rPO LEASE THE BEST UNOCCUPIED
JL business corner in the city, the n;xt 1 1
I will lease for a long term of years a con. er
tot, fronting 26 feet (or 32 feet running to the
American Honse) on the river by 107 feet fronting
on Sycamore street.
Also, two lots fronting 21 feet 6 inches on Syca
more street by 50 feet in depth. One of said Iota
corners on th - alley, back of Bement and Viele's
Store For terms applv to
iiot17 MBS. O. E. LEWIS.
& LEASE FOB A TEKM OF TWENTY
Years, an unimproved lot, between Fourth
Street and the Canal, fronting 2d feet on Main
Street and extending back 150 feet to the alley, 50
feet south of the Canal, being part of Lot No. 230,
Donation Enlargement of tne city of Evansville.
For terms apply to
nov2tf MRS. O. E. LEWIS.
FIRST STREET LOT FOR SALE. 37 feet
front by 150 feet deep, on First Street, op
posite Mozart Hall, will tie sold at a bargain.
Apply to THOS. E. GABVIN, Third St.
House and Lot for Sale.
ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE RESI
DENCES in the city for sale ; in complete
order, containing ten Rooms with Chandaliers and
Bracket ta for Gas, two brick Cisterns, Stable,
Wood, Coal and Out-Houses, a good dry brick
Cellar 18 teet square, well lighted.
The Honse is wood heavy oak frame stands
back 40 feet from the street, leaving a beautjful
front yard. Corner Lot 75 by 300 feet, enclosed
with a good substantial fence. Corner of Oak and
Water streets, above the residence of Robert
Barnes. Esq. Enquire of
octlO-tf CUABLFS BABCOCK,
No. 8 Main Street.
TOR SALE LOTS
16 AND 1C, BLOCK 51.
F in the Eastern
Enlargement of the citv of
Evautville, at a bargain. Enquire of
nov3tf ASA IGLEHEABT.
T?0R SALE A TWO STOKY BRICK
J? LINO, containing nine rooms, a good eel
and cistern, and out-buildings, together
with the lot on which it is situated. Said lot is
situated on Second Street, the next square above
Mr. B. Raleigh's dwelling. Said lot fronts 62
feet on Second street, and runs back 150 feet to an
alley. The lot is high and well improved. For
terms apply to O. E. LEWIS.
rpHIS FARM IS LOCATED ONE MILE
1 from Golcoada, Pope County, Illinois! is in
a high state of cultivation, with one of the finest
views of the Ohio river of any on its banks. It
contains about one hundred and forty acres ;
good dwelling and ont-honses ; a fine Peach and
Apple Orchard, all Grafted choice fruit of about
1,000 Trees, and Nurserv of7,000 or 8,000 Trees, all
fine Crafted Fruit. Will be sold at a great bar
gain or exchanged for city property.
For full particulars enquire of W. E. Stockton,
on the premises, or Zach. Taylor of this city.
LOST A MEDIUM SIZED NEW FOUND
LAND DOO-black; nose, tip of tail and
feet white; answers to the Dame of " Count ;" had
on, when lost, a leather colar with chain attached.
Any one returning him to the subscriber will be
rewarded. J W NEWS F.N,
novl7-3t Marble Hall. 9 Main Street.
FOUND A FUR CAPE OR COLLAR,
which the owner can have by calling at this
office and describing property.
Xr ANTED TO LEASE
T f taining five or six rooms.
WANTED A few hundred dollars of "Rick
V V e
et a Checks
wanted to fill an or.ier, at the
Saving's Bank, No
4. First street. oct30
J. S. SILVER. THORN,.
An Important Movement. The Mis
sionary Society of the Methodist Episco
pal Church, has just appropriated the
considerable sum of thirty-five thousand
dollars for an object which is of import
ance not merely to Methodism , but to
the country at large. It is proposed to
send preachers to those parts of the
Southern States now redeemed of rebel
rule, to recall the people to the church
and to the Union. The bishops are to
make at once a visitation in each of the
States ; and they will select and appoint
fit men to send amongst the Southern
people, who have been abandoned by
their ministers, who were in rebellion.
The Indianapolis Journal esti
mates the number of men who have vol
unteered during the past month at three
thousand, divided among the several
districts as follows: 1st, 150; 2d, 150;
3d, 300; 4th, 250; 5th, 400; 6th, 350;
7th, 350; 8th, 150; 9th, 400; 10th, 300;
11th, 200. We are not competent to
speak for other districts, but for the 1st
District the Journals estimates are too
small. More than 150 have been re
cruited within the past month in the
counties of Posey and Vanderburgh
alone. We feel safe in saying that over
two hundred men have volunteered in
three counties. In most of the counties
in this District great activity has been
displayed, and we think that at the least
calculation one-quarter of the men call
ed for have already been enrolled. But
we ought not to stop short of raising our
full quota. Therefore, let us work on
until that glorious consummation is
We have now in the United
States at least two hundred and thirty
five general hospitals for the use of sol
diers, containing about eighty thousand
.patients. To show on what a large
i , ... .
scaie our Datties nave been fought, as we
do everything else, it seems that during
four months of 1S62 there were treated
at our hospitals twenty thousand nine
hundred add thirty cases of gunshot
wounds. The wounded of the British
army in the Crimean war was only a
little over twelve thousand, and their
entire hospital accommodations in three
years would not have sufficed for the
wounded at either of the battles of Shi-
1 .Vl inllAlan, u. S . . 1
the Jasper Courier cnmnlains .
that volunteering is not very brisk in Du
bois county. It recommends that the
County Commissioners appropriate a
bounty of $50 to every man who volun
teers under the last call. A
tion, we think.
' Rush county has exceeded all
others in the liberality of her bounty.
Her Board of Commissioners at a late
session passed an order to pay a bounty
of $200 to every volunteer credited to
the county under the last calL That is
something like it We feel quite sure
there will be no draft in Rush.
Absconded. Charles E. Haack, a
German tanner, who has been carrying
en business in this place for the past
two years, absconded about ten days ago.
He took with him bis entire stock of
bides and leather, together with a large
lot of leather, Szc, which belonged to his
customers. He also left a goodly num
ber of creditors behind, whom he forgot
to pay his respects to before his depart
ure. Washington Gazette, 12th.
19 Gentlemen arriving at Washing
ton from Kentucky report that eighteen
hundred thousand slaves have been run
into Georgia and Alabama alone, from
Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi,
by Rebel owners, to escape tbe Union
There is to be a great Sanitary Fair
heid at Cincinnati t'.uriner the holidays.
nri . ? . . ... i
want win our people do during that time
tor our sick soldiers or tneir larauiesr
A Mrs Ellen Wood of 422 John street,
Cincinnati, was burnt to death on Thurs
day night last, by her clothes taking fire
while she was intoxicated. While the
neighbors were endeavoring to rescue
the woman, one of her children entered
the house with a bottle of whisky for
which the mother had sent it
An ovster supper for the benefit of
soldiers' families in the 11th Ward, Cin
cinnati, the other night, resulted in ob
taining the handsome sum of thirteen
hundred dollars. Good.
The report of the resignation of Gen.
Burnside, and the appointment of Gen.
Foster as his successor, is confirmed, and
Gen. Foster is on his way to East Ten
nessee. It is reported that McDowell is to be
assigned to a command, probably with
Baltimore for headquarters.
President Lincoln is busily engaged
on his forthcoming message, and can see
but few visiters. Travelers, take no
tice. Senator Conness, of California, has
presented President Lincoln with a hick
ory cane which once belonged to Brcde
rick. The President will highly prize
Surgeon General Hammond will visit
the hospital of Grant's department dur
ing the next fortnight. He'll find them
unsurpased in cleanliness, comfort and
The returns of the Ohio soldiers is
changing the character of the elections
in many counties of that State. In the
Knox and Wayne Senatorial District" J.
C. Devin is elected, although there wa.s a
majority of 800 against him on the home
vote; and in the Ashland and Richland
District Col. Isaac Gass beats Kinney,
who had 604 majority on the home vote.
A good many of the soldiers' votes were
indorsed " draft"
Gen. Rosecrans has met with a severe
loss in the death of a lovely little child.
The funeral took place from the cathe
dral in Cincinnati on Saturday.
The Gazette, a secession sheet, has
been revived at Nashville. It promises
to be neutral, but how can it keep from
showing its proclivities with the original
editors and proprietors?
Guerrillas are yet annoying the citi
zens of Kentucey to an alarming extent
Tenjrere captured near Paducah the
other day. A cotage train of 21 wagons,
which had been captured near Cumber
land Gap on Thursday, was recaptured
the same day, and seventeen of the re
bels killed and wounded.
The Cincinnati Commercial has a dis
patch from Cairo telling about two men
who, on Tuesday night last, disguised as
soldiers, went to the residences of two
citizens of William county, Illinois, and
demanded that they should go with them
to arrest deserters. The citizeni demur
red ; but the men threatened, represent
ing themselves to be part of the Provost
guard. Finally the citizens complied;
and, it is said, when they had proceeded
some distance in the woods, the appar
ent soldiers deliberately shot the farmers
dead, and left them on the ground.
The distilleries of the country are all
doing a large business, notwithstanding
the high price of grain. It would be a
good thing to have the Kentucky order,
putting a stop to wasting corn by making
whisky, extended all over the isortb.
Circular to tne People of this Dio
cese by lit. Rev. Bishop Upfold.
Dear Brethren: The President of
the United States, having appointed
Thursday, the 26th of November, to be
observed as a day of Thanksgiving and
Prayer to Almighty God, throughout the
United States,' for all the blessings of
His merciful Providence, during the past
year, I hereby recommend the observ
ance of that day for that important duty,
by the clergy and congregations of this
In accordance with the Canon, I ap
point, at the celebration of Morning
Prayer, in addition to the service provid
ed in the Book of Common Prayer, the
annexed Prayer of Thanksgiving, to be
used, with the Thanksgiving Prayer in
that service, after the General Thanks
giving; together with the two Collects
heretofore set . forth in relation to our
I also earnestly recommend that a col
lection be made on this occasion for the
relief of the destitute families of our
gallant soldiers in the field; and the con
tributions be paid over to the Sanitary
Committees in the several cities and
counties in the State.
Bishop of Indiana.
PRATER OF THANKSGIVING.
O God, who art the blessed and only
potentate, the King of Kings and Lord
of Lords; the Almighty Ruler of nations ;
we adore and magnify Thy glorious name
for all the great things which Thou hast
done for us. We render Thee thanks for
the goodly heritage which Thou hast
given ub; for the civil and religious priv
ileges which we enjoy; and for the mul
tiplied manifestations of thy favor tow
ard us. We bless Thee for the success
hitherto vouchsafed to our efforts in the
suppression of the present rebellion and
in defense of our country; the whole
glory whereof we ascribe to Thee, who
art the only giver of victory. Grant
that we may show forth our thankfulness
fnr these i hv mprt-ies. bv living' in rev
eSj. by liviner
erence 01 iny aimionty TJOwr ami
minion, in humble reliance on Thy good
ness and mercy, and in holy obedience"
to Thy righteous law. Restore we be
seech Thee to our country the blessings
of a'speedy, honorable and permanent
peace, and secure those blessings to all
the people of the earth. May the king
dom of the Prince of Peace come; and,
reigning in the hearts and lives of men,
unite them in holy fellowship; so that
their only strife may be, who shall show
forth, with most humble and holy fervor,
the praises of Him who hath loved them,
and made them kings and priests unto
uod. We implore Ihy blessing
in legislative, judicial and executive au
thority, that they mav have 2race. wisdom
nnrl nnrlfratAnrlino- bo to rliar-hnrcrn thAi'r
ana understanding, SO tO dlSCnarge tbeir
duties as most effectually to promote Thy
glory, the interests of true religion and
virtue, and the peace, good order and
welfare of this State and nation. Con
tinue, O Lord, to prosper our institutions
for the promotion of sound learning, the
diffusion of virtuous education, and the
advancement of Christian truth and of
the purity and prosperity of Thy church; I
change, we beseech Thee, every evil 1
heart of unbelief; and shed the quicken-:
ing influence of Thy Holy 8pirit on all
tha people of this land. Save ns from I
(TIT 1 It nf nVntciurr ti rt Uln.ntn f '
perity to luxurv and
;ni;;n j , . m'
irrellgion and vice, lest we provoke Thee,
in just judgment, to risit our offences
with a rod, and our sins- with scourges.
And while ihy unmerited goodness
to us, O God of our salatun, lead us to .
repentance, may we offer ourselves, our j
souls and bodies, a living sacrifice to ;
Thef, who hast preserved and redeemed '
us. through Jesus Christ our Lord, on
wl. merits and mediation alone we
hui lvfor the forgiveness of our
situ 1 acceptance of our services,
and who i-tfib and reigneth with the
Alter tne Collect tor the rt;tv, in
Communion Service, the
O Almighty God, who hast never failec
those who put tbeir trust in Thee, and
dost honor the people who honor Thse;
j imprint on our hearts, we beseech Thee,
: a deep and Jhabitual sense of this great
j truth, that the only security for the con
I tinuance of the Messings which we en
j joy, consists in our acknowledgment of
! thy sovereign and gracious Providence,
and in humble and holv submission to
the Gospel of Thy Son Jesus Christ; to
whom all power is given in heaven and
in earth, and who is one with the Father
and Holy Ghost, in the Eternal Godhead,
our Mediator and Redeemer. Amen.
At a meeting of the officers of the 17th
Regiment Kentucky volunteers, on the
7th day of November, 1863, in camp at
Chattanooga, Tenu., Col. A. W. Stout
was called to the chair, and Lieut. Sam
uel K. Cox was appointed Secretary.
The object of the meeting being ex
plained by the President, Maj. D. M.
Claggett, Capts. R. L. Beckham and T. R.
Brown, and Lieut S. K. Cox, were ap
pointed to draft resolutions; and after re
tiring a sLurt time, reported the follow,
ing, which vre unanimously adopted:
Whereas, Lii the Providence of God the
following officers have been removed
by the unerring hand of death from our
midst, Capt John V. Boyd, Co. G, who
died of fever at Murfreesboro, Tenn. ;
June 20th. 1863; First Lieutenant
John D. Willman, Co. A, killed in the
batt's of Chicamauga, Sept 19th, 1863;
and Capt. James W. Anthony, Co. F,
who died at Nashville, Tennessee, Oct
10th, 1863, of wounds received in the
battle of Chicamauga. Sept 19th, 1863,
Resolved That in the death of Capts.
Boyd and Anthony, and Lieut. Millman,
the regiment and army have lost gallant
officers, the country good men, and no
ble patriots, and we have lost friends and
associates, whose generous nature and
noble bearing, rendered them dear to all
who knew them.
Resolved, Tnat we most deeply sympa
thise with the bereaved relatives of the
deceased, and that a copy of these pro
ceedings be sent to their respective fam
ilies. Also, that a copy be sent to the
Louisville Journal, Henderson News,
and Evansville Journal for publication.
A. M- Stout, Chm'n
Sam. K. Cox, Sect'ry.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
BY THE E. W. LINE.
exclusively for the Journal.
Sherman formed a Junction with
Grant HIa entire Corps on Grant'
Louisville, Nov. 17. A telegram,
dated yesterday, from headquarters army
of the Tennessee, states that Major Gen.
Sherman was in General Thomas' head
quarters, having made a junction with
his entire corps, with Grant's right.
Gen. Meade, returns to the Front
5o Winter Quarters at Present
An Excellent Idea to be presented
Washington, Nov. 16. Meade, Kil
patrick and Griffin went to the front to
day. It is evident the army is going into
winter quarters at present.
A bill will be introduced early next
session of Congress to have the bounty
to soldiers paid in monthly installments,
in addition to their monthly pay. This
will make their pay $30 instead of $13.
Fighting Joe reported again at work.
New York, Nov. 16. A Chattanooga
letter of the 13th to the Herald says it
is rumored that Hooker has just been
engaged with the enemy.
Vessel Foundered on Lake Michi
ganThe Whole of her Crew sup
posed to he Last.
Detroit, November 17. The steamer
Water Witch is reported foundered in
the recent gale in Saginaw Bay. All on
board are supposed to have been lost.
River and Weather.
Cincinnati, Nov. 16. River fallen
2 inches. Weather cloudy. Thermome
ter 50. Barometer 2T W.
Pittsburg, Nov. 17. River 8 feet by
the pier mark and rising from both riv
ers. Weather cloudy and damp.
Post Office Winter Arrangement.
According to thb winter time
Table on the K. & C. R. R., which goes into
operation to-diiy, (Nov. 16th), the Mail Train
leaves at 9 :25 A. and arrives at 640 p. .
The Post Office will be opened at 7 a. m. and
closed at 6 P. K., and will be re-opened at 8 p. m.
and closed for the day at 9 p.m. The deliveries will
be closed during the making up of the Railroad
Mail in the Uiorning. The office will be open
from 2 to 3 p. M on Sunday, as heretofore.
The Railroad mail will be closed at 8 a. m.,
after which time no letters can be received for that
mail. Registered letters for the morning mails
must be in the evening previous.
Remember, that letters for the Mt. Vernon and
Rockport Land Mails must be In by 6' C a. m. to
go the same day. The Mt. Vernon mail leaves
every day, except Sunday, at 7 o'clock a. m.,
and arrives about 1 p. a. The Rockport Land
Mai! leaves every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
mornings at 7 o'clock a. m., and arrives Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday evenings, about 7
There is a mail to New Harmony every day ex-
m. On other days mentioned, the mail goes rm
The direct mail toCyothiana goes every Thurs
day at 5 a. m., returning the same day about 8 p.
m. Cynthiana letters go via Princeton, and not
in the direct mail.
The direct mail to Petersburgh arrives every
Friday morning and leaves at 10 a. m. the sa e
day. Fetersbnrgh letters go via Princeton and
Tne Hickory Branch mail arrives at 9 a m.
every Saturday, and leaves at 10 a. m. the same
Letters for the Green River country go via
Oweusboro and Henderson, there being no direct
The schedule time tor the Louisville river mail is
for Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturdsv
at 2 p. m. to arrive, and Monday, Wednesday,
Tharsday and Saturday at 6 p m. to depart. By
special permission the Monday boat leaves at
! ery tha mail to Henderson
noon. ineae ooats are not nndcr contract to
Tue ch?ale "ute for the Cairo river mall is for
Mond, Wednesday, Thursdavand Saturdav. at
midnight to arrive, and Monday, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Satutday at 2 p. m. to depart. Special
permission has been given to leave on Wednesday
instead of Tuesday, and to leave at noan instead of
.1 p. m. in times of obstruction to navigation. All
matter for Cairo and Louisville is sent by railroad
Post Office time, the clock, at tbs E. C. R. R.
JAMES H. HcNEELY, P. M.
Evansville, Ind., Nov. 16, 1863,-lwdaw
Notice to House Painters.
OFFICE ACT. ASST. Q. M ASTER,
Stabs villi, Ind., Nov. 16, '63. J
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED at this
office until 12 . of the 19th inst., for Paint-
i - umce uum 1- a. oi u lam insi., ior
I ing the V. S. General Hospital at this Post,
Specifications can be seen by calling on t
S. A A. A. Q. M.
Notice of Application for
, , , License.
VTOTICK IS HERXBT GIVEN THAT I WILL
- v pl T to the Board of County Commissioners
of anderburgh County, at their next term, com
mencing on the first Monday in December, 163,
Ir IP SBBBL to nil JotofclorfUs liquors in a leas
quantity than a quart, for the UriR of one year.
, My place of doing btpdness is on
Vj-iT"' M." va'n'i
IIP! Dustness ib on Main streof
notlS-lW WK. J. VAN BLASICCM.
Father and the Ioly Ghost, ever
God, world without end. Amen,
STRANGE STORIES OF A DETECTIVE; Or,
urls "ies f Crime.
REJECTED WIFE. By Mrs. Stephens.
THE AGE O FABLE. By Bulnnch.
THRBE YEARS IN JAPAN. By Alcock.
VOLUNTEER'S ROLL OF HONOR, 25c.
PErE, THE SCOUT. i bJLJ
MARTIN POLE. By the author of Abel Drake's
1LVER STAR. By MayCarleton.
LOST BANK NOTE AND MABTYN WARE'S
SHADOW OF ASHLYDYAT.
ELEANOR'S VICTORY. By the author of An-
rora Floyd, 25e.
SYBIL CAMPBELL. By May Carleton.
ALL DICKENS' WORKS (In Pamphlet fo.m )
TESTAMENTS WITH NOTES AND PSALMS.
FLOWER OF SPRINGTIME A pretty Present
GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK FOR DECEMBER.
ARTHUR'S HOME MAGAZINE, Do.
NEW SUPPLY OF PHOTOGRAPH BIBLES.
NEW SUPPLY OF PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS.
i NEW SUPPLY OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS.
For sale at DOBELL'S.
CIT : ADVERTISE 1ENTS.
OBPER TOR A PLANK SIDE WAPK.
Nor. 7 18C3. And now it is hereby ordered and
directed by the common council of the city of Ev.
ansuille that the owners of all lots or parts of lots
fronting on or adjoinine the north side of
Canal street, from Second SO Third Avenue, in said
city, cause the side walks thereon to be brought
to the proper grade, and that they cause a side
walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon with
in thirty days from the publication of this order
A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 12, 1803.
ORDER FOR A PLANK SIDE WALK.
Nov. 7, 18t3. And now it is hereby ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the City
of Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts
of lots, fruntin on or adjoining north side ofSixth
street, from Second to Third Avenue, in said
city, cause the side walks thereon to be brought
to the proper grade, and that they cause a shle
walk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid
down thereon within thirty days from the publi
cation of this order.
A. PFAFFLIN, Cierk.
Clerk's Office, Nov 12, 18iW.
ORDER FOB A PLANK SIDE WALK.
Nov. 7, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered
and directed by the Common Couucil of the City
of Evansville, that the owners of all lot or parts
of lota, fronting on or adjoining the south aide
Sixth street, from Second to Third Avenue,
in said City, cause the said side walks thereon to be
brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a
side walk ef Class No. 2, to be laid dowu thereon
within thirty davs from the publication of this
order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office. Nov. 12, 1803.
- CORPORATION NOTICE.
ORDER FOR A PLANK SIDE WALK.
Nov 7, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the City of
Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of
lots, fronting on or adjoining the north-east side of
Third stret, between Mulberry aud Gum streets,
in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to
be brought to the proper grade, and that they
cause a side walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down
thereon within thirty days from the publication
of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 12, 1863.
Of Hew York.
Office 112 and 114 Broadway
With a Cash Capital .ill paid In of
ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
ASSETS JULY 1st, 186
.51, f U.0QO
The Home Insurance Company insures against
Loss or Damage by Fire on Dwellings aud their
:outents, for a term of from 1 to 5 years on tbe
most tavomble terms. 8ters, Warehouses, Stocks
of Merchandize, Produce, Manulartorios, Machine
A3 1 all Insurable property, at lair and equitable
rates, aud on
And Transportation, Shipments upon tbe Rivers,
L.ii. -. Canals and Railroads, as low as the nature
of the risks will bear, with tairnoes to the assured
and the Company.
Adjusting all losses fairly, and pr mplly paying
them. CHAS. J. MARTIN, Pres't.
A. F. WILMARTH, Vice Pres't.
J. MitTos Smith, Secretary. ,
John MoGee, Ass't Sec'y.
Applications made to and policies issued by
A. C. HALLSCK A SON, Ag'ta,
First Street, near Post Office.
UNDERWRITER AND GENERAL INSURANCE
AtMUSTKA Or AVERAGES AND SOTABT PUBLIC.
II.' continn3 t" issno Policies from several First
i "las iiinl mint reliable
INSI'KANCi: ( 031PANIES
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-ilso receive applieations fof
ne will attend to the A'ljustmeut of Losses o:
every description under policies from other sgen
cies, and attend to the settlement of all matters
connected with INSURANCE, for parties interest
e l. His long experience as an Insueance Aqkxt.
has made him familiar with all subjects connected
BEtr Office, on First Street, near the Post
Fire Insurance Company,
2. C. WAITE, Sec'y. C. B. BOWERS, Pres't.
S. A. PRICE, General Agent,
Residing at Chicago, Ills.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS J327.540.
This Company insures against loss and damage
by Are on Dwellings and their Contents, Stores,
Warehouses, Stocks of Merchandize, and all insur
able property at as reasonable rates of premium as
any other solvent and reliable Company, Adjutting
Losses airly and paying them promptly.
Applications made to and Policies issued by
A. C. HALLECK & SON.,
First Street, near Post Office,
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With a Successful Business Experience o
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Dwellings, Furniture. Stores. Wnmlmn... m.
rhandlze, MillB, Blauufactorles, and other kinds ol
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favorable terms as the nature of the risks and secu
rity to Policy will admit.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION given to insuring
Farm property, consisting of Dwellings, Barns,
and outbuildings connected, and Furniture, Live
Stock, Hay, Grain, Farming Utensils, Ac, 4c,
contained therein, for a term of years at LOW rates
T. C. Allyn, Sec'y. H. Huntington, Pres't.
C. C. Lyman, Ass't Sec'y. W. N. Bowers, Actuary.
D. Alexander, General Agent for the Western
and South Western States, Columbns, Ohio.
J. Graham, Ass't General Agent for the Western
and South Western States, Coln:bus, Ohio.
Applications for Insurance may be made to the
undersigned, the duly authorized Agents of the
Company. A. C. HALLECK SON, Ag'ts.
Office on First street, near Post Office
THE FIRM OF J. H. MAGHEE 4 CO. WAS
dissolved on the 2th of September last by
tbe death of John H. Maghee. The business will
be settled np by the surviving partner.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE
the wholesale Dry Goods business under the
style of G. Magbee A Co., at the old stand on First
street. GILLISON MAGHEE,
NICHOLAS M. GOODLETT.
November 2, 13x13.
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
'HE HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOB
And all kinds of Country Produce by
Office At L. Loewenthsl & Co.'a Store, corner
of Main and First. Streets. noy5-3m
Jobbers and Importers.
Hardware and Cutlery
Our Pall Stock being very
large and complete, we can
offer to our Customers and
the Trade, Goods that can
not fail to please in Style,
Quality and Price. Our
Stock is now bought for
Cash, and prices reduced.
We offor the following in
TABLE CVTLEllY, 1 .1 -.h.
TABLE CUTLERY, A Jean.
TABLE CUTLERY, English.
TABLE CUTLERY, Ameiioan.
POCKET CUTLER Y
UFAR8 AND SCISSORS
ut: iUS AND SCISSORS
t j IKS AND SCISSORS
.SHEARS A SB SCISSORS
TABLE AND TEA 8.VS,
TABLE AND TEA WHU) vv.
TABLE AND TEA SI-
TABLE AND TEA SPo..,.
MILL AND CUT SAWS
MILL AMD H CUT SA WS
WOOD AND HAND SAWS.
WOOD AND HAND SAW8
GUN8 AND PISTOLS.
CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS.
OUNS ATI PISTOLS.
CARTh' I l'i K AND GUN CAPS
PLATFORM AND rn. xrr.ll SCALES.
PLATFORM AND CUH'XTtM SCALES.
SCALE BEAMS AS li .-TKi:i. YARDS.
SCALE BEAMS ASf i r. LYARDS.
GEO. 8. OV.VTiC sk. CO.,
Ifa. 10 Main Street.
MRS. ERNENBl I - :(
Germany, celebra: '
clan for all kinds of di ,
to every sick person, la!
the cause and treatmer. -t "
out troubling them atlh .
aforesaid information 'wi .
ining tbe pulse. T. r bj .
A LADY FROM
m r skill as a phvsi-
; prepared to give,
1 iOa on the origin,
complaints, with -Btay
- iade only by exam--y
moderate, vis : 26
ice, In Lamasco, near
"oirsultation from 9 to
. 5 o'clock p. m.
Tlio Doctress is at h i
Chris Miller's! Houi - t
12 o'clock a. in. and froi,.
Mauutn t : t of
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Of the most Approved Pattern.
All kinds of Machinery appertain
ing to Railroads, Steamboats,
Distilleries, Flouring Mills.
or all sizes with the latest Improve
ments attached : Tobacco Screws,
&c, &c, &c.
House Proms Grates, Rail
ing, Iron and Brass Castings
of every description.
Steam Gauges, Gum Belting, Fire
Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting
Cloth, &c, at
Repairing done at short notice.
Workman sent to all parts to at up
work and repair Boilers Machinery
"All orders will receive oar iBdlTidnal atten
tion and will be promptly filled on tbe most
Office and Foundry on the Canal,
corner of Ingle 3treet. "'
.... . '' , ' J 1 """""j;
'TMIK PARENTS OF JUL1U8 KROEP.-CH
1 desire to return tbeir thanks to tbe Brut le i -of
the Odd fellow Lodges, members of the SI aen -erchor,
and many other friends who attend- 1 ihe
funeral of the deceased on Sunday afternoon last.
novl7-lt C. WOLfy.
"BOOTS & SHOES.
A N fi
Have now in store the larg
est stock of Goods of any
House in the United States,
and of the best makes to be
found. Their stock was pur
chased before the recent ad
vance, at 10 per cent less
than they can now be bought,
and we will sell them for
less than any House in the
West will sell the same
character of goods. We sell
BOOTS & SHOES,
not " scabs." Call and ex
amine our goods.
MORGAN, READ & CO.
P. S. No char for B
Hats & Caps
Of tbe most fashionable styles of
HATS and CAPS
Now in store, that were pur
chased 10 to 30 per cent, less
than they can now be pur
chased of the manufacturers.
We are determined to make
Evansville a jobbing point,
and to aid in doing so will
sell goods for less than any
House up the river,
it and so it shall
trouble to show
" Quick sales and small
profits " is our motto.
MORGAN, READ & CO.
MORGAN, READ & CO.,
Have in store a splendid as
sortment of Ladies' and
Misses' Trimmed Hats of the
and most approved
styles, viz :
Ladies' and Mistes' Felt Trimmed
Ladies' and Misses' Kelt Trimmed
Ladies' and Misses' Felt Trimmed
Ladies' and Misses' Leghorn Trimmed
Ladies' and Misses' Leghorn Trimmed
Ladies' and Misses' Leghorn Trimmed
Besides numerous other
names and styles. Also,
Children's Fancy Trimmed
Hats, all of which we will
sell very cheap indeed. Call
and examine our stock.
MORGAN, READ & CO.
Three IVig-lits Only!
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAT AND THURSDAY,
November 17th, 18th and 19th, at
Admission 25 Cents.
WANTED FIVE MORE RECRUITS FOR
a Cavalry Company now in camp at the
Fair Grounds. All recruits that hare horses that
will stand inspection will be taken at $130 if re
ported at eamp recruitiug office at the Fair
Grounds. All rderuits that have enlisted will re
port at camp immediately.
nOTjT-?w THOMAS Q. WILLIAMSON.
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
7mE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE JCST RECEIVED
and offer for sale a beautiful assortment oi
LADIES' CLOAKS of various qualities and pri
ces and respectfully invite the attention of tbe
Ladies to an examination of the same before par
chasing else where.
UOT16 J.T. A S. A. COOLIDGE.
JT. A 8. A. COOLIDGE HAVE ON HAND
. an extensiTe stock of DBESS GOODS, and in
rite tbeir customers and the public to call and ex
amine their assortment, as they will be offered for I
sale at the lowest market prices.
JC8T RECEIVED AND OFFER FOR SALE
a large assortment of FLANNELS white,
scarlet and grey.
Striped and check flannels for shirting purposes
of all qualities. J. T. A 8. A. COOLIDGE.
PURS! PURS!! FURS!!!
XXfE ABE NOW BEGEIVING A VERT
V V large and well assorted stock of Ladies' and
Misses's fancy Furs, comprising in part the fol
lowing: Sable, Mink, Russian Fitch, Stone Mar
tin Fisher, Lyns, German Fitch, Siberian Squir
rel, Ermine, Genet. Swans Down, and fur trim
mings of every descriptions, Gentlemen's fur
Collars and Glorea, Children's Purs, Muffs, Cuffs,
either separate or in sets. Having selected the
goods ourselves, customers can rely on getting the
very best grade of goods and at prices as low as
HATS AND CAPS.
Our stock of Hats and Caps for Men and Boy's, is
now complete, having just bean replenished with
the Tery latest Winter styles, gotten np with care
under our own supervision.
Latest New York styles.
Fancy and plain, a very lags assortment. All
Of which we are receiving a splendid assortment.
VAUTIEB A MABCONNIKR,
No. 39 Main Street.
AT THE LATE RESIDENCE OF W. G.
HUGHES, deceased, we, his administrators,
will, on the 28th day of November, 1863, (Satur
day), sell to the highest bidder, who will giTe
bond with approTed security, all the machinery
and apparatus of the Saw and Grist Mill of tbe
said Hughes, together with all the lumber in the
mill yard. The lumber will be sold on a credit
until the lxt nf K,hh . . t -,, '
- - -wi us., .uu me mm, ma
chinery and fiitnros will be sold on a credit by
. :L , , ' P".vaoie on me 1st ot aiarcn.
and the 1st of September, 1864. There ia a large
amount oflumh.rn. k. n.i , .,. ... - . .... i.a.
u.iiu, niiu i 1 If lii 1 1 1 in L hi- - t
in the county.
All those indebted to the estate are for the last
time invite.! to come forward and settle.
JONA R. HTGHKS.
DANIEL H. HUGHES
NoTamber 3, 1864.
H. GOSSINK OFFERS HIS SERVICES TO
j Instrumental and Vocal Music.
me citizens 01 cvausviue as Instructor in
He tofcehes the rnrroef m.tl.-i,l it . .v.
. . .u LlftlUillU til'
vine,. . .. .- i. - . .
i uv. ftii. lUBbrucwou OU lue
'Piano, Guitar, Violin and Flute,
j at the residence of the pupil or at a general place
j of meeting, as may be desired.
! Orders left at Warren A Conyngton's Store, will
, be promptly attended to. octKn
No. 20 Main Street,
IS THE PLACE TO FIND FANCY GOODS
JL Oomb. Brus. ee Pocket Wallet! WftS'
Tab ets, Sc.'-ors. Knives, W.tcl, keyT GuTrd
D"' Iieepdle'. Pln'' Tap. Measu"s,
Bead., Belt Clasps, Goggles, Spectacles Thar,
mo me tors, trench Harps, Pop Guns, Ivory Rat
tles, Marbles. Chessineu, Dolls, Corset Clasps
Steel Pens, Peuciles, Games, Buhner Balls, Toilet
Soap, Jewelry, Violin Strings, Work Boxes
Writiiit IKsk., Feather Dusters, Bird Cages!
Children' Carriage, Ladies' Fancy Work and
Trawling Baskets, c, Ac, at wholesale and re-uil-
L KITTEN BERG,
Slanaiactarrr of tbe newly invented
Army Field Glasses,
Superior to ail others now in use.
Marine Spy Glasses,
And all . of
'au be bad only of
T BITTKNBfBO H AS NOW ON HANDS
I . splendid assortment of Optical Instruments,
which h will dispoa of at r real It reduced
prii-es ; his poos belnj all of tbe Tery latest Im
prove ircnts in raannlactnre, consisting of a Tery
larie variety of Spectacles from tbe most common
to the very t, rii: The finest quality of Gold
Spectarles. thfse Olasses being constructed ob the
mo-st acenrate adaptation or the Convex Concavo
Perisc p.c principle. Also, SIlTer of three dif
ferent trades of Olasses. No. I being on the same
principle a- the GuM aiCTtacles. No 2 it a Peri
focal Lcnse ; No. S being a fine Achromatic Lense
mirror nhane. '
In addition to the nboTe I feasai a line assort
ment of Steel, nf tbe Tery best quality of Lenses
the frames being grooved Into the Glasses. The
frames an en fine as to be sea reel v visible No 2
of steel is Perifocal No. 3 the globules of a
smoked lne, adapted far weak sight where
strong light, snow or wfhd aflects the vision
These Spectacles are a perfect preventative by as.'
la? them constantly, causing tbe eye to gain its
healthy power and retain it to old age.
Having had very cone iderable experience also ia
cat.-ra. t ey-e. in adapting glasses to such vision
would impress un the minds of all persona need'
ingglasoes of any description, to apply for such
only to a regular Optician, making that his sole
study ai,d business for years, he alone being able
to know from the peculiar anatomy of the eye the
nature uf tlicdef.-ct. whether arising from weak
nessof a ght, flattening of the pupil, or other
misfortune occurring lo the vision. The eye be
ing the most delicate organ, and of the most Tital
importance to the hsppiness and prosperity of
man, auould never be tampered with, either by
the individual or by those who, lor mere profit
take npon themselves the selling of Optical In
strnn,nts, and who know nothing of tbe anatomy
of theye, or how to discoTer tbe proper glasses to
suit the peculiarity of the different lights of those
needing spectacles. Thousands hare lost their
Tision entirely from not applying to those only
qualified to know the different defects in each in
dividual's sight and bow to remedy it by wearing
the prnper kind of spectacles. I. Blttenberg
having had over twenty-five years experience as a
regular practical optician, can assure those giving
him their patronage that by applying to him they
can get the Tery right kind of rlimi adapted to
their cane, and In almost every on secure good
eye stent to old age. r sighted persons can
also obtain of bim the latest improvement in
sjiectacles suited to them, being a new invention.
1 bare sbto tbe most recently new Field Glasses,
with Astromical eye pieces, being Tery suporior
to the old opera glass arrangement. All kinds ot
Optical Instruments repaired at the shortest no
tics, and those baring purchased spectacles of me,
aud having had the misfortune to break one of the
lenses, can have it replaced gratuitously by apply
67 Main Street,
Bet. Second and Third Sis.,
WM. H. P. STODDARD,
Xo. 17 Main Street,
ryO ABTISTS Ambrotype and Photograph
J- stock of every description, including Came
ras, Chemicals, Cases and Frames ; a large variety
constantly on hand and for sale at reasonable
" M. H. P. STODDABD'S, 17 Main street.
SODA ASH AND
for making Soap,
A superior article just re
17 MAIN STREET.
HOSTETTEB'S PLANTATION BITTERS and
German Bitters, together with a great variety
of Patent Medicines, at 17 MAIN STRUT,
FTBE "AND UNADULtBBATTOCBEAM
Tarter for family use ; also Soda and Spices
Ptre. 17 MAIN STREET.
-10COINE, AMBBOSIA, KATHABI0N, TBI
CAPHEROl'S, Zylabalaamum, sad all the
best preparations for tbe Hair at
. WM. H. P. STODDABD'S.
COAL OIL AND BCBNING FLFID BY THE
gallon or barrel at
17 MAIN STREET.
PBINTF.R9 INK, BLACK AND COLORED,
in small cans Wade's manufacture for sale
at STODDABD'S. 17 Main Street.
LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYB7"GL0BESAND
Shades ; a large and varied assortment at
17 MAIN STBEET.
IZZARD OIL THE OLD ORIGINAL
kind ; a sapply just received at
STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street.
a. r. csbk. r. t. nonui:
TV. F. CARR,
Rectifiers and Wholesale Dealers in every des
Foreign and Domestic Wines and
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, &c.,
BEG LEAVE TO CALL THE ATTINTION
of the trad of the City of ETansTllle, Sooth
I era Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky to out exten
i sire stock. It being large and complete, we can
' offer to our customers and the trade, goods that
; cannot tail to please both in quality and price
uur ior casn, before
the recent advance, will enable us to compete with
any house in the West in prices, 4c.
We are determined that no necessitv shall exist
for dealers to go either to Cincinnati, Louisville
or St. Louis, to bay their Lienors.
We ak of you a fair trial. We are certain we
can give satisfaction when you visit our citT W
would be pleased to se . you at
No. 28, FIRST STREET,
1 tSSntSSr3 Qeen
Store, and show you our stock HW. .
of Foreign an
d I'omestic "
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Rums, &c .
Best Bourbon, Rye, Monongahela,
ct "I8?11 901"rty. Ximel, Irish,
oCOtcn, d- many other brands.
Of Common Whiskies we have Aurora, Old Vir
gin..;. Mountain Dew, Orang. Valley, and "Bulh
for lou " Of Bitters we bav. Plantation, -IT
Is, ! , towton'" '"ocktail. Ac. Punch, KaseBO,
AUsiutbe, Schi-app., Siaokiu aud Chewing T
Uco, Cigars, and A. s. Bonn's Snuff.
He member the place. No. 28 First Street, foir
doors below Sycamore Street.
X. F. CARR & I'O.
For tne 01d 14ti Indiana Volui-
V VV X 0S
l'HIS REGIMENT HAS PARI 1CIPAT1D
r hi the following named battles; Cheat ?doui
tain, Gm-u Briar, Blue's Gap. Bloomery Furaao
Winchester, lUrrisoB s Landing, Antietam Fre.
erickshurg, Chaucellursville, Gettynbur an
Bristuw Siatiou. B
Three hundred .ud two dollars bonnty given o
n recraltjjkiffl g.Te; to yelfna
re-enlist Wli of the bounty money given than
?nv 'o; UwUV"W.tIy,aflet i"6 mustered
-hiug to bec.ime a member of tns
tru d Regtnient. iU 8ud Headqpnrter, Recrui
Office on corner of Ingle aod Central Marbl
streets-John Daunatell s Grocery
CHARLES H. MYERH0FF,
n.iirfi n" U,nt - u,h lad.,
IfTW"! Becrniting Officer
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