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JSVAMSVILLE, I1TD. SATDED.VT. NOVEMBER 20 186 1 Ohio, and came out here with Cant. Dex- Ll Notes andU.S.5-20's,Cou ...v iuc xvansvuie ana vairo j , . T , trade. Pns due lgt November, The provost gaard deserve much cred- J3011 at the highest mar it for the aiftl ritrwwi, j ket price at Cooeland'a Sav- rrti ... ... J vJ-l llic V IU1UCU I " i lie publishers of the Etanttille Journal hart. ! J n.i ... . inffo Donb Iffe. I TU A. Just added to their Newspaper and Job Printing liniiea ine streeU through " 81 Establishment, a FIRST CLASS BINDBY and ' m aD( ra'n' r tnree hours, until they Street. man t factory of blaxk Boos. Having secured caught the murderer. Lieut De la Hunt Gold, Silver, Demand TUC lriW 1 .TrOT JOURNAL BINDERY eerTicee of tome of the beet workmen in the I led thm f. J-l- .i.- . .iovyu UUIlug luc wnoie West, they aro prepared to execote orders at Cin cinnati and Louisville prices. Every description of Blank Books, such as Railroad, County. Banking, Mercantile, and For warding Books, manufactured to order and from the best quality of stock. Bolmw and Blank,, and Book-BeaJ rritUino executed in a superior manner. All kinds of Printed Work, such as M.gasir., Law and Medical Works. Pamphlets and oH book, re bound in erery variety of stylo from half-bound to Antique and Full Gilt Work. CITY NEWS. Eor Commercial and River News see fourth page. WAR MEETING ! e are authorized to announce that General Carrington will speak at Haub stadt on Tuesday, November 2Uh, and will canvass Knox, Gibson and Vander burgh counties to aid enlistments. Br. tal .Murdkr. A horrible murder took place between 11 and 12 o'clock on Thursday night, at the Front door of the St Charles Saloon, on First street. A few minutes before the fatal occur rence three men, named John Cassady, Phillip Crawford and Bill Jones, entered the St. Charles, pretty well intoxicated, and proposing to lodge by the fire all night, took off their coats and threw them on the floor by the stove for beds. They had with them several loaves of bread, fr m which it was supposed they were soldiers or steamboat hands. The small boy Fred, who was in the bar, called Louis down stairs, who told them they could not stay, when Jones swore he should like to see the man who could put them out, and expressed his intention to remain. Louis, in order to persuade I hem to leave, offered to treat them and show them a hotel. Crawford and Jones each took a glass of beer, nnd Cassady took a cigar. Cassady and Crawford then commenc ed scuffling or wrestling, apparently in sport, tid Cassady threw Crawford on the floor. Several gentlemen returning frjm a party, stopped in the saloon just at this time, among whom was Lieu1. De la Hunt, I'ost Adjutant, who, seeing the men with blouses on, and supposing they were soldiers, told them they had better go" home. Jones became insolent, said he had been in ten battles, and sneere-.l at stay-at-home officers ordering him home. De la Hunt told them he was Post Adjutant, and would order out the guard and have them arrested if they didn't stop their noise and rowing. Cassady and Crawford said the Adjutant was right, and that they had better go home, Cassady, especially insisting on doing so. Jone. continued his insolence and in- uuc-J ' uujumtii ueueyptr j " g"ng nmne return-- -' maV - 1 " ... en- The men then renewed their scuffling, and Jones interfering in some manner which the attendants did not clearly un search. Officers Morris "and Tennforde were prompt and persevering in their efforts to help arrest the murderer. A Coroner's inquest was held yester day at the office of McBride & Whittle sey, to which the body had been re moved, which elicited the above facts, substantial!;-. FlVftOIIT T. ., . .. i . the nice toilette preparations made in this country, none are so popular as those of Joseph Burnett & Co., Boston. So says the Cincinnati Gazette. We notice in our exchanges that every great city responds to this acclamation. The motive of the manufacturers in producing their unique articles is to es tablish a reputation for quality that would prove their superiorly upon trial. Prepared with fidelity by skillful chem ists, and neatly put up, we can heartily recommend them to the beaux and belles of our own city. We advise our drug gists to obtain stocks of these choice goods in season for the holidays, and we would suggest to our friends generally that Burnett's Toilet Companion, con taining " Cocoaine," so famous for the hair, "Kalliston," a fine cosmetic, " Flor imel," a delightful perfume and tooth wash or superior dentrifice, is admira bly suited as holiday present 3. These make up a complete toilette ap pendage. They can also be obtained separately when desired. These articles will be sold, wholesale and retail, by Keller & White, and druggists gener ally. New Music. We have received from the publishers, A. C. Peters & Bro, Cin cinnati, two beautiful songs, entitled, re spectively, "If a Heart for Thee is Beating, Use it Gently Lest it Break," and " Stand by the Flag of the Nation." The first is a sentimental ballad music by William Gumming. The second is a soul stirring national air words by C. C. Butler, and music by R. M. Hastings. Both are very pretty. Address A. C. Peters & Bro., 94 West Fourth street, Cincinnati, Ohio. The American House Still Lives I - New Improvements. Having leased tho above named house for a term of years, I have spared no pains or expense in putting every department of this popular hotel in most perfect repair. I hare also fitted up s nice bar adjacent to the office, where at all timee the choicest of wines and liquors will be kept, and a polite and attentive man to wait upon ray patrons 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 nigbt. My table shall at all times be amply supplied with tho best the market affords, and by strict attention to business and the wants of the public, I hope to obtain a large share of the pnblio patronage, of which I shall endeavor to render myself worthy. j. j. PitLgl,DT. Cuablib Hall, Clerk . aug6-dtf W Dr. Fleagir still continues to be the only lawful agent in this city for the Artificial Bubber Teeth. After furnishing nearly a hundred sets in the past five years, he has no hesitation in recom mending them as the test and cheapest material in use, being worn in the most difficult months, with comfort and efficiency. Persons suffering with bad fitting mettle plates are especially re quester to call at the Booms next BittrollTs, Main B T TELEGRAPH. News from Rebel Sources Federal prisoners seat to Danville, N. C. What it Costs. We are informed that it cost the tax payers of the city of Evansville last year $117 to have the dead hogs removed beyond the city lim its, and it is estimated that, in conse quence of the prevalence of hog cholera, axe-handle disease, arid " other ills that hog flesh is heir to," a Shakspeare says, the cost this year will be $150 or up wards. Is there a necessity or a sensi ble reason why our citizens should pay this tax to accommodate a few? Let the edict go forth, and let the.hoji- ( . S. Pension Agency. Established by Government authority, for pro curing PENSIONS for 1 1: valid Officers and Soldiers, deceased Officers and Soldiers' Widows or Orphan Children, De- pendent Mothers or Orphan Sisters. BOUNTY AND ARREARS fnr TUhmuJ U 1 .1 : . iiri, i. .. . wct4 gnjicia luuws, Lunuren, ratbrrs, Mothers, or Brothers and Sisters. Also for dis charged Soldiers, who nave served two years, or been discharged by reason of wonnds. BOUNTY LAND AND BACK PAY for Widows er other legal claimants of Soldiers of 1812, Mexican, 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 instrnctions upon which their claims are granted at Washington, and is the only Agency thns located, and solely and exclusively employed Persons writing their case plainly, and enclo sing stamp, always answered. Offh'K Third street, nw Main, Evansville JOHN TKNVIS, ,,s Pension Agent. WILLIAM REAV'S, Attorney at Law and II. 8. Claim Agent. Is authorised bv Ike Government to procure Pen sIosm, Boaatj uoes. Back Pay, Bounty Land Claims fnr linasr.s and other Tropkktt destroyed hil- in tsa sen-k-eor the Government, and all clni:ns,i.f whater.-r kind or nature against the l'n::,.d states. ttoanjg tor Discharged Soldiers! Br :tn smo.dm.Mit lo the Bounty Law, passed at -the Lift session of Congress, "Alt soldiers nr oth.M iwrsons vrlm i,are . aAai2 nereater be discharged within two years from the date of their enlistment, by reason r wounds received In battle, shall re five the same Bounty as thongh thoy served two years." Office Uii Muin Street, over Keller's Gnn Stere, opposite the Court House, Evansville, Indiana. Correspondents must enclose stamps. naJioiKt references given If reqnlred. mhSS Z SPECIAL NOTICES. New Yoek, Nov. 20. The Richmond papers of the 16th contain the following: An Atlanta, Ga.. dispatch dated Nov. 13th, says a party of Georgia State troops and Indians killed the notorious Bryson and 34 of his men a short time since, on the line between Georgia and North Carolina. A special to the Register, dated Sweet water, Nov. 12th, says the Federals have removed all their supplies to Knoxville, and are living on half rations. A special to the Intelligencer says that Yankee officers who desert and come into onr lines report that Grant expects soon to assault Lookout His army is on half rations. Thirty-one hundred of the Yankee prisonersin Richmond have been ant South to console the good citizens of uanviue. The escaDe of the notorions Buekw from jail has removed the difficulty with regard to the exchange of Surgeons. It is probable that the next fla of truce steamer from the North which is expected at City Point daily, will bring up a large number of our surgeons held as prisoners at the North. IheLibby contains 84 Yankee sur geons, which is quite as great a number as me lannees hold. These will be sent torward as soon as ours are receiv ed. JSo news was received here yesterday iiuiu tue iuowan. We heard that the enetnv were fortifv ing Winton, but the rumor wants confir mation. We should not be surprised at auy ume, nowever, to hear ot an attack on Weidon in that direction. The bombardment of Fort Sumter iastnight continued as usual. Slow firing is eoins on this mnrninrr Tha enemy fired 25 shots from Fort Gregg into the city, doing no material damage. It is reported that a eun uuist at, me last ure. There has been slow firing on Sumter an uay. The present indications are that the en emy intend more extensive operations No monitors were in action to-day. They have retired. guns into position, and poured in a Hanking fire in the afternoon. They brought forward a heavier infantry force once more, and after a brief skirmish charged our position. A terrific hand to uauu nconmci occurrea. uur men LINIMhNT. SEWING MACHINES. dr. j. woodruffs GRO VER & BAKER English Sewing Machines teUrf cozened fSoutt ' HORSE LINIMENT, ' Best Ma" the Market more Premiums than any DRY GOODS Manufactured by They have tk-other. third of a mile to a strong line, which we noia to-night TT,,nTr - We have to regret the wounding ot tmnn La.2Zlu01 ILD1. They make Less oise than any other. General Sand ;rs and -the Cantain "who They Run Eail r thsn "r '- Commanded the OUtpostS. Gen. Sanders WllOIPSA.I ft Ifrnffffisfa They are kept in Order Easier than any other situation is critical. Lieut. Col. Smith "6 w' of the 20th Michigan, was killed ot EVANSVILLE, IND. Campbell s fetation. Our loss in that . fight was between 200 and 300. Our loss ' TWSS to-day will not exceed 130. , of some twenty years for ' l rctlce The enemy's loss on Thnrsrl.iv nxln i Rhnmatiom to the severe fire oAur artillery, cou'd Bruises, not have been much less than 1,000. ' Spra-'ns, Their loss to-day is estimated at 400 or j Ulcerous Sores, Gen. Shackleford had a brisk fight on Wounds Sunday with the rebels on the other side ! Crackftd ITsl of the Holston, three miles from here, Tonn&SuL thev Jl2 r in check' and at nigbt Wi,h the most sreftMVS they dispersed. cures m a number of cases where other remedied men a,re, lnth? best of spirits, and tho hlfmaXdy Vv" '!!f perfectly confident of success to morrow. SPECT CLE3. One of Hdnnewcll's Great Remedies. HUNNE WELL'S TOLU ANODYNE. This most wonderful and reliable preparation which has pnriit.l its true myr . v -Eatutg, Lou of MJ, ueiwru. . v ...,7 AmtitnUI. h?m f-TJoM.i.-Crawford, the TZ" murderer of Cassady, had a preliminary Ha Perfect reUef' "l"" e. v.C.n 1 ' , .ii.t..rhl. and one of its examination yesterday auenmuu u7.v. tnTe aiterwors. - Esquire McBride, and was committed to M bo in .very tt.opr.nntv iail. to aait the action Ot rir,tion-eQuals its real necessity, , . . ..! I ! " J . J SBIMIil, w- - T derstand, was told by trawioru vu tne Grand Jury, on a pharge 01 murucr. or u, splendid results. . , mmercial Wharf, Bjston ford when the murder was commmeui detained as a witness, and is now in From Fortress Monroe, Rations Sent to Richmond to our tsoldiers Rebel News from Charles Ion The Rebels evidently Uneasy. I'ORTBESS Monkob, Nov. 20. TliP steamer has arrived from City Point Col. Irvin satisfactonl V triinsfcrrprl llm Government rations, also the Baltimore American Relief Fund provisions, to Commissioner Ould. Ihe Richmond Examiner of the 1 St h contains the following (. iuki.kstov, Nov. 17. Two of the monitors engaged are not seen this morn ing. A report from Moultrie suites thnt the leading monitor in the light had her smoke stack and turret perforated. The report from Sumter states that four monitors took their position to-day near Cnmminu's Point, and afier.rrU passed uj. the channel. It is believed they can i d heavy weights suspended at certain depths below the water, to ascer tain if there was passage for vesi-U of a certain draught More Yankee Prisoners sent i. liur I BMBSSSSBBBSSSSSSSSnSSBBSPSI " T fn4?l.' I I. XIITTENBERG, Manufacturer of the newly iuvented PERISCOPI : Spectacles us who have been confined to thole k. .v,J most agonizing pains of Rheumatism, 4c. in some cases as long as three years Wo do not propose, like so many proprietors of Pa eut Medicines to gin the favor ef the public by publishing the certificates of persons who porhaps never bare .ii.t -v. ", deuces are thousands of miles distant from the T . J"' uul 'eei connaent the Linimen will speak for itself. We would refer to the fo ,. 2 ,f we'' nown citizens and others, who have used the Liniment and are acquainted with its They make Both 8titches The Single Lock or seam alike both sides, or the Double Lock or Grover ft Baker stitch. They Embroider. They do all kinds of Family Sewing. They are sold on Better Terms than any other vis: you can get either the 8INOLI or DOUBLE lock Mitch, with the privilege of exchanging any timo in three months. Call and see Machines and Samples. W. H. TURNER, State Agent. Indianapolis, Indiana. Ot9.An Agent wanted for Evansville. nov3 LYON'S COLUMN. Army Field Glasses, Superior to all others now in use. Ed. Degarmo, Solomon K.eh, Ronald Fisher, Cant pt.).( col. libeinlander. SPY GLASSES, Micr-ojso opes, OPEBA GLASSES, Marine Spy Glasses, SIMPLE MICROSCOPES, A ml nil Eha4( of OPTICAL 17-TRUViEST. fun lie hn.f ulilv f mi m9 EVANSVU.LE, INDIANA. ' T BITTEN B tut If AS SOW OS H1VD3 prices; his p.n ,, nSSWTE prove,..,., i. smntrfacturw ciisssUofa i bm rkrietyrt apeetaclesfro'u, ,h, mo-ft common toth, vrry l,..,t. vi.: Tie fin.-t qttalitv of Gold ksosf rtr.-nn.te sAiptation . f the Convex (oncavo Perisropic i.riin- nle,- iu .. ... riiM-iul an tl- (iold M...n v.. .. s . .. . ... uri.r "CI us KrOOVfH I It to ih Hi rj . . " ' ,f ,r, 1. 1. ' ' , "".scarciv visil.Ie. No. 2 i ! PcHfccal 3 th- globules of a iimr.- light, s:nu- ur wind ;.rr, els Baa Setcbell & Bowles, Mrs. Degarmo, Henry Dodenhoff, Joseph Kahn, Mrm. Ed. Bowles, J inn h.,,ii, i- ..11 T v . m ' .1, k . k nn" 01 othsrs, but believe - - - hi uv snmcient. ti i 't. t T"' """Jded in all cases where .....,,,...,,, no, give satisfaction. Frice 2o cents per bottle. For sale by LEICH A CABLSTEDT, "OYl9-3m M Main Street. NEW BOOKS. 8TBASGE STOBIES OF A DETECTIVE - Or Curiosities of Crime. 7? ' REJECTED WIFE. B, Mrs. Stephens. THE AGE Or FABLE. By Bulfinch THRBE YEAB8 IN JAPAN. By Alcock. VOLUNTEEB S BOLL OF HONOB, 25c pepe, the scorr. SILVER STAB. By May Carleton . LtSJ.?S.?TE AND MABTYH WABE'S KBssssssjas) la J. SHADOW OF ASHLYDYAT. trT" ? IICTOBY. By the author of An- iu;u, 4sjv. SYBIL CAMPBELL By Mav Carleton. ALL DICKENS' WORKS (In P.mnhlet for. TESTAMENTS WITH NOTES AND PSALMS Kt.,):cr.spBiNGTiME-A W GOMTS LADIE8' BOOK FOR DECEMBER A KTIICR S HOME MAGAZINE, D6 NEW SI PPLY OF PUOTOGBAPH BIBLES NEW RI PPLY OF PHOTOGRAPH imnii NEW SUPPLY OF CHILDREN-8 BOOkI1 JS - ior l"1" Mt nnnir.r.r .Q .um ulri that he could' manage Caa- . , :n p0mnanv with Craw- lUCUi " ' ' - J I tlUUCO, " ' , . was . x ... . , 1 t nnd sirlp whtll aaay. ioncs sit-pycu , the bovs in the saloonlsaw a knife in the hand of Crawford, who made a desperate lunge with it in the thigh of Cassady. , In ordef that Crawford may have an Louis attempted to interfere, but . . , , we refr'ain fr0m further remarks on the case, or any expressions of opinion as to his guilt or innocency. ,r.o Evansville, Ind. - r n rnrable Pulmonary A C 4 D . TO COSStMPTlVEs. The undersigned having been restored to health iB.f.w weeks, by a very -simple remedy, after our citV Of bavin, suffered several year, w.th a severe .uu JZSTT I", .andthat Z alias Butternuts, alias guerrillas, has be- i. .u to make known come so common that we scarce y a m u- of tb6 it worthy of mention. They are being of charge) wlth th. dire0. picked up daily in the Ureet, river prepariDgand Ming the me, which Cumberland river country, - , m mmAmmmn9mgmmmt im.M i-:,. f,. Charleston on Monday x 1 lauii wa . nlghT among them the sailors and mar ges captured on the night of the last assault on Sumter's battered walls The great ram Missouri, built at Shreveport, Louisiana, is a failure, bhe flnvormpnt half a million dol- LI1C v.u . No Richmond papers, except of the 18th, have arrived. Burnstde's position Imprtgnable-Hs hano fear of Longstreet-Mcade s Army still BflvannnB. tinT- i Crawfotd turned upon him and sore that he would serve him in like manner, when Louis retreated. The three men, Cassady, Lrawtora and Jones, immediately passed out of the front door, the former falling in the gutter at the mouth of the alley, where he was discovered in a few minutes by a a party of gentlemen, who had been up .uira oat in n- ovsters. Getting a few hurried explanations j Campg MortoD) chase) or Johnsons Is- from the attendants in tne sauxm, .UCJ Jand hastened to the office ol the Post Adju- Unt, who dressing hurriedly, immediate ZJSI. lv called out the rrovost uuaru W,U c - - ireat quantities u , . ribs, &c, to exchange for greenbacks and postal currency at reasonable rates. We have tried them, and speak feelingly and Tvrreil arrived just as the wounneo advisedly wnen w , -lyrreu rr. c j , . . . . , ith vour baskets and u K nr removed 1UIO luo uuui w. ieni. vr.i. .j j ui .in " - pi th saloon. change. Cassady expired as he was being laid upon the floor of the saloon. An examination of the wouna wBa s. A. der all needful assistance and arrest, iuo murderer. It was somtime before a surgeon lrlhPohined.butDrt. Walker and thev will find o sure r rvin,. Colds. Ac. The only object UIOM.nl l in w the advertiser has in sending th. Prescription is to benefit th. afflicted, and spread information which 11. . 1 v. iirtnes every he conceives to be luvaiuaoi. , - sufferer will try hi, remedy, a. it will cos. nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will please ddre" Bst EDWARD A. WILSON, Willismsburgh, KintJ" aet30-3m TnBiFIONS AND EXPER1ENCB OF Washington, Nov. 20. Advices have been received at the War uepwrmcm this morning from Burnside, saying his position is impregnable, and he has no fear of the rebels under Longstreet. It is reported here that Meade s ariny occupied Madison C. H., and that the rebels are retreating- A New Trial Allowed for Use Alexandria. Mnvp.mber 20. Advices II A.- II I.. w.. , . . "I,"! r . f A.im nnr Minister iu Jlinr- trom mr. auauio, land, confirms the news that a new trial is granted by the Court of Exchequer in the case of the Alexandria. i..,.. r, ;r vf.;,i-4. Im- nlone Ih-iiic niio 1 to kmut fr.mi the pesnli ir anatoshy of the eye the inture i if tln-di-i si i " 77 ncssaf schti listening T the pupil, r other DfortnneocCTirriBgtothe vision. The eye l.o ,,etfBortde1lcatorJrKti,ahdif the mr.st vital , . I.i tho h :I;ines4 mul pruspeTity I man,snoTilrt'nvfS Amfwred with, either by the individual or by those w'o, f..r mere profit, rake nnoa themselves the selling of Optical In struments, and h.kinw iiMtLins of the anatomy i.i, i.i rlisnvrer ti. Droner srlasses to OI HI' iji- - - ,1,,L .,f IhllSH nit the pecnininiy oi im-m"- i(,"- neeiling st-ctnel-. 1 1. -usnmis nave .. vision entirely iron nui "ff"j;"s tv nimlifii d to know tin- dinerent di-fei-t, m ea ih tn- '!.' . .. mZZ i , r.,...r. :v it l.v VMI Mill rr ,,r,,,.r if i ,,,1 ,if -hpe.-ta.-l-. I. Uittenlierg, having bad over twentj-Bve years experience ns a r, oil .r iinicli-nl optician, can assiin; Ih.. he giving .i... - ,..ir Hint liv arnlvin to lnni they iwi get the v.-ry ngni kiiiii in (iiii-".- -i - tlii-ir case, sun in asuiH". ei. ii eve siirht to old :-. N.-ir sighted pi rsons can als,, oliiaiii of him th latest uTiprovement in .i..i racles suiTi-n ro in.-ni. i--.uk lhav also ti,,-most reoti new Kieia Glasses, with Astro... i.-nl eye pi .-. Belag very iil.rror U thM op-ra irlasf ttrrans.emi.nl. All kinds ol Ontical Instruments repaired at the shortest no tice and thase having pinvl.Hsi-d spc tacles of me, a-r' i - iJ ruLifortune to break cm- of the Icusesi cap hare it replaced gnu uitoiisly by apply- RITTENBERG, 67 Main Street, Jiet. Second and Third Sis., EVANSVILLE, IND. sep. 29. INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE A GNCY J- W. NEXSEN, Marble Hall, Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND., Underwriter and General In- surance Agent. Adjuster of Fire Losses and Notarv Public. .,, All business.- OR SBS S & P S eg a o ft c 9 p a B o z 55- - OB a OB 2. a' us o r 1 P P 5 " 0 ? p OR P s s FOR GREAT BARGAINS IN IR Y GhOOOs OR m 3 ft 1 ft ft 3D P S p m 55 5' ft c- s s ' n ft sr p 'P" s p ft p ft ft ft 5 arc. S. ft ft FIRE, LIFE and MARINS. ttibincd Cash Capital Ren- resented over $5,000,000 00 PREPARE IN TIME AGAINST THK THE FIRES OP FALL!! BY Prime A No. 1 Insurance IN THS Phoenix Insurance Company OF HARTFORD. CONN. The Fruits of the PhcBnix Are manifest in the following statement of diould suggi-si ft e 2 2. sr. 2 I it ft s p p 3 ft ft ft 3D ft ST Klrer and Weather. r.vnvvATi. Nov. 20. Weather wet; beea raining since midnight, but not heavily. Thermometer aeg., u..u. Kiver stationary, wan i ...v..-.. - the channel. AN INVALID, and T)nRKi.L has laid on our uble co- T -- Tllo. ni nf Nix Nax, FranK Lsue Kn examination of tne wouna r - Madame Demor- .A KvSurceons Walker and trated Almanac, and Madame iiKin."1'.' d-- I j nf Fashion. mssci T7rreU. who found both the femoral vein es of ern8( and ami ariery usu ircrn Search was at once instituted for the Ulirju - directions for living o la mod'. Runs etc s Florimel is an exquij handkerchief perfume. For sale by novt murderer, and after patroling the streets far near three hours Crawford was dis- j w .k n.erl onncealed under a site covereu u, mm, a i - , . . vVKUn larpanlin at the end of a Pue 01 nai sap - hay on the wharf, and was at once hand- T The undersigned tender ed over to officers Morris and Tennford frienda and e8pec. WUU lUUgvu sftss fhi hnefit. nd as a warning CAUTION TO TOUNO MN who snsr from Nervous Debility, Premature " f"" , etc snpplyingat th. m. time, THK MfcAM. 'J .T.Vnsv Bv one who ha. enred himsel aR.rbeingputtogre.t.xpenaeandinjnrythrongh ,imit onrl onackery. .ingle aTr. Ks,., "al BldfiingsConnty.N. T. LIQUORS. TH El or rri that nio-ht. but was oner's jury yesterday morning, where he tending tne iunemi w. . ... -n-i :v Poo. KorD. . . denied being at the Di ane3 r . ., Decker, at present m sady and Crawford. In tne ear , , we tender our most sincers of the evening the three nao embalming and sending the er af the Shamrock, on Water street , home drinking and playing card9, and just be- , remains PfyjRfc .u c PV,i-1o had tfone to 1 tore going io wv. . . . . , :jf. bakery on First street below V ine, a a highest;maraet tame - ; - wbe pwfcmlllB camp dnty i r r.- Uros nt hre&a. i j c;r m!im Aoies. uiu i PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. This aatoMiahlnc preparatioh Will make it grow on Bald Beads. WH1 restore the Natural fceeretions. Will remove at once all Itching. Will remove all Dandruff. Will cure all arnptions-even Scald Head WU1 make th, Hair Sort an OUH-,. Will preserve the Color 01 nair w - W1H always Fasten it, and stop it Falling. is on. of the beat torts! Articles for CM Hair now In use. Thonsands of Soldiers In the Arm- .ifl-n m th. above, who baa become gra ' . . f.llmt. lst their Hair by sickness, c.. BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. " it i d nan Nov 17. The Herald's Gen. Longstreet, after Sntnr- crossing tne ienu .., - -day morning, the 14th inst.,was attacked in the afternoon by Gen. Burneide, who drove the advance guard back to within a mile of the river's edge, by nlgWfHL i .,( ornaeed the remain . 'r .t nis XJUUttov. v.iw troops during the night, and mi hnnday morning advanced in force. Gen. Burn side, finding it impossible to cope with v: ' .ha .mall force at his disposal, mm, - , i - fell back to Lenoir, tne rear Kua ,-.. mishing heavily with the enemy during the day. Of H.r.caan. rT. uonos Rectifiers and Wholesale Dealers in eve.., Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors, ,. . very man who desi. to bestow his laiurauc i uroii.iiti. up.'U WELL T It I ED COBPOBATIOS. OHIO... t40,3T746 n.'M.Vl "P. iulTAKB 5 g g I 9 X CD H4 2 -Tr- 5 H E. A. COOKE 8l CO., Who hv jsst completed thsir winter .took rf vooos, cocaistlng In part el French Mericoes, Checked and Plain Alpacas, Silk Striped Lustres, Wool and half Wool Delaines, Ladies' Misses' and Childwm'. Hoop Skirts, Z? "s CMdreo'' Hoods, Nubias and Hisses' Fancy Knit Coats, Sontags and Alexandras, ' Lambs Wool, Merino and Bal moral Hose, And a great variety of Notions, 4c. Also Just received by express A full ass or t men tjof Cloaks. All the novelties of the season, comprising Bed Biding Hoods, Blue Circulars, Black Cloth Circulars and Sacques Various Prices : Styles to suit the most fastidious. Come and see for yourself at No. 7 FIRST STREET, No. 10 Wholesale and Retail A5D Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, &c, t,p T F WE TO C ALL T1IK ATTENTION B oMhe trCteof Ola Evansville, Sonth ZTn Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky to oui eiteii sive s Itbciuu large and complete, we can sivestocK 11 a trade, goods thai cannot fail to please Loth in qnnlit y and price. liar stock l aving been bontht for cash, be the rec.t advance. iilenahle s to compete w, Thrift dearjerate charges were made m9mr,. d.-t-rmined that no necessity S dunnSandabt, it thev wero ropnlsed n Mondav "rp n.K of von a nu. ....... " '. We it rney wcxo r ,.otor1 Tie- w..i ...ui.tiou when v.mi vibi! our cily. We would be pleased to see yon at No. 28, FIRST STREET, .9.174.56 32,670.08 34,9211.13 18,323.3-1 MSSJfl LOCI.' - ;:::z...KANSAs:.. - II tfA -rJCDc atuooaa - - - ALABAMA S-S.66 ....',08... MICHIGAN... 34,.13.. WISCONSIN.. .a -lo-i 31. I0WA...-- SZ MINNESOTA.. ,ioo.ii mini . air . 1. G7.IHI I W,7tl5."0., :t,IIM.36.... S5 P 32 ft gr 5" B I DESIRABLE, Has now arrlvsf , among which will b found a compleU assortment of Q 75 g p 3 s Plain French Merinos, Fancy Frencn Merinos, Fancy French Cashmers, p . (-) Plain and Fancy imams" . . p -.nd all ths New Styles of m ! RICH WINTEB DBES8 GOODS. ft 5 S ft 5 ft ft 5T p 5 ft ft t ft p ...WssailoM. svitssy O Hlisi"" thiWnt advance. willeDme n9 10 c,m '. Xr ... " . -. . - . , i luiuul ana re- lHsnr.incie soliciwo, aim , i - - newed in this lS5gjaff2r ? Ul 0 p s ft p Si-.? s 3 sasli P ft p pssle T -a BSa P ft p 32 s Also a splendid line of elegant Black Cloth Cloaks, SCABIET AND BLUE CLOAKS, CARPETS, OIE CLOTHS, MATTINGS, to rtollingswcrth "Bro.Ts Queensware Store, and show yon our ..ck, cm..-.-.... y- HE and had acted so boisteronaly that the j curre,,t money, at Lyon's woman who was in attendance caiiea iu .. t ... i t... i : an oJicer to remove tnera, nui sssa y Ai . Ue.tors.lve and dre.K Wholesale and Retail Atents fer Kvansvllle. Pictorials. M. L. Johnson, on Main j HAir DYE! HAIR DYE!! before the officer arrived. i street, Has a ve , . . - ; Celebrated Hair 1 Crawford says he is Irom west r . on- j assort.u. r Ja ihe Best ft, A rVorw; months in tne i rary newapa r j Harmless, True, am. upon DUl luJ "I" : J ,-ii.,olarl T.e morning uen. rurii.viC "j---- ' noir, but owing to the pnrsmt that was i . antnrtninerl to iTive them a ae- cided check, and accordingly came into - - - , ..il -Ko11'q Station, wheu i line Ol Dauie ai, v."F"-- - . Next door r,r.ht Ansned. lasting iroui iio '- s,1lv. HU,i B . :i j.,. Our first nogltion r F..reii:n :ind l'.-ine commanded the road from both sides; BrandieSj Wir,es, Gins, Bums, &C . I,..., PCeeded in outflanking our men , Robinson County, Kimel, Irisn, r""," .r.m to the cover of the bat- Scotch. A- want or- teries, which now opened a terrific and on wbiBtie,,e hXlnA& TTrUe fire. The rebels retired be- in MountatoDew, Orap i, fore it, gave, way, and eventually tell -to, a.-. JJTo. Ahs nthe. Bcn"pvi p 5Zr doorB Delow iijissssiiib , 'AKK '0. Wl 4 ! i .ui. e-, . . WINDOW SHADES, Window Hollands. Curtain Damasks, LACE CURTAINS, Curtain Fixtures CURTAIN CORNICES; And almost everything in the HOUSE FUHN1SHING LINE ffl-lT JA" So. 1 Flnt ra.a w;' wW ssss. THANKS. AVIHQ SOLD OCT OTJB 8TOOK OF OBO- ends and bestowea H CKB1KS te Mr. i. T. KLLIOTT. we return r,r.lncere thank, to onr numerous b-" a J 1. ...n unrllL aa, ana um "i II i o " j - for some months, as also at Port j The. only Reliable Dye Rebel army, but had deserted and made wa s.t n... Mi Orleans. Ladies, Arrs-Tiox.-Mrs. MrCoruiica HOME INTEREST?. S - . passea oy e. ; - rm fhe of MMsflHsl .ad vie.nu.v MMrn- . n,r,a..Bed This splendid Hair vy " " " Hiisly or Grey Hair. J-SSS3 WiHara. "J few days. or Satnral nrowu. - Solt and the Skin, leavius " M ' a v -it Main street. In older to ruaKe rouiu y e0ectJ) ItUSUU, A' w. where lor some momus, eut her enUr ,t0Ca H ( 8rt,n.ng . frequently re- Hudson, he had driven a team in Banks , ... of Milliner, Goods. Hosiery. Ulove. I Beant.fi. ; imp tne , anny.aud had been in this city but a -oton.. a..,, ve - ye,. The GenuUe for a new huildiug -r and thev had come up the ,i. t.is a. Cooii.e, No.'. ma w i 1 1 I t ii i ... ' . ..a. L!ll rivi r together. He says Cassady came iron. .. ...tnaaata ! 1" BarcU, . .... 1 .v, p- Offii-. have juat re- , UATCHBLt) He confesses to the mil- ; ru.t ree u , ; - . - - . w tock of I '. thb HAlB , I MsrVM. ! AUll m a-" - a- r - : . 1 .. ... . , . ..in. II " . a I J m r r...0..,lu lmt sa?8 ii u uu. r,.,.rT dreerrptlon . numcci h'. ' .11 tw. are mere imi a 1 1.1 ItA STOIUCU " DrugKists, as. BrtTT-T fjRKAM "FOB 11ATCHKL0B S a " ,.10dw,y I- - Kar-k to the river It was now 3 p. m. The enemy showing a desire to renew the attack, and having "brought three v.-;M n tbpir assistance, General DUVLCl ico . ' Ri.rnside fell back to a more advanta geous position, and again gave them battle. t The contesi uuuwi"-u, nightfall, with onr troops in possession tVimr nam OTOUnd. The object of the battle having been obtained, and as the attention of the rebels had enabled our trains to get all . . , foil hfk dur- m tne aavaucc, wu u.w-- - the night, and, early next i. uesusj , GROCERIES. lOTTOV YARNS S BAGS MAY3VILLK L 5O0-. and 600's; to'-B, 4 c0.. No. 4 Sycamore Street. Cash Assets, January 1st, 1862, $1,992,585.89. Losses Paid, Upward o ! $14,000,000. . J saiMShd The irreat public service, prompines. .nu MlothlseU-tHedand. commenaiiwi"""""" pnrance. . . .. . tmmA bT frW1 Marble Hall BniWlng, Vo. 9. Main st GOLD, SILVER, Demand Notes. customers for th. very liberal patronag upon us duiins; tne pa., mn. J-- We take pleasure in recommondinf ' ance of the sam. to our suoceasor, believing his. taZS3 "T worth? f tb S KIBY B1tQa ' SEWING JOLCmNES. XXTBA FLOUB-100 BBLS. OS CONSIGN- ment ; for eale at oc22 8. E. GILBERT & CO., ' No. 4 Sycamore Street. GROCERIES. Eicketfs and James' Checks, and all other uncurrent money 1 at the highest market value. -i.d mvnld-lin BOXES; FOTt SALK : L.'l .- .. O by oc22 T. m I.BERT k X)., Fo. 4 SycarrHsr-e Street. riRAB APPLE CIM5B-2 bbU pure ' Crab Ap- U pie Cider at H. A. COOa. t. J-APLB 8TJGAE-3001. Maple .t jPS6KD POULTBI AX 07 i . J l wtAvt- I 1 nosnRV I I r - . v.v sea -v I T-T . - vrvVTiO AT lUg Uie nigni, , cV"v niK'AMOX-.HApHi;A " lAJlr. o f i H. A. COOK'S. wkrf or'otpo.i. .j-iU" r-. i SISB -Taraisy i This morning the atUck waa resumed. : oYanPSis5whod hai The nemy finding it impossible to drive low by Eyf4LsBT?aBJ0re street, onr men with infantry brought several j self defense. Dress Silk., the large.! stmk in the west ; Dre-s , fo.. ' .aa gala At seIseVofthe hbtowb""" 11ISE SxsTKM.-New and reliable t V A T EnsVVsMl . . . . . . i.ini,w.rte,l . Biilmoral . r , HKWAB Asso- ..r-n- ali. niwdl. lw rnmmi bi, i i". i . . i iwmiilt in wpui""" . Another witn.-s-', William that are beaaOf-1 and chea,. i Bl.-ach.rt .TT0!(eBt in led letter envelopes, .re o. Ri before lV Coroners Jury mat m bDiltilll5a, at September ,r'- Prints, good and , Address, Dr. J. 8KILI.IN Zjn' tad known fWdy ever since be was fMt colora-, jOe. 0..r gol. " 1 J" , Howard Aosia.loa. Fhiladelphis. Pa. born, and that he is from Zanesville; low. 1-1 M. SEULM AN HAVING FITTED CP AS t . office, No. 35 Main StreeV vd 11 keep, t he i SSifHSSH uffi.T3u rapaixl kind of Sew inghinesand pol on imv.ment. ittkIrtoalamiucan ThT Beit Paper for Farm and Fruit 'firowers-BlKht Dollar. Prasmimsm for only Twenty Subsertttexa. all other uncurreut money bonfht ! want ioooo 2 Volume nn tou.: w - ,- - free to clnb Mbecriners in December ! Sd.dl, the best and cheapest , grower's paper in Utej, at gsj aiel every saiiriuc. . " , rrM of all GRAPF. vTKES known te "fn.Kii OaaAf PROLIFIC STRAWBrBTP,A.TS lr!-iV.-ai:r a. targ. M ma-. i v. " T Every pereor to all aj.pli oSer the best v is ud other clnb saeuta of any TJOILED CIDEE 200 gallons ertra quality I Bnilerl 1 ldur at . """" LION. TI aw j next, nd SSSS1 in. mone. m,u.1' positively I cants, with f.U a"'" . .,.h.r cib i term o U!'" j terms to ta'., rountry. EIunT WOU- , wth r pobhshe r in . xvrsXTT sub- iSarfCiygg 7,11 ofthschoic- i vluis. al of whi- it ar, to be rasx to mv i est grape i- . . IM.imni roniss immedt- sss fc'-i , c a hr sneeiBaen roou ...wnnsTB . p."- t f . n . r ! "" .ddnss X. B Missa, -i--" goaniy. . T.