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,.K 01 V EVANSVILLE, IND WEDNESDAY. .NOVEMBER 26. IS 3 The folloA'iu is a copy of the pj role taken by Starkweather, who was captured while in charge of Jordon Giles' sutler stores: P. D. Starkweather HOME INTERESTS. J01B5AL BINDEST. The publishers of the Eratun'lU Journal hare just added to their Newspaper and Job Printing Establishment, a FIRST CLASS BINDBY and H .on t actory or Blank Boom. Hsving secured the services of some of the heat workmen in the West, they are prepared to execate orders at Cin cinnati aud Louisville prices. Every description of Blank Books, such as Railroad, County, Banking. Mercantile, and For warding Books, manufactured to onler and from the best quality of stock. Muling ami Blanks, and Bool-HeuJ Printing, executed in a superior manner. All kinds of Printed Work, such as Magazines, Law and Meebeal Works. Pamphlets and oM books re bound in every variety of style from half-bound to Antique and Full Gilt Work. rOrsiEas, Caxdies, Cakes and Fireworks roa the Holidays ! I havs now on band a fu'.l assortment of Fireworks, Sugar Toys, and Fancy Candies ; also, Fruits and Nats, etc., and am re- Do solemnly swear that I will j ce!ving Maltby's Oysters daily warranted fresh in no way raise armes a gaunst or do i and K0011 rr hs the case or can, at wholesale any thing that will prove detrimedtial (o nd retai1' H' HERMANN, Confectioner. the confedeate Stete until exchanged so help me god P. L. Starkweather. Sworn to before me this the 2d Day of Nov. J S03. Capt. J. M. Smith and Pro vost Marshal, fiawhide ala. By order of Brig Genl T. D. Roddey. CITY 16? .For Commercial and River News see fourth page. WAR MEETING! We arc authorized to announce that General Carrington will speak at Haab stadt on Tuesday, November '24 th, and will canvass Knox, Gibson and Vander. burgh counties to aid enlistments. PROCLAMATION. By the Governor of Indiana. If those soldiers' families who have received their Pass Books for re lief, will call at the Township Trustee's Olfice and have their named registered, ! oilier persons who tare been or titan hereafter bn they will receive the wood donated to them by tbe farmers. WILLIAM EEAVIS, Attorney at Law and U. 8. Claim Agent, Is authorized by the GoTernnieut to procure Pen sions, Bounty Money, Back Tay, Bouuty Land Claims for Horses and other Pit nan destroyed while in the serrice of the Government, and all claims, of whatever kind or nature against the United States. Bounty Tor Discharged Soldiers! By an amendment to the Bonuty Law, passed at the last session of Consrress. " All .old i.e. or The President of the United States, having designated Thursday, the 26th fray of Ntrrember, instant, as a Day of i.uanksgiving. Therefore, I, Oliver P. Morton, Gov ernor of Indiana, do hereby set apart said day, and call upon tbe people of the State to observe the same, in accordance with the proclamation of the President. Let the people thank and praise Al mighty God for the many mercies He has shown us during the past year, and pray him with humble hearts, to still pro tect, guide and ble3s us and restore tbe inestimable blessings of Unity and Peace to our bleeding and suffering country. Given at the Executive Department, Indianapolis, this 9th day of November, A. D., 1863. Oliver P. Morton. Public Speaking. GEN. CARRINGTON will address the people of this city, at the Coart House, to-morrow, Thursday evening at Tf o'clock, on the importance of filling np the army. ISSTThe passenger and mail train was detained an hour last night by some slight accident to the locomotive, Which accounts for the delay in opening the Postoffice. lThe weather cleared up yesterday morning after a continuous nights' rain. The rain that fell on Monday night, will tend to increase the volume of wa ter in the river. SS?"Our musical and happily convert ed friend Evans, of tbe Princeton Demo crat, was in the city last night We are indebted to Lieut W. A. Page, for a copy of the first number of Paron Brownlow's " Knoxville Whig and Rebel Ventilator. " It is done up in new type. Its editorials bear tbe Brownlow stamp. We fear, however, there will he a slight interruption in the regular issne of the Whig, owing to tome foolishness on the part of Long street's and Buckner's rebels. ThePar son has located for a season in Kentucky where, doubtless, he will remain until the question who shall occupy Knoxville shall be definitely settled. Thanksgiving Delicacies. Prank Felker' s game depDt, opposite the Wash ington House, is filled, we observed yes terday, with every variety of game. Venison, turkeys, (wild and tame.) quails, squirrels, chickens, and every other spe cies of flesh diet, seemed to be there rep resented. His assortment will tempt many householders to provide a more bountiful dinner on that day than they may have intended. But who cares for expenses? Thanksgiving comes only once in a great while, and when so many good things can be had on reasonable terms, why not " go in " ? discharged within two years from the dato or their enlistment, by reason of wounds received in battle, shall re.eivo the same Bounty as though they served two years." Office Coli Main Street, aver Keller's Gun Store, opposite the Court House, Evansville, Indiana. Correspondents must enclose stamps. ttS,Good references giveu if required. mhSS e are credibly informed that a son of the rebel Commissioner Mason was in the city on Monday last. It is not at all strange that every movement of our armies is known to the rebel authori ties before they are known to our own people. How far could a son of Secre tary Seward travel ia the Confederacy before he would be caught and hung? Isvalid Corps. We had the pleasure yesterday of an introduction to Dr. Heister and Capt Peterson, who visited our city for the purpose of transporting soldiers in the Hospitals in this city to the Invalid corps. About 25 were trans ferred, part of whom remain here, while a part will be sent to Cincinnati. Those gentlemen perform their duty here speedily'and well. The Meetixo at Hacbstadt. The meeting yesterday, at Haubstadt, was largely attended, and was productive of much good, beyond all question. Gen. Carrington spoke for two hours, and the people stood and listened with the most profound attention. Several recruits were raised, and an excellent spirit seemed to prevail. Hoj. Holcomb, member of the State Legislature, from Gibson, followed Grn. Carrington in a strong war speech, in which he declared his intention to can vass every school district in the county, and even the editor of the Princeton Democrat, we are told by a gentleman of this city who was present, was one of the firgt to congratulate the General at the close of his speech, and expressed himself highly gratified. aS. D. & H. W. SMITH, pole manufacturers of the NEW AMERICAN ORGANS with tremole attachment, finished in fifteen different styles; elegantly polished in Rosewood for Parlor use Also, iu Black Walnut and Oak for Churches, Schools, Lodges, Arc. Also. Synth's unrivalled Melodeons, warranted for firs years. For sale by WARREN CONTNOTON," octSl-Gm No. 1 Main Street. -e Dr.. F i. eager still continues to be the only lawful agent iu 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 best and cheapest material in use, being worn in tho most difficult mouths, with comfort and efficiency. Persons suffering with bad fitting mettle plates are especially re quested to call at the Booms next BittrolfTg, Main Street. 1'HAKKSk An i (.. 1 ("-;.... .1 us tho Army of the Ohio has sent us a fine re volver, captured in that loyal land, for which he has our Usasdca Wo will pi-notice wjth it, in order to be able to give a good report when the State ia next in vaded. boo Thanksgiving for the Soldiers We have heard of no movements being ta ken to provide a Thanksgiving Dinner for the soldiers in the Hospitals. Is it possible that these brave men, who. have lost limbs, health, and almost their lives in defence of their country, are to be neglected on this festal day? There is lime enough vet, and we hope some of our most energetic ladies will take hold of the matter this morn ing. We know that one or more gentle men have arranged to donate a turkey '' towards this object, and we have no doubt-a magnificent dinner could be got up to-day and to-morrow, by the proper effort being made. Shall it not be done. 8The Edinburgh. Review for Octo ber Scott's reprint has been received. Among other important papers, it con. tains the following: Mediaeval Borne; Cadast:al Survey of Great Britain; Macknight's Life of Bollingbroke; Auf tin on Jurisprudence; The Royal Ac ademy There will be an abundance of tenderloius, spare ribs, &c at Foster & Co's. pork house to day. There is noth ing more delicate or delicious. fleiFAdams express will carry to For tress Monroe, free of expenses, all arti cles sent to our prisoners at Richmond. Packages should be addressed in full to the prisoner's name : " Prisoner of war, Richmond. Va., care of the Commission er for Exchansed Prisoners, Flag of w Truce Boat, Fortress Monroe, Va," Direction of Letters. Persons writing to the boys of the 65th Indiana, will direct: 2d Brigade, 2d Division, 23d Army Corps, East Tennessee, care Col. John W. Foster. There have been sev eral changes, and no doubt many letters have been lost by being wrongly directed. Gold, Silver, Demand Notes and U. S. 5-20's, Cou pons due 1st November, bought at the highest mar ket price at Copeland's Sav ings Bank, No. 4, First Street. The American House Still Lives ! Xew Improvements. naviug leased the above named lie use for a term of years, I have spared no pains or expense in putting ovcry department of this popular hotel in nio;t perfect repair. I have also fitted np a nice bar adjacent to the office, where at all times the choicest of wines and liquors will be kept, and a polite and attentive man to wait upou 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 hope to obtain a large share of the public, patronage, of which I shall endeavor to render myself worthy. J. J. PlLLSBUET. Charlie Ham., Clerk . aug6-dtf U. 8. Pension Agency. Established by Government anthority, for pro curing PENSION'S for Invalid Officers and Soldiers, d' ceased Officers' and Soldiers1 Widows or Orphan Children, De pendent Mothers or Orphan Sisters. BOUNTY AND ARREARS for Deceased Soldiers' Widows, Children, Fathers, Mothers, or Brothers and Sisters. Also for dis charged Soldiers, who havs served two years, or been discharge,! by reason of wounds. HOI N T V LAND AND BACK PAT for Widows er other legal claimants of Soldiers of 1812, Mexican, and other past wars. This Agency adjusts claims lor parties and sol diers of Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky, in accord ance with the only forms and instructions npon which their claims are Rvnred at Miue"i and is the only Agency thus located, and solely and exclusively employed. Persons writing their case plainly, and enclo sing stamp, always answered. Orrict Third street, near Main, Kvansville Ind. JOHN TENNIS, ectlS Pension Agent. THE VERY LATEST B T TELEGRAPH. From Washington. Officials Claim to Have Good News front tbe West Supposed Rebel Defeat. Washington, Nor. 24. A special dis patch to the World says : The President announces that dis patches from General Grant are favora ble, but declines to alio their publica tion while the operations of which they speak are going on. Official circles claim to have highly favorable news from the West, involving a heavy defeat of the rebels. No partic ulars given to outsiders Boston, Nov. 24. The correspondent of the Traveler, writing from Folly Is land, 16th, says the loss of the rebels is from 5 to 15 daily. Our casualties a few weeks ago waa fully equal to the reb els', but now the most effective rebel bat teries are silenced, and our casualties are rare. Fort Sumter suffers in meek silence, not displaying even her flag half of the time. Forts Moultrie and Johnson shoot with no great vigor, and our men easily dodge under cover and avoid danger. In the meantime new batteries are being thrown up on the adjacent islands, which will shortly command all the navigable channels, and give relief to our block ading squadron. Slowly but surely the work goes on. The Republican committee have nom inated, by acclamation, the Hon. F. W. Lincoln for Mayor. SPECTACLES. LINIMtNT. LYON'S COLUMN. WATCHES & JEWELRY. THANKSGIVING. 100 CHOICE found at FAT TURKEYS H. A. WILL BE COOK'S. onn choice &JJ found at FAT CHICKENS H. A. WILL BE COOK'S. OYSTEBf.-Choice Monumental Oysters: ex press', y for Thanksgiving Day, at H. A. COOK'S. 0 RANGES Choice sweet Havana Oranges for Thanksgiving day at II. A. COOK'S. CRANBERRIES Sbbls. Expressly for Thanks giving Dinner at H. A. COOK'S. QELERY- -100 fine heads Celer COOK'S. N PURSUANCE AT THE BECOMMENDA- -L tion of the General in command of the national forces at Little Rock, trade stores will be author ed at that place on and after the i"ith instant, bv Mr. Loyal Case. Assistant Soecial A cent of the Treasury Department at Little Rock, or upon his recommendation by the Assistant Special Agents at Helena, Memphis and St. Louis, or at my office u Cincinnati. W. P. MULLEN, Sup. Sp. Agt. Treas. Dept., nov24-2t 1st Agency. To Physicians. If you wish to purchase pure Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals at a small ad vauco on Eastern prices, go and examine K sixer A White's stock, where you will find every arti cle that is needed by the professor, and as prices hint, ran not fx.il to siva satisfaction. Their ore is at No. 31 Main street. mydwtf SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE. RECRUITS WANTED. For the Old 14th Indiana Volun teers. nlHIS REGIMENT HAS PARTICIPATED in the following named battles : Cheat Moun tain, Green Briar, Blue's Gap, Bloomery Furnace, Winchester, Harrison's Landing, Antietam, Fred ericksburg, ChancellorsTille, Gettysburg and Brislow Station. Three hundred and two dollars bounty given to new recruits, Wl given to veteran soldiers who re-enlist. $72 of the bounty money given them as first payment directly after bclinc mustered in. Any one wisnuig to become a raemuor ox mis tried Regiment, will find Headquarters Recruiting Office on corner of Ingle and Central Market streets John Dannatell's Grocery. novlldlm Recruiting Officer I. RITTENBERG, Manufacturer of the newly invented PEHISCOPIO Spectacles AND Army Field Glasses, Superior to all others now iu use. SPY GLASSES, Microscopes, OPERA GLASSES, Marine Spy Glasses, SIMPLE MICROSCOPES, Hunting- Glasses, And all Kinds of OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS Can be had only of No. 67 ain ss x- o & , EVANBVILLE, INDIANA. T RITTENBERG HAS NOW OV IIAVns 1. splendid assortment of Optical Instruments, which he will dispose of at greatly reduced prices ; his goods being all of the very latest im provements in manufacture, consisting of a very large variety of Spectacles from the most common to the very best, viz: The finest duality of Gold Spectacles, these Glasses being constructed on the most accurate adaptation of the Convex Concavo Periscopic principles. Also, Silver of three dif ferent grades of Glasses, So. 1 being on the same principle as the Gold Spectacles. No. 2 is a Peri focal Lense ; No. 3 being a fine Achromatic Lense, mirror shape. In addition to the above I have a fine assort ment of Steel, of the very best quality of Lenses, the frames being grooved into the Glasses. The frames are so fine as to be scarcely visible. No. 2 of steel is Perifocal No. 3 the' globules of a smoked Lense, adapted for weak sight where strong light, snow or wind affects the vision. These Spectacles are a perfect preventative by use ing them constantly, causing the eye to gain its healthy power and retain it to old age. Having had very considerable experience also in cateract eyes, In adapting glasses to snsk vision, would impress on the minds of all persons need ing glasses of any description, to apply for such only to a regular Optician, making that his sole study and business for years, he alone being aide to know from the peculiar anatomy of the eye the nature of the defect, whether arising from weak ness of s'ght, Battening of the pupil, or othor misfortune occurring to the vision. The eye be iug the most delicate organ, and of the most vital importance to the hsppiness and prosperity of man, should never he tampered with, either by the individual or by those who, fur mere profit, take upon themselves the selling of Optical In struments, and who know nothing of the anatomy of the eye, or how to discover the proper glasses to suit tho peculiarity ol the different sights of those needing spectacles. Thousands have lost their vision entirely from not applying to those oaly qualified to know the different defects in each in dividual's sight, aud how to remedy it by wearing tho propor kind of spectacles. I. Rittenberg, having had over twenty-the vears experience as a regular practical optician, can assure those giving him their patronage that by applying to him they can get the very light kind or glasses adapted to their case, and in almost every one secure good eye sight to old age. Noir sighted persons can also obtain of him the latest improvement in spectacles suited to them, being a new invention. 1 have also the most recently new Field Glasses, with Astroraical eyo pieces, being very superior to tbe.old opera glass arrangement. All kinds ot Optical Instruments repaired at the shortest no tice, and tbase having purchased spectacles of inc. and having had the misfortune to break one of the lenses, can have it replaced gratuitously by applv ingto L RITTENBERG, 67 Main Street, Bet. Second and Third Sts., EVANSVILLE, IND. sep. 29. T A EC WOiriCD. 'HE FOLLOWING ARTICLES BEM AININO DR. J. WOODRUFF'S ETVGJ-LISH HORSE LINIMENT, Manufactured by LEICH & CARLSTEDT, Wholesale Druggists, EVANSVILLE, IND. THK LINIMENT HAS BEEN PRESCRTTlEn L by DR. JOSEPH WOODRUFF in a practice i suutr lh cm, years lor Rheumatism, Bruises, Sprains, Ulcerous Sores, Scratches, Wounds, Cracked Heels, Founders, &c, With the most unparalleled success, eff-cting cures In a number of eases where other remedies utterly failed. It U also the best Liniment for the human body ever discoved, having cored per sons who havs been confined to their beds by the most agonizing pains of Rheumatism, Ac, in some cases as long as three years. We do not propose, like so many proprietors of Patent Medicines to gin the favor of the public by publishing the certificates of persons who perhaps never have existed or whoso resi dences are thousands of miles distant from the manufacturer, but feel confident the Liniment w ill speak for itself. We wonld refer to the fol lowing well known citizens and others, who have used the Liniment and are acquainted with its virtues : Petchell A Bowles, Ed. Degarmo, Mrs. Degaraio, Solomon Kahi, Henry Dodenhoff, Ronald Fisher, losephKuhu, Capt. Robinson, Mrs. Ed. Bowk-s, Col. Bheinlauder. John Hewson. We could adj hundred of others, but believe the above to be sufficient. The money will be refunded in all cases where the Linirnsnt does not give satisfaction. ' Price 25 cents per b-ittlo. For sale by LEICH A CARLSTEDT, novin-3m 34 Main Street. NEW BOOKS. STRANGE STORIES OF A DETECTIVE : Or Curiosities of Crime. REJECTED WIFE. By Mrs. Stephens. THE AGE OF FABLE. By Bulfinch. THREE TEARS IN JAPAN. " By Alcock. VOLUNTEER'S BOLL OF HONOR, 25c. PEPE, THE SCOPT. M A RTIN POLE. By the author of Abel Drake's Wax j SILVER STAB. By MavCarleton. L TKMPTAnOS? MARTYN WAKE'S SHADOW OF ASHLTDYAT. ELEANOR'S VICTORY. By the author of Au rora Floyd, 25c SYBIL CAMPBBL1V. By May Carleton. ALL DICKENS' WORKS (In Pamphlet form.) TESTAMENTS WITH NOTES AND PSALMS. FLOWER OF SPRINGTIME A pretty Present fo Children. GODEY'S LADIESIaBOOK FOR DECEMBER. ARTHUR'S HOME MAGAZINE, Do. NEW SUPPLY OF PHOTOGRAPH BIBLES. NKV SUPPEY OF PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. NEW SUPPLY OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS For Bale at DOBELL'S. C ft p a & o ft ft p s o OR ft ft H ft ft NOTICE. GROCERIES. BLASTING POWDER Just JJ sale by received and far 8. K GILBERT A CO., No. 4 Sycamore St. best Blue River re- WHITJS LIM 74 bbls best B , .v.-d this dav. Fr sale bv 8. E. GILBERT A CO., Wo. 4 Sycamore Street. DRY GOODS. Thansgiving Tcrkies. We will have a few fat turkies for sale this morning, suitable for Thanksgiving dinners, at moderate prices. HORKBROOK & CO. jggyMr. Robert P. Jackman died, on the 17th inst., at Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Mr. Jackman held the the position of Auditor of Jefferson county fo eight , years, and, by his faithful performance of "1 Thanksgiving. To-morrow, (Thurs day, Nov.26th,) being Thanksgiving Day the Post Office will be closed from 10 o'clock, A. M. until the mail is ready for delivery iu the evening. The mails will arrive and depart as usual. rrtv't!? A3- H. McXeely, P. M. : .;ti" Aliat as a pn public servant. of a faithful ing deat From East Tennessee. We had the pleasure last night of taking by the hand G G. Brown, the fighting Major of the ttilt Indiana Regiment, who returns to this State for the purpose of recruiting j and strength. -if ,ne luimviuiv TUr. rovnr'!JiinfficC will be closed on Thursday the 'Zbh insi., ccu.u- tothe recommendation of the fresi- A. S. Robinson, Surveyor of Customs. Nov. 24, 1863. ' To the Ladies. Burnet's standard vi i?t.o,i sri remarkable for r lavuring uwuviu To Coniumtlvti The advertiser, having been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after havlne suffered several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease, Consumption- is anxiojs to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To nil who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used (free of charge), with tho direc tions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a so ccK ro CoiestrnmoN, Asthma, Bbokcaitis, 4c. The only object of the advertiser iu tending the prescription is to beneSt the afflicted, and spread information which he conceives to be invaluable; and he hopes every j sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will please ad dress Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburgh, Kings County, New York. The above remedy may be obtained in Evans- ville of Me srs. KELLER A WHITE, Druggists. Call for pamphlet, free of charge. Caution. Wk hate this day obtained a Patent for our Manuiacturies, known as " FAMILY DYE COL ORS." The Dyes manufactured by other persons, under the name of " Domestic Dyes," Ac, are made in violation of our Patent. We cautiou all persons making or selling the same hereatter, that yo shall prosecute for all in- TH.E NEW MY &0BM HflBSB INTENSE E X CITEMENT A T Nos. 14 fc 16 First Street. Boston, Oct. 13, l$63.-nov24-3w Maj. Brown assures us mat vieu. ' side is in no immediate danger. He has a sufficient force and sufficient supplies 1 to resist auti repuise unv attack Long- street mav make, and he considers Long street in a more critical position than Bnrnside Their excellence has secured the reputa tion of being the best in the world. H. A Cook has a full stock. Major, since he mer Brown has done gallant service went For once we take pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to an adver tisement, that of Howe k Stevens,"Fam- ily Dye Colors," in this days paper. These Dves have become a household ne- into the field, and has j ce8Sity and so general in their use mat ited promotion, which we hope tcsee maBy a weU dressed lady finds that many . ... ... :..J vf ,lotp is. needily awarded him. an article ooce rtjcui.cU - i i r . . i i il. enmmaml of i , l :j .r ikon. Tics, nod; as 00d inuueut iu v. , Dy ine aiu u o now forming m this M new One of Hunnewtll'J Great Remedies. HUNNE WELL'S TOLU ANODYNE. This most wonderful and reliable preparation which has earned its true Dame and fame by results which has baffled every other attempt at relief in Neuralgia, Bhmmatitm, Gout, XervoH, Htad Ache, iwfc and Ear Ache, Soveel Complaint, Uyteria, DiOreu offer Eating, Lou of Seep, General Nervous rhiliLi. Paroxisms in ,ioopi3 LoKgit, ana ostium., . declared to be lrgly Sereotu. For the pains in Monthly Menstruation a perfect reuei, wnne un ion's afterwork is undisturbed, and one of its most impotnt points. This valuable preparation should be in every Family, as no description equal' iia real necessity, or its splendid results. J. L. HUNNEWELL, Proprietor. rv,mercial Wharf, Boston. jWFor sale by all wholesale and retail dealers. public auction, at iu o ciock a. m , 10 pay ireigni and charges: 1 pkg, J W Jarrett, Jarrettsville, Ind. 1 do, J S Johnson, Evansvillc. 1 do, J J Kriss, do ldo, Kate Kollans. Morgaufield, Ky. 1 bx, D n Kennedy, Kvansville. 2 pkgs, I) B Kitchen. Polk Patch, Ind. 1 do. M Kruetz, Kvansville. 1 do, P Kloppar, do. 2 pkgs. Col R Kirk ham, Shawneetown, Ills. 1 pkg, J Lynn A Co., Lyunville, Ind. 1 do, Samuel Listen, Kvansville. 1 do, Andrew Langmiiester, Kvansville. I do, Dr A Mayer A Son, do. 1 do, W Muck, do. 1 bdl. Win MeClure, do. 1 keg, B Morris, do. 1 pkg, Mertius A Kreuger, do. 1 c!o, W T MonDta, do. 1 bx, S II Menton, Carmi, Ills. 1 pkg, Mrs Martindale. Newton, Jasper co. Ia'. 1 bx, W P Morse, Evansville pkg, J W Norton. Shawneetown. Ills. 1 do, Mrs S R Neale, Evans', ille, Ind. 1 C bag, "Owner" Miss V H nuiiter, Evansville. I pkg, P G O'Riley, 1 do, Theo Plricsh, " 1 bdl, W Powers, " 1 bx, 2 selves, Josathan Parker, Rockport, Ind. 1 C bag. A Heasnian, Evansville, Ind. 1 bdl, E Perigo, Boouvil'e, Ind. 1 C bag, II Richman, Evansville. 1 pkg, J W Spain, " 1 do, C Schowcnna, " ldo, MSSan-on, " do, J Snener, ' 1 machine. Scantlin A Co , Evansville. 1 pkg, J W Stormonnt, " 1 bdl, Lucy E Simmons, " 1 pkg, J B Stephenson, Caseyville, Ky. 1 do, D S Anderson, Evansville. 1 gun, G W Asbcraft, " 2 pkgs, D S Anderson, 1 trunk, K BecKstein. 1 pkg, Mr Braun, " 1 C bag, P D Bichman, " 1 bx, W 8 Brackett, Carlow, Ky. 1 pkg, G Bowman, Evansville. 1 C bag, Henry Baldwin, Evansville. 1 pkg, 0 W Bradley, ' 1 do, Mary Bruer, " 1 do, W Bunte, Santa Clans, Ind. lbx. Fielding Calvin, Calhoon, Ky., 42d Ind. Regiment. 1 pkg, Mayor A Colin, Evansvill-, Ind. 1 trunk, W Grassland, Shawneetown, Ind. 1 pkg, S H Campbell, Oakland, Ind. 1 do, N J Cowner, Stewartsville, Ind. 1 do, Sarah Calemberger, Henderson, Ky. 1 do, M J Carroll, Evansville, Ind. 1 do, W H Dixon, Oakland, Iud. 1 do, Jno Dailey, Equality, Ills. 1 do, J Downend, Eldorado, Ills. 1 casting, J S Davis, Evansville. 1 package, M Dcmberger, Stewartsville, Ind. 1 So, E J Dobell, Evansville, Iud. 1 do, J Emerick, " 1 do, Graham A Bro, Phillipstown, Ind. 1 bjftf ."lra.jaJ",'-.ara;'JJi , lhdl.F Heranul. " I pkg, Henry Hohl, Santa Clans, Ind. 1 do, J Heme Evavsville, Ind. 1 casting, J M Indicutt, Evansville, Ind. . ' Si. T !!..,. I , ' 1 BliCK, M U IUjlciriouu. Post Office Winter Arrangement. ACCORDING TO THE WINTER TIME Table on the E. A C. B. R., which goes into operation to-day, (Nov. leth), the Mail Train leaves at 9 :25 A. m.. and arrives at G:40 p. h. Tho Post Office will be opened at 7 a. k. and closed at 6 p. e., and will be re-opened at 8 p. M. and closed for the day at u p.m. The deliveries will be closed during the making up of the Railroad Mail in the morning. The office will bo ien from 2 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, as heretofore The Railroad mail will be closed at a. ., after which time no letters can bo 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 li a. m. to go the same day. The Mt. Vernon mail leaves e rery day, except Sunday, at o'clock a. m., and arrives about 1 p. a. The Rockport Land Mall leaves every Monday, Wednesday aud Friday mornings at 7 o'clock a. ni., and arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday eveuings, about 1L o'clock. There is a mail to New Harmony every day ex cept Wednesday apd Sunday. On Monday and Friday letters go din-ct, and should be in by 7 a. lr.nfon? " The direct mail to Cynthiana goes every Thurs day at 5 a. m., returning the ssme day about It p. m ' vntiiiana letters go tin Princeton, aad not The direct mail to Petersonrgn arnNeu e..j Friday morning andlSaves at 111 a. TO. the sam day. Petersburg!! letters go via Princeton and Washington daily. Tne Hickory Branch mail arrives at Sam. every Saturday, and leaves at 10 a. m. the same day. Letters for the Green River cotiatry go via Oweusboro and Henderson, thero being no direct mail. The schedule time for the Louisville river mail is for Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m. to arrive, and Monday, Wedaasday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 p at. to depart. By special permission tho Monday boat leaves at noon. These boats are not under contract to carry the mail to Henderson. The schedule time for the Cairo river mall is for Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, at miilniirht to arrive, and Monilav. Tuesdav, Ttiur- day and Saturday at 2 p m. to depart. Bpecial ,rmission has lieen iriven to leave on Wednesday instead of Tuesday, aud to leave at noon instead of 2 p. m. in times of obstruction to navigation. All matter tor Cairo auu iouisviiie is scui wj reuirunu dajly. Post Office time, tbe clock at the .. A C. it. a. depot. JAMES H. McNEEEY, P. M. Evansville, Ind., Nov. 16, 1863,-lwdAw GROCERIES. COTTON YARNS 2.' BAGS MAYSVILLE 500's and 000's ; for sale by S. E. GILBERT A CO., oc22 No. 4 Sycamore Street. I7XTRA FLOUR 100 BBLS. ON CONSIGN- Xi ment ; for sale at E. GILBERT A CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street. WITHOUT DELAY, TO oc22 STAR bv oc22 CINNAMON 200 MATS FOR SALE LOW TO the trade by S. E. GILBERT A CO., oc22 No. 4 Sycamore Street. CANDLES 1O0 BOXES; FOB SALE S. E. GILBERT A CO.. Fo. 4 Sycamore Street. FRESH FIGS 500 just received by irums very choice quality K. GILUEKT A Oil. ""10RN BROOMS 150 dozen just received and I ... . , . . i r i . t i -.- , . tor sale Dy a. uildf;hi a, vu.. No. 4 Sycamore Street. OYRUPS 125 whoie and half barrels for sale O low by S. E. GILBERT A CO , No. 4 Sycamore Street l OVERXMENT NORTRERN PITCH 10 bbls VJT for Bale by S. E. GILBERT A CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street WELL BUCKETS 50 dozen for sale by S. E. GILBERT A CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street. 1 pkg, Journal Co., 1 do, U . novt0-2m Evansville, Ind. yx J . iW. Knmnunil of 113 app'"-""-"" i.., 1-Xlth Reciinent, District, would, we have no doubt, give great satisfaction to all loyal men in this v Nioht's Estertaismbkt. The preparations being made by the la- dies of the First (O. S.) Presbyterian j Church for their promenade concert and oyster supper on Friday night give as surance that it will be one of the most delightful reunions of the season, and te espect to see Masonic Hall crowded lt r-nnacitv. No effort will be to ll ululv"' r - wanting to make it worthy of v.v.eral natronage, aside from of the object for which it is gotten up. GROCERIES. COOLIDGE'S. Where yon will nd them openlBg the largest assortment of " Almonds. Filberts. Brazil h "'uu Jlrln Wooden Bowls. XS-rE. ai Currants, Rock Candy, A CARD. Evansville, Nov 20th, 1So3. Tlnckets. Strawberry and Wooden Bowls, English Pnrrsntl. Rock Candy, OyXs.Sof, Horse andScrubbing Brushes , LV steT Sardines, Alum, Epsom Sa ... MBn.- jieras, Bluo, Indi tar. Soda, Bed Cords ot ail kinds kinds Pntton Yarn, ac auu . Jantr. 1 do, J J Jarret, Jarrettsville, Ind. 1 do, G Thomptou, ivansviue. 1 do, W H Thompson, " 1 bx. Col. Von Traboa, " 1 pkg, W W Ware, Hopkinsville, 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, Evansville, Ind. 1 do, J Wise, Henderson. 1 do, J P Wilson, Newburg, Ind. 1 do, W J Whiting, Oynthiana, Ind. 1 do, J K Weaaer, Poseyville, Ind. 1 do, P Zenthofer, Evansville. 1 pair boots, no mark, Evansville. noVi CHAS. S. WENTZ, Agent. COTTON BATTING 50 bales for sale low by tf. K. GILiBKRT A CO., S. E. 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CALDWELL'S, No. 9 First Street. OI FISH 2,000 lbs. new Cod Fish just re ceivedat NO. 9 sIIlsT aTKKKT. s MORED HALIBUT 200 lbs. Smoked Halibut for sale at NO. 9 FIRST STREET COOPER ISINOGLASS 5 boxes Cooper's Seined Isingglasa just received at NO. 9 FIRST STREET. GOLD, SILVER, Demand Notes, tfERMICELLI AND MACCABONI V 10 25 n boxes Maccaroni ; 10 do do Vermicelli; 20 12 do do. ; 20 do do Maccaroni.; Just received at WM. CALDWELL'S, No. 9 First Street. CH0CLATE 4 boxes Premium Choclato; 3 bora Sweet French Chocalate; 2 boxes De Saute do. ; 3 b.ues Baker's s do ; 3 boxes Norfolk Co. do; Ju.t received at NO. 9 FIRST STREET. STOVE WORKS. j-AnTt. mt in bids, best refined white for j sale by S. E. GILBERT A CO., No. 4 8ycamore Street. O WEET CIDER 10 barrels choice Sweet Cider, O made from selected W inter Appies, ai DRY GOODS. ATTKK A THOROCGH EXAMINATION OF W ...I nr-ua nf S f J 1 .1 A and FanCV fill Other UnCUrrent lllOney bOUgM Dry Goods and Notions, we have no donbt in U giaici uuviuiv j a satisfying the closest buyers that our stock cannot i... ...o.n.tjul. anil that 11 IS IO meir iineiesv i at the highest market value. buy frim us. SCHAPKF.R A BtSSING. No. 49 Main Street. H. A. COOK'S. NOTICE. A T OF W. G. we, bis administrators, Cocoeras, Madder, """" '"CVi.-'Iii Tndiiro. iogwood, '-, ,-rr J, 'Tobacco of all Extract of Cream Tar . ., i w.j. Rlai-tiDe. Damn, suiukS.i - 18T1 10 say IO V C j, iute of Cotton, Wrapping riol, Campnor, "V nennnd Ginrer. Castile narirt? to put up this dirty canal ice, for the purpose of supplying the retail trade rfLSST next slon, if they will call upon me I jSjjffiX Lanterns, Turn- Matches. Pickles, Tomato Catsup.Powder, misiaru, i . c. a -r, Vin- can convince them that the arrange. ' nX. c.p, and Fancy Paper, Wrap- menu I have made lor the coming season t p-ng Paper, Envelopes. .v "---p gk. ill enable me to supply them upon such Twi Wooden ; Bowl, jujub with a good article, that they ; namon Splriis Turpentine, .11 Ever offered in this market ft Rich Silk and Dress Goods. They Maw Competitors tills side of Haw York City. Embroidered Edgings and Innert ings, Real Laces, Dress Trimmings, Ladies' Cloth and Beaver Cloak., Point Lass Collars and Sets, fcc, Ate. T. W. BBIXKMITEB. HEl BLIND SOUTHERN STOVE WO&KS. BR1NKMEYER 8l CO., Manufacturer of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings, House, Fronts, Verandas, Balconies, Castings In General, C0PPEB, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, Ac W Sales Room Main Street, opposite Court H IWr Fonndery Near the Mouth of Pigeon Creek EVANSVILLE, IND. ORDERS SOLICITED .Sm my9 Public Sale, THE LATE RESIDENCE HffiTlF.S. deceased, will, on the 28th day or Koveraoer, leoo, Satur day), sell to the highest bidder, who will give bond witn apprceu eecuiitj, ""' " and apparatus of the Saw and Grist Mill of the said Hughes, together with all tbe lumber in the mill yard. The lumber will be sold on a credit until the 1st of March next, and the mill, machinery- and fixtures will be sold on a credit by eaual installments, payable on the 1st of March, .i t,itnf Sentcmtier. There is a laijro amount of lumber on hand, and the mill is the best in the county. . All those indebted to the estate are for the last time invited to come forward and settle. JONA B. HUGHES. DANIEL H. HUGHES. KoTsmber3. 1864. LYON. Cloaks aud Shawls. WE HAVE NOW 0 HAND THE LABG est stock of Cloth Cloaks and Shawls of every description ever brought to tnis city, aud sell them at wholesale or retail as cheap as they i can be found anvwhere in the West. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, No. 49 Main street. Blankets aud Coverlids. A LARGE STOCK OF BLANKETS AND Coverlids, of the beet make, on hand and selling cheap. 6CHAPEER A BUSSING. No. 49 Main Street. terms, will do better to buy of me at prices . .Pu i w Joy, rain.. ' -wr-g - a w. r IT -niTRT A i.'lJ.. NOTICE TO FARMERS. HE HIGHEST CASH PU1UJS3 rAiu ru . " Hoods and Nubias. TTTT51 "RURAL AMERICAN tt is an acknowledged fact that EP - ' 1 Scbapker A Bussing have the best stock of Tle Best Paper lor r '-" ' - - - ---- nCKMi, a..d Sub.aa ana sen xoeiu euouiier iuu u, Growers-Elgnt for only Twenty Subseribrrs. T WANT 10 000 CLUB AOEST3 TO CIRCU I late the Bt-RAt American, Utica, New urlt. Volume VIII commence. January 1st, IMS, paper i....,:l. r in December. Tills 13 de- iree j---"--. . a ,i .!. he best anu cnespesi - ai oniy i i , ,.t1,r hitiiKe in the citv. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, No. 49 Main Street. DRY GOODS. the most the merit T mm fftve them, than to bother putting i fcraisiowby l can give i . , rtttf i -... il aa ia naiiAllY savtfu ft. luio ' up such j i nlace. Edward Ingle. Nov. 25th tf. a V filtRlCHT X CV., No. 4 Sycamore Street. SW ORLEANS SUG ARd,. prim, for No. 4 Sycamore Strsat. Claa.nd.lei's I31oclc, No's. 14 & 16 First Street, (Two door West of Pott Office,) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. mylg J. T. A S. A. COOLIDGE. Arrival of Goods Much Needed ttti HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS. Plaid lixxyv 4-4 Osnaburgs ana jerseys. T1 HIDES, FEATHERS, BEANS, CLOVER SEED, GRASS SEED, FURS, WOOL, DRIED FRDTT, FLAX SEED, BEESWAX, GINSING, And all kind, of Country Produce byjMBERTs Orncx At It. Tjoewenthal & Co.'s Store, corner of Main and First Streets. nov5-3m cid-dlv , . ,.,.,.r In .rial.nlT. I and every eul-criber receives two o. GRAPE VlJ.iJS Known io., .'.., V exnense. or osi doilar's worth of Rl Ml.LL s GREAT PROLIFIC STBAWBEBRV PLANTS tbe lareest and most producthe iu the world, many of which are actually as large as itKire' egos 1 uprTTwnuin who remits 1 will ruceive the psper free t(. January next, and through 1S04 for i,i. mnnpr! Sam nle conies sent tree to all appli- i cants, with full details. Positively I offer the best I ........ tt. Pnatmasters and tither club aftents of anv 1 other publisher iu this country. EIGHT DOL LARS in premiums for every club of twektt sub- scribers! I have an immense supply of the choic est grape vines, all of which are to be trie to my subscribers! Send for specimen copies immedi- I ately, and address T. B. Miner, Clinton, Oneida Ccmity, N. T. novlft-Sw Milliuery at Wholesale and Retail. OUR STOCK OF MILLINERY HAVING just been re-assorted, our stock in every par ticular is second to none in tfie West, to which we respectfully call the attention of the wholesale and retail trade. - - SCHAPKER A BUSSING, Ho. 49 Main Street. PAPER MILLS. EVANSVILLE PAPER MILLS, LEICH k CARLSTEDT, Agents. For sale at aovzi KEEN A PRESTON'S. NOTICE. NOTIFY ALL PERSONS indebted to us not to pay any monies due ns to O. H . Stinson, as he is not in our employ. nov3 MORGAN, BEAD A CQ. tiTK HEREBY V COW PEED. 5 TONS OF CITY BRAN JUST RECRIVKD Bring in your orders. Also, 2,000 bbls whit Hashannock Fotatoes. For sale at "ov.il ELLIOTT'S Famib Grocery. MANUFACTURE: WRAFTtNG PAPER miuIio anv made, and at Clajsixisti prices. Prices sent on application i ma4Sc"t. jylOdem VV