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FOB DAILY. ne year 6 00 Six months 3 00 Three months 1 50 Supplied by carriers at 12 cents per week. FOB NVEKKLY. nree months .. 8 x months -.. S5 ne Tear 1 60 FOB TRI-WEEKLY. tix months 2 00 One year 00 EVANSVILLE DAILY JOURNAL. sa I " " three " ... 1 25 MORNING EDITION. j ;: LJr- ' , . j One square, one insertien no ' I For each subsequent insertion 50 VOLUME XVI. EVANSVILLE, IND., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1863. ESTABLISHED, 1831 j J MEDICAJi. S. W. THOMPSON, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office akd Besidihcx No. Sa Wiucui Stkkkt (At Br. Ronald's Old Stand.) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. nov2D-ly IVORYTYPES, PHOTO 6BAFS AXD Oard Pictures. ALSO, WEDDING CARDS, Mounted In Beautiful Style, AT Adam's PHotofrrapnie Gallery, OVER POST-OF IC LAW CARDS. WS&. H. WALKER, Jr , ATTORNEY AT LAW, EVANSVILLE, IND., OfHee on Third Street, octi:;-ly Opposite Conrt House. CHARLES DENBY, Attorney at Lawj Hu resumed the practice of Law. Office on Third Street, middle of Hall's Block, up stairs. hbi JAMES -A-ttorney RE ID, at Law AXD COLLECTING AGENT. OFFICE On Third Street, third door from Main Street, In the I'miviit City Dank Building, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA Uhi-ly I Jas. T- Walker, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND Agent for obtaining Pensions, Back Pay and Bounty FOB DISCUABGED SOLDIER, AND FOB the Widows and other legal representative of those who dio in the scrvico of the United States. Office on the North-West side of Third Street, near the Washington House nil nearly opposite the Conrt Hon-, Kvansvilte, Indiana. AU business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. jylS-1, mi . SASH AND DOORS. JAMES STEELE, (Successor to Stkklk ft Huavet,) SECOND ST., BET. CHESTNUT AND CUE UK Y, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA SASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS Dressed Lumber Boards, Laths, Ac, of every description constantly on hand. P:ckiug Boxed of all kiuds made to or erder. Sawing of every kind done on the shortest notice. aplS-ly W HUNNELL, CORiR WALNUT STREET AND CANAL, EVANSVILLE I N D Has on hand the largest lot of Sasnes, Doors, Blinds, Frames, c, Ever Mannfactured in the West. CHEY ARE OF MY OWN MAZE. I have also a fine lot of Whito Tine and Popular Flooring. Moulding of all kinds niad'iand sawing of all descriptions doue at the shortest notice. BOOTS & SHOE s. V I e ets o. B-t.iil Dealers and Manufactures of BOOTS 8l SHOES. No. 38 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. V7E EiTE NOW ON HAND A LABGE VV mi'! well selected stock of Eastern and home made G.ods, consisting of all descriptions of Ladles', Misses', lien's and Boys' Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers, Which we oner for sale as low as any house in the city. AU our work is warranted. seplti MILLER ft CO. MARBLE WORKS. Just Received, Direct froct the Quarries, the The Finest Stock of Marble Kit brought te this market, and for sale at STREET & YOUNG'S American and Italian Marble Manufactory, WARE AMD SALES KOOBI -To. 1Q4 MAIN STREET, Near the Canal. Our facilities for furnishing those wishing JIOXIMEXTS, GRAVESTONES, TOMBS, MANTLES, r auything else in onr line, are unsurpassed In he West Our Stock of Marble is complete, having been I ecU'd with grral care at the Quarries. BiylidAw UHLH0RN ft BRIN EM AN, (Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in 1MERICAX ND ITALIAN MARBLE. 3Iain Street Near Court House. SYASSVILLK, - - - INDIANA j JVMonuments, M ties. Tombs, Vsses, and all inds of Furniture W Sneatly and promptly ex cuted in the latest an t -.-st styles. deel WATCHES & JEWELRY. J. L. BITTROLFF, JR., No. 1, North First Stree. An entirely new Stock of Watches and Jewelry, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, &c. T WOCLD tjptPCTI!TLLY INF0BM THE public that I have opened an entirely new and l . . . s .L. . ....!. whn'h n.iT. -..-v r .h,,ve rood, which, hav in. hn Lou -Ill for cish. I am prepared to sell at as low as the lowest, and warrant every article to be just as represented. Prom long ex perience in the bnsince. I am confident of giving satisfaction, and hope to merit hare of tb pub lic patronage - - - Personal aiienuon paiu to iojwi , Clucks and Jewelry. J. L. BITTROLFF, Jr., No. 1. North Firt Street. octtf-lmdJkw WATCHES & JEWELRY. WATCHES AND JEWELRY, AT Wholesale and Retail. GEO. A. BITTR0LFF Has just opened at the old stand TVo- 48 v.ir Trr-T One of the largest and best selected stocks of WATCHES, CLOCKS AND J" 33 W 253 L ", Diamond Rings and Pins, Silver Ware, Silver Cups, Soup Ladles, Table and Tea Spoons, Napkin Kings, Butter Knives, C ildrens1 Setts, &c.. &c. Plated Ware, Full Tea Sets, Castors, Pitchers, Cups, Butter Dishes, Salt-Cellars, Goblets, Jewelry, A full assortment ot all kinds of Spectacles, Watch Materials, Watch Glasses, &c, ft c. Having bought my stock for Cash, I can sell at the lowest figures for Cash. Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. GEO. A. BITTBOLFF, sep5 No. 48 Main Street. STOVES, &c. e- H O to U a t o a w Q m Q W M o - w o S3 O o o b CO e w H U - u o d H 8P Q O S t) m v o t-t o f "1 o P B -t 0 (D 0 m 01 o to a o o up o I ft 0 H 50 Cu o cr 3 O p -' 03 cr- o o r p I? i w o B r O m NOTICE. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. o r Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils. The undersigned pay their Particular Attention To the sale of tho above articles, and SOAP STOCKS GENERAUV. Consignments sent to them will be PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF and Quick Returns Made on very advanced terms. We mail onr Weekly Ctrlar gratis to all sending their address to ABRAM KDIUHT SONS, 23 Water Street, X. Y. City. iyindi:m H jRDWARE. HARDWARE AT LOW PRICES. Meat Cutters and Sausage Stuf fier ; Tatent Meat Cut'ers and Stuf fers, (cemhlned) ; 0 si a K Axes, Lippiucott's, and Taneyck's ; White's Axe Handles and Wedges ; Wood. Hand and Ripping Saws ot Spear ant Jackson, Diss ton's and others ; Cross (.'nt Saws, patent; . cjmuion and Mill Saws, Rowland's, Ac. ; bwiit s r nes, ui. Basors; Table and Pocket Cutlery ; Shears and Scissors , Tea and Table Spoens ; Tea and Connter Scales; Scale Beams; r h HW CO 1 3 w v. h Rutche! Knives and Saws ; Wilson's Steels ; Cleavers and Choppers ; Molasses Cates and Cedar fau cets; Hay aad Straw Knives ; Graiu and Coal Shovels; Shovels and padc ; Chains Log. Trace and Halter Natl; geives and Bat Traps; Brushes and Curry Com ; 1 2 6 W Mb Door Locks, Hinges and Serews Q ! Chain Pumps ; Ohio Tool Co. Truss Hoops ; Planes and ( Barton' Cooper T ols ; i Cabinet Hardware ; ' Shovels, Tongs and Stands ; s s 9. e B S3 Steel Fire Setts. For sale by JACOB 8TBATJB A SON PUBLISHED BY JA.MKS H. McNEELY. F. M. THATEB. JNO. H. McNEELY. rK DEB. THE FIKM OF THE Evansville Journal Company. Journal TixxilcLing-s, LOCDST STREET, BETWEEN FIBST AND WATEB. TnCBSDAY NOVEMREB 26 A National Thanksgiving BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED OF AMERICA. A PROCLAMATION. STATES The year drawing towards its close has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they come, others have been added, which are of so extra ordinary a nature that they cannot fail to penetrate and soften even the heart which is habitually insensible to the ever watchful providence of Almighty God. In the midst of a civil war of unequal ed magnitude and severity, which has sometimes seemed to foreign States to invite and provoke aggression, peace has been preserved with all nations; or der has been maintained, the laws have been respected and obeyed, and harmo ny has prevailed elsewhere, except in the theatre of military conflict; while that theatre has been greatly contracted by advancing armies and navies of the Union. Needful diversions of wealth and strength from the fields of peaceful in dustry to the national defence have not arrested the plow, the shuttle, or the ship. The axe has enlarged the bor ders of our settlements, and the mines, as well of iron and coal as of the pre cious metals, have yielded even more abundantly than heretofore. Population has steadily increased, notwithstanding the waste that has been made in camp, the siege, and the battle-field; and the country, rejoicing in the consciousness of augmented strength and vigor, is per mitted to expect continuance of years, with a large increase of freedom. No human counsel hath devised, nor hath any mortal hand worked ont these great things. They are the gracious gifts of the Most High God, who, while dealing with us in anger for our sins, hath nevertheless remembered mercy. It has seemed to me fit and proper that they should be solemnly, reverentially, and gratefully acknowledged as with one heart and voice by the whole American people. I do therefore invite my fellow-citizens, in every part of the United States, and those who are at sea, and those who are so journing in foreign lands t set apart and observe the last Thursday of November next, as a day of Thanksgiving and Praise to our benificent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens. gfAnd I recommend to them that, while offering up the ascriptions justly due to Him for such singular deliverance and blessings, they do also, with humble pen itence for our national perverseness and disobedience, commend to his tender care all those who have become widows, orphans, mourners, or sufferers in the lamentable civil strife in which we are unavoidably engaged, and fervently im plore the interposition of the Almighty Hand to heal the wounds of the nation and restore it as soon as may be consis tent with the Divine purpose to the full enjoyment of peace, harmony, tranquili ty and union. In testimony whereof, I have set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the city of Washington this third day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-three, and of the Independence of the L. 8. United States the eighty-eighth. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. By the President: William. H. Seward, Secretary of State. Meeting of tub Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. of Indiana. The Grand Lodge of ! Odd rellows of Indiana met in their Hall in Indianapolis, on Tuesday after noon of last week, and adjourned Thurs day. There was a large attendance, and much important business transacted. J. S. Harvey, Grand Master, presided. The report of the Grand Secretary fur nishes a large amount of information re specting the operations and condition of the Order in the State. We compile the following aggregate for the six months ending in June last: Initiations, 550; rejections, 48; ad mitted by card, 104; withdrawn by card, 110; reinstatements, 77; suspensions, 224; expulsions, 10; deaths, 78; Past Grands, 2,264; number of contributing members, 7,954; number of ladies re ceiving the degree of Rebekah, 70. Resources of Lodges $237,161 21 Receipts of Lodges 3,97S H Expenses of Lodges 2S.499 49 Dues to Gr.tnd Lodges 2.920 36 Orphan Fund 92,278 Number of Brothers relieved Number of Widowed Families relieved ....S38 .... 67 'Brothers $7,536 93 Amount paid for relief of Widowed Families 813 73 Amount paid for Educat ing Orphans 730 86 Amount paid for Burying the Dead 2,535 60 Amount paid for other charltakle purposes 1,066 39 Total for relief and charity S12.6S3 51 . The number of members of the order who have entered the army, and the po sitions they hold in it is shown by the following statement made up from the reports of one hundred and thirty-seven Lodges, leaving twenty unreported: Volunteers Whole number of enlist ments, 1,205; Brigadier Generals, 7; i Colonels, 36; Lieutenant Colonels, 25; ' Majors, 17; Captains, 149; Lieutenants, j 185; Sergeants, 111; Corporals, 62; Pri ' vates, 472; Adjutants, 10; Qnartermas Iters. 20; Chaplains, 17; Surgeons, 26; ; Assistant Surgeons, 10; Musicians, 33; j Wagon Masters, 6; Officers in the Navy, j 14; Sutlers, 5. Casualties Killed, 32; died of disease I contracted in the service, 47; wounded, 48; discharged for disability, 110; time expired, 52; resigned for disability, 115. Total, 404. Now in service, 801. This is a record highly Honorable to i the fraternity, and attests the loyalty of ; the Odd Fellows of Indiana i At the morning session the following officers were elected: M. W. Grand Master, Dennis Gregg, I Tnrlinnanolis. I I P W TLirmtv fJrnnil Mftstfir. John T. Sanders, Jeffersonville. R. W. Grand Warden, P. S- Hoffman, Madison. R. W. Grand Secretary, E. H. Barry, Indianapolis. R. W. Grand Treasurer, Theodore P. Haughey, Indianapolis. U. Ken. li. Li. U. J. S. Harvey, In dianapohs. Alt. G. Rep. G. L, U. S., H. D. Scott, Terre Haute. Trustees Grand Lodge F. M. Church man, H. A. Fletcher, and Alex Metzger, Indianapolis. ENCAMPMENT. At a meeting of the Grand Encamp ment, held on Tuesday, the following of ficers were elected: M. W. G. Patriarch Leo aid as Sexton, Kustmlle, Ind M. E. G. H: Priest Rev. Cyrus Nutt, i Bloominton R. W. G. 8enior Warden S. Frazier, G re e D w ood, R. W. G. Junior Warden U. P. Tuley, Bloomington. R. W. G. Scribe E. H. Barry, Indi anapolis. R. W. G. Treasurer Theo. P. Haugh ey, Indianapolis. W. G. Sentinel Christopher Toler, Madison. Dep. G. Sentinel Jacob Williams, In dianapolis. G. Rep. G. L. U. S. L M. Campbell, Danville. Act G. Rep. G. L. U. S. Rev. T. G. Beharrell, Jeffersonville. INCIDENTS OF CHICK AM A VGA. The Chicago Journals correspondent furnishes the following thrilling incidents of the battle of Chickamauga : But here is a little story of something that came out of the leaves on Sunday, whence, as from a first meridian, they yet reckon at Chattanooga. I had it in mind to tell a dozen letters ago, but it has slip ped out of sight till now. At one time there was a lull in the battle ; at least it had gone shattering and thundering down the line, and the boys were as much "at ease " as boys cmn be upon whom, any moment, the storm mar roll back again. To be sure, occasional shot, with now and then a cometary shell, kept them alive, but one of the boys ran down to a little spring, and toward the woods where the enemy lay, for water. He had just stopped and swung down his canteen, when Vck a rifle ball struck it at an angle and bounded away. He looked around an instant, discovered nobody, thought it a chance shot a piece of lead, you know, that goes at a killing rate with out any malice prepense and so, nowise infirm of purpose, he again bent to get the water. Ping a second bullet cut the cord of his canteen and the boy " got the idea ;" a sharpshooter was after him, and he wont to the right about and double quick to the ranks. A soldier from an other part of the line made a pilgrimage to the spring, was struck, and fell by its brink. But where was the marksman ? Two or three boys run out, to draw his fire while others watched. Crack went the piece again, and some keen-eyed fel low spied a puff of smoke rolling out from a little cedar. That was the spot, then; the rebel had made him a hawk's nest in choice Indian, a Chattanooga, in the tree, and drawing the green covert around him, was taking a quiet hand at " steeple shooting at lung range. A big, blue-eyed German, tall enough to look over into the third generation, and a sharpshooter withal, volunteered to dislodge him. Dropping into a little run away, that neared the tree diagonally, he turned upon his back and worked himself cautiously along ; reaching a point peril ously close, he whipped over, took aim as he lay, and Ood and his true right hand " gave him good deliverance." Away flew the bullet; an instant elapsed, the volume of the cedar parted, and " like a big frog," as the boys described it, out leaped a gray-back ; the hawk's nest was empty, and a dead rebel lay un der the tree. It was neatly done of the German man grown. May he live to tell the story a thousand times to his moon faced grandchildren. The "idea" that the first boy at the spring " got," might be pleasanter , when the notion that somebody is making a target of you creeps with its chilly feet slowlyupyour back, you can hardly help shrinking into yourself just a little, though you may not be quite ready to own it. I recall in this connection an incident de rived from the Division Surgeon, who played a part in it. He was riding ac- cross a field where the battle had raged fiercely, but just swept on, and was mak ing Lis way slowly across the drifts of friend and foes the blue and the gray together when a wounded Federal soldier asked for water. The Surgeon gave him the draft, when a voice from a gray heap near by said, " Won't you give me one, too, Doctor ?" " Certainly I will;" and he was just raising the rebel and bring ing round the canteen slung under his arm to put it to his lips when a cannon shot from a rebel battery struck the earth on one side: a second bounded by on tho other. The man looked upinto the sur geon's face with a half smile, " I am afraid they mean us Doctor." At that instant a third shot hit the target, and a headless trunk fell from the supporting arm. There was another dead rebel. Of a trnth they did " mean us," and the sur geon hastened away. Shell are queerly behaved things, of ten harmless against all probabilities, and, when you would think they must be deadly, only patching thunder. If a shell passes you by only a few feet bej fore it bursts, you are pretty sure to be good for the next one that comes, since each fragment takes away its share of the motion and flies. If a shell shows simptoms of " making a landing " just to be toward and past the shell, but how rapidly one could ran in that direction I have no means of knowing, having never seen the man that tried it A solid shot is the most deceptive of projec tiles. It may seem to move lazily, to be almost dead, but so long as it moves at all beware of it Just before the battle an artilleryman received his discharge for disability, but delaying, for some reason, his northward journey, he was yet with his battery on the eve of the en gagement, and true to his instincts, took his old place beside the horse and was just preparing to mount, when a solid shot ome ricocheting across the field, bound ed up and struck him in the lower part of the body, Crying out, '' I've got the I first ticket boys ! ne sanic down, ana only added, with that strange Ureau of a little hurt a terribly wounded man always seems to feel, " lay me down by a tree where they wont run over me.' They complied with his request, hastened into position and saw him no more. The poor fellow's discharge was confirmed by Heaven. Now that fatal ball, when having finished its work there, it leaped lazuy on, pushed out tne sum oi tne ar tillerist's coat as a hand would move a curtain, without rending it. They have the strangest pets in the army, that nobody would dream of "tak ing to" at home, and vet they are little touches of the gentler nature that give you some such cordial feeling when yon see them as I am told residents of Bour bon county, Kentucky, habitually experi ence at so much a gallon. One of the boys has carried a red squirrel through "thick and thin " over a thousand miles. "Bun" eats hard tack like a veteran, and has the freedom of the tent An other's affections overflow upon a slow winking unppecul&iive little owl, cap- tured in Arkansas, and bearing a name with a classical 8 uack to it Minerva. A third gives his heart to a young Cum berland Mountain bear, but chief among , camp pets, are dogs. Riding on the j saddle-bow, tucked into baggage-wagon, mounted on knap-sacks, growling under the gun, are dogs brought to a prema ! ture end as to ears and tails and yel j low at that ; pug-nose, square-headed I brutes, sleek terriers, delicate morsels of spaniels, "Tray, blanche, Sweetheart, little doas and alL'' A dog, like a horse, comes to love the rattle and crash of musket and cannon. There was one in an Illinois regiment, and, I rather think, regarded as belonging to it, though his name might not be on the muster roll, that chases half-spent shot as a kitten frolicks with a ball of worsted. He has been under fire and twice wounded, and left l e tip of his tail at the battle of Stone River. Woe to the man who shall wantonly kill him. But I was especial ly interested in the fortunes of a little white spaniel that messed with a batteiy aud delighted in the name of " Dot'1 No matter hat was up, that fellow's silken coat must be washed every day, and there was need of it, for when the battery was on the march, they just plunged him into the sponge bucket not the tidiest chamber imaginable that swings like its more peaceful cousin the tar-bucket, and the rear axle of the gun-carriage plumed him in that, clap ped on the cover, and Dot was good for an inside passage. OLe day the battery crossed a stream and the water came well near up to the guns. Nobody thought of Dot, and when all across, a gunner looked into the bucket ; it was full of water, and Dot was as dead as a little dirty door-mat Departed, mourn ed and buried, it is time I put a dot to his story. That nearly all our gallant, noble dead remain nnburied on the field of Chickamauga must send a thrill of hor ror through the land ; that they lie where they fell, appaling and ghastly objects, denied the poor hospitality of the grave-digger, and offending the sun shine. The words " man " and " hu manity " should be blotted out of the rebel lexicons. How shall I say it ? the birds of prey settle upon that field and swine fatten their way through the fallen ranks of glory ! I have this from sources too many and direct ; the horri ble assertion is not shaded by a doubt And yet, the rebels passed days in pick ing up fragments of iron, broken arms, anything that could possible be made of use, with which the field was strewn, and were only driven off when all the heavy air was poisoned by the unburied. "Look on this picture and on this" day before yesterday the gallant Hooker's Federal soldiers consumed the hours in giving burial to the rebels who fell in the recent battle. Are the feet of the aveng ing gods shod with wool, that we cannot hear their steps upon the threshhold, hastening to punish the incredible bar barity of those traitors whose guns are playing as I write traitors to Govern ment, God and mankind. B. F. T. TINWARE. B MASKER Wo. 72 MAIN STREET, Would inform his numerous custo mers and the public in general that he is going out of business on the 1st of next January. In order to do so, he intends to offer his entire Stock, consisting in part of STOVES, TINWARE, 3 itt ,, w ajre AND JAPANNED-WARE, &c, At Cost for Cash Only, Without any Respect of Persons Whatever, NOW IS THE TIME TO PROCURE BAR GAINS in my line of business. Thos- who -" - J. B. MESKER. N. B. All those owing me are respectfully in vited to call and settle their bills at once without delay. oct21-2m GROCERIES. HENRY LUTZ, Dealer in a-nocjiisiiiEs PROVISIONS, Cor. Chesnnt Street and the Canal EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. I HAVE RETURNED HOME FROM TnE army, and am ready to see my old customers. and the pnblic generally, at the old stand. Tho highent market price paid for PRODUCE. I am also prepared to accommodate people attend ing Market with board and lodging, and will also take care of their horses and wagens, having a good stable and wagon-yard. My Bar is also open for customers. H. LUTZ. oct6-lwdAlmw Samuel E. Oilbkbt. William R. Bakeb. S, E. GILBERT & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Sycamore Street, bet. Water and First, Kvansville, Ind. A toll assort r-nt of Groceries always en hand, ad for aale At the lowest priCAfi. HOTEL. Crescent City Hotel. Mrs. A. Webb, Proprietress. ON WATER, BET. MAIN A LOCL'ST STS., (Opp. Steamboat Landing,) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. sF A watch for Steamboats kept at all hour. MRS. WEBB TAKES PLEASURE IN AN nounclng to ths public generally that she hss not sold out the Crescent City Hotel, ss re ported, bat is still carrying on at the old stand, en Water, between Main aud Locust streets, and i would still solicit a share of the pullic patron - age. nov2l-6m HARDWARF. 6EI. S. SOHHUG & CO., Jobbers and Importers. Hardware and Cutlery Our Fall 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 offer the lollowing in large quantites: TABLE CUTLEBY, EnglUh. TABLE CUTLERY, American. TABLE CUTLERY, English. TABLE CUTLEBY, American. POCKET CUTLERY POCKET CUTLERY POCKET CUTLERY. j POCKET CUTLEBY. CHOPPING AXES. CHOPPING AXES. CHOPPING AXES. CHOPPING AXES. SHEARS AND BCrSOBB SHEARS AND SCISSORS SHEAMS A ND SCtSSOBS SHEABS ANB Si :SS0RS TABLE A Nil TEA SPOONS. TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. MILL AND CUT SAWS HILL AND CI C SA W8 WOOD AND HAN SAWS. WOOD AND HAND SAWS BUILDER'S HARDWARE. MECHANICS TOO LB. BUILDER'S HARDWARE MECHANICS TOOLS. GUNS AND PISTOLS. CARTRIDGES AND CVS CAPS. GUNS ATD PISTOLS. CARTRIDGES AND Gl N CAPS PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES. PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES. SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS. SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS. GEO. S. SO.YN'T AG CO., No. lO Main Street. QUEENS WARE, &c. China, Glass ASD Queens ware, I have now on hand, and am daily receiving additions thereto, one of the Liarsest Stook n or CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENS WARE Ever brought to the West, and aim determined that no necessity shall exist for Merchants to go East for their Queens ware. Pnrch.asers j&y jpj eik?a-f6f themselves, at No. 18 Main Street. Common Ware furnished alone if desired. oc26 M. A. LAWRENCE. STEAM BAKERY. "Rroorl fnr f.ho TTiTno-iTr ' NEW STEAM BAKERY, LVo. XI WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. WE DESIRE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS of Evansville, and the community in gen eral, that our NEW STEAM BAKERY, MO. 11 WATER. STREET,' Is now iu successful operation, aud we shall keep I I constantly on hand and make to order, on short j notice, all articles made at like manufactories ; l such as Bread, Cakes, Piee, Crackers, Ac., Ac. Being supplied with all the modern machinery ; to faciliate us in our business, we flatter oat eels est I that we can give the most ample aatislactinn in I the quality of our goods and in prices. We will also keep on hand a large and oies j stock of Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, Ac, to which we call attention. Orders for public or private Parties, Festivals, Balls, Ac., Ac, promptly filled on tea-, natj. term. seplStf A. WELD A CO. DRY GOODS. KEEN & PRESTON HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND general assortment of Desirable Dry Goods, Which they invite the "trade" to call and ex amine prices and qualities; believing, knowing, they can save dealer addition freight and ex- i going lunuer aiwrc. Janlo HARDWARE. &c. "tLLS, KELLOGn & CO., DEALERS IX HARDWARE AND CUTLERY No. 13 FIRST STREET, (SIGN BIO MILL, SAW,) Have received a complete stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Hardware. Purchased and Imported direct from the Manufacturers JL7 X O 2S 23C, Enabling us to offer inducements to Pur chasers rarely found in the West. We call the special attention of Dealers to our large and veil selected Stock, con sisting in part of Axes All tho celebrated brands, Chains Log, Trace and Halter, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Shovels and Spades, Cotton and Wool Cards, WTieel Heads, Weaver's Reeds, Spinning "Wheels, Locks, Latches, Butts and Screws, Gun Trimmings, Brass Kettles, Shot Guns, Rifles and RftvnivpT. Chain Pump Fixtures, Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Gum Belting, Japanned Ware, NotionsLargo Stock. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., No. 13 First Street. MEDICIAL. A Valuable Medicine FOR EVERY FAMILY. DIIVGGIST.S IN ALL sections of the city and country 2oep on hanl buy, sell and re commend as a tonic, stimulant and appetiser, Rohack's Stomach Bit ters. APOTHECARIES IN all sections of the city and country keep in stock, sell and dispense as a tonic Rohack's Stomach Bitters. PHYSICIANS in all section of the city and country approre and re commend as a tonic Ro hack's Stomach Bitters. UROCKR.S in all sec tions of the city and country keep constantly supplied with and deal in Rohack's Stomach Bitten. HOTELS in all sec tions of the city and country are supplied with and "cannot keep a Hotel." without a stork of -KolsK-k's Stomach Bitters. HOSPITALS throughout the army of the North hare fonnd an indispensable tonic, and are using, for tho soldiers Bouack's Stomach Bitters. 8I.'TLERS in every regiment ought to hare and many have introduced, and highly recom mend Rohack's Stomach Bitters. LADIBS, old and yonng, for Billiousness, Liver Complaints, Languor, Weakness and general De bility, are recommended to use Rohack's Stomach Bitters. EVERYBODY who decirrs a good tonic for giving tone to the spirit, a healthy appetite and strength to the system generally, should not fail to any a bottle of Rohack's Htomsch Bitters. Rjry !F6.5?8;Sod62 East Third Street. WFor sale by all Druggist everywhere. ang25 m COLLECTOR'S SALE. Collector's Sale of Real Estate for the payment of the costs and expenses of Sidewalk Improve ments. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BY virtue of a precept issued by the Mayor of the City of Evansville and to me directed, I will sell at pnblic auction, at the door of the Court House in aid City, Friday, November 27, at 10 o'clock a. nt., the following Lots or parcels of Real Estate, or bo much thereof as may bo necessary to pay the amount charged and assessed against said Lots re spectively for the costs aud expenses of making sidewalk improvements nion said Lots, together with the costs of sale, and that the said sale will be continued on the next day thereafter, viz t Satur day ..the 28th of November, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the same place for the purpose of selling such prop erty a may have been sold on the day above nu n -oned and not paid for : UPPER ENLARGEMENT. North-east three fourths of Lot No. l'J, John T. McCain, owner, J2 00. LAMASCO. Lot 4, Slock 130, U. Q. Wheeler, owner, S7 50. FOL'RTn ENLARGEMENT. Lot 21, block 10, G. Copeland, owner, J7 50. Lot 22, Block 10, G. Copeland, owner, $7 50. STOCKWELL'S ENLARGEMENT. Fractional lot 3, Block 1, A. B. Carpenter, owner, S5 57. W. G. B0EPPLE, Collector. Evansville, Nov. 11, 18S3. VARIETY STORE. PUSHEE S VARIETY STORE, No. 20 Main Street, 18 THE PLACE TO FIND FANCY GOODS, Combs, Brusi.es, Pocket Wallets. Card Caws. Tablets, Scissors, Knives, Watch Keys, Guard Cs, Thimbles, Needles, Pins, Tape Measures, ceaa, ueu Clasps, (joggles, Spectacles. Tner raometors, French Harps, Pop Onns, Ivory Rat tles, Marbles, Chessmen, Dolls, Corset Clasps, Steel Pens, Penciles, Games, Rubber Balls, Toilet i soap. Jewelry, viomi strings, rrorK Jioxes, Writinir Desks, Feather Dusters, Bird Caees. t Uiidreus carnages. aies saucy worn ana Tnvelinir Baskets. Ac Ac, at wholesale and re- I tail. op :f SADDLERY. Charles Babcock, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Coach and Saddlery Hardware, MAIN 8TRKET, EYANSriLLE, INDIANA. HAVING COMPLETED MY AB&ANOI ments with European and American manu facturers for a direct supply of all good in my lice I am enabled to offer inducement that can not 1 to be to the interest of all engaged in the business to give me s trial. I naasin part: Axles, Springs mede oft a best Ms I Bands, enamel! a4 all kinds of Leather Clot l i. Linings for Carriages , Yarn is its, Castings of all kinds ; Saddle Trees, English Bridle Leathers ; Bits, Stirrups, 8pars, names, fine Silver Hmes of all kinds ; Jenny Lind Oig Tree ; Self-adjustlug Pads ; Taylor' Patent Hames ; Fly Nets ; Shoo Threads ; Horse Blankets ; London Girth Webs, American Girth and Rein Webs, both cotton and worsted ; Lon don Welt Skins, asujrierartiele; I very ; Gutta Percha and bras lined Martengai Bing; uperior Err lor Horse Covers , the best quality ef Carriage Bolts; Patent Gig Trees, Ac., Ax., Ac., Ac I keep in fact everything appertaining te either branch of the business, and understanding bath iranches thoroughly, we wcnM reepectfnlly invite onr aner.Tion oeiore pure naming t tsewcere. iji:moval. THE rNDERaiRNED FIRM HA YE Re moved their Saddlery establishment to the Corner of Main r.nd Second Street, in the room oc cepicd by Fred. Krone, decease. C. WOLFF -"JTIOIOEPSCE, AjrcrACTtTBEKS or and dealebs n Saddles, Harness, COLLARS, &c, &c, Main Street, Cor. Second, (Store formerly occuppied by Fred. Krone.) A.A11 orders attended to with dispatch. Work warranted. movl.Vly w. r. coawix. J. B. MAtlllB THE NSW FIRM. Wf. THE SUBSCRIBERS, WHOLESALE v manufacturers of Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Harness, Ac, desire to inform the public that we have largely increased onr stock on hand, and by closo application ourselves and tho employment of good workman in our shops, wo are able to fur nish on short notice any and all kind and quanti ties of work to suit the trade. Those who will favor us with a call, can satisfy themselves, that they can procure, at lower prices, good substan tial, fancy and durable work of us than they can anywhere else, (and far better than the Eastern shop-work.) The members of the firm being practical work man themselves, attending personally to all orders with promptness, care and dispatch, deter mined that none shall excel in style of finish or luality of work, give better satisfaction to those patronizing us; M confident it will lie to the interest of all to come and see fur themselves be fore purchasing elsewhere Store on Locust Street, shove the Sherwood House, lietwecn First and Second Streets, No. 2S. N. B. Guarantee all we sell. m& W. F. CORWIN A CO. NEW SALOON. SHAEFER S SALOON. BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT, On Third. Street between Mai ana sycamore. EVANSVILLE, I N 9l ANA. octS-lm CHANGE OF EXCHANGE A NEW ARRANGEMENT SAM GRASMER HARRY JORXSOX li-ving purchased Theodore's Exchange, ABE FITTING IT UP IN EXCELLENT style for a first class BILLIARD SALOON and RESTAURANT. They will keep at the bar the best brand o Liquor and their larder will at all time be filled with the richest dainties from the animal and vegetable kingdoms, and the water of the vasty deep will be made to contribute of their richest stores. Especial attention will be (riven to the retw'ae. which will be under charge of the most competent ai tists. ' Their Billiard Room is large and their TABLES FirtST CLASS. The establishment will re-open on Tuesday next. A literal share of public patronage is respectfullv tote- mv3Qd3m VOLUNTEERING! $302 BOUNTY For New Recruits! $402 BOUNTY For Veteran Volunteers ! MEN OF THE FIIiST DISTRICT OF INDI ANA, the Governor has called for seven or more Companies of Infantry ami five Com panies of Civalry from this District. Shall he have them ? L call upon yoa to givs the answer My answer is, HE SHALL." Will yon endorse It? I think yon will. Your country need your services in the army, and oflers yon inducements which will entihle yen to leave your families amply provided far. Any one wishing to recruit for the Regiment by raising Companies, or parts of Compan ies, will receive commissions for that purpose by applying tomeiu writing, accompanied by proper recom mendations,, directed to Mt. Vernon, Posey coun ty, Indiana, until the organization of the en campment. JOHN A. MANN, Commandant 1st District. Other papers in the District please copy. oct2tf " uaarreD 8TOCK oi rtire nd Fresh Drugs, Herbs, Extracts and Patent Medicines. Just received at SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. SULPHITE OF LIME FOR THE THE FEB mentation of Cider and Wines. Just received and fur sale at SCHLAEPFER'SDmg Store. gODA ASH AND LIME JUST RECEIVED SCLAErFER'S Drug Store. M RS. ALLEN'S II I K RESTORATIVE AND .yrohalsim just received and for sale at SCHLAEPFKR'S Drug Store. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TOOTH AND Hair Brushes jost received at 8CHLAEPFER S Drug Store. ANOTHER SUPPLY OF BARBELL Bull's Worm Confections; also Cary's A Brown's Troches ; jnst received and for sale at SC'ULAEPFER'S Drug Store. ARTIC LOTIAN, FOB FROST BITTEN Limbs, for sale at SCHLAErFERS Drugstore. 'VyTACCINE VIRUS FOR SALE AT SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. LIVERY STABLE. AMERICAN STABLE, On Third bet. Main and locust Sts, THIS LIVERY ESTABLISHMENT, WHICH is well known thronghout the country, pos sesses Stable advantages superior to any similar establishment in the City, having arrangements for the seception of private horses at livery of the most elegant and complete description, and at the , lowest rates. Carriages for visiting to lit. Coaches, light wagons, and every kind of road vehicle to let. Horses sold on commission Second hand Buggy's for sale at the very lowest prices. Passengers for warded to all parts of the country by special con veyance. RICHARDSON, BRITTON A 00. pit