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TUESDAY. DECEMBER 1, 186.1 JOURNAL BINDERY- The publishers of the Joartt Joarsal have nst added to their Newspaper sod Job Printing Establishment, a EIHST CLASS BINDKY and ! Maxitactobt or Bum Boots. Having secured the services of some of the best workmen in tke West, they an prepared to execute orders at Cin cinnati and Louisville prices. Every description of Blank Books, such as Bailroad, Couuty. Banking, Mercantile, and Tor- ! warding Books, manufactured to order sad from ; the best quality of stock. SHlitty and Klanif, and Book-Head Printing, ! execmeu m a superior manner. All kinds of Printed Work, such as Magazines, Law and Medical Work. Pamphlets and st4 books re bound in every variety of style from half-bound to Antique and Full Oilt Work. CITY NEWS. &g"For Commercial and River News see fourth page. Another Daily. We learn tht Mr Scott, of the Gazette will commence the issue of a daily evening edition of his paper in the course of a couple of weeks. Newspaper Change. Mr. Bishop has Bold the material and presses of the Staats Zeitung, to a company of gentle men of this city, for $3,000. A new pa prr, wa learn, is to be shortly started, to be published in English daily, and in German weekly, to advocate the princi ples of Confederate Democracy, with R. Sproule, late of the Rushville Jackso man, as editor. We are indebted to Mr. Frank Bauksmith, the gentlemanly and popular clerk of the Little Grey Eagle, for Louis ville and New Albany papers of Satur day evening. A Card ov Thanks. The Ladies of the 1st (Old School) Presbyterian Church desire to tender their warmest thanks to those who so kindly aided them in get ting rp their Promenade Concert and Oyster Supper, on Friday and Saturday nights. To the Crescent City Band, for their inimitable music; to Hollingsworth and Brother, for dishes; to Mr. Thos. Scant lin, for the use of tin ware; to John J. Chandler, Esq., for gas furnished gratu itously; to Dr. Haas, for the use of his Piano ; to the Evansville Journal Com pany, for liberal notices, and to any oth ers who lent their success in securing aid to the undertaking. Handsome Realization. The Ladie3 of Mr. Sterrett's Church, we are inform ed, realized the handsome sura of $230, or upwards, at their entertainments of Friday and Saturday nights, which is very satisfactary considering the inclem ency of the weather. Acknowledgment. Mr. John Greek acknowledges the following additional donations to the Soldiers Relief Fund: Rev. Elias Birdsell, the result of a collection taken up in his church on Thanksgiving day, $17 50. One load of wood from Henry Tyst r, of Scott Township. Commandant of the Camp at New Albany. Col John M. Wilson has been appointed Commandant of Camp Noble, at New Albany, for the purpose of organ izing the regiment to be raised in t.he Second District, vice Col. J. B. Merri wether resigned. Col. Wilson, the New Albany Ledger thinks, will make an ex" cellent otticer, and will infuse spirit and energy into volunteering in this district Maj. Fry has recently purchased a complete outfit of table ware for the hospitals in New Albany. It is of the very best quality, and was purchased with the "Hospital Fund," saved by the economy of Maj. F., and without cost to the Government. SS-For a splendid business suit, or fine, heavy beaver overcoat, go to Lyon's, whose stock is now very large, and com prises the most desirable aud fashionable goods in the city. Steamboat Bi rned. The steamer Ool onnaleft here on Saturday night for New burg to finish her load of Government corn. While lying at the Kentucky shore loading, with about 750 sacks of corn on board, a fire broke out in the cookhouse, "between 2 and 3 o'clock yesterday morn ing, which burnt off all her upper works. lhebr..t was scuttled as soon as possible, and it i i thought her hull and machinery are not seriously damaged. She was owned by Messrs. Branis, Crawford and Capt. Tom. Bolus, and was insured for $5,000. The owners were offered $11,500 for the boat on Saturday night The fire, was purely accidental. The books were saved, and the money, which was locked up in the safe, is also supposed to be secure. Capt Bolus, who had stopped off at home, went up yester day to examine the wreck. Lake & Co's Circus. This plaee is crowded at each performance. Nor is it to be wondered at, for Lake k Co. have certainly managed to combine a greater degree of skill, variety and amusement in their performances than have ever be fore been seen in any other circus. All tlwir people are eminent in their vora tion. . Their great rider is Mr. Perry ; but, daring, reckless and brilliant as the feats on horseback of this great rider are, he has found a competitor, and one who dis putes the palm of excellence, arid di . vides the honor of the applause with him, in the person of a little child. This child-rider is little Alice. Her act was remarkably great, and one characterized throughout with grace, eaae and elegance -that called for the marked applause of the audience, and her daring leaps and dashing style were intensely thrilling. I his prodigy or, in fact, phenomenon is destined to make a brilliant of the first water in the enstrian circle: and if tho unbounded expressions of the public, in her favor are in any manner indicative of her future fame, we positively assert that e.v long she will rank as the great- . - " .r ia mtii UJlltllfc ClUiriMI ill IHC WUIIV1 ine irat 01 ..launuic mmm iwr- formed to the Utmost satisfaction of the mt- r .' r HJ I 1- . immense audience. t 1 t 1I .t:l, iiiuuuiut; iiiihe, wiiiic trtfuiiiijr ooiumau- intr, gave no apprehension for her safety, 1.1 ' '- . -c. u while nn iha nirinnimf n-iro h mm hfr ntire self-possession, her feat excelled anything of tbe kind we have witnessed. The Acrobat Brothers are indescrib ably excellent, as are in fact the whole troop. Nashville Union. I" We are indebted to our handsome young friend Ed. Ford, of the great At lantic fr laic llrloino ' warded from Vicksburz. The fast At-' ... . . .! ; linttc is (loins an immense business IB , the New Orleans and Vieksburg trade under rrimmnml of fW-ain TTurrv Wk Dougal and Ed. Ford. 8&y Capt Cox, his mate, and clerk, of the steamer Duk- J were arrested a d y ur two ago at Nashville, on a charge of i having ferried some 300 guerrillas across the Cumberland river at Canton. We are told that the Duke in company with several other transports, convoyed by a gunboat, arrived at Canton in the evening, and learning that guerrillas were in the neighborhood, were ordered by the officer of the gunboat to drop CxU for fric down a short distance and lie up over j Caution. night. w have this day obtained a Patent for our Capt Cox remarked, that he thought j gj?-' N "Family dye col he was as safe there as anywhere, an 1 The Dyes manufactured by other persons! nw should Stay where he was. During ,h name of Domestic Drrs," sc., are made in the nifjht the guerrillas made their on- vil"i of onr Patent. pearance, and, as Capt Cox reported, compelled him to ferry them over to the west side of the river, robbing the beat of all the money aboard and some of her stores, but leaving the Government stores unmolested. The guerrillas wer being pursued by 500 Federal cavalry, and would have been captured or cut to pieces had it not been for the timely aid rendered them by the Duke This case deserves close and rigid in vestigation; and if Captain Cox was guilty of intentionally aidiDg them, or of disobeying orders, he should receive the severest punishment For the 91st Indiana. We had the pleasure of meeting on Saturday night, Captain L. A. Burke, of the 91st Indi ana, who has been detailed to recruit for his regiment The 91st, which numbers between 700 aud 800 men, is now at Camp Nel son, near Lexington, Ky. , with the ex ception of company G, Capt. Hargrave, which is at Smithland. The 91st, though it has not had the fortune to par ticipate in any of the brilliant victories achieved by our armies, has, neverthe less, done important service in Kentucky and Tennessee, where it has from time to time been stationed. It is composed of good material and is finely officered. Col. Mehringer, Lieut Col. Leavitt and Capt. Burke, being from this city and vi cinity, are well and most favorably known to our people. Col. Mehringer did gallant service in Virginia, as Major of the 27th Indiana. Capt Burke is a gallant officer and an accomplished gentleman, and those who desire to enlist in a good regiment, with good competent oBicers, will consult their own interests by enrolling them selves with Capt. Burke, in the gallar.t 91st He is stopping at the Sherwood House, but wo understand will canvass the District Mayor Baker informs us, that earnest efforts have been m iJe to keep the gutters on Locust street clear, but it has boon found impossible, on ac count of the slight declivity of the gut ters from 2nd to 1st streets, and from the privilege extended to the hogs. The evil, will, however, wo are assured, be completely remedied by the building of the new sewer in Locust streets, to which a chanucl will be built by property-holders iu those localities. The Eleventh and Twelfth Ken tucky Cavalry have been surprised and captured by the Confederates near Knox ville. Noticb. All persons are hereby re quested to present at my oSce, corner of Main and Water streets, forthwith, claims for charges against the steamer Char ley Bowen; also all bills against the steamers Superior, Armada, Charley Bowen, Huntsman and Courier, to date, for examination and payment. Chrc Lemckb, nov28d3t CqF" Whatever Dr. Burnett makes is the best of its kind. His famous Co Coaise. for the hatf, and Flavoring Ex tracts sustain that reputation. For sale by Keller & White. nov. 30. HOME INTERESTS. Ladies, Attxktion. Mrs. McCormick wishes to inform the Ladles of Evansville and vicinity that she is selling eut her entire stock at cost, consisting of Millinery Goods, Hosiery, Gloves and Notions, as she is obliged te give up her old stand, No. 37 Main street, in order to make room for a new building. r4, , WILLIAM REAVIS, Attorney at law and V. 8. Claim Agent, Is authorized by the Government to procure Pen sions, Bounty Money, Back Pay, Bounty Land Claims for Horses and other Fbopistt destroyed while in the service of the Government, and all claims, of whatever kind or nature against the United States. Bounty for Discharged Soldiers! By an amendment te the Bounty Law, passed at the last session of Congress, "All soldiers or other persons who hare been or hatl hereafter be discharged within two years from the date of their I enlistment, by reason ef wounds seceived In battle, shall receive the same Bounty as though they served two years." Office 6ft Main Street, orer Keller's Gun Sters, opposite the Court Heuse, Evansville, Indiana. Correspondents must enclose stamps. rjaiGood references given If required. mhSS BSLS, J: n. W. 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This most wonderful and reliable preparation which has earned its true nam? and fame by results which has baffled every oilier attempt at relief in Xeuraljia, Mieiimatim, Gonl, Xerroiu Head Ache, Tooth anrf tat Arhe, Botccl Complnintt, Iltjtcrui, Dulrent after Eocitiy, Imu of Sleep, General Xerrm$ DebiWy, I'arozirnu in Whoopin-j Coiujh, aud Atlhmn, now declared to be largly Xtrrout. For the pains iu tleMily 3tentrtint!un a perf ct relief, while na ture's afterwork i undisturbed, and one of its most important points. This valuable preparation should b3 in every Family, as no description equals its real necessity, or its splendid results. J. L. ntWNEWELL, Pronri. tor. Commercial Wharf, B tou. "For sale by all wholesale and retail dealers. KELLER & WHITE, Agents. novl9-2m Evansville, Ind. 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Thousands of Soldiers in the Ann-. Have testified to the above, who bad become gra aud lost their Hair by sickness, change of climata and Inattention, wbilo performing camp duty. As a Restorative and dressing ft has no equal. KELLER & WHITE, Wholesale and Retail Agents for Evansville. HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!! Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye 7s the Best in the World! The only Harmless, True, and Reliable Dye Known. This splendid Hair Dye is Perfect changes Red Rtuty or Grey Hair, instantly to a Glossy Black or Natural Brown, without Injuring the Hair r Sta lling tho Skin, leaving tho Hair Soft and Beautiful; imparts fresh vitality, frequently re storing its pristine color, and rectifies the ill eOccts of Bad Dyes. Tho Genuine is signed WIL LI M A. BATOHELOK, all others are mere imi tations, aud should bo avoided S dd by al Dr.igsists, Ac. Factory-S2 Barclay street, N. 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NEW SUPPLY OF THOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. NEW SUPPLY OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS. For sale at DOBELL'8. FURS! PURS!! FURS!!! WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A VERY largo aud well assorted stock of Ladies' and Misscs's fancy Furs, comprising in part the fol lowing: Sable, Mink, Russian Fitch, Stone Mar tin Fishe'r, Lyns, German Fitch, Siberian Squir rel, Ermine, Genet. Swans Down, and fur trim mings of every descriptions, Gentlemen's Fur Collars and Gloves, Children's Purs, Muffe, Cuffs, either separate or iu sets. Having selected the goods ourselves, customers can rely ou gotting tho very best grade of goodj aud at prices as low as the lowest. HATS AND CAPS. Onr stock of Hats and Caps for Men and Boy's, is now complete, having just been replenished with the very latest Winter styles, gotten up with care under our own supervision. MISSES' FELT HATS. Latest New York style. INFANT'S HATS. Fancy and plain, a very lage assortment. now styles. All FANCY CAPS, Of which wo are receiving a splendid assortment. VAUTIER & MAROON N1ER, No. au Main Street. GROCERIES. SUNDRIES Well Buckets, Strawberry aud Lemon Syrup, Almonds, Filberts, Brazil Nuts, Essence of Coffee, Wooden Bowls, English Walnuts, Figs, Raisins, Currvuts, Rock Candy, Oysters, Shoe, Horse and Scrubbing Brushes, Lob sters, Sardines, Aln:u, Epsom Salts, Roll Brim stone, Sulphur, Copperas, Madder, Extract of Logwood, Washing Blue. Indigo, Cream Tar tar, Soda, Bed Cords of all kinds, Tobacco of all kinds. Blacking, Battin?, Nutmegs, Cigars of all kinds, Jute and Cotton wrapping Twine, Bine Vit riol, Camphor, Carolina ami WMn Tar, Brooms Cotton tarn, Kace unit Ground Ginger, Castile Soap, Playing Cards, Glass Jars. Lanterns, Tuui- blers ami i Man, HBpper banc-, Hatches, 1'u Kles, Mustard, Fishofall kinds, Toman. : alsup.Puwder, c ...... i.',,-.. v niA.. egnr, Letter, Note, (Jap, and Fancy Paper, Wrap- paper, JLiiveiopes. salt retre. Gum Drops, Toys and Letters, Table Salt, Hemp Sack ing Twine, Wooden Bowls, Jujuho Paste, Cin namon, Coal Oil, do taps Pint, Bonnet Boards, Ink, CIovot, Nails, Glass, Spirits Turpentine, all ' V0 I Seive f-at soda. Pain K.U1 r. Licorice. Pitch, es, 4c , Ac, Ac A supply of tho above kept constantly on hand and fbr sale low by S. B. G1LBEBT A CO., no-rzi 11 No. 4 Svcam..rc Street. "VTEW ORLEANS SUGAB 40 hhds. prime for sale by 8. K. GILBKKT A CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street. "D L A ST I N G P 6 W D KB J us t received m.u lr i' sale by S. E. GILBERT A CO., No. 1 Sycamore St. THE VERY LATEST B Y T ELEGR A X' II. From New York. New York, Nov. 30. The Philadel- 1 h a Inquirer to-day publishes a report of Gen. Meade's advance furnished by one of its correspondents at Verdiers- ville, a pest tillage, in Urange county, , twelve miles rjrn Orange Court House, The is Kit. i furtiishiiii! the informa tion, dated 2Sth, when our cavalry were within eight miles of Orange Court House. Nothing but skirmishing had taken place since the army had crossed the Kapidan. and our losses were slight and confii.ed to the cavalrv. Ou.- !e"ft w n; was extet.d -d to the wil dTneffi and I'o'tsylvania Court House. The rebels make but a slight resistence, and fall backj vheuever they'are pressed. It is rej orted that the rebel force at Fredericksburg has retreated towards Richmond, thus we hold the roads that run direct from Fredericksburg to Gor donsville. We have succeeded in cut ting the rebel left from the main army, and it is hoped that many are already taken prisoners. The rains have already annoyed the army to a great extent, but will delay then "but a , ery hours. Latest from the Army of the Potomac Let Defeated and drawn back Great Battle expect ednear Goi tlotis vllle. Washington, Xov. 20, 2:45, p. m. The Republican, just issued, says up to this date, there has been much fighting by regiments, brigades, divisons, and corps, but there has not been a general Dattie, ana while we have been worsted temporarially in skirmishes, the result is that Lee has been defeated and has beeii gradually falling back, and from appear ances will attempt to make a grand stand near Hanover Junction or Gor donsville. John Morgan Sscaped to Canada. Top.onto. Canada. Nov. 30. John Morgan arrived here to-day via the Great Western railroad. BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. Rappahannock Station, ) Nov. 28, 1 p. m. J The progress made by Gen. Meade is highly encouraging and successful. A new base of supplies will be established in a few days, from which the army will opperate with most damaging effect to tbe Confederacy. We are having a heavy and disagree able rain. Rappahannock Station, 1 Nov. 28, 7 p. m. The Army of the Potomac has finally severed its line of communication with Washington, and nothing has come through from it since yesterday morning. If there had been a general engagement yesterday, the wounded would have been sent to the rear and conveyed to Wash ington by the railroad from this point. As no wounded men have been sent here,it is certain that no battle has been fought. The heavy cannonading yesterday was proba bly of no greater importance than artil lery firing frequently is, which makes a great deal of noise but does little execu tion. This morning cannonading was heard fainter than yesterday, but during the day it has been perfectly quiet. The rain ceased before dark, and it is proba ble that tho quantity which fell to-day will not interfere with the movements of the army, except for a few hours. In emancipating itself from Washing ton, the army of the Potomac is in a po sition to operate moot lHUnilr agaicst the rebels. Should it also eman cipate the Union prisoners, now endur ing ages of misery in a single month in Richmond, it will accomplish one of the greatest achievement sperformed by any army during the war. The Army of the Potomac advanced, at 0 o'clock on the morning of the 27th, from Germina, Culpepper and Jacobs' Fords, and formed in line of battle, the centre resting on the Fredericksburg turnpike, near Robertson's Tavern ; the left advanced along the plank road, form ing a curve toward Gordonsville, and the west terminating near the Rapidan, southwest of Jacobs' Ford. As the cen tre advanced it came upon the enemy's picKeis ana SKirmisu line subsequently the enemy s line was strengthened by the arrival of reinforce ments from Ewell's corps on the Rapt- la n trout. About one o clock a slow and irregular cannonading commenced on the road leading toward Orange Court House, and considerable firin? between the skirmishers. The enemy did not re ply with artillery. At four o'clock it was announced that Hill's corps, which had previously rested on the Rapidan west of the railroad, was approaching on the centre; and half an hour later heavy musketry was heard on the right, show ing that the 3d corps, forming that wing, was engaged. Our casualties were few in the centre. The only officer of rank at that time known to be killed is Lieu tenant Colonel Hesser, of the 72d Penn sylvania regiment The battle ground is in the wilderness, with but little open country, consequently an accurate de scription of our position cannot bo given, but it will be nerceived we have the. pne- my's fortified position on the heights, skirting the Rapidan on the rieht. and can compel them to give battle, if they intend to fight, upon ground less unfa- I vorable to us. Jeff. Davis, owing to the P unfavorable weather of Wednesday, did : i. i. i i . j I iiuu icuch uiu icuci urtiiy at uc mieuu- ed, and he is said by prisoners to have returned to Richmond on Thursday. Uen. Gregg's cavalry and batteries had a severe fight with the enemy's right wing of cavalry on Thursday afternoon. We drove them back upon their infantry lines, when we were compelled to fall back with a loss said to be about 250 in killed. The 5th corps coming up, the enemy was in turn compelled to retreat. About bU were wounded in the 2d corps, 5 killed and 7 mortally wounded. In the night General French, with the 3d corps, when advancing, encountered Ewell's corps before he connected with the centre, and, after a severo fight, held his position, but lost heavily. He, however, captured 9,00 rebels. The 6th corps was then thrown for ward, and filled the gap between the ceutre and right A train of the 5th corps advancing on the plank road was attacked on the flank by rebel cavalry, who destroyed fifteen or twenty wagon's, i and killed two men and sereral mules. On Friday morning it was found that the rebels had fallen back from our cen- I tre, to two miles nearer Orauge Court House. The above intelligence is up to tbe evening of Friday, and was broucbt to ( Wasbington by a special messeneer who 0 ' ,r. j 1 r'.llTlP VPPF nonr Koini-r nantuaad Ktt fLn uerrillas. The addititional information whir-h hna rnm tn. hnnA tit U ( another 80Urce, 8tate8 that the line was .l .1 ' . . " I lormed On Fndav. about nonn nnthft road leading to Oranee Court House General Gregg's cavalry, ou the left, had a severe fight with the rebel cavalry, and drove them back upon tneir infant- ! rv, and then fell back himself upon the I rT,i , , JXTLtZ ri " i"B ruot'l int'antrv hark anil font- ,;.; ,u lniamry oaCK. anu tOOk position On the ielt Wing. Warren's 2d corps on the turnpike , , , . " , , . vi drove the rebel skirmishers beyond Kob- crtson s Tavern, and formed their cen- tre. On the right, Gen. Priace's lirt- sion, consisting of the 3d Corp, met a heavy body of Ewell's corps, and fought ; ; them several hours until the remainder of , i of the corps came up, and later the Gth ; corps. The 3d, particularly General ! Prince's lost heavily, which is estimated I at 500 killed and wounded, and many : prisoners, but severely punished uie ene- i ! my in killed and wounded, and took, as 1 French reports, (.K)0 prisoners, Our forces on the centre had no severo fighting, and consequently our loss thero I was small, excepting in tien. Gregg s j cavalry division. It was discovered that the enemy s centre had faikn back. Tiieirskirmish linejs in the woods a mile or so ne n r Orange Court House. The coming rain it was thought would hinder any heavy offensive field operations on Saturday. It was reported that Kilpatrick's cav alry division under Gen. Custar attempt ed to cross under the enemy's batteries at Raccoon Ford on Friday, but was driven back. Heavy guns were heard there all the afternoon, tending to con firm the truth of the report. The enemy used no artillery on our front ou Friday, and we very little, owing to the densely wooded ami nearly level character of the ground. It is known that there was very heavy skirmishing on the turnpike at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, bnt no particulars have been received. Chattanooga, Nov. 23. Thero has been no fighting at the front to-day. The enemy has concentrated below and near Dalron, with the view of mak ing a stand. Our line is beyond Ringgold. An order from Rragg recalled Long street from before Knoxville on the 2Gth. He is now endeavoring to join that chieftain near Dalton by a circuitous route. The situation from Knoxville to Bridge port is all that could be desired. A dispatch dated Nashville, November 23th, says: Colonel Langdon, of the 1st Ohio, se verely wounded in the late fight, will not recover. MACHINISTS. cm Fin, EVANSVILLE, IND., Manufacturers of STEAM ENGINES, STEAM BOiLERS, AND dRCXTLAR SAW HILLS, Of the most Approved Pattern. ALSO All kinds of Machinery appertain ing to Railroads, Steamboats, Distilleries, Flouring Mills. S TT Ci A R M I JL X. O , of all sizes with the latest Improve ments attached ; Tobacco Screws, Portable Engines, &c, &c, &c. House Fronts, Grates, Rail ing, Iron and Brass Castings of every description. DEALERS IN Steam Gauges, Gum Belting, Fire Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting Cloth, &c, at MANUFACTURERS' PRICES. Repairing done at short notice. -Workmen sent to all piti-t3 to fit. up work antl repair Uoilers & 3IachDiery fKSAU ordws will rccciv? onr inilivia'nal atten tion and will be promptly tilli-U on tho most reasonable terms. Office and Foundry on the Canal, corner of Ine;le Street. mhl7-lj 0 DRY GOODS. Arriv al of Goods Much Needed. yy iiave just becxttkd a to or SHAWLS, BLANKETS. 4-4 Osnahurgs and "Kerseys." Tor -sale at KEEN & PBESTON'S. novj.1 MEDICIAL. A. Valuable Medicine FOR EVERY FAMILY. DBUCG1STS IN ALL sections of the city and country leei on hand buy, sell and re commend as a tonic, stimulantaml uppetizer, Bo back - Stomach Bit ters. APOTHECABIES IN all sections of the city aud country keep in stock, sell and dispense as a tonic Boback's Stomach Bitters. PHYSICIANS in all section of tho city and conntry approve and re $..' &S! back's Stomach B Snngfi?3 OBOCBBS in.a commend as a tonic Bo- itters. all sec tions of the city aud country keep constantly Supplied with n;id deal in Boback's Stomach Bittes. HOTELS in all sec tions of the city and onntry are sumdied with and "cannot keep ..v . ..ki a, T..' Hotel,'' without a ' IfAJntrr ITU ).- !... 4l.n ..... HOSPITALS throughout thearniv of the North ! have found an indispensable touic, and are usiug, tor tho soldiers Kohark s Stomach Bitters. SUTLERS iu every regiment ought to have and many have introduced, and highly recom mend Boback's Stomach Bitters. LAMES, old and young, for Billiousnesi, Liver Complaints. Langnor. Weakness and general IV Vility, are recommendod to use Bohack's Stomach Bitters. FVVBVRflTiV lin desire a eiirsl tonic for giving tone to the spirits, a healthy appetite and Utrength to the system generally, should not fail to ouy a bottle of Boback's Stomach Bitters. ' DK' ci w- "?A?K' 1 Proprietor, Cincinnati, ! Office and Manufactery Nos. 5U, D, 00 and 62 Kast Third street. j riei., all &rgsuts everywhere. LYON'S COLUMN. 5 C 2. B 5 9 ft- ft ft ft C 2. '- m p ft ft P B 9 ft P 5 er ft B ft ft 32 m 32 g B - B- 32 ft P 32 32 ft H ft ft ft ft ft - ft til s 32 p 5 B & Gf ft g P ft B P 5 ft B ft P B 4 ft o ft p B fly P 2 ft ft 32 32 32 ft S S B-B- C 3 ft tsi a- OSS 32 ST ft! 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Volume YIII eoramences January 1st, lsr.i. paper free to cluh subscribers iu Decemher I This is de cidedly the best and cheapest farmer's and frnit grower's paper in existence, at only $1 a year, and every sahscriber receives two of the best UUAP Y I N r known to exist, sent free of all cxpeuse, or one noLLa's worth of BUSSELt.'H GREAT PROLIFIC STRAWBKRRY PLANTi the. largest and moat productivo in tho world, many of waich are actually as large as nans' km;s ! RiT'Kiery person who remits SI will receive the paper yv.i t. to January next, aud through l.-;t for his money! Sample copies sent free to all appli cants, with full details. Positively 1 offer the Iwst t' rius to Postmasters and other club agents of any other publisher in this country. RIGHT DOL LARS iu preminma for every club of twchtt sub scribers! I have an immense supply of the clinic, est grape Tinea, all of which are to be raxc to my subscribers 1 Send for specimen copies immedi ately, and address T. B. Hixsa, Clinton, Oneida County, y. Y. novl9-8w COW PEED. : p. TON8 OF CITY BRAN JUST RECEIVED I J Bring in your orders. Also, 2,000 bbls whit 1 Neshanuock Potatoes. For sale at I noT21 ELLIOTT'S Fam lis Grocery. WATCHES & JEWELRY. 5". p - o p P B o H -a M. 3 ij 0! P i p rf 0 T. i 9 P - en e-f r-t-D S r-i-t 1 O P p o CD O p o p a 0 H 05 O o w w o w in M i O W M a H l tr W w 02 o B o r-r- o TB r-r- O o o o J- V I 9! V a i Q 0 o 0 H 15 B V H o o o Q J a Qj 9 i xn 3 W P V . 9 s. p o t i n CO Hi o P Nwi P CO CO o CO o o EC o cc p to K If N e4 4 0 0 e p 1 o o B- p CO r-h 0Q P P o O o P OQ 9? o o P o 3 C3 13 O s sr O O p IT. a P TOYS & FANCY GOODS. Toys and Fancy Goods Wholesale and Retail. THK LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF Toys and Fancy Goods will be fouud at WARREN & CONYNGTON' S, No. 1 Main Street. Having bought our stock at first hands, we will duplicate. Cincinnati bills. We invite fi. trade U call an 1 look through our establishment. Every immaginable kind of TOYS Tin, Wood, Iron, &c. DOLLS Of all sizes and kinds Wax, Linen, China, Paper and Wood. MACHINE TOYS Steamboats, Monitors, Engines, Carriages, &c. India Rubber Toys. Rocking and Spring Horses, Wagons, Carts, Sleighs, Velocipedoes and Children's Cabs. Baskets of all kinds, China Tea Sets and Figures. Beautiful Christmas Presents for Ladies or Gentlemen of the most ex quisite' workmanship a line of goods never before offered in this place; Pearl and Silver Card Cases, New aud Beautiful Portmonies, Velvet and French Kid, Steel Trimmed Bags and Wire Purses, Cornucopias, Paper Boxes, &c, for Candies ; Wax Candles and Moss for Christ mas Trees ; Musical Goods of every kind always on hand : MELODEONS, VIOLINS, Gr-ultars, Flutes; ACCORDEONS, MUSICAL BOXES, &c, &c WARREN & CONYNGTON. nov21-2m DRY GOODS. Dry Goods and Notions. AFTER A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF our stock and prices, of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions, we have no doubt in satisfying the closest buyer? that onr stock cannot be surpassed, and that it is to their interest to buy from us. SCHAPKER A BCSSIHG. No. 49 Main Street. Cloaks and Shawls. WE HAVE NOW ON HAND THK LARG est stock of Cloth Clotks and Shawls of every description ever brought to tnis city, an sell thorn at wholesale or retail as cheap as they can be found anywhere in the West. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, No. 49 Main street. Blankets and Coverlids. A LARGE STOCK OF BLANKETS AND Coverlids, of the best make, on hand and selling cheap. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, No. 43 Main Street. Hoods and Nubias. IT IS AN ACKNOWLEDGED FACT THAT Srbapkcr A Bussing have the liest stock of H'Kids aud Nnbias and sell them cheaper than auy other house in the city. SCHAPKKR A BUSSING, No. 49 Main Street. Millinery at Wholesale and Retail. OUR STOCK OF MILLINERY HAVING just been re-as sorted, our stock iu evary par ticular is second to none iu the West, to which we respectfully call the attention of the wholesale and retail trade. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, No. 49 Main Street. HOBBY HORSES. PATENT SPUINO AND ROCKING HOUSES, thennest asnrtment ever bronghtto the city, just received, i n - from one dollar to forty. aH AtW AKREN ACONYSGTON'S, oc2gSJB mfa faTM No. 1 Main Street. DRUGGISTS. BROUGHT ON U. CRKSCEXT CITY MUfi STORE. Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Window Glass, Sand Paper, Perfumery, Soaps, Coal Oil, Lamps, Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax, Patent Medicines, Dye Stuffs. Sole Agents for Whit field's Pile Cure. FAMILY jjjf STGRE WM. E. HALLOCK, Druggist and Apothecary, NO. 10, FIBST STBEIT, NKAB POST OFFICE, Has just received another large and splendid as- another la sortment i iof Pure Drugs, Medicines. Unemicals, Fancy Articles, Perfumeries, Pomades, Brushes, Combs, Toilet Articles, paps, Flavoring Extn.ts, &c, &c Brandies and Wines, for Medical Purposes. All the Approved Patent Medicines kept con itautly on hand and for sale at North American prices. ft. Particular AttenHrtn r.aM .u H f prescriptions at all hours. 9 VT , vt M. K. HALLOCK, No. 10 South First Street, near Post Office, Evansville, Ind. MACHINEST. CHRISTIAN XRATX. WH. HEILWAM. KRATZ 8l HEILMAN, City Foundry, Manufacturers and Builders of Steam Engines and Boilers, Saw and Grist Mill Ma chinery, Tobacco Screws, Gumming Machines, Chineses ugar Cane THRESHING MACHINES, &c, KVANSVILLB, IND. THE PROPRIKTOItS Of THK CITY POTJND-.-ybealeavo to inform their friends and h public in general, that they are prepared to do all kinds of Machine & Finishing Work And everything appertaining to the Foundry bus iness. They are manufacturing 8 team Km-ine and Boilers of any slae and pawer required. Saw .urn jnacuinery ana aim wearing or any size ; Dis tillery and Mining Harhinerv. Tobacco Screws. Gumming Machines, Threshing Machines, Malt aims, uorsepoweri. yorn Itara.-.a'Tfrtfai-cas-.r ings of every description. Iron Home Fronts, Cel lar Orates, Ac. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Ac Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c. npplied with every description of Copper and ibeut Iron W ork, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators, Attemporators, Sparges, Stillheads and Worms on an Improved principle. Columns for Alcohol Stills, Yeast Jugs, Cans, Syphons, Ac. ; Coppr, Lead and Iros Pipe ; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every variety, for Iteer. Spirits, Oil, Ac. Bran Cocks and Valves, Steaia Whistles, Ac. Workmen sent to all parts to fit np work and do repairs on Stuaa Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron Work, Ac Old Metals Bought. They are dealing In and selling Allen's Improv ed Steam Guage, Wrought Iron Welded Pipes and Tubbing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Ma chines, Stephen Hughes' flour Separators, Qermao Bolting Clvth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing, Hose, Ac, of tbe best kind; Tinplate, Sheet Iron Block Tin, Pig Iron, Babit Metal, Spelter, Fir Brick. They have every facility of the best Machinery and workmen, and will give all work entrusted to them, their individual attention, filling orders pomptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied with reasonable prices. aT-OfBce and Sale Rooms, Foundry, Boiler-yard Machine Shop on Pine stvest, between First and Bcona streetn, Kvainvillo. Ind. dec 7 COMMISSION HOUSE. W. M. H. irCDLKT, Memphis, Tenn. Formerly of 8t. Lonis. J. s. wnonwAnn, DUDLEY & CO., Commission Merchants, NO. 3 FROST ROW-OV.e up Stairs, MKMPHIS, TENNKSaKK. Shipments of Produce respectfully solicited. LiliersI a-lrances made on shipments in store. Refer to Merchants of Memphis generally. novl9-3m NOTICE. THE FIRM OF J. H. MAGHKE A CO. WAS dissolved on the 27th of September last by the death of John H. Maghee. The business will be settled up by tbasurviving partner. O. MAGHEE. November 2, 1863. NEW FIRM. THE TJNDKBSIGNKD WILL CONTINTK tb" wholesale Dry Goods business under the style ofG. Maghee ACo., at the old ilu a on First street. GILLISON MAGHEE, NICHOLAS M. GOODLETT. November 2, 1863. NEW SONGS. WE'RE PASSING THK BRIDGE, MOTHER A new and beautiful song. OUR GOOD SHIP SAILS TO-NIGHT. I'M BLIND. JEMNIK, MY LOVE. KISS ME GOOD-NIGHT MOTHER. W IN NIE, DARLING, I'LL BE WAITOtG. ASK IF I LOVE THEE. THE BANNER OF THE STARS. I'M LONKLT TO-NIGHT. The above songs are all saw and good, and for aalaat I ' t T r I- v - a . - -.-- mmmm r It n a. . .T i l t , nor7 No. 1 Main Srroet, KruifTille. DRUGS, &c. WM. H. P. STODDARD, Ho. 17 Matin Street, BVAK8V1XI.B, ISD. TO ARTISTS Amhrotype and ?hotograph stock of every description, indading Came ras, t hemtralf. Cases and Frames ; a large variety constantly ob hand and for aale at reasonable prices at WM. H. P. STODDARD'S, 17 Main street. SODA ASH AND CONCENTRATED LYK for making Soap. A superior articleju-t r, -cetred at 17 MAIN STREET. HO&TKTTKR'S PLANTATION BITTRRS and German Bitters, sMl' witb ffreat variety of Patent Medicines, at 17 MAIN STREET. PURE "AND UNADULTERATED CIbTkaM Tarter for family use; also Soda and Spices pure, a 17 MAIS STREET. COCOINE, AMBROSIA, KATHARION7TRI CAPHEROUS, Zylabalganium, and all the best preparations for tbe Hair at WM. H. P. STOP DA RD'S. C OAL OIL AND BURNING FLFIDBT"tHK gallon or barrel at 17 MAIN STREET. PRINTERS INK, BLACK AND COLORED in email cans Wade's manufacture for sale at STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street. LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNKYSTgLOBES AND Shades ; a large aud varied assortment at 17 MAIN STREET. w IZZARD OIL THE OLD ORIGINAL kind ; asupply just received at I IMJPJBJSTODDARD'S, 17 Main Street.