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ADVERTISING RATES IX DAILY EVANSVILLE DAILY JOURNAL. cards (5 line or less), on ntr $12 six months... 7 three " 4 SO One square (10 lines or lea) one insertion 75 three ... 1 26 one week 1 75 " " one month 6 60 M! O n 1ST I UST Gr EDITION. IN WEEKLY. One square, one insertion For each subsequent insertion.. . f 1 00 60 VOLUME XVI. KVAflaViLLE, IND., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18. L86& ESTABLISHED, 1831 FOB DAILY. ne year 00 Bix months S 00 Three months 1 60 .supplied by carriers at 12 cents per week. FOR WEEKLY. nree months . 8 t x months -.. 85 M Year 5 1 50 FOR TRI-WEKKLY. Six months 2 00 On yer - .. 4 00 j WATCHES & JEWELRY. Special Notices retained on inside of paper, will be charged 20 per rent, additional on above rates. LIVERY STABLE. mi 1 J. L. 3ITTROLFF, JR., No. 1, North First Stree. DRUGGISTS. BROUGHTON & WO JDS. An entirely n?w Stock of BY JAMES H I'KESl'EXT CITY Hid STOKE. Watches and Jewelry, SILVERWARE, CLOCK 3, &c. T WOULD KKSPKi'TFl' LLY INFORM I public that I hav. opened an entirely new aii'i fashionable stock of tlie a! .ve goods, wich, liar, in; ticen bought for c ih, I am prepared to sell at prices as low as the lowest, and warrant ererw article to lie just as represented. From long ssi perienc in the basin-, I a:n confident of giving satisfaction, and hope to merit a share of the pub lic patronage. Personal attention paid to repairing WaiO Clocks and Jewelry. J. L. BITTROIiFF, Jr., octlT-lmd.tw No. 1, North First Street. SOAP AND CANDLES. JPliilip 3D ecliei, (Successor to Decker A Kramer), manufacturer of Lard Oil SOAP AND CANDLES. Also, an extra article of BUB3Zli(h ESUiINK, AND CAB OIL Dealers in Basin, Soda, Ashes, Ac. Also Pure Catawba Win Of our own raising, in quantities to suit pur chasers, 11C .Vain 5'ree(, btttertn First and Sscoml, EVANSVILLS, .ANA. Terms cash, or GO days lank."" paper negotiable la NOTICE. NOTICC TO SHIPPERS. Mai Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils. The nndersigncd pay th-ir Particular Attention To too sal" of the above articles, and SOAP STOCKS GENERALLY. Consignments sent to thein will be PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF and Quick Returns Madb on wry advanced terms. We mtrrl onr AVeestly Circular gratia to all sending their address to AUK A 51 KNIGHT &. SONS, 9 Water Street, N. Y. City a iylOdSm DENTIST. Dr. F. HUTCHINSON, DENTIST, HAS removed from his old office on thp corner of Second nnd Main streets, to hifl new rnoni3 on First at, two dor- below Main, next to the Mercantile Library, old M.v- hi Hmll. He ha fman-d no exp!ii9.i for the comfort and convenience of hid patient. bavins en! irj;ed and teCTMMd Mi fa cilitie, a n !.-',: i the : ' .wu of one of the beat workmen in tti Slate. He can now exiily the wants of th'se desiring his Borvico. 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.' y i rg ments were made water tight beeti in &ilu ) tiilt Mill their PrPer p'.ace8' u is 4uite like'y uat ine aire caiaumv woaiu never nave oc cured. Mr. Falcon, a practical diver, left Hilton Head this morning for the scene of the disaster. He had engaged a pas sage to New York by the Fulton, but left the ship immediately on learning the startling intelligence that an iron-clad had sunk. The steamer Fulton, from which I write, came up as far as Stono Inlet on Sunday, but, owing to the gale, could not receive the mails and passengers at that Sint, and was compelled to pat back to ilton Head, whence, after taking, in coal, she sailed at 8 o'clock this morning. Tlivnii.,u- w , THB WEEHAWKEx's OFFICERS. 1 lie .tloultorneehairkea Goea Dowl at ber Anchor In a Gale Lose of At the time of the disaster the Wee Four Officers and Tnenty-iiiof her j hawken had, as far as we can learn, the Crew. following list of officers: Commander J. M. Duncan. PUBLISHED McNEKLY. . M. THAYER. JNO. H. McNEELY. ITIDEE TDK riBM OF THE Evaiisville Journal Company. Journal Buildings, LOCUST STREET, BETWEEN FIRST AND WAT1S. Cf L1 i AiVimnSE e ENTS. CORPORATION NOTICE. OKDER FOa A r-LANK SIDE WATK. Nov. 21.18(i3. And now it is hereby ordered nnd directed by the common council of the city of Kv ausnille that the owners of all lots or parts of lots , fronting on or adjoininc the north-east side of I Front street, from Sixth Avenue to Pearl street, in i said city .cause the side walks thereon to he brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side- j w alk of Class No. 2, to be laid dow n thereon with in thirty days from the publication of this order A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Not. 25, 1363. STOVES, &c. LINIMENT. FRI DAY, .DECEMBER 18 APPALLINft DISASTER. SEWING MACHINES. F. M. SELLMAN HAVING FITTED UP AN office, No. 35 Main Street, will keen, as here tofore, a good assortment of wheats A Wilson's and Singers Sowing Machines and Needles, Silk Thread ;uid oil, and everything that is connected with the saislnjss, and will repair all kind of Sew ing Machines and put on DAW improvements. jy21 V. M. SKI. I.MAN'. A'e't. DRUGGISTS. DR. HUTCHINSON HAVING FOR THE last seven yean received the unlimited pat ronage of the citizens of Evansville and surround ing towns and country, would return most sincere thanks for their appreciation of his skill as a Dentist, hoping, by untiring energy in secur ing for his patients all the LATEST IMPROVEMENTS AND INVENTIONS, to merit a continuance of the sareo iavnr. Personal Attention Given In Every Case. His-facilities for doing good -work -.:i-: I auy 13. a null sit 111 e lit In tlie I'niteil States. Every style of Artificial Teeth mafic In Eastern Cities are made hy him. Ret rence at all times given by referring to persons now wearing the BEAUTIFU SETS OF TEETH pr-';arid in !iU ffRco. Having had much pxp-ri-ienc In trent'D"nt of irrvpulartiv r C DREX'S TKKTII, he wonld have no lictiia tioa in say.ng the most lrrtnlar awn can he enMrcdy corrected hy him. Casos can Im s'n in thi-icity and conaty entirely cnrrecte.1 hy him. Cleft, Palate or openincra in Palat'' 8iicffnliy treated. Scnrvy, NeuralkriaHfTections and all di-i-eas 8 of tli mouth tmcrpsafnlly treatel. Thow doirin- ARTIFICIAL TEETH would do well to consult him. "Terms very moderate. 03FThe best Anearthetics for alleviating pain when extracting teeth. Chloroform given when requested. Jnne - J FAMILY IE WM. E. HALLOCK, SO. 10, FIRST BTKXCT, SCAB TOST OFFICE, aiulal AS JUST UECEIVED IP ISTETTER'S Plan tation and II HI Bitters '. also a large variety of all the Patent Msalelnes, C0C0AINE, AHBS0STA, HATHA I RON Tlll coplierons, an 1 all the most celel.rited pn-- parations lor the Hair, ran be found at No. in South First Street. Prr.E AND Tartar, say and Spices, at 1'NADIII.TEKATED CHE AM irlv f"i" I'.'.inily u; alo s..da HA I.I.OI'K'S Drug Store. ClELI.EU'S COUGH Cl'IIE, STRICKLAND O and M'dllflnons Coaeh Balsam, Ch.Try P.-e-toral. Hall's Balsam. C.ijy's Cough Cure and Brown's Troches. At WM. K. HAL-LOCK'S Ilrn: Store. B r . -B-JL -C-Tk- c 9 i KKI.iXii ' LY THANKFUL FOR THK F Uheml psti 'agereceived during th past four years, mil iiern lennanent resident of this city, desires all ierso: (whether they need his profes sional services or i t ) to visit his rooms and see the Various Style olwork Manufactured Improvements arid Invent :ods Arc being made, and everything that will subserve the interests of his atients is secured by him. H I Establishment ami Faciliti s Are eqnal to auy in EASTERN CITIES. TOY PAINTS IN REVT V A hi h'ttV t :V Prices, Laasl Pensils, UssSj, eUssa, Letter Paper, Envelopes. At No. M FiTst Street. PERFUMERY, SOAFS, TOILET AUTCLES, Pomades, Cosmetiques, Tooth, Nail, Flesh, I HairandClo'h Brashes; Combs in gnat variety May be found at WM. E. HALLOPR'S Drui Store. Corresjioudence of the N. Y. Herald. United States Transport Fclton, ' Off Charleston, Dec. 8, 1863. At t-o o clock on Sunday afternoon, wlule a turious wind prevailed irom me j northwest, the iron-clad Weehawken. ly ing at the entrance ot Charleston harbor, went down at her anchorage went sud denly, swiftly and unaccountably to the bottom and carried with her, to a hor rible death beneath the waves, four of her engineers and twenty-six of her crew. Saturday had been a bright and beau tiful day, with scarcely a breath of air astir, and with a calm, unruffled sea. Du ring the night a breeze sprang up, and the wind, blowing freshly at daylight on Sunday, increased by noon to a violent storm. The iron-clad fleet w&a lying, mean time, at its usual anchorage. The frig ate New Ironsides was stationed off Mor ris Island, at a distance of about one mile due east from Fort Wagner on, as it is now called, Fort Strong. North of the Ironsides lay the flagship Philadel phia, distant about four hundred yards. The Weehawken was next in line, an chored two or three hundred yards to the northward of the flagship. The Mon tauk was on picket duty, between Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie. Astern of the Ironsides lay the Nahant and Pas saic the latter farthest away from the flagship, and nearer than any other ves sel to the Morris Island shore. The South Carolina and Home were rocking on the ruthless tide, some five or six hundred yards astern of the iron-clads. The above was the position of the fleet when the first signal was made from the Weehawken, at a few minutes before two o'clock. The signal was seen and an swered at once from the flagship, from which four boats were dispatched to her assistance, and by the South Caro lina, which sent two of her boats to tho Weehawken's aid. The tugs Dandeloin and Iris were also at once called up, and v-itli them Commander Duncan, of the Weehawken, who chanced to be on the flagship, and in conversation with the Admiral, when the signal was made, proceeded immediately, with tho hope of running his vessal on tho beach. He had scarcely left the Admiral when tho officer of the deck made out from the Weehawken, and immediately reported her to be sinking. A inr.ment after, the settled dnwn Swiftly by the head, careened slightly over to the starboard, and disappeared beneath tho waves. It is impossible to convoy any idea of the appalling, nature of this disaster It came with the suddennesi of a thun derbolt. When the first signal of dis tress was madt no one divined how se rious was the danger, and, when, at length, the vessel went down, it was difi cult for those who saw her disappear to credit even the evidence of their own senses. The confusion on the flag-ship, arising mainly from the difficulty of launching her boats, and the desire of both officers and men to be first in them, was most intense and painful. The wind was now blowing with .great fury, and Acting Lieutenant G. B. Stephenson. Assistant S'.'rgeon E. M. Stein. Assistant Paymaster Frederick R. Stowe. : Sshsevse w. r. z i..Q) o. o. Kingsbury. Acting Ensign T. Balles. Engineers First Assistant, J. G. Young; Second Assistants, T. Hortie, J. B. Allen, Jr., H. W. Merriam; Third As sistant, A. Mitchell. The Social Condition or the South. The New York World of the 8th inst. publishes a private letter from a lady to a friend in that city, describing the so cial condition of the Southern people. It appears that this lady has "spent about a year with 'her relatives in the formerly wealthiest and most prosperous part of Alabama," and that during her tay she enjoyed, from her position in society, unusual facilities for seeing and making herself acquainted with the con dition of the people in other parts of the South. She has recently returned from her prolonged visit, and gives the result of her observation in the subjoined note. The World says " the writer is a person whose name would guarantee at once her patriotism aud her truthfulness. She says: " The desolation of the Southern States beggars description. Destitution and poverty have taken the place of opulence and prosperity. Men that were worth hundreds of thousands are reduced to poverty. As for the luxuries of life, formerly so abundant in the South, there are none. Those who were formerly the wealthiest have nothing to sustain life but what the country affords, and not enough of that, for by impressment it is taken from them for the army. Their garments, even their shoes the families have to make themselves; they spin, weave and dye their cotton, and wears homespun cloths, rich and poor. Tea, coffee and sugar are not to be had; milk and water are the only beverages; In dian corn is their principal food. The families are broken up and ruiued. You seldom meet with a male inhabitant, and if you do, he is either infirm or a crip ple. A large portiou of the male pop ulation are killed in battle, many more are crippled for life time; many patri otic Union men died of a broken heart What remain are In the mmj ..i u tii employment of the Government Nev ertheless, press-gaugs cross the country in all directions in search of men for the army. All ties of social life are completely dissolved. No courts of justice and equity are held justice is meted out by the military. The country in many places resembles a wilderness Wherever the armies march there every thing is ruined the crops destroyed, fences burned, trees cut down, domestic animals killed, robbed or taken for the army. But whatever the Southern peo ple may suffer, they bear it with heroism and resignation; they have little hope of success. There are very few, if any, that prefer ignomy to death. Under the impending Congressional and Presiden- CORP0RATI0N NOTICE. OBUEB roa A TLANK -IDE WALK. Nor. 21, 1803. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, frontin on or adjoining south-west side of Fourth street between Vine and Division streets, so far as it is situate in front of lots 170, 171 and 172, Donation Enlargement ia said oity, cause the side walks thereon to be broaght to the proper grade, and that they canse a sidewalk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from tho publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Cierk. Clerk's Office, Nov. 25, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER E0R A PUSS SIDE WALK. Not. 21, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Cotmcil of the City 8f SoobinVVn1r",ao-fn?ngy,A)(rTu'ra Sixth street, from Fifth to Sixth Avenue, in said City, cause the said side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side walk ef Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this rder. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Nov. 25, 1803. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER TOR A TLASK SID WALK. Not 21, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the south side of Sixth street, from Fulton Avenue to Fifth Avenue, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon lo be bronght to the proper grade, and that they cause a side walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Nov. 25, 1803. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER TOR A PLANK SIDE WALK. Nov. 21, 183. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the northwest side of Chesnnt street, from Canal to Church street, in saiil City, cause the side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a a side walk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Nov. 20, 1803. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER TOR A PLANK BIDr. WALK. Not. 21, 1803. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by t'e Common Council of the City of Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the south-east side of Cbesu'it street, from Church street, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to 1 brought to tho proper gr .de, and that they cause a side walk of Class No. 2, with woodsp curb, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from tho publication of this order. A PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Nov. 20, 1S03. ft 9 w H P w O a as & a o a 5 (3 d 1 0 H O m m (Si Go h" m e r B o ft O a 0 S3 i 9 o O 05 o a CT- ST I 0 o o I H 73 X o H a a d 2 Ul CD a tr o 5 (6 m PS w d o a PS w 125 Q i PS O PS t I w O M PS o Q O o d 0 ft 9) P ft m BE DR. J. WOODRUFF'S ENGLISH HOUSE LDIIMENT, llancfact'sred by LEICK & CARLSTEDT, Wholesale Druggists, EVANSVILLE, IX D. r e i 59 rpiIIS LINIMENT HS P.KEN PRLSCr.IRED I X by DR. JOSEPH WOODRL'FF in a practice of some twenty years for j Rheumatism, Bruises, Spra-ns, Ulcerous Sores, Scratches, Wounds, Cracked Heels, Founders, &c, With the most unparalleled success, eff-ctin cures in number of cases whore other reinedie . I utterly failed. It is also the best Liniment fo I sons wrTo I vfeDeen confined o "ih'e.TrliJJnly'tT c I most agonising pains of RbeuD:atismt Ac, n I some case as long as three, years. We do not propose, lika so many proprietors of Patent Medicines to gin the favor of the public by publishing the certiScates of persons who perhaps never have existed or whose resi dences are thousands of miles distant from tho manufacturer, but leel confident the Liniment will speak for itself. We would refcr to the fol lowing well known citizens and others, who have used the Liniment aud are acquainted with its virtues : Setchell A Bowles, Ed. Degarmo, Mrs. Degarmo, Solomon Kahs, Henry Dodenhoff, Ronald Fisher, Joseph Kahn, Capt. Robinson, Mrs. Ed. Bowles, Col. Rheinlander. John II .. We could add hundreds of others, but believe the above to be sufficient. The money will be refunded in all cases where tlie Liniment do not give satisia-tion. Price 25 cents per bottle. For sale by LE1CU A CARLSTBDT, nov!9-3m 34 Main Street. CLOTHING. R EM OVAL INSOLUBLE CEMENT. GOLDMAN, BERG & CO., Wholesale Clothiers, naTe removed to tho corner of FIRST & SYCAMORE STREETS, Great Discovery. Applicable to the useful arts. A new thing. Its Combiua tion. ISEFIL and YAH ABLE DISCOVERY ! HILTON'S INSOLUBLE CEMENT! Is of more general practical utility than auy invention how before the public. It has been thoroughly hasted duriDg the last two years by practical men, and pronounced to be SIPF.RIOR TO ASV Adhesive Pruparatiuii known. WHoris Insoluble Cement Is a new thing, and the result of years of study, its combination is on Scientific Principles, And under no circumstances or change of tentiieraturo will it lie- come corrupt or eoiit any offensive j smell. (Opposite the Grocery Store of Bement A Vlelo,) where they offer to their friends and the trade generally a very large stock of O T, O T II I a AT (VHOliKSAlifj Ui-t,Litj3i v xuij i Evry article of which being manufactured by tht'Uisclvesat 300 Market Street, Philadelphia, buyers will have STEAM BAKERY. Bread for the Hungry ! NEW STEAM BAKERY, WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. WE DESIRE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS of Evansville, and the community in gen eral, that our NEW STEAM BAKERY, NO. 11 WATKR. STREET, Is now in successful operation, and we shall keep constantly on hand and make to order, on short notice, all articles made at like niannfitctcries ; such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Ac, Ac. Being supplied with all the modern machinery to faciliate us in our business, we flatter ourselves that we can give the most ample satisfaction in the quality of our goods and in prices. We will also keep on hand a large and choice stock of Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, c, to which wo call attention. Orders for public or privato Tarties, Festival), Balls, Ac , Ac, promptly Oiled on reasonable terms. seplStf A. WELD A CO. B BE i. Tf lm AMERICAN STABLE. On Third bet. Main and Locust Sts, THIS LTVEBT ESTABLISHMENT, WHICH is well known throughout the country, pos sesses Stable advantages superior to auy similar establishment in the City, having arrangements for the seccption of private horses at livery of the most elegant and complete description, and at the lowest rates. Carriages for visiting to 1st. Coaches, light wagons, and every kind of road rehicle to hst. Horses sold on commission Second hand Buggy's for sale at the very lowest prices. Fassengers for warded to all parts of the cuuntrv by special con veyance. RICHARDSON, BRITTON A CO. anlt SHIRT MANUFACTORY. J. SMITH'S SHIRT MANUFACTORY, STo,8 Second St, (IB BRAT'S block.) SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER FROM ME4.B urment and a fit warranted. A stock o ready. made Shirts and Collars always en hand, and . at prices that will suit the purchaser. Tucking iWHies, etiching Bosoms, Ac., done with neatness and despatch . Thankful for past favors the subscriber respect fully solicits a con t nance ef the patronage so liliftftUv bestowed fox the nent five y ear. . j LAW CARDS. WST. H. WALKER, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, EVANSVILLE, IND., Office on Third Street, octl3-ly Opposite Court House. CHARLES DENBY, Attorney at Law, Has resumed the practice of Law. Office on Third Street, middle of Hall's Block, up stairs. fct2 RE I D, at Law JAMES Attorney AND COLLECTING AGENT. OFFICE On Third Street, third door from Main Street, In the Crescent City Bank Building, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. fehaB-ly Jas. T. Walker, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND Agent for obtaining Pensions, Back Pay and Bounty FOR DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND FOR the Widows and other legal representatives of those who die in the service of the United States. Office on the North-West side of Third 8treet, near the Washington House .aid nearly opposite the Court House, Evansville, Indiana. All business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. jy!8-Iy SADDLERY. W. r. t'ORWIH. J. R. MA;ilK THE NEW FIRM. the boats which hastened from nil sides tial measures they deem it impossible to He has Several Alleviating FDR Pain when Teeth. Anaesthetics Kxtracting Cheeks that are snnkencanbe restored to nearly heir original contour. All desirable styles of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, made anywhere in the United States, are made by him. Irregularities of Children's Teeth success fully corrected. Those having . DECAYED TEETH Should either have ihein Extracted or Filled, (the latter if possible.) The health of the parties and the remaininvi Teeth demand it. NEURALGIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED. ALSO CLEFT PALATE Ofllee on First St , Near Post Office. CLOTHING. The Best is always the Cheapest. Especially is this true of O jLt. O 137 H I JJ O AND Gents' Furnishing GoocL. DRUGS, &c. Test it by calling on J. H. CARLIN, No. 8 FIRST STREET, (A'EAK POST-OFFICE,) EVANSVILLE, IND. WE H. P. STODDARD, So. 17 Main Street, EVAXSVILLE, IND. TO ARTISTS Ambrotype and Photograph stock of every description, including Came ras, Chemicals, Cases and Frames ; a larjfe variety constantly on hand and for sale at reasonable prices at WM. n. P. STODDARD'S, 17 Main street. SODA ASH AND CONCKNTUATED LYE for making Soap. A superior article just re cefvedat 17 MAIN STREET OSTETTER'S PLANTATION BITTERS and H German Bilteis, together with a great variety orPatent Medicines, at 17 MAIN STREET, pi'HF AND UNADULTERATED CREAM J. Tarter for family use; also Soda and Spices pur-, at 17 MAIN STREET. C0COINE7TmBB0aT1KATHARIN, Tlil C A 1" HE ROUS, ZylabaUamum, aud all tho lest preparations for the Hair at WM. H. P. STODDARD'S. 76-Vf,"0ILND BURNINgTfLFID BY THE gallon or barrel at 17 MAIN STREET. PRINTERS INK. BLACK AND COLORED, in small cans Wade's manufacture for sale STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JCST RE- ! turned irom the East, where he has laid in j one of the best stocks of Clothiug and Gents' Fur nishing Goods ever brought to this City. My i Cloths, Cassimerea, Vestings Ac, were selected with an eye single to quality aud style ; aud hav- I iug become conversant with the taste of 6ur peo- I pie, am satisfied that in this particular my Goods will give excellent satisfaction. Geuts Furnishing Goods of every dSfriptioa will also Ik- found at my establishment such as Gloves. Hosiery, Neck-Tics, Shirts, Collars, Sus penders, Ac. My facilities for mannfactnriu Clothing are excellent; and as for Cutting Ga'ments to fit no satisfaction no pay I ask no one In take a mean fitting garment off my hands. Over-t'oatings of every Variety .nd style will be found at my .stablishuuai. Though it may sound unreasonable toi k Overcoats during the " heated term," we must remember that in 'peace is the timeto-n rofor war," and in Summer make our preparations for the cold blasts of V inter. -No bettet preparation can be devised than the ordering ot a good reliable Overcoat, such as may le fonnd at No. 8 First Street. Orders for Clothing of every des-ription will receive the personal attention of the undersigned, and will be promptly attended to. The niotte at No. $ is, " Promises punctually fulfilled." Before orderit-g Fall or Winter suits Gents will consult their own interest by examining my GoikIs and Trices. Remember the place No. 8 First Street, (near Post Office,) aut'lS J." H. CARLIN. STOVE WORKS. BknaV l a large and varied assortment at 17 MAIN STREET. XITI7.ZABD OIL-THE V kin OLD ORIGINAL kind; a supply just received at DRY GOODS. r. w. naiNxnr.TEB. A. helblixq SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS. CO., Arrival of Goods Much Needed. 1ETE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, nctici Xtinseys, 4-4 Osnaburgs and "Kerseys." Forests a: (KEEN A PRESTON'S, nerfl BRIfS.Kfv.EYER & Manufacturer of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron RnlUn House, Fronts, Verandas, Balconies, Castings In General, COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, Ac OSS' Sales Room Main Street, opposite Court H ef-FouDderj JRisT the Month of Pigeon Creek EVANSVILLE, IND. ORDERS SOL1CITED.-W my9 to tbe scene encountered great pnl in picking up from the water the few who had succeeded in getting away from the Weekawken before she sank. Almost at the moment she went down some twenty or more sprang to the boats and succeeded in getting away. As many others were rescued from the surging waves by the launches of the flag-ship, the South Carolina, and the tugboats Dandelion and Iris. Thirty perished. All day the Weehawken had labored heavily in the sea, which kept her decks constantly submerged, and which tre- j quently swept in huge Tolumes into her forward hatch. Towards noon the crew commenced playing her; but, accustomed as they were in I every gale, to the shipping of such seas, it is believed that they had grown confi- dent and careless of danger, and paid no ! heed to the encroaching waters, until it j was too late to resist them. They dream- ed of no peril till the waves had fairly vawned to swallow them. Then, when it "was known for a certainty that the ves sel was to be lost, a panic of fright and tear benumhe.l tnetn, ana tne terror stricken crew below had little help themselves. I here were men in. irons between decks, and the sergeant-at-arroa rushed frantically away to re lease them. Poor fellows, they all went down. There were invalids in the sick bay, and to their relief the surgeon sent his steward, who never returned. There were firemen at the furnaces, to whom Tain shrieks for a helping hand at the pumps were made. A few of the confi dent were rushing to their quarters to save their effects, jostling the timid on their way to the deck to save themselves. It was in the midst of scenes like these that the Weehawken went down. I beliyve that uone of the officers per ished, save the four assistant engineers, who were overtaken by the flood before they could make any effort to escape. Commander Duncan had only taken command of the Weehawken on Satur day, having " been detached from the Paul Jones to relieve Commander Cal- ! houn. The officers' clothing, the pay master's funds, and the papers of the ; ! ship sank with her. The yeoman was broug'at alive on j board the flag ship, but died with spasms : a few moments afterwards. Various parties were picked up and taked to the nearest vessel, where every provision was : i made for their restoration. Those of: the crew who were saved are now scat-' tered in small squads throughout the j fleet. It is impossible at present to pro- ' care the names of those who were lost. I The Weehawken is lying in five fathoms i of water, and will soon be raised. Un til she is brought up no one can telt with certainty why she sank. It was through no fault of her "overhang," for she ap parently took in no water except at her forward hatch and hawse hole. It Was, to the best of my knowledge, through the inattentions, neglect and bad manage ment of those on board that the vessel has been lost Had the pumps been set at work when the waves first dashed in, it is probable that the Weehawken would at this moment have been afloat. Had the bars with which her compart- surrender at discretion to utter destruction. and are resolved Congratulatory Order from General Burnslde. Boot A Shoe Jewelers. Families. fc SSIHTOK nsing Machines, Headquarters Army of the Ohio, ) Ik the Feld, November 30, 1863. GENERAL FIELD ORDERS NO. 33. The brilliant events of the 29th inst., so successful to our arms, seem to pre sent a fitting occasion for the Command ing General to thank this army for their conduct through the sevee experiences of the past seventeen days: to assure IIWII IMG VI L 'I . ..... 1 , i . 1. aT.Ua . .., . V,Ann,n.. 1 Una hoH out chain, to ease j lU01" luc """"y " uii iuc uuuipaigii in iuv . coi tn. 'i iu give them the news of the great victory gained by Gen. Grant, toward which ttieir fortitude and their bravery have in a high degree contributed. In every fight in which they have been engaged, and recently in thos near Knoxville, at Loudon, tt Campbell's Station, and finally around the de fenses on both sides of the river, while on the march, and in cold and in hun- tliao h.ifa aesfmrhprs snnwn n Anirit. power to , ' 7 i r .r AC- wuicu una given - c x . iu j v. ... v. Vu.w a name seco-1 o none. By Valuing in check a powerful body of the enemy, they have seriously weak ened the rebel army under Bragg, which has been completely defeated by General Grant, and at the latest accounts was in full retreat for Dalton, closely pursued by him, with the loss of six thousand prisoners, fifty-two pieces of artillery, aud twelve stands of colors. For this great and practical result, toward which the Army of the Ohio has done so much, the Commanding Gener al congratulates them, and with the full- j est reliance on their patience and cour age in the dangers they may yet have to i meet, looks forward with confidence, un- i dor the blessing of Almighty God, to a j onoopsofnl rlnsp of the camnai?n. uuuuvwu. . g O By command of AlAJ. tiEN. JJUKflMDi!. Lewis Richmond, A. A. G. It Is a Liquid. Remember. Finis. I 23-1 y hoot HVaaflsctatmi will iii.. I it tne best article known for Cementing the Channels, as it works without delay, is not afflect ed hy any change of temperature. JEWELERS Will find It sufficiently adhesive for their use, as has been proved. It la eapeelally adapted to Leather, ! And we claim as an especial merit, that it sticks Patches and Llaiags to Boots and Shoes sp "iciently strong without stitching. IT IS THE ONLY LIQUID CEMENT Extant, that Is a snrs thing for mending FURNITURE, CROCKERY, TOYS, BONE, IVORY, And articles ef housohold us. REMEMBER Hilton's Insoluble Cemen Is in a liquid form and as i a-i-.y applied as paste. Uillon's Insoluble Cement Is insoluble in water or oil. Hilton's Insoluble Cement i Adheres oily substances. Supplied in Family or Manufactur ers' Packages from 'I ounces to 100 lbs. HILTON, BK0S. k CO., Proprietors, PROVIDENCE, R. I Only One Profit to Pay. Also a fall line of P. WE, Boys' Clotliliis, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, We Sell at Eastern Prices Transportation added. with WATCHES Jfc JEWELRY. WATCHES JEWELRY, TnE SFRSCRIBERS, WHOLESALE manufacturers of Saddles, Bridles. Collars, Harness, Ac, desire to inform the public that wa have largely increased our stock on hand, and nf close application ourselve and the employment of good workman in our shops, we art able to fur nish on short notice auy and al I kinds aud q uautl -ties of work to snit the trade. Those who will favor us with a call, can satisfy themselves, thst they can procure, at lower prices, good substan tial, fane-.- and durable work of ns than they caa anywhere else, (and far better than '.be Eastern shop-work.) The members of the firm betas; JSBtical work men themselves, attending persWally .to all orders with promptness, care aud dispatch, deter mined that none shall excel in style of finish or quality of work, give better satisfaction to those patronizing us; feel confident it will be to the interest of al'. to come and see for themselves be fore purchasing elsewhere. Store on Locust Street, above the Sherwood House, between First and Second Streets, No. 5. N B. Gnaranteo all we sell. sep2 W. t. CORWIN A CO. Iremoval. MEDICAL. S. W. THOMPSON, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Onici akd Residence No. 35 WsxauT Stbiet (At Sr. Rdnaid'sOld Stand) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. nov29-ly SASH AND DOORS. JAMES STEELE, (Successor to Steele A Hnrwaa,) SECOND ST., BET. CHESTNUT AND CHERRY, EVANS VILLE, INDIANA. cast? TinnTje wttid o w t tu bc Dressed Lumber Boards, Laths, Ac., of every description constantly; on hand. Packing Boxes of all kinds Blade to or. erder. Sawing of every kind dons on the shortest notice. . aplS-ly AT THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM HAVE RB moved their Saddlery establishment to the Corner of Main and Second Street, in the room oc cepied by Fred. Krone, deceased. C. WOLFF & J. KEOEPSCH, MAXVFA.CTTBEBS OP ASD DEALERS IX Saddles, Harness, COLLARS, &g., &c., Main Street, Cor. Second, (Store formerly ocenppied by Fred. Krone.) B3.AU orders attended to with dispatch. V ork warranted. novl5-ljr W. HUNNELL, CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CANAL, EVANSVILLE, IND., Has on hand the largest lot of Sashes, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Ac., Ever Manufactured In the West. THEY ARE OF MY OWN MAZE. I hare also a fine lot of White Pine and Popular Flooring. Monldingof all kinds made and sawing of all descriptions done at the shortest notice. HOTEL. Wholesale and Retail. MARBLE WORKS. UHLHOBN & BEINEMAN, (Successor to BI. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in 1MERICAX ITALIAN MARBLE. Main Streei Near Court House. EVANSVILLE, - - - INDIANA GEO. A. BITTR0LFF Has just opened at the old stand TVo- 48. MAIN S WELZES EJT One of tho largest and best selected stocks of WATCHES, CLOCKS TOYS & FANCY GOODS. AND 23 y Monuments, M inds of Furniture W cutod in the latest an ties. Tombs, Vases, and all Vneatly and promptly ex t CBt styles. deel FURS! FURS ! I FURS!!! WE ABE NOW REGEIV1NG A VERY large and well assorted stock of Ladies' and Misses's fancr Furs, comprising in part the fol lowing: Sable, Blink, Russian Fitch, Stone Mar tin Fisher, Lyns, German Fitch, Siberian Squir rel, Ermine, Genet. Swans Down, and for trim mings of every descriptions. Gentlemen's Fur Collars and Gloves. Children's Purs, Bluffs, Cuffs, either separate or in sets. Ilaviag selected the : goods ourselves, customers can reiy on getting mo I very best grade of goods and at prices as low as 'the lowest. HATS AND CAPS. Our st.ick of Hats and Caps for Men aud Boy's, is now complete, having just been replenished with the very latest Winter styles, gotten up with care under our own supervision. Jusx Received, Direct from the Quarries, the The Finest Stock of Marble Ever brought te this market, aud for sale at STREET & YOUNG'S American and Italian Marble Manufactory, WARE AND SALES ROOM WTO. 134 MAIN STREET, Near the Canal. Diamond Rins and Pins, Silver Ware, Silver Caps, Sonp Ladles, Table and Tea Spoons, Napkin Rings, Batter Knives, Childrens' Setts, &c.. &c. Plated Ware, Fall Tea Sets, Castors, Pitchers, Caps, Batter Dishes, Salt-Cellars, Goblets, Jewelry, A fall assortment ot all kinds of Spectacles, Watch Materials, Watch Glasses, &c, &c. Having bought my stock for Cash, T can sell at the lowest figures for Cash. Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. GEO. A. BITTROLFF, sepo No. 48 Main Street. WHARF BOATS. J. T. COS. r. M. BfMVHEEV. MISSES' FELT HATS. Latest New York styles. INFANT'S HATS. Fancy and plain, a ver; lage assortment, new styles. All FANCY CAPS, Of which we are receiving a splendid assortment. VACTIER A MARCONNIER, No. S9 Main Street. Our facilities for furnishing those wishing MONUMENTS. GRAVESTONES. TOMBS, MANTLES, r anything else in our line, are unsurpassed in lie West Our Stock of Marble Is complete, having been el ected with great care at the Qnarries. myCdAw COX & HUMPHREY, Forwarding & Commission MERCHANTS, STEAMBOAT AGENTS & WHARF BOAT PROPRIETORS, And Agents Louisville v. Henderson and Evansville & Cairo Packet Companies, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. FOR THE ESPKCIaL ACC0MBI0DATI0N OK Louisville A Memphis and Cincinnati A Bteninhis Packets aud transient Boats, we have net purchased another largo and commodious r WHARF-BOAT, which is now at the wharf, foot of Sycamore street, which will give 'us great addi- tional facilities for receiving and forwarding ' goods. All freight for the Louisville A Cairo pack- j ets will be received as usual at the npper whart j boat, and for all other boats at the sne just pur-chase-.!. Freight received at all hours, both day and night. W For promptness and strict attention to business, we refer to Cap'. A. Donally, Capt. J. H. Bunce, Messrs. Bement A Viule, Messrs. Sher- 1 ley A Woolfulk, Capt. H. T. I'axter, Oapt. F. M. J Davidson, Messrs. Krats A Htilman, T. M'Erwin i A Co., Cast. J. Hutsinpiller, Capt. J. A. Lusk, ; ) Samuel Orr, Esq., Moorehead A Co. dec!2 ( Toys and Fancy Goods AT Wholesale and Retail. THK LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF Toys and Fancy Goods will be found at WARREN & CONYNGTON'S, No. 1 Main Street. Having bought our stock at first hands, we will ! duplicate Cincinnati bills. We invite ths trade to call and look through our establishment. Every imniagiuable 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 Rabber Toys, Rocking and Spring Horses, Wagons, Carts, Sleighs, Velocipedoes and Children's Osibs. Baskets of all kinds, China Tea Sets and Figures. Beantiful 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 and Beantiful 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, Guitars. Flutes, ACCORDEONS, MUSICAL BOXES, &c, &c. WARREN & C0NYNGT0N. Crescent City Hotel. Mrs. A. Webb, Proprietress ON WATER, BET. MAIN A LOCUST STS., (0pp. Steamboat Landing,) EVAKSVILLE, INDIANA. tSf A watch for Steamboats kept at all hours. MRS. WEBB TAKES PLEASURE IN AS uouncing to the public generally that ah hes not sold out the Crescent City Hotel, as re ported, but is still carrying- on at the old stand, en Water, between Main and Locust streets, and wonld Btill solicit a share of the pnllic patron age. rov21-6in NEW SALOON. SHAEFEB S SALOON. BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT, On Third Street between Main and sycamore, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. oct'J-lm CHANGE OF EXCHANGE A NEW ARRANGEMENT. SAM GBAHMER & HARRY J0HXS0N having purchased Theodore's Exchange, ARE FITTING IT UP 15 EXCELLENT style for a first class BILLIARD SALOON and RESTAURANT. They will keep at the bar the best brands o Liquors and their birders will at all times be filled with the richest dainties from the animal and vegetable kingdoms, and the waters of the vasty deep will be made to contribute of their richest stores. Especial attention will be given to the m'wae, which will be under charge of the most competent aitists. Their Billiard Room is large and their TABLES FIRST CLAS8. Tbe establishment will re -open on Tuesday next. A liberal skare of public patronage is respectfully Slicked. mv30d3m VARIETY STORE. PUSHEE S VARIETY STORE, No. 20 Main Street, I S THE Combs, Brusbes, BANK ELECTION. rpnK STOCKHOLDERS IN THE EVANS A VILLE Branch of the Bank of tie State of Indiana are hereby notified that the annnal elec tion will be held at t'e Banking House, in Evans ville, on Tuesday, January 5th, 1864, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m. and 3 o'clock p. in., for five Directors to serve theensueing year. By ordor of the Board of Directors. no25dwtt SAM'L BAYARD, Cashier. PLACE TO FIND FAKCT GOODS, Pocket Wallets, Card Cases, Tablets, Scissors, Knives, Watch Keys, Guard Chains, Thimbles, Needles, Pins, Tape Measures, Beads, Belt Clasps, Goggles, Spectacles, Ther mometors, French Harps, Pop Gnus, Ivory Bat tles, Marbles, Chessmen, Dells, Corset Clasps, Steel Pens, Penciles, Games, Bubber Balls, Toilet Soap, Jewelry, Violin Strings, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Feather Dusters, Bird Cages, Childrens' Carriages, Ladies' Fancy Work and Traveling Baskets, Ac, Ac., at wholesale and re tail. 'P2! DRY GOODS. Hoods and Comforts for the Million. -IX7E HAVE JUST OPENED the largest stock V V of Hoods, Comforts, Ac., errr bronght to the city, and will sell them cheap at wholesale or re tail. 8CHAPKER A BUSSING, No. 49 Main Street. Cloaks and Shawls. HAVING RECEIVED ANOTHER LOT OF Cloaks and r-h-twl of every style and price, we can now supply the wholesale and retail trade to their entire satisfaction. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, Bo, 48 Main street.