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'- -J -. . - TERMS IX ADVANCE. f: .iii yea. . Mx mouths three months.. rOB DAILY. 6 00 3 00 1 50 Supplied by carriers at 12 cents per wek. TOB WEEKLY. .nree months , m . B I x months . S3 D pe Tear h f 1 50 FOB TBI-WBEKLY. Si i months X 00 One year 4 00 WATCHES & JEWELRY. Qi. L. BITTROLFF, JR., No. 1, North First Stree An entirely new Stock of Watches and Jewelry, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, &c 1 WOULD KKSPECTKirLLY INFORM TIs public that 1 have opened an entirely new and tuhioiiafia stock of tin" a! e good., which, bar been bought for oath, I am prepared to sell at prices as tow as the lowest, and warrant evoay article to be just as represented. From long sbp pcrience in the business, I am confident of giviug satisfaction, and hop to merit a share of the puh ilc patronage. l'rr-uusd att-nti m paid to repairing Ww.bbIisb docks asai Jewelry J. L. BITTROLFK, Jr., octlT-lsadAw No. 1, North Tint Street. SOAP AND CANDLES. Jliilip Xeelrer3 (Buceessor to Decker A Kramer), Manufacturer of Lard Oil SOAP AND CAUDLES. Also, as extra article ef BLBNI3Q, ENGINE, AND CAB OIL Dealers in Resin, Soda, Allies, Ac. Also Pure Catawba Win Ot our own raising, la quantities to salt par chasers, Ix ' 11 Jfaia Sir, estates Fint ad ttcend, Eva.ti ' Lt, Ibdiass. Tana cash, or 00 days' paper negotiable la Xnk. janao-l NOTICE. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils. The undersigned pay their Particular Attention To the sal of the above articles, and SOAP STOCKS (iEXKlULLV. OnStftiimen t scot to them will be .PROMPTLY' DISPOSED OF Quick Returns Madt OB very advaSr .! tirnia. We mail onr Weekly ( Iri ulsr jrall. to aU sending their arid re to A BRA M &- SONS, 23 Writer Street, W. T. City Q Iyl0dm DENTIST. F. HUTCHINSON, DENTIST, JtWtW. IIAS remored from - Mi I BBS l.i. A . . i inn oiu mure on l ue corner of Secnd and Main streets, to his new mollis on First at. two daors below Main, next to the Mervtntile Library, old Masonic Hall. He has snaml !! "X en 'the coluf.irt and eenvanleTu-A nf M palinu having enlarged and iucreaseil his fa ellities, ii Ddseruretl the assistance of ono of the beet workmen in tli- State. He can now supply the wants of those desiring his services. DB. HUTCHINSON HAVING FOB TBI last .even years received the nnlimited pat ronage of the oitixciis of Kvansvilloaad anrreniid tug 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, ts nirit a continujuMM. a Ui aania fisTor. r Personal Attention Oirsn In Erery f v. hi ...,, iiir tifriiisr trooa work eqnal any Est ahlisli merit in the IJjrttTjrl Hiatea. Every style of Artificial Teeth made ta Estt.is Cities aVe made by htm. Bei ranee at all times gives by referring to persons now wearing the BEATJTIFIT SETS OF TEETH prepared Id hfs offloe. Iiav in i had much exi-rl-tence in treatment of irregulartiy of CHIL DREN'S TEETH,-he would hare no hesita tion B saying the mont .Irregular cases can !e entirely correc cd by htm. Cases can lie seen in this city and coanty entirely corrected by him. Cleft, Palate or 0auingt in Palate succesfnlly treated, dejursjr, Neuralgiii -roctioos and all dis eases of the mouth successfully treated. Those siring ABTTFICIAL TEETH would du well to conduit him. Vsf iVrms very moderate. fsTTlie best Anearthetics for alleriating pain when extracting teeth. Chloroform given when requested. June 22 . HAAS, I 'KKMSii ' i I Y THANKFUL FOB THk 1 liberal rati ' nereceivej during ths past foar year, b4 'einh t i rn-.anent resident of this city, desires all iersoi (whether they need his profes sional serricss or " t) to visit his rooms and see the Various Style ol work Manufactured Improvements and Invent ;ons Are being made, and everything that will sabserre tha luteresu of his patients is sec Bred by him. H I Establishment and Faellltl s Are eqnal to any in R A 8 T K II N CITIES. He has Several Ansesthetics roa Alleviating Pain when Kxtraetlna Teetb. Phoeks that are snnkun can bo restored to noarl heir ori ginal 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 DECAVKD TEETH Shou Id either have them Extracted or Filled, (the latter if pusstSl.) The health of the parlies and - sae remaining Teeth ilemand it. NBITBALOIC AFFLICTIONS TBEATED. ALSO CLKKT PALATE Office on First St , Near Post Office. DRUGS, &e. WM. H. P. STODDARD, Ko n Main Street, EVAXSV1LLE, 1M). rpO ABTIST3 Ambretypo and Photograph A stock: of every description, including Came ras, Clurolcals, Cases aud Frames ; a large variety constantly on hand aud for sale at reasonabls prices at WBf. II. P. STODPABD'8.17 Main street. (JO DA ASH AN I) ASH A3iD OOSCENTRATED LYE fori - making uutp. A auperior article just re- ceivedat 17 MAIN STREET. OaTKTTBRH PLANTATION' BITTERS and . German Bitters, together with a great variety of Patent Medicines, at 17 MAIN STREET, AND FNADFLTERATED CREAM I T Tarter fur family use ; also Soda and Spices pare, at 17 MAIN STREET. CIOOOIWR AMBROSIA, KATIIARION, TBI- CAPtlEROUS, Zylahittsamum, aad all tha best preparations for the Hair at . . ia. ix. r. BiujiiiAsn a. OAL OIL ANLBLRNInG EL1d 3TTH1 gallon or bsuMNI 17 HAI3 BTKEKT. PRINTERS INK, BLAfK AND COLORED" is small cans Wade's manufacture fur sale at STODDABD'8, 17 Main Street. LAWV8, tAMp-CHIMNEYSrOLOBEs AND Shades; a large and varied assortment at , - 17 MAIN STREET. YXTIZZAUD OIL THE OLD ORIGINAL W kind ; a supply just received at STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street. DRY GOODS. Arrival of Goods Much Needed. -yg HATE JTJST RECEIVED A LOT OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS. PlaioL Linseys, 4-4 Osnaburgs and " Kerseys." For sale at fcKEEN A PRESTON'S. BOTH r..i 1 .c EVANS VILX.E VOLUME XVI. HARDWARE, &c. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., DEALERS IK HARD W A. Tt E AND O ITr LEK7 No. 13 FIRST STREET (SIGN BIO MIL.I SAW,! Have received a complete stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Hardware. Purchased aud Imported direct from the Manufacturers por CsflLjBEc, Enabling us to offer inducement! to Pur chasers rarely found in tha Wegt. We call the special attentioa of Dealers to our large and well aeleoted Stock, con sisting in part of Axes All the celebrated brands, Chains Log, Trace and Halter, . Table and Pocket Cutlery, Shovels and Spades, Cotton and Wool Cards, Wheel Heads, Weaver's Reeds, Spinning Wheels, Locks, Latches, Butts and Screws, Gun Trimmings, Brass Kettles, .L :' J Shot fin"-. Rifles and Revolvers, Chain Pump Fixtures, Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Gum Belting, Japanned Ware, Notions Large Stock. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., No. 13 First Street. CLOTHING. The Best is always the Cheapest. Especially Is this tree ef O Xa O T 13: X 2ST 3- AD Gents' Furnishing Good. Test it by ealiisg en J. R, ti A.8J in Off ami FIRST STREET, (NKAM POST-omcx.) TAN8TILL1, IND. ioou ,AHT2A :n rHE DNDt'RSI!HV AS J09T RE -turned Horn the East, whsrs he has laid la one of the ta ecoekeeS'eVKhing and Oents' Ear- nlsliiug (Xvids ever brought to this OHy. My Cloths, fttssinsres, Vestlngs. 4e., were selected with sn rye elngle to .quality and style ; aud hav Ing become eouversant with the taste of onr peo ple, am satisfied that -to this particular my Goods will gjvo excellent ssdlslactlon. Gouts Kurnisbiag Goods of every description will also be r..:md at my eatabltshmsnt snoh as Gloves.' Wofiery; Npck-Tics, Shirts, Collars, 8ns IK'aders, c. Mv facilities for manufacturia Ciothinir are excellent; and as ibr CBttiof; Ga iiwnU to fit no satisfaction no pay. I ask bo hh sc take a mean fitting garnMut off my hands. Over-Coatings of every variety nd style will be found at my rstbHiima ,. Though it may sound un reasonable u.. k Overcoats dnrinn the " heated term," we mast remember that in "peace is the tlroet-xs-ts refer war," aad in Summer make -nr preparations for the cold blasts of Winter. No better preparation caa be devised than the ordering of a good reliable Overcoat, such as may be found at No. S first Street. Orders for Clethin. of every description will receive the personal attention of the undersigned, and will be promptly atteaded te. The motte at No. is, " Promises punctually fulfilled." Before ordering Tall or Winter suits Gents will consult their own interest by examining my Gootltt and Prices. Remember the place No. 8 First Street, (near Post Offloe.) auglS JT. H. G1RLIN. COLLECTOR'S SALE. Collector's Sate of Seal Estate for tho payment of the coats 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 tome directed, I will sell at public auction, at the door of the Court House In said City, Thursday, December SI, at 10 o'clock a. m., the following Lota or parcels of Real Estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount charged and assessed against said Lots re-spectiv-ly for the costs sad expenses of making sidewalk improvements upon said Lots, together with the costs of sale, and that the said sale will be continued on the next day thereafter, vix : Friday, the 1st day of January, 18G4, st 10 o'clock s. m., at the same place for the purpose of selling sueh prop erty as may have leen sold on the day above aien oned and not paid for I BAKER'S ADDITION. Curniek Thomas, let 2, blk J do lots, Mk Carpenter A B, lot 10, blk do lot 11, blk 3 Whittlesey A X, W G, lot 4. blk I 3 R9 3 SS i.09 S 58 , S (19 s s . S S8 . S S ao lot 6, hlk I. Gesc.lirh Florian, lot lot 12. Blk 2 Hall George, lot 9, blk a LAHA8C0. Wearer John, lot 4, blk 64 4 15 Koenlg W G, lot 5, blk 64 4 16 Brits Jacob, lot 6, blk 64 4 15 do lo 7, blk 64 ..... 3 99 Bur tie John, lot 10, blk 55 .11 SS Keller D 0, lot 1, blk 67 8 9S do lot S, blk 67 .'7 88 do lot 3, blk 57 irt 88 do lot 4, blk 67 7 88 de lot 6, blk 67 S 8 Carpenter A B, lot IS, blk 130 7 60 8o reason SoTon, lot 1, blk 184 T SO dsclT WM. G. BaPitS, Collector. m: o PUBLISHED BY JAHAU H. McNEEIT. F. M. THATEB. JN0. H. McNEKLY ci;eb tub naji or tbb Evansville Journal Company. ' cairy. With this detachment i went. ; The weather had continued rainy, but Journal Buildings, I ,hpr wenu interva!s of fair thov Y ' i was fatr when we commenced our marcb, j LOCUST STREET, at 5 o'clock P. M. Twilight had let her ' betwbejt riB3T aud Wat kk. nrtin down, but forgot to pin it vith a . l. 1 . wstar. Heajry, dark clouds were scudding--1 WKDKBSDAT ...... ..deckmbkb 23 i thwart kJ. portentous of a coming I sturm. The moon, whose modest disc ! From an Occasional Correspondent. Camp Tom Baowy, Union City.Tbjik., ") Pec. 7th, ISfiS. I Sixteoath Army Corps, ttl. Dir., 1st Brig. J Editors Journal : Reckoning that your respected read ers would like a communication from this part of Dixie, I, having a little leisure, and also the will, propose to gratify them. As you are perhaps awate, your correspondent is a member of the 7th Indiana caTalry. The regi ment was organized at Indianapolis, and left that city on the 6th of December, for Cairo, reaching that place on the 8th. The weather was exceedingly propitious when starting, bnt when we arrived at Mattoon, Ills., it became lowering and drizzly, and grew worse as we seared Cairo, where it culminated in a general deluge. Cairo, you are aware, is a mass of xnud always, or if not that, a bed of dust; consequently we found its general character to be of the first horn of the above description. The buildings are of a wretched style of architecture, and in habited by a grasping, unconscionable community. The trade ol the place is principally with men attached to either the . array or naTj, and as the traders rons'def such person i fit biects for rob berv, thdy emirge for everything the most extortionate price.-t. We were obliged to remain at Cairo, to our great riisgtlstand discomfort, from Tuesday morning until Friday, the lltb, when tho last shipment was made, and all that belonged to the regiment, was shipped to Columbus, Ky. This was in consequence of red-tapism. There was no excuse for the delay, for at the wharf there were many more boats in Govern ment employment, lying idle, than would have transported two such regiments in twelve hours, ;but the circumlocution of fice knows how not to- do it, ami they take good care to indulge the practice to the top of their bent. We remained at Colupibus twenty four hours, and then took up our route to this place, distant 26 miles from Columbus, sending our baggage by the cars of the Mobile Sc Ohio Railroad, twelve hours in advance of us. Columbus has considerable notoriety as a Blratcgical point, and, is cabable, when properly fortified, of resisting the most desperate assaults. The town its- It IS Ot (MUtemntihbj, niweaaiouaKKuar on a piateau , iiiiiiemi, evmeiuiv un uimviai deposit, of no very considerabla extent, and, with a few exceptions, the buildings are a mass of hovels pitched in a mud puddle. The inhabitants are such as are chiefly in Government employ, and the colored element largely prevails. There are quite a number of troops sta tioned there to garrison the place. There is also the nucleus of a color ed regiment. The plateau on which the town is built, is surrounded by the elevated country beyond, the face of which is pr oipitous, and rises to a consid erable hight It is this peculiarity which rendereit so eminently capable of effecti v fortification, and yon may rely upon it, Us advantages have not been rejected. The local history of the place is, so far as this rebellion is concerned, well known, and I shall therefore dismiss it. as it is undeserving of any notes of ad miration that is in my opinion. We started on our march about 7 A. M.i' and soon attained the summit of tho the elevated country in the rear of the town. The weather was not very animating, for the sky was lowering, and slowly fell the fine globules of a mist, sometimes designated as Scotch, I suppose, because of its penetrattng quality. From our elevated position, we had an excellent opportunity for making observations of the surrounding coun try, but we found that such labor would be effort lost, everything to be seen be ing inattractive. There were abuudant evidences of the attempts the secesh had made to render the position impregna ble, and as this - -as the threshold, after passing which, our adventures were to commence. I was struck with the des olate aspect of everything above, bt yond and around. For miles on our route, nothing animated was to be seen, no sound save the plashing of the fall ing rain, the soughing of the wind through the branches of the tall forest trees, and the slight noise of our on ward march. Not even the cawing of the carrion crow, was to be heard, nor the flight of the soaring buzzard which hovers over the abode of dessolation was to be seen, and the impression on our minds was correspondingly depress ing. Through such a country we passed for hours, occasionally seeing a solitary habitation with scarcely a living soul about it We passed through Clinton, a place of small note, rendered still smaller since the beginning of the re-bellionr-atid on we went passing a con temptible place ycleped Moscow, situated , on the bank of a creek of difficult pas sage, unbridged; and at length five miles beyond Moscow, we halted in the woods, in the tempest, without tents or aught to shelter us for the night On Saturday at noon wo arrived at Union Otfy, and formed Camp Tom Brown, named so in honor .of our excellent Lt Col. Tom. Brown, of Randolph county. Union city, which is to figure some what largely in this contest for a united or dissevered republic of freemen, is situ ted 26 miles from Columbus, in Obion county, Ky., on the Ohio and Mobile railroad and is at present the terminus, of the working part of the road, famish ing us with our. supplies, and forming the connecting link between us aad Chris tianized civilization. the town itself would be undeserving a line, either of j j praise or blame, its very insignificance j I being so excessive, were it not for the 1 fact that it has been selected as the point to organise a movement which will un- doubtedly eventuate in the extermination or dispersion of the forces of the enemy now infesting V est Tennessee. It is well known to us that Faulkner and For- rest afe very near to us, in fact, so near that their audacity is amazing; but they will find, if their hardihood will but hold out, that sometimes boldness is supreme f0l r A' . - .. . Un Monday, tne l-ittt inst., one bun- dred men, under command of Mai or Christ Beck, were Wched to Dresden, iweiiiy-tsix miies uisiam iu a souineasi- erly direction from this place, and on Tuesday one hundred more, under the r N i -N a- EV.OSVfLLE, INI)., VVRDNKS"AV, DECEMBER 23 command of Lieut. Ool. Torn Brown, were dispatched to'the same point: final-1 ! It, on Wednesday, th8 l6th,two hundred 1 , of our regiment, and tro hundred and fifteen of the li'th Regiment Pennsylva-' I nia Cavalry, were dispatched, the en-' : trrety undof . the command of Col. J. P. I C Shanks. Colonel cotnmandinor the 7th 1 appeared through the scattered clouds. , gleamed forth with a soft radiance, light- j ing our path, and smiling down upon us as though she wished us success, and was : willing to aid us with all her limited power. And much was her assistance ' needed, for our route lay over a difficult road, winding through a dense forest ex tending some six miles, before we at tained the common highway; and be sides, our guide was not the best itt the world. We had gone about ten miles, when the moon was hid, and darkness itself was invisible. The rain fell in tor rents, and I leave it to yonr readers to imagine our situation : but to assist them in forming a notion, I would suggest to them to take tnto their account two and a half miles of rood causewayed through a swamp, fed by the overflow of the many forks of the Obion, and spanned at regu lar intervals by twenty-seven of tBe most wretched structures that ever were ap pelated .bridges. But we surmount d this formidable obstacle, with but one in cident, a young fellow of company "M " fell from a bridge into the water, and would have perished but for the energy of Col. Shanks, who sprang from his horse and rescued bira, the horse being also drawn ashore. At length our guide, fatigued and bewildered, lul't u to shift for ourselves, about sixteen miles on our journey, in a turn of the road flanked on one side by a smalt steep rrfvine, and on the other by a dense fiiresc Here, un certain how fie proceed, we balled it. the tempest, the lightning occasionally flash ing in our faces and aggravating the disH malness of our situation. We sat out the remainder of this terrible night on our horses, and when light enough was given us (o, see our way, we proceeded, the deluge still continuing. We arrived at Dresden at about 9 a. m., finding the two detachments, which had preceedod us, in good condition' and spirit Not being able to get provender for our horses near the town, we filed to the left about four miles, and put tip at tho corn ca-ib of an old rebel, and duly refreshed our stock, tho boys tnakiugiiee with chickens and other fixings. In the meantime, Major Beck and Lieut. Col. Tom Brown had not been idle, and their report to Shanks revealed the fact that Col. Faulker was two miles east of Paris organizing and recruitiug a force under Forrest, to hold as they swear they will, Sonthewi Kentucky and West Tennessee. A consultation of officers was held, and the conclusion ar rived at to proceed instauter and attack him. But when our horses and men mill iciiusncii, ami s nun ut-.-uic the inclemency of tBMvmther, our offi cers had resolved ttnfiTOve forward, a courier arrived ordering our return, which order was sullenly complied w&h. This order will be found to have been h grave error, for Faulkner, from the most credible information- from undoubted Union men, had but seven hundred men, half of whom were but raw conscripts und recruits. Wc snail never have so fine a chance to punish Faulkner's pre sumption, I fear, again. In thirty six hours we reached Camp Tom Brown, secured and fed our horses, got some thing to eat and drink, and then took time to reflect upon the effects of our ex pedition. One good effect will be, the men will know tbe importance of keep ing close column in a march, and tbe good consequences of stringent disci pline. Other incidents of ttie expedition, I must reluctantly omit because I have already sufficiently elongated my com munication, r.nd will close it by stating, that the effect of Gen. Hurlbut's order, compelling the service in our army of all able bodied male inhabitants, within his jurisdiction, has had the desired ef fect of making all show their hands, and it is better thus; for I would rather fight an open enemy, than a concealed foe, because from the attempts of the former I can guard, while from the insidious machinations of the latter, I can have no security. M. MARBLE WORKS. UHLHORX & BS I N KM AN, (Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealerti in 1MEKICAX K0 ITALIAN MARBLE. Main Street Sear Court House. CVAKSVILLK, - - - INDIANA e)CT"Moiiuments, M inds of 1'urniture W cuted iu the latest an ties. TomliR, Tases, ami all V neatly aud promptly ex i test styles. deel Just Roooivod, Direct from tho Quarries, the The Finest Stock of Marble Ever iirought te this market, and for sale at STREET & YOUNG'S American and Italian Garble Manufactory, WARE AMD SALES ROOM No. 134 MAIN STREET, Near the Canal .Bstarti . era .lUofc.uivaJI t-i'.uA (ft . facilities for faimsbiar .BS'IH .'A V3Q wishing Our those MOM MUM'S, GRAVESTONES, TOM B 8 , M A N T Ii H S, r auj thlug else in oar line, are unsurpassed iu he West Our Stock of Marble fscomi lete, having been el ected with great ears at the Quarries. tuyOd&w SHIRT MANUFACTORY. J. SMITH'S oTTTTJT UrT A ATTTI? A P-TTIX? V oXLXl JU.ia.XB UDAOlUhi, ! KTo, 0 BOCOnd. JS"t, j (u bbat's block.) , I QUIRTS MADE TO ORDER FROM MEAS- O urment and a fit warranted. A stock o I ready.made Shirts and Collars always on baud, and prices tliat will suit ths purohaser. Tucklsg I Bourns, Ac. don. with neatness Thankful for part favors the subscriber respect fully solicits a eontuauce of the patronage so uoe rally peslowed tor the past Dve years. ocUs J. SMITH. DAILY edition. BOOTS & SHOES. w PS o M Ph E-i so H S -j - cj r-J P En w o Eh a m o o m p 1 4 e- 0 -p 0 H u s a 0 n o u 8 Q & i O O N & M O H - o w (3 r-I 0 0 eH S3 T. s S3 0 H a 0 0 2 o 0 m 3D u 0 S w A S I W EH o M o o Eh CO Eh m rA NEW SHOE STORE. F. M. NELL MAN ITas just received, st No. 35 MAIN STREET A largc-.and carefully eolec ted stock of BOOTS, SHOES. GAIIKKS, SLIPPERS, CHILDREN'S WEAR, Ok" THK I.ATKST STYLES, WHICH HB IS aWliiigj hi Iqw as auy house in the city. The pnblicari' iuvllo.1 fo call nml cxamtue Oouds and Prior! before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants his goods te give satisfaction. No trouble to Bluiw gaud. Mending Am FREE OF CHARGE, should they prematurely a;lve way. """Pi "" jSTHSiSVtfiet. 1LIT STREET. TURNER & GWATHMEY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALBR9 IN BOOTS AND SHOES, AM) & Caps, ffo. 15 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, .D I A N A INSURANCE AGENCY. H O M E INSTJRANCE COMPANY, Of Kew York. Office 112 and 114 Broadway With a Cash Oapitnl all p."u1 in of ONE MILLION DOLLARS. ASSETS JTJLY 1st, 1801 11,500,000 The Home Insurance Company insures against Loss or Damage by Fire ou Dwellings and their cnutonts, fitr a terBi of from 1 to 5 years on tks most favorable terms. Stores, Warehouses, Stocks nf Mt-rchaudize, Produce, Manutactories, Machine sa l all insurable property, at fair and equitable rates, ami on INLAND NAVIGATION Aad Transportation, Shipments upon the Rivers, liakes. Canals and Railroads, as low as tbe nature of tlte risks will bear, with fairness to the assured aud the Company. Adjusting all losses fairly, and pr Tiptly paying them. CUAS. J. MARTIN, Pres't. A. F. WII.MABTH, Tice Pres't. J. Mn.TOB Smith. Secretary. Jobb McGee, Ass't Sec'y. Applications made to and policies Issued by A. a H AIjLKCK 4 SON, Ag'ts, First Street, near Post Office. I N rC0 R Tj?0 R A T TmY CITY Fire Insurance Company, OF HAETF0RD, CONN. Capita , $350,000 B. C. WATTE, Sec'v. C. B. BOWERS, Pres't. 8. A. PRICK, General Agent, Residing at Chicago, Ills. CASH CAPITAL ASD SURPLUS 8327,540. 1U1B UUM1I1J I11SU1DD AlUBl IUDI .UU IWUU, , bv fire on Dwellings and their Contents, Stores, j Warehouses, 8tocks of Merchandize and all insur- i able property at as reasonable rates of premium as able property f ..1, n-iii sun ii-u.'ii-f - ' "iiipni . jwjumnny ttj ana CAeTS vrpmvt Applications made to aud Policies issued by A. C. HALLECK A SON., First Street, near Post Office, sugzl-lyd Ktakstius, Ikp. BOOT & JH' mm&m m. 7 B FisbbbbbL I rffJP wij . l-.-.-ih mil lo . r!io . no; No. 15 JOURNAL. 18f3. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS YCST RECEIVED, A SPLENDID ASSORT- MK'T of nicely decorated French China Motto Cups and Saucers all sizes ; Cut Glass Gilt Colognes ; Alabaster and Gilt Toilet Bottles ; For sals low by M. A. LAWRENCE, 18 Main Street. TOY TEA SETS. JUST RECEIVED A FI5H ASSORTMENT OF Children's Toy Tea Sots, all sises and Battarns, and for sale cheap by M. A. LAWRENCE, 18 Main Street BOHEMIAN CLASS. JU8T ope.NEP A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of rieh Cut Bohemian Glass, Consisting ef Cut Decanters, Cut Wins Bottles, Goblets. Wiues, Tumblers, Cordials, Colognes, Toilet Bottles, Wins Sets, Celeries, Spoon Hold ers, Bard Receivers, As., 4.C., and for sale low by M. A LAWRENCE, 18 Main Street PvVRIAN WARE. JUST OPENING A SPLENDID ASSORT J ME NT of Parian Ware, suitable for Christmas and New Tear Presents, consisting of Tases, (vari ous sites,) Pitchers, ToiLt and Jewelry Boxes, Jko., Ac. For salo low by M. A. LAWRENCE, 18 Main Street. A. WARFJ. YUST RECEITED AN ASSORTMENT OF I the cnletiruCi: 1 I.va Ware; consisting of Tea pot". Sugar and Cream Bowls, Cnps aud Saucers' Sogar Stauds, Tobacco Boxes, Card Receivers, Ac, Ao. Fur sale low by M A. LAWRENCE, 18 Main Street. SILVER PLATED WARE. JUST RECEIVING DIRECT FROM THE manufacturers, a splendid assortment of Silver styles and pAtterns, consisting of Tea' aha IaIbcs Seti, Grecian styles; CutTee Urns, Grecian style: Pinner and Breakfast Castors, Bell Castors. Call Balls, Table and Tea Spoons, Table and Desert Hooks, Soup Ladles, Pitchers, Ac, Ac. For sale low by M A. LAWRENCE, 18 Main Street. CLOTHING. UNITjED STATES Wholesale Clothing AND FURNISHING HOUSE. Clothing for the Million! L. LOEWENTHAL & CO., " gain In the market, at ths old wsll known stand Cor. Main and First Sts., Which han seen rebailt and enlarged,) with the largest and best selected stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING AND Gentlemen's Furnishing Good Ewer Opener! In t his Market. OUR OLD CUSTOMERS AND THE TRADE generally are respectfully Invited to call ami examine our Goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere, as we feel assured we can oner snperier inducements to CASH buyers. One of our firm resides in New York, and has had many years experience in buying and manu facturing, and devotes bis whole time to Pnrrhaalug and Superintending the Nanufac taring Department, And as we buy exclusively for CASH, we can aad will sell as low to the trade as any House East or "West. eepll DRUGGISTS. WM. E. HALLOCK, MO. 10, FIRST STREET, NEAR POST OFFICE, HAS JUST RECEIVED HOSTETTER'S Plan tation and Holland's Bitters ; also a large variety of all ths Patent Medicines. COCOAINE, AMBROSIA, KATHAIRON TRI eopheroaa, and all the most celebrated pre parations for the Hair, ean be found at No. 10 South First Street. PURE AND UNADULTERATED CREAM Tartar, exprreslv for familv use: also Ssda aud Spices, at HALLOCK'S Drugstore. si '. an STRICKLAND OELI.ERS COU0H CURE, ij an ,iid Mellifluous Coach Balsam, Cherry Pec toral, Hall's Balsam, Cary's Cough Cure and Brown's Tree lies. At WM. E. HALLOCK'S Brug Store. TOT PAINTS IN AREAT YAR1RTA JLiVD Prises, Lead Pensiis, Pene, Holders, Letter raper, amveiopes. At no. iu rtrst Street. FAMILY ii STORE PERFUMERY, SOAPS, TOILET ARTCLE8, Pomades, Cosmetiques, Teoth, Nail, Flesh, Hair aad Cloth Brashes ; Combs 1b great variety. May be found at WM. I. HALLOCK'S Drug Store. ESTABLISHED, 1831 FURS ! FURS!! FURS!!! WE ARC WOW REGHITIKG A VERT largo 'A wall asserted stoek of Ladies' and Mlsses's DkBey Fars, cemprieing in part t&? fol lowing: Sable, Mink, Ruesiaa Fiteh, Stone Mar tin Fisher, Lyns, Sermaa Fiteh, Siberian Squir rel, Braise, Geaet. Swans Down, and far trlm- Collars aad Gloves, Children's Purs, MaSs, Cuffs, oitner separaie er IB sets. Having selected, the goods ourselves, customers can rely on getting the very best grade of goods and at prices as low as tho lowest. HATS AND CAPS. Oar stoek of Hats aad Caps for Men and Boy's, is bow complete, having just besB replenished with the very latest Winter styles, gotten up wi..h care onder oar own supervision. MISSES' FELT HATS. Latest New York styles. INFANT'S HATS. Fancy and plain, a very lags assortraeat. new styles. All FANCY CAPS, Of which we are receiving a splendid assortment. YAUTIKK A MARCONNIER, No. 39 Main Street. MEDICAL. CANCERS CAN BE PERMANENTLY CI RED WITn out pain, saustic eating, or the use of the knife, by DR, W C. (OiDEX. The Doctor hss successfully treated Cancers many years in Cincinnati, Ohio, but is now located in Terre Haute, Ind.. sad will visit Evansville once a month. He will be found at the Washington House Dec. 17th and 18th, Jan. Sth aud Sth. Feb. Sth and Sth, and March 11th and 12th. All those afttieted with Cancers or any other chronis dis eauc, will find It to their advantage to call and consult with him. Consultation free. His Cancer antidote is the most wouderiul dis covery over made in snedieine. Its operation is truly astonishing without parallel and is the only known antidote for Cancers or cancerous af fections. It can be applied to the naked eye or an open wound as freely as water; by this mean large Cancers can be removed from the vital part, where no other treatment could possiblv be used. All surgical operations performd with success. Address Dr. W. 0. COUDstN, Box 33 Tsrre Bnute, Indiana. decS-lm STOVES, &c. 4 a si d a d a rH a o a a M a o - h-l a o s o o o u CO H O n ) m (ft C o 7s m H H 6 S fl a P o a si & O O o cr c a 10 3 H o v 3 m 1 (Bn - i w 7 0 I o 0 I Z CO rl P i CQ 5 K 3 73 m CD O o B CLOTHING. REMOVAL. GOLDMAN, BERG & CO., Wholesale Clothiers. Hsve removed to ths corner of FIRST & SYCAMORE STREETS, (Opposite the Grocery Store of Bement A Yiele,) where they offer to their friends Rud ths trade generally a very large stock of O L O T II I TV G AT rVHOLESALE EXCLUSIVELY, Every article of which beiug manufactured by themselves at 304 Markst Street, Philadelphia, buyers will have Only One Profit to Pay. Aiaoa full line ot Boys' Clotliins, Gentlemen's Famishing Goods, We Sell at Eastern Prices Transportation added. with WHARF BOATS. J. T. cox. r. a. nrruit. COX & HUMPHREY, Forwarding & Commission MERCHANTS, STEAMBOAT AGENTS & WHARF BOAT PROPRIETORS, And Agents Louisville ok. Henderson and Evansville A. Cairo Packet Companies, EVANSVILLE, IHDIAKA. FOR THE ESPECIAL ACCOMMODATION OF Louisville A Memphis aad Cincinnati A MemwBis Jackets and transient Boats, we have just purchased another large and commodious WHARF-BOAT, whieh Is now at the wharf, foot f Sycamore street, which wilt give as great addi tional facilities for receiving and forwarding foods. All freight for the Louisville A Cairo pack ets will be received as usual at the npper wharf beat, and for all other boats at the ene just par chased. Freight received at all hours, both day and night. SIT For promptness and strict attention to business, we refer to Capt. A. Donaliy, Capt. J. H. Bunco, Messrs. Bement A Yiele, Messrs. Sher- ley A Woolfulk, Capt. H. T. Dexter, Capt. F. M. Davidson, Messrs. Krstz A Heilinan, T. M'Erwia A Co., Capt. J. HuUiupiller, Oapt. J. A. Luak, Samuel Orr, Esq., Moorebead A Co. decl2 ADTEBTISIXG BATES II DAILY Business cards (5 lines or less), one year $12 " " ix months... 7 Ot " " " three . 4 so One square (10 lines or less) one insertion... 75 - ' three 1 2S " " one week...... . i 75 st one month 6 60 IN WKKKLY. One square, one insertion . 1 00 For each subsequent insertion . SO Special Notices retained on iasidc of paper, will be charged 30 per cent. aJditioual on above rates. LINIMENT. DR. J. WOODRUFF'S EIV3HL,ISH HORSE LINIMENT, Manufactured by LEIGH & CARLSTEDT, Wholesale Druggists, EVANSVILLE, IND. THIS LINIMENT II AS BEEN PRESCRIBED by DR. JOSEPH WOODRUFF iu a practko of some twenty years for Rheumatism, Bruises, Sprains, Ulcerous Sores, Scratches, Wounds, Cracked Heels, Founders, 4c., With the most un parallel! success, eflsotin cures In a number of cases where other remedie utterly CUIed. It is also the best Liniment fe the human boc'y ever discoved, having cored pet' sons who have been confined to their beds by cl e most agonizing pains of Rheumatism, Ac, .n some cases as long as three rears. We do not propose, like eo many proprietors of Patent Mndrciaes to g.in tbe favor of the public by publishing the certificates of persons who perhapa never have existed or whose resi dences are tbonsands of miles distant from the msnufai-'urer, but ieel confident the Liniment will siak for its-If. We w uld refer to t!ie fol lowing well kuown citizens and others, wlio havo usedtlie Liniment and are acquainted with its virtues : Setchell A Borles, Mrs. D"garmo, Heury Dodenboff, Joseph Kaha, Mrs. KsL Dowlos, John Uewson. Ed. Ilegarmo, Holomon ltah4, Ronald Fiher, Capt. Kobinson, Col. Rheintender. Wecoul ! add hnndreds of others, but believe the above to be sunlcleat. The money will lie refunded In all oases where the l.iiiiment does not give sat isfa-tion. Price 25 cents per b .ttle. For sale br LK1CH A CVRLSTEDT, B.-ivl.i--.m si Main Street. STEAM BAKERY. Bread for the Hungry ! NEW STEAM BAKERY. No. 11 WATER STRE'ET, KVANSVILT.E, INDIANA. WE DESIRE TO INFORM THE CTTTzUENS of Evauavllle, and the community iu gen eral, that cur' NEW STEAM BAKERY, MO. 11 W A T K It. 8TRKRT, Is now is sncoessful operation, aud we shall keep constantly ou hand and make to order, on short notice, all articles made ht like manutactories; such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Ac., Ac. Being supplied with all the modern machinery to faciliate us in oar business, sre flatter ourselves that we can give the moat ample satis&tcUou in the quality of our goods and In prices. Wo will also keep ou hand a large and choice stock or Confections, Fruits, Nats, Cigars, Ac., to which we call attention. Orders for'publle or private Parties, Festivas), Bslls, Ac , Ac, promptly filled on reasonable terms. seplBtf A. WELD A CO. SADDLERY. . w. i.;. J. I B 11 II t THE NEW FIRM. WE. TnE SUBSCRIBERS, WHOLESALE manufacturers of Saddles, Bridles, Collars Hanese, Ac, desire to inform the public that ws have largely increased our stock ou band, and by close application ourselves and the employment of good workman In our shops, we are able to fur nish mi short notice any and all kinds snd quanti ties of work to suit tbe trade. Those who wilt favor us with a call, can satisfy themselves, that they can procure, at lower prices, good substan tial, faury and durable work of us than they caa anywhere else, (and far better than the Eastern shop-work.) The members of the firm b ine practical work men themselves, attending personally to all orders with promptness, care and dispatch, deter mined that none shall excel in style of finish or qnalityof work, give better satisfaction to those patronizing us; frel confident it will be to the Interest of all to come and see for themselves be fore purchasing elsewhere. Store on Locust Street, above the Sherwood House, between First snd Second Streets, No. 25. N. B. Guarantee all we sell. sep2 W. F. COBWIN A 00. REMOVAL. THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM HAVE S moved their Saddlery establish meat to the Corner of Main and Second Street, In tbe room oc cepied by Fred. Krone, deceased. C. WOLFF A J7R&EPSCH, MABUrACTUBEB OF AND DBAUBS IB Saddles. Harness, COLLARS, &c., &c., Main Street, Cor. Second, (Btore formerly occuppied by Fred. Krone.) Alt orders stteuded to with dispatch. Work warranted. novlS-ly TOYS & FANCY GOODS. Toys and Fancy Goods AT Wholesale and Retail. TnK LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF Toys and Fancy Goods will be found at WARREN & CONYNGTON'S, No. 1 Main Street. Having bought our stork at first hands. w will duplicate Cincinnati bills. We invite the trade to call and look through our establishment. Kvery immaginable kind of TOYS Tin, Wood, Ison, lac. DOLLS Of all sizes and kinds Wax, Linen, China, Paper and Wood. MACHINE TOYS Steamboats, Monitors, Engines, Carriages, Ate. India Rubber Toys, Rocking and Spring Horses, Wagons, Carts, Sleighs, Yelocipedoes 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 and Beautiful Portmonies. Velvet and French Kid, Steel Trimmed Bags and Wire Purses, Cornucopias, Paper Boxes, &c, for Candies ; Wax Candles and Hoss for Christ mas Trees ; Musical Goods of every kind always on hand : MELODEONS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS, MUSICAL BOXES, &c., &c. WARR -N & CONYNGTON. nov21-2ss BANK ELECTION. THE STOCKHOLDERS IN THE EVANS VILLE Branch of the Bank of the State of Indiana are hereby notified that the annual elec tion will be held at tbe Banking House, in Evans ville, on Tuesday, January Ath, 1864, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m. and 3 o'clock p. in , tot five Directors to serve theensueing year. By order of the Board of Directors. uo25dawtt SAU'L BAYARD, Cashier.