He was unable to get work in Evansville and was going on to Birmingham, Alabama, where he was sure of employment.
The Tippecanoe Club of Evansville, with sixty veterans, led the column.
In 1863 he was appointed Principal of the Evansville Seminary, where he remained four years.
Evansville was located in 1833, and owes its rise to the great road.
The nuts of the Evansville group are especially noted for their fine flavor.
The prisoners were taken charge of by the Marshall of Evansville.
The class was organized at the residence of Hiram Griffith, located about one mile northwest of the present site of Evansville.
Evansville, Ind. (783 miles), made a charming Turneresque study, as her steeples and factory chimneys developed through the mist.
Immediately after adjournment there will be automobiles waiting to take all who want to go sight seeing in Evansville.
One from Evansville states that Kettner and his second wife left that town for parts unknown about a month before.