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1A1LY JOURNAL: TUESDAY, MAY 12. 1868.
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. rAJraVTLUC INDIANA
ENGINES, STEAM BOILERS
CIRCULAR SAW MI.LLS,
Of til mot I Approved Pattern.
kind or ;Macb.laery apperUMnlng to
Mills of all sle, with the latest
a 4 '
.. y. ' .' '' ' '
TOBACCO SCREWS, &Cm
Inland Brass Castings of Everj
Dalers Ln.Stfam Omje,Onni BelM.ng,
Ire Brick, Wroibt Iron Pipes, B0UI1.3
kub. Ac, at Manufacturers' Prloea.
J-.p.irin Done at Short Notice.
Workmen sent to ail parts to fit op work
4 Kepair Boilers auU Macnlnery.
tr All orders wlilreeive ourlndlvldu
tlaTtanUon, and wi 11 he pro tl tilled on
moot reasonable t rm.
OfBoe and Koundery on IheCanal, corner
ft xuiiM street oct-dly
Clec!miilcj . Foundry
MsBB'Mtarers and Builder 'or?
tie to Engines, Circular Saw
wrUtfacd oaI'Min. loiscco fucre
Qammlng Machines, Dtatil-
jerj and Jdining Ma- ..
, chlnery. Malt Mills. Corn
CbeUers, Hense Fronts, Cellar Orates.
LION & BRASS CASTINGS.
Of every description:
atacfcinery of all kinds Made and Repaired
Dealers In Belting, Fire Bricks,
Steam Ganges, and
brought Iron Pipes. Old materials bought
f r : 1
WaXhavejthe faculty or th mm
taiasry ad Workmen, and will trtve all
work entrant! K os our individual atUn
Sou, fill order promptly, . warrant our
nrk, and charge rennable-rrtrs.
OfneeaadFouanlry, corner of First and
L fctreeus Evajasvlue, Ind. ,
N. B. Workmen writ to alt' parts to' fit
B work and t rerw ring. - -
JMm HCHULTZK.THCMAN ACO
Sew Firm ana Jiew Goods.
IH ON CITY GROCERY.
aviso puitniAsin the
. abor Hons, on Locust Ktreet. be-
tMO First and teond, 1 am now receiv
ing, and shall fMuntantly n band, a
tali supply t JRilb-l s-A.
y&sily Groceries and Provisions,
Parehased at low figures, and oflered at a
I mail dvanee. Every article warranted
retb and genaloe, A liberal patronage
BRAY & DAY,
i'njBicinu and Surgeons,
No. S FIRST STREET.
"Will ride in the country. uniid.n
Soaosis. No little curiosity has
bee a manifested to know what those
New York ladies designed by fawning
a club to which they gave the odd
name of "Sorosis," but subsequently
changed to the more intelligible one
of' " Woman's Club." The mystery
which-enveloped this new organiza
tion, ' however, has been , partially
cleared , npt by its President, Jliss
Alice Cary, who, in the -course of
her , inaugural address, delivered in
the Club Boom, at Delmonico's : Mon
day, thus responded to the queries of
the other sex respecting the objects of
the movement. . .
"We have, then to begin at the be
ginning, proposed the inculcation of
deeper and broader ideas among wo
men, proposed to teach them to think
for themselves and get their opinions
at first b-and.'not so much because it
is their right as 'because it is their
duty. We have also proposed to open
out new avenues of employment to
women to make them less depend
ent and, less burdensome to lift
them out of unwomanly self-distrust
and disqualifying diffidence into wo
manly self-respect and self-knowledge.
To teach them to make all
work. honorable, by each doing the
share that falls to her,or that she may
work out to herself, agreeably to her
own special aptitude, cheerfully and
faithfully not g oiug down to1? it .but
bringing it up to her.. We have pro
posed to enter our protest against al!
idle gossip,1 against all demoralizing
and wicked waste of time; also,
against the follies and tyrannies of
fashion, against all external imposi
tions and disabilities; in short.against
each and everything that opposes the
full development and use of the fao
ulties conferred upon us by our Cre
ator. ' .;
We have proposed to lessen the
antagonisms existing at present be
tween men and woman by the use of
every rightful means in our power;
by standing upon our Divine war
raufy and saying and doin what we
are able to say and to do, without
asking leave and without suffering
hinderance. JNot for the exclusive
good of our own sex. for we hold
that there is ' bo exclu?ive and no
separate good what injures my
rother injures me, aod what in
, ures me injures him, it he could but
c made to know it; it injures him
whether or not he is made to know
it. Such.I have, said, are. some of
our objects and- aims, ry We do not
pretend, as yet, to have carefully di
gested plans . and clearly , defined
courses. We are as children feel
ing our way in the dark, for it must
be remembered that it is' not yet
half a century since the free schools,
even in the most enlightened por
tions of our country, were first open
ed to girls. How, then, should you
expect of os the fullness of wisdom,
which you, for whole centuries, have
been gathering from schools, colleges
and the exclusive knowledge and
management of affairs.
" We admit our short-cominrp, but
we do feel, gentlemen, that in spite of
theia an honest, earnest and unosten
tatious effort toward broader culture
and nobler life, is entitled to a heart
ier and more sympathetic recognition
than we have as yet received from
you anywhere; even our representa
tives here at home, the leaders of the
New Xork press.j havS failed ia that
magnanimity which we have boen ac
cutomed to attribute to them
"It we could have foreseen the
sneers and sarcasms with which we
have been met, they of themselves
would have constituted all sufficient
reasons for the establishment of this
woman's club; as it is, they have es
tablished a strong impulse toward its
continuance and final perpetuity.
But, ladies, these soeeTs and sarcasms
are, alter all, but so many acknowl
edgments of our power, and should
and w 11 stimulate us to braver asser
tion, to more persistent effort toward
thorough and harmonious organiza
tion; and concert and harmony are
all that we need to make this enter
prise, ultimately, a great power for
good. Indeed, with such women as
have already enrolled their names on
our list, I, tor mj part, cannot believe
failure possible. , ;; ' .' :
"Some of us cannot hope to see
great results, for cur feet are already
on thedown-hill, side, of liferthej
shadows are lengthening behind us
and gathering before Os, and ere long
they wi'l meet and close, and the
places that have known os, know us
no more. But if, when our poor
work is done, any" of those; who come
alter us shall find in it some bini of
usefulness toward nobler lives, and
better and . more endurhig work, we,
for ourselves. rest content."'- 1
j After the address, which' was warm
ly applauded, the ladies of the club,
of whom there were forty present,
partook of a lunch, and then pro
ceeded to business. Members ate ad
mitted' the' same as' ia gentlemeu's
clubs. . Many of the ladies present, it
is said,' were you eg and dislin'ue', andf
some ot the toilets ere superb, wluchi
shows that- these charming reformers
mean to protest against the follies,
and tyrauaies. of fashiauUa a Pick
1 A ew Tork iehsktlon.
NfW Yota CorreNindeace'CMay lj'of he
. ' , v .Boston aoari 1 1 . , . . ,
J'J JS'ew'York is -as grateful for anew
sensation, aa was me Ionian tmperor
who enDbled a cook fWfuraishing
himwith i new sauce. Just now the
tashionable portion of the city are
rerelling in a new-excitement. We
have here a gentleman who, through
his business, is as well known asls
Bonner, Harper or Stewart. He lives
in fine style, has a splendid house,
and is surpassed by no one in the ele
gance of bis turnout on Central Park.
It was long supposed that his house
keeper was his wife. It turns ou
that he does not live with his wife,
and that she has been for a long time
supporting herself in this city by her
needle. She is a very elegant and ac
compli-hed lady. For her children's
sake she has held her peace for a long
while. The elegant gold embroidery
which . made' such a sensation at the
Paris exposition was from her needle.
She found a friend in the head of one
of , our fashionable establishments,
and the fashionable and elaborate
embroidery worn by the ton of New
York was the handiwork of this lady.
Recently her husband made a poposi
tion to her. He promised to settle
n her. a handsome sum of moaey
if she would allow him to obtain a
diyorca tinder our laws. The pro
posal: was so infamous that the !ady
resolved to bear her neglect and tor
row ia silence co longer. ' She issued
a. beautiful printed circular, announc
ing herself by her . husband's name;
stating hia business, so there could be
no mistake about the identity; offer
ing her services' to the fashionables of
New York; assigning as a reason for
the offer, that she wished to obtain
bread for herself and children, and
stating that she could be found daily
at a fashionable dressmaking estab
lishment on Broadway. These circu
lars were scattered broadcast among
the fashionable families of New York,
and any quantity of them' were sent
by private hands- to the husband. His
indignation is unbounded, for he has
ureat personal1 pride. New York has
a nine, days' wonder. People cr,owd
the rooms where the lady is advertised
to be seen, and where she sits day Ly
day, with "stitch, stitch, stitch' with
the golden thread of her embroidery.
What the issue will be remains' to be
CHARLES VIELE & CO.
H' II O L t S A L t
O R O O JE X, .
SOUTH WEST CO-KA-.fi
First and Sycamore Street.
S. H. S. COOK,
183 Main Street,
Between Sixth and Seventh,
AM OPEXEII WITH a. I'l'LL AS-
sortment of oTAPIjE aud, fc'ANCY
FEED of all kinds constantly on hand
Uoods delivered free of charge.
ISa Mftln Street,
B. K. WHriLIK.
JAMES D. BIOS
WHEELER & IXIGGS
Wholesale Dealer i in
FIRST 1X1) Sit AMOR STEim.
All- orders promptly attended to.
nov2b dtf (
ISAAC HUMAJt-V. DAVID HBMA51".
, : I. fc 1). IIEIMASX,
Wholesale Dealers Jn ' '
GEOCE K" I E S.
.Foreign and Domestic Iiquort,
NAILS, COTTON YARN'S, GLASSWARE
. " , .Ac., Ac,
j Sos. 60 and 62 Main Street,
Between (Second and Third,
FISH DEPOT. .
ovji) dtf . . .'; - - -
fJ ' E. ttlLBKItT CO.,- ' ' 1 ' '
3 No. 31 North VimfT Stru -,
v ni he pleased to see all their old ens to
ers, and as man v ivew eoen aa will favoi
tiiem wuh-a.faiH, A lui,i. a-ssortment. ot
Groceries, etc., always on band, and Io,
sale at the owt market price.
' "Aeents for Stafford Mills iAlabwrnu
Cotton Yarns, at manufacturers' prices.
We will ytre special inducement io all lKor
buying for CASH. (&
" A-C; ROSEN CRANZ,
xr ' : . . .-. .--7 ;.
AVatiiieSr mocks, Diamontls.
' ; SILVER A53 PliTED WARE.
.: WATCHES .REPAIRED. s i s . -
X. 12 SECONn STREET,
Jewelry and Silver-Ware manufacture,
to order. deed dtr
BARTON & POOL,
N. 4 WEST rBOKT ST
' " ' CCf CTKNATI
S. M. Barton. ;
M. M. rooi . mch25 d '
- B. L D. GUFFY,
, , ATTORNEY AT LA W,' ',
. , , t MORiiANTOWN, KIT., ,.
Will practice in the counties of Butler,
Warren, Muhlenburg, Ohio, and McLean.
Prompt attention given to the collection
f claims. , - ' . .-
References Wheeler 4 Riggs, Holiln
worth 4 Bro., Cha. BabcocK 4 Co. rapS
J. F. WELBORN,
ATTORNEY ATT LAW
AND JfOTAItT PUBLIC
Office on the corner of Main and Third
Streets, ia Waiter's new building,
e!3 Evassvilu, Iwp-
' WM. BEAVIS,
TJ. H. Claim Aeat.
Also, REAL ESTATE ahd COLLECT Li'
Offlce on Main street, tx-t ween Third aao
Fourth, No. t53 (over JCeller'a tisn store),
Evansville. Ind. . aplt6
DR. I. ttjLJS
Over First National Bank,
Corner Main and First Street,
MAKITAOTRER OF COXTISfC
om Guiu Wort, Goid. silver, Vul
CHuite,Coralite, and Amber Plates, Carve
vvori Arnnciai raiaies, ate.
ADMIXISTRATOR of Nitrons Oxld
(an excellent and sate anaesthetic), Chi
roform. Ether, aud aio beveral loc-ai par
NEURALGIC Affections treated.
MY FACILITIES are as good and n
establishment as larse (conki.itin of riv.
rooms) as any in the u nited States.
I RETURN MY THANKS for the e
tensive patronage received during the pa
EIGHT YEAK-9. mchI
DR. J. C. BIERBOWER,
Office, No. IO FIRST STREET, hst iiait
Tenders bis profeional serviees to 'U
citizens of Evausviile and vicinity IfeiJU
Administer Nitrous Oxide Gas.toaUe
viate pain in extracting teeth.
C A. H P E T
VM. E. FRENCH ' & . CO.
The largest and most complete assort
in the STATE OF INDIANA.
In STYLE, QUALITY, and PRICE, we
DEFY ALL COMPETITION, KAsT OR
In addition to all our other lines of
goods, we have
40,000 Rolls WALL PAPER,
at UNUSUALLY LOW FIGURES.
By means of a NEW INVENTION iu
the priucliou of UULI) FARLOK
PAPEK-S which we control in this mar
ket, we are now enabled to sell these ele
gant goods at about
25 PER CENT.
less than the were ever before oflered in
wanted at the Evans
ville Wool Factory, either to exchange for
or manufacture in Woolen Goods, or to be
paid in cash. stnJ for Price ll.st and Sam
pler. J. W. GRUEN 4 CO.
apll lmd 3.UW
Ao. 01. So. 01. Ao. 61.
WARREN & CONYJMGTON,
. NO. 61 MAIN ; STREET,
(Formerly No. 1 Main Street,) . .'
Pianos, Organs, Melodeons,
31usle, Instruction Books,
Ani Musfrai Goods generally..
Wholesale and Retail A?ut- for the
UNRiV.lLKD KNABE PIANOS.
' Splendid Pianos of other makers always
on baud, which vre wiii sea at lactory
prices. i ; J ;
Pianos renter . aid"rent applied on the
purcna.se. if desired. , i .
OM P anos taken fa exchange or new
nes. . '
, Ve keep the FINEST QL'AL.TY ol
striugs lor all instrument.
Regular discounts to teaebers and the
trade. -: v . : , ...
mcnUi 1 ' i and Union copy.
:' '-! Fire Lirnits.' .';
IWIUaPPLY T THE OMMOV
.Council of he City of Erausv-iile. on
lue Utn day of May. lab, for pe uiiAsion
to er-ct a traiue -bed on Lots numbers H
an-t 7, in the Lower Enla-gimeut of the
city of Evansville, Indiana, siaid s'::ed is
to be or the fo.iowiu dimensions: One
story b'sh, niuetj feet !oug aud twi-lve
feet wide. uiNRY POLuARD.
IICALY, ISAACS & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS IN
OF mSY D88CSIPTI02I.
Job Printers & Bookbinders.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In '
STATIONERY, SCHOOL' AND MIS
- CELLANEOUS BOOKS.
No. O ISTortU ITlr-t St.,
(At R. F. Barter A Go 's old stand,) ,
.. EVANSVILLE, IND.
Homa-mait) Biani Books always on
ban I, and made to order on short notice.
r Music, Magazines, and Periodicals
bound la auy stylo. marli dbm
john n. scott,
Xo. 53 MAIX STREET, cor. Second,
aulOdlw ' Evansvillb, lira.
CHATF1ELD &. WOODS,
AND WHOLE-tALK -t
77 and 79 Walnot Street,
Keep coustantly on hand a complete as
FLAT-CAP, FOLIO, DEMY, MEDIUM,
ROYAL, AD SlPER-ROfAL
FLAT LETTERS, various weizhts; FLAT
COMMERCIAL AND PA KrjT NOTEsj;
Hubbard's GLAZED COVER PAPERS,
Nos. 1 and 2; also, other brands, of ail
colors; PRINTE rtsi' CARD STOCK, -o
sheets, colored and white; ai&o. CUT
CARIkS, in lull variety of qualities and
R ULED LETTER, NO TE, AND
Various weights and qualities.
M APTUFACTUEEES OF '''
PAPER BAGS k FLOUR SACKS,
: All sizes and numbers, first quality
Ami Ii per SlanVla Paper. Book Paper,
Wrapping Paper. Co'ored Poster Paper,
II' i-apfr.' March Paper. Candle
Paper, Jar Boards, Straw Board.
Leather of all Kind
New Bookbinders' Faraisliiug Honsa.
JOHN R HO OLE & SON,
Importers, Manufacturers, aud Dealers ia
Tools aud Machinery,
SO MAI Jf STREET,
marl3d3ai CINCINNATI. OHIO.
mVL & BARTER,
Wholesale Booksellers A Stationers,
; BLANK BOOKS,
, PAPER ENVELOPES, .
IVo.. lf 3Ialn street,
julyOly ....... ,: ., .
For B.nders.' use, together with' TOOLS and
AM of - which- we offer at lowest market
pn. . ..... . ;.
' Orders by maU prom jtiyflUed. .... ,. ; .
CHATKIELD 4 VSOOD-i
77 and 73 waiiikit .-irtret.
i iucinnati. '
. WK. C.TURNOCK & CO.,,-,
Gas and Steam Pipe Fitters
Corner Pine and First Street-
'. Cash paid for old Copper and Bra.
"Dealers in all kinds of Brass Cock.
'A'hlstles, and Steam Gauges. Particula
attention paid to repairing aad adjustta
Jteam (iau;ee juaeS t:
' UA33.DT7 ART!.
Spring, . ; 1883.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
E HAVE STOW I5f STORE A.
lull liae of
Breast, Eog, and- Halter
Shovel and Spade; ; ." .
C. S. Planters Uoeat;
Garden Hoes and Rakes;
Spading and Manure Forks
Table and Pocket Cutlery;
Cotton and Wool Card;
Builders Hard ware;
Jf ill and Cross-cut Sawa, &c.
All at lowe t market rate.
Orders promptly fll.ed. ' :
FRED. P. STRAUB & oC,
(Supcessori to Jacob Strauh A Son.)
mens dtf " 7 MA1X 8rREET.
SAattTXI. ORB. J A3. DAVIDiOS. J. t. Eta
SAMUEL ORR & CO.,
Springs, Axles, Carriage and
BELLOWS, ANVILS. VISES,
HORSE & MULE SHOES, HORSE
Wagon & Buggy Woodwork
We have constantly on hand a good
stock of the well known aud universal.?
approved "WAYNE" brand of
Also, ' ,
Tinners' Tools. Tiaplate, Coinaioa
and Charcoal Sheet Iron, Galvan
ized Imitation Russia and Russia
Sheet Iron. Wire, Sheet Zinc,
Spelter, Block Tin, Pig Lead,
Babbitt MetaL Lead Pipe, &c
Our stock of everything In our line will
be kept tuU aud well assorted. s -Orders'
tilled with care and promptness.
Bought at the highest market la tea.
H. K. Welb Cz fioxt.
Importers and Dealers la
Farmers' and Mechanics' Toels,
CIRCl'LAB AXB t ROSS-ll'T 8AW8
aul EVANSVILLE. IND.-
Dealer in , . .
i j ':-
PI A iNO S, - iM EiL DDEO Nr. .
and all kinds of Musical Itstrpmeoi-
Iastractloh-Books, Sheet M-Jtic '
Guitar and olhi riu,
' " 4c, Ac.
; .:-t i v, 1 1 v. .
' forth. Side Third Srt, -
I J i 4
' Between Sycamore and' Vine '
.'i "if - ' ' tvaft-.vr'.rv: Ind.
- 1 1 I ( w " 4 J ! 'J . f I. ( r i
-4T bo.e AkUla lOi -.lc.il ' faj , S TOui ,
ai; I C.jlcaer-.ng A hOD'- Ooi l :f !
PiiiEO!.; solorHayn-i kio. k iinoh.j:id -t
ime'ilrotnei's Kenwepu nrf o'an
R; C. JEWELL "Jk CO., , ,
DEALERS IN .'
PURE NO ETHER X ICE.
FAMILIES DIMRIXU HEALTH T
Ice itade on living water wiil be sup
pled promptly, by leaving order with
.DOCKEK A MORTEN.
mar23-d3m No. 11 ooutu First bL