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THE "DAIL Y EVANSVILLE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XV. STOVES, &c. STOVES M AND HOLLOW-WARE AT WHOLESALE. "lATE ABE MANUFACTURING A LARGE VV VARIETY OF And can fnrnish the trade with SUGAR KETTLES, Country Hollow-Ware, DOC IRONS 2lC, At prices which no buyer can afford to pais to de better farther from )ume. ROELKER, KLOfXT A. CO., eeplo No. JC Main Street. CLOTHING. HENRY FELDMAN, MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 54 lin Street, EVANSVILLE, IND. J WISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF the cltlEens of Evansville and vicinity to my l.irgeaad well (elected stock of French Cloths, Caaeimcree, benttttftil Vesting and Furnishing Goods in general. I hare just returned from the East, where I bare made my own purchases, and can therefore recom mend all my Quod a as being of the Arat quality. I employ it. me but the beat of workmen, and con aequently turn out work equal to any in the City. Sep8-6m IVORYTYPES, PHOTOGRAPS ID Card. Pictures. ALSO, WEDDING CARDS, Mounted In Beautiful Stjlc, A T Adam's Photographic Gallery, OVER POST-OFKICE. 1.AW CARDS. CHARLES DENBY Attorney at Law, las resumed the practice of Law. Office on Third treet. middle of Hall's Block, up stairs. fcbis JAMES RE I D, Attorney at Law AND l n T T U T TT W (5 a fi 1? W T OFFICE On Third Street, third door from lain Street, in the Crescent City Bank Building, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. f fcb-25-ly PICTURE GALLERY. SOAP AND CANDLES. Philip Decker, (Successor to Decker A Kramer), tfanufactnrer of Lard Oil SOAP AND CANDLES. Also, an extra article of 1VBSISO, XNGIXK, AND CAM OIL Deals re la Rosin, Soda, Ashes, 4c. Also Pure Catawba Win f our own raising, in quantities to auit pur chasers, 11C Ham 8treet, betveea Firtt and Second, Etissmis, Indian a. V Terms cash, or 60 daya' paper negotiable ia 32 5 5 I fig j C m se a a-JS asaa f ;i; s a jq HI SipKl IS six : H ir Irt Si g m Cm P g ff 9 ' ami eV o aj - BOOTS AND SHOES. W. H. WALKER. DE C. ETAKS. WALKER & EVANS, Retail Dealers Exclusively in B00TS&SH0ES No. 81 MAIN STREET Evansville, Ind. We devote our whole time and attention to the Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively; Consequently can give you betfi r bargains than thoae whoare ' dabbling 1" Boots and Sboea in connection with other buaiueaa. City and County Orders par for Good. epS-ly taken at CLOCKS & JEWELRY. WATCHES JEWELRY, Wholesale and Retail. oso. a. jAAAjuivr' Haa just opened at the old aland IVo. 48 1VT A I3XT STRTD 2 T One of the largest and beat selected stocks of WATCHES, CLOCKS AND J" 3E3 "V7" BLR Y, Diamond Rings and Pins, Silver Ware, Silver Cups, Soup Ladles, Table and Tea Spoons, Napkin Rings, Butter Knives, Childrens' Setts, &c. &c. Plated Ware, Full Tea Sets, Castors, Pitchers, Cups, Butter Dishes, Salt-Cellars, Goblets, Jewelry, A full assortment of all kinds of Spectacles, Watch Materials, Watch Classes, &c, &c. HaTing bought my stock for Oaah, I can sell at the lowest figures for Cash, ''all and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. GEO. A. BITTBOLFF. eep5 No. 4S Main Street. DRUGS, &c. Bitters. ST RECEIVED A FBESII SCrPLY OF tollowiiiK Bitters: Ccdrou, Plantation, Rohack's Hoatetter's, Wigwam, Hclinboll's, Tay lor's, Cherry Wine, Hi lassa and Holland Bitters at HCHLAEPFER'8 Drug Store. Periodical Drops. THE CELEBRATED JOHN L. LYAN'S French Periodical Drop : just receiTcd at SCULAEPFER'S Drug Store. Concentrated Lye and Soda Ash. ONCENTRATED LYE AND SODA ASH just received : another large supply at SCHLAErFEU'S Drng Store. Pocket Books. A NOTBER SUPPLY OF POCKET BOOKS, J Puri-es. Wallets, Portnionies, Wire Purses and Tablets received at SCLAEPFE'S Drugstore. Congress Water. TUK REAL AND GENUINE ARTICLE OF Congress Water put up by Clark 4 White, at Count -as Snrinrs. New York. No other genu ine than thoso branded "Congress water, C A W." at the end of each cork. Alao, tte genuine Citrate Magnesia and Tartro Citrate Lemonade Always on hand and for sale at SCHLAEPFER S Drng Store. Cherokee Cnre and Helmbold's Rose Wash. TVST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF J Che leroaee Cure and Rcmedv, Helmbold's Rose Wash and Bell's Pills, at SCHLAEPFER'S Drng Store. Sterling's Ambrosia and Wood's Hair Restorative. STERLING'S AMBROSIA AND WOOD'S Hair Restorative ; just received and for sale at CHLAKPFMfS Drugstore. aaHafcfewBarTiijJ' ''BUXp'JBlSb4 EVANSVILLE, IND., POLISHED BY JAMES H. McNEELY. V. M. THAYER. JNO. H. McNEELT. CITBEB THE Fllta 0T THE Evansville Journal Company. Journal Bnildings, LOCUST STBEET, RETWEEN FIRST AS WATER. From a .-,- 1 Correspondent. A Trip to Conference. Washington, Sept. I5th, 1863. W8hinrton, in Daviess county, the seat of Conference for the present year, is a town of, perhaps, one thousand in habitants. I see, in wandering around the town, that there are a few genteel residences. They look all the filer by lieinfT in contrast with surrounding- rick ety, rat-infested shells old frame and log booses, weather-boarded, so that their , The uaual committees were appointed last days appear their best each tomDOSed of a bar J he Catholic Church is one of the old- est and most imposing buildings, being somewhat better in outward appearance than the Locust street Methodist Church in Evansville. The Cumberland and Presbyterian Churches present a tidy aud invititg ap pearance. The Baptists have also a pleasant house of worship. The Methodist Church is a new edi fice, with surroundings incomplete, but progressing rapidly the last nail will be driven, I think, before sun down. It is also a neat and inviting place, and sufficiently commodious for the Church and congregation. Rev. J. Laverty has labored among them (luring the past year, with considerable success and ac ceptability. Just upon the hill there stands a brick edifice, two stories high, and 1(K) feet in length, which I take to be a Seminar). It is too large for a jail, unless there be a great many rascals in this county, which, I believe, has not this reputation. And, though war is in the land, 1 can not think it is one of those military has- I mes seen so irequently ot late by the troubled dreams of Vullandighani. It must be the school house. May honored men legislators, governors, and some good Lincoln President yet come out of its doors. In the neighborhood of this seat of learning, are located the finest residen ces of the town, which, upon survey, I find to be handsomer than 1 had supposed were to be found here. That of Matthew L Brett, our present worthy Treasurer of State, seems ar ranged with much convenience and taste, ami the stranger would guess at once something of the character of the occu pants of this mansion. Just opposite is the residence of Col. Van Trees, all em bowered, and, as J think of it now, full of flowers and singing birds at least, I saw one at the gait, and heard the voice of another in the house. If there is not a'happy household here external things are very deceptious' Near at hand is the residence of his honor, Judge Burke, which presents also an attractive and beautiful apperance, and at the nu. rfrX'lements" This position is naturally the best in the town, airy and inviting, and if I was troine 'o take a photograph ot" the place. I should want his little boy, about 12 years old, just as I saw him when passing, sitting in the door, all akim bow, with a huge cigar in his mouth. Still further on is the residence of Col. T. B. Graham, said to le the finest in the county. As it presents itself to the eye it is" a large brick building, fuur square, two stories high, a great many windows with deep green shades, and for size equals the residence of Mrs. Judge Foster, of Evansville, or that of Willard Carpenter. But let us return and look at some thing else in this Washington. There are sixteen dry goods establishments to supply the town and country. There arc twelve grog-shops, 6izzing 24 hours every day. I had beard of butternuts in this this section. I fear there may he some truth in it, for certain phenomena are always found in a locality where one certain other thing is found ; and baa whisky, bad politics, bad loyalty and spurious patriotism, ought to be kept to cether, if possible. There is also a large Irish Catholic element, but these evils are not to be attributed to this fact, as they are universally known to be beyond suspicion. There are three hotels de risite in the place. If we are to judge from appear ances, the Hyatt House is the hotel of the place, and I guess it is. The Union House, I am informed, is what it pur ports to be something I feared might not be the case when I looked upon the sign, for now all is not gold that glitters. 1 have not the name of the other, but will call it the Insrersoll House. Wheth er it is a grog-shop or a respectable tav ern, or a first-class hotel, with full ta bles and clean beds, I cannot say. as 1 never 6aw nor heard. The school-house on the hill has a No. 1 school and the number of inhabitants of the place is 2,000 instead of 1,000, as I supposed, and Mr. Hyatt, duly qualified, declares and affirms that there is more shipping done here than from any other town be tween Cincinnati and St, Louis. Two hardware stores, two drug stores, six wagon shops, and one foundr' , complete mv present reckoning of the piace, with the exception that there are three fine flouring mills, declared by Hyatt to have the hnest reputation ot any in the atate. The Igleheart brothers must settle this question, and not allow me or my read ers to be imposed upon in this question. I must now close my picture of Wash ington. The cars have arrived from both ways at once, and all the preachers are now out on the platforms, and such a shaking of hands and rattling of dry boneti you never did see. I will see you again to-morrow so o-ood dav. Itikekant. Washington, Sept. 16, 1S63. The Conference convened nt S o'clock, and I hasten to write up briefly the pro- SATURDAY MORNING. ceedings of the fitst day's session, and get them before your readers is to-morrow morning's issue. The venerable Bishop Morris, at pres ent the Senior Bishou of the church. came promptly to the hour, and after a ; silent prayer, arosaand read a chapter ) the 4th of 2d Corinthians verv impres- sively. aud then announced the hymn, the first stanzas of which is Jcsua, the uun.e high OTer all. In hell, i r earth, or skr ; A' gels and men before it fill, And devil fear au4 fly. i None but those who have witnessed j such a scene can fully realize the im- pressiveness of more than an hundred I ministers joining in singing such a hymn : under such circumstances. The prayer of the Bishop would natu i rally be impressive also under such cir cumstances llUt it W1 crv ar,nrf,nr:.,l so lull of unction asMwiTr-Wtrer6W Bearts seemed at the gates of heaven when he closed. Til ChlH Vlo. .Wit -1 WW! - t . 1 ,lsmni Th nl. ni : usual one on the state of the country similar ,i i u o ii (w Lum in 1 1 1 1. 1 waii to me one oi last vear. One of the earliest moves made after the session was opened was a resolution by Rev. James Hill, requesting the trus tees of the churc h to float the fla of the l-nion over the church during the session of the Conference, to show that we are patriots as well us christians. Rev. H. R Hibbin was elected Reporter of the Conference proceedings for the IVesta n Christian Advocate. Presently, in the .course of the pro ceedings, a very important personage Walked down the aisle going towards the Bishop for the puriiose of receiving an introduction to the Conference. A deep silence reigned for about sixty seconds, w ien the Bis'iop slowly announced : iirethren, I introduce to you Brother Hitchcock, our Book Agent at Cincin nati. All rose up most respectfully, but I expect if one could have looked round he might have seen every man with his hands in his pockets for that was the man that was alter their money. An interesting report was presented by the visitors of the condition and pros perity of the Indiana Asbury University. k'ersity. It is more than holding its own the present times. during Reports were also presented from the Western Book Concern. The chartered fund this year yields $400 for the sup port of the widows and orphans of the Conference. A committee was also appointed on the circulation of a sound and interest ing literature among the soldiers. Before making further report, I ought to make an additional remark relative to the $400 from the chartered fund. Since the division of the Church and the erection of that re'iellions OanTzarron, ti e M. E. Church South, the proceeds of the chartered fund have been checked, and this is the first instance for years where a fund from that source has been announced to the Conference. The Bishop manifests considerable tact in the management of business, and by a single stroke this morning enabled us to gain two hours tune, so that & ara Upon the calling of the roll all except ing about fifteen, answered to their names. Among me missing ones is Rev. L. M. Walters, of your city, who, we lear, is yet dangerously ill, and will not be able to greet bis brethren at the present Conference, Three others also will never again answer to their names called upon earth, for the Master has called and they have reported above. During the session of the Conference this rooming various incidental matters were up, many of which had an eye to wards the General Conference, which convenes next May in Philadelphia. The election ot delegates comes off to-morrow morning. Four are to be chosen. While the motion to go into the election at the above said time was pending, Rev. W. C. Smith made a speech upon some resolutions he introduced against Lay Delegation. No one answered him, and they passed without further considera tion. They also looked toward Phila delphia. There were no distinguished strangers present this moruing, excepting Rev. Mr. Forbes, of a sister Conference in Iudiana. We have had this morning a most de- lio-htful and copious shower. Nature don't laugh, but is trying right hard, I have no doubt, for the Hale twigs and leaves are all trembling upon their branches The Bishop and his cabinet commence DU ttins down the appointments mis at ternoon. Not only the preachers but the Methodism of the Conference, and many beside are interested in that put tiuT down. May wisdom help them. Itinerant. Battle Flags. A letter from Gen. Kosecrans' army .... . I r . 1 says: l nave never seen me tact puo- hshed that this army has aaoptea a sys tem of battle Hags to distinguish the va rious subdivisions ot the army trom each other, not only during an engagement, but also in camp. The corps, division, brigade and the arm of service, can be de tected instantly from these flags, by oue conversant with their distinctions. The color of the flag denotes the corps, the number of the stars on it the division, and the figure in the star the brigade. The 14th army corps (Thomas) has a bright blue Hag; the ZUtb corps hcUjoK) bright red; the 21st corps (Crittenden) a flag with three horizontal bars, white, red aud blue. On these colors for a field the number of the division is in scribed in white or black stars, and that of the brigade by a figure in the star, of onDOsite color. " Each battery has a small flag, corps colors, with letters and numbers of the battery inscribed thereon in black; thus, "B, 1st Ohio." i: The cavalry divisions have each a bright red, white and blue flag, colors, and black stars. "The engineer corps has a white and SEPTEMBER 19 1863. blue flag, blue uppermost, and running horizontally. " The hospitals and ambulance depot have a light yellow flag for hospitals and principal ambulance depots on the field of battle. Subsistence depots and store houses have a plain light gr?en flag, three feet square; and quarteruarterg' depots the same with the inscription. " Q M. D.."iu large white letters. The reserve corps, recently formed and now under command of General Gordon Granger, has a white, red and bine flag, bur3 running diagonally, the division number indicated by white cres cents. The headquarters of the commanding generals are indicated by some additional emblem of different arrangement Gen. Rosecrans' headouarters are marked br the national flag, six j'tet hx five, wiih h i flag, six JfcCthjr below the stars, two feet from tip to tip For corps commanders, the color of their corns flag, fringed. with black eagle in the centre, with num ber of corps in black on white field. Division commauders have corps flags with black stars ; brigade commanders same with white stars. The regular brigade in Rosecrans' division have gold- en stars, instead of white, to designate their brigade. General headquarters, ordinance de partment, has a bright green flag, with two crossed cannon in white, with " IT. S. Ordnance Department" in black, and a crimson streamer above the flag with same inscription. This order was issued near the first of May, and has been fully carried into ex ecution. The system has many advan tages on the field of battle. It enables the commanding general to manipulate his men with great exactness, no matter how many changes may occur in the original formation of his lines. MILLINERY. REMOVAL. Cloaks, Mantillas, & Dressmaking. MRS. ELIZA HPIEGELBKRG, HAS RE MOVED her Cloak. Mantilla aud Dressiua kinr; eatabliahment to jhe old poat offlce building, next door to h" - Id stand on Fimt etreet, letwen Main and Loct M, where ahe will be happy to wait apon her old fn. ..da and patrons again She has ciifraged the aaaistanej of vne of he best, Dresaniak ra of Lsuieville, who guarantees every Dreas she makes to fit to perfection. Mrs. Spiegelberg alao has bought a largs as sortment of Silks, Head Dreaases, Hair Braida and Curls, Ladvs' Pocket Handkerchiefs of ovary aty Is and a great many other articles ! t tlss conve nience of the Ladies of Evanavllle ai.i, vicinity too nnmerous to mention. The beat Sewing Machines of Grover A Raker manufactory for family use, for side by Mrs. ELIZA SPIEGELBEBG, No. 1.. Kirn Street bet Main and Second. le'jO CLOTHING. WHOLESALE CLOT HOUSE! GOLDMAN, BERG & CO., North First St., Evansville ; branch OK GOLD MAN, BERG & CO., No. 306 Market Street, Philadelphia, We haro now ready a rery large selected stock of Fall 1 Winter Clothing AND Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, SHAWLS, BLANKETS TRAVELING SHIRTS. Boys' ClottLins, IN GREAT VARIETY, To which we desire to csll the attention of the trade. Our Goods lieing all manufac tured by ouraelres, buyers haTe Only One Profit to Pay. Wa feel confident that oar prices are fully as low as thoae of any ether Houee in the West. All Goods Warranted. sep5 GROCERS. 3AUCBL E. GllBBBT. WlLLIA R. BAlX. S. E. GILBERT & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS Sycamore Street, bet. Water and First, Evansville, Ind. A fisll assortment of Groceries always on hand, ad for sals st the lowest prices. NOTICE. CIRCULAR Xo. 57. WAR DEPARTMENT. Provost Marshal Gencral'a Office, J Washington, D. D., Jnly 27 18G3 The following ' Orisox," in relation to that part of section 2 of the enrolment set, which says " where there are two or more sons of oged or iu Urni i srents subject to draft, the father, or if he be dead, the mother, may elaet which son shall be exemp' " Is published and will hereafter govern : " Tlieonlv son of ated and Infirm parents de pendent, Ac.",' ia absolutely exempt; but where there sre two sous, both sre subject to draft until an election is mane by the parent, and the one elected should be removed from the list. Aflsr the draft ia made the persona drafted are no longer 'subject to draft,' but to duty, and a parent cannot secure the practical emption of two sons from military doty by waiting until one is drafted, and then tixt to exempt him. JAMES B FEY. auglO-dlw Provost Marshal General. DRY GOODS KEEK & PRESTON K1 'VE JTFT BKCETTKD A LARGE AND Antral awttawrf of Desirable Dry Goods, Which ther:nvite the "trade" to call and ex- j amine price-- and qutflrlVvi believing;, knowing:! 1 they can save de-Oers additional freight and ax jnaet in going farther Eastward. jaolA , A. C. P USHEE, BULK IX Foreign & American Fancy Goods, COMBS, BRUSHES, PURSE. WALLET. Satchels, I el let Soaps Kubber Goods, GAMES, VAXKEK SiOTIOISS, Ladtea' Baskets. CRtldrens Cabs, dkc. No. 20, 2$ain Street, EVANSVILLE 1NDIAHA " . . a a - STOVE WORKS. r. W. BBIKKMITXt. A. HI1SL1MU SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS. BRINKMEYER &, CO., Manufacturer of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings. House, Fronts, Verandas, Balconies, Casting In General, COPPER, TIN AND SHEET J RON WABE, A flUs Satea Room Main Street, opposite Court P"n'e. Sw-Foundery Near the Month of Piijcon Creek KVA.SV1L,1.K. UTlw KaroKDERS SOLICITED - my9 LAW CARD" Jas. T. Walker, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND Agent for obtaining Pension, Back Pay and Bounty FOR DISCHARGED KlLDIKR-'. AND FOR the Widows and other legal representative of those who die in the service of the United Stat. . ... 1 1 V. .,,1, V. . . .;i - r -i . B,n.t near tne Washington House r.d nearly opposite I thrConrt Hon v, Evauavil e. Indiana. All buaiueaa eutruated to him will be promptly ; airenoeu ro. tele-It MEDICAL. B. J. DAY, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. EXAMINIG SURGEON FOE PENSIONARY. OFFICE On Second Street, between Main and Locust. RESIDENCE At Sherwood Hons. RvansTiile. January C, 1S.1 S. W. THOMPSON, M D., PHYSIC IAN & SURGEON, Orricx as Rcsmxxcx No. 3ft Walkct Stbxkt, (At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. bot29-1v . , CLOTHING. The Best is always the Cheapest. Especially ia this trns af Gents' Furnishing GoocL. Test it by ealiiug on J. H. CAR LIN, No. 8 FIRST STREET, ( A AM R POST-OFFICE,) EYAKHV1LLB, IND. rHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JCbT RE tmned from the Eaat, where be has laid in one of the beat atocks of Clothing and Gents' Fnr nibbing Goods eTer brought to this City. My Clotba, Casaimerea, Vratiuga Ac, were a-lect-d with an eye single lo quality and style ; and har. ing become conTeiaant with the tnate of our peo jilc, am satisfbd that in this particular my Goods will giTc excellent satiafactiou. Genu Kuril iaoing Goods of erery description will also be found at my establishment such as GIotcs Hosiery, Neck-Tias, hliirta, Collars, bus pendTS, Ac. My facilities for mnnofartnrinR nothing are excellent ; and as for Cutting Garments to fit no aatiafact ion no pay I ask no oue to take a mean fitting garment oft my hand-. Orer-Coating of every variety and style will be found at niT st-ldiahnu nt. Though it may sound unreasonable to talk of Overcoats during the " hcnted terui." v,e muat remember that in ' pcace is the time to prepare !r war," and in Summer make our ptvparatois for, the cold l.laata of Winter. No better preparation cm devised than the ordering f a good reliable Overcoat, such aa may 1 found at No. 8 Fiit Street. Orders forClothinit of every description will receive the personal attention of the undersigned, and will be promptly attended to. The uiotte at No. K is, Proinic a punctually fulfilled." Before orderi g Fall or Winter suita Gent' will consult their own Interest by examining my Goods and Prices. K member the place No. 8 First Street, u.er.r Po-t office.1 auglS J. II. CARLIX. SPECTACLES. I. RITTEXBERG No. 67 Main Street,. RESPECTFULLY ASTSOURCES TO HIS friends and th public he has a newly in rented Pantoscopic Spectacles, on newly discovered principles, by which the nu merous inconveniences of the Spectacles now In use are entirely aaoided and every advantage secured which these artielrs can possibly afford in assisting the sight. In addition to that I have oa hand the Brazilian Pebble Spectacle, bey are made on a scientific principle. Field Glasses for the Army, Superior to all others now in use. Marine Spyglasses, Compound and Simple Microscopes, Opera and Hunting Glasses, Spy glasses, Eye Glasses, Tortois S o ell, Steel & Gold Frames, Hear Sighted and Cataract Sper tacles Tba above mentioned articles arc always kept on band, and can be bad of I. RITTENBERG only, Ko. 6T Main Street. Evaaeville, Ind. novli NUMBER 29 MUSIC STORE. WARREN ft COHTtfOTOB'S Bazaar of Fancy Goods. P'AM FORTES, MELOBKONS, HARMON I -A I MS, Accordeoas. Violins, Guitars. Flutes, Man,. nets, and everything Beaally kept in Music Mores. The on It at Shwet Music and luatractlon Bsjolrs f"r,',n "',ruBit will be found here. The Very e Itslju YiuliB, Gailar, V ioliac.l W ajnt Banw Kriiig-a always on hand. adRaaijt,0to' T5 liMn mt "ssls Old Piaavt taken In exchange for new ones Instrument of aU kinds repaired and tuned. "P So. 1 MAIN STREET, SASH AND lXXJRS. L. - JAMES STEELE, mi. cesser ta Srru.s A Hcbbbl,) 8ECORD ST., RET. CIIESTSI T AND CHERRY, SVAS8VILLK nriftANA. SASH, DOORS, WDTDOWRLDrDS Dressed Lumber, Bosnia. L.itha, Ac., of every description constantly on hand. Packi..h- Rexes of all kinds made to or erder. Sawlnir 'ifeverT kind iIdiki ts. .knrtui nMr apl8-l J. SMITH'S SHIFT MANUFACTORY, second St, (IK skat's block.) SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER MOM MKAV nrment and a fit warrauaed. A stock a ready. wade Shirts and Collars alwavscu hand. and at prices that will auit the purchaser. Tucking sum Aticfcisf Bosoms, At., done with neatness and .Inspatch Tlisuktul for past favors the subscriber respect toll) aolicita a contnance of the patronage SS liberally bestowed for the past flee years. ""' J KMITH GROCERIES. PRESH FAMILY GROCERIES. STEPHEN H. S. COOK, U Main Street, Between Sixth and Seventh, la the place to obtain Uis Cheapest and best FAMILY GROCERIES Good Sugar 7 pounds for Si. Excellent Coffee 3 pounds for $1. ETrrythlng else in proportion. Eatables ol sU kinds kept constantly on band. Call aodexsailB arthjei and pricaa before pi rehashing elaswhera sr Good 1'iesh Bntt r recetTed erery Satnrnay. haauMll ' anieS MARBLE WORKS. UHLH0RH & BRIKKMAlf, (Successor to H. A. Lawrence.) Dealers ia AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MAB.BLK. Main Streak Rear Court House. EVANSVILLE. - HfMonuments, M kinds of Furniture V eenfed in the latest an ! I sasssjaaa.. ties. Tombs, Cases, and all V neatly and promptly ag ist sty laa. deel NOTICE. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils. , Thajnliraf rnr i pay their SOAP s TWtsTT ' ALLY. Consignment sent to them will be PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF and Quick Returns Madb on t.tv advsnced terms. Ws mail our Wfc'efaljr Circular gratis to all sending their address to A 15 K A M KMiiHT sV bONS, 33 Water Street, Bf. T. City. .vi--i-m SASHES AND DOORS W. HTJNNELL, CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CANAL, EVANSTILLK. IND., Has en hand the largest let af Sashes, Doors, Blinds, frames, Ac, Ever Manufactured in the West. THEY ARE OF MY OWN MAO. I bare also a One lot of White Pine and Popular Flooring. Moulding of all klnda madesnd sawing Of all ileacriptiona done at the hnrlet neltee NEW SALOON. CHANGE OF EXCHANGE A NEW ARRANGEMENT. SAM faRAMMKR & DARKY J0HSS0N Laving purchased Theodore's Exchange, ARE FITTING IT UP IN EXCELLENT style for a first class BILLIARD SAL00 and RESTAIRAKT. They will keep at the bar the best brands o Llqnor and thir hvrdera will at all time be filled with the richest dainties from the animal and vegetable kingdoms, and the waters of the aaaty deep will be made to contribute of their richest stores Especial attention will be gives to the cf ime, whieh Tdll be under ebarge of the most competent a tiste. Their Billiard Room is large and theirTABLES FIRST CLASS. The establishment will re -s pen on Tuesday next. A lirranrhsreeoRn ISUGAR e"PORATOR. Cook's Sugar Evaporator. 117E HAVE THE SOLE AGEKCT FOR THE W gale of the Celebrated Evaiorat r for GIB SON AND VANDERBURGH Ctnutiea. recommend them from personal expcrictie", hav ing mannfaclnred 5W1 gallons of b awtifcl Sjrnp on one of them last year. It is to the interest of those having Cane to make up. to bojr one of COOK'S EVAPORATORS, a tbe Xidasses aade en tbioe machines sell at from 10 to cents per gallon m re than that made on sommon pans. Ax. Persons wanting will pVsssje order early. a there mav be delay in getting them late la the CMSor,. Send for phTh!t to VICKERT BROTHERS' fax Xo. 82 Uaia St., Braasrm 3 j