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li 00 .1 00 1 50 TKRMSIX ADVANCE. FOR DAILY. ir.i Sit months. Three months .... Supplied by wrier at lij cents per week FOR WEEKLY. Three mouths M Six montba.i. 85 One TJ..I f 1 ;.0 FOR TKI-WF.EKLY. six niontu. 1 00 ' '' ' at . 4 on MUSIC STORE. WABREN & CONYlfGTON'S A X D Bazaar of Fancy Goods. 1)1 AM) FORTES, MELODEONS, UAHMONI I UMS, Ace.mleoiis. iolin. Cnitar. VI niu everything usually kept iu Music EVANSVILLE DAILY JOURNAL. MOKNIN& EDITION . ADVERTISING BATES IS DAILY. Business cards 15 lln 0e 9jnn- l lin-u VOLUME XV r VANSViLLE, IND., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1863. lartW. store. The onlv stuck of Shnt NmIc and Inairur lion Books Fit 41 instrument ill . fouml here. The Terv I -el Italian Violin. ;nr, Violin, ello and Banjo strings always on hand. I am y Good.-, Ti-ys ami and Retail. Notion at Wholesale OH Iiauw nl'ii iu excbauge fur new wnes. Instrument- I all kiu.l repaired and tuned, aepi So. 1 M i s STREET, ' Evansville. SASH AND DOORS7 .1 AMES STEELE, iSucceesar to Stejui A Hcxkcl,) SECOND ST.. BET. CHESTNUT AND CHERRY, EVAKSVItLX, INDIANA. BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOT AND SHOE STORE. COMBS & GATCH, PUBLISHED BY I M K s H MoXEELY. f. M. THATER. JNO. U. McXEELY. DNDKB THK 11 KM OK THE Evansville Journal Company. Journal Building's, LOCUST STREET, BETWEEN FIRST AND WATER. the case is as stated by Gen. Buriifide's ! friends, ire do not see that he was justi fied in 2utting the officers to death. MONDAY MORNING ..SEPTEMBER 21 SASH, BOOBS, WINDOW BLINDS 5 it)resEid Lumber, Bavia, LaiiM. Ac., of every description constantly SECOND STREET. ou erder Parkin e Bovi of all kinds made t or- Sasr ins of -vrv kind done en the shortset apl8-ly W. HUNNELL, CORNU: WALNUT STREET AND CANAL, EVANSVILLK, I N B . , Has en ha'nd the largest lot of Basins, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Ac, Ev e r 51 an u fac t u re d in the West. THEY ABE OF MY OWN MAKE. I have also a fine lot of White Pine and Popular Flooring. Moulding of all kinds made and sawing of all descriptions done at the shortest notice. WE DEVOTE Ol'R ENTIRE ATTENTION TO The Boot and Shoe Trade. SHIRT MANUFACTORY. J. SMITH'S SHIRT MANUFACTORY, No, Bccond St, M KELT'S BLOCK.) OUR FALL AND WINTER GOODS ARE Superior to any offV-red in market. We are receiving goods every day. Onr facilities are such we can and will sell goods cheaper than any other house in the city. Boots, Shoes and Gaiters mended for nothing. MIT X.ER c3 CO., Retail Dealers and Manufactures of BOOTS 8l SHOES, No. 38 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. S' BIRTS MADE TO ORDER FROM MEAB- nrnient anil a tit warranted. A stock ready. made Shirti and Collars always ou hand, and at ht.'--s that will suit the purchaser. Tucking .a Mt- niching Bcvjins, Ac, done with neatness a': 1 ..-: ..vi TajKaWa fMPpaai : tsvurs the subscriber respect 'iiiiy wiicits a ..outdance of the patronage ss liberals u-?ftowjd for the past five years. -' ' J SMITH GROCERIES. FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES. IY7E HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE V V and well selected stock of Eastern and boa I made G ods, consisting of all descriptions of Ladies , Misses, Men's and Boys' Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers, Which we offer for sale as low as any house in the city. All our work is warranted. eple MILLER A CO. BOOT & NEW SHOE STORE. STEPHEN H. S. COOK, 113 liain Stmt. Betweeu Sixth and Seventh, I Th- place to cntaiii the Cheapest and beat F&Vi.LY GROCERIES OU sasaVeti Sugar 7 pounds for 91. public are invited t El. Ever kind! art id client Ccffte 3 pounds for 91. in proportion. Eatables of all ( all anderaa-.ine F. M. SELLMAN Has just received, at No. 35 MAIN STREET A large and carefully selected stock of BOOTS, 8H0ES, GAITERS, SLIPPERS, AND CHILDREN'S WEAR, LATEST STYLES, WHICH HE IS as any house in the city. The to call and examine Goods and Prices before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants '. his goods to give satisfaction. No trouble to : snow geods. auuy ,ni narm. i an anueranme w j . rices be: "Hpr rial whan -viaV ? g. . -. ,1, i y ,l Mil ii i . , . j aaLLAAfl, Bvaaaville. Sept. 15, 18. 35 Main street. Rax. ENN & SONS, Wholesale Grocers, TO and , i Vine Street, Bet. Second and Pearl Sts. CIS C I S S A T . O. HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR sale a: th- low eel market prices, a large and well selected stock of Groceries. Tobacco. Cordage, Wooden Ware, tx , SS) which ws invite the atten tion of Merchants. sepl9 lAXTfl E. GlllEKT. WllI.lAM R. BaKXB. S. E. GILBERT & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS jl sniiTi Stmt, bet. Water and First, Evank villi, Isn. A lull aeaortment of Groceries always ou hand, jd Ice sn- at the lowest prices. .u-iaaMaawsawwsaawaaaaaaaasswwsassssssss MARBLE WORKS. W. H. WAIXKR. I)E C. EYANS. WALKER & EVANS, Retail Dealers Exclusively In TJHLHORN & BRINEMAN, (Suo-eesor t,. M. X. Lawrence. 1 Dealers ia IMERUAS i' ITALIAN MARBLE. Main Sin e Near t'onrt Iloxtae. KVANSVILI.K. - - INDIANA. aeSassaaseataj i binds of r'urniiure ecute.i in I Ik latest an I Irs Tnaahy Vases, and all ' Bsally ami promptly ex- at slilsa, W1 Txx x O ooo"7"e L, J5 t JWrect ftoti tW Quarries, tne The Finest Stock of Marble H brought te this market, and for sale at STREET & YOUNG'S American and Italian Marble Maiiufactory, WARE A.L SALES ROOM Wo. 134 MAIN STREET, Near the Canal Our facilities for fuiuUhmg thoss wishing noxr.MEN rs, KRaVESTOSES, TOMBS, ' Tkat is What 1 Want ! " On the 17th of December, 1801, Mr. O A sm i i 4a e , e . f. oeugwicu, oi iew iorK. irom tne com mittee ou Naval affairs, reported a bill to authorize the construction of twenty iron-claJu steamers. Mr. allandighant interpo-ied every obstacle to the passage of the bill, and as a last resort moved a proviso. Mr. Sedgwick, referring to the proviso, said, " That will embarass the bill." To which Mr. Vallandigham promptly and spite fully replied, " That is what I want." This significant remark of the traitor candidate for Governor of Ohio may be found on the 123d page of the Congres sional Globe. It was an unguarded ex pression of his true sentiments. Not only was the embarrassing of that partic ular bill what Mr. Vallandigham wanted, but he has persistently labored to em barrass every department of the govern ment While, in one breath, he endeav ored to involve our country in a war with Great Britain, in the next he strove equally hard to prevent the building of vessels needed to carry on such a war. He would declare war against Eng land and then tie the hands of the Gov ernment in such a manner as would in sure its ignominious defeat. A more infamous, unscrupulous, unblushing traitor never cheated the gallows ! A La Qcantrell. The Terra Haute Journal, in descanting on the recent 'setting up" given by the soldiers of the 63d Kegiment to the infamous Daniel W Yoorhees, says: "Should he, (Voorhees), fall by the hand of violence, the Express, and the leaders of the radical party will be re sponsible. "Let then, one hair of his head be hurt, and his friends will know who occasioned it, and woe be to the guilty ones. It will then be an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. "Let him be murdered, we care not by whom the deed is done, and one uni versal cry of vengeance will go up from "BNBtJ&f 'aim caused his death. This is the true spirit of Qaantrell, and is worthy of the source whenco it emanates. Cookerly tried that game when his office was destroyed by Demo cratic soldiers, two years ago, but the thing didn't work. He and his serfs found that they would meet a fitting re ception if they " tried it on," and hence magnanimously forbore from wreaking their vengeance on inoffensive type and presses. If Voorhees should fall in some drunken brawl, as is likely to happen, if not hung for treason or killed by soldiers, incensed by his insults aud abuse, the ; Terre Haute Journal proposes to wreak the vengeance of the Democracy upon the Terre Haute Express, and on such men as Col. Thompson, Rev. Lyman Abbott, Luciu.-s Ryce, Levi G. Warren, and indeed any respectable gentleman who believes treason and murder is a crime. For all such the Journal calls radical. The threats of the Terre Haute Jour nal are not deadly. An ink stand accurately hurled will disperse the entire crew that would rally to the battle cry of the Journal. Another Emancipation Convert. The Detroit Advertiser states the fol- lowing, apparently on reliable authority, . in an article in reference to Kmancipa i tion in Tennessee: "Cave Johnson, formerly Governor of the State, Congressman, and U. S. Post master General, is the latest convert to Abolitionism. He has written a letter to a leading Anti-Slavery man at Cin cinnati, Ohio a well-known " Under ground Railroad" manager askiug for counsel and assistance in regard to free ing all his slaves. Mr. Johnson declares himself positively determined to emanci pate every negrojhe owns, and wishes to do it in the manner that will be best for himself, for the colored people, and for the State of Tennessee. He does not ask compensation, only counsel what course to pursue." Hon. Cave Johnson is ojte of Tennes see's most distinguished sons. hesion to the cause of emancipation will powerfully aceellefate tne movement in that State, indeed it may almost be consicsred as settling the question. It is an et tu Brute blow beneath which the monster slavery will sink in despair, and yield up its hideous ghost. We fear, however, there is some mistake, and that the Advertiser has been misinformed. So violently pro-slavery has the honora ble gentleman been all his life, that a change now will be almost as remarka ble as the changing of the Leopard' spots. Gen. Jackson on thk Coercion of States. The following is an extract of a letter written by Andrew Jackson to an intimate friend in Memphis, Tenn., thirty years ago. The letter has been sent by Gen. Hurlbut to the Chicago His torical Sooiety: Washington, March 25, 1833. Nullification is expiring. Its last dying groan is just sealed by the repeal of the ordinance and laws passed by the South Carolina Convention, who passed it; and hereafter Nullification and Secession will never be heard of, ex cept in holding up to scorn and detesta tion their advocates, and particularly their prime movers. The bloody bill (as the Nullies calll the late judiciary bill or enforcing bill) has put this to rest It spoke the united sentiments of the peo ple from Maine to Louisiana, that Nulli fication and Secession are revolutionary measures and not political rights grow ing out of our Constitution or Confede racy. The natural right of man is to resist oppression when it comes. It equally belongs to communities. Where thev liavA rVo. rK-rcv j .n wo ncrf ceit into obedience. Believe jnef ysMrr friend, Andrew Jackson. R. M. Burton, Esq. From the Cincinnati Oazotte. Interesting Letter Mr. Vallandig ham as Purchasing Agent foi Mus kets. In the early stages of the rebellion, after South Carolina had passed her se cession ordinance, and the other Con federate States had initiated secession measures, and the forts, arsenals, and Custom Houses had been seized, but while yet most of the conspirators held their seats in Congress, and there prose cuted the plot, the following letter from Vallandigham was received by the house of B. Kittridxe & Co., of this city, a highly honorable firm, doing a large busi ness in the gun trade, and, previous to the rebellion, having a heavy trade with the South : HorsE of Representatives, j Washington, D. C, January 16, '61. ) Kittridgc J- Co., Cincinnati, O. . Gents A friend of mine, a member King, of Dayton. That of course was the reason why he wanted to purchase at Cincinnati instead of at the nearer and perhaps larger markets of Philadelphia and New York. Hut it seems that the "friend of mine" had not seen the mus kets, and Mr. Vallandigham wants a sample one sent on by express, if Kit ridge & Co. " can furnish seventy-five, or perhaps a good many more." 'Here Messrs. Kitridge & Co. had the vista of a 1 ig trade, with Mr. Vallandigham as agent for all the " friends of mine " who wanted Minie muskets, with a sample musket in his room, aud the price at which any number could be furnished. There were a good many of the "friends of mine" who wanted muskets at that time " a good many more " than they could get, and Mr. Vallandigham was just the person to act as purchasing me dium between them and Northern mer chants, to tsupplv the rebel cotinmmcv with arms. But the postcript is peculiarly femi nine. "How about accouterments ? " A mere casual inquiry an after-thought. His ad- 1 sn?gested by the mention of muskets. Accouterments follow, of course, if muskets are to be bought. Say aeeou- tcimenta for seventv-fivc,- or ji rhapo n good many more. How about them ? This was expected to bring a sample of accouterments by express, with the price at which Kittridge & Co. would furnish seventy-five, or perhaps a great many more. Thus Mr. Vallandigham exnected to DRY GOODS. ESTABLISHED, 1831 SADDLERY. - or le), one year $1Z J six months... 7 three ... 4 60 r lew) one insertion... 7o three ' ... 1 2f. one week 1 7 one month 8 50 IN WEEKLY. One square, one insert For each subsequent iMertB 50 nal Notices retained Os, iijier, will he charged ! additional on above rates. MEDICAL. Dry Goods ! Dry Goods !! -IVE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AS COMPLETE ?T assortment of Goods as can be foucd any where, and having bought them before the recent advance, we can and will sell them cheap SCIIAPKER A BUSSING, No. 49 Main Street. Black and Fancy Silks. WE HAVE A SPLENDED ASSORTMENT of Silks, aud sell them very cheap. SCHAPKER A BUSSING. 49 Main Street. Cloths, Casimeres and Vest in gs. A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, CASI MERES and Veatings can be fonnd at SCHAPKER 4 BUSSINGS. 49 Main Street. Carpets! Carpets!! Carpets!!! WE HAVE NOW A SPLENDID ASSORT MENT of Carpets to which we resiiectfnll.v call the attention of the public. SCUAPKER A BUSSING S, No. 49 Main Street. SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S Shawl and Cloak Department. A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF THIS - X Department will aVisfj every one that thev can be suited in nalitv and prices. SCHAP-KER & BTTSSING'S Millinery Department. TTAVING MADE THIS A SPECIAL PART 11 of oar business, and havintr boucrht everv- thing in that line direct from importers and manufacturers, we defy competition. Mimes Epperson and Bellam, whe have charge of the Trimming Department, flatter themselves V,q on, .. : v. . , I mi mey cannot lie surpassed in trimming ly be set up in business as agent tor supplv-- any Milliner. uk uiu uiiieueraey wtia arms. Messrs. Charles Babcock, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Coach and Saddlery Hardware, MAIN STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. HAVING COMPLETED MV ARRANGE meutswith European and American manu facturers for a direct supply of all goods in my line I am enabled to oner inducements that can not fail to be to the iutercst of all engaged in the business to give me a t rial. 1 titirs iu part . Axles, Springs made oft ne best SUr) -Rands, enameled asl all kinds of Leatht-. Cloths, Liuings for Carriages , Varnishes, Citings of all kinds ; Saddle Trees, English Bridle Leathers , Bits, Stirrups, Spars, Hanies, fine Silver Ham.-s of all kinds; Jenny Lind Gig Trees; , Self-adjusting Pads ; Taylor's Patent Hanies; Fly Nets ; Shoe Threads ; Horse Blankets ; London Oirth Webs, American Girth and Beta Webs, both cotton and worsted ; Lou don Welt Skins, a superior article ; Ivory ; Gutta Percha aud Brass lined Martengal Rings ; superior Kersevs for Horse Covers ; the best quality of Carriage i av Bolts; I Paten t Gie Trees. Ac. Ac... c - tliranch" of tte 'bnsiness, and fin'le'fWnftfftf Uty'ri . branches thoroughly, we wonld respectfully invite ' j yonr attention before purchasing elsewhere. I am also Agent for Ward's Patent Spring Sa att'Ai-t .Vw w. F. CORWIN. B. J. DAY, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. KX AM IN IO SURGEON FOB PENS10NABV. OFFICE Ou Second Street, between Main and Locust. RESIDENCE At Sherwood Home. Evansville, January 8, US. S. W. THOMPSON, X. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, ITU. i. Mi Ill -U LNCB No. 35WAI.NVT Stmrt, (At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.) K VANSVILLE, INDIANA. nov29-ly DRY GOODS K E E N & PRESTON KKCEIVED A LARGE AND- ! T 1 AVE JUST IT. general assortment of Desirable Dry Goods, I Which thev invite tlie "Jrarte " to call and ei . amine prices and ,tsatl; believing, knowing, they can save dealers additional freight au4 ex- reuses iu going farther Eastward. janlS J. 11. SiCUEE. THE NEW FIRM. Kittndsre & Co. having been lanrelv in the Southern trade in guns, he supposed, in accordance with the general Demo cratic idea of the influence of the South ern trade, that their patriotism and their souls had gone with it, and that they would embrace the opportunity to enter into a confidential commerce with the Confederates. But he was mistaken in the men, and thus his flattering antici pations of aiding the rebellion fell through. His noble ambition to exhibit a sample Minie musket with complete accoutre ments, in his room at Washington, to the leading conspirators, and to state to them the price at which a Cincinnati house would furnish any number, and to transmit their orders, was disappointed, and it is impossible to tell how mueh the rebel cause has lost thereby. This letter is au illustration of the character of the man treacherous, cun ning, sneaking and cowardly, working industriously to commend himself to his Southern masters, ambitious to become a pander to their conspiracy, but always cautious to provide dodges and loopholes for escape. We suppose that in every honest mind the evidence of this letter will convict Mr. Vallandigham of a guilty complicity with the rebel conspirators, and of an intention to furnish arms to them, to be used in levying war upon the Govern ment How far th!.. .-"". o-5-1-.--ruUguient ot honest men it will convict him of a crime whose desert and legal penalty is hanging. Yet we do not sup pose that this conviction will at all dis qualify him as the candidate f the foal combination that has seized the ma chinery of the Democratic party and put him in nomination. NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS AT BtTDElW PRIOBS. E. A. C00E & GO. ARE RECEIVING AND OPENING AT Wo. 7 FIRST STREET, A New and Elegant Stosk of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods A. C . PJTJL3 H E E , i .-.3ht.n in Foreign & American Fancy Goods, COMBS, BRUSHES, PURSES, WALLETS, Siitthels, Toilet Soaps Robber Goods, -OAMES, VASKEE NOTIONS, Ladles' Baskets, Childrena Cabs, fco. No. 20, Main Street, EVANSVILLE, - INDIANA decZl LAW CARDS. X, THE SUBSCRIBERS, WHOLESALE v manufacturers of Saddles, Bridles, Collars, j Harness, Ac, desire to inform the public that we have largely increased our stock on hand, and by . close application ourselves and the employment I of good workman iu our shops, we are able to fur- 1 nish on short notice any and all kinds and quanti ties of work to suit the trade. Those who will j favor us with a call, can satisfy themselves, that they can procure, at lower prices, good sabstan- I tial, fancy and durable work of as than they can ' anywhere else, (and far better than the Eastern ! shop-work.) The members of the firm being practical work KM themselves, attending ncrsonallv to all i orders with promptness, care and 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 all to come and see for themselves be fore purchasing elsewhere. Store ou Locust Street, above the Sherwood House, between First and Second Streets, No. 25. N. B. Guarantee all we sell. p2 W. F. CORWIN & CO.sJ Still On Hand and Determined to Succeed. CHARLES DENBY, Attorney at Law, Has resumed the practice of Law. Office on Third Street, middle of Hall's Black, up stairs. febi JAMES EEID7 Attorney at Law ANB COLLECTING AGENT. OFFICE On Third Street, third door trvmx Main Street, in the Crescent City Bank Building, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA feb25-ly AND isar Jas. T. Walker, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND Agent for obtaining Pensions, Back Pay and Bomnty FOR DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND FOR the Widows and other legaT-representatives of those who die in the serviceif the United State. Office ou the North-West Tide of Third Street, near the Washington House and nearly opposit the Conrt Hone, Evansville, rntUana. All busicees entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. jylS-Iy 1 1 BORGK THOBNHILL takes pleasure iu infor- VJ min? his old customers that in the quality ! and style of his work, he flatters himself he cannot KA 1 1.. ,1 O. 1. .. .. , ... ..I Tl ri ,-i a V.. ii Rill M - MO C.VU'I in. . ,11 IUM 1 1 1.1 II I I I. iuuii.1 . ing. Second street, bet. Main and Locust street, streets, where tne cnoicest Harness ana cauuies of every description can be obtained on the best Their Goods have been selected with great care V 1 1 ,. . J ..... I 1 MfaMfln. Ill thetraaeoitniacny; taw oongos toraon -uu "iW.Bepa,I.ing done with neatness and dispatch yJZ""?"' 7' I Second-hand Harness always on hand. jel SEGARS, &c. SCHROEDER & LEMCKE, WUOLESA1.K nXALEBS IN Cigars, Smoking, Chewing Tobacco, S n u if , Pipes, & e. ISTo. 30 IMCetlxi. JSt., EVANSVILLE, INL. A'e have now, aud will keep, on hand a complete nd well assorted stock ef CIGARS & TOBACCO, AND OFFER THE SAME TO THE PUBLIC LOW FOR CASH. na.Sutlers will find it to their interest to call and examine our prices. We are enabled to seil to them as low as any house in the West. octl7-lAw SCHROEDER A LEMCKE. " STEAM BAKERY. ELEGANT STYLES Required to eo tltnte a first class Dry Goods House, BMBBACUta Black, Plain and Fancy Silks, Fonlard Silks, Fine Mozambique Dress Goods, plain and Check; ' Bareges, Organdies and Jaconets, Lawns, Mourning and Summer Dress Goods, of everr ri icription. Point Lace Collars, I Collars of every Vari y. ; Mourning Setts, Mourniner Collars, Silk Talmas Sacques. and Circulars of all kinds, Lace Mantles, REMOVAL. rpHE UNDERSIGNED FIRM HAVE RE- nioved their Saddlery establishment to the i Corner of Main and Second Street, in the room oc- cepied by Fred. Krone, deceased. C. WOLFF & JTKEOEPSCH, MANUFACTURERS Or AND DEALERS IJI Saddles, Harness, COLLARS, &c., &C, Main Street, Cor. Second, (Store formerly ocenppied by Fred. Krone.) Vt9A 11 orders attended to with dispatch. Work warranted. nov!5-ly SEWING MACHINES. IVORYTYPES, j Oo.xoL Pictures. ALSO, WEDDING CARDS, Mounted in Beautiful Style, A T Adam's Photographic Gallery, OVER TOST-OFS ICE. PICTURE GALLERY. g a of the House, desires to imrchase seventy- j five or more Minie muskets of the same J B00TS&SH0ES No. 81 MAIN STREEi, Evansville, Ind. We devote our whole time and attention to the Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively; Consequently can Rive you bett. r bargains than those who are " dabbling " in Roots and Shoes in connection with other business. Or any rhtr.g else iu tne Wast liar Stuck of Miu HASTIiBs, Bita, are unsurpassed in -'-', having been jrries myCdAw City and sepS-ly County Ordera talon at par for Goods. DRUGS, &c. NEW SALOON. CHANGE OF EXCHANGE A NBW AHEANGEMENT. Bitters. JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF I Hi. lollowins; Bitters: Cedron, Plantation, Roback's Hestetter's, Wigwam, HclmboM's, Tay or' a. Cherry Wine, Gi-rman and Holland Bitters , at SCULAEPFER'S Drug Store. Periodical Drops. CELEBRATED JOHN L Kosseau and Burnside. These two gallant officers, of whom the country is justly proud, are xeeeding ly odious to the conservatives as well as th rehek. The Democratic organ in Johnstown, Pa., thus speaks of Rosseau, who made two or three Union and anti- j slavery speeches in that State: " A creature from a distant State, a convince aoy one, who at present cioutns renegade to his kindred and his nativity, the fact, that Vallandigham is really en neither a Northerner nor a Southerner, gaged for the rebel cause. . carnet-knitrht. a driveller, a liar, and a ; " First, it must be borne in mmd that i coward; the minion and paid tool of the ; when this rebellion broke out, we had the despotism at Washington, sent here to i reputation of being largely engaged in i tell the Democracy of Pennsylvania that j supplying arms to the South. It must if they do not like his mas'ter's policy also be borne in mind that for some time thev shall leave the country; that ii they i after the rebellion was in progress, tjy attempt to assert the right "of a free bal- the rivrr wtUcrwise this city was t lot they shall have the bayonet, that as restricted by direct civil or military they oppose the Administration they are orders, from trading with the South. Copperheads and must perish ignomini- Then, we ask, what friend of Vallandig ouslv by the halter." ham, who was a member of the House, The New York World is ecpial.y slan- , wouia nave mp.oyeu derous in commenting upon den. Burn- , presumption than that he was a side. This is what it says of the execu. Southern member? It' this me-nber was tion of the two rebel spies caught within ft Northern man, would he have applied It is not pretended that these men were spies; tnere was n M..1. Bread for the Hungry ! : suk parasols, a beautiful assortment ' just received. NEW STEAM BAKERY, j Marseilles Quilts and Spreads, I Cloths. kind you furnished Col. King of Dayton, j JNi O. XX j Cassimeres, for the Zouave C.uards, and at the same iATER STREET,! Staple Goods of every description. nrice. SO. If vou can furnish seventy- ; r- T - - , j RVlNHVll.l.B. I 1 II A A A . -m- et IV t3 J- JL xw w. Our stock In this line Is large, and of the finest quality, to which particular attention is directed. Remember the place for bargains. NO. 7 FIRST STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. DRUGGISTS. five, or perhaps a good many more, send me one here by express as a sample, at once. Very truly, C. L. Valiaxhiuiiam. P. S. How about the accoutrements? The intelligent reader will notice the comprehensive points in this ostenta tiously casual, and laboriously off-hand, note. The firn. which has handed us this letter append the following explanation: ' Cincinnati. Sept. 17. "Eds. Gazette: We think the inclosed letter, with a word of explanation, will Ml o 00 13 a B 5 3 Q o p Ul - I-" I M S. iz5 H M o - r-3 o ST" 5 T17E DESIRE TO INFOBM THE CITIZENS VV of Evansville, and tho community in gen eral that our NEW STEAM BAKERY, NO. 11 WATER STREET, Is now in successful operation, and we shall keep constantly on hand and make to order, on snort notice, all articles made at like manufactories ; such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, CrackerB, 4c, Ac. Being supplied with all the modern machinery to faciliate us in our business, we flatter ourselves that we can givo the most ample satisfaction in the quality of our goods and in prices. We will also keep ou hand a large and choice stock of Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, Ac, to which we call attention. Orders for public or private Parties, festivals, Bulls, Ac., Ac , promptly nnea terms. sei'lStf A. f E5 9 o X s s en CD FM. SELLMAN HAVING FITTED UP AN . office, No. 35 Main Street, will keep, as here tofore, a good assortment of Wheeler A Wilson s and Singers Sewing Machines and Needles, Silk Thread and oil, aud everything that is connected with the business, and will repair all kind of Sew ine Machines and put on W improvements. lV'4 F. mT SKLLMAS, Ag't. C7 e to H kj ?! O s 2 a a t H 5 IT " 1 rW LIQUORS. NOTICE. on reasonable WELD A CO. RAT EXTERMINATOR. S3 fes Theodg AV;a'; JOHNSOX "... based Exchange, t'.XCELLKN'i FAUEA1T. . ' ar the best brands o si I times I Ailed -at animal and A the waura of th. vasty k tt their richest ti, th. i ii.,, rj ut ivmt tioaauafat '.heir TABLES Tuesday next . is raspKt rally ravgraUm KT All's red at SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. riMIE J. French Periodical Drops : just received at no active cam paign in progress ana tneir execu uuu was unjustifiable because wanton and unnecessary. Smarting under the Fred ericksburg disaster. General Burnside, about that time, carriek his authority to most intolerable lengths. or would either he or V allamiigiiam have applied to us instead ot applying to tne a a" Concentrated Lye and Soda Ash. CONCENTRATED LTE AND SODA ASH just received ; another large supply at SCHLAEl'FKR'S Drug Store. Pocket Books. ANOTHER rU'PPLY OF POCKET BOOKS, Parses, Wai.Hs, Portmonies, Wire Purses and Tablets received at SCLAEPFE'S Drng Store. New York aud Fhiladelpma aeaiers. ' It will be observed that seventy-five guns are named "or more." and then, to imply a large transaction, "perhaps a good many more." Our Mr. Kittridge had been' engaged in the gnn trade in Vw Orleans since 1852. And so gener- L'nmindful of the fact that we have a wa3 tne )eHef that we were supplying never attempted to recruit our armies in" arms to the South, that we received a ide the rebel lines, the World assumes , very large number of orders daily trom side tne reuei ... , States, so large that we were that we have, for the- purpose of .n.lulg tn emDlov a soecial correspon- ing in the following censure of the "Lib" ; Jent t0 answer such letters. When it was I "as-Sold by erator of Kast Tennessee:" apparent that we could not openly ship , myl5-m -The Union armies, are constantly re- , arms South, we were asked to smuggle j . ., r..a c,... i ;,, viirwnis wavR. nnh as to pack army in tne tonieaeraLe ouncn ... -j , ,, , t and that, too, revolvers wiiu ury goouo. pv ; fiSSt .SBBa. S9 JlflHBSaaBBBBawV jBaaaallBv fjVaasHKaaEAHr 1 5 wLlwBi$r family m im WM. E. HALLOCK, Druggist ind Apothecary, NO. 18, FIRST STREET, NEAR POST OFFICE, Has just received anotlier large aud splendid as- J sor.tnent Ot Pnre Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, ancy jxmcies, Perfumeries, Pomades, Brushes, Combs, Toilet Articles, aps, Flavoring Extrv.ts, c etc Brandies and Wines, for Medical Purposes. ! N. F. CARR & CO., . "IT THOLES ALE DEALERS IN IMPORTED ; j V' and Domestic Wines and Liquors, have 1 opened at No. 28 First Street, (adjoining Messrs. Hollingsworth A Bro., Qoeeasware Store,) a large ; stock of Liquors, to which we beg to call the at- taattoa of the trade. W e are preparea m ouer e- i traordlnary inducements to Cash buyers, and re spectfully invite Merchants, Bar Keepers, dealers, and all others who are intereited in buying good i w: . . ..11 .... ... . ..i hcfiiir imrr haSlIlC , onr stock is large, and consists of a very great ' anti variety of imported Wines and Liquors of almost . - j grade. Also, a large assortment of old j Qu 1 C k ii e t U T U. 8 M Z. CL t Bourbon, mononKaiieia ana ttje " , advance.! terms. We mail ur Weekly Circular gratis tn all vending their address to ABEAM KMl lIT 9t- SONS, !43 Water Street, N. Y. City. iylOd&B NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils. The undersigned pay their Particular Attention To the sale of the above articles, and SOAP STOCKS GEiSERALLY. Consignments sent to them will l riiOMr-VLY DISPOSED OF we warrant to be SepS-lim N. F. CARR A CO. MILLINERY. REMOVAL STOVE WORKS. All the ("J'l717;'."Jf0?f; iTerican next door to her old stand on First street, between iiitly ou hand and for sale at North American , Loc, whero sbe wiU be hal,py to wait Particular attention paid to th. compounding Cloaks, Mantillas, & Dressmaking. MRS. ELIZA SPIEGELBERG, HAS RE MOVED her Cloak, Mantilla and Dressma king establishment to lhe old post otnee buildiug, I r. W. BKlS&aKYKR. A. H FLKL : SOUTHEEN STOVE WORKS. cruiting only whites " Only infollible remedies known." 11 Free from Poisons." " Not dangerous to the Human Family." " Rats come out of their holes to die." AWSold Wholesale in all large cities. BtcT"Sold by all Deuogiks and Rf.taii.euh every where. ! 1 1 Beware! I !" of all worthless imitations. ffT-See that "Costah's" namo is on ea.h Box, Bottle and Flask, before you buy -Address HENRlf 15. COSTAR, -Phincipal Depot 482 Beoadway, N. Y. KKLt.riK A WHITE, Wholesale and Retail Agent, EvansvtU., Ind. NEW BOOKS. tan srics .r ......i-riiitiiinj at all hours. " WM. E. HALLOCK, No 10 South First Street, near Post Office, noT27 Evansvill., Ind. but nrgroes, foreiGa; I i -4, fQRS. Congress Water. THE REAL AND GENUINE ARTICLE OT Coagreas Water, pot up by Clark A Whit., at Congress Springs, New York. No other genu ine than those branded " Congress Water, C A W." at th. end of each cork. Also, th. genuine Citrate Magnesia and Tartro Citrat. Lemonade. Alwavs on hand and tor sale at jaiiiiiAlbrf EK S Drugstore, . within the technical lines of the enemy. , them in tin cans, nut ca8 in ' Tf the rebel eovernment adopted Burn- lard oil barrels and then fiU the barrels ide's ruh, itgwould be iustified in ptit- ! with oil, etc., etc. Great farth was placed to death all officera caught recruit-1 in both our inclination and ability to get , n scnAKEXvDaa. :.Bl'RG, ' .si , atrf Deal, . is 5, Wines, x, &e. turers of Liquors. ,jd Syeaawre, tYA-'IM,, 1KB Cherokee Cure and Rose Wash. P"Vr RECElV'kli A K ID S 11 SUPPLY OF Charoae. 5nre nd Remedy, Uelinbold's Rom Wash an Bi ll's L'iila, at M II i.AF.r FKR s Drag Store. Sterling's Ambrosia and Wood's Hair Restorative. ttTERLINQ'S AMBROSIA AND WOOD'S O Hair lUst erati v. ; j ust recsivud and for sal. at iCHLAEPTIB'S Drug Star. r;e?-i.;t men or nemoes anywhere in the arms through in the most uniimuert 1 the Southwestern States. " 1J afte the taU ? or W ,, r.V..u u ,v,vl con- ter. EsDecially, when wo received al it. anouiu ne iciucmuv.w - . . . . . - frirftta claim that the officers who were " ' V.,t were nronerlv orisoncrs of war; i hef, both North and boutD, tliat we we. Helmbold's ,C.t the, were cantains in uniform, re- ready for unlimited negotiations 01 tt. ..winrr for tVin Confederate army in a part of Kentucky while military opera-1 tions were then in progress; and, finally, j that Burnside ruder insulted the sister of one of the condemned men when she. i asked him to spare her brother s lite. 11 landigham's letter, it was the current be- 1 Jief, both North and South, that we were , 19 character. The Gatette and other pa pers had long articles on the enormity. The Indiana Legislature thought it a fit matter for special legislation until fi nally a mob came to destroy our stock. This " mend ot mine, the memoer or this statement is true, Gen. Bumstae : tne nouse, wno wauu Bo,c..v-u,c -tnd Ac Federal Government are clearly kets, is represented as having tancied tytUwrmg. Bnt area granting that ; the muskfrt. R.mndge & to. soia t.oi. IH0ULDHR STRAPS. THREE YEARS IN JAPAN. TACTIC, ORCI PID IN SHOULDER STRAPS. SOCIAL CONDITION Olf THE ENGLISH PF.oI'l.E. LIFE OF VICTOR HIGO By Madame Hugo. BICELE'S HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION. " BIVOI AC AND THE BATTLE FIELD By Capt. NoA-es. LADY LISLE By Slisri Braddon. NEALE S HISTORY Ok" THE PURITANS. LIVE IT DOWN By Jaffrei son. I AM HERE, OR THE DVKE'S MOTTO. TOM KIPPON. ' '' "'- A FILL SETT OF MRS. SOUTHWORTH'S WORKS. JANE EYRE. SHIRLEY. AUSTIN EELIOTT By Kingsley. A FULL ' SET OF MRS. CAROLINE LEE HENTZ'S WORKS. ORPHEUS C. KERR PAPERS, Vols. 1 and 2. ARTEMCS WARD ; HIS WORKS. At DOBELL'S Book Store. BBOUGHTON A WOOD BEG LEAVE TO call th. attention of the public tc th.ir n.w establishment just opened opposite th. Curt House. Having purchased, at lowest cash prices, a fresh j stock of Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Chemicles and renu . mar, nfiriiiitifl 11 v selected from Eastern Markets, they are enabled to offer pure articles at a mode rate profit. Great attention wiU b. paid to th. important department of prescriptions ; and in all things they intend to keep up with the times and endeavor to please their cuBtom.ra.i a ll Patent medicines can" be pur- rv. upon her old friends and patrons again. She has engaged the assistance of ane of the best, Dressmaker of Leuisville, who guarantees every j Dress she makes to fit to perfection. Mrs. Splegelberg also has bought a large as sortment of Silks, Head Dressses, Hair Braids and Curls. Ladvs' Pocket Handkerchiefs of every style ' and a great many other articles lor the conve- j j nienc. of th. Ladies of Evansville a 1.0 vicinity too i numerous to mention. The beat Sewing Machines or Urover Baser manufactory for family use, for sale by Mrs. ELIZA SPIEGELBERG, No. 13 First Street bet Main and Second. aaisaassssssaassssssaaaaasssaaasaassaaaaaaaaaaamaaaaaa SUGAR EVAPORATOR. rjhaWTifl t tiir CBKSCKNT CITY DRUG STORE. M AYSVILLE COAL OIL IS SOLD AT THE CRESCENT CITY DRUG STORE. A SPLENDID SOIJA ui.flA. ' at th. CRESCENTCITY DRUG STORE. V FRY CURIOUS PERFUMERIES ABE SOU) at the CRESCENT CITY DRUG STORE. TIHySIClXNS ARE RESPECTFULLY IN X formed that prescriptions are reliably pre pared at the CRESCENT CITY DRUG STORE. TVROWN'S TROCHES FOR SALE AT THE j JD New Drug Store, opposit. th. Court House. AT THE i Cook's Sugar Evaporator. v v-v Tf a vv THK SOT.F. AGENCY FOR THE Sale of the Celebrated Evaporator for GIB- IN ANY QUANTITY New Drug Store, opposite th. Court House. SODA ASH New Druj TJOBSE AND CATTLE MEDICINE ALWAYS il ready at the New Drng Store, opposite th. Conrt Moiiss. Yt. 'LECTIC REMEDIES CAE BE FOUND AT Hi Broughtoa A Waod's, oppealt. th. Conrt Bill. nil AWT, V A V tYK KTIPKt, I! (OJntlOS. recommend them from personal experi.no, hav law manufactured 500 gallons of beautiful Syrup on one of them last year. It li to the interest or j those having Cane to make op to bny one of 1 COOK'S EVAPORATORS, as th. Mulasse made i on those machines tell at from 10 to 25 cents per gallon more than that made on .emmon pans, Ac. . Persons wanting will pleas, order early, as ( there may be delay in getting them late iu the aason. Send for phamphlet to 1 VICKERY BROTHERS; " N. 82 Main St., Eyatuvlll BRINKMEYER 8b CO., Manufacturer of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings, House, Fronts, Verandas, Balconies, Castings in General, COrPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, Ao SO- Sales Room Main Street, opposite Conrt Honse. tvyFonndery Near the Mouth of Pigeon Crsek EVANSVILLE, IKD. a-0RDEUS SOLICTTED "W y SOAP AND CANDLES. IIiilip Iecliei-, (Successor to Decker A Kramer), HanvifactTirer of Lard Oil SOAP AUD CANDLES. Also, an extra article of mtfKNISG, ENGINE, ASD CAB OIL Dealers in Bosin. Sodii, Asfecs, Ac. Also Pure Catawba Win Of ourown raising, in quaatiti.. to suit pnr chason, 116 Naiu StrtH, betr Firsf amd Secoad, EVAKSVlLU, INMAKA. - Terms cash, or SO days' paper negotiable la ank. janBMv INTELLIGENCE OFFICE THE UNDERSIGirW HAS OPESKD AH Intelligence Ofllos, on Third Street, four door, weft of the Washington Hotel, where he will give strict and prompt attention to all business in that V V JOHN WAYMAN Zatrnng copy apl"