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Evansville daily journal. (Evansville, Ind.) 1863-1866, September 26, 1863, MORNING EDITION, Image 1

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iniao-ij AUtAME.
FOR DAILY.
One year 6 00
ix months . 3 00
rhree months r - " ",', 50
Su.jj li. rt by carriers at 12 cents per weak.
FOR WEEKLY.
Three ni -utlu 5t
Six mouths 85
One Vc.tr f 1 50
FOR TRI-WKKKLY.
Six month' 2 00
Or..- y ,-rtr 4 00
NOTICE.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
O F
Ta low, Lard, Grease & Oils.
: he undersigned pay their
Particular Attention
To the sal.- of the hIkit articles, and
SOAP STOCKS GENERALLY.
' nsigntm-nta sent to them will bo
PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF
ai.a
Quick etums Made
-1 t.-m-.. We mail onr Weekly
Clu ular to all send ig th.-ii a .lr.
A BHAM R.KiHT tL SO.N'S.
33 Water Strrrt, X. Y. City.
. tyUMusa
vvsMBaBHnHMaaBBaasHaaMBm
STC VE WORKS.
. s. uuitW ih. i. h k 1 ni. i :.
SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS.
BRiWKfyiEYER & CO.,
Manufacturer of
Stores, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings,
House, Front a, Verandas,
Balconies, Castings In General,
OPPF.R, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, Ac
W Sales
Room Main Street, opposite Court
H,iie.
Fouudery-
-Near the Mouth of Plgson Crwk
KVANSV1LLK. HID.
(VOCDKRS 0LICITKD.-W my9
PICTURE GALLERY.
I I
q
MEDICAL.
B. J. DAY,
PHYSICIAN &
M. D.f
SURGEON.
EXAMTNIG SURGEON FOR PENSIONARY .
' kFEICE On Second Street, between Main and
Locust.
RESIDENCE At Sherwood House.
KvanTill, January 6, 183.
S W. THOMPSOlf, JL D..
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
i.vucf. and Residisci No. 35 Waxkct Smn
(At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.)
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
uov29-ly
. .
DRY GOODS
KEEN
&
PRESTON
T T AVE JUST RECEIVED
A LARGE AND
I 1 z-.-nenJ assortment oT
Desirable Dry Goods,
Which thev nivlte the "trade" to call and ex
iu.i: .rij.-f and qualities; believing, knowing,
they cjn sav dealers additional freight and ex-
r-nv- i:. i'inj: further Eastward. janl5
A. C. PUSHEE,
DEALEK IS
Foreign & American Fancy Goods,
COMBS. BRUSHES, PURSES, WALLETS,
Satehels. Toilet Soaps Robber Goods,
GAMES, YANKEE NOTIOKS,
Ladies' Br.skets, Cnlldren Cans, dtc.
No. 20, Main Street,
EVANSVII.LK, .... INDIANA
deci'l
LAW CARDS.
CHARLES DENBY,
Attorney at Law,
H. resumed the practice of Law. Office on Third
Street, middle of Hall's Block, up stairs. fcb2
JAMES
Attorney
RE I D ,
at Law
AND
COLLECTING AGENT .
OFFICE On Third Street, third door from
i ie street, in the Crescent City Bank Building,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. .
f-b25-ly
Jan. T- Walker,
JUSTIC E OF THE PEACE
AND
Agent for obtaining Pensions,
Rack Pay and Bounty
17OB DISCHARGED SOLDIER, AND FOB
. the Widows and other legal representatives of
those who die in the service of the United States.
Offlce on the North-West side of Third Street,
near the Washington House nnd nearly opposite
the Court Hon e, Evansville, Indiana.
All business entrusted to him will be promptly
attended to. jy!8-ly
I A O R YPES ,
PHOTOGRAPS
AKD
Card Fiotxires.
ALSO.
WEDDING CARDS,
Mounted In Beautiful Style,
AT
Pliotograplilf Gallery,
V!:it POST-OF ICR.
A bUmm's
SOAP AND CANDLES.
lliilip Decker,
(Successor to Decker A Kramer),
1VI
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Also, an extra article of
c E. 3: z M a.
e C (B J e J
sr t-. 2 k:S
. - 1-3 W
HI UN H
tVSBlKG, EKUINE, AXD CAB OIL
Otnlc r ir. Roein. Soda, Ashes, Ac. Also
Pure Catawba Win
f ' ur r,n;i raising, in quantities to suit pnr
chasers,
Ita ..; .n htr 1. Bseaassa ami gcod,
EvA3vfLLfc, Indiana.
r '1 r:..- Bush, r BO i!ys paper negotiable ia
unit
jan20-1y
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AN
Intelligence Office on Third Street, four doors
west of tbe Washington Hotel, where be will give
trlct and prompt attention to all business in tba
Uae. JOHN WAYMaN.
Zsliaag eopy aali
EVANS VIL.L1E DAILY JOURN
M O H N 1 sT (i EDITION.
VOLUME XVI.
AND SHOES.
N E W
SHOE STORE
BOOT &
F.
No.
M
SELLMAN
lias just received, at
35 MAIN STREET
A large and carefully selected stock of
BOOTS, SHOES. WAITERS, SLIPPERS,
CHILDREN'S WEAR,
V Til r T k T L" JT -r " T T'.- n-n.,... ....
V wiling as lo as any house in the city. The
public are invited to call and examine Goods and
j Price before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants
1 his goods to Eire tatisfactiou. No trnnhU in
show gods.
Mending done FREE OF CHARGE, should
they prematurely give way.
F. M. SELLMAN,
ETansville, Sept. 15, 18G3. 35 Main Street.
O I T Y
BOOT fiND SHOE STORE.
SECOND STREET.
WE DEVOTE OUR ENTIRE ATTENTION TO
The Boot and Shoe Trade.
OUR FALL AND WINTER GOODS ARE
Superior to any offered in market. We are
receiving goods every day. Our facilities are such
n7uTney,w - tba.ar other
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters mended for nothing.
Mir,x HB ct? CO ,
Retail Dealers and Manufactures of
BOOTS & SHOES,
No. 38 Main Street,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
YV
"E HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE
and well selected stock of Enstern and home
made G ods, consisting of all descriptions of
Ladies', Misses', Men's and Boys'
Roots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers,
Which we offer for sale as low as any house in
the city. All our work is warra .ed.
seplC, MILLER A CO.
W. H. WALKER.
DE C. ETAXS.
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 Exclusiv ely
Consequently can give yon better bargains than
those whoare " dabbling " in Boots and Shoes
in connection with other business.
City
and
County Orders taken at
par for Goods.
sep5-ly
TO LET.
Business Property to Let.
17 K BY 150 FEET, COTlNER Of MAIN AND
I J Fourth Streets, will bo let for a term. Per
sons wishing to lease can have thd whole or on
quarter, or one-half, as they may desire.
Enquire of ASA IGLEHEART, or
au22tf JSO. 8HANEL1N.
VARIETY STORE.
BOOTS
wBFagfflWaTMaH "saff
PtTSHEE S VARIETY STORE,
No. 20 Main Street,
18 THE PLACE TO FIN'D FANCY GOODS,
Combs, Bru e, Pocket Wallets, Card Cases,
Tablets, Scissors, Knives, Watch Keys, Guard
Chains- Thimbles, Needles, Plus, Taps Measures,
Bead', Belt Clasps, Goggles, Spectacles. Ther
mometors, French Harps, Pop Gnoa, Ivory Bat
tles, Marbles, Chessmen, Dolls, Corset Clasps,
Steel Pens, Peacilei.. Games, BubberBalls, Toilet
Sosp. Jewelry, -VioHn Strings, WSrk Boxes,
Writing Desks, Feather Dusters, Bird Cagss,
Childrens' Carriaajss, Ladies Fancy
Ladies'
Work
Traveling Baskets, e., As., at wtai
lesals aad
SB4a
PUBLISHED BY
JAMBS H. McNELT.
T. M. TUAYER.
JNO. II. McNKELY.
I'.MlXB THE riKW 0 TUB
Evansville Journal Company.
Journal Building's.
LOCUST STREET,
BETWEEN FIRST AND WATER.
SATURDAY.
.SEPTEMBER 2C
Tbe War Democrats of Ohio.
We think no apology is necessary for
laying before our reader the Address
issued by the Wrur Democrats of Ohio to
the DeJDOcntQy of this Stato. It is a
plain, candid statement of the reasons
why they canuot, as loyal men, vote for
C. L. Vallandigham for Governor. It is
as applicable to our own sHate as Ohio,
for the Democrats have endorsed Val
landigham as a true Democrat, and sent
their darling Voorhees to labor to secure
his election :
" To the Democracy of Ohio :
' Fellow-Citizens Having met for
the purpose, among other things, 10
adopt such measures as the exigencies
of the occasion demand for the welfare
of onr common country, we feel it a duty
j which we cannot ignore nor thrust aside,
to address you bneny, but plainly and
truthfully, upon the momentous ques
tions of the day, and, if possible, to stay
the mad and furious torrent of fanati
cism which seems to be sweeping, with
almost irresistible force, over the face of
our once happy country. We have in
deed fallen upon troubleous time. Pas
sion and prejudice seem to rule the hour.
Reason and judgment have been de-
i throned and fanaticism and ultraism
sway the scepter undisturbed, over the
public mind. Our country, our Gov
ernment, that blessed inheritance de
scended to us from our forefathers, is to
all but the hopefnl, in the very last throes
of expiring nature. In whatever direc
tion the eye is turned, the horizon of our
national existence is overcast with por
tentous clouds, which human wisdom
and human sagacity seem totally inade
quate to penetrate or brush away. We
are not apologists for mistakes and er
rors of tbe Administration in the prosa
cution of the war, nor do we approve of,
or sanction, factious opposition which is
being brought to bear against legitimate
aa well as doubtful powers of the Gov
ernment, to put down rebellion, suppress
insurrection, and enforce obedience to
the constitutional laws of the land, and
when we are asked to sanction and ap
prove, oy tne exercise ot a most solemn
and most important privilege, the elec
tive franchise, to approve, to use no
harder term, the course of misguided op
position which, from the very beginning,
has studiously and persistently opposed
every effort put forth ta save the life of
the nation, we do mc it earnestly, yet
most calmly and deliberately enter our
andUarnestly en treat" afT canclid men to
reflect before voting for the very em
bodiment of this opposition. You, as
well as we, are called upon by an impera
tive voice of a convention, to vote for 0.
L. Vallandigham for Governor of the
State of Ohio.
We admit that this call comes to us
clothed with power and prestige of party
lines and party fealty; it comes to us
laden with associations of former years,
but all these cannot be made to avail a
feather's weight when our country, our
kindred, and the future of this Republic
are at stake. Believing as we do that
the action of the convention in nomina
ting Mr. V. was a great mistake, and one
which, if approved and sanctioned by the
people at the polls, will seriously endan
ger the perpetuityot tne wovernment, we
ave telt and now
felt and now feel it our dutv to i
withhold from him our support, and thus j
clear our skirt of all complicity with the
agency by which it is brought about
And in so doing, we stand by the doc
trines advocated by Douglas, by every
Democratic member of Congress from
Ohio, and the entire Democracy of the
North, except Mr. Vallandigham and a
small faction prior to Mr. V.'s nomina
tion for Governor. In no wise do we af
filiate or approve of the doctrines of abo
litionism and fanaticism of any kind.
But self respect as well as duty to you
requires that we should state briefly and
candidly the reasons why we are thus
compelled to withhold onr votes from
Mr. Vallandigham, and which, pernaps,
in ordinary
times, we might pass by in
silpnee. even if unable to aDDrove, for the
j reason that such views, although enter-1
1 tained by candidates, would never find i
an opportunity to be made ettective, ana
could not influence the conduct of the
people of other States, not then, as now,
in rebellion. 1st We cannot support
Mr. V., because, in his speech in Con-
gress, February 26th, 1861, he said: "It
is in vain to tell me that States cannot
i secede. States have seceded. In three
months their agents and commissioners
will return from Europe with a recogni
tion bv Great Britain and France,and oth
er powers of the Continent. Kecord.page
76. 1 Acain : " Secession has been tried
and has proved a speedy and terrible
success. The practicability of doing it,
and the way to do it, have been estab
lished." (Record, page 87.)
Again: "If anyone or more of the
States of this Union should secede for
reason of the sufficiencv of which, before
God and the Great Tribunal of history
they alone may judge, much as I should
I i i t u r- -
deplore it, I never would, as a Represen
tative in Congress of the United States,
vote one dollar of money whereby one
drop of American blood should be shad
in civuawar. Kecord Jr., yi. .Again,
" there is not a man in this house fit to
be representative here who does not
know that the South cannot be forced to
yield obedience to your laws and author
ity." Again, " accordingly I have not
voted for any Army or Navy bill nor any
Army or Navy appropriation bill, since
the meeting of Congress on the 4th of
March, 1861." Record p. 49. Again:
"Stop fighting and make an armistice,
no formal treaty, withdraw your armies
from the seceded States, recall your
fleets, break up your blockades,-' Ac, &r.
To these and kindrod sentiments held
and uttered by Mr. Vallandigham from
the beginning of our troubles, and now
prominently thrust forward oy mm, we
cannot subscribe, believing them to be yoteout of everT (mr t0 our side? Will
anti-Democratic and subversive of the aome Qne of tbe"liars who persi8ti in de
Government and all the best interest. i ot , fiance f ame f claiming the
the people. W e prefer rather to adhere i m Democrats, at.
to the ancient landmarks so truthfully : anjjwer thes(j questions?jv
and firmly maintained by Audrew Jack- y 5yioune
i son in his contest with South Carolina, in j .
1832. as evinced bv the following decla- : i An English gentleman who has
ration of principles found in his procla- ( been traveling in this country, and re
lation, Dec. 1 1th, 1832, and his mes- turned to Europe in Saturday's steamer
sage of January 17th, 1833: "I consid
er, savs Gen. Jackson, ' power to amend
- 1 TT . . It.
and
r-
a law ot the united stares assumed oy
one State incompatible with the existence
of the Union, contradicted expressly by
the letter of the Constitution unauthor
ized by ita epirtt, inconsistent with every
EVANSVILLE, INI)., SAT I RiJAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 18(53.
principle on wmcn it is tounded, a
structivo of first object for which it
M fornjd. ' This right to secede is '
-.uced from the nature of the Consti- i
tution, which they say is a compact be
' tween sovereign States who have pre- i
served their whole sovereignty, and there- ;
fore are subject to no superior; that be- '
I cause they made the compact they can
break it, when in their opinion it has
been departed from by other States.
Fallacious as this course of reasoning
is, it enlists State pride, and finds advo
cates in the honest prejudices of those
who have not studied the nature of our ;
Government sufficiently to see the radi- j
cal error on which it rests. To say that ;
any State may at pleasure secede from
the Union, is to say that the United States
an no nation, because it would be a
solecism to contend that any part of a
nation misrht dissolve its connection with
other parts, to their injury and ruin,
without committing an offense. Seces
sion, like any other revolutionary act,
may be morally justified by the extrem
ity of oppression; but to call it a consti
tutional right, is confounding the mean
ing of terms, and can only be done
through gross error. Men of the best in
tentions and soundest views may differ
in the construction of some parts of the
Constitution, but there are others on
which dispassionate reflection can bear
no doubt; of this nature appears to be
the assumed right of Secession. The
right of the people of a single State, to
absolve themselvas at will, and without
the consent of other States, from the
most solemn obligation, hazard the lib
erty and happiness of millions compos
ing this Union, cannot be acknowledged
Such authority is believed to be utterly
repugnant, both to the precepts upon
which the general Government is con i
sututea, ana tne ODjecis wmcn u is ex-
Sressly formed to attain. Again, Gen.
ackson speaking of the right and duty
ot government to use force to pravent
Secession, says: " No one believes that
any right exists in a single State to in
volve all others in these and countless
other evils, contrary to engagements
solemnly made. Every one must see
that other States in self-defen3e must
oppose it at all hazards." Again, speak
ing of an ordinance passed by the South
Carolina Convention, he says, " this sol
emn denunciation of the laws and au
thority of the United States has been
followed up by a series of acts on the
part of the authorities in that State,
which manifest a determination to ren
der inevetable a resort to those measures
of self-defense which the paramount du
ty of the Federal Government requires."
it is quite unnecessary to multiply
quotations from eminent statesmen upon
the subject. The great heart of the
American people is not only adverse to
this doctrine, but unalterably determined
to resist, it, at all hazard, and were it
not for the fact, lamentable as it is, that
we find the candidate of a party with
which it has always been our pride to
act, defiantly advocating the right of Se
cession, the fact of Secession, the want
of constitutional power on the part of
the general Government to prevent it
by force, distinctlv and so.uare.lv nUnt
bility of a nation to save itself from self
destruction, from want of both constitu
tional and physical power, and calling
upon the Government to withdraw the
army from those he is pleased to call
"seceded States," and hold an armistice
with rebels in arms, give up the Missis
sippi, break up the blockade, call home
the fleets, and thus give up all the ground
which our brave soldiers have won at tha
cost of so much blood and treasure; were
it not, we say. for all this, we might be
justified in remaining silent. Is it doubt
ed that this is Mr. Vallandigham' i posi
tion, read his record, published and put
forth under his immediate sanction, and
spread broadcast all over the State.
It is said that Mr. V's arrest, trial and
banishment, was a violation ot the con
stitutional riy-hts of citizens, and that
this act of the Administration must be
rebuked, by electing Mr. V. Governer of
Ohio, almost the identical doctrine advo
cated by the extremists of the opposite ;
party at the beginning of the war.
It is also said that the emancipation
proclamation is contrary to the letter
and spirit of the Federal Constitution, j
and that war is being waged for the .
freedom of negroes, and therefore the
war ought to cease at once. There might
be some force in these arguments if our
conduct and opinions were at all influ
enced by such considerations ; but be it
remembered that all the expressions of ,
opinions of Mr. V. herein published, .
were announced pryor to the issuing of j
ths proclamation, or his arrest. For
these and other equally satisfactory
reasons
we feel constrained to withhold
our support from Mr V., though we deem
it inexpedient to put a third ticket in the j ;
; held.
j Fellow-Democrnts of Ohio, Democrats
; who stood by Douglas in the great con
! test of I860; Democrats who have sworn
i upon the altar of our country that the
! Union must and shall be preserved:
! Democrats who have sons, brothers and
fathers no fighting the battles of your
country, who are standing guard in the
silent hour of midnight over your houses
and homes, bravinz death in every form.
j we appeal to you, can
j your votes for a man
you, will you cast
holding opinions
ana advocating aociriueo uku mi. .
does? We cannot and do not believe
you will. We must respectfully but
earnestly call upon yon, in the name of
Democracy; in the name of your coun
try; in the name of our fathers, of Jack
son of Douglas, to take such course as
V 1 11 A - 1 A -i
, , J i U . . . U 1
vour calm ana aenoeraie juugmeut uia
.. , . r . 1. r . i rr . .
! dictate, to save Ohio from the fatal effects
wo.- fnllnw from ai 1 rli a
which we fear may follow trom sncb a
course.
The Democratic party has a future
fraught with mighty and important ob
ligations, which must be met with firm
ness, and having done our duty, trust
to a returning sense of the consistency
which we feel confident must be the
guide of the Democratic party in the
campaign of 1864.
Signed Barnabas Burns, President ;
J. HTyler, Secretary: Robert A. John- '
son; J. J. Egan, Assistant Secre ary.
Why Don't You Test It?" Why
don't the Abolitionitis volunteer?"
Why don't the Democratic Legislatures
and Governors let the soldiers vote, so
that we may see which party hag filled
the ranks of our country's defenders?
And why do the soldiers oi those States
i which hane. enabled their soldiers in
,,nifnrmlr o-ive about three
- : frem Boston, purchased betore his aepar
1 ture, a large
number of pamphlets, in-
clu.ling Dr. Holme's Oration and Mr.
Sumner's Speech, for gratuitous distribu
tion in England. It would be well if his
sxample were generally followed by
Americans whe visit Burope
Ex-President Pierce to Jeff. DavS
Everybody knows that Frank Pierce i?
now a traitor, a little more decorous but
not a whit less venomous than Vallan
digham, but everybody may not know that
he was a traitor in I860, and before the
war broke out gave . leff. Davis assurance
that when war came the Democrats
would see that it raged North of Mason
and Dixon's line, as well as South. It
is time the country was possessed of this
fact, and happily it comes in a shape
which cannot be questioned. Among the
private papers of Jeff. Davis, from which
; so many revelations have already taken
! flight, were several letters from Frank
I Pierce, and one of these letters was foui d
j by Captain Gibbs, of the 15th Illinois
j regiment, who sent it to the Concord (N.
' H.) Democrat, where it was published
' right under the traitor's nose, and to his
i intense disgust, no doubt This is it :
Clarendon Hotel, Jan. 6, 1862.
My Dear Friend: I wrote you an ue
i satisfactory note a day or two since. I
j have just had a pleasant interview wiih
Mr. Shepley, whose courage and fideli
ty are equal to his learning and talents.
He says he would rather fight the battles
with you as the standard bearer, in 1860,
than under the auspices of any other
leader. The feeling and judgment of
Mr. S. in this relation is, I am confident,
rapidly gaining ground in New England.
Our people are looking for the ;- coming
man." One who is raised by all the ele
ments of his character above the atmos
phere ordinarily breathed by politicians.
A man really fitted for this emergency
by his ability, courage, and broad states
manship and patriotism. Col. Seymour
(Thos. H.) arrived here this morninsr,
and expressed his views in this relation
in almost the idantieal language used bv
Mr. Sheplev. It is true that from th
present state of things at Washington,
and throughout the country, no man can
predict what changes two or three months
may bring forth. Let me suggest that
in the morning debates of Congress, full
justice seems to me not to have been
done to the Democracy of the North.
I do not believe that our friends at the
South have any just idea of the state of
feeling hurrying at this moment to the
pitch of exasperation between those who
respect their political obligations, and j
those whe have apparently no impelling
power but that which fanatical passion
OB the subject of domestic slavery i n
parts. Without discussing the question j
of right of abstract power to secede, I,
have never believed that actual disrup- .
tion of the Union can occur without
blood : and if through the madness of j
Northern Abolitionists that dire calamity
must come, the fighting will not be along
Mason's and Dixou's line merely. It !
will be within our own borders, in our
own streets, between the two classes of !
citizens to whom I have referred. Those
who defy law and scout constitutional
obligations, will, if we ever reaah the i
arbitrament of arms, find occupation
enough at home.
Nothing but. the state of Mrs. Pierce's
health would influence me to leave the j
country now, although it is quite likely j
upon our people, especially in New 1
Hampshire and Connecticut, where the
only elections are to take pla-n dur- ,
ing the coming spring, that while our
Union meeting's are all in the right di- j
rection and are well enough for the pres- j
ent, thev will not be worth the paper
upon which their resolutions are written
unless we can overthrow political Aboli
tionism at the polls, and repeal the un
constitutional and obnoxious laws which
in the cause of "Personal Liberty'' have
been placed upon the statute hooks. I
shall look with deep interest and not
without hope for a decided change in
this relation. Ever and truly your
friend. Fuanki.in Pibbcb.
Hon. Jeff. Davis, Washington, D. C.
MACHINEST.
vvias UtaTa.
Wit. HEILMAH.
XRATZ &. HEiLMAN.
City loaxiclry.
Manufacturers and Builders of
Steam Engines and Boilers,
Saw and Grist Mill Ma
chinery, Tobacco Screws.
Gumming Machines,
Chinese Sugar Cane
Mills,
TEBESEING MACHINES, ftc,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
rriHE PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY FOUND
J rv beg leave to Inform their friends and the
public in general, that they are prepared to do all
kinds ot
Maenme & Fin. ah ing Work
And everything appertaining to thi Foundry bus- f
iuees. They are manmaciiiriiiF .-.ie.n r.ngioco
and Boilers of any slw and pajwer required. Saw
Mill Machinery ana Jim ue'iruic; w aiij miwoy
lk-rv and Mining Machinery, i uo-tcvo ocrcv. 9,
.i,minr Machines. Threshing Machines, Malt
Mills, Horsepowers, Corn ShelHrs, Machinery of
all kinds made aud repaired ; lrou and Brass Cast- ;
ings of every description. Iron Houie Fronts, Cel- 1
lar Grates, Ac. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the
latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog
Irons, Ac.
Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c.
upplied with every description of Copper and
hwd li on Work, Brewing Kettles, Befrigeralors,
Attemporators, SparirM, StillhL-ads and Worms ou
an improved principle. Columns for Alcohol Stills,
Yeast Jugs, (Jans, Syphons, Ac. ; Copper. Lead and
Iron Pipe ; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every
variety, for Deer, Spirits, Oil, Ac. Brass Cocksand
Yalves, Steam Whistles, Ac.
Werkmeu ;tent to all parts to tit up work and do
repairs on St. n Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron
Work, Ac.
Old Metals Bought.
They are dealing In and selling Allen's improv
ed Steam Onage, Wrought Iron Welded Pipes and
Tubbing. Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Ma
chines, Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators, German
Bolting Cleth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing,
Hose, Ac., of the best kind ; Tinplate, Sheet Iron
Rioclc Tin. Pia- Iron. Babit Metal, Spelter, Fire
Brick.
Thej
Ti,.vl..,.w, farllitv of the best Jlacnlnery
and workmen, and will give all work cnimsted to
tbent, their individual attention, niung oroers
pomptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied
with reasonable prices.
Barofflce nd Sale Rooms, Foundry, Eoiler-yard
Machine Shop on Pine stFeet, between First and
cond streets, Evansville, Ind. dec 7
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" Only infallible remedies known."
Free from Poisons."
" Not dangerous to th Human Family."
" Rats come out of their holes to die."
WSold Wholesale In all larse cities.
BfcsTSold by all Druggists and Betailebs every
where. VSV ! ! BrwaSK II!" of all worthless Imitations.
SBe?ee that Costar's " name is on eaeh Box,
Bottle and Flask, before you buy
HB-AddTess HENRY R. COSTAR,
SVPtnciPii DsrOT 482 Brsadwat, N. Y.
aSoldby KELLER A WHITE,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
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LIVERY STABLE.
AMERICAN STABLE,
On Third bet. Main and Locust Sts,
THIS LIVERY ESTABLISHMENT, WHICH
is well known throughout the coontrv, pos-
soises Stable advantages snperior to any similar
establishment in the City, having arrangements
for the serepttun of private horses at livery of the
most el. .-ant and complete description, and at the .
lwest rates
Carriases for visiting to lot. Coaches, light
waguus, iiud every kind of road vehicle to let.
Horses nold uu commission Second hand Baggy's
for sal.- at the very lowest pri.-s. Passengers for
warded to all parts of the country by special con
i eyaaesj. RICHARDSON, BITTON A CO.
apl4
DRY GOOD
Cry Goods! Dry Goods
TTE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AS COMPT.KTK I
' assortment of Goods as can be loacd aa.t
edvaace.
wiiwt-.buu oaving iioiiRtit tnc-m before the recent
v.e can and will sell them cheaD.
SCH APKER A BUSSING,
No. 49 Main Street.
Black and Fancy Silks.
i AVE A SPLENDED ASSORTMENT
of Silks, and sell them very cheap
SCHAPKER A BUSSING,
49 Main Street.
Cloths, Casimeres and Vestings.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, CA8I--ii-
il KRES and Vestings can be found at
m IAPKER & BUSSINGS 49 Main Street.
Carpets! Carpets!! Carpets!!!
IXTK HAVE NOW A SPLENDID ASSOBT
T V MENT of Carpets to which wc respectfully
rail the attention of the public.
SCHAPKER A BUSSING'S,
No. 49 Main Street.
SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S
Shawl and Cloak Department.
A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF THIS
Sx. Department will satisfy every one that they
can be suited in qnalitv and prices.
SCUAPKKB A BUSSING,
No. 49 Main Street.
SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S
Millinery Department
HAVING MADE THIS A SPECIAL PART
of our business, and having bought erery
tliirg in that line direct from importers and
: manufacturers, we defy competition.
Misses Epperson and Bellam, who have charge
of the Trimming Department, flatter themselves
i thnt they cannot be surpassed in trimming by
any Milliner.
NEW AEFD ELEGANT GOODS
AT
3XTSI W 3E3FLIOEJlHI,
E. A. COOK & GO.
ARE RECEIVING AND OPENING AT
No. 7
FIRST STREET,
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods
AD
sr C T X O JN" SL
Their Goods bav.. been selected with great care
bv
experienced hands, with spocial reference to
SM trade of this city ; were bought for CASH aud
will b auld very low to Cash Customers only.
r: r stock comprises all the most
ELEGANT STYLES
Required to co tltute a first class
Dry Goods House,
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Black, Plain and Fancy Silks,
Foulard Silks,
Fine Mozambique Dress Goods, plain
Mid Check;
Bareges, Organdies and Jaconets,
Lawns, Mourning and Summer
Dress Goods, of every description.
Point Lace Collars,
Collars of every Variety,
Mourniner Setts,
Mourning Collars,
Silk Talmas Sacques, and
Circulars of all kinds,
Lace Mantles,
Summer Shawls,
Silk Parasols, a beautiful assortment
just received. -
Marseilles Guilts and Spreads,
Cloths,
Cassimeres, .
Staple Goods of every description.
W 3 "I X O KT S .
Our steck in this line is larre, and of ths nuest
quality, to which particular attention is directed.
Bf member the place for bargains
UO. 7 FIRST STREET,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
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WATCHES
AND
JEWELRY,
AT
Wholesale and Retail.
GEO. A. BITTROLFF
Has just opened at the old stand
No. 48
SAIJST STR13ET
One cf the largest and best selected stocks of
WATCHES, CLOCKS
.i JfcljE W -Si JU1 -are. -a. a
Diamond Rings and Pins,
Silver Ware,
Silver Cups, Soup Ladles,
Table and Tea Spoons,
Napkin Rings, Butter Knives,
Childrens' Setts, &o.. &c.
Plated Ware, Full Tea Sets,
Castors, Pitehers, Cups,
Butter Dishes, Salt-Cellars,
Goblets, Jewelry,
A full assortment of all kinds of
Spectacles,
Watch Materials,
Watch Glasses, &c, &c.
Having bought my stock for Cash, I (Ban sell at
ths lowest figures for Cash. Call and examine my
stock before purchasing elsewhara.
GEO. A. BITTROLFF.
., ., Mo. sS Main Street.
L.
ESTABLISHED. 1831
MANTUA MAKING.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
CLOAK, MANTILLA
AND
I i OSS MflU 1 n S .
MRS. ELIZA SPEIGLEBERG,
IN THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, OX
First Street, has i
from the East, of the richest fabrics, and h now
preparvd to make uo to ordr on the mot - - -
able terms. Cloaks. Mantlas, Circles, and Sarnnes i
of the best material and of the most beautiful 1
styles.
Her stock is so complete, that with the assist- j
ance of the UKt competent Dress and Cloak I
-uunir, sue is aoie to aerv all com
petitors in both stye and prices.
Mrs. Spiegelberg also has bought a lar.-e as
sortment of Silks, Head Drossses. Hair Braid, .r,s
tnris, Ladys' Pocket Handkerchiefs of ev.-rv.ivle
n1 great many other articles for the
ufeieW(.U0 Laaisa of arratitTitts ai.tfvMnty te
""'""ous to meution.
inc best hewing Machines of Grover A Baker
manufactory lor lamily nse, for sale by
Mrs. ELIZA SPIEGELBERG,
No. 13 First 6treet bet Main and Second.
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SEWING MACHINES.
M. SELLMAN HAVING FITTED UP AN
office, No. 35 Main Street, will keen. a. here.
tofore, a good assortment of Wheeler A Wilson's
and Singers Sewing Machines and Needles, SUk
Thread and oil, and everything that is connected
with the business, and will repair all kind of Sew -i
ng filachines and put on new improvements.
Jy24 F. MTSELLMAJI. Ag't.
STEAM BAKERY.
Bread for the Hungry !
NEW STEAM BAKERY,
No. IX
WATER STREET,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
WE DESIRE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Evansville, and the community in gen-
! era! , 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 short
notice, all articles made at like manufactories ;
such as Bread, Cakes, Pies. Crackers, Ac., Ac.
Being supplied with all the modern machinery
to faciliate us in our business, we flatter ourselves
that we can give the most ample satisfaction in
the quality of our goods and in prices.
We will also keep on hand a large and choice
stock of Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, Ac., to
which we call attention.
Orders for pnblic or private Parties, Festivals,
Balls, Ac , Ac , promptly filled on reasonable
terms. se18tf A. WELD A CO.
GROCERIES.
WHEELER, BIGGS & STJGG,
Whole- le dealers in
GUfcOCEIMES,
SALT, COTTOX YARSS
Nails, Window Glass, Sash, Doors, &.C.
So. I North First Street,
Corner ol Sycamore.
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
COPARTNERSHIP
WE HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH US WM. J
Sugg, late of Uniontown, Ky., in tbe
Wholesale Grocery business. The styje of tho firm
will be Wheeler, Riggs A Sngg.
WHEELER A RIGGS.
COFFEE
Just received 100 bags prime Eio Coffee ;
50 bags good fair Coffee ;
60 boxes Ground do ; and for sale cheap at
WHEELEB, RIGGS A SLOG'S.
s
YRUP A MOLASSES
25 barrels Syrup ;
25 barrels Bertrand's XXX Syrup ;
10 " Stewart s Syrup ;
20 " extra Honey Syrup ;
40 " N. O. Molasses;
35 half bbls Honey Syrup ;
50 half bbls Bertrand's XXX Syrup ;
50 ten gallon kegs Syrup ;
For sale cheap as the cheapest at
WHEELEB, BIGGS A SUGG'S.
Sm-i
25 bags Black Pepper ;
15 bags Spice ;
10 bags Raw Ginger ;
5 bags Cassia ;
20 cases Nutmegs ;
25 boxes ground Ginger ;
30 ' Pepper ;
25 " Spice ;
50
50
75
" Cinnamon ;
" Cloves ;
" Mustard ; for sale low at
WHEELEB. RIGGS A SUGG'S.
s
UGAR
20 hhds. prime Iew Orleans Sugar ;
20 " fair " "
10 " Porto Rico Sugar ;
IS boxes Havaua "
25 barrels Crashed '
25 Powdered
25 H Coffee
15 ' Yelllow Coffee Sugar ; for sale at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S.
M
ACKEKEL
25 barrels o. 3 Mackerel, large ;
20 " 2 '
25hslfbbls 1 '
25 " t
25 " S
30 quarter bbls No. 1 Mackerel ;
55 2
25 " 3 "
25 kits " 1 '
60 " " S
70 " " a
Jnst received por rail at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S.
TAYE STUFF, ETC.
j 2 CMe8 ManjlUl indjgo .
1 case Madras Indigo ;
1 hhd Dutch Madder;
10 barrels Alum ;
10 " Copperas ;
3 " Cudbear ;
On boxes Extract Logwood ;
2 ban els Brimstone ;
10 " Sulphur;
5 " Spsom halts;
2 11 vensia Bed ;
2 " Spanish Brown ;
100 boxes Washing Bine ;
10 frails Soft Shell Almonds ;
10 barrels Filberts ; for sale cheap at
WHEELEB, BIGGS A SFGG
HTOODEN WARE
ETC.
V 75 doxen Eed Buckets ;
50 dozen Blue and Red Buckets :
Vt dozen Well Buckets ;
20 do !en No. 1 Tubs ;
45 dozen No. 2 and 3 Tubs ;
75 dozen Wash Boards ;
20 Nests Buckets, 3 in nest ;
10 dozen half Bushel Measures ;
50 boxes Clothes Pins.
For sale cheap by WHKF.I.ER, RIGCS A SrgO
FLOUR 100 barrels extia'Fani lly El our, on
consignment at WHEELER KIggS 80QQ
CHOCOLATE'il hoxes"assorted brands best
Chocolate, at H. A. COOK'S.
nnriBt hativ MARKET
BASKETS 10
O iiot square ratan Market Baskets : : heavy , 1.
Btrtchersand Market men. At H. A. t OOK.
sspt.27-tf
for
CtHEESE .
I 50 boxes Western R serve Cheese ,
SO bozes Hamburg Cheese.
Just received and to arrive at
WHEELER, RIOOS A SLOG'S.
TEA, TKA. TEA
15 half chests assorted Oolong Tea;
V ' " " Japan "
IS " " " Young Hyson Tea j
5 " at Gunpowder "
5 " Imperial
Jnst received at H. A. COOK'S.
tAMP CHIM SEY BRCSHES 20 doz. wit
handle chimney brushes ;
At H. A. COOK'S.
CHEESE SAFES 1 doz, Urge size wire chees
safes, to be had only at H. A. COOK'S.
tORN BASKETS
10 doz straped 1 bushel Baskets ;
5 " extra " washing Baskets.
1 " lares and heavy 4 bushel Baskets ;
10 " half bushel split feeding Baskets:
At A. A. COOK'S.
17 12 doz. asserted Fsatber
Pasters : asssorted
numbers.
frem ft to :
Jnst received at H. A. COOK S
F.
ADVKRTISIVC; HiTES W DAILT.
Bii'inev card" (ft lines nr lessi, on year.....f It 09
" six months... 7 )
" ' U . thne " ... 4 60
One square 1 10 lines or leas) one insertion... 75
" " three " ... 1 M
" one week...... 1 74
" one montk S 50
IB WEEKLY
One square, oue iuscrlien
1 UU
For each subsequent ius-rtion 66
Special Notices retained on inside of piper, will
be charged 20 per rent. additiouAl on 'jov rate..
GROCERIES.
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES.
STEPHEN H. S. COOK.
I Main Street,
Between Sixth and Seventh,
Is the place to obtain the Cheapest and best
FAMILY GROCERIES
Good Sugar 7 pounds for SI.
Excellent Coffee 3 pounds for $1.
Everything else in proportion. Eatables or all
kinds kept constantly on hand. Call and examine
articles aud prices before purchashing elsewhere.
BWGood Fresh Butt r received every Saturday.
ngi
WM GhENN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers,
70 and 7 Vine Street,
Bet. Second and Pearl Sts.
CIS CI NNA TI, O.
HAVE ALWAYS OS HAND AND FOR
sale at tbn lowest market prices, a large and
well selected stock of Groceries. Tobacco, Coi jage,
Wooden Ware, Ac., to which w invite the atten
tion of Merchants. sepl9
?ahuel E. Gilbert. William R. Baus
S. E. GILBERT & CO.,
WHOLESALE 6 HOC BBS,
Sycmre Street, bet. Water and First,
Etansvilli, Ind.
A full assortment of Groceries always on hand,
nd for sale at the lowest prices.
SHIRT MANUFACTORY.
J. SMITH'S
SHIRT MANUFACTORY,
K"o. Second St,
(19 MAT'S BtOCa.)
S'
niRTS MADE T'- ORDER FROM MEAS-
nrmeut and a fit warranted. A arnrk n
ready.made Shirts and Collars always on hand, and
at prices that will suit the purchaser. Tucking
a.nt. Atiching Bosoms, Ac., done with neatness
and despatch
Thankful for past savors the subscriber respect
fully solicits a contuauoe of the patronage ss
liberally bestowed for the past five vears.
c' " J. SMITH.
NEW SALOON.
CHANGE OF EXCHANGE
A FEW AS RANGE MENT.
SAM tiRAMMER t HABRT J0HX80N
having purchased
Theodore's Exchange,
ARE FITTING IT LP IN EXCELLENI
style for a first cla3
BILLIARD SALOON and RESTAl'BAST.
They will keep at the bar the best brands e
Liquors and their larders will at all times be filled
with the richest dainties from the animal and
vegetable kingdoms, and the waters of the vast?
deep will be made to contribute of their richest
stores.
Especial attention will be given to the cubm,
which will le under charge of the most competent
at tists.
Their Billiard Room Is large and tblr TABLLi
FIRST CLASS.
The establishment will re-open on TiMday next.
A liberal share of pnblic patronage is respectfully
I licited. mva0a3in
MUSIC
STORE.
WARREN & CONYNGTON'S
UBIC i&'X'OlEUEaV.
PIANO FORTES, MELODEONS, HARMONI
UMS, Aceordeons, Violins, Guitars. Flutes,
Clarionets, and everything usually kept in Music
Stores. The only stock of
Sheet Music and Instruction Books
For all instruments will be found here. The very
best Italian Violin, Guitar, Violincello and Banjo
Strings always on hand.
Fancy Goods, Toys and NoMoas at Wholesale
and Retail.
Old Pianos taken in exchange for new ones.
Instruments of all kinds repaired and tuned.
sep4 No. 1 MAIN STREET.
Evausville.
SASH AND DOORS.
JAMES STEELE,
(Successor to Steele A Brant,)
SECOND ST., BET. CHESTNUT AND CHERRY,
EVA. SEVILLE, INDIAMJ-
SASH, DOOBS, WINDOW BLINDS
Dressed Lumber,
Beards, Laths, Ac., of every description constantly
on hand. Packing Boxes of aU kinds made to or
srder. Sawing of every kind dona on the shortest
notice. aplg-ly
W. HUNNELL,
CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CANAL,
EVANSVILLE, IND.,
Has on hand the largest lot of
bashes, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Ac,
Ever Manufactured in tha Wast.
CHEY ABE OF MT OWN MAKE.
I have also a fine lot of White Pine and Popular
flooring. Moulding of aU kinds made and sawing
of all descriptions done at tbe shortest notice.
FOREIGN LIQUORS.
EVorBE KAPPLEK.
. scnsAKKNBrso.
K APPIER JL SCHNAKEXBTRG,
Importers and Dealers in
Wliiskys, Brandies, Wines,
Gins, ftc., &c., &c.
Also Rectifiers and Manufacturers of
Domestic Wines and Liquors
NO. 4 WATER ST.
angl4
bet. Msin and Sycamore,
EVANSVILLE. IND.
1
MARBLE WORKS.
Jus- Received,
Pin-ct from the Quarries, the
The Finest Stock of Marble
Ever brought te this market, ard for sale tt
STREET & YOUNG'S
American and Italian
Marble Manufactory,
WARE AND SALES ROOM
3KTO. 184
MAIN STREET,
Near the Canal.
Onr facilities for furnishing those wlshntg
mOMTJMEHTS,
GRAVESTONES,
TOMBS,
MANTLES,
Or anything else In trtir line, are unsurpassed in
the West
Onr Stock of Marble is complete, baring been
selected with great care at the Qnarriea. my6dAw
UHL HORN & BRINKMAK,
(Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in
IMEKICAX ITALIAN MABBLE.
Main Stree. Near Court Honsa.
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
SWMonuments, It
kinds of Furniture W
seuted ,in the latest aa
ties. Tombs, Vases, and all
kneatly and promptly sx
: .est stylos. deal
at i jns

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