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FOR DAILY. One year 6 00 Six month! 3 00 Three months 50 Supplied by carriers at 12 cents per week. FOR WEEKLY. Three months 50 Six month .-. 85 0g Ini - $ 1 no FOR TRI-WF.F.K LY. Six months 2 00 One year 4 uo NOTICE. NOTIC TO SHIPPERS. o r Ta low, Lard, Grease & Oils. : ho undersigned pay their Particular Attention To the 1 ik uf the :ilove articles, and SOAP STOCKS GENERALLY. Ons'gvnients sent to them will be PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF ami Quick eturns Mad am v-rv advanced lerm. Wt mail our Weekly tlrcRlKr jfrnlis ; j all s.-u to ABRAJJ KMUIII 3 Water Jisrerl iylO.'.:.i I aa- Hi. & soxs, , B. V. C ity. VE WORKS. . sbi sat yeb. . HH.r.I INO SOUTHERN STOVE W0RXS. BRiNKMFYER & CO., Mannfacturer of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Railinsrs, House, Fronts, Verandas, Balconies, Castings In General, COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IKON WARE, 4c Sales Room Main Street, opposite Conrt Oonse. sJ"F(nridery Near the Month of Pigeon Creek EYAXSY1LLE, IXD. S-ORBERS SOLICITED "Wl my9 PICTURE GALLERY. Q H B. J. BAY, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. EX UraiO SURGEON FOR PENSIONARY. OFFICE On Second Street, between Main and Locust. RESIDENCE At Sherwood House. touv'"';, .r.mnary 6, 1 S. W. THOMPSON, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON OrricE and Residence No. 35 Walnttt Street (At Dr. 2.onald"s01d Stand.) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. BUT GOODS V TP EN & PRESTON H iAVr. .11 T RECEIVE!) A LARGE AKD ge;rral ft.-ortxiseut of Desirable Dry Goods, Which tlif-;,- nvite the "trade" to call and ex jur.a,' prio and ;nH!.i,:es; t-.dieving, knowing, I i.ry cab save dealers ' i freight and ex- .:. - in uoing furtlier Eastward. jan!5 A. C. PUSHEE, DEALER IS Foreign & American Fancy Goods, COMBS, BRUSHES, PURSES, WALLETS, Satchels, Toilet Soaps Rubber Goods, UA39ES, YANKEE: NOTIONS, Ladies' Baskets, Childrens Cabs, Ac. No. 20, Main Street, EVANSYIXLS, .... INDIANA dHTi LAW CARDS. CHARLES DENBY, Attorney at Law, lias resumed the practice of Law. Office on Third Street, middle of Hall's Block, np stairs. f.-b2 JAMES RE ID, Attorney at Law AND COLLECTING AGENT. OFFICE On Third Street, third door from Main Street, in the Crescent City Bank Building, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. f.b25-ly Jas. T. Walker, JUiTK E OP THE PEACE AND Agent for obtaining Pensions, Back. Pay and Bounty rOR DISCHARGED SOLDIKB, AND FOR A? the Widows and other legal representatives of those who die in the service of the United States. Office the North-West side or Third Street, near the Washington House nd nearly opposite the Conrt Hon e, Evansville, Indiana. All business entrusted to him will bs promptly attended to. J Is-ly 1VORYTYPES, PHOTO GR APS AU Oard. iPlctui'os, ALSO, WEDDING CARDS, Mounted in Reaatiiul Style, AT Adam's ( holographic Uallcry, i'XKV. POST-ftFi. ICK. SOAP AND CANDLES, lhilip Ieclier, (-Successor t. Deekr A Kramer), !4:;nufacturer of Lard Oil SOAP AND CANDLES. Alto, an extra article of eiftiiHUi. thtilUE, AND CAB OIL Dealers is Rosin, Boda, Ashes, Ac. Also Pure Catawba Win -nr ow. raising, In quantities to suit pnr chasers, rt: Woin Str'rt, lt(teru First ax-l Second, KvAxsvitir., Ikoiaka. l erioa ca.-:h, or vi days' paper negotiable ib :'' jan20-ly INTELLIGENCE OFF (CE vj1 H f. I S TERSIGNED HAS OPENED AN 1 Intelligence r,m,v on Third Street, fourdoors west of li.e Washington Hotel, v. here he will give strict and prompt attention to all business in tba line. ...Us WATMAN. ZeitunK copy aple g S5 on 2 J is si ? M rt- - as rj J , 2 2 H ffi ' La. -J MEDICAL. EVANSVILLE DAILF VOLUME XVI. AND SHOES N E W SHOE STORE BOOT & F . No SELLMAN lias juat received, at 35 MAIN STREET A large and carefully selected stock of ROOTS, SHOES. GAITERS, SLIPPERS, CHILDREN'S WEAR, Q1 r THE LATEST STYLES, WHICH HE IS selliujr as low as anv hone in the ritv Tim public are invited to call and examine Goods and Prices before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants his goods to give satisfaction. No trouble to show Mending done FREE OF CHARGE, should they prematurely give way. F. SI. SELL3IAN, Evansville, Sept. 15, 1863. 35 Main Street. CITY BOOT USD SH8! STORE. SC HATCH, SECOND STREET. WE DEVOTE OUR ENTIRE ATTENTION TO The Boot and Shoe Trade. tll FALL AND WINT-R GOODS ARK .Vf..J-rvVlT G!r'red-in market. We are we can and w ill sell goods cheaper than any other house in the city. Boots, Shoes and Gaiters mended for nothing. MI tTL E ' db CU. . Retail Dealers and Mauufactu'. 1 of BOOTS 8l SHOES, No. 38 Main Street, EVANSVILLE. INDIANA. w E HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE and well selected flock of Eastern and home 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 unr work is warranted. seplti MILLER & CO. flf. II. WALKER. DE C. ETAXS, WALKER & EVANS B00TS&SH0ES No. 81 MAIN STREE1, Evansville, Ind. We devote our whole time and attention to the Boot and Shoe Trade Exclnsiv e!y Conseqiii-ntlr can give you liettir bargains than those wboare " ihibbling " in Boots and Shoos in connection with other business. City and County Orders par Tor Goods. sepS-ly taken at TO LET. Business ProDertv to Let. ; r& BY ISO FEET, CORNER OF MAIN AND j I J Fourth Streets, will be let for a term. Per ! sons wishing to lease can have the whole or one j quarter, or one-half, as thoy mar desire. Ki quireof A?A IGLF.il EART, er asxBtf JNO. SHANK LIN. VARIETY STORE. PUSHEE S VARIETY STORE, No. 20 Main Street, IS THE PLACE TO FIND FANCY GOODS. X Combs, Brus es. Pocket Wallets, Card Cases, Tablets, Scissors, Kniv.-s, Watch Keys, Guard Chains, Thimbiea, Neclles, Pins, Tap Measurss, Bead', Belt Clasps, Goggles, Spectacles. Thor- momeror, French Harps, Pop Guns, Ivory Bat- ties. Warbles. Chessmen, Dolls. Corset Clasps, Steel Pens, Pcnciles, Gaines, Bubber Balls, Toilet Soap, Jcwtilry, Violin Strings, Work Boxes, V.'iiting Desks, Feather Dusters, Bird Cagos, Childrens' Carriages, Ladles' Fancy Work aud Traveling Baskets, &e , Ac, at wholesale aud fe- tall , seprl BOOTS M Retail Dealers Exclusively in PUBLISHED BY AMES U. McNEELY. F. M. THAYER. JNO. H. M.-NKELY. 1'Meb rtiK rixv or the Evansville Journal Company. Journal Buildings, LOCUST STREET, BETWEEN FIRST AND WATER. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29 Trial of Guerrillas at Mt. Vernon. At the term of the Posey Circuit Court) just clewed, : ease of considerable impor" tmice was disposed of. We ollude to the case of the State of Indiana against Paul J. Marrs, William A. Qaiiua, and six oth er Rebel soldiers, who were indicted for larceny and kidnapping. On the 8th of November last, a small band of rebels, consisting of some twenty-five or thirty rebel officers and sol- rliprQ orncaarl tha fYliir, mmm t w 4 v 1 1- d ,i W est Franklin in Posey county, in night time, took three or four horses, some arms and clothing belonging to the private citi : zens, and arrested and carried with them j into Kentucky Dr. Wm. K. Ham, a pri vate citizen of Posey county. For this they were indicted, as before stated. : The defendants, under the statute laws of this tate, had a right to be tried sepa i rately, although they were indicted joint , ly in several different indictments. They j demanded separate trials, and William , A. (uinn was first put on trial on an in dictment for kidnapping, to which he pleaded not guilty. The State proved that the defendant and some twenty-five others on the 8th of November last cross ed the Ohio river in a wood boat, about 4 o'clock in the morning, entered West Franklin in Posay county, arrested Dr. Wm. Ham, a private citizen of that place, remained till shortly after sunrise of the same morning, and then re-croased the river in the same boat, taking with them, (forcibly and against his will,) the said Ham, whom they conveyed to Provi dence, Kentucky, some fifty miles from the river, where he was released on the 10th day of November. Dr. Ham, when released, was furnish ed with a parole, but was not required to sign or swear to it The defendants, in these indictments, and several others of their party, were, on the 11th day of No vember, captured in Kentucky by our forces, under command of Col Foster The defendants were turned over by CoL Foster to the civil authorities of Posey j county, and have for the last ten months j 1 11 in ! - .aai 1 in iiii. ! quence of the insufficiency of the jail at ! Mt. Vernon. It appeared in the evidence ! introduced by the State that the party i were not in the uniform of soldiers, but dressed as citizens, with the exception that three or four of the men had feath ers in their hats. It also appeared that the party was under the leadership of Colonel Hall, a confederate Colonel, by whose order the raid was made, and Dr. Ham was arrested and carried off. The reason given at the time by Hall for ; taking Ham was that Col. Foster had : captured the Surgeon of Col. Hall's regi , ment, and that he wanted Ham to ex change for him. On the trial, the defendant Quinn i proved that he, with the others compos ing the party, were Confederate soldiers ; that they belonged to Hall's regiment, and had been previously mustered into the Confederate service, and that in cap turing and carrying Ham to the State of Kentucky they had acted under the com. mands of Colonel Hall. Lieutenant and several Also, that one of the men en- i gaged in the same raid, who were cap tured with the defendants, had been treated as prisoners of war, and ex- changed by the military authortttes of j the United States The defence relied on by Quinn, and ably, ingeniously and eloquently pre sented by his attorneys, Messrs. Pitcher, Blythe and Spencer was, that the act for : which he was indicted was an act of war, j committed as a soldier, in obedience to the commands of his .superior officer, in ! the prosecution of a war, in which the Government, in whose service he acted, Ml recognized by the Uuited States as 1 a belligerent, and that, therefore, the act ; was by the laws of war, justifiable, and , he was entitled to be treated as a j.ris- . oner of war and not as a felon. The prosecution was conducted by Chas. E- Alarsh, tsq., rrosucuttng Attorney, as sisted by Col Baker, Acting Assistant Provost Marshal General for the State. The prosecution insisted that the act for which the defendants were indicted was not a legitimate act of war: First, because the State of Indiana was not the theatre of war; Second, because the vil lage of West Franklin contained no forces of the United States to be assail ed; Third, because of the smallness of the assailing party; the fact that they came clandestinely in the night time and in the garb of citizens; and Lastly, that the act itself, that of taking and carry ing away a non-combatant private citi zen was in violation of the laws of war. i That as the defendant relied on the ! the Laws of War for his protection he must, to secure that protection, show ! that his case came within those laws ; and that the act for which he was indict ed was authorized by the code which he invoked for his protection. In both of ; which respects it was insisted that the ; defense had failed. The court! (Hon. Wm. F. Parrott, presiding,) instructed j the jury that the law of the case was j substantially as contended for by the prosecution. The jury found the de- ! ; j i j ' i : , 1 ! . fendant guilty, and assessed his punish ment at two years imprisonment in the ; ' penitentiary. A motion was made by j the defendant for a new trial which was over-ruled by the court. The defendant then moved the court to arrest the judgment, on the ground that the indict ment, which was found six monthg ago, M. ORNING EVANSVILLE, I ND., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 I8(i3 was defective in not describing the of fence in substantial compliance with the requirements of the statute defining the offence. The court arrested the judg ment on this ground. i The counsel for the defendants then informed the attorneys representing the State that an application would be made . for a change of venue, as to all the cases : retraining untried, and as, upon the pre sentation of the proper affidavit, the court would have been compelled to ! grant the change, it was agreed that the ; defendants should give bail in the sum of seven hundred dollars each, and that no further proceedings should be contin ued until the next term of the court. The bail was given and the defendants were, by the direction of Colonel Baker, taken into military custody, and brought back to Evansville, and will be sent to. Indianapolis. The trial demonstrated that in the judgment of an Indiana court and jury, such petty larceny raids as that made nr . . , . . on West 1 ranklin are felonies, and not war. It is to hoped the result of this trial will be effectual in preventing sim ilar raids in future. SUNDAY NIGHT S REPORT. All About the Radical Delegation From Missouri. Washington, September 27. The Radical Delegation here from Missouri and Kansas, to demand a change of Ad ministrative pc Icy regarding these States, engross general attention. The Missouri Delegation now numbers 63 and more are yet to come. The Kansas Delegation is almost enual in numbers. Among the Missourians are General Sloan and Col. McClung, Radical mem bers of the next Congress; C. D. Drake of SL Louis, Judge Wright of Platte City, and Lmil Pretorius, the St. Louis leader among the Germans. Among the Kansas Delegation are Gov. Carney, Senators Jim. Lane and Pomeroy, Attorney General Guthridge, Par-ott, Wilder and others. The Kansas men talk, of course, espe cially of the recent raid and demand a change of military policy. The Missourians present a larg list of grievances, for which they demand such redress as it is possible the Admin istration can make. They represent their State as in a con dition of confusion and anarchy, worse than it has been at anv time since the rebelli. i'i began. They declare they can get u.i protection f t'orn the State officers who continue to assert authority to which they have no claim, and that' Mr. Lin coln's appointments are even worse than their State officers. They assert that it is safer in Missouri to-day to be a rebel than a loyalist. They declare that every effort is now but tb.e ioyat voters, anu Thi me omer to induce the thousands of rebel Missouri ans who have been off in Price's army to return and secure their citizenship, so ! that the pro-slavery and semi-secession I party may gain the ascendancy once i more at the ballot-box. Such a course as this, tlsev will tell Mr. Lincoln is suicidal for him to con I tinue. 0 Among scores of illustrations Ihey give, of the policy now prevailing in Mis souri, are such as these. Under the military authorities now dominant, officers recruiting for negro regiments by order of Adjt. Gen. Thomas have been arrested, and the negroes they enlisted have been returned to their dis loyal masters. Negroes employed in the Quartermas ter's Department have been seized and returned to their rebel masters. Men known to have been in the Rebel service have been placed in important positions in the State Militia, and men are called into service who are lukewarm in their loyalty, if not open secessionists, are habitually preferred for all places of authority both by Schofield and Gamble, and every effort is beinsr made to pre- pare the State at any rate to defeat the emancipation movement, and, if possible, to throw it completely over into rebel hands, in case of any serious disaster to the National arms. These and other points were strenuous ,y d Qn thp Pr(isiderit) and a redress of .'rievances will be asked. How this redress is to be obtained is not so clear, 1 but it is manifest that among the first things insisted on will be the immediate removal of lien. Schofield. No move- ; ment is being made for the restoration of General Curtis, he himseif having for- j bidden it. Butler will be asked for. PENS, SOAP, &c., &c. Sand and Emery Paper. GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SAND AND v Emery Paper just received at SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. Cooking Extracts. LARGE STOCK AND GOOD ASSORT MENT of Cooking Extracts Jast received at SCHLAEI'FER'S I.rug Store. Essence of Coffee. TSSKNCE OF COFFEE JUST RECEIVED AT SCLAEPFE'S Drugstore. Mustard. THE VERT BEST QUALITY OF MUSTARD for sale at SCHLAE PEER'S Drug Store. Soap. AVERT LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SOAPS lust recuived and for s:ile at SCHLAEPFER'8 Drug Store. Steel Pens. A LARGE A40RTMENT OF STEEL PENS and Lead Pencils, of the best brands, for sale at SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. CARY'S CAUGH CURE FOR SALE AT SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. HOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC BALSAM FOR the Cure of Coughs and Colds ; just received and Ibr sale at SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. GROCERIES. ! j , )0 Powder; CO cases Canister Minie Powder at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. 5 HHDS. CHOICE V. 0. SUGAR AT ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. EDER PAILS 2 dozca Red Cedar Pails ; 2 dozen White Cedar Palls ; 2 desen Varnished Cedar Pails ; 2 dozen Horse Cedar Pails ; just received at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. 4 "DOZEN NURSERY CHAIRS AT ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. ASKETS 25 dozen assorted seizes ( b.thea Bsskulsat ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. I DENTIST. Dr. F. HUTCHINSON, DENTIST, Corner Main and Second Streets. ( UP STAIRS.) R. HUTCHINSON HAVING FOR Til E 1-J last seven years received the llartlul lint roi.age of the citizens of Evansville and surr..!!-;,!-ii.g towns and country, would return most sincere thanks for their appreciation of h's skill as a Dentin, hoping, by untiriug energy in secur ing for bis putieuts all the LATEST IMPROVE JIEXTS AM) INVENTIONS, to merit a continuance of thf nune favor. Personal Attention Glvrn in Everv Case. Hi facilities for doing eood work ennui any Establishment in a i,;,',ed,StRtes- Every style of Artificial Teeth made in Eastern Cities are made by him. Bel rence at all times perrons now wearing tho Siren l.y referring to BEAUTIFUL prepared in his office. SETS OF TEETK Having had much exiieri- r.DV.K,J JS1 or irregHlartiv of CIIIL I DREW'S TEETH, he would haven., hesita- tion in say.ng the most irregular cases can be entirely corrected by him. Cases can lw seen in I thu . city and connty entirely corrected by him I Cleft, Palate or openings in Palate snccesfnlly 1 treated Scurvy, Neuralgia affections and all dis- eases of the mouth successfully treated Those desiring ARTIFICIAL TEETH wonld do well to consult hun. OTcrms very moderate. S"rhe best Anearthetics for alleviating pain when extracting teeth CMnroforn. -tTJT-Z rnn,-H -" THANKFUL FOB TH t;o received during fhapastfonr I ermmient resident of this city, (whether they need his profes t ) to visit his rooms and see the ' I vt-orh Manufactured paj .'IU yea, s, .111 desiies all erso sionul services or j Various Style Improvemeu and Invent'ous Are iing made, and everything that will enbservs the interests of his patients is secured by him. H I Establishment antl Faciliti s Arc e.juI to any in EASTERN CITIES. He has Several Ansesthetica roB Alleviating I'aln tvlicn Extracting Teeth. Checks that are sunken can lie restored to nearlv he.r original contonr. All desirable styles of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, Made anywhere in the United States, are made by Mm, Irregularities of Children's Tec-th success fully corrected. Those having DECAYED TEETH Should either have (beta Ext meted or Filled, (the alter if possible.) The h-alth of the parties and the remaining Teeth demand it SEI'KAI.dIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED ALSO CLKFT PALATE OIBce on Klr.l St , Near Post OJ&ce. UlUAKb & TUBACCU. JOSEPH FEKDRICH & BROS. Ao. 1", Poreat Sti eet, xi 49 Soul P.ALT1M I) it E . M D . JOHN FEKDRICH & BROS., OOLfTMBIA, PA , AND I FEHDB1CII Evansville, Ind , Urancties Baltimore MANUFACTURERS OF TOBACC It'E ARE NOW THE MOST EXTENSIVE V Manufacturers, in onr lino, in the State. We offer the following Tobacco and CigRrs, of our own manufacture, for sale : 21 Boxes of Five Lnmp jier pound 50 Cts. 200 Boxes of 10 Lump per pound UO Cts. 200 Boxes Frank's Orange Lump ft tb. U5 Cts. :SOO Rose Bud, in Cuddies, per pound 80 Cts. 9110 Boxes Barow's, in Caddias. 300 Caddies Pencil Lear, per ponud CO Cts. 'oil Fl Dorado. Libt. m-r nonnd SI ; Caddies Pancake, Light, per pound 80 Cts. l(i Boxes Sun Cured Tobacco f tt 55 Cts. j 4,'iuu lbs Home Spun Tw ist Tebacco; Barrels Smoking Tobacco: 200 boxes Bond's Scotch Sunn; 90 Tlstf Barrels Fine-Cut Chewing Tobacco; MO Mer-.cl.Hiim Pip .-; lUMJross Briiir and wood Pij.es; 20400 Clay Pipes, assorted ; loo Gross Robber Pipes ; ..- rt! Pipe Stems: 25,000 Ceuha Cigars ; 24,0' u Henry CI ly Cigars, flrst 'c ; 20,000 Henry Clay Cigars, Second's ; 2S000 La Napoleon Cigars ; 30,009 El Brutus Cigars ; Half Spanish Cigars ; 2ii,000Segareets; 220 000 La Salvudina Cigars ; 400,000 Packs Smnkiug Tobacco ; 50 Drums Turkish Smoking Tobacco; 1,000 Bales Kinuicanick Smoking Tobacco; 50 Drums Shanghie ; 2,000 Pounds Mackaboy Snuff ; 2,000 French Snuff. Merchants and Store-Keepers, look to their interest ; oxauiinc our large stock. No. Main Street, Sales Room Factory, Cor. Locust &, Water Sts. We manufacture all the above gooes, ai d will eel 30 percent, cheaper than any House in our State. We would call the attention of Merchants who deal in our line, to buy from the manufacturers, where they can save 30 per cent. F. FENDRlCH BROS., ap21 Evansville, Indiana. LIQUORS. N EW Fill J N. F. CARR & CO., YXfHOLESALE DEALERS IN IMPORTED Tv and Domestic Wines and Liquors, base opened at No. 28 First Street, (adjoining Messrs. Ilollingsworth .t Bro., Queensware Store.) a large stock of Liquors, to which we beg to call tho at tention of the trade. We are prepared to offer ex traordinary inducements to Cash buyers, and re spectfully invite Merchants, B.ir Keepers, dealers, and all others who are intercited in buying good Liquors, to call upon us before purchasing. Our stock is large, and consists of a very great variety of imported Wines and Liquors of almost every grade. Also, a large assortment of old Buurlion, Monongahela and Rye Whisky, which we warrant to bu genniue. seps-flra N. F. CARR A CO. EDIT une a ' ' 9 BROS House, i 0 " JOURNAL. O IsT. MACHINEST. MUltlll K RATI. 'H. 11FILJJVM. KRATZ & HEILMAN, City XoiirKii-v, Manufacturers and Builders of Steam Engines and Boilers, Saw antl Grist Mill Ma chinery, Tobacco Screws, Gumming Machines, Chinese Sugar Cane Mills. THRESHING MACHINES, &c, EVANSVILLE, IND. t I! V. PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY FOiTNn. 1 IV i :-ntil:p In kiiias of g leave to inform their friends and thu -.lieral, that thev are prepared to do all Maeni no & Pi n i sh iD g Work And every thinR appertaining to the Foundry bus iness They are manufacturing Stoam Engines ind I.oiK rs of any 6i and power required. Saw 5 -Machinery and Mill Gearing of any sise ; Dis tillery and KiniBg Machinery, Tobacco Screw Gumming Machines, Threshing Machines. Malt Mills, Horsepowers, Corn Shelters, Machinery of :iil kinds made and repaired ; Iron and Brass Cast ings of every dcscripa..irou House Fxoau, Cel. latest improved patterns ; Hollow Warc r, Irons, c. Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c. upplied with evcrv des.-rintw. r rv, ?t:cet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators, . ... .(.,c,,,iiiin ana worms 011 an improve."! principle. Columns for Alcohol Stills Yeast Jugs, (Jans, Syphons, &c. ; Copper, Lead and ...... 1 .j, , Mil SUB BI1U lTOtl I'linipS OTtWtkTW variety, for Beer, 8pirits, Oil, Ac. Brass Cocks and aires, Steam Whistles, 4c. Workmen sent to all parts to fit up work and do repairs on St. nni Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron W ork, Ac. Old Metals Bought. They are dealing in and selling Allen's improv ed Steam Guage, Wrought Iron Welded Pipes and Tubbing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved 8mut Ma chines, Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators, German Bolting C!9th, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing, Hose 4c- of the best kind; Tinplate, Sheet Iron n.ock Tin, Pig Tron, Babit Metal, Spelter, Fire They have every facility of the best Blachi and workmen, aCd will give all work rentrn hem, their i'ndWldual VteMieT mlinr. promptly, wurranting theirwork, and are satisfied " iu ninummif prjctia. J;0mce ind Sale Booms, Foundry, Boiler-yard UacMM Shop on Pine street, between First and nvu.m ,ii . ;., r.vausviiie, Ind dec 7 DRUGGISTS. BROUGHTON k WOOD. CKKSCEXT CITY DRTG STORE. Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Window Glass, Sand Paper, Perfumery, Soaps, Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax., Patent Medicines, Dye Stuffs. S ?le Agents for Whit-! field's Pile Cure. TXCX3' HEY II 111 WM. E. HALLOCK, Druggist and Apothecary, NO. 10, FIRST STREET, NEAR POST OFFICE, Has just received another large and splendid as sortment of Pure Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Fancy Articles, Perfumeries, Pomades, Brushes, Combs, Toilet Articles, raps, Flavoring- Extruts, &c, &c Brandies and Wines, for Medical Purposes. All the Approtti Patent Medicines kept con itnntly on hand and for sale at North American prices. B3Parttcniar attention paid to tho compounding 9f prescriptions at a'l hours. WM. E. HALLOCK, No. 10 Son 1 h First Street, near Pest Office, nov27 Bvansville, Ind. RAT EXTERMINATOR. "Only infollible remedies known." M Free from Poisons." "Not dangerous to the Human Family." ' Rats come out of their holes to die." narSo'.d Wholesale in all large cities. OSSold by all Dexqgists aud Retailf.cs every where. IW ! : 1 Beware ! ! !" of all worthless imitations. BsirSee that "Costab's" name is on eaoh Box, Bottle and Flask, before von buy S-Address HENRY II. COSTAR, B"l'BiscirAt. Depot 4S2 Bboadwat, N. V. 0-So!dby KELLER A WHITE, Wholesale and Retail Agent, myl5-Gm Evansville, Ind. SEGARS, &c. SCHROEDER & LEMCKE, WHOLESALE DEALEBS IS Cigars, Smoking, Chewing Tohacco, Snuff, Pipes, &c. j?3"o. 50 'aro-ixx St., EVANSVILLE, IND. Te have now, and will keep, on hand a complete nd well assorted stock of CIGARS & TOBACCO, AND OFFER THE SAME TO THE PUBLIC LOW FOR CASH. r3Sutlers willfind it to their interest to call and examine our pi ices. We are enabled to sell to them as low as any house in the West. octl7-.IAw SCHROEDER A LEMCKR. POSEY COUNTY PAIR. rnn FIFTH ANNUAL FAIR OF THE l Posev Couuty Agricultural Society will be held in the Fair Grounds near New Harmcny, on Tuesdav, Weduesdav and Thursday, October Sth, 7th and' Sth. K. T. COX, Presideut sepIM4 L. PELHAM, Ses'y. tk9mmuWJmWmAWs. 3 HHBalsn32slEHH WW pSsELh 1 all mwi JBrl - W ESTABLISHED, 1831 MANTUA MAKING. HKADQUAf.TEBS FOR CLOAK, MANTILLA AND 3D ess -MRS. ELIZA SPEIGLEBERG, THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON" 1 rirst Street, his just received f.-esh snnplij, from the East, of the richest fabric, and Is now prepared to make up to onVr on the most reason able terms. Cloaks, Mantlas, Circles, and Sscqnes or the best material and of the mot beautiful styles. Her stock is so complete, that with the assist ance of the most comis tent Dress and Cloak mukers in the country-, she is able to defv all com petitors in both stye and prices. Mrs. Spiegelberg also has bonght a large as- I 6ort ment of Silks, Head Dressses. Hair Braid and ! Curls, Ladys' Pocket Handkerchiefs of . verv .tyle 1 and a great many ot;:er articles lor the conre- i niencs of the Ladies of Evansville 1.1 .1 vicinity too 1 numerous to mention. ! The best Sewing Machines or Grover A Baker inanntactory ior family use, for sals by Mrs. ELIZA SPIKGKLBERG, No. 13 First Street bet Main and Second sep2 SEWING MACHINES. F. Bf. SELLMAN HAVING FITTED UP AN office. Nr.. .35 Main Street. Will tmin a. ham. w.uiu, a guuu assorrmeni 01 neeler A W ilson s ' ThreLt Tni B J"ac",.npl' n Needles, s.lk i VtVfcll'i'3th?&, ana Mnirers Be wine Machines with the business, and will renairall fcinH ,.r ing Machines and put on new improvements Jy2 F. T SKLLM AS. Ag't. STEAM BAKERY. Bread for the Hungry ! NEW STEAM BAKERY, No. XX WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. W E DESIRE TO INFORJI THE CITIZENS of Evansville, and the community in gen eral, that our NEW STEAM BAKERY, KO. H 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 givo the most ample satisfaction in the quality of our goods and in prices. We will also keep on hand a large nnd choice stock of Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, Ac , to which we call att'-ntiou. Orders for public or private Parties, Festivals, Balls, c , Ac , promptly tilled on reasonable terms. so IStf A. WELD A CO. GROCERIES WHEELER, RIG OS.;' clTGG" Ci I t O J K 1 I I " Si . SALT, COTTON YAR5S Nails, Window Glass, Sasli, Doors, &c. Xo. I. North First Street, Corner ot Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. COPARTNERSHIP E HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH US WM. J Sugg, late of Uuiontown, Ky., in the W Wholesale Grocery businens. The siyle of tho firm w ill be Wheeler, Riggs A Sugg. WHEELER Sc RIGGS. COFFEE Just received 100 bags prime Rio Coffee; GO bags good lair Coffee ; 50 boxes Ground do ; and for sale cheap at WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGU'S. OYRUP A MOLASSE O 25 barrels Synip ; 25 barrels Bertrand's XXX Syrup; 10 ' Stewart s Syrup ; 20 " extra Honey Syrup ; 40 " N . O. Molasses ; :t5 half bbls Honey Symp ; 50 half bbls Bertrand's XXX Syrup; 50 ten gallon kegs Syrup ; For sale cheap as the cheapest at WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S. SPICES 25 bags Black Pepper ; U bags Spice ; 10 bags Raw Ginger; 5 hags Cassia ; 20 cases Nutmegs ; 25 boxes ground Ginger ; 30 H Pepper ; 25 " Spice; 50 " Cinnamon; 50 " ijloves ; 75 " Mustard ; for sale low at WHEELER. RIGGS A SUGG'S. CUG 2" hhds. prime New Orleans Sugar ; 20 " fair " " 10 " Porto Rico Sugar ; 15 boxes Havana " 25 barrels Crushed " 85 Powdered ' 25 " Coffee 15 " Yelllow Coffee Sugar ; fr sale at WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S. MACKEREL 25 barrels No. 3 Mackerel, large ; 20 " 2 " 25 half bbls 1 " 25 " 2 25 " 3 30 qnai ter bbls No. 1 Mackerel ; 35 " " " 26 " 25 kite " 1 50 " 2 70 " " 3 Just received Kir rail at WHEEL KB, WVMM A SUGG'S. IYE STI FF ETC. 1J esses Manilla Indigo; 1 case Madras Indigo ; 1 hhd Dutch Madder: 1(1 barrels Alum ; in " Copperas; 3 " Cudbear ; 50 boxes Extract Logwood ; 1 bariels Brimstone ; 10 " Sulphur - 5 Speom Salts ; 2 ' Ycusia Red ; 2 " Spanish Brou n ; 100 boxes Washing Bine ; 10 frails Soft Shell Almonds ; 10 barrels Fillierts ; for sale cheap at WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG. 'OODEN WARE. ETC. 75 dozen Red Buckets ; 50 dozen Blue and Bed Buckets ; 25 dozen Well Buckets ; 20 do !en No. 1 Tnbs ; 45 dozen No. 2 and 3 Tul ; 75 dozen Wash Boards ; 20 Nests Buckets, 3 in nest ; 10 dozen half Bushel Measures ; 50 boxes Clothes Pins. For sale cheap by WHEELER. RIGGS A SUGG F LOUR 100 barrels extraFaniiiy Flour, on consignment at WHEELER RIGGS A SOGG C1 CHOCOLATE 25 boxes assorted brands best Chocolate, at H. A. COOK'S. CJ QUARK RATAN MARKET BASKETS 10 a -I Butchers and Market men At II. A. COOK. spt.27-tf! CHEESE 50 boxes Western Reserve Cheese ; 20 boses Hamburg Cheese. Just received and to arrive at WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S. rTVF.A, TEA, TEA A 15 half chests assorted Ooloua Tea : W ' " " Japan " IS " " " Young Hyson Tea ; 6 " " Gunpowder " 5 " " Imperial " Just received at H. A. COOK'S. LAMP CHIMNEY BRUSHES 20 doz. wire handle chimney brushes ; At H. A. COOK'S. CHEESE SA FES -1 dot, lar-e wire rhees safes, to be had only at II. A. COOK'S. CORN BASKETS 10 doz straped 1 bushel Baskets ; 5 " extra " washing Baskets. 1 ' large and heavy 4 bushel Baskets; 10 " half bushel split feeding Baskets : At A. A. COOK'S. FEATHER DUSTER 12 doz. assortel Feather numbers. fvm rt to 27 ; .1 11st ritivd Dusters ; asssnrted it H. A. COOK'S. ADVERTISIG RATES If DAILT. Business cards (5 lines or leas), one year $12 00 " " " six months... 7 00 " " three " ... 4 50 One square (10 lines or less) one insertion... 75 " ,: three " ... 1 25 " " one week 1 75 ' " one month 5 50 Of WEEKLY. One square, one insertion 1 00 For each subsequent Insertion . 50 Sj.t-ial Notices retained on inside of paper, will bs charged 20 per cent, additional on above rates. GROCERIES. FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES. STEPHEN H. S. COOK, 175 Main Street, Between Sixth and Seventh, Is the place to obtain the Cheapest and best FAMILY. GROCERIES Good Sugar I pounds for Si. Excellent Coffi-e 3 pounds for Si. Everything else in proportion. Eatables ot all kinds kept constantly on hand. Call andexamine articles and prices befjre pcrchashing elsewhere. flWGood Fresh Butt r receired every Saturday. u-8 WM GrEWN & SONS, Wholesale Grocers. nuu 1 . sine street, Bet. Second and Pearl Sts. CINCINNATI, O. HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND AND -TOR sale at the lowest market prices, a isnu sad well golect-d stock of Groceries. Tobacco, Cords ooden Ware, Ac , to which w. invite the atten tion of Merchants. sepl9 vmriL X. Gilbert. Willux B. Baxxb S. E. GILBERT & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Sycamore Street, bet. Water aad First, EVASSVTLU, Iwd. A full assortment of Grocerie .... k j id for BSH at the lowest nriiM SHIRT MANUFACTORY. 7. SMITH'S SHIRT MANUFACTORY, KTo, Second St, (is bkat's block.) SHIRTS J1ADE TO ORDER FROM MEA8 urment and a tit warrant! a ...vv - ready made Shu ts and Collars always on hand, and - t the purchar. Tucking fltichiuc Bosoms. Ac. don with ami uesparrn Thankful for past favors the subscriber respect rally solicits a . out nance of the patronage ss liberally bestowed for the past five years nc'-J J. SMITH. NEW SALOON. CHANGE OF EXCHANGE A HEW ARRANGEMENT. SAM GRIMMER & HARRY JOHXSOS baring purchased Theodore's Exchange, A RE FITTING IT UP IN EXCELLENT A style for a first class BILLIARD SALOOX and RESTAURAXT. They will keep at the bar the best brands 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 vas tv deep will be mad ;o contribute of their richest stores. Especial attention will I given to the csinne, which will 1 under charge of the most competent ai tists. Their Billiani Room is larre and tKg.rTiiiT.N FIRST CLASS. The establishment will re- pen on Tnesdav next. A liberal share of public patronage is respectfully I liclted. uivSnd.im MUSIC STORE. WARREN & CONYNGION S ifaZHUT Di x airtry -ootrdfi. PIANO FORTES, MELODEON?, HARMONI UMS, Aceordeons, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Clarionets, and everything usually kept in Music Stores. The only stock of Slteet Music and Instruction Books For all i instruments will be found here. The very best Italian Vi.iliu, Gnitax, Viotincello and Banjo Strings always on hand. Fancy Goods, Toys and Notions at Wholesale and Retail. Old Pianos taken in exchange for new ones. Instruments of all kinds repaired and tuned. sep4 No. 1 MAIN STREET, Evacsville. SASH AND DOORS. JAMES STEELE, (Successor to Steels A Hilt ml,) SECOND ST., BET. CHESTNUT AND CHERRY, EVANSVILLE, INDIAN 5 ASH, DOORS, WTHDOW BLIHDS Dressed Lumber , Boards, Laths, Ac., of every description constantly : on hand. Packing Bjxes of all kinds made to or- erder. Sawing of eveir kind dons on the shortest notice. aplS-ly W. HTJNNELL, CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CANAL, EVANSVILLE, IND., Has on hand the largest lot of bashes, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Ac Ever Manufactured in the West. f HEY ARE 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. FOREIGN LIQUORS. EUGE9E KAPFLFB. I. SCHXAKJtSBCBA. K1PPI ER A SCHXAKENBURe, Importers and Dealers in Whiskys, Brandies, Wines, Gins, &c, &e., &c. Also Rectifiers and Manufacturers of Domestic Wines rnd Liquors. NO. 4 WATER ST., bet. Main and Sycamore, sngl EVANSVILLE. IND. MARBLE WORKS. tTVS. x cceivodL, Direct from the Quarries, the The Pinest Stock of Marble Ever brought to this market, and for sale at STREET & YOUNG'S American and Italian Marble Manufactory, WARE AMD SALES ROOM INTO. 134 MAIN STREET, Near the Canal. Onr facilities for furnishing those wishing MONUMENTS, GRAVESTONES, TOM MS, HANTLES, Or anything else in our Hue, are unsurpassed in the West Our Stork of Marble is complete, having been selected with great care at the Quarries. my6dw UHLHORN & BRIN KMAN. (Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in I M KKit'A V b ITALIAN MARBLE. Main MlIM Near Court House. EVANSVILLE, ... INDIANA. "Monuments, M kinds of Furniture M scuted Jn the latest an ties. Tombs, Vases, and all neatly and promptly ex '. est styles. dssl MSOjsasMaywr.