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TERMS U ADVANCE.
ADVEUTISfXe BATES IS DAILY.
EVANSVILLE DAILY JOURNAL
FOR DAILY.
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Oik- square (10 lines or less) one insertion... 75
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" " ntin irons' l 75
" " one month g 50
IN WEEKLY.
One square, one insertion . 1 oq
For each subsoqucnt insertion ... 59
Special Notices retained on inside of paper, will
be charged 20 per cent, additioaal on above rates.
MARBLE WORKS.
One year.
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In 3 00
Six month.
Three months ... .... 1 50
Supplied by carrier at 12 cents per week
FOB WEEKLY.
Three months 0
Six mouths 85
Dm Year ; 1 50
FOE TRI-WEEKLY.
Six mouths . 2 00
One year 4 00
MORNING EDITION
VOLUME XVI.
EVAAtoViLLK, IIS'D., MONDAY, OCTOBER 12
ESTABLISHED, 1831
NOTICE.
NOTIC TO SHIPPERS.
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Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils.
The undersigned pay thoir
Particular Attention
To the sale of the above articles, and
SOAP STOCKS GENERALLY.
Consignments sent to them will bo
PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF
and
Quick eturns Madt
on very advanced ternii. We mail unr "Weekly
Clrcnlsr gratis to all senJiug their address,
to ABRAI IvMtill SONS,
23 Waiter stm.. ST. Y. City.
iylOdOin
STOVE WORKS.
r. w. fkissn m.
A. I1ELS.LHMS J
dj - V
SOUTHERN STOYE WORKS.
BRINKfVIEYER & CO.,
Manufacturer of
stoves, HoHow Ware, Iron Railings,
House, Kronts, Verandas,
H-! "It. Castlnrs Qal,
PPER. TIN AND SHEET IRON WAKE, Ac
W Sales Boom Main Street, opposite Court
fynse.
"Funderv Near the Month of Pigeon Creek
EVA.VSVILLE, IND.
p ORDERS SOLICITED.-SO my9
PICTURE GALLERY
B. J. DAY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
KXAMINIG SURGEON FOR PENSIONARY.
OFFICE On Second Street, between Main and
Locust.
RESIDENCE At Sherwood House.
VansriDe, January 6. 183.
S. W. THOMPSON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office axd Residence No. 35 Walnut Stbekt
.At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.)
KVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
uov29-1y
DRY GOODS
K EE N & PRESTON
ST AVE JUST EKCK1VED A LARGE AND
II general assortment of
Desirable Dry Goods,
Whftcfe they invite the "trade" to call and ex
in irirea and . x'.'. ' " ; beliering;. knowing,
thrycan eare dealer atlditional freight and ex
lid m 0Olag rurtlier Kawtward. jan!5
A. C. PUSHEE,
r ai ::e IN
F oreign Si American Fancy Goods,
COMBS, BBUSHES, PUBSES, WALLETS,
Satchcis, Toilet Soaps Bobber Goods,
OAIktES, YANKEE NOTIONS,
Ladles' Baskets, Childrens Cabs, &e.
No. 30, Main Street,
EVANSTliXE, .... INDIANA
dec23
LAW CARDS.
KARLES DENBY,
Attorney at Lar,
Has resumed the practice of Law. Office on Third
Street, middle of Hall's Block, up stairs. feb2
JAMES
Attorney
RE I D,
at Law
AND
COLLECTING AGENT.
OFFICE On Third Street, third door from
3fain Street, in the Crescent City Bank Building,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
.las. T. .Walker,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
AXD
Agent for obtaluiug Pensions,
Back Pay and Bounty
IXB DISCHARGED S0LDIKR4, AND FOR
17 the Widows and othr legal represeutatires of
those who die in the service of the United States.
Office on the North-Wist side of Third Street,
uear the Washingtou House n-i nearly opposite
the Court Hon e, Eransrille, Indiana.
All business entrusted to him will be promptly
atteuded to. jyis-ly
IVORYTYPES,
PH OTO GR AP S
AND
rai'ca. Pictures.
ALSO,
WEDDING CARDS,
Mounted In Beautiful Style,
at
Adam's Photographic Gallery,
OVEE POST-OK.ICE.
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Iliilip Decker,
(Succtfesor to Decker k Kramer),
Slanufacturer of Lard Oil
- SOAP AND CANDLES.
Also, an extra article of
WUmra, ENGINE, AND CAB OIL
Dealers !n Resin, Soda, Ashes, Ac. Also
Pure Catawba Win
f our owu raising, in qnantitiea to suit pur
chasers,
116 Main Strtet, bittern Firtt and Second,
EvAKSvrLLC, In MAN A.
Ternis cash, or 6 days' paper negotiable in
nk.
jan)-iy
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE.
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m iibS'h
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MEDICAL.
L
nmt UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AN
1 Intelligent office, on Third Straet, tour doors
west of Hie Washington Hotel, where he will give
strict and prompt attention to all business in that
lice. JOHN WAYMAN.
2eitang copy apU
DRY GOODS.
NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS
AT
p Via
A
com & co.
V P K N ! N (; AT
!oi If
i " i h rtrrit e e i
A Now and Elegant Stook ot
Dry Goods, Finns? Gook
ad
1ST JS
Their Goods bsve Iwu selected with great care
by experienced hands, with special reference to
the trade or this city ; were bought for CASH and
will be sjld very low to Cash Customers only.
Their Block comprises all the most
ELEGANT STYLES
Beqiiired to co mute a first class
1 iv Goods House,
KHBRACIN8
Black, Plain and Fancy Silks,
r omara ouKS,
I'Fine Mozambique Dress Goods.plain
ana jnecK;
Bareges, Organdies and Jaconets,
Lawns, Mourning and Summer
Dress Goods, of every oVscription.
Point Lace Collars,
Collars of every Variety,
Mourning Setts,
Mourning Collars,
Silk Talmas Sacques, and
Circulars of all kinds,
Lace Mantles,
Summer Shawls,
Silk Parasols, a beautiful assortment
just received.
Marseilles Quilts and Spreads,
Cloths,
Cassimeres,
Staple Goods of every description.
KT O 37 X Q KT m .
Our stock in this line is large, and of the finest
quality, to which particnlar attention is directed.
Remember the place for bargains.
SO. 7 FIRST STREET,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
3fT A T 1 IS ES S
A K II
JEWELRY,
AT
Wholesale and Retail.
GEO. A. BITTROLFF
Bm j ust opened at the old stand
One of tbo largest and best selected stocks of
WATCHES, CLOCKS
AND
T TS. XfV 3 X 3Ft "ST,
Diamond Rings and Pins,
Silver Ware,
Silver Cups, Soup Ladles,
Table and Tea Spoons,
Napkin Rings, Butter Knives,
Childrens' Setts, &c. &c.
Plated Ware, Full Tea Sets,
Castors, Pitchers, Cups,
Butter Dishes, Salt-Cellars,
Goblets, Jewelry,
A full assortment of all kinds of
Spectacles,
Watch Materials,
Watch Glasses, &c, &c.
II ii : - bought my stock for Cash, I can sell at
the lowest figures for Cash, dill and examine my
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
GEO. A. BITTROLFF.
sepo No. IS M:'in Street.
DRUGS, &e.
WH H. P. STODDARD,
No. 17 Main Street,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
IMPORTER, MANUFACTURER, AND DEAL
er in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Oils, Paints.
Varnishes, Glass. Brushes, Lamps, Dye Stuffs, and
all articles usually kept in a first class Drug Store,
with a large and varied assortment of Patent Med.
iciues and Perfumery, together with every descrip
tion of Anibrotype and Photograph Goods, con
Bisting f Cameras. Chemicals, Cases and Frames
constantly on hand, and sold at reasonable prices
Orders frcm Merchants and Artists promptly
attended to, and forwarded as instructed.
COAL 01 L A superior article ; white and near
ly inoderons, for sale by the gallon or bar
rel, at 17 Main street.
LAMPS, LAMPS A new supply just received,
at 17 Main street.
F
EVER AND AGUE MEDICINES of all kinds
At STODDABD S, 17 Main street.
OF BEAUTY ANl)-SECRET OF
CI REAM
f Beauty
new and splendid articles for tho
complexion. For sale at
WM. n. P. STODDARD'S. 17 Main street.
CREAM OF TARTAR AND SODA, PURE
for medical or lamily use, at
STODDARD'S 17 Main street.
BULL'S FAHNESTOCK'S, McLANE'S anda
variety of other Veimifnges, at the City Drug
Store, 17 Main Street.
SHALLENBERGER'S FEVER AND AGUE
Antedote for sale at 17 Main Street.
BRUSHES An endless variety of kinds and
qualities can be had at 17 Main Street.
MRS. ALLEN'S HAIR RESTORATIVE AND
Tilabalsamnm, the besfcpreparation extant
for tbe Hair and Scalp. For sale at
STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street
VARIETY STORE.
PUSHEE S VARIETY STORE,
Wo. 20 Main Street,
IS TI
Cod
THE PLACE TO FIND FANCY GOODS,
Liinbs, Brus es, Pocket Wallets, Card Caes,
Tablets, Scissors. Knives, Watch Keys, Guard
Chains, Humbles, .Needles, Pins, Tape Measures,
Bead", Bell Clasps Goggles, Spectacles. Ther
mometors, French. Harp., Pop Guns, Ivory Rat-
ties, Marbles, Chessmen, Dolls. Corset Clasps,
! Steel Pens, PeiicilM, Games, IJ.iliUr Balls, Toilet
j Soap. Jswslry, Violin Strings, Work Boxes,
1 Writing Desks, Feather Dnsters, Bird Cages,
: Childrens' Carriages, Ladies Fancy Work and
j Traveling Baskets, Ac, Ac, at tsMMIl and r-
' tail. "r21
PUBLISHED BY
rAMKS H. MrNEELY.
F. M. THAYER.
JNO. H. McNKILY.
UNDER T1IK IIKM OF TUB
Evansville Journal Company.
Journal Building-,
LOCUST STREET,
BETWEEN FIBST AND WATEB.
MONDAY.
..OCTOBEB 12
Deliverance or East Tennessee:
We gave in Saturday's issue of the
Journal copious extracts from letters
written Ly Col. Foster to his wife, on the
and 3d of September, detailing the
occupation of Knoxville.
Coi. IJrWer, with his brigade, held
KjiqH1 tor two days, until Gen. Burn
side arrirw) when he was ordered up the
raiiroaci tcajiUirp the rolling stock, in
which f3tpetlition he succeeded in cap
Uirirfg Ight locomotives and a large
number of cars, after which he Was or
dered on up the road, and reached
Greenville about the 1 1th, from which
place he writes on the 16th to his wife,
as follows:
" I wish I had time to prepare a letter
for the friends at home on the state of
affairs in East Tennessee, and to give a
simple narrative of facts in regard to
what the Union men have suffered. Such
cruelty, such oppression and heartless
wrong has no parallel, at least on this
continent. It may have been equalled
by the barbarians of Europe.
" No wonder that the people receive
us with tears and perfect ecstacy of re
joicing and unbounded enthusiasm. The
rejoicing and demonstrations I have wit
nessed will be probably the brightest of
my reminiscences of the war. No Won
der these people have wept tears of joy at
the sight of the old flag, for it has
brought to them freedom from a tyran
nizing oppression. I never saw such
demonstrations at the sight of the old
flag, or such evidences of true and gen
uine patriotism before. It was the hap
piest epoch of my life to first carry that
flag into Knoxville, and to bear it in the
fdvance along up this valley for more
thau an hundredmiles, and receive the
welcome of the loyal people. And I
hope in a" few days to have the honor to
say that-we have driven the enemy en
tirely beyond the borders of the State.
" At our advance men have come to
us all bleached and weak, who have been
hiding in the rocks and caves and in pits
away from the light of day for months.
Men have been chased through the
mountains by Indians, (in the rebel ser
vice), who were offered a bounty for
their arrest or death. Women have been
driven from their homes and their
bouses, and .their all were burnt before
them, because their husbands were in
the Union army. The scaffolds were to
be seen where loyal men were hung for
suspicion of bridge burning, without any
trial whatever. The tales of cruelty and
wrong which I have heard, go to make
up a history of tyranny which will be the
blackest record of this slaveholders rebel
lion. "There is a valley over the line in
North Carolina, about twenty-five miles
from this place, just under the shadow of
the Great ?moky range ot mountains,
almost shut out from the world. The
valley along the creek is rich, and inhab
ited by a wild and simple race of men.
These men, partaking of the true spirit
of the mountains, were true and unal
terably attached to the government, and
no bribes or threats could induce them
to go into the Southern army. There
was but a small community of them and
they were unanimous. When the con
scripting officers came to take them iuto
the armv by force, and the foragers to
carry off their horse and provisions, they
met them along the mountain sides with
their squirrel rifles and drove them back.
It was almost worth a Confederate offi
cer's life to venture into the valley.
Finally they sent a large force of
cavalry and Indiaus among them and
drove the mountaineers before them.
Thev fled to their hiding places, and
none of the men fit for military duty
could be found. The rebel cavalry gath
ered up all their horses and cattle. The
women and children, old men and boys,
were left at home, thinking them safe
from conscription.. The savage traitors
actually drove the families from their
houses and burnt everything in them.
This was bad enough, but worse was to
come. They took twenty of these gray
haired old men and youths, of twelve and
fourteen years, out by the wayside, made
them kneel down, and without trial or
crime, but devotion to their government,
shot them to death
And this was not
all. lhe women and children were
driven out of the valley and made to
walk on foot over the mountain and down
to Greenville. Uld and prominent citi
zens of this place have told me that it
was the most pitiable sight they ever be
held. A stout-hearted and manly citi-
zen, in taiKing to me aDout n, couiu not j
restrain his tears, and said that he never
related the circumstance without tears, !
because it brought the sight so vividly i
before him. Women came, carrying a
child in her arms, and another little one j
bare-footed and almost naked, clinging
to her dress. There were women and !
children of all ages driven like sheep at
the point of the bayonet. There were
women in the most delicate situation,
who were made to walk with the rest if I
the sufferings were the greater, the pun-!
ishment was the more appropriate. Thev
were brought to the depot and kept over :
night, and it was the avowed determina
tion of Gen. Mvdwall, in contradistinc-!
tion to Stonewall) Jackson in command
here to send them over the Cumberland
Mountains to Kentucky. Gov. Vance, i
I of North Carolina, heard of the brutal j
proceedings in time, and declared that ;
women and children should not be ban- i
! ished from his State so long as he was :
; its Governor, and they were ordered to j
' be returned. Since then, these men of
, the Laurel Valley have been the wild men
of the the mountains their homes have
: been in the caves and cliffs, and wo be
to the rebel soldier who comes within
rane of their rides. The most vigorous
measures have been taken to ferret them
out but few have ever been caught; their
hiding places and their daring were
good protection. A company of them
twice attempted to break through and
cross the Cumberland Mountains to Ken
tucky, but were driven back before they
could get out of East Tennessee.
Day before yesterday,a company of over
fifty of these brave men came over from
the mountains and asked me for help.
An old man who was the spokesman and
the wise man of the valley, said they
were a poor, ignorant, wild set of
:1 cusses,' who didn't know much but de
votion to the flag of their country and
how to 6hoot lie asked me to give them
a little good advice and some guns. I
could not refuse the latter, at least I
gave them the arms and sent them home,
and a merciful God will have to protect
the savages who have murdered their
fathers and sons, plundered their homes
and burnt their houses and driven their
wives and mothers from their homes, for
these men with their muskets will not re
member mercy. This is no faucy-sketch
or story of the war. It is the plain, un
varnished truth, to be vouched for by !
hundreds of citizens of Greenville. Could j
you have believed that such savage atro
city could have been committed in the
laud of Washington? This same Gen.
Jackson is now in front of me, and I
have been asking Gen. Burnside for four
days to let my brigade after him, but
he withholds for the present. It will not
be many days before 1 will try to capture
him, or drive him out of East Tennessee,
1 hope forever.
P. S. 17th I got orders last night to
make the movement I had been desiring
to make for some time. I will be off
with my brigade to-night. You may
hear of the brigade in the papers before
hearing from me.
From the Catholic Telegraph.
Tbe Election.
turn have requested us to give a tew
words of advice to those who are sup
posed to be influenced by what we say.
We would be glad to see the day pass
away quietly. Indeed the election, it is
said, will be all so much on one side that
the evil-disposed will feel no great dis
position to disturb the peace. Moreover,
advice from us would be of no avail for
this reason the good Catholic is always
orderly. He is no bully. He respects j
authority as well as mmselt. lie needs
no advice to conduct himself as a good
citizen should. He is a man who at
tracts respect His political life is reg
ulated not by prejudice or passion, but
by the exercise of a cool judgment. He
knows that as " for every idle word he
must render an account " to the Judge
of all, so must he do so for the most im
portant civil act of his life the casting
his vote for one or auother. He knows
this well. He understands his duty, he
feels the responsibility, and he will hesi
tate before exercising the franchise to
the ruin of his native or adopted home.
Before casting his vote he will not medi
tate. This is one class of Catholics who
need no advice. The other class ! the
coffee-house sojourners the family-deserters
the profane swearers where
would be the use of advising them? If
the bull of Gregory the XVI. cannot re
strain them by its excommunication from
attempting to enslave their fellow-creatures,
words from us would have very
little effect! They are wedded to their
idols let them alone."
The Ironsides.
Mr. Fuller, Editor of the Baltimore
American, who is now corresponding
with that paper from Charleston, de
scribes a visit to the noble Ironsides
the grandest man-of-war afloat :
" I had the pleasure yesterday of a vis
it to the Ironsides, and of an inspection
of her interior. She is undoubtedly the
best and most powerfully armored vessel
that has yet been constructed, and tho
nation may be well satisfied if those now
building of the same clas3. though differ
ing in plan, have as many excellencies
and so few defects. Had we now two
other such vessels capable of the same
service as tho Ironsides, the problem ol
taking Charleston would be of compara
tive easy solution. There is not a rebel
battery on these shores which the Iron
sides cannot in one hour's firing com
pletely silence. During the attack on
Morris island she drove the. gunners
from the guns of Wagner half a score of ;
times, and quieted Gregg with a broad- j
side. At tbe last general bombardment
In did the same for Moultrie, and if the !
way was cleared from obstructions, I be- j
lieve she could steam with impunity up
to Charleston, and conquer the city by
her impregnability and ponderous broad- '
sides.
In all her service here not a man has
been killed or wounded by the enemy on
board of her, notwithstanding she has at
times been under the concentrated fire
of the rebel batteries at twelve hundred i
yards distance. From stem to stern she :
bears the scors and deep indentations of
the enemy's balls, but as yet her defen- !
sive strength has been uninjured, whilst '
her offensive power is increased through
pr&eticcS and the perfect safety which the
crew feel when she is in fighting trim.
Each broadside of the Ironsides consists
of seven 11-inch Dahlgren guns and one
200 pound rifled Parrot. The weight of
metal thrown by her from one broadside j
tire is within a fraction of fifteen hun- j
dred pounds, or three thousand pounds
for both broadsides. No vessel that has
ever vet been in action has thrown an I
! enual weight of metal, and it is yet to be !
proven that the armament ot tne Iron- ;
sides has not reached the extreme range ;
to which the caliber ot guns can be taken
without detracting from their servicea
bleness and capabilities for active firing.
As it is, however, the Ironsides is un
doubtedly the pride of our iron-clad navy,
and we can only regret that we have no
others of equal powers of defense and of
fense." A Failure. The London Army and
Navy Gazette, of September 12, regrets
to state that in the late experiments with
the Armstrong guns at Newhaven the
defects of the lead-coated shot and fine
grooving were very apparent, as happen
ed in the previous practice. With the
full charge of twelve pounds several of
the shells burst at the muzzle, and one in
the gun, cutting up the grooving; while
others of the shells were stripped of their
kead coating and fell short. Last Thurs
day's experiments, wliichwere conducted
partly to try the fuses, showed that the
110-pounder could not be depended upon
in the hour of greatest need in a close
hand to hand combat, and establishes
also the fact that the peculiar nature of
the Armstrong rifling rendered it very
difficult, if not impossible, to obtain a
safe fuse to the gun.
Slavery aud White Labor.
From the Catholic Telegraph
So lone as slavery is established
by
law, ana protected Dy law, ana acunowi-
; edged by the Constitution, we never,
; can remove it Individual efforts will
amount to nothing. The philanthropist ;
a may appeal to humanity and justice, and
the priest to religion it will oe all in
vain the law protects it, and there it
must remain. It will survive to make
the white laborer mean in his own eye3,
and place him and his children vender
the power of the slave owner.
If, on the otier hand, the slave is
emancipated, he has to depend on him
self. The Southern master who once
owned him will refuse to employ him,
not only on account of the change in the
relations between him and his former
slr-.ve, but also because he can engage
v. iiite labor which will be more to his ad-
mtage. The superiority of the white
nisn then becomes supreme. He has
the selection of the field of labor over
ir, navt Tiiuil.. ll.o . -T. . n ..
t 1 i- 11 1 j perambulations through.
- 1- T,' Z ' T K- V was accompanied by a tl
m this State. Some persons of a timid ; (.'nnnerhpa,f this who
land, and, as the
master of the sit-
uation.
Thus the whiie laborer must see, un
less stone-blind with prejudice, that
whatever he does to restore slavery he
does against his own interests. The law
makes the slave the rival of the white
laboring man : repeal the law-
and the
white liiborer is all-powerful
Indiana Birds.
Senator Hendricks returned from
Ohio some days since, and is now itin
erating the border counties of this State,
haranguing the " faithful" in the inter-
feats of Jeff. Davis & Co.
Hon. Daniel Webster
uumees, who
' delights in being called the " tall Syca
; more of the abash, ' has also returned
from his pilgrimage through the Buckeye
; State and is as docile as a lamb. In
1 fact, he appears to have come home with
; a large-sized flee in his ear, and is by no
j means sanguine of the success of the
I " convict candidate." He has cast aside
j the celebrated jeans overcoat, which be
i trayed his personel during a recent visit
1 to tbe " gentleman in Canada." in his I
Ohio, .Mr, v. :
aorotafrfibred
iirmisrhbred
was recent
ly arrested by the military authorities,
handcuffed and confined in prison for
going through the streets of this city, in
company with Bayless W. Hannah, Esq.,
cheering for Jeff. Davis, Stonewall Jack
son, and other arch traitors, and was
only prevented from being sent through
the lines by the interposition of his
friends. Cin. Commercial.
Wo have already stated that
this Vallandigham organ, (the Dayton,
O., Empire,) is edited by George Baber,
Esq., ex-editor of that intensely malig
nant and violent rebel organ, the Nash
ville Republican Banner, which stunk
so foully in the nostrils of the loyalists of
this city, during the ' reign of terror.'
Nash. Union.
The Union goes on to give the partic
ulars of Baber's career in Nashville.
His antecedents are proper enough for
those of a Vallandigham editor. The
man who was in ecstacies over the rebel
lie that General Grant was defeated at
Fort Donelson, is a fit person to be a
Vallandighamer. His heart is in his
work. Cin. Commercial.
HARDWARE, &c.
W&, KELLOGG & CO.
DEALERS IN
1 1 A T? T W ARE
AND
No. IS
FIRST ST R E ET,
mwn big ntL saav.i
Have ree ived a complete
stock oi
F0REIOB AND D sMESTIC
Hardware,
Purchased and Imported direct from, the
Manufacturers
JP o n
A. S 3HC,
Enabling us to ofVer induce inents to Pur
chasers rarely found in the West. We
call the special attention of Dealers to
our large and well selected Stock, con
sisting in part of
Axes All tho celebrated
brands,
Chains Log, Trace and
Halter,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
j Shovels and Spades,
Cotton a ad Wool Cards,
Wheel Heads,
1
Weaver's Reeds,
Spinning Wheels,
Locks, Latches, Butts and
Screw?,
Gun Trimmings,
Brass Kettles,
Shot Guns,
Rifles and Revolvers,
Chain Pump Fixtures,
Hollow Ware,
Dog Irons,
Gum Belting,
Japanned Ware,
NotionsLarge Stock.
WELLS, KELLOGG & CO.,
No. 13 First Street.
GROCERIES.
SUNDRIES
Strawberry and Lemon Syrup, Almonds,
I Brazil Nuts, Essence of Coffee, Wooden Bowls,
J Euglish Walnuts, Figs, Raisins, Currants,
Rock Candy, Oysters, Shoe, Horse aud
Scrubbing Brushes, Lobsters, Sardines, Alum,
Epsom Salts, Roll Brimstone, Sulphur, Copperas,
i Madder, Extract of Logwood, Indigo, Cream Tar
tar, Soda, Bed Cords of all kinds, Tobacco of all
kindB, Blacking, Batting, Nutmegs, Cigars of all
1 kinds, Ginger, Camphor, Carolina and Wagon
Tar, Brooms, Cotton Yarn, Gronnd Ginger, Castile
' Soap, Playing Cards, Glass Jars. Lanterns, Turn
; biers and Flasks, Pepper Sauce, Matches, Pickles,
Mustard, Fish of all kinds, Tomato Catsup.Powder,
I Safety Fuse, Soaps of all kinds, Starch, Teas, ln
egar, Letter, Note, Cap, aud Fancy Paper, Wrap-
ping Paper, Envelopes. Salt Petre, Gum Drops
I Wooden Bowls, Jujube Paste, Cinnamon, Coal Oi
Clothes Pius, British Lustra, Bonnet Boards, Ink
! U1OV0B, .SH8, Basil, Ulan, 0)iui i1' a"
spice, Sal Soda, Pain Killer, Licorice, Ac , Ac, Ac
I supply of ,h. .hove kept constantly on hand
and for sale low bv 8. c.. blLlsbBT A CO.,
y9tf No. 4 Sscamore Street.
the whole face of the
saying is, he becomes
SALOON.
SHAEFER'S SALOON,
BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT,
Oh Third Street between Main
and Sycamore.
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
oct9-lm
SEGARS,&c.
SCHROEDER & LEMCKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
Cigars, Smoking, Chewing Tobacco,
Snuff, Pipes, &e.
. o Main St.,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
Ve have now, and will keep, on hand a complete
nd well assorted stock ef
CIGARS & TOBACCO,
AND OFFER THE SAME TO THE PUBLIC
LOW FOR CASH.
ei.nfers will And it to thoir interest to call and
examine our prices. We are enabled to sell to
them as low us any house in the West.
net!7-dAw ' SCHROKDKR LKMCKF
STEAM BAKERY.
- , ZZi T
jsreaaior liie nunfrrv '
0 w
NEW STEAM BAKERY,
3NTo. XI
WATER STREET,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
ITE DESIRE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
VV of Eransville, and the community in gen
eral, that onr
NEW STEAM BAKERY,
XO. 11 WATER STREET.
Is now in snc.-essful 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.
Beir.j supplied with all the modern machinery
to faciliate us in our business, we flatter ourselres
that we tin ivs the most ample satisfaction in
the quality of onr goods and in prices.
Wo will also keep on hand a large and choice
stock of Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, Ac., to
which we call attention.
Orders for public or private Parties, Festivals,
Balls, Ac , Ac , promptly filled on reasonable
terms. A. WELD A CO.
MACHINEST.
P.1STMX KBATI.
WH. HEILMAM.
KRATZ &L HEILMAN,
City Foixnclx-,
Manufacturers and Builders of
Steam Engines and Boilers,
Saw and Grist Hill Ma
chinery, Tobacco Screws,
Gumming Machines,
Chinese Suear Cane
Mills,
THRESHING MACHINES, &c,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
THE PROPRIETORS OE THE CITY FO0ND
ry beg leave to inform their friends and the
public in general, that they are prepared to do all
kinds of
Machine & Finishing Work
And everything appertaining to the Foundry bus
iness. They are manufacturing Steam Engines
and Boilers of any size and pewer required. Saw
Hill Machinery and Mill Gearing of any size ; Dis
tillery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws,
Gumming Machines, Threshing Machines, Malt
Mills, Horsepowers, Corn Shelters, Machinery of
all kinds made and repaired ; Iron and Brass Cast
ings of every description, Iron House Fronts, Cel
lar Grates, &c. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the
iatest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog
Irons, Ac.
Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c.
implied with every description of Copper and
heet Iron Worn, Brewing Kettles, f'.'-fi u 1 ..t-.i ,
Attemporators, Sjiarges, Stillheads and Worms on
in improved principle, Columns for Alcohol Stills,
Yeast Jugs, Cans, Syphons, Ac. ; Copper, Load and
I i on Pipe ; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every
variety, for l:eer, Spirits, Oil, Ac. Brass Cocks and
Valves, Steam Whistles, Ac.
Werkaien Henl to all parts to fit up work and do
' " 1 ... 1 1 n wi aumut itoitoi-, Oopper and tfheet Iron
Work, Ac.
Old Metals Bought.
They are dealing In and selling Allen's imprev
d Steam Gnage, Wrought Iron Welded Fines and
Tubbing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Ma
chines, Stephen Hnghes' Flour Separators, German
Bolting Cleth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing,
iiose, Ac, of the best kind; Tinplate, Sheet Iron
Block Tin, Pig Iron, Babit Metal, Spelter, Fire
Brick.
They have every facility of the best Machinery
and workmen, and will give all work entrusted to
tbem, their individual attention, filling orders
pomptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied
with reasonable prices.
ttJS'Offlce nd Sale Rooms, Foundry, Boiler-yard
Machine Shop on Pine street, between First and
jcond streets, Evansville, Ind. dec 7
DENTIST.
Dr. F. HUTCHINSON,
DENTIST,
Corner Main and Second Streets,
( UP STAIRS.)
D
R. HUTCHINSON HAVING FOR THE
last seven vt-ars received the uulimited pat
ronage of the citizen- of Evansville aud smreund
iug towns and country, would return most sincere
thanks tor their appreciation of bis skill as s
Dentist, hoping, by untiring energy in secur
ing for his patients all the
LATEST I IM PRO VK M EXTS AND
INVENTIONS,
to merit n eonti nuance of the same iavor.
Personal Attention Given in Every
Case. His facilities for doing uud
work equal any Establislimr nt in
the Vuited States. Every atyle of
Artificial Teeth made in Eastern
Cities are made "by Him.
Ret renre nt all finMTS given by referring to
persons now wearing the
BEAUTIFUL SETS OF TEETH
prepared in his office. Having hail much experi
ence in treatment of irregalartiy of CHILD-HEN'S
TEETH, he would have no heeita
tion in fxying the most irregular cases can be
entirely rnrrwved by him. Cases can be seen in
this eity end county entirely corrected by him.
! Cleft. Palate or openings in Palate suecesfully
treated. Scurvy, Neuralgia affections and all dis-
' eases of tha mouth successfullv treated.
Those desiring ARTIFICIAL TEETH would do
i well to consult him.
J3"rTerms very moderate.
KSThc best Aneartbetics for alleviating pain
when extracting teeth. "Chloroform given when
j requested. J une 22
' Y THANKFUL FOR THE
ge received during the past four
lermanent resident of this city,
(whether they need his profes
' t ) to visit h is rooms and see the
L liberal pat.
years, -mrt heMg
desiies alt perso
sioual services or
Varions Style ot work Manufactured
Improvements and Inventions
Are being made, and everything that will subserve
the interests of his patients is seenred by him. H I
Establishment and Faclliti ft
Are equal to any in
EASTERN CITIES.
He has Several
Anaesthetics
roe.
Alleviating Pain when
Extracting
lectu.
Cheeks that are sunken can be restored to nearly
heir ori ginal contour. All desirable styles of
ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
made anywhere in the United States, are made by
Mm. Irregularities of Children's Teeth success
fully corrected. Those having
DECAYED TEETH
Should either have them Extracted or Filled, (the
latter it possiole.) The health of the parties aud
ip.i,,t ,i.j i.
vn-iti i ni- i s-ifi TerinV TRnvrn
I NEURALGIC AFFLICTIONS TAT.D
til.
Oftlee on First Sst , Near Poet Office.
a . HAAS,
BOOTS & SHOES.
W. H. WALKER.
DE C. EVANS.
WALKER & EVANS
B00TS& SHOES
No. 81
MAIN STREE'I,
Evansville, Ind.
We devote our whole time and attention to the
Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively
Consequently can give you beth-r bargains than
those who are " dabbling " in Boots and Shoes
in connection with other busiuess.
City and County Orders
par for Goods.
sep.r-ly
taken at
SADDLERY.
OIiaxles Babcock,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Coach and Saddlery Hardware,
- MAIN STREET,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
HAVING COMPLETED MV ARRANGE
ments with European and American manu
facturers for a direct supply of all goods in my line
I am enabled to offer inducements that can not fail
to be to the iuUrest of all engagis! iu the business
to give me a trial.
I nan-e in part .
Axles,
Springs made
oft ae best SUrl
Bands, enameled as'
all kinds of Lea the.
Cloths, Linings for Carriage- ,
Varnishes, Castings of all kinds ;
Saddle Trees, English Bridle Leathers ,
Bits, Stirrups, Spurs, names, fine Silver
H.-- of all kinds; Jenny Lind Gig Trees;
&lf-ljtMtiug Pfwts ; S.U.r'a -Pjttul H .wm '
fieis ; Shoe Threads , Horse DlnuKeto , ii-jvi.
Girth Webs, American Girth and Rein
Webs, both cottou and worsted ; Lon
don Welt Skies, a superior article ;
Ivory ; Gntta Percha and Brass
lined Martengai Rings ;
superior Kerseys for
i 1 1 Covers . the
best quality of
Carriage
Bolts;
Patent Gig Trees, Ac, Ac. fcc, Ac.
I keep in fact everything appertaining to either
branch of the business, and understanding btb
branches thoroughly, we would respectfnlly invite
your attention before purchasing elsewhere.
I am also Agent for Ward's Patent Spring Sa
aaindA-w
W. T. COBWIX.
J. B. Mai: H r
THE NEW FIRM.
lETE, THE SUBSCRIBERS, WHOLESALE
V V manufacturers of Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
Harness, Ac, desire to inform tbe public that we
have largely increased our stock on hand, and by
close application ourselves and tbe employment
of good workman in our shops, we are able to fur
nish on short notice any and all kinds ami quanti
ties of work to suit the trade. Those who will
favor ns with a call, can satisfy themselves, that
they can procure, at lower prices, good substan
tial, fancy and durable work of as than they can
anywhere else, (and far better thau "he Eastern
shop-wi' k.)
Tho in oilier, of the firm being practical work
men themselves, attending personally to all
orders with promptness, care and dispatch, "deter
mined that none shall excel in style of finish or
quality of work, pive better satisfaction to those
patronizing us; loel confident it will h to the
interest of all to come and see for themselres be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Store on Locust Street, above the Sherwood
House, bet ween First and Second Streets, No. 23.
N. B. Guarantee all we sell.
sep2 W. F. CORWIN A CO.
REMO 'AL.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED FIRM HAVE RE
1 moved their Saddlery establishment to the
Corner of Main and Second Street, iu the room oc
cupied by Fred. Krone, deceased.
C. WOLFF & J. KEOEPSCH,
axurACTVKEas or asp nr. ti.K2g in
Sn lcllt"--s, Jrlii i-ii ttsis,
COT LARS, &c, &c,
Main Street, Cor. Second,
(Store formerly occuppicd by Fred Krone.)
BfluAll orders attended to with dispatch. Work
warranted. novlS-ly
GROCERIES.
FRESH FIGS 500
just received by
lrnms verv choice quality
S. E. GILBERT A CO.
CIGARS
A large stock from Common to Fine Havana
for sale low by sep30 S. E. GILBERT A CO.
O0DA-
150 Kegs, best quail tv.
for sale low, in lots to
. E. GILBERT A CO.
the trade. sep30 I
KENTUCKY MUSTARD -100
Boxes, 2 doz, each,
sep30 At S. E. GILBERT A CO
CAROLINA TAB
In 10 and 2 gallon Ke, and Wagon Tar in
Barrels, for sale
sep30 By S. E. GILBERT A CO.
M I FLK POWDER
IV In Kegs and
half pound
By 8. E
Canisters, for sale
GILBERT A CO.
low.
sep30
1 OVERNMENT NORTHERN PITCH 10 bbls i
VAfor sale by S. E. tilbliait r w..
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
B Tit UP 150 bbls-TdTflercnt brands, for sale low
O by S. E. GILBERT A CO.
"7KW
ORLEANS SUGAR 65 hhds. ftir to
: urinie. for sale low by
5. E
GILBERT A CO.
RIO COFFE C 140 sacks prime for sale bv
S. E. GILBERT A CO.
TABLE SALT 50 sacks, of 60 small bags sack,
for sale by 8. E GILBERT A CO.
1 HERRING 50 boxes
best quality just
received aud frr sale by
S. E. GILBERT A
CO.
FRESH WHITE LIME
150 barrels Blue River. Just received and for
sale by S. E GILBERT A CO.
sep30 No 4 Sycamore Street.
OTTON BATTING
50 Bales, for sale very low
scpWO ByS. E GILBERT A CO.
WrRITING PAPER
300 Reams Clip Letter, aud Fancy and Plain
Note, for sale low
ssp30 By S. E, GILBERT A CO,
' n RUSHES
MJ Shoe, Horse and Scrubbing, for side
Bv B. r. OILRKKT & in.
epW
No.4 8ycnK.rsSt.
f
' -'!
Retail Dealers Exclusively in
UHLHORN & BRINZMAN,
(Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in
131 E Kit' AX tXD 1TALIAX MARBLE.
Slain Street Sear Court Hoase.
EVANSVILLE, - - - INDIANA.
WMonumeti ts, H ties. Tombs, Vases, and all
kinds of Furniture W Vneatly and promptly ex
ecuted in the latest aa '. est styles. dec!
Jxisx Received.,
Direct from the Quarries, the
The Finest Stock of Marble
Ever brought te this market, and for sale at
STREET & YOUNG'S
American and Italian
Marble Manufactory,
WARE AMD SALES ROOM
JSTo, 134
MAIN STREJET,
ffuux
Our facilities for furnishing those wishing
HIOBiVNEKTS,
GRAVESTOHES,
TOMBS,
MAHTL.ES.
Or anything else in our lints are unsurpassed in
the West
Our Stork of Marble is complete, having been
selected-with great care at the Quarries. myOdAw
GROCERIES. "
H EN R Y L U T Z ,
Dealer in
GROOE!
PROYI8I
IBS
O N S,
Cor. Chesnut Street and the
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
Canal
I II AVE RETURNED HOME V ROM THE
army, and am iv ly to see my old customers,
and the public generally, at the old stand.
The highest market price paid for PRODUCE.
I am also prepared to accommodate people attend
ing Market with board and lodging, and will also
take care of their horses and wagons, having
good stable and wagon-yard. My Bar is also open
for customers. H. LUTZ.
octii-lwdAlmw
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 7 pounds tor SI.
Excellent Coffee 3 pounds tor 91.
Everything else in proportion. Eatables of all
kinds kept constantly on hand. Call and examine
articles and prices before purchashing elsewhere.
B"Good Fresh Butt-r received every Saturday.
augS
WM GT.ENN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers,
70 and 7 Vine Street,
Bet. Second and Pearl
CINCINNATI, O.
Sts.
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR
sale at the lowest market prices, a large and
well selected stock of Groceries. Tobacco, Cordage,
Wooden Ware, Ac , to which ws invite the atten
tion of Merchants. sep!9
vtsrtL K. GiLirat. Wiuiajs R. BaaKB.
S. E. GILBERT & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Sycamore Street, bet. Water and First,
.--. i ; . In.
A full assortment of Groceries always on hand,
ad for sale t the lowest prices.
SHIRT MANUFACTORY.
J. SMITH'S
SHIRT MANUFACTORY,
No, Second St,
(ts brat's block.)
QHIRTS MADE TO ORDER FROM MEAS
k nrment and a fit warranted. A stock o
ready . made Shirts and Collars always on band, and
at prices that will suit the purchaser. Tucking
.saurs etiching Bosoms, Ac., dons with neatness
and despatch
.Thankful for past favors . the subscriber respect
fully solicits a contuance of the patronage ss
liberally bestowed for the peat Ore years.
aetata j. SMITH.
NEW SALOON.
CHANGE OF EXCHANGE
A NEW AEEANGEMEHT.
SAM GRAMMER & HARRY JOHNSON
bavug purchased
Theodore's Exchange,
RE FITTING IT UP IN EXCKLLENl
RE KITTING IT UP
I A style for a lirst class
BILLIARD SALOOX and RESTAURANT.
They will keep at the bar the best brands o
Liquors and their larders will at ail times be filled
with the richest dainties from tbe animal and
vegetable kingdoms, and the waters of the vasty
deep will be made to contribute of their richest
stores.
r-jcni arteurtr.n -urn
which will be under charge of the most competent
.ii t -
Their Billiard Room is large and their TABLES
FIRST CLASS.
Tb- establishment will re-open on Tuesday next.
A liberal share of public patronage is respectfully
licited. mv30d3m
SASH AND DOORS.
JAMES STEELE,
(Successor to Sticu A Ennt,)
8ECOND ST., BET. CHESTNUT AND CHEEKY,
EVANSVILLE, INDIAN.
SASH, BOORS, WINDOW BLINDS
Dressed Lumber
Boards, Laths, Ac, of every description constantly
on hand. Packing Boxes of all kinds made to or
erder. Sawing of every kind done on the shortest
uotice. apl8-ly
W. HUNNELL,
CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CANAL,
EVANSVILLE, IND.,
Has on hand the largest lot of
Sashes, Boors, Blinds, Frames, Jit.,
Ever Manufactured In the West.
THEY ARE OF MY OWN MATTE.
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.
ivgesi xarPLta.
WX. SCnSAXINEl so.
KAPPLKR SCEJfAKEJfBURG,
Importers and Dealers in
Whiskys, Brandies, Wines,
Gins, &c., &c., &c.
Also Eectifl"- and Manufacturers of
Domestic Wines snd Liquors.
NO. 4 WATER ST be!. Main and Sycamors,
auglt
EVANSVILLE. IND.

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