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TERMSIS ADVANCE.
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One year ,
Six months ?jL . T.
Three montho 7 ""'"'
E V AN S V IjLLE DAILY JOURNAL.
MORNING EDITION.
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jrap plied by carriers at 12 cents per week
FOK WEEKLY.
hree months e
x nionthe. 85
e Year ; 1 so
FOB TRI-WEKKLY.
Six months ... 2 00
One year 4 00
DRY GOODS
IN WEEKLY.
One square, one insertion .. 1 00
For each subsequent insertion 50
Special Notices retained on inside of paper, win
be charged 20 per cent, additional on above rates.
VOLUME XVI.
EVA.NSVILLE, IND., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16 1863.
ESTABLISHED, 1831
KEEN & PRESTON
HAVE JUST BECEIVED A LABGE AND
general assortment of
Desirable Dry Goods,
Which they invite the "trade" to call and ex
amine prices and dualities: believing.
the? can mt dealers additional freight ami ex- I
A. C. PUSHEE,
iutn a
Foreign & American Fancy Goods,
COMBS, BRUSHES, PORSKS, WALLETS',
sauheis. Toilet Soaps Robber Goods,
UAMES, YANKEE NOTIONS,
Ladle' Baskets, Children Cabs, Ac.
No. 20,
Main Street,
- INDIANA
EVANSVILLE,
dec23 .
AiAW CARDS.
W si . H. WALKER, Jr.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ETA NS VILLE, IND.,
'bird Street,
Opposite Court Honse.
o'tl3-ly
H a RLE S DENB Y ,
Attorney at Law.,
lls resumed the practice of Lhw. Office on Third
Street, middle of Hall's Block, op stairs. feb2
J AMES
A ttornev
RE I D ,
at Law
AND
C 0 LLECTING AGEHT.
t'KPICE On Third Street, third door from
Msin Street, in the Crescent City Bank Bnitding,
EVAXSVTLLE, INDIANA
f. y
.5 MX. rV. W alker,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
AND
Agent for obtaining Pensions,
Bark Pay and Bounty
'MR DISCHARGED SOLDIERS,
AND FOR
the Widows and other legat representatives of
those u die tu the service of the United States.
Office on the North-West side of Third Street,
uear the Washington House ,nd nearly opposite
I he Court Hou , Evamrville, Indiana.
All business entrusted to him will be promptly
attnsMedtu. 11 i y 1 -1
noticlT
notic to shippers.
o r
Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils.
The undersigned pay their
Particular Attention
To the aale'of the above articles, and
SOAP STOCKS GENERALLY.
Consignments sent to them will be
PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF
and
Quick Returns Made
v- ry advanced terms. We mail oar 'Weekly
Circular gratia to all sending their address
A BR AM K.M6HT fc SONS,
ii AVater Street, N. T. City.
ivindfim"
VARIETY STORE.
PUSHEE S VARIETY STORE,
No. 20 Main Street,
I S THE PLACE TO FIST) FAKCT GOODS,
1 Combs, Brust.es. Pocket Wallets, Card Caws,
Tablets, Scissors, Knives. Watch Keys, Guard
t hai us. Thimbles, Keedies, Pins, Tape Measures,
Beads, Belt Clasp-, Goggles, Spectacles. Ther- '
utometors, French Harps, Pop Guns, Ivory Rat-
tics, Marbles, Chessmen, Dells, Corset Clasps, j
Meet Peas, Peuciles, Games, Bubber Balls, Toilet ;
Soap, Jewtslry, Violin Strings, Work Boxes, i
Writing Desks, Feather Dusters, Bird Cages,
Childrens' Carriages, Ladies' Fancy Work and '
Trawling Baskets, Ac., Ac., at wholesale and re- I
tail.
MEDICAL.
B. J. DAY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEOiN.
EXAriXIG SURGEON FOB PXNS10NABY.
OFFICE On Second Street, between Main and
Locast.
RESIDENCE At Sherwood House.
vtvwnsTtlle, Janaary G, I8S3.
S. W THOMPSON, M. D .
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Orricc axi Residence Mo. 35 Wai.nct Street
(At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.)
EVANS VILLE, INDIANA.
nov-1y
IVORYTYPES,
PHOTOGR APS
AND
Pard Pictures.
ALSO,
WEDDING CARDS,
Mounted In Beautiful Style,
AT
Adam's Photographic Gallery,
OYER POST-OF ICE.
SOAP AND CANDLES. I
Iliilip Deckei",
(Successor to Decker A Kramer),
aianufacturer of Lard Oil
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Also, as extra article of
BUSKING, ENGINE, AND CAB OIL
Dealers in Kslu, Soda, Ashes, Ac. Also
Pure Catawba Win
if our owa raising, in quantities to salt pur
chasers,
116 Ifum ftrsef, ketneea Pint and Second,
Evaxsvilu, IaoiASA.
f" Terms cash, or Wl days' paper negotiable in
saak. jan'Ji-ly
J-. . - ..A. ..
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE
rrtiLK INDKBaltiNKD HAS OPENED AN
J Intelligence Office on Third Street, fourdoors
west of the Washiugtoit Hotel, where be will aivc
strict and prompt attention to all business In that
tine. JOHN WATMAN.
Zeitung copy p!5
PICTURE GALLERY.
X O 9 't SV.SSMSB !
SADDLERY.
Chai'les Babcock,
IMPORT KB AND DEALER IN
oach and Saddlery Hardware,
MAIN STREET,
EVASSVILLE, INDIANA.
HATING COMPLETED MY ARRANGE
mettt with KnroK-ah and American ntann
larttirers tor a direct unpply of all goods in my line I
I am ruAblud to iif&r inducement that can not mil
to be to the interest tf all engaged in the bunine. ,
o give niH atrial.
I natre irffcai! .
Axass,
Springs made
- ofcae beat 8tJ
Bauds, enameled a
all kinds of l.-ath. .
'!' I:-. Linings for Carriages ,
Varnishes, fastings of all kinds ;
addU) Trees, English Bridle Leathers ,
Bits, Stirrups, Spurs, Hamcs, line silvei
Ham,- of all km!): Jenny Lind Gig Trees;
Self-adjusting Pads; Taylor's Patent Haiuea;Fly
Nets : Shoe Threads : Horse Blanket ; Loudon
Oirth Webs, American Girth and Ib-iu
W'bs, hothcuttiiu aud worsted ; Lou
dun WrltSktiis, itsuperiorarticU ,
Ivory ; Gutta fVrcha and Brass
lined Harteugal Rings;
superior Kerseys for
Horse ('overs , the
best quality of
Carriage
Bolts;
Ptenl Cig Trees, Ac, Ac., tc, Ac.
I keep in fact ererything appertaining to either
branch of the business, and understanding btb
branches thoroughly, we would respectfully iayito
your attention before purchasing elsewhere.
I am also Agent for Ward's Patent Spring S
iQ'P'A a?Hw
w. r. CORWIN.
J. B. NAIMICK
THE NEW FIRM.
ns,
THE SUBSCKIBERS, WHOLESALE
iinmcturers of Siddle.-,. Uridlen. iv.M.-.is
Harness, do., d- ire to inkirm the public that ve
haw largely incrsased our stock on hand, ajxl by
close application ourselves and the employment
of good workman in Opr shops, waareablu tofur
Msh on short notice any ai' 1 all kinds and qiusiii
tiecnf work to suit the trade. Tlioa- u iio will
. us with a call, can -atisfy themselves, that
' procure, at lower prices, good; enbstaa
ti il. fancy and dnrahle work of us titan th-v..c.
anywhere eln. (and r better than a Eastern
shop-work.)
The members of tit firm llng practical work
Dieu themselves, attending personally to all
orders with promptness, care and dispatch, deter
mined that none shall etcsl in style or flnish or
quality of work, give better satisfaction to thoie
patronizing ns; IW-! confident , it will be to the
interest of all to come and see tor themselves be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Store on Locust Street, above the Sherwood
House, between First aad Second Streets, No. 25.
N. B. Guarantee all we sell.
op2 W. f. OOBW1H A CO.
REMOVAL.
rl,HK rNDERSIGXED FIRM HAVE RE- i
J. moved their Saddlery establishment to the '
Atrner or main ana second Street, In the room oc
cupied by Fred. Krone, deceased.
C. WOLFF & J. KR0EPSCH,
HAScracrraEBa or and dialers in
Saddles, Harness,
COLLARS, &c., &c,
Main Street, Cor. Second,
(Store formerly occuppied by Fred. Krone.)
n-ft.AU orders at tended to with dispatch. Work
warranted. norlo-Iy
BOOTS & SHOE:
W. II. WALKER.
DE C. STABS,
WALKER & EVANS,
No. 81
MAIN STREE'l,
Evansville, Ind.
We devote onr whole time and attention to the
Boot and Shoo Trade Exclusively
Consequently can give you liettcr bargain than
those who are " dabbling " in Boots and Shoes
iu connection with other business.
City and County Orders taken at
pur '- Cou.u.
sepo-lv
. . -r!
SEGARS, &c.
SCHROEDER & LEMCEE,
WHOLESALE DEALEKS IX
Cigars, Smoking, Chewing Tobacco,
Snuff, Pipes, &c.
INTO- 60 M&jLta.
EVANSVILLE, IND.
behave now, and will keep, on hand a complete
j nd well assorted stock ef
CIGARS & TOBACCO,
AND OFFER THE SAME TO THE PUBLIC
LOW FOB CASH.
a)9,flutlers will find it to their interest to rail and
examine onr prices. We are enabled to sell to
tltem as low as anv hoe.se in the West.
oct17-dAw SCHBOEDER A LEMCKE.
mwmm,mmMmmwB'mmn1nmmmnmmmmnnnnnnnWmmmmmmm
STOVE WORKS.
r. w. rr.ivitvr.TVR. a. mbi. ;
SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS.
BRINKMEYER & CO.,
Manufactiirrf of
Stovps, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings,
House, Fronts, Verandas,
Balconies, Castings In General,
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, Ac
" Sales Room Main Rtr.iet, opposite Conrt
House.
s"Fonudery-
-Near the Mouth of Pigeon Creek
EVANSVILLE, LD.
OUDERS SOLICITED "E
my9
NOTICE.
OFFICE OF THE EVANSVILLE GAS 1
LIGHT COMPANY, Octobor 1.
riiHE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR THE
I Directors of this Company will tie held ou
Monday, tho 2fith day of October, 1RS3.
' J. . i ! a -IM . r . rrssasHsu
i
Retail LKtalcrfl Exclnsivuly tit
. - . Tr mi- . i
H B0OTS&SH0ES
iwTLlti 33) w 4 Ttt Trtiri tT 1 emphasis, have, with what justice let platform, taking her position proudly be
ty) fifc Uliril'lil'e them determine, denounced as the tyrant side her loyal Northern States.
PUBLISHED BY
McNEELY.
V. M. THAYEB.
JN0, H. McNEELY.
rNDES THE riKM OP THE
JAMES H
Evans Ville Journal Comnanv
xuvdiiBViiie O ournai company.
Journal Buildings,
LOCUST STREET,
BETWEEN FIRST AND WATEB.
FRIDAY OCTOBER lti
From East Tennessee.
From our own Cor respondent.
Headq'ks 2d Brig., 23d Army Corps, )
Kxoxville, October 1st, 1863. j
Editor Journal: I wrote you when we
j first arrived at Knoxville, some weeks
ago, and as the 2nd Brigade has not been
idle in the meantime, I have thought fit
to send you a short synopsis of our " ad.
ventures."
About the 9th of September we left
here on a general raid towards Bristol, a
town which is situated partly in Tennes
see, and partly in Virginia. We stopped
some four dnva at Orfnvillp tr mi-mit-
we then started to Bristol, but at Kings- I
port we met the Rebels 1,000 stronp- and
after a short skirmish routed them. Col
onel Caprin of the 14th Illinois penned
them with his regiment, and succeeded
in destroying their ammunition train.
We pushed on, and at Bristol we had
another short and brisk skirmish, driving
the rebels before us. We had a few men
wounded belonging to the 5th Indiana.
We cut the telegraph wire, tore up the
railroad, and destroyed a considerable
amount of Confederate stores. We then
fell back to Blountsville.eight miles from
Bristol, and camped for the night In
the morning, (Sunday,) about a o'clock,
we moved on towards ZollicofTer Station,
where the Rebels were reported to be in
force. Four miles from Blountsville we
met the enemy, and immediately en
gaged them. We fought them for five
hours, and, finding them too strong for
us, we fell back 'to Blourrtsrville. Three
men in Colvin's battery were wouuded,
one of whom has since died.
On Monday we fell back about 18
miles. On Tuesday we received orders
to advance on BlountariHe. About 2
o'clock Colonel Graham's regiment. (5th
Indiana Cavalry,) who were in the ad
vance, met the enemy at Blountsville.
The Rebels had their artillery planted on
a hill commanding the town. The first
or second shell the enemy fired set the
town on fire. That was a good deed for
them, for the inhabitants of the place
were all " Secesh." Colonel Foster ar
rived about half an hour after the fight
commenced, with the remainder of the
Brigade, consisting of the 14th Illinois
cavalry, 8th Tennessee cavalry, and 65th
indiuua mounted infantry. The fight
then became general. The 65th Indiana
were dismounted, and went into the fight
under command of Major Brown, and
constituted the right wing. The 5th In
diana and 8th Tennessee were placed on
the left, while the 14th Illinois was held
as a reserve. The ground was hotly con
tested for about six hours, but we finally
routed them. They fled in every direc
tion. The Sth Tennessee made a splen
did charge, bringing in about 65 prison
ers. The G5th Indiana did splendid
fighting, and it is already regarded as a
veteran regiment.' Company H, under
the command of Capt. Hornbrook, did
the hardest fighting, and their list of
kiiled and wounded will show that they
bore the brunt of the battle. But every
company nobly did its duty. Y our cor
respondent saw enough of the battle to
be able to tell the difference between the
whiz of solid shot and a bomb shell.
Col. Foster was everywhere in the thick
est of the fight, regardless of danger, and
more than once did shot and shell drop
within a few feet of him. He is bound
the Rebels shall be punished to the full
est extent when they meet his brigade.
Capt, Hornbrook carried the flag of his
Company, and it had three holes shot
through it, and one shot struck the flag
staff. The loss of the enemy in killed and
wounded is quite large. We buried six
of their killed.
The following is a list of the casualties
in the 65th Indiana: We have already
published the list in fulL Ed. Jocbsal.
LieuL Colonel Johnson has resigned
on account of bad health. Surgeon Eli
Lewis has also resigned. Lieut. Pruitt
and Lieut. Ronald have also resigned.
The above are all from the 65th.
Please send us a package of weeklies,
for we have had no Journals since we
left. Persons sending letters to the boys
will direct them: 65A Ind. Mounted
Infantry. '2nd Foster's) Brigade, 2?,rd
Mrmm uorps, caisi lennessee, via l,ou- wa8 selected by (Jen. Uraut for his pres
isville, Ky. j ent positi on because he was known to be
Our Brigade is just starting on a j a nian of rare administrative abilitv, and
march this evening. I should not be tbe order which he immediately brought
A yf t-, , ft. r I - 1
surprised it we Had some not wort to !
do. I shall endeavor to write to you
more frequently, and try to keep you ad
vised of our movements. We have had
no letters from home yet, for they were
ordered to be sent via Glasgow, Ky. We
will pet them after a while, I suppose.
Burnside, HartstttY. Shackelford, and
several other Generals are here.
I shall have to close, for the wagons
are being packed up for the march.
Yours Truly, " Tom."
Study rot- a Copperhead Kditorial.
We have fallen upon evil times. "We
assist at the death throes of the 'Repub
lic. Prom the moment when Abraham
Lincoln haughtily refused to invite our
outraged Southern brothers to state upon
what terms they would consent to remain
in the Union our doom has been sealed.
Carthago dclenda est! Not content
with overrunning the fair fields of the
South with an army which our Southern
brothers, in their circumstances, may be
pardoned for calling a vandal horde
not satisfied with the effort, which
history will fitly characterize, to plunge
peaceful Southern society into the black
est gulf of massacre, rape, and fire, Abra
ham Lincoln,whom our naturally exasper
ated Southern brothers stigmatize with
i characteristic poetic fervor as a gorilla,
has not hesitated to trample upon all
law, all securities of social order, all the
o-uaranteed rights of American citizens,
: tnrninc the entire North into a hueebas-
i tile, a colossal continental dungeon,
which echoes and re-echoes continually
with the moans and cries, or the futile
shouts of indignation, of the oppressed
but helpless people beneath his heel.
We have not failed in our duty. We
have warned and again warned the
. . ..... 1 mt.l l.L'JfflL, ... WIV AKJOU UU I '
ul. Id i :i
uiuuiier, mai iiiev were in mortal pern
from this man whom our warm blooded
and excited Southern brothers have often
.picturesquely described as a drunken
; ape. But our advice to the country has
been in vain. We have mourned to our
iellow-citizens, and they have not wept
And now behold the result! The last
sublime point of audacity has been
scaled by the fanatical feet of him whom
; our brothers of the South, with sterling
I Lincoln.
The Confiscation Act, the atrocious, '
absurd, and inoperative Emancipation
j Act, (alas for the delicate wives and
fe1 thejy Soth!) and thej
Cl JH-TSf- T T ' rTn !
( under which this unhappy land still stag-i
nnwTin8. ITT! '. ' Z ""V !
( Wa a yband f SIfh;ng upon the j
Canadian shore, and yet does not in
,l j . ' , ,J. ,, i
thunder tones cry to him, " Come over '
and help us!" .
But there were only the ring and the !
halter by which the country and our lib-1
erties were to be drawn down to receive j
the finishing blow. Tlit fats at last e-
scended. America is discrowned among i
the nations. We are lost forever, unless i
under the leadership of tried statesmen.
a Seymour, a Wood and his brother, a !
auanatgnanr, and a V lefctino, we strike
a despairing blow and conquer the con
queror. Details are useless. In the universal
wreck why specify any single loss?
But the final damning proof of the ut
ter subserviency of the present embecile
Administration to the rankest Puritan
fanaticism is the proclamation for
Thanksgiving ! What is Thanksgiving?
It is a Yankee. Puritan. Roundhead
sniveling, snurling. canting, hypocritical
institution. It smells of baked beans.
roast turkey, and Indian pudding, not
to say pumpkin-pies and soft custards.
Pah ! We desire, in all coolness to see
the constitutional warrant forjsuch an ap-
? ailing inovation uponjnational customs.
Te call for chapter and verse. It is an
outrageous and illegal ebulition of that
Boundhead spirit bf Phariseeism which
incessantly bloats New England conceit.
Why, let us ask why should we return
thanks for the wasted fields and desolate
homes of our Southern brothers? Why
should we be glad that England stops
the Confederate rams? Are we grown
such caitiffs that we are unwilling to
give fair play to an honorable antagon
ist? 0 temporal O mores.
But is it possible that the despotism
under which we live or, rather, die
has so paralyzed our faculttes that we do
not see the claw in this sraoothseeming
paw? Is not this thanksgiving notori
ously a State institution? Was it not
always appointed by the Puritan Gov
ernors and their imitators? And shall
we, without a murmur, see the Washing
ton tyranny sweet) this poor Sttte right
away? Awake, freemen ! Arise, ye op
pressed! Let the imperial Stare of New
York rally round her beloved and honor
ed dead. Let him take up the gauge so
scornfully hurled at him and at our sov
ereignty, and say to Lincoln and his
minions, in their teeth, that the people of
cuuiiui nave iiau eutjugu oi laiiaee
fanaticism, of Puritanism and of cant,
and are resolved to vindicate the ma
jesty f State rights, and to appeal to
the hearts of our betrayed Southern
brothers, which yearn for the Union as it
was and the Constitution as it is, and to
insist upon their mentioning the terms
of their submission. Could we but see
SeymourjPresident.Bobert Toombs Secre
tary of State, General Lee in the War
Department, and Fernando Wood in the
Treasury, we should feel sure that the
country was redeemed, and that we
should have no more occasion for canting
Thanksgiving proclamations. Harper's
Weekly. X
Gen. Veatch and the Klaaaarl Dpptipt.
ment.
There may be reasons of delicacy, or
reasons of a substantial character, why
Mr. Lincoln should refusejto appoint Gen.
Butler to command the Department of
Missouri reasons that we know nothing
of; yet loyal men all over the country
desire that some efficient nan of un
doubted ability and loyal integrity should
be assigned to that important post, and
with the least possible delay We sav
this without attempting to pre judge the
case of Gen. Schofield, further than to
allude to the admitted fact or the fact
which can no Ion ger be hid or doubted
that ..ander -his administration Blatters
have gone from bad to worse, until the
Department' to-day presents the most
c om plicated aad dangerous aspect of
any Department in the nation. If it
will not do to appoint General Butler
nor General Fremont or any man select
ed by the earnest and loyal people of
Missouri, and the President is looking
around for a man most emineutly suited
for such a place and second perhaps to
General Butler in administrative ability,
we would respectfully call his attention
to Brigadier General James C. Veatch,
now in command at Memphis.
General Veatch combines with un
doubted loyalty, bravery and skill, as a
military commander, those qualities as a
civilian which are so important in such a
Denartmentas Missouri at this time.
"v - r- J .-
out of the chaos and confuaio which
prevailed in-things, military and civil, in
Memphis, proves that General Grant was
not mistaken in his man. Gen. Veatch
can hut illy be spared from Memphis;
but the greater importance of Missouri
and the urgent necessity of haying the
right kind of a man there at this timej
would justify the Presiden; in making
the change. True, he ranks only
Brigadier, tut the Major Generalship
has been conferred upon few more de
serving than he, and many far less so:
and should it ever be deemi A iiruilentto
entrust anolher Ttulinu'ion vlt run li
the President could hardly find among
all our Brigadiers a more worthy subject
lor the honor, whether he is given the
Department of Missouri or not tie is
modest and retiring as he is brave and
prudent, and he is withall earnest, effi
cient, and comprehends the crisis and its
requirements as well as any man en
gaged in the national service. We com
mend General Veatch to the considera
tion of the proper authorities, for any
place which needs at once the brave and
experienced soldier, and the able, com
prehensive and .loyal civilian. 7nd.
Gazelle.
The Election
From the Indianapolis Journal.
The triumphant majorities for the
Union cause in all the States voting last !
Tuesday is cause for the most heartfelt ;
thanks,
iuesuay was indeed an import
j ant day for the country, but the people j
ix.li.. ..,.; t. i -
luuy nL.picciit.cu mc luajjuuuui: ui mo
I occasion, ana most nobly met tne crisis.
Northern sympathizers are swept as with
the besom of destruction, and the Gov
ernment is grandly sustained.
From Pennsylvania the cheering news
comes that the loyal and noble Curtin
J
111 boiro a mam.itv rs( m, 1 QO
i "" ' uuic luou c,-
000; Iowa will swell her ordinary hand-
some Union majority to nearly double
: its usual size, wmie Ohio s home majori-
ty for Brough will be 75,000, and the sol-
I dier vote will increase it to i25,000. In-
diana, too, has exceeded all expectations.
From every point we have news of large
L'nion gains. EuQUgb isntOWn to thrill
her tfigfrauchised SOkli ej-fi WJ th jov Yes,
1 TriTtaMo4rfyfc uaWllKhe Union
In addition to the regular dispatches,
we have the following special details of
the Indiana election:
Martinsville, Oct 14.
G,orIous fw oldMorffan! Perfect
Waterloo defeat of the Copperheads!
rw Tolm.n mmhr - u-i
Legislature, is elected Clerk, and all the
Urjon . ke' b 2Q0 majo'rit in
r 1S, , , i. J 6
tor us ot loll since last year.
"Ww tvr,. ...
Wm. Killiai..
. . Huntington Oct. 13
lhe whole 0PPernead 10 this
count' is defeated by about oO majority;
Wm' Bk kki
Shelby county gives 125 Copperhead
majority a Union gain of 500.
Axdebson, Oct 14.
Madison county has reduced the But-
terrut vote about
oOO. lheir majority
T. N. Stilwell
is only 200.
Fayette county
Union gain, 200.
Union county
Union gain, 100.
X) Union maioritv.
200 Union majority.
Knightstowx, Oct 14.
Rush county gives 1 25 majority for lhe
Union. Union gain, 200.
W. H. H. Glass.
Switzerland county 400 Union majo
rity. Howard county Union majority 823.
Henry county 1,200 Union majority
a Union gain of 600.
Mack, the reliable correspondent
of the Cincinnati Commercial, is now
with the Army of the Cumberland, at
Chattanooga. In one of his letters he
gives a conversation between two pick
ets, which he overheard one day while
he wa3 " out on the front:"
I went to the extreme front, yesterday,
to take a view of the situation from that
stand-point. I found our pickets on ex
cellent terms with Bragg's men, all of
them, with a mutual understanding that
there should be no firing, and many of
them conversing on very friendly terms
with each other. One conversation, in
front of Wood's division, I heard dis
tinctly: " Rebel " Hallo, Vank, where are
yon from?''
Union "I'm from Indiana. Where
are you from?"
R " I'm from Georgia."
U " What do you think of Chicka
mauga?" R " We whipped you like hell. How
did you like it? '
U "Not much, you didn't whip us. I
can't see it. If you whipped us bad, why
didn't you take Chattanooga?"
R l'D d if I kuow. I suppose
you'ens got reinforced too much. Grant
and Hooker is comin'."
U " Why dont you pitch in before
they come? "
K " Well, don't know. Let's not talk
about that any more. Have you any
whisky? Throw me your canteen. I'll
give it back honest"
U " Nary drop have I. I'll give you
some pretty soon, though."
The Indiana man called to a comrade,
and I believe got a little "commissary,"
which he shared with his rebel friend.
BOILER MAKER.
JOHN P. LAURENT,
-t lier rvaca.jx.c
Corner of Pine and Water Streets,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. -
1 AM PREPARED
TO MAKE ALL KINDS
X of Sti'ant
Boilers. Htationarr or portable. I
have cverv facility for doing good work that good
machinery and good workmen can give, and all
work outrurited to me will let made under my per
sonal supervision.
Workmen sent to auy part of the city and
country to do repairing. ... ir'.'lm
DRUGS, &c.
WM 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 Staffs, and
all articles usually kept in a first class Drug Store,
with a large and varied assortment of Patent Med.
icines and Perfumery, together with every descrip
tion of Amlirotype and Photograph Goods, con
sisting f Cameras. Chemicals, Cases and Frames
constantly on hand, anil sold at treasonable prices
Orders from Merchants and Artists promptlj'
attended to, and forwarded as instructed.
Tre
PRINTERS AND PUBLISH EUS. Just
received a fresh lot of Wade's Printing Ink,
comprising Book, Card and an assortnteat of
Colored I nks in cans, at
WM. H. P. STODDARD'S. 17 Main Btreet.
A
LEXANDER'S PATENT CEMENT. FOR
R fine and Railroad attd St amLoat pur
poses. A very superior and durable article at 17
Main Street.
D"t
I. TON'S PERIODICAL DROPS HAVE
arrived. Call and ir.-t a bottle at 17 Main
8treet.
COAL OIL A superior article ; white and near
ly inoderous, for sale by the gaUon or bar
rel, at 17 Main street.
T AMPS, LAMPS A new supply just received,
at 17 Main street.
lie Li, s r A n iLaTUC. K s, mclanjcs and a
1J tn
varietv of other Vetmifnires, at the City Drutr
Store, 17 Main Street.
CHAT T KNBKRGER'S
FEVER AND AGUE
' Main Street.
Antedi
edote for sale at I
1K1 HHEft An endless variety of kinds
and
u qualities can no naa at 17 main street.
MRS. ALLEN'S H ATRRESTORATI V K AND
Tilahalsamuui, the best preparation extant
for the Hair and Scalp. For sale at
STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street
DRY GOODS.
SxVV Cioodo
TTAVINO RECEIVED LARGE ATrDrTTCme -
XX
to our stock of Dry Goods, we invite our nu
merous customers toexamirte our stock and prices
before purchasing elsewhere.
8CHAPKER A BUSSING,
octS 49 Main Street.
Cloaks Again.
IXTB HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
V nice lot ;of Ladies' Cloaks, Sacques, Ac,
which we will sell cheap.
SCHAPKER A BUSSING,
ot 49 Main Street.
Order Your Bonnets.
OUR STOCK OF MILLINERY CANNOT BE
excelled. In silk we have every shade from a
sulidned elephant to a butternut color.
Having employed Milliners whose work has
drawn a premium at every Fair where it has been
exhibited, we are confident that we can guarantee
satisfaction, at greatly rednced millinery prices.
SCHAPKER A BCSSISG,
4 Main Street.
Carpets! Carpets!! Carpets J!!
- , "I HAVE N0W A SPLENDID ASSORT
I I VV MENT of Carpets to which we respectfully
call the attention ot tn public.
.... . .c.i.. I ,
- SCHAPKER A BfSSING'S.
No. 49 Main Street.
SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S
Shawl and Cloak Department.
A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF THIS
Department will satisfy everv one that theT
- . . .
can be suited la quality and priced
, SCHAPKER A BUSSING,
, No. id Main street,
, bbflAFKER & BUSSING j
Millinery Department
ttavlng made this a special part j
' -Tx of our business, and having bought every- j
anuturert wrde?yrceomPfre?!tionmp0rte" I
Misses Epperson and Bellam, whe have charge
.f (be Trimming Department, flatter themselves
! m!H,C'"'0' be surpassed m tnmm.ng by j
MANTUA MAKING.
HEADQUARTERS KOR
CLOAK, MANTILLA
AND
MRS. ELIZA SPEIGLEBERG,
IN THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON
First Street, has just received fresh supplies
from the East, of the richest fabrics, and Is now
prepared to make up to order on the most reason
able terms. Cloaks, Mantlas, Circles, and Sacques
of the best material and of the mo t beautiful
styles.
Her stock is so complete, that with the assist
ance of the most competent Dress and Cloak
makers in the country, she is able to defy all com
petitors in both stye and prices.
Mrs. Spiegelberg also has bought a large as
sortment of Silks, Head Dresssei, Hair Braids and
Curls, Ladys' Pocket Handkerchiefs of every styls
and a great many other articles for the conve
nience of the Ladies of Evansville and vicinity too
numerous to mention.
The best Sewing Machines of G rover A Baker
manufactory for family nae, for sale by
airs. SI lKut.Lr3t.KG,
No. 13 First Street bet Main and Second.
1 sp22
MUSIC STORE.
WARREN & COSYNGTON'S
rvtxjio
Bazaar of Fancy Goods.
PIANO FOBTES, MELODEONS, HABMONI
l MS, Acoorcleoin, Violin, Guitars, Flutes,
Clariouets, ami arorythlBg 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, Vlolincllo and Banjo
Strings always on hand.
Fancy Goods, Toys and Notloas at Wholesale
and Retail.
Old Pianos taken in exchange for new ones.
Instruments of all kinds repaired and tuned.
sep4 No. 1 MAIN STREET,
Evansville.
DENTIST.
a
si'l.'t S.;
- EI A. A. S ,
l Y THANKFUL FOB THB
tge received during the past four
permanent resident of this city,
(whether they need his profee-
li
MM pat .
years, ma Ooutg
desires all perso
sional services or
't) to visit bis rooms and see" ne
Various Style l work Manufactured
Improvements and Inventions
Are being made, and everything that will subserve
the interests of his patient is secured by him. H I
Establishment and Facllltl s
Are equal to any in
EASTERN CITIES.
He has Several Anaesthetics
roB
Alleviating Pain when Extracting
Teeth.
Cheeks that are sunken can be restored to nearly
heir ori ginal contonr. All desirable styles of
ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
made anywhere in the United States, are made by
him. Irregularities of Children's Teeth success
fully corrected. Those having
DECAYED TEETH
Should either have them Extracted or Filled, (ths
latter if possible.) The health of the parties and
the remaining Teeth demand it.
NEURALGIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED.
ALSO CLEFT PALATE
Office on First St., Near Post Office.
HARDWARE, &c.
WELLS, KELLOGG & CO.,
DEALERS IN
I I A K I TV A. Hi E
CUTLERY
No. 13
' ?5VI17 i,'.v.''i.l
FIRST STREET,
SiCJN BIG WILL SAW,)
Have received a complete
stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Ha il ware,
Purchased nud Imported direct from the
Manufacturers
i - -
Enabling us to OffeT-hrcrm i vtur j
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
:: iojw oi (SaliiiB 6v(?!8 ' ,
Axes All the celebrated
brands,
Chains Log, Trace and
Halter,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Shovels and Spades,
Cotton and Wool Cards,
Wheel Heads,
Weaver's Reeds,
Spinning Wheels,
Locks, Latches, Butts and
Screws,
Gun Trimmings,
Brass Kettles,
Shot Guns,
Rifles and Revolvers,
Chain Pump Fixtures,
Hollow Ware,
Dog Irons,
Gum Belting,
Japanned Ware,
Notions Large Stock.
WELLS, KELLOGG & CO.,
No. 13 First Street, t
MACHINEST.
CHRISTIAN ERATX. WH. HEILMAS.
KRATZ & HEILMAN,
City IF" oundry ,
Manufacturers and Builders of
Steam Engines and Boilers,
Saw ana Grist Mill Ma
chinery, Tobacco Screws,
Gumming Machines,
ChineseS ug-ar Cane
THRESHING MACHINES, &c
EVANSVILLE, IND.
; rpHE PK0PBIET0B8 OF THE CITY FOUND
J. ry beg leave to inform their friends and the
I public in general, that they are prepared to do all
j kinds of
MacMne & Finishing Work
And everything appertaining to the Foundry bus
j iness. They are manufacturing Steam Engine
and Boilers of any siie and pawer required. Saw
, Mill Machinery and Mill Gearing of any sue ; Dis-
; tillery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws.
Gnmming Machines, Threshing Machines, Malt
Mills, Horsepowers, Corn Shelters, Machinery of
all kinds made and repaired ; Iron and Brass Cast
ings of every description. Iron Hooae Fronts, Cel
lar Grates, Ac. Cooking aad Heating Stoves of the
latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog
Irons, Ac.
Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c.
! upplied with every description of Copper and
j Sheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators,
' Attempt) rators, Spargwi, Stillheads and Worms on
I an improved principle, Columns for Alcohol Stills,
least Jugs, can, sypbons, Ac. ; Copper. Lead aad
Iron Pipe ; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every
variety, for Boer, Spirits, Oil, Ac. Brass Cocks and
Valves, Steam Whistles, Ac.
Warkmen mot to all parts to fit tip work aad do
repairs on Steam Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron
won, ac.
Old Metals Bought.
They are dealing In and selling Allen's impreT
ed Steam Gnage, Wrought Iron Welded Pipes and
Tubbing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Ma
chines, Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators, German
Bolting Clsth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing,
Hose, 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
promptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied
with reasonable prices.
sWOffice and Sale Booms, Foundry, Boiler-yard
Machine Shop on Pine street, between First and
scond streets, Evansville, Ind. dec 7
HARDWARE.
GEO. S. SONNTAG&GO.,
Jobbers and Importers.
Hardware and Cutlery.
Our Fall Stock being very
large and complete, we can
offer to our Customers and
the Trade, Goods that can
not fail to please in Style,
Quality and Price. Our
Stock is now bought for
Cash, and prices reduced.
We offer the following in
large quantites:
TABLE CVTLEBT, English.
TABLE CVTLEBT, American.
TABLE CVTLEBT, English.
TBtE CVTLEBT, American.
POCKET CVTLEBT.
POCKET CVTLEBT.
POCKET CVTLEBT.
POCKET CVTLEBT.
CHOPPING AXES.
CHOPPING AXES.
CHOPPING AXES
CHOPPING AXES
SHE ABB AND BCISBOBS
SHEABS AND SCISSORS
SHEABS AND SCIS80BS
SHEABS ANB SCISSOBS
TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
TABLE AND TE SPOONS.
MILL A ND CUT SA W8
MILL AND H OUT SAWS
WOOD AND HAND SAWS.
WOOD AND HAND SAWS.
BUILDER'S HABDWABF..
MECHANICS TOOLS.
BUILDER'S HABDWABE,
MECHANICS TOOLS.
GVN8 ANB PISTOLS.
CARTRIDGES AND GVN CAPS.
G UNS A TD PISTOLS.
CARTRIDGES IKD ffr.V '.4PS
PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES.
PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCAIlE&.
SCALE BEAMM ami flUELYARDS.
SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS.
GEO. S. SO M NT AG At CO.,
No. 10 Main Street.
STEAM BAKERY.
Bread for the Hungry!
NEW SHE
SHEAM BAKERY,
?1 ll
W A T5 STREET,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
WE DESIRE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Evansville, and the community in gen- i
eral, that our
NEW STEAM BAKERY,
SO. 11 WATER STREET,
Is now in successful operation, ana we snau seep
constantly on hand and make to order on short
Is now in successful operation, and ws shall keep
notice, all articles made at like manufactories ;
such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Ac., c.
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 1
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. sej'lStf A. WELD A CO.
FOREIGN LIQUORS.
CCUIXK KAPPLkB.
WM. SCHXAKEN'Bl'BG.
KAPPLER & SCHNAKENBURG,
Importers and Dealers Id
WhlSkVS. Brandies. WilieS.
' m m
Gins, See., &c., &c
Also Rectifiers and Manufacturers of
Domestic Wines and Liquors
NO. 4 WATER ST., bet. Main and Sycamore,
angl EVAN8VIL1E, IND.
MARBLE WORKS.
FELH0RN & BRINKMAN,
(Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers la
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE.
Main Street
EVANSVILLE,
Near Court Ho
INDIANA.
ties. Tombs, Vases, and all
koeatly and promptly ex
' -st styles. deol
WMonuments, M
kinds of Furniture W
seated in the latest an
Jusx Received,
Direct from the Quarries, the
The Finest Stock of Marble
Ever brought te this market, and for sale at
STREET & YOUNG'8
American and Italian
Marble Manufactory,
WAKE AND SALES ROOM
KTo. 184
MAIN STREET,
Near the Canal
Our facilities for furnishing those wishing
MONUMENTS,
GRAVESTONES,
TOMBS,
MANTLES,
Or anything else in onr line, are unsurpassed In
the West
Our Stock of Marble is complete, having been
selected -with great care at the Quarries. my6dAw
GROCERIES.
HENRY LUTZ,
Dealer in
3-hooxih.
PROVISIONS,
Cor. Chesnnt Street and the Canal
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
I HAVE RETURNED HOME FROM THE
army, and am ready 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 a
soou siauie anu witgon-yi-.ra. aty Bar is also epeo
for customers. W t.rrt
octc-lwdilmw
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES.
STEPHEN H. S. C00E,
175 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 of all
kinds kept constantly on hand. Call and examine
articles and prices before pure-hashing elsewbere.
sFOood Fresh Butter received every Saturday .
aug8
WM. GLENN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers,
TO and 72 Vine Street,
Bet. Second and Pearl St s.
CINCINNATI, 0.
TTAVE ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR
Ti "f"","? lowest market prices, a large and
well selected stock ofOrocerles, Tooacw,, cJVoage
Wooden Ware, Ac., to which we invite the atten-'
tion of Merchants. sepl9
amcki. E. Gilbert. William R. Baxkr
S. E. GILBERT & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Sycamore Street, bet. Water aad First,
Starstillc, -Iwd.
A full assortment of Groceries always on hand,
od for sale at the lowest prices.
NEW SALOON.
SHAEFEE'S SALOON
BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT.
On Third Street between Main
and Sycamore.
.EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
oet9-lm
CHANGE OF EXCHANGE
A NEW ARRANGEMENT
SAM GRIMMER t HARRY JOHNSON
having purchased "
Theodora's Exchange,
ARE FITTING IT UP IN EXCELLENT
style for a first class
BILLIARD SALOON and RESTAURANT.
They will keep at the bar the best brairds o
Liquors and their larders will at all times be filed
with the richest dainties from tbe animal and
vegetable kingdoms, and the waters of the Tasty
deep will be made to contrihnte of their richest
store.
Especial attention will be given to the carisiae,
which will be under charge it the most competent
sitists. i
Their Billiard Room is larg.- and their TABLES
FIRST CLASS.
The establishment wiU re-open on Tuesday next.
A liberal snare of public patronage Is respectfully
1 1 icltod- nxT3uaom
SASH AND DOORS.
.1 AMES STEELE,
(Snccess..r to Steels; A Hrawsa.)
SFV-i -.T.-LUCT. ' ':flT5lT TYrETRY
EVANS VILLE, INDIANA.. ' ,
SASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS
Dressed Lumber
Boards, Laths, Ac., of ever? description constantly
on hand. Packing Boxes of all kinds made to or
-rJc.r. Sawing of evrv kind dona on the shortest
notice. ' - , .r v jLgly
W. HUNNLLi
CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CANAL,
EVANSVILLE, IND.,
Has on band the largest lot of
Sashes Doors, Blinds, Frames, dec.,
Ever Manufactured in the WmL
fHEY ARE 0T MY OWN if ATfR
, have u fi , t f -p. . Potnlar
, FloorlnK. Monlain- of 1 1,111 JZZ
I of all descriptions done at ths shortest notice.
GROCERIES.
SUNDRIES
Strawberry and Lemon Syrup, Almonds,
Brazil Nuts, Essence of Ce. Woedea Bowls,
Etiglish Walnuts, Figs, Raisins, Currants,
Rock Candy, Oysters, Shoe. - Morse and
Scrubbing Brushes, Lobsters, Sardines, Alum,
Epsom Salts, Roll Brimstone, Sulphur, Copperas,
Madder, Extract of Logwood, Indigo, Cream Tar
tar, Soda, Bed Cords of all kinds, Tobacco of all
kinds. Blacking, Batting. Nutmegs, Cigars of all
kinds. Ginger, Camphor, Carolina and Wagon
Tar, Brooms, Cotton Tarn, Ground Ginger, Castile
Soap, Playing Cards, Glass Jars. Lanterns. Tum
blers and Flasks, Pepper Sauce, Matches, Pickles,
Mustard, Fish of all kinds. Tomato CaUupowder,
cr....- r,, s.in of all Kiuds, starcn. Tea. m-
egar, Letter, No,0P, aad .Fancy Paper, Wrap-
ping Paper, Envelopes, salt retre, Gum Drops
Wooden Bowls, jujttue rasie, cinnaaaon, Uoal Ot
j Clothes Pins, BritUh Lustra, Bonnet Boards, Ink
I Cloves. Nails. Sash, Glass, Spirits Turpentine, all
I spice, Sal Soda, Pain Killer, Licorice, Ac, Ac, Ac
A supply of the above kept constantly ou hand
and for sale low by 8. E. GILBERT A CO.,
lyftif No. 4 Syeamore Street.
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