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EVANSVILLE, IND., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 i86a ESTABLISHED, 1831 One year 4 00 DRY GOODS K E EN & PRESTON IJAYI J VST RECEIVED A LARGE AMD I 1 i. i,.Tl assortment of Desirable Dry Goods, "A hkli they invite the "trade" to call and ex amine prices and qualities ; believing, knowing, they can sare dealers additional freight and ex penses in going farther Kastward. janl5 A. C. PUSHEE, BALKS III Foreign & American Fancy Goods, tXjMBS, BUrSUES, PCR3ES, WALLETS, Salrnels, Toilet Soaps Rubber Goods, GAMES, YANKEE MOTIONS, dailies Baskets, Children Cabs, etc. No. 20, Main Street, EVANSVILLE, .... INDIANA LAW CARDS. W . H. WALKER, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, VAXSriLLE, IND., Oi ice on Third Street, (TS-ly Opposite C ourt House. HARLES DENBY, Attorney at Law. Has resumed the practice f Law. Office on Third Street, middle of Hall's Block, up stairs. fob! JAMES Attorney RE I D , at Lav AND COLLECTING AGENT. OFFICE On Third Street, third door from Vain Street, in the Crescent City Bank Bnilding, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. frS-ly ,5;is. T. Walker, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND Agent for obtaining Peniisna, Back Pay and Bounty L'OR DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND FOB V the Widows and other legal representatives of those who die in the service of the United States. Office on the North-West side of Third Street, near the Washington House and nearly opposite the Court Hou-e, Evansrille, Indiana. All business entrusted to him will be promptly attended, to. jyl8-ly NOTICE. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. o r Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils. The undersigned pay their Particular Attention To the sale of the above articles, and SOAP STOCKS GENERALLY. Consignments sent to them will be PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF and Quick Returns Made : v advanced terms. We mail our "Weekly Circular gratis to all sending their address fo ABB AM K.NIGHT fc SONS, A3 Water Street, N'. Y. City. :ylod6m VARIETY STORE. PUSHEE S VARIETY STORE, No. 20 Main Street, IS THE PLACE TO FIND FANCY GOODS, Combs, Brushes, Pocket Wallets, Card Oases, Tablets, Scissors. Knives, Watch Keys, Guard Chains, Thimbles, Needles, Pins, Taps Measures, Bead', Belt Clasps, Goggles, Spectacles. Ther mometors, French Harps, Pop Guns, Ivory Rat tles, Marbles, Chessmen, Dells, Corset Clasps, Steel Pens, Penciles, Games, Bobber Balls, Toilet Soap, Jewelry, Violin Strings, Work Boxes, Writing Deski, Feather Dusters, Bird Cages, Childrens' Carriages, Ladies' Fancy Work and Traveling Baskets, ate, Ac, at vholeasle and re tail. ' eep2l MEDICAL. B. J. DAY, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. EXAMIN1G SURGEON FOR PENSIONARY. OFFICE On Second Street, between Main and Locust. RESIDENCE At Sherwood House. EvansviUe, January 6, 1863. S, W. THOMPSON, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Onict AJiD Residence Ko. 35 Walnut Stkket (At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.) EVANSYILLE, INDIANA. nov29-ly IYORYTYPES, PHOTOGR APS AND Oai'dL Pictures, ALSO, WEDDING CARDS, Mounted In Beautiful Style, A T Adam's Photographic Gallery, OVER POST-OFS ICE. SOAP AND CANDLES. Iliilip Decker, (Successor to Decker A Kramer), Manufacturer of Lard Oil S0AF AND CANDLES. Also, an extra article of BURNING, ENGINE, AND CAR OIL Dealers in Bos in, Soda, Ashes, Ac. Also Pure Catawba Win 0t our own raising, in quantities to suit pnr chasers, 116 Mai Strut, between FiAt aA Second, EV ANSVILLE, IKDIAHA. HS Terms cash, or 60 days' paper negotiable in -ank. JanftMy INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. TBS UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AN Intelligence Office, on Third Street, four doors west of the Washington Hotel, where ha will glvo strict and prompt attention to all business in tha une. JOHN WAYMAN. ZsitOBg copy sols PICTURE GALLERY. I lag! 3W v rV CO A 5, -SS I SADDLERY. Oliiii-lefs Babcock, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Coach aud Saddlery Hardware, MAIN STBKET, FrANSFILI.E, INDIA Vat. HAVING COHPI.KTKD MY ARRANGE tneuts with European and American iiuuu tacturers for a direct supply of all goods in my line I am enabled to oner inducements that can not atl to be to the interest of ail engage! in the biLsineea to give me a trial. I BASTS in part . . Axils, Springs made oft ,i beat Steel Bauds, enameled as' all kinds of Leath. tloths. Linings fur Carriages, Varnishes, Castings of all kinds ; Saddle Trees. English Bridle Leathers . Bits, .Stirrups, Spurs, Hamee, fine Silvei Hanoi of ail kinds; Jenuy Liud Of Trees; Self-adjiutin:; Pads; Taylor's Patent Hatsrss ;. Fl Nets ; Shoe Threads ; Horse Blankets ; London Girth Webs, American Girth and Rein Webs, bod cotton and worsted ; Loo don Welt Skins, a anterior art icle ; Ivory ; Gnita Percha and Brass lined Martengai King ; superior Kerseys for Horse Covers , the best quality of Carriage Bolts ; Patent Olg Trees, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac. I keep in met everything appertaining to either branch of the business, and understandiug btb branches thoroughly, we would respectfully invite your attention before purchasing elsewhere. I am also Agent for Ward's Patent Spring Sa aaVM Aw w. r. corwix. J. B MAG 11 EE THE NEW FIRM. THE SUBSCRIBERS, WHOLESALE manufacturers of Saddles. Bridles. Collars. Harness, Ac, desire to inform the public that we have largely increased our stock on hand, and by close application ourselven and the employment of good workman in our shops, we are able to fur nish ou "hurt notice any and all kinds and quanti ties of work to suit the trade. Those who a ill favor us with a call, can satisfy themselves, that they can procure, at lower prices, good substan tial, fancy and durable work of us than thev can I anywhere else, (and far better than '.he Eastern shop-work.) The members of the firm being practical work men themselves, attending personally to all i orders with promptness, care and dispatch, deter mined that none shall excel in style of finish or j quality of work, give better satisfaction to those patronizing us; feel confident it will be. to tho interest of all to come aud see for themselves be- fore purchasing elsewhere. store on Locust Street, above the Sherwood House, between First and Second Streets, No. 25. N. B. Guarantee all we sell. sep2 W. F. CORWIN A CO. REMOVAL. THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM HAVE RE moved their Saddlery establishment to the Corner of Main and Second Street, in the room or cepied by Fred. Krone, deceased. C. WOLFFrKROEPSCH, H . NT T ACTfBEHS Or AND DEALERS IS Saddles, Harness, COLLARS, &c, &c, Main Street, Cor. Second, (Store formerly occuppied by Fred. Krone.) feaA.AH orders attended to with dispatch. Work warranted. novlo -1 y BOOTS & SHOE Tf. H. WALKER. DE C. BEAMS. WALKER & EVANS, B00TS& SHOES No. 81 MAIN STREE'I, EvansviUe, Ind. We devote our whole time and attention to th. Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively Consequently can give you better bargain? than those who are " dabbling " in Boots and Shoes in connection with other business. City ana County Orders par for Goods. sepo-ly taken at SEGARS, &c. SCHROEDER ft LEMCKE, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ; Cigars, Smoking, Chewing Tobacco, Snuff, P i p e 8 , &c. S3"o. 80 TVtalxJt EVANSVILLE, IND. i rtehave new, and will keep, on hand a complete nd well assorted stock of CIGARS & TOBACCO, AND OFFER THE SAME TO THE PUBLIC LOW FOR CASH. aft.Sm! r will find it to their interest to ell and SEamine our prices. We are enabled to sell to t hem as low as any house in the West. octl7-dAw SCHROEDER A LKMCICK. STOVE WORKS. r. w. saiNKMSvr.R. a. ituun SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS. BRINKMEYER & CO., Manufacturer of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings, House, Fronts, Verandas, Balconies, Castings In General, COPPEB, TIN AND SHKisT UioN WARE, Ac W Sales Room Main Str. et, opposite Court Qonse. StSfTFonudery Near the Mouth of Pigeon Creek K VAS8VILLE, IND. ORDKRS SOLIi'lTKIt.-W m9 NOTICE. OFFICE OF THE EVANSVILLE GAS LIGHT COMPANV.O. ti.ber 1. r I '.IK ANNUAL ELECTION FOB THE X Directors of this Company will be nid on Monday, the 24th day of October, 1863. oetS JNO. J. CHANDLER. President, i Retail Dealers Exclusively in PUBLISHED BY JAMES il. McNEKLY. F. M. THAYER. J NO. H. McNEELY. TKDKB THE I I KM Or THE EvansviUe Journal Company. Journal Uixillinj2r, LOCUST STREET, BETWEEN FIRST AND WATER. SATURDAY.. ...OCTOBER 17 From Our Own Correspoudeut. Army Correspondence. Army of the Cumberland, ) Chattanooga, Oct., 1863. J Editors Journal: Here we are, holding the key to East Tennessee, and to Northern Georgia. Now, the great army of the Cumberland lies in front of Chattanooga, while just beyond and in full view, lies the com bined forces of Bragg, Johnston, Long street and Hill, together with a large number of Georgia Militia, most un questionably a greatly superior force to ours. This was the force our noble army fought on the 19th and 2Uth of Septem ber, in Northern Georgia ; and the force that, though superior to ours, was com pletely defeated and foiled in its calcu lations. It was confidently expected that such heaps of troops would overrun our army, and obliterate it, reach Chattanooga, capture our army, our transportation, our supplies and all. But no such an event wa3 in store for the rebel Gen eral. A few days ago, Gen. Kosecrans effect ed an exchange of wounded prisoners, and from them we are informed certainly that the slaughter of the rebels was most terrible and appalling, and that they claim no victory here. One more such " victory " will destroy the rebel army, and sink the rebel cause so deep that the bugle horn of the resurrection will never awaken it It is true, our loss has been great, but this army, to-day, exists a noble and proud host of patriots, who feel that up on them, as upon all true soldiers, rests the destinies of the greatest and bast of governments. Though our ranks have been, in some commands, most sadly thinned, still, among all the troops you hear no word of complaint, no lack of confidence in the ability, fidelity and true, noble, and exalted patriotic General Rosecrans. His presence is bnt to cre ate the wildest enthusiasm wherever he goes in the army, and with such a leader, and such troops, the army must prove invulnerable against any force the rebels may be abie to bring against us, occupy ing us we now do, a place with the strongest natural fortifications. Histo ry will record Gen. Rosecrans' move ments against Bragg, as a series of the most brilliant operations of the whole war, and his uame will be written in liv ing characters, as a great chieftain, whose strategic policy will be referred to with pride and admiration by all true patriots. Onr only danger here lies in our rear. Should the enemy succeed in throwing his cavalry in our rear, and cut our communication, for a while we will be annoyed, but our rear is now so well guarded, that we need fear but little from that cause, though we have suffered some in that way already, by having a few small trains plundered, aud some wagons destroyed. Our picket guard is not over four hundred yards from that of the enemy, and at some places are so close that our boys can sometimes hear the instruc tions of officers to the guards on the rebel lines. The pickets often propose to exchange papers with our boys, and those on that duty seem very friendly disposed. i Not long since I rode on horseback from Stephenson, Alabama, to this point, pass im through a portion of the renowned Sequatchie valley, and in that valley 1 found many true Union men. To see what the loyal people have had to endure hero, is to be able to place a proper e3ti mate upon patriotism and fidelity to the cause of the Union. Stripped of all they possess, they stand firm in their opinions as the everlasting bills, and one cannot help but stop to think a while of, and admire the devotion of, these people under the most adverse cir cumstances that a people could be placed under. Then to reflect that behind us, and out of all danger life and proper ty being secure, to know that there are those who sympathise with our enemies, and halt rejoice at our reverses, when there are those lmng in the mountains here, who have waited and prayed for j-i.-J r . j K, i ueuverauuc iium a tyrants run, is surety enough to make the blood of all soldiers boil at the bare reflection. But the day of retribution is coming. Many a brave and noble soul will not see the day, but the time is fast approaching when all the wrongs of our Government will be avenged, and oar people here in East Tennessee fully vindicated in their rights. Though our noble and heroic soldiers lay down their lives to keep the enemy irom ravaging, from plundering i And hiifninrf tha h niitfAo ri tlntca r-hrv rM-o and burning the houtfts of those who give us no word of cheer, still, the work will be done, and the enemy will cot be permit ted to set foot on free-soil, or harm that country so long as there are any left to fight. We do regret though, true, after we have suppressed the rebellion, and vindicated the powerjand authority of the Government, that a "Butternut" or a " Copperhead " will be granted the same privileges as a soldier of twenty battles. I have been informed that Judge Burke of the Circuit Court of your Ju dicial District had it, for awhile, in seri ous contemplation, to arrest all Provost Marshals in his Judicial District, but that upon mature reflection, he thought better of it. I only refer to this forfear that he should by accident or otherwise, impose on some and create the opinion that he is a friend to the Union. No doubt, away from home, he tries to make men feel his dignity and importance, and as his principles never were very valuable to him, unless they made him j -i, ii.. . r money, ue win no uuuui try to pass ior a Union man outside of his own county But he is regular ' valhammer ot the worse sort not so public as some, tor indeed, ne nas not moral courage to be a man under all circumstances, but he seeks to accomplish his ends by low cunning and mean trickery, it there ' are any who doubt the above state- ! ment, let them write to any true Union j man of Burke's own town, and they j will find it all properly vouched for as true to the letter. Though the 42d Indiana has suffered severely in the battle of Chicamauga j Creek, and though this regiment was called to pass through a fiery ordeal more severe than ever before, it still retains its proud name, honors its brave and efficient commander, Lieutenant Col. Mclntire, and the proud old State from whicti it hails. Perhaps it may interest your readers to know somewhat of the history of our brigade; and, besides, we wish them to know, for we feel a pride in what we have done, and what has been done for us. Go back to the period of time that we ; lay at Huntsville, Ala., over a year ago. Our brigade was then composed of the ; 3rd Ohio, 10th Ohio, lrith Kentucky and j 42d Indiana, with the famous Loomis Battery. It was then designated as the 17th brigade, of the 3rd division, Army of ; the Ohio, and retained that designation during the battles of Chaplain Hills, and Stone River. At Chaplain Hills the brigade was commanded by Col. W. H. Lyttle, and consisted of all of the above named regiments, with the addition of the 88th Indiana. ' At this battle it was the misfortune of Col. Lyttle to get sorely wounded, bnt nottillhehad so distinguished himself on the field as to winkonfidence aud to be made a Brigadier General. At Huntsville, this brigade comprised a part of the troops who enabled General Mitchell to add another star to his fame, and he was there made a Major General. At Stone River Col. Jno Beatty, of the 3rd Ohio, commanded this brigade, then composed of the 3rd Ohio, 15th Kentucky, 88th Indiana the 10th Ohio having been detached and there the Colonel so maneuvered his troops, and so distin guished himself, both for personal bra very and competency, that he was imme diately promoted to Brigadier General The brigade is now composed of the last named regiments, with Capt. Bridge's battery, and the 104th Illinois Loomis having been transferred to another com mand. At Murfreesboro our whole army was re-organized, and we there lost our old name of 17th brigade, 3rd division, and for it took the designation of 2nd brig ade, 1st division, 14th army corps. For a while we retained that number, and was then transferred to 2nd division, and became the 1st brigade, 2nd division, 14th armycorps. Our boys feel proud of their brigade and of its commander, and we feel that it is a just pride. Now, Mr. Editor, we would like to have you come down this way and see us, and you will find us quite a hospita ble set of lads, besides, you will eee how a country looks where rebellion has reigned, and a great many other things too tedious to mention, of which you could enlighten your readers. I am, sir, Q. K. Juniper Wiggins. Remarkable Cases in Surgery. Having always heard and been taught to believe that cancerous diseases were the most dangerous and difficult to cure of any known, and hearing of some very remarkable cures made by Dr. O. E. Newton, of this city, wo have been in duced to investigate the matter, hoping to benefit those so painfully afflicted, by examining some of the cases he has had and some who are still under hia treat ment. Iu doing so, we have visited bis office frequently, and will make brief mention of some of the cases referred to. Mr. Lewis Lancaster, of Harrisburg, Ky. , who has had cancer of the face, but who is now nearly cured and ready to go home. It has been of years' standing, but now seems to be entirely removed and the wound rapidly healing. Also, Mr. Geo. Rainey, of the same place, having a very angry cancer cover ing th entire back of the hand, and as bad as it is possible to exist, is beiag successfully treated, and is rapidly yield ing to the attention given it. A re markable fact attending this case is, that the patient, although receiving ac tive treatment from the Doctor, experi ences less pain than before he commenc ed the treatment. He is in fine spirits, and only regrets not having applied sooner, instead of re ceiving attention from physicians who had not a very extensive knowledge of this disease. We also saw Mr. Holman, from Mercer county, Ky., who had a ma lignant cancer of the lip, who was nearly j I r i curea, ami wouia leave lor nome in a few days. Mr. Holman had previously received treatment from other surgeons i before applying to Dr. .Newton, and with- I out success or gaining any reiiet. tie expresses himself as well satisfied with the cure. Miss Forsyth, who resides on Freeman street, in this citv, had iust : been cured and discharged; she had I upon her right cheek a cancer of ten i years' standing, and measuring, in i length, some two inches. She informs us that she had also been under treat ment without any beneficial result, be fore submitting to the care of the subject ' of this article. Mrs. Jane A. Dough ' erty, of Mount Holly, Clermont county, Uhio, who had just been cured ot cancer h'el ovpr thi, hv ty. ' y -xewton. In looking over the Doctor's cabinet of morbid specimens, we found bancers and tumors removed and cured by him, of every stage in growth and character. The case of Judge Caldwell, of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, of cancer of the face of long standing, and which caused him great apprehension, was successfully treated. George Goslin, Bevis P. O., Hamilton county, Ohio, cancer of the face. Also that taken from J. Aston, of j h same , and a caneeroua eci J men removed from the neek of Mrs Hammond's child, of Dayton, O. This cancer was so large Ma to cover the en tire side of the neck, and extending to the large blood vessels. So large was its growth, and so closely did it lie to the blood vessels, that no surgeon to whom she had applied previously could be in duced to try to relieve the case. This patient, while being operated upon, boarded with J. W. Gosling carriage manufacturer of this city. In addition j to these, we noticed the case of Mr. Mur- j dock, No. 100 Broadway, Cincinnati, ! cancer of the hp. The doctor studied his profession un der Prof. K. S. Newton who is now suc cessfully practicing in New York city until he graduated, and was his assistant in all his surgical operations, and in practicing the profession in connection with him for several years subsequently, became familiar with all his peculiar views and treatment ot the disease. Professor It. S. Newton, as is exten- ., L,num :n th:a mrnr,n:,v. uaa t man year8 in researcheg in learn- i tte of thig diseage and hag had more experience in casea 0f cancer- ; and caucroid diseases thftn anv other ; ; know DhV9ic:an. et Sftvs that it heino- one of the most dangerous and difficult , j , - i j i to cure in advanced growth, should re ceive the earliest and most prompt at tention. Our acquaintance with Dr. O. E. New ton, and knowing his long and extensive experience as a physician and surgeon, especially in this department of his pro fession, justifies us in recommending him to all who may be laboring under this dangerous affliction. We believe him fully equal to the task and treatment of this most delicate and difficult dis ease, , . There are twenty-seven papers in Mis souri which favr immediate euiancipa tion. Council Proceedings. Saturday Evening, Oct. 10,1803. Present, his Honor the Mayor and Councilmen Elliott, Birkenbuscn, New man, Schmutte and Cook. The minutes of last meeting were read and approved. On motion, bills as follows were al lowed, viz. : Bill of labor done on City Wharf up to October 10, 1863, $103 99; Ed. S. Ingle, for ice delivered at Council Chamber, $4 11; John Reese, money paid on side walk improvements, refunded, $1 35; Wm. Baker, for telegraph dispatch, 90 cents; A. Kirkpatrick, for clearing old graveyard, $10; bill of labor on Locust street crossings, $16 50; Michael Mc Inerney, for leveling done at lower Sehool-yard, $2 62; John Mclnerney, for crossings and opening gutters, $2 50; Kratz & Heilman, for two cellar grates for house at Locust Hill Cemetery, $2 40; Victor Bisch, for transferring school house lot, 65 cents; EvansviUe Gas LigLt Company, quarterly gas bill, $311 18. The Mayor recommended to Council to authorize the payment of $10,000 of the debt due for the construction of the City Wharf. And on motion of Councilman Elliott, ordered that the Mayor be authorized to pay said sum of $10,000 to the holders of said stock out of any money in the Treas ury not specially appropriated to other purposes. The Mayor was appointed a Commit tee to examine the ditch recently dug across the road from Oak Hill Cemetery, and if found according to the contract, to pay to A. S. Sullivan $25, the city's portion of the expense of digging said ditch. The Mayor was also authorized to lay off some additional lots in the Oak Hill Cemetery, and report a plat of the same to the Council. Councilmen Elliott, Birkenbusch, and Newman were appointed a Committee to examine the claim of Thos. D. Smyth for the use of water, and to pay to said Smyth the amount fixed upon. Revenue received frcm City Wharf for the week ending midnight, October 8, 1863, $47.50. The public cisterns are reported in good condition. The Council approved of the appoint ment of Jos. A. Jewett as Deputy Col lector. The Mayor presented his weekly re port of coupons of bonds of the city, is sued to the E. L & C. S. L. R. R. Co. Paid, viz: To Canal Bank, 96 coupons at $35.00 each $3,360.00 Interest to Oct. 8, 1863 306.32 Premium-on Exchange 4.58 Total $3,670.90 To Mrs. Joel A. White 42 cou pons at $35.00 each...-. $1,470.00 j Interest to Oct. 8, 1863 134.00 Premium on Exchange 2.00 Total $1,606.00 To EvansviUe Branch Bank, 6 coupons at $35.00 each $210.00 Interest to Oct 8, 1863 19.07 Premium on Exchange 29 Total S229.46 To Samuel C. Morgan, 3 cou pons at $35.00 each $105.00 Interest to Oct. 8, 1863 1.69 Premium on Exchange 14 Total $106.83 To S. H. Learned, 6 coupons at $35.00 each $210.00 Interest to Oct. 8, 1863 . Premium on Exchange 18.20 29 Total $228.50 The Committee appointed to cancel city orders, reported city orders canceled by burning, after comparing them with the register and finding them correct, to the amount ot $10,103 84. Several sidewalks were reported fin ished, aud the contractor, John Mclner- ny, was allowed the contract price for said work. Adjourned. LIQUORS. N. F. CARR & CO., TE7"HOLE8ALE DEALERS IN IMPORTED VV and Domestic Wines and Liquors, have opened at No. 2S First Street, (adjoining Messrs. Uolling8worth A Rro., Qneensware Store,) a large stock of Liquors, to which we bg to call the at tention of the trade. We are prepared to offer ex -traordinary inducements to Cash buyers, and re spectfully nvite Merchants, Bar Keepers, dealers, and all others who are interested in buying good Liquors, to call upon us before purchasing. Onr 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 Bourbon, Monongahela and Rye Whisky, which we warrant to be genuine. sep8-6m N. F. CARR A CO. BOILER MAKER. JOHN P. LAURENT, Boiler IVEeilsLor, Corner or Pine and Water Streets, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. T AM PREPARED TO MAKE ALL KIN Da X of Steam Boilers, stationary or portable. I have every facility for doing good work that good maehiuery and good workmen can give, and all work entrusted to me will be made under my per sonal supervision. Workmen sent to any pari of -the city and country to do repairing. ocl3-lm DRY GOODS. Dry Goods. HAVING RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS to our stock of Dry Goods, we invite our nu merous customers to examine our stock aud prices before purchasing elsewhere. 8CHAPKER A BU38ING, octH 4'J Main Street. Cloaks Again. WE HAVJf JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER nice lot "of Ladies' Cloaks, Sacques, Ac, which we will sell cheap. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, octS 49 Main Street. Order Your Ronnets. OUR STOCK OF MILLINERY CANNOT BE excelled. In silk we have every shade from a subdued 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 reduced millinery prices. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, 4t Main Street. Carpets! Carpets!! Carpets!!! VVJY, TIAVE NOW A SPLENDID A8SORT V MENT of Carpets to which we respectfully call the attention of the public. SCHAPKER A BUSSING'S, No. 49 Main Street. SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S Shawl and Cloak Department. A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF THIS Department will satisfy every one that thoy can bo suited in quality and prices. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, No. 10 Main Street. SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S Millinery Department. HAVING MADE THIS A SPECIAL PART of our business, and having bought every thing In that line direct from importers and manufacturers, we defy competition. Misses Epperson and Bellam, who have charge of the Trimming Department, flatter themselves that they cannot be surpassed in trimming by any Milliner. MANTUA MAKING. HEADQUARTERS FOR CLOAK, MANTILLA AND MRS. ELIZA SPEIGLEBERG, i TN THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON 1 First Street, has just received fresh kupplies ' from the East, of the richest fabrics, and Is now ! prepared to make np to order on the most reason I able terms. Cloaks, Mantlas, Circles, and Sacquee ) of the lest material and of the most beautiful ! styles. Her stork 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 cotu : petitors in both s tye and prices. Mrs. Spiegelberg also has bought a large as sortment of Silks, Head Dressses, Hair Braids and Curls, Ladys' Pocket Handkerchiefs of every style and a great many other articles lor the convo i niencs of the Ladies of EvansviUe and vicinity too ! numerous to mention. The be9t Sewing Machines of Grover A Baker . manufactory fo r femily use, for sale by Mrs. ELIZA 8PIEGELBERG, No. 13 First Street bet Main and Second. sep22 MUSIC STORE. WARREN & CONYNGTON'S MUSIC STOH.a3 A D Bazaar of Fancy Goods. PIANO FORTES, MELODEONS, HARMONI UMS, Accordeons, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Clarionets, and everything usually kept in Music Stores. The only stock of Sheet Music and Instruction Boosts For all Instruments will be found here. The very best Italian Violin, Guitar, Vtelincello and Banjo Strings always on hand. Fancy Goods, Toys and Nottoas at Wholesale and Retail. Old Pianos taken in exchange for new ones. Instruments of all kinds repaired and tuned. sep4 No. 1 MAIN STREET, EvansviUe. DENTIST. HAAS .CI, 1 Y THANKFUL FOB THE -iue received during the past four llral pat. years, and Doing 1 eraianent resident of this city, desires all perso (whether they need his profes sional services or - t ) t o visit his rooms and see the Various Style t work Manufactured Improvements and Inventions Are being made, and everything that will subserve the Interests of his patients is secured by him. H I Establishment and Faclllti s Are equal to any in EASTERN CITIES. He has Several Anaesthetics roa Alleviating; Pain when Extracting Teeth. 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 him. Irregularities of Children's Teeth success fully corrected. Those having DECAYED TEETH Should either have them Extracted or Filled, (the latter if possible.) The health of the parties and the remaining Teeth demand it. NEURALGIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED. ALSO CLEFT PALATE OIRee on First St , Near Post Ofllee. HARDWARE, &c. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., DEALERS IN U A R X W ARE AND CUTLERY No. 13 FIRST STREET, ' (SIGN BIG MILL. SAW,) Have received a complete stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Hardware, Purchased aud Imported direct from the j Manufacturers TP Enabling us to offer inducements 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 the celebrated ! brands, Chains Log, Trace and Halter, Table and Pocket Cntlery, 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. MACHINEST. JKUSVl AE KRATZ. J. HF.1LMAM. KRATZ Sl HEILMAN, City Foxixxdry, Manufacturers aud Builders of Steam Engines and Boilers, Saw ana Grist Mill Ma chinery, Tobacco Screws, Gumming Machines, Chinese sugar Cane Mills, THRESHING MACHINES, &c., EVANSYILLE, IKD. ' 1 1HE PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY FOUND I ry beg leave to inform their friends and the public in general, that they are prepared to do all kinds of Macnine & Finishing Work And everything appertaining to the Foundry bus iness. They are manufacturing Steam Engines and Boilers of any size and power required. Saw Mill 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 ud Brass Cast ings of every description, Iron Hoase Fronts, Cel lar Grates, Ac. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Ac. Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c. nppUed with every description of Copper and Jheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators, AttempoRtors, Sparges, Stillhoads and Worms on an improved principle, Columns for Alcohol Stills, Yeast Jugs, Cans, Syphons, Ac. ; Copper, Lead and Iron Pipe ; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every variety, for Beer, Spirits, Oil, Ac. Brass Cocks and Valves, Sbsara .Whistles, Ac. Werkmen sent to all parts to fit up work and do repairs on Sn are Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron Work, 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 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 them, their individual attention,' filling orders promptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied with reasonable prices. aWOffice and Sale Rooms, Foundry, Boiler-yard Machine Shop on Pine stFeet, between First and acond streets EvansviUe. Ind. dec 7 HARDWARE. GEO. S. SONNTAG&CQ., Jobbers and Importers. Hardware and Cutlery. Our Pall 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 CUTLERY, English. TABLE CVTLERY, Amsricsn. TABLE CVTLERY, English. TABLE CVTLERY, American. POCKET CUTLERY. POCKET CVTLERY. POCKET CVTLERY. POCKET CVTLERY. CHOPPING AXES. CHOPPING AXES. CHOPPING AXES. CHOPPING AXES SHEARS AND SCISSORS SHEARS AND SCTSSOES SHEAR3 AND SCISSORS SHMAM8 A NP SCISSORS TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. TABLF AND TEA SPOONS. TABLi: AND TEA SPOONS. MILL AND CUT SAWS MILL AND CUT SAWS WOOD AND HAND SAWS. WOOD AND HAND SAWS. BUILDER'S HARDWARE. MECHANICS TOOLS. BUILBEKS HARDWARE, MECHANICS TOOLS. GVNB AND PISTOLS. CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS, SUNS ATD PISTOLS. CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS PLATFORM AND COVNTER SCALES. PLATFORM AND COVNTER SCALES. SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS. SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS. GEO. S. SO Jf NT AG & CO., No. 10 IKaln Street. STEAM BAKERY. Bread for the Hungry ! NEW STEAmT BAKERY, WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. 1X7E DESIRE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS TV of EvansviUe, and the community in geu- eral, that our NEW STEAM BAKERY, I NO. 11 WATER STREET, ; Is now in successful operati-n, and we shall keep constantly on hand and make to order, on short ; notice, all articles made at like manufactories; I aUch as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Ac, Ac. Being supplied with all the modern machinery to faciliate us in our business, we flatter ourselves ' that we can give the most ample satisfaction in the quality of our goods and in prices. We will also Keep on nana a large and choice stock of Confections, Fruit j. Nuts, Cigars, Ac, to which we call attention. Orders for public or private Parties, Festivals, Balls, Ac , Ac, promptly filled on reasonable terms. se18tf A. WELD A CO. FOREIGN LIQUORS. EDGES'! EAPPLtB. WM. SCHHAKEXSrSO. KIPPLER & SIHNAKEXBl Rti, Importers ind Dealers io Whiskys, Brandies, Wines, Gins, &c, &c, &c. Also Rectifiers and Manufacturers of Domestic Wines snd Liquors. NO. WATEB ST., bat. Main and Sycamore, augH EVANSVILLE. IND. I MARBLE WORKS. UHLH0RN & BRINKMAN, (Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in AMERICAN tXD ITALIAN MARBLE. Main Street Near Court House. EVANSVILLE, - - - INDIANA &Monunients, M kinds of Furuiture W ecu ted in the latest an ties. Tombs, Vases, and all V . ; ; and promptly ex '. est styles. ded Xix H.ocelvod, Direct from the Qnarr.e?, the The Finest Stock of Marble Ever brought te this market, and for rale at STREET & YOUNG'S American and Italian Marble Manufactory, WARE AD SALES ROOM KTo. 134 MAIN STREET, Near the Canal Onr facilities for furnishing those nishing MONUMBNTS, GRAVESTONES, T O MB S , MANTLES, Or anything else in our line, are unsurpassed in the West Onr Stock of Marble is complete, haying been selected with great care at the Quarries. myfidAw GROCERIES. HENRY LUTZ, Dealer in GROOERIBS AKD PROVISIONS, Cor. Chesnnt Street and the Cast al 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 wagens, having a good stable and w.gon-yard. My Bar is also open for customers. H. LUTE. octC-lwd&lniw FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES. STEPHEN H. S. COOK, 125 Main Street, Between Sixth and Seventh, Is the place to obtain the Cheapest and best FAMILY GROCERIES Good Sugar 7 pounds for 91 . Excellent Coffee 3 pound for 1. Everything else in proportion. Eatables of all kinds kept constantly on hand. Call sndexasaine articles aud prices before purchashigg elsewhere. sWGnod Fresh Butt, r received every Saturday. mg8 WM.GrLENN & SONS, Wholesale Grocers. 70 and 73 Vine Street, Bet. Second and Pearl Sts. CINCINNATI, O. HAVE ALWAT8 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 we invite the atten tion of Merchants. sepl9 samcel E. Gilbert. William R. Bakes S. . GILBERT & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Sycamore Street, bet. Water and First, Evansville, Ind. A fell annrtment of Groceries always on Rand, od for sale . tho lowest prices. NEW SALOON. SHAEFEBS SALOON. BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT, On Third Street between Main and Sycamore. EVANSVIXLE, INDIANA. oct9-lm CHANGE OP EXCHANGE A NEW ARRANGEMENT SAM GRAMMES A HARRY J0R380X having purchased Theodore's Exchange, ABE FITTING IT UP IN EXCELLENT il style ior a nrst class BILLIARD SALOON and RESTAUR A5T. They will keep at the bar the best brands o ' 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 vasty deep will be made to contribute of their richest j stores. Especial attention will be given to the sssMss, 1 which will be under charge of the most competent ai fists. Their Billiard Room is large and their TABLES FIRST CLASS. The establishment will re-open on Tuesday next. A liberal share of public patronage is respectfully ' elicited. mf303m SASH AND DOORS. .J AMES STEELE, (Successor to Steels A Hmnsav) I SECOND ST., BET. CHESTNUT AND CHERBT, EVANSYILLE, INDIANA. SASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS Dressed Lumber ' Boards, Laths, Ac, of every description constantly I on hand. Packing Boxes of all kinds made to or. erder. Sawing of every kind dona on tha shortest , notice. apl8-ly W. HUNNELL, CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CANAL, EVANSVILLE, I N B . , Has on hand the largest lot of Sashes, Doors, Blinds, Frames, sic, Ever Manufactured in the West. THEY ARE OF MY OWN MATTE : J.." "Uo fine lot Whit Pine and Popular sloonug. Moulding of all kinds made and sawing of all descriptions doue at the shortest notice. GROCERIES. SUNDRIES Strawberry aud Lemon Syrup, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Essence of Coffee, Wooden Bowls, English Walnuts, Figs, Raisins, Currants, Rock Candy, Oysters, Shoe, Horse and Scrubbing Brashes, Lobsters, Sardines, Alum, Epsom Salts, Roll Brimstone, Suiphnr, 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 Vara, Ground Ginger, Castile Soap, Playing Cards, Glass Jars. Lanterns, Tum blers sod Flasks, Pepper Sauce, Matches, Pickles, Mustard, Fish of all kinds. Tomato CaUnp.Powder, Safety Fuse, Soaps of all kinds, Starch, Teas, Vin egar,' Letter, Note, Cap, and Fancy Paper, Wrap mnir Paper, Envelopes. Salt Petre. Gum Drons Wooden Bowls, Jujube Paste, Cinnamon, Coal Oi Clothes Pins, British Lustra, Bonnet Boards, Ink Cloves, Nails, Sash, Glass, Spirits Turpentine, all spice, Sal Soda, Pain Killer, Licorice, Ac, Ac. Ac A supply of the above kept constantly on hand and for sale low by S. E. GILBERT A CO., Iytf No. 4 Sycamore Stmt.