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TERMS IX AMAXCET FOR DAILY. fi no Six naVnths 3 K1 Three months l .supplied by csTiers at 12 cents per week FOR WEEKLY. hree months x months i Year 1 so FOR TRI-WEKKLY. Six months 2 00 MR year 4 00 DRY GOODS KEEN & PRESTON I J AVE JUM RECEIVED 1 I ireueral assortment of A LARGK AND Desirable Dry Goods, a nidi they -nvite the ' trade " to call and ex amine prices and qualities; believing, knowing, l hey can save dealers additional freight and ex penses in going further Eastward. jaulS A. C. PUSHEE. P-EALEB IN Foreign & American Fancy Goods, OmS, BRUSHES, PURSES, WALLETS, v:u heis. Toilet Soaps Rubber Goods, UA31K5, YANKEE NOTIONS, '.adlcs Baskets, Children Cabs, dfce. No. 20, Main Street, "r-VANSVILLE, .... INDIANA L.AW CARDS W . H. WALKER, Jr , ATTORNEY AT LAW, E VA NS VILLE, IND., Office on Third Street, -lv Opposite Court House. U RLES DENBY", Attorney tvt Law, ft a iMksl the practice of Law. Office on Third Strart, middle of Hall's Block, np stairs. Sb2 JAMES A-t toruey RE ID, at Law AND COLLECTING AGENT. OFMCE On Third Street, third door from '. Street, iu the Crescent City Bank Buiiuing, EVAN3VILLE, INDIANA. Hia-ly Jas. T- Walker, JIFSTIOS OF THE PEACE AND Agent for obtaining Pensions, Back Pay and Bounty rvOR DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND FOR : t ae Widows and other legal representatives of those who die in the service of the United States. ".' 'on the North-West side of Third Str.-et, near the Washington House .nd nearly opposite t li I'.mrt Hon e, Eransvil e, Indiana. All basiness entrusted to him w'll lie promptly Wn-ied ti. jyI8-lv NOTICE. NOTIC TO SHIPPERS. r Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils. Tb nir1erigned pay their Particular Attention Tt- rb' sale ,,f the above articles, and SOAP STOCKS GENERALLY. Consignments sent to them will be PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF mid Quick eturns Made n very advanced terms. We mail our AVeeltly Circular gratis to all sending their address ro ARK HI KMUHT &. SONS, 23 Water Street, N. T. City. iylOdOsn VARIETY STORE. PUSHEE S VARIETY STORE, No. 20 Main Street, 1 llir. I. . I. TO t l.NI Jt AJIUI Combs, Bros' es. Pocket Wallets, Card Caes, Tablets, Pcissors, Knives, Watch Keys, Guard i bains, Thimbles, Needles, Pins, Tape Measures, Bead", Belt Clasps, Goggles, Spectacles. Thcr mometors, French Harps, Pop Guns, Ivory Rat tles, Marbles. Chessmen, Dolls, Corset Clasps, Steel Pens, I'enciles, Games, Bubber Balls, Toilet Soap, Je-.lry, A'iolin Strings, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Feather Dusters, Bird Cages, Childrens' Carriages, Ladies' Fancy Work and Traveling Baskets, &c, &c, at wholesale and re tail. sep21 PICTURE GALLERY. MEDICAL. B. J. DAY, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. EXAMINIG SURGEON FOR PENSIONARY. OFFICE On Second Street, between Main and Locust. RESIDENCE At Sherwood House Kvansville. January 6, 18S3. S. W. THOMPSON, U. D . PHYSICIAN & SURGEON OrricE amd Resihesce No. 35 Walsit Sheet (At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. noT29-lv I ( IZ YTYP K , PHOTOGRAPS AND ALSO, WEDDING CARDS, Mowntetl in Ceantiful Style, AT Adam's Photographic Gallery, OVER POST-OFFICE. SOAP AND CANDLES. I?iiilip Decker, (Successor to Decker A Kramer), -f V J MSI auuxaubuici vx AiH.ro. Ul) SOAP AND CANDLES. Also, an extra article of BUUNING, ENGINE, AND CAR OIL Dealers is Resin, Soda, Ashes, Ax. Also Pure Catawba Win Jf our own raisi-ig, in quantities to suit pur chasers, U Afoin HtrtH, beiwem Firtt and Second, Evans vilxe, IsniANA. r Terras cash, or ) days' paper negotiable ft .ink. jMlpW 1 9 INTELLIGENCE OFFICE rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AN A Intelligence Office on Third Street, four doors west of the Washington Hotel, where he will give strict and prompt attention to all business In tha line. JOHN WATMAN. Zeitung copy apis ..ifsf- Q Jgj L KilSfiitt CD: x z , K A VOLUME XVI SADDLERY Charles 13alcocis:9 m PORTER AND DEALER IN foach and Saddlery Hardware. MAIN STREET, K VA NS V TL t E, ISDIA X A . j IT 1V1XG COMPLETED MY' ARRANUi, si meats srftl Eurnpeau aud American mann- hetcntrs i- r iitect suj ply of all goods in my Use i I am enabled to oflbr inducements tliat can not fail 10 be to the interest nfall cngssud in the biisin-ss I f0 j-ive me a trial. 1 T Iihit o iiai t . oft ne be.t c-tfei Lands, euuineled atA Mill kinds of Leathe. '-'loth.., Linings for Carriages , arnlsaes, CifingB of all kinds ; i !!e Trees, English Bridle Leathers , Bits. Stirrups. Spurs, Hames. tine sUei Hasi.s of al! kinds; 7enry Lind Olg Trees; Self-adjnstins i'ade ; Taylor's "Patent Hartles ; Fk Nets; Shoo Threads; ERgte Bankets ; Londor Girth Webs, America Girtli and Rein Weaa, both otton and worsted ; Lon- Welt Skins, a superior article : Ivory ; Gntta Pcrchaatid tirade i ' I Martengai Jiintrs; rtipcrlor Wershjfor ' Horse Covers : the b"et quality ef Carriage Rolts ; Pal. ut ig Trees, Ac, c., u., Ac I keep in fact everything appertaining to eitbei branch of tLe businesj, and understanding btb branches Uiorougkly, we would respectfully invia yonr attention before purchasing elsewhere. I am ! Ag-tt for Ward's Pat-nt Spring Sa t.i"d .!. W. F. CORW1N. J. . MA-: tir.E THE NSW FIRM. vv E. THE SCBSCETBERS, WIIOLESALK uiannfactiirers of Saddi.-s. Bridl. HnTWnt Haraesn, 4c, desire to iniorn the public that we have largely increased our .-: .!; on hand, and liy closo application ourselves and the employment of good workman in our shops, we are abls to fur nish on short notice any and all kinds and quanti ties of work to suit the trade. Those who will favor ns with a call, can satisfy themaelvot, that they can procure, at lower prices, good substan tial, fancy and dnrible work of us than they can anywhere else, (aud fsr better than 'he Eastern sliop-work.) The member 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 fluish or quality of work, give better satisfaction to those patronizing ns ; feel confident it will be tu the interest of all to come and see for themselves be fore purchasing elsewhere. Store on Locnst Street, above tho Sherwood House, between First and Second Pten-l, No. 2 N. B. Guarantee all we sell. sep'i W. F. CORWIN A CO. REMOVAL rJ-HE UNDERSIGNED FIRM HAVE RE 1 moved their Saddlery establishment to the Corner of Main ami Se cond Street, in the room oe cepied by Fred. Krone, deceased. C. W0LFFj7KR0EPSCH.- MANUrACTrKEES OF AND DEALERS IN Saddles, Harness, CO LARS, &c, &c, Main Street, Cor. Second, (Store formerly occuppied by Fred Krone.) VA.A11 orders attended to with dispatch. Work warranted. novlVlv BOOTS & SHOEr W. II. WALKER. ;'A.v.c. WALKER & EVANS U' IkiI !' :: - Exclusive: HOES Kb, 81 MAIN STREE'I, Evansville, Ind W devolo our whole time aud atleution to the Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively Consequently can give you bettir bargains than those who an- dabbling " in Boots aud Shoes in connection with other business. City and County Orders taken at par for Goods. sepS-ly - - - , SEGARK, &c. SCHROEDER LEMCKE, WHOLESALE DEALESS IK Cig-ars, Smoking, Chewing Tobacco, Snuff, Pipes, &c. TSTo. BO 3Ea,jL3a. EVANSVTLLE, IND. behave now, and will keep, on hand a complete nd well assortel stock ef CIGARS & TOBACCO, AND OFFER TnE SAME TO THE PUBLIC LOW FOR CASH. .Sutlers Win And it to their interest fo call and examin-' oar prire'i. We are enabled to iei to them as low as any house in the West. oetl7-ia-w " SCHROKUEK A LKMCKE STOYE WOR&3. r. W. BKTVK1SRYEP.. A. H FT.KLl NO SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS B R I hi K M E Y E R&Tc O . , Manufacturer of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings, House, Fronts, Verandas, Balconies, Castings in General, COPPER, TIN AND 91IT.Tr TTN WARE, ic BST Salsa Room Main Street, opposite Court House. Foundery Near the Mouth of Pigeon Creek EVASSVILLE, INI. i)i;jKlis SOLICITED -g 1V9 NOTICE. OFFICE OF THE EVANSVILLE GAS) LIGHT COMPANV. October 1. f T he annual ELtCTi N Fujt the - Directors of this Company will be Ueld ou A r... Monday, tho 28th day of October, 186S. wets JNO J. CHANDLER, President. VILLK DAILY JOURNAL MORNING EDITION. PUBLISHED BY JAMES H. McNEELY. F. M. THAYER. JNO. H. McNEELY'. L'NOEB THE F1BH OF THE Evans viile Journal Company. Journal Building's, LOCUST STREET, PETWEEN FIRST AND WATER. MUNDAY". OCTOBER 19 Gen. Mcl'lellan. There was wanting but one thinir to crown fieri ttr-flr-llan'a military filnr. I This he has supplied in his letter en- i &rsing the candidate of the Peace De- ! mucracy for Governor of Pennsylvania. I We print it in full, that we may have the ! prospective Democratic candidate for President on thejecord: t. N(.E, N. J., Oct. 12. Hon. Chat. J. Biddle: Dear Sir: My attention has been I called to an article in the Philadelphia , Press, asserting that I had written to the managers of the Democratic meeting at Allentown, disapproving the objects of , the meeting, and that if I voted or spoke, I it would be in favor of Governor Curtin. : I am informed that similar assertions have been made throughout the State. It has-been my earnest endeavor, hereto fore, to avoid participation in party poli : tics, and I am determined to adhere to this course: but it is obvious that I can : not longer maintain silence under such misrepresentations. I therefore request j you to deny that I have written any such letter, or entertain any such views as : these attributed to me in the Philadel ' phia Press, and I desire to state clearly and distinctly, that having some few days ago had a full conversation with Judge Woodward, I find that our views agree; and I regard his election as Governor of Pennsylvania called for by the interests of the nation. I understand Judge Woodward to be in favor of the prosecution of the war with all the means at the command of the loyal States until the military power i of the rebellion is destroyed. I under stand him to be of the opinion that while ; the war is urged with all possible decis ion and en.jrgy, the policy directing it : should be iu consonance with the princi : pies of humanity and civilization, work ing no injury to private rights and prop erty not deraantied by military necessity and recognized by military law among civilized nations; and, finally, I under stand him to agree with me in the opin ion that the sole great objects of this war are the restoration of the unity of the Nation, the preservation of the Constitu tion, and the supremacy of the laws of the country. Believing that our opinions entirely agree upon these points, I would, were it in my power, give to Judge Woodward my voice and my vote. I am, respectful iy, yours, Geo. B. McClellan. TIu- JpMilt !n Indiana. : The absence of any general ticket, which could have been made the means j of testing accurately the sentiment of ' this State, leaves us no better ivay of , estimating our recent victory, or whether we have won any, than taking the gains : already reported, and applying them to the whole State. Though an uncertain, this is not an unreasonable mode, as we i have returns from at least thirty coun i ties, and it is not at all likely that one i third of all scattered through the rest, i would be affected by a Union feeling ; which the rest escaped. ' So far we have j no gain of less than 100 reported, and in many cases, as in this county, Shelby, Noble, Vigo and Tippecanoe, it rises from 300 to 600. We measure ourgains, ! of course, against the vote last year, when we were beaten. An average will be about 200, and a gain of 200 in each county makes a difference of abont 20, j 000." The Democratic majorityl.astyear I was a little less than 10,000, consequent" !y our majority this year is not far from theirs last. This is rough guessing, we j admit, but the uniformity of the gains j no single county we have yet heard of i showing the old Democratic majority ; corresponding with Union gains of larger ; extent in other States where the canvass was closer and the interests depending j greater, makes it a sort of guessing that will do to rest a conviction upon that treason in Indiana has got as hard a blow as it has in Pennsylvania. We cannot, in glancing at the results cf the late elections, fail to recall as the most startling feature, the tremendous magnitude of the majorities. The Cop perheads have not simply been beaten, they have been smashed, powdered, and the dust trampled on. Kentucky never ; pave such a majority as last August, i She piled up 50,000 on Wicklifle's head, ! and left barely the tail of the serpent vis ible under the heap. Maine followed , with 20,000, double and treble what used j to be considered large majorities. Then i Vermont added hers, alwavs so large that it could not well be larger without the vote bad been unanimous. Then California came with 20,000, Iowa with lo,000, Indiana with at least 10,000, anil no State ticket to bring out the vote. No wonder Governor Morton said iu his ! speech on Wednesday that such unan- j imity at such a period of thu war, was the most astonishing exhibition of firm- 1 ness, tenacity and heroism ever seen in the history of the world. Whatever else , may happen, the rebels are not to succeed through the power of the Copperheads. So much is proved. Indianapolis Jour- j nal, loth. The Sullivan Democrat confesses that the result of the election in Ohio is a great disappointment to it We quote its exact language. It will swear, some day, that it never said it: The telegraphic reports from Ohio in dicate the election ot IJrough by a ma jority of 75,000. We confess this is a disappointment to us. We had hoped the people of Ohio would assert their manhood and love of liberty, by rebuking the despotic act of the Administration in exiling -Mr. Vallandigham for no offense against law. The unscrupulous dema gogues at the head of affairs at Wash ington have a government patronage five times greater than any administra tion ever before enjoy ;d; and there can be no doubt it was lavishly used to de feat the Democratic party. We do not despair, however, of the American people ultimately getting their eyes open to their danger. We think another year of war, and heavy taxation, and plundering of the treasury, and high prices, and infractions of the Coustitution, and denial of individual rights, aud acts of despotism generally, will effectually cure them of a disno.sit.irm to repose further confidence in the iaco- i: l t . --.' J 4 oms wno are rusiuncr our country on to A rrn. 1 ?j .- , , ucsuucuuu. xue rr regiaenu&i election ot 1864 will tell a different tale. EV oVILLE, IND., MONDAY, OCTOBER 19 From Our Own Correspondent. Army Correspondence. Army of the Cumberland. 1 I Chattanooga. Tenn., Oct S, '63. j j Editor Journal: One year ago to-1 day, the 42d Indiana, commanded by Col. Jones, was led into the fight at j ! Chaplain Hills. Many, very many, charges have taken place since that time, and many a brave soldier has found his ! last resting place. The rebels are still in oar immediate j front, and occasionally they send a few- 3110113 lnt0 our camP shells into our camp, while ever and anon a shot is fired from our work;?. T,lere 13 not nor bas ntbeen, any picket firinS lor several days, and though the lines are ver-v cose together, still each Party keeP8 very quiet Those in cam) are veT grateful for &is, as picket firing is a great annoyance, and, except when an enemy is advancing, of but little im portance. Chattanooga has been quite a place in its day bas doubtless had a population of, I should judge, three thousand; but its citizens have deserted it, aud but few are left to tell the tale of Bragg's last loug look upon this, the key that unlocks East Tennessee and North Georgia to Uncle Samuel. Bragg left but little behind him, which is conclusive evidence to my mind that he didn't intend to return. Some rebels came upon a train of ours the other day, and as the guard was very light, it behooved the teamsters to take care of themselves as best they could. Some ran, and some trembled and feared, but the most philosophical of all was a teamster of the 42d Ind., who, when he saw the rebs coming, and his fellow teamsters " skedaddling, " cried out, " If I have to die, I will die by my mules, " a strong animal affection truly, but not stronger affection than that which a woman bore for her potato patch of which I heard an officer speak: While marching iu the mountains, a certain regiment of this army encamped ! near a potato patch, belonging to a se- ! sesh. The regiment being short of M grub " the boys thought to " go for " the potatoes; and so they did, but seat-j ed in the middle of the patch of pota toes, they found a guard in the person of j a huge '' fair one, " who asserted that : she was the lawful owner, and that she ' did not care for General Rosecrans, General Hill. General Bragg, or General anybody else, that she would sit in that jjatch just as she tu till she froze fast to the earth, before she would give up the " taters. " Dr. Adams, of Petersburg, formerly, but now of the loth Indiana, is a phi- lanthtopist Shortly after our troops occupied this place, a ladv made her ap pearance at the picket line, but could not be admitted. She would not go away, but remained for some time, when the Lieutenant of the guard discovered that she was ill. He accordingly sent for Dr. Adani3, who promptly made his appearance, and in a shor'.time the wo man was the mother of a fine boy. The Doctor sent for an imbalance, aud the lady was conveyed inside our Ki.es. properly cared for, and allowed to sei ner husband next morning, who was a rebel soldier, and in jail here. He took the oath and went on his way North with his wife the wife blessing Dr Adams. Before this reaches you. this army will I have been re-organized. How, I can't 1 exactly tell, but the ten Divisions will probably be consolidated into six, and some changes will probably be made in commanders, but of that I can't advise you. The whole armv praises Gen. Geo. H. Thomas, and looks upon him as one of , the greatest Generals of the ae. The Fourteenth Army Corps, which he com mands, is not alone in his praise, but all accord to him the highest honor, Rod praise not only his talent, but eulogise him for personal bravery in the highest degree. Perhaps your readers may wonder why I do not attempt to describe the fight. Well, there is the best reason in the world. I wasn't there. 1 had been to old Hoosier to see the " Butternuts," and the boys got up the fight before I got back; but enough' of generalities have already been written and published any how. I picked up an old copy of the Chatta nooga Rebel the other day, which con tained a speech of the renowned Jeff. Davis to the troops at Murfreesboro, made nearly a vear ao;o. Speaking ot i the duration of the-war, Jeff, said: "The duration of the war is only a question oj time, which was, of course, received with thunders of applause. Seven deserters from the rebel lines came in this morning a Sergeant and s;x men, all of the 5th Ky. Confed erate. When it is quiet, we are sure to get deserters either from Tennessee or Kentucky troops A fe ti days since a ! Lieutenant of the rebel army came into ! our lines, deserting the enemy. They can have a Very fair chance to do so now, as our lines are so near together that at j night there is but little danger. We had a rain a few days since that swelled the Tennessee river over our bridges, but we are all right now, aud have everything in good working order. ; .Next luesday, the election comes r n aud the Ohio soldiers will speak for themse ves. The people at home will then have a chance to know how the boys feel, and what they will say. If the Indiana soldiers had a vote, I would feel a pride in recording the vote. They would tell a story that would make the oldest "Butternut" in the woods burst wide open. Respeatfully, Q. K. Jumper Wiggins. General Rosecrans' Con; Order. ratulatorj Huadq'rs Dep't of the Cumberland, Chattanooga, Oct. 2, 1863. ORDERS NO. 3. Army of the Cumberland: You have made a grand and success ful campaign; you have driven the rebels ; from Middle Tennessee. You crossed a ! great mountain range, placed yourselves on the banks of a broad river, crossed it in the face of a powerful, opposing army, and crossed the other great mountain ranges at the only practicable passes, some forty miles between extremes. You concentrated in the face of superior numbers; fought the combined armies of Bragg, which you drove from Shelbyville to Tullahoma, of Johnston's army from Mississippi, and the old and tried vete rans of Longscreet's corps, and for two days held them at bay, giving them blow tor mow, wun ueavy interest. hen the day closed, you held the field, from which you withdrew, in the facs of over powering numbers, to occupy the point for which you set out Chattanooga. Yju have accomplished toe great work of the campaign; you hold the key of Last Tennessee, of Northern Georgia and of the enemy's mines of coal and nitre. Let these achievements console you for the regret you experience that arriv als of fresh hostile troops forbade your remaining on the field to renew the bat tle; for the right of burying your gallant dead, and caring for your brave com panions who lav wounded on the field. The losses you have sustained, though j heavy, are slight, considering the odds against vou. and the stake vou have won. You hold in your hands the substan tial fruits of a victory, and deserve, and ' will receive the honor and plaudits of a grateful nation, which asks nothing of 1 even those who have been fighting us, j but obedience to the Constitution and laws established for our own common benefit. The General commanding earnestly ; begs every officer and soldier of this ar- ! my to unite with him in thanking AU j mighty God for His favors to us. He i presents his hearty thanks and congrat- ! ulations to all the officers and soldiers of : and perseverance, and the undaunted courage displayed by those who fought with such unflinching resolution. Neither the history of the war, nor probably the annals of any battle, furnish a loftier example of obstinate bravery and enduring resistance to superior num bers when troops, having exhausted their ammunition, resorted to the bayo nets, many, times, to hold their position against such odds as did our left and centre, comprising troops from all the corps, on the afternoon of the 20th of September, at the battle of Chicamauga. Signed: W. S. Rosecrans, Major-General Commanding. Fight near Mcni phisThe 66th Indi ana Engaged. A special dispatch to the Cincinnati ; Commercial, dated Memphis, Oct. 12th, gives the following account of a fight I last Saturday near Memphis, in which a j Spartan band of Union soldiers were vie , torious. Our forces fought from oehind 1 a stockade, and, therefore, did not lose near as many as the rebels must have ; done, who were in an open field. The 13th Regulars lost 9 killed and 27 wounded, and 7 missing. The 60th In diana's loss was about the same. " Saturday morning a train left this place for Corinth, at the regular hour, passing through all right. A couple of hours later a special train, having on board (!en. Sherman and staff, and 300 of the 13th Regulars, started, and on coming to Collierville, eighteen miles from here, was fired into with artillery and musketry. Two cannon balls went through the locomotive and tender, emp tying the water and breaking the lever used for reversing. the engine. The train was stopped, and the cars evacuated for the protection of the stockade at the sta tion. Previously, the pickets of Colonel Anthony, of the 66th Indiana, who holds Collierville, had been driven in. Gen. Sherman had scarcely time to form his men ana the 600 Indiana boys, before j the force was attacked by Chalmers. His 1 force was composed of seven regiments j one regiment Arkansas troops, two of Texan ((Jen. McCullough's men,) and ' balance Mississippians, numbering in all nearly 3,000. After fighting near five hours, and after some fine maneuvering bj the General, the Confederates were completely routed. At one time tlie rebels had possession of the train, and set fire to the beautiful car of General Webster, which he had loaned to General ! Sherman but it was retaken and the fire ! extinguished. The rebels burned three trestle-work bridges, but they have been repaired." STEAM BAKERY. j 7 , Bread KM til8 MllUgTV ! NEW STEAM BAKERY, WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. W E DJC8UM TO INFORM THE CITIZENS of Evansville, aud the community in aren- eral, that our a NEW STEAM BAKERY, NO. 11 WATER STREET, Is now in successful operation, and we shall keep constantly on hand and make to order, on short notice, all articles made at like manufactories; such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Ac, Ac. Being supplied with all the modern machfuery to faciliate us in our business, we flatter ourselves that we can give the most ample satisfaction in the quality of our goods and iu prices. We will also keep on hand a large and choice stock of Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, &c , to which we call attention. Orders for public or private Parties, Festivals, Balls, Jtc &c , promptly tilled on reasonable seilStf A. WELD A CO. ' "11H LIQUORS. N. F. CA1IR & CO., TXTHOLESALE DEALERS IN IMPORTED t and Domestic Wines and Liquors, have openaj at No. 28 First Street, (adjoining Messrs. Hollingsworth A Bro., Oueeusware Store,) a large stock of Liquors, to which we beg 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 Wiuss and Liquors of almost every grade. Also, a largo assortment of old Bonrbon, Monongahela and Rye Whisky, which we warrant to be genuine. sepS-6m N. F. CARR & CO. DRY GOODS. Dry Goods. HAVING RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS to ou.- stock of Dry Goods, we invite our nu merous customers to examine our stock and prices before purchasing elsuwhere. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, octS 49 Main Street. Cloaks Again. E HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER nice lot 'of Ladies' 'Cloaks. Sacones. Ar . VV which we will sell cheap. SCHAPKER & BUSSING, 4'J Main Street. octS Order Your Bonnets. OUR STOCK OF MILLINERY CANNOT BE excelled. In silk we have every shade from a subdued elephant to a butternut co!or. 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 BUSS1 SG. 49 Main Street. Carpets! Carpets:! Carpets!!! TK HAVE NOIT A SPLENDID AS80BT T V MENT of Carpets to which we respectfully call the attention of the public. SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S, No. 40 Main Street. SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S Shawl and Cloak Department. A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF THIS Department will satisfy every one that they ean be suited in quality and prices. SCHAPKER & BUSSING, No. 49 Main Street. SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S Millinery Department. HAVING MADE THIS A SPECIAL PART of our business, aud having bought every thing in that line direct from importers and manu&cturers, we defy competition. Misses Epperson and Bellam, who have charge of the Trimming Department, flatter themselves that they cannot be surpassed in trimming bv any Milliner. MANTUA MAKING. HEADQUARTERS FOR CLOAK, MANTILLA AND ZD V ess TVtln.T: 1ng 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 np to order on the most reason -eble terms. Cloaks, Mantlas, Circles, and Sacques of the best material and of the most beautiful styles. Hor stock is bo 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 iu both stye and prices. Mrs. Spiegelberg also has bought a large as sortment of Silks, Head Dressses, Hair Braids and Curls, Ladys' Pocket Handkerchiefs of every atvJe and a great many other articles for the 'conve nience of the Ladies of Evansville at. d vicinity too numerous to mention. The best Sewing Machines of G rover fc Baker manufactory for familv use, for sale by Mrs. ELIZA SPIEGELBERG, No. 13 First Street bet Main and Second. sep22 MUSIC STORE. WARREN & COBYNGTON'S XTSIIO STORB AMD Bazaar of Fancy Goods. PIANO FORTES, MELODEONS, HARMONI UMS, Accordeons, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Clarionets, and everything usually kept in Musio Stores. The only stock of Sheet Music and Instruction Hooks For all instruments will be found here. The very best Italian Violin, Guitar, Violincello and Banjo Strict; always on hand. Fancy Goods, Toys and Notfosa at Wholesale and Retail. Old Pianos taken in exchange for new ones. Instruments of all kinds repaired and tuned, sept No. 1 MAIN STREET, Evansville. DENTIST. ' ; '6r.",t iJ7. . H A S , V THANKFUL FOB THE I'beral pat xe received during the past four yeais, in 1 wing i ermaneut resident of this city, desires all perso (whether they need his profes sional services or t ) to visit his rooms and see the Various Style vtwork Manufactured Improvements and Invent ;oes Are being made, and everything that will subserve the interests of his patients is secured by him. H i Establishment and Facilltl s! Are equal to any in K A S T K R N CITIES. He has Several Aneesthetics r 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. NECRALGIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED. ALSO CLEFT PALATE Office on First St , Near Post Office. HARDWARE, &c. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., DEALERS IX H J R X W A. E AND CUTLERY No. 13 FTRST STREET SI6SBIOMILL SAW,) Have received a complete stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Hardware, Purchased aud Imported direct from the Manufacturers T7 Enabling us tp 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 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. ESTABLISHED, 1831 DRY GOODS. & No. 10 FIRST STBBT, Wholesale and Retail DRV GOODS. In addition to all in our former lines, we now have the BEST STOCK of the fol lowing Goods ever brought to this City, viz : CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, RUGS, WINDOW SHADES, Window Hollands, Curtain Damasks, LACE CURTAINS, Curtain Fixtures, CURTAIN CORNICES; And almost everything in the HOUSE FURNISHING LINE. my20-lv JAUVESS FRENCH, No. lO First Street, Evansville. THE If E W SIL.K DRY HOIS HOUSE I TV T E IV S E EXCITEMENT A T s. 14& ie FiFt StsFCft WITHOUT DELAY, TO COOLXDGE'S, Where you will find them opening the largest assortment of XX3NTa73 Ever offered in this market in Rich Silk and Dress Goods. They Have no Competitors this side of New York City. EE3 Embroidered Edgings and Insert tugs, Real Laces, Dress Trimmings, Ladles' Cloth and Beaver Cloaks, Point Lace Collars and Sets, Ac, if. Chandler's Block, No's. 14 & 16 First Street, (Two doors West of Post Office,) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA rayl8 J. T. A S. A. COOL1UGE. FOREIGN LIQUORS. TCOBSl KAPPLEK. WK. 8CHXA K EN 3T IIO. K4FPLER A SCHXAKEXBrUG, Importers and Dealers in Whiskys, Brandies, Wines, Gins, &c, &c, &c. Also Rectifiers and Manufacturers of Domestic Wines and Liquors. NO. 4 WATER ST., bet. Main and Sycamore, augli EVANSVILLE. IND. ADVERTISING BATES IK DALLY. Business cards (5 lines or lees), one year u " " " six months. .. 7 na " " " three " ... so One square (10 lines. or less) one insertion 75 " " three "1 1 26 " " on week 1 75 " " one month a 50 IN WEEKLY. One square, one insertion , 1 no For each subsequent insertion . 50 Special Notice retained on inside of paper, will be charged 20 per cent, additional on above rates. MARBLE WORKS. THLH0RH & BRIHXXAH, (Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in iMERICAX VXD ITAllAir MARBLE. Mats Street Near Court House. EVANSVILLE, - - - INDIANA. Monuments, Si ties. Tombs, Tases, and all kinds of Furniture W kneatly and promptly ex ecuted in the latest an '. 'est styles. deel JT 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, "ARE ASD SALES ROOM No. 184 MAIN STREET, Near the Canal Our facilities for furnishing these wishing MONUMENTS, GRAVESTONES, TOMBS, -M A S T L. E S. Or anything else in our line, are unsurpassed in the West Our Stock of Marble is complete, having besn selected with great care at the Quarries, myvliw groceries" h en r y l u t z , Dealer in QROOERIES MB PROVISIONS, Cor. Chesnut Street and the Can al EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. I HAVE RETXRNED HOME FROM THE army, and am resdy to see my old customers, aud the pnblic 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.icon-yard. My Bar isalso open (or customers. H. LCT2. octti-lwd&lmw 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 for $1. Excellent Coffee 3 pounds for $1. Everything else in proportion. Eatables ot all kinds kept constantly on hand. Call andexamine articles and prices before purchashing elsewhere WGood Kreeh Butter received every Saturday. " fuf WM. GLENN & SONS, Wholesale Grocers, 70 and 7a Vine Street, Bet. Second and Pearl Sts. CINCINNATI, O. HAVE ALWAVS 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 jAjrtJix E. Gilbert. William R. Bajub S. E. GILBERT & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Sycamore 8treet, bet. Water and First, . , Evassvillx, Ikd. . A tull assortment of Groceries always on hand, ad tor sale at the lowest prices NEW SALOON. SHAEFER'S SALOON. BILLIARD AND RESTADRAaTT, On Third Street between Main and Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. octJ-ltn CHANGE OP EXCHANGE A NEW ARRANGEMENT. SAM GRAMMES & HARRY JOHNSON having purchased Theodore's Exehanee. ARE FITTING IT CP IN EXCELLENT. XI style for a first class i BILLIARD SALOON and RESTAURANT. I They will keep at the bar the best brands o Liquors and their larders will at all times be filled with the rich.-it dainties from the animal and vegetable kingdoms, and the waters of the vasty deep will be made to contribute of their richest stores. P??. t,"ltion be given to the caisiae, which will be under ctutrge of the most competent attists. ,TJ'i.r j?iU.'Sd Room " their TABLES FI K&T. CLASS. The establishment will re-open on Tuesday next A liberal share of pubUc patreuage is respectfully' S "cited. mySodJm SASH AND DOORS. JAMES STEELE, isuccessor to 8tielx How,) SECOND ST., BET. CHESTNUT AND CHEERY SVANSVILLS, INDIANA SASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS Dressed Lumber Beards, Laths, 4c., ofeery description constantly on hand. Packing Boxes of all kinds made to or erder. Sawing of every kind done on the shortest notice. aplS-ly W. HUNNELL, CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CANAL, EVANSVILLE, IND., Has on hand the Largest lot of Sashes, Boors, Blinds, Frames, 4 Ever Manufactured in the West. THEY AEE OF MY OWN MAKE. I have also a fine lot of White Pine and Popular Flooring. Moulding of all kinds made and sawing of all descriptions done at the shortest notice. GROCERIES. SUNDRIES Strawberrv and Lemon Syrup, Almonds, I Brazil Nuts, Essence of Coffee, Wooden Bowls, English Walnuts, Figs, Raisins, Currants, Rock Candy, Oysters, Shoe, Horse and Scrubbing Brushes, Lobsters, Sardines, Alam, Epsom Salts, Roll Brimstone, Sulphur, Copperas, Madder, Extract of Logwood, Indigo, Cream Tar ; tar, Soda, Bed Cords of all kinds. Tobacco of aU kinds. Blacking, Batting, Nutmegs, Cigars of all kinds. Ginger, Camphor, Carolina and Wagon Tar, Brooms, Cotton Yarn, Ground Ginger, Castile Soap, Playing Cards, Glass Jars. Lanterns, Tum blers snd Flasks, Pepper Sauce, Matches, Pickles, Mustard, Fitfc of all kinds. Tomato Catsup. Powder, Safety fuse, Soaps of all kinds, Starch, Teas, Vin egar, Letter, Note, Cop, and Taney Paper, Wrap ping raper, &u,iuiee. oan retre. Hum Urops Wooden Bowls, Jujube Paste, Cinnamon, Coal Ot Clothes Pins, British Lustre, Bonnet Boards, Ink Cloves, Nails, Sash. Glass, Spirits Turpentine, all spice, Sal Soda, Pain Killer, Licorice, Ac- Ac., Ao A supply of the above kept constantly on hand and for sale low by S. S. GILBERT A CO., fy9f No. 4 Sycamore Street.