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TERMS IS ADVANCE. KOR DAILY. ne year t i Six montha .. 3 (X Three months X 50 supplied by carrier! at 12 cents per week FOR WEEKLT. hree months 8 x months 85 e Year .. f 1 50 FOB TRI-WEEKLY. Six mouths j 00 One year 4 00 ADVERTISING BATES IN DAILY. Business cards (5 lines or least, one year... ..$12 " " " six months... 7 Ot three " ... 4 60 One square (10 Hues or less) one insertion... 75 " " three " ... l 25 " " one week.... 1 75 ' " one month 5 60 IN WEEKLY. . One square, one insertion 1 00 For each subsequent insertion .. 50 Special Notices retained on inside of paper, will be charged 20 per cent, additional on above rates. EVANSVILJLE DAILY JOURNAL. MORNINGr EDITION. VOLUME XVI. EVANSVILLE, IND., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20 1863. ESTABLISHED, 1831 SADDLERY. Charles Babcock, IMPOBTKB AND DEAL K R IN oaeh and Saddlery Hardware, MAIN ST BEET, KVANBYILLE, III DI A NA. HAVING COMPLETED MY ARRANGE nwttl with KuropAu and American mann Saciurers for a direct supply of all goods in my line I asn enabled to ofter iudncements that can not fail to be to the interest of all engaged in the bushiest tu give aea trial, t luure in oart . Ul in u ii- Axles, Springs made ott ne best Strl' Bands, enameled aft all kinds of Leathu Cloths, Linings for Carriages, Varnishes, Castings of all kinds ; twaddle Trees, English Bridle Leathers , Bits, Stirmps, Spun, Hames, fi ne Silver Hanks of all kinds; Jenuy Lind GigXfees; -"elf-aJjustini Pails; Taylor's Patent Quaes : I i j Nets ; Slices Threads ; Horse Blankets : Lendou 0rt' Wets, American Girth and Bein Webs, both cotton and worsted ; Lon I011 Welt Skins, asnperiorartiet ; Ivory ; Gntta Perchaand Bras lined Martengal Rings; mperior Kerseys for Horse I Jo vers , the . bejit quality of . . Carriage Bolts; Patent Gig Trees, Jtc, Ac, fee., fee. t keep in (act everything appertaining to either branch of the business, and understanding bth brain h -a thoroughly, we would respectfully invite your attention before pufthasiiigrbiewhen-. 1 an aim Aeeut lor Wurd'a Patent Spring Sa Aw W f ,' ttWl.V. 3. B. HAOIICI TLE NEW FIRM. THE srBSf'ftf BERS, WHOLESALE Mini fart urers of Saddles, Bridles, Collars, a ' . , ilesire to int'jrin the public that we '. ivt- Lively Increased our stock on hand, mid by attpfic ilion unrselves and the eniployiueut .r-'-.l wirknuiii in our shops, we an1 able to fur in short leiti'-.' any and all kinds and quanti ti .f w..i k w suit the trade. Those who will favor us with a cait,dati satisfy themselves, that they can procure, at lower prices, good snbstan tlal, fancy find durable work of us than they can anywhere else, (and far better t hart 'he Eastern sliop-wck.) The members of the firm being practical wirk men themselves, attending personally to all r.lera with promptness, care and dispatch, deter mined that none shall excel in tyl- of finish or quality ( work, give better satisfaction to those patronizing us; feel confident it will be to the interest of allto come and 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. Sp3 W. F. COBWIN A CO. REMOVAL. , !;,'. UNDERSIGNED FIBM HAVE BE 1 moved their Saddlery establishment to the harass of Main and Second Street, in the room oc eepied by Fred. Krone, deceased. C. WOLFF rraOEPSCH, HAM'f .e'TlRKRH Or AND DEALERS II tSiitldleis, Harness, CO LARS, &C, &C, Main Street, Cor. Second, (Store formerly occuppied by Fred. Krone.) Br$.All orders attended to with dispatch. Work v:rranted novl.Vly BOOTS & SHOES. W. H. WALKER. 5 0 W . DB C. EViVS. WALKER & EVANS Rytall Dealers Exclusively in BOOTS&SHOES No. 81 MAIN 8TREE1, Evansville, Ind. We devote .ur whole time and atteutiou to the Bcot and Shoe Trade Exclusively Consequently can give you better bargains than those who are " dabbling " in Boots aud Shoes iq couuection with other business. City and Bep5-ly County Orders taken par for Cioods. SEGARS, &c. 8CHROEDER fe LEMCKE, WHOLESALE DEALKK8 IN Cigars, Smoking, Caewing Tobacco, Snuff, Pipes, & c. EVANSVILLE, IND. -t:.t-- now, and will Imp, on kaiid a couiplett ml veil aorted stock af CIGARS & TOBACCO, AND OTTER THE SAME TO THE PUBLIC LOW VOH CASH. r.t ..m: I-. - aill flnait totheir interest to call and eamiue our prices. We are enabled to sell to t hem as low us any bon.- in the West. tii aw ' M-llltiiKHEK .v LEMCKE. STOVE WORKS. r W. CJi 1 N K M k T r R . A. HSLBLIXO SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS. BRINKM'EYER &, CO., Mannfactnrer of SWvaK, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings, ilouar, Fronts, Verandas, Balconies, Castings in General, PPtK, TIN AND SIIEIT IRON WABK, Ac aar dal, Room Mais Street, opposite Conrt ';lSe. Sfl K ii , ii-ry Near ths Mouth of Pigeon Crs.'.k EVANSVILLE, IND. KlU:Kt) SOLICITED S my9 NOTICE. OFFICE OF THE EVANSVILLE GA8 ) LIGHT COMPANY, October 1. ( M'Hfc ANNUAL ELECTION FOE THE 1 Dnectors of this Company will be held o Monday, tbo Sth day of October, leoS. oU JNO. j. CHANDLBB, PfeildSBU J SASH AND DOORS. JAMES STEELE, iSu. cesser to Si kills A Hunrai,) SKCONfi ST., BET. CHESTNUT ANDCHEBBY, F.VANHV1LLE, INDIAN. SASH, D00XS, WINDOW BLINDS Dressed Lumber Beards, Li.tlis, 4c, of every description constantly on hand. Packing Boxes of all kinds made to or erder. Sawing of every kind dono on the shortest apl8-ly W. HUNNELL, CORNER WALNUT STBKET AND CANAL, E VAN 8 VI LI E, I N D . , (las oa hand the largest lot of Sashes. Doors, Blinds, Frames, fcc, Ever Manufactured In the West. THEY ABE OF MY OWN MAKE. I have also a flue loLof Whtee Pine and Popular Flooring. Moulding of all kinds made and sawing of all descriptions done at the shortest notice. MARBLE WORKS. UHLH0RN & BRINKMAN, (Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in AMKRICAN 4ND ITALIAX MAKBLK. Main Stree. Sear Court House. KVANSViXLE, - - - INDIANA. Sf Mouuments, M kinds of furniture W nt.-.l in the latest an ties. Tombt, Vases, and all neatly and promptly ex est styles. deol Jut Receive cl. Direct from the Quarries, fne The Finest Stock of Marble Ever brought te this market, aud for sale at STREET. & YOUNG'S American and Italian Marble Manufactory, WARE AND SALES ROOM INTO. 184 MAIN STREET, Near the Canal Oar facilities for furnishing those MOXVMEXTS, GRAVESTONES, TOMBS, wishing MANTLES, Or anything else iu our Hue, are unsurpassed in the West Our Stock of Marble is complete, having beon selected with great care at the Quarries. myOddrw GROCERIES. I HENRY LUTZ, Dealer in C3- 3FL O O JE3 2rL I ES S PROVISION'S, Cor. Cheinut Street and tle Can al EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. T HAVE RETURNED HOME FROM THE 1 army, and am resdy to see my old customers, I and the public generally, at the old stand. ine nignest 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 waxens, having a good stable aud w igon-yard. Mv Bar i also open tor customers. U. LUTZ. octC-lwdilmw FRESH FAMILY QR0CEBIES. STEPHEN H. S. COOK, 175 Sain Street, Between Sixth and Seventh, b the place to obtain the Cheapest and best FAMILY GROCERIES Bond Sugar 7 pounds for 31. excellent l oiler 3 pounds for SI. Everything else in proportion. Eatables ot all kinds kept constantly on haud. Call and examine articles ami prices before parchashing elsewhere WGood Fresh Butt' r received every Saturday. aug8 -Wholesale Grocers. 70 ana is vine street,. Bet. Second and Pearl Sts. CINCINNATI, O. HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR sale at the lowest market prices, a large aud well selected stock of Groceries. Tobacco, Cordage, Wooden Ware, c , to which wa invite the atten tion of Merchants. sepI9 Iakvei. E. Gilbert. William R. Bak tu. S. E. GILBERT & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Sycamore Street, bet. Water and First, Evassvillf., Ian. A full assortment of Groceries always on hand, ad for sale at the lowest pricos. NEW SALOON. SE AEFEBS SALOON. BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT, On Tbird Street between Main and Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. octO-lni CHANGE OP EXCHANGE A NEW ARRANGEMENT. SAM ii RAMMER & HARRY J0HXS0X having purchased Theodore'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 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 bo made to contribute of their richest stores. Especial attention will be giveu to the ruiuae, which will be uudt-r charge of the most competent atflStS. ie.rr?;IVai;d Koom ia ,arCftn'1 'hsir tables The oetiiblishmeut will re-open on Tuesday next. A liberal share of public patreuage is respectfully m. GROCERIES. OUNDRIES O St Strawberry and Lemnn Svrun. Almonds. brazil Nuts, Esseuce of Coffee, Wooden Bowls, KuKlish Walnuts, Figs, Raisins, Currants, Rock Caudy, Oysters, Shos, Horse and Scrubbing Brushes. Lobsters, irdines. Alum, Epsom Salts, Roll Biini'tone, Sulphur, Copperas, Madder, Extract of Logwood, Indigo, Cream Tar tar, Soda, Bed Cords or all kinds, Toliacco of all kinds, Blacking, Butting, Nutmegs, Cigars of all kiuds, Ginger, Camphor, Carolina aud Wagon Tar, Brooms, Cotton Yarn, Ground Ginger, Castile Soap, Playing Cardu, Glass Jars. Lanterns, Tum blers and Flasks, Pepper Sauce, Hatches, Pickles, mitard, Finh of all I inds, Tomato Catsup, Powder, Safety Fimb, Soaps of all kinds. Starch, Teas, Vin egar, L-ttor, Note, Cap, and Fancy Paper, Wrap ping Paper, Eurvlope. Salt Petre, Gum Drops Wuf.iU'ti Xl'.'W I-. j iiju u-' i a-u', '.luuaiuoH. iuai Ul , Clothes Pins, British Lustre, Bonnet Boards, Ink . pioT.-., Nails, Smb. Glass, Spirits Turpentine, all ' spio-. sal Sod:i, Pain Killer, Licorice, tc., Ac, 4a A uppl id UiwaboTe kept cunxiantly ou hand aad tor sale low by 8. E GILBERT A CO., lyf No. 4 Sycamore Slrsst. PUBLISHED BY JAMES ii. McNEELY. F. M. THAYKB. JN0. H. McNEELY. UNDER TriE PIBM OV TUB Evans viile Journal Company. Journal Buildings, LOCUST STREET, BETWEEN FIB8T AND WATEB. TUESDAY 0CT0BEB 2 The Cincinnati Enquirer says the tremendous Union demonstration in Philadelphia cost the Government at least $100,000. We suppose by " Government" it mentis the Administration. And pray how much did that demonstration cost the Democrats ? The Cincinnati Gazette learns that Dan. Voorhees has concluded to re move from Terre Haute. He will then, probably, take up his abode in the more congenial atmosphere of Sullivan coun ty. He might, by a little tact, soon be come King in that section, and havei his vanity daily flattered by beholding the "unterrified" bow down to him, and I worship him. The Boonville Enquirer saya the entire Democratic ticket in Warrick county is elected, by a large majority, but fails to give its readers the exact vote. We are anxious to see the figures. Our information is th.it Grorge Hart was beaten 22 votes only. How have the mighty fallen, when the Democracy of Warrick crow over a majority of 22 votes ! Unanimous. Returns from all parts of the State of Ohio indicate that the State Senate will be unanimously Union. There is no doubt only as to one candi date, who has a slight majority on the home vote, but the soldiers, it is though will dispose of his chances. It would be hardly fair to send him to the Senate to contend with the host of Abolitionists who would confront him there. No, no, let him stay at home, and let the Senate of the glorious Buckeye State be unani mous for the Union. Not a Copperhead hiss will be heard in the Senate Cham ber this winter. How grand! how de lightful! Carelessness. We regret to Warn that two of the Union candidates lost their election in Spencer connty' through a blunder on the part of some voters. Home of the Union tickets had the aames of both the opposing candidates for Com missioner and Real Appraiser printed on them, and about fifty voters deposited thetn in the ballot box without discover ing the mistake. In this, way their votes were lost as to those candidates, thus electing the Democratic nominees. The latter will take the offices, of course, though they will do so with the assur ance that they were not the choice of m;nr;v nf thu nennlo a m8Jomy 01 lne people.. The Army or the Cumberland is as emphatic with its ballots as with its bul lets. Gen. Garfield telegraphs that re turns from a portion of the Ohio troops at Chattanooga give Brough 9,424 to 252 for Vallandigham. The 55th regi ment, at Stevenson, Alabama, gave 296 votes for Brough, but not one ior Val landigham. The result at Camp Nelson was 230 for Brough, five for Vallandig ham. There is every reason to believe that the soldiers will roll up a majority of at least 50,000 against the man who is "waiting and watching over the bor der." The Rockport Democrat says the Democracy of Spencer county are "de feated but not conquered." In this they etnulate the courage of their friends down South, who are eternally crying, " You may defeat us, but you can't con quer us. Well, the union men are sat isfied with that kind of a result. If we can always defeat the rebels, North as well as South, we are not particular about the " conquering " part. We will let that take care of itself. The Rockport Democrat feels grum over the defeat of Vallandigham, its ideal of a " pure patriot and enlightened statesman." It says: We have received a few returns of the elections in Pennsylvania and Ohio, but they are so confused and contradictory, rendered so by the blundering and igno rance of the Abolition telegraphic re porters, that no confidence or reliance can be placed in them. The probabili ties are, however, that the Abolitionists have carried both States. As the tele graph is now an abolition institution, we will have to wait for the slow mail, to re ceive any thing reliable as to the result either in Pennsylvania or Ohio. D. W. Voorhees. The Democracy of this county are dis posed to " face" on Vallandigham since his terrible defeat. We are pleased to observe, however, that some of the Dem ocrats in the District yet stand firm in his behalf. The Rockport Democrat copies an article from Medary's Crisis complimentary of Voorhees' efforts in behalf of Vallandigham, and approving- ; I - lr - ly endorses it as an eloquent comph 11 an eloquent compli- meiH IO inis gmeu iimiaim uraiur .ttp,man ye COnv the eulov. that our readers may see how identical W88 I V J the political contast in Ohio with that in Indiana, and every other Northern State: "This champion of Democracy, and ; mm, piacea a guara aDout ms nouse to one of the most eloquent orators and ac-. prevent his wife giving the alarm, and complished gentleman of the age, has compelled him to show them where the now been in our State two weeks, and ! cashier lived. That gentleman was in has spoken nine times to the largest as- ; Cincinnati, and they placed another semblages of people ever seen in Ohio, guard about his house and that of his He came into the State in enfeebled i brother who lived next door, as the Mays bodily health, but has improved by his I ville Eagle learns, and compelled some labors, both in general health and in of the inmates to go with them to the voice. We heard but one of his speeches dwelling of the teller. They compelled in full, although at several of his meet- ' the teller to unlock the vault and safe of ings, and that was at Zanesfield, in Lo- gan county. We have no hesitation, therefore, in yielding to the general voice, in pronouncing him one ot tbe very flrst of the great speakers of the age, and we have heard a great many very able men in our " time and genera tion." The Democracy of Ohio will ever owe him a deep debt of gratitude for giving them the services of his splen- j did abilities at so critical a juncture in the affairs of the State. A bosom friend of Mr. Vallandigham, 1 he feels all the interest in his success which such relationship can inspire, in addition to that still deeper devotion to the success of those great and glorious principles at stake in his election, far surpassing any considerations of a mere ly personal nature. Mr. Voorhees will be -with us a few days longer, and then return to Indiana with the prayers of thousands of the no ble sons of Ohio for his future success and prosperity in every department of life. And many a long life bless him for his country's sake. Freedom Convention of the Slave States To tbe Friends of Free dom in the Slave-holding States. The war which has now existed for near three years, taxing all the strength and devotion of the loyal people of this republic to suppress tbe rebellion, has developed no fact more striking than the necessity of assimilating all re-occupied territory before peace can be reposed upon. The intrinsic hostility between communities differing so widely in their social structure re-appears constantly in the rear of our conquests with more viru lence from the temporary depressions in flicted. Assimilation, and with it per manent peace, can only take place upon the doing a.vay with that institution upon which the rebellion is predicated, and from which it derives all its sympathy and encouragement in the loyal States. Nowhere are there now seen either men or parties embarrassing the prosecution of the war who do not connect therewith an open hostility to nil measures that lend to relieve the country of the slave system. To suppress by force this re bellion, therefore, if such a course were much more practicable than it has been found to be, and leave the cause un touched to breed other rebellions, and enkindle hereafter constant animosities ready as the present has done to appeal for solution to the arbitrament of civil war, would be national suicide. Its ef fects upon the several States would be even more disastrous, antagonizing them against each other necessarily from tbe presence of that institution, around whieh would cling so many memories of a past conflict, and laying waste their fields, de populating their villages, making all ten ures of lif e and property utterly insecure in the subsequent strife for supremacy that would result between different classes of the community. Hence it is that an insistance upon freedom policies, both national and state, presents itself as the supremest duty of tne hour a duty not to be subordinated to any theory of the past or any hesitancy of the present. Indeed, the making of such an issue in the re-conquered territory and in those slave States which have adhered to the Union is one of present self-preservation to them, as has been amply demonstra ted by the atrocities perpetrated under the name of guerrilla warfare through out Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Maryland, and Kentucky, and demands a promptitude of action coincident with the distress entailed by the mere exist ence of a slave system in our midst Changes which, in othor dayR and for other reasons, might well have assumed a gradual character, no.v find iu the perils of the times no excuse for delay, but every incitement to an immediate corrective. To insure, however, the requisite uniiy and support to the friends of freedom in the slave States, it is primarily essential that the General Government should in its civil, no less than its military admin istration, a line of action that will recog nize, so far as may be authorized, free dom to be the true basis of loyalty, and give to the communities involved suffi cient guaranties that there will be no retrogression in the future; but. on the tontrary, an effective carrying out of the principles embodied in the civil code un der tne connscation act, ana in tne mili tary direction by the Proclamation of January 1, 1863. This is necessary be cause few will be disposed to engage in the work of those changes needed for any thorough assimilation or any posi tive uprooting of slavery, if they are to be left unsupported to reap their reward from the slave power, reinstated as dom inant in either States or nation. But it is to be remarked in this connection, that the General Government has assumed the attitude of awaiting a full and further signification of the popular thought, and this can only be elicited by the friends of freedom throughout the slave States making such appeal to the people of the nation as will rivet their attention upon the great dangers impend ing, arouse mem 10 manifestations oi sympathy with the cause ' of human lib erty, and leave no room for any doubt as to the course that should be pursued by rulers solicitous to reflect their will. For these reasons; for the promotion of a more cordial understanding between those who concur in the necessity of adopting freedom policies; for the more effective initiation of local State organ izations to accomplish the work of eman cipation; and for such mutual inter change of opinions and experiences as may make the teachings of the past profit in the guidance of the present, an invitation is hereby extended to the friends of freedom residing in all the slave States, to meet in mass convention at the city of Louisville, Ky., on the 8th day of January next coming. Those favorable to such assemblage are requested to take measures in their respective districts for an attendance that will secure them representation. Newspapers approving this call are re quested to give it circulation. Respectfully submitted, B. GRATZ BEOWN, 8. H. BOTD, FBED. MOENCII, BEN. LOAN, H. T. BLOW, 0. E. MOSS. J. W McCLUBO, SAM. KNOX, B. MILLIKETOBIUS, JAMES LINDSAY, of Missouri. Rebki. Raid into Glasoow, Ky. The T : :n r i c..j liUUBVUB iuihui nu.u ;. - j About ten days Bg0 a part 0f John nix. tfUBUM DanaiMl maue ineir til ' trance in the night time into the town .of j Ashland, in Boyd county for the purrx.se ri rnK .inrt tKo U1 Ti Lr ot th'lT r ano 'I hflv : firfjt wfint tQ the houge of an Irjshman, J induced him to step to the door, seized tho bank, from which they stole the con- ' tents, amounting to upwards of $700. All this was done while most of the in- uaoiiauts weie asil-epjauu so quieuy mai they effected their escape without an ; alarm being given. STEAM BAKERY. Bread for the Hungry ! NEW STEAM BAKERY, To. XX WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. WE DESIRE TO INFORM THE CITIZEN8 of Evansville, and the community in gen eral, that our NEW STEAM BAKERY, NO. 11 WATEH STREET, Is now in successful operation, and we shall keep constantly on hand and make to order, on short notice, ail articles made at like manufactories ; such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Ac, Ac. Being supplied with all the modern machinery to faciliate us in our business, we natter 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 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. sepl8tf A. WELD A CO. LIQUORS. NEW XH-M- N. F. CARR & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN IMPORTED and Domestic Wines and Liquors, have opened at No. 28 First Street, (adjoining Messrs. Hollingsworth A Bro., Queensware Store,) a large stock of Liquors, to which we beg to call the at tention of the trade. We are prepared to ofler 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. Our stock is large, aud 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. DRY GOODS. Dry Goods. HAVING RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS to our stick of Dry Goods, we invite our nu merous customers to examine otfr stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, oct8 49 Main Street. Cloaks Again. E HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER nice lot of Ladies' Cloaks. Sacoues. Ac. YV which we will sell cheap. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, oct8 49 Main Street. Order Tour Bonnets. OUR STOCK OF MILLINERY CANNOT BE excelled. In silk we have every shade from a snbdiied 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 price. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, 49 Main Street. Carpets! Carpets!! Carpets!!! XJE T1AVE NOW A SPLENDID AS80RT VV 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 they can be suited in qnalitvaud prices. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, No. 49 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. Miskes Epperson' aud Bellam, who have charge ..f tl. Ti lum lug TM.rtnAtit. flatter thamSAlYn tlixt they caunot be surpassed in trimming try any Hillluor. DRY GOODS. NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS AT :e .no mm. E. A. COOK & CO. ARE RECEIVING AND OPENING AT Wo. T FIRST STREET, A New and Elegsut Stoek of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods AND .1ST O "F I O Ufl" Their Goods have been selected with great care by experienced hands, with special reference to the trade of this city ; were bought for CASH and will be sold very low to Cash Customers only. Their stock comprises all the most ELEGANT STYLES Required to co tltnte a first class Lx-y Goods House, f MBEACINVJ Black, Flain and Fancy Silks, Foulard Silks, Fine Mozambique Dress Goods, plain and Check; Bareges, Organdies and Jaconets, Lawns, Mourning and Summer Dress Goods, of every description. Point Lace Collars, Collars of every Variety, ; mourning setts, i Mourning Collars, : Silk Talmas Sacques. and ' Circulars of all kinds, Lace Mantles, ; Summer Shawls, i Silk Parasols, a beautilul assortmen iust received. I gr " J ' - I rj&ggimereS Staple Goods of every description. NOTIONS. Onr steck in this line Is large, and of the finest quality, to which particular attention is directed. Remember the place for bargains. NO. 7 FIRST STREET, EVANSVILLE?, INDIANA. BOILER MAKER. JOHN P. LAURENT, Boiler e 1 Corner or Pine and Water Streets, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. , - AM pbepared to make ALL KINDS j 1 of Steam Boiler, tion.7 or o PorUbie J , ha work entrusted to me win oe mane nnoer my per sonal supervision. Workmen sent to any part of the city and country to do repairing. oclS-lm MANTUA MAKING. HEADQUARTERS FOR CLOAK, MANTILLA AND Dress i-ng. MRS. ELIZA SPEIGLEBERG, IN THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON i First Street, has just received fresh supplies I from the East, of the richest fabrics, and Is now prepared to make up to order on the most reason able terms. Cloaks, Manthvs, Circles, an d Sacques of the best material and of the mo st beautiful styles. Her stock is so complete, that with the assist- I ance of the most competent Dress and Cloak I makers in the country, she is able to defy all com petitors in both stye and prices. Mrs. Spiegelberg also ha bought a large as sortment of Silks, Head Dressses, Hair Braids and Curl, Ladys' Pocket Handkerchiefs of every style and a great many other article for the conve nience of the Ladies of Evansville and vicinity too numerous to mention. The best Sewing Machines of Grover A Baker manufactory for family uso, for sale by Mrs. ELIZA SPIEGELBERG, No. 13 First Street bet Main and Second. sep22 MUSIC STORE. WARREN & CONYNGTON'S Bazaar of Fancy Goods. PIANO FORTES, MELODEONS, HARMONI UMS, Accordeons, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Clarionets, and everything usually kept in Husie Stores. The only stock of Sheet Music and Instruction Book For all instruments will be found here. The very best Italian Violin, Guiar; Violincello and Banjo Strings always on hand. Fancy Goods, Toys and Nbtteas at Wholesale and Retail. Old Pianos taken in exchange for new ones. Instruments of all kind repaired and tuned, sept No. 1 MAIN STREET, Evansville. DENTIST. . . JH JLA. S , blCLiNU IV THANKFUL FOB THE I liberal pat ige received during the past four years, and being i wraianent resident of this city, desire all porsoi - (whether they need his profes sional services or t) to visit hi rooms and ee the Various Style otwork Manufactured Improvements and Invent : on s Are being made, and everything that will subserve the interests of hi patient i secured by him. H I Establishment and Facllttl s Are equal to any in EASTERN CITIES. He has Several Anaesthetics von Alleviating Pain when Extracting Teeth. Cheek that are sunken can be restored to nearly heir ori ginal contour. All desirable sty K s 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 aud the remaining Teeth demand it. NEURALGIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED. ALSO CLEFT PALATE UfHce on First St , Near Post Office. HARDWARE. &c. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., DEALERS IN LI .A- K 1) W ARE AND CUTLERY No. 13 FIRST STREET, (SICX BIG MILL, SAW,) Have received a complete stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Hardware, Purchased and Imported direct from the Manufacturers IF1 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 Cutlery, Shovels and Spades, Cotton and Wool Cards, Wheel Heads, Weavers 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, NotionsLarge Stock. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., No. 13 First Street. DRY GOODS. No. 10 PIHST STEBT, Wholesale and Retail DRY GOODS. In addition to all in our former lines, we now have the BEST stock of tne fol lowing Goods ever brought to this City, viz: CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, - H XT Car S . WINDOW SHADES, Window Hollands, Curtain Damasks, LACE CURTAINS, Curtain Fixtures, CURTAIN CORNICES; And almost everything in the HOUSE FURNISHING LINE. mvJN.iv JAltl ESS & FRGHrCH, No. 10 First Street, Kvauavtlle. THE NEW MY GOODS HOUSE I IV T E TV S E EXCITEMENT Nos. 14 & 16 Firt Street. WITHOUT DELAY, TO COOLID&HS, Where you will find them opening ths. largest assortment of F'IKTjEJ goods Ever offered in this market in Rich Silk and Dress Goods. Thejr hare no Competitors this side of New York City. THBT 33L Y! !E3 IP Embroidered Edgings and Insert lngs, Real Laces, Dress Trimmings, Ladles' Cloth and Beaver Cloaks, Point bare Collars and Sets, .-., &c. Chandler's Block, No's. 14 & 16 First Street, (Two doors West of Post Office,) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. COOL1DGE. my!8 J. T. dtr S. A. FOREIGN LIQUORS. HCani KAPPLIB. I. SCHNAKKNSraa. K APPLE It A SCILYAKEXBIBG, Importers aud Dealers in Whiskvs, Brandies, Wines, Gins, &c, &c, &c. Also Rectifiers and !nanufactnrer& of Domestic Wines and Liquors. NO. 4 WATER ST., bet. Main and Sycamore, aogU EVANSVILLE. IND. MEDICAL. B. J. DAY, PHYSICIAN & M. D., SURGEON. EXAMINIO SURGEON FOE PENSIONARY. OFFICE On Second Street, between Main and Locust. RESIDENCE At Sherwood House. Evansville, January 6, 1863. S. W, THOMPSON, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office axd Residence No. 35 Waistrr Strut (At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. nov29-ly IVORYTYPES, PHOTO GRAPS ASD jOa,x3. Piotrures. j ALSO, WEDDING CARDS, Mounted in Beautiful Stylo, Adam' Photographic Gallery, OVER POST-OF& ICI. PICTURE GALLERY. b notice to shippers Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils. The nndersigneci pay their Particular Attention To th fair of the abova article, and SOAP STOCKS GENERALLY. Cons j ii . i .- sent to them will be i PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF - and Quick Returns M ad o ' on very advauced terms. WeTnail onr Weekly I Clrcnlar rxatle to all lending their addreu ABRAM K.MGHT & SOSg, 23 Water Street, N. Y City. iylOdfim VARIETY STORE. PTISHEE S VARIETY STORE, No. 20 Main Street, IS THE PLACE TO FIND FAKCT GOODS, Oombi, Brushes, Pocket WalleU, Card Cases, Tablets, Scissors, Knives, Watch a.eji, Uuard Chains. Thimbles, Needles, Pins, Taps Measures, Bead', Belt Clasps, Goggles, Spectacles, Ther mometors, French Harps, Pop Gnns, Ivory Bat tles, Marbles. Chessmen, Dells, Corset Clasps, Steel Pens, Penciles, Games, Bubber Balls, Toilet Soap, Jewelry, Violin Strings, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Feather Dusters, Bird Cages, Children' Carriages, Ladies' Fancy Work and Traveling Baskets, ic, Ac, st wholesale and re tail. sep21 DRY GOODS KEEN & PRESTON HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND general assortment of Desirable Dry Goods, Which they invite the "trade" to call and ex amine prices and qualities; believing, knowing, they can save dealers additional freight and ex penses in going further Eastward. janl5 A. C. PUSH EE, bealsk nt Foreign & American Fancy Goods, COMBS, BBTJSUES, PTJBSES, WALLETS, Satchels. Toilet Soaps Rubber Goods, GAMES, YAXEEE NOTIONS, Ladies' Baskets, Children Cabs, c. No. 20, Main Street, EVAKSVILLE, - IKDIAKA dec23 LAW CARDS. WM. H. WALKER, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW, EVANSVILLE, IND., Office on Third Street, octKMy Opposite Court House. cThTrTles denby, Attorney at Law, ti as resumed the practice ot Law. Office on Third Sti-t, middle of Ball's Block, up stairs. feb2 JAMES RE I D , Attorney at Law AND C0LLECTIHG AGENT. OFFICE On Third Street, third door from Main Street, in the Crescent City Bank Building, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA 8S-ly Jas. T. Walker, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND Agent for obtaining Pensions, Back Pay and Bounty DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND FOB ' tbe 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 snd nearly opposit the Conrt House, Evansville, Indiana. All business entrusted tc him will be promptly attended to. jy!8-ly SOAP AND CANDLES." rhilip Decker, (Successor to Decker A Kramer), Manufacturer of Lard Oil SOAP AffD CANDLES. Also, in extra article of BVBSISa, EN GINK, AND CAM OIL Dei lers in Rosin, Soda, Ashes, Ac. Also Pure Catawba Win 3f onr own raising, ia quantities to suit pnr chasers, 116 iftin (Vrert, Micren Pint amd Stxmd, Evansville, Ixdiasa. - Terms cash, nr 60 days' paper negotiable is auk. , JaaaO-lT INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AN Intelligence Office, on Third Street, four doors nest of tbe Washington Hotel, where ha will give strict and prompt attention to all trustless in that line. JOHN WATMAN. Zeltnng copy ap!5 il gift m. .. o ra i f aa mam. V p 3 r3 o v ; I Iff at M is NOTICE?