ae year (X)
Six monthi.... 3 tW:
Three .months 1 50
pplied by carriers at 12 centg per week.
hree months (
x months go
ne Year I 50
Six months..- .. 3 00
One year 4 00
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Mh and Saddlery Hardware,
ITAVjNG COMPLETED MY ARRANGE
a t Mama with European and American mauu
y. r. ci for a direct supply of all goods in my line
I xm enabled to offer inducements that can not fail
he to tlio interest of all engaged in the business
o give uiea trial.
I fiKire to pari .
oft ae best SfW
Bauds, enameled as'
Ail kinds of Leathe.
i.'loli. . Linings for Carriages,
Varnisiu-s, Caatings of all kinds ;
Saddle Trees. English Bridle Leathers ,
Bits, Stirrups, Spurs, Hames, fine Silver
Bamc of all kinds; Jenny Lind Gig Tree;
lf-adjnating Pads; Taylor's Patent Hamee; FIv
S't ; Shoe Threads ; Horse Blankets ; London
Oicth Wei, American Girth and Rein
wctMj both cotton and worsted ; Lon
don WeltSkius, a superior article ;
Ivory ; Gutta Percha and Braes
lined Martengai Rings;
superior Kerseys for
Horse Coven ; the
best quality t
f ateut Gig Trees, Ac., 4c, e., &c.
: kerii in fact eTerythlnc appertaining to dither
branch of the business, and understanding bath
braucbes thoroughly, we would respectfully invite i
y iur attention before purchasing elsewhere..
I tun also Agent for ward s Patnt Spring Sa
w r. r-.fiWiH.
i. B. MAUHEB
THE NSW FIRM.
CHS 31 rfcSORIBKRS, WHOLESALE
- i:;ti'.tctnr-rs ..f Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
" ' deaire tn intorm the public that we
bav iiii-ely iucrassjed our stock oa band, and by
-!... a; j lie iflon ourselves and the employment
of cool workman in our simps, ire are able to furr
i i-!i i.:i shurt n.itie. .my and all kinds and .juauti
- f w..rk r - lit the trade. Those who will
iv..r us with a call, ran satisfy themselves, that
; bey eon pr..: tire, at lower prices, good substan
tial, fancy and durable work of us than they can
anywhen- else, (and far better than 'he Eastern
The member" of the firm being practical work
men themselves, attending iersonally to all
c r U-rs with promptness, eare and dispatch, deter
mined that none shall excel in style of finish or
natality of work, give better satisfaction to those
itemizing us; feel confident it will be to the
i-iterestof all to come and He for themselves be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Store on Locust Street, above the Sherwood
IIsbsbs, between First and Second Streets, No. 25.
H. B. Guarantee all we sell.
I I W. F. CORWIN ft CO.
'pUE UNDEBSIOSED FIRM HAVE RE
Jl muved their Saddlery establishment to the
Corner of Main and Second Street, in the room oc
cepied by Fred. Krone, deceased.
C. WOLFE & J. KROEPSCH,
HaKuracrusERS or and dealers is
CO LARS, &c, &c.,
Main Street, Cor. Second,
(Store formerly occuppied by Fred. Krone.)
sve, A 1 1 orders attended to with dispatch. Work
BOOTS & SHOES.
W. H. WALKER.
DE C. EVANS.
WALKER & EVANS,
tt-tail I. alrrs Exclusively
We devote our whole time and attention to the
Bcot and Shoe Trade Exclusively
Consequently can give you bettir bargains than
those who are ' dabbling ' in Boots and Shoes
in connection with other bnsiness.
City and Count?- Orders
par for Goods.
SOHROEDER : LEMCKE,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Cigars, Smoking, Chewing Tobacco,
anuu, noes. &e
Wo. fJO "BrSixixx St.,
t have new, and will keep, on hand a complete
nd wc-ll assorted stock ef
CIGARS & TOBACCO,
M OFFER THE SAME TO THE PUBLIC
LOW FOR CASH.
ttSSul!cr a il! find tt to their interest to call aud
iiiiine our prices. We are enabled to sell to
truss as low as amy house in the West.
.--117-AAw SI-ltUOKDKR A T.KWPITE
r. w. ssi-.KMSvra. a. hsleliso
SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS.
BRiNKIVSEYER & CO.,
Movrs, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings,
House, Fronts, Verandas,
Balconies, Castings In General,
-JrPEK, I IX AND SHEET IRON WARE, to
Rhiu Main Street, opposite Court
ry Near the Month of Pigeon Creek
1. 1) KRS SOLICITED -Km my9
OCrjCX OF THE EVANSVILLE GAS)
LIGHT COMPANY, October 1.
rpHE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR THE
A Dueciors of this Comcanv will t, ,-i.i n
Monday, tho Kth day of October. In3
JNO. J. CHANDLER, President.
SASH AND DOORS.
. J AIVIKS STEELE,
(8 accessor to St.eli & Hrrst,)
Wbm ST.. BKT. CHESTNUT AND CHERRY,
K VA MS VII. L E, INDIA N,
SASH, BOORS, WINDOW BLINDS
Ho.'j-u, Ac., of every -U-icription coustantl
is hand. Packing Boxes of all kinds made to or.
.nier. Sawine of everv kind doim
''( kk WALNIT STREET AND CANAL, "
K V A N S V I L L E , I N D . ,
Flae ou hand the largest lot of
J-aslu'. Uoors, Blinds, Frames, Ac,
Kver M a fac t u red iu the Vest.
THEY ARE OF MY OWN MAKE.
1 have also a fine lot of White Pine and Popular
Flooring. Moulding of all kinds made and sawing
of all descriptions done at tha shortest notice.
U EL HORN & BRINKMAN,
(Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in
iMEBICAX 3,D ITALIAN MABBLE.
Main Street Near Court House.
EVANSVILLE, - INDIANA.
' iJ"Monuments, M
kinds of furniture W
cuted in the latest an
ties. Tombs, Vases, and all
Vnently and promptly ex
"st styles. derl
Direct from the Quarries, tne
The Finest Stock of Marble
Ever l.n.ugbt t this market, and lor sale al
STREET & YOUNG'S
American and Italian
. WARE AND SALES ROOM "
Near the Canal
Our facilities for furnishing those wishing
Or anything else in our line, are unsurpassed iu
Our Stock of Marble is complete, having been
selected with great care at the Quarries myKdftw
R Y LUTZ
XI O Ci 353 IE T 13
CUesnut Street lind the
j 1" HAVE SETCRNED HOME FROM TnE
! 1 army, and am reidy to see my old customers,
; aud the public generally, at the ol.l stand.
me 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 horces and wagens, having a
good stable and wgon-yard. Mv Bar Isalso open
tor rust omers. h. LrjTZ.
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES.
STEPHENH. S. COOK,
175 Main Street,
Between Sixth and Seventh,
Is the place to obtain the CI tea pest and best
Good Sugar 7 ponnds for 81.
Excellent Coffee 3 pounds for 91.
Everything else in proportion. Eatables ot all
kinds kept constantly on hand. Call andexamine
articles and prices before purchashing elsewhere.
BQy"Go.d Fiesh Butt'-r received every Saturday.
WM. GLENN & SONS,
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND AND TOR
sale at the lowest market prices, a large and
well selected stork of Groceries. Tobacco, Cordage,
Wooden Ware, Ac , to which we invite the atten
tion of Merchants. sepl9
Umuel E. GitseaT. Wiluam R. Bakes.
S. E. GILBERT & CO
Sycamore Street, bet. Water and First,
A full assortment of Groceries always ou band,
ad for sale at the lowest prices.
BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT,
Oa Third Street between Main
CHANGE OP EXCHANGE
A NEW ARRANGEMENT.
SAM fiUAMMER & HIRST JOHNSON i
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
Liqnors and their larders will at all times be tilled
with the richest Hair ties from the animal and
vegetable kingdoms, and the waters of the vasty
deep will be made to contribute of their richest
Especial attention will W given to the curiae,
which will bo under charge of the most competeut
FIRST CLASS Rm is Iar8 auJ tir TABLES
The establishment will re-open on Tuesday next
A liberal share of public patronage is respectfully'
CI UN DRIES
Strawberry and Lemon S
Brazil Nuts, Essence of Coffee, Wooden Bowls,
Luglish Walnuts, Figs, Raisins, Currants,
.: Candy, Oysters, 8hoe, Horse and
hcrubbmg Brushes, Lobsters, Sardines, Alum,
Epsom fealts, Roll Brimstone, Sulphur, Copperas,
Madder, Extract of Losrsmud. Initio rr.Vfr.,!
IT'. l;or': r ""I kinds. Tobacco of all
kinds, Blacking, Battiug, Nutmegs, Cigars of all
kinds. Ginger, Camphor, Carolina and Wagon
Tar, Brooms, Cotton tarn, Ground Ginger, Castile
tar. Soda, Bod Conis of all kimi. T,.h, ,.r .11
Soap, Playing Cards, OlassJars. Lanterns, Tum-
bleis aud tlasks, i'epper Sauce, Matches, Pickles,
Mustard, rish of ail kinds Tomato Catsup, Powder, ;
Safety Fuse, Soap, of al! kinds. Starch, Teas, Yta-
egnr, L.eiier, i,oie, v-ap, aim ancy i'aper, Wrap
i ping Paper, Envoi. .js. Salt Petre, Gnm Drops
Wooden Bowls, Jqjabe Paste, Cinnamon, Coal Oi
Clothes Pins, British Lustra, Bonnet Boards, Ink
' Cloves, Nails, Sash, Glass, Spirits Turpentine, all
' spicn. Sal Soda, Pain Killer, Licorice, A-c, Ac, are
i- A supply of the above kept constantly on band
and for sale low by 6. E. GILBERT A CO.,
iytf No. sSyeamore Street.
JAMES H. McNEKLY.
F. M. THAYER.
JNO. H. McNEXLY.
mines tub riu or thx
Evansville Journal Company.
BETWEEN FIRST AND WATER.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21
The Chicago Times calls Jjjsi
dent Lincolqgjthe knee-sprang-, suvperan
uated old Imbecile." It evidently has
heard from Ohio.
The Chicago Times defines the
Government to be " the Constitution and
tha laws made in pursuance thereof."
It strikes us that the administration of
the laws is also an, . essential element of
government. The Times, however, is in
favor of the Constitution and laws, but
opposed to their administration.
The State Sentinel, in sDeakinff
of the election in this District, says:
" last year the Republicans carried sev
eral counties, but now they are all Demo
cratic." This is a mistake. Last year
the Union party was defeated in every
county, except Warrick, which they car
ried by three majority. This year they
are beaten in every county but Vander
burgh and Spencer, which they have ar
ried on au aggregate vote.
A True Prophet but a False Man.
Alexander H. Stephens was an earn
est and staunch opposer of secession
doctrines. He could not fail to see the
inevitable consequences of the measure,
though by a strange hallucination he
afterwards covered his eyes, joined the
infatuated company of conspirators
against a Government which he had just
exonerated from all reproach, and leap
ed into the abyss of which he had im
plored them to beware. Here in his
speech, delivered in the convention call
ed to determine if Georgia should secede,'
Mr. Stephens said :
That this step once taken could never
be recalled ; and all the baleful and with
ering consequences that must follow, (as
tney woum see,) will xest oa the Con
vention for all coming time. When we
and our posterity will see our lovely
South desolated by the demon of war
which this act of yours will inevitably in
vite and call forth; when our green fields
of waving harvests shall be trodden down
by the murderous soldiery and fiery car
oi war sweeping over our land; our tem
ples of justice laid in ashes; all the hor
rors and desolations of war upon us; who
but this Convention will be held respon
sible for it? and who but he who shall
have given his vote for this unwise and
ill-timed measure, (as I honestly think
and believe.) shall be held to strict ac
count for this suicidal act, by the pres
ent generation, and probably cursed
and execrated by posterity for all com
ing time, for the wide and desolating
ruin that will inevitably follow this act
you now propose to perpetrate?
Pause, I eutreat you, and consider for
a moment what reasons you can give
that will even satisfy yourselves in calm
er moments what reasons can you give
to your fellow-sufiFererB in the calamity
that it will bring upon us? What rea
sons can you give to the nations of the
earth to justify it? They will be the
calm and deliberate judges in the case;
and to what cause or one overt act can
you name or point, on which to rest the
plea of justification? What right has
the North assailed? What interest of
the South has been invaded? What ius-
i tice has been denied? And what claim,
' founded iu justice and right, has been
j withheld? Can either of you to-day
! name one governmental act of wrong,
! deliberately and purposely done by the
Government of Washington, of which
the South has a right to complain? I
challenge the answer! While, on the
I other hand, let me show the facts, (and
; believe me, gentlemen, I am not here
the advocate of the North ; but I am here
j the friend, the firm friend and lover of
j the South and her institutions, and for
i this reason 1 speak thus plainly and
I faithfully for yours, mine, and every
! other man's interest, the wordj of truth
I and soberness,) of which I wish you to
! judge, and I will only state facts which
i are clear and undeniable, and which
j now stand as records authentic in the
i history of our country,
j When we of the South demanded the
I slave trade, or the importation of Afri
cans for the cultivation of our lands, did :
they not yield the right for twenty years? i
When we asked a three-fifth representa-1
tion in Congress tor our slaves, was it
not granted I
When we asked and de-!
manded the return of any fugitive from
justice, or the recovery of those persons
owing labor or allegiance, was it not in
corporated in the Constitution, and again
ratified and strengthened in the fugitive
slave law of 1850? .
But do you reply that in many instan
ces they have violated this compact, and
have not been faithful to their engage
ments? As individuals and local com
munities they may have done so; but not
by the sanction of Government Again,
gentlemen, look at another act: when
we have asked that more territory should
be added, that we might spread the in
stitution of slavery, have they not yielded
to our demands in giving us Louisiana,
States have been carved, and Simple ter
rioriaa ana lexas, out ot which four
ritory for lour more to be added in due
time, if you by this unwise and impolitic
act do not destroy this hope, and, per
haps, by it lose all, and have your last
slave wrenched from you by stern mili
tary rule, as South America and Mexico
were; or by the vindictive decree of a
universal emancipation, which may rea
sonably be expected to follow.
But, again, gentlemen, what have we
to gain by this proposed change of our
relation to the General Government?
We have always had the control of it,
and can yet, if we remain in it, and are
as united as we have been. We have
had a majority of the Presidents chosen
from the South; as well as the control
and management of most of those chosen
from the North. We have had sixty
years of Southern Presidents to their
twenty-four, thus controlling the Execu
tive department So of the Judges of
the supreme Court, we have had eighteen
from the South, and but eleven from the
v,,t, . I f Wkf e T
JNortn although nearly four-fifths of the
judicial business has arisen in the Free
Krnroa o ron A 1
states, yet a majority of the Court has
aiwavs Deen trom the South Thi wa
have required so as to guard against anv i
;n,or?Q,: rf,i,.E?'m't.,ln? I
c wuaHMuoo against
us. In like manner we have been
equally watchful to guard our interests
in the Legislative branch of govei nment I
In choosing the presiding Presidents ;
pro. tern. ) of the Senate, we have had
twenty-four to their eleven. Speakers of
EVANSVILLE, LND., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21 1863.
the House, we have had twenty-three,
ana iney iweive. wnue me majority ot
tne .Representatives, Irom their greater
population, have always been from the
North, yet we have so generally secured
the Speaker, becanse he, to a great ex
tent, shapes and controlls the legislation
of the country. Nor have we had less
control in every other department of the
General Government. Attorney Gener
als we have had fourteen, while the North
have had but five. Foreign ministers
we have had eighty-six, and they but ;
fifty-four. While three-fourths of the
business which demands diplomatic
agents abroad is clearly from the Free
States, from their great commercial in- !
terests, yet we have had the principal j
embassies so as to secure, toe world-markets
for our cotton, tobacco and sugaron
the best possible terms. Wa have had a
vast majority of the higher officers of
both army and navy, while a larger pro
portion of the soldiers and sailors were
drawn from the North. Equally go of
Clerks, Auditors, Comptrollers filling the
Executive department, the records show
for the last fifty years thjt of the three
thousand thus employed, we have had
more than two-thirds of the same, while
we have but one-third of the white popu
lation of the Republic.
Again, look at another item, and one,
be assured, in which we have a great
and vital interest; it is that of revenue,
or means of supporting government.
From official documents, we learn that a
fraction over three-fourths of the revenue
collected for the support of the govern
ment has uniformly been raised from the
Pause now while you can, gentlemen,
and contemplate carefully and candidly
these important items. Look at another
necessary branch of Government, and
learn from stern statistical facts how
matters stand in that department I
mean the mail and Post-office privileges
1 that we enjoy under the general govern
j ment as it has been for years past. The
I expense for the transportation of the mail
j in the Free States was, by the report of
' the Post Master General for the year
I 1860, a little over $13,000,000, while the
i income was $19,000,000. But in the
blave Mates the
transportation of the
mail m SMT')Rnnn i,;l iu .
r .1 ' AO t Av 1 .
Tc T 'w11iUZD ,av,,?
a deficit of $0,115,735, to be supplied by
al X " .1 f sar - r
ui vsurui, 1 or our accommodation, and
wi hout it we must have been entire. '
Plir. nrt trnm thici mr,cf aa.anli.1 kMnA nf
cutoff from this most essential branch of
Leaving out of view, for the present,
the countless millions of dollars you must
expend in a war with the North; with
tens of thousands of your sons and brolB1
ers slain in battle, and offered up as sac
rifices upon the altar of your ambition
and for what, we again ask? Is it for
the overthrow of the American govern
ment, established by our common an
cestry, cemented and built up by their
sweat and blood, and founded on the
broad principles of Right, Justice and
Humanity And, as such, I must de
clare here, as I have often done before,
and which has been repeated by the
greatest and wisest statesmen ;iud naf.ri.
ots in this and other , lands, thrft it is
tne best and freest government the most
equal in its rights the most just in its
decisions the most lenient in its meas
ures, and the most inspiring in its prin
ciples to elevate the race of men, that
the sun of heaven ever shone upon.
Now, for you to attempt to overthrow
such a government a3 thi , under which
we have lived for more than three-quarters
of a ceutury in which we have
gained our wealth, our standing as a na
tion, our domestic safety while the ele
ments of peril are around us, with peace
and tranquility accompauied with un
bounded prosperity aud rights unassailed
is the hight of madness, folly aud wick
edness, to which I can neither lend my
sanction nor my vote."
Slavery in Arkansas
THE PEOPLE IN FAVOR OF ITS ABOI.1TIOS.
An Arkansas letter to the St. Louis
i " In this State, thanks to the Presi
dent, the slavery question is settled.
1 All the Union men and non-slaveholders
j in the State accept the Proclamation as
j settled law, and are glad of it The
i slave-holding rebels had so much faith in
its virtue that they have fled the State
with their slaves, so that the negro ques
j tion is already settled. There is only
! one thingjto fear. If the Government com
I mits the affairs of this State to some
i conservative pro-siaverv man who will
hob-nob with the wealthy slave-holders
and induce the hope in their minds that
1 the Proclamation is 'mere breath,' and
! that they will yet be permitted to hold
; and own their 'slaves, then this State will
I be lost to the Union for year? to come,
! and the horrors of a guerrilla war, such
. as desolates Missouri will prevail in this
"As soon as the principal towns in
the State are governed it will be safe to
cal1 on be PeoPle to e,ect dele?ates to a
convention to form a constitution.
There is no earthly doubt but that such
a convention would unsettle all that the
rebel convention did, and settle the effi
cacv of the President's Pronlamatinn
How Democrats Love the Soldiers. :
The Vallandighamers always claimed i
j to be the friends of the soldiers. They j
; usually pass resolutions, at their meet
! ings, complimenting them; but they ,
j have a strange manner of exhibiting !
! their friendship.
We have before us a few extracts from
; the papers and orators of that party,
which evinces, if not enmity, a very pe- i
j culiar class of love; love for which the
: soldiers will be very apt to exclaim, in j
the language of the Litany, " God de
i liver us I We have heard of damning !
men with faint praise, but never of ex-
pressing admiration, in such language
as the following:
The Ashland Union calls them:
j HIRED HESSIAXS going to the
: sunny Southern soil to BUTCHER by i
wholesale, not foreigners, but GOOD
, MEN, as EXEMPLARY CHRISTIANS
as any of OUR MEN.
And the Ashland county Democratic
Convention passed the following;
Resolved, That the late attacks upon
the Ashland Union by the Abolitionists,
1 are evidences that that paper is on the;
! RIGHT TRACK, and worthy the sup- j
port of the Democracy of Ashland i
A Kent county delegate to the Michi
, gan Democratic Convention said:
We must make a strong ticket, and if
, THESE DAMNED SOLDIERS don't
Set back to vote, we shall carry the
1 Tlio tamo r?AlperntA ilen aaiA.
Any mat WllO volunteers to go and I
,rhr in tKi war OrTflWT TO nu I
HOT. Thev are all ( 1 Abtilitionistg. !
George W. Peck, in a speech before
by declaring ,n the organic act of the . tmi
State that Slavery was abolished and I tofore, a good assortment of Wheeler A Wilson's
Should never again exist in the State, i iml Singers Sewing Machines and Needles, Silk
a 11 it.- v j 1 ,, Thread and oil, and everything that is connected
All this can be done in a few months, if ; with the business, and will repair all kind of Sew
the man who 'S sent here to manage ' ln8 Machines and put on new improvements.
things wants it done. " j SrM y sellman. Ag-t.
the Lansing (Michigan) Democratic As- J
: sociation, in March last, said:
xou isiacic Kepubueans begun this
war. You had carried it on for two
years. You have sent your HELL
HOUNDS down South to devastate the
country and what have you done? You
have not conquered the South. You
NEVER CAN conquer them. And
why? Because they are OUR BRETH
REN!" Two followers of Frank Pierce and
Vallandigharn, in Marlow, New Hamp
shire, on hearing of the wounding of
some of the volunteers from that town
at the battle of Williamsburg, said:
" Well, if they (the soldiers) have a
mind to put up their heads for a mark,
they must expect to be hit. If they have
a mind to fight in such a MEAN
CAUSE, I have NO PITY FOR THEM
IF THEY GET WOUNDED OR
Glorious George Pugh said, in Madi
son county, in a conversation with sever
al persons, all of whom he supposed to
" WE COULD GET ALONG FINE-
' LY AT OUR MEETINGS IF IT WAS
NOT FOR THE D D SOLDIERS."
The Butternut party opposed the law
allowing the soldiers to vote; and they
intend to contest the legality of their bal-
. . - . - .. . & . J - -
lots this falL Verily
they do love the
At Cave City, Tennessee, the oth"
er day, the down train, filled with Union
troops, met the up train containing sev
eral hnndred 'rebel prisoners. The N.
Y. Tribunes correspondent savs as soon
; as they came alongside, they entered
; into conversation along the whole line,
I and being detained an hour or two, there
was an opportunity tor considerable dis
cussion, all of which was carried on
with hearty good will and cordiality.
Among other topics discussed was the
vital aud everlasting one of What are
you fighting for?" A Union officer
coming along put that question to a
rebel. " What are yaus 1 ' (yoars) was
the immediate reply of '"Alabama" and
some others. " That is not answering
my question. I asked you first," said
the officer; at which there was mutter-
f liKcrtw Killa " " A Knli i nniato "
1 "unconstitutional" and some
ww4 isiiuj waa va va-a B0 bU
pressions. "We are fighting for the
, -.v, s 1 1 w-a
intelligent looking corporal in a clear nd
. . . . . r
decided voice. I here were some con-
stitutional" muttcrings against this;
but it was entirely too feeble to neutral
ize the impression of truthfulness the
first remark had made on all the crowd,
Confederates and Unionists. " That is
all you need to say," he remarked; that
short sentence covers the whole ground."
Bread for the Hungry !
NEW STEAM BAKERY,
rii DK3IRK TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
sral, that our
NEW STEAM BAKERY,
NO. 11 WATER STREET,
to I,, oniti-fiiii ofMruuu, lua wo auau Keep
constantly on h.-nd atid make to order, on short
notice, all articles raadx at like manufactories;
such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Ac., Ac.
Being supplied with all the modern machinery
to facitiato us in our business, we flatter ourselves
that we cnii give the most ainpl- satisiactiou iu
the quality of onr goods and in prices.
We will also keep ou baud a large and choice
stock of Confections, FrniW, Nuts, Cigars, 4c, to
which we call attention.
Orders for public er private Parries, Festivals,
Bulls, Ac , Ac , promptly filled on reasonable
terms. se18tf A. WELD A CO.
KT 353 "V7"
CARR & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN IMPORTED
Snal Domestic Wines and Liquors, have
up, ucii at No. 28 First street, (adjoining Messrs.
Hollingsworth & Bro., yueeusware Store.) a larg
stock of Liquors, to which we beg to call the at
tention of the trade. We are prepared to offer ex
traordinary inducements to Csh buyers, and re
spectfully nvite Merchants, Bar Keepers, dealers,
and all others who are interested in buying good
Liqnors, to call upon us before purchasing.
Our stock is large, and consists of a very great
variety of Imported Wiues and Liquors of almost
every grade. Also, a largo assortment of old
Bourbon, Monongahela and Rye Whisky, which
we warrant to be genuine,
sepx-fim N. F. CARR A CO.
V T CWT T 1 r T 1 .-.-.- i,Ti..ift Tin . M
TTAVINO RECEIVED LARGE
to our stock of Dry Goods, we invite our nu
merous customers to examine our stock and prices
before purchasing elsewhere.
SCHAPKEB & BUSSING,
oct8 4'J Main Street.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
uica lot of Ladies oaks. Sacoiifs. A-r .
which we will sell cheap.
8CHAPKER & BUSSING,
oct8 19 Main Street.
Order Your Bonnets.
OUR STOCK OF MILLIKERT CANNOT BB
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 ran guarantee :
satisfaction, at greatly reduced millinery prices
8CHAPKER Jfc BUSSING,
49 Main Street.
Carpets! Carpets!! Carpets!!!
WE HAVE NOW A SPLENDID ASSORT
MENT of Carpets to which we respectfully
call the attention of the public.
SCHAPKEB fc 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
ean be suited in quality and prices.
SCHAPKEB t BUSSING,
No. 49 Main Street.
SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S
TTAVING MADE THIS A SPECIAL PART
AA of our business, and havin? bonzht everv
thing in that line direct from importers aad
tnanwactnrers, we dely competition
of the Trimming Department,' flatter themselves
Miau. A 1 V 1
! be"urPM"d Jn
CLOAK, MANTILLA !
X i ess 1VT i-ng
MRS. ELIZA SPEIGLEBERG,
IN THE OLD POST OFFICE BUI1DING, ON I
First Street, has just received fresh supplies i
: from the East, of the richest fabrics, and Is bow
: prepared to make up to order on the most reason- j
able terms. Cloaks, Mantis. Circles, and Sacques :
j of the best material and of the most beautiful '
Her stock is so complete, that with the assist
I ance of the most competent Dress and Cloak :
' makers in the country, she is able to defy all com- j
; petitors in both stye and prices,
j Mrs. Spiegolberg also has bought a lars-e as-
; sorttaent of Silks, Head Dressses, Hair Braids and
; Curls, Ladys' Pocket Handkerchiefs of erery style
j and a great many other articles for the convs
i nieucs of the Ladies of Evansville ai.d vicinity too
numerous to mention.
I The best Sewing Machines of Grover A Baker
manufactory for family use, for sale by
No. IS First Street bet Main and Second.
WARREN & CONYNGTON'S
Bazaar of Fancy Goods.
i P1, r.0BTf8' M,f,.1?,0'8 habmojii.
A UMS. Accordeons. Violin. Cuitar. Vlnta
Clarionets, and everything usually kept in Musio 1
Stores. The only stock of
Sheet Music and Instruction Books
For all instruments will be fonnd bore. The very I
best Italian Violin, Guitar, Violincello and Banjo i
String always on hand.
Fancy Goods, Toys and Kotlaas at Wholesale
Old Pianos taken in exchange for new ones.
Instruments of all kinds repaired and tuned.
ep4 No. 1 MAIN STB KIT,
' Y THANKFUL FOB THB
ge received daring the past four
rmanent resident of this city,
(whether they need his profes
t) to visit his rooms and see the
1 liMral pat
years, ind :.ciu.
desires all usrsO'
sional servioss or
Various Style ot work Manufactured
Improvements and Inventions
Are being made, and everything that will sabserve
the interests of his patients is secured by him. H I
Establishment and Facllitl s
Are equal to any in
He has Several Anesthetics
Alleviating Pain when Extracting
Cheeks that are snnken can be restored to nearly
heir ori ginal contour. All desirable styles of
made anywhere in the United States, are made by
him. Irregularities of Children's Teeth success
fully corrected. Those having
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 PALATX
Office on First St , Near Post Office.
WELLS, KELLOGG & CO.,
XJ A R I V ARE
SKiN Bli; MILL SAW,)
Have received a complete
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Purchased aud Imported direct from the
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
brands, All the celebrated
Log, Trace and
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Shovels and Spades,
Cotton and Wool Cards,
Locks, Latches, Butts and !
Rifles and Revolvers,
Chain Pump Fixtures,
Notions Large Stock.
WELLS, KELLOGG & CO.,
No. 13 First Street.
m aro. 10
Wholesale and Retail
In addition to all in our
i former lines, we now have
the BEST STOCK of the fol
lowing Goods ever brought
to this City, viz:
B. U Gr S ,
Aad almost everything in the
HOUSE FURNISHING LINE.
ssyiSMy JAHl ESS & FRENCH,
So. 10 First Street, K vunavl II. .
MY GOODS HOUSE
I IV T E IV S E
Nos. 14 & 16
Where you will
And them opening the largest
Ever offered n this market iu
Rich Silk and Dress Goods
They stave no Competitors this side
of .n York City.
3E? "ST Eu. T?3 1EJ JF
Embroidered Edgings and Inset t
insrs, Real Laces. Dress Trimmings,
Ladles' Cloth and Beaver Cloaks,
Point Lace Collars and Sets, Ac., Jtc
No's. 14 & 16 First Street,
(Two doors West of Post Office,)
tnyl8 J. T. &, 8. A. COOLIDGE.
KAPPLLR & SCHXAKEXflTRG,
Importers and Dealers in
; Whiskys, Brandies, Wines,
i Gins, &c, &c, &c.
Also Rectifiers and Manufacturers of
Domestic Wines and Liquors.
NO. 4 WATER ST . bet. Main and Sycamore,
augU KVANSTILLK. IND.
ADVEBTISIXG BATES IS DULY
Business cards fS lines or less), one year...$13
" " " six months... 7 Ot
three " . f 50
One square (10 lines or less) one insertion 75
" " three ... 1
" " P ne week 1 75
" " one month 5 60
One square, one inserrien 1 on
j For each subsequent inserthm 50
Special Notices retained oa inside of pape, will
be charged 20 per cent, additional on above rates.
B. J. DAY,
KXAMINIG SURGEON FOR PENSIONARY.
OFFICE On Second Street, between Main and
RESIDENCE At Sherwood House.
Evansville, Jannary 6, 1963.
S. W. THOMPSON, M. D..
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Orrics axe Residexck N Walv.-t Sraxrr
(At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.)
Mounted in Beautiful Style,
Adam's Photoraphie Gallery,
OVER POST-OFfc ICB.
notice to shippers.
Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils.
The undersigned pay their
To the sale of the above articles, and
SOAP STOCKS GENERALLY.
Consignments sent to them will be
PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF -
Quick eturns Made
n vi-ry advanced terms. Weatail our W eekly
Circular gratis to all seMing their address
to ABEAM KNIGHT fc SONS,
43 Water Street, N. T. City.
No. 20 Main Street,
TS THE PLACE TO FIND FANCY GOODS.
A t umbs, Brus es. Pocket Wallets, Card Cases,
Tablets, Scissors. Knives, Watch Keys, Guard
Chains, Thimblee, Needles, Fins, Tape Measures,
Beads, Belt Clasps, Goggles, Spectacles. Ther
mometors, French Harps, Fop Guns, Iory Bat
tles, Harbin. Chessmen, Dolls, Corset Clasps,
Steel Fens. Penciies, Games, Bnbber Balls, Toilet
Sosp. Jewelry. Violin Strings, Work Boxes,
Writing Desks, Feather Dusters, Bird Cage.
Cbildrens' Carriages, Ladies' leaner Work and
TruTt-ling Baskets, c, Ae., at wholesale aad re
HAVE JCST RECEIVED
reneral assortment of
A LARGE AND
Desirable Dry Goods,
Which they invite the "trade" to call and ex
amine prices and qualities; beUering, knowing,
they can save dealers additional freight aud ex
penses in going farther Eastward. jaalS
a . cTpushee,
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Foreign & American Fancy Good6,
COMBS, BRUSHES, PURSES, WALLETS,
saitiieis. Toilet Soaps Bobber Goods,
GAMES, YANKEE NOTIONS,
Ladles' Baskets, Childrens Cabs, dte.
No. 20, Main Street,
WM H. WALKER, Jr.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office on Third Street,
; oct!3-ly Opposite Court House.
C H ARLES DENBY",
Att orney at Law,
: Has rwnnied the practice of Law. Office on Third
1 Strwt, middle of Hall's Block, up stairs. feb2
at La w
OFFICE On Third Street, third door from
Main Street, in the Crescent City Bank Building,
Jas- T. Walker.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Agent for obtaining Pensions,
Back Pay and Bonnty
FOR DISCHARGED SOLDI K3, AND FOR
tho Widows snd other legal representatives of
those who die in the service of the United States
Office on the North-Weet side of Third Street,'
near tho W ashiugton House nd nearly opposite
the Court Hou-e, EransTille, Indiana
All bnsiness entrusted to him will be promptly
attended to. jyl8-ly
SOAP AND CANDLES.'
(Successor to Decker A Kramer),
Manufacturer of Lard Oil
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Also, an extra article of
BVBKISG, IN GINS, AND CAM OIL
Dealers la Resin, Soda, Ashes, Ac Also
Pure Catawba Win
Of our own raising, is quantities to suit par
116 Mai Strtt, eetiMea Pint o.vi Second,
KvaxsVULE, In" ana.
ajar Terms cash, or 60 days' paper negotiable is
TM UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AN
Intelligence Ofiice on Third Street, four doors
west of the Washiugton Hotal, where he will give
strict and promnt attention to all business in it
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I Hi'- JOHN V. Al ...AN
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