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ESTABLISHED, 1831
VOLUME XVI.
EVANSVILLE, iND., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22 18(53.
SADDLERY.
1 1
lia,i-les Babcock,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
soaeh and Saddlery Hardware,
MAIN STBEIT,
K r A XSriLLK, INDIANA.
LJAVINO COMPLETED MY ABBANOE
ll ok au with European and American menu-
acteMvd for a direct supply of all goods In my Una
iiiuled to o!Vr iMii.v nientn that can not tail
to the interest of al! -nsas'd in the business
-tve tnea tr:al.
i .tr lu jvai t .
Axles,
oriugs made
eft e best Str
Bands, enameled at'
all kinds of Leatht.
Ootfcs, Linings for Carriages .
Vrnishe, Castings of all kinds ;
ieddle Troes, Englisfi Bridle Leathers ,
Bit-1, Siirrnps, flours, Haniee, fine Silver
nis.s of all kinds; Jenny Lind Gig Trees:
:t-Hj"i-'::iS I'ade ; Taylor's Patent Hamea ; Fl
v.. reads; Horse Blankets; London
nirth Webs, American Girth and Rein
Wrbs, bo'h cotton and worsted ; Lou
ion WeltSkias, superior article ;
Ivory : Gutta Perch and Braes
!i:ied Martentrai Binge;
" Tupaiiui tLeeseys for
Horse CoTers , the
best quality ef
Carriage
Bolts;
Patent Gig Trees, 4c, Ac., Jtc, Ac.
i keep in (act everything appertaining to either
ijuliu! the business, and understanding bth
branches thoroughly, we wonld respectfully invito
your attention before purchasing elsewhere.
I am eta ceut for Ward's Patent Spring Sa
ssWJt
.. r. CJStWU. J. B. H16HKI
T vE mW FIRM.
SASH AND DOORS.
.J AflSiS STEELE,
miu to iMsBKLfl Hmmi,)
SKI nXD ST., BET. CHESTNUT AND OHKURT,
trAtartBLM, isdias.
SASK, U00RS, WINDOW BLINDS
Dressed Lumber
i oj.u, L.iths, Ac., of every iescriptiou constantly
n b-"il HacVine Boxes of all kinds made to or
rder. Sawing of every kind done on tho shortest
- aplS-ly
4S$l Uaitg io.rnaL
PUBLISHED BY
JAMES H. McNEELY.
F. M. THAYEB.
JNO. H. McNEELY.
r ti:a the hum or Tint
Evansville Journal Company.
Journal
STEAM BAKERY.
13
News Items.
Tnniprn Sitw A ooIa nf aioht liftcra- .
heads of tobacco was made on Monday
Bread for the Hungry !
at the Pickett Warehouse in Louisville, ,
at an average of $20 per one hundred NEW STEAM BAKERY,
pounds. It was eroirn by Samuel Wood- lTo. IX
. W A 1 it S X , j ,X ,
DRUGGISTS.
BROUGHTON & WOOD.
CRESCENT CITY DRUG STORE.
Buildings,
LOCUST STREET,
BETWEEN FIRST AND WATEB.
I f afM a. XT A
riage 01 unrisuan county, ivy. a con- ,
J siderable quantity of tobacco is arriving
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
is -M-JmsJ-
W. HUNNELL,
"OKNKK WALNUT ST BEET AND CANAL,
K V A N S V 1 L L E , IND.,
fl as M hanii tlio larinst lot of
Sashes, Hours, Bliuds, Frames, Ac
k. e r Manufactured in the West.
THEY ABE OF MY OWN MAKE.
I liaTe also a fine lot of White Pine and Popular
flooring. Moulding of all kinds made an rt sawing
of all descriptions done at th shortest notice.
MARBLE WORKS.
UHLH0RN & BRI NEMAN,
(Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers In
MERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE.
Main Htree Near Court House.
EVANSVILLE, - - - INDIANA
THUBS!AV.
here, but we have heard of no traii3ac- i
1 tions.
The Louisville Journal of Monday
October 22 ! says: ,: By special and reliable dispatches, '.
IXTE DESIRE TO
VV of EransTillc, and the community i
"Monuments, M
kinds of Furniture W
"cnted in the latest an
tlea. Totnbe, faasa, and all
toeatly and promptly -
"'St styles. deol
r.. THE SI BSCBIBEBS, WHOLESALE
niaiiak0taretcsT Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
H:r iesi. Sc., dlre to inform the public that we
U-iv- I ifgrly iaorasiaaji our stock on hand, andjpby
i pllcttlon onrselTes and the employment
i woi kiiiau in our shops, we are able to fur
ii i astael :: itirv any and ail kinds ami quanti
of work to suit the trade. Those who jrill
Dtv'or n srith a call, can satisfy tbemselres, that
Ike - .in iirut-ure, at lower prices, good snbstan
:!, tancy anil durtble work of ns than they can
anywhere else, (and far better than the Eastern
ihop-wo-k.)'
The memtM-r of the firm being practical work
men themseWes, attending personally to all
orders with promptness, care and dispatch, deter
mi netl that none shall excel in style of finish or
v of work, give better satisfaction to thoe
imtroniziug ns ; feel confident it will be to the
interest of all to come and see for themselves be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Store on Locust Street, above the Sherwood
Booas, between First and Second Streets, No. 25.
X. B. Guarantee all we sell.
1J W. F. COBWIN A CO.
removal;
fUE DNDERSIfiNED FIBM HAVE BE
i moTed their Saddlery establishment to ths
Corner of Main and Second Street, in the room oc-
'-epied by Fred. Krone, deceased.
C. WOLFF & J. ES0EPSCH,
i' A M FAi T VEERS Or AND DEALERS Id
acldles, Harness,
CO LARS, &c., &c,
Iain Street, Cor. Second,
(Store formerly occuppied by Fred. Krone.)
mA11 orders attended to with dispatch. Work
- ' norlA-ly
BOOTS & SHOES.
W H. Wll.KF.K.
DE C. EVANS.
WALKER & EVANS,
Retail Dealers Exclnsively la
Ju?T RooeiVTd,
Direct from the Quarries, tne
The Finest Stock of Marble
Ever ih'M t this market, and for sale al
STREET & YOUHG'S
American and Italian
Marble Manufactory,
WARE AMD SALES ROO.H
No. 134
MAIN STREET,
Near the Canal
Our facilities for furnishing those wishing
MOXl'HBSTS,
CRAVESTOSES,
TOMBS,
HiHTIiES.
Oranythiug else in our line, are nnsnrpassed in
the West
Oar Stock of Marble Is complete, having been
selected with great care at the Quarries rayoaAw
A Frank Confession.
On the 29th of September the World
copied a long article from the Cincin
cinuati Enquirer, going to show that it
was not Vallandigham, the peace man
and traitor, who was a candidate, but
Y'landigham the martyr, and urging
even War Democrats to vote for him on
that ground. In order to enforce this
logic, the World said:
" Mr. Vallandigham, elected Governor
of Ohio, could do no more iu the advoca
cy or promotion of a fruitless and impos
sible peace than he now does. There
are laws to obey, and he would obey and
execute them. His voice for peace
would weigh just what it has always
weighed no more, no less. But pure,
civil liberty would receive a righteous
vindication in the elevation to power
of him in whose person she has been
most foully outraged. That this is the
issue, before the people of Ohio, we do
not hesitate to say. '
The same remarkable journal said
yesterday:
" It has turned out to be hopeless as
any politician of ordinary sagacity j
might have foreseen that it would to !
attempt to pursuade 1 plain people 1 that j
in voting for Vallandigham they were !
not voting for Valiandighatu's avowed j
political principles.''
If this accomplished and versatile au- !
thority would confess with the same can- j
dor that it is as destitute of principle as I
it admits itself to be of " ordinary sagac- j
ity," we should be inclined to compliment I
it on the dawn of that wisdom which
consists in self-knowledge. New York
Post.
GROCERIES.
HENRY L U T Z,
Dealer io
PROVISIONS,
Cor. Chesnut Street and tba Can a!
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
I
Daniel S. Dickinson on Spubiocs
" Democracy." In a letter to a Union
mass meeting at Buffalo, last week, Attorney-General
Dickinson thus charac
terized the Seymour "democracy:"
It may be democratic according to
copperhead acceptation, to encourage
this perjured, perfidious rebellion, by
every mode of in stimulation. It may, ac
cording to the same idea, be democratic
to present to foreign despots the exhibi
tion of a divided people upon a question
which concerns our existence, and thus
encourage them to do openly what they
are doing secretly. But it is not the de
mocracy in which I was raised, and I
repudiate it and all its belongings. There
are to-day more democrats upon the
Union ticket than upon the copperhead,
deducting the Know-Nothings and back
sliding free-soilers on theirs; and as to
the principles which tbey sfeck to oat&b
lish as vital to democracy, such demo
cratic blood, in the days of Gen. Jack
son, would have vomited a leech without
the aid of warm water.
HAVE KETTBKED HOME FROM Til K
army, and am reidy to seomrold customers.
and the public ire ne rally at the old stand.
The highest market price paid for PBODUCE.
I am nrar rarl 1 1 af.-i m inu(ata lunrL atf unit.
lag Market with board aad lodging, ani will also i (ill old regiments does not interfere with
take cars of their iioraea and waeens, haTing a , t eleven reeiment already commenc
'Ml SlflUir A. I 1 KWII 1BKI. 'I ' I'll IO BllV ' ' I 'V .
The New Regiments.
To the People of Indiana :
Being charged with the organization
of the new Indiana regiments, I present
the following inducements to rapid re
cruiting: 1. The new call for 300,000 men to
lor customer.
octij-lwdiltuH
ii. ivrz
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES.
B00TS& SHOES
No. 81
STEPHEN H. S. COOK,
175 Main Street,
Between Sixth and Seventh,
Is the place to obtain the Cheapest and best
FAMILY GROCERIES
Oood Sitgr 7 pound Tor 91.
Excellent Coffee 3 pounds for 91.
Everything else in proportion. Eatables ot all
kinds kept constantly on hand. Call an.! examine
articles and prices before purchashing elsewhere.
ttVGwxl Fresh Butt.r received every Saturday.
augS
WM, GT.ENN & SONST
Wholesale Grocers.
70 and 72 Vine Street,
Bet. Second and Pearl Sis.
CINCINNATI, 0.
MAIN STREEr
Evansville, Ind.
AVS ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR
sale at tlie lowest market prices, a large and
well selected stock of Groceries. Tobacco, Cordage,
Wooden Ware, Ac , to which wa invito the atten
tion of Merchants. seplt)
ed, which, if raised by November 10th,
will hold their independent, perfect or
ganization. 2. Large bounties are not contingent
upon three years service, but will be
paid whenever a regiment is discharged,
however short the service.
3. The new regiments will be credited
to Indiana upon the call for 300,000
men, or upon the draft which will follow
the failure to fill the quota.
4. The war is norrowed to such issues
that the prompt enlistment of the new
quota must end the rebellion. Examine
this matter for yourselves.
A fair survey of the map, which every
citizen should make tor himselt, will
show that large territory has been re
gained that the Federal armies control
the great fields of Southern supply that
their people are overcrowded in their re
stricted domain, and that the rebellion
must risk its all in the resistance that
may remain to its two great armies.
So long as the Army of the Potomac is
received at a late Hour last nignt, we
learn that General Burnside's army holds
the line of the East Tennessee & Virgin
ia Railroad to ZollicorTer. and has de
stroyed all the bridges on that road to a
point within ten miles above Bristol,
with a large amount of rolling stock.
Our pickets hold the Hiawassee, on the
south side, and connect with Kosecrans
on the north side. The army is iu the
best condition and spirits.
Col. Makkland, the special aent of
the Post Office Department, arrived in
Louisville from Vicksburg on Monday.
The Journal says it is truly gratified
that the report that this excellent officer
has resigned, is not true. The Govern
ment could illy spare the services of so
efficient an official.
A Lieutenant of the Federal troops at
Brownsville, Arkansas, found recently a
letter from the rebel General Kirby
Smith to Marmaduke, formerly com
manding at Brownsville, explaining a
plan for the States west of the Mississip
pi seceding yet farther, from the Confed
eracy, and claiming the protection of
France. The letter adds that a number
of the rebel leaders are to meet at Aus
tin, Texas, and arrange their plans.
Charles Halleck, son of the editor of
the the N. Y. Journal of Commerce
went South some months ago, as a refu
gee, and obtained employment on the
Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist. The
Richmond Dispatch says he has recent
ly " deserted to the euemy. "
A Good Wholesome Region. The
Catskill (New York) Journal reports
that the editor of the Recorder (Sey
mourite newspaper of Greene ' county)
was enrolled last year at the age of thirty-four
; now he is put down at thirty
seven having grown three years older
in one year ; while the editor of the
Prattsville News (another Seymourite
journal) was down at thirty-two last
year, and now at thirty-six four years
older in one year, and beating the form
er one year. It must be fine growing
weathr in that region.
The trunks of two trees have been
sent from the battlefield at Gettysburg
for the Masachusetts and Pennsylvania
Historical Societies. They will attest
the fierceness of the conflict there, one
of them having 250 bullet holes in the
space of 21 feet, and the other having
110 in the same space. Sad reminders
they will be of theheroic dead.
The Cause ok the War. The RicL-
tnrmrl Bnauirer of the 10th September
has this testimony as to the cause 01
the present war:
It appears that slaveholders are averse
for some reasons, to hire their negroes
in the Confederate army. The preju
dice is certailny an ignorant and mean
one. As the war was originated and is
carried out in great part for the defense
of the slaveholder and his property
rights, and the oerDetuation of the insti
tution, it is reasonable to suppose that j
he ought to be the first and foremost in
aiding by every means in his power, the j
triumph and success of our arms.
The editor of the Enquirer is much j
more honest than Vallandigham " and
Voorhees, who swear the Abolitionists
caused the war.
John Hull, a citizen of Detroit, was so
overcome by the news of the defeat of
Vallandigham, that, late on Tuesday
INFORM THE CITIZENS
u gen
eral, that our
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
j notice, all articles made at like manufactories ;
such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Ac, Ac
Being supplied with all the modern machinery
: to laciliate us in our business, we flatter ourselves
i that we can give the most ample satisfisction 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 tilled on reasonable
f A. WHLD CO.
terms.
seplStf
LIQUORS.
1ST 3
TP I JR.M
N. F. CARR & CO.,
HOLESALE DEALERS IN IMPORTED
opened at No. 28 First Street, (adjoining Messrs.
Hollingsworth A Bro., yueensware 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.
Our stock is large, aud consists of a very great
variety of imported Wiuas and Liquors of almost
every grade. Also, a large assortment of old
Bourbou, Monougahsla and Rye Whisky, which
we warrant to be genuine.
sep8-6m N. F. CARR A CO.
DRY GOOD5.
Dry Goods.
HAVING RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS
to our stock of Dry Goods, we invite our nu
merous customers tosxamine our stock and prices
before purchasing elsewhere.
SCHAPKER A BUSSING,
octS 49 Stain Street.
Drugs, Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, Varnish,
Window Glass,
Sand Paper,
Perfumery, Soaps,
Coal Oil, Lamps,
Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax,
Patent Medicines,
Dye Stuffs.
S ?le Agents for Whit
field's Pile Cure.
FAMILY
DEE
ME
loaks Again.
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
nice lot of Ladies' Cloaks, Sacques, Ac,
hich we will sell cheap.
SCHAPKER A BUSSING,
octS 49 Main Street.
VV
Order Your Bonnets.
OUR STOCK OF MILLINERY CANNOT BE
excelled. In silk we have every shad from a
subdued elephant to a butternut color.
Having employed Milliners whose work has
drawn a premium at every Fair where it has been
exhibited, we are confident that we can guarantee
satisfaction, at greatly reduced millinery prices.
SCHAPKER A BUSSING,
49 Main Street.
Carpets! Carpets!! Carpets!!!
XfU HAVE NOW A SPLENDID ASSORT
VV MENT of Carpets to which we respectfully
call the attention of the public.
SCnAPKER A BUSSING8,
No. 49 Main Street.
SCHAPKER k BUSSING'S
Shawl and Cloak Department.
A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF THIS
Department will satisfy every one that they
can be suited in quality and price.
SCHAPKER A BUSSING,
No. 49 Main Street.
WM. E. HALLOCK,
Druggist and Apothecary,
SO. 10, FIRST STREET, NEAR POST OFFICE,
Has just received another large aad splendid as
sortment of
Pure Drugs,
Chemicals,
Perfumeries,
Brushes,
Medicines,
Fancy Articles,
Pomades,
L'ombs,
MANTUA MAKING.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
CLOAK, MANTILLA
AND
Dress 'tML.ct'fcg 1ng.
MRS. ELIZA SPEIGLEBERG,
IN THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON
First Street, has just receivd frtsh supplies
from the East, of the richest fabrics, and Is now
prepared to make up to order on the most reason
able terms. Cloaks, Mantlas, Circle, and Sacques
of the best material and of the mo -t beautiful
styles.
Her stock is so complete, that with the assist
ance of the most com pe Tent Dress and Cloak
makers in the country, she isable t defy all com
petitors in both stye aud prices.
Mrs. Spiegelberg also has boinrht a hire as
sortment of Silks, Head Dressses, Hair Braids aud
Curls, Ladys' Pocket Handkerchiefs ot every style
aud a great many other articles lot (be conve
nience of the Ladies of Kvausville ai.tivicinity V.Hr
numerous to mention.
The best Sewing Machines of Grover A Baker
manufactory for familv use, for sale hv
Mrs. KLIZA 8PIKGSLBERG,
No. 13 First Street Lot Main and Secoud.
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MUSIC" STORE.
MEDICAL.
M. D.,
SURGEON.
EXAMIXIG SURGEON FOR PENSIONARY.
OFFICE On Second Street, between Main and
2. J. DAY,
PHYSICIAN &
KSStDESOKAt Sherwood House.
i jpville. January 6, 1S63.
S. W. THOMPSON, M. D.,
PHYSIv IAN & SURGEON
irrirK avi RESiDesrK No. 35 Walhtt Stmct
(At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.)
EVANSVILLE, IHDUSA.
uov29-ly
WARREH" & CONYNGTON'S
MUSIC STOR
AMD
Bazaar of Fancy Goods.
PIANO FORTES, MKLODEONS, Ii ARMONI- f
UMS, Acoordeons, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, I
Clarionets, and everything usnally kept in Music t
Stores. The only stock of
Sheet Music and Instruction Books
For all Instruments will be found here The very :
best Italian Violin, Guitar, Violiucello and Banjo ;
Strings always on hand.
Fancy (mods. Toys and KiIum at holeib
aud Retail.
1VORYTYPES,
PHOTO GR APS
AXD
,rci Fioturei
ALSO,
WEDDING CARDS,
Mounted In Beautiful Style,
AT I
Adam's Photographic Gallery,
OVER POST-OF&ICK.
PICTURE GALLERY.
Old Pianos taken iu exchange for new ones.
Instruments of all kinds repaired and taaed.
sep4 No. 1 MAIN STREET,
Evacsville.
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Toilet Articles, paps,
Flavoring Extr-jts, &c, &c
Brandies and Wines, for Medical
Purposes.
AU the Approved Patent Medicines kept con
tantly on hand and for sale at North American
prices.
aeaParticnlar attention paid to the compounding
f prescriptions at all hours.
WM. E. HALLOCK,
No. lOSouth First Street, near Post Office,
nov'27 Evansville, Ind.
DRY GOODS.
HEW AND ELEGANT GOODS
DENT!
. KLiSG I T THANKFUL FOR THfc
A lileratpat. iuje received during the past four
yea: s, aud n, rmanent resident of this city,
desires all irso (whether they need his profes
sional services or t ) to visit his rooms and see the
Various Style eiwork Manufactured
Improvemen s and Invent1 on s
Are being made, and everything that will subsr rve
the interests of his patients is secured by him. H i
Establishment and Faeiliti s
Are equal to any in
EASTERN CITIES.
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Extracting
SCHAPKER & BU8SING'S
HAVING MADETlIISrlc'lAL PART
of our business, and having bought every
tMi'g in that line direct from importers and
mauufactureas, we defy competition.
MU Epi - d'I B.Um , who have charge
of the Trimming Department, flatter themselves
that they cannot be surpassed iu trimming by
any Milliner.
GROCERIES.
(. F WUKELIK. S. BIQGK. W. J. BOM
WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG,
Whole le dealers in
GROCERIES,
SALT, COTTON YARNS
Malls, Window Glass, Sash. Doors, etc.
Xo. I; North First Street,
Corner ot Sycamore.
F.VANSV1LLE, INDIANA.
1ST 151 XKT
fHOU.
roa
i Alleviating Pain w ben
rtetn.
Cheeks that are snnken can be restored to nearly
heir ori ginal contour. All desirable etvles of
ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
made anywhere in the United States, an made by
him. Irregularities of Children's Tt-eth success,
fully corrected. Those having
DECAYED TEETH
Should either have them Extracted or Filled. I the
latter if possible.) The health of the psxties aid
the remaining T-th demand ix.
NEURALGIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED.
Omca u - ALSO CLEFT PALATE
HARDWARE, &C.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils.
The mult-rsigiied jay thir :,
Particular Attentaon
To the sale of the aboTe articles, and
SOAP STOCKS GEKERALIiT .
''v.- gnments sent to them will be
f PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF
Ivanced
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. A. C00E & CO.
ARE RECEIVING AND OPENING AT
WELLS, KELLOGG & CO.,
VARIETY STORE.
COPARTNERSHIP
rr. HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH U8 WM
YV Sugg, late of Lniontown, B.y
Wholesale Grocery business
niffht. he went to the dock and
himself. He bad previously said he
would do so if Val. wai not elected.
Who in this vicinity will be the first to
imitate his sensible example? We
could spare a number and would be no
worse off.
President Lincoln has approved the
sentence of the court martial in the case
of J. C. Wilmore, found guilty of pre
senting fraudulent claims against the
Government. He is to pay a fine of
' $10,000 and be imprisoned two months.
It is said that when the news from the
drowned ! will b Wheels. Rigps 4 Sugg
J
in the
The style of tho arm
WHEELER RIGGS.
No. 7
DEALKR3 IN
FIRST STREET.
A New and Elegant Stook of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods
HARDWARE
AND
10FFEE-
V Just reeeived 100 bags prime Rio Coflee ;
60 bags good tan Conee ;
SO boxes Ground do ; and for sale cheap at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S
-1HKESE
60 boxes Western Reserve Cheese ;
20 boxes Hamburg Cheese.
Just received and to arrive at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S.
AND
JST O T I
C1YRUP A MOLASSES
adequate to watch Lee, and give full oc- ! Ohio election reached Vallandigham his
nrnae it nn v remmni lair luriicu nunc in n vv"iv. ..v
We devote our whole time and. attention to the
3ahuel E. Gilbert." William R. Bakes.
S. E. GILBERT & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Sycamore Street, bet. Wster and First,
XvAitsvtLLB, Ind.
A full assortment of Groceries always, on hand,
ad for sale at the lowest prices.
NEW SALOON.
Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively . SHAEFER' S SALOON.
Consequently cau give you better bargains than
those who are " dabbling " in Boots and Shoes
in connection with other business.
City and
sepfr-ly
County Orders
par for Goods.
taken at
SEGARS, &c.
Sf HROEDER & LEMCKE,
WHOLXSALS BIALIKS IK
Cigars, Smoking, Chewing Tobacco,
Snuff, Pipes, & c.
JST--y. BO Main S-t., !
EVANSVILLE, IND.
If 9 hare now, and will keop, on hand a complete
nd w?U aasoned stock of
CIGARS & TOB A.CCO,
AM OFFER THE SAME TO THE PUBLIC
LOW FOR CASH.
a$ vvitk-ra ill Ani it to their interest to call and
exaaaine oar prices. We are enabled to sell to
t t.cm as low ae ny house in the West.
. tl7-dw SCHROEHKH & LSMCKX.
STOVE WORKS.
r. w. saiNKxr.vr.E. a. hxlbliio
SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS.
BRINK MEYER & CO.,
Manufacturer of
Mm ., lioiiow Ware, Iron Ballings,
Mouse, Fronts, Verandas,
- Baleonlea, Castings In General,
ipf-ER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, Ao
?!ei Boom Main Street, opposite Court
BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT,
On Third Street between Main
and Sycamore.
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
octVlm
CHANGlPXCHANGE
A NEW ARRANGEMENT.
SAM GRAMHER
having purchased
Theodore's Exchange,
BE FITTING IT UP IN EXCELLENT
XjL 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 filled
with the richest dainties froai the animal and
vegetable kingdoms, and the waters of the vasty
deep will be made to contribute of their richest
(tores.
Especial attention will be itiven to the caivwe,
which will be under charge of the most competent
aitists.
Their Billiard Room is large and their TABLES
FIRST CLASS.
The establishment will re-open on Tuesday next.
A liberal share of public patronage is respectfully
f licited. mv3ne:tm
cupation to his
that our troops in the Southwest be so
augmented as to overwhelm Brag?; and
occupy the lines covered by his armies.
With this result realized, the fall of
Richmond is only a question of time.
Succeea in Georgia, and its relating ter
ritory, is final success. The enemy ac
ceDt this issue, and fight to avoid that
calamity and protract the struggle.
Onr plain duty is to realize the splen
j did results. Were the new quota in the
j field, you would know that the end was
j near. To delay enlistments, is therefore
to protract the war. Prompt enlist
! ments make short enlistments. Some
1 have demanded six months troops, upon
the idea, that a large army, expeditious
i ly raised, would close the war in that
time. Three year enlistments will turn i
to six month's enlistments, if thus we i
close the war; while the moral effect of
preparation for any emergency is greatly i
enhanced by such recruiting.
o. ine popular heart ot Jiurope now
ii HARRT JOHNSON warms towards your cause, and expects j
of you fresh vigor. 1 he people have re
newed the pledge to prosecute the war.
Now, vindicate this pledge, and let in
stant effort be made to have the new
regiments ready to take early part in
the crowning struggle to overwhelm re
bellion by the fresh display of your pat
' riotism and power.
! Thus shall Indiana anticipate the draft,
and maintain the credit which has be
come a part of her glory in every phase
of this war for freedom and national in
dependence. y order of the Governor,
Henry B. Carbikgton,
Brigadier General, U. S. V.
have been his treasonable black heart
that changed color.
A conflict of authority has taken place
between the State and Confederate au
thorities in Butler county, Alabama,
which has caused great excitement
among the people. The town of Green
ville is especially excited. The Provost
Guard had been fired upon and one per
son killed. Others were captured. Two
companies of soldiers had been sent to
keep the citizens of Butler county in sub
mission. A Union League in Vk-ksburo. Rev.
W. S. Post, chaplain of the 81st Illinois,
in a letter to the Missouri Democrat,
says:
! I may say with regard to Vicksburg,
i that I think there are many uncondition-
j al Union men m this civ- 1 hey seem to i
! have no ands or ifs about their Union- ;
I ism. Mr. Mygatt and others have a
Union League established in the place,
j and now rejoice that they cau be protect- ;
j ed in their rights.
Ladies' Union Association. We ob
' serve that besides a Union Association
: at New Orleans, they have likewise a
i Ladies' Union Association, embracing
all the loval ladies of the city. This
is an excellent movement, and one we
should like to see generally adopted.
If the association is compelled to em
brace all the Union ladies of New Or
leans, we are glad we are not the asso
ciation, .j.y
fi barrels Svnip :
25 barrels Bertrand s AAA syrup;
10 ' Stewart's Syrup ;
20 " extra Honey Syrup;
40 " N . O. Molasses ;
35 half bbls Honey Syrup ;
fit) half bbls Bertrand's XXX 8yrnp ;
50 ten gallon kegs Syrup ;
For sale cheap as the cheapest at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S.
try
Their Goods have been selected with great care
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
SPICES
25 bags Black Pepper;
15 bas Spice ;
10 bags Raw Ginger ;
5 bags Cassia ;
20 cases Nutmegs ;
25 boxes ground Ginger ;
30 " Pepper ;
25 " Spice ;
50 " Cinnamon ;
50 " Oloves ;
7 -, Mustard ; for sale lew at
WHEELIB. BUQO'S.
riUGAR
ij 20 hhds. prime New Orleans Sugar ;
20 " fair " "
10 " . Porto Rico Sugar ;
15 boxes Havana "
25 barrels Crushed "
25 " Powdered '
25 " Coffee '
15 " Yelllow Coffee Sugar; for sale at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S.
MACKEREL
25 barrels No. 3 Mackerel, large ;
20 't "
25 half bbls 1
25 2
25 3
30 quarter bbls No. 1 Mackerel ;
35 " " 2 "
25 " 3
H kits " 1
60 " " 2 "
70 " 3 "
Just received por rail at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S.
, BTC
TYE STUFF,
XJ 2 cases Manilla Indigo ;
RAILROAD NOTICE.
1 case Madras Indigo ;
1 hhd Dutch Madder ;
10 barrels Alum ;
10 " Copperas ;
3 41 Cudbear ;
50 boxes Extract Logwood ;
2 barrels Brimstone ;
10 " Sulphur;
5 " Spsom Salts ;
2 " VensiaBed;
2 " Spanish Brown ;
100 boxes Washing Blue ;
10 frails Soft Shell Almoads ;
10 barrels Filberts ; for sale cheap at
WHEELER, BIGGS A SUGG.
ELEGANT STYLES
Required to co tltute a first class
Dry Goods House,
EMBBA;'l Nu
Black, Plain and Fancy Silks,
Foulard silKs,
Fine Mozambique Dress uooas.piam
and Check;
Bareges, Organdies and Jaconets,
Lawns, Mourning' and Summer
Dress Goods, of every description.
Point Lace Collars,
Collars of every variety,
Mourning Setts,
mourning uoiiars,
Silk Talmas Sacques. and
Circulars of all kinds,
Lace Mantles,
Summer Shawls,
Silk Parasols, a beautiful assortmen
just received.
Marseilles Quilts and Spreads,
Cloths,
PaeeiTTlf're.
Staple Goods of every description.
NOTIONS.
Our stock in this line is large, and of the finest
quality, to which particular attention is directed.
Remember the place for bargains.
NO. 7 FUIST STREET,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
CUTLERY
No. 13
FIRST STREET,
(BIOM BIO MILL, SAW.
PUSHEE S VABIETY STORE,
No. 20 Main Street,
TS THE PLACE TO FIND FANCY GOODS,
1 Combs.Brus .es, Pocket Wallets, Card Cases,
Tablets, Scissors, Knives, Watch Keys, Guard
Chains. Thimbles, Needles, Pins, Tape Measures,
Bead". Belt Clasps, Goggles, Spectacles. Ther
mometers, French Harps, Pop Gans, Ivory Bat
t!?s, Marld. -. CheMnc!!. Polls, Corset Clasps.
Steel Pens, Pencilcs, Games, Bubber Balls, Toilet
Soap, Jewelry, Violin Strings, Work Boxes,
Writing D"5ks, Feather Dusters, Bird Caget,
Cbildreiis' Cirriages. Ladies' Fancy Work and
Traveling B..-ke:s, Ac, Ac., at wholesale and re
tail. SrpTl
DRY GOODS
KEEN & PRESTON
HAVE JL'oT RECEIVED A LARGE AND
gtneral assortment of
Desirable Dry Goods,
W hich 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. Jan IS
A. C
PUSHEE,
SKALKS TJt
Foreign & American Fancy Goods,
COMBS. BRUSHES, PCBSES, WALLETS,
Satchels. Toilet Soaps Bubber Goods,
GAMES, i A.MvEE SOTIOH9,
Ladies' Baskets, Children Cabs, etc.
No. 20, Main Street,
EVANSVILLE, .... INDIANA
decil
Have received a complete
stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Hardware,
LAW CARDS.
WM. H. WALKER, Jr.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
E VANS VILLE, IND. .
Office on TUlrd Street,
oct!3-ly . Opposite Court Hottac.
BOILER MAKER.
JOHN P. LAURENT,
Boiler Ma-laE-or,
Corner or Pine and Water Streets,
lYAKSYILLI, INDIANA.
GROCERIES.
CJCS DRIES
O Strawberrv
House.
rVui.de ry Near the Month of Pigeon Creek
r.V.lXSVlLLE, IND.
"KDEES SOLKUTED-a my
NOTICE.
and Lemon Svrun, Almonds,
Braiil Nuts,.. Essence of Coflee, Wooden Bowls,
Eugllsb Walnuts, Figs, Baislns, Currants,
Bock Candy, Oysters, Shoe, Horse and
Scrubbing Brushes. Lolwterd, Sardines, Alum,
Epsom Salts, Roll Brimstone, Sulphur, Copperaa,
Madder, Extract of Logwood, Indigo, Cream Tar
tar, Soda, Bed Cords of all kinds, Tobaeco of all
kinds, Blacking, Batting, Nutmegs, Cigars of all
kinds. Ginger, Camphor, Carolina and Wagon
Tar, Brooms, Cotton Tarn, Ground Giuger, Castile
goap. Playing Cards. Glass Jars. Lauterns, Tum
blers and Flasks, Pepper Sauce, Matches, Pickles,
Mustard, Pih of all kinds. Tomato Catsup.Powder,
Safety Fuse, Soaps of all kinds. Starch, Teas, Vln--r.
Letter. Note. Cap. and ancy Paper, Wrap-
raper, f.:, " ;3aih . . i . uuui vnia
ii
FFICE OF THE EVANSVILLE GAS I
LI-iHT COMPANY, October L f
! 'HE ANNUAL ELECTION FOB THE
Diraotors of this Company will be neld on
Monday, tho 25th day of October, lso3.
oct3 JN0. J. tf HANDLER, President.
T
General Orders.
State or Indiana, Adj' Ges's Orrice
Indianapolis, Oct 19, 1863.
Brig. Gen. J. L. Mansfield and Brig.
Gen. H. B. Carrinston have been ap
pointed to assist in raising and organ- :
izing the new regiments authorized by j
General Orders dated September 21, '
1863, and will visit different districts for ,
the purpose of expediting and stimulat
; ing the recruiting of men.
Commandants of districts will require i
rpprnitino" orriopni tn makp rlailv rpnrtrtft ,
oina Par, Envelopes. Salt relre, uum Drops j ZT.Z . . .. S .
Wood-n Bowl., Jujube Paste, cinnamou, Coal oi I ot tneir progress in recruiting, ana win ;
Clothe Pins, British Lustre, Boanet Boards, Ink ! furrjish the Adjutant General with an ab-"
Cloves, Nails. Sah, Glass. Spirits Terpentine, all .. , J , ..
spice. Sal Soda, Pain Killer. Licorice, e . Ac, a BtraCt ot such reporU by mail.
a supply of the abov kept constantly on hand . By order of the Governor:
and for sale low by B. K u lbeht CO., v . , vml A Hi Gen. Ind. i
Jio. sycamore sum. u-
Ohio & Mississippi Railroad.
IXTOODEN WARE, ETC.
v v 7
EVANSVILLE, Oct. 20th, 1863.
Until further notice, we will carry freight from
the Depot of the E. A C. R. R. between Evansville
and Cincinnati at the following rates per 100 lbs. :
1st Class. 2d Class. 3d Class. 4th Class.
60c. 40c. 30c, 2ftc.
Flour at 60 cents per barrel. -For
any turtber information call at the office of
the undersigned.
W. C. BAEHRING, Agent.
oc21-lm Office No. 6 Water Street.
6 dozen Red Buckets:
Ail ,4,-,.An R1 and Rnrl fin, -but.
V dozen Well Duckets ;
20 do !en No. 1 Tubs ;
45 dozen No. 2 and 3 Tttbs ;
75 dozen Wash Boards ;
20 Nests Bnckets, 3 in nest ;
10 dozen half Bushel Measures ;
50 boxes Clothes Pins.
For sale cheap by WHEELER, BIGGS A 81TG
NOTICE.
T AM PREPARED TO MAKE ALL KIDS
I of Steam Boilers, stationary or portable. I
have every facility for deing good work that good
machinery and good workmen can give, and all
work entrusted to me will be mads under my per
sonal supervision.
Workman sent to any part of the city and
country to do repairing. oe!3-lm
EvansTllle & CrawrordsFllle R. R.Co.
I. sight Tariff between Kvausville
and Cincinnati per 100 lbs.
1th Class
li Clsss
1 Class
3d Class.
SO
25
y9vf
60 40
Flour V hbl. 30 Cents.
Tims consumed in transportation between these
points is front four to five day.
oct A. K. 3HBADMR. Freight Ag't.
MRS. ERNENBUTSCH, A LADY FBOM
Germany, celebrated by her skill as a paw
I cian for all kinds of diseases, is prepared to give,
i to every sick person, information on the origin.
the cause and treatment of their complaints, with
1 out troubling them with many questions, the
I aforesaid. information being made only by exam
1 inlag the pulse. Terms very moderate, vis: 25,
Cents.
The Dectress Is at bar office, in Lamasco, near
Chris Miller's. Hoars for eonsnltatlon from 9 to
1 12 o'clock a. m. and from 2 to 5 o'clock p. m.
sepl5-3m
FOREIGN LIQUORS.
SCOSn KArFLB. WM. SCRXAKIKBtraa.
KAPPLER A 8CHNAKEXBI KG,
Importers sad Dealers in
Wliiskys, Brandies, Wines,
Gins, &c., &c, &c.
Also Rectifiers and Manufacturers of
Domestic Wiaei and Liqnors. i
NO. 4 WATER ST., bet. Main and Sycamore,
. - . m . i vm Y. uur
utrl i fmnt ...j re
purchased aud Imported direct from the
Manufacturers
IF" O H. A.
Enabling ns 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 tho 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,
j Rifles and Revolvers,
Chain Pump Fixtures,
Hollow Ware,
Dog Irons,
Gum Belting,
Japanned Ware,
Notions Large Stock.
CHARLES DENBY,
Attorney at Law
Has resumed the practice of Law. Office OB Third
Street, middle of Hall's Block, up stairs. feb2
RE I D ,
at Law
JAMES
Attorney
AND
COLLECTING AGENT.
OFFICE On Third Street, third door from
Main Street, in the Crescent City Bank Building,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
ieb25-ljr .
Jas. T. Walliei-,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
AXD
Agent for obtaining Pensions,
Back Pay and Bounty
FOR DISCHARGED SOLDIKRs, AND FOR
the Widows and other U-gal representatives of
those who die in the serviee of the United states.
Office on the North-West side of Third Street,
near the Washington Qonse -ml Dearly opposite
the Court Hou-e, Evansville, Indians.
All business entrusted to him will be promptly
attended to. jylS-ly
SOAP AND CANDLES."
Philip Decker,
(Successor to Decker A Kramer),
BHanufacturer of Lard Oil
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Also, an extra article of
! BUHKINS, XNOINt, AND CAM OIL
Dealers la Resin, Soda, Ashes, Ae. Also
Pure Catawba Win
f our own raising, In quantities to anit jar
chasers,
US y.iie .-f, I end tmocmd,
KvJsviu.a, Isdisxa.
asr Terms cash, or 00 days' paper negotiable is
I sank. JauSn-lT
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE
WELLS, KELLOGG & CO.
' octlT-lmdAw i'olfaJ.,.
"TTRISB
-T Amu
WIVTKtt nits .r-n r-
Apph, -Dutter . by PHIIIF SCM1MM.
. V ""lna wortmaushio must be of the
best quality. Terms cash ss soca as the work is
aeeepted . A. L. S0BI NSON .
LIl arrest luvin.
front yard. Corner Lot 78 by 300 fm
with a good substantial fence. Corns!
water sweets, above ths reside;
eq. siaqutre or
a ha,
: : VNI'l. :. ! i AN
A IuteTJsenceoff en Third Street, four doers
'Vest of the Wushiutou Hotel, where he 1
i smct-asvl prompt atientlon to all bueioess i
J?,"; , oWONATTIN Cl
I t ui n.i. t - . e
V"-30 BjS. Z GILBER r A 00.
uyaiTixo papxr
V V a Reams Car, T-r
X) Reams Can Letter, aiul - ,
iU give

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