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FO DAILY. Mfetr 00 Six months 3 00 rhree months 1 50 applied by carters at 12 cents per week. OR WKKLT. r- months.. x months 5 Bt Year 4.. . S 1 50 FOB TBI -WEEKLY. months. 2 00 On year 4 00 MEDICAL. M. D SURGEON. B. J. DAY, PHYSICIAN & KXAMINTG SURGEON FOR PENSIONARY. i'FFICE 0l Second Street, betweou Main and House. EVA 1 H ILLK DAILY JOTIRNA L MionisriisrG edition. - . i VOLUME XVI. PICTURE GALLERY. KVANSVfLLE, IND., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9 1863, ESTABLISHED, 1831 ADVERTISING BATES IS DAUI Business cards (5 lines or less), one year $12 " " " -six months..'. 7 0s " " " three ... 4 50 One square (10 lines or less) one insertion... 75 " " three " ... 1 25 " " one week 1 75 " " one month 5 50 IN WEEKLY. One square, one insertion 1 00 For each subsequent insertion 60 Special Notices retained on inside of paper, will be charged 20 per cent, additional on above rates. Lnst. RESIDENCE At Sherwood Evrvill, January 0, 18EV S W. THOMPSON, M. D., PHYSI IAN & SURGEON "mcs sd Residence No. .15 Walxtt Strut (At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.) FVAXSVILLE, INDIANA. 1 R YTYPE8 , fHOTOGEAPS AND .2.'a. : ictures. ALSO, WEDDING CARDS, Mounted In Beautiful Style, A T Adam's Photographic Gallery, OVEB P03T-OF5 ICE. Sg! H S 3 (ft -C: 3 - :- 2 PT ; Iff llfwred PUBLISHED BY JAME- H. McNEELY. F. K. THAYER. JNO. H. McNEELY. UNDER THE TIRJI Or : HL Evansville Journal Company. Jouraal I3iiilclins, LOCUST STREET, BETWEEN FIBST AND WATEB. MONDAY NOVEMBER 9 SOAP AND CANDLES. DRY GOODS KEEN & MAYS JUST RECEIVED 1 1 PRESTON A LARGE AND general awirt ment ot Desirable Dry Goods, 'A hicb they isTite the "trade" to call and ex amine prices and qualities; believing, knowing, : hey can save dealers additional freight and ex pssxatsj in oing f'irther Eastward. jan15 LAW CARDS. W . H. WALKER, Jr , ATTORNEY AT LAW, EVANSVILLE, IND., OUice on Third Street, o.tl'i-ly Opposite Court House. H RLE S DENB Y , Attorney at Law, tlas -esum-d the practice of Law. Office on Third -;r-et, middle of Hall's Block, np stairs. !' i - JAMES RE I D , Attorney at Law AND COLLECTING AGENT. OFFICE On Third Street, third door from Matn Street, in the Crescent City Bank Building, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. i- J ii T. Walker, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND Agent for obtaining Pensions, Back Pay and Bounty ! DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND FOR 1 the Widows and other legal representatives of those who die in the service of the United States, onice on the North-West side of Third Street, ueur the Washington House and nearly opposite the Court Hon-, Evansville, Indiana. All business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. jyln-lv SASH AND DOORS. JAMES STEELE, (Snccesser to Steele ft Hu0 4 ECOND ST., BET. CHESTNUT AND CHEERY, EVANSVILLE, INDIAN JPhilip Decker, (Successor to Decker ft Kramer), Manufacturer of Lard Oil SOAP AND CANDLES. Also, an extra article of BVBNING, ENGINE, AND CAB OIL Dealers in Beein, Soda, Ashes, ftc. Also Pure Catawba Win 3f our own raising. In quantitfoi to gait par chiuwn, lift Maim .Srret, bticen Fir and Setxmd, EVANSYILLE, INDIANA. t Terti.it cash, r IB UyV puper uogotialle i STEAM BAKERY. Bread for the Hungry ! NEW STEAM BAKERY, lTo. 3.3. WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. I .'K DKSTRE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS I VV of Evadlville, aad the community iu gen eral, that our NEW STEAM BAKERY, NO. 11 WATER STREET, Is now in successful operation, ani! we shall keep constantly on hand and make to order, on short notice, all articles made at like manufactories . such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Ac, Ac Being supplied with all the modern machinery to fsciliate us in our business, we fiatt-'r ourselves that we can give the most ample satisfaction in the quality of onr goods and in prices. We will also keep on hand a large and choice stock of Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Cigar, ftc, to which we call attention. Orders for public or private Parties, Festivals, Balls, Ac., ftc , promptly filled on reasonable terms. se-18tf A. WELD ft CO. WATCHES & JEWELRY. WATCHES AND JEWELRY, 4ASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS Dressed Lumber Boards, Laths, Ac, of every description constantly .iu hand. Packing Boxes of all kiuds made to or erdar. Sawing of every kind dou on the shortest ii.-tice. apl8-ly W. HUNNELL, CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CANAL, KVAN8TILLE, IND., Has on hand the largest lot of Sashes, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Ac, Ever Manufactured in the West. THEY ARE OF MY OWN MAKE. I have also a fine lot of White Pine and Popular Flooring. Moulding of all kinds made and sawing of all descriptions done at the shortest notice. AT "Wlil7lcoo.lt; a. Lid IV-Lciil. GEO. A. BXTT&OLFF Has just opened at the old stand No. 48 MAIN" STH .1 T Oue of the largest and best solected stocks of WATCHES, CLOCKS Xegro Equality. Doubtless our readers have heard the I expression before. There is not a Demo I cratic paper in the country but what ' daily or weekly and generally weakly gives its subscribers a homily on the dangers of Negro Equality. It is pow der that has been shot a great many times in the political campaigns in the free States. It is a bug-bear that has frightened many timid voters into going the " whole dimmycratie ticket " Ii is still occasionally used, but seems to have lust Its puwei. Hwm frrjgt? own sBfOW tained that the King sent them by Jupi ter with a great splash, was buta log of wood. So the cry of " nigger equality," once a rare political trick has lost its magical influence. But while, to use a homely phrase, nigger equality is "about played out" in the free States, it seems : to be coming in vogue in our sister State of Kentucky. We call the atten" tion of the Journal and Democrat to this alarming fact. In their anxiety to i checkmate the undertakings of the radi j cals, they are losing sight of the equali- ty operations of the slaveholders. They j should beware of these flank movements. The best Generals are frequently ruined by such oversights. Bnt who would have thought that the aristocratic city of Henderson, would J ever witness an attempt to equalize the master ann servile races! inat an ar istocratic slave mistress, would attempt to place her servant girl upon an equali ty with the poor white girls! Yet, if the Henderson Reporter is to be credited, ?uch is the fact We give ita account of such an attempt as we find it: Codfishy. A lady called at the door of a popular dress-maker of this city, two or three days since, and summoned the lady whose services are ever in re quest by the followers 01 fickle fashion, who speedily made her appearance. Lady No. 1 then informed the dress maker that she had a mulatto girl an excellent seamstress whom she desired to hire to the dress-maker as a sewing girL The dress-maker informed the lady that such an arrangement could not be considered for a moment that if the negress were hired, every young lady in' her employ would leave her in twenty minutes. The lady turned on her heel, with the expression, "Humph! she's as white as any of you," and left The idea of putting a saddle-colored negro wench on an equality with the A Private Letter. Headq rs 4th Division Cavalry, 23d Army Corps, Jonesboro, Tenn., Oct 18, 1863. Dear Father: On Friday, the 9th of this month, we left Knoxville for East Tennessee, on the cars. Major Gen erals Burnside and Parke, (his Chief of Staff,) and Brigadier Generals Potter, Ferrero and Shackleford, with their staffs, constituted the cargo for one pas 82nger car. The morning was clear and rather pleasant, a little cool, but withal a pleasant day for traveling. Each of the Generals occupied himself as he thought best Gen. Burnside, during the first part of the trip, riding on the engine; Gen. Potter taking an easy position, and neither talking nor look ing at anything iu particular; Gen. Ferrero brushing the dust from his coat, and smoking a fine cigar; Gen. Shack leford employing his time by reading." We arrived at Bull's Gap, our destina tion by car, at 6 o'clock, and found Col. Carter's brigade of mounted men at this place. The Colonel informed us that the enemy way mue nines uuui tut; uay, m force. Our tents were pitched, and the staff retired early. I was called up to write some orders during the night, and found Gen. Burnside was just leaving our camp. Several times during the night I was awakened, and almost every time I heard Gen. B. passing my tent. I have been informed that when he is out in the field, it is his habit to be up this way, taking his sleep a half hour at a time. We were up and off at sun rise the next morning, and away for Bull's Gap. We traveled pretty fast, and passed a large number of troops on the way, most of the infantry belonging to the Oth Army Corps. Arriving ear Biue Springs, we heard the skirmishers firing in our front Looking at my watch I found it was nearly 11 o'clock. Two pieces of Phillips' Pennsylvania Battery were sent forward, and planted on a high mound or hill, supported by part of Carter's brigade. Part of the brigade were on the left in the woods, skirmishing with the enemy. Two more of Phillips' guns were on the right in the edge of the woods, supported by a regiment of infantry, and skirmishers on the right of it I inclofe a little sketch of the positions, as they were when 1 arrived on the field, which was about 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Gens. Bum side, Parke, Potter, Ferrero and Shack leford, with their staffs, were on the high mound on the left, near the two guns of Phillips' battery. While the Generals were surveying the battle field, I sur veyed them and their staffs. The Gen erals I have already described. The most remarkable man among the staff officer-, is, I think, Col. Sanders, Chief of Cuvalry on Gen. Burnside's staff. He is the man who made the celebra ted raid into East - Tennessee, and de stroyed so much of the railroad. He is tall, straight, and very well firmed, au burn hair, and a heavy moustache that is almost red in color. Bui the most re- them bullet-proof, though not shell proof. They evidently, from the nature of their works, expected the whole of our force to come up one road. In this they were sadly mistaken. There are two roads which come together at Blountsville, and are only a mile apart some distance back. The General, leaving Foster's brigade on the right hand road, took Carter's brigade, and crossing over to the Other road, got upon their flank, -and 1 opening with his cannon, soon drove I them from their position. They left in I such a hurry that they forgot to take j their nice, ripe apples with them, and ! j left them in their breastworks for our : j boys to luxuriate upon. While the column was halting at Blountsville, I saw a keen, bright-eyed ! boy, and talking to him, and among questions asked him if the rebels were going fast when he saw them. I was a ! great deal amused at his answer, and I suppose it was the best he could have given, to give us an idea of how fast they were going. His answer was " I should think they were going; by winter you'll have them so they can catch rab bits." The next morning (loth), we again pursued them, but without coming up to them till we had passed Bristol and en- v DRY GOODS. THE NEW S X JLm X3C DRY Mil mil WATCHES & JEWELRY. J. L. BITTROLFF, JR., No. 1, North First Stree. An entirely new Stock of Watches and Jewelry, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, &c. 1 1 GROCERIES. HEN R Y LUTZ, I if"r! Dealer in GHOOBRIES PROVISIONS, Cor. Chtmnt Street and the Can al EVAS3VILLK, INDIANA. WOULD BESPECTFULLY INFORM THE The advance only had - a skirmisn'wiih them, and drove them to within about five miles of the town of Abing don, when, night approaching, the pursuit ended. Our headquarters this evening was at the house of Col. Pres ton. His house is a very neat frame building, built in the old style, of high mantle-pieces and wide washboards. The house was very neatly furnished. His daughter, a pleasant and agreeable young iady, favored us with some music. This piano was either very sweet toned or else it had been so long since I had heard any music, that it sounded sweetly to me. Having accomplished our object, we took the back track the next day, and Carter's brigade moved into Bris tol and bnrnt twenty-four box and four mail cars, and destroyed three locomo tives, tore np a great deal of the track, and took a large quantity of sugar, salt, Arc. While Foster's brigade burnt five bridges and destroyed a mile of the track east of Bristol. We made our headquarters, for this (Friday) night at the ho lse of Col. McClelland, of the rebel army, one and a-half miles from Blounts ville. The next (yesterday) morning, we moved to Zollicoffer, and found the splendid railroad bridge across Jthe Hol ston had been destroyed the night before by some of our forces. Carter s brigade was left here to destroy as much of the railroad as possible, while the General and Staff moved to Jonesboro', where we still are. Zollicoffer, before the war was called Union, but when Zollicoffer was killed they changed the name. Many amusing scenes occur on our marches through the country, but I do not know when I have laughed more heartily than while at Bristol at the re mark of an old female (who was neith woman or lady.) In conversation with her, she learned .that we had come from Ken tuck v, horse-back; and with a look INTENSE EXCITEMENT A T . Nob. 14 A HI Firt Street. litsmouable stock of the ahove goods, which, hav ing been bonght for cash, I am prepared to Bell at prices as low as the lowest, and warrant every article to be just as represented. From long ex perience in the business, I am confident of giving satisfaction, and hope to merit a share of the pub lic patronage. Personal attention paid to repairing Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. J. L. BITTROLFF, Jr., octl7-lmd4w No. 1, North First Street I HAVE RETURNED HOME FROM THE army, and am ready to see my old customers, and the public generally, at the old stand. The highest market price paid for PRODUCE. I am also prepared to accommodate people attend ing Market with board and lodging, and will also take care of their horses and wagens, having a good stable and w.-gon-yard. My Bar is also open (or customers. H. LUTZ. oct6-lwd&lmw FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES. CLOTHING. UNITED STATES) j Wholesale Clothing iads j rl 1 rt leles and prices be; j FURNISHING HOUSE. Clothing for the Million! STEPHEN H. S. COOK, 175 Main Street, Between Sixth and Seventh, Is the place to obtain the Cheapest and best FAMILY GROCERIES Good Sngar 7 pound- for 91. Excellent Coffee 3 pounds for $1. Everything else in .proportion. Eatables ot all kind- kant pnaataaAla m kr ru 11 j 1 -articles and prices lx f ire pun hashine elsewhere. Good Fresh Butt r received every Saturday. Wholesale Grocers, WITHOUT DELAY, 70 and 74 Vine Street, Bet. Second and Pearl Sts. CINCINNA TI, O. L LOE WENT HAL & CO. JJ guiu in the market, at stand the old well known TO SEWING MACHINES. T S3 W Diamond B:n?s and Pins, Silver Ware, Silver Cups, Sonp Ladles, Table and Tea Spoons, Napkin Rings, Butter Knives, Childrens' Setts, &c. &c. Plated Ware, Full Tea Sets, Castors, Pitchers, Cups, Butter Dishes, Salt-Cellars, Goblets, Jewelry, A full assortment of all kinds of Spectacles, Watch Materials, Watch Glasses, &c, &c. Having bought my stock for Cash, I can sell at the lowest figures for Cash. Call aud examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. GEO. A. BITTROLFF, sep5 No. 48 Main Street. X7 M. 9EI.LM AN HAVING FITTED UP AS . office. No. 35 Main Street, will Veep, as he re tofore. a good assortment of Wheeler A Wilson's and Singers Sewing Machines and Needles, Silk Thread and oil, and everything that is connected with the business, and will repair all kind of Sow ing Machines and put on new improvements, jyai F M. BELLMAN. Az't. MARBLE WOBKS. TJHLHORH & BRINKMAN, (Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in AMEBICAX iSD ITALIAN MARBLE. Main Street Near Court House. EVANSVILLE, - INDIANA. WMonuments, M kinds of Furniture W ecuted in the latest an ties. Tombs, Vases, and all ueatly and promptly ex I K-t styles. deel MUSIC STORF. WARREN & CONYNGTON'S AND Bazaar of Fancy Goods. PIANO FORTES, MELODEONS, HARMONI UMS, Accordeons, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Clarionets, and everything usually kept in Music Stores. The only stock of Sheet Music and Instruction Books For all instruments will Iw foun-t bate. The very best Italian Violin, Guitar, Violiacello and Banjo Strings always on hand. Fancy Goods, Toys and Notions at Wholesale and Retail. Old Pianos takeu in exchange for new ones. Instruments of all kinds repaired and tuned, sept No. 1 MAIN STREET, Evansville. STOVE WORKS. est living with their needles, is an origi nal idea in this latitude. Many young ladies in this city, whose characters are (like the wife ot' Caesar) " above suspi cion," work for a livelihood. We have yet to learn that poverty is an evidence of degradation. We have yet to learn that the degraded negro has been put upon an equality with the poor of the hizh-souled Caucasian race in this sec tion. If there are any, laboring under such a delusion, we would inform them, for the sake of their own reputation, that Henderson haa not yet descended to the level of an Oberljn, and is not yet guilty of the crime of legal amalgation a crime against humanity and Deity himself. Verily, doth "codfish" stink. We want the " conservative chaps" in' this "neck of woods" to stick a pin here. When have the seamstresses of our city been so grossly insulted as to be solicited to accept a mulatto girl as a working companion? We always knew that white people who worked for a liv ing held about the same position as j slaves, in the opinion of the proprietors i of African humanity, but generally the j chivalry hare been shrewd enough to keep those opinions within their own immediate circle. The necessity of the ; lady in Henderson, however, may be her apology for this violation of discretion, i Her male supporters may be in the rebel ' army, and her mulatto girl "as white : as any of you " may be her sole means ' of support Necessity knows no law. Even the dignity of the white race gives way to the pinchings of hunger. Without philosophizing over this latest attempt to introduce negro equality into the social organism of our sister city in Kentucky, we will simply add that the true place to find negro equality full blown is always in the largest slavehold ing districts. We suggest, also, to the j free working men and women of Indiana that, when the "conservative chaps come to you prating about the horrors of markable thing about him is his eves. I 1 ot incredulity, she looked at me and said: could not tell the color of them, and I " Dld !ou uns come a11 the way trom asked one of the staff if he could! He i Kamtuck, critter-back, to protect we said " No, I can't tell the color of them, but they have the devil in them, haven't ' fir footsie V&iSn" ftfafHrto'to ! do anything, and as though he could ac complish anything that he undertook to da During this time the cannons were j firing continually, and the skirmishers j also were doing their part and had driv- . uns. I assured her that we had. and turned away to give vent to the heartiest laugh have brought the history down to the present time, and will close. Will. COOLIDGE'S, Where you will find them opening assortment of the largest Ever offered in this market In Rich Silk and Dress Goods. They have no Competitors this side of Mew York City. THEY XBsL ? Embroidered Edging and Insert ings, Real Laces, Dress Trimmings, Ladies' Cloth and Beaver Cloaks, Point Lace Collars and Sets, 5L.c, &.c. Chandler's Block, No's. 14 & 16 First Street, (Two doors West of Post Office,) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA myl8 J. T. fc S. A. COOhlDGE. NEW SALOON. No. IO Just H.eoeiVodL, Direct from the Quarries, the The Finest Stock of Marble Ever brought te this market, and for sale at STREET & YOUNG'S American and Italian Marble Manufactory, WAKFi ASili SALES ROOM TSTo. 134 MAIN STREET, Near the Canal ur : t - for famishing thoso wishing WOHUMKM CRAVKSTONES, TOMBS, . W. DEINKWETZK. SOUTHERN STOVE A. HtLBLIKO WORKS. en the enemy more to the left, when the great move of the day was decided upon. Ferrero's division of the (.Uh Army Corps was ordered up and placed in line on 1 the right, in the woods, behind the two guns of Phillips' Battery. The reserve of Shackelford's division was also put in readiness on the left, and then the charge was made. From where I was standing, on a mound in the centre of our line, I could not see how the cavalry on the left, were doing, but could plainly see the 9th Army Corps making their charge. They emerged from the woods in fine style, and marched into the corn field in as regular order as though they were on drill. They had hardly entered the field, however, when the enemy poured in a terrible fire of musketry. Just at this moment a ball struck the tree, just over the head of Gen. Burnside. Vvhen he i heard the whistling of the bullet he I threw his head to one side, and Gen. ! Shackelford, who was standing by his i side, dodged also. I did not dodge that bullet, but when the shells began to i whistle I dodged some, 1 assure you, and ! every person I saw was doing the same thing. Almost at the same time a Lieu tenant Colonel commanding one of the j regiments, and a oolor-bearer of the 1 same, were wounded, and for an instant . the regiment was thrown into confusion. I Looking around, I saw General Ferero ' and staff dashing down to the field, but before they were half way there, the regiment had re-formed, and was again marching through the h- M. regu- laity as though vn dr - a ide. Du ring this time, Colonel b.mders was pa- j cing up and down, his hands clenched 1 and his eyes flashing tire, longing to be in the charge, not satisfied with the dan ger he was already iu. The Division had now reached the highest part of the field, and was still moving steadily on, when General Potter galloped down and throwing the line more to the right, en tered the woods that the enemy was ' leaving with all possible speed. The remainder ot tne battle was aimosi SHAEFER S SALOON. BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT, On Third Street between Main and Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. oct'.t-lm changeTof exchange A NEW ARRANGEMENT. SAM r-t-T STBBT, Wholesale and Retail DRV GOODS. Cor. Main and First Sts., (Which haa keen rebailt and enlarged,) with the largest and beat selected stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING AND Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooa Ewer Opened In this Market. OCR OLD CUSTOMERS AND THE TRADE generally are respectfully invited to call aad examine our Goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere, as we ieel assured we can offer superior inducements to CASH buyers. One of our firm resides in New Tork, and has had many years experience in buying and manu iacturing, and devotes his whole time to Purchasing and Superintending the Manufacturing Department, And as we boy exclusively lor CASH, wo can and will sell as low to the trade as any House sepll AVE ALWAYS ON n.VND AND FOR hale at the lowest market prices, a larre and well selected stock of Groceries. Tobacco, Cordage, Wooden Ware, 4c , to which w invite the atten tion of Merchants. sepl9 "ami -kl E. GruuT. William B. Backs. S. E. GILBERT & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Sycamore Street, bet. Water and First, EVAfcSVlLLX, 1,1.. A full assortment of Groceries always an hand, ad for sale at the lowest pricos. DRUGGISTS. BEIUGHTON ft WOOD. CRESCENT CITY DRUG STORE. East or West. WHOLESALE CL0THIN& HOUSS! GOLDMAN, BERG & 00., No. North First St., Evansville ; Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Window Glass, Sand Paper, Perfumery, Soaps, Coal Oil, Lamps, Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax, Patent Medicines, BRANCH OF GOLDMAN, BERG & CO., Sole Agents for Whit field's Pile Cure. A G RAMMER L HARRY JOHNSON hnviug purchased Theodore's Exchange, RE FITTING IT UP IN EXCELLENT etvle for a first class In addition to all in our former lines, we now have the BEST STOCK of the fol- No. GOO Market Street, Philadelphia, i rilliard saloon ana restaurant, lowing Goods ever brought They will keep at the bar :hc 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 i deep will be made to contribute of their richest stores. Especial attention will be given to the cutnns, ' which will bo under charge of the nvr oompstsal at fists. Their Billiard Room is large and their TADLES j FIBST CLASS. The establishment will re-open on Tuesday next. A Ubera share of public patrenage is respectfully 5 licited. mv3lld3m RAILROAD NOTICE. to this City, viz: Ohio & Mississippi Railroad. EVANSVILLE, Oct. 20th, 18C3. Until further notice, we will carry freight from the Depot of the E. & 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, 25o. Flour at 50 cents per barrel. For any lurther information call at tho office of the nnderslgned. W. C. BAEHRING, Agent. 021-Im Office No. 5 Water Street. Evansville & CranTordsvHlc R. R. Co. CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, We have now ready a very large selected stock of Fall I Winter Clothing AND Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, SHAWLS, BLANKETS TRAVELING SHIRTS. Boys' Clothing, IN GREAT VARIETY. To whi'-h we desire to call the attention of the trade. Our Goods l.-it. - all mannfar tsred by ourselves, buyers hive Only One Profit to Pay. We feel confident that oar prices are fully as low as those of any other House in the West. All Goods Warranted. sep5 The Best is always the Cheapest. FAMILY SIB ST81E WM. E. HALLOCK, Druggist and Apothecary, KO. 10, FIRST STREET. NEAR POST OFFICE, Has just rewired another large and splendid as sortment of Pure Braes, Medicines, Chemicals, Fancy Articles, Perfumeries, Pomades, Brushes, Combs, Toilet Articles, -aps, Flavoring Extrusts, &c Brandies negro equality, you point them to the : entirely artillery firing, only occasional- ; Freight Tariff between Kvansville and Cincinnati per 100 lbs. 1st Class. 2d Class. Si Class. 4th Class. 50 40 30 25 Flour bbl. 50 Cents. Time couiumed in transportation between these points is from four to five day. oct6 A. E. SHRADER, Freight Ag't. H A M T U K 8, dee u mmt line, are uusarpaased in of Marble is touiulete, having been Mileoted with great care at the Quarries, myod&w BR1NKMEYER &, CO., Manufacturer of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings, House, Fronts, Verandas, Balconies, Castings In General, COPPEB, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, Ac ' tar Sales Room Main Street, opposite Court ; Honse. sK"Foundery Near the Mouth of Tigeon Creek EVANSVILLE, 1SD. ORDERS SOLICITED.- my9 LIQUORS. NT -JESSTT FIR N. F. CARR & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN IMPORTED and Domestic Wines and Liquors, have opsued at No. 2 First Street, (adjoiniug Messrs. . Hollingsworth A Bro., tjneensware Store,') a large stock of Liquors, to which w bg to call the at- : tentiou of ths trade. We are prepared to offer ex traordinary inducements to Cash buyers, and re spectfully uvite Merchants, Bar Keepers, dealers, : and all others who are interested iu buyiug good Liquors, to call upon us before purchasing. Our stock is large, aud consists of a very great variety of imported Winss and Liquors of almost i every grade. Also, a lare aiwrtin-nt of obi Bourbon, Mono)othela and Eve Whisky, which we warrant to be genuine. sep8-6m N. F. CARR A CO. INTELLIGENCE OFFICE case of the mulatto seamstress, of Hen derson, Kr., MX BOOTS & SHOE?. IT. Retail Dealers and Manufactures of BOOTS & SHOES, No. 38 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. JK n.AVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE V V and well selected stock of Eastern aud home made G'ods, conitina of all descriptions of Ladles, Misses', Men's and Boys' Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers, Which we off.T for sale as low as any house in tiieoitv All our work n warranted. seili; MILLER A 00. SEGARS, &c. S HROEDER LEMCKE, WHOI.rSAI-K PKAI.EaS IN Cigars, Smoking, Chewing Tohacco, Snuff, Pipes, &c. EVANSVILLE, IND. X e have now, and will keep, ou hand a complete nd well assorted stock of La a musket shot being heard. Fully ex pecting the fight to be renewed in the morning, I went to bed that night and slept as soundly as I ever j did. But when the morning cama we ; found the enemy had fled. Our division ; being cavalry, started in pursuit, and i a few miles from Greenville came up with them, and the rest of the day it was a running fight Every time they would 1 come to a place suitable, they would fire baek with their cannon, and our men . would dismount and advance as skir mishers, and drive them from their posi tion. They were evidently in a terrible hurry, if we could judge from the num ber of hats, pants, coats, shoes,' and every description of wearing apparel imagina ble, as well as blankets, saddles, and all kinds of equipments strewn along the road, as well as some five or six wagons and contents, find oue or two caissdns, j abandoned in great haste. Our pursuit ' only ended when' night came on. We camped at Brabson's Hill, and made our ; headquarters in Dr. Brabson's house. We remained here during the next day (Monday. 1:2th), and started on after tree enemy again on the 13th, bnt without coming np with them, and camped for the night on the bank of the Holsten , River. On Wednesday, the 14th, we ! aain started after them, had quite a DRUGS, arc. WM H. P. STODDARD, No. 17 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND. WINDOW SHADES, Window Hollands, Curtain Damask s, LACE CURTAINS, and Wines, for Purposes. , &c Medical All the Approved Patent Medicines kept con itantly on hand and for sale at North American prices. ugParticnlar attention paid to the compounding ,f prescriptions at all hours. WM. E. HALLOCK, No. lOSouth First Street, near Post Office, novJT Evansville. laid. BOILER MAKER. "JOHN P. LAURENT 33 o ilor als.or. Corner of Pine and Water Streets, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. I TMPORTER, MANUFACTURER, AND A er in Dnis DEAL- Medicines, Chemicals, Oils, Paints. Varnislies, Glass, Brushes, Lamps, Dve Stuffs, and all articles nsually kept in a first class Drug Store, with a large an 1 varied assortment of Patent Med. icines and Perfumery, together with every descrip tion of Ambrotype and Photograph Goods, con sisting f Cameras. Chemicals, Cases and Frames constantly on hand, and sold at reasonable prices Orders from Merchants and Artists promptly attended to, and forwarded as instructed. TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISH KRS. Just received a fresh lot of Wade's Printing Ink, comprising Book, Card and an assortment of Colored Inks in cans, at WM. H. P. STODDARD'S. 17 Main street. Especially is this true of O T jt - M I fA3' AND AM PREPARED TO MAKE ALL KINDS f Steam Boilers, stationary or portable. I j have every facility for doing good work that good mscniuvi; auu ((uwi .ui.uieu e&u gi,c, auu i work entrusted to me will be made under my per sonal supervision. Workmen sent to any part of the city and country to do repairing. ocLVlm Gents' Furnishing Good. Test it by calling on J. H. CARL IN, No. 8 STREET, FOREIGN LIQUORS. Ll ! RAH LIE- VI. BCBXAKjLSBTBfi. K4FPLER & SCHN AKEBl R(i. Importers and Dealers in Whiskys, Brandies, Wines, Gins, &c, &c, &c. Also Rectifiers and Manufacturers of Domestic Wines and Liquors. NO. 4 WATER ST., bet. Main and Sycamore, augl4 EVANSVILLE. IND. Curtain Fixtures, CURTAIN CORNICES; And almost everything in the HOUSE FURNISHING LINE FIRST (NEA it RAT EXTERMINATOR. POST-OFFICE,) EVANSVILLE, IND. A LEX ANDER S PATENT CEMENT. FOR Roofing aud Railroad and St amboat pur poses. A very superior and durable article at 17 Main Street. FlK. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS HAVE AJ arrived. Street. my20-lT JAHUESS eV FRENCH, No. 10 First Street, Evansville. I NURSERIES. Call and get a bottle at 17 Main r-IOAL 01 L- ly inoderous, for r aarttrftft i In West (ur Stock THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AJi Intelligence Office, on Third Street, fourdoori west of the Washington Hotel, where he will give strict and prompt attention to all business in tha tine J0HN WAVMAN. Zeltung copy p!6 CIGARS & TOBACCO, and offer the same to the PUBLIC atirmish with them in the morninsr, and low for cash. I aa.ain in ihe afternoon had quite a brisk .Sutlers will find it to their interest to call and ' npnt Wltn mem ai amuuiiusvuih, xeuues examine our prices. We are enabled to sell to I bem as low as any house in the West. octl7-d&w 6CHROEDER ft LEMCKE. p e. vails, The had built logs and stones, breastworks of and had made -A Bnperior article ; white and n war ns, for sale by the gallon or bar rel, at 17 Main street. LAMPS, LAMPS A new supply just received, at 17 Main street. BULIfT FAHNESTOCK'S, McLANE S and a variety of other Vetmifhges, at the City Drug Store, 17 Main Street. SHALLENBERGKR'S FEVER AND AGLE Antedote for sale at 17 Main Street. BRUSHES An endless variety of kinds and qualities can be had at 17 Main Street. GEORGE D. BOWEN PURCHASED THE WAVING I I stock of Nurseries of C. Baker ft ENTIRE Co., wishes to inform the public that he has on hands a large assorted stock of Fruit Trees, ornamental and Evergreens. Also, a good selected stock of hardy ; Hyboid Roses, which I will sell at low prices. Also, a large assortment of Shade Trees for side walk planting. All persons wishinz to have a quick shade and not hare to plant from year to , and will be promptly atteuded to r will Hn .all Kv ... t . . .1.1. i ' . , . . , j , " ij g.,uug guuu hctb luai iia,e , been transplanted. Catalogue sent on application, either by letter ; or parson. GEO. D. BOWEN, Crescent City Nurseries, 1 oe28 Evansville, ltd. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JPST RE turned from the East, almas he ha. laid in one of the best stocks of rl'.'lu -.. n i l Out.' Fur uishing Goods eer brought to this City. Mv Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting ft. ., were selected with an eye siugle to .Uality and ntyl; and hav ing become conversant with th- lasts) of sssryaa ple, am satisfi-d that la this particular my Goods will give excellent ati-fi'-tion. Gents Furnishing G od of every description will also be found at inv otnMi-'Inueiit such as Gloves Hosiery, V,-k-f ie. Shirts, I Mian, Sus peuders, ftc. My Sscilitiea for maeiifaciuriii Clothing are excellent ; and as for Culling Qa nis to fit no satisfaction no pay I ask no i.. take a mean fitting garment off ray hands. Over-Coating of every var :v n1 style will lie found at my .stablishm . Though it mav sonnd unreasonable to k Overcoats during the " heated term," wa must remember that In "peace is the time to i-,. re for war," and in Summer make onr preparations for the cold blasts of Winter. No better preparation can be devised than the ordering of a good reliable Overcoat, such as may be found at No. - First Street. Orders for Clothing: of everv description will receive the personal attention of the nndersigned, 1 he mottv ai No. 8 Is, ' Promises punctually fulfilled." Before ordering Fall or Wluter suits Gents will consult their on interest by examining my Goods and Prices. Remember the place No. 8 First Street, (near Post Office.) auglS J. H. CARLIN. iI1 aR f? " B 4 - 2 e v m a iti - " ' a E - iff!1 Only infollible remedis known." rree rrom roiw... ' Not dangerous to the Human Family." " Rata come out of their holes to die." -SoH Wholesale In all large edties. JsVtrSold by all DacoaisTS and Retaileu every - s-' ! ' Bum tec ! 1 1" of all worthless imitations. mrSee that "Costab's" name is on eash Box, Bottle and Flask before you buy. a-VUres HBSBT R. COS TAK. jarPamoiFAi. Defot 482 Bboaowat, N. T. -Scld by KELLER ft WHITS, Wholesale and Retail Agent, mylVsa Evanaville, Ind. 1