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ADVERTISING RITES IN fiiiLI Business cards (5 lines or lass), on year $12 ' " six months... 7 ot " " three. " 4 50 One square (10 lines or less) one insertion ... 7S three " ... 1 25 " one ws , x 75 " " one month 5 50 IN WEEKLY. TERMS IN ADVANCE. E V A 8V1L.L.E JOURNAL. FOR DAILY im year 6 Six mouth 3 90 Three month , t 50 applied by curriers at 12 cents per week FOB WISELY. nree months , . ini . x months . 85 u Year 1 60 FOR TRI-WSKKLY. Six mouths 2 On rear 00 I 1 JVC O I?, 1ST I N Gr EDITION. : One square, one insertion 1 00 Fur each subsequent Insertion 60 Special Notices retained on inside of paper, will be charged 20 per cent, additional on above rate. VOLUME XVI. E .WSViLLE, IND., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12 sr,;i ESTABLISHED, 1831 D AIL Y MEDICAL. B. J. DAY, PHYSICIAN & M. D., SURGEON KXAMINIG SURGEON FOR PENSIONARY. iFFICE Ou Second Street, between Main and LtTUSt. RESIDENCE At Sherwood House. Kvansville, January , 18S3. S W THOMPSON, BL D., PHYSI IAN & SURGEON Orrtcx am Residence No. 35 Walnit STaxrr (At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.) KVANSVILLE, INDIANA v.tSMt I OR YTYPE8, PHOTO GRAPS AXD vrci rioturos. ALSO, WEDDING CARDS, Kuunled In Reantlfui Stile, -AT- Adam's Photographic Gallery, OVER P0ST-OF5" ICE. DRY GOODS KEEN & PRESTON I f AVE JUST RECEIVED C i central assortment ot A LARGE AND Desirable Dry Goods, 'AlnVh they invite the "trade" to call aud vx saine prices and qualities; believing, knowing, they can save dealers additional freight and ex oensea in icoing fnrther Eastward. janl.1. LAW CARDS. W . H. WALKER, Jr, ATTORNEY AT LAW, EVANSVILLE, IND., Office on Third Street, ..tl:5-ly Opposite Court House. H - RLE S D EN B Y , .Attorney at Law. ... reamed the practice of Law. Office ou Thiru 'T.t 1. middle of Hall's Block, up stairs. feb2 J A M S S Attorney RE I D at Law AND ! 0 L E C T I N G AGENT. OFFICE "u Third Street, third door from 1 StcaeX, in the Crescent City Bank Building, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA ..bia-ly . - Jam T. Walker, JU ICE OF THE PEACE AND Agent for obtaining Pension, Back Pay and Bounty la DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND FOR I the Widows and other legal representatives of those who die in tho service of the United States, office on the North-West side of Third Street, near the Washington House and nearly opposite the Court Houe, Evans ville, Indiana. All business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. Jyl8-ly SASH AND DOORS. JAMES STEELE, (Successor to Steele'A HuKkai,) HECOND ST., BET. CHESTNUT ANI CHERRY, KVANSVILLE, INDIAN. SASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS Dressed Lumber ; ,r is. L:iths, Ac., of every description constant!) ,.u haud. Packing Boxes of all kinds made to or erder. Sawiug of every kind dona on the shortest notice ap!8-ly W. HUNNELL, CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CANAL, EVANSVILLE, 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 Cue lot of White Pine and Popular flooring. .Moulding of all kinds madeand sawing of all descriptions doue at th shortest notice. SEWING MACHINES. T? M. 3ET.LMAN HAVING FITTED UP AN nfflro. No. Main Street, will keen, as hem- fV,'nr. a good assortment of Wheeler A Wilson'" and Sineers Sewing Machines and Needles, Silk TS-esd and oil, snd everything that is connected wit the business, and will repair all kind of Sew ing Machines and put on new Improvements. v2i V. M. SEf.LM. V. Air't MARBLE WORKS. LTHLHORN & BRINKMAN, (Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in 1MEEICAX 4JTD ITALIAN MARBLE. Main Street Near Court House. ZVANSVILLE, - - - INDIANA nyMonnments, M kinds of Purnrrnre W en ted in the latest an ties. Tombs, Vases, and all Vneatly and promptly ex est styles. deel JTulsst nocoivcdL, Dtreet from the Quarries, the The Finest Stock of Marble Ever brought te this market, aud for sale at STREET & YOUNG'S American and Italian Garble Manufactory, WARE AND SALES ROOM INTO. 184 MAIN STREET, Near the Canal Our facilities for furnishiug those wishing 'O.UCMENTS, ORAVESTONKS, TOM US, M A N T I. K r a'lf thlug sias iu sssf tins, are unsurpassed in tle West Our Stock of Marble is complete, having been lcctsd with great care at the Quarries mytSdAw MUSIC STORii. WARREN CONYNGTONS TOE. Bazaar of Fancy Goods. PIANO FORTES, MKLODEONS, HARMONI UMS, AccordcoUa, Violins, Guitar, Flute, Clarionets, and everything usually kept In Music I 8tores. The only stotk of ; Sheet Music and Instruction Books i For all instruments will be found here. The very best Italian Violin, Guitar, Vlollnoello and Banjo 1 Strings always on hand. Fancy Goods, Toys and Notion at Wholesale j and Retail. Old Pianos taken in exchange for new once. Instruments of all kind retired and tuned, ep No. 1 MAIN STREET, Evaisville. SEGARS, &c. a ;hroeder LEMCKE, WHOLESALE DEALERS l! Cigars, Smoking, Chewin? Tobacco, Snuff, Pipes, & e. EVANSVILLE, IND. behave now, and will keep, ou haud a complete id wrll assorted stock ef CIGARS & TOBACCO, AND OFFER THE SAKE TO THE PUBLIC LOW FOR CASH. ? will Bud it to their interest to coll and examine our prices. We are enabled to sell to them as low as any house in the West. octl7-.I4w SGHROEDER A LEMCKE. QUEENS WARE, &o. China, Glass A'D Queensware. I have now on hand, and am daily receiving additions thereto, one of the Xt, StOClS. O F CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENS WARE Ever brought to the West, and am determined that no necessity shall exist for merchants to go East for their (iueens ware. Purchasers will find it to their advantage to call and examine for themselves, at No. 18 Main Street. Common desired. oc26 Ware furnUhtd alone If K. A. LAWRENCE. CIGARS & TOBACCO. JOSEPH FENDRICH & BROS. Re. 155 Forest Street, At 49 South BALTIMORE. MD. JOHN FENDRICH & BROS.. 4 COLUMBIA, PA., AND f. mmm & bros., Evansville, Ind , Branches of the Baltimore Hons7 MANVrACTt'BEKS Or TOBACCO. j X7"F. ARE HOW THE MOST KNTENSIV ! Manufacturers, in our lino, in the State. W offer the following Tobacco and Cigars, of onr own mauufacture. for sale : US) Boxes of Five Lump per pound SO Cts Boxes of 1U Lump per pound 60 Cts ana Boxes Frank orange Lump m. w vis 300 Uose Bnd, in Caddies, per pound 60 Cts 3IIO Boxes Uarow's, in I addles. 300 Caddies Peach Leaf, per pound 66 Cts. aX) El Dorado, Light, per pound .SI 00 300 Caddies Pancake, Light, per pound 80 Cts. 100 Boxes Sun Cured Tobacco ft lb 55 Cts. 4,000 Bs Home Spun Twist Tobacco ; 1,000 Barrels Smokitag Tobacco ; 200 boxes Bond's Scotch Snuff; 50 Half Barrels Fine-Cut Chewiug Twlsscco; 100 MerschaHm Pipes ; 1( Gross Briar and Wood Pipes ; sojp.iX O Clav Pines, assorted : 100 Gross Rubber Pipes ; 10,000 assorted Pipe Stems ; 25,000 Cenha Cigars ; 24,0(10 Henry CUy Cigars, first's ; 26,000 Henry Clay Cigars, Second's : - 24,000 La Napoleot: Cigars : 30,000 El Brutus Cigars ; 241,000 Half Spanish Cigars ; 2t,tJ Segareets ; 220 000 La Salvadiua Cigars ; 400,000 Packs Smoking Tohaex,; 50 Drums Turkish Snicking Tol-aeco ; Bales Kiuuicanick Smoking Tabaaos ; SO Drums Slianghie ; 2,000 Pounds Mackabuy Sunt" ; 2,0.10 Freuch SuuS. Merchants aud Sture-Kwiers, look to tlttdr interest; examine our large stock. IVo. J27 Main Street, Sales Room Factory, Cor. Locust A Water S ts. We manufacture all the above goods, and will sel :m) per cent, cheaper tiian any House iu our State. We would call the attentiou of Merchant who deal in our line, to buy from t ue manufacturer, where they cau save 3o per cent. ft s-ENDRiCU BROS., np21 Evauavilie, Indiaua. INTELLIGENCE OFFICE s. W j- SSX IB '1HE VNDERS1GNKD HAS OPENED AS 1 Intelligence Ofl on Third Street, fonrdoor west of the WasuUgtoa Hotel, where he will give trlct and prompt attention to all business in thai fine. JOHN WAYMAN. Eeitung copy ap!6 PUBLISHED BY JAMES H. McNEKLY. F. M. THAYER. JNO. H. McNEELY. ondeb tite riBM er tbi Evans ville Journal Company. Journal Ixiilcling-s, LOCUST STREET, BETWEEN FIRST AND WATER. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12 Kews Items. Terre Haute scpuis to be infested with burglars. Almost every day we see notices of burglaries in the papers of that city. Our city is now comparative ly free from these scoundrels. They must bare a talented set of civil engineers about Louisville. There has lately been completed an extension of the Louisville & Frankfort Railroad, to connect with the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, and it is now discovered that a curve at the intersection of First and Jefferson streets is too short to admit of a locomotive making the turn. A saga cious engineer, we should think, would have considered this question before the track was laid down. The Louisville Journal has made the important discovery that the common and popular term " any other man " can be found in the 16th chapter of Judges, where Delilah was coaxing Sampson for the secret of bis great strength. He di vulged as follows: " If I be shaven, then my strength will go from me, and 1 shall become weak, and like ' any other man.1 " What a wonderful biblical knowledge this manifests. The Pork houses in Louisville and Jeffersonville will coiutnonce operations next week. Light ix Egypt. In Massac county, Illinois, the entire Union ticket was elected last week by an average majority of S,' votes. Heretofore Massac has been almost unanimously democratic. "If this thing shall be done in the green tree, what shall be done in the dryr 0 Wk have now in the United States at least two hundred and thirty-five general hospitals for the use of the soldiers, con taining about eighty thousand patients. To show on what a large scale our bat tles have oeen fought, as we do every thing else, it seems that during four months of 1862 there were treated at our hospitals twenty thousand nine hundred Mid thirty cases of gunshot wounds. The wounded of the whole British army in the Crimean war was a little over twelve thousand, and their entire hospital ac commodations in the three years would not have sufficed for the wounded of Shiloh, An tie tarn, or Gettysburg. A correspondent of the Charleston Vourier 01 me iota, makes grievous complaints that the wheat prospects for next spring are exceedingly gloomy on account of the absence of planting labor, ! the State draft having placed too large a i portion of the producing population in I the field. In the bounds of the district from which one regiment has been rais ed, he says that the yield will be short 43,000 bushels, by the withdrawal of 400 men, who are non-slaveholding planters, and over 45 years old, to form that regi ment . A Washington correspondent of the New York Independent describes a pit iable spectacle. He says: "There was sioht to be seen in broad daylight, a few days ago, in front of th3 Presiden tial mansion, which gave those who wit nessed it a shocking idea of the onward strides which the vice of intemperance has made in ' good society during the last few years. A woman clad in the richest and most fashionable garments, with diamonds flashing from her slender fingers in the slant western sunshine, sat upon the stone balustrade, unable to pro ceed on her homeward walk without be traying herself. At last she rose and started on, swaying to and fro, and yet soon rested again, utterly unable to pro ceed. The carriage of a foreign minis terpassed by,the poor woman was noticed, and it turned, stopped, took in the lady, and carried her to her luxurious home; for the lady is wealthy and occupies a high social position, but she was drunk j m the streets ot Washington! The Escaped Prisoners Captured, and One op Quantrill's Band Killed. I Capt. Edwards, a detective of Louis ville, Jiy., succeeded in capturing two of j the twenty-six rebel prisoners who re- i cently escaped from Camp Douglas, on Friday last, near Casey ville, Ky., and took them to Louisville. While Captain E. was in, Caseyville, he learned that Nat. Horton, of Quantrill's band, and a notorious desperado, was stopping a few miles distant He repaired to the place indicated, and met Horton, who ac knowledged that he was one of Quan trill's gang, and refused to surrender. He ran a short distance, and took refuge behind a tree, from which ho fired at Capt Edwards, wounding him severely in the shoulder. The Captain then closed upon him, and, when within good range, returned the fire, the ball passing through the head of Horton, killing him instantly. His body was delivered by Captain Edwards to the Coroner for in terment. Romance ot TnE Army A Soldier GlRL. The Missouri Democrat of Tues clay says: Captain W. H. Burt, of the 7th Minnesota Volunteers, who returned yesterday from Vicksburg, where he had oone in command of a guard that took down about three hundred stragglers j and deserters, reports that one of the prisoners proved to be a girl about sev- 1 enteen years of age. She was dressed, of course, in the male attire, and an swered to the name of Elijah Zuber. She had b-en for some days iu the Strag- gler's Camp, at Schofiel.l Barracks, No. 1 , before leaving the city on the 16th of October with Captain Burt When her sex was made known, she said her true name was Eliza Cooper, ' that she came from Peoria, Illinois, and wished to get to her father, in the 108th Illinois. She said she had enlisted as a ; hospital nurse a year or longer ago; and had returned to Peoria last July, where ' she was arrested as a deserter a few weeks since. She says she wag taken for her uncle, whose name Elijah Zuber she had assumed, i Captain Burt reported the facts to the : Provost Marshal at Vicksburg, and ar rangements were made with Captain 1 Parker, of the Iatan the boat that took the party down to bring the young wo man north again. She seemed truthful, and of genuine modesty, even amid such associations. tteu. James I. Yeatch. The Cannelton Reporter insists that Indiana has not been equitably dealt with in the appointment of Major Generals, and recommends Gen. Veatch for a po sition of that kind. We copy its notice of this most faithful officer, adding that we endorse the Reporter's eulogy throughout: Gov. Morton's State pride should, in this instance, be aroused, and if, as charged, he does not desire to monopo lize all the glory which the valor of our boys has given to Indiana, he should see that the State is represented in the coun cils of war by still another Major Gen eral, whose modesty and merit are well worthy of the distinguished honor. If the Governor is at a loss who to select, we should like to suggest the name of Brigadier-General Jas. C. Veatcb, now in command of the city of Memphis, than whom Indiana, among her army of heroes, beasts of none whose deeds are more worthy of the " twin stars." We need not recount them ; to be familiar with them it is only necessary to read the history of the war. As a soldier, he has proved himself worthy of Indiana, and we confess our inability to pass a higher encomium or a more glowing eulogy. The distinguished General whose name we have mentioned has, in every posi tion to which he has been assigned, given evidence of abilities of the highest order, and we know no way in which the appointing power can do itself more honor, pay Indiana a higher compliment, or offer a reward of merit more nobly won, than by making Brigadier General James C. Veatch a Major General in the army of the United States. Indiana Officers in Richmond Pris- ons. The following is an official list of the Indiana officers confined in the military prisons at Richmond, Va. : Col. A D Straight, 51st, captured May 3, 18R3, at Home Lieut Col W P Taselle, 9th, oapturcd 1863, at Chicamauga. Sept. 19, Surgeon G 8 Arthur, 75th, captured Sept. 20, 1863, at Chicamauga. Assistant Surgeon W G Bell, 3oth, captnred Sept. 20, 1863, at Chicamauga. Assistant Surgeon W A Downey, 58th, captured Sept. 20, at Chicamauga. MajorGH Fit7.simm.ms, 30th, captured Sept. 20, at chicamauga. Assistant Surgeon W B Graham, 10;st, cap tured S pt. 20, at Chicamauga. Asst. Surg. A E Holtzman, 58th, captured Sept. 20, at Chicamauga. Asst. Surg. W P Hornbrook, 42d, captured Sept. 20, st Cliicamauga. Sarg. H H Lcnimon, 82d, captured Sept. 20, at Chicamaugn. Major J S Walker, 73d. captured May 3, at Rome. Capt Bl Bcyd, 73d, captured May 3, at Rome. Capt John Bnrch, 42d, captured Sept. 20, at Chicamauga. Capt A Carley, 73d, captured April 30, at Mor gan county , Ala. Asst Surg W Spcscer, 73d, captured April 30, at Morgv' 'unty. Asst. Susg. A H Shaffer, 75th, captured Sept. 20, at Chicamauga. Asst. Surg. W D Touts, 81st, raptured Sept. 20, at Chicamauga. Asst. Surg. J L Wooden, 68th, captured Sept. 20, at Chicamauga. Captain John W Flinn, 51st, captured May 3, at Rome. Capt G W Green, 10th, captured July 1, at Get tysburg. Captain P HJIIart, 19th, captured July 1, t Gettysburg. Oapt W M Kimball, 73d, captured May 3. st Spt E H Mall, 73d, captnred May 3, at Romo. Captain D A McHolland, 5lst. captured .May 3, at (Rome. Capt A J Makepeace, 19th, captured July 2, at Gettysburg. Capt C W Medcalf, 41.1, captured Sept. 20, at Chicamauga. Capt M Moore, 49th, captured Sept 20, at Chicamauga. Capt J D Phelps, 73d, captured May 3, at Rome. Capt 0 A Riohley, 73d, captured May 3, at Rome. Cant M Russell, 51st captured May 5, at Rome. Capt W Rowand, Cavalry, captured June 15, at Winchester. Capt N W Scearce, 51st, captured May 3, at Rome. Capt J A Scaru mahon, 42d, captured Sept. 90, at Chicamauga. Capt 8 A Spencor, 841, captured Sept. 20, at Chicamauga. Capt J A Westlake, 73d, captured Mny 3, at Rome. Capt N Vallack,51st, captured Mar 3, at Rome. First Lient W A Adair, 51st, captured May 3, at Rom. First Lieut. H Apple, 1st Cavalry, captnred June 9, at Brandy Station. First Lieut. F I Brownell, 51st, captured May 3, at Rume. I:ist Lieut. J W Barlow, 51st, cpturl May 3, at Rome. First Lient. J L Brown, 73d, captuivd May S, at Rome. First Lieut. Ji W Custed, 23d, captured May 12, at Raymond. First Lieut. G A Coffin, 29th, captured Sept. 20, at Chicamauga. First Lieut. J G Doughty, 51st, captured May 3, at Rom. First Lieut. J A Delano, 51st, captured May 3, at Rome. First Lient. A T Dooley, captured May 3, at Rome. First Lieut. John Dugan, 35th, captursd Sept. 21. at Lookout Mountain, Tenn. rirst Lient. A uood, sut, captured may 3, at Rome. First L'eut. W H narvey, 51st, captured May 3, at Rome. First Lieut G T Hanna, 51st, caJtareil May 3, at Rome. First Lient. T D Kimball, 88th, captured Sept. to, at Chicamauga First Lieut. E M Knowles, 421, captured Sept. 20, at Chicamauga. First Lieut. H J Murdock, 73d, captnred May 3, at Rome. First Lieut. E E 8harp, 51st, captured May 3, at Rome. First Lieut. John Sterling, 30th, captured Sept. I 20, at Chisamauga. First Lieut. J D Simpson, 10th, captured Sept. ! 20, at Chiekahominv. First Lieut A W Thomas, 73 1. r 1; ! ured May 3. I at Rome. First Lieut. R Tyler, 8th ca;-f . J .06 15th, at Winchester. First Lieut. John lariat. 9th, captured Oct. 18, at Charleston. First LieuG N Vaness, 73d, captured May 3, at Rome. First Lieut. D L Wright, 51st, captured May 3, j at Rome. First Lieut. W Willis, 51st, captured May 3, at , Rome. First Lient. J C Wooden, 73d, captnred May ", at Rome. First Lieut. J Woods, 82d, captnred Sept. 20, at Chicamauga. First Lieut. A II Marder, 51st, cipfured May 3 at Rome. Second Lieut. A H Bookes, 73d, captnred May 3, at Rome. Second Lieut. R J Connelly, 731, captured May 3. at Rome. Second Lieut. A N Callahan, 73d, captured May 3, at Rome. Second Lieut. J H Chandley, 5th, captnred June 15, at Winchester. Second Lient. W A Culberton, 3-Hh, captured Sept. 20, at Chicamans-a. Second Lieut. T G Good, 1st Cavalry, captured June 9, at Rappahannock. Second Lieut. jC N Green, 44th, captured Sept. i 20, at Chickahominy Second Lieut.- N E Hodge, 5th, captured June 15. at Winchester. Second Lieut Geo narris, 79th, captured Sept. ; 20, at Chicamauga. Second Lieut J S Kephart, 5th Cavalry , captnr ! ed May 18, atBnrksville. Second Lieut. F A Lakin, 18th, captured June 4, at Vicksburg. Second Lieut. J W : 3. at Rome. Munday, 37tkvcaptnr.d May Second Lieut. J Masstck, 42d, raptured Sept. 28, at Chicaraaugt iAT C . - - Second Lieut. E"Mcfiowan, 29th, captured Sept. I 28, at Chimmaug.i Second Lient. W lieyuowH, ,3:t, captured nay 3, at Rome. Second Lieut. H Richardson, 19th, captured July 15, at Gettysburg. Second Lieut. H H Tillotson, 73d, raptured May 3, at Rone. STOVE WORKS. r. W. BKISKMVVTR. A, PCLSUMO SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS. BmSMKMEYER & CO., Manufacturer of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Kalllngs, House, Fronts, Verandas, Balconies, Castings In General, COPPER. TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, Ac USsr Sales Room Main Street, opposite Court p. je. " jMWjtiIai.'0.1 sWFouudery Near ths Mouth of Pigeon Creek EVANSVILLE, IND. ORDERS SOLICITED -SSI my9 CLOTHING. j- jj WHOLESALE CLOTIIMHOM! GOLDMAN. BERG & CO . MO. Q North First St., Evansville ; BRANCH of GOLDMAN, BERG & 1f Market Street, Philadelphia, We havo now ready a very large selected stock of FaU I Winter Clothing AND Gentlemen's Furnishing Good SHAWLS, BLANKETS TRAVELING SHIRTS. Boys' Clotlvins, IN GREAT VARIETY, To which we desire to call the attentiou of the trado. Our Goods eiiig all manufac tured by ourselves, buyers have Only One Profit to Pay. Wr feel confident that onr pricrs are fully as low as those ol any "ther House in the West. All Uoods Warranted. sep5 UNITED STATES Wholesale Clothing AND FURNISHING HOUSE. Clothing for the Million! L LOWENfrTAL & CO., ' kain In the marlteXjat the old welt lw. Cor. Main and First Sts., (Which has hewn rebailt and enlarged,) with the largest and best selected stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING ASD Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooti Ever Opened in this Market. UR OLD CUSTOMERS AND Til t TRADE generally sre res;wctfully invited to call and examine our Goods ant price before, purchasing elsewhere, as we feel assured ws can ofter superior inducements to CASH buyers. One "f our Arm resides in New York, and has had many years experience in buying aud manu facturing, and devotes his whole time to Purchasing and Superintending; the Mannfactnrlnir Department, rJ ti3 we liny exclusively for CASH, we can and will soil as low to the trade as any House sepll East or West. The Best is always the Cheapest. Especially is this true ef o t o 1? t-x 1 asr AXD Gents' Furnishing Good.. Test it by caliing on J. H. GA1LIN, No. 8 F I R ST STREET, (Ni'.iB POST-OFFICE,) EVANSVILLE, IND. TMIE CXDERSIGNKD HAS JUST RE- 1 turuca irom me .asr, wnero ue nas laiu iu one of the best stocks of Clothing and Gents' Fur nishing Goods ever brought to this City. My Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting Ac, were selected with an eye single to quality and style ; and hav ing become conversant with the taste of our peo ple, am satisfied that in this particular my Goods will give excellent satisfaction. Gents Fnruishiug Goods of every description will also be found at my establishment such as Gloves. Hosiery, Neck-Ties, Shirts, Collars, Sus penders, Ac. My facilities for manufactiiriu Clothing are excellent ; aud as for Cuttiug Ga nientl to fit no satisfaction no pay I ask no 0.1 t - take a mean fitting garment off my hands. Over -Coatings of every variety nd style will be found at my .stablishmia . Though it may sound unreasonable to k Overcoats during the " heated term," we mast rememticr that in peace is the timeto-.i re for war," and in Snmmer make our preparations for the cold blasts of Winter. No better preparation can be devised than the ordering f a good reliable Overcoat, such as mav be found at No. 8 First Street. Orders for Clothing of every lor Clothing ot everv .lescniitmn will '. nwairn the rw.r.iin.1 ntlenrinn of lltf miflemi irl.e.l I ftnd wi promptiy attended to. The motte at No. 8 is, " Promises puuctu illy fulfilled.'" Before orderi: g Fall or Win'er suits Gents will costnttt their own interest by examining my Goods and Price. Remember the place Mo. 8 First Street, (near Post Office. 1 anglS J. H. CAKLI.V. NOTICE. To All Whom it May Concern. NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition signed by freehold citizens of Pigcou township, Vanderburgh county, Indiana, will be presented to the Board of Commissioners ef said county on the first Monday in December next, at the Court 1 House in Evansville, in said county, for the ap ! pointment of viewers to view, mark and locate a j road commencine at a point on the road leading from Fulton Avenne to the Salt : wells, where the line dividing ranges-ten and : eleven intersects said road, and running thence on the range line due north, through lands owned and occupied by Daniel Morgan, M. P. Jones' heirs, E. G. B. Waldo, Wm Mocck. John Greek, I John Whitehead, Jr., John Shauklln, Philip j Rausch's heirs, Geo. B. Walker, Jas. T. Walker, ! Scran ton, M. A. Lawrence, W. H. Byford, I J. L. Bittrolff. J. H. Rearers and A. H. Carpenter, to northeast corner of .onth east quarter of sec tion 13. town 6, south ranee 11, west, and thence north westerly, on the road now used to toay mill, on Pigeon creek, distance of about one mils. oc!8 Sw. OYSTER DEPOT. MONUMENTAL OYSTER Gif E IN" C Y H. A. COOK HAS RECEIVED TIssfrSOLK AOENCT FOR tb celebrated IIonumentalOystor,jnd will keep a constant-and regular supply of warranted Oysters at all time. A trial is asked H. A. COOK, Sole Agent. HARDWARE, &c. mn, KELLOGG I CO., DEAI.ER8 IX H Jl i w A R E AND CUTLERY No. 13 FIRST STREET, (SIGN BIG MILL, SAW,) Have received a complete stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Hardware, Purchased aud Imported direct from the MannfW.. TP O Enabling us to offer inducements to Pur chasers rarely found in the West. We call the special attention of Dealers to our large and well selected Stock, con sisting in part of Axes All 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 Screwp, Gun Trimmings, Brass Kettles, Shot Guns, Rifles and Revolvers, Chain Pump Fixtures, Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Gum Belting, Japanned Ware, Notions Large Stock. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., No! 13 First Street. NOTICE. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. o r Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils. The undersigned pay their Particular Attention To 1 Lie olc jf tile above -arttFjfa, jnd SOAP STOCKS GENERALLY. Consignment sent to them will be PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF and Quick eturnsMade on very advauced terms. We mail onr Weekly Circular gratis to all sending the ir address to ABRASI K.MGHT fc SONS, 3 Water Street, W. Y. City. iylOdCin NEW SALOON. SKAEFER'S SALOON. BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT, On Third Street between Main and Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. oct9-lm CHANGE OF EXCHANGE ! A NEW ARRANGEMENT. SAM GKAMMEK t HARRY JOHNSON haviug purchased ' Theodore's Exchange, ARE FITTING IT UP IN KXCELLEN1 style for a first class BILLIARD SAL00X ant RESTAURANT. They will keep at the bar the best brands o Liquors and their larders will at all times be filled with the richest dainties from the animal and vegetable kingdoms, and the waters of the vasty deep will be made to contribute of their richest stores. . Especial attention will be given to the comae, . which will be under charge of the moat competent j aitists. Their Billiard Room is large and their TABLES FIRST CLASS. The establishment wiU re-open on Tuesday next. A liberal share of public patrenage is respectfully Elicited. rov30d3m NOTICE. 1 OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MT XN wife, Emily Kclntire, has left my home with out any just cause or provocation. I therefore warn all persons not to orsdit her on my account, j as 1 win pay no debts or her contracting. Gibon Co., Ind., Oct. 23, 18BS. oc27-2w SADDLERY. Cliailes Babcock, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Coach and Saddlery Hardware, MAIN STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. HAVING COMPLETED MT ARRANGE ments with European and American manu facturers for a direct supply of all goods In my line I am enabled to offer inducements that can not fail to be to the interest of all eugagrtd in the bnsiness to give me a trial. I naw in part . Axles, . Springs made oft ne best St- -Bands, enameled at all kind of L Cloths, Linings for Carriages , Varnishes, Castings of all kinds ; Saddle Trees, English Bridle Leathers , Blta, Stirrups, Spurs, Hames, fine Silver Basics of all kinds ; Jenny Lind Gig Tree . Self-adjusting Pad; Taylor' Patent Hames; Fit Net ; Sao Thread ; Horse Blanket ; London Girth Webs, American Girth and Rein Webs, both cotton and worsted : Lon don Welt Skins, a superior article ; Ivory ; Gntta Porcha and Bias? lined Hartengai Rings ; superior Kerseys fbr 11 ore Centers , th bt quality of O.rrisge Eolts ; Patent Gig Trees, Ac., Ac., Ac., Sic 1 aeep in tact everything appertaining teithei b ranch of the business, and understanding b.th ) ranches thoroughly, we would respectfully lavite four attention before purchasing elsewhere. I am also Agent for Ward' Pat-nt Spring Sa dsrw REMOVAL. 'rHE UNDERSIGNED FIRM HAVE RE X moved their Saddlery establishment to the Corner of Main and Second Street, in the room oc cupied by Fred. Krone, deceased. C. WOLFF & J. KHOEPSCH, ANrrACTcaEBS or A?tn oealeks in Saddles, Harness, COT LARS, &c, &c.t Main Street, Cor. Second, (Store formerly occuppied by Fred. Krone.) ta,All order attended to with dispatch. Work warranted. novl5-ly w. r. coiiwin. J. B. SUGIIKE THE NEW FIRM. mm 2 d0 mm UTR. THE SURSCRIBERS, WHOLESALE manufacturers of Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Harness, Ac, desire to inform the public that we have largely increased our stock on haud, and by close application ourselves and the employment of good workman in our shop, we are able to fur niu on short notice any and all kinds and quanti ties of work to suit the trade. Those who will favor as with a call, can satisfy themselves, that tbey can procure, at lower prices, good sulatan tial, fancy and durable work of ns (ban they cau anywhere else, (and far better than Ihe Eastern shop-work.) The members of the firm tsing practical work men themselves, attending personally to all orders with promptness, care and dispatch, deter mined that none shall excel in style of finish or quality of work, give better satisfaction to those patronizing ns ; feel eonndunt it will ba to tns interest of all to come and see for themselves be fore purchasing elsewhere. Store on Locust Street, above tho Sherwood House, between First and Second Streets, No. 25. N. B. Guarantee all we sell. gPg W r. COKWIN & CO. 1NS0LUBL CEMENT. Gbt.at Ducovcbt. USEFUL and VALUABLE DISCOVERT HILTON'S . . I INSOLUBLE CEMENT! Applicable to, , . .... the useful arts t1 " more general practical utility '.than any invention now before the Ipuhllc. It lias lieen thoroughly tested during the last two years by : practical men, and pronounced to ! GTTOrDlon m - Adhesive Preparation known. A new thing. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is a new thing, and the result of years or study, its combination is on Scientific Principles, Its Combina tion. And under no circumstances or ; change of temperature, will it be- j come corrupt or emit anv offensive smell. Boot A Shoo BOOT fe KHOK Manufacturers, using Machines, Manufacturers will find it the best article known j for Cementing the Channels, a it . work without delay, is not a fleet- ed by any change of temperature. a- JEWELERS Will find it sufficiently adhesive for their use, as has been proved. Jewelers. It Is especially adapted to Families. neainer, And we claim as an especial merit. that it sticks Patches am Linings to Boots and Shoes si Iciently strong without stitching. IT IS THE ONLY It is a Liquid. LiatTI') CEMENT Extant, that is a sur thing for mendirg FITRXITTJRB, CROCKERY, TOYS, BONK, IVORY, Aud articles ef honsobotd US3. Remember REMEMBER Hilton's Insoluble Cemen Is in a liqnid form and as ea-ily applied as paste. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is insoluble in water or oil. Hilton's Insoluble Cement A.iheres oily substance. Supplied in Family or Blaunfactur rnr rscsaKTS itnm r ounces " to ion lbs. HILT0X, BROS.i CO., Proprietors, PROVIDENCE. R. I Finis. Iy23-ly DRUGS. ALAR6E AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of Par and Fresh Drua, Herl, Extracts and Patent Medicines Jiim iv. .iat SCHLAEPEKK S Drug Store. iFLPHITE OK LISIE EOR THE TUE KF.P. I mentation mentation of Ci.ler and Wines. Just received and for sale at SCHLA EPFKR'f Drug Store. ASH LIME JIsT RECEIVED KOL KPFEU'S Bras Store. s 0DA ASH at M BS ALLEN'S If A IP. RKST'lRATlVK ANI ZvrobaW.mjiiKt received and for sale-at vni. -V.-KKR" Di n,- tor. 4 LARGE MiiMsHMslIrT or TOOTH A SI i Hair Brushes jut reo-ie.l at WtMVKtVtKA' Mr .t. ie. 4 NO HER SUPPLY Or BARBELL also Gary' t. Ball's Worm 0otion9 Brown's Troches jut received an ' for sale at Sl'Hl. KPKEU'N Urn More. ARTIC LOT I AN, F.)K FROST BITTEN Limbs, for sale at SCHLAEPFER S DrsseBtAM "yACCINE VIRUS FOR SALE AT SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. HOBBY HORSES. PATENT SPRING AND ROCKING HORSES, the finest a-nment ever broughtto the city, iut received. Prlo from one dollar to forty. At WARREN A CONY NGTON'S, . No. 1 Main Street. i GROCERIES. H Elf R Y LUTZ, Dealer in GR.O OERIES PROVISIONS, Cor. Ckcinat Street and the Canal EVAN8TILLE, INDIAUA. T HAVE RETURNED HOME FROM THE ' araty. and am mdy to see my old customer-,. 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 wgou-yvvd My Bar it also open forcustomers. irir -r H. LUTZ. oct6lwdlsaw.U- CiUu WM GLENN & SONS, Wholesale Grocers, TO and T3 Vine Street, Bet. Second and Pearl Sts. CINCINNATI, O. HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOB sale at the lowr-st market prices, a large and well selected stork of Groceries. Tobacco, Cordage, Wooden Ware, Ac , to which w invite the atten tion of Merchants. seplK turrit It. GitinT. William R. Bakes S. E. GILBERT & CO., WHOLESALE GBOCERS, Sycamore Street, bet. Water and First, : s :-..--,. i f . Inn. A full assortment of Groceries always an hand, id for sale at the lowest prices. NURSE RIEsT GEORGE D. BOWEN HAVING PURCHASED THE ENTIRE stock of Nurseries of C. Baker A Co., wishes to inform the public that be has on hands a large assorted stock of Fruit Trees, ornamental and Evergreen. Alo, a good selected stock of hardy Remontant Roses, which I will sell at low prices. Also, a large assortment of Shade Trees for side walk planting. All persons wishing to have a quirk shade and not have to plant from year to year, will do well by getting good trees that hare been transplant d. Catalogue sent on application, either by letter or person. GEO. D. BOWEN, Crescent City Nurseries, . oc28 EvansTille, Ir.d. DRUGGISTS. bF( FGHTON & WOOD. CRESCENT CITT DRUG STORE. Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Window Glass, Sand Paper, Perfumery, Soaps, Coal Oil, Lamps, Fruit Jars. Sealing Wax, Patent Medicines, Dye Stuffs. Sole Agents for Whit field's Pile Cure. FAMILY m STORE WM. E. HALLOCK, Drug ;ist and Apothecary. SO. 10, FIRST STREET, SEAR POST OFFICE, Ha Just received another large and splendid as sortment of Pure Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Medicines, Fancy Articles, Pomades, Brushes, Combs, Toilet Articles, p"aps, Flavoring Extrujts, &c, &c Brandies and Wines, for Purposes. Medical All the Approved Patent Medicines kept cos tantly on band and for sale at North American arista, Particular attention paid to the compounding f prescriptions at all honrs. WM. E. EALLOCnv, No. lOSonth First Street, near Post Office, nov7 Kvanville. led. BOILER MAKER. JOHN P. LAURENT, X3 : a ilex &3 ctls-o r Corner of Pine and Water Streets, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. T AM PREPARED TO MAKE AXL KINDS L of Steam Boilers, stationary or portable. I have every facility for doing good work that good machinery and good workmen can give, and all work entrusted tj ie wiU hejuadJe"dr S1 : sonal supervision. Workmen sent to any part of the city aud country to do repairing. ocl'-lm FOREIGN LIQUORS. CrOESE E APPLVB. WM. 6CHKAEEMVKO KAPPLEB A S HN AKKXBl KG, Importers and Dealers in Wh;skys, Brandies, Wines, Gins, &c, &c, &c. Also Rectifier and Manufacturers of Domestic Winesv and Liquors- NO. 4 WATER ST., bet. Main and Sycamore, augls KVANSVIIjLX. IND. RAT EXTERMINATOR. Only infollible remedies norn." " Free from Poisons." ' Not dangerous to the Human Family. " Rats eon. out of their holes to die." ra-Sold Wholesale in all large cities. sWSold by all Dsrooisrs and Retailers every - sMtTmBewars ! I !" of all worthless imitations KsVSee that "Cootar's" name is on eah Box, Bottle and Flask before yoni ny s-Address HKXRY R. COSTAR, "Principal Dep-t 482 Broapwat, N. T. OWldby KELLER A WHITE, Wholesale and Retail Agent, myl5-6sr. Evan ville, lad. 8jP,a E BBiiI(l m m VEZaSMHSSSBSBSBB 1-'