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TUBSIB ADVANCE
TOR DAILY.
ue year 6 0
Six months . 3 00
riiree months I 50
.applied by carrier! at 12 cent per week
FOR WEEKLY.
nrae ru-mths
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FOR TRI-WEKKLY.
ix mouth ' 2 00
Uses vi-ar 4 00
MEDICAL.
W. THOMPSON, M. D.,
SI IAN & SURGEON
i ! in Rekidexci No. 35 Walnut Stsjut
(At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.)
V A VS VILLE, INDIANA.
w.-.-J-ly
I VORYTYPES,
PHOTO GRAPS
AXD
zxjrci Pictures.
ALSO,
WEDDING CARDS,
kfttMted in Beautiful Style,
AT
Alm'i I'liolographlc Gallery,
VER post-office.
LAW CARDS.
WW. H. WALKER, Jr ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
EVANSVILLE, IND.,
Ottlre on Third Street,
Opposite Court House.
RLE S DENBY,
torney at Law,
lis- mtaM the practice of Law. Office on Third
SUM, miiMIe of flail's Block, np stairs. feb2
JAMES
Ai torney
RE I D ,
at Law
AND
0 0 LLECTING AGENT.
OFFICE On Third Street, third door from
Main Street, in the Crescent City Dank Building,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
sMM
Jas. T. Walker,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
AND
Agent for obtaining Pensions,
Back Pay and Bounty
null DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND FOR
J' th- Widow and other legal representative of
thiMe who die in the service of the United State.
Olfi.e on the North-West side of Third Street,
near the Washington House nd nearly opposite
the Court Hon-e. Evanaville, Indiana.
All business entrusted to him will be promptly
hi I. i le, to. j v 1 -1 y
SASH AND DOORS.
VMES STEELE,
(Successor te Steele ft Hnni,)
-! : t ND ST.. BKT. CHESTNUT AND CHERRY,
VA MB VILLE, INDIAN
SASH, EOOES, WINDOW BLINDS
Dressed Lumber
Hoards, Lathi, Ac, of every description constantly
uii hand, l'nckiiig Boxes of all kinds made to or.
Sawing of every kind dona on th shortest
.ire apl8-ly
W. HUNNELL,
i'i t; N Kit WALNUT STREET AND CANAL,
EVANSVILLE, I N B . ,
Ha ou hand the largest lot of
Sttoaes, floors Blinds, Frames, Jtc,
Ever Manufactured in the West.
THEY ARE OP MY OWN MAKE.
I It i a line lot of White Pine and Popular
t- lNriug. Moulding of all kin.W ma If mnl sawiug
of . dscri;tiuna liunt at the aIi orient notice.
MARBLE WORKS.
UHLH0B.N & BRINKMAN,
(dtocMMff to M. A. Lawreiitt-,) Dealers in
I M KB It' AS 4XB ITALIAN MARBLK.
MkIii Street Near Court Houae.
EVANSVILLE, - - - INDIANA
aWfM'jiiuments, M
kiDilaof Furniture V
c-ruted iu the latest an
tie. Tombs, Vast, and all
Vueatly and promptly ex
! i t style. deel
Direct from the Quarries, the
The Finest Stock of Marble
Ever brought ta this market, and for sale at
STREET & YOUNG'S
American and Italian
Marble Manufactory,
WARE AM) SALES ROOM
No. 134
MAIN STREET,
Near the Canal
llnr facilities for furnishing those wishing
.MO I JIESTS,
GRAVESTONES,
TOMBS,
M A N T bl S,
anything elsa line, are nosnfpsms in
Oar Stock of Marble is complete, having been
I ecied with great care at the Quarries. mytidAw
SEGARS, &C.
s: HEOEDER A LEMCKE,
WHOt.KSALE DR.ALSBS IN
Cigars, Smoking, Chewing Tobacco,
Snuff, Pipes, & c.
ST r-.-. 30 Main St.,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
ftiftve now, ftud will kep, on hand a complete :
:nl wA assorted stock of
CIGARS & TOBACCO,
AND OFFER THE SAME TO THE PUBLIC
LOW FOR CASH.
Js.'8 willlinil it to their iulerest to call aud
examine our prices. We are enabled to sell to
IKcm .s li-iv h. .toy house In the West.
eet7-.Uw SCHROEPER A LKMCKB.
WATCHE 5 & JEWELRY.
J. L. 8ITTROLFF, JR.,
No. 1, North First Stree
An entirely new Stock of
Watches and Jewelry,
SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, &c.
I WOULD RK-JPKi'TKULI.Y IXKORM THE
i public t hiit I bar opened an entirely new and
CafciejMblt .'.)- k ftfcaalve "ds, which, hav
inz Ik-i-:i l iitfiit ftircfsh, I i.n prepared to sell at
i-rici-s as law as the lowMSt and warrant every
article u ae J i M represented. Krom long x
perieaas in the haslae i, I a:u coal lent of firing
ratisfactiou, and liopo to merit a sharo of th pub
lic AUr -uac.
Peraoaal atteuttoa paid to rapmiriag Watches,
Clsflfcl aud Jewelry.
J L. BITTROI.FI", Jr.,
octl7-lmdaw No. 1, North First Street.
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NOTICE.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
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Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils.
The undersigned pay their
Particular Attention
To the sale of the above articles, and
SOAP STOCKS GENERALLY.
Consignments sent to them will be
PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF
and
Quick Returns Madb
ou very advanced terms. We mail our Weekly
Circular gratis to all sending their address
to A BR AM KNIGHT fc SONS,
33 Water Street, N. Y. City.
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HARDWARE.
HARDWARE AT LOW PRICES.
Heat Cutters and Sansnge Staf
fers ;
Patent Heat Cutters and Staf
fers, (combined) ;
Axes, Lippincott's,
and Taneyck's ;
White's
Axe Handles and Wedges ;
Wood, Hand and Rippiug Saw
of Spear and Jackson, Diss
ton's and other ;
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Cross Cot Saws,
imteut ;
common and
Mill Saws, Rowland', Ac. ;
Butcher's
Kuy.ors ;
Files, ('hieM nin!
a
Table and Pocket Cutlery ;
Shears and Scisson .
Tea and Table Spoaua ;
Te and Counter Scales;
Srale Beam ;
Butchet Kiiivus and SawM ;
Wilson's Steels;
Cleavers and Choppers ;
Molasses Gate and Cedar ft li
cet ;
Hay and Straw Knives;
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Grain and Coal Shovel ;
amiia.
rbk
Shovel and Spades ;
Chain Log, Trace and Halter;
Nail ;
geives and Rat Traps;
Brushes and Curry Corns ;
Door Lock, Hiuges and Screws
Chain Pumps ;
3
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Ohio Tool Co.
Pianos and
Truss Hoop ;
Barton' Cooper T
Cabinet Hardware
ol ;
ss
Shovels, Tongs and Stands ;
Steel Fire Setts.
For sale by
JACOB STRATJB A SON
9
GROCERIES.
IRISH POTATOES. FIVE HUNDRED BAR
RELS choice white Neshanic Potatoes, on con
eigumant, and for sale at
NO. 82 MAIN STBEET.
CRANBERRIES. Three barrels choice culti
vated Cranberries, for sal at
NO. 82 MAIN STBEET.
CtOAL OIL LAMPS. C5 dosen assorted kinds
for sale at
NO. 82 MAIN STREET.
HOUSEHOLD "BLESSINGS. Another lot of I
Johnaou'a Uniou Washing Machines and
Wringers, just received. These machines are now j
in use in almost all the Hospitals, Convents, Ho-
tele, and Families generally in the large cities, I
and have been thoroughly tested and in every case 1
have given satisfaction.
These machines not only save three-fourths of
the labor and soap, but garments will last twice
as long when washed in them than those that are
washed ou the common wash board Call and see
th-m at NO. 82 MAIN STREET.
piCKLES AND SAUCES
T doteu 1 gallon gherkius.
7
1
miled pi-kles.
assorted kinds.
Caulliflower iu mustard.
4
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2
2
Loudou Club Sauce.
Aucboria
Miller's Epicuran Sane.
G regs' Salad Sauce For sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
TEAS. 20 half chest choice Green and Black
Teas. For sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY OBOCEBY.
Q AN NKD FRUITS.
21 ilozen cauued Peaches,
at - " Blackberries.
40 , Tomatoes.
5 u " Piu Ap;des For ale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
CiOA'. AND LA Kit Oil, Coal and Lard Oii
of tin- lierit ptalitv, can lie had at
SLI-iOl't'S FAMILY UROCKBY
M.OIJR SO her rule rhila Family Flour; 200
i1 sack ajsaMs Extra Fiunilv Flour, for sale at
ELLIOTT S FAMILY GROCERY .
1 tAlSISS, CURRANTS
AND ClTRiVN 10
Raisins: 'J caks New
IV boxes choice layer
Xante Currants
l(Sl lbs choico Geuoa CiUon, f.n-
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY
PUBLISHED BY
lAalpB B. MoNEELY.
F. M. THATEB.
JN0. H. McNEELY.
cndeb tub rim or TBI
Evansville J ournal Company.
Journal Buildings,
LOCUST STREET,
BETWEEN FIBST AND WATER.
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20
Diptheria. This scourge, says the
Vincennes Sun, is making fearful rav
ages in the southern part of Knox coun
ty. A number of cases have proved
fatal.
A letter was received a few days
ago at Vincennes from Capt. Wm. Denny
of the 51st Indiana Regiment, now con
fined in Libby Prison. The letter is
dated October 30th, and informs the
many anxious friends of the Captain that
he was well, and had been most of the
time since his arrival in Richmond
Thieves appear to be thick in
Sullivan county. Two stores were bro
ken into and robbed in one night in the
town of Sullivan, and the same night the
Post Office at Carrysville was also rob
bed. Mr. Thos. Cochran, an old resi
dent of Vincennes, was found dead in
his bed on Friday morning last He had
lived a solitary life for some time.
A project is on foot in Vincennes
to build a bridge over the Wabash river
at that point A well-known capitalist
of Cincinnati has offered to take $15,000
cash stock and $5,000 in city property at
a fair valuation, towards building the
bridge.
The Army of the Cumberland
seems to be very well satisfied with tte
new order of things. While they regret
the loss of their favorite Commander-in-Chief,
if we are to believe reports, they
mourn but little over the loss of their
Corps commanders Gens. McCook and
Crittenden. Gen. McCook, in particular ,
had a reputation in the army of being
unfortunate, that rendered his removal
absolutely essential. An anecdote illus
trative of this feeling in the army, is told
by a correspondent, as follows:
On Wednesday, after the battle of
Chickamauga, General Rosecrans rode
all along the lines, and was received by
the soldiers with loud cheers, showing
their undiminished confidence in and af
fection for their favorite commander.
The General was accompanied by mem
bers of his staff, and others. The cor
tege had just passed by a portion of the
Twentieth Corps, when a soldier left the
ranks, and ran after General Rosecrans.
" General ! " he called out, " General! "
The hero, always as ready to listen to a
private in the ranks as one of his Corps
commanders, stopped short "Are you
going to leave General McCook in com
mand of us?" asked the soldier. Of
course, General Rosecrans male some
indirect reply. "If you do," said ho of
the blue blouse, "we'll run again!"
Yes, the very name of McCook had, in
the minds of the soldiers of the re public,
become synonymous with failure.
Important to tbe Service.
Ed. Journal: I wish to say a few
words to the good and patriotic people of
Indiana through your paper in behalf of
our gallant soldiers, and would be glad
if every loyal newspaper in the State
would either copy my words or say some
thing better. My subject is
GLOVES AND MITTENS FOR THE SOLDIERS.
While those who are at home can sit
around a rousine fire these cold, chillins
evenings, and listen to the win 3 howl,
without feeling its piercing blast, the
soldier is pacing his guard beat, out
doors, holding his icy gun in freezing
hands, or perhaps on a long march with
hands equally exposed. This is not only
the case during the cold night, but also
during the day; not only on guard, but
also in the discharge of hundreds of oth
er indispensable duties. Government
clothes the soldier comfortably with all
thing butgloves for the hands; these it
does not furnish, but it certainly should
Sutlers' bring up gloves, occasionlly, a
very inferior article, and sell them for
enormous prices, which last but a few
days. Now let e?ery father, mother, sis
ter, wife, sweetheart and friend set to
work and immediately buy, knit or make
a good, stout pair of gloves or mittens
for their respective dear ones.
If mittens are sent they should have a
forefinger on each one; if of yarn, the
tip should be overlaid with stout cloth to j
keep them irom nreaKuig ana ravenng.
If gloves are sent the tips of the fingers,
if varn, should be thus protected. Good,
well-lined buckskin cloves
are the best
for all purposes. Closely knit yarn mit
teas, with a forefinger on each, are next
best Each pair should come up high to
protect the wrist
Now we hope that every soldier will
receive a good, warm pair of gloves or
mittens in the next two weeks, for they
are already needed and would be wel
comed with joy.
Ihe sanitary Commission supplies the
soldiers with gloves and mittens in many
parts of the army, but the Indiana sol
dier, in this army, derives no aid from it
at alL
8 END BY MAIL.
Do the gloves up and send them by
mail, just as you would a letter, and
they will be sure to come. We have sev
eral in this regiment who have no kind
relatives at home to send them such com- :
forts. Will not some good, patriotic per- j
sons, who have no sons or other rela
tions depending upon them, send the
writer a few extra pairs to distribute to
such noble soldiers? They sbairte
dealt with truly and faithfully, and all
accounted for most scrupulously.
COMFORTS.
Gloves are most needed, but the neck
and ears get cold when on guard, and a
comfort conies very handy to shield them
from the frost. They can be sent in the
same manner that gloves are.
Come now, you who are enjoying the
sweets of home, while the soldier pro
tects you and all that is dear and valua
ble to you, be liberal, and send in such
i things abundantly to make him comforta
ble during the winter that is now closing
in and thus show that you feel grateful to
tbese,noble-hearted heroes, send to this
and every other regiment, and remem
lr to send immediately, and the very
best. Yours truly,
W. R. Jewell,
Chaplain 7th Ind., Potomac Army.
MOENING
EVANSVILLE, 1ND., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. I8ti&
Increasing Debt Increasing Capital.
The following article, contributed to
the Toledo Blade by a distinguished
writer on Western statistics and pros
pects, tends to alleviate the popular fears
of the burden of the war debt The
writer shows that the debt adds so much
more to the active capital of the country,
which was just what it lacked to become
as rich as England. It is evident that
the principles of finance have been en
tirely misunderstood in the past.
What will Come of the Great Re
bellion. As a nation, we have failed to
grow rich and civilized as rapidly as we
should, owing to a lack of active capital
to develop our national resources. In
that respect England has had the advan
tage of us, to a large extent For fifty
years she has recognized, through all
departments of industry her fonr thous
and millions of dollars of debt as so
much money at a market value, in spe
cie, of ninety cents on the dollar. The
confidence her people feel in the integri
ty ol'lhe Government to pay Interest, at
the rate of thirty per cent, induces them
to use tbirty-six millions as the equiva
lent of the same amount of gold. What
a capital to work on ! Who can esti
mate the wealth that has grown out of
its use? Britain is now, by a great deal,
the richest nation on the earth We,
too, have tried to make and use a credit
capital as a substitute for ready money.
But, with the banking operations of some
of the New England States, and of a few
others, it has failed of success. Un
friendly or dishonest legislations have
had much to do in destroying confidence,
without which there can be no success in
human afaira
A national bank has been twice legis
lated np and then legislated down.
State Banks have been chartered and af
terward cried down by party violence.
No system of credit has been stable ex
cept in Massachusetts and one or two
other States, the prosperity of which
have been in marked and favorable con
trast with that of States which have put
down or cripled credit institutions.
The present condition of our credit
system National, State and corporate
appears to be much more stable and re
liable. Our National Government has
passed from the slave power, always un
friendly to the prosperity of the free
States, into the hands of men who re
spect and who will protect free labor.
We now expect favorable and stable leg
islation. Confidence in our Government
is growing stronger day by day. Its ob
ligations, under the influence of that
confidence, are attaining an established
cash value. The use of these obliga
tions, in the various forms of bonds large
and small, treasury notes, certificates,
&c, will add a very large amount to the
floating capital of the country. Twenty
hundred millions will, probably, be in the
hands of the public before the termina
tion of the year 1864. What proportion
will be represented by bank notes under
the new bank system, it is premature to
say doubtless enough to form an abun
dant circulating medium. But the whole
amount will be in a condition to be used
to make payments in new fields of enter
prise and the extension of old establish
ments in which success is promised and
probable. New mines will be opened
and worked ; new manufactures will be
undertaken and old ones enlarged. Prog
ress more rapid than has been heretofore
witnessed will be made, in all depart
ments of industry and in all the require
ments of an advanced civilization. Our
means to pay labor, skilled and unskilled,
will be so ample that millions will leave
the over-peopled portions of Western Eu
rope and make their homes with us.
England will now feel the effects of our
competition in the fields of skilled labor,
since our capital will have become a
match for hers, and our means of sus
taining a great population will be great
ly beyond what she can oner
J. W. s.
GROCERIES.
HENRY LUTZ
Dealer in
OR.OOBRIBS
PROVISIONS,
Cor. Chesnut Street and the Can al
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
HAVE RETURNED HOME FROM THE
armv. 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, an I will also
take caro of their horses aud wagens, having a
good stable aud w igoti-yanl. My Bar is also open
for customer. n. LUTZ.
octG-lwdAlmw
lavvsx E. Un.sr.KT. William B. Bakes.
S. E. GILBERT & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Sycamore Street, bet. Water and First,
Evansville, Ind.
A full assortment of Groceries always on hand,
,rl for sale at the lowest price.
NURSE RIE
GEORGE D. BO WEN
HAVING PUBCHASED THE ENTIBE
stock of Nurseries of C. Bakar & Co., wishes
to Inform the public that he has on hands a latg
s.. sorted stock of Fruit Trees, ornamental and
i Evergreens. Also, a good selected stock of hardy
Remontant Roses, which 1 will sett at low prices.
Also, a large assortment of Shade Trees for side
walk planting. All persons wishing to have a
quick shade and not have to plant from year to
year, will do well by getting good trees that havo
been transplant d.
Catalogste sent on application, either by letter
or person. GEO. D BO WEN,
Crescent City Nurseries,
oc28 Evansville, Ind.
BOOTS & SHOES.
MI JLmJLmJ53R c3 OO.,
Retail Dealers and Manufacture of
BOOTS 8l SHOES.
No. 38 Main Street,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE
and well selected stock of Eastern aud home
made Gcoda, consisting of all descriptions of
Ladles', Misses', Men's and Boys'
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers,
Which we offer for sale as low a any house in
the city. All enr work is warranted.
Hpl6' MILLER Sc CO.
GROCERIES.
C'lOTf'ON YABNS 25 BAGS MAYSV1LLE
500's and 600's ; for sale by
S. E. GILBERT & CO.,
oc22 No. Sycamore Street.
i TT'XTBA FLOUR LOO BBLS. ON CONSIGN -
t -Ci ment ; for sale at
8. E. GILBERT & CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
OTAB
CANDLES 100 BOXES; FOR SALE
S. E. GILBERT A CO.,
Fo. 4 Sycamore Street.
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C CINNAMON 200 MATS FOR SALE LOW TO
y the trade by S. E. GILBERT & CO.,
oc22 No. 4 Sycamore Street.
FRESH FIGS 500
just received by
lrums very choice quality
8. E. GILBERT ft CO.
CORN BRO(
for sale by
ORN BROOMS 150 dozen Just received and
S. X. GILBERT ft CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
QY
Y RUPS 125 whole and half barrels for sale
ow by S. E. GILBERT ft CO ,
No. 4 Sycamore Street .
EDITION.
HARDWARE.
geo. nonet,
Jobbers and Importers.
Hardware and Cutlery
Our Pall Stock being very
large and complete, we can
offer to our Customers and
the Trade, Goods that can
not fail t.T ill an so in Stylo, j
Quality and Price. Our
Stock is now bought for
Cash, and prices reduced.
We offer the following in
large quantites:
TABLE CUTLF.KY, English.
T-tBLE CUTLERY, American.
TABLE CUTLERY, English.
TABLE CUTLERY, American.
POCKKT CUTLERY
POCKET CCTLETY
POCKET CUTLERY.
POCKET CUTLERY.
CHOPPING AXE.
cnoipisa axes.
CHOPPING AXE.
CHOPPING AXES.
SHEARS AND SCISSORS
SHEARS AND SCISSORS
SHEARS AND SCISSORS
SHEARS AND SCISSORS
TABLE AXD TEA SPOONS.
TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
TABLE An TEA SPOONS.
MILL AND CUT SAWS
MILL AND H CUT SAWS
WOOD AND HAND 8AW8.
WOOD AND HAND SAWS
BUILDER'S HARDWARE.
MF.ritANICS TOOLS.
BUILt'EU'S HARDWARE
MUCH A A' MA Tool.
GUNS AND PISTOLS.
CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS.
GUNS ATI) PISTOLS.
CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS
PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES.
PLATFORM ASD COUNTER SCALES.
SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS.
SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS.
GEO. S. SOXNTAG & CO.,
No. 10 Main Street.
QUEENS WARE, &c.
China. Glass
AND
ens ware.
VTtw-
I have now on hand, and am
daily receiving additions thereto,
one of the
La; scst Stools.
O F
CHINA, GLASS
AND
QUEENS W ARE
Ever Drought to the West, and am
determined that no necessity shall
exist for Merchants to go East for
their Queensware.
Purchasers will find it to their
advantage to call and examine for
themselves, at
No. 18 Main Street.
Common
desired.
oc26
Ware furnished alone If
M. A. LAWRENCE.
STEAM BAKERY.
Bread for the Hiuigry!
NEW STEAM BAKERY,
Lrr. ll
WATER STREET,'
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
WE DESIRE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Evansville, and tbe community in gen- '
eral, that our
NEW STEAM BAKERY, t
NO. 11 WATER STREET,
Is now in successful operation, and 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 faciliate us in our business, we flatter ourselves
that we can give the most ample satisfaction in
the qnality of our goods and iu prices.
We will also keep on hand a large and choice
stock of Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, Ac , to
which we call attention.
Order for public or private Parties, Festivals,
Ball, Ac, Ac, promptly filled on reasonable-
term. sepl8tf
WELD ft CO.
DRY GOODS
KEEN & PRESTON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LABGE AND
general assortment of
Desirable Dry Goods,
Which they invite the "trade" to call and ex
amine prices and qualities; believing, knowing,
they can save dealers additional freight aud ex
penses in going further Eastward. JanlS
JOURNAL:
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
WATCHES
AND
JEWELRY,
AT
Wholesale and Retail.
GEO. A. BITTEOLFF
Ha just opened at the old stand
No. 48
TVTAIJT STR.BIHT
One of the largest and best selected stocks of
WATCHES, CLOCKS
Diamond Bings and Pins,
Silver Ware,
Silver Cuds, Soup Ladles,
"Table ana Tea Spoons,
Napkin Rings, Batter Emves,
Childrens' Setts, &c.. &c.
Plated Ware, Full Tea Sets,
Castors, Pitchers, Cups,
Butter Dishes, Salt-Cellars,
Goblets, Jewelry,
SpectacllS,"ortment ot aU of
Watch Materials,
Watch Glasses, &c, &c.
Having bought- my stock for Cash, I can sell at
the lowest figures for Cash. Call and examine my
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
GEO. A. BITTBOLFF.
sep5 No. 48 Main Street.
HARDWARE, &c.
WELLS, KELLOGG & CO.,
DEALERS IN
II A It D TV ARE
AND
CUTLERY
No. 13
FIRST STREET,
(SIGN BIO MILL SAW,)
Have received a complete
stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Hardware,
Purchased aud Imported direct from the
Manufacturers
Enabling. us to offer inducements to Pur
chasers rarely found in the West We
call the special attention of Dealers to
our large and well selected Stock, con
sisting in part of
Axes All the celebrated
brands,
Chains Log, Trace and
Halter,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Shovels and Spades,
Cotton and Wool Cards,
Wheel Heads,
Weaver's Reeds,
Spinning Wheels,
Locks, Latches, Butts and
Screws,
Gun Trimmings,
Brass Kettles,
Shot Guns,
Rifles and Revolvers,
Chain Pump Fixtures,
Hollow Ware,
Dug irons,
Gum Belting,
Japanned Ware,
Notions Large Stock.
WELLS, KELLOGG & CO.,
No. 13 First Street.
SOAP AND CANDLES,
Philip Teelser-,
(Successor to Decker ft Kramer),
Manufacturer of Lard Oil
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Also, an extra articls el
BURNING, ENGINE, AND CAB OIL
Dealers in Resin, Soda, Ashes, Ac. Also
Pure Catawba Win
Of our own raising, la quantities to rait pnr
116 JToia Street, between Fir mmd Second,
EVAXBVILLI, IlTDlANA.
' Term cash, or 60 days' paper negotiable la
ank.
jan2iMT
RAILROAD NOTICE.
Ohio fc Mississippi Railroad.
EVANSVILLE, Oct. 20th, 1863.
Until further notice, we will carry freight from ,
the Depot of the S. ft 0. B. R. between Evansville ;
and Cincinnati at the following rates per 100 lb. :
1st Class. 2d Class. 3d Class. 4th Class.
60c 60c 40c. 30c.
Flour at 60 cents per barrel.
For any turtber information call at the office of
the undersigned.
W. C. BAEHBING, Agent.
oc21-lat Office No. 5 Water Street
EvansTllle & CrawfordSYllle E. K. (Jo.
Freight Tariff between Evansville
and Cincinnati per 100 lb.
1st Class. 2d Class. 3d Class. 4th Class.
W 60 40 30
Flour bbl. 60 Cento.
Tims consumed in transportation between these
points is from fonr to five days.
oct A. E. SHRADEB, Freight Ag't.
ESTABLISHED, 1831
DENTIST.
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- HAAS,
V THANKFUL FOR THK
age received daring th past fonr
'.lennanent resident of this city,
' (whether they need his profes-
t)to visit his rooms and seethe
literal pali
years, and lieinn
desires all uersoi
tonal services or
Various Style at work Manufactured
Improvements and Invent-'ous
Are being made, aud everything that will snbrrvs
the interests of his patients is secured by him. H I
Establishment and Faciiltf s
Are equal to any in
KASTERN CITIES.
He has Several Anesthetics
roa
Alleviating Pain when Extracting
Teetu.
Clieeks thAt are Bunken can be restored to nearlv
I.Mir(iriffm.l...... .Tdt-bl ie OI
ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
made anywhere in the United States, are made by
fnffv eirrrViiiaritie8 of Children's Teeth success
fully eorrectOT. xuubo naiiug
DECAYED TEETH
Should either have them Extracted or Filled, (the
latter if possible.) The health of the parties and
the remaining Teeth demand it.
NXUBALGIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED.
ALSO CLEFT PALATE
Office on First St., Near Post Office.
NEW SALOON.
BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT,
On Third Street between Main
and Sycamore.
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
oct9-lm
CHANGE OP EXCHANGE
A NEW ARRANGEMENT.
SAM GRAMMES & HARRY J0H.5S0X
having purchased
Theodore's Exchange,
ABE FITTING IT UP IN EXCELLEN1
style for a first class
BILLIARD SALOOX and RESTAURANT.
They will keep at the bar the best brands o
Liquors and their larders will at all times be filled
with the richest dainties from the animal and
vegetable kingdoms, and the waters of tbe vasty
deep will be made to contribute of their richest
tores.
Especial attention will be given to the etitnae,
which will be under charge of the most competent
a tista.
Their Billiard Boom is large and their TABLES
FIRST CLASS.
The establishment will re-oneu on Tnedav neit.
A liberal share of public patreuage is respectful lv
mv3(Kl:tm
OYSTER DEPOT.
ONUMEN
T A L
CM
OYSTER
A G E IV J Y.
H. A. COOK
HAS BECKIVED THC SOLE AGENCY KiiR
tbe celebrated Monumental Oyster, and will
keep a conatant and regular supply of warranted
Oyster at all times. A trial is asked
H. A. COOK, Sole Agent.
MEDICIAL.
A Valuable Medicine
FOR EVERY FAMILY.
DBCGOISTS IN ALL
sections of tbe city
and country leep on
hand bay, sell aud re
commend as a tonic,
stimulant and appetizer,
Roback'a Stomach Bit
ters. APOTHECARIES IN
all sections of the city
and country keep in
stock, sell and dipeue
as a tonic Roback's
Stomach Bitter.
PHYSICIANS in all
section of the city and
conutry approve and re
commend as a tonic Bo
back's Stomach Bitters.
UBOCEBS in all sec
tion of the city and
country keep constantly
supplied srith and deal
hi Roback'a Stomach
Bitter.
HOTELS in all sec
tion of the city and
country are supplied
with and " cannot keep
a Hotel," without a
stock of Roback's Stomach Bitters.
HOSPITALS throughout the army of the North
have found an indispensable tonic, aud are usiug,
for the soldiers Roback's Stomach Bitters.
SUTLERS In every regiment ought to have
and many have introdnced, and highly recom
mend Roback's Stomach Bitters.
LADIES, old and yonng, for Billiotisness, Liver
Complaints, Languor, Weakness an.l general De
bility, are recommended to use Roback'a Stomach
Bitters.
EVEBYBODT who desire a good tonic for
giving tone to the spirits, a healthy appetite and
trength to tbe system generally, should not fail
to ony a bottle of Roback'a Stomach Bitter.
DR. C. W. ROBACK,
Office and Manufactory No. 66, 58, 0 and 62
Eat Third Street.
aWFor sale by all Druggist everywhere.
aug25
COLLECTOR'S SALE.
Collector's Sale of Real Estate for the payment
of the costs and expenses of Sidewalk Improve
ments. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BY
virtue of a pn-cept tau-d by the Mayor ol me
Pitv of Fvanaville and tome directed, I will sell
at public auction, at the door of the Court Hone
in said City, Friday, November 27, at 10 o'clock
a. m., tbe following Lots or parcel of Real Estate,
or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the
amount charged and assessed against said Lots re
spectively for the costs and expenses of making
sidewalk improvements upon said Lots, together
with the coats of sale, and that tbe said sale will be
continued on the next day thereafter, viz: Satur
day, the 28th of November, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
the same place for th purpose of selli ng inch prop
erty as may have been sold on the day above men
oned and not paid for :
UPPER ENLARGEMENT.
North-east three fourths of Lot No. 19, Juhu
T. McCain, owner, 12 00.
LA MASCO.
Lot 4, Block 130, H. 0- Wheeler, owner, $7 50.
F0UBTH ENLABGEMEXT.
Lot 21, block 10, G. Copelnnd, owner, J7 50.
Lot 22, Block 10, G. Cope land, owner, 87 5ft.
STOCKWEI.L'S ENLARGEMENT.
Fractional lot 3, Block 1, A. B. Carpenter,
owner, S5 67.
W. G. BOEPPLE. Collector.
Xvamsville, Nov. 11, 1SH3.
VARIETY STORE.
PTJSHEE'S VAEIETY STORE,
No. 20 Main Street,
I
S THE PLACE TO FIND FAXCY GOODS,
Comb, Brusi e. Pocket Wallet. Tard Cwi,
Tablets, Scissor , Kuivee, Watch Key, Guard
Chain, Thimbles, Needle, Pin, Tape Measures,
Bead, Belt Clasp. Goggles, Spectacles. Ther
mometer, French Harp, Pop Guus, Ivory Rat
tles, Marbles, Cbee"nea, Dull, Corse! Clasps,
Steal Pens, Pencil, Game, Bubber Rail, Toilet
Soap, Jewelry, Violin String, Work Boxes,
Writing Desks, Feather Dusters, Bird Cages,
Childrens' Carriage. Ladle' Fancy Work and
Traveling Baskets, ftc , ftc, at wholaaale aud re
tail. ep21
ADVERTISING BATES tf DAILY
- - ' -
Business cards (S lines or Us), one year $12
." " ,ix "sooih.:. T oi
One square (10 lines or leu) one insertion 75
" three ' ... 1 25
one weet 1 75
one month....... 6 50
IN WEEKLY.
One square, one insertion j oq
For each subsequent insertion go
Special Notices retained on inside of paper, will
J be charged 20 per cent, additional on above rates.
SADDLERY.
Charles Babcock,
IMPORTER AND DZALXR IN
Poach and Saddlery Hardware,
MAIN STBEET,
EVANSYILLB, INDIANA.
HAVING COMPLETED MT ARRANGE
nients with Euro Dean and American manu
facturers for a direct supply of all goods in my line
I am enabled to offer inducement that can not fail
to be to tbe interest of all engaged in the business
to give me a trial.
I natr in part:
Axles,
Springs made
oft ao best Steel'
Bands, enameled a
all kinds of Leatho
Cloths, Linings for Carriages ,
Varnishes, Castings of all kinds ;
Saddle Trees, English Bridle Leathers ;
Bits, Stirrups, Spurs, Dames, fine Silver
Hamos of all kinds ; Jenny Lind Gig Trees ;
Self-adjusting Pads ; Taylor's Patent Hamee ; Fly
Nets ; Shoe Threads ; Horse Blankets ; London
Girth Webs, Americaa Girth and Rein
Webs, both cotton and worsted ; Lon
don Welt Skins, a superior article ;
Ivory ; Gut ta Percha and Brass
lined Martengal Rings;
superior Kerseys for
Horse Covers , the
best qnality ef
Carriage
Bolts;
. Patent Gig Trees, Ac., Ac., sc.. Aa.
nctVAi&mmmmi
ranches thoroughly, we would respectfully invite
,-cur attention before purchasing elsewhere.
I am also Agent for Ward's Patent Spring 8a
aaaidAw
REMOVAL.
THV. UNDERSIGNED FIRM HAVE RE
moved their Saddlery establishment to the
Corner of Main and Second Street, In the room oc
cepied by Fred. Krone, deceased.
C. W0LIT & J. mdlPSCH,
AxrrAcTrKXRs or and dialxxs tr
Saddles, Harness,
MainSeP-
(Store formerly ocenppied by Fred. Krone.)
as.AU orders attended to with dispatch. Work
warranted. . novlS-ly
w. r. coewis.
J. B. HACKEE
THE NEW FIRM.
IXTE, THE SUBSCRIBEBS, WHOLESALE
Vr manufacturer of Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
Harness, Ac, desire to inform the public that we
have largely increased our stock on band, and by
close application ourselves and the employment
of good workman in our shops, we are able to fur
nish on short notice any and all kinds and quanti
ties of work to suit the trade. Those who will
favor ns with a call, can satisfy themselves, that
they can procure, at lower prices, good inbstan
tial, fancy and durable work of ns than they can
anywhere else, (and far better than '.he Eastern
shop-work.)
The member of the firm being practical work
men themselves, attending personally to all
order with promptness, care and dispatch, deter
mined that uoue sliall excel in style of finish or
quality of work, give better aatisfiiction to those
patronizing us ; 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
House, between First and Second Streets, No. 25.
N. B. Guarantee all Ire sell.
sep2 W. F. CORWTN ft CO.
PICTURE GALLERY.
VOLUNTEERING !
$302 BOUNTY
For New Recruits!
$402 B0UNT
Y
For Veteran Volunteers !
MEN OF THE FIRST DISTRICT OF INDI
ANA, tbe Governor has called for seven
or more Companiia of Infantry and five Com
panies of Cavalry from this Dittriet Shall he
have tbem ? I call upon you to give the answer.
My answer is, ' HE SHALL." Wi 11 yon endorse
it? I think yon will. Tour conutry needs your
service in file army, and oflrrs you inducement
wlilrh will enable von to leave vour families
amply provided far.
Any one wisnmi: to recruit for the Rec ment
by raising Companies, or parte of Companies, will
receive commissions for that purpose by applying
to me in wruin?. arrompautxl ly proper recom
mendations,, directed to Mt. Vernon, Posey coun
ty, Indisna, until the organization of tbe en
campment. JOHN A. MANN,
Commandant 1st District.
Other papers iu the District please copy.
oct2tf
DRUGS.
A Li
LARGE AND WFT.T. I I lias
-A. ..i rare and fresh DruKW
.r.l P.l.r.1 Wiinu T...
SCHLAEPyv
jood
wA5
SULPHITE OF LIME FOn
mentation or Cider and r'
aud for sale at 'jnn
SCHLAEPf nH
ASH AND LIME JUST RECEIVED
SCLAEPFEB'9 Drug Store.
CODA
at
MBS. ALLES'S HAIB BESTOBATTVB AN 0
ZyrobaUim Juat received and for sale at
Sl BLASITlli a irug oiore.
LARGE ASSOBTMENT OF
TOOTn ANt
-TV.
Hair Brushes just received at
SI II LA EPF EES Drag Store.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF BARRELL ft
Bull's Worm Confections ; also Gary's ft
Brown's Troches; just received and for sale at
SCHLAKPFKR'S Drug Store.
AKTIC LOTIAN, FOR FROST BITTEN
Limbs, for sale at
S '11 LA TITER'S Drugstore
yACCINE VIRUS FOR SALE AT '
SCH I. A EPF EE'S Drug Store.
LIVERY STABLE.
AMERICAN STABLE,
On Third bet. Main and Locust Sts,
'HIS LIVERY ESTABLISHMENT, WHICH
1 ui w,-il known throughout tbe country, pos
Stel V advantages superior to any similar
i-stabluhmnnt iu the City, having arrangements
fur tbe servption of private horses at livery of the
most elegant aud complete description, and at the
lowest rate.
Carriages for visiting to 1st. Coaches, light
wagou, and every kind of road vehicle to let.
Horses sold ou comminalon Second hand Baggy'
for sale at t he very lowest prices. Passengers for
warded to all parts of the country by special con
1 vevano R1CHABDSON, BRITT0N ft OO.
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