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EVANSVILLE DA
ADVERTISING RATES 15 DAILY
Business cards (5 lines or hns), one year. ....112
" ' " six moatha 7 OS
" three " . 4 60
One square (10 lines or less) one insertion 7S
" " thrs " .1 1 85
" " one weekl... i 75
"" r 1 ooa month....... 5 60
In weexlt.
One square, one Insertion 1 on
For each subsequent inse rtion SO
Special Notices retained on inside of paper, will
be charged 2u per cent, additional on above rates.
FOB DAILT.
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JOURNAL
ne year....... 00
ix months . - 8 00
Three months 1 50
supplied by carriers at 12 cents per week.
FOB WEEKLY.
nre months ...... .. ' 6
x moaOis..... . .. 85
ne Tear'...' ? 1 50
EOS TBI - WEEKLY. $
Six montbi .... 2 00
One year . 4 00
MEDICAL.
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Omoi axd Residence Mo. 35 Walhttt Stbxst
(At Sr. Ronald's Old Stand.)
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
I n 0X29-i y
I M! ORNING- EDITION.
VOLUME XVI.
EVAIVSV1LLE, IND., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1863.
ESTABLISHED, 1831
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JAMES II.
a. r. cars.
F. T. H''DCK
PUBLISHED BY
McNBELY.
F. M. IHAYF.I1.
JNO. H. McNEKLY.
iTRDia tsx nxa ortn.
I VORYTYPES,
PHOTO GR APS
m
i Oard. Pictures.
ALSO,
WEDDING CARDS,
Mounted la Beautiful Style,
A T
Adam's Photographic Gallery,
ii V KB POST-OFSsICl.
TV. CARR,
Rcctiffars and Wholesale Dealers in every des
cription of
Foreign and
Domestic
Liquors,
Wines and
1
LAW CARDS.
war. hTwalker, jr.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
EVANSVILLE, IND.,
Office on Third Street,
ocfES-Tjr Opposite Court House.
CHARLES DENbY,
Attorney at Law,
Has resumed the practice ef Law. Office on Third
Street, middle of Uall's Block, npataira. feb2
JAMES RE I DV
Attorney at Law
AND
COLLECTING AGENT.
. TF-OS On Third Street, third door from
Hutu sWeet. tn the Crescent City Hank Buildinc,
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, &c,
BEO LEAVE TO CALL THE ATTENTION
of the trade of the City of Evansville, South
ern Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky to om exten
sive stuck. It being large and complete, wo can
offer to onr cnatomers and the trade, goods that
cannot (ail to please both in quality and price.
Onr stock baring boon bought for cash, before
the recent advance. willeuable tut to compete with
any house in the. West tn prices, Ac.
Wear- detiruilned that no neceailty shall exist
for dealers to go either to Cincinnati, Louisvlllo,
or St. Louis, to buy their Liquors.
We ask of you a fair trial. We are certain we
ran give sal i fiction when von visit our cirr. We
r would be pleased to see yon at
No. 28, FIRST STREET,
Next door tf. Ilollingsworth A Bro.'s Queensware
6tore, and show yon onr stock, consisting in part
of Foreign and Domestic
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Bums, &c.
Of Whiskies,
Best Bourbon, Bye, Monongahela,
Bobinson County, BamelTlrisb,
Scotch, d- many other brands.
Of Common Whiskies we have Aurora, Old Vir
ginia, Mountain Dew, Ornnge Valley, and " Bully
for Yen." Of Bitters we have Plantation, " Ba
va inn Stowton," Cocktail, tc. Punch, Essence,
Absinthe, Schnapps, Smoking and Chewing To
bacco, Cigars, and A. 8. Bonn's Snuff.
Remember the place, No. 23 First Street, four
doors below Sycamore Street.
novll N. E. CARR A CO.
Curb fob Nails (trowing into tub
Flesh. An eminent French physician
has published an account of the efficiency
of the sesquichloride of fron for curing
the growth of toe nails growing into the J
flesh, and as it is of importance to both
Evansville Journal Company, i the soldier nd citizen, we give the
result of an experiment by an army sur-
Journal Buildings geon. riesays:
.LUG U ST STREET, I may here remark that ulcer3 about
between fibbt and water, the nails are occasionally observed among I
! niir Bnleiiafa k.vinir ocnarmA 4fA ... 1
won 01 tne medical boards, or bemr
STOVES, &c.
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...DECEMBERS
Battle of Chattanooga Losses in In
diana Regiment-.
EtANSVILLE, INDIANA.
feb26-ly
Jas. T. Walker,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
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Agent for obtaining Pensions,
Back Pay and Bounty
F0K DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND FOB
the Widows seal other legal representatives of
those who die in the service of the United States.
Office on the North-West side of Third Street,
near the Washington House and nearly opposite
the Court Home, Evansville, Indiana.
All business entrusted to him will be promptly
attended to. Jyl-ly
HARDWARE.
HABDWABE AT LOW
Meat Cutters and Sausage Stsf-
Patent Meat Cutters and Stuf
f T(, (combined) ;
Axes, Lipplncott'a,
and Taucyck's ;
White's
Axe Handles and Wedges ;
Wood. Hand and Ripping Saws
of Spear and Jackson, Dies
ton'aand others ;
LS? --s. common
Kill Saws', Rowland's, Be. ;
Butcher's
Razors ;
Vites, Chisels and
PRICES.
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Tabid and Pocket Cutlery ;
Shears and Scissors;
Tea and Table Spoons ;
Tea and Counter Scales;
Scale Beams ;
Butcher Knives and Saws;
Wilson's Steals ;
Cleavers and Choppers;
Molasses Gates and. Cedar fau
cets, Hay and Straw Knives;
Grain and Coal Shovels ;
Shovels and Spades,;
Chains Log, Trace and Halter ;
Nails;
9 S.
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INSOLUBLE CEMENT.
Great
Discovcar.
Applicable to
the neeful arts.
A new thing,
Its
ComMna
tion.
Boot A Shoe
Manufacturers
Jewelers.
..aW? us '
It is a Liquid
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ReDaeniber.
Brn.
geives and Rat Traps J
hes and Curry Corns ;
Door Looks, Hinges and Screws
Chain Pomps ;
Ohio Tool Co.
Trust Hoop ;
aud
a Cooper TjoIs ;
Cabinet Hardware ;
Shovels, Tongs and SUnds ;
Steal Fir Setts.
For sale by
JACOB 8TRACB A SON
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Finis.
USE PC h and VALUABLE
DISCOVERT I
HILTON'S
IWSOITJBLE CEMEHT!
Is of more general practical utility
than any invention now before the
pnblic. It has been thoroughly
tested during the last two years by
practical men, and pronounced to
be
SUPERIOR TO ANY
Adhesive Preparation known.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Is a new thine, nl the result of
rears or study, its combination
is on
Scientific Principles,
And under no circumstances or
change of temperature, will it be
come corrupt or oaiit any offeusive
nmell.
HOOT A SHOE
Manufacturers, using Machines,
will find it tho best article known
for Cementing the Channels, as il
works without delav. Is not allect.
ed by any change of temperature.
JEWELERS
Will find it sufficiently adhesive for
their ma, as has been proved.
It is especially adapted to
mat it stlriJS I'aBflies ami Liininis
to Boot and Shoes so 'ieiently
strong without stitching.
IT IS THE ONLY
LIQUID CEMENT
Bxtant, that is a snrs thing for
mnnairg
PIHS1TPRE,
CROCKERY,
TOYS,
BONE,
IVORY,
And articles ef housobold nss.
REMEMBER
Hilton's Insoluble Cemen
Is iii ft liquid form and as easily
applicu as paste.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Is insoluble in water or oil.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Adheres oily substances.
Supplied In Family or Mannfactnr
ra' Packages fiom 'i ounces
te 100 Bm.
IIILT0X, BROS. 4 CO.,
Proprietors,
PROVIDENCE, R. I
Headquarters 15m Indiana, 1
Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 28, 1863. j
Capt A C. Quincy, A. A. G., 2d Bri
gade, 2d Division :
Sir: I respectfully submit the follow
ing report of the part taken by this regi
ment which I had the honor to command,
in the engagement near Chattanooga on
the 25th of November, 1863:
Our position in the morning was on
the second line of battle of the brigade,
and on a ridge in the rear of the rifle
pits, built by the brigade on the day pre
vious. At about two o'clock, P. M., the front
line of battle having moved forward, we
also moved forward and occupied the
rifle pits.
At 2:30 we moved across the rifle-pits
and towards the enemy, under a sharp
fire from the enemy's batteries, which,
however did us very little damage. We
laid down on a jne with the rifle-pits of
Gen. Wood's division, awaiting orders.
At 3:30 orders came, and we moved for
ward in line, supporting the first line,
until we were within about two hundred
yards of the enemy's 6rst line of rifle
pits. Here we were halted about half
an hour, and then moved forward at
double-quick to the rifle-pits, and lay
down on the exterior slope of the em
bankment about fifteen minutes. We
then moved forward with a cheer, pass
ing the first line of battle of the brigade,
up Mission Ridge, under a terrible fire
from the enemy in their rifle-pits, and
from their batteries near Bragg's head
quarters, on our right front, and from
a position opposite the left flank.
The men behaved with great coolness
and intrepidity, moving forward and de
livering a rapid and effective fire until
near the top of the ridge, when we made
a charge, and after a short but stubborn
resistance on the part of the enemy, we
drove them from their bresstworks and
over the brow of the hill in great confu
sion, capturing prisoners representing
?ix regiments. After we had driven the
enemy over the hill, we followed them
up, delivering an effective fire into their
retreating ranks. About half way down
the hill we were halted and ordered by
Gen. Wagner to move towards a hill on
the left front, which we did, taking three
pieces of artillery in one place, and, in
connection with the 26th Ohio, taking
ten pieces in another place, driving the
enemy from them.
The enemyjieing still in force in mir
not think it necessary to leave a guard
with the guns.
Our colors were the first of the brig
ade planted on the breastworks of the
enemy.
The officers and men of the regiment
behaved with such gallantry and cool
ness throughout the entire engagement,
that it is hard to discriminate, but the
caused by the pressure of the boot during
forced marches. Under these circum
stances a prompt and painless cure may
be effected by inserting the dry sesqui
chloride between the nail and the protrud
ing flesh, and powdering the latter with the
same substance. A large bandage should
be applied overall, not impregnated with
the liquid sesquichloride of iron ; a pre
caution which may, however, be useful
as the folds of the bands dry rapidly, and
preserve their situation in a more exact
manner. On the following day the ex
uberant flesh is found to nave acquired
the hardness of wood; suppuration speed
ily ceases and a cure follows after two or
three applications. This simple and mild
treatment is obviously far preffera'jle to
the numerous surgical proceedures hith
erto recommended. In the course of
four or five days, or in a week at the
farthest, the original pain ceases, the
swelling subsides, and the patient is able
to walk. Naught remains but the hard
ened flesh, which falla away about a
month after the application of the ses
quichloride of iron.
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DRUGGISTS.
STEAM BAKERY.
bboughton a wooDS. Bread for the Hungry !
CRESCENT CITY
DRUG
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MARBLE WORKS.
JT list Reoeivod,
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,
WARE AMD SALES ROOM
No. 134
MAIN STREET,
Near the Canal.
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XOHUHEKTS,
GRAVKSTOXHS,
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TOMBS,
MANTLES,
h wTt t iB ' r rs nBlransssBd' in
rr tr T IT n T? KT RBTUVMAI
(Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in
LMERICAX AXB ITA1IAX MARBLE.
main Street Hear Court House.
STAHSTILLB, - - - IKDIANA
Menuinenti, M
inda of furniture W
cuted tn the lat
ties. Tombs, Taaes, and all
tneatlv and promptly ex-
t an I "St styles. deel
WATCHES & JKWELRY.
J. L. BITTROLFF, JR.,
No. 1, North First Street.
It' 'V ' P T "A T LyTTTT'1. rr'"i !
U A X An entirvly new Stock of
Watches and Jewelry,
SILVEEWARE, CLOCKS, &c.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INF0RJ1 THE
public that I have opened an entirely new and
fashionable stock of the above goods, which, hav
ing been bought for cash, I am prepared to sell 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 confluent of giving
satisfaction, and hope to merit a share of the pub
lic patronage.
Personal attention paid to repairing Watvhes,
Clocks and Jewelry. .
J. L. BITTROLFF, Jr.,
oc.tl7-lmdAw He. 1. North First Street.
CLOTHING.
REMOVAL.
GOLDMAN, BERG & CO,
iesctic V1V UUv. m
lil. "TV'i!f' ' , 1 , "4 . .
Bare removed to the corner of
mm m k co.,
Jo. 63
MAIN STREET.
Have now in store the larg
est stock of Goods of any
House in the United States,
and of the best makes to be
found. Their stock was pur
chased before the recent ad
vance, at 10 per cent lees
than they can now be bought,
and we wilhiell them for
less than any House in the
West will sell the same
character of goods. We sell
BOOTS & SHOES,
not " scabs." Call and ex
amine our goods.
MORGAN, HEAP ft CO.
P. S. No charge for Boxes.
Drugs, Chemicals,
Faints, 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.
NEW STEAM BAKERY,
No. 11
WATER STREET,
KV-AN8VILLE, 1XDIAHA.
DKSIRK TO INFORM TIlR CITIZENS
W of Evansville, and the onmstaaity in gen
eral, that enr .tiw
NEW STEAM BAKERY,
HO. 11 "WATER, STREET,
Is now in successful ope ration, and wr shall keep
constantly on hand and make to order, on short
notice, all articles mad- at like manufactories ;
sura as Bread, Cakos, Pios, Stackers, Ac., Ac.
Beinc supplied with all the modern machinery
to facHiate ue In Our business, we Setter ourselves
tliat we ran tire the most ample satisfaction in
ih quality of our zoods and in nrirea.
w . aisoirep ou na.d a (aree and -rhoi cs
atock f Oonfertioos, Frnttv, Nuts, Cigars, 4ec to
which we call attention.
order- for public or private Parti mi,
nais, c , c., promptly filled on
. sefisti x.
Fentivals,
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WKLD A 90.
Hats & Caps
FIRST & SYCAMORE STREETS,
WATCHES
AID
JEWELRY,
AT
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MEDICIAL.
SASH AND DOORS
JAMES STEELE,
(Successor to itrssu A Hrsssi.)
SECOND BT-, BET. CHESTNUT ANDCHIRBT,
ETAN8TILLB, JSDIAS.
SASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS
Dressed Lumber
Beards, laths, Ac., of erery description consxannj
1 a pHnt rihi of all kinds made to or-'
erder. Sawing of every kind done on the shortest
.inc. m
W. HUNNELL,
CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CAHAt,
E V AH S V ILL E, IND,,;
Has on hand the largest lot of
Sashes, Boors, Blinds, frames, Ac.,
Ever Manufactured in the West.
THEY ARE OF MY OWN MAKE
1 have also a fins lot of White Pine and Popular
Flooring. Monldiug of all kinds madeandsawing
of all descriptions done at the shortest notice.
A Valuable Medicine
FOR EVERY FAMILY.
DRUGGISTS IN ALL
sections of the city
and conulry eep on
hand buy, sell aud re
commend as a tonic,
stimulant and appetiser,
Roback's Stomach Bit
ters. APOTHECARIES IN
all sections of the city
and country keep in
stock, sell and dispense
ss a tonic Roback's
Stomach Bitters.
PHYSICIANS in all
section of the city and
country approve and re-
euiamend aa a tonic Ro
back's Stomach Bitters.
UROCERS in all sec
tions of the city and
country keep constantly
tiipplkd with and deal
in Roback's Stomach
Bitters.
HOTELS in all sec
tions of tho citT and
country are supplied
with and "oaBnot keep
a UotM,1' without a
stock of Rotack'a Momacu nnitm. .
HOSPITAL? throughout luearmy 01 ine norm
have tmind an indispensable tonic, and are using,
for tho soldiers Roback's Stomach Bitters. -
SUTLERS in every regiment ought to have
and many have' Introduced, and highly recom
mend Roback's Stomach Bitters,
i LADIES, old and young, for Billiousness, Liver
i Complaints, Languor. Weakness and general De
bility, are recommended to uso Roback titomach
; Bitters. . , .
niKVHini who desires a eoou ion
tS
sfS iffJtiL
n BESaMBBBsn
sVnOliAl
conduct ot Color bergeam ueo. l,. duks, , . T
who carried the colors until shot turice, i WAlUMJlia S J . W JLLit X .
and of Second Lieutenant T. N.Graham,
Comparry G.who then took them, carried
them forward, and planted them on the
enemy's breastworks, deserves especial
commendation.
I have to tender thanks to Captain B.
F Heeler. Comtmnv A, for the valuable
assistance he rendered me in command
ing the regiment.
We captured the battle-flag of the 13th
Louisiana Regiment, but the men had
torn it in pieces for trophies before 1
could take it from them.
I have to report that our loss ha3
been very heavy in killed and wonnded,
as the following list shows.
After night, being wounded,TI turned
over the command of the regiment to
Capt. B. F. Hegler, bv order of General
Wagner, and returned to camp.
I am, Captain,
Verv respectfully,
Vonr obd't sen-ant
Frank White,
Major 15th Indiana Vols.
NUMBER KILLED AND WOUNDED OF THE
15TH INDIANA.
(Opposite the Grocery Store of Bement A Vlele,)
where they offer to their friends ami the
trade generally a very large stock of
Wholesale and Retail.
GEO. A. BITTROLFF
Hat Just opened at the old stand
IVo. 48
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EXCLUSIVELY,
Nnmber of commissioned officers taken Into
action - -
Nnmber of enlisted men taken into action 319
Total taken into (O ion
Com missioned officers killed
Enlisted men
Total killed
Commissioned officers wonnded .
Enlisted men
Missing
334
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Everv article of which being manufactured by
themselves at 306 Market Street, PhiLulelphia,
buyers will have
$50,000 WORTH
Of the most fashionable stylet of
HATS and CAPS
Now in alwno that
nih assf Missss m w -X mAi
than they can now he pur
chased of the manufacturers.
We are determined to make
Evansville a jobbing point,
and to aid in doing so will
sell goods for less than any
House up the river. We said
it and so it shall be. No
trouble to show goods.
"Quick sales and small
profits " is our motto.
MORGAN, READ ft CO.
it
Only One Profit to Pay.
SotsJ less.
,..197
One Years' Work.
Since this glorious year opened, the
Union armies have cleared the Missis
sippi of rebels, taking 26,000 prisoners
of Virlf ahiirc and 5,000 at Port Hudson.
They have "captured more than three . '
One of the largest and best selected stocks of
WATCHES, CLOCKS
in
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Diamond Rings and Fins,
Silver Ware,
Silver Cnps, Soup Ladles,
Table and Tea Spoons,
Napkin Rings, Butter Knives,
Childrens' Setts, ftc. &c.
Plated Ware, Full Tea Sets,
Castors, Pitchers, Cups,
Butter Dishes, Salt-Cellars,
Goblets, Jewelry,
A full assortment ot all kinds 01
Spectacles,
Watch Materials,
Watch Glasses, ftc, ftc
Hsving bought my stock for Cash, I can sell at I
can auu cAaiuuio uijf
Also a full line of
FAMILY 1 STOBB
WM. E. HALLOCK,
Druggist and Apothecary,
RO. 10, FIRST STREET, NEAR POST OFFICE,
Has just received another large and splendid as
sortment of
Pure Drugs, Medicines.
Chemicals, Fancy Articles,
Perfumeries, Pomades,
Brushes, Combs,
Toilet Articles, paps,
Flavoring Extrusts, ftc, ftc
Brandies and Wines, for Medical
Purposes.
A41 the Approved Patent Medicines kept eon
tantly on hand and for sale at North American
rices.
3Portien!ar attention paid to the compounding
Sf prescriptions at all hours.
WM. S. HALLOCK,
Wo. lOSeuth First Street, near Post Office,
9t EvanHville. Ind.
Insurance agency.
DRY GOODS
THE NEW
SILK
MY EONS HOME
INTENSE
E X CITEMENT
A T
Nos. 14 fc 16
Firt Street.
INSURANCE AGNCY
J. W. NEXSEN,
eurance Asrent.
Adiusterof Fir T.nnBa a '
Notary Public.
All business connected
with Insurance attended to
with promptness and fidelity.
roiices lBBueu m bevwai ui
the oldest and most reliable
Companies in the Union.
FIRE, LIFE and MARINE.
AM M U8 gWIftH
WITHOUT DELAY,
TO
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inem opesinu: .
ssortiUMit uf
Ever offered in this market In
Rich Silk and Dress Goods.
They have no Competitors tbts side
ofXftv York City.
Ladies' Hats!
OlotHing,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
We
Sell at Kastem Prices with
Transportation added.
MORGAN, READ & CO.,
Combined Cash Capital Ren.
resented over
$5,000,000 00
PREPARE IN TIME
AGAINST THE
THE FIRES OF FALL!!
BY
Prime A No. 1 Insurance
ia "he
Phoenix Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD. CONN.
The Fruits of the PhBnix
Are manifest in the following statement of
Facts cto Figures
Showing the amount equalized to public benefit In
the shape of losses paid in the West and South,
during the past four years ; a line of valuable ser
vice, honorable as well as commendable, and wbtcfc
should suggest
Embreidered Edging and Insert
ing, Real Laces, Dress Trimmings,
Ladies' Cloth and Beaver Cloaks,
Point Lace Collars and gets, etc., AVe.
DRUGS.
JTJST RECEIVED
CRNETT'S FLORIMEL
sjbr MrSSt A fS' 4t' e SCm
SCHLAXFFER'S Drug Store.
hundred cannon from the rebels, and
i not lost to them balf that nnmber.
! They BaVC beatrm them in tb East on
j the desperate field of Gettysburg, in the
! West in a half dozen serious fights, in
( cludino- the late brilliant triumph on
Lookout Mountain and Missionary
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
GEO. A. BITTROLFF,
tpS Wo. 43 Main Street
IKLLIR'S COUCH SYRUP JCST RECEIVED
; at SCHIAEPTEsVSsrut;Store.
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LIVERY STABLE.
AMERICAN STABLE,
On Third bet. Main and Locust Sts,
-.A vle Rracro-'fi armv like sheeD. : IT'HIS LIVKRT ISIABLISHMMT.
V'l 5 cr r A
eiv'inc tone to the spirits, a healthy appetite and
strength to the svstem generally, should not fail
to uuv a bottle of Roback's Stomach Bitters,
to uuj ROBACK.
Proprietor, Cincinnati.
Office and Manufactory Nos. 56, 58, 60 and 62
last Third Stret t.
WFor sale by all Druggists everywhere.
ang25
NOTICE TO FARMERS. !
SHIRT MANUFACTORY.
J. SMITH'S
SHIRT MANUFACTORY,
No. 8 Second St,
(l brat's blocs.)
rjlHE HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
1 HIDES, FURS,
FEATHERS, WOOL,
BEANS, DRIED FRUIT,
CLOVER SEED, FLAX SEED,
GRASS SEED, BEESWAX,
GINSING,
which
.. . - .V ..il.n t ,H. WlMItr TOI-
. . -. wail Known iuii"u.v.. " 1 " " . ' ,
and caDturm? more than nttr ot its .. si.ki. ndvaatani superior to any similar
ffuns. We have recovered nearly all of j esUblishment in the CUy, having arrangemeiits
Tennessee, two-thirds of Arkansas,
lowest rates. . J .
Carriages for vliiting to let. Coaches, light
wagona, and every kind of road vehicle to let.
Horses sold on commission. Second band Buggy's
for sale at the very lowest prices. Passengers for
warded to all parts ef the country by special con
vince RICHARDSON, BRITTON A 00.
apis
"BOOTS & SHOES.
And all kinds of Country Produce by
A. GUMBERTS.
QHIRTS MADE
t grant and
TO ORDER FROM MEAS- ,
. a.' -.rr.ntwl. A Stock O '
U urmeui sua " . . , . , f
ready-made Shirts and Collars always on hau,aud ,
at prices that will suit the purchaser. Tueamg
ueoTu. etiching Bosoms, Ac., dene with neatness
i Orrict At L. Loewenthal A Co.'s Store, corner
I of Main and Firet 8trets. nov5-3m
Thankful fox oast favors, the subscriber respect
fnllv salislU m mntnuin nf the natrohage SO
liberally bestowed for the past five years,
oetti J. SMITH.
part of Mississippi and Louisiana, and
the DOUln-wesiern quarter o: teias.
Last New Year's, we were mourning
ur late bloody repulse at Fredericks
burg ; now we are on every side trium
phant and aavanctng.
And the political progress has kept I
oven steo with the the military. .Last
year, we were smarting under our recent -y"-f - -T ."TTtlw cy OO
ana Signal ueieais m iicw i-, ;
syltania, (where we lost a United States ;
Senator for six years) our lost Congress- j
;n Delaware. Ohio C14 out of 19H
i Congressmen against us,) Indiana, Uli- ,
i nois, and about a drawn battle in Wis
1 consin. We could not elect United j
I States Senators in Missouri, and it look- ;
i o,l as if the CoDDerheads would set j
1 them. Now we have carried every one of
j the above States by handsome majorities, j
, besides Maine, Massachusetts, New
i Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut,
I Vermont, Michigan, Iowa, West Vir- ,
ainia, Maryland, have a Union Con- i
v' V ' - ' . .
trom jjeiawarc in place ot
OTRICKLAND'S COUGH SYRUP and PILLS
O lust received and tor sate at
SCLAEPFER S Drug Store.
A X0TI1F.R SBPPLY OF FRENCH DROPS
x- received at
SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SPONGES just
JTa. received at .
SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store.
Street,
Have in store a splendid as
sortment of Ladies and
Misses' TrimmedHats of the
latest and most approved
styles, viz :
Ladies' and Misses' Felt Trimmed
Guerrabella ;
Ladies' and Misses' Felt Trimmed
Coquette ;
Ladles" and MiBS-a' FoU Trio. mad
Eugenia;
Ladies' and Missea' Leghorn Trimmed
Bugenia;
Ladies' and Misses' Leghorn Trimmed
Coquette ;
Ladies' and Misses' Leghorn Trimmed
Guerrabella;
OlifiTKllei-'H I31oeli,
No's. 14 & 16 First Street,
(Tieo doors West of Post Office,)
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
mylg J. T dfe 8. A. COOLIDGK.
CLOTHING.
The Best is always tho Cheapest.
Especially is this true ef
x jr
or
o every man who desires to bestow his laturane
patronage upon a
WELL TttlED CORPORATION.
AKD
Gents' Furnisliing
Gpods.
Test it by caliing on
, blmnBHnwnwEnl
J. H,
0 I
27,1.22.91
... tiu,17t-66
. 32,07.1.08
... m,iiqu.ix
18234
... 8,ca.io
1,17.0
. S.7G5.00
ana as 0
S4.064.36 KISTllnl aaMjj
' s AAt on
43,064.9" iMaiKJin ZZiZZii
3l.KR.SS miaoiewlirt an.Bt)
n&Z 83 MISSOURI "wHL2
i9.43: ARKANSAS
S.8C1.98 .. TBA.AS
666.56 .ALABAMA
f40,277.46 OHIO
27,22.94 INDIANA
69,174.66 ILLINOIS
32,670,08 MICHIGAN
S1A20.13 WISCONSIN
19,323.34 . IOWA........
8,053.10 MINNESOTA
1,167.00 NEBRASKA
9,766.00 a Wf""
CAHLIN,
i nfjy.i 1MB i i'im
No. 8
FIRST STREET,
(NEAR POST-OFFXCBi) '
EVANSVILLE, IND.
656
In ike equitable ndjme t, an prompt wa
nan ta ieeset, te rn ui.ua iramjn-,
Retail Dealers and Manufactures of
BOOTS & SHOES,
No. 38 Main Street,
EVANSVILLE, INDIAN-A.
OAUFORD'S LIVER INVIOORATOR
O received at
JUST
Besides numerous
other
L
SCHLAEPFER'S Drugstore.
brought to this city. Just received at
SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store.
A LARGE STOCK OF THE GENUINE
Gargling Oil for sale at
8CHLAEPFER'S Drug Store.
XT HAVE NOW
VV and we
VARIETY STORE.
"PUSHES' S VABIETY STORE,
WTs Oft -fain HtTOPt
TS THE place to find .HHT CTOw, ft m ch0sen against ns last year (since,
1 pmha. Bms i Pocket Wallets, Card Camse, " , . s, . . . V ,
ON HAND A LARGE
ell selected stock of Eastern and home
made Gsods, consisting of all descriptions of
Ladies', Misses', Hen's and Boys'
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers,
Which we offer fer sale as low as any house in
the city. All our work is warranted.
safM
HOTEL.
MILLER A CO.
DRY GOODS
Tablets, ecissora,: Knives, Watch Keys
NOTICE.
; Chains, Thimbles, Needles. Pins, Tape Messuxea, triumph in Kentucky.
! EWHaTop ISriToVr'SS: State but New Jersey that
Diumcw.., " TWT1.. (Vimt Clasns. In Vw nca tn thR I
To the Ladies of Evansville and pen5i pinciies, Games, Bubber b.uu, Toilet
Vlflttilt.-w I.wplrr. V olin rtrines, vtora
t
RS. ROWLAND IS PREPARED TO DO
all the latest styles ot embroidery and Braid
at her residence, on second between
Writing Desks, Feather Dusters, i ra oages,
... t-j v i n t U nrt Anil
Childrens- carnages, 1 " . ,
Traveling Baskets, Ac., Ac., at wfcoHwile and re-tail.
Guard' ; deceased;) and we have had a signal
fcvery single ;
even pretends
nion low rallies
around the Administration. And the
majorities whereby we have carried most
of them is magnificent overwhelming.
IN. Y. Tribune.
KEEN & PRESTON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE 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 and ex
penses In going farther Eastward. Janl5
Crescent City Hotel.
Mrs. A. Webb, Proprietress
ON WATER, BET, MAIN A LOCUST ST8.,
(Opp- Steamboat Landing. I
EVASSVILLE, 15DIAXA.
B7J- A watch for Sioamboats kept at all hours. ,
MRS. WEBB TAKES PLEASURE IN An
nouncing to tbe public generally that she
. has nrt sold out the Crescent City Hotel, as re
ported, but is still carrying on at the old stand,
i en. Water, between Main and Locust streets, and
would still solicit a ehare of the pullic patron-
T age nov21-6m
names and styles. Also
Children's Fancy Trimmed
will
Hats, all of which we
sell very cheap indeed.
and examine our stock.
MORGAN, READ &
ie equitable
tn fanned. Ih
l j -t .. -mfemtum : aU tta extemttee. xtracn-
Ucal, and Srd-cUut btuin$$ tytUm of focul ooeacfet,
u not exoelU by am, timilar corporation in 0u wria.
Inauranciea solicited, and policies issued and re
newed In this leading Corporation, at (air rate by
J. W. NEXSEN, Resident Agent,
Office, Marble Hull Building, Main street.
Call
CO.
i
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Cash
Assets, January 1st,
$1,992,585.89.
1862,
THE UNDERSIGNED HA3 JCST B
i turned iron the East, where be has laid in
.r ..f ib- ii -.L, -f cutbiu anH fif nti' Fur
nishing Ocods ever brought tn tnts City. My
Cloths, Ceasiseeres, Vestings. Ac., ajare selected
with an eye single to quality and styl6 ; and hav
ing become conversant with the taste o our peo
ple, am satisfied that in this particular my Goods
will give excellent satisfaction.
Gents Furnishing Goods of erery 4scrtptto
will also be found at tnv establishment such as
Gloves, Hosiery, Neck-Tits, Shirts, Gsllers, Sus
penders, Ac.
My facilities for msnufnetorin Clothing are
excellent ; and as for Cuttir.g Gr menu to fit no
satisfaction no pay. I ask bo oae la take a mean .
fit tint.' earment off mr hands.
Over-Coatings of every variety anfl style will ba
found at my establishment. Though it may
sound unreasonable toi k Overcoats during
tbe " heated term," we must remember that in
"peace is tbe time to re for war," and ia
Summer make our preparations fer the cold blasts
of Winter. No better preparation can be devised
than tbe ordering of a good reliable Overcoat,
such as may be found at No. 8 First Street.
Orders for Clothing of every description will
receive tbe personal attention of the undersigned,
vad will be promptly attended to. The motte at
j No. 8 is. " Promises punctually fulfilled."
Before ordering Fall or Winter suits Genu will
i consult their own Interest by examining my
, Goods and Prices. Rem mber tk plss
No. 8 First Strett, (near
auglS
PIANOS.
TWO SPLENDID PIANOS JCST RECEIVED
from the manufacturers, and fiw ssle at
WARREN A CONYNGTON'8,
aov25 Bo. 1 Main street.
(Successor to Decker A Kramer),
Manufacturer of Lard Oil
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Alan, aa extra artistes '
BUSSING, ENGINE, AND CAR OIL
Dealers in Basin, Soda, Ashes, ts, Also
Pure Catawba Win
Of out own railing, in quantities ta suit war
chasers,
11 Mam Street, beta Mrs sad Second,
Evj.xavll.Lr.. Issiaka.
-Tsrsscssh,sfTB Vf9"1ia
Losses Paid, Upward o
14,000,000.
The great public service, promptness and relia
bility of this well-tried and sterling Company, re
commend it to preference with those needing ln-
"Sninsuranc. solirited andPoUcies issued by
febfi Marble Hall Building. No. 91UBJl:
STOVE WORKS.
A. HtLSLllltf
CLOCKS.
Seth Thomas Clocks.
T TtTCCEINED, AN aaniSTXiST
-rr
J Seth Thomas Clocks
Second street, by
novld
or
and for sale at No. 13
C. F. ROSENKRANZ.
v u . aaiKKHXIBB-
SOUTHERN STCVE WORKS.
BRINK WE YER Sl CO.,
Manufacturer of
Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings,
House, Frostts, Verandas,
Balconies, Castings in General,
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, Ac
tW Sales Boom Main Street, eppoei te Court
Honse.
WFonndery Hearths Mouof Pigeon Creek
EVAMtAUhS, IND.
ORDERS SOLICITED.- mjt
and Gum Streets. aep27-m

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