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THURSDAY.
DECEMBER 10
JOURNAL BUILDINGS,
LOCrsT STREET,
BETWEEN FIBST AST WATER.
A Smoky Cnimnej.
A correspondent who live ia New
Hampshire, states that ia thode parts re
Bides a man called Joe, a fellow noted
for the tough lies which he can tell, and
as a sample relates the following:
Joe called in at Holtou' one day, and
found him almost choked with smoke,
when he suggested " Yon don't know
as much about managing amokr chim
neys as I do, 'Squire, or youd cure 'em."
' Ah," said Holton, with interest, "did
you ever see a'smoky chimney cnred?"
"Seen a smokr chimney cured?" laid
old Joe, 14 1 think I have! I had the
worst one in Seaboard county once, and
I cured it a little too much.''
" How" was that IT asked Holton.
" Why, yon see," said Joe, "yon see I
built a little house out yonder, at Wolf
Hollow, ten or twelve jears ago. Jim
Busb, the fellow that built the chimneys,
kept blind drunk three quarters of the
time, and crazy drunk the other. I told
him I thought he d have something
wrong, but he stuck to it and finished
the house. . J
" Well, we moved in, and built a fire
the next morning, to boil the tea kettle.
All the smoke came through the room
and went out of the windows; not a bit
went up the flues. We tried it for two
ov three days, and it got worse and
worse. By and by it camo on to rain,
and the rain began to eome down the
chimney. It put the fire out in a min
ute, and directly it came dorn by the
pailful. We had to get the baby off the
floor as soon as we could, or it would
have been drowned.
"In fifteen minutes the water stood
knee deep oa the floor. It didn't rain
half so hard outside, and I pretty soon
saw what was the matter. The drunken
cuss bad pat the chimney wrong end up,
and it drawed downwards; it gathered
all the rain within a hundred yards, and
poured it down by bucketfuls.
" Well, that wa3 unfortunate, " re
marked, " Holton. " But what in the
world did you do with the house? Sure
ly, you never cured that chimney?"
"Didn't I though?" answered old Joe.
" Yes, I did. "
" How?" asked Holton.
"Turned it the other end up," said
the incorrigible, and then you ought to
have seen it draw. That was the way 1
cured it too much.
"Drew too much?" asked Holton.
"Well, squire, you may judge for
yourself, ' said old Joe. " Pretty soon
after we got the chimney down the other
end up, I missed one of the chairs out of
the room, and directly I seen another of
'em shooting towards the fire-place.
Next the table went, and I seen the
back-log going up. Then I grabbed the I
old woman under one arm and the baby
under tother and started ; but just as I
got lo the door, I seen the cat going
across tha floor backwards, holding on
with her claws to the carpet, yelling aw
fully. It wasn't no use. I just seen her
going over the top of the chimney, and
that was the last of her. ' '
" Well, what did you do, then?" asked
Holton. Of course you couldn't live in
inch a house? " -pf'S rpr.
" Couldti i I, though?" said Joe, "but
I did, I put a poultice on the jam of the
fire-place, and that drawed totber way,
so we had no more trouble. "
That is what we call hard lying.
MACHINEST.
CUBJSTIAN tr..UJ. WN KXIUSAJf.
KRATZ &L HEILMAN,
City Foundry,
Manufacturers and Builders of
Steam Engines and Boilers,
Saw and Grist Mill Ma
chinery, Tobacco Screws,
Gumming Machines,
Chinese Sugar Cane
Mills,
THRESHING MACHINES, Ac,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
rpH PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY TOCND
3. ry teg feave to Inform their friend and the
public in general, that they are prepared fo do all
kinds of
Machine & Finishing Work
And everything appertaining to the Foundry bus
iness. They are manufacturing Steam Engines
and Boilers of any site and power required. Saw
Mill Machinery and Mill Gearing of any size ; Dis
tillery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws,
Gumming Machines, Threshing Machines, Malt
Mills Horsepowers, Corn Shelters, Machinery of
all kinds made aad repaired ; Iron and Brass Cast
ings of every description, Iron House Fronts, Cel
lar Grates, Ac. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the
latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog
Irons, Ac.
Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, fte.
upplied with every description of Copper and
.Sheet Iroa Work, Brewing Nettles, Refrigerators,
Attemporators, Sparges, Stlllheada and Worms on
an improved principle. Columns for Alcohol Stills,
Yeast Jugs, Cans, Syphons, Ac. ; Copper, Lead and
Iroa Pipe ; C oppor. Brass and Iron Pumps of every
variety, for Deer, Spirits, Oil, Ac. Brass Cocks and
Valves, Steam Whistles, Ac.
Workmen seat to all parts to flt up work and do
repairs on Stean. Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron
Work, Ac.
Old Metals Bought.
They are Oeallng In and selling Allen's improv
ed Steam Guage, Wrought Iroa Welded Pipes and
Tubbing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Ma
chines, Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators, German
Bolting CUth, Gnat Elastic Belting, Packing,
Hose, Ac., of the best kind ; Tinplate, Sheet Iron
Block Tin, Pig Iron, Bablt Metal, Spelter, Fire
Brisk.
They have every facility of the best Machinery
and workmen, and will give all work entrusted to
them, their 'ndividual attention, filling orders
pomptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied
with reasonable prices.
sWOfllce end Sale Rooms, Foundry, Boiler-yard
Machine Shop tn Pine stsest, between First and
ocond streets. aTvansville. Ind. dec 7
NEW SONGS.
WE'RE PAS8ING THE BRIDGE, MOTHER
A new and beantifnl song.
OC GOOD SHIP SAILS TO-NIGHT.
I'M BLIND.
JENNIE, MY LOVE.
KISS ME GOOD-NIGHT MOTHEB.
WINNIE, DARLING, I'LL BE WAITING.
ASK IF I LOVE THEE.
THE BANNER OF THE STARS.
I'M LOWTELT TO'-NTGHf . ' .
The above songs are all new and rood, and for
sale at WARREN k OONYMGTOS'S,
aov7 No. 1 Slain Street, Evansville.
RECRUITS WANTED.
For the Old 14th Indiana Volnn-
THIS REGIMENT HAS PABTICIPATED
in the following named battles : Cheat Moun
tain, Green Briar, Bine's Gap, Bloomery Furnace,
Winchester, Harrison's Landing, Anttetam, Fred
ericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg and
Bri.tow Station.
Three hundred and two dollars bounty given to
new recmlts, 5402 given to veteran soldiers who
re-enbst. 872 or the bouuty money given thm
as first payment directly after being mustered in.
?i, 5! wb,nK to become a member of tnis
tried Regiment. v.iUnial Headquarters Recruiting
Office on corner of Iii. aBd Central Market
streetsJohn Danuatcll's Grocery
CHARLES H. M YERHOFF,
,,. , ' Lieut. Co. E, nth Ind.,
DOTlldlm Rftcrniting Oakr
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
Ho ! for the Holidays.
I HAVE ON HAND AND I AM CONSTANT
LY receiving a large and splendid assortment
of A
Gift JJooks,
Photographic Albums,
Photographic Bibles,
Gift Annuals,
Poetical Works,
Rosewood Work Boxes,
Mahogany Work Boxes,
Writing Desks,
Ladles' Leather and Wire Pertsion.
lea lis great variety.
Also a large variety el Juvenile Toys and Toy
Books, of every description aad style, which I
will sell cheap for cash
Please call and examin my stock before Ur.
dec'j
No. 24, Cor. Main and First Sts.
COMMISSION HOUSE.
p. H AYUUEST.
HAYHTJRST
J. J. WIHTT.t KW
& WHITTAKER,
Iroduce and Commission
Uo, 6 Water St., (next to It. Barnes,)
EVAMaVILLB, INDIANA.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
VVlient, Oafs, Bei,
Flax Seed, Lai d,
Dried Fruit,
Tallow,
Beeswax.
Watt, Gives A Co., 1 f Caaal A Brow n
Padocah, Ky., J JCvansrllle, lad.
Hasping, Given A Co.,
St. Loui-. Mo. 35 -A,
WATTS, CRANE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 46 BaoAD Strut, .V
HEW YORK CITY. - i
We have opeaen a House in the city of Sew Tori
" for the sale of
robacco and Western Produce,
Under tbe name of
WATTS, CRANK A CO.
Mr. D. Watts, of the firm of Vatts, Given A Co.
f Pssfucah, long familiar with Tobacco, will take
.barge of that department of our business, and Mr.
. Crane, of Crane and Brown, EvansviUe, will
take charge of tbe Product- bnaineaa.
may21 WATTS, CRANK ft CO.
3to. r orris. A. H. Fosteb. Wa. A. Ownr.
GEO. FOSTER & CO.,
I J Wi. .! saV Grooari, v
Produce and Provision Merchants,
oonsra or locv-t -tuiet ad tui cabal,
aug9 F,V. VI 1. .!;, IND.
T. COX.
COX
F. M. HuwpHatv.
HUMPHREY,
Forwarding & Conimission
IVIeiroliajvts
Steamboat Agents,
WHARF - BOAT" PROPRIETORS,
KVAKSVfTilE, INDIANA.
W have taken the Grey '.SSs Wharf Boat, and
ask " or friend a coaUnuanceof their patronage.
One of oa will be funnel aboard both day and night
to attend to the wants of shippers. Mm rafE,
1DAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
New Arrangement.
THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
SPECTFULLY announce to their friends and
atrons, the" pablic of EviinsvlBeand vicinity that,
s-ith increased facilities for the transportation or
Freight, Packages, '
Money and Valuables,
rhey sol'.cit aoontinnance of former favors. Es
pecial care taken in tfi collection of BHM, Draft
Notes, and the transportation of smeH sail Tulua
ble packages. JW
All per. ns wisbinfr-to avail fhemaslTea of tl
iciiltUs of the Express, can obtain aay desired In
formation in reference to the '.tee and details at
the business, at their oflce on Tttst street, between
Main anil Loctnrt. ff-
Jy2 CHAS. WENT8, Agent.
H. B. CLIFFORD,
Commission Merchant
EXCLUSIVELY
" ,7;; mi mm
I HAVE DISPOSED OF MY STOCK OF GRO
ceries, Proluce, Ac, as I find that 1 cannot,
nor can any one else, do justice to tbeqUelres aad
their shippers when they buy, for it Is natural
t'lat they will sell their own goods asst. As I
have many shippers, I will hereafter confine my
self strictly to the jjjjj
was ' .aaa
COMMISSION BUSINESS,
And hope that I will find a continuance of the
many favors shown me during the past eight
years. I shall give personal attention to all con
signments, and will make liberal cash advances
on produce in store. My motto is,
Quick Sales and Prompt Returns.
Dealers in Cotton cannot do better than to leave
their orders with me. Mr, 9. SI. COPEL-VfeAt
late of Copeland, Edmonds A Co., will give tlie
Cotton business his personal attention. He in one
among tho best judges in the State. Orders
solicited. H. B. CLIFFORD,
sv;..'. No. 7 Front Bow, Memphis, Ten a.
L. a. CBAME. WM. BLOWS. E. K. DVNEKaa0
CRANE, BROWN & 0.,
Forwarding and Commission
Meichants,
AND
Special Railroad Agents.
Give through receipts and make liberal cash ad
'anoes on shipments of Produce and ToLaooo to
lev York. CRANE, BROWN A CO.
Evansville, Nov. 2W, 1861. ssst
w. s. a'cLUBi. u. r. BAixxab. o. irci.ua.
W. S. McCLUEE & CO.,
PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOR THE SALE OF
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Eggs, Beans,
Peas, Dried Fruits, Flour
and Provisions,
250 Fulton St.,
Op. Washington Market, NEW YOKE.
REFERENCES.
Gee W. White, Cash. Mechanic's Bank, Brook
lyn, New i ui k Mat
Hon Horatio Ballard. Sec. State of Sew York.
Wm. Cripps, Pres. Standard Ins. Co. New York.
A. II Ballard, Ypailanti. Michigan.
J. L. Kelly, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
R. H. HaotingtoA, Adam's Irlf Co. K. Y.
J. II. Reed, Utica, New York.
Hon. Henry J. Raymond, " New York Times "
C. H. Wheeler, St. Albans. Vt.
D. Wsrd, Lancaster Grant Co. Wisconsin.
JelOdly
QBO. W. CBAHAW. WM. C. OBAHAM.
(Late of n.tUiday, Graham A Co., New Orleans,
and Graham A Co., Cairo, Illinois.)
G. W. GRAHAM & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers
ASO
GENERAL COMMISSION
1VX ox oil rxa t s ,
No.'s 46 & 47 First Street.
NEVV ORLEANS, LA.
BSJ- Consignments of Western aud Southern
Produce, and orders, for the purchase of Cotton,
Sugar and Molasses, solicited.
liefer to Messrs. Bement A Viele, Evansrllle: J.
L. Dallam, Evj , Cashier, Paducah, Ky noIl2n
SCHNEIDER & ZUBERBIER,
(Successors to Schneider A Wise,)
Commission Merchants
Tor tho sale of all kinds of
Western Produce,
FLOCR, BACON, PORK, LARD,
Hay, Corn, Oats, Batter, Eggs, dkc.
Corner Lafayette, New Levee and
Fulton Streets,
NEW
aog2S-Gm
ORLEANS,
LA
GROCERIES.
SCNDRIES Well Buckets, Strawberry and
Lemon Syrup, Almonds, Filberts, Brazil
Nnts, Essence of Coffee, Wooden BoWls,-:atoglish
Walnuts, Figs, Raisins, Currants, Rock Candy,
Oysters, Shoe, Horse aud Scrubbing Brushes, Lob
sters, Sardines, Alum, Epsom Skits, Ball Brim
stone, Sulphur, Copperas; -Madder, Extract of
Logwood, Washing Bluo, Indigo, Cream Tar
tar, Soda, Bed Cords of all kinds. Tohseco of all
kinds, Blacking, Batting, Nutmegs, Cigars of all
kinds, Jute and Cotton Wrapping Twine, Blue Vit
riol, Camphor, Carolina and Wagon Tar, Brooms,
Cotton Tarn, Rare ami Ground Ginger, Castile
Soap, Playing Cards, Class Jars, Lanterns, Tum
blers and Flasks, Pepper Sauce, Matches, Pickles,
Mustard, Fish of all kinds, Tomato Catsup, Powder,
Safety Fuse, Soaps of all kinds. Starch, Teas, Vin
egar, Letter, Note, Cap, aad Fancy Paper, Wrap
ping Paper, Envelopes. Salt Pi tie. Gum. Drops,
Toys and Letters, Table Salt, Hemp Sack
ing Twine, Wooden Bowls, Jujube Paste, Cin
namon, Coal Oil. Clothes Pius, Bonnet Boards,
Ink, Cloves, Nails, Glass, Spirits Turpentine, all
spice, Sal Soda, Pain Killer, Licorice, Pitch,
Seives, Ac , Ac Ac.
A supply of the above kept constantly on hand
and for sale low by S. E. GILBERT A CO.,
nov2l tf No. Sycamore Street.
"VTEW ORLEANS SUGAK-40 hhda
nrnns for
sale by
S.
K. GILBERT A CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore-Street.
-D sale by P0WDEI1-J,"t received aud fer
S. E. GILBERT & CO.,
No. i Sycamore St.
j AUCTION & COMBLTS'ION
Old Auction House and a New Auc
tioneer. JJ. COHN, HAVING RENTED THE OLE
. Auction Boom on the corner of Main aad
Third Streets, EvansviHe, far a term of years, will
continue the Auction snd Commission business,
and attend to selling all kind of Goods, Furniture,
Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Horses, Cattle, ail
kinds of Manufactured Articles, Ac. Liberal ad
vancements made on consignments. 1
Prompt attention will be given to all goads en
trusted to my care. (mar23) J, J. OOHB.
MEDICAL
THOHPSOB", fit. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Vrffrt Axn 3UsirEKC No. 36 V ajjiuj STaifci
(At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.)
EVANS VILLE, INDIANA.
nov?ly . uitii?. I im
IVORYTYPES,
fHOTOGHAPS
AD
Onrd Pictures.
ALSO,
WEDDING CARDS,
ft 1 ' i
Mounted in Beautiful Style,
A T-
.uk IXt
1:1X11
Gallery.
Adam'a Photographic
" OTKR POST-OFSw ICE
r LAW CARDS.
WM. H. WALKER, Jr.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
"ErANSriLLS, IND.,
Office on Tulrl Street,,
octl3-ly
Opposite Conrt Hovtse.
CHARLES DENBY,
ttoi-ny at Law,
rias aMnnted the practice of Law. Office on Third
Street, middle of Hall' Block, up ataira. fruit
JAMES RE ID,
Attorney at Law
An w
COLL
ECTIHO
AGENT
OKEICK On Third Street, third door from
UairisStreet, In the Crescent City Bank Bnildtng,
4 EVANSVILLE, INPIANA.
leb-ly
as. T. Walker,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
AND
Agent for obtaining Pensions,
m Back Pay anil Bounty
FOB DISCHABOED 80LDIKB, AND FOB
fne Widows and other legal representatives of
thosp who die in the service of the United States.
Office on the Notb-Wet side of Third Srreet,
near the Washington House md uearly opposite
the Cohrt lion , Evimvil'e. Iu.liana.
All business entrusted to him will 1 promptly
attemled to. jyl-ly
H RDWARE.
HARDWARE AT LOW PEICES.
Meat Cutters and Sausage Stuo
fers;
Patent Meat Cutters and Stuf
fers, (combined) ;
Axes, Llppincott's,
and Tuneyck's ;
White's
SJM
Axe Hsndles and Wedges ;
Wood, Hand and Ripping Saws
ol Spear and Jackson, Diss
ton's and others ;
Cross Cnt Saws,
patent ;
cemmoh and
Mill Saws, Rowland's, Ac.
Butcher's Files, ChiBels and
Razors ;
.i-.i Hi a, asKiiH ,
Table aud Pocket Cutlery ;
H S W
Shears and Scissors ;
Tea and Table Sposti. ;
Tea and Counter Scales;
Scale Beams;
h.
Butcher Knives and Saws ;
Wilson's Steels ;
Cleavers and Choppers;
Molasses Gates and Csdsr fan-
Hay and Straw Knives;
Grain and Coal Shovels;
8hovels and Spades ;
Chains Log, Trace and Halter ;
Nails;
geives and Rat Traps ;
Brushes and Carry Corns ;
s5
Door Locks, Hinges ard Screws
Chain Pumps ;
Ohio Tool Co
Trass Hoops ;
Planes and
ail
Barton's Cooper Tols ;
Cabinet Hardware ;
Shovels, Tongs and Stands ;
vTSKJiilOO
Steel Fire Setts.
For sale by
JAODB STBATTB A BON.
O
3
SASS AND )OORS.
JAMES STEELE,
(Successor to Stxele A HcdsM,)
SEOOND ST., BET. CHESTNUT AND CHERRY,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
SASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS
Dressed Lumber
Boards, Laths, Ac, of every description constantly
I on hand. Packing Boies of all kinds made to or-
'rder. Sawing of every kind done on the shortest
notice. apl8-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.
f HEY ARE 03? MY OWN MAKE.
I have, also, a fine lot of White Fine and Popular
Flooring. Moulding of all kinds made and sawing
of all descriptions done at the shortest notice.
BANK NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
electkxr- for ui as Directors for tha First Na
j tioniil Bank of Evansville will lie held at the
I Banking Houso of said Bank in Evansville, on
TUESDAY, Jsuuary 12, ISiH, between the Bouts;
1 of 10 o'clocK a. m. ami o'elocR1. m.
j dec'J-9t WM. Ti PAGE, Cashier.
sale op crcy lots.
FOB SALE THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
City Lets and timber land :
Part of Lot 129, with house, frontiug 40 feet ,
on imrc ana so teet on Sycamore streets. Tim is
a choice lot, one square from the Court House,
now occupied by John Grists and Fred Wahnsied
lsr. Lots 5, 6, 0 and 10, in Seminary tract, the two
former on Main street, apposite the Raiiroaa De-
pot. the latter two immediately hack of the for- I
met . on Sycamore street. Free of citv taxes.
House end-Lot No. 17, Block 10, Bowleyvllle,
one square from the Railroad Depot. Also Lot 10 j
in BuwleyvUlaJ . jfc. sJxJOlIi-' . 2 Si Lkl
Lots 3 aud 4, in Block 2, ,in Sullivan Enlarge- i
meat. v,-lJH Si ff
Two 40 acta tracts in Perry Township, good i
timber land, three and faar milts from the eity.
Also 160 acres in Un'ron Township, "heavy tim- j
be red, seven miles from the city. ,
This is all good property, and for sale ou re a- !
asaable terms, by
deco-lm CHRISTIAN DECKER. i
NOTICE.
To the Ladies of Evansville. and
: Vioinitr.
Mas. ROWLAND LS PREPARED TO DO
all the latest styles of Embroidery and Braid
Stamping at her resldenos, on Second between
Malbery aud Gum Streets. sp27-3ni
LINIMENT.
DR. J. WOODRUFF'S
HORSE LINIMENT.
Manufactured by
LEIGH & (JARLSTEDT,
Wholesale Druggists,
E VA NS VILLE, IND.
THIS LTNIMENT U S BEES PBESCKIBED
by Dlt. JOSEPH WOODBUFi" in a practice
of some twenty years for
Rheumatism,
Bruises,
Spra'ns,
Ulcerous Sores,
Scratches,
Wounds,
Cracked Heels,
Pounders, &c,
With the most mi pa rail led e'.coesa, effecting
cores in a nnmber of cases where other remedies
utterly failed. It Is also the beat Liniment for
the human lio-'y ever dieeoved, haTing cured per
sons who have been confined to their beds by the
most a','ouiiinj pains of Bheumatism, Ac, ia
lojne cases as fblias three years.
AVe do not propose, like so many proprietors of
Patent Medicines to g tin the faror of tho public
by publishing the certificate of persons who
j perhaps never hare egitted or whoso resi
I deuces are thousands of miles distant front tho
manufacturer, but :e. 1 confident the Liniment
I will speak for itself. We would refer to the fol
( lowing Well known citizens and others, who hare
used tho Liniment and are acquainted with its
irtiis :
Setrhell A Bowles, Ed. Degarmo,
Mrs. Degarmo, Solomon Kalis,
Heury DoJenhoff, Ronald Fjnher,
Joseph Kahn, Capt. Robinson,
Mrs. Ed. Bowles, Col. Rh: inlander.
John Utwson,
We cOpld add hundreds of others, but believe
the above to be sufficient.
The moaey will be refunded in all oasea where
the Liniment does not give aatisfa t ion .
Price 25 cents per bottle. For sale by
LE1CU A CARLSTEDT,
ovl!)-.im :U Main Street
GROCERIES?
VTBW HAMS 2,000 lbs euirar-cured Hams lust
XI receivwlat WM. CALDWELL'S,
UOVZI
No. 9 First street.
'BUITS 20 hxs Lager Basins, now crop ;
15 y bxs '
25 1
! bxs " ' 1
t cases Leghorn Citron ;
2 casks Zanto Currants ;
10 druuis Sultana Basins.
For sale at
Jfo. 9 FIBST STREKT.
DANDELION COFFEE
4 tawes Dandelion Coffeo;
3 cases 2 lb cans Ground Rio Coffee.
Just recei ved at No. 0 F IR3T ST E ET .
FLAVORING EXTRACTS
10 doz Extract Lemon ;
lodoz do Vanilla;
10 doz do Cochineal;
10 doz do Rose ;
10 doz do Almond ;
10 doz do Cellery;
10 doz do Peach ;
5 iloz do Strawberry ;
A doz do Raspberry.
Just received at No. 0 FIRST STREET,
ALMONDS AND FILBERTS
i 4 bblssoft shell Almonds ;
2 bbls Filberts. For sale cheap at
No. 9 FIRtiT STREET.
.l .-si tf. ait
STER1NB LARD 4 boxes for gale at
WM. CALDWELL'S,
nov2S No. 9 First street.
DENTIST.
I,'EKI,ING i l 1Y THANKFUL FOR TnB
1 liberal pa(; " Htte received during the past four
years, m l iwiuk i I'ermanent resilient of this city
desiros all persoi (whether they need his profes
slonal services or o ,t ) to visit his rooms and see the
Various Style t work manufactured
Improvements and Inventions
Are being made, and everything that will subserve
tke interests of lus patients is secured by him. H 1
Establishment aad Facllitl
Are eqnal to any in
I A STERH CITIES.
He has Several Anaesthetics
roa
Alleviating Patn when Extracting
item.
Cheeks that are sunken can be restored to nearly
uvir oi i gnmi contour, aii uesiraoie styles ot
ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
made anywhere in the United States, are made by
mm. irregularities or run ireu s Teeth success
fully corrected. Those liavius;
DECAYED TEETH
Should either bav? them Extracted or Filled, (the
latter if possible.) The health of the parties and
me remaining Teeth demand it.
MECRALOIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED.
ALSO CLKFT PALATE
Office oi First St , Near Post Office
HOTEL.
Crescent City Hotel.
Mrs. A. Webb, Proprietress
ON WATER, BET. MAIN A LOCUST STS.,
(0pp. Steamboat Landing,)
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
S9 A wateh for Steamboats kept at all hours
TV.CUS. WEBB TAKES PLEASURE IN AN
1VJ- nouncing to the public geaerally that she
hus not sold out the Crescent City Hotel, as re-
por'ed but is still carrying on at tbe old stand,
en Water, between Main and Locust streets, and
would still solicit a share of tho pullic patron
age. nov21-6m
NEW SALOON.
SHAEFER'S SALOON.
BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT,
On Tliircl Street between Slain
J and Sycamore.
,' EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
'oct'J-lm
Change op exchange
A NEW ARRANGEMENT.
SAM GBAMMEB & HABBT JOHNSON
having purchased
i "Theodore's Exchange,
ARE FITTING IT TJP IN EXCELLXN1
style for a first class - . r!.7i1Gj
BILLIARD SALOON 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 the vasty
deep will he made to contribute of their richest
.Especial attention will be given to the -uiM,
wijich wfll he under charge of the most competent
astists.
Their Billiard Room is large and their TABLES
FIRST CLASS.
r !The establishment will re-open on Tuesday next.
A liberal share of public patronage is respectfully
Jttrtted. myatxl:tm
NURSERIES.
GEORGE D. BO WEN
HAVING PURCHASED THE ENTIRE
stock of Nurseries of C. Baker A Co., wishes
to inform the public that be has on hands a large
u sorted stock of" Fruit Trees, ornamental aad
' Evergreens. Also, a good selected stock of hardy
i Remontant Roses, which I v ill sell at low prices.
; Abo, a larae assortment of Shade Taaes fer side
walk planting. All persons wishhtg to have a
) quick shade aud not hav to plant from year to
j. year, will do well by getong good trees that have
' been transplanted.
i Catalogue snt ou application, either by letter
i or person. GEO. D. BO WEN,
Crescent City Nurseries,
I 0028 Evansville, lad.
EXECUTOR'S SALE.
Executor's Sale of Real
Estate.
THE CNDEBSISSNED KXEM I'uK tVF THE
last Will and Testament of Samuel Hall, late
of the county of Gibson, in the Slate; of Indiana
deceased, by virtue of power in him vested by said
laet Will and Testament, and of an orrfcr of the
Conrt of Common Plea made at the November
Term, l8Gfl. will expose to public sale at the Court
House door, in the city of Kyanat'ilk), in tbjcosjo
ty of Vanderburgh, in the St.tte of Indiana, on
WEnVRSflAY. jAVntRT Vfrii.- IRrtt 1 1'
as the properly of said deccised,- the following
real estate, situate and being in the city of Ev.
ans-vllle, in said county of Vanderburgh, towit !
The undivided oue half of out Lot No. 13, in the
subdivision of the northwest quarter of Section
No. 29, in township No. fi, south, range No. 10
west, containing t 7o-I00th acres; and,
The undivided one half of part of out Lot No.
16, in said subdivision, being the northwest cc-rncr
of said out Lot, lying uortu et the Wabasu ana
Erl Canal, containing one half acre. - 1
18 4-12 feet trout on First ajntet by 150 feet, i
being part of Lot i8 of tbe old ptaa of tfce-cUyJoj
Evansville, l"giuuing ou Fir-t street twenty feet
from Vine, thence along First street" r84-12 feet ;
thence to the alley; thenco 1 8 JHW fep .towards
Vine street, and thence to the beginning.
Part of Lot No. 134 of the oH plan of the eity
of Evansville, being 66V feet on Main street, and
rnnning back eighty feet more or less to the line
of the brick block of offices whit h'front ou Third
street, being arts of the southerly iiuart?r of tbe
Public Square, that is, the corner part of said
quarter. rii j "4 n"
Sixty-lour feet more or less upon Third street
by Rti feet deep, being the south easterly jsirt of
the southerly quarter of the PuMfc Square, and
being the whole of the premises known as Hail's
Block, on Third street of Baid city. '
Part of Lot No. 09 of the !a rdah'of the city of
Evansville, being 50 feet by 75 feet on the north
oast or s Hey end of said Lot.
Part of Lot No. 19 of the Donation Enlarge
ment or the city of K vansvillo, belli i uftv teet bv
sew-nty-five feet on the southwest br alley cud of
said lit. ..-a '!-,;! ( qsh 'n iiinftH'iii a
Lot No. 24 in Block No. 1, in Goodsell's En-
largemant of the city of Evansville.
Lot No. m in said Uloik No. 1. in said Eu-
laiKeuieui.
Lot flo. 2o in said Ulock No. 1, in said Kn-
largement. .
Lot o. j,, gtu uioclc .No 1. in said En
largement.
Lot No. 28 In said Block No. 1, in said T.u-
largenient.
Lot No. If, In Block No. S, in Stockwell's En
largement of said eity.
Lot No. 17 m said Block No. 8, in sai 1 En
largement.
Lot No. IS in said Block No. x. in said Ku-
largemeut. t vrr.Kto l ,i .ti
Lots New. 1, 2, 3, 4. 80, 81. 82, 83. 8', 85, 0,.7n
88, 8.l, 90, 91, 92, 93, !l4, 95, 9, 97, 98, 99, 100, f'M ,
102, ln3, 104, 105, all in Isabella Place, in tlie city
of Evansville. .
TEBMS OF SALE. A cn1it of twelve months I
will he given on one-half of the purcJiHsc money,
and of two tears on tho other half, on the imr-
cliasers execnting notes with approved security,
bearing interest from date and waiving relief from
valuation or appraisement laws; and also exes
utin a mortgage over the property sold to se
cure I lie payment ot said ut6
JOHN B. HALL. Executor.
ALEX. C. OOXALn, Att'y. "
H. Nelson, Auctioneer.
dcc9-tds
TVTOTICE. Tho undersigned
I Exreutors tr':the'
last Will aud Testament of Samuel Hall, de
ceased, will offer for public sale at the Court House
door, iu the city of Evansville, on the l:sth day id
January, 1S4, 1A5 shares of tho Capital Stock of
tlie h.vauHviiie lnsurauoe tJonipany.
Terms of aslo, Cash.
JOHN B. HALL, Executor.
Alix. 0. Donalo, Att'y. decy-tds
REWARD.
One Hundred Dollars Reward !
STOLEN FROM MY STABLE, ou th night
of the 2i5th of November last, a DARK BAY
HOBSE, (almost brown), eleven years old, about
ixtecn hands high: moves a little stiff; has a
short black mane and black tail ; shows siirus oi
being a buggy horse, ttnd Is known over in Ken
tucky by the name of Taithfot I'hartey,"
Also, a tl A 11 h. MAKE MCLE, SiX
years old ; about nileen lieiuls high 1 b'ol been
trimmed aud reached, but 1id srown ortrson.e
what when taken.
Also an obi half worn flat Saddle and Bridle,
with country m tot, black hea l
mad ; red (English tanl rein, brokfe
the bit on one aide, and also lied iu the middle.
I will give the above reward to an otic retarn-
ng me said Horse and Mule, or $50 for eitlier of
them, or $25 for info riaatloa so tlutt I obiv get
them. J S. COLEMAN.
Beavib Dam, Ohio Count, Ky. dec'j -It
NOTICE.
THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
has not yet given notice of auy intention to
withdraw this popular Loan from saleat par. and
until ten days notice is given, the uudersigned, as
General Subscription Agent," will continue to
supply the public.
The wliote amount of the loan authorized is five
hundred millions of dollars. Nearly tour huunn J,
millions have Been alreaiiy sui'scrilM-,' lor anil i n.l
iuto tho Treasury, mostly within the last seven
mouths. The large demand from nbroad, and the
rapidly increasing homo demand for use as the
basis for circulation by National Bauking Associ
ations now organizing in all parts of the country,
will, in averv short iterion, iib-toro tta? balance.
Sales have lately ranged from ten to fifteen mil
lions weekly, frequently exceeding three millions
daily, and as it is well known that the Secretary
of the Treasury has amplo and unfailing resources
a the Duties on Imports aud Internal Kcvruti ,
and in the i sue of the interest bearing I cgal T n-
der Treasury Notes, ft Is almost a certainty that
he will not hnd it necessaiy, for a long time to
come, to seek a market for any other long or per
manent Loan, the interest and rrincipal ol
bich are payable in GOLD.
Prudence and self interest must force the minds
of those contemplating tho formation of National
nanaiuir Associations, nn wen as tao ntilios oi nil
who have idle money ml their banHs, trr the '
prompt conclusion that they should lose no timo
in subscribing to this most popular Loan. It will
soon be beyond their reach, and advance to a
handsome premium, as was the result with the
Seven-Thirty " Loan, when it was all sold, and
conld no longer he subscribed for at par
It Is aiix per cent. Loau,th Interest nnd Prin
cipal payable in COIN, thus yielding over nine per
cent, per annum, at the present rate ol premium
Tbe Government requires all duties on imports
to be paid in coin; these duties have, for a long
time past, amounted to ever a Quarter of a Bul
lion of Dollars daily, a snm nearly three times
greater than that required iu tbe payment of the
interest on all the 5-20's and other permaneut
Loans. So that it Is hoped that the surplus Coin
in the Treasury, at no distant day, will enable the
United Stat, s to resume specie payaieuts upon all
iu liabilities. TT T f'T'lTIT'
The Loan is called 5-20 from thefcrt that whilst
the Bonds may run for twenty years, yet the Gov
ernment hss a right to pay them off in Gold, at
par, at any time after live years.
The interest is paid half-yearly, viX: On the first
days of November and May.
Subscribers can have Coupon Bonds, which are
payable to b,-ar,-r, and are $50, SI no, S.,oo, and
jltiOO: or Registered Bonds in sa"Cj denomina
tions, and ki addition S.i,008 and SlO.mir). For
Banking purposes, anJ tor investments of Trust
moneys, the Registered Bonds are preferable.
These 5-20's cannot be, taxed by States, cities,
towns, or counties, and the Government tax on
them is only one and a-half per cent., on the
amount of tnceme, wh"n ftie tncmwe of the bolder
exceeds six hundred dollars per annntu ; ail other
investments, such as Ulceus from mortgages,
railroad stock and bonds, etc., must pay from 3 to
5 per cent, tax on the income.
Banks and Bankers' throughout tho ronntry
will continue to dispose of the Bonds ; and all or
ders, by mail or otherwise, promptly attended to.
The "inconvenience oT a few days' delay in the
delivery of the Bonds is unavoidable, the demand
being so great ; bat as interest commences from
the day of subscription no loss is iswnsioned. and
every effort is being made to diminish tho delay.
JAY COOZE,
SUBSCRIPTION AGENT,
111 Snt-Tit Tiiied St., Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Nov. 25, 1SG3.
GROCERIES.
tA dozen PINE APPLES, in bottles;
JJ 75 doz Piee Apples, in tin cans;
1(10 dozen Peaches, "
100 " Blackberry, "
100 " Tomatoes. "
25 " Strawberries," '
10 " English Plums, in pottles -,
8 " Qninces, in bottles :
At KLLTOTT'S Family Grocery.
s
CGAB 10 hhds fair N. O. Sugar ;
20 bbls extra brown N. O. Sogar ;
is dois otarmed N. O. Sugar
12 bbls ' N. Y. Sugar;
15 bbls Powdered do ;
' At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
1 .' ,
POWDER 500 kegs Blasting F F Powder;
300 kegs Snorting RfflrPowder ;
100 cases assorted Canister Rifle Powder ;
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
FLAVORING EXTRACTS
10 dozen Essence Lemon ;
18 " -Vanila;
10 Rose; ' . ,
10 ""' Fine Apples " .
10 " i'eacb
M ELLIOTTS Family Grocot v.
100
BBLS. TURNIPS
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
0AL OIL 50 bbls
pure white Coal til at 75
Vy cents per gallon,
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
SALT 100 bbls Pomrov Salt
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
LAMPS All in want of a Lamp r.-ili
At XLLIOIT'S Family Grocery.
HORSE AND COW FEED 2n tous uf ncl
oountxy Bran just received'- 3 8 HIS
At ELLIOTT'S Family -Grocery.
TARIED FRUIT lOCl busheld Dried 1'
t-heej
J pealBd; 2P0 bushels Dried Apples;
At ELLIOTT'S Family Owrt.
CJYBUP
5 bbls Golden Syrup;
ft bbls Honey Syrup ;
5 bbls Beenive STup ;
20 bbls Plantation Molasses;
10 bbls Sorgum ;
it ELLIOTT'S Familv Grocery.
REGULAR PACKETS.
rpUE SWIFT AND SPLENDID STEAMEE
R.
B. SPEED,
Will run as a regular scmi-we-
kly packet between this port
and Green Biver until further no.
nov24
Cincinnati and Memphis
PACKET COMPANY.
For Evansville, Henderson, Mount
Vornon. ShawnAetnwn. Mmltblnml
in Pa lnrab, Cairo, Columbus, Tlickniiin
nis. arid all wnv-nnintji nn 41, ftKir,
ami Mississippi Hirers, comprising the following
pew light-draught iossenger packets :
NORMAN,
JEWESS,
Captain Fraxier.
W. C. MANN,
Capt. Batchelor.
PRINCESS.
Captan Maratta.
Captain Shunk.
One ot the aJmve Boats will pass Evansville
Weekly for Cairo, Columbus, Hickman, and Mem
phis. Also, weekly for Cincinnati.
For freight or passage ennire of
COX A UUMPHREE,
eP9"' -Cnts.
LOUISVILLE AND HENDERSON
DULY LINE, (SUNDAY'S EXCKPTED. rj
The Evansville Jk Louisville r. S
iiiiiu to a. opiciilliu
FS' Has
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m r :efs j&l. tvs: s
"BIG" GREY EAGLE,
Qipt. BCXCE J. A. LUSK, Clerk.
" STAR" GREY EAG LE,
Capt. A. Ballaeo F. BasssaiTH, Clerk,
T AR ASC ON
Capt.'j
Bi Ncx Geo. 8. Williams, Clerk,
1 Compose. the Line, nnd will leave Evansville for
tionisvuteas lollows:
Monday's, STAR GREY EAGLE, at 12 o'clock
Tmwday's, TABAUGON, at 6 o'clock r. u
We.lnesihiy's, " BTG " GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
Thursday's, "STAR" OBEY EAG LK, at 5 o'clock
r.ll. '
Friday's, TAR A SCON, at 5 o'clock p. aj.
Saturday's, "BIG" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
ll isa, ,!,.
RETURNING:
TARASCON, leaves Louisville Monday's
and
Thursday's.
BIG " G KEY EAGLE leaves Louisville Tues
!av s aud Friday's
L " fcTAIt " GREV EAGLE leaves Lonisville W...1
nrsCuy's aud Saturday's. Puuctnallv
at
o cluck P. M,
For comfort imd speed the above steanfers art
unsurpassed. 00X4 HUMPHREY.
desU , ! i ti.,,;. TJ,. .
MACHINISTS.
0 In
IEVANSVILLE, IND.,
Manufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES,
STEAM BOILERS,
AND
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Of the most Approved Pattern.
ALSO
-
All kinds of Machinery appertain
ing to Railroads, Steamboats,
Distilleries, Flouring Mills.
SUGAR MILLS,
of all sizes with tho latest Improve
ments attached ; Tobacco Screws,
Portable Engines.
&c, &c, &e.
House Fronts, Grates, Rail
ing, Iron and Brass Castings
r . of every description.
DEALERS IN
Steam Ganges, Gum Belting,
Fire
Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting
Cloth, &c, at
. MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
Repairing
done at short notice.
Workmen sent to all parts to flt np
work, and repair Boilers k Machinery
BSA11 orders will receive our individual atten
tion and will be promptly filled on the most
reasonable terms.
Office and Foundry on the Canal,
corner of Ingle Street.
mh!7-ly
DRY GOOD3.
Hoods and Comforts for the Million.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED the largest stock
of Hoods, Comforts, Ac., ever bronght to the
citv, nnd will cell them cheap at wholesale or re
tail. SCUAPKEB & BUSSING,
No. 49 Main Street.
Cloaks and Shawls.
HAVING BECEIVED ANOTHER LOT OF
Cloaks and Shawls of every style and price,
we cau now supply the wholesale and retail trade
to their entiro satisfiction.
6CHAPKER A BUSSING,
No. 49 Main street.
Balmoral Skirts.
BALMORAL SKIRTS, FROM S3 TO
S8. Just received at
8CHAPKER ft BUSSING.
No. 49 Main Street.
Wool Yarn.
A FEW HUNDRED POCNDS OF NICE
jl Mixed Ebouezer Yarn just received at
SCIIAPKER ft BUSSING,
No. 4ti Main Street.
PUBLIC AUCTION.
Sale of Choice City Property.
rS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15nt, AT HALF
j V 7 pest 1 o'clock p. n , precisely, I will sell at
public auction, at the doorof the Conrt House, the
l&ilJojf'lnfT Lots :
Lots 0, 7, 8 and 9, In Block No. 108, in Lamas
I co, now Evansville. being directly at the foot of
I Clark street, and rnnniag through trout Market
j street to the Canal.
ilLots 3 and 4, in Block 5, in StockweU's Eu
j Jargeiueut of the City of Evansville, being be-
i - u irai juarKei anu uiaric street, run
ning through from Market street to the Canal.
aal nearly opposite J. Jauch's Brewery.
Lot 1 aud 2, in Block 14, in the North Eastern
Enlargement (Rowley's Addition ). being on the
northwest corner of Center and Olive streets.
"These lots are all ou the proper grade free of
all incumbrances titles perfect terms cash, and
purchasers have now a very desirable chance.
' S. E. GILBERT.
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Hr? just received, at
Na 35 MAIN STREET
Alar--' and ran-fully selected stock of
BOOTS, SIIES, GAITERS, SLIPPERS,
CHILDREN'S WEAR,
OF THE LATEST STYLES, WHICH HE IS
selling as low as a',y hnnse in the city. The
public are invited to call aud examine Goods and
Prices before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants
his goods to give satisfaction. No trouble to
show gods.
Mending done FREE OF CHARGE, should
they prematurely give way.
V. M. BELLMAN,
Evausville, Sep:. l.". 1833. 35 Muiu Street.
No.ll
MAIN STREET.
TURNER & GWATHMET,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MIUH in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AND
Hats & Caps.
fto. 15 Main Street,
EVANSVILLB, j',." DIANA
W. H. WALKER.
DK C. KVAXS.
WALKER & EVANS,
Retail Dealers Exclusively In
B00TS&SH0ES
No. 81
MAIN STREET
Evansville, Ind.
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We devote our whole time and attention to the
Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively
Consequently can give yon better bargains Hi an
those whoare ' dabbling " In Boots and Shoes
In connection with other business.
City
nd
County Orders , takea at
par for Goods.
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COLIiECTOR'S SALE.
NOTICE IS HER KB T GIVEN THAT I, WIL-'
LIAM G. R'K IT I.E. Collector of tha City of
Evansville, between tbe hours of Sand 12 o'clock
A. M and 3 atd 5 o'clock P. it., on MONDAY,
THE 2Sth OF DECEMBER, A, D. 1863, will sell
al Public Auction, at thedteorof the Conrt House
in the City ot Evansville, Indiana, the fallowing
Lots, parts ot Lots, and parcels of Real Estate,
and Improvements, assessed for the payment of
City Taxes for the rear 1863- and d linquect Uses
due upon said lots for the years 1869, I860,
1861, and 18ti2. duo from (he- owners
thereof to the CityofEfansvilh) said Taxes being
now due and unpaid and Ibr the costs f said
sale ; and that said sale will be eontlnued on the
next day thereafter, vizi oa Tuesdav, tbe 29th day
of December, 1SS3, t 2 o'clock P. M., at the door
of the Court House In. Rvansville, for the purpose
of selling s.ieh property as may have bees) sold
on the day first above mentioned and no- paid fort
GREEK'S ENLARGEMENT.
Allis, Henry D., lot No. 1, bhxk No. 1
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WILLIAM G. BtEPLE.
dec4-td Collector
MEDICAL.
Kcw to Keep ia Good Health,
ASD
WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF DISEASE.
THE PRIMA RT OATJSB OF TOTBT DIB
ease that flesh is heir to ia imparity of
the blood. Tbe blood becomes impure from many
causes. Impure air or chance of weather, un
wholesome food aud exposure, are among tbeprin.
cipal causes of Impaiity of the Mood. Tlie symp
toms are giddiness, headache, confused thoughts,
eyes dull and heavy, drowsiness, constipation of
the bowels, bad ta-te in the moaih, foal tongue,
liver complaints, paths in the back and leas, loss
of appetite, sleepless- nigbus, colic, cramp, pain
aud tightness of the cheat, heartburn, gout and
rheumatism, rmklng aud purging, chills and le
vers more or lists accompany these, and a long
train of troublesome and dangerous affections, all
of .jahich may be prevented and cored by
Halting a few doses of DR. STRICKLAND'S
VEGETABLE PURIFYING ANTI-BILIOUS
PILLS; they will purify tho blood aad pot
the Stomach, Bowels and Liver in a healthy
cond tiou. They are particularly soltaMe ibr
Chronic and Nervous Diseases. Every family
and every soldier should keep a snpply of these
Pills, and m.t diseases afe obviated by their ose.
They are a mill and safe medicine, and can be ta
ken at anytime withont danger of taking cold.
Sold by all Druggists or sent to any part of the
country ou roceipt of 25 cents, and a stamped en
velope, addressed to DR. STRICKLAND, No. G
East Fourth street, Cincinnati, O.
COUGH NO MORE.
Try Strickland's Mellifluous Cough
Balsam.
fruitd IS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST REM
I edy for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma,
Wbooping Cough and Consumption. Every body
who has tried this excellent Balsam enthusiast!,
catty recommends it. Mrs. Mitchell, Barr a treat,
says she has been a fearful sufferer with Cough
for many years ; so bad as not to be able to walk
np t airs ; she took one bottle of I his Balsam, aad
has been l-tter ever. ever since, ana advises all
who have Contrhs, Colds and Asthma, to try this
valuable Cough Balsam. Fifty cents per bottle.
Sold by all Druggists, and manufactured at No.
Ease Fonrth street, Cincinnati, O.
KELLER A WHITE, General Agents. Trade
supplied at Cash prices. dseit
BANK ELECTION.
rriHE STOCKHOLDERS IN THE EVAN'3
I VILLE Branch of the Bank of the State of
Indiana are hereby notified that tbe annual elec
tion will be held at tbe Banking House, in Evans,
villa, ou Tuesday, January 5th, 1864, between the
Injurs of 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., for
five Directors to serve the ensuetae; year.
By order of the Board of Directors.
nu25dawtt SAM'L BATABD, Cashier.
COMMISSION HOUSE.
W. U. II. PUDLET,
MeinphU, Tenn.
DUDLEY
Commission
3. . woopwaan.
Formerly of St. Louis.
& CO.,
Merchants,
SO. 3 FKONT ROW Office up Stairs,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
Shipments of Prod nee respectfaily solicited
Liberal a 'Vances made on shipments in store.
Refer to Merchants of Memphis generally.
aovl9-3m
NOTICE.
THE FIRM OF J. H. MAGHEE (XI. WAS
dissolved on the 27th of September last by
tbe death of John IL Haghee. The business will
be settled up by the surviving partne -.
G. XAGHEK.
November, 1863.
NEW FIRM.
UNDERSIGNED WILL
npHE
CONTINUE
X the wholesale Dr
ry Uoods business under tha
style of G. Maghec- ft
O.. at the old etaa linn Vlr.t
street. GILLISON MAGHEE.
NICHOLAS M. GOOD LETT
November 2, 18C3.
NEW BOOKS.
STRANGE STORIES OF A DETECTIVE; Or,
JC'arlositiea of Crime.
REJECTED WIFE. By 2ns, Stephens.
THE AGE OF FABLE. By 9a! finch.
THREE YEARS IN JAPAN: By Air ok.
VOLUNTEER'S ROLL OF HONOR, 86c.
PEPE, THE SCOUT.
MARTIN POLE. By the author of Abel Brake's
SILVER STAR. By May Carletoa .
LOST BANK NQTS AND MARTIN WARE'S
TEMPTATION.
SHADOW OF ASHLTDTAT.
ELEANOR'S VICTORY. By the author of Au
rora Floyd, 25c.
SYBIL CAMPBELL. By May Carletoa.
ALL DICKENS' WORKS (In Pamphlet form.)
TESTAMENTS. WITH NOTES AND PSALMS.
FLOWER OF SPRINGTIME A pretty Present
for Children.
GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK FOR DECEMBER.
ARTHUR'S HOME MAGAZINE, Do. -NEW
SUPPLY OF PHOTOGRAPH BIBLES.
NEW SUPPLY OF PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
NEW SUPPLE OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS.
For sale at DOBKLL'S.
NOTICE.
MRS. ERNKNBUTSCH, A LADY FROM
Germany, celebrated by her skill as a physi
cian for all kic.ls of diseases, is prepared to give,
to every sick person, information on the origin,
the cause and treatment of their complaints, with
out troubling them with many questions, tha
aforesaid Information being made only by exam
ining th. JJulse. Terms rery moderate, viz : 25
Cents.
The Doc tress is at her office, in Lamasco, near
Chris Miller's. Hoars fer consultation from gto
12 o'clock a. m. aad from 2 to 5 o'clock p. m.
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