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FOB DAILY. ne year ( 00 Six months 3 up fAiree months ..... 1 50 dupi-lied by carriers at 12 cents per week. FOB WEEKLY. ' nrw? m-inrfti:... ' 6 x month ne Year $ 1 &0 FOB TBI-WEKKLT., Six months 2 00 One year 4 mi a . . . ' LIQUORS. j Resale K .. I AXB. r. T. noil..!. rs . jf. carr, Rectifiers and Wholesale D. alers la every dcS- YO KO(U!l Hll'i f.O J'rfcl'SrV.? .1 Foreign aud Domestic Wines and liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, &c, UY ANSVILLE DAILY JOURNAL. MORNING EDITION. VOLUME XVI. EVANSVILLE, INI)., MONDAY, DECEMBER 14 1863. ESTABLISHED, 1831 Bread for the Hungry ! NEW STEAM BAKERY, aro. ii WATER STREET, J EVAHSVILLE, INDIANA. tiiir 'Mi.- Meei for. li arid the trmlc, Koxls Hi. - IhjIIi tli iiuaitty and price.' . U -ii le ulit tor i-.ihb, before will enable us to eomjiote with "d that im necessity ahull exist ther to Cincinnati, Limisvello, r Their Liquor. ' aMaf ' fair trial. W are certain we n when you visit our city. We e pleas. .1 t pee )u-t 28, FIRST STREET, - i - a Sr to IT..Hiapworth A Brn.'s Qncaaswarc U1 allow ywo oar st.s-k, consisting-in pa: t i&i and Doiue-ftic Brandies, Wines, Gins, Rims, &c. Of Whiskies, v Best Bourbon, Rye, Monongahela, Robinson County, Kimel, Irish, Scotch, it many other brand. tit Onnn.bn Whiskies we have. Aurora, Old Yir- m lw, Uranus Valley, ami " Bully f Bittern Wfl have I'l littatlou, "Bs Cocktail. Punch, Kane'---, mapps. Smoking and ''tewing To , aait A. H. Beam's Stmff. Remember the ptan., No. 2 First Street, nir door. How S yvsmare Street. " N. F. CABR CO. NO. N..t Store nfYbf VX7E DESIRE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS 'I1 of Kvansvlllc, and the community in iteli- eralvhat onr . T NEW STEAM BAKERY, laOll WATER STR.KKT, Is lu.u in ,inv, ,sfn operalion, ami wp ahall keep j lonstanilv on hitml and umk. to ord-r. on ahort I ....... r, nrm-ir munn ai i,k- iDaiiohu-toriea : !l . Br.-a.l,t!ake, Pics, Crackers, c., Ac. PUBLISHED BY JAMK8 H. HcMKXLY. V. M. THAYKR. JNO. H. McNKKLY. (TBDKB TBB BM or TUB Evansviille Journal Company. Journal Building-si, LOCUST STREET, BRTWKHN YIBST AND WATBR. MONIIAT.... ..DICOEMBEB 14 11- llii Sluinll.' 1 I'll al 111 n.o.W,. .n,-l.ir.e. lo faailiate us in onr hrmin,... .... tl.f..r A..tH.i.T.. tint W tli. iuomI a uol' .iti-fni-.li,.ii In ) CALL THE ATTKNTION th City of Kvanavilfe, Month- i. . . .. I Vvdlnrbr I.. ...... ii larite ami coiiipU-lo, we can i "l'''i0a!ily of our x-xulaaml In pric. ; i" V . '""I """i "arjee ami choice ii-m, ttuik, uts, WKara, Jte , U tia-k of Vnf. wlii. h call atti'iition Ortfyra for pul. li. private Parties nana, c , c , pr.uiutlv lilLvl term. Bfl IHiT A. K.vlivaU. "i rcaaonahlo WELD A CO. DRY GOODS. T H NEW MY MS Mil tot DENTIST. no a pali. rirtt htmt llmi 1 Br. F. HUTCHINSON, DENTIST, HAS removeil from his olU oflli.. oa tlir corner of rk-cond ami Maio atraeta, to 'lata 3 uew riHjui on First n , W two iloora lelow Main. next to the Mi-r.-aiitilv I.ihrary. uhl Maaonic Ilnll. He- haa nuartd nao f.ir the comfort anil convuuimicc of hii ' ha.Ting .-ulary.xl au.l incrraaeil hia fa 'a' tilaecurcl the assutance of one of the -knicij id the ?:atc. Ha can now -upj lv ts of those deairing Uiaaervicea. HUTCHINSON HAVINC. TOR. mir. laat aren j.-ar rpceived ihe unlimited m.t ronaKe of the citizens of Evaosvillo ami urroiifi. ini: -..win. am) country, would return tmwt siiicere Mtanki ft.r their appreciation of tils skill as a Dentist, hoping, by untiring energy in soenr lae for Ms patitnt.T all tho LATEST IMPROVEMENTS AKD INVEXTIOJSS, lo raatitaeontintiaiicoof theaamo faTor. Peraonnl Attciillnu Given in Bin y Caw. His factlitiea for doina; gooil wfk eqnnl any Est&bltahtient In the TTnfte(i Statea. Every style of Artificial Teeth marie in Eastern Citlea are made by him. i Bel rence at all times given by referring to persona naw wearing the BEACTIEU SETS OF TEETH prepared In hia oflice. Havim; had much expt i i ien. e in' u atinent of in . alartiy of CIIII, IRK' TEETH, he would have no hcsiia tKin ia narTiic the most irregular rases .-an be entirely corrocted l.y him. Caeca can I. ---n in lio-.-, iv . .1 , ;..( entirely cnrreclail by Mm. Cl.ft, Palate or oiieiiings "in Palate, sa.cesfully ireaauU fM. . xnraVia auv-ctioii. ami all ilis- ot to month sncogtnHv tr.i.rf ' . Tlio. .leslrine: AliTi Kit' IAD Tf.KTlT i. .nrTcIo iv.-U to consult hinu ffsl 'Terras very moderate. aTlbft tH9ni Allearlhetiea for alleviating pain Wnen eitractiug teeth. Chloroform given when rv'itrMtud. June -'- INTENSE ! K X V I T E MEN T ; Si 1 I S ' " Nos. 14 it 10 First Street. QO, WITHOUT DELAY, A Splendid Compliment. Gen. Grant has received many fine compliments, but we remember to have seen none equal to that given htm by the Richmond, Va., Whig. Coming as it does from an avowed enemy, it is a tribute to his courage, skill, and military genius, which is far more valuable than the fulsome flattery heaped upon him by Dara-nUm .!.. urei to latten on his do so, rtifi nested a list of the stockhold ers to be taken from the books of tho Agency. This he refused to furnish. They then notified him that they wotd pay his checks issued to stockholders for their interest in tho manner in which the payments have always been made, and 1 exonerate him from all personal liability whatever. He refused to ayail himself of the offer, and suffered the Interest to go unpaid. ! They could not safely go forward and ' Fay it in the absence ot the required list, have taken steps to prepare what is believed to be a correct list from other sources, which will be completed in a few days when the payment of the Julv interest will be proceeded with at once." Notice of the dav when navment cjin- m?nces will be givon by Messrs. Vfius low, Lanier & Co. I have employed J. K. Gapen, Esq., who was clerk in the of ftce of the State Agent itnder Col. Hod son, to assist them in making tho payment. The State of Indiana has made amiil INSOLUBLE CEMENT. CUBAT Discovuir. USKFUL mid VALUABLE DISCOVEttYI HILTON'S . (INSOLUBLE CEMENT! Applicable to ' , , the useful art " "0"" K'cral practical utility than any invention now huforetho i public, ft has b.cn thoroughly j tested dnring tho laat two years l.y ; practical mou, and pronounced to ' b SUPERIOR TO ANY Adhesive riu.pai.aiou known. Its STOVES, &c. a new thing., tffloH'a Insoluble Cement Is a new thing, and the ruli of " of study; ita eonibination Is on fkymbiaa-! Scientific Princlilea. tiuu. lAnd under no ri.-. i.i.wi m chanireof tenierature will It be come corrupt or emit any offensive mi, LB nroviainn f..- i j u.i. w ne interest on all ber stocks, and the monev Is iu reputation. Wo cony tho remarks of tno Treasury for that purpose, but is .. ' . 1 .1. I ,1 1 a.l 1 . 1 " TO I t - H J K , HXl.lN.J i I V TH ANK Fl'L KOK THR liberal tiatt e .-i-ecciv. si daring Ihu ti:wt fonr t-a--. it.. l-lfi- i i.-rmate-Tit 1-i.blent of thisrity, flaaiiwa all perao- 1 (.whel ber they necf bin f.rolrs aUoiJ am vU-.-s or .t)lo visit his rooms ao.t the . Yalious Style of work Manufactiired Improvements and Invent'ons An- l.'ing made, and everything that will snbaerye the ititercsr of his patients iatecurts by him. H t KataMUliiut'ni and Variliti s Are eo.ua! to any in EASTERN CITIES. COOLIDGE'S. Where ... i.ill fuel tbam opening the largeat assortnieut of; Kver or. red in this market in Rich Silk and Dress Goods. Tliey have no Cimi ( ilora tills aide jot New York Cfty. T 3r3C jE3 BL 353 IP KruDrolilerctl E(Ikii(m and t user! -in;a, Real JLacra, Dreaa Trlnniiliira I. allies' t'lotli mid Bearer Cloaks, Point liRrc f'olliira nod Seta, Ac -. Clxa.ilr Block, No's. 14 & 16 First Street, (Two (loori West of Post Office,) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. nylS J. T. A, S. A. COOLinfJK. CLOTHING. He has Several Anassthetics FOR Alleviating Pain wlien Extract lot, Teetk. niecks that are sunken can It restored to nearly heir ori jjinal contour. All desirable sty len'of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, ' mrule anywhere in the L ilt-xl Slates, are made by hiui. Irregularities of iiil.lreu'H feetli snecesa lully aorructod. Those having DRCAVKD TRKTII Sbontd either havn Ibeai Kxtracted or Filled, (the latter If poaaihh.) The health of the partiea and tho remaining Teeth d-mand it. . KEURALG1C AFFLICTIONS TREATKD. ADSO CLFT PADATTJ (IE. c on First St , Xt-ar Post OIHce. TOYS & FANCY GOODS. Toys and Fancy Goods AT The Best is always the Cheapest. Esp-ci oiy is this true of O O "T IX I 3ST Gr AND Gents' Famishing Goodb. Test It by calling on T Wholesale and Retail. BK DAROKST AND ft EST STOf'K OF T. - :iv ; Taney Gooda will be fnnnd at WARREN & CONYNGTON'S, No. 1 Main Street. HaTine n nht onr stock at first hands, wo will duplicate Cincinnati Dflla. We invito tht trade to call and look through onr eatanlUbmcnt. Every ImrBSfinable kind of TOYS Tin, Wood, Iron, &c. DOLLS Of all sizes and kinds Wax, Linen, China. Paper and Wood. MACHINE TOYS Steamboats Monitors, Engines, Carriages, &c India Rnhhef Toys, Rocking and Spring Horses, Wagons, Carts, Sleighs, Velocipedoes and Children's Cabs. Baskets of all kinds, China Tea Sets "and Figures. Beautiful Christmas Presents for Ladies or Gentlemen of the most ex quisite workmanship a line of goods never before offered in this place; Pearl and Silver Card Cases, New and Beautiful Portmonies, Velvet and French Kid, Steel Trimmed Bas and Wire Purses, Cornucopias, Paper Boxes, &c, lor canities ; Wax Candles and Moss for Christ mas Trees ; Musical Goods of every kind alwavs on hand : MELODE ON S , VIOLINS, Grvxitars . Flxxtes; ACCOBDEONS, MUSICAL BOXES, &c, &C. WARREN & CONYNGTON. no21-Uai J. H. CAR LIN, Wo. 8 FIRST STREET, 0'K.IB posr-OFfci.) EVANSVILLE, IND. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE tnniad from the East, where he haa laid in onaof ih. beat stocks of mothing and Gents' fur nishing Goods ever brought to this City. Mv Cloths, (aaaimeres, Veatinaa. Ac, wore selected with an eye single to quality and style ; aud liar, iug becomo conversant with the taste of onr jieo ple, am satisfied that in this particular my Goods will give excellent satisfaction. Gouts Furaishing Goods of erery descriptioa will nlso lie lbuud at my establishment snch as Gloves. Hosiery, Neck-Ties, Shirts, Collars, Sus penders, Ac. My facilities for manuUcturiu Clothing are t'VcelK-:;t ; and as for Cutting Gar meats to fit no Ha'iiefactip'n no pay. I ask no ous to take a mean fitting garment off my hands. Over-Coatings ofevory variety md style will be fonnd at my istablishmjut. Though It may raaadi unreasonable tov k Overcoats dnring the " hated term," we must remember that in " jxutee ia the trnts to j . i-t re for war," and in Hummer make onr preparations for the cold blasts of Winter. No better preparation can be devised than tho ordering of a good, reliable Overcoat, bi.cli a may lie found at No. o First Street. Orders for Clothing oSmivery description will receive the personal attention of tho undersigned, and will Ih- promptly attended to. The motteat No. Hs " Promises punctually fulfilled." Before ordering Fall or Winter suits Gents will oouaiilt their cub interest by examining my Goods and Prices. Remember the place No. 8 First Street, (near Post Office,) the Whiff on this point in full: GRANT'S INTENTIONS. '' Sallnst," the well-informed and trust worthy war correspondent of the Dii palrh, telegraphing from Kesaca, under date of November 29th, states, in sub stancp, that r.he wagon roads are in a horrible condition, that the enemy can not advance without the railroad, that they have no cars, and that tho proba bilities are that no movement in forco upon Dalton and Atlanta will bo made until next spring. With great general confidence in the accuracy of statement and correctness of judgment of this cor respondent, we should, nevertheless, be exceedingly sorry to learn that his opin ions are derived from the General com manding the remnant of Bragg'g army, and that they aro shared by the Presi dent mid War Department at Richmond. To count upon the tardiness of Grant's movements, in consequence of the con dition of tho turnpikes or the railroads, would be suicidal. Grant hag proved that he can do what so lew of onr Gen erals have been able to accomplish fol low up a victory in spite of natural ob stacles; and it is certain he will not per mit himself now to bo stopped, either by mud or a want of cars. These difficol tios are by no means insurmountable. Every one remembers tho sanguine predictions of the impossibility of carry ing on the seige of Vicksburg. Gentle men owning plantations on which (irant'8 army was encamped before Vicksburg, declared that his soldiers would perish for the lack of water, or die like sheep with tho rot, from drink ing such as they could obtain. More over, we were told thav the malarions diseases of the climate would decimate his army, and compel hin to raise the siege. Further, it was stated by the samo reliable operator, who is now at work in Atlanta, cheering ns with the assurance that the Yankees lost at least twenty thousand men in the assault on Lookout Mountain, tha. Grant bad lost quite fifty thousand of the flower of his army in the various attempts to storm the intrenchments nt Vicksburg. How otterly fallacious all these predictions and aaafirtiy n HtQy ed.L -Thy rVufr elusion, without, so far as wo have ever learned, any serious impediment what ever. In spite of water, climate, diseas es and repea'ted repulses, Grant com pelled Peiubortoii to surrender in leas than three months from the day the siege bc8.an-.. Mtall wo again oe the dupes oi ill founded hopes? Shall wo rely for salety upon mud and not upon men? Shall we trust to cars and not to energy ? Heaven forbid I The railroad from Nashville to Chattanooga is, doubtless, now open, ami trains running all the way through. On this railroad any quantity of cars and twines necessary to stock the road from Chattanooga to Atlanta, may be brought through in less than a week s time. Two weeks more will be all that Yankee activity and ingenuity will demand to omplete tho re-building of burned bridg es. But wo dflubt if Grant will await the arrival of cars and tho completion of bridges. Ho ha plentv of transporta tion, and the. whele North nemnil him to supply horses anc wagons as fast as they be anil down. He has ten thousand men already mounted. He has cannon with out limit, ami inexhaustible ammunition. In front of him is an army, routed, de moralized, half destroyed by captures and by straggling, poorly provided with clothing, very many of its small arms abandoned, and most of its artillery miss ing. Is it to bo supposed that he will wait a whole winter long in idleness, and not avail himself of the snlendid ooaor- tunity to compU-ts the dispersion of dis pirited and weakened foes, and to insure the capture ot Atlanta? It were mad ness to think so. In proof of the false hopes and errone ous conjectures which lured Baagg to his destruction, we need only recall statement made in a letter of " Sallnst' to the'-JJisvatch, written, just beforo the defeat at Lookout Mountain, in regard to Sherman's cor ns. Although the Das- sago of the Tennessee by this corps had been announced in the Richmond papers a week or ten dnys before the battle of Lookout Mountain was fought, "Sallnst" states that it was expected that Sherman would not be able to effect a junction with Grant until February. And while the people of Alabama were boasting that Gen. Lee's cavalry had driven Sher man back, and compelled hin to aban don the route he was taking to reach Chattanooga, it turned out that Sherman under cover of a feint made by Oster haus' division.was marching to join Grant with great swiftness and without moles tation. In view of thesef acts, we should be stow to build hopes upon the enemy's incapacity to overcome bad roads, and conceal bis movements from the not too piercing vision of our commanders. A Suicker and larger brain is needed in eorgia a strategist who bases his plans not upon wind, weather or railroad, but upon the known bravery of his opponent. withheld as above stated, and this :ir rangement has been made and the money advanced by Messrs. Winslow, Lanier Si Co., for tho credit of the State. O. P. Morton, Governor of Iud. Indianapolis, Deo. 10, 1803. DBUGGISTS. BROUGHTON & WOODS. CRKSIEXT CITY DRUG OA iiUT 10 STORK. Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils; Varnish, Window Glass, Sand Paper,151 Perfumery, Soaps, Coal Oil, Lamps, Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax, Patent Medicines, Dye Stuffs. Sole Agents for Whit field's Pile Cure. Boot A hoe Manufaclursra Jewelers. Families. HOOT .V. SHOK Manufacture, nsinz 1LkJj.u il fi.J ! - trrt.tr ir k now II for Iv-iiipiiting the 01,anneU, aa il works without delav. Is not affc-ct- d by auy change of temperature. JEWELEBS Will find it sufficiently ariheeira for fltolr use, as has been proved. lit la especially adapted to tieatner, Aail we claim aa aa especial merit, tkat it slicks Patches and Linings to Boots and Shoes sn Iciontiv strong without stitching. w 0 w H w w O a i 8P O O O 0 m m 3 o CD fcj o 0 9 a so B It is a Liquid. TIN W ABE. Keiuomlwr. Elnht. IT IS THE ONLY LTQTTID CEMENT Extant, that Is a aura thing for mendirg PHRJilTCRE, CSOfKBRT, TOYS, BONE, IVORY, And articles af household use. REMEMBER Hilton's Insoluble Cemen Is iu a liquid form and as ea.ily applied as paste. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is inaolnble in water or oil. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Auhorea oily subetancea. Suppli.iHn Family or Manufactur ers' Packages from 'I ouuess to ) ,.. IIILTOX, BROS. & 0., FftOPBISTOBS, PROVIDENCE, R. I 0 & H ft- ' O p Hi OB v. 3 O l a a P in e-e P er CD 9 0 m o o c z H to a P" H 1 I w o r ft r- JO o B 1 m w H ' t d O 1-3 d M !Z O L 1 o w M H H o . W o o o o b 8 0 P D boots and shoes. 35 thei BIC B001 : AND ftlSHOlHOUSE. t mm, m & ce.. 5 ADVKRTISIKd RTKS IN DAILY Business cards (5 linos or less), one iyear $12 six rSonths... 7 0 NB " .. 4 50 One square (10 lines or less) "neiaj. t, thaas ;; ,1s " " one week j 75 " " rme month 6 60 IX WEEKLY. I ' One square, one insertisn nn For each subsequent insertion... , 50 Sjr ial Notices retained on inside of paper, will be charged 20 per cent, additional on above rates. LIVERY STABLE. AMERICAN STABLE, On Third bet. Main and Lorast Sts. , rpaiS LIVERY KSTABLLSH MbWT, WHICH I X is well known throughout Sfanininitn . p- aeasssMable advantages eujiertor to any simiUr e.Ublihn!Ut ia the City, having arrangements for Ihe sec-eption of private horses at livery of the moat elegant and comj lete description , and at the lowest rates. . Carriages for risking to lofe (loaches, light VSgons, aud every kiud. of mad Vehicle to let. Horses sold on commission. .Second band Baggy'a Sir -ale at the very lowest prions. Passengers for warded to all part or the countrv bv special con veyance. RICHARDSON , Ball T'ON A CO.' anil e c i M . . c WATCHES & JEWELRY. MABBLE WOBKS. UHLHOfiK & BRINKMAN, (Suoceasor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE. Main Street Near Court House. EVANSVILLE, - - - INDIANA "Monuments, M ties. Tombs, Vases, and all tods of Furniture V neatly and prom41y ex eated In the latest an 1 'eat stylos. deel B . MESKER. No. 72 MAIN STREET, Would inform his numeroas ensto mors bnd the public in general that he is going out of business on the 1st of next January. In order to do so, he intends to offer his entire Stock, consisting in part of ST YES, TINWARE, :Ox-IttzYXv - Ware T Hex HoceivodL, Direct from tho (juarriea, tho The Finest Stock of Marble Kver brought te this market, and for sale at STREET & X9,?lr?,s Marble Manufactory, WARK ANII SALES ROOM NO. 184 MAIN STBEET, Near tho Canal. J. L. BITTROLFF, JR., No. 1, North First Street. An entirely new Stock of Watches and Jewelry, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, &c. I WOULD RESPEi TIT ELY INFORM THE public that I have oiauied an entirely new and fashionable stock of the above goods, whicb, har ing beeh bought for cash, I am. prepared to sail at prices as low as the lowest, and warrant every article to He Just as represented. From long ex perience ia the buslnca, 'l am confident of giving satisfaction, and hope to merit a share of tho pub lic patronage. 1'ersonal attention paid to repairing Watshea, Clocks aud Jewelry. J. L. B1TTR0LYF, Jr., nctl7-lm.lw N. 1. North Tint SI reet. Ho. 63 Have now in store the larg est stock of Goods of any House IB 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, less than they can now be bought, and we will sell them for less than any House in the West will sell the same 1 - ;;iii -,ii: ;. uU ti ii r. I ' - v 'ii character of goods. We sell BOOTS & SHOES. r not " scabs." Call and ex amine our goods. MORGAN, READ & CO. P. 8. No charge for Boxes. SHiBT MANTJFACTOBY. J. SMITH'S SHIBT MANUFACTORY, NTo.S Second. St, ( Bjrr'sBtacs;.) jc.ajo.rs MADE TO OEPER EOM MEA8 tirment and a fit warranted I A stock o roady.made ShirUand Collars always on hand, and at prices that will suit the purchaser. Tucking oaiira. ritichiug Bom.nis, ic., done with neatness and d.-s patch. Thankful for past lavors. the subscriber respect roily solicits a contnance of the natrouage as liberally bestowed for the past bve years a; J SMITH. LAW CARDS. WM. H. WALKER, Jr., ATTORNEY AT LAW. EVANSVILLE, IND., Office on Third Street, octli-ljr Opposite Court House. CHARLES DENBY, Attorney at Law, lias reanmed the practise of Law. Office on Third Street, middle ofTIall's Block, up stairs. febj Hats & Caps JL utio CLOTHING. Jl'li 7UO j 3S ,qu ; 1 01 liolqui .919 Iffl ov REMOVAL A Onr facilities for furnishing those wishing MONUMENTS, ORAVKSTONKS, TOM B S , INTLKS, r anything else in our line, are unsurpassed iu he West Our 8tork of Marble is complete, having been si ected with great care at tho Quarries. inyiidAw GOLDMAN, BERG & CO., Wholesale f!lnf" Have remove. I to the corner of FIRST & SYCAMORE STREETS, (OpMMiite the Grocery Store of Bemeut A YW where they offer to their friends and the trade generally a very large stock of CLOT H X TV O- AT WHOLESALE EX CLUS1 VE LY , Every article or which I i ri . mamtsctnred by tbemaeWeaat ; Market Street, Philadelplria, boyirrs wiH hare ' - . , .. a .iiniiisiip 4t .iWkjo j Only One Profit to Pay. $50,000 WORTH Of the most fashionable styles of and OVrS Now in storft t.Lf chased 10 to 30 per cent, less than they can now be pur chased of the manufacturers. We arc determined to make Evansville a jobbing point, and to' aid in doing so will s ''. . ' "' '. ' ? ' ' y' ' j fevn t sell goods for less than any flr 01 ftilft'y1'1 House up the river. We s.-ul it and so it shall lie. No trouble to show goods. JAMES RE I D, Attorney at Law AND COLLECTING A6EHT. OFFIOK On Third' Street, third door from Main Street, in the Crescent City Bank Building EVANSVILLE, INPLiNA. Ieb2&jy ,f3f . fB - - r Jas. T. Walkfir. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE . ..iM'tJaVT .r Agent for obtaining Pensions, Back Pay rtnri Bounty F.5 DISCHABOBD 8OI.0IB. AND FOR the u fdowa and ether legal renreseutatives of those win. die in the service of tho United States -Office on the North -West side of Third Street, near the Washington House and nearly ouoosita taaOoartllonw.lr.vanivllle, Indiana. AH business entrusted to him will-be promptly attended to. Jylt-ly MEDICAL. S. W. THOMPSOIT, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Orrtcr. Ann Itrsunxca Np. 35 M ji.su Stbebt (At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. nov23-ly VitkOT M Quick .i) sales 1 . and small SASH AND DOORS. JAMES steeleI e va sb v n. tw, Yswmnr SASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS Dressed Lumber Boarils, Laths, Ac, of every description constantly on hand. Packing Boxes of all kimls made to or enter. Sawing of every kind done oa th. ehorUst notice. aplS-ly W. HTJNNELL, COBNEB WALNUT 8TRKST AKD CvNAL, EVANSVILLE, IND., Has on band the largest tet of Sashes, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Ac, Ever Mannfactared ta the1 West. THEY ARE OF MY OWN MAZE. I hare also a fine lot of White Pins and Popular Flooring. Moulding of all kinds made and sawing of all descriptions dose at the shortest notice. HOTEL. VARIETY STORE. AND JAPANNED-W ABE, &c., At Cost foi Cash Only, Without any Respeet of Persons Whatever, PDSHEES VARIETY STORE, No. 20 Main Street, IS THE PLACE TO FIND FANCY GOOB8, Combs, B rustics, Pocket Wallets, Card Cases, Tal lets. Scissors, Knives, Watch Eefs, Guard Chains, Thimbles, Needles, Pius, Tapu Measures, Beads,, Belt Clasps, Ooggies, Spectacles. Ther utoinetors, French Haips, Pop Uuus, Ivory Bat tles, Marbles. Chessmen, . Dells, Corset Clasps, Steel Pens, Pencil.-.". Games, Bobber Balls, Toilet Soap, Jewelry, Violiu Strings, Work Boxes, Writing Doaki, Feather Dusters, Bird Cages, Childreus' Carriages. Ladies' Faney Work and Travoling BaakeU, Ac., Ac., at wholesale and re tail. "'P-' Also a full line ot Boys' Clotliirig, rROCURE BAR GAINS Iu inv line of buxiness. Those who call first will hav the beat stork to select from. J. B. MKSKKB. K. B. All thoss owing me are respectfully In vited to call aud settle their bills at once without delay. oct21-'2ru DBUGS, &c. WM. H. P. STODDARD, No. IT Main Street, EVAXSV1LLK, IND. T'O ABTISTS Ambrotype and Photograph A stock of every description, including Came ras, Chemicals, Cases and Frames ; a large variety constantly on hand and for sale at seasonable prices at WM. H. V. STODDARD'S, 17 Main street. 00 NCKNTR A TKD LYK A superior article just re 17 MAIN STREET. DBY GOODS.. Hoods and Comforts for the Million. II7K HAVB JITST OPENED tho largo-it stock It of Hoods, ( omfortH, Ac, evtr brought tothc city, and will sell them cheap at wholesale or re tail. bCil Ai K Kit & 111 M NO, No. 4'J Main Street. Cloaks and Shawls. HAYING BCCKIY ED ANOTHER LOT OF Cloaks and Shawls of every style and price, we can now supply tho wholesale and retail trade to their entire satinf ict ion. 8CUAPKER A BUSSING, No. 49 Main street. VOLUNTEEBING ! 302 BOUNTY For New Becrnits! BHD Gentlemen's Famishing Goods, We Sell at Eastern Prices Nvltl, TrsnsportSktion sulrled. WATCHES & JEWELBY. WATCHES AND JEWELRY AT profits " is our motto. MORGAN, READ & CO. Ladies9 Hats! Wholesale and Retail. TTTT SODA ASH AND for making Soap, celved at HOSTBTTIB'S PLANTATION BITTERS and German Bitters, together with a groat variety 17 MAIN oTliEET, 01 atiglS II. CABLIN. STOVE WORKS. r. W. HRINKV ; VVK. a. BBLBLIMa SODTHERN STOVE WORKS. Interest on the State Debt. To the Public. Messrs. Winslow", Lanier & Co., will pay at their banking house, the city of New York, the interest on the Indiana five and two and a half per cent stocks, which fell due on the first of July last, aud that which will fall due on the' first of January next. The failure to pay the interest in July was not caused by the want of money. dKINIXiVI t. YtR OL CO., , for that purpose and still is, but the Manufacturer of : State Auditor and Treasurer refused to StOYCS, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings, t remit it to New York, alleging the ab Bouae, Fronts, Verandas, t sence of a technical appropriation. Balconies, Caatinga tn General, 1 1" lt I concluded an arrange- I ment with Messi-s. Winslow, Lamer & C0""; TIAKDm8?E,T ?N W"ltt 00 " for the Pent of the terest. UoSe -Matu btreet, opposite Court led the Agent of State in tve-Foaudery Near the Month of PigsonCrsek New York, Mr. John C4 Walker, elected evansville. ind. by the lato Legislature, that they would ORDERS solicited.' my I pay the interest, aud to enable them to 1 of Patent Medicines, at Til X Tartar for family use ; also Soda and Spices pare, at 17 MAIN STREET. rtOOOINE, AMBB03IA, CAPHEBOUS, KATUABION, TRl- Zvlabalsamum, and all the best preparations for the Hair at WM H. P. STODDARD'S. -tOAL OIL AND BURNING FLFID BY THE gallon or barrel at 17 MAIN STREET. at AND COLORED, small cans Wade's manufacture for sale STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street. DBINTERS INK, BLACK X in 402 BOUNTY For Veteran Volunteers ! MEN OE THE FIBST DISTBIOT OF INDI ANA, the Governor has called for seven or more Companies of Infantry and five Com paniM of Cavalry from this District. Shall he have them ? I call upon yon to give the answer. My answer is, "HE SHALL." Will you endorse it? I think yon will. Your country need your services in the army, and offers you inducemauts which will euable you to leave your families amply provided for. jiny one wishing to recruit for the Regiment by raising Companies, or parts of Companies, will receive commissions for that purpose by applying to me in writing, accompanied by proper recom mendations,, directed to Viliconnog, Indiana, unt the organization or the encampment. GEO. W. GOBMAN, Commandaut 1st District. Other papers in the District please copy. oct2tf 1 LAMPS, LAMP CHIS1NEYS, OLODES AND Shades ; a large aud varied assortment at 17 MAIN STBEKT. W"iziid ofwTHE oldobigTjsal kiud; a supply Just receive! at STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street. NEW SONGS. T BANK NOTICE. TVTI i.1 election for nine Directors lor the First Na tional Bank of Evansville will be held at the Banking House of said Bank' in Evansville, on TUESDAY, January 12, 1864, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. . and o'clock p. m. dec-9t WM. T. PAGE, Cashier. WE'RE PASSING TUB BRIDGE, MOTHER A now and beautiful song. OUB QOOD SHIP SAILS TO-NIGHT. I'M BLIND. JENNIE, MY LOVE. KISS ME GOOD-NIGHT MOTHEB. WINNIE, DABLING, I'LL BE WAITING. ASK IF I LOVE THEE. THE BANNEB OF TnK STABS. I'M LONELT TO-NIGHT. The above songs are all new and good, and for saleat WABBEN A CONYNGTON'S, nov7 No. 1 Main Street, Evansville, ....... GEO. A. BITTROLFF Has Just opened at the old stand TSTo. 48 IVtUST STREET One of tho largest and best selected stocks of WATCHES, CLOCKS AND T jES W lETJ L H. "ST, Diamond Rings and Pins, Silver Ware, Silver Cnps, Soup Ladles, Table and Tea Spoons, Napkin Rings, Butter Rmves. Childrens' Setts, &c.. &c. Plated Ware, Full Tea Sets, Castors, Pitchers, Cnps, Butter Dishes, Salt-Cellars, Goblets, Jewelry, A full assortment ol all kinds of Spectacles, Watch Materials, Watch Glasses, &c, Ac. Having bought my stock for Cash, I caa sen at i th lowest figures for Cash. Call aud examine my I stock Detore purctiasing elsewhere. GEO. A- BITTBOLFF, sepo No. M.iin Sin, t MORGAN, READ & CO., No. OS Main Street, Have in store a splendid as sortment of Ladies' an Misses' TrimmedHats of the latest and most approved styles, viz : Ladies' and Misies' Pet Trimmed Guerrabella ; Ladies' and Misses' Felt Trimmed Coquette ; Ladies' and Misses' Felt Trimmed Eugenia; Ladies' and Misses' Leg; horn Trimmed Eugenia; Ladies' and Misses' Leghorn Trimmed Coquette; Ladies' and Misses' Leghorn Trimmed Gnerrabella; Crescent City Hotel. Mrs. A.Webb, Proprietress ON WATER, BET. MAIN A LOCI ST ST., (0pp. Steamboat Landing,) F.VAXSV1LLE, INDIANA. W A watch for Steamboats kept at all hours. MBS. 'WEBB TAKES PLEASURE IN AN ,1 111 .111 - to the public graerally that she hwi not sold 011I the Crescent City Hotel, as re ported, but is stilt carrying on at the old stand, en Water, between Main arid Locust streets, and would still solicit a sham of the pullic patron am uov21-fm NEW SALOON. SHAEFER S SALOON. BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT, On Third Street between Mails aud Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. oeW-lBi CHANGE OF EXCHANGE A NEW ARRANGEMENT. numerous Besides names and styles other Also, Children's Fancy Trimmed iii "nil l'.:l i 1 ' " ' Hats, all o'f which we will -'"i'f llr.tfJ V- V.' i.-l -.J- '..i-)iVn sell very cheap indeed. Call SAM GRiMMKR ii HARRY JOHNSON having sarchased Theodore's Exchange, ARE FITTING IT UP IN EXCKLLBHT style for a first class BILLIARD SALOON and RK8TAI R ANT. 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 kin.i. :!.-, and the waters of the vasty dee wUl be saade to contribute of their richest stores. Especial attention will be given to the caiwae, which will bs under charg of the most comjietent ai tist. Their Billiard Boom ia large and their TABLES FIRST CLASS. Tht establishment will re-open on Taesday next. A liberal share of public patrwuage is respectfully g licited. mvaod:tm NEW BOOKS. and examine our stock. MORGAN, READ & CO. SOAP AND CANDLES. .it PIANOS. v ..it TWO SPLENDID PIANOS JBST BKCETVED from ths manufacturers, and for sale at WARBEN A CONYNGTON'S. aov25 No. 1 Main street. (Successor to Decker & Bramer), Manufacturer of Lard Oil SOAP AND CANT)LES. Also, an extra articbe of BURNING, BNOTNE, A N CAB OIL Dealers ia Basin, Soda, Asbas, Ac. Also Pure Catawba. Win Df onr own raising, ia quantities to suit pnr chasers, 116 Main Arest, bttwem Tim and Second, KVABSVILLK, ISDIAIU. Terms cash, or 6 days' ps per negotiable ia MUik. . Janao-ly 8TBANGE STORIES OF A DETECTIVE; Or, Curiosities of Crime. BEJECTED WIFE. By Mbj. aeph- THE AGE OF FABLE. By Salfindi. THREE YKABS IN JAPAN. Byi Alcock. VOLUNTEER'S ROLL OF HONOR. SSc. PKPE, THE SCOUT. MARTIN POLE. By tht author of Abel Drake's Wif. SILVER STAB. By May Carleb n . LOST BANE NOTE AND MARTYN WABE'S ,'EMPTATIOE. SH A DOW OT ASIILTBTAT. BLEANOBTJ VICTOBY. By tae sattbor of Au rora iloyd, iV:. SYBIL CAMPBELL. By May CarWton ALL DICKENS' WORKS (In Pamphlet form.) T BH IMF VTS WITH NOTES AND PSALMS. FMIWKit O.V flPBlNGTIMK A pretty Present OOOEY'LADTIH' BOOK FOB DECEMBER. ABTHPB'S H. MAGAZINE, Do. NKW SUPPLY PIIOTOGBAPn BIBLES. Cru- RI PPLY CE PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. MMW SCPPLY OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS For sale, at le H;Kl.l.'S. CLOCKS. Seth Thomas Clocks. KECEINEIs. AN ASSORTMENT OF Setb Thomas Clocks, and ior sale at Second street, b noT28 0. F. EOSENERANK TTJST el IS