OCR Interpretation


Evansville daily journal. (Evansville, Ind.) 1863-1866, December 24, 1863, MORNING EDITION, Image 1

Image and text provided by Indiana State Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86059181/1863-12-24/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

r
TERMS-IS ADVANCE.
ADVERTISING RATES IS DAILY
Business cards (5 lines or iessf, one year $12
aix months... 7
three " ... 4 50
One square (10 lines or lew) one insertion .. 7a
" " three ... i 2ft
" " one week,... I 75
" " one month 6 60
IH Vv'EEKLT.
One square, one insertion . i ion
For each subsequent insertion f 50
Special Notices retained on inside of paper, will
be charged 30 per cent, additional on above rates.
JOURNAL.
FOB DAILY.
,ODTJ mrLJ. - ?"
Slx monthi 00
rhre months I SO
, bandied y carriers t i:V col its I- r w . ik
FOE WEEKLY.
arse monthi-. . f aUIjb'ss 0
x monthi . 85
ne Year -I 1 50
FOB TRI-WEEKLY.
SI x months S 00
One year j - ... 4 00
MI ORNINGr EDITION.
VOLUME X I.
KVANSViLi.r:., IUfD.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24 1863.
ulaaq
ESTABLISHED, 1831
TOil A !J
EVANS VILjLE
WATCHES & JKWELRY.
J. L. BiTTROLFF, JR.,
No. 1, North First 3trea.
An MitireW r.rw Stcck of
Wateiies and Jewelry,
SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, &c.
I WOULD BKSPECTFfLLT INFORM TUB
public that I hTe opened an entirely now an i
fashionable stock of the alove good, wicb. hav-io-
been bought for cuh, I am prepared to soil at
pricei as low a the lowest, aud warrant even
article to be just a- ropresentod. From long ss-perlenc-In
the business, T am confltlent of giving
satisfaction, and hupe to merit a share of tho pub-.
Uc patronage.
Personal attention paid to repairing rPrtsfliesV
Clock and Jewelry.
J. L. BITTROLFF, Jr.,
octl7-lnulAw So. 1, North First Streot.
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Tliilip Deekei',
(Successor to Decker A Kramer),
Manufacturer of Lard Oil
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Atso, an extra article ef
BiRwryo, gjfniNr., and cab oil
Dealers In Rosin, Soda, Ashes, Ac. Also
Puro Catawba Win
f our own raising, in quantities to snit par
chasers,
116 Main Strut, Uttett. Writ and Second,
Evamsvillk, Ihdiaka.
" Terms caib, er 00 days' paper negotiable ia
ik. Isn'Jo-lv
NOTICE.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
o r
Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils.
The undersigned pay their
Particular Attention
To the salo of the above articles, and
SOAP STOCKS GESE1ULLY.
Consignments sent to them will be
PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF
and
Quick Tie turns Made
on very advanced terms. We mall onr Weekly
Circular gratis to all sending their address
to A IS HAM K.AIUIIT A. SONS,
23 Water Street, N. Y. Cttjr.g
iylOdem
it as
DENTIST.
Dr. F. HUTCHINSON,
DENTIST,
HAW removed from
his old office on the
corner of Second aud
Main streets, to his
nr w rooms on First st,
two djore below Main,
next to the Mercantile
Library, old M .
II.1II. He has spared
110 sap. as. for the comfort ami convenience of his
juuiruu ! iviij enlarged and increased his fa
cilities, a Adserimd the assistance of 0110 of th
best workmen in the State. He can now supply
the wants of those desiring his services.
y f
TAR. - HUTt'HINSON HAVING FOR THE
XJ last seven years received the unlimited uit
rouage of the citiens of Kvansville and snrretmd
ing towns and country, would return most sincere
thanks for their appreciation of his skill as a
Dentist, hoping, by untiring energy in secur
ing for his patients all the
LATEST IMPROVEMENTS ASD
INVENTIONS,
lo merit a rnntinnanco of the same favor.
Personal Attention Given In Every
Case. His facilities for tlolng gooit
wm-Sr ;qnil sat tubH.hmMi' '
trie TTnltea States. Every 1 ( 10 of
Artificial Tee tlx 111a.de In 10 astern
Cities are madcbyhlm.
Rat rcnop St all times) given by referring to
persons now wearing the
BE4.UTLFU SETS 0? TEETH
prf-parerl in his ofl.-e. Having !isd much sxp-rl-tmtt
in treatment of irregulartiy of C1I1L
DRE.X'S. TEETH, he would have no hesita
tion ia -ayinir t!f most irreniHr caess can be
entirely corroc ed l y him. Cases can be seen In
this city and county entirely corrected by hint.
CleCt, Palate or openings in Palate sutcesttilly
rrea'tt-3. Scurvy, Neuralgia affections and all dis
eases of t'i ntouth nuccessfully treattsl.
Thae desiring ARTIFICIAL TEST II would di
well to eoijsn't him.
SSTT.Ti'i" v--: v moderate.
IWThe best Anenrthetics for alleviating pain
when extracting teeth. Chloroform givon when
requested. June 22
afWSSsSSBaHl
ism
8 U . II
t . Kr,fil N J
1 THANKFUL FOn THE
" tae received during tho tinst ftul
V libera' pi'.
years. sU '"oinii 1 ersianent resident of tliis citv.
desires all perso. (whether th'-y need his profes
eionsl services or " -t) to visit his rooms and sao the
V a lions StyI- ol work Manafac tared
IaarroveiH5n'.3 aud Invent' on s
maJej'and evervthln that will sshsi rve
the ttit.-re-i of hi patients is secured by him. H I
A. S ,
Estaliiisli men t and Faclllti s
Are eitil to any In
EASTERN CITIES.
.XSHdelH) OTrlTC rr"
Ee huf Several Anaesthetics
ros
Alleviating Pain vrheri Extracting,
Teeth.
ilhsssss ths an mnV.n een be restored to nearly
. herr oil gloat con tour.' All aeslreble styles of
ASTIFI C I A L TEETH,
made any whe.- ill the United States, are made by
him. Irregularities of Children's Teeth suocess
folly eorrectei.-' Those having
-ia DECAYED TEETH
Should either have them Extracted or Filled, (the
latterjf. poa&ible.) The health of the parties ami
thr remain mg Teeth demr.nd K.
NECBALHC AFFM.OTIOh'3 TRK.VTED.
j ALSO CLErT PALATE
Office on First St., Near Post Office.
riiUGS, &c.
Wltf. H. P. STODDARD,
:io. 17 Main Street,
EVASsTILLE, ISD.
r ? 7S -T JO V . . sf . . i .; . i - . - atarf -
TO ARTISTS Ambrotype snd Photograph
stuck of. every description, including ame
r.ia, Chemli .Lls. Cases and Frames -t a large variety
constantly ou hand and for aale st rejsbnable
prices at r
VJI. U. P. STODDARD'S, 17 Main street.
QOITA ASff AND
O for making Soap,
ceived at
CONCENTRATED LYE
A superior article just re
17 MAIN STREET.
TIOSTETTER'3 PLANTATION BITTERS aad
XI German Bitters, ti-Kether with a great variety
oi Patent Medicines, at 17 MAIN STREET,
PURE AND UNADULTERATED CREAM
. Tarter for family use ; auto Soda and Spices
pare, at 17 MAIN STREET.
CA)OTjINE7TvMBR03iA, KATHAltlDlfTTBI.'
CAPUEKOUS, Zyiabalsamum, sad all the
bust preparations for the Hair st
WM. U. P. STODDARD'S.
COAt OIXAN b b ur inolfid-bt the
gallon or barrel at
17 MAIN 8TRIET.
PBINTK3S INK. BTObTaND COLORED",
in small caus Wade's manufactnre for sale
at STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street.
LAMPS, LAM P Cfll MN E YSrCLOB ES AND
Shades : a large and varied assortment at
17 MAIN STREET.
7IZZARD OIL THE OLD ORIGINAL
vv kind; a supplrjnst received at
j STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street.
DRY GOODS.
Arrival of Goods Much Needed.
TITE HAVE JTST RECEIVED A LOT
r -r-r - i
OXAxA. W i,ljJ5.rsKI!;TS.
Plaid Llnsoys,
44 08naburgs and "Xerseys."
Tot sale at fcKEES ft PRESTON'S.
nortl
HAB. D WAI1, &e.
WELiSJELLOGOIC
J j
:
I
DEAI.KK3 IN
i II A. lit 1 W TV It E
N&o IS
FIRST STREET
(SION BIG MILL, SAAV,)
Have received a complete
stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Blarilware9
Purchased and Imported direct from t!ie
Manufacturers
IP O -0 2B
Enabling ns to offer inductmeiite to l''ir
chasers rarely found in tie West. ve
fall the special attention of Dealers to
our large and well selected Stock, con
sisting in part of
Axes All the celebrated
brands,
Chains Log, Trace and
Halter,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Shovels and Spades,
Cotton and Wool Cards,
Wheel Heads,
Weaver's Eeeds,
Spinning Wheels,
Locks, Latches, Butts and
Screws,
Gun Trimmings,
Brass Kettles,
Shot Guns,
Rifles and Revolvers,
CHtallx jrtAlXtp JTlAlULOO,
Hollow Ware,
Dog Irons,
Gum Belting,
Japanned Ware,
Notions Large Stock.
WELLS, KELLOGG & 00 ,
No. 13 First Street.
CLOTHING.
The Best is always the Cheapest.
Especially Is this trne of
Gents' Furnishing. Goodo.
Test it ly oaUtag on
J. H. CAHLIH,
No. 8
FIRST STREET,
(NKAR POST-OFFICE,)
EVANSflLLE, INP.
V
HE UNDERSIGNED nAS JUST RE-
turned from the East, where he has laid in
ono of the best stocks of Clothinz and Gents' Fi ¬
nishing Goods ever brought to this City. My
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting. Ac, wore selected
with an eye single to quality snd style ; and hav
ing become conversant with the taste of our peo
ple, a si satisfied that in this rmrtieular my Goods
will give excellent satisfaction.
Gents Furnishing Goods of every descriptlot
will also be found st my establishment such aa
Gloves. Hosiery, Nock-Ties, Shirts, Collars, Sns-'
penders, Ae.
My facilities for manufactnria . Clothing are
excellent ; and as for Catting Qa: merits to fit lie.
satisfaction no pay. I ask no ouo to take a mean
fitting garment off my hands.
Over-Costings of every vsrwty nd style will be
found at my rstablishotsi:. Though it may
sound unreasonable toi k Overcoats during
the heated term," we must remember that in
"peace is the time to t: is re for war," and in
Summer make our preparations for the cold blasts
of Winter. lo better preparation can be devised
! than the ordering of a good reliable Ovsrsoat,
such as may be fours i at Ho. 8 First Street. .
Orders for Clothing of every description will
i receive the personal attention ofh Bnderig,rted,
1 and will be promptly stksbded to. -The motte at
o. is, Promises pnnctually fuHUlod." ;
Before ordering Fall or Winter suits Gents will
consult their own interest b -eiramirri a k tr,y
Goods and Prices. Remember the place
No. 8 First Street, (near Tost Oiltoe.1
anglS J. H. OARLI.V.
COLLECTOR'S S4L3.
Collector's Sale cf Real Estate for the payment
of the costs and expenses of Sidewalk Improve
ments. i TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BY
X 1 virtue of a precept issued by the Mayor of the
City of Kvansville and to me directed, I will sell
at public auction, st the door of the Court Keuse
in said City, Thursday, December 31, at 10 o'clock
a. m., the followrnc Lots or parcels of Real Estate,
or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the
amount charged and assessed against said Lots re
spectively for the costs and expenses of making
sidewalk improvements npoa said Lots, together
with the costs of sale, and that the said sale will be
continued on the next day thereafter, viz : Friday,
the 1st day of January, 1864, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
the same place for the purpose of selling such prop
erty ss may have been sola on the day above men
onod and not paid for :
BAKER'S ADDITION.
Cnrnick Thomas, t"t i, blk 2 3 9
do lot, blk 2 S f!S I
Carpenter A B, lot TO, blk 2 S 8; I
do lot 11. blk I s
WhittleeeyAT4WU.lot4.bIk2 3 IS ., , , , ,,
do lot 5, blk s 3 w It i said, we are to have the powerful
HnYi''w sri'bia 8 1A Wk u I mgBify-iuf? f?la!3 used hi' the South Car
o eorge, ot , ! olina Secceding Convention, with which
Weaver John, lot ,blk 54 .'..;... 4 15 ; the7 MM .at Wh.at thev had to C01D-
KoeniWG, lot 5, blk 54 4 1 plain ot in the Lmon and to what they
uritz jmod, lot o, oik ns
An. I.-. 7 Mir 1
OP j Bnrtis Johntlot 10, Mk
v . T. n In 1 Mb K7
...21 (,",
t liuii'. i j lift t '
se
7 88
7 88
7 88
8 98
7 50
7 60
Collector.
do lot 2, blk 57..
do lot 3, blk 57
do lot 4, blk 57
do lot 6, blk 57 1
Carpenter A B, lot 12, blk 13")
Sorenson Soren, lot I, blk 134
decl7 Wh. O. BOIPPLE
Ml
JAJpa H. McNIELY.
F. M. THATER.
. JNO. H. McNEBLY.
CH.-'ck the fibm or Tim
' vansviilo J ournai Company.
Journal 13nilding,
LOCUST STREET,
BETWEEN FIRST AND 1TATSE.
TnURSPiT..
.DECEMBER 21
John Bri'lit on (he Strength of Onr
Government. r
John Bright closed hia recent speech
at Rochdale with the following noble
tribute:
Will anybody deny that the Govern
ment at Washington, as regards its own ,
people, is the strongest government in j
the world ai this hour Cheerd And '
for this simple reason, because it is basfd ;
on the. will, and the good, will, of an inj-j
structoil people. Cheers Look at its i
power! I am not now discussing why it '
in, or the 'cause which is developing this
power; out power is the thing which
liven regard in these old countries, and
which they ascribe mainly to European
institutions. But look at the power that
the United States have developed ! They
have brought more men into the field,
they have built more ships for their navy,
they have shown greater resources than
any ration in Europe at this moment i.s
carisble of. Look at the order that has
prevailed at their elections, at which, as
you see by the papers, 50,000, or 100,
000, or 200,000 persons voting in a given
Stale, with less disorder than you have
seen lately in three of the smallest bor-
oughsjn England 'Barnstaple, Windsor,
and Andovcr. Laughter ajrrl cheers.
Look at their industry. Notwithstand
ing this terrinc struggle, their agricul
ture, their manufactories aud commerce
proceed with an uninterrupted success.
They are ruled by a President chosen, it
is trti-Bot from some worn-out voyal or
jnob blood, but :rom the px"plr, and the
otic whose irtitbf'ulneds and .spotless Son
or Ituvt? eltu'pied .bin. universal praise;
and now the country has been villified
through baf the or. an; of England dur
ing the lart three years, and was pointed
oef, too, as an example to be shnnned
by many of your statesmen that coun
try, now in mortal strife, affords a haven
and ajiotae for multitudes flying from
the burdens and tho neglect of the old
Governments of Europe. Cheers. Aud,
when this niottal strife is over when
peace is restored when slavery is de
stroyed when the Union is cemented
afresh, for 1 would say in the language
of one of our oivii poets addressing his
country
" Tho gravs's not du;r. wliero traitor hands shall
May.
In fearful baste thy aa ordered corpse awsy."
loud'chmtrs then Europe and Eng
land may learn that an instructed democ
racy is the surest foundation of Govern
ment, and that education and freedom
are the only sources of true greatness
and true happiness among any people.
Immense cheering.
Sanitary Fair. '
The Chairman of the Commitfeo on
Phfiwai! R4, reports a letter from the
North Pole, r We send you a Urst-class
.-lur.srrt Rortnlis. It carries iU own
gas light." The commitlee think it can
be accommodated in the unoceupit'tl
space above the Bazaar. The same let
ter: "Also, a remarkably fine Iceberg is
on ihe way." The question is how we
shall get them over the mountains.
From .It i a'. The Pope sends one of
his famons hulls, very fame and quiet
saitl to have cast its horns.
Germany sends for the refreshment
room, " The Diet of Worms" and for
the historical cabinet, the original record
of the Council of Trent, said to throw
valuable light on "77ie Tmii! Affair:'
An astronomical society of Europe
sends for the jewelry tables, "TVte Sfhtg
' Stilvmt' anl the "Belts of Jupiter."
"t'be latter are quite large, and show con
siderable waist.
Egvpt is to be represented. One of
the wheels of Pharoah's chariot, fished
up from the Red Sea. One of the lean
kine that another l'haroah saw in a dream
and a bottle of "Egyptian darkness," the
last particularly well preserved.
A committee of Englishmen (nobles,
and merchants and shipbuilders,) send a
very curious article some English
Southern Sympathy. It is said to re
semble exhilarating gas, and to leave
tho inhaler ID a very exhausted state;
also, to cause temporary blindness. On
account of its explosive nature, it is
sent in an iron-clad box, cunningly shap
ed like ft ram, and is packed in Sea Is
land cotton. Whether it will not evapor
ate in our climate before it can reach the
lair, is a question. Physicians suggest
that the smell (it is said to smell very
badly,) might cause such of our wound
ed soldiers as may visit the Fair to feel
a dangerous rushing of blood to the head.
Even rebeldom ia to be represented.
A soldier presents a trophy found in
Bragg's headquarters after the late battle
at Chattanooga. A dead dog, well stuff
ed, having a brass collar, on which is
the inscription: "Jefferson Davis cur
Ensy. Ensy is a name derived from the
Latin word ensis. which signifies a sword
showing that the cur was one of Davis'
dogs of war. It is supposed to have
been left by him on his late visit to
Bragg's army, t'; memorium. It seems
to have died a natural death. It is a
cross of the bloodhound, and shows fea
tures of the two famous Southern breeds
Secession s.nd Chivalry. We opine that
its sire was the celebrated bloodhound
Treas on, so named because of a keen
scent after fugitive slaves, hiding on trees
in the swamps.
In the department of Reptiles is to be
exhibited t he great Copperhead of Ohio,
that was killed by Elertim. It is not in
good preservation. The head is badly
smashed, and,-altogether, it looks as if
all the people in the State had had a kick
at it.
Perhaps among the .home contribu
tions not the least observable will be the
pumpkin-vine from the fertile soil of In
diana, that grew so fast as to chase a
gang of hogs all around the field.
But Kentucky will dispute the honor
of sending the most remarkable natural
phenomenin: the ground squirrel that
nnd a race with a streak of lightning on
a warm fence and beat it, by cutting the
corners, wtnle the ligntning nad to go
8 s
iS werr to eain bv ieavin" it.
3 99 , . , Y
Among minor articles sent in, is a
funny collection of figures of speech,
found among the Southern chivalry,
very puffy and strutty ; ilso from cor
respondent; of news papers, a large vol
ume of Rumors, each of which contra
dicted its predecessor.
We omit led, in the riht place, to give
noniical SotKtv mentioned
above, the credit of a proposition to send
' ihe man in the moon. " It was object
ed that being a lunatic, he would bet
ter suit a Southern exhibition. The
proposition was dropped as " a mere
mailer of moonshine anyhow. "
Appropos of natural phenomena
cart anybody inform the conmittee of the
address of the ioyll man who has got to
go into the garret to combtis hair and
into the cellar to tie his.shees? Can be
bs procured? It is rumored ha is coin
ing, ' hot it lacks confirmation." Cin.
Gazette.
Gen. Grant on toe Corner Stokk.
In a private letter of General Grant to
Hon. E. B. Washburne, dated August
13th, 1S63, be thus gives his opinion on
tho smashing of the corner stone of the
rebellion. The New York Herald's de
nial of the genuinness of this letter,
when it was quoted by Senator Wilson,
has brought out the publication of its
precise language ana date:
The people of North need not quarrel
over the institution of slavery. What
Vice-President Stephens acknowledges
as the corner stone of the Confederacy,
is already knocked out. Slavery is al
ready dead, and cannot be resurrected.
It would require a standing army to
maintain slavery in the South, if we
were to make peace to-day, guaranteeing
to the South all their former constitution
al privileges. I never was an Abolition
ist not even what would be called anti
slavery but I try to judge honestly and
fairly, and it became patent to my mind,
early in the rebellion, that the .North
and South could never live at peace with
each other, except as one nation, and
that without slavery. As anxions as I
am to see peace established, I wonld not,
therefore, be willing to see any settle
ment until this question is forever set
t ed.
Democratic Ejtbl;m or Liberty The
Caucassian, a bold copperhead paper in
New York, publishes an advertisement
for ': copperhead breast-pins," and calls
attention to it ns follows:
We call attention to the Advertise
ment of "Copperheads, attention!" in
another column of this paper, and trust
that every true Democrat will promptly
supply himself with a " copperhead "
breast-pin, and that within the next sixty
days the grand old emblem of liberty
will shine out on tho bosoms of a million
of northern freemen.
MEDICIAL.
A Valuable Medicine
FOR EVERY FAMILY.
DRl'GiSISTS IN ALL
SiH-tions of the citv
aiiit country it-rp on
hand bHJ'jSsXHI aud re-
command as a tonlo,
stimuliintand ; i tu r.
Uolisssk's Stomach Bit
ters. APOTHICAKIKS IN
all sections of the city
and country krri in
at K-k, sell nnd dispnsi
,s a tonic rU4iac
section of tho city and
country approve and r--comuiesid
as n tsii,' Ko
Imck's StMtaeR Uitlers.
ttSOCXM in all ase
. tions of tl.o city and
cishistrv keep constantly
applied with and ih nl
In u ' k - Stassach
; Bitten.
IIOTKLS in all sec
tions of the 'ily and
country are supplied
with and "ntin 't keeji
a HotM, without a
stock or Kohaek's Stomach Bitters.
HOSPITALS ttooiihjiut tle ui myxif the North
li f.iiindii i!l.llspoua!l!, tunic, aud are unin,
li.r tho s.ddieis Rolisck's-Stomach Uitters
St'TLKU.s in every. fttin.ent ..nght to have
and many havo Introduced, and highly recom
mend Kohaek's Stomach Hitters.
LAUTRS, old and joytnjr, for BilliiuHrss, Liver
rVispl.tlnts, Lnn jnor, Wcukncss mi l tttiiicrul 1),.
t ililv, are rccotu mended to use V.nback's Btoma'ch
Bittrs.
KVKllVBODT who desires a poOd tonic, for
Kivir. tono to tho spirits, a healthy appetite and
strength to the system generally, slHiphl not fail
to utiy a bottle of Kohaek's Stonmch it i Iters.
UK. C. W. KOB.trK,
Proprietor, CinoinDiJLi.
Office and Mauufactory Nos. 6898. and 61
East Third Street.
tasTFor sale by all Druggists everywhere.
ang'ii
MARBLE WORKS.
UKLH0RN & r.RINKMAN,
Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers in
aMURKAX Ui'0 ITALIAX MARBLE.
Slain Street Near Court House.
KVAKSVILTiK, - - - INDIANA
Ass-Monuments, M
Inds of Kurnitaro W
cuted in the latest an
ties. Tombs, Vases, and all
xiieatly and promptly ex
I cst styles. deel
Just HoooiVodL,
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
Blarble Manufactory,
WARE AND SALES R003I
No. 3.84:
MAIN STREET,
Near the Canal
y
0m facilities for furnishing those wishing
30.M ME.XTS,
liSAVESTOXKS,
TOMBS,
MANTLE ,
r anything else In onr line, are Bnsnppassed in
he West
Onr Stock of Marble Is complete, having been
si ected with great care at the Quarries. mytMl.Vw
SEWING MACHINES.
F.
M. 8BLLMAN HAVING FITTED UP AN
ofltee, No. :i5 Main Street, will keen, as here
tofore, a good assortment of Wheeler A Wilson's
and Singers Sowing aminos and Needles, Silk
Thread and oil, and everything that is connected
with tli- business, and will ivqiairall lrlrtd ol Sew
ing Ma. nines and put on new improvements.
Jy21 F. M. SKLLMAM, A'g't.
BOOT3 & SHOES.
Mi s u 1
I-5 O m Z
' 0 ? w - H i
. g 2 !
i " 3 I t i
2 . M H O GQ
1 B ; i I 2 S i
K Q $ o
S o' o o i
c .
V V r C
. h
0 S
3 Pi
1 e3 a
r B
NEW
BOOT & SHOE STORE.
E L L
1 i roceived, at
35 MAIN STREET
A.liro and sun fully selected slock of
BOOTS, SHOES, (UTTERS, SLIPPERS,
OmUi&BSiSSPB WEAR,
Ov yuie lathst mutt, rnicn i: is
selling as low us any house in tho city. TImi
public are iuviteil to call and o.vnrttrtie tlo.'al.i and
I'rbjes before purcliHsiug elsewneiv. He warrants
His goods to ;;ive sal isfa.tiou. No trouble to
IhVtt gsods.
Mending done FREE 017 CHARGE, should
they premattirelv give ay.
F. M. SKLI.MAN,
Evansvin -, Bspt. IS, 1 SO:;. Ss M tiu Street.
MAIN
TialKT.
.... ' i -v
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
PKAT.EBS ra
BOOTS A NO SHOES,
AND
Hats & Caps,
iffo. 15 Main Street,
EVANSVlLLE.l DIANA
INSURANCE AGENUif.
HOM K
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New York.
Office 112 and 114 Broadway
With a Cash Capital all j-aid in of
ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
ASSETS JULY 1st, 1S00
5i,ovv,oou
The Horse Insurance Company Insures against
Loss or Damage by Fire ou Dwellings and their
contents, for a term of from I to 5 years on tho
most favorable terms. Stores, Warehouses, Stocks
of Merchandize, Produce, Manufactories, Machine
3.i all insurable property, st fair and eo,nitabhx.
P.IM TlH Art V
INLAND NAVIGATION
And Transportatloifc, Shipnifuts upon the Rivers,
Lakes, Canals and Railroads, as low as the nature
of the risks will bear, with fairness to the assured
aud the Coniiany.
A'ljnating all losses fairly, snd pr nptly paying
them. CHAS. J. MARTIN, Pres't.
A. F. WILMARTH, Vice Pres't.
J. Milton Smith, Secretary.
Job MeOns, Ass't Sec'y.
Applications made to and policies Issued by
A. C. n.VLLBCK SON, Ae'ts,
First Street, nuar Post OsTJcS.
INCORPORATED 1847
CITY
Fire Insurance Company,
OF
HARTFORD, CONN.
Capita, S450,pOO
B. C. WATTE, Sec'v. C. B. BOWERS, Pres't.
S. A. PRICE, Oueral Agent,
Residing at Chicago, Ilia.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $027,540.
This Company insures against loss and damage
by fire on Dwellings and their Contents, Stores,
Warehouses, btocss or 31erenan!ize, and all lnsur
I able property at as reasonable rates of premium as
any other solvent and reliable Compauy, Adjusting
, Lou fairly and faying them promptly.
Applications made to and Policies issued by
A. C. HAULECK A SON.,
First Street, near Post Office,
augil-lyd Evansvillk, Imd.
F. Ai . S E L L!si AN
No.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
JCST RKOIITEP, A 61'LENDID ASSOBT
MKST of nicely Uecoratod French China
Motto Cups and Saucers all sizes ;
Cut Glass Gilt Colognes ;
Alabaster and Gilt Toilet Bottles ;
For sale low liy
M. A. LAWRENCE.
18 Main Street
TOY TEA SETS.
Fn.ST RKCKIVKP A FIXH ASSORTMENT OT
Children's Toy Tea Sets, all sizes and patterns,
and for sale cheap by
M. A. LAWRENCE,
18 Main Street.
BOHEMIAN CLASS.
JUST OPENED .V 8PLENDID ASSORTMENT
of rich
Cut Bohemian Glass,
Consisting of Cut becanters, Cnt Wins P.ottles,
floblets. wines; TuiuMer., Cordials, Cologne,
Toilet Bottles, Wine .Sets, Celeries, Spoon Hold
ers, eard lh.-ctiv. rs, c . Jtc, aud for sale loir by
M. A. LAWRENCE,
18 Main Street
PARIAN WARE.
JDBT OPRNINO A SPLENDID ASSORT
MKNT of Parian Ware, snitahls for Christmas
and New Tear Presents, couaistiog of Vss.-ic vari-
us sissw,) Pitchers, Toilt aud Jewelry Boskss, io.,
Ac. For sal-.1 low bv
M. A. LAWRENCE,
18 Main Street
r
LAVA ",J7CrAI1.353.
JCST RECEITKD AN ASSORTMENT OF
tho celebrated Lavs Ware; nonsistin; of Tes-
aots.&wsf.arid Oressi Howls, Cuiis au l Siiucers'
ScgarFtantU, Tebacui Boxes, Card Kecoivers, Jtc,
c. For sale low by
M. A. LAWRENCE,
18 Main Street
SILVER PLATED WARE. I
IUST RBCKIYINI BIRKtT FROM I'M H
.r luiiiiiusciiimrs, a sioniioi assortment or Silver
Platfd Ware, oxtia qnality, and t tha latest
styles and patterns, consist log i Tea and CoOos
Sets, Grecian styles; Coffeo I'nis, Urtvisn style:
Ilea's1! VAffBStStAStSSi Sa" tie. s'or
M. A. LAWRENCE,
18 Main Street,
IL 1
CLOTHING.
UNITED STATES
Wholesale Clothing
AND
FURNISHING HOUSE.
Clothing for
the Million!
xoil -t
L- LOEWENTHAL & CO.,
gain in tho market, st
stand
the old well known
Cor. Main and First Sts.,
Which ha Weon ralmilt and enlnxfjed,) with tin
largest and beat selocted stock, uf
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
am
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goou
Ever Opened In this Market.
OTTR OLD CUSTOMERS AM) THE TRABR
generally aro respect fully invited to call and
examine our (lords and prices twfore purchasing
elsewliure, as we teel assured we can offrr Buperiwr
inducements to ' ASM buyers.
One of onr firm resides In New Tcrk. and has
hail many years experience in buying nad manu
facturing, and devotes his whole time to
Pure )isl i ; and Snperlntentlln) t lie
Mannfacturliig Department,
And as we buy exclusively for CASH, wo can snd
will sell as low to the trade as any
House East or West.
sep 11
DRUGGISTS.
FAMILY IE STGBB
WM. E. HALLOCK,
h'O. W, FIRST STREET, NEAR POST OFFICE,
I I
AS JCST RECEIVKD nOSTETTER'S Plan-
J . tation and Holland's Bitters; also a large
variety of all the Patent Medicines.
T-
C10C0AINE, AMUR. 'SI A. K ATHAIRON TRT-
eorherons. an ! all the most celebrated pre
parations for the Hair, can rc found at
No. 10 8outh First Street.
PURE AND UNADULTERATED CEEAM
Tartar, expressly for family use; also Seda
and Spices, at
HALLOCK'S Ding Store.
s
ELT.ERS COUGn CURE,
STRICKLAND
and Mellifluous Cough Balsam, Cherry Pi
Cherry Pcc
gh Cure and
toral, Hall's Balaam,
Brown's Troohes. At
Gary's Cough Cnro
WM. E. HALLOCK'S Drug Store.
TOT PAINTS IN SEE AT VARt ET 1 :.D
Prices, Lead Pensils, Pens, iL'!i rn, Lettsr
Paper, Envelopes. At No. 10 First Street.
PERFUMERY, SOAPS, TOILET ARTCLES,
Pomades, Cosmetiques, Tooth. Nail, Flesh,
Hair and Cloth Brushes; Combs iu great variety.
May be found at
WM. K. HALLOCK'S Drug Store.
; ffPRB FURS!! FURS!!!
HTE ABE NOW KEGKITINO A VERY
large and well assorted stock of Ladies' aud
Missea's faacv Furs, comprising in part the fol
lowing: Sable, Mink, Russian Fitch, Stone Mar
tin Fisher, Lyus. flerman Fitch, Siberian Squir
rel, Bruise, fienef. Swaas Down, and fur trim -miegs
of every descriptions. Gentlemen's Fur
Collars and Olova, Children's Bars, Muffs, CoHs,
either separate or In sets. Having selected the
goods ourselves, customers can rely on getting the
very best grade of goods and at prices as low as
the lowest.
HATS AND CAPS.
Onr stock of Hats and Caps for Men and Boy's, Is
now complete, having just bean replenished with
the very latest Winter sty Ik, gotten an with care
under our own supervision.
MISSES FELT HATS.
Latest New York styles.
INFANT'S HATS.
Fancy and plain, a very lags assortment,
new styles.
FANCY CAPS,
Of which we are receiving a splendid assortment.
YACTIKB A MARCONN1BR.
No. 30 Main Stroet.
MEDICAL.
CANCERS
plAN BK PERMANENTLY CURED WITH
out pain, caustic eating, or the use of the
knife, by
DR. W C. COI'DEX,
The Doctor hasaueceeefully treated Cancers many
years in Cincinnati, Ohio, bnt is now located in
Terre Haute, Ind.. and will visit Kvansville-once
a month. H will be found at the Washington
House Dec. 17th and 18th, Jan. 8th and 9th. Feb.
5th and r.th, and March 11th and 12th. All those
afflict'd with Cancers or any other chronis dis
ease, will find it to their advantage to call and
consult with him Consultation fow.
His Cancer antidote is the most wondertnl dis
covery ever made In medicine. Its ojieratlon Is
truly astonishing without parallel and Is the
only known sntidote for Cancers or canccroos af
fecti ms. It can lie applied to the naked eye. or
an op.n wonnd aa freely as water ; by this means
large Cancers can be removed from the vital part,
wh,Te no other treatment conld possiblv be used.
All surgical operations onrform.d with aqcress.
Address Dr. W. C. COUDKN, Box 540 Terre
Hante, Indiana. decS-3m
STOVES, &c.
c-t-
(f)
H
O
m
m
a.
c
o
Til
I
W
W
i
0
w
w
w
a
o
d
RP
O
O
at
go
m
a
a
q
a
d
w
if !
-
w
a O
I B
0
o
cr
o
O
e
B
p
S?
a
H
m
-.
i
M0
05 f
8!
fv
&5
!
H
o
-
H
g
O
S!
o
o
o
o
Ps
o
a
O
O P
S- g
3
v O
0 3
: k
73
m
H
m
m
CLOTHING.
R E M OVAL.
GOLDMAN, BERG & CO.,
Wholesale Clothiers,
Have removed to the corner of
FIRST & SYCAMORE STREETS,
(Opposite the Grocery Store of Bement A Vlele,)
where they offer to their friends and the
trade generally a vory large stock of
AT
WHOLESALE EXCLUSIVELY.
Every article of which being manufactured by
themselves at 3n; Market Street, Philadelphia,
buyers will have
Only One Profit to Pay.
Also a foil line ot
Boys' ClotHlns,
Ajsa
Gentlemen's Fnriiishius (Jooik
We
Sell at Eastern Prices
Traniportail'in added.
with
WHARF BOATS.
j. t. COX. r. v. h: vriiEET.
COX & HUMPHREY,
ForwardiDg & Commission
MERCHANTS,
STEAMbOAT AGENTS & WHARF
BOAT PROPRIETORS,
And Agents Louisville & Henderson
and Evanivllle oc Cairo
Packet Companies,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
FOR TnE ESPECIAL ACCOMMODATION OF
Louisville A Memphis and Cincinnati A
Memphis Packets and transient Boats, we have
just purchased another larg and comm -dious
WHARF-BOAT, which it now at the wharf, foot
of Sycamore street, which will give ns great addi
tional fa ilities for receivine and forwarding
goods. All freiihtf r the Louisville A Cairo pack
, ets will he received as usnal at tho upper wharf
; boat, aud for all other boats at the sne just pur
. chased. Freight received at all hours, both dsy
i and night.
ICS For promptness and strict attention to
business, wa refer to Cap. A. Donally, Capt. J.
II. Bunco. Messrs. Bement A iele, Messrs. Sher
I ley A Wool folk, Capt. H. T. DsTtter, Capt. F. M.
i Davidson, Movers. Krats A Heilman, T. M'Erwln
1 A C04 Cant. J. Biitsinpillrr, Gapt. J. A. Lusk,
1 Samuel Orr, I j , Mogrchoad A C?. dsclt
LINIMENT.
DR. J. WOODRUFF'S
HORSE IIIOMENT,
Manufactured by
LEIGH & CARLSTEDT,
Wholesale Draggists,
EVAXSVILLE. IND.
THIS LINIMENT If 8 BEEN PRESCRIBED
by DR. JOSEPH WoiMiRUFr iu s practice
of some twenty years for
Rheumatism,
Bruises,
Sprains,
Ulcerous Sores,
Scratches,
Wounds,
Cracked Heels,
Founders, &c,
With the most unparalleled success, eSectia
cures in a number of cases where other re medio
utterly failed. It it alto the bast. Liniment la
the human body ever dlscoved, having air.-., pei
sons who have been confined to their 1J by tl
most agonizing pains of Rheumatism, etc, u
some cases as long as thmo years.
We do not propose, liks so many proprietors of
Patent Med-cnes to gin the favor of the public
by publishing the cert incites of persons who
perhaps nevsr have existed or whose resi
dence,, are thoaaauds of mites distant from the
manufacturer, bnt teel conSdcaU the Liniment
will speak for itself. We would refer to the fol
lowing well known citizens and others, who have
used Hi- Linimeat and are acquainted with its
virtues:
Setchell A Bowles, FA. Degarmo,
Mrs. IVgsrmo, tvd .monK.aas,
Henry Do lenlioff, Ronald Fisher,
Joseph Knhnr ('apt. Kobiuaua,
Mrs. Kd. Bowles, , Col. Rheinlander.
John !I-wton,
We mold add hundreds of others, bnt believe
tbi above to tie sufficieut.
The money will be refunded io all eases where
the Lusicwajit duos not give aatisfiv tion.
Price 25 ceata par bottle. For sale by
LK1CH t CABLSTBDT,
novin.Sm 34 BIsia! Street.
STEAM BAKERY."
Bread for the Hungry !
NEW STEAM BAKERY,
Wo. IX
WATER STREET,
KVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
WE DF.SIRK TO INFORM THB CITIZKNS
of Kvansville, and the community iu gen
eral, that our
NEW STEAM BAKERY,
MO. 11 WATKR STREKT,
Is now ia snocossful operation, and we shall keep
coustantly on hand and make to order, on short
notice, all articles made at like manufactories;
such as Bread, Cakes, Pics, Crackers, Ac, Ae.
Being supplied with all the modem machinery
to faciliato ns in onr business, we flatter tfurselres
that we can give the most ample satfaaaction iu
tho qnality of our goods and in prices.
We will also keep on band a largo and choice
stock of Confections, Fruit.-, Nuts, Cigars, Ac., to
which we call attention.
Orders for public or private Parties, Festival,
Balls, Ac , Ac , promptly filled on reasonable
terms. se.1tf A. WILD A CO.
SADDLERY.
T. B. KAdHE
THE NEW FIRM.
n'E. THF, SUBSCRIBERS, WII0LKSALI
manufacturers of Saddles, Bridles, Collars
Harness, ,tc. desin to inform the public that w
have largely increased our stock ou hand, and hsT
close application ourselves and the employment
of good workman in onr shops, we are ante to fur
nish on short notice shy and all kinds and quanti
ties of work to snit the trade. Thsise who will
favor us with a call, can satisfy themselves, that
they ran procure, at lower prices, good substan
tial, fancy and durable work of as than they caa
anywhere else, (and far better than '.he Eastern
shop-work.) .
The members of the firm being practical work
man tlietnertves, attending fieriioually to all
orders with promptness, care and dispatch, deter
mined that none shall excel In style of finish or
quality of work, give better satisfaction to thoss
patronizing ns; Rvl confident it will bo to the
Interest of all to cosie and see (br themselves be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Store on Locust Street, above the Sherwood
House, hotween First and Second Streets No. 2r.
N. B. Guarantee all we sell,
sep-i W. F. CO K WIN A CO.
REMOVAL,.
riiHK UNDERSIONKD FIRM HAVE RH-
X moved their Saddlery establishment to the
Corner of Main aud Second Street, in the room oc-
cepied by Fred. Krone, deceased.
C. WOLFF & J. KROEfSCH,
at AirpTACTtrmrns or Aim nr. a i.r us in
SadiHos. Harnesw,
COLLARS, &c., &c,
Main Street, Cor. Second,
(Store fonnerlv ocenppled hy Fred. Krone. )
A.AU orders attended to with dispatch. Work
wnTanted. novl5-ly
TOYS & FANCY GOODS.
Toys and Fancy Goods
AT
Wholesale and Retail.
Til K LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF
Toys and Fancy Goods will be found st
WARREN & CONYNGTON'S,
No. 1 Main Street.
Having bought our stock at first hands, we will
duplicate Cincinnati bills. We Invite thn trade
to call and look through onr establishment.
Every immaginable 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, ice
India Rubber Toys,
Rocking aud Spring Hones,
Wagons. Carts, Sleighs,
Velocipedoes and Children's Cabs.
Baskets of all kinds,
China Tea Sets and Figures.
Beautiful Jhristmas 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 Bags and Wire Purses,
Cornucopias, Paper Boxes, &c,
for Candies ;
Wax Candles and Moss for Christ
mas Trees ;
Musical Goods of every kind
always on hand :
MELODEONS,
VIOLINS,
Gsrxxitajf is , 3F"litosaj
ACCORDEONS,
MUSICAL BOXES, &c., &c.
WARREN & C0NYNGT0N.
BOT21-2u
BANK ELECTION.
rpHE STOCKHOLDERS IN THE EVANS
J. VILLE Branch of the Bank of the Stat- of
; Indians aro hereby notifted that the aanual elec-
tion will be held at the Bauking House, in Xvans
1 Till--, on Tuesday, January 6th, ISM, between the
hours f 10 o'clock a ra. and 3 o'clock p. m . for
' five Directors to serve theeosn-ing year.
' Bv order of tho Board of Directors.
ucaidawtt SAM'L BAYARD, Cashier.
i

xml | txt