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FOR SALE.
THE STEAMBOAT MONROE
U oit re;! for wis o n resousb'.e
trms. For furfaer partienltn en
quire on board thTwat. daela-aJ
TOR SALE A fine to nz D irham
Cow calf a
JS few oats old. Few, if any, can be
found in
Europe to excel her.
dec28-3t
Apply to
Asnrxvr ebskine.
Centre Township.
T70R SALE A
VERY SUPERIOR ENGINE
J? an
md boiler, made by Keiti A TUnev ; Engine,
10 inch cyler.der, 2 feet stroke; Boiler, 12 inches
diameter, with two floes and made of Tory heaTy
tron.
Also, three lergs Force rumps, two of which
arc soluble for pumping a mine; nlo, a orn
Screen, complete, with shafting, glaring and pul
leys ; also, one single and one double Blast Fan.
the w boh? or any portion of tbe above property
can -be bought Try cheap for rash. Enquire of
Jeel5-dw CONVERSE CLEMENT.
'HOSE IN want of good wood LAN BK j
TlinU3F.l HAM I.I.1WU ,UJL i
1 supplied by leaviiir their orders at Charles j
McJohnston's S:ove. on Main street
yiain street, near tne Me
nal. To insure Dromn'. delivery, leave the cash
with theordsr. decs THOS.D.SMYTH
i;uK SALE A HOUSE AND
LOT ON THE
JF riT,
riTcr bank, south of Guin street. The house
is aisaost naw. contains 6 m ini, hall, pantry,
Ac. Gord stabla, wood-shed, outbuildings, Ac.
Lot (2 feet front by 150 feet deep.
A bargain will be given inquire at this office,
r of JNO. S. McCOBKLK.
T7VB 8ALE A FARM OF ' 44) ACRES, LO
t1 CATEl) ajioat t miles from the city ; In high
state of cnl'.ivali -.n : of tin- best soil, Frao, Honse,
good fences; on reasonable terms. Apply to
JAC B STNZK'H A SON,
nov33 Water bet. Sycamon. snd Vine.
House and Lot for Saler
ONE OT THE MOST DESIRABLE RESI
DENCES In tbi city for Bale; in romplete
order, containing ten Rooms with Cbandal iers and
Braekstts " for Gas, two brick Cistern', Stable,
Wood, Coal snd Oot-Uonses, a good dry brick
Cellar U teet square, well lighted.
,. Tb? Hooa is .wo'.'o ieJT.SS. fSHit"??.1n?
with a good substantia! fence. Corner of Oak snd
Water streets, above tbe residence of Robert
Barnes, Esq. Enquire of
octlO-tf CHARLrS BABCOCR,
No. 8 Main 8'reet.
SALE OF CITY LOTS.
T."OR SALE THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
F City Lots and timber land :
Part of Lot 10, wittsVhous, fronting 40 f.et
on Tiiin.' and 80 feet on Sycamore streets. ThU is
a choice lot, one square from the Conrt nonse,
now occupied by John Griess aud Fred Wahusied
ler. Lots 5, 6, 9 and 10, in Seminary tr.net, tbe two
former on Main street, opposite the Railroad De
pot, the latter two immediately back of the for
mer, on Sycamore street. Free of city taxes.
Honse and Lot No. 17. Block 10, RowleyTille,
one square from the Railroad Depot. Also Lot 10
in RowleyTille.
Lots 3 and 4, in Block 3, in Sullivan Enlarge
ment. Two 40 acre tracts in Perry Township, good
timlier land, three and foor miles from the city.
Also 1G0 acres in Union Township, heavy tim
bered, seven miles from the city.
This is all good property, and for sale on rea
sonable terms, by
deco-lm CHRISTIAN DECKER.
LOST.
0,
FIRST STREET, BETWEEN C11ESNUT
ai d Svcaraore. a black velvet Belt and Gold
Bockle. The finder will be liberally rewarded
and moire the thanks of the owner by tearing
it at tbe store of G. MA' .11 EE A CO.
decSO lw
ON CHRISTMAS DAY. A SAFE KEY. TnE
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving
it at this office.
dec30 3t
FOR RENT.
F
OR RENT. A SMALL FARM, ABOUT
two miles from ETansTille, below Pizeon
Creek. There is a good frame bouse of fonr rooms
unon tbe premises. Possession given first Jann-
sry. There is an abundance of nmestone npon
the farm and a kiln for burning lime. For furth
er part iculars enquire of O. E. LEWIS,
dec 22
THE LAROK BRICK BUILDINGS, CORNER
of Locust and Water streets, now occupied by
the Quartermaster's Department.
For particulars enquire of
ALEX. F08TER.
At Warehouse of Foster Gwynn A Co.
declt-dtf
FOR RENT OR SALE.
T7KTt KENT OR SALE A
BEAUTIFULLY
A si
itnated Residecce. near the Salt Wells, with
stent two acres of Lsnd. Will trade for good
eity property. Enquire of
K. E. MINGST, cor. Main and First.
A ANTS,
dee-l
77
otwHiiaii nmiwj. enquire at
D. BEAR, eor. 4th aud Main.
WANTED -SITUATION BY A YOUNG
man, who is ready and willing to work
something in she grocery line referred ; stands
ready for employment and exp, riauce in any
thing. Enquire at this office. dec29-3t
W5TD f "MEDIATELY, two Wheeler A
Wilson's SewiBg Machine Operatrrs. Con
stant employment will be giren by applying at J
Smiths Shirt Manufactory, No. S South Second
street, Evansville, Ind. decir-2w
WEDNESDAY..
.DECEMBER 20
' SI. THAYER,
K. SILVERTHORS,.
Editor.
..Associate.
NEWS SUMMARY.
On our first page will be found some
interesting items. Among others, a card
from the Adjutant-General concerning
the draft; an account of a meeting of
the New York receivers and exporters
of tobacco; and a statement of the rea
sons which impel Congressmen to labor
for the repeal of the $800 exemption
clause of the Conscription Law; also, a
statement of the efforts makinir bv the
Kentucky Legislature to have the draft
in that State postponed.
By the morning report we have nothing
important. Some little skirmishing has
grown out of the shifting of some por
tions of the army, but not of a serious
character. Both armies, we think, are
in snug winter quarters. Changes are
being made in the heads of the quarter
master and commissary departments of
the Potomac army. They have been
determined upon none to soon. Great
frauds have beai perpetrated in that
branch of tha army, and the Govern
ment ought to have detected them before
this. "We are pleased to see, however,
that tbe perpetrators of the frauds are
being held to a rigid accountability, and
mat the old Capitol P
nsou is receiring
them daily.
The Richmond papers furnish a couple
of items; one a canard from Mobile, and
the other an account of the gloom at
Richmond over Averill's raid.
A Washington dispatch announces
that Chief-Justice Taney is lying at the
point of death It seems Gen. Gil
more had orgauized an expedition to at
tack Savannah, which was abandoned
because of the return of soldiers who had
been sent to the assistance of Bra
re
Gen. Hooker, it, is rumored, has been
suddenly ordered to Washington We
have several arrivals from the West In
dies, but obtain no news of importance.
t&l'he Atlanta Appeal says, Gen.
Joseph Johnston is to take the supreme
head of affair', with General Bragg as
chief of staff, a combination long sought
by the country, and presenting a cheer
ing front for the future. We have no
words to express our delight at so equit
able, popular and proper an adjustment
of the vexed problem. With Johnston to
plan, supervise and direct, and with
IJragg to conduct office details and po
lice of army, it will restore confidence as
it will oe itself restored. Both people
and army will accept this tardy tribute
to thir discerning good sense with grati
tude and confidence.
In for thC Draft. ;
I Igiuil ivn iiiii) . . v m j
ThP nM nmvprh: " whafis rvodV '
bujvnesi is nobody s business," never had
a better il!astfton than that furnished
by this lownship in the matter of raising
voluuterv -Everybody desire to e?cape
the draft. Everybody is anxious to see
the quota of this township filled by will-
in. soldiers. Everybody will deplore ;
the humiliation resulting from the draft.
- I .
Yet nobody takes much interest in pre
venting the result they will so. much re
gret. Our country townships have proven
themselves more than a match for us,
; in financiering and most of them have
completed their quotas and feel easy
TfiOV are now ready tO eniOV tho COnster-
- - .
nation of the town people when tneir
names are drawn from the box of fatei
and they are seen running to and fro in
search of substitutes.
We think we are safo in the assertion
that three-fourths of the men who have
been credited to out-townships were re
cruited in this city. They were single
men, had no permanent abiding place,
and had no objections to being
credited to the township that furn'
ished the readiest pay and most of
it. Profiting by this tact, our inenas
in the country raised the money to pay
liberal bounties, and at once entered the
rewnrtRriyrtfrya a,$ilg&lQLtiVi
of recruits before Pigeon township mov
ed in the matter at all. It is true, a sub
scription had been taken up to aid re
cruiting officers to the extent of $10 per
every man enlisted, but, unfortunately,
that subscription was re-called, when the
Council voted an appropriation of $100
bounty to every volunteer credited to
this township. Our opinion is, that if
that subscription had not been withdrawn
but had been paid over in addition to the
bounty paid by the City Council, our
nuota would have been mustered into
the service before this. But how did tbe
thing work ? The county townships at
once increased their bounty to $105 and
$110 per man and-continued to get most
of the recruits.
At the present time, we judge-Pigeon
township to be about 75 men behind.
Tho large bounties are paid by Govern
ment only till January 5th. With the
withdrawal of the large bounties, volun
teering will altogether cease. The draft
will then be called on to make up the
deficiency. There remain seven working
days in which to raise 75 men an aver
age of over 10 men a day. The state
ment of the proposition shows the char
acter of the work required to save our
city from the disgrace of a draft. We
say disgrace, because there is no neces
sity for it; and if it takes place, it will
be owing entirely to ihe supinencss and
indifference of our people. What shall
be done? Shall we make another effort,
or let the thing go by default and take
our chances ? And what are the chan
oes ?
Seventy-five men are not many, in
comparison with a population like ours.
But, short 75 men, means a draft for 112
fifty per cent added to the deficiency.
The chances for esoape are good, even in
fnn.il?; But- LU eeW4r
be the lucky ones ?
Jnst as apt to be
B al .1 as.
one as me omer. it may be me, it may
be you. It is sure to be some of us.
Why not insure against its being any of
us, by devoting time and money to raise
volunteers? When men insure their
property they don't expect to burn oat
Rni U : . f c ...
u' rntsj leDon nir iear n oiay get on
fire. So, although a man may think he
will not be drafted, it were wise in him
to insure against the possibility of it
Hitherto, the very men who are liable
to the draft and will experience the most
difficulty in obtaining money to secure
substitutes, have been most apathetic in
raising money or recruits. The wealthy
merchants can afford to pay large prices
for substitutes, but can tho mechanic and
day laborer ?
Why not, then, act with foresight and
make an effort to raise our quota of vol
unteers. Suppose several mechanics
agree to take hold of this matter, visit
their brother mechanics, and ascertain
how much each one wiil give toward
making un a fund to hp mM
additional to that offered by the city.
There is not a mechanic in Evansville,
but would willingly give from five to ten
dollars to avoid even the possibility of a
draft All that is required is, for some
enterprising men to make a move in tbe
matter and start the subscription. Tbe
loss of a couple of day's time may look
serious, but what is that compared with
the loss that will be experienced either
in hiring a substitute or enduring the
fatigue and dangers of a soldier's life.
Rkcrtjits for thi 120th. On Mon
day evening a company of volunteers,
about 50 or 60 in number, arrived in our
eity from Boonville, escorted by the
Boonville brass band. They were ex-
; amined by Surgeon Ralston, and most of
them accepted and mustered in. One
young fellow, whose arm had once been
broken and badly set, was refused at first
He took on terribly, and with tears in his
eyes, asserted that he would rather go
to a place somewhat celebrated for the
warmth of its atmosphere than to go
back home. Mr. Ralston then examin
ed his arm still more carefully and be
came satisfied that it was capable of do-
, ing good service against rebels, and told
him he might go with the other boys.
I His iov was unbonniierl nnri h .onA..j
aD0Ut Pr,ectlJ w''d h delight.
Jesteraay morning the company
marched to the denot. th hnnrl .
head, keeping tip the enthusiasm of the
A I wa CS V I LlJ
men, with its patriotic airs. A patriotic
speech or two was made near the depot,
the boys got aboard the train and bid
ding good bye to friends were soon off
for camp.
We learn that Col. Oorman !,,,
I some 600 or 700 men now in camp at
j incennes, and that he is recruiting very
fast There seems to be little doubt that
j he wiil fill his regiment, and lead it to
the field. It will be composed of good
men, and we are assured will fully sus
tain the reputation achieved for our
State by her gallant sons, in battles
fought and victories won.
TMirjinii 'T.twnvl'.itl
Sfc" A gontleinan riding on the cars
i-w e i-i
from Sew York; on Tuesday week; TalP
a &eat beside an Irish woman, whose ap- j
pearance showed .her to have been drink- !
ing too freely. He was discussing the
capture of the Chesapeake with another
gentleman, when the woman scornfully ;
I ii mi t. 11
interrupted, mat isn i an ncimei.
There's things going on in Philadelphia
that' il surprise you still worse. There s
a ve-sel there going to California, that'll
go the same way with the Chesapeake.
On reaching Philadelphia the gentle
man laid the information before Collec
lit T T '
tor Thomas. A visit was paid to a cer- j
tain vessel, and sure enounh the identi- i
cal Irish woman was found on bo.ml
of
her. Beyond this it is only necessary to
add that any set of buccaneers who
cut a vessel out of that port will have
their hands full. Collector Thomas has
means to avert any such attempt.
8f Henrv Stuart Foote, popularlv 1
j known as " Hangman Foote," is report- I
ed as having said, a few days ago, in the
I rebel debating society at Richmond, joc
' ularly called a Congress, that Jeff. Davis
" never visited the army without doing
it an injury that whenever he visited
it, disaster followed and he charged
him with " almost having ruined tbe
country.'' Spread yourself, Foote! you
are on the right scent now; kill your
game, and then die yourself, before you
perpetrate some act which wiil cause you
again to be ""written down an ass." It
W tUMlfajr&iJjMafti 'ICP'luCj'i'ynS
traitor Davis. Ilis fellow-knaves see
their doom approaching, and call in the
" Hangman " as an accuser of the chief.
The scaffold will vet be cheated by the
violent death of Davis, at the hands of
some of those ho has betrayed into degra
dation and ruin. Nash. Union.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OFFICIAL.
Evassvilli, Decemler 29, 1SC3.
A LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE
Post Office at Evansville, Indiana, Dec.
28, 1SS3. Persons calling for those letters will
!! say " AdTertisen," snd give date of list.
Advertising fee, one cent.
GERMAN LIST.
ladies' list.
Lorch Fredorlkaj
Liircb Mrs Chus
tinman Lonisa
Pflsterer Louisa
Kaba JoliRiina
RaetzCaroHn'
ltitlenbon4e Caroline
c'cbulz Eliza
Pnger Joe,'phina
Woll Elizabeth
2 Wlgel Elizubeth
Birdis Anna E
Bossenmeir Maria
Tryfoos Luisa
En'ce'- Kathnrina
KUer Elisabeth
Fluihr Mary A
tvoha Dorothea
Horner Carol iue
Keall.loek Clara'
Kramer Kathrina
Kleinwort Mrs
Lennarlz Lizzie
GE.1TLSJIES S Ligr.
Adrian B
Arndt O W
AdlerM
BuriiEcr H
Boliuger John
Brandenb'-rger II
Bo.hmer P
Bandera Winderolh
Purgralo F
Born Wendsl
Brose D
BiuMe M
Cckrs John
Rrtel Robt
Eissler Martin
Feldwerth B
FiaeMar F
Guth Fritz'
Grnenner Romau.
Groffe M
Hodman Wn
Hubert John
Hartmann Geo.
Hartb Jacob
HeltL B2
Hemmer H 2
Holtmsn Luis
Heinlein G C
Judy Adolph
.Touch Joseph
Krister John C
Kaffenberirer Jno
Koenlc? John
Kilo PeUr
K nhn .Inn
Lambors J
B
Neater Valentine
Nifz Albert
Ncster Corp Jac
Nolte Au
Oetinger Fred
l'feifrr Jos
Pickhardt Wr.
Pfaflle Jac r
Reel ling's: Jacob
Raisnec Hanry
Itothiid Anton
!' Jhcivb
fcichar i floury
9iby: Wm,
Seller John II
Ptetter Oeo
Springer Go tlteb
Stofts H C
Scbenk FricdVtick.
Schmltt John
Bonier Jacob
Scbmitt 0 W I
Scbeuimelman H
Lee bode Fred
SchulzGeo
Schuetzo Wm
Seheer Jarobf
Shear Frisk,
Tohil Jobtv
Vogt CaI
Wass m Wendet
WeisVimsc Phil
Wis Wm
V. lUi.ttimi
Wolf John
Wlarert Jac
Ti'uug Kuglebert
u ii nail iri,.r,l'i
Kleiuwort Gnstav
Kappler M m
Loeba John
LahrWm '.
Llpper I,ui. l;
JAS. H. M'NEEV.Y, P.
ST.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
FROM Tim FA Ili GROUND AT IV1VK.
VLI.E on the & of NoTen,T,e, I B,v"
";'whi.et.n;:"",n',
i e white on him, paces und,;r Any .ui
findiair him. write to the uu,le.i,... .V
Verm
I nd.
d.
3Dllr-Iw
H. C. W. REDMAN.
REWARD.
rp ENTY-FlYE DOLLARS WtWAItP WILL
t.P? f"r""on Inf-rn.ati.a,! will le, to
the detection or conviction f ,
Ig'V VWrtsWtowa wi Ik! Cumber, Etf
j..i ' rre'"u committed otl
i tr depre-
i.iinsiiuas eve.
V. BAKKIt,
snranSTtsa. Ivc 20.
Mayor's Office
Mayor.
NOTICE.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
o r
Tallow, Lwrd, Bacon, Pork, Bef,
AKn
GENERAL WESTERN PRODUCE
Tile undersigned pay their
Particular Attention
To-the sale of the above articles, and
Consignments sent to them will be
PROMPTLY DISPOSED OT
and
Quick Returns Marf
on very advanced terms. We mail our WtcAiy
K.r" to all sendinr their add-.,.
to
...'; " IvSiIGHT ot SONS.
water Street, N. If. City.
jvIOdly
TO INVALIDS.
New Year's Greeting.
FROM
Br. C. W. ROEACK
TO
INVALIDS EVERYWHERE.
Time's Throne since Order, Lifeand Light
Sprang, at God's call from shapeless night
Has ne'er been vacant ; still we sii'g
"The King is dead " and ' Live the Kin- "
Wlien of the royal race of Tears
The reigning monarch disappears.
E'en as booms forth the Death-bells tone
A young successor mounts the throne
Kino. Sixiy-Thkek's career is or
Hall to the new King Sixty-Fopb !
Though Battle's thnuder shnka ih
And war-drums beat, anJ trumpets blare,
Smiles in tho North, TbiumThant Tadv'
Sustained by enterprise and skill.
Material interests flourish still.
Ths tillers of the frnitfnl soil
Enjoy the harvest of their toil.
And in our cities plenty reigns,
While hops the Nation's heart snstsins.
Wc know the Union once restored.
Into (its sheath shall drop the sword.
And from war's smoke, with strife'i i urcease.
Bursts robed in light tbe angel Psjacs
Meanwhile my pleasant task shall be
To set Disease's Captives free.
Pain to prevent, relieve, and cure,
And health bnild np on basis sure.
My Stomach Bittkks, toM of harm,
Act on DYsrrpsiA like a charm,
Restore the system's (one, and quite
Bring back a long appetite;
Debility with ttrenyth replace.
With health's hue tint the palid face.
And new vitality dispense
To every organ, nerve snd sense.
ii virus with infection rife,
Polutes the rudy stream of lif,.,
Cleans it at once and he.ilth instill
Uiththe Blood Pt airiitr. and Pill.
In short, there'snot mu ailmem kssssea
That has not aa by proofs I've shown
Been conquered, since across the seas
I brought my peerlees remedies.
Or, if a stimulant you need.
From every thing pernicious free,!.
Pure, soothiim, comforting and milj.
The Gbape'h Klixik Uxr.Eni.En,
My Old Catawsa Bbasdt try,
EutUrtedby ail the f ',,,,,,.
In Soldieb s Hoars snd Hospitals
For this the careful surgeon calls,
Beoans no other stimuli
Can, Tor the sick, its place supply ;
Adulteration spoils the rest,
But this comes ont free from evarv ffsi
Like thrice tried gold-pure. unalLyed
Of every base Ingredient void
Some wuh their friends s joylvl teak,
i will dn more, I offer here
The means to solace pain and woe.
And keep at bay tha st.althv fee
WfcarcAs a.. our strength., ud ease.
That curse with many na-nes-Dis ease
If you Prl7.e health on Bosack caU '
Aad now A Glad New Yea to Ali .
m
NLWS by
TELEGRAPH.
EY TEE E. A W. LINE.
Exclusively for the Journal.
Washington Items.
Position of Armies Change Among ,
Quartermaster and Commissaries
Scarcity of Officers for Negro Re
giments Fraudulent Contractors
aad Officials Coming to Grief.
Washington, Dec. 28. Officers from
the front to-night say a small regular
cavalry force holds both banks of the
Ilapidati at Raccoon Ford. Our forces
occupy Cedar Mountain.
There was a little skirmishing vester-
day, occasioned, it is supposed, bv our
army extending its picket lines
on
the
right.
The rebel army has gone into winter
quarters, between Gordonsville and Or
ange Court House.
Gen. Rufua Ingalls, Chief Quarter
master, and Col. Clark, Chief Commis
sary Army of the Potomac, were to-day
relieved. Gen. Ingall's successor has
not yet been announced. Col. Clark has
been ordered to New York. Maj. Wil
son takes his place.
The exigencies of the service require
many more officers for the colored regi
ments principally line officers. Gen.
Casey's Board is hard at work examin
ing candidates, but is unable to supply
the demand. Sixty captains and lieu
tenants are wanted immediately. One
hundred and fifty would be received in
tlaajMusyl two wppIis if ihpv rnnld Ka nK-
Of 800 horses sent to Gen. Butler from
New York for cavalry service in his de
partment, 700 have been condemned as
worthless.
Investigation into the Quartermaster's
T-k - . . . ... ...
uepartmenr at Aiexandia is still pro
gressing, and the old capital prison re
ceivesalmost daily some of thepartiesim
plicated in the recent frauds. Contractors
come in for a full share of penalties.
Major Nelson H. Davis Assistant In
spector of the U. S. A., late of the Army
of the Potomac, has been announced as
Inspector General for the Department of
New Mexico.
Rebel Items.
Mobile Canard Gloom
mond.
at Rich.
Mobile, Dee. 24. Two white regi
ments sent down to Fort Jackson had
not recovered the Fort, and were fighting
on Saturday.
Richmond papers are gloomy over the
effect of Averill's raid.
An Important Action of the Citj
Council Sanitary Fair Receipts.
Cincinnati, Dec. 29. The City Coun
cil yesterday passed resolutions author
izing the construction of a railroad
track through the street connecting with
tbe Little Miami and Indianapolis aud
Cincinnati railroad.
The cash receipts at the Sanitary Fair
up to Monday, were nearly $85,000.
New York Items.
Judge Tanty st the Point of Death
Attack on Savannah Postponed
Several Kxpcdltlons Afoot Arrival
of several Steamers (it a. Hooker
Ordered to Washington.
New York, Dec. 29 The Tribunes
Washington disfatch says Chief Justice
Taney is lying at the point of death.
It is said, in States such as Wisconsin
and Michigan, in which the first draft is
not yet completed, they will be called on
firt.
The claja submitted by Gen. Gillmore,
troops who had been t'o &55?
Several expeditions are afoot, from
which good results are anticipated.
It is stated that Quartermaster Gen
eral Meiga is to be reinstated in his of
fice. The World's dispatch says it is ru
mored to night that Hooker has been
suddenly ordered to Washington.
The steamer Harmonia, from South
ampton 10th, has arrived. No news.
The steamer Roanoke, from Havana
23d, aud the steamer Tubal Cain from
St. Domingo 7th, have arrived here.
1 he rebellion in St. Domingo was still
progressing. There are about 10,000
Spanish troops there, but they cannot
penetrate into the interior
the bad roads and the guerrillas.
ine Spanish war steamer, Alva, was
burned at Canary Island, causing a na
val hiss of a large quantity of stores
muskets, tents, &c.
Iliver and Weather.
PiTTsnim;, Dec. 2'.'. River eight feet
five inches by the pier mark and rising
Weather cloudy.
Cincinnati, Dec. 29. River risen 2
feet. Pier 19 feet in the channel.
Weather clear. Theraometer 44. Bar
ometer 29 30.
NEW BOOKS.
WAS HE SUCCESSFUL. By Kembsl
ggg0' T AMEICAN NOTES
wxfBirBfcO. or TE WORLD OF SCHOOL
WHIP, JJOE AND SW02D.
PECULIAR.
TTIONAiIPAIC;X FIKES F THE VOtJ
QUEEN MABE. By Julia Ksvnnauh
TALB8 OF A WAYSIDE INN. By Longfellow,
j LIGHT ON SHADOWED PATHS. By Arthur
BREAKFAST IN BED. By Sala.
I EDITHS MINISTBY.
I STARS AND BARS. By Kelso. -
THE DAYS OF SHODDY.
PARLOR CHARADES.
HUSKS. By Marhin Harlaud.
LOUIS' LAST TERM. By author of Butledge.
MY FARM AT EDGEWOOD. By Ike Marvel
At DOBBLL'S,
NOTICE.
A LL VANDERBURGH COUNTY OKDKRS
XA dra ring interest, which were indorsed prior
to August 1st, 1S63, will be redeemed by present
ing them to the Comity Treasurer. No interest
accruing after this date will be paid
. " . LEBOY CALVEBT,
decli-dAwlw County Treasurer
NOTICE.
Leopard Loweuthsl 1
. n.d. At I Before Ben. Stinson, Justice
Henry Orbcudofer, oi the Peace.
vs
A. E. Gerhart
f TT APPEARING
Y THE RTTFUV nr Tnr
Constable made herein that ,;,! a. -i,.,, tm .
rwident of" the State of Indiana, the said Gerhart i
therefore hereby notified to appear to answer in
swid action at my office, in the citv of Evansville
a the 23d day of January, 1864, at 9 o'clock
a- a., or the saiae will be determined in his ab
"gfc BEN. STINSON,
lcci9-3tw Justice of the Peace.
ATTENTION !
Or.nrE Pbovost Hi
abmiax, Fian Distbict, Isn.
J
r-vausvnie, Ind. Dec. 26.
TT HAS BEEN ORDERED BY THE WAR DE
1 '"AKTMENT. that after tho Sth day of Janua-
I tho navmentof all IiountiM
to voluteers
".fesse.'-fpt trwone hnn-ed dollar bounty !
. .. 1 .. J r
i'ioriiru lur.-n lite Act l unma
mih-u iur .-n ine Act t ( anrM I
Lotetary ntan, therefore, who thinks about vol
unteering, so at once, as now is the time their
servicesaro needed, and an tha liberal houuties
now paid. triBeosooo be stopped.
There an- recruiting officers in the District from
almost every oi regiment in tbe held, from this
p:irt of tbe Stab, as well as new regiments form
ing, so that a sassi can have his own choice, as to
where he will enter 'V.e service. Besides sll this,
unless we will till up onr quota by volunteering it
will most certainly be made up lor us by a draft
Can we not avoid this? Let every man whocani
come up at once and volunteer, aud receive the
large bouutK-s--$302 for new recruits and $02 for
veterans. BTYTHE HE HYNES,
Captain A Provost Marshal, 1st District.
Boekport IXmocrat, Princetou Clarion. Vincen
connes Gazetto and Washington Telegraph, pleas
copy and seud I ill to Capt. BLYTHE HYNES,
Provost Marshal.
Evansviile, lad.
REGULAR PACKET.
For Memphis.
'JHE FINE PASSENGER PACKET
O XT IE 'W.
CAPT.C.R. BUDD TOM. E. WHEELER, Clk
WiLL LEAVE FOR MEMPHIS ON
Wednesday, the 3)th Inst. , st 10
o'clock, A. M. For freight or pas-
sags app'v on board or to JNO. B. HALL,
dec29 Agent.
For New Orleans.
rpHE SPLENDID SIDE WHEEL STEAMER
I HARRY McDOUOAL MASTER.
im-H WILL LEAVE FOR NEW OR
m3SZr LEANS on Thursday, tha :U.-!
! JmmMmSak inst.,atloYlock, M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
COX A HUMPHREY.
Agent.
dec29
NOTICE.
THE MBMBERS OF SCHILLER LODOE, NO
133,1.0.0. F., are hereby notified Hint at
their regular meeting, on Fri.l.iy evening, 1st of
January, 1864, there will be an election for Tnroc
Trustees, to serre one year.
A full attendance is requested.
By order of ADAM MAN, N. O.
L. Umo, Sec'ry. '1
MANTUA MAKING.
CLOAK, MANTILLA
AND
reset Tils.n.s
ESTABLISHMENT.
MRS. ELIZA SPEIGLEESRG,
X First street, would respectfully announce to
her friends and patrons that she will clos6 out the
present stock, consisting of Talmas, Circles and
Basque of tbe best materials and latest styles.
Cloth Hoaks and Dress Trimmings and Fancy
Qoods ; Hail Nets, Hal Dresses, and many other
articles too numerous to mention, at greatly re
duced prices, as she intends to make an entire
change in her business. Persons wishing a bar
gain had better give her a call lrefors purchasing
elsewhere. Mas. KLIZA SPEIGLEBERG,
deelH 13 First St., bet. Main aud Locust.
NOTICE.
Notice to Masters of Steamers.
SURVEYORS OTFICE, )
Evansville, Indiana -December,
22d, 1Ho3. )
The Regulations of the Treasury Department
require overy Boat r ceiving freight at this landing
to exhibit s complete manifest of the cargo on
board, and upon that to obtain a Clearance at this
office, before leaving port.
The Regulations further provide, Article 40:
"All vessels, boats, and other vehicles , used for
transnortation, vlolttine Regulations or LochI
Rules, will be forfeited to the United States. '
The undersigned will hereafter rigidly enforce
these Regulations In all cases.
dlw A. L. .ROBINSON, Surveyor.
STOVE WORKS.
W. BSINXVSTEB. A. HTLBLIXO
S0UTHEEN STOVE W0EKS.
BR1NKMEYER & CO.,
Manufacturer of
Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Bailings,
House, Fronts, "Verandas,
Balconies, Castings in General,
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, &c
ftsT Sales Boom Main Street, opposite Court
Bosses.
sWFoundery Near the Mouth of Pigeon Creek
EVANSVILLE, IND.
ORDERS SOLICITKD -W my9
WATCHES AND CLOCKS.
C. W. ERNST,
vv Atol3La3sXtSwl.e:r
and dealer in
Watches, Clocks & Jewelry,
First Street, Opp. Mozart Hall,
ETANSVTLLE, INDIANA.
Wstches and Clocks B-; ..-d and Warranted.
arT have naw on hand a good stock sfWassksa
and Clocks, Fine and Plated Jewelry, Gold Pens.
Spectacles, Ac, which I ana offering as low as any
other concern in the city.
.w i !,., C. W. ERXST.
AMUSESTENT.
The Original Picture From BUUs'a
Saloon, Sew York.
CUTTING'S
MAMMOTH P0LY0RAMA
Of the War,
Antonio Bros. t- T. F. Chambers, P,o.t
Will open at
CRESCENT CITY HALL.
Two TVigrlits Only.
Friday & Saturday, Jan. 1st & 2d.
rpHIS COLOSSAL PICTURE OF TflK WAR
uas oeeu exnioited in all the principal ojiiea
of the Union, to tbe ualiersil satisfaction of
crowded and delighted audiencesthe moit capac
ious halls being insufficient to accommodate tbe
immense throngs who flock to witness it. This
graud picture gives all the illustrations of the b.it
Me fields of the present war, and calls to mii.d,
with earnestness, the horrors piodnccd bv thi
unholy rebellion.
Uoors open at fi- first scene at 7
25 cts. ; Children 15 cts.
Admi-.sien
Grand Matinee
for families, ou Saturday a"- ter
noon, at 2 o'clock
See Programme.
dec'2.1
TOBACCO & SNUFF.
ESTABLISHED 1760.
PETEE IOEILLAED.
SNUFF &, TOBACCO
ItVtctiot iJi.a,otisi.ior ,
16 & IS CHAMBERS ST.,
(Formerly 42 Chatham Street, New York 1
, j .. .. ..
, oiuu can me intent urn or Dealers to the articles
of his manufacture, viz.:
BROWS SSfTJFF. J
Macaboy, Dfmigros.
Fino Rappee, pnre Virginia,
Coarse Rappee, Nichitoches,
American Gentleman, Copenhagan.
TKbLOW SKUFF.
8w,,'h. Honey Dew Scotch,
High Toast Scotch, Freh Honev Dw Scotch,
Irish High Toast, Fresh Scotch,
or Lundvfoot,
IWAttentiou is called to the large reduction in
prices of fine-Cut Chewin-and SmokiDg Tobaccos,
which will be found of a Superior Qualitv.
TOBACCO.
SSIOKIKS. FISI CUT CUEWIXU. SM0K1N0.
Long. V. A. L., or plain. 6. Jago
No. 1, Cavendish, or Saret, Spanish.
No. 2, Sweet Scented Oronoro, Canaster
Nos. 11 2 mixed, Tin Foiled Cavendish, Turkish
Granulated
N. B. A circular of prices will bo snt on
api-ncnioii. dec2S.ly
PROPOASLS.
urriCS 1.0MMISSABY OrSlBSlSTEN-CE, ASP AfT-")
i.veAss'T QuABTiaM'a V
Evansville, Ind., Dec. 26th, 1SG3. J
CEALED PROPOSALS ( IN DUPLICATE )
s ifum iurs( nanus aja inim rjtivi.a ioi n
Lniled 8tatea Government only, will be received
at this office, until January 5th, 1864, at 12 o'clock
M., lor furnishing the following stores for the
Subsistence Department of the United States Ki
my, vir ;
500 Barrels Flour.
60,000 Pounds Potatoes.
15,000 Pounds Beans.
50,000 Pounds Bacon.
Fresh Beef for the United Stales troops supplied
from this place, (this contract to commence on
of January, 1864, and continue in force un
til the 30th of April, 1864.
Also, the following Quartermaster Stores
60 Tuns Loose Hay.
100 Tuns Baled Hay.
100 Cords Wood.
Coal in such qnantiesas tbe Q'larterrnaster De
partment should require to meet the demands of
the public service at thiaj post, for the period of
three months.
Bidders will be governed by the following speci
cations : B
The Loose Hay mu t be delivered at such timo
a-1Dncn quantities, as the Quartermaster at
s J iMict
It must be of tbe best onalitv.
The Hay will bo weighed when inspected, and
the weight so ;determited, shell he the purehasa
weight.
1.1. , , . .
oaitfu my mim be MMBMjr Uled ami tight
! ly preAaed.
JOVT1 in seeled envelope.
: addresssd to tho undersigned, and endorsed " Pro
posals for (name of tho articls)."
A copy of this sdvertisement (a slip from a news
paper) must be attached to each proposal, and ac-
1 compauied with two responsible names as securi
J ties.
J-ayment to be made in such funds a
furnished by tbe Treasury Department
may bo
for that.
. JrSUl'BC
j The right to reject any bids unreasonsble isre
; served.
( SBidders are invited to bo pmssent
I ing of the bids.
at the open-
. M F. H. EHRMAN
1 dee2 Capt. C. S. A A. A. Q. M
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
g
g
EARDWAEE AT LOW PEICES.
Meet Cutters and Samnge Stuf-
fers ;
Patent Meat Cutters and Stuf
fers, (combined) ;
0
s
Axes, Lippincott'i
and Taneyck's ;
White's
Axe Handles aud Wedges ;
Wood, Hand and Ripping Saws
of Spear and Jackson, Diss
ion's and others ;
it
Cross Cut Saws,
patent ;
common aad
Mill Saws, Rowland's, Ic. ;
Butcher's Files, Chisels and
n m
Razors ;
Table and Pocket Cutlery ;
Shears and Scissors ;
Tea and Table Spoans ;
Tea aud Connter Scales ;
Scale Beams;
Butchet Knives and Saws;
Wilson's Steels ;
Cleavers and Choppers ;
Molasses Gates and Cedar fau
cets ;
Hay and Straw Knives;
Gra'n and Coal Shovels;
Shovels and Spades ;
ChainsLog, Trace and llalter ;
k
Wi-3
Selves and Uat Traps ;
Brushes and Cnrry Com;
Door Locks, Illnges and Ssrews
Chain Pumps;
5 f
19
o
o
o
Ohio Tool Ce.
Truss Hoops ;
Planes and
Barton's Cooper T i ols ;
Cabinet Hardware;
Shovels, Tongs and Staads;
CB
S
o
B
9
o
Steel Fire Setts.
For sale by .
JACOB STB.tUB" A SON.
MEDICIAL.
A Valuable Medicine
FOR EVERY FAMILY.
DRUGGISTS IN ALL
sections of the city
aud country jeep on
hand bny, sell and re
commend as a tonic,
stimulant and appetiser,
Boback's Stomach Bit
ters. APOTHECARIES IN
alt sections of the city
aud country keep In
atoek, sell and dispense
as a tonic Bobauk's
Stomach Bitters.
BHY'SICIANS in all
section of the city and
country npprove and re
commeud as a tonic Ro
back'. Stomach Ritters
UROCERS in all sec
Hons of the tttm
country keep constantly I
supplied with and deal j
in Boback's Stomach I
Bitters.
HOTELS in all sec
tions of the citv and :
country are supplied
with and "cannot keep
n Hotel." Uithnnr .
stuck of Kol.uck's Stomach Bitters.
HOSPITALS throughout thearmy of tho North
nave found an indispensable tonic, and are using
for the soldiers Boback's Stomsch Bitters.
SUTLERS in every regiment ought to have
and many have introduced, and highly recom.
mend Boback's Stomach Bitters.
LADIES, old and young, for Billiousneas, Liver
omplaints. Languor. Weakness and ger. ral De
bility, are recommended to use Boback's S.oniach
Bitters.
EVERYBODY who desires a good I'.nle for
giving tone to the spirits, a healthv nun. i!t .-a
o ne system generally, should not fall
to ouy a bottle of Boback's Stomach Bitters
DR. C. W. ROBACK,
Proprietor, Cincinnati.
Office and Manufactory Nos. 56, 58, 60 and C2
East Third Street.
WFor sale by all Druggists everywhere,
ania
GROCERIES.
TURKETS ! TURRETS !-Two hundred choice
fat Turkeys ; fur sale at
ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
ittA.BH.KtllES0 bbls Cultivated Cranber
Vy ries ;
500 lbs prime new Currants:
20 boxes new Layer Baisens ;
30 quarter boxes Layer Baisens ;
200 11 choice Genoa Citron ;
For sale at
ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
HO!
fr
FOR BUCKWHEAT cakes 2.nnn
fresh Buckwheat just received at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
QBEEN APPLES A splendid lot for sale at
ELLIOTT'S Family G roeery .
POTATOES 1
2,000 I nshels whits Neshaanoek Potatoes ;
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY .
0 rf BBLS, TURNIPS
OJf At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
Cl IDEE lo barrels choice Champaign Cider:
for sale at
ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
S" HOULDERS AND HAMS "
15 000 lbs plain City Cured Hams ;
2,000 lbs Cincinnati sugar cur d Hams :
10,000 lbs Shoulders ;
20,000 lbs clear Bacon. For sa'e at
ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
ICKLKS "
R dozen plain 1 gallon Pickles ;
5 do mix'd 1 do do;
10 do V. zallon nlain do:
10
6
do
do hZ An mirod Am.
do
Chi
ow Chow. For salo at
ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
SHOE BRUSHES 100 dosen assorted kinds of
Shoe Brushes at
BLLMTT'S Family Grocery
3 S
IT' C--
W P
M8 0 uBi
s; c " la h
05 g" P as1
is I M H
13 K
5- hsl 3
2. 'J 4 M
i t 81
HARDWARE.
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
JOSEPH FENDRICH & BR03.
Ko. 153 Forest Street, efc 49 South
BALTIMORE, MD.
JOHN FENDEICH & BEOS., j
COLUMBIA, PA.,
AND
I FEHOBfGH & BROS.,
Evansville, Ind ,
Branches of the Baltimore IIotisc
ANrrACTfEecs or
u a e a as
4TOBAOO
V7"K ARE NOW TnK MOST KXTKNSIYK
Manufacturers, in our line, in the State. We
ofler the following Tobacco sad Cigars, of our own
manufacture, for sale :
200 Boxes of Five Lump per pound Cts.
200 Boxes of 10 Lump per pound CO Cts.
200 Boxes Frank's Orange Lamp "r lb ".'. Cts.
300 Voce Bud, In Caddies, p?r pouud OO Cts.
300 Boxes Barow's. in CaudieA.
300 Csddies Peach Leaf, per pound GO Cts.
X) Kl Dorado, Light, per pound l 00
300 Caddies Pancake, Light, per pnnnd 8 Cts.
100 Boxes Sun Cured Tobacco yi lb 55 Cts
4,000 lbs Home Spun Twist Tobacco ;
1,0(10 Barrels Smoking Tobacco ;
200 boxes Boud's Scotch Snuff;
50 Half Barrels Fiuo-Cut Chewing Tobacco;
100 BIer,chaam Pipes ;
100 Gross Briar and Wood Pipes ;
200,1100 Clay Pipes, assorted ;
100 Gruss Kubber Pipes ;
10,000 assorted Pipe Stems ;
25,IX' Ceuha Cigars ;
24,0" o Henry CM C'Istu-s, first's ;
26,000 Henry Clay Cigars, Second's ;
2',0I0 La Ttapoleou Cigars;
30,000 El Brutas Cigars ;
200,0X1 Half Spanish Cigars ;
200,000 Srgareets ;
220.000 La Salvadina Cigars ;
409,000 Packs Smoking Tobacco ;
60 Drams Turkish Smcking Tobacco ;
1,000 Bales Klnnicanick Smoking Tobacco;
50 Drums Shanghie ;
2,000 Pounds Mackaboy Snuff;
2,000 French Snuff.
Merchants and Store-Keepers, look to their
interest ; examine eur large stock.
lVo. 27
Main Street, Sales Room
Factory, Cor. Locust & Water Sts.
Ws manufacture all the above goods, and will sel
30 per cent, cheapei than any House ia our State.
We would call the attention of Merchants who
deal in our line, to buy from the manufacturers,
where they ran save 30 per cent.
F. FKNDRlCH ft BROS.,
ap21 Evansville, Indiana.
PUBLIC SALE.
THE FOLLOWING BAGGAGE REMAINING
in the baggage room of the E. A C. Railroad
Depot at Evansville, Indiana, for a longer period
than one rear, and numbered from 1 to 45, 'if un
called for by the 23d day of January, 1SS1, will be
offered for sale at auction on SATURDAY of said
date. Sale at the Freight Depot on Saturday, at
10 o'clock 1. . :
No mark 1 box Sundries 1
do 1 box do a
do 1 Trunk 9
de 1 do
do 1 do
E. C. Emory, Pittsburg Handing, 1 Trunk..
Aok1 'JtU-JJ'"""'-
fn . .
' i , aiiiornia
No mark
l f.s ,....;",...;;i.
Mo mark
do
do r "
do 1 Suinninr Wha.-I
Samuel Wilder, 1 box Sundries....
No msrk, I Hat Box it
do I Band Box jc
do 1 do w
do 1 Carpet Bag
do 1 do JZZZ 2"'
do 1 do
de 1 do
do 1 do r-.i.".. i.T!. H
dc 1 do " ot
dc 1 do "i IT! -' Tl
do 1 do 2S
do I Bbl MssaaJsiS i ..".Tl 20
do 1 Csrge: Bag mm
2 J J ..ns
do 1 do 30
do 1 do ..." vj
do 1 do ii
do 1 Tin Box
do 1 do '.' j
do 1 Tin Bath Tub.'.'.'..".'.'.'. "." 3
MB Butler. Coronea Station, DeKaib count v.'
Indisna, 1 box Sundries ' m
No Mark, 1 Tin Oil Can ...
John Schaelrr, 1 Beer Keg ' 40
No mark, bbl Cooking Ft attars. 41
do 1 bdl Spokes 4S
F. F. B , Mobile, Ala., 1 Trunk
No mark 1 I'araaol , 4
E. Jaoobs, Evausvillc, IuJ., 1 Iwx 'Hardware !5
A E. 811 RA DEli,
Fraijht and Ticlret Agent.
PICTURES.
JLm O O Shi E3 Tl? Si
AXD
BREAST-PIU
Pict
11 i e s
COritD TO
IFE SIZE
And all manner of Stvlei of
PICTURES,
AT
A ,I.,,,r,' DL L nn
uaiuB inuugidpu uaum,
(Over Post Office.)
sees
TO CONTRACTORS.
'T'HE UNDEBSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
'd proposals at their store until the 31st
day or ths present month for brickwork, stone
work and carpenter ork necessary lor tbe erec
n".of ,a jnagogue in the citv or Evansville.
The drawing, and specifications lor ssid bnil l
ing can be seen at tbe office of Mestrs. Mursinna
A Boyd, Architects.
Bids will be received for tbe whole or for auv
' ' 'HP'-- D. HEIMANN,
22lil 62 Main Street.
PAPER MILLS.
EVANSVILLE
PAPER MILLS,
LKICH A CARLSTEDT, Agents.
WE MANUFACTURE WRAPPING PAPBB
equal to any made, and at Cincinnati prices
Prices sent on application to the Aireats,
jy 10s Sm
GROCERIES.
a c. TTBtxt-sr. as. atoos. w. j. sceo
WHEEL EE, RIGGS & STJGG,
Wholet U dealers in
SAJLT, COTTON YARNS
Nails, "Window Class, Sash, Doors, Ac.
o. 11 North First Street,
Corner of sycamore.
EVANSTILLa, INDIA5A.
COPARTNERSHIP
TI7E HAVE ASSOCIATED WITB" CS WM J
v Sugg, late of Uniontown, Ay., is the
WbolesakOrocervbnsineis. The styUeftho firm
will be Wheclsr.Risirs A Sngf.
WHERLKR A RIOOS.
STRIPS
40 "bl XXX Bertrand Byrop i
If. Ik
60 lo gal. kegs
so bbls Hxoelslsr "
4ov;bbis "
10bbl3floney "
25 " N.O Molasses.
For sale cheap by
nov2S WniKLKR. RTOOt A 8GO.
G
LASS! GLASS
100 boxes eX 10 Glass, -'City ;"
73 KiXU '
25 " 9X12 "
25 " X14 "
Jj - 9X15 '
2i " 10X16 "
2S ' 10X16 "
16 ' l')X18 "
25 " Pint Flasks;
i Quart Flasks;
10 " Jan;
IS " gallon Jars;
20 1
On hand aud for sale cheap by
WHEELER, MOM SUflG.
J1
ST RF.CEIVED AND FOR SALE CHEAP
60 boxes a sorted Candy ;
05 ' assorted Uum Drops ;
25 " Lozeng'B ;
40 " Fancy Candy ; .
25 ' FireCrackers.
And a variety of Christiaaa Flxias. By
WHF.ELER, RIUGS A SUGG.
71RU1TS AND NUTS
50 Lot. f Layer Basins;
50 " M B.
75 C bx Layer
100 14 bx " "
500 lbs CarranU;
1000 lbs Fresh Figs;
10 trails 8. S. Almonds;
10 bbls Filberts ;
5 " Cream Nuts ;
10 " Herans
All tresb and for sale cheap by
WHEELKB, BIGGS & SUGU.
SUGAR
SS bhds choice N. O. Sugar ;
10 " Porto Rleo
i" bbls A. Coffee "
25 " B. '
50 ' Tel. " "
20 " Cr'd ' "
15 ft m .
Bought before the advance, and ter sale by
WHEELKB, BIOQS 4 SUGG.
COFFEE
110 bags prime Bio Coffee ;
. 50 ' Fair "
25 boxes Groaad "
100 Essence "
On hand and and to arrive by
WHEELER, BIGOS A SUGG.
OILS AND PAINTS
6 bblx Linseed Oil ;
20 tibls Coal "
2-V) a'.e Wagon OH, a new artlele ;
300 kegs White Lead ;
1000 lbs Putty ;
500 lbs Yeuitian Red.
All for sle at lowest cash prises, by '
WHEELER, BIGGS a SUGG
SUNDBIES
100 boxes Soap, assorted ;
40 " Powhsitan Pipes;
400 dosen assorted Brooms ;
500 reams Paper ;
100 boxes Washing Bias;
.'ro lbs Twine, substitute sr Cot ten ;
300 lbs Hemp Twine ;
1000 boxes Sardines, Vs ;
600 " . J's;
76 " 1 lh can Oysters ;
50 " 2 lb can "
And a thousand things too anmereas so sieB
tion. for sale as cheap ss ths cheapest, by
nov28 WHEELER, RIGG8 A 8UO3.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
Ho! for the Holidays!
CHRISTMAS PREESNTS!
"OK A NKU ( HRI8TMAS PRESENT GO TO
SCHLAEPFER'S
Drug Store.
..uc. eu oe lounn tbeffnest assortment of sll
the best brands of
Handkerchief Extracts,
Consi.HngonoTdiSersnt odors, at all prices, from
il, ? p' S M Ali0 th sortm.nt of
Sosps, Ppmades, Ilalr Oils, Colognes, Tooth. Hair,
Nail and loth Brushes, LadjM- wire Parses,
Portmonies, Pocket Books and Wallets. Also tbe
largest assortment of Combs sver brought West
MEDICAL.
ii m M
isMsLsTTWrWsssssssW
THIS IS A RICH AND
PECTORAL BALSAM
Or TBS HOST
HEALING, SOFTENING, AND EXPECTORATING
IT IS A SATS ASS PLSAS1ST Haoiom TOA
IXFAJSTS A5D TOWCr CBILDRE.V.
it is a ciBTAXs aastapT fob
ASTHMA,'
CONSUMPTION,
H00PN6 COUGH,
AND CROUP.
IT IS THS BEST ABD CHEAPEST BZMEDT rOE
COUGHS,
CHRONIC COUGHS,
COLDS,
SORE THROATS,
NIGHT SWEATS, 4
Bleeding from the I swfl
50 CBNTS PER BOTTLE.
For Sale by all Druggists, and msaosactored oaly
By DB. STK1CK1aAJJD,
CIHCTBBATI, O.
For sale by
K l.i.l.i. A WHITE,
Solo agents for Evaosvjlls, Ind.
COMMISSIONQUSE.
JTEW HOCSK IH HEW OKXBAKbT
P.
G. 0'BILEY.
(Formerly of Evansville, Ind.,)
General Commission
AND
PRODUCE
MERCHANT.
Western Consignments Solicited.
NO. 18 P0YDBA8 STREET, OOKXKB OF HEW
LEVEE STREET,
SEW ORLEAHS, LA.
Reference The Great West. de7
'. H. H. DUDLEY,
MemphU, Toon.
J. B. WOOnWABD,
Formerly of St. bonis.
DUDLEY & CO.,
Coiiamission Merchantf?,
WO. 3 FROXT ROW- OrTJee np Stairs,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
Shipments of Prodnee respsetfolly solisited.
Liberal a .vnc.- made on shipments ia store.
Refer to Merchants of Memphis fsBsraUr.
nov3.3m -
AMUSEMENT.
GRAND BALL
For the benefit of the
UNION FIRE COMPANY,
At
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all
On
Friday, December 26th, 1888.
COMMITTEE CeoWolflio, M. Mualhaasea,
Aiim D.inm. SI I BttBsU . . dec 10
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