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EVANSVILLE DAILY JOURNAL.
MORNING- EDITION. ADYEgTISISw KATES II DAILY Business cards (5 Hem or less), one vfr.....tl2 ' six months... 7 0 " " " three 4 5 One square (10 lines or lass) one insertion Tf " " three " 1 b " " one week . if 5 " one month 5 W IB WEEKLY. fc' One square, one iasertien 1 DO For each saheequewt inae.-ttew , - ,Y Special Notices retained on inside of paper, wfll rOB DAILY. . year 6 00 six mouths 3 three months 1 W supplied by carriers at 12 cenU per esk. FOB WEEKLY. nree month i x months 85 ne Year - I 1 1 FOB TRI-WEEKLY Sixwtrmthi ', 2 Om year - 0 I VOLUME XVI. EVANSV1LLK, IND., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31 1863 ESTABLISHED, 1831 OS charged 20 per cent, additional on above 1 TERMS--IN ADVANCE. LINIMENT. GROCERIES QCOTCH AI.K WD 1I07. DR. J. WOODRUFF'S ENGLISH HORSE LINIMENT, Manufactured by LEICH & CARLST2DT, Wholesale Druggists, EVANSVILLE, IX D. THIS LINIMENT H 18 BEEN PRESCRIBED l.y 1R. JOSEPH WOODRUrr in a practice of some twenty years for Rheumatism, Bruises, Spra ns, Ulcerous Sores, Scratches, Wonuds, Cracked Heels, Founders, &c, With the most unparalLT-d success, effecting cures In number of CSN where other remedies utterly tailed. It 1, alto the twst Liniment for th- huiuan bot'y erer discorcd, having cured pel -sons who he been eoaftnsd to their bjde by it o moat agouitlug palus of Raenmatlani. it'., a some eases as lung as three years. We do not propose, like so many proprleors of Patent Medicines to oin the favor of the public by publishing the certificates of persons who perhaps neTer hare existed or whose resi dences are thousands of miles distant from the manufacturer, but feel confident the Liniment will speak for Itself. We would refer to the fol lowing well known citizens and others, wbo have used the Liuiment and are acquainted with its Tir tnes : J"etchell A Bowles, Mrs. D.'garmo, Henry Doilenhoff, Joseph Kahn, Mrs. Kd. Bowles, John Hewson, We could add hundreds of others, but bellevu the aboTe to be sufficient. The money will be refunded in all cases where the Liniraeut does not givs satisfaction. Price 25 cents per b ittie. For sale bv LG1CH A CABLBf KDT, OOVl9-3m 34 Main Street OCOTCII AI.K 1M ilo7. ii lTuu O and Milton's the belt brand imported H. 8, Campbell's (rted . . COOK'S. For sale at LONDON' PnKTWH -100 sVxsea Ifibbart's, By aas a Barkly's. and Perkins' the best brands iniMirld. Korsaieat U A. COOK'S. 'jh drums fresh Fig, for sale at U. A. COOK'S. JAUKS H ffTRKISH l'BUNES 1X) lb new crop Tork 1 ish Prunes at H. A. COOK'S. NEW Cu EVV ZANTE rrants at CURBATS 6 bbls new Zante H. A. COOK'S. i JT'RENCH CAN KNIVES COME AT UsT i 1 dozen French Can Knires. Fvery family ebould hare one. The cost tared In opening one i can. To Iw had only at H. A. COOK'S. MATCH SAFES 2 dozen Iron Match the b. st thing ever made, for sale at H. A COOK'S. General Averlll. Brigadier General William W. Averill the leader of the cavalry force which has just accomplished one of the most dar ing and successful raids of the war, was born in Xew York about the year 1830! He entered tne West Point Military Ac- to know and perform their duty juat as adetny as a cadet from his native State they are instructed to. A few days in 1851, and graduated in 1855. He j since, a woman came into the contta was appointed a brevet second lieuten- i band camp at Fort Pickering, and asked ant nf trip Miinntpil Ititfua nn thfk I at. of ' if ahp. rinnlil hft ortrn wrrlr I hnn am journal XSnilCllXaSrS- July. IHoo. and on the 1st of Mav. lo. PUBLISHED BY MeXEELY. F. M. THAYXB. JNO. H. VKDE8 THE 1 1SU OT TB MoNEHLY. A Hcgro Woman's Story. At Fort Pickering, near Memphis, I noticed a number of soldiers of Airier n descent upon guard, and Chaplain Lot ke tolls me that they obey orders more im plicitly than our white soldiers, seeming Evansville Journal Company. LOCUST STREET, BETWEEN FIBST AND WATER. Bd. Degarmo, Solomon Kah , Bonald FMier, .Capt. Kobinsou, Col. Bheinlander. DENTIST. Dr. F. HUTCHINSON, DENTIST, IT AS remoTsd from his old office on the ooruer of Second and Main streets, to his new rooms on First st, two daors below Main, next to the Mercantile Library, old Masonir llall, He has apan-d no expensa for tho comfort and convenience of his patients having enlarged and increased his fa cilities, a ndsecured the assistance of one of the best workmen in the State. He can now supply the wants of thuee desiring his services. yqmm Db. iirTcmxsoN nAvixo fob the last seven years received the unlimited pat ronage of the citizens of Evansville and surrennd ing ti;wns and country, would return most sincere thanks for their appreciation of his skill as a Dentist, hoping, by nntiring energy in secur ing for his patients all the LATEST IS1PROVKMKISTS AMU INVENTIONS, ID merit a contiliwanre of the same faror. Personal Attention Given In Every Case. His facilities for doing good work equal any Establishment In tree United States. Every style of Artificial Teeth made In Eastern Cities are made 1y him. Bef rence at all times givon by referring to persons now wearing the BEAUTIFU SETS OF TEETH prepared in his office. Having had much experi ence in treatment of irregalartiy of CHIL DREN'S TEETH, hn would have no hesita tion in saying the mo9t irregular cast's can be entirely corrected by him. Cases cau be seen In this city ' "". -unruly corrected by him. Cleft, Paint.' or .'titri2'T In r.ntc- hm-((f,mnj treated. Scurvy, Neuralgia afbetious and all dis eases of the mouth successfully treated. Those desiring ABTIFICIAL THE Hi would do well t consolt hiai. SasTTerms very moderate VThe best Anearthetics for alleviating pain when extracting teeth. Chloroform given when requested. June M fBOB J Safes, declS BKR ai WOOD BOWLS 2fJ0 nests hard iisaorted I, : and 6 in nest. Wood Bowls Forsaleat H. A. COOK'S. T B. AND I1AMBCKGII CUEESE 50 bxs r v I THE BSD AY DKCMM choice W. B. and received and for sale at Hamburgh H. A. Cl eese just COOK'S. HAMS -150 choice New Hams at H A. COOK'S. rpOMATO CATSL'P 123 gallons prime Tomato X letsup at H. A. COOK'S. NI0X8 75 bushels prime Onions at H. A. COOK'S. ' TKNli'a - 1 . bushels Turnlpa fwr sate at A H. A. COOK'S. o Ji 'ODES WABE Y v 10 dozen assorted size Keelvrs ; 2i do da Wash Tuba; 10 nests Cedar do ; lOdoaeu irou-hoopd Cedar Buckets: 10 do brass do do do ; do brass do do Chnrns; 12 do Bevolving Boiling Pins ; 12 do Com iron da do! 12 do Potato Mashers. For saIc a' H. A. COOK'S. flOl.y MEAL -100 bushels fresh Corn Mnal from selected white corn, for sale at decl9 H. A. COOK'S. OAT MEAL 500 lbs choice fresh ground Oat Meal at H . A COOK'S. all the resources of life, and destitute of all the lights of experience. Thus, the great work was begun, and it has had the sympathy and support of some yeo- I . l ! ... 11 "HEAT FAUIKA oonibs wheat Farina just "lanry oi tne purest patriots our coun- v V received at received bis full commission. He dis- ' tinuisbied himself greatly in the surprise ; and capture of a party of Iowa Indians, in New Mexico, on the 7th of December, ' IhjT, and in several conflicts with the Communicated. ; iNavajoes, in September, 1858. Un the A Word With Pen. " ' 141,1 ot Ma.vi IwW, he was appointed The American Colonization Society j t leutenmot ot the lii.rd Cavalry and , . , ,, shortly alter organized the 60th regiment was organized in the year 1816. It a j of Pennsylvania cavalry. With these purpose was to send to Africa to the i troops he operated before Yorktown to Colony of Liberia such free colored May the 4th, 162, and wag brevited Cap persons as would consent to ge free of tai.? th United States Army for his ' . . I gullant and distinguished conduct. He all expenses, and to support them six ; ; ,t,, v.,,i t w:n:.i ' a a siua uai. ill uiu uait n ui ii iiiiaiuauu May 5, 18CJ, and was brevited major therefor. He also became distinguished in the battle of Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862. On the 17th of Julv. 1862. he was made j a full captain of the United States ca-r- alry. tie took part in the battles under Pope during the last few days of August, and at Antictam, Ac, September, 186'2. rj ,1, , .- a - !),.;,. 1. , , . . . . I aav. " .1 on. ii aiiuviiucu u jjni:auiti otu avery without education, limited in ; , f vnanti' :,. fmn, a2Sa.mh-f -6 lo62, and commanded a brigade ot cav months after their arrival. The origin was simple, the design supremely hu mane, and the success has been far great er than any of its friends hoped for, or its foes feared. The subjects, it will be remembered, were poor black men and women many of then just freed from H. A. COOK'S. PEARL SAGO 1 case Ko. 1 Pearl Sago just re ceived at H. A. COOK'S. PEARL BABLEY AND SPLIT PEAS 10 hf bbls Pearl Barley; 10 hf bbls Split Peas. docl8 For sa'e at H. A. COOK'S. MALTA BON A AND VEIOIICELLA 25 bXS 31 aciaron- j 24 ii Vi'ruiacclla. For sale at U. A. COOK'S. FRESH FLINT HOMINY 16 bbls Flint Hom iny from selected cum, at H A. COOK'S. INK APPLE CHEESE 10 boxes Pine Apple Cheese for sale at H. A, COOK'S. POTATOES 740 bohb7imeWniaJ Keshan nock and Piuk Eye Potatoes Inst received ami forsaleat H. A. COOK'S. EABGEST STOCK OF PICKI8 in the city to be found at H. A. COOK'S ICKLES - - i Loose Pickles in bbls ; 25 hf bbls do; 25 kegs, 10 gallons each ; 25 do S do ; 40 boxes 1 gallon J.trs ; 50 do do do; 74 dn do do; 76 do a do do. For sale at leelS II. A. COOK'S. ROAST KYK AND BAULKY 40 bbls Boast Bva ; 10 do dcclS do Barlev just received at H. A. COOK'S. CRANBERRIES - 5 bbls choice Cranberries for sale by n A. COOK'S. CLOTHING. The Best is always the Cheapest. Especially Is this true ef OLOTHIN AND fxaanta' "PnrriiahirLflr GnniL;- Teit it by caliing on J. H. CAELIN, Wo. 8 FIRST STREET, 1 I i . HAAS, I 'Ki.l.iN . i i II THANKFEL FOB THK I4 lilieral pati ' inge received during the past foul years, .u-i saint ' lermaneut resident of this city, desiies all perso- (whether they need his profes sional servtcHS or ) to visit his rooms and see the Various Style Vtwork Haaafact urcd Improvemeiw"aad Invent 'oes Are being made, and everything that will subserve the interests of bis patients is secured by him. H I Establishment and Faclllti s Are equal to any in KASTKB.H CITIES. V.'" I rOST-OFFICB,) EVANSVILLE, IND. Anaesthetics Extracting He has Several won Alleviating Pain when "resin. Cheeka that are sunken ran be restored to nearly h.-:rorigiualcnntour. AH Tesh-able styles of ABTIFICIAL TEETH, mad any Vie re ln.tba United States, are wade by him. Trvs?irlaHties ef Children's Teeth success folly corrected. Tboss' having DECAYED TEETH ghonlelrVf have them Bxtracted or Filled, (the Utter If possible.) The health of tho parties and the lemaiuingTeetfa rteiuaild H. -NETJBAJbGIC AFFXICTIONS TREATED. ALSO CLEFT PALATE Office a First St , BBja. x,t Office. ! . ; . .-'Tfci ". IMIE L'NDKKSIGSED HAS JC3T BE JL turiu-d Irom the East, where he has laid in one of the best stocks of Clothiug and Gents' Fur nishiug Goods evnr brought to this City, ilv Cloths, Casiimeros, Vestings 4c, were slectd with nn eye single to )iiality and style ; aud hav ing become conversant v.ifh the taste of our eo ple, am satisSd that in this particular my Goods will give excellent satisfaction. Gents Furnishing Goods of every description will also be found at my establishment such as Gloves. Hosiery, Neok-Ties, Shirts, Collars, Sus oeaders. Ac. i My facilities for mannfactnriu Clothing arc excellent; and as for Cutting Oarfats to lit no satisfaction no pay I ask no oua to take a nieau fitting garmeut off my hands. Over-Coatings of every variety nd st-Ie w.li be fouud at my etabUshmiU'. Though it may sound unreasonable to. k Overcoats duriug tl.e " heated term," we must remember that in ' ueace is the time to s is re for war," aud in Summer make our preparations for the cold blasts of Winter. No hotter preparation cau be devised than the ordering of a good reliable Ovtreoat, such as may be fouud at No. 8 First Street. Orders for Clothiug of every description will receive the personal attention of the nndersigued, and will be promptly attended to. The motta at No. t is, " Promises "punctually fulfilled." Before orderi g Fall or Winter suits Gents will consult their own interest by examining my Goods and Prices. Bemember the place No. 8 First Street, (near Post OAice.l auglS J. II. CABLIS. COLLECTOR'S SALE. try has had, while its enemies have nev er been able to cry it down, except through false accusations. Its friends have been tried and its defamers have only proved to be false prophets. The colony grew amidst many obsta cles, and in 1847 was organized into a Republican government. They hava had two presidents, who have governed eight years each. Their third president, "Hon. Daniel B. Warner," will be inau gurated on next Monday, the 4th of Jan uary, 18G4. They have territory enough now in the bounds of the Republic to sustain six millions of people. They have an in telligent negro nationality, and in indus try, morality and the blessings of social life, they will compare well with other nations. They have been acknowledged as an independent power by twelce of the leading nations of the world. They have a respectable little navy and a well drill ed home guard army. They have trading ships, steam vessels, saw mills, sugar mills, coffee hullers aid cotton gins. Tlreir soil is the richest in the world, producing two crops a year, and many of their farmers are living in large, well built brick and stone houses, having all the comforts of life around them. They have churches and schools all through Until- settlem ents, and nearly all the chil dren of the Republic can both read and and the only College we know of in the world that is maimed entirely by colored Professors. Thousands of the natives have been converted to Chriitianity and are in the churches, while hundreds of thousands of them have been taught to read and write. Through the instrumen tality of this Republic five millions, per haps, of the adjoining nations have, been made acquainted with the elements of the Christian faith. Who, in the face of these and a hun dred other facts, will say the American Colonization Society has done the black man no good that Liberia is a failure or that the negro cannot govern himself? We know, white men have helped and counseled him. "We confess that all this is not his work, bnt it proves the scheme to be a success which every true philan thropist should rejoice in. In Liberia the negro has become a wan. He is not that here, and cannot be. God intends him as His instrument to civilize and Christianize the great continent of his fathers. There is his callinc there lies the destiny of manly and national devel opment. In this country, even Fred. Douglass is only a negro ; the popular prejudice will let him be nothing else. Right or wrong, it is so, and no power that we can command will make it oth erwise. Then, let those who really want to benefit the black man, not encourage airy under General Pleasanton during the clearing out of the gaps of the Pied mont and Shenandoah valleys. He was at Fredericksburg December II to 15, 1862, but not engaged. During January, 1863, he made some few brilliant dashes among the rebels, and in February, 1863, was appointed commander oi the second division of General Stoneman's cavalry corps of Hooker's army. Qu the 11th of March, 1S3, his nomination as Brig adier General of volunteers was con firmed. He engaged the rebels at Kel ly's Ford during .March, 163, and took part in the dash as far as Rapidan Sta tion, just before the battle of Chancel lorsville. Under General Meade he was active in pursuing the enemy after the battie of Gettysburg, and in September Locke questioned her, and in reply si e said: " Massa, I'm from Corinth, at d my old massa done gone away with the Secessionists, and de white gemm: n dare tried to keep me from comin', but massa, I wud come." Noticing she had a bundle concealed in her bosom, he asked her what it was, and pulling out a dirty package she opened it and dis played to his eyes a glittering pile of silver and gold. "How did you come by this?" said the Chaplain, thinking, perhaps, she had not come by it hon estly. " Moses, me and my ole man knowed dar would be trouble more dan six year ago, and we worked and saved dis, for we knowed what was comin'. We heard de white folks talk about de trouble, and l'se carried dis yere money in my buzem Cvrrr sir,oo dia Gghtin1 bcun "And so," said the Chaplain, " you all knew these troubles? " " Yes, massa, avid we heard of degood Massa Linkum's proclamation to free us You see, de white folks at de house tell the servants, and the serrents tell the field hands, an' in de night, when deober seer is gwine to bed, one of us runs ober to de next plantation and tells de news to de people dar, den goes back in time to be ready for de oberseer's call next mornin'." u But," says the chaplain, " are you not afraid you'll be found out?" "Lord, no, massa; you see we'se got a secret society, wid signs, and we knows who to trust. De good Lord is on our side, massa, and we'll do anything for our freedom." And this is how the proclamation is known, and this is one of its effects. Slavery is no more, and now the master will have to pay for the tillage of his ground, and tne labor will be more cheer fully done than heretofore. The naval JCST RECSIVKP, A SPLENDID ASSOET M KNT of nicely decorated French China ' Motto Cups and Saucers all sizes ; Cut Glass Gilt Colognes ; Alabaster and Gilt Toilet Bottles ; For sale low by M. A. LAWRENCE, 18 Main Street. O la. il oLx' o ?a ' s TOY TEA SETS. rTJST BECKIYKD A VI NH ASSOBTHSKT OF Children's Toy Tea Seta, all sixes and patterns, and for sale cheap by M. A. LAWRENCE, 18 Main Street BOHEMIAN CLASS. JCST OPENED A 8PLBSDID ASSOBTMBXT of rich Cut Bohemian Glass, Consisting of Cut Decanters. Cnt Wine Bottles, G-jblrts. Winos, Tumblers, Cordials, Colofmas, Toilet Dottles, Wine Sets. Celeries, Spoon Hold ers, Card Receivers, c, c., and for sale low by M. A. LAWRENCE, 18 Main Street HATS AND CAPS. Our st of Hats and Cape for Hen and Boy's, is nosr complete, having just been replenished with the very latest Winter styles, gotten up with care under oar awn sopervlsion. MISSES FELT HATS. Latest New York styles. INFANT'S HATS. Fancy and pU.n, a vary saga assortment. new styles. All FANCY CAPS, Of which we are receiving a splendid assortsaent. YATJTIKB A MARCONXIEB, Bo. SB Main Street. MEDICAL. CANCERS CAW BE PERMANENTLY CCBED WTTH nt pate, sea M, - Mi , of eta knife, by DR. XV C. COIDES. The Doctor has successfully treated Cancers saafiy years in Cincinnati, Ohio, bnt is now located ia Terre Haute, Ind.. and will visit Xvansville once a month. He will be fonnd at the Washington House Dec. 17th and IStb. Jaa. 8th and 9th. Feb. Mi and fit, and March 11th and 12th. All those afllicted with Cancers or any other rhronic dis ease, will find It to their advantage fo call and consult with him Consultation free. His Cancer antidote is the most wondertnl dis covery ever made in mediciee. Its operation Is truly astonishing without parallel and is the only known antidote tor Cancers or cancerons af fections. 1 1 can he applied to the naked eys, or an open wound as freely as water ; by this means large Cancers can be removed from the vital part, where no other treatment could possiblv be need. All surgical operations performed with soecess. Address Dr. W. C. COVDBN, Box S4 Terre Haute, Indiana. dec8-3m last made a raid through the counties of officers tell me they find these contra- Hardy. Pendleton, Highland, Pochahon tas and Greenbrier, Va., destroying the salt works and routing Jackson and Jones. One of his last exploits previ ous to the recent incursion to Salem, was a decisive victory over the enemy at Droop Mountain, where the rebel force was over 4,000. Excitement near at hand -Fiaiboat Fired Into by Guerrillas One man Killed and two Wounded. 1 J !! . si Dauus very wining to work, and many duties which they perform are done well. They obey orders, and for firemen, coal heavers and ordinary laborious duties of the sailor on the Mississsippi they are indispensable. Nearly every naval ves sel in the Mississippi squadron employs them, and every ward room has its color ed steward. A new and happy day is dawning for them. Cor. X. Y. Evening Post. PARIAN WARE. JUST OPENING A SPLENDID ASSORT MENT of Par, an Ware, suitable for Christmas and New Year Presents, consisting of Vases, (vari- I'ua uiw9, i ruciiers, lon.-l an-l jf-eri-iry Boxes, ,vc Ac. For sale low bv M. A. LAWRENCE, 18 Main Street. For some time past there have beeu reports that guerrillas were prowling about on the Arkansas shore. Last evening a report came over that they had all left, and there were none to be fouud in the vicinity. Some of the more knowing ones considered that this was only to blind people for the purpose of inducing some persons, who have been threatened by the guerrillas with sum mary vengeance, to go ovr and thus fall into their power. Among those per sons who were objects of especial hatred pQ.Urfi.ttUlaaVWwii John Kallls-Dro: employed for some time in the Arkansas trade, in connection with the steam ferry. Mr. Kelly formerly lived in Hopelield, and was conscripted by the Confederates and compelled to serve in their army. Not relishing such treatment, he im proved the first opportunity to desert from their army, since which time he has rendered good service to the Unionists, thereby incurring the hatred of the guer rillas. This morning;, supposing that the coast was clear, he proceeded to the opposite shore, on business connected with his trade. The guerrillas wt;re on the watch, and uo sooner had the boat landed than they, to the number of fif teen, rushed down to the water's edge, and commenced a rapid tire on the per sons on board the boat It appears, however, that their fire was especially directed against Kelly. He. however, nothing daunted by the disparity oi num bers, fired his revolver in return, until all the barrels were discharged. He then threw it into the water, and jumped in himself. While in the water, a ball pierced him, which must have instantly killed him. Another man by the name of Dally, was also wounded in the arm. The guerrillas then went on board the boat and scuttled it so that it sank. Having accomplished their fiendish pur pose, they retired, leisurely mounted their horses, and made good tlu-ir re treat. Mr. Kelly was an uprigni,, nonesi man, mn.-h beloved by all who knew him, unleae we except the cowardly ras cals bv whom he was brutally murdered. We learn that he leaves a wne anu mm ilv to mourn his untimely death. Mem phis Bulletin, 23d. SOAP AND CANDLES. JPliilip I5el:ei, (Successor to Decker A Kramer), Manufacturer of Lard Oil SOAP AND CANDLES. Also, an extra article ol BUBNimi, KNOINM, AND CAB OIL Dealers in Besln, Soda, Ashes, Ac. Also Pure Catawba Win Jr our own raislug, la quantities to suit pur chasers, 116 Afutn Mreet, settseeM First and ttomd, BraasriLLS, Iniiians. r Terms cash, er M days' paper negotiable la W"V w - --- i,,'li lv LIQUORS. JUST BKCK1VKD AN ASSORTMENT OF the celebrated Lara Ware; consisting of Tea pote, ugar and Cream Bowls, tups and Saucers' Scgnr Stand, Teliacco Boxes, Card Beceivers, Ac, Ac. For sale low by M. A. LAWRENCE, 18 Main Street. sf Wlanu. M. r. r A ILK rsr. r. T. HOOOE CARR, SILVER PLATED WARE. JUST BICKIVINO IRKCT FROM THB manufacturers, n splendid assortment of 8ilrer Plated Ware, extra quality, and of the latest styles and pattern, consisting of Tea and Coffee Sets, Grecian styles ; Coffee Urns, Grecian style i Dinner and Breakfast Caaturs, Bell Castors. Call Bells. Table and Tea Spoons, Table and Desert Hooks. Soup Ladles, Pitchers, Ac, Ac. For sale low by id miurWwv CLOTHING. RecHfiora and Who. dale Dealers la every dm criptiou of UNITED STATES Wholesale Clothing asp Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Wine, and FURNISHING HOUSE. Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, &c, Yliirt 1 K V K TO CLL THK 1J ATTENTION of the trade of the City of Kvansvllle, Soutli- ern India,m, Illinois and Kentucky to out exten sive stock. It heinir larre and esssjalsts. we can offer to onr customers and the trado, goods that cannot fail to please both In quality and price. Our steed having been bought for cash, before the recent advance, will enable ns to compete with any house in the West in prices, Ao. SVe ar- determined that no necessity shall exist for dealers to go either to Cincinnati, Louisville, or St. Louis, to bay their Liqnors. We ask ef you a fair trial. We are certain we can a-ive satisfaction when von visit oar city. We Clothing for the Million! I would be pleased to see you at No. 28, FIRST STREET, DRUGS, &C. WM H. P. STODDARD, Ko.17 Main Street, rf ?v . . l '.I "i d . EVANSYILLE, IND. TO ABTIST3 Ambrotype and Photograph stock of every description, including Came ras, Chemicals, Cases and Frames ; a large variety eonatawtly on hand and for sale at reasonable l,r""WM. H. P. grODPABD'8. 17 Main street. SODA AisB- AKi CONCENTRATED LYE formating SOCpV A superior article inst re ceived at tt MAIN STREET. Collector's Sale cf Real Estate for the payment f the costs and expenses of Sidewalk Improvements. 'OT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BY virtue of a urexrt issucl by the Maior of the City of Evansville and to me directed, I will sell at nnblic anctio i, at the door of the Court Hons in said City, Thur-day, December 31. at 10 o clock a. m., the following Lots or parcels of Real Estate, or so much thereof as may lie necessary to yay the amount charged and assessed against said Lots re spectiv.ly for the costs and expenses of making sidewalk improvements upon said Lots, together with the costs of sale, and that the said sale will be continued on the next day thereafter, vis : Friday, the 1st day of January, 1864, at 10 o'clock a. sa.,at the same place for the purpose of selling such prop erty as may have been sold on the day above men oned and not paid for : BAKER S ADDITION. 3 W 3 68 Curnick Thomas, lt 2, Mk 2... do lot 3, blk 2.. TTO-.TklTTEli a PLANTATION BITTERS and t2her with a zrcat variety t v -neuter A B. let 10. blk 2 . S B of Patent Medicines, at 17 MAIN STREET, do lot 11, blk 1 5 68 pofaM Willi I Han J A T si u, lot s, mk t n pure, CRE AND UNADULTERATED Tarter for family use ; also Soda ami fptces , at - T7 MAIN STREET. CO'OINK, AMBROSIA. BATH ATIION, TKl CAPUEB0U3, ZylabaUamum, and all the best preparations for the Hair at F WM. U. P. STODDARD'S. him to the vagrancy of a mere menial existence, or lead him to a terrible con flict with the white man for civil equal ity, for in so doing he will prove the poor black man's most dangerous foe. Liberia, a free republic, an honorable " negro nationality," offers to each emi grant land a home; and every intelli- ' gent white American citizen should help on the enterprise, and save our own land I from the inhuman conflicts of a future age. W. W. HiBBgy. ! Forger Arrested. Capt Young, of i the 178th N. Y. Inft, it is said, forged : land warrants ten years ago, to the amount of two millions of dollars. A reward of twenty thousand dollars was L- LOEWENTJZAL & A- gain In the market, at the old well known stand Cor. Main and First Sts., Which has keen rebuilt and enlarged,) with the largest and best selected stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING AND 3 r.s : once ottered tor his arrest, but ne re- 88 I mained in obeeurity until he was recog-1 COAL OIL AND BURNING FLF1D BY THE gallon or barrel at 17 MAIN STBEET. RINTBB9 INK, BLACK AND COLOBBD, in small cans Wads's manufacture for sale at STuDBABD'S, 17 Maia Street. L AMPS, LAMF7 CHIMNYrGLOBa AND Shades: a Urge and varied assortment at 17 MAIN STBEET. do lot 5, blk 2 Gcsclich Florian. lot lot 12, blk 2.. Hull George, lot 9, blk 2 1.AMASCO. i Weaver John, lot 4, blk M 4 15 I suae r a - a. c LIU CI A It i Britz Jacob,' lea,a4kst 4 is : graphed to the Secretary of War, who do ioti,biaa ? ii I ordered htm to be placed under close j Keller "dc! ' lot t bi. fctlnZizjl guard and sent to Washington. He left do lot 2, blk 57 7 88 a8t Sundav, in charge of Lieut. Aldnch, do lot 3, blko. I ?? , 39ji Town Post Arlintant Columbus. WATCHES & JEWELRY. sTl. bittrolff, jr., No. 1, North First Stree. An. entirely new Stock of Watches and Jewelry, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, &c. 1 WOULD BESPECTFULLY INFORM TIfli public that I have opened an entirely new and fashionable stock of the above goods, which, hav ing been bought for cash, I am prepared to sell at prices as low as the lowest, and warrant every article to be just as represented. From long anr urtanM in thm hiiiin.,.. T am confident of civinjr satisfaction, and hope to merit a share of ths pub- i lie patronage. Personal attention paid to repairing WktsThe, Clocks and Jewelry. 1. L. B1TTB0LFF, Jr., eetl7-lmdAw Ne. 1, North First Street. Next door to Holllngsworth A Bro.'s Queensware Store, and show yon our stock, consisting in part of Foreign and Domestic Brandies, Wines, Gins, Bumjs, &c. Of Whiskies, Best Bourbon, Rye, Mononeahel, Robinson County, Kimel, Irish, Scotch. & many other brands. Of Common Whiskies we have Aurora, Old Vir ginia, Mountain Dew, Orange Valley, aud "Bully fur Villi ' flf HittrH w,. havp Plantation. "11a I v.-Un it iwfctnii. sc. Pnnah. Kkhoiich. J eenerallv are respect ftillv invited tu call and ' . . . .1 A , . t a . n. I .,. . I"",...!. n : nri... li.r.ira Tl 11 rr Vl i n - ADSluine, ccnnspits, nmoKing ana newing iw i v. .. . v . . r r I becco. Cigars, and A. S. Bonn's Snnff. i elsewhere, as we feel assured we cau offer superior Bemember the place. No. 28 First Street, four inducements to CASH buyers. I doors below Sycamore Street. One of our firm resides in Nw York, and has novll N. F. CABB A CO. had many years experience in buying aud mauu- I avawMMMaaaMavaaMawavavaiav j factnring, and devotes his whole tine to Pnrrliaslna; and Snpertntf ndlng the ! Gentlemen's Furnishing Good -"a Ever Opeit'.d In this Market. HUB OLD CUSTOMERS AND THE TRADE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FuRSM PURS!!! XTK ABE NOW BEGKlYIXfJ A YEKY v V large and well assorted st.wk of Ladies' aud Misvs's fancv Furs, comprising in part the fol lowing: Sable, Mit k. R-tSM.-.n Fitch, Stone Mar tin fisher. Lyes. German Kitcfe, Siberian Sqair- rel. Ermine, Oenet. Swans Down, and tar trim mings ef every descriptions. Gentlesmaa's t irr Collars and Glovs, Children's Purs, Muffs, Cuffs, either eeparatf er in sets. Having selected t fie goods ourselves, castomervcan rely oa gettiug the very beet grade of goods and at prices as low as the lewwt. LAW CARDS. WAT . H. WALKER, Jr., - ATTORNEY AT LAW, EVANSVILLE, 1NI, Office oat Third Street, octi-v-iy Opposite Court Us CHARLES DENBY, Attorney at Law, Has res ns d the practice of Law. Oflee en Third Street, mid !e of Hall's Block, op stairs. fcbt JAMES RE I D, Attorney at Law ABB COLLECTING A G E If T . OFFICB On Third Street, third door from Hala Street, In the Crescent Cirv Bank Building EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. atWo-ly Jns. T. Walker,! JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AVD Agent for obtstlatlssg Pensions. Buck Pay asset BsMBsaty- PlBJ!CtTARGED SOLDIBB", AND FOB' the Widows and other legal representatives ef near the the Court the North -Wert side of Third Street;' Washington House sad nearly oupesias How e, KtshsvIIis. Indiana. All bnsiuess entrusted to Mas will be promptly sttended to jyu-iy SASH AND DOORS. STOVES, &c. W 5? w tfi M SgPo S ft S2. O 5 li'i i w CLOTHING. REMOVAL. GOLDMAN, BERG & CO , CO., JAMES STEELE, (Successor te Praria A Hi-wi,) SECOND ST., BET. CBTBoTBUT AND CHEERY, XFAXSriLLB, ISDIAK SASH, DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS Dressed Lumber Boards. Laths, Ac, of every description constantly on hand. Packing Boxes of all kinds made to or. erder. Sawing of every kind done on ths shortest notice. apl8-ly W. HUNNELL, COBNEB WALNUT STREET AND CANAL, EVANSVILLE, I N B . , Has on hand the largest lot of Sashes, Doors, Blinds. Frames, sic, Ivor Manufactured In the West. THEY ARE OF MY OWN MAZE. I have also a floe lot of White Pine and Popular flooring. Moulding of all kinds madeand sawing of all descriptions done at the shortest notice. HOTEL. Crescent City Hotel. Mrs. A. Webb, Proprietress ON WATER, BET. MAIN A LOCUST STS., (Opp. Steamboat Landing,) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. may A watch for Steamboats kept at all honrs. MBS WEBB TAKES PLBASCKE IN v S nouncing to the public geaerally that aha has not sold ont the Crescent City Hotel, as re Hrtrd bnt is still carrying on at the old stand, en Water, between Main and Locust streets, and wonld still solicit a share of the pull Ic patron age. nov21-6m -- - - J1 STEAM BAKERY. NEW STEAM BAKERY, WATER STREET, EVANSYILLE, INDIANA. INFORM THE CITIZENS gen- DRUGGISTS. BROTJGHTON & WOOD. CRESCENT CITY DKlti STOKE. Manufacturing Department, And as vf buy exclusively for CASH, we can and will sell as low to the trade as any House East or West. sepll Wholesale Clothiers, Have removed to ths eoruer of FIRST & SYCAMORE STREETS, (Opposite the Grocery Store of Bement A Ylele,) where they offer to their friends and the trade generally a very large stock of C L O I I I N G AT vVHOLESALE EXCLUSIVELY, Every aifk-la of which being raanuiaetured by themselves at 30R Market Street, Philadelphia, buyers will have IITE DESIRE TO IT of Evansvi'.le, and the community eral, that our NEW STEAM BAKERY, NO. 11 WATER STREET Is now la succraful operation, and we shall keep constantly on hand and raakr to order, on short notice, all articles made at like manufactories ; such as Bread, C-Jtes, Pies, Crackers, Ac., Ac. Being supplied aith all the modern machinery to faciliate us in our business, we flatter ourselves that we can give tu most ample satisfaction In the quality of our goods and in prices. We will also kwpim hand a large and choice stock of Contact ons. Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, Ac, te which we call atvntlon. Orders for pubJc or private Parties, FestivaB, Bslls, Ac , Ac, promptly filled on reasonable terms. aadrf A. WILD A CO. 1 '' BW BOILER MAKER. JOHN P. LAURENT, Boiler lWla,lx.or, Corner of Pine and Water Streets EYANSYILLE, INDIANA. I AM 1 of St rBEPARED TO MAEB ALL KINDS Steam Boili-r. stationary or portable. 1 have every facility for doing good work that good machinery and good workaaea eaa gi ft, and all work entrusted to me will be made under my per sonal supervision. - Workmen sent to any part of the dry and country to do repairing. decli DRY GOODS. Hoods and Comforts for the Million. WE HAVE JUST OPENED the largest stock of H000.S, Comforts, Ac., ever brought to the city, and will sell them cheap at wholesale or re tail. SCHAPKER A BU88IKG, No. 9 Main Street. DRUGGISTS. nized, the otber day, by an old acquaint-, T . tvi d t a tT aace, and arrested, lien. Smith tele-) JiJJ.aa ituxsaia.iu.a.av. Tine Beat Paper for Farms and Fruit Growers-Eight Dollars Premium Lubin's Genuine and other Extracts. An Elegant Assortment of Combs and Brushes. FAMILY K STORE WM. E. HALLOCK, NO. 10, FIBST STREET, NEAB POST OFFICB, Only One Profit to Pay. Also a full line ot vv-4 a irT tj VfVJW n ITfiTrTTVI?' 5 Pl. Ants - 15 t . - ;i ; - a larirw vari-rj of all the Patent Medicined. Clotliiiaa, GeBtlemen's Furnishing Goods, We do lot 4, blk 57 do lot 5, blk &7 8 m I Carpenter A B, lot 12, blk 1) : 7 90 ' Sorenson Soren, lot 1. blk 1M T SO dcl7 WM. . BBPPLE. Collector. Ay., War Eagle, 26th. A bounty ot iil.UUU is paid in Nowark, N. J., to every recmit uuder the last call for troops. A regiment, thus will cost the mere sum of $1,000,000. A witty doctor says that tiht lacing is a public benefit, inasmuch as it kills off all the foolish girls, and leaves the wise ones to grow up to be women. A new firearm has been invented by F. C. C! Kellogg, of Hartford, Connecti cut, which is capable of being dis charged at the rate of three hundred aud fifty-three times a minute. The lack of longevity now a days is , Teas, Was ; readily accounted for by the high prices Tm ' of provisions. People can't afford to live a great wntie ai present prices. It is stated that, for the first time since j the presidency of General Jackson, the ! administration hits been able to orgauize IB its interest the Congress elected for j the last two years of its term. Yl'IZZVEH OIL THE VV kind ; a supply just received at OLD ORIGINAL STODDABD'S, 17 Main Street. DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. Arrival of Goods Much Needed. "Y? HAYE JC3T EECEIYED A LOT OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS. Xirxtsioy-J5, 4-4 0sn.ab.rgs and "Kerseys." For sale at EKEEN' A PBESTOS'9. nov21 BANK ELECTION. rr ITOCBBOLDKBS IN THE EVANS A VtLl. Branch of th Bank of t'. t.t- .. inuiaua are irf. ,,. l that the n.nu.l i. tlon wll be held BanXins; House, in Evans villa, evi Tuesday, January Bth, 18S4, between the hoars of 10 o'clock a m. and 3 o'clock p. ns., for ve Directors to serve theensneing ysar. By order of ths Board of Directors. BOSAdawtt SAM'L BATABD, Cashier. SUNDBIES Well Buckets, Strawberry and Lemon Syrup, Almonds, Filberts, Brazil Nuts, Essence of CofTee, Wooden Bowls, Bnglish Walnuts, Figs, Baisins, Currants, Bock Candy, Oysters, Shoe, Horse and Scrubbing Brushes, Lob sters, Sardines, Alum, Epsom Salts, Boll Brim stone, Sulphur, Copperas, Madder, Extract of Logwood, Washing Bluo, Indigo, Cream Tar tar, Soda, Bed Cords of all kinds, Tobacco of all kinds, Blacking, Battfns, Nutmegs, Cigars Of all kinds. Jute and Cotton Wrapping Twine, Bine Vit riol, Camphor, Carolina and Wagon Tar, Brooms, Cotton Tarn, Bacovand Ground Ginger, Castile Soap, Playing Cards, Glass Jars. Lanterns, Tum blers and Flasks, IVpper Sauce, Matches, Pickles, Mustard, Fish of all kinds. Tomato Catsup, Powder, Saf. tv Tuna. 5oais of all kinds, Starch egar. Letter, Note, Cap, and Fancy Pape ping Paper, Envelopes. Salt Potre, Gum Drops ' Toys aud Letters, Table Salt, Hemp Back ing Twine, Wooden Bowls. Jnjnbe Paste, Cll -namon, Cusd Oil, Clothes Pins, Bonnet Boards, 1 Ink, Cloves, Nails, Glass, Spirits Turpentine, all ' spice. Sal Soda, Pain Killer, Licorico, Pilch, SidVeS, Ac , Ac, Ac. A supply of the above k-pt constantly on hand , and for sale low by e. E. OILBEBT A CO., nov21 tf No. 4 Sycamore Street. for only Twenty Subscriber. I WANT 10 000 CLCB AGENTS TO CIRCU lata the Bursl AMiaieaK, Utica, Now Tork. Volume Till commences January 1st, 1861, paper free te club subscribers ia December I This is de cidedly tae Dest ana cucsesi larmer s ana iruu j grower's paper in existence, at only $1 a year, and avery subscriber receives two of the best GUAPE TINES known to eiist, sent free of all 1 expense, or osi sou.n'1 worth of RUSSELL'S GKEAT PROLIFIC 8TRAWBBBRT PLANTS : ths largest and most productive ia the world, ! manv of which are setually as larasasnm' neos! sVBvery person who remits f 1 will receive the j paper raat to January next, and through 1864 for j his money ! Sample copies sent tree te all appli cants, with full details. Positively I offer the bast ' terms to Postmasters and ether elub agents of any j oth-r pnblishsr in this country. EIGHT DOL- j LARS in preminms for every elnb of TwcsrVT sub scribers ! I have an immense supply ofthechoic- j est grape vines, all of which are to be raxa to my j subscribers! Send for specimen copies its medi ately, aud address T. B. Miaaa, Clinton, Oneida County, N. Y. novl-w DRY GOODS KEEN & PRESTON A LARGE AND , TTAVK JCST RECKIVED i XI general assortment oi Desirable Dry Goods, Which they invite the f trade " to call and ex amine price and qualities; believing, knowU& they can aavs dealers additional freight and Ex penses In going further Eastward. Janlft Various Cosmetic Preparations. Fancy Toilet Pomatums. Large assortment of Toilet Soaps. UNION CIRCUIT COURT. Enoch R. James and others, Pl'tffs,-! against Highland Coal Company, Defts. ) ON WEDNESDAY, THE th DAT OF .1 AN" nary, 1864. at ths Coal Mines in ITniontown, I Union county, Ky., I will rent at public ontcrv i said Mines and fixtures, and tho dwelling houses :. ' ia said town belouging to said Company, uutil the 1st day of December, 18114. Also the farm belonging to said Company, until ' the 1st day of January, ) Bonds with ap J proved security, having the force and effect of re- t i plevin bonds, will be required, with Interest from 1 date. Theeo Mines are in full operation, and a bargain may be had. ) decle-tjanl TH0E. CHAPMAN, Com. I COCOA INB, AMBBOSIA, KATHAIRON TBl copherous, and all the most celebrated pre parations for the Hair, ean be found at no. as Bouin r irsi orreei. Sell at Eastern Prices with Transportation sulded. Cloaks and Shawls. HAVING BECEIVED ANOTHBB LOT OB Cloaks and Shawls of every style and price, we ean nowsnpply the wholesale and retail trad to their entire satisfaction. SCHAPKEB A BCSSING, No. 49 Main tree. EXPRESS. Bellefontaine Cotton Express ! ONLY TEN DAYS TO NEW 1 OaUkT . TIME GUARANTEED! THIS LIGHTNING EXPBEB8 LINB FOB the transmission of Cotton to the East, by dispatch, is nowfully established. mSf Time Bills of Lading will be given. TIME THBOCGH, TEN DAYS. W Consignments solicited. CRANK, BBOWN A CO., A grata, decll-dtf Evansville. Indiana. NEW SALOON. WHARF BOATS. Yil'BE AND I Tartar, expresslv for family use; also Soda and Spices, at UNADULTERATED CREAM HALLOCK'S Drng 6tore. OELT.ERS COUGH CURE, STRICKLAND and Melliflnons Congh Balsam, Cherry Pec toral, Hall's Balsam, Cary s Congh Cure and Brown's Troches. At WM. E. n ALLOCK'S Drng Store. TOY PAINTS IN OBEVT hit f 1 HD Prices, Lead Pencils, Pens, Holders, Letter Paper, Envelopes. At No. 10 First Street. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, TOILET ARTCLE3, Pomades, Cosoietiques, Tooth, Nail, Flesh, Hair and Cloth Brushes , Combs iu great variety. May be fonnd at WM. . HALLOCK'S Drug Store. J. T. COX. V. at. HUMTHB.ET. COX & HUMPHREY, Forwarding & Commission MERCHANTS, STEAMBOAT AGENTS & WHARF- i BOAT PROPRIETORS, And Agent Louisville dk Henderaota and Evansville &. Cairo Packet Companies, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. FOR THE ESPECI AL ACCOMMODATION OF Lonisville A Memphis and Cincinnati A Memphis Packets aud transient Boats, wo have just purchased another large and comm dions I WIIABF-B0AT, which ia now at the wharf, foot 1 of Sycamore street, which will give us great addi- tional facilities for receiving and forwarding goods. All freight for the Louisville Jk Cairo pack et will lie rovcived as usual at tin- upper whart boat, and for all other boats at the just pur chased. Freight rue. ived at all hours, both day and night. a" For promptness aud strict attention .0 biuinesi, we refer to Cap'. A. Donallv, Capt. .'. II Bunce, Messrs. Bemcut A Vhde, Messrs. Sher Uy A Woolfetk, tpt. U. T. Dexter, apt. F. M. Dxidson, Mwr. Kratz & Heilman, T. M'Krwin A Co, Ctt. J. Hutainpiller, Capt. J A Lusk. Samuel Orr, Seq , Moorehoad A Co. ducl2 SHAEFER S SALOON. BILLIARD AND RESTAURANT, On Third Street between Malts and Sycamore. BVAKSVILLB, INDIANA. octv-lm CHANGE OF EXCHANGE A NEW ARRANGEMENT. SAM GRAMMES ThaERY J0HXS0X having purchased Theodore's Exchange, RF FITTING IT UP IN EXCELLEM1 style fo A1 a first class BILLIARD SALOON" and RESTATRAXT. They will keep at the bar tn nest i.ranos o Liuuors and their larders will at ail time be filled with th richest dainties from the animal aud vegetable kingdoms, and thr wat-ri of the vasty deep will be made to contribute of their richest stores. ... Especial att-ution will be given to the .-aiviaw, which will be under charpi of the most cumpetent ' Their Ililliard Boom is large and tl.elrTABLES FIRST t LASS. The establisliuieut ill r.-oiu on Tusdav ucat. 1 A liberal share of pnblic patronage it eapectfally I -licueu. n.fSd3ni