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AlteNtsIELT ' , PDBLMIELS AND PROPRIATONS.. 01-01.1111ta 13-ailtlincrs; LOCIIST STREET, ' - DN'TWARN AND WATS& Letters- on Business will be directed: JOURNAL CO., Evansville, Ind. - Communications will be addressed: EDITOR JOURNAL, Evansville, Ind. - - - WEDNESDLY .FEBRUARY 14 - - - The Coining Coldest. , The Louisville Journal warning the loyal men of Kentucky of the- extent and strength of the combination which - is being made against them, says: , "A' prominent gentlemau of Nelson county, a leader in this so-called "Dense ocratic" programme boastfully declared to a friend of ours that this organize. tion would embrace every portion of thé State, and -that, in tbe Gubernatorial, Congressional, and Legislative contests of 1867, it would sweep the political field, defeating every man who had been a 'Unionist, or who bad favored the promention of the war against rebel - - Yes, that is the programme! In diens, it will be disguised for a season. At the battle of Wilson's Creek the reb els deceived our troops by marching un der the Stars and Stripes,'until they ap proached so close to our line's -as to pour in a deadly volley, and thus deleat.and murder our 'boys. So tbe recently in2.! ported rebels of EvatuMille propotse to hoist the workingman's. banner in hopes that they will deceive the sterling Union men of our city ond gain an advantage that will hereafter be used to their burL We warn Union men against these plot-I ting couspirators., They have failed in their plots against the Government, see to it that they flit in their plots against the city And pu'llic schools. We throw out this warning none too soon. The rebel organ on Main street thinks its namesake, the Louisville Courier, is very ridiculous in advocating the elec tion of John C. Breckliaridge to the United States Senatti from Kentucky. , is more than ridiculous," emphati cally arirms the Evansville bantling "at this lime' 1 . .! Certainly, it is a little impolitic, just now, when the Copperheads are making such desperate efforts to retrieve their fortunes, by humbugging the working men, and abusing everything that is de scent and respectable. The Louisville Courier is very ridiculous! But is it not amusing to see a rebel chick, who, during the war, went dodg ing:around and around, to avoid hard knocks, reproving a veteran rooster, who fought for the rebellion, and came out sadly battered and torn? Especially is it amusing to see a paper, the type in whose heading was taken from the head ing of the old Louisville Courier, 'and brought to this city iu a carpet-sack, putting on airs, and giving ite ancestor sage and unasked for advice. So long as the. Courier of Evansville wears a wig made of hair from the head of the old Louisville Courier it ought to deport itself more becomingly in the presence of its euperior. , The Senate, the other day,' passed a bill " to protect all persons in the enjoy ment of their civil rights." The pro visions of thit bill accorded precisely with this description of its purpose. Every Democrat in the body recorded his mote in the negative. Why? Not because the principles or methods ot - the bill were unjust, but because the persons who specially stood in need of protection were not white.' It mai be farther remarka that the President is as deeply impressed with the neceseity for this legielation as the radicals in Congress. Democrats profess great ad miration for the President's policy, but wben be wants to deliver the weak from the power of the strong, the Democrats, to a man, refuse to stand by him. Of the forty-six in the House - wbo voted against the amendment to change the basis of representation, only seven are known as Republicans, viz. : Messrs. Eliot and Baldwin of Massa chusetts, Hale and Raymond of New York, Jenckes of Rhode Island, and Rousseau and Green Clay Smith of Ken tucky. Five others ivere elected as Union men, and sometimes vote with the Republicans, viz. : Noell of Missouri, Randall of Kentucky, Latham and Whaley of West Virginia, and Phelps of Maryland. -401 ILECONTIRUCTID GOPERNOR'S ION OP FSDERAL SOLDINRILGovernor Humphreys, of Mississippi, in a letter dated January 19th, denying the report of troubles in Kempen county, and the interference of Federal soldiers, writes: I hearff of no disturbance or disorder --- in that county that needed my attention. I have never doubted the willingness and ability of the civil officers and volunteer cempanies to maintain peace and order within the State without the assistance of the United States military. ' - I have yet to learn that the United States troops are needed aa useful in re storing peace and order; but, on the other hand, have found them a disturb ing element, a nuisance and a blighting curse to the quiet, prosperity and happi nese of both races, in spite of the earn est and honorable efforts of some of their commanding officers. The rebels in this part of the country look upon the Union soldiers in the same light. The Cops regard them as a nufsance and a blighting curse. Every day or two we see outcroppings of this deadly bate. - The death of every Union soldier is rolled as a sweet morsel under .s their tongues, and occasions great re . joicing in the privacy of their offices and homes. , Convettitx1.--The Democratic Cen tral Committee of Rush county, to save the people the trouble of meeting for the appointment of delegates to the State Convention, got together and ap pointed the delegates to suit themselves. This is eminently Democratic, and high-, ly conservative. ' str Joseph J. Bingham, formerly ed. !tor of the Indianapolis State sentinel, is said to be the Indianapolis correspon dent of the New Albany Ledger. io, Tho' Virginti'DOlagat1011: ?hell' Address on4 Resolutions. , , ' v. Reply of the 'President. Ou last Saturday afternoon a commit tee from the Senate and House of Dela gates of the State of Virginia, called upon President Johnson for the purpose of presenting him with resolutions adopted by the General Atsembly of Virginia. , , The following tamed gentlemen con stituted the committee from the Senate: Messrs. E. F. Keen, A. S. Grey, and Dale Carter. From the House of Delegates---klesers. John B. Baldwin, James Marshall, A.,B. Grattan, A. G. Peidle ton, and Wm. T. Jayne& They are gentlemen of acknowledged ability and, it is claimed, fully represent the State' geographically and periodically, being from North, South, East and West Vit.. , ' Ind every, abatis of party and present , politics: -4- James' Marshall, - a venerable looking gentlemen, is a nephew of the celebrated Chief duties Marshall. Mem& Marshall, and Grat4 tan and :Judge Jaynes, are among' ablest lawyers of the State. Mr. Baldwin, Speaker of the House ot Delegates, acted as Chairman of the corn , mates and presinted. the resolutioas and delivered the foliowing address in I OF , behalf of the committee: , Mr. President: We are a committee of 'Senators and !Representatives sent to present to yon pertoe eettaii mole tions which have received the unani mous approval of. the General Assembly of Virginia. We come as representa tives sent by One ot the States of the Union to confer with our Gonstitutional Prtsident in regard to matters affecting the common government, and therefore of interest to all the States- and all the people, ': We come to you, our President, for the reason that you recognize our commen interest in the government un der which we live, and becausi thus far we have been denied the constitutional measures of communication by which other- States and ' other people make known their Op.inions, purposes and feel ings in the council of the nation.' In declaring thaL the people of Virginia and their representatives accept and abide by the results of the late contest, and that they intend in good faith' to meet all the obligations thereby incurred, the General Assembly expressed a senti ment of a purpose which have been uni. tormly recognized by our-people,- indi vidually and in masses, and In regard to which there is no hesitation and division in all Virginia. Chiefly among the re sults thus accepted is the universal con viction that the Union a these States is an established and an undying fact, and that the whole future of our people is indissolubly bound up for weal or woe, with success or failure of the Govern ment of the United State& We re cognize the governtnent as our govern. ment, its Constitution as our Constitu tion, the duties which it -promises are our right& : Another great reault, alike accepted bY our people is the first over throw of the institution of slavery. This has been contemplated by a constitu. tional amendment, the leading force of which is usually admitted ; for although we are not repretented in the Congress by which it was proposed, the Wire to be so represented was our own choics The condition of freedmen' among us, and the policy to he's. adopted with re gard to them, will be recognized by you as calling for the exercise of the highest faculties of statesmen sad the best feel ing of the Christian philanthropist. The General Assembly of Virginia is engaged earnestly in the consideration of these subjects, and in anticipation of the re sults of our labor, we can only say that whatever policy may be adopted will be addressed in good faith and with- kindly feeling to the improvement of tbe phyti cal, intellectual and moral condition of our freedmen. 'You can understand and will readily believe that Ott feelings of our people towards these freedmen are thoee of kindness, sympathy and good will, and that to treat. them with harsh ness or injustice is opposed as much. to our feelings as it is to our interest. and our sense of right., : The policy pursued.by you, Mr. Presi dent, towards Virginia and other States in like condition has its strong founda tion in broad' sn'd comprehensive views of right and of national policy,. and must look for its ultimate success in the conservative sense of justice of the peo pie of all the Staten. It is due, however, to you and to our people te immure you that when our General ' Aesembly de, clares her approval of that policy by the people of Virginia, they express that which every one ot this Committee here present know to be a living truth. It happens that your position places you between us and a threatened danger, and the Getters! Assembly has but given voice to the real feelings of our people when they tender to you the warmest thanks of Virginia for the firm stand you have taken against the facility with which it in propoeed to change the funda mental law. We would not, however, claim as the only or the chief merit of the coarse yoti are taking, that it affords, us protection a time of trouble. It is as a defender of the general Constitu tion that you deserve the confidence and support of the people of , the United States, and it will hereafter be remembered as your highest claim to the character of a Republican states man that under all the circumstances by w'hich you are surrounded, you. have not only proclaimed the Constitution of the United States to be the supreme law of this land,obut have defended alike from violation end innovation. The President, tin reply, said: Gen tlemen, to 'the resolutions you have just presented to me, and the clear, forcible and concise- remarks , which yon have made in explanation of the position of Virginia, I ehall not attempt to tnake a formal speech, ,but simply enter into a plain conversation'in regard to the con dition of things in which we steed. , As a premise to what I may say, permit me first to tender you my thanks for this visit, and next to express the gratifica- I tion I feel in meeting so many intelli gent, responsible and respectable men of Virginia,. bearing to me the senti ments whichlave been expressed in the voice Gf your Legislature, and in the remarks accompanying them. They are, en far as they refer to the Constitu tion of the country, the sentiments and principles embraced in that charter of the Government The preservation of the Union hu been, from my entrance into public life, one of my cardinal te net& In the very incipiency of the re-, hellion, I set my face against the dieso lotion of the union of the States. I do not make this avowal for the purpose of bringing up anything which has transpir ed which may be regarded as fan unkind or unpleasant character, but as I be lieve now, and as you have most unmis takably indicated, that security and protection for the rights of all the pno ple were to be found in the Union. Up on this conviction I based my opposition to the efforts which were made to de-, stroy the Union. - '-'We 'at one Teriod--iteparateVg'Thei separation was to me painful in the ex treme, but now, after having gone through Nvith-s- struggle in-which the powers of the Government have been ,tried, when we have swung around to a point at tribi.oh we 'Meet to agree, and are willing to unite our efforts for the preservation of the Union, which I be lieve is the best in the world, it is ex; 1 ceedingly gratifying to me to meet you to day, standing on common ground, 1 rallying around the Constitution and the Union of these States, the preservation of which, I conscientiously and honestly believe, will reeult in the promotion and advancement of this people. I repeat, I am gratified to meet yid ki-sday, ex. pressing these principles and Announcing the sentiments to which you have given utterance, and I trust this occasion will long be remembered. I have no doubt of your intention to carry out and com ply with every.single principle laid down in the resolutions you,have submitted. I know that many of you are distrustful, but I SI DI one ot those who have confi deuce in the judgment, in the integrity, in the intelligence and in the virtue of the great masaes o'f the American peo ple, and having such confidence I am willing to trust them, and I thank God that we have not reached that point where we hare loit all"confidence in each , other:, The' spirit of the , Gov ernment ' can - ray be preserved, van 'only become .prooperona ,and great as a people, hymutual forbearance and confidence. AJpon that faith and con5dence alone can the Goverentent be successfully- carried out no the cardinal principle of representation to which you refer. I will make a single remark, that- 'principle is ' impervient; that it constitutes one of the fundamentai elements of this gOvernment., the repre sentatives of the State 'and of the people sheuld have tbe qualifications prescribed by the Conetitution of the United,States, and. those qualifications must , unques tionably imply loyalty;: Ille.who comes a representative having the gnalifications prescribed by the Constitution to fit him to take a seat in either of the delibera tive bodies which constitute the Nattooal Legislistive, must necessarily, according to the intent of the Constitution, be ,a loyal man willing t...; abide by and boi voted to t'lle Constitution and the.Union of the States.' canna's' hos for the Constitutionhe cannot be for the Union ...he cannot acknowledge sobedience 'to the laws, intim be fit loyal. When the people send such men here itt good faith,' they are. entitled,-,,to representation through them. , , '-- In going Into the recent rebellion or insurrection against the Government of the United States, you erred; and in re,- turning and resuming 'your relation!! 1 with the Federal Government, I 1:13, free to say that all the responsible positions and places ought to be confined tile tinctly and cleark to men who are lova If there were only five thoseand men in a State, or a less number, but sufficient to take the charge 4)f political ma ehinery of the- State, thoee five thous and, or the lesser number,' are entitled to it. , I look upon it as being fundamental that the, exercise- of polities! power. &weld be confined to loyal risen, -and I regard it as implied in doctrines ,Jaid down in 'these resolutions and in the eloquent address by which they have been accompanied.: I may say that fur thermore, after having paseed,through the great ' struggle, in, witkih we have been engaged we should be placed upon much more acceptable grounds in our relations , to the general government. If' unmistakably and unqueetionably loyal -men -were presented to fill the places of honor, I- -feel -that the. day is not far distant when all will be paace and harmony.: ' - - , I speak confidently in reference to the great mass, of the , American people, when I say they have determined that this Union shall be made whole, and that the great right of representation in the-- councils of the nation shall be acknowl edged. Gentleme ,n that is a fundamental principle. No-. taxation without repre sentation, was one of the principles which carried us through the revolution. This great principle will bold good yet, if we but perform our dutyif we but comply with the epirit of the resolutions presented to me to-day. Amerioan, people will maintain and sustain the great doctrines upOn'- which the Government was inaugurated, it can be done and it will ba done,' and I think that if the effort be fairly and fully made with forbearance e,nd with prudence and with discretion and wiedom, the end is not very far distant. It seemb to me apparent that from every consideration the best policy which , could -be adopted at present would be,,, a reetoration of these States and of the Government up on correct principles.. ' Ws have serious foreign difficulties, but the moment 'it 'can be announced that the Union of the States is again completethat we have resumed, our career of prosperity and greatnessat that very instant, almost, 011 our foreign difficulties will be settled, for there la , power on earth that will care to have a controversy or rupture with the Govern-, meat of the United States.. Under such circumstances,' if these States be fully rstored, the national currency, which is thought by some to be inflated to a wery great extent, will be enlarged.", The number of bands through whicitit..has to pass will be increased; the quality of commerce in which it is tO be employed as a medium , of exchange Aril!, be en larged, and then it will begin to approxi mate '.to what we all desire...a specie standard If all the States were re stored, if ' peace and order reigned throughout the laud, and industrial pur suits and old -avocations of peace were again resumed, the tiny would not be far distant when we would put in the eom merce of the world two hundred and fifty millions of dollareto or. three hun dred million dollars worth of cotton ilnd tobacco, and various products of the Southern States, which would constitute; in part, a basis of this ,countrn then, inatead of coin being invested, we should reverse the position and put the base at the bottom,. ,ste it ought to. be, and. the snffrage to the blaclu man. This was a capitulation after the' fact, to a chief of the rebellion, dictated by the President as a conqueror,- according to his own imperial He was not onlY pardon ed but restored to pot-er. It was further known that General Wade Hampton retired-from the guber-' natorial field in South Carolinai because his aocession the chair might embarraag the President in his benevolent designs. The executive had no right to thus-act as the President, but as a conqueror. When a man like Hampton talks about the radicals of the North, it ,is known that be alludes to, the Union, party, which sustained the war and elected the President himself. It had been argued that'llte President's policy was a measure of mecessity to in sure tranquility in the Southern States; but be could rot consent to any such ar rangement, by which tranquility could be restored:by the withdrawal of sroope. This might have been secured at any time by waiving our rights. This is not the peace we have been endeavoring to secure, but to defeat. , He wanted a real peace, on the basis of reconstruction. Gentlemen: Isbell continue to pursue the same line of policy which I have pursued from the commencement of lbe rebellion to the present time. My efforts have been to preserve the Union of the States. never for a single moment eatertained the c,pinion that a State o V, 4 - , - 'ecielewithdraw-fibmIliatrulo-tist own will. I shall pursue the same line of conduct that has been my constant guide': ream take the position that a State which attempted to secede is mut of the Uoion,;when I contend 4.11-the time that it canuot,,go out, and,that it never has been out, and that it can iot be forced out. I can not be forced into that position. - Hence, when-the States and their people have complied with all the requirements of the Government, I ahaliobe in favor of allowing them .to resume their former positions. I did not intend to say anything per sonal, but at. the ,beginning,.of the re cent gigantic, strugglo.between the different- sections ,North and South, there 'were extteme men 'North anð extreme :Inele South:, This great Government was kept on the: anvil and hammered sioce the rebellioo, sod there seems- to be a disposition ,to continue lammering until the,Government is -destroyed. I have opPosed that system' always, and oppose it now. ' The Government, in the asser tion of its powers, and in the maintain .ance of the principles- of the Constitu tion, has taken bold of one extreme, and with the strong arm of physical power put down the rebellion. Now, as we swing around the circle of.Union with a fixed and unutterable determination to stand by it; we find the counterpart or duplicate of, the same spirit that Oiled to his feeling, and theso persoosio the South.- This other extrenie--which stands Itt the. Way; Vaunt get out or' The Gov erumewnt must stand unshaken and un moved upon its. basis-741e Government must be preserved." ' : '''"- ' - I hope that all' the' People this , country will act in good faith, and in the follies' of their hearts, will, upon princi ples which you live enumerated here to day of the -maintenance of the Union; lay asidi; every other feeling them which is for the good of :our .cemmon .country, andoiith uplifted face's to heaveu, swear that hi onr ode and our altars, this glo rious Union shall be preserved.. Great applemm.3 t A - am gratified to find the patriotism of the country manifesting itself in these expressions. , It shows thet the attempt to de.stroy tha-Union. has failed. I trust we shall go on, determined to maintain the Union in its original purity against all opposers. ". - ' " . After some further conversation be tween membere of the eommittee, Presi- dent Johnson said:- 41 If I can now see all these States restored,. so that we can -proclaim peace and good will among the people of-the United States, it will be to me a happy day." Advice to the Democratic Party. , The ,Cliptierhead joarnati are- foid of fortifying, themselves in', their- attacks upon the "American Congresi with ex. tracts from thé gew York Herald,' We commend to them the following piece of advice from that journal of a late date: The attempt of bit 'Democratic mem bers of Congress to keep up the distinct organization if their party is a useless and unprofitable task. i The Democratic party of past days is defunct. It was shattered by 'old bunkerism and aces sionisto before the rebellion, and it was slaughtered by Copperheadiem during that period. The Democratic legisla tion of formes years prepared the way for the final collapse of the party. The truckling of the Pierce Administration to the Southern fire-eaters was followed by ,the incapacityand imbecility of the blundering administration -of old Bach; snail. These were both Democratic Ad ministrations,':, and the, worst that ever ruled the country., , - , : , 'Itirola Thal. Stevens lived in. Ad ems county, Pa.. tillbe converted it from a strong Ni:rhig to Democratic county. lie now lives in Lancaster, which, it he live' long enough, he will probahly :in' like - manner 'convert to Demorraêy. Vie observe that Lanoaeter city elects a, Democratic klayoredNew Álbahy,Ledger. - - ' Put you forget to say that Lancaster city haa nearly always done that same thing, notwithstanding the county la so overwhelruingly;Itepublican, and that the Democratic majority , this year was greatly reduced: 1. . , , , POSey County tillOn' Collirention,.! 'MT. Veen); Ind., Feb.10,1866. - Pursuant to, notice' , Un 0 LI 'Mali's' Meeting was held at the Court 'House, in Mount Vernon, Indiana, on Saturday, the 10th day of February,,1866, for: the purpose-, of appointing delegates, from Posey county, to the Ualon State Cow. vention, to be held at Indianapolis, on the 22d of February,1866....- A - - - Dr. Wm. M. McArthur, as Chairman of the County Central Committee, called the meeting to order; wheteupon Gen. Wrio. Harrow, was elected President, and Wm. P. Edson Secretary. -- On motion of Col. John A. Mann,' the following delegates from Posey county were appointed to attend the Union State Convention, to be held at Indian apolia, on the 22ad : o( February, 1866, to-wit tít' " t '; :.Black Townekt -!-Gen. Wm. Harrow, Major S; Milner, r: Win. M. McArthur, Seth:., M. Leavenworth, Cot John 'A. Mann, Conrad Matz, Charles Luning, C. Mous, Lieutenant Frank Greathouse, Andrew S. Alldredgef and Anson & Os born. Point Township.Captain W1122 C. Baker Lieutenant. Wm. Ellis, ,David Knighl and Jesse Dayton. , Marrs Township.Major ;amen AL Carson, Lieut. C. S. Mills,. Andrew Kak, Michael li,uminer, Judge- Urbin Marrs, and Lieut.-French Dixon.- - Lynn Totonship.--Capt.'T2. J. Trus cott, Alvia Pitts,Wm. T. Purcell, Wm.' Carol Pitts; B. Wilkereon Peter Kivett, Harrison Thomas, V. 'Walker I and Wil liam Alexander. - Robinson Township.Jobn Decker; F. Nelgen F. Bender, George Nelgen, rind Campbell Hayes. , Center Township.--Capt.- All Cox, , Eterbert Wallace, Dr, C. Elliott and Ma jor Jesse Nash. - Robb Township.Thos. C. Jaquiss, Dr. J.,C. Rutledge, John L. Waters, Ephraim Merrit, Major Wolf,' G. Hines and Thomas Robb. , Harmony rownshipJulins C. Miller, Captain Robert Clark, Captain H. Fit ten, John R- Huge, John O'Neal, James Lyon, Gellet Schnee., - ' TownshipCaptain W. J. Whiting, and George W. Lowe. Bethel Toonship-,-Roley ; niche ion and Richard Harris. - . - 4. ; On motion of Dr. Wm.: Al. McArthur, it was , - ... -, , Resolved, That all Union soldiers, and members of the Union party gener ally, residing in this county, be appoint ed as delegates to the Union State Con vention, to be held at Indianapolis on the 22d of February, 1866, in addition tolhe delegates specially appointed by this Convention; end that a majority of the delegates who shall attend the same be authorized to cast the vote of this county in such Convention. - On motion of Col. John A. Mann, the n2eeting proceeded to appoint the fol lowing named persons. as a Central Com mittee, with powers to appoint such cominittees in the different townships, in order to effect a n2ore thorough organ iZatien, in the County, to-wit:, , . General Wm. Harrow, Colonel 'John A. Mann, Wm. P. Edson, C. L., Prosser, Milton Black,Capt. John M. Duckworth, Thomas Conlin, Wm. Carol Pitts, Major games ht. Carsod, George Nalgens Wm. Cowen; E. Infigeis7TOb Capt. W. J. Whiting, and James Demo,- rae. On mötion'of ordered that the Orksfylings ,of thia meeting be publiabcdin tbe Mount yet boll 47:pion and Evaulyillii Jetlxma.i.. 0; motion of J. IL Chaffin, the meet. ing adjourned. Wm. LIARROW, PTO& - Wm. P. Ensos, Secretary. - - Cowen; 'I'Infige Capt. W. J. Whiting rae. On mötion'ofJ4 ordered that the I meeting be publish bop 47nion and Evs 0; motion of J. I ing adjourned. V - Wm. P. Bosom, St Pike Countj The Union voters' requested to meet at the Court Ifouso Saturday, the 17th for the purpose of t attend the Union be held at Indiana February. Let et county be represent vention. All who ern traitors gettini State, and who are late delatatinf ,rr 'county being mado are invited to borne By order Chain Committee. ; 4 - JEW Chaffin, the meet lettrni Eggl HARROW, PreL stary. Var,b1 lijonsninnicated: ' onTention. - f Pike county are mass convention, nal; n Petersburgh, on r February, 1866, cting delegates to .te Convention; to A ND kit on the 22d of a al y township in tha thowluer,i in the county con- 'Hut," , opposed to North- Urbset; into power in the ()Ow hc like ppposed to the - noes- of. Warrick , rreaiurer'of State, ST" land vote "No." County Central -ler See'V 12 a LILY. 7 mmamt,Erfoldigi.oeamom11 t - I lijonsninnicated: - Pike County ConTention. The Union voters of Pike county are requested to meet in mass convention, at the Court House, in Petersburgh, on Saturday, the 17th of February, 1866, for the purpose of eelecting delegates to attend the Union State Convention; to be held at Indianapolis' on the 22d of February. Let every township in tha county be represented in the county con vention. All who are opposed to North ern traitors getting into power in the State, and who are alike opposed to the late defaultinf ,rreasurer- of, Warrick county being made Treasurer'of State, are invited to borne up and vote "No." By order Chairman County Central Committee. 'at Massa, See y ...., JEWELRY. I .f kr , 'Watches, Jewelry DIANION,DS! SILVERVA 11;id 4,4 if 414. 14 C & 1..4,:; U0.4 Igo !' -; LAJ -AT 54timils.r. -4.X4, A,; t f 4 TO TUE TIDIES.; , : , 4 Et You went a lief Gold Watch end Melo, Dias pad, Crhaessis Asal or Plain Gold Bing, cal at P. L. (iLISSIL.Niva. Ft you wept a Plus Necklace, Bracelet, Broad '. Wedding Bing or Fine net of Jewelry, sun oa P. L. GEISSLICI, be Baia lilt. I THE MERCHANT, TIMMER, AND MECHANIC. , Ft you mania tie Beery Sold or Silver Bent. g Americas. &wink or awhile Watch, cell on GILMAN. an, Be la aloe the solo agent tor the oelebrsied Foley' Gold 1Pen, kith la universally acknowledged to be the est and beet writing pen in America. Persoual attention !paid lepairing line itches, Chocks sad Jewelry. All work goatee 41 to give entire satisfaction, or the stoney re. WA,. CE133LER: C54 Main St., - (ORS DOOTL,RELOW SZCOPD " - - ' HEW STORE ,COODS. LT j !I. .71 AM NOV HPriiiii(1; AT 3IT'iliST NEXT- DOOR ,-, FIRST 1,,TATIONAL , THZ utualtsr STOCK Clocka,1 Watehes,' Jewelry,' 2, Silver mid Plated Ware ver brought to tad city of ItvonsvItte,whirk I eau seU et greatly redsoed prices, for Cash. ' . ,,,, ., , , - ' , .: !' t: , . .' , 'Li ., t VVM. -- . - -117- AT'OHIS ot all grades 1 and makes; pricer ranging from lin to S360 ; all war - ' flukted Vock PniOlt"tflot4; I- - WATOHIS ot all grades and makes; pricer ranging from tile to S360 ; all war - ranted goock time.li.cipers.-, :j CLOCKS Tbo GUMMI 11 gletS Egotism Cbocas. . RICH JEWELRY of all Da ths Latest sod Most Pasb.., ,s tonable Styles. and iliaborate: ...Li-2 Workmanship. LI DIAMOND SITS; I:1 DIAMOND PINS. AND t2j BINGER RINGS. CA GOLD CHAINS la sad- lees variety. 0 WEDDING RINGS.: .-,i t4 GOLD THIMBLES. 0 SILVER THIMBLES, 0 , GOLD BRACELETS..t -, , IA PEARL BRIDAL SETS, ' ul , unsurplusable in beauty. t,., .; GOLD SPEOTACLES, ,e Da, SILVER " STEEL LL Ie. I. 0 SPECTACLE OASES, 0 EILVIIR AND PLATED log WARE is seta, halt sem, or apt ,ainglapiess. , - .. ' lid SILVER SPOONS, tli . SIITER OWLS, ,;. , , , tIrs SILVER KNIVES. sad t, pi SILVER Nsrust Rues, CI SILVER CARD CASES. ,, bd 2i: ,PEAB,I. CARD OASES, 4 ttl'-' FANCY GOODS OF ALL CA KINDS A DESCRIPTIONS. Ira FINS POCKICT OUTLER.p. , ,., k TABLE CUTLERY.'" '. 7, POCKET BOOKS. &a, VT And all Goods usually &nod .!1 la a First-01ms Jewelry 14. b.,, tabliehmeat. 1 -- I. '' ' 1---I Watch Repairing NA 'Dona to order oa the moil nil reasonable terms. -44 -- . ' ! s'.' Magrawilasge,c , . 1 -,, -, Both PLAIN 011111A11111TAL a I ;01 rwl I:1 ch. 11 , 1 0.,,,Mil a ilia.1 NO PM.. . . M.., ' ........ ' i HIGHIST PRICII PAID A 110& GOLD h BILVZIL, , . , '..-- -WM; BUCK:- - -- iher Those wishing to porches goods in my lime will do we to call and examine my largo flock before purchasing elsewbere, for I am go terwitaed net to be aadersold. , , oc20.11 I base also a doe essortment of Gold Pens of diftereat breads. All Peas warraatad foe two , BUCK. , !",! it !VI 1 VI - I ' I rt ;57 'It; 1( 1 -,- P ,(,,, '''''; f ,., ,. ..Z,4 ,i....1:il.i,-- :.- -,,i,t.-00,7',----, mi.ltiii,... L. , ,, , - .1, , , 77-. - t , IR P --, St - 4 : 4 til - 44 ,N, ,311. , , iv, ft I ,V,'o 1 o it ' - I .,k t 1 , , , ,q:; "', 0 ;00o, , - 1,, A AA...77. ttx , iiPE I - L.,tt ttoo,dO to to ti L..oto tot , 541 414 1111 r.1 4.io Al L, t 1 , , If!1.; To THE LADIES.; '; , : 4 , If You went a lief Gold Watch and Mato, Dim Mond, Chmed. deal or Plain Gold Bing, cal et P. L. GLIriziLitiva. If you want a Fine Necklace, Bracelet, Breast pin. Wedding Bing or Fine dm of Jewelry, eall on P. L. GAISSLAI, At Bala Bt. I'D THE MEHCHANT, FARMED, AND MECHANIC , If you want a tine Newry Sold or Silver Bent ing American daglish or awhile Watch, call on GAMBIA. Be le aim the solo agent for the celebrsied Foley, Gold ',Pen, Which la universally acknowledged to be the Inset and beet writing pen in America. Persoual attention paid ea repairing Boo Watches, Olocko sod Jowolry. Ail work Amason tood So giro satire satisfaction. or the mousy re. runded, by P. LI' CEICISLER: C54 Main St., (ON1 DOOTL EZLOW 8ZCOND alumni " ' sit-em : LI EV STORE AND-- - Elott ,COODS ,1 r , 0., - .0 fi,St 1 t.' 41,t fo 1 r AM NOW OPZNING. AT NY NZW OTOUB, N'EXT- DOOR :FIRST .TO.. ' NATIONAL BAls1K.I.,"' .1: , THZ 1,Aucnor STOCK 011 i; Clocka,1 Watehes,'. Jewelry, 2, Silver and Plated Ware Ivor brought to the city of lvensville, which I can seU at greatly reduced prices, for Cash. . , , t , - t &10-.1 IN . .. ..., WA I and 1 from - , , ISM& ...c- , CU pi Bata g Et( . 1.1 the L LI troart 0 Dial 41 DTI 1.,,a PING ' E4 hoe el ilia WIC Izt GOI I:: BIL 0 ., GOI 1.4 , : piti 1:74 ,,,,ttneur mr4 EGILi " Int E1 BP! . Cal , -BL' '-'b, WA 9,1 ' Ft natagla . oll BIL OHL co , m , BIL BIL' ,,,,.,ta BIL ' . ,009 '': ,PLA ' r.,..PI FAB 1 10 KIND :' Di BIBB 0 pl 1 TAB ' .,1d, POO E3 tansd g Et tablieh 431 ' Wa 0 'Dose 1 r , 1 '7, ! s','. : Both I 1 1 BIG ., ,-. A tog c ' ---Vit 1.......... M. Itrg Ks i wttit Sheer patronage, - -- ,' . At the Lowest A all grades rice. ranging c -, V V; 1 WO; all wow- ,1 ' n0'4'9961'4; : a 69 .."''''' l'-'' rho OSMIUM 11 EUCOCAIL . NEW- 1 , CLIa of all 1;10 .- '' N I Noel Pooh,: LA t r - Bed iliaboratir: - 1"2 - oe " FLOITR 'AND V i , 4 NO" 3 TO 4,81.1: !NTS; I:1 PINS. AND t2j gill' IINDICRAIGNIC id. GO .1. oa hand all kinds o .118 la end- CI Liquors. and Col IINGEL :,-:-;i t-1 Plc IDLE& - ' - 0 and be I am anxious to 1118 LIS. 0 '': sell as cheep MI tbo oho INUIT4-s -1, :---- 01 . with a call before purcha DAL SETS, ' til '' dee7 dSm I - ' ; ..,. ! . u beauty. i, t, 0,,, rAcLasi 0. SASH & DOO . - K 9, , ti I 1TED 1'3 7 ' , tli12 Or imps t ' 1.14 tii C 0 t I A - ' W i ' . ' Lad ' me .; ' , Laos, CI ' ' "' ' 1 E s . p4 ',,,, I g 0, -6 bed 'V ALL 17...1 .. ta Po ONS Ira A SAX., ,,, .., , T. , ao ..,44 g w41 r,i gino t4 OV f bead .!1 ...... y lia- be, 1. ',''', ...,14.4 , ri . nig .. 0:, , . mcIssi eti , . , 21 . . 1 , -i ,,,,, ; -,. 4, i : ITA 1,,,, , ' -. i . - , 4 ,, ! ' 'AID ! 4 114..;., 4, , 4 - , 1. ! t , DAC - I me to 4 e goods la MY ci mine my largo .:. ee, foe I am de- -',11 :, " ' -4e,2011 3 - 44,m, I Oold'Peus of , - mated toe two , : , 44 .,., ,,, -,. - '.--- ' ' " . ' '' - 1( C K'' ' ' ' -' jo , - , , . ,; , -- - GROCE113.-"---- ' New Bacon Hams. rryllIVTI4111'11 Also. Shoul rs, IL Bides smut Hamm, VD:MIRY DRUB'. - ! - 132 Midi infele Lt 1 ,... Xggs 'end Butter; ,-, 2,,. 1 poirriza at front 26 to 35 canto per pound ; froth Ai Eggs, 26 route per dozen, at VICKICRIf B1108 - - 132 Main street,. EIREBH CORN NEAL. - JO- at 4 ' ' - - - VICKERY BEOS 132 Main street MR Extra Family Flour, TN Barrels and Sacks ; made from old Wheat, A. wad warranted to give satisfaction, at , VICK E Y EROS'. ' : 132 gain street. ' Groceries Have Come Down, A ND as an evidence of it, VICKERY BROS. are aow selling Coffee 3 ibe for OD, that formerly out 60 cu per lb., but for the beveût of those who do not do busineu ou the "cheep and nasty " principle, we have a choice Rio Coffee at g DA, for 00moue better to be had. ROMS Inv ber everything in our line IN sold as low as at any ollser home ia the city. , VICKERY BROS., p t 132 Maio street. Honey.. , , , . ; ; QUILINZD BONZY nod Howy In the Oomb. ta for sale camp et $ , VIOKIRY BROS', ! 13t Main street ' WERT POTATOES and good Irish Potatoes. 0 la store and for sals at t VICKERY BRur. , , - 132 Mani street.' , sorgho Molasses. - 10 B hERICLSvery choice &retch).- for isle, wholesale sud retsil, very cheap, at 1 th; 1 't ' VICKERY eaor,' ; 132 Kale etreet.,! PLASTER PARIS AND OENLINT for mile low ot VICKERY BROS' , '" ' 132 Main otre'et. '-' Who Wants Meat Smoked! Tx ARE PREPARED to smoke Meat. In - If large or small quantities. la a good sate brick Sinokebeuee. Any Meat meat In by Tam day will be smoked immediately. Apply to VICKERY BROS. , , Teas 1 Teas I ,0,;; ; , , ,,txrx eniztbrox any house in letterIlk to V produce a better article of Tea than can be tadi at , ' - VICKERY 111108' ! Tree trout $1 20 to $3 per pound. - ,' r, J; la; EL , LIOTT. 4E; - SON - N- . drl t , INT Srr1-1,9r1 k 'osALluts gig t .-.; , --, -4 !. f? Oroceriesi and Provisional Ewa," 4 - . ' ) ",, PICKLES, P.Loun,,, JELLIES, RILIN, PRE8ERVEEtr----vORN, Car .141 400,111.1 BA 418,- ,, -4, 2E48, ,C.t, .4, BHOULDER8,1 Admits tor Dupont's Powder Do., and Johnson' Union Washing Machine sad Clothes Wringer. ' A large stock of Blasting, Eine and emulator Powder lawny' ow hand sA, - Jan 12 NO. 82 MAIN wrazirr. , , a. n. mann. ) DANIEL & KAHN, I , w , 1 NOLIMILLS DRALINS . , , 4 Grocorlatat Wines, Liquors, ClEnTS , t Cotton Yarn, anklet Xr.s.g No. X Water St. bet. Kato sa 4 Locust. , Iaall-ein CVLNSITILLI. IND. r 7.1 - t t t-t t41 HEAD it' mrstrEE,' , ;, , Wholesale : Grocers, , "- And Denton tn." " , Liguori,' Wines, Nails,' Glass, Cit. ton Yarns, Spices, Wooden Ware, Ike., dco. Mcs,. la M.flisi Strec4 (Opposite Branch Bank, f EVANSVILLE, INDIANA , ' FAMILY GROCERY!! o- s 3. ra;'nLesrstn4- 153, - - MAIN ST . 153 , , Between Fifth and Bizth. , WOULD ANSPIUNTEILLY INFORM THI -attunes of 211111111Tilife and the peopte geoerally,, that I have opened a first Class store. at Ito. I.30 Maga Street. for the, sato of r 40i 141 dn.- Staplo - - ,7 :ss. a ,:.4; -4 ,t; G13,0 CERIES .; 1317611. - Ct ;-117ATS,- i!!,!';:i: 731-i -BREADSTUFFS,' 1,1 FRUITS, 4 " ; TEAst :.! -; !:;;, COFFEES,'! SUGLESt , 41- ;'' OYSTERS '81'c' ' ; : A full stock of which shall keep oonstently on baud for the benefit of thews who may favor me with Sheer patronage, - - - , - At the Lowest Current Prices - ft, J. K. ' 153 Main Street; NEW STORE. N E . 't:' r FLOUR 'AND vLIQUOR -.STORE oz", IIITCASILOWIlk STREET. NVANSVILLI, IND. rill HI IINDICRSIONICDSZIPS OONSTANTLY oa hand all kinds of Liquors, and Common and Taney Flour. and be I am anxious to build ap 'rads. I will aell as cheep tbo cheapest. honor one with a call before purchasing. dee, am - . . , AYRES.. SASH & DOOR FACTORY. SASH AND DOOR rAcToRT, Corner- Ws lad Brent and Cane; - - , Evansville) Indiana. - , wit FURNISH TO ORDIR ALL HINDS OP Doors, Sash. Fran. and Blinds; also, keep oa bowl a biros stook of fibingles, Lath, Pisa and Poplar Flooring, Pio Lumber. Orr All orders promptly attended to. . , , oo4 - t PAPER WAREHOUSE. WZW WROLISALI i 7 PAPER WAREHOUSE,- -- 290 -Main street, South side, bet. Seventh and Xighth, xacruisNrzi,z,m, mc-nr- , ,M7M. CIZ0111Y-9 , 'Thelma Dealer in . , , PAPER, ALL LLNDB, BOSNET BOARDS, , , , BINDItit'd BOARDS. , CARD BOARDS. INV ELOBK.i. PRINTING ke 1 ilaving had nearly twenty yam's experience la tbis breach- of business, I Seel co,lident 1 tea 'make it to the intereatot ell persons buyiea paper to examine tny stock before snaking purchases. Orders by snail or otherwise shall receive prompt Noir Bighted market pries la cask paid ter Itse, Ifomp, arse' Rom &e. , el7.812 ,... 10,000 foYNastN. BAGS IN STOZI AID WPC HUGHES SON: 1 joll-tr , Crsor KAM ARA Second stree 1 1 ;TORE. virì . 't:' - STORE STREET. 5, NVANSVILLI, IND. SNIPS OONSTA.NTLY mon and Taney , ux. build ap a trada; I will Pie MI tumor am ling. , ALUM. ir EL FACTORY. I EXPRESS.' PRESS.-' I FANCY GOODS. I , :MEDICAL., , .' -ii,-"1-17-Im ' --- .- ': A t : , , , 4 . , , Adams Ex-press ; it ........, . ; .; c oMPANY Bass established a NJENV: 11PUTPL:1E ' , EZTIVICAN 1:-(.1 t,,: , , e 3 1., ' Cairo, Nashville and Points Booth. ' Iohusonville Tenn. , 1 1 Arrangements baring boas sompieteð, tilts old sod rellabie whimsy ars slow prepared to reosipt for freights to , ' NASHVILLE I t ' 1 CHATTANOOGA : , t ,,,, ATLANTA, AtÅ CON) , And all accessible polars 11,:;alb,, by 9as above popular awl expeditious route- , The artestioi of hierchants sod Shippers, sia the Wildman paid: generally. is directed to Silo ' Superior Inducements Offered by tills Old and Reliable Line. in point o dispatch nun great reduction La the rates freight. , , - ekg., ler roll parttrulare enquire at the kdauts Isom Off lee, No. 18, Chandler's Block, Wrens villa. - eleIf DYE HOUSE... - aney 11:)ye' on s W. GRAUNSigi, COR. OAK it CENTRIC STS., (Hear the Canal), - Ham opened Dye House at the above plass, and is prepued to color Silks, Woolen or Cotton Goods, Hair, de , in all colon. -' - , have been euraged in the business ever thirty. doe years, and have been employed in tho largeot establishments in gurope and thia country. mn,,1 hold myself responsible for all damage sustained by goods under lay charge. , nkg.., Cleaning and Scouring of Ladles' and Oen ileum's's Goode done at abort notice.' Give ate a lair trade. (cli0.6m) G RAIIPNIC IL Ana. t BANKING. . Capital Paid Ip. -'1! $350,000 Limited to -.$700,000 :THE riaRcHANTst - lIATIONAL BANK --1 Of Evansville, ' . C. Ito BEMENT .....Priesidenty J11104. 13 kLOCEIE ... .... Having commenced business at its Ottica, coratect , Main Ind First Streets. (Mere Its services to the citissees el Ivaseville sad its vicinity, being nrepared to carry os a , , logitinnato - General Banking Business, , Awl to Purchase and Bopply ,- 4 7-30,Treasury' IToies; 1 4' ,1 ,1,1" 1 ',4 Gold arid . ;;1: ;t , Dank Notess, ,' - '1 ''Bxchange. t - : , : A I ?r - - ' ' Buys 'IT.' CERTIFIZITES, BONDS, ' - , and other Securitied, and , -'' '' , Discounts FoREIGN and ' 1 - DOMESTIC PAPEIL,- And for accommodation !of mechanise and others, who have invested their wrings tasks popular Government it offers to remit, packarsi of 1.1. ti. Bonds, In Bear. tag Notes and other Seturittes, on Spacial Deposit" Fro of thargetatford lug entail holders tho opportunity to avoid the Insecurity and risk of rendition then in their own possession. -; - - -.. -1,1300TS & SHOES. NAM )II (.3 1LT S 141. -4' ' ' 0 OA) , ,N AxAaINT surizioarr. G. El Is , D22E ' ; Wholoasta dealer Is : ; d - ants, ; 4L, 4 , -; . nirld t, ; '' , , : t.t.; I ant now receiving Imre stock of the hest quatidee of Boots, Mhos', nate and Oape ever offered to the trade, whiob hero bees purchased tor cask, and will tos sold at a vory small advance CloAl and satanklua ay stook and prose Mutat:toss Issortioa., P. 8.I kale scared the ',wakes of Mr. IL Tenney, tato with P. liesionia, vita f bh old friends to call and 111Sainilill 111 stoat.. No troulde to show goods. , . Evaneville, Deo. 12, 1864.. ' - ' , ItAND LOOMS. ', ,LOOAIS !! LOOMS ! GiTCH IV; 4 .: 4 1,-4-4 , , : : ! , T I 'llendeniiall'e Improved : 1 Eland-7:Zacom;1 1)11g HAYS ISICURED THE Loa ENOY OF We Loom, sad are prepared to nil ordersi at the lowest Cash rate. The public, are Invited to call and see the Loom la operation, at - - : , ' ; r Gatch'a Shoe Store:No.37 Main Street. - - . A gun supply ot Warp, Tilling, Oscring end Bobbins on Imbed. This Loons is simplo in construction. A child tweivo pears old can svoave from 15 to 30 yards cf leans par day. diticront kinds of Clotis SOO bo mad' from the soma Warp. Groat toducosnants SO "nig PUrtheiSeg,it Gatch's Shoo Store- , ! -37 Main Street.- - ' Jean lot , SHIRT, MANUFACTORY. - J. SMITH'S - - SHIRT LIANUFACTOIIV. Ize), scJac)c:3tacl Ekt, , saars swot.) 011111T8 IUDS TO ORD IRON hi MM. CMOS& sad a at warroar A StOlt read ý.uswie shirts sad 0011111re at ars on hand. sae at prices tbat will ail the purchaser. lacking lattwolatokiag Bosoms, he. dew with twatates saludezateb. ful tor past favors, tho subscriber neglect (ally solicits a ocatanoto at the pat:soap arraity fraaSawoot Oar taa pea& Ivo Darr. - S. MOTU , T. 4111) : 4121 ; 4 oismOilsoh, 14 011111111,411 6..S r an-, : fir? 1 ai c ,. (,,,,,.,:::z! L.:1w Laki,..17 L7 L-N;7.,' ) 3 c ., t.,... , ,. , ,..t ; DJ C-77) ,r-gl CZ!" ' : C....." L (a ) . - . - FANCY GOODS. I . ' No Business Traisatted on Baturday4 A -BIG STOC : t - , ,C:0 PANGTY G001) Sit - - od:16- MIL :A. 1 'Wholesale th naafi 5,42 11(1.1nStr.,eet , - ! : 1 (BET,P,.EE141 ,$ECONA) C) M.211-6 raILL rz ,Encti , ran n 0 T S - .a.22.c2.,13713.et :, 1 i s'i ) 1 ' Community,at , Larcoo.,, : , ,;,., WE have just returned from the East with a well-seleoted Stock of Bonnet and Trimming Ribbons. Velvet Ribbon, Plain and Edged. Bonnet Velvets,' Plain and Fancy. r, : , Satins and' Silks. '-" ,-, LA, Ti t Frenchl and :American Flower's. , :; 0: 4 ,- ,4 Feathers and Flumes.- 1st. : ,14 Birds and Other Ornaments.' . 1. ,48:33 All Millinery, done, to Order at , ' Short 3 at Notice. , , Ar f, 4-At. IS Straw, Felt and Silk gots AMC Bonnets... 1) V., ti'c'"t7;, 10 " , 1 A Full Line of Cloths for Cloaks. - : Cloaks is Great ;Variety., Cloik OrnanientsA Fill' Line: We Make Cloaks to Order, in th , Best and Latest Style's. at the .,,. Shortest Notice. I , A Full Line of Brest Trimming, , A Big Stock pf Fur for Ladies anc 4 athildren. 4 ,' Pr,'' I 1 ' A Full. Line' of Human Hair, . .Every Shape an,d Style. 4.404 2.47 .4" ,,, '1,'14 A Large Stock. of F4ncy Wooles,' , Knit and Woven Hosiery 8.nd. , , Gloves. ,-;4 , Hat and Bozo let' Blocks.' , , , . , Notions and Fancy Goods tip Numerous to Mention. "" ' ) 'Let all buyers coming to town. call and see for lhemselves, compare-the price, as they; will And it as lowits in any city west o& New York and Philadelphia. sep16,6m. - BAUM t t : , .k , ,., : I ;4. .1;, $;1' st ;t ,,k STAPLE AIM RUC , 1 t . i . 4i '4' ' ,,',,CiC),OD .7 " ZIG, WIC:01ga , cal CI,. HUDtjil'ET.U; ,! :A-D ras: , . ,i; ,i1) '10 t , ,w A , - , : 7 LI& ',Cavil' LI ;1:4::"-It',1 - , a, ;., i t : i Q f-11 ; , , itUalE i ; 0 - , , t We Oaks ploottord -la 4stortnitig tar vuotomors sad Ms pgalo goaorally wo ors secolokag Ogr, v t, .1 s t; . . (,;.;.: .; Fall and Winter Gti'edi e i:, or , -1 4 : 4 Consist tag ill pert of ; ,,,,; 1,,' , t ft ,1 -, Brown and Bleached Sheeting', Skirting', Prints and DeLaittes ., , , - ,,, , r .. . , , , ,, Plain and ,Pancy Dress Goode , , every variety., , ;, 1 , Black Cloth', Fancy , Cassimeres, Casinetts, Satinetts, Jean", ,! , , Tweeds, -dm. , , , , . , A large stock of Plain 'and Twilled Flannels. Shirting Flannels. Linsey. Bed Blitnkets ðro , , ,,,;' ,''',' A large and carefully selected ateck of Fall and Winter Shawls, Bal. moral Skirts, Breakfast Caps, , Nubias, W001011'1, ,, and Children'e Hoods ,,,1 , and Scarfs. , ( , , -:4 - 1, ,,,, 4 f f.I e,41, !;4 Vit.t Cloths, Sacques, Ilits4nes' and Cir- - culare t n stock or made to or-t - der on short notice.' 1 , 4 large stock and great variat y of itosery, Notions, dm, dm 1 '. , i; t4 , it; Cri ,, 1,. " Ail ot 'which Were Purely limed previous to the recent aid . ranee In Dry Geod.'. ' ", . : We are contident that rye can make It to the Interest of " NW to call and examine.. J-;,;. Iiitnirk latsci Wirt conA SWF 11.40111.11 CSEAUI W.Mosann,a ,u Stock and PrIces " deal -Am siodmr MEDICAL. ISAISTIER.LIt'S , , , ,1013INE::AND:SARSAPAILIt.i.A. rßit is theonly medicine that' trill curs disemes - miring frotn a a Impure state of the blood, via: eCROFEIDA or WINO'S EVIL, CANCILA, Tumors,' treptione of the bkin, trysipelas, Chronic Forat-gyca, krogwerre or Totter Scald Beal, Old Sores, eviellinK of tho Oland', aprosy ih'hite Swelling, I-lies, Blotches. Soils. kiseples on the Face, Goitre,. Rheumatism, Driver Wes . plaint, Dropoy or Gratel, Dyspepsia,. Nerves' AffectieLs, General Debility. all Chronic Die eeees, net all Diseases arising from the two 9r Mercury. This medicine eosabime in a highly conecx trotted stare Um Fluid Ertracts of bersayertila,, Yellow Dock, etillingia, knodock, and the Iodide of Foramina also tho extracts or attend other vat habit Moots and B trke,prepered bya aew and highly improved chemical process fur olitainbig the active principle of thooe roots in its pure lied most perfect volatile stars, rendering the cols. pound tbe moot perfect, and ardcacions remedy known to man for the care of all them diseases arising front an impure state of the blood. or tho other holds of the symtem.- - " DS,. hAbTABLIPS IODINI AISD ' SAPASILLA Morels out the very gene or r7011ef diseases by purifying the blood, proJecing a healthy &otitis of the liver and ire secretions. elOelling nior bid. impure, sad diseased matter from the sys tem, and-;b7 Ite,eimultassons adios on all the various organs of tha body, it iniparta new end activi;y to the whole phylreal system. toe stomas those peculiar blood-1 nrify us properties Is the reason why it le equally edicatioas la , so many dine:eat complaint. ho other medicine fan tioutpare with 1., ; ,', , DS. NASTIBLY'S IOD11111 AND SAL , , . SAPARILLA fergketerrof BerriVic obstinate Old Solve. Tete ter, Winston, Salt ik-ald ea the - Face, Prairie litch.Illineis Mange, MM. sour' fcratchts.and all Iruptiona, of the Skin. But for the cure of all Old bores end Skin DM Mese of every kind.. ,, , ' -1 GRIDLIC 'S BALT IIIINUM AND 10 Iv : TZTTWI. OINTMUNT is a valuable assistant So the Iodine and flareapa rills to subduleg the disease. The Iodine and Sarsaparilla purities she blood and remove& the etas, and Att.. Ointment heals the mres Sag kilts the disease and thus a speedy and permanent cure is ellected Botts are reccuissenden. 1AI used for these complaints. ItN. MASTICS tY'S toPtsg AND SAS.. !e. - - ISAPARILLA is rapidly eupereeding ett ether Sarsaparillas and blood-purifying medicines., , Miserly all the old Sarsaparillas are dieter ded as worthless, and are sally bootee), while this every day inoraming in popular favor. Druggists and dealers who fonnerlypurehamed by the dome now order by the groat and five groat at is time. It is war ranted six times stronger, ebeeper, and bettor than arty other Sarsaparilla or blootDpurifying onailcine stow offered to the public, or atio Money will be taken for it. - 'therefore ask frie '',-, DB. MA8TABLI13 IODI NM AND SAW SAPABILLA ' i - , - Mid take hothing she. PriceThe Iodine end Sarsaparilla, SI 60 per bottle. o: Prim-0416144'o Sett Ithount ant Totter Mato Limit, 75 cents per bottle. . 1-krepared arid sold, by Dr, Wmterly Ceti .No.70 North Fifth street. 8t. Louis, Mo. Bold at their branch Family Mediclus Store, No. tell Mad ison street. Chicago, , , r ,,, For solo by t. he dregs lets,-Evannille. I ij,u'i o44 4 , r , , , , : : !- t tu' !' ' DM; CARTEM'S ITO."( BALSAM I ,L ,1 will tore - , , 17- (1010116.COLDS. STEM A, COMM hIPTION, Bronchitta. Spit lug of Blood, Pain la the Kids ood, BrieAt. Whooping Cough. Oroup,vad all Diseases of the Throat. Chest, aud Loons. , The most perfect, pleasant. and efficacious rem. edy ever discovered for all Diseases of the Throst Quist, and, Minos Is ,, CAtiTitit'S COVGII BALSAM. setedkitte datmediently stove conglii produces tree and easy expsotorattone removes 41 1131,3009 and Pall !natter front the air passages. gives ewe to difficult bras, bin g, allays the irritas tion of the Longs, and effects a speedy cure kir soothing stud beadily all the pulmonary urgent, DR. CAliTKit'S COUGel BALSAM Power fails to,eure ttionglie end tkside is a to" daye, and has cured thousand. upon thousands el eases,ot tionensuptiou after phyoklans and all other remedies bad failed, and the patients give up to die. This Balsam le the most perfect and lutellible remedy for all dtsemtes of else dating. knowe to the civilised world. - , Ask for ,Pr Carter's Cough Balsam. gad take nothing else. Price 76 canto for trial bottle; large bottles. Si 60 pee bottle. - LJ 7 t i I Prepared and gold by Dr. Z. Tretarly Co., No, 70 Nortb Path street. St. Louie, Igo. Sold at their bran, b family Medicine Store. No. W Mediae street, ,Disieag4, Ill. , , , ' , ,Por sale by the druggists, , , . e'it i! r t , l'.1-J 'CURE YOURSELF ' MAICEIVS SPECILIPIC. , This medicine will cure , .t riONORKSZA, GLIM?. STEICTUZZ. MEM. 'kJ tool Weaknew or Spertnatorrhea, Chords'. Diseases of the Kidneys bud Bladder, and all Dime w are oil the Sexual Organs caused by contagion or we tkness of either sex, male or female. , t. , Tit elegant, popniar, and Infit!lible prepare so,retebrated lit ail our largeoithos for tius torsi or privete dieeasea, Is mow o seed to the atilicied, and warraawd acurettil diereses of the genital organs of either sex,,itale sir, fenteke, in s few, days. ' : , ' '- DB. BAKES'S SPECISIO is the only gale and reliable remedy tor the cunt of Spermatorthea, generally termed Sentinel Weakness!, caused by self abuse or excessive Ore dulgence, new so toad's ily prereent ill ell pr: of Ilia colintry I - - ; BA It ZIDS sprourro, le' a great healing, purifying end self-curing reinedy, requiring no medical, aid or AbdTtelko With this great medicine, you can cure yenned, and avoid ell chance of exposure and ruin by lg. soma. preteneins doctors. DS. BAK SR'S, INYECTION. , In, caws of Gonorrhea, (Meet, end litr?de Or, Baker's Injectios is tecouttnendad to be used la cortjuaction with the SpeciAc, as it swots,. ialiy aids in subduing tbe inflammation wed stopping the disciterge. Both are restostmended to bo used in thew complainut. treatise ea sexual diseases called 41 The Stooge Isstructor," accompanies each' bottle of the lie, Price..Dr. Baker's Specific, It 50 per honks; PriceDr. Baker's Injection, 00 par bottle. 4. Prieo--litale Injecting Syria, 3e, SO costal ire. mile Infecting Syringe, tit eats. Sent by express town parts of the coast,' ea receipt of the looney and twenty.five tante addi tional to pay for hexing and shipping. . Prepared aod sold by Dr. Z. ithiliterly Co., No. 70 North Fifth etreet, Louis. Mo. and their broach 'tore, No. 99 kladisoa We:W. Gbh cago, id. For nabs by the druggiste, Remittal lie. --,- I ...a ( " , , , ' !.t v- ETIREKA t AT , .1 44,-41 INFALLIBLE 11Allt RESTORER.; -nICIDILDLY vgno BEST ARTIOLli tor Re storing Grey Nair to lie original color (not dyeing), effectually curiae nil disease et tile eta'p, preventing the hair Irons &thug off. giviog it a softnestrand gloss that not hints else eon pro. duce. Price, per bottle. Sold by all drug. - - , Robort Visitor. Agent ond Naaafacturer, lit. Louis, bio. Sold by Dr. Z. latterly A Co., No. r 1141111 Fifth atm, St. Louis, Mo., cod at their brawl Funny m Idicine Store, No. 99 Madison street, Chicago, It Boole, sole General Agouti, to whom all orders I luit'be addressed. I ' For sale 'sy tite druggists of Brener11c ' '4 , - DIU iLILISTILIFILIVOS i .; nDIARRHEA 13YRUP. n Trihisumuednicaloreåle, svpylessielisTetzeRudr,loonfatilrlhol7 ecuureototr: kJ (oboe ()ramps or flprotnea, Bowel Com., ohkinte, end al( Der$00111011r4 et HA &Amanda and Bowe a of Children wises 'farthing. 's Tins celebrated. popular, and otelOhle remedy has been used by the most respect ebbe tad total. Hgent families la elts Louis for t be lest Steen years la all cases of Diarrhea, pssetstery, and Bowel Complaint, aud ail suite la pr mmeocleg II the moat speedy and effoctual motheit ebey have weer weeds Price, 75 cants pst bottle. Prspared and fold by Hr. It. Heats 'fly Ne.10 Hurts filth street, ht. Loma. Mos bold et their breech stereo. idadisoa ottowle Chi earth tor wale by the druggisht, ItssalerliTs6 ; C16 r.A! Jint SANDICILIV .i,TuREE-mrsrun This colobratod Salvo tincture '', t , ' NORMS, WARTS, MOLES, RINGWORM, antl. ; Toothache in from Ore to ton SD A trial will coorinsatiso moot incredulous of fie siltation miraculous power sod efficacy in xis. Etc:tying Warta and stoles, whkh ars always! &noise to time oyo, impairing oar's toasty, sad, instantly curing tins tormenting pains from Corso and Toot has ho.' Prim, 75 mute por loot tio. Dr. Emitters' 'three-Minute Salvo will bo sent to all parts of th4 pantry ost reeolot of tho primp,i' and ton canto to prepay postage on the mama. , Prepared and sold by Dr. E. taotorly A Co.. No. 70 Nurth Whitt otroot. Et. Louie, tin. Sold at. their branch le amity Modloinis btore, No. 99 rad, lane street, Chicago. , , , n i For sale by tin" dragglets, Seagoville. ; , ' DIU ICAJITE , t - , 1INIVERSAL---FAMILY (-!, for the, corset ÐILLIOUtI bISEASKS, MEADALORE,', Lose of Appetite, Llystispens, Liver Com plaint, Costivsnoas, danodire ad all J.orange, bents of tho System whore as Alderient or Ca thartic illedsotwa to roquirod. ' , Dr. Easterly's Cu:sorest Fong, rills aro 'or, mild and pleomuit is their operation. pit morns prompt, and ellectual la cleansing tbe system.. from all billions sod irrilutait Dilli4ei thou lb, various other pills la geooral nee. For Liver, complaint anti Dyspepsia they aro invaluable., Those pills are pure,' vegetable in their Mgrs. client, and will to found much enpartor to other pill' to cure the duirowia incident to tho Wool. romilko, try them - 4 , Peke. 60 0111411 per bet --forty la a bon. , Prcpered ette sold 61 Dr n Wistlisri7 0o.,; No- 70 North Firth street, bt LOWS, hie. Bold as thou' branch Family ttedicino litore, No. 99 hist; how atelot, Chicago. z ,,rt 41 , For este by the druggi!te. - MIAMI; wola - a r 1, o t .47 o - II, F I , A 1, ' A 1: : : 1 i , 1 ; ) 1 i i . to 4 : f , 1 ., . i; 1: 1: , ', 1 , ; , 1 , , i'. 'i ; 1 1 4 1 II r 1 , -, I . 1 ! I i 1 ' 1 ,r9" --...,- , - , ,, ,.,11 -- - - F