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FOR SALE. An Express Wagon ; can ! seen t the Factory -f J. B. Green. For further particulars inqnire at No. 47 Main Street. oct2 1T00D CHOPPERS WASTED. One hundred V Wood Choppers, to chop wood a short dis tance up the Canal at SI 35 per cord. Applv to P. BOYLE, No. 12, First Street, or to sep30-2w JOHN SMYTH. I RITTENBERG has just received a variety of fine Stereoscopes. Also, Patent Revolving Stereoscopes, containing Seventy-five splendid views in continuation, without any change except turning a small knob. The very finest views ever Men West. Any one desiring to purchase any of thesa braut.ful instruments and views can see them at 07 Main street, Evansville, lad. An early eall is respccfully solicited. Sept. 26-3t. FOR SALE The undersignedoffers for sale at a reasonable price, for cash or on time, a two story brick Dwelling House, containing seven rooms. Possession can be given in ten days from the date of purchase. Enquire of sep 28-dlw. GEO. LANT. CITY HOTEL FOR RENT The above naraed house is favorably located on Water street, opposite the Steamboat Landing, and has lately been painted inside and out, papered, and put in good order for a first class hotel. The long and noted name of this House is sufficient guarantee to any-person qualified, to insure him a good busi ness. Will be rented on favorable terms, ifrom 1 10 5 years. Enquire of CHARLES HARRISGTOK. Evansville Ind., Sept. 23, 1863. SATURDAY M. THAYER, J. X. S1LVERTHORX, . OCTOBER 3 Editor. Associate. COMPOSITOR WANTED. A good compositor can find steady employment at this office, at 30 cents per thousand. Apply soon. On our first page will be found a Tery readable letter from Indianapolis by " our own correspondent," which was accidentally delayed one day. Also in teresting political news, and on our fourth page will be found the proceed ings of the City Council, River News, &c- The Posey County Convention. On our first page will be found an ad mirable review of the proceedings of the Posey Copperhead Convention. It is written by a sterling War Democrat, whom the Democracy in days past, have delighted to honor. Trained, as he has been, to revere and love the principles of Andrew Jackson and Stephen A. Douglas, he repudiates those bastard Democrats who would build up an or ganization, though in the effort the Country might be forever ruined. The course pursued by the Mt. Vernon clique towards Mr. Burbisch, formerly a Surgeon in the rebel army, who received the nomination for Coroner, is peculiarly rich. The idea of a small clique of pol iticians deliberately setting aside the action of their own Convention, and striking out of the proceedings before they are published all that relates to the nomination of one of the candidates, excels in impudence anything, in a polit ical line, that we ever heard of. But no comments on our part can add interest to the article of which we speak. It is complete in itself, and demonstrates with the precision of a mathematical demon stration, that the Copperheads of Posey County hate soldiers, unless they have served in the rebel army. . -i...ni n uie peace: cer tainly he disturbed Quantrell in his peaceful work of burning Lawrence and butchering and burning its inhabitants while in their beds and unarmed. We are surprised to see the New Albany Ledger join in this ill-natured howl against the loyal men of Kansas. Ev ansville Journal. He certainly did not disturb Quantrell while burning and sacking Lawrence: but coward as he ia, he sneaked away Z f flZTt ofnLawfeD,?e le them in be liutr-nprerl hv Onantrall nnrl when Quantrell had gone, came out and commenced his hellish work upon the peaceful inhabitants of Kansas and Mis souri who did not happen to be thor oughly abolitionized. K A. Ledger. The man that calls Jim. Lane a cow ard, has certainly very little acquaint ance with him, or is himself very reckless of public opinion. Whatever faults Jim. Lane may have, he is not a coward, as he has clearly proven on many a desper ate field. It would have been a poor compliment either to his courage or dis cretion, to have remained at home when the city had been surprised by a horde of savage but 1; peaceful inhabitants of Mis souri and Kansas," who were wreaking their hellish fury on the unarmed, unor ganized and terrified inhabitants. Lane, with trua courage, escaped from his house, which was quickly filled with these "peaceful" friends, rallied a band of his friends and pursued the flying thieves, wreaking vengeance on these "peaceful inhabitants " led by Quantrell, who was just fresh from a peace conven tion at Springfield, Ills. AJfew Disease The Shell Disorder In Charleston. The South Carolinian, a rebel paper, thus refers to a new disease, which seems to produce curious effects : "A new disease called ' Febris Crus tacea.' or shell fever, has recently broken out on our coast It breaks out suddenly, the patient starting as if alarmed iust m -1 P . . . " cases 01 cnimren having a convul- SifSfi U,7 o Di . mmwuob ui surprise, aim are agitated, a sort of chorea comes on, or sudden jerkings of the lower limbs, causing a tendency to locomotion the disposition being to move about from one place to another, but rather more to ex ercise in a straight line to some distant point. Some, whose knees are weak, are taken with a tendencv to shakine-. hut it has been remarked that many of these cases seemeJ trenp-thpnprl an.) th move as rapidly as more vigorous sub- J6CTtis class of cases predominates large- ly, while others have a disposition to in- action, and show a propensity to avoid any motion, even to walk up stairs. They strangely have a disposition to descend infn nnrJrcrrrnnr? r-ol l. ... j i menu, where they rema n almost power- ' " J g0ne In the center less, fancying they hear noises in the ' tne Tm& s a whisky shop of large air, such as whistling, whizzing and curi- dimensions, where, under the euphoni ious shrieks. This class seems to have ; 0us sign of "Frank Riot's Ale and the nervous svstem rendered very acute, i prtQ. . , c c and sleep badly, waking up constantly .. whlsk? of the forty-ro.l pattern with a start. We saw some of the cases ' 18 80 d tne thirsty and wearied visi- witn a siari. nt taw suuie ui me cases recently in Charleston, and met several during the night, actually in the streert . - . . ii .11.. . - .11 . 1 1 . l.A v e ucaru oi one om genueman wno leu ; tion of iiiw yesterday morning w U the Charleston Hotel without notice, and . a . . ' t mormng. but it ran with agility in the direction of the ; has not been st0PPsd Citadel, who was found in the morning ! If you want to know auythiug further hugging a post under its north wall j about the mysterious movements of safe from harm. Many other cases were- i , ,l- l i , . , , ' , troops at which J. have tamely hinted, noted. Recoveries were generally rapid J . and we heard of none terminating mor- 1 re,er )'ou to Gen- Lee official report tally." to the rebel Wa Department. That's That disease will, most likely, rapidly what Artemus Ward calls a agoak!" increase before Iocs. f'-rrespondencf of too Journal. Letter from Indianapolis. BroiAHAFOLn, Oct. 1st, I860. My Dear Journal : The State Fair is dampened by a piti. less rain which, since daylight, has poured steadily down, to the disappointment of the thousands who are here as visitors, and to the chagrin of the Board of Agri culture, who find their receipts at the gate suddenly cut off. There are signs of clearing up as I write, and it is proba ble that this afternoon all will be well. Among the articles of merit on exhi bition, are the bells of the American Bell Company, New York. They are made of steel, and for strength and pu rity of tone are unsurpassed by the best bell-metal bells. The bell is so arrang ed by self-acting cogs and wheels that the clapper strikes in a different place each time, thus insuring against fracture from frequent striking in one spot The price of the bells i3 only fifteen cents per pound, whereas bells cast from regu lar bell-metal are from forty to forty-five cents. Parties wishing bells should in vestigate the merits of this invention be fore purchasing. A map case and black board designed for the use of schools attracted much attention. It was patented on the 22d alt The model only is on exhibition. The case is intended to be about ten feet long, ten inches thich, and six feet wide. The front is painted for a black board, and opens at the side, with hinges in the center, one half folding back. Within are arranged on slides a set of outline man! in hcrht frnmfa sn that any one can i . & , . be drawn out full length and studied by a class of pupils. The whole; apparatus will occupy but little space in a rooms and is certainly one of the most conven ient pieces of school furniture yet in vented. Tho merchants and manufacturers of Indianapolis make a good display of their goods and wares. We find elegant cases of hats, caps, furs, millinery goods and saddlery. The display in the picture gallery is very fine a number of oil pho tographs from Mr. Runnion's gallery are equal to any I have seen anywhere. The usual number of hogs and sheep are found in the pens on the south side of the grounds. Among the latter is a lot of one hundred of the finest sheep ever ex hibited in the West. They belong to Samuel Braden, of Amity, Pennsylva nia. Some of them are offered for sale at the modest sum of $50 a head. I was interested in a new patent gate, exhibited by Mr. W. C. Herider, of Ohio. This invention is one of interest to all farmers, who know the great inconve nience arising from the sagging of wide gates. This gate is self-sustaining, and the children may swing upon it ad libi tum. For their benefit alone it should be adopted. Mr. Herider's address is Miami Town, Ohio. The stock exhibition is scarcely worth mentioning. In this department, the most important of all, the Fair is an en tire failure. There are finer horses driven in your streets every day than are tof lasT ndrses' Y naVe not seen any which could compete with the " flyers " of our townsmen, Messrs. Bement and Morgan. The trial for speed, however, has not come off yet. Perhaps there are " three minute " horses here, but they have not made their appearance. Major General Slocum and staff were at the Bates House with a number of his line officers whose names are familiar to the conntrv as connected with the history - J ' 1 I.UC At 111 J Ul llllZ A ULUUiAV;. IHOl lClt at noon to-day for parts unknown. Governors Morto: , and Yates of Illi- nois, left this mornir g for Ohio, to take part in the campaigu. Hon. Henry S. Lane is here, and is said to be en route for the same field of labor. It has been suggested by many who have visited the Fair this year, that it would be well if the Board would change the location of the State Fair, every sea son. Of course the city aspiring to the honor of entertaining the citizens of the State for a week, would be expected to prepare the grounds, and if necessary contribute toward the premium fund. This could easily be done. The amount of money disbursed during the week of the Fair, in any city where it might be held, would induce all business men to subscribe liberally. The Fair would benefit Evansville, less than Indianapolis, for the reason that this city is emphati cally a " retail town. " The retail dry goods stores are far more numerous here than at Evansville, and the stocks are finer and displayed in more elegant sales-rooms, but one looks in vain for wholesale houses to compare with those in your own city. But the Fair should be changed for the purpose of giving other parts of the State an opportunity of exhibiting their products, more fully than can be done while the location of the Fair is nprmanent Thlc mtto. .;il N toIked over throughout the State be- 'Ore next year. It is time the landlords and saloon keepers of Indianapolis should be satisfied with their share of the spoils. AITERKOOX. The sky has cleared up, and the sun is setting in all its brightness. To-morrow will be a lovely day, doubtless, and i we track wall be in fine orrlr-r fnr A trotting matches. I will furnish you with a summy f the time made, and i & rep0rt ! the names of the winners ' 0 tae " race ancl money.' The Fair grounds to-day would have been a lair representation of a race j auu ncaneu tors. 1 took the pains to notify an ! cer of the Board of this flturmnt 1 1 V offi- tt!1- O "U" Ion, From Our Own Correspondent. A List Of Killed, Wounded, Captured and Missing of the 5Sth Indiana Volun teers, at the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. V)th and 20ih, 1863. Field and Staff. Wounded Sergt Maj Wm H Fowler. Captured Surgeons Samuel E Holtz man, Wm H Downey; Hospital Stewart, Thomas Burch. Company A Wounded Captain William Davis; vis; Corp Geo Taylor; privates H F Broad well, Ira Hartley, Moses Wether3poon, Wm R Patterson, Sylvester Minnis, Silas D Bennett, John W Coleman. Adam C Harper, Thomas Minnis, Fordy DaJour nett, John H Crow, James B McCray, John Farris. Captured Anthony W Lindsey. Company B. Killed Corp S K Carnahau; privates B A Lowrey, Jas Chaughan. - Wounded Capt James M Smith; 1st Lieut James D Foster; Orderly, E 1 F Utlev : G R I Starmout, Elijah Lincoln, Raney Ros borough, Sylvester Lowe: privates Geo W Thompson." Harvey Wade, Henry C Vickers, .' ha Loundsdale, John R Sproul, Wui L Sproul, Jasper Heisz, John D L iard, Wm E Thompson, Jo seph Dunt i, James Woods, Daniel Stokely, Ja, .'j Stiner, John J Hollis, Jno Lance, Alvin Lockwood, John Marvil, Robert H Parker, J A Rutledge, R D Smith, Ham Woods, P C Woolsey. Missing Sergeants Wm B Crawford, Josh Willson; privates Saml Cornelius, R L Wallace, Thomas Weiding. Captured Albert Wills, John A Bald win, E Page, W H Eaton. Tompkins, John Crosier. Company C jr7777 Pm.,(oo T.indiOTT TTnlrW. Aaron Ureen. Wounded Henderson Wheeler, Har rison T Wright, Jos T Chew. Missing -Robert Dixon, James Tomp kins, John Crosier, Company D. Killed William Robinson, James W Allen. Wounded Corps V McPaul, George Gasaway; privates Caleb Green, Stephen Wills, i U Tisdale. Missing Philip Deafendoll, Heverly D Jones. Company E Wounded Ord J P Norman ; Sergts Gilbert Armstrong, Wm Mathis ; Corps Charles L Holland, Elijah Black; pri vates.Samuel P Ledgewood, Geo. Barnes, Richard Hembree, R. D Crawford, J. T. Alexander, Wm. Nance. Missing Sergt J. M. Ratcliffe: Priv ates Patrick Galligan, Edward Cook. Company F. Killed Second Lieut Hugh J. Bar rnett, Eezekiel Boren. Wounded Sergt N. P. Eskridge; Corporal William Grey ; Privates John Sanders, John Richardson, John Bald erson, Benjamin Tilley, James Dow ney. Missing Corporal Richard Embreo. Company G. Killed Corp. David Robinson; Pri vote Obadiah Wyatt Wounded 2nd Lieut, Robert Crom well; Corporal Joel L. Evans; Privates Jonathan P. Brenton, James Miller, Wm. M: Reck, John W. Rock, Geo. W. Woods, Jacob Brenton, John Bordersf Corp. Thomas Deadman. Missi?ig Private Mahlon Heacock. Company H. Killed Privates John Rush, Benja min Mcrherson. Wounded' Corp. William II. Kendall-, Privates James M. Elder, Need; Geo. H. Singleton, John Catlett. Missing Private Andrew Kolb. Company I. Wounded Orderly Joseph T. Strong, Sergt. Enoch Wood, Corporal M. J. Pal mer, Privates Saml. E. Blair, D. P. Haw kins, Allen S. Pride, Solomon Rhoades, Chas. Luff, John Moore, Hiram Shaw, Elijah A. Bell, Thomas J. Kinman, John P. Benedict, James Jones, sr. Company K. Killed Capt Charles II. Bruce, Privates John Swan, James Broils, Alexander Knox. Wounded 2nd Lt Saml. L. Snider, Orderly H. C. Howard, Sergt R. E. Steward, Corp. Calvin Renier, Priv ate Harrison Beat, T. Haddock, J. M. Ashley, J. A. Mills, Horace Hall. Missing Sergt. W. A. Rough. RECAPITULATION. Killed, 17 Wounded, H3 Missing, 17 Captured, 8 Total 155 J. J. H. Chattanooga, Sept 23d, 1863. STEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BY THE E. W. LINE. Exclusively for the Journal. News from Washington. The Missouri Imbroglio Still Unset tledNo Call for 600,000 to be Is suedJapanese News Blatters at Chattanooga. Special to the New York World Washington, October L Returned prisoners who arrived to-day declare A. P. Hill still commands the Richmond de fences with about 8,000 and Longstreet reinforced Bragg three weeks since with 20,000 men. The Cabinet is said to be equally di vided on the Missiouri question. Judge Bates, brother-in-law of Governor Gam ble, and P. M. Blair are very active against the removal of Schofield. Several members of the delegation declare to-day the latter will be superce ded, though it is quite certain the Presi dent has given no assurances to that ef fect Special to the New York Tribune. We are enabled upon the best author ity to say no draft for 600,000 men, nor any further draft other than last ordered and now in progress, is contemplated by the Government A squad of rebel guerrillas made a dash on one of our trains near Fairfax to-day but discovering a strong guard they skedaddled. Thj Tribune publishes a correspon dence from Japan, giving detailed and interesting accounts of recent hostilities committed by Damios and semi-independent Princes of Japan upon the Dutch and French vessels. It is generally known most, if not all, of Japanese Damios have shown them selves extremely hostile to foreigners. The Government of the Tycoon, what ever may have been its real sentiment, has some time been wavering between maintaining friendly relations with for eigners and yielding to the pressure brought upon it by the Damios. The latter found it convenient to give new vitality to long unrecognized supremacy of the Wickade, the soiritual ruler. i through whom a proclamation went forth i that all foreigners should be expelled. Thr, Council of State of the Tvnoon iuuna u necessary to conform to this proclamation, and three hours after pay ing to the English 110,000 for the mur der of the Englishman, Richardson issued a iormal notice to the ministerial agent of each treaty power, that foreigners must leave Japan and all ports be closed. Upon being remonstrated with he pro- fesscd tt act under compulsion and some timeiatcr they even appealed for foreign aid. The Dasnios meanwhile had repaired to their principalities to put the sea coast in a state of defense and their retainers in fighting order. The attack on the American shipping was at once disowned by the Zedoo Government, who stated that tho attacking vessels belonged to Prince Migato, a principality in the South corner of Niphon. The French, English and Dutch mer chant vessels have also been attacked by the same Prince. All these hostilities proceeded from the Prince of Migato. and a part of the largest of the Japanese j Islands and the principality of Satsumas, whose Prince, according to accounts, published by us yesterday, repulsed so successfully an attack of the English fleet. The Province lies in the Southern is lands. Ic appears from the account of our cor respondent that a combination of Daimos against foreigners may be expected. JSpcvial to the New York Herald. Washington, Uctober 1. there is 110 foundation whatever for rumors said to be in circulation in New York that there has been any interruption of the line of communication between the army of Rosecrans and its base of supplies. The latest official information from that quarter indicates that matters are progressing as favorably as could be ex pected and no apprehension o( disaster of any kind is entertained. Dr. Dolan, Medical Inspector of the Department of Washington has been or dered to report to Gen. Rosecrans as Medical Inspector of the Department ff the Cumberland. St. Louis, October 2. The Democrat's Leavenworth special says previous re ports regarding a change in the depart ment of Missouri are confirmed. Kan sas is now a separate department. Gens Hunter and Curtis were offered command, but both reiused. rJrig. wen. McNeil has been tendered the place and will probably accept. Gen. Ewing i re moved. It is reported he will supercede Blunt, and that Blunt is under arrest and or dered to St, Louis. IROIfl NEW YOSK. Gen. Slocum and Howard Remain In Service Two Armies on the De fensiveSpeculation on Army Offi cers. New York, October 2. The Commer cials Washington letter states that Gen. Slocum has consented to remain in com mand of his corps (the 12th) till tne lall campaign is over. He will distinguish himself and corps. Howard also remains in command ot his corps. The enemy's position is a strong one on South-west Mountain and running to wards Racoon Ford. Richmond papers confirm this, though it is apparent that Lee does not medi tate an attack. It now looks as though both armies will remain on the defensive. The same letter intimates that Hooker takes Burndsie's command under Rose crans. Hlver and Weather. Cincinnati, October 2. The river has risen 2 inches and is now stationary, with 2 feet 10 inches in the channel. Thermometer 66. The rain ceased about 10 o'clock last night. Pittsburgh, Oct. 2. River 17 inches by the metal mark, and falling. Weath er wet. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. OFFICE OF THE EVANSVI: LE MAS 1 LIGHT COMPANY, October L J THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR THE Directors of this Companv will be lield on Monday, tho 26th dav of October, 1803. oct3 JNO. J. CHANDLER, President. REGULAR PACKET. For Green River. rpHE FINE STEAM F I -T A S E. D Rt'ST GREY, Clerk. LEAVES FOR BOWLING GREEN AND Al.r. intermediate towns tbia (Saturday) evening at o o'clock. For freight or passage applv on board, or io COX & HUMPHREY, Agents. Evansville and Henderson Daily Packet. THE SWIFT AND RELIABLE LIGHT DRAUGHT PACKET K E O T O , COMSTOCK Master, Will take the place of the " Effort," and will make two trirs to Henderson dnilv. Leares Evansville daily at 11 m. and 7 p. m. Leaves Henderson daily at 7 a. m. and 4 p. m. Connections made at Evansvillo with the Ev ansvi le & Crawfordsvillc R. R. For freight or passage applv on board, or to JOHN B. HALL, Evansville. oct2 MORRIS .t BUCKNER, Henderson. Court Notice. STATE OF INDIANA, Vanuesbckoh Ootnmc "I In the Court of Com mou Pleas, January Term, 1603. Willis C. Mitchell, Mary Mitchell. J Divorce. IT APPEARING BIT AFFIDAVIT ON FILE in the office of tho Clerk of the Court aforesaid, that Mary Mitchell, the defendant in the above entitled cause is a non-resident of the 8tate of Indiana, notice of the pendency of such action (tho object of which is to obtain a divorce) is therefore given to said Mary Mitchell, that the samo will stand for trial at the next term of tho Court afore said, to be begun and held at th Court Ilouse in the City of Evansville, in tho County and State afore said, on the first Monday in January, a. d. 1864. Witness tho Clerk of said Court at Evausvillo thib 2d day of October, 1863. LOUIS RICHTER, Clerk C. C P. V. Co. Chandler Si Uynes, Pl'ffs Att'ys. fyM VOLUNTEERING ! $302 BOUNTY For New Recruits! $402 BOUNTY For Veteran Volunteers ! MEN OF THE FIRST DISTRICT OF INDI ANA, tho Governor has called for seven or more Companies of Infantry and five Com panion of Cavalry from this District Shall lie have them ? I call upon yon to give the answer. My answer is, " HE SHALL." Will you endorse it? I think you will. Your country needs your services in the army, and oilers you inducements which will enahle you to leave your families amply provided for. Any one wishiDg to recruit for the Regiment by raising Companies, or parts of Companies, will receive commissions for that purpose by applying to me in writing, accompauied by proper recom mendations,, directed to Mt. Yernon, Posey coun ty, Indiana, until the organization of the en campment. JOHN A. MANN, Commandant 1st District. Other papers in the District please copy, ocmf NEW BOOKS. LIFE OF STONEWALL JACKSON -, PROF. AGASSI'S METHODS OF STUDY IN NATURAL HISTORY; THE DEAD SHOT, or, Sportsman's Complete Guide ; THE OLD MERCHANTS OF NEW YORK, by Barrett ; OUR OLD HOME, by Hawthorne ; SQUIRE TREVLYN S HEIR, by 3Irs. Wood. I HECTOR o halloran, by Maxwell. i YANKEE pkivateer, by ingraham ; : TEN YEARS ON THE TOWN ; KITTY ATHERTON, or a Broken Life ; THE POOR GIRL, by Pierce Egan ; A NEW ASSORTMENT OF PICTURES. MADAME DEMOREST'S FALL FASHION BOOK. LESLIE'S MAGAZINE for Oc:obor; HARPER'S ' ODEY'S ' h OCKET BOOKS of all varieties. sep.2-4. Just Received at DOBELL'S BOOTS & SHOES. a? Dec jss BI BOOT A. N I) s HOE HOUSE. 10. 63 SAIN STEEET, A re again in Market with the largest Stock of (iOOD GOODS, We gay GOOD, for we sell that kind of Stock), to be found in any House of our acquaintance East or West. TItey were bought for Cash the firm who !lit; spends the greater part of his tune hast tor tnat express purpose. With many years experience in the business, we flatter ourselves that we understand it well, and with f.iAiliioc --f run nnmmanrl wp i.lCniLlLb lib OUl CUiilUldllU, VVtJ .;.xl fric3. w ill Sell Goods as cheap as any Jobbing House in the coun try, we care not where that House may be located5; if in the East we will add trans portation. We would re spectfully call the attention of the trade to an examina tion of our Goods. We like to sell good Goods ; they speak for us whereever they go- MORGAN, READ & CC HAT HOUSE It is not a mooted question that MOHGAK, READ & CO., ,7 "r a-r-r r r Have the Largest and Hand somest stock of H .4 T S To be found in any one House in the West. Men's, Boy's and Children's Hats of every Fashionable style in vague either East or West Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool Dress Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool French Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool -i Planter and Planter Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool Burnside, Monitor, Cochran, &c, Hats. Men's Plain and Colored Leghorn and Straw Hats. Men's Panama & Palm Leaf Hats. Boj's Fur and Wool Hats, (great variety.) g Boy's Leghorn, Straw and Palm Leaf Hats. Children's Fur, Wool, Leghorn, Straw and Palm Leaf Hats. The above Stock has just been purchased directly of the Manu facturers of New England for CASH, at low figures, and we will sell as low as any jobber East, transportation added. Call and examiue our Goods before buying. No trouble to show goods. MORGAN, BEAD & CO. COLLECTOR'S SALE. Collector's Sale of Real Estate for the payment of the costs and expenses of Sidewalk Improve- VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BY i.1 virtue of a precept issued by the Mayor of the j City of Evansville and to me directed, I will sell i at public auction, at the door of tho Court House iB said City, Friday, October 9, at 10 o'clock i a. m., the following Lots or parcels of Real Estate, or so mnch thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount charged and assessed against said Lots re- ; spectively for the costs and expenses of making Bidewalk improvements upon said Lots, together with the costs of sale, and that the said sale will be continued on the next day thereafter, viz: Satur- : d:iy, the 10th of October, at 10 o'clock a. m., at i the same place for the purpose of selling such prop- i erty as may have been sold on the day above men oued and not paid for: FOURTH ENLARGEMENT. L ot No. 1, block No. 8 ; Frank Chambers heirs owners, $16 58, STOCKWELL'S ENLABGMENT. Lot 0, block 1, C. L. Neiimasten's heirs, 82 32. N. W. lot 10, block 1, 90c. W. 8. BOEPPLE, Collector. Evansville, Sept. 24, 1803. WM Ullt H CITY ADYERTISMENTS. Order t f Co ecil directing Lot to be Filkd. AND NOW HERE IT APPEAP.ING TO THE Common Council of the city of Evansville that lot two (2) in BlK;k sevnty-stven (77) in Lantas co, iii ftO situated t L ' water collects anil remains stagnant thereon, and the owner of said lot is hereby directed and required hy the said Council to fill np said lot to such a height a will prevent water from collecting and remaining stagnant thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. I, A. Pfaftlin, Clerk of the city of Evansville, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of an order of said Council, passed on the -24th day of Auguts 18i:, so far as it relates to tho within named lot. r s In witness whereof 1 have hereunto f isnbs ribed bit name and affix I the SEAL- s al ot said ci'ty this 22d day of Septa s ber, A. D. 1863. A. PFAFFLIN. ETansville, Sept. 23, 1863. Clerk. CORPORATION NOTICE. OCDF.R FOB A BRICK SIDE WALK. Sept. 26. 1863 And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of th" city ot Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the south-east ide of hixth street, from Main to Lo-ust streets, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side walk of Class No. 1 to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, ClerK Clerk'i Office, Oct. 1, 18C3. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR A FLANK SIDF. WALK. Sept. 23, 183. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the Citv of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining tho east side of Third avenue, from Canal to Sixth street, in said City, cause the side walks thereou to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a a side walk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 1, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. OBDF.R FOR A PLANK SIDE WALK. Srut. 20, 1803. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by ti e Common Council of the City of Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, Ironting on or aojoininr the east side of Third Avenue, from Sixth to Franklin streets, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper eride7and that thev cause a side walk of Class No. 2, with woodsn curb, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication o: tins order. A. PFAFFLIN, CI rk Clerk s Office, Oct. 1, 1803. CORPORATION NGTICE. ORDER FOR A PLANK SIDE WALK. Sept. 26, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the west side of llnrrt Avenue, from franklin to seventh streets, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to 1 brouKht 10 the proper grade, and that they . cause a side walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication ot this order. A. I t Ar r Ll , Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 1, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOB A PLAVK SIDE WAPK. Sept. 26, 1863. And now it is h.-reby ord ' and directed by the common coum il of the cit Ev ansuillc that the owners of all lots or pari : lots fronting on or adjoining south east side oi Mul b rry street, from Second to Third Btreet-,, in said city, canse the side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon with in thirty days from the publication of this order A. P'A JfLlJi, Clerk Clerk's Office, Oct. 1, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDKK FOB A PLANK SIDE WALK. Sept. 26, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts of lota, frontin on on adjoining west side of Leet street, from High to Centre streets, iu aid city, canse the side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side walk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publi cation of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 1, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. OBDEB FOB A PLANK SIDE WALK. Sept. 26, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of tho City of Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining west side of Leet street, from Centre to Second street, in said city, cause the side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a 6ide walk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN. Clerk GROCERIES. E. B. WHEELEE. AS. BIOGS. W. J. 8UCQ WHEELER, BIGGS & SUGG, Whole! le dealers in SALT, COTTON YARNS Nails, Window Glass, Sash, Doors, &c. Jto. 17 North First Street, Corner ol Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. COPARTNERSHIP E HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH US WM. J Sugg, late of Uniontown. Kv.. in th w Wholesale Grocery business. The style of tho firm will be Wheeler, Riggs & Sngg. WHEELER & RIGGS. pOI'FEE Just received 100 bags prime Rio Coffee; 50 bags good fair Coffee ; 50 boxes Ground do ; and for sale cheap at WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S OYRUP & MOLASSES iJ 25 b barrels Syrup : 25 barrels Rertrand's XXX Syrup ; 10 ' Stewart's Syrup ; 20 " extra Honey Syrup ; 40 " N . 0. Molasses ; SB half bbls Honey Syrup ; 50 half bbls Rertrand's XXX Syrup; 60 ten gallon kegs Syrup ; For sale cheap as the cheapest at WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG'S. O PICES k3 25 5 bags Black Pepper ; 15 bags Spice ; 10 bags Raw Ginger; 5 bags Cassia ; 20 eases Nutmegs ; 25 boxes ground Ginger ; 30 " Pepper ; 25 " Spice; 5t M Cinnamon ; 50 " Cloves; 75 " Mustard ; for sale low at WHEELER. RIGGS A SUGG'S. OUGAR- O 20 hhds. prime New Orleans Sugar; 20 " fair " " 10 " Porto Rico Sugar ; IB boxes Havana " 25 barrels Crushed " 25 " Powdered ' 25 " Coffee ' 15 " Telllow Coffee Sugar ; for sale at WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S. Af ACKEREL 1VI 25 barrels No. 3 Mackerel, large ; 25helfbbls 1 " 25 " 2 " 25 " 3 " 30 quarter bbls No. 1 Mackerel ; 35 " " 2 " 25 " " 3 ' 25 kits " 1 U 50 " " 2 " 70 " ' 3 Just received por rail at WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S. DTE STUFF, ETC. 2 cases Manilla Indigo f 1 case Madras Indigo ; 1 nna Liutcn Madder ; 10 barrels Alum ; 10 " Copperas ; 3 " Cudbear; 50 boxes Extract Logwood ; 2 barrels Brimstone ; 10 Sulphur; 5 " Spsom Salts; 2 - Vensia Bed ; 2 ' Spanish Brown ; 100 boxes Washing Blue ; 10 frails Soft Shell Almonds ; 10 barrels Filberts ; for sale cheap at WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG. XX700DEN WARE. ETC. V f 75 dozen Red Buckets ; 50 dozen Blue and Red Buckets ; 25 dozen Well Buckets ; 20 do !en No. 1 Tubs ; 45 dozen No. 2 and 3 Tubs ; 75 dozen Wash Boards ; 20 Nests Buckets, 3 in nest ; 10 dozen half Bushel Measures ; 50 boxes Clothes Pins. For sale cheap by WHEELER, BIGGS A SUGG j T?L0UR 100 barrels extra Family Flour on j JJ consignment at WHEELER RIGGS A SOGG CHOCOLATE 25 boxes assorted brands best hocobV H- A. COOK'S. OQUARE BATAN U do square ratan Market Baki-ts: 1i,.avv JU.TI.Ulil l. r l T. I Ml Hn trher nnH M.irbut man i,u r...A- I sept.27-tf. I ' -1 . 4. LULIft. CHEESE- 50 boxes Western Rj servo Cheese ; 20 bozes Hamburg Cheese. Just received and to arrive at WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG'S. TEA, TEA, TEA 15 half chests assorted Oolong Tea; K " " Japan ' " " Young Hyson Tea ; " " Gunpowder ' ' " Imperial Just received at H. A. COOK'S. LAMP CHIMNEY BRUSHES 20 duz. -in handle chimney brushes ; At H. A. COOK'S. CHEESE SAFES 1 doz, large size wire chees" safes, to be had only at U. A. COOK'S. LYON'S COLUMN. LYON s V. GO . - "-3 5" as - 3" 00 00 p 3 a O 5? 53 okj -3 - c P 3 li -s g P a o 4 d CO M a 9 C5 3 6d S. 3- 5 m B a a 3 CD 00 o en GO c r. 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SARDINES 20 cases halves and quarters for lor sale by g. K. GILBERT A CO. MADDER 1 cask prime Dutch Just received and for sale by 8. E. GILBERT A CO. 1 w vn,A r- . . . . . I aLflSjKJ Iounus i06t quality for sale bv -- S. E. GILBERT Mt P.n ; ' , No. 4 Sycamore Street , SUGAR Loaf, Crashed and Powdered Sugars 50 bbls. just received and for sale by S. E. GILBERT A CO. fT'RESH RICE o ti. roes just received ; for sale -- by 8. E. GILBERT A CO. RICE bags Prime Ri ; At H. A. COOK'S. CJODA ASH O 3 oasks best quality Soda Ash ; ,,.-, Just Received, at H. A. COOK g. M AC A RON A AND VEBMACILLA 25 boxes Macaroua; s m Vermacilla ; Jaat Bceived, at H. A. COOK'S. s AL SODA 2 casks Sal Soda; GROCERIES.; 7KQ1T5. FP.l ITS L doz 2 c--.ni Fresh Peaches, 20 ' " Tomatoes, I 30 " " Blackberries. Ju t received and for sa.e at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY CROCEBY. 3INE APPLES L 10 doz 2 lb cans Frjsh Pine Apple, 10 " 2tTiart Bottles " For sale at ELLIOTS FAMILY GROCERY. JELLIES JELLIES G dozen assorted kinds choice Jellies, At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. ChampaigneTideb - 8 dozen Quart Bottles Champaigne Cider. F.t aale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GBOCEB. RAISENS AND CITRON 20 boxes Raisers, 100 lbs Genoa Citron. For sale at ELLIOTT S FAMILY GROCERY. CONCENTRATED MILK 4 dozen 1 Si cans ConcentrateJ Milk, Just received and for sale At ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. PRUNES 200 lbs Turkish Trunes, 2 dozen Jars French Prunes. For sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY PRIME PICKLED PORK 10 barrels choice, for sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. St OMETHING NEW 5 gross Mix's Patent Ventilator for Coal Oil Lamps. Witn this burner no chimney is needed Call and see them At ELLIOTT'S FAMILT GROCERY. COFFEE 20 sacks choice Rio CofTee, for sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. B BUSHES 10 dozen assorted sizes Feather Brushes, S - ' " Counter " 20 ' assorted kinds Scrub Brashes, 10 " " " Shoe Brushes, 2 " Flour Brushes. Just received and for sale at ELLIOTT'S F.VMILY GBOCEBY. FRENCH MUSTARD 8 dozen Genuine French Mustard, for sale At ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. FLOUR 50 barrels Double Extra White Wheat Flonr. 200 8acks " Just received at - ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. CIGARS & TOBACCO. JOSEPH FENDRICH & BEOS., Mo. 155 Forest Street, &. 49 South BALTIMORE, ID. JOHN FEffDRICH & BROS., COLUMBIA, PA., AND F. FEHDB1CH & BROS., Evansville, Ind., . Branches of tlie Baltimore House, Will ! or TOBACCO. yTE ARE NOW THE MOST EXTENSIVE Manufacturers, in our lino, in the State. We offer the following Tobacco aud Cigars, of our own manufacture, for sale : 200 Boxes of Five Lump por pound 50 CU. 200 Boxes of 10 Lump per pound 00 Cts. 200 Boxes Frank's Orange Lump ifr lb. &5Cts. 300 Rose Bud, iu Caddies, per pound GO Cts. 300 Boxes Barow's, in Caddies. 300 Caddies Peach Leaf, per pound 60 Cts. 200 El Dorado, Light, per pound $1 00 300 Caddies Pancake, Light, per pound 80 Cts. 100 Boxes Sun Cured Tobacco lb 55 Cts. 4.000 lbs Home Spun Twist Tobacco ; 1,000 Barrels Smoking Tobacco ; 200 boxes Bond's 8cotch Snuff; 50 Hilf Barrels Fine-Cut Chewing Tobacco; M Merschanm Pipes ; 100 Gross Briar and Wood Pipes ; - 200,000 Clay Pipes, assorted ; 100 Gross Bobber Pipes ; 10,000 asscrtei Pipe Stems ; 25,000 Conha Cigars ; 24,000 Henry Clay Cigars, first's ; 26,000 Henry Clay Cigars, Second's : 2S,000 La Napoleon Cigars ; 30,000 El Brutus Cigars ; 200,000 Half Spanish Cigars ; 200,000 Segareets ; 220.000 La Salradina Cigars ; 400,000 Packs Smoking Tobacco ; 50 Drums Turkish Smoking Tobacco ; 1,000 Bales Kinnicanick Smoking Tobacco f 50 Drums Shangbie ; 2,000 Pounds Mackabov Snuff : 2,000 French Snuff Merchants and Store-Keepers, look to their interest ; examine our Urge stock. No. 37 Main Street, Sales Room Factory, Cor. Locust A Water Sts. We manufacture all the above goods, and will ael 30 per cent, cheaper than any House in our State. We would call the attention of Merchants who deal in our line, to buy from the manufacturers, where they run save 30 per cent. F. FENDBiCH A BBOS., PS1 Evansville, Indiana. GROCERIES. WHOLESALE STOCK OF Wood and Willow Ware ! ! 1 I HAVE NOW IN STORE and to arrive, the best assortment of Wood and Willow Ware ever opened in Evansville. The attention of 'be trade is called to my stock, which will be found full and complete. H. A. COOK, 73 Main street. GENUINE IMPORTED CASTILE SOAP-15 boxes, warranted genuine CastiU Soap; At H. A. COOK'S. 0 LIVES AND CAPERS 2 doz. French and Spanish Olives ; " Nonpariel Capers; At H. A. COOK'S. H OLLAND HERRING 25 kegs Imported Her ring, i resn auc very choice ; At H. A. COOK'S. COFFEE, COFFEE 25 bags choice Rio Coffee ; 5 " " Java Coffee; 5 " " Marracabo CoBee ; 2 bales " Gunn Mocha Coffee ; In store and to arrive, at H. A. COOK'S. FLAVORING EXTRACTS 24 doz. I oz. Extract Lemon 10 24 4 " " VanilU; M Peach ; Cellery ; Bom : C 4 4 4 4 Orange : At H. Warranted A No. L A. COOK'S. VUTS, DATES, AND PRUNES X 1 10 barrels Java Almonds ; 5 " Bordaux Almonds ; 10 " Filberts ; 5 ' English Walnuts ; 3 " Brazill NuU; 300 pounds Shell, d Almonds; 3 fails Fresh Dates ; 15,00 pouuds Best Turkish Prunes; At H. A. COOK'S. 'LOTHES BASKETS ' 15 sets oval Clothes BaskeU, 4 inch ; 15 6 " M 10 " square " " S " - "lrge size" A, H. A. COOK'S. " TARKET BASKETS iVl 100 nests Imported and Domestic Willow Market Bask. ts, 4 tnen ue. , .11 11. A. LVVA O. O 30 doz. assorted sizes, covered round School Baskets 10 do- assorted sizes, covered oval School Baskets ; AtJL A. COOK'S. GRAIN SCOOPS 2 doz. Wood Grain Scuops; At H. A. COOK'S. SARDINE OR CAN KNIFES 10 doz. French Can Knifes. Every Uraily should have oue. Ten times the cost saved every year. Ouly to bj had at H.A.COOK'S. CODFISH. CODFISH" 2 boxes large Codfish ; I drums " Just received, at H. A. COOK'S. ELLY, JELLY 12 doz. assorted quarts Jelly ; JJ24 " piau " At H. A. COOK'S