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WANTS, FOR RENT, &c.
W ANTED. A situation as Book-koeper, As sistant Book -keeper, or Salesman, by a young man of active business experience AmIv to No. 6 Water street, or Jurnal Office, sets FOB SALE OB BEST. A two story frame dwelling house, having nine rooms. Also for sale a One Story Frame dwelling house, having two rooms, a kitchen, and a cellar. Also 40 acre of land one-half improved, within even miles of the city. Also for sale a flue lot between Second and i Third Btreets, fronting thirty-seven feet on Main Street. For farther particulars enquire at the office of oet7 LAW A ANTHES. TAILORS WASTED Six good Tailors can obtain employment, at the best of wages, by ; ! applying immo iately at DAVID ANDERSON'S, oc8 Main Street bet. First and Water. WOOD CHOPPEBS WASTED. One hundred Wood Choppers, to chop wood a short dis tance 89 the Canal at SI 35 per cord. Apply tj P. BOYLE, So. 12, First Street, or to sep30-2w JOHS SMTTH. CITY HOTEL FOB BEST The above naned 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 Honseis sufficient guarantee to any person qualified, to insure him a good busi ness. Will be rented on favorable terms, rfrom 1 to 5 years. Enquire of CHARLES HABBISGTOK. Evansville Ind., Sept. 23, 1863. THURSDAY. ..OCTOBER 3 M. THAYER, Editor. S. SILVEBTHORY, Associate. "The number of prize vessels taken into the port of Philadelphia since the commencement of the war is eighty-five. The most valuable, including the cargo, was the steamer Bermuda, which realiz ed more than $500,000. Several of the prizes which brought heavy cargoes of cotton realized large sums. "The correspondent of the New York Herald affirms that Rosecrans ad vanced from Chattanooga into Georgia under imperative orders from Washing ton. If that be so, the advance needs no rational explanation. The Herald 8 assertions are generally false; and its affirmation is the best evi dence that the thing ought not to be credited. The Way to Make Money. At the present time, when taxes are high, money plenty and interest low, the question arises in the minds of those who have a surplus of unemployed capi tal, " What disposition can 1 make of my money to yieid me the largest income I Many opportunities are offered and many inducements are held out, but the un certainty of affairs in the future render a majority of them hazardous. Invest ments made in improved real estate cen trally located, promise more permanent and profitable income than anything else. Some of the best improved real estate in the city will be offered for sale at auction on Thursday, October 15th, by the exe cutors of M. W. Foster, deceased, and an opportunity will be presented for those who desire to invest The following ex hibit may be interesting and instructive. Sappose the double stores, corner Main and First Streets now occupied by Healy and Elliott to be worth $20,000 and rent for $2,200 per annum payable quar- T, rl j. 1- -1 C j- - ' ' IB III! " " IK &u MB So 3d 4th Qr. 560,' 8 25 55S 25 rsnt at end of the year 5io 00 Total $2,249 .50 Deduct State, County and City") taxes, average 2 per cent. SoOO 00 on $20,000. ) Government tax on income JJ2.200 3 ct 66 00 Tire insurance on building $6,000 cent 45 00 $611 00 Set income for 1st year over 8 ! cent SI, 638 60 Interest on $1,638 50 for one year at 6 9 cent 9$ aj Income tor 2d year same as first, 1,638 50 1,736 81 LV7-"X--: ..S3,3To 31 lUKirBl v-'-- 00. Third year Set income $1,638 5. 1,941 02 Tor third year t5H5 33 Interest $312 98. Set income $1,638 50. xuurio year.. Interest $430 07. Set Tifth year ..$1,951 48 income $1,638 50. 2,068 57 Interest $554 18. Set income $1,638 50. Sixth year 2,192 6S Interest $685 74. Set inc me $1,638 50. Seventh year 2,321 24 Interest $828 20. Set income $1,638 50. Eighth year . 2,463 70 Interest $973 02 Set income $1,638 50. Sinth year 2,611 52 Interest $1,129 71. Set income $1,638 50. Tenth year 2,768 21 Set profits for ten years $21,596 73 Estimating that the advance in rents over this calculation would keep the property in repair, the property would have paid for itself in less than nine years and a half If the profits as they come into the hand3 of the owner should be invested at par in 5-20 six per cent. U. S. bonds, which can be obtained readily at any of the banks, he would have received of this profit in gold $5,706 73 and if sold at 40 pram, would yield an additional profit of ! $2,282 69. Estimating- the property to have been worth: Pi85 lot 40 ft front $4,000; Building $9,000 CIO QQQ J?'000 - S20.0O0 Xne same increase on the'lot with twice the de JiE!"0?,!, bcildng would give in 1873; lot $20,- 000 ; Building $6,000 $20,000 00 Add net profits in Bents, 10 years... $21,596 73 Premium in Gold g, 282 69 iOlal fronts and Protw.rfy lari lu,7d 2 Or net profits of $29,879 42 for an in vestment of $20,000 for ten years. " Money is of a prolific generating na tare. Money can beget money and its offspring canbeget more, and so on." "lad bis Soul Goes Marching On." It is well known that the leaders of the rebellion and the northern copperheads give, as an excuse for their treason, that they desired to preserve the institution of slavery. How well they have succeed ed may be inferred from the foilowing from the Nashville Union of Monday mere was a negro recruiting ofiice on Cedar street, at the door of which stands a negro sentinel with his musket A ! number of persons standing around yes- ! terday, took considerable interest in ' noting the conduct of white officers who I passed by. The sentinel saluted every ' officer that came along, and received the ' usual recognition. At last Gen. Granger ; was espied riding up the street, accom- I panied by a lady, and he immediately 1 became the focus of all eyes. What would he do? Would he return the salutation of the sentinel of African lin- i eage? He did. Returning shortly after, i by himself, the sentinel saluted him the second time. The General paused, put him through a brief lesson in the manual, and when he brought him to u present ; arms," saluted him and departed. We hope this example of the worthy Gen CM will not be lost upon the lesser lights, who appear to be afraid that the negro : will get upon an equality with them, or j they with the nesrro. we don't exastiv know which, and who are shocked with the impropriety of patting arms into the hands of men of color. Col. Scrlbner. Among the ollicers who distinguished themselves at Chicamauaa. and of whom all accounts speak in the highest terms, is Colonel Scribner. ' of our 38th regi ment. The New York Herald's ac count of the battle alludes to him: Commandino- the 1st brigade of Baird's, or rather Rousseau's division is a Colonel named Scribner, bis regiment beine? the 38th Indiana. In three im portant battles this officer has distinguish ed himself highly. At Perryville he won from llousseau, the hero of that day. the proud title of " gallant little Scnb, and it has cluur to him to this day. At Stone River, with the same officer, he aided to stem and stop the current that swept McCook to tie rear. On the Chickamauga, with his same brigade, he has fought through two days with three wounds received on the first, and has clang to the field from the beginning. Devoted heart and soul to the country, his services and wounds should gain him that reward of promotion which the com bined recommendation of Rosecrans, Thomas, Rousseau, Crittenden, McCook, Stanley and Mitchell failed to obtain from the President. It is not enough for those who bleed and suffer to know that the country re cognizes its indebtedness to them. The representatives of the country should give him visible tokens of that gratitude . It is not the " guinnea stamp " of rauk which these ambitious, hard-laboring, hard-fi J-hting soldiers want It is the substantial recognition by promotion that tells posteritv they rose by merit. They wish to say to their children, '' I began a Captain, but I did not remain so. There is no man in the Army of the Cumberland to-day more worthy of such recognition than "gallant little Scrib. " Spirit or the Richmond Press. i SISG, FOR THE PRIDE OF THE TYRANT IS BROKEN'. Is it yet time to intone the nnthem ? If Gen. Bragg's bulletin is to bo receiv ed with full confidence, we might safely do so. " Our victory is complete," says the exultant General. Posibly but it would have been more prudent , to have refrained from saying so till the week of I battle was ended. Our victory ciinnot be ; complete unless it is consummated by A J 1 the recovery of Chattanooga, lhepnze of the conqueror is East Tennessee. The incomplete result is very glorious. Prisoners, cannon, the burial of the dead, possession of the field, pursuit of the en emy all the trophies an 1 tokens of suc cessful war our own. But let us await for the end before announcing the tri umph of the Confederate arms in the Central West it has become the settled j gystem i the enemy to prepare, before delivering battle, some strong point in his rear on which hecan fall back after defeat, and win byliis own reinforce ments and our indiscipline, what courage could not secure. The Generals of the United States I know well that none of their troops, whether Eastern or Western, can sustain ; with success the first onset of a Southern j army. But if they can protract the con : test, and retreat without a rout, till they j reach their reserves, they usually win at j last Why? Because a Southern army becomes a mob after a victory. Oener als and troop3 eive way to an exhilera- tion proper to schoolboys. Ihe men strn.o-olp. the officers drink, and ell brao- i of the wonders done by our divisions! ! Chicago, October 7. The Evening j Hence it is that none of the Soathern j Journal has information from passengers '! leaders have been able to secure the ; from New Orleans that Franklin's corps ' fruits of victory. Beauregard, Lee. was repulsed in an attack on Brashear Johnston, Bragg, each in turn has been i City, censured for not pursuing advantages Afterward Ord's corps, the' 13th, at wKSpVi ;n ntkov nnnptriea onrl hv ' tanked and completely defeated the reb i other Generals, have certainly bet-11 ren- . ek 2io particulars or dates given, aiuiyin mtj s-pu-it ot a militia organization has been the source of all j our reverses and the cause of all our mil- itary disasters. General Bragg has the I reputation of being an exception among , our commanders. It is said that he has aisciplined his army, though it is difficult tohelieve that he deserves that praise, to; credit thegtales of desertion and discontent from his regiments, which have been often repeated. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BT THE E. W. LINE. Exclusively for the Journal. FOREIGlfNEvysT"" Highly Important from Europe Mason quits England In Disgust. Sandy Hook, Oct. 7. The Persia fJLom ,Llverpool 26th, and Queenstown 2 ah, has arrived. Liverpool Saturday Cottbn un changed and firmer. Breadstuff's dull 1 revisions steady. Illinois Central 12 ! 14c discount Consuls 92. Lyons, Sept 26. The Rhine over Bowed about seven feet alono- tho lin. f 1 U- T -, , " " : me juyons railroad and the submerged along the banks. country is Ihe pirates Alabama, Georgia and Conrad had visited the forts of Cape Good Hope, and captured and boarded several vessels. The steamer Vanderbilt left St Helena August 20th, in pursuit. The Alabama had captured fifty-six prizes. Mason's letter to Russell, in withdraw ing from England, was published. It quotes Davis's instructions, sayino- he believes the British Government isde termined to decline friendly overtures, and will not receive a Minister, and it is therefore no longer consistent with the dignity of the Confederate Government for Mason to remain. The Polish question is unchano-ed. It isfreported that Baron Grass in formed Earl Russell that it was theonin- : ion 10" FrODcl Qo-rcinujeui, iclailvu to Polish negotiations, that it is prefera ble to close a useless discussion. Further Sews by the Persia Locali ties and Purposes of the Rebel Pi ratesA Saval Engagement Immi nent. I New York, October 7. The steamer Persia, from Liverpool on the 26th and ; Queenstown on the 27th, is below. A Paris letter to the World says the j pirate Florida is being repaired by gov j ernment engineers and laborers at"the j government dock yard. When she goes j to sea, she will salute the French dao-, i and it is already publicly stated that the confederate salute will be officially re sponded to. Three Federal vesseb of war are on ' , the watch outside, and the chances of an action are imminent. I The papers state that the Florida will ' ; leave Brest during the present week, bnt 1 this is not true. She will leave the dock but not the fort In the meantime she may be joined by one or two formidable colleagues. -Nkw York, October 7. Dispatches from the Army of the Potomac say, aboot d o clock to-day, rebel messengers in the shape of shells paid us a visitTthe firing was on our left, in the direction of bumnierville ford, and as we treated them with silent contempt, they shortly gave up the amusement Tribune's Dispatch. A private in the 2d corps was shot in . the woods inside our lines, near Raccoon i Ford, by rebels, Friday last five rebels ; were captured. An artillery private reports he was ar rested by rebels within a mile and a half of Gen. Meade's headquarters, robbed and released. He states forae time ago citizens of Loudon and Fairfax counties had peti tioned Jeff. Davis to have Moseby re moved from that region, as the horses which he captured did not compensate for the horses taken and damage done by the Union troops in pursuit of him. To this, Jeff. Davis and Gen. Stewart responded that the people could not see the good done by Moseby with his men. which was keeping a large forte of the enemy from Meade whice might other wise be employed elsewhere. New York, Oct 7. The Times Washington dispatch says a colored bar ber, direct from Richmond, where he has resided the last eighteen years, wuu has been in close contact with leaaing rebels, says the battle of Chickamauga is not considered by the people ot iulu mond a success; that Richmond can now be easilv captured if the Yankees want it, and that the.officers of the army haye frequently said in his hearing, it would be abandoned should the army of the Potomac advance in force. Many citi zens assert publicly, they will not offer any resistance in case of an attack, because it would be utterly useless. The people are daily sending their effects further S . tb, in anticipation of the com ing of the i ankees. One day last week the State nard was called out to sup press a th itened bread riot. Hundreds of employes of Government, with their wives and the wives of soldiers, assem bled in front of the State capital, armed with clubs and other weapons, demand ing of the authorities relief for their starving children. An extensive riot was only prevented by the prompt action seem to confirm the statement tnat tne forces between the Rapidan and Peters burg is only 35,000. It is a suggestional fact mentioned by this colored man, that Stuart has failed to get a commission as Lieut. General on account of his numer ous defeats. A Newbern letter of Sept 9th, to the Herald, says a few days since Captain Schaffcr, of the 85th New York, with a detacmentof the 104th New York: regi , ioofi Ponnsrlvsnis and his own v:s:t,j the enemv's salt work ociment. v " at Nagshead and destroyed the woriis, ! which were supplied with wrought iron i pans and about one hundred bushels of i salt i The enemv was making about 150 bushels per night, and sending it across Carrituck Sound in canoes. Capt. Schaffer found no rebels, and the works were destroyed without oppo sition. Major Gen. Peck and staff started on a few days' inspection of the defences at Roanoke Island and Hatteras. Washixgtox, October 6. Deserters continue to cross, notwithstanding the vigilance of the fleet Keports ot the conaiuon oi ine crops lvcr' LO r kl"" . . r. for September are coming in at the agn- cultural bureau very promptly, and will . w i ii be arranged for publication in a few days, and will be of more than usual impor tance. Reported Repulse of Corps at Brasliear Corps Goes In and Rebels. Franklin's Cltjr Ord's Whips the the affair. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OYSTER DEPOT. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OYSTER DEPOT. I AM SOLE AGENT FOB STILE'S CELE BRATED Corn-fed Oysters. Beceived daily by Adam"8 Express Company. Orders promptly filled. WM. CALDWELL, No. 9 First Street. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OYSTER? DEPOT. DRY OOOD8. Dry Goods. HAVING BECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS to our stock of Dry Goods, we invite our nu merous customers to examine our stock and prices I before purchasing elsewhere. bUHArKJsB Sc BUSSING, 49 Main Street. oct8 Cloaks Again. IJ E HAVE JUST BECEIVED ANOTHER j nice lo: ;or Ladies' Clo which we will sell cheap. Sacquos, Ac., SCHAPKEB A BUSSING, 49 Main Street oct8 Order Your Bonnets. OUB STOCK OF MILLINEEY CANNOT BE - excelled In silk we have every shade from a subdued elephant to a butternut color. Having employed Milliners whose work has drawn a premium at every Fair where it has been exhibited, we are confident that we can guarantee satisfaction, at greatly reduced millinerv nrire. SCHAPKEB A BUSSING, 49 Main Street. Carpets ! Carpets !! Carpets I1J W"sfHil7E,?0W.A 8PL1!NDID ASSOBT- SI LM of CarpeU to which ws resDectfuiiv call th attention of the pnblic. rePectfully SCHAPKEB A BCSSING'S, No. 49 Main Street. SCHAPKEB & BUSSING'S Shawl and Cloak Department. A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF THIS Department will satisfy every one that thev san be suited in quality and prices. SCHAPKEB A BUSSING, No. 49 Main Street. SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S Millinery Department. HAVING MADE THIS A SPECIAL PART of our business, and having bought cvorv thing in that line direct from" Importer aL manufacturers, we defy competition. Misses Epperson and Bellam, who have cW. of th. Trimming Department, flatter themselves th,tJj!?y cnnot urpasssd fn trimming bv any Milliner. ' of the State (iuard and presence oi tue ; im directeo oyw e, o in m o i of : . . , . r .. f .i FvanBville. that the owners of all lots or parts oi State authorities and the action of the i ;nsfr"ntiDi; on or adjoining the west side of Virginia Leeislature last Friday, would 1 Goodsell Street from Second to Third streets, ACCOMMODATION EXPRESS ixr ji ?t!:i:ble has prepared himself t fill all orders fir carrying goo-is, or movi shies to any part of the city on shortest no tice and in tho most satisfactory manner. Head qunrters on Main Street, between Second and Third, over NeLou's Old Auction Boom, oct8-lwd WM. STRl'BLE. CITi ADVERTISEMENTS. j o COBPv iiATIOS SOTICE. OBDEB I'OR A PLANK RIDE WALK. Oct. 3, MBS. And now it is hereby nlered and directed by the Common Council of the Uty of Evansville, that the owners of lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the north side of Hamilton street from Washington street west ward to corporation line, 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. 2, to be laid down thereon within t'.nrty flays from the publication of thiB order. V A. PFAFFLIS, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. , 18U3. , CORPORATIOS SOTICE. OBDLC TO RKFAIB SIDE WALK. i tari aH now it is hereby ordered and directed by th Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts o. lots fronting on or adjoining the east side Cf Leet street, from Second to linru in said City, cause the side to lie reu.iired within thirty days from tli hireets, thereon publl- ation ot this order. PFAFFLIS, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 3, 18Ki. COBPORATIOS NOTICE. OBDEB TO REPAIB SIDEWALK. Oct. 3, 18C3. And now it is hereby ordered and directed bv the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or P"rls lots, fronting on or adjoining the east side of Goodsell Street, from Second to Third Steets,, in said City, cause the side walks thereon to be repaired within thii tv dy from the publi cation of this order. ' - ' A. PFAFFLIS, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 8, 1S63. ; . CORPORATION SOTICE. OBDEB TO BF.PAIB, S1I-E WALKS. IMS. And now it is hereby ordered ;,! rat ,.oi(.th. sidewalks tn reon to ne re paired within thirty days from the publi" ttion ofthisorder. A. PFAFFLIS, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct, 8, 18ii3. I CORPORATIOS SOTICE. OBDEB TOB A BBIOK SIDE WALK. Oct. 3.1S63. And now it is hereby order."! and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evinsville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the northeast side or First street.from Chesnut to Cherry street, in said Citv, cause the aide walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and canse a Bide walk of Class No.l, to be laid down t heron within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. rrArrumi v " ' ; Clerk's OffiqyOct. t,18C3. - - COBPOBATIOS SOTICE. OBDEB FOB A PLANK SIDE WALK. Oct. 3, 18C3.-And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of tteUtj of Evansville, that the owners of all lota or parts of lots, fronting or adjoining the Mt f Gnm street, from Vtater to First "tree" in said City, cause the said side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side walk of Class So. 2, to be laid down thereon within thirty day. JgT COBPOBATIOS SOTICE. OBDEB FOB A BB1CK BIDE WALK. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the t ity of Evansville, that the owners of lots or irts ot lots, fronting on or adjoining the southwest side of BJzta street, from Locust to Walnut streets, in ...j ti uiile.walks thereon to lie i W n th nrmr node, and that they ciuse a ! .,!. of cTass So. l toie laid down then on . within thirty days from the publication oi mis order. A. PFAFFLl.N.ticrk. I Clerk's Office. Oct. 8, IMS. i . - i COBPOBATIOS SOTICE. OBDEB TO BEPA1K SIDE WALK. Oct. 8, 16t. And now it is hereby ord.-red aud ! directed by the Common Council of the City of ! Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of i lots, fronting on er adjoining the southwest fide of 1 Main Street from Third to Fourth Streets, in said City, cause the side walks thereon to be , repaired within thirty days from the publication ottbisoroer. a. PFAFFLIS, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 8, 18!. COBPOBATION NOTIJK. 0KDEB. TO REPAIB 8 1 OF. WALKS. Oct. 3, 18G3. And now it is herel.y ordered a - ' j .-- - ' - - u ...... ii. ii ii , tai V-v,r -rfevf lu said City canse the side-walks trereon to be re paired within thirty days from the publication this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clrrk Evansville, Oct. S. 1S03. TO CONTRACTORS SUBVEYOR'S OFFICE. 1 EVANSVlLLK, Oct. fitll, 1863. ( npilE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE Sealed Proposals at this ofiice, until the tOtfe day of the present month for making repairs on the Marine Hospital and premises, including Stone aud Brick work. Iron and Wood work, Painting and Glazing, Pump and Cistern work, Plast-ring, Ac. Specifications as to kind and quantity of work may be seen at the office of Mursena & Boyd, Ar chitects, Chandler's Block. Bids will be received for the whole or for any part separately. The material and workmanship must be of the best qnality. Terms cash as soon as the work is accepted. A. L. BOBINSON. 8urveynr. Volksbote copy dtd-oci7 NEW BOOKS. BEYOND THE LINES, by Capt. Alex. Geer. GALA DAYS, by Gail Hamilton. SOUTHERN HISTOBY OF THE WAR. LIFE OF STONEWALL JACKSON. ELEANOR'S VICTORY, by Miss. Braddon. A .FULL SET OF CHABLES DICKENS' WORKS In papers. All yet out of tbe-50cent Edition of Owner's Nov. els. A FULL SET OF NOVELS, by J. F. Smith, (in paper.) WAVERLY MAGAZINE, for October. Mad. DEMOREST'S Fall Fahion Book. An assortmeat of the best COOK BOOKS, At DOBELL'S. PROPOSALS. OFFICE COMMISSABY OF SUBSISTENCE, ) Evansville, Ind., October 5, 16G3. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BK RECEIVED at this office (from first hands and from citi zens loyal to the U. S. Government) until 12 o clock Thursday, October Bth, 18C3, for the fol lowing steres, to bo delivered as the Commissary at this post may direct : 25,000 Pounds Bacon, (Sides and nouiacrs. ) Tho bids shall form he basi ;if a writteu con- tract. Bidders shall he governed by specifications pre vionsly published. F. H. EHRMAN. Oct. a. Capt. C. S. RAILROAD IfOTlUJfi.' EYansville & Crawfordsville B. VL. Co. Freight Tariff between Evansville and Cincinnati per 100 lbs. 1st Class. 2d Class. 3d Class. 4th Class 0 4o 30 05 Flour $ bbl. 50 Cents. Time consumed in trausporUtion between these points is from four to five duy. wt(i A. E. SHBADER, Freight Ag't. B sssssssssssssssssssssi assM sssnassassaasssssaaasaaasMMa mmm ,,,,, GROCERIES. NEW ORLEANS SUGAB prime, for sale low hy S. E -65 hlids. fiir to GILBERT A CO. IJ lO CfFFE ft-MB sacks primelbTsalTbi; 8. E. GILBERT A CO. TABLE 8ALT-50 sacks, orlomaTbags each, forsale by S. E. GILBERT A CO l HEHRING-50 boxes LI received and for sale by best quality just S. E. GILBERT A CO. MEVV ORLEANS SUGAR- 11 1 hhds. prime and choice New Orleans Su gar; o hds. good and fair New Orleans Sugar: 'tore, ana to arrive, at II. A. COOK'S. PEPPER A SPICE 5 bags Pepper ; 2 " 8pice; sept 17. At II. A. COOK'S. T3AEREL AND HALF BABBEL COVEBS- -L lo doz. assorted barrel and half qarrel covers ; At H. A. COOK'8. SHOE, BCHUB, AND DUSTING BRUSUES 60 doz. assorted Scrub Brushes ; W " handle Shoe Brushes ; 10 " Shoe Brushes without haudles; 10 ' plain and fancv H,.lr n.i,.r. fiM tUSKaUNG 100 boxes extra No. 1 J Herring At H. A. COOK'S. THRESH CAN PINE" APPLESlOO dox. fresh -I- can Pino Apples, extra quality ; At n. A. COOK'S. YANKEE VEGETABLES 5 doz. 1 lb fresh Mackerel ; 2 lb 10 " 1 n ' Salmon ; 1 " 5 lb " spiced Salmon ; 1 1 tb fresh Lobsters ; 2 B " " At U. A. OOOK'S rw i 1 : ' . . . . n ; l c .u- is,.- nf WATCHES & JEWELRY. 3 sr o CD CD CD 1 P s o 3 j; X - 3 & 3 3 x i P pf 0 3- CP X a - CP 4 9 P P- CD P P CD 3 1 - O P p o o cr P Pu P- a x r (0 3 CD -I CD r3 4 w o pj 03 i w a w H 3 3" CD P w 3 a" c-i-O CC o "-ts S3- CD s 0 B H H In m & 0 0 A p to 03 g 9) a 0 0 et- o 3 06 9 s e -i st er e -i A 3 n o o 00 ss Q o i ' o B 00 03 W CO o r-t- III P c o o p- cc CO CP 6 - i p 6 IB P a t tn 03 O p Q CO 00 o DO st t-. P o CO H er CD B p CP ft CT CP CD p 03 00 H p p 1 0 0 Q o o P 00 pp e 3. HARDWARE. . S. SOHHTAG&CO., Jobbe s and Importers. Hardware and Cutlery. Our Pall Stock being very large and complete, we can offer to our Customers and the Trade, Goods that can not fail to please in Style, Quality and Price. Our Stock is now bought for Cash, and prices reduced. We offer the following in large quantites: TABLE CUTLSBT, Baglish. TABLE CUTLERY, American. TABLE CUTLER T, English. TABLE CUTLERY, American. PfiCKKT CVTX.CUT. POCKET CUTLER Y. POCKKT (TTLER Y . pocket orriFKr CHOPPING AX EH. CHOPPING AXES. CHOPPING AXES. CHOPPING AXES. enRARs and fOMMMM SHEARS AND tOO$OMM SHE ARB AND UOtRMOM SHEARM ANl HCISSi'lm TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. TABLE AND TEA 8P00N3. ' TABLE AND TEA SPOOKS. TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. MILL AND CUT BA WS MILL AND H CUT SAWS. WOOD AND HAND SAWS. WOOD AND HAND SAWS. BUILDER'S HARDWARE. MECHANICS TOOLS. BUILDER'S HARDWARE) MECHANICS TOOLS. HUNS AND RI8T0L8. CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS. GUNS ATD PISTOLS. CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES. PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES. SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS. SCALE BEAMS AND STEEL YARDS. OBO. S. HONk'TJO No. If) Slain t CO., trert. i 8 BOOTS & SHOE; W. H. WALKER. DE C. EVANS. WALKER & EVANS, B00TS& SHOES No. 81 MAIN STBBEjl, Evansville, Ind. Wti dsvots onr whole time and nttention to the Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively Consequently can give you lietttr bargains thau those who are " dabbling " in Boots and Shoes Id connection with other business. City and iy County Orders taken at par for Goods. SADDLERY. Charles lc; ic, IMPORTER ANI ; ::alep n Coach and Saddlery Hard v' are, MAIN ST BEET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. HAVING COMPLETED MY ABBANGE ments with Xnropean and American manu facturers for a direct supply of all goods in ray line I am enabled to offer inducements that can not fail to be to the interest of all engaged in the bu-iu. h to give me a trial. I nanre in part . axles, Springs made oft ne best Ste) t Hands, enameled as' all kinds of Leatlit. Cloths, Linings for Carriages , Varnishes, Castings of all kinds ; Saddle Trees, English Bridle Leathers , Bits, Stirrups, Spurs, Hames, fine Silver HaBnS of all kinds ; Jenny Lind Gic Tr-.-. ; Self-adjusting Pads; Taylor's Patent Unme.; Fh Nets ; Shoo Threads ; Horse Blankets ; London Girth Welis, American Girth and Rei Webs, both cotton and worsted ; Lou -don Welt Skins, a superior article ; Ivory ; Gntta Percha aud Brase lined Blartengai Kings : superior Kerseys for Horse Covers , the best quality ut Carriage Bolts; Patent iis Trees, 4c, Ac. fcc, A. I keep in fact everything appertaining to eithoi I branch of the business, and understanding b'tb I branches thoroughly, we would respectfully IhtIw j yPVStiwiiMi inmv pttrctiastng elsowhere. I am also Ac11' or am n ratent hprinj; ;a w. r. j. a. wiiii THE NEW FIRM. TK. THE SUB3CBIBEBS, WHOLESALE manufacturers of Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Harness, Ac, desire to inform the public that we lava largely increased our stock on hand, and by close application ourselves and the employmeut ot good workman in our shops, we are able to fur nish ,,n short notice any and all kinds and quanti ties of work to suit the trade. Those who will tovor us with a call, can satisfy themselves, that xneycan procure, at lower prices, good substan tial, fancy and durable work of us than thv can anywhere else, (and far better than the Eastern shop-work.) The member, of the firm being practical work men themselves, attending personally to all 222 wJth Promptness, care and dispatch, deter mined that none shall excel in style of finish or quality of work, give better satisfaction to those patronizing us ; foci confident it will be to the interest of all to come aud see for themselves be tore purchasing elsewhere. Store on Locust Street, above the Sherwood v h be'ween Fir8t nd Second Streets, No. 25. uuamui HH tvp MM scpa W. F. C0BWIN A CO. REMOVAL. rpBM UNDEUSIONED FIBM HAVE BE A moved their Saddlery establishment to the SSSTb? F8rn Vr"1 V"1 Strect' iu th8 oc cepieu ny Fred. Krone, deceased. C. WOLFF & J. KR0EPSCH, ANUKACTl'RERS or ASH DEALERS IK Saddles, Harness, CO" LARS, &c, &c, Wain Street Cor. Second, (Store roi merly Mgfjut.j bv Fred. Krone.) AI1 ordra attended to with dispatch Work iiovV.lv VOLUNTEERING! $302 BOUNTY For New Recruits! $402 BOUNTY For Veteran Volunteers ! A I KN or THK riHst IMVrRfl I IMM 1TI ANA, I ho tl.xellioi I,,, .tu or inn (Viupaui. of luli,iiv d ti fv I'awloa of l avsli vriom ai, Drstri . .-.iia a, ''" ihinl 1 call opou wu, h aiv tko auaaw i My auswvr is, '-IHC UAl f Voi kuvittlutw It? t think vow will. Youi wuunv u,J, eryleeain Ihe .rtuy, ad oIK , oa iuda.w. .... which wilt ul.lo on to !..,,, v.ul fawilia. amply urevMas) i.o Auvoiid wlskinn lu ivcruii for thu li.giwoi.l by raUing Companies, ,.i ! , L,mpuir, will rnonUa colliluUsiolia loi lhl pampas b applyllic i to it lu writing, .,i,iin ..,i, d i. propui recoui- I MMMhHi, dii,iid to Mi Tumtin. rnnj ttma I), Indiana, imnl iUu . ,,i,,.;i,, t ilia (Q. smpiucnt JOHN A, MANN, I'oiiiinaiidaiit 1. 1 ln.n l, i Otl.or papers in lllu DisUiCl please cop v oetutt GROCERIES. iiOAsta v A large stock from Common to Fine Havana, for sale Ion by hh-.o S. E. C I LBEKT A CO. SODA 150 Kegs, best aaaUty, for sale low. In lots to the trade. sey.Ji 8. K. GILBERT A CO. IT'ENTUCKY MUSTARD --IV 100 Boxes, 2 doz, each, aepSO At S. E. GILBERT A CO TJOLING PINS, POTATOF MASHERS Ac. 10 dos. common Boliug Pins ; iu revolving Dandle " 25 " potato.- Mashers, assorted ; 10 " Towel Boilers, I At H. A. COOK'S. ; I ABOLINA TAR " y In 10 and 2 gallon Kegs, and Wagon Tar Barrels, for sale sop-SO Bv S E. GILBERT A CO. SPRING CLOTHES Spring Cloth s Pins PINS 25 gross Smith's At II A. COOK'S. ORN BASKETS 10 doz straped 1 bushel Baskets j 1 " SJl" a w" waxl'itiK Baskets i . ,fe.m, hniyy 1 Nshsj Baskets ; 10 hall bushel split fesdiag Basket: At A. A. COOK 'S. TJIKLE POWDER At In Kegs and half pound Canisters, for aula low. ep30 ByS. B. GILBERT 4CO cwnn DrsTEu: A? 12 dos. assorUd F assorUd Feather Ousters : nmnfcr. .."i-,7 IBS bidui vi wm ! JastrMelre at H A 90 Retail Paalsrs Exclnsivoly in SPECT CLES. I. RITTENBEEG, Manufacturer of the newly inventml PERISCOPI ' Spectacles AND Army Field Glasses, Superior to all others now in ne. GLASSES, Microscopes, OPERA GLASSES, Marine Spy Glasses, SIMPLE MICROSCOPES, Huntino- (rlas's. And all kinds of OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS Can be had only of I- H ttcntoerg, No. iSlf Main stroot, E VANS VI L I E. INDIA NA. Iumnao . splendid assori 91 HS NOW ON HANDS A sat of Optical Instruments, which he will d? of at greatly reduced prices: bis goods being all of the very latest im provements in manufacture, consisting of a very large variety of Spectacles from the most common to the very best, vis : Tho finest quality of Gold Spectacles the6e Glasses being constructed on the most accurate adaptation of the Convex Concavo Periscopic principles. Also, Silver of three dif ferent grades of Glasses, No. 1 being on the same principle as the Gold Spectacles. No 2 is a Peri focal Lense ; No. 3 being a fine Achromatic Lens', mirror shape. In addition to the above I have a fine assort ment of Steel, of the very best quality of Lenses, the frames being grooved into the Glasses. The frames are so flue as to be scarcely visible. No. 2 of steel is Perifocal. No. 3 the globules of a smoked Lense, adapted for weak sight where strong light, snow or wind affects the vision. These- Spectacles are a perfect preventative by use ingthem constantly, causing the eye to gain its healthy power and retain it to old age. Having had very considerable experience also in ratcract eves, in ailantin? elasses to such vision, would impress on the minds of all persons need ing glasses of any description, to apply for snch only to a regular Optician, making that his sole study and business for years, he alone being able to know from the peculiar anatomy of the eye the nature of the defect, whether arising from weak ness of s ght, flattening of the pupil, or other misfortune occurring to the vision. The eye be ing the most delicate organ, and of the most vital importance to the hsppiness and prosperity of mau, should never bo tampered with, either by the individual or by those who, for mere profit, take upon themselves the selling of Optical In struments, and who know nothing of the anatomy of theeye, or how to discover r.o proper glasses to suit the peculiarity oi the different sights of those needing spectacles. Ihunaands have lost their vision entirely trom noi applying 10 mooe nnij qualified to know the different defects in each in- I dividual's sight aud how to remedy it by wearing the proper kind of spectacles. L Bittenberg, j having had over twenty-five rears experience as a regular practical optician, can assure those giving him their patronage that by applying to him tbey can get the very right kind of glasses adapted to their case, and in almest every one secure good I eye sight to old age. Neir sighted persons can also obtain of him th- latest improvement in j spectacles suited to them, being a new invention. 1 have also the most recently new Field Glasses, i with Astromical eyepieces, being very superior to the old opera glass arrangement. All kinds of ; ODtical Instruments repaired at the shortest no- tice.Jand thane having purchased spectacles of me, aud having had the misfortune to break one of the lenses, can have it replaced gratuitously by apply ing to I. RITTENBERG, 67 Main Street, Bet. Second and Third Sts., EVANSVILLE, IND. sep. 29. GROCERIES. F. E. WHEKLEE. AS. KIQGS. W. J SVGQ WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG, Whole le dealers in Ci R O C E R I K S , SALT, COTTON TARNS Nails, Window Glass, Sash, Doors, &c. Xo. 17 Jforth First Street, Corner ot Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. COPARTNERSHIP E HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH US WM. J Sugg, late of Uniontown, Ky., in the Wholesale Grocery business. The style of tho firm will be Wheeler, Biggs A Sugg. WHEELEB A BIGGS. COFFEE Just received 100 bags prime Bio Coffee; 50 bags good fair Coffee ; 50 boxes Ground do ; and for sale cheap at WHEELEB, BIGGS A SUGG'S SYBUP A MOLASSES 25 barrels Syrup ; 25 barrels Bertrand's XXX Syrup ; 10 Stewart's Syrup ; 20 " extra Honey Syrup : 40 N. O. Molasses; 35 half bbls Honey Syrup ; 50 half bbls Bertrand's XXX Syrup ; 50 ten gallon kegs Syrup ; For sale cheap as the cheapest at WHEELEB, BIGGS A SUGGS. O PICES 25 bags Black Pepper ; u nags apice ; 10 bags Raw Ginger ; 5 bags Cassia ; 20 cases Nutmegs ; 25 boxes ground Ginger ; SO " Pepper ; 25 " Spice ; M " Cinnamon; 60 " Cloves ; 75 " Mustard ; for sale low at WHEELEB, BIGGS A SUGG'S. CU'GAIt O I hhds. prime New Orleans Suitar : 20 " mlr 10 " Porto Bico Sugar ; boxes Havana " 2a barrels Crushed " S5 " Powdered " m " Co flea 15 u Velllow CoSee Sugar ; for sale at WHKKLKK, RIGliS A SUGG'S. fACKEKKL : 1 r- tiarrx-N No. 3 Mackerel, large; tf.Mirlf I bis I 8i 1 a a rt narter bbls No. 1 Mackerel ; B a v aits i m " a Tt 3 Ju.t reoeUod Mt rail at 11I.E1.KR. RIGGS arnn a hK STl KK, ETC. . uses Manilla Indliro I - Madras Indigo - 1 Ithd Hutch Madder; M barrels Alum ; lo " Copperas; 3 " Cudbear ; ftn boxes Extract Logwood ; 2 hart els Brimstone; " " Snlphnr; 5 " Spsom Salts; f1 '- Vensia Bed ; - Spanish Brown ; 00 boxes Washing Blue; 10 frails Soft Shell Almonds ; 10 barrels Filberts ; for sal cheap at WHEELEB, BIGGS A SCGG. YV OODEN WAKE ETC. " 1 5 dozen Red Buckets ; 50 dozen Blue and Bed Buekts ; 2.1 dozen Well Buckets; 20 do len No. 1 Tub ; 45 dzen No. 2 and 3 Tub ; 75 dozen Wash Boards ; 20 Nests Buckets, 3 in nest ; 10 dozen half Bushel Measures 50 boxes Clothes Pins. For sale cheap by WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG C 1 LOUR 100 barrels extra Fmll vi A. consignment at WHEELER RIGGS A SOGQ 1IIOCOLATE 25 boxes assorted V C brands lsvt ' lo volute, at a. A. COOK'S. QQTARE RATAN i 1 doz souarorat.n t"e..aiT-I,1!-'u Butchers and M.irt7 TTS'' Dp"y- At H. A. COOK sept.27-tf. CUE 50 EKSE boxes Western Rm. n 20 bozes Hamburg Cheese ' Just received and to arrive at WHEELEB, BIGGS A SUGG'S. rpEA. TEA, TEA A 15 half chests assorted Oolong Tea ; V' " " JPn - ' " " Young Hyson Tea ; ; " ' Gunpowder " " " " Imperial Just received at H. A. COOt'S. I AMI' CHIMNEY BRUSHES 20 dox. LU han handle chimucy brushes ; At U. A. COOK'S CHEESE SAFES 1 dos, lar siswir ckaWT safes, to be had only at H. A. MOK'S DENTIST. Dr. F. HUTCHINSON, DENTIST, ' Corner Main and Second Streets, ( UP STAIBS.) TR. nUTCHISSOS HAV1 Jrua mi, D last seven vears received the unlimited pat ronage of the citizens of Evansville and surround ing towns and country, would return most sincere th.'Uiks for their appreciation of his skill as a Dentist, hoping, by untiring energy in secur ing for his patients all the LATEST IMPROTEMESTS AND IXVKI5TIOMS, to merit a con t i nuance of the same favor. Personal Attention Given tn Every Case. His facilities for doing good work equal any Establishment in tne TJnited States. Every style of Artificial Teeth made in Eastern Cities are made by him. K t renco at all times given by referring to persons nov wearing the BEAUTIFUL SETS OF TEETH prepared in his office. Having had much experi ience in' treatment of irregalartiy of CHIL DREN'S TEETH, he would have no hesita tion in saying the most irregular cases can be entirely correc ed by him. Cases can be seen in this city and county entirely corrected by him. Cleft, Palate or openings in Palate snccesfhlly treated. Scurvy, Neuralgia affections and all dis eases of the month successfully treated. Those desiring ABTIFtCIA"L TEETH would do well to consult him. IfcSTenas very moderate. 2The best Anearthetics for alleviating pain when extractioe teeth. Chloroform given when requested. June 22 1 I liberal pal years, in i UMMfc desires all perso sioual servieos or II A AS, ' Y THANKFUL FOB TH '-trt'ivedduring the past four 1 1 rmar.nt resijent Qf this city, lwl'he. thevneed his profes tjtovuit -u rooms and sea the Various Style vt work Manufactured Improvemen s and Invou Are being made, and everything that wl, bp the interests of his patients is secured by Establishment and Faolliti . Are equal to any in RANTERS CITIES. He has Several Anaesthetic rot Pain when Extracting Teeth. Alleviating Cheats that are snuken can be restored to nearly heir original contour. All desirable style of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, made anywhere in the United States, are made by him. Irregularities oi Children's Teeth waccess- fully eorrected. Those naving DECAYED TEETH Should either have them Extracted or Filled, (the latter if poastMe.) The health of the p..; tie and the remaining Teeth demand it. NKl'BALGIC AFFLICTIONS TBKATED. ALSO CLEFT PALATE Ofiice on First St , Sear Post Office. EXECUTOR'S SALE. EXECUTOR'S SALE VALUABF; REAL ESTATE wv viptit i,v th v mivii rnvTiTvrn 15 in tbe Will of H. W. Foster, deceased, as well as an order of the Court of Common Pleas of Van derburgh cruuiy, the undersigned will offer fr sale at Public Auction, on THCBSDAT, the Utst day of October, 1803, between 10 o'clock a. m. and 4o'clo k p. in., at the Court House door, in th city of Kv i.iTviik', the following described Real Estate ! Itlis I. The corner part of Lot 36, Old Plan of Evansville, being 40 feet front on Main street by 90 feet deep on First street, with the three story brick (double) 8 .ore sltuat, d thsreon, the first stories now oc cupied by John Healey and J. P. Elliott. Itew 2. The lot of ground adjoining the above, commencing on First street 90 feet from the intersection of Main street, thence nlonrr Viret .tr- : 32 feet, more or less, to- lurwmer oi rne partition wall dividing the store now owned by J. G. Venenata from the store now occupied by Goldman, Berg A Co., thence at right angle with Firsj street along the center of said par tition wall 70 feet more or less to the out side of the rear wall of said stores, thence at right angle towards Main street 32 feet, more or less, to the line of the Lot owned by Charles Viele, thence at right angle to the place of beginning, with the building situated thereon ; also, aa alley in the rear of said property, AO feet wide, which is to be kept forever opened- The first floors of said building are now occupied by G. Cope land and Goldman, JCIg O. I O. I tim 3. The lot of ground on the corner of Lo cust and Water streets, being 150 feet oa W ater street and 150 feet on Locust street, known as lots "and 8 Old Plan of Evans ville, with the two brick warehouses sit uated thereon, now occupied by the U 8 Quartermaster, and the brick and frame dwelling and store adjoining. Iteh 4. Tbe undivided one-half ol Lot 1 subdi vision Lot 200, Donation Enlargement? Evanrvflle, being corner part of said lot, having 25 feet front on Fourth or Market street, and 80 feet on Locust street to a ten foot alley, with the common privilege, of same. Item 5. Tiie undivided one-half of Lot 2 subdi vision Lot 200 Donation Enlargement of Evansviilf. adjoining the above, naving 25 feet front on Fourth or Market street and eO feet deep, to the alley in the rear, wiib the common privilege of the same. Item C Tbe nndivided one-half of Lot 3. subdi vision Lot 200. Donation Enlargement or Evansville, adjoining the above, having 25 feet front on Fourth or Market street, and 80 feet deep, to tbe alley in the rear, -with the common privilege of the same. Item 7. The undivided one-half of Lot No. subdivision of Lot 200 Donation Enlarge ment of Evansville, havi; g 30 feet front on Locust street and 75 feet on Dunham street, with tbe common privilege of the ten feet alley on the south-west side, to gether with the brick smoke house and frame pork house situated on the same. Item 8. The undivided one-half of Lot 5, ikd one-half Lot 4. block 28, Eastern Enlarge ment of Evansville with the wooden sbfjT situated thereon, having 36 feet front on Fifth street orCanal and running through to Church street. Item 9. The undivided one-hair of Lota 6 snd 7, block 28, Eastern Enlargement of Ev ansville, having 48 feet front on Fifth street or Canal, and running back 130 feat to Church street. The above property is all in good order and un der rent at profitable rates, and possession can be given at very short notice. Title laifissHfili Any one desiring to purchase mav examine th property and see plats of it by applying at George Foster A Co.'s Warehouse, corner of Locust street and Canal. T L1M1 .11- fl , .. . Auudio r .-.-, i. r. . erur-ioira casn, one third at three months, one-third at six months, th pur chaser giving notes with approved security bear ing interest, and waiving relief laws. GEO. FOSTER, 1 JOHN W. FOSTER i Executors Evansville, Sept. 12, 1S63. d-td GROCERIES. A MERICAN PRIDE BLACKING il 250 doz. assorted sizes Blacking Jnst Beceived, at H. a'. COOK'S COBN STABCH doz cooking, at best Corn Starch, for H. A. COOK'S. DEFINED SUGARS AV 20 barrels Crushed Sugar; J " Powdered Sugar ; 5 boxes Loaf Sugar : barrels Beflned B. Sugar; ; Just Beivedatil. a. COOK'S. V' ASHING BLUE-IP gross be, forbade "b S. E. Gil nrir . LKESU FIGS 500 r just received by I rums S. E. very choioe quality GILBERT A CO. 'uuiifc'i. riNS-25 boxes No. 1 round head, V. whittled n , Pi. . At H a. cook's GOVERNMENT NOUTHERN PITCH 10 bbl. VA for sale by S. E. GILBERT O0 No. 4 Sycamore Street. s I'm f- by ISO bbls different brands , Ibr sale 1 ) m 4 co.j S. E. CILBE PAPER MILLS. EVANSVILLE PAPER MILLS, LEICH A I AB1STEDI, Agents. VVTE MANUFACTURE WRAPPING PAPER V, equaI tony nde. "d at Cincinnati prices jylOalnT " a,'1'liction u 'h" Agenu, P NOTICE ixr? w,?? CAanSe Redeemed. W pJJ. LLE. " THE ENCASED ay- J sfUssUB. SCHAPKEB A BUSSING, H.A.CO0K. spST