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EVANSVILLE, HTD. J UURSDAY , OCTOBER , 1803 .iOl KNAL lilNDEKY. The publishers of the Evansville Jour- nal have just added to their Newspaper j and Ppintintr i7,t.Ki: i . Fim C mKliU 3 riuai tLass mrsjJfcKr and Makc- factory or Blaxk Books. Having se- ; cured the services of some of the best workman in fh Wmmt sk , workmen in the H est, they are prepared to execute Orders at Cincinnati and1 Louisville prices. Fvcry description of Blank Books, such as Railroad, County, Banking, Mer cantile, and Forwarding Books, manu factured to order and from the best quality of stock. J T . . - ! w.tt,.y una mantes, and uook-Mead M"ni, execmea in a superior man ; ner. All kinds of Printed Wnrl- nnli ' " -.- i j as Magazines, Law and Medical Works Pamphlets and old books re-bound in every variety of style from half-bound to Antique and Fnll-Gilt Work. J CITY VEWS. &2&For Commercial and Riter News see fourth page. Ocr Hotels. We had almost made j of Locust and Eighth streets, opposite up our mind not to again recur to the j the depot of the Evan8viIle atd Craw subject of our hotels. We have fre- fordsvillfi railroad, occupied by W. A. quently urged upon our citizens the great ! Cat,ett' as a grocery and provision store, want that exists, and the neces5itrthat The ori?'n of the fire !s of course, un- the want should be supplied and at one ' time succeeded in exciting sufficient inter ! onuaiug whicn was ot but little vaiue ir, est on the subject to have a meeting j trinsicallJ bnt there was an insurance of called to consider the project A few i 200 on the 8tock of Soods which wil1 persons met. but not a sufficient number to justify action. 5 All our citizens know and deprecate the great lack of hotel accomodations that exists, and hundreds have expressed deep anxiety to see a hotel erected com mensurate with the wants of the citv. out here the matter alwavs stODs md - -wVsi ruu all efforts to inspire the amount of in terest necessary to set the work in mo tion appear unavailing. Events of the present week induce us to recur to the subject. On Monday the election of the Directors of the Evansville & Crawforda" ville Railroad was held in this city, and the Directors gave a free ride to the i stockholders and their families, and the i consetnience was that arm,, twr. hnn.i and fifty or three hundred strangers came ! to our citv on a visit 1 In any other city of the size of Evans ville this number of strangers would not have excited more than a passing re nark, nor would it in this city had it not Dei for the want of hotel accommoda tions so p3;nfaiij. apparent to many of those hafj visite(i us on pleMure Manyf tijese gtrangers were taken to private hoies and entertained, but not less than fifW perhap3 one hundred, sat in the.r chairs! nigatirl public rooms of the several hotels, a another hundred slept on beds spread on Uw fl00r. This is a mortifying confession, but it i nev ertheless true. Our hotels are well kept, as well per. nap3 as any in the State, but thev have I ' , - ' 1 ul,c ; not the capacity to accommodate one fourth of the strangers who would visit Evansville, were the hotel accommoda tions equal to those of even Madison, a city that is supposed to have been finish ed several years ago. There is no want in our city that re tards its growth more, or detracts from its reputation abroad, than this want of a spacious and well appointed and well managed hotel. Shall not such an one be built? Circuit Court. Nothing of general public interest transpired in court on Tuesday beyond the charge of Judge Patret tO th e Grand .Tnrv anil tn ,;ol ! J I mmmm and conviction of Wm. Hickev. on a ! cnarge of Larceny, in robbing a soldier. It will be remembered that Hickey , warned in the Common Pleas Court at Mr. Moe is in the city, stopping at the ; its last term, for stealing some money ' Washington Hortse, and will take pleas and a watch from the Autocfat Saloon, ure jn exhibiting his pump and explain- j -I on Wjrter street, of which charge he was acquitted on account of a flaw in the in dictment On Tuesday he was tried for knocking down and robbing a soldier, recently dicharged from the 8th Kentucky cavalry. The robberry ocenrred about two weeks ago. Hickey was found guilty and awarded five years service in the State Prison, to pay a fine of $25, and b di.-franchised for a period of fifteen years. A motion for arrest of judgment and id I 1 8 a new trial was overruled, and his fate sealed for half a decade. For the prosecution, Marsh & Shank- ; er this ea8on tu,u' eTer brought to this city. Be lla. Charles Benby for the defence ! ,n " ltonf J"-hecannot fail to make selections of prime goods, mada up in esterdav the case of H. O. Wheeierr ' ih.rvi.i.,i ,..i, -,h!-, a. -in i .v. rs C. Hedderich, was taken up, and oc cupied most of the day. This was a case for Nuisance, in which it was charged that the de fendant who is the proprietor of the nr i : tt ... s t si aau.ugion tlOUSe, permitted Slops ana formed such a wonderful cure n Jas. Scantliu, Sr. filthy water to be thrown into the alley, 1 of tnis city- in the cure of a Cancer, and who re deviding his property from that of the mrn" w"'t the use of the km, and -cr . withoutswrn, can be consulted at the Washington piaintlfl creating thereby a nuisance. 'House on Thm-sday and Friday, Oct. 16th and A number of witnesses were examined , 16th, and again Thursday and Friday, November ou Loth sides, and the evidence was i 12th and la,b' V nth and isth. . a. . . . , All interested are invited to come and xamint- r 1 . rr1 d nr hot -,ntiin, 1 5 ! w.."..uug u usual tnsucu cases. Judges Pitcher and Igleheart appear ed for the plaintiff, and Major Morris S. Johnson for the defence. After hearing the testimony of the v. Ilr.c-iics, the counsel for the plaintiff consented to a non suit, and the jury wa-5 dischargei'. Nothe. A number of tax payers liv. ing beyond the canal, more especially on Walnut and Sixth streets, and be tween Walnut and Chestnut streets, would respectfully call the attention of our worthy city fathers, to the bridge heretofore crossing the canal on Walnut street. If said bridge is past reparation wfore winter sets in, they would be glad to have a passage way for pedestrians. Our women complain most bittetly of being exposed to a great many incon veniences, especially in bad weather, in doing tliei.- marketing, aad think them--Ives entuled, like all other mortals, to an equal share of onr venerable City Council's magnanimity. j If Figutix Trim. Little Johnny Norman, of the New Albany Ledger, must have " put on his fightinjr coat on," Monday morning. iie nrst takes a tilt at '' the Honest Old Abe" for havincr dared to aimoint n thanksgivino- day on the last Thursdiv of November, and insists that it is an 1 . r g UUrPat'0n OD righU f Governors of the several States, and is ! meant to foreshadow the purpose of the I President to consider the States mere . . , i3lalKa lnLre ' conveniences in the body politic. It next tackle Lien, ! V V It- . well, the aveneer of Ellsworth. he suffered himself to be given a com mission as a reward for this bravery, and winds lir lir liln;,, I, rt..l ... -a . s ,,rc a Iar. ; lq the lace because Uley did not respond to the call of the Provost, after the v had . ... . I beeu drailcd, suffering themselves to bo incarcerated in a Linco n hastile Tn th If n,...,t,.-i k i i . : ia r j 1 i" " "'it ire unu iui .ii :i it'Il-nanuer j on the mu2 of Theodore Tilton. he choe to pay $3K) rather than go to the war. We hope this modern Jack the giant killer, has not over-heated mm self in the effort Firk. The alarm of fire last night, at 10 o'clock, was caused by the burniii" i of a small frame building, on the corner kuown - Tllere wa3 no insurance on the I probably cover the loss. The steam fire engine had to make a detour down the canal to cross, and ar rived when the building was totally con sumed, and extinguished the embers. Billy Caldwell is a little man and (lrivoc A HIMn nf littln mi-.lao l.i.f Un !n I i u- i. j doinsr a big; business, and in order to do : it more successfully has purchased a new j and larger wagon with which to deliver ; the immense Stock of goods which he is selling da'lv j ing daily. The Meeting AT V INLEI ES. LrCil. Hovey, we are informed, will address the j mafs meeting at Vincennes to-dav Corkbctios. In a notice of the scene a?0' in ichJdej Jilake nSnred the compositor made us say " the soldiers did not show a dispo. sitiou to 'go for Blake.'" We wrote that the soldiers did show such a dispo sition, w Connecticut. This little State is ' opening out the Fall campaign most beautifully. Copperheadisin is at a dis- ! count in the "land of steady habits." In j the town elections in ftrirtoennrt Dan- ' bury and Stonington the Union men were successful by large majorities. After the ides of November Copperheads will be scarce in all parts of the loyal States. xr a u . c .u i r .1 Mr. A. Moe, agent fr the sale of the right to manufacture and seil the I hio Pump, we examined one of them in op eration near the canal bridge am Main ! street, and found it one of the most per j feet and simple double-acting force i pumps we have ever seen. It has but One valve, which is cast in j the piston, and can not, under any cir- : CUmstance8, get OlU of order. j Its main advantages are its cheapness j and durability; its certainty of acting at all times. The pump working entirely ! underwater, prevent? it from rusting, ! and as no water stands in the pipe when ! t u f t- e up, and bv attaching a hose, which is j t fUbllV UOIIC, 11. IPOCUUMSS tinr. o-mt firf. M. tt : ing its operations to any one desiriug to examine it or purchase rights. Over the Post Office is ihe place to get the best photographs Adams' gallery. The October number of the FTae erbj Magazine a charming number has been received by Dobell. HOME INTERESTS " anc for t !. of the firm of our enterprisiui; Hatters od Furriers, Vautier A ICarbonnter, left to-dav the Eastern cities to buy tht'ir stock of Ladies' Furs which they inteuJ to have p. great deal lan?- lowest possible rate. Ladies in want of a pood cheap set of Furs will have the opportunity next week to select '.ooe out of a fine big, and .fresh stock. Call early and make your choice. octS-3t US.'1' w-('- CONDEN, of Cincinnati, who per- i specimens of Cvncers removed by the Doctor. oct 3 BW For a flne dressy, fashionable suit go to Lyon's whose assortment is nsw complete. His stock is equal in variety, and style to any - l In'h,ui0D His prices are reasonable and uniform. Auction Salk H. Nelson will sell at auctfou on Tiiiird.iy raoruiiis;, October 7th, at the Auction Room, comer of Main and Third streets, one top buggy, one barouche, a one-horse wagon, a lot o'f qtks-nsware, chairs tables, several heating stoves, iUont sixty yards of carpet, and a lot of dry goods, Ac, Ac To Phtsicias. If yon wish to purcbitse pure Drogsj, Medicinz-u, and Chemicals at a small ad vance on Eastern prices, go and examinu Keller A Whitx's stock, where you will flud every arti cle that is needed by the professor, and as prices i which cannot fail to give satlslsctloa. Their store is at No. 34 Haiu strt. marld.twtf Copeland's Savings Bank, No. 4 Tirst Street, ig now paying For Gold 1 35 XT. S. Demand Notes 1 35 Large Silver 1 25 Small Silver 1 15 Call and see before Selling;. WILLIAM REAVIS, Attorney at Law and U. S. Cla!oi Agent, Is authorized by the Government to procure Pen- I'ntia Rmtnti- M . . .- I ' . . 1 - I... Tt , Ll r I i Clairas for HoBSF.sa.ul other Pbopebty destroyed wUile in the service of the GovernDient. hikI all claim pf kil"' or nature against the "T riir m Lm km, , eoumj tor ybciiar.'rcu Soldiers! " ""' S Bounty Law pas S at "ion Congress, -All soldiers or othr ftrsou,i " ,""' lern r ''" rtafter be Mhitl,in two from the date of their enlistment, by reason of wonnds receiTe.l in battle, shall revive the same Bounty as tl.ouzh they served two years. "mce ? Mwet' r Keller's Gun Store, opposite the Court House, Evansville, Indiana Correspondents must enclose stamps. BaGood references given if required. rnhEi -The fine side-wheel steamer Chamber., Brown, Captain, will continue to run a a regular rcli" betwoen Evansville and Ilenderon. leav- ; Vwa .! .. ; . . . . ing Kvansville every evening at e'clocX, and Henderson every morning at 7 o'clock. hur.iM (Virrv f ... r-ll i - - - . . . " """" oa. ; nour per narrel, l&c. ; d j per sack, Sc.; whisky per lrrel, 20c.; molasses. 20c.; shingles, 2ic. per l.r.oo bet ; lnmber, 15c. p r 100 feet; doon, 10c. ; sash in bundles of Ave, 10c. Other freights in proportion. ep24tf TLe American House Still lives ! .ew IraprorcairnfB. Having lraatd the above named house for a term j of years, I have spared no pains or expense in putling every department of this popular hotel in i uiii perieci repair i uve also ntted up a nice bar adjacent to tun office, where at all times tho choicest of wines ami liquors will bo kept, and a polite and attentive man to wait npon my rations and. friends. A strict watch will at alt times be kept during the night ; and particular attention will be paid to guests arriving and departing on boats, totli d' u night My table shall at all times be amply supplied with the beat the mrket aftords, and by strict attention to business and the wants of the public, I hope to obtain a large share of the public patronagp, of which I shall endeavor to render myself worthy. J. J. Pillsbcet. Charli Hall, Clerk. aug6-dtf Five horses, ontop buggy, one open buggy, and harness, for sale. En quire of Hiram Nelson, if you can find hi'"- octldlw V. S. CLAIM AQKXCI. Uountles, Pensions, A; Arrears of Pay. ben stinson is authorized by the United S,atrs Gov,-rnmeDt (and has been furnished with all the necessary forms and instructions) to pro- ; mir ii'ifiuii' .. ,....-.'.. . . anil onrxpfty lor widow and I orphans ; petition, bmtttly and back pay for officers in thi Armvnn.l V,t B. ..- x. nrs, Firemen, and Coal Heavers employed in the . ...... . ...... in ..in- it, luu.iunB. r.i l'I service of tho United Status; collect accounts of j Contractors, Sutlers, and claims against the Gov- eminent for damages don? real estate and other i property by the A rniy and Navy. Correspondents desiring answers must enclose i stamps. Office Third street, second door from Main. EvausvilK Ind. BEN STINSON nihil Pa. Fleai.pb still continuci to bo the only lawful agent in this city for the Artificial Bubbor Teeth. After furuishiug nearly a hundred sets in the past five ynnrs. he has no hesitation in recom mendlnc them a the best and cheapest material in nw, bflfng worn in tho most difficult mouths, with cotafert and efficiency. Persons suffering with bad fining mettle plates are especially re - queute Street. VKU r411 '" tU B"om" BittroUTg, Main To yon deniro your handsome face Put up in plain or faney case, Or, better Still, carte de t'itUe Put up on gilt cards all so neat. '""' llerv. Siond street. SPECIAL NOTICES. I'ulinonary Consumption Cnralile Disease:!! J C A B 1) . TO COJiSUMPTIA'ES. The undersigned having been n-sioreil to health in a fi-w weeks, by a very simple remedy, after j having suffered several years with a severs lung aflectiou, and that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. Toal1 dutfir6 h senu" a tuPy of th Pr-etiptlom used (free of charge), with the direc- tiofor preparing and using the same, which ,heywi',lfi,,dswrereforCo!'lM1'',0'''ABT,,MA i0!t'Hlr"' ColDS, Ac. The only object thea.rvertisei has in sending the Prescription is to ,,enefit i information which he conceives to he invaluable ; and he hopes every sufferer will try bis remedy, aa it will cost them Iittf f ii iitr . ami niav nrovc n 1 Jai n cr " ' the prescription will please Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Wllliamsburgh, Kings County, New Tork. sepS0-T!ni PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. This astonishing preparation will, 1y Nature's own Process, Re store Gray Hair to the Original Color. 'Will make it grow ou Bald Heads. : Vill reston- the Natural Secretions. AV111 remove at once all Itching. Will remove all Dandruff. Will cure all Eruptions even Scald Head. Will make tho nair Soft and Glossy. Will preserve the Color of Hair to Old Age Will always Fasten it, and stop it Falling. And is one of the best Toilet Articles for th Hair now in use. Thousands of Soldiers In the Arm Have testified to the above, who had become gra and lost their Hair by sickness, change of cllmnt ; and inattention, while performing ciimp duty. As a Restorative and dressing it has uo equal. KELLER & WHITE, j Wholesale and Retail Agents for Evansville. HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!! Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye Is the Best in the Wirld! The only Harmless, True, and Reliable Dye Known. This splendid Hair I've is Perfect changes Red Rusty or Grey Hair, instantly to a Glossy Black or Natural Brown, v.irhou: Injuring the Hair sr Staining the Skin, Laving the Hair Soft and Beautiful ; I way I Is fresh vit ,tity, frequently rc ; storing its pristine color, and rectifies the ill effects of Bad Dyes. The Cvnuine is signed WIL LI AM A. B ATI 'HELOR, all others are mere imi tations, and should be avoided Sold by al DUSjSjMti Ac. Factory 82 Barclay street, N. 1 BATCHELOR'S NEW TOILET CREAM FO DltEsSSlNO THE II AIR jylddwly DISEASES OF IHE NERVOUS, SEMIN.s f L'bisakv and Slxual Svistfms. New and reli treatment in Reports f.f the HEWARD A 0 CIATION Sent in Sssdjesl letter envelopes, frefi of charge. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUQHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. au2T-3m THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OK AN INVALID, ' for the beaeftt, and as a warning and CAl'l'IO-S TO YOUNG MEN vho suffer from Nervous Debility, PreJIatu. De.-ay of Manliooil, etc., supplying at the same time. THE MEANS OF SELF I RE. By one who has enred himself utter bingp to srreat exjwnse and injury through nr.'dical buuibiig ami quackery. Bv onclosins a post-paid addi-essed envilopo single copies mnv be had of the author. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq., Bedford. Kiuea County, N. Y. NOTICE MRS. KRSENBL'TSCII, A LADY FROM Germany, celebrated by her skill as a phvsi cian for all kimls of diseases, is prepared to give, to overy sick persno, information on the origin, . , ,. .1... -1 1 i trMlmont .if t h... r ....... .1 ...... . . ont troubling them with many question's, the aforesaid information being made only by exam- ining the pnlse. Terms very moderate, viz : 26 centa. The Doctress is at her 'office, In Lamasco, near Chris Miller's. Hoars for consnltation from U to 12 o'clock a. m. and from 2 to 5 o'clock p. m. eepl5-3m THE VERY" LATEST n t TELEG X2f A. I II. Court Martial in Cincinnati Case of Hurt. ! Cixcixnati, October 7. A general Court Martial, Gsii. Amnen presiding, has been in session here this week, try- ; ng parties lately arrested, charged with ; fraud against the government. It is understood that Capt. Hurt, As- i sistant (Quartermaster oi this post, ar- 1 rested July last, is to be brought before ; the Court soon: The Court of Inquiry called for byDr, I Hurt has been refused. i The statement made in the Associated ! Press dispatch in July that Hurt had been arrested tor appropriating govern ment funds to his own use, is incorrect. No such change has been made. Guerrillas Returning to Missouri- Federal Troops Concentrating. St. Locis, October 7 Intelligence is received at Headquarters here that 2,000 rebels of Gen. Martnaduke's com mand, under CoL Shelby, entered South west Missouri from Arkansas, for raiding purposes. Our troops are concentrating upon them trom several points, nnd their . .. : 1 Li. V, U hA3 thi. r ; ;,.i thp TUnI kn SK-i Guard for its re-organization, which, since the capture of Jeff. Thompson, it is Rjiifl hivo r.on l.,,l ; U U.l,n( I J 1 - " l , ' 1 V V. 1 LI fcliV. 11(1 liA J 1 placed in the bands of Weldon P. Johnson, late United States Senator from Missouri. From Iiidiaao-polib. Governor Morton's Plan for Pilling' up Old Regiments. Indianapolis, Oct 7. Oov. Morton of Indiana, has submitted (he f'ollowiug plan to the War Department for filling up the depleted regiments of three years volunteers. A certain number of the old regiments say one for each Congressional District, reduced lowest in uuraber, or oldest in organization, three-fourths of whom will be brought home to recruit. Officers and men shall be furloughed for such time as tke Governors of tue respective States may determine, for the purpose of re cruiting for their respective regiments, the Governors to designate the places of rendezvous. At th ex pi ration of the term of furlough the regiments to be re turned to the field and a like number of regiments on the same principle to be brought home and recruited. &e. The men who ro-enlist to be mustered out as if their first term of enlistment had expired, receiving $U)0 bounty for past services, and the $402 bounty amended to veteran volunteers for future service. This plan will place the regiments or ganized in. 1801, as regards bounty, on the same footing as those organized in 1862, and it is believed the plan will take so few men from any one'eorps as not to materially weaken it. FBOM BALTIK03& Wo Interruption on th 3. & O. R. R. Trains Running Tsrough on Time. Baltimore, October 7. The extract from the papers of tne 3d, copied getter ally by the New York papers, stating that Imboden had recently made a des cent on the li. & O. lv ii., is entirely in correct. No interruption tfl the regular freight, and passenger business I is cc -uvrcd since tlio re :.;ipnuifl r,in. un-jt. n','f such a contingency pruij, The temporary large movement lor the Government lately bug bced fully and satisfactorily accomplished, and the consequent return from this sonvee oi employ, of cars, together with tboai loaded with produce, insttrea tor feot vard transportation prompt dispatch. - s -i , From New York Arrival from Ilavanns ?I tmnoi-ns not Occupied by tile Pnnitltli New York, October 7. Tlie steamer Eagle has arrived from iiavuniia on the 3d. Arrivals from Malnmoras with dates to the 12th, make no mention oi the French occupation of that place. The civil war in Tlondurn- continnt ? Port A u Platte dates ar. o Septem ber 26th. The Spanish troop3 are being removed foSan Uomingo, as n base of opera tions. Santa Anna has some 8,000 troops, but uo arms. Two steamers were aoout leaving 11a vauna with Hour and provisions. Addliioual Xjy llic Persia. The pirate Georgia put into Simon bay for coal on the 16th of August. She had captured and bonded the ship Prince of Wales from Valparaiso for Antwerp her fifteenth prize. The pirate Conrad, now called the Tuscaloosa, put into Simon's bay on the Sth of August. She captured and bond ed the ship Santee. The American con.su! protested against the capture of the "ea Bride on the ground that she was within British water, and also demanded the delivery up of the Tuscaloosa on the ground that, being a prize, and not yet condemned, she vio lated the Queen's proclamation by enter ing a British port to coal. Ihe Government decided adversely to the consul in both Cfifiea, whereupon tin consul entered a protect. The weekly returns of ,be Bank of England show a decrease in bullion of $28,728. Liverpool, 5-fpflMnVe'r 2?T. Cotton opened with less excitement, bnt in good demand, closing I farthing deafer on American. Flour dull, and to affect- saies Gd re duction had to be made. Wheat also heavy, and l:2d cheaper for inferior, but steady: for tine winter red, 8s 3d(;8s Sd; for Chicago and Mil waukee, SsOd&Ss 2d. Corn dull, an:! prioi 3 rx.reiy main lined; mixed, 2oJ GJ; whit., 23 s29s. From Louisville. Guerrilla OpvratiouM itt Kentucky. . Louisville, October 7. Guerrillas at j Woodburn, 'Wan-en county, had rfiQftitlj committed nutit dvpr ing, purning a number of IfOnra; .'iri.j Wdtrng citi zens. Reports ure current tsjHM tisat at a lale rebel raid in Glfisow, Kv.. Sj "ijcirill.i , near day-break. '.ii" ti v ,1 ova forces there :imounHn?tr upwards of 300, and captured nearly all of them. Tha officer corumaadiuL' is said to litive killed three rebels wit'u a V'oit's reroTvine , -a nj -. KtvA-il. .1 1-.1 V ' fTT" 72-7, . tound it Occupied by the rebels, btlt SIX 0f our men ue;,,;, j U when OVerDO'.v- t . , 1 iT" v'Ur newspapers deny tilts, but the Story is repeated this evening bv travel- . :- ... , , C,.,.- . ers, triOUgn UlSCredtted by Military Cir- c!eS. i j. . , , wmserw n Depromrwr lias been published at Meruphia, makin Vomnliia onrl Vum 11,1 . i MempuiS and IN er Orleans sole marts for the sale of cotton bv loyal Owners ! thereof, and banishing ail cotton specu- lators from the .Mississippi Valley south ! of Helena, Ark. -i' i jj vol.,.:il - n .'"'("' ' V 4.0-days Nashville Piess denies the i-ning of the bridge OVlT Stuart' S i k bv the rebels Tt nnv4 trm' Vhool- oy , , rt-u.L1?- 11 ay tai V DOP1- er crossed the river at Washington last Thursday morning thirteen miles above Chattanooga, and passed down the Se-j quatchie Valley, capturing ")0 wagons of one ot our teams at the foot of the mountain near Anderson's cross roads, and burning a number of them, killing about 300 horses. The train was loaded with ammuni tion, rations and cloching, forty of the wagons carrying medical and sanitary stores. About 50 sutlers' teams were also lost. Gen. Mitchell with Uniou cavalrv, as Boon as he learned the crossing of the rebels, pursued them, and on Friday and Saturday killed and wounded 70 rebels, took 200 prisoners and re-captured 250 mules. On reaching Walnut Ridge, the rebels shot 200 mules to prevent their falling into our hands. Another Cliivalrous Act of the Chiv alry Major AVlndman Fonlly Mur deredFive of his Murderers cap- turcd. Cincinnati, October 7. Major Wind man, of the 18th Kentucky Regiment, wounded in the battle of Chickamauga, lately returned home, was taken from his house in Pendleton county, Ky., on Monday, by a gang of guerrillas, strip ped of his clothing, tied to a tree and shot Five of the murderers were caught, and brought to this city yesterday. tliycr and Weather. Cincinnati, October 7. The river has fallen 2 inches and is now stationary, with 2 feet in the channel. Heavy rain last night and his morning. Thermome ter 50. Pittsburgh, Oct 7. River 20 inches by the metal mark, and station nry Weather wet. $400 BOUNTY! "1APTAIN TOM. WILLIAMSON. OF THE V.' Old Fourteenth Recimenr. is nnllin ri.ul I.. recruit Company for one of the new Regiments He uppenls to the yoimir men of thi nurri.-t enlist. The Bounty is most liberAl strw r. nM recratts and S.IO for new. Now is the step forward Recruiting Offire at Cantain ii,.,i d, Marshal's Oince. Transnortatinn Vr..m '-.n ....;',. on the E. & C. R. R. furnished. sepSO. TO LET. Business Prouertv to Let. 7A BY 150 FEET, CollNEft OF MAIN AND Kf Fourth Streets, will bo let for a frm Por ous wishing to lease can have the whole or one- u.irier, or one-halt, SS they may desire. tn quire or ASA IGLEHEART. or u atf JNO. SHANKLIN. GROCERIES. WHOLESALE STOCK OF Wood and Willow Ware!! T HAVE NOW IN STORE and to arrive, the X best aagCtrtmSBt of Wood and Willow Ware ever opened iu Kvansville. The attention of the trade is e.illeil to my stock, which will be found full and complete. H. A. COOK, 73 Slain street. pKNCINE IMronrKD CASTILF. SOAP 15 v imxoi, warranted genuine Castile Soap ; At H. A. COOK'S. ( LIVES AND CAPERS . -i doz. French and Spanish Olives ; M Noupariel Capers; At H. A. COOK'S. I fOLLAND I IK nil ISO v!5kees Imported Her- ii l ing. Fresh mid very choico ; At 11 A. COOK'S. '(if FEE. COFFEE V ' i'. Iihrs cbolc Rio Coffee; ft " " Java Coffee ; r' " " Marrarabo Coffee ; i bal.w " (iuiin Mocha Coffee ; Iu store and to nrrive, at H. A. COOK'S. f?LAVORnia EXTRACTS " 14 At-r.. 2 .v.. Extract Lemon; 10 4. h . 24 " 2 " Vanilla; i; i. 4 f n . ' M ii i. in sussfy t " a , 1-,-n,., , ; 4 2 11 Roses; " 2 " " Oranee; Warranted A No. 1 At H. A. COOK'S. V' TS, DATES, AND PRINES I 1't barrels Java Almonds , " M llorilaux Almonds ; 111 Fill.rta : " EnsTIsh Walnuts ; 3 " Brazill Nuts; are pounds Shelhd Almonds; : fails Fresh Dates ; I." .'"I pounds Best Turkish Prunes; At H. A. COOK'S LOTH KS BASKETS ' " KJ 15 sets oval Clothes Baskets, 4 inch ; 15 " " " " 5 Id " sqnaro " ' 5 " '1 " large sie" " At II. A. COOK'S. J ABKBT BASKETS iVJ 100 nests Imported and Domestic Willow Market Baskets, 4 inch nest ; At H. A. COOK'S. ( MO'H. liSKKTS Oil. v.. assorted sizes covered, round School is; lo doz. assorted sizes, covered oval c .. .1 Baskets; At U. A. COOK'S. ri R A TN SCOOPS '.I 2 doz. wood Ciain Sc ops ; At H. A. COOK'S. QAJKDLNJE OR CAN KNIFES k!5 Id doz. Freuch Can Knifes. Every family shonld have one. Ten times the cost saved every year. Only to be had at H. A. COOK 'S. "10DFISH. CODFISH Vy '2 boxes large Codfish ; 2 drums " Just received, at H. A. COOK'S. NOTICE. OFFICE OF THE EVANSVILLE GAS) LIGHT COMPANY, Octc'.ier 1. HP HE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR THE 3. Dii"ectors of this Compmywill be held on Hosriaj, tho 20th day of October, 18B3. oct3 JNO. j. CHANDLER, President. WOOD & WILLOW WARE A NESTS RATTAN r CLOTHES BASKETS ; jL 10 nests Oval Clothes Baskets ; ft " Snarl " " 2" " Market Baskets ; 0 Paker 14 ft dozen covered " i ' Dinner " i"i " Common Buckets; B " Cdir Buckets, Iron Bound ; ". " - " " Brass Bonnd; 12 Flour Buckets : 4 Draw " 1 1 " Sifters, assorted sizes; U ' Pop Corn Parchers ; 4 " Odar Churns; 4 " Bras Bound Cedar Cans ; 8 Varnished Spice Boxes ; to Witnh BoArdt 10 " Ice Picks and Mallets ; In prros Smith's Patent Clothes Pins ; 6 dozen Wooden Bowls, assorted sizes ; 4 dozen Willow Chairs ; 4 dozen Cotton Mops ; 20 sets nMB Matts ; ifsst received at WM. CALDWRLJL'S, No. 9 First Street. I j V UKKLS COTTON CORD; I V 1ft dosen Mannilla Cord ; 12 dozen Jute 3 bales Candle Wick ; Jus! received at CALDSVELL'S Family Grocery, No 9 First Street. 'TP ABLE SALT 1ft sacks Ashton's Liverpool 1 Salt, M pounds to the sack : 4 cases Ashton's Liverpool Suit, 50 boxes to the case. Just received at No. u FIRST STREET. FOR SALE. Valuable SZill Property for Sale. 'ilUK SCBSCRIIJKR Ol'FKRS FOR SALE HIS L well known Flouring Mill, formerly owned by James A Jliifce, aud called the POCKET MILLS, and the Distillery connected with it, in llio town of Mt. Vernon, Ind. An F.neiiio f sreat power drives the machinery of the mill, which is all in the finest running condition. There are four run of Imrs. callable of grinding 168 barrels nf Flour of as good brand as can be made anywhere. The Distillery is one of Ihe largest in the West, " i - v irate engine, mashing CX) bushels o f corn ler day. Attached lire all the necessary buildines. Ac, and a 11 w Stock house of suffici.nt size for I ::,000 hogs, fitted np with troughs and 'all faclli- ti'' f r feeding cattlei j 1 This property Is sHnatod on the bank of the 1 1 Ohio River, fifteen feet aliove high water mark, and all refuse and offensive matter about the pens ' L'.Tf.' "f. ! riT' 7h. n.is an exc llent landing, four hundred yards be- 1 1 low the town lauding, so that shipments to aud I from thw premises are made without the expense i , of Uravage or wharfair. Tha region in which ; this proia-rty is situated is as flne a5 agricultural country ;as there is iu the United States. Thesur- plus corn of last year of the Immediate vicinity Us i,(sk) bushels, and of wheat 250,000 bushels, ' I will sell this nroncrty et private sale, on the most risvoimtiic terms, any time neiore novemocr 7th. 1803. If not nrevionslv sold at private sale. the same will be sold ON THAT DAY at public auction. Capitalists wishing to invest in this kind of property are invited to visit the premises aud examine for : themselves. Refer to George Muggn, or H. P. Oasselberry, Esq., Mt. Vernon ; or John J. Chandler, Esq., Ev ansville. ' septI9 D. C. JAMES. ! CANDIDATES' NOTICE. PHILIP KOCH, J., of Perry Township, will be supported for Real Estate Appraiser of Vander burgh County, on Tuesday next by a HOST OF FRIENDS. We are authorized to anuonncs that JOHN HALL, of Knight Township, will serve as County Commissioner for the 1st District of Vanderbnrgh county, it elected. j john Wayman candidate for Ad- praiser of Real Estate at the next October election. JOHN BICHM ANN, and old citlien of Tan derburgh county, is a candidate for Ccuntj Com missioner ai the ensuing October election. JOHN F. CLAUSHIDE is a candidate for County Commissioner at the ensuing October election. Editors " Journal," please announce the name of BERNARD NCBRE as a candidate for County Commissioner at the next ensuing October elec- We axe authorized to anuounoe the name of LEWIS 0. STINSON, as a candidate at the next October election, for the office of Prosecuting Attorney of the 15th Judicial District. CHAS. E. HARSH, the present Prosecuting Attorney for the 15th Judicial Circuit, will be a candidate for that office at the ensuing October election. INSOLUBLE CEMENT. Geeat USEFUL and VALUABLE DISCOVERT ! HILTON'S DlSCOVEBT. Applicable to SOLUBLE CEMENT! the nsefnl arts. ,ls ormore general practical utility than any invention now before the public. It has been thoroughly tested during the last two years by practical men, and pronounced to svritKiUR TO AM Adhesive Preparation known. a new thing. Hilton's InsTluble Cement Is a new thing, and the result of years of study; its combination lis on Its Combiua-' Scientific Principles, t,on- And under no circumstances or change of temperature, will it be come corrupt or emit any offensive smell. Boot A Shoe BOOT Sfc SHOE Manufacturers M.. . . Manufacturers, using Machines, will find it the best article known I for Cementing the Channels, as it works withrut delay, is not affect ed by any change of temperature. Jewelers. JEWELERS i Will find it sufficiently adhesive for i their use, as has been proved. It la especially adapted to Leather, j Aud we claim as an especial merit, Families. mat it bucks ratcnes and Linings to Boots and Shoes su Iciently strong without stitching. IT IS THE ONLY LIQUID CEMENT Extant, that is a sure thing for mending FURNITURE, CROCKERY, TOYS, BONE, IVORY, And articles of housohold use. REMEMBER Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is in a liquid form and as easily applied as paste. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is insoluble in water or oil. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Adheres oily substances. Supplied in Family or Manufactur ers' Packages from 2 ounces to 100 lbs. It is a Liquid. Remember. Finis. HILT0X, BROS. CO., Pbopriktobs, PROVIDENCE, B. I rTAPTlWATJP, WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY No. 13 FIRST STREET, (SION BIO MILL. SAW',1 Have received a complete stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Hardware, Purchased nud Imported direct from the Manufacturers FOR 0..i Enabling us to offer inducements to Pur chasers rarely found in the West. We call the special attention of Dealers to our large and well selected Stock, con sisting in part of Axes All tho celebrated brands, Chains Log, Trace and Halter, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Shovels and Spades, Cotton and Wool Cards, Wheel Heads, Weaver's Reeds, Spinning Wheels, Locks, Latches, Butts and ': ScrOW3 ' Gnn Trimmings, Brass Kettles, Shot Guns, Rifles and Revolvers, Chain Pump Fixtures, Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Gum Belting, Japanned Ware, Notions Large Stock. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., No. 13 First Street. JELLY, JELLY 12 doz. assorted quarts Ally : B " " pints At H A. COOK'S LYON'S COLUMN. LYON 2. ? ? s : g. 3 ts- 5- H , 3 OQ o 5 X P 3 B 9- m - SB 3 En r cd P w 4 o s o H -3 B o a g a EJ S1 B P P P H S i i- B o P e-t-OB o Ml P. zn 6 5 GO o 5 H a 5' 1 PS ' a a S- 9 9 P 3 E a 7? 5 00 5' S a St 3- 5 -- 5 3 p s c 3 c GO M o M 2 H 3 5" p a; Hi to .Tr 00 - rr a B O P W p 2. s M s 3 cf x 3" p Pf P Ot 00 .a PAS e r-. - P . m 3 E. & 3- 2. 2. 2 00 et tre O sr. O O B p LYON 3 P 3 c P C"1 3 -1 oq 5P - p o P 3 3 O a B O 3 f PT & o a; o o a; p 3 3 O 4 pr (B (B T) OB V P S 2, C2 - a C o - 3- 3 3 00 P 0 Cu 9 1 3 m' rr 5" B o B ot O B e- JL 3 3 Sj 3 es B i Bi 3 1 B p a p 3 0 w B. 3 r -I o s. 3 9 P p 3 p -t p 3 B. CD B 2. 3 -3 3 r ts 1 bf GO 3 P OB CD 5" I B -i B - s, Q 2. ? 5 GO -5 O S3 H 3 el 5 O P ? s a 2, W ffi 2 g5 H s. 3 a. o 0 3 PU C 3 pr a at a 3 P 3 3 o B 3 '1 B o o w B p s a w a i t p a BP 3 9 - P s t-i p 3 S - 5 O B- B P -3 5 G " P f 0B C5 S- 3 O 3 GO o o o SJ S3 o "Z S' " P 3t "3 pr 3 3 w. a. 3 -1 f f p 3 JtJ c p i B p 3 Ba B r 7 m. Lm, GROCERIES RAISINS 50 whole, half and quarter boxes best M. R. and Layer just received by 8. E. GILBEBT A CO. SARDINES SO cases hslves and quarters for for sals by 8. E. GILBEBT A CO. M ADDER 1 cask prime Dutch just received anaiorsaie oy B. js. ul lueut CO. INDIGO 500 pounds beat quality for sals by 8. E. GILBEBT A CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street . SUGAR Loaf, Crashed and Powdered Sugars 60 bbls. just received and for sale by 3. E. GILBERT A CO. FBE8H KICK 5 tiertes just reccivrd ; tor sale by S. K. GILBERT A CO. R ICE, RICE 10 bags Prime Bics ; At H. A. COOK'S. s ODA ASH S Basks best qnality Soda Ash ; Just Received, at H. A. COOK'S. MACAR0NA AND VERMACILLA 25 boxes Mscarona; 25 " Vermaeilla ; Just Received , at H. A. COOK'S. At fODA-t tasks Sal Soda; At H. A. Wt l, INSURANCE AGENCY. HO ME INSURANCE COMPANY, Of Hew York. Office 112 and 114 Broadway With a Orsh Capital all paid In of ONE MILLION DOLLARS. ASSETS JULY 1st, ISeo .. 91,500,000 The Home Insurance Company Insures against Loss ot Damage by Fire on Dwellings and their contents, for a term of from 1 to 5 years on the most favorable terms. Stores, Warehouses, Stocks of Merchandize, Produce, Manufactories, Machine an 1 all insurable property, at fair and equitable rates, and on INLAND NAVIGATION And Transportation, Shipments upon the Rivers, Lakes, Canals and Railroads, as low as the nature of the risks will bear, with fairness to the assured and the Company. Adjusting all losses fairly, and pr Aptly paying them. CHA8. J. MARTIN, Pres't. A. T. WILMABTH, Vios Pres't. J. Miltos Smith, Secretary. Jons McGeb, Ass't Sec'y. Applications made to and policies issued by A. C. H ALLECK A SON, Ag'ts, First Street, near Post Offlos. Insurance Agency. ALLEN cTh ALLECK, UNDKUWBITJEB AND GENEBAL I9SUBANCF. AGENT, ADJTSTIB OF AVERAGES XHD SOTABT PUBXIO. He continues to issue Policies from serexa' First Class and most reliable INSURANCE COMPANIES In the Country, on Inland and Fire Sua. He will also receive applications for I.TF1C resmivei He will attend tn tha i ,i.E, J, -n - w ..uDitficu, yjt JJW every description under nolicias from nw of ciea, and attend to the settlement of all matters tunucvM!u miu lasimjit, tor parties interest ed. His long experience as an Ixscbahcb Agevt has made him familiar with all subjects connected with Insurance. OfficT 0ffi0' OE Tint 8treet ufmz the Post INCORPORATED 1847. CITY Fire Insurance ' Company, HARTFORD, CONN. Capita n 350,000 I. C. WAITE, Sec'y.. C. B. B0WEBS, Prsa't. S. A. PRICE, General Agent, Residing at Chicago, His. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $327,540. This Company insures against loss and damage by fire on Dwellings and their Contents, Stores, Warehouses, Stocks of Merchandize, and all insur able property at as reasonable rates of premium as any other solvent and reliable Company, AjjW ng Loaat fairly and paging them pTomplif. Applications made to and Policies issued by A. C. HALLECK A SON., First Street, near Post Office, ang21-lyd Btaxsttllb, In. HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Connecticut. INCORPORATED 181 CHARTER J?ERPETTJAL With a Successful Business Experience o FIFTY YEARS. CASH CAPITAL $500,690.00 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $890,980.81 Insurance against Loss or Damage by Fire, on Dwellings, Furniture, Stores, Warehouse. Mer chandize, Mills, Manufactories, and other kinds of property, can be effected in this Company npon as favorable terms as the nature of the risks and secu rity to Policy will admit. PARTICULAR ATTENTION given to Insuring Farm property, consisting of Dwellings, Barns, and outbuildings cennected, and Furniture, Lire Stock, Hay, Grain, Farming Utensils, Ac., sic., contained therein, for a term of years at LOW rates of premium. OFFICERS: T. C. Ally 11. Sec'y. H. Huntington, Pres't. C. C. Lyman, Ass't Sec'y. W. N. Bowers, Actuary. D. Alexander, General Agent for the Western nnd South Western States, Columbus, Ohio. J- Graham, Ass't General Agent for the Western Applications for Insurance may be made to the t lu ,1.. J lj -.1.1.1 .Z i V 11). (tmpany. a. v. UAL.LECK A SON, Ag'ts sW Office on First street, near Post Office aug23-lyd PENS, SOAP, &c, &c. Sand and Emery Paper. l GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SAND AND V. Emery Paper just received at 8CHLAEPFER'8 Drug Store. Cooking Extracts. LARGE 8TOCK AND GOOD ASSORT MENT of Cooking Extracts just received at SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. Essence of Coffee. jgSSENCE OF COFFEE JUST RECEIVED AT SCLAEPFE'S Drugstore. Mustard. THE VERT BEST QUALITY OF MUSTARD for sale at SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. Soap. VERT LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SOAPS lust received and for sale at SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. Steel Pens. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF STEEL PINS and Lead Pencils, of the best brands, for sale at SCHLAEPFER'S Drugstore. CART'S CAUGH CURE FOR SALE AT SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. HOOFLAND'8 BALSAMIC BALSAM FOB the Cure of Coughs and Colds ; just received and for sale at SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Commissioner's Sale of Valuable Real Estate. Tift UNDERSIGNED COMMISSIONER AP ti.iuti.il s.j V a-narrtnrrs'h Circuit Court in a suit in partition wherein Sophia D. Gridiey and others are defendants, to make sale of the" Real Estate belonging to the parties to said salt to-wit : To the heirs or Horace Dunham deceased will, in pursuance of the decree of said Court, on the 28th day of October, 18t., between 10 o'clock a. m. and t o'clock p. to., at the Court House door, in the City of Evaasville, Indiana, proceed to sell at Public Auction, the following described Real Es tate to-wit : All those tracts or parcels of land and town lots lying and being in the County of Van derburg and State of Indiana, kuown and describ ed ss follows : The north-east quarter of section thirty-two (32) the south-west quarter of sec tion thirty -two (32), the west half or the west half of the south-east quarter of section thirty two (32), and the south half of fractional section thirty-one (31), all in township six (), south of range ten (10) west, in theViucennes Land District. Also, all those parts of fractional sections Ave and six (5) and (6), in township seven (T), south of range ten (10) west, contained within the following boundary: that is ro say, commencing at the cor ner of fractional section thirty -one (31), in town ship six (6), which corner is situate on the bavou bank uearly opposite the Green Siver Island, and running thence east twenty-five (25) chains and t Tty-itht (48) links to the north-west corner of fractional section five (5), township seven (7), thence runuinggStut on the township line fifty (."Ai) chains, thence south nine (V) chains and fifty jit (56) finks, thence west seventv three (T3) chains aud forty-four (44) links to the top of the abovu mentioned Iwyou bank, thence along said bayou bank to the phto- of beginning, containing 71 18-100 acres. Also, the-northwest quarter of the south-west quarter of sec tion slxten (16), in township seven 7) south, of range eleven (II) west. Also, lots one hundred and eighty -six, the inside half or lot one hundred and ninety -seven, being the half oi said lot adjoin ing lot 198, said lot IK being divided by a line running from front to rear, through the center thereof, lots one hundred and ninety-eight, two hundred and thirty-four, two hundred and thirty, five, and two hundred and thirty-ix, (186$ of 197, 198, 2S4, 235, and 236,) all iu the Donation Enlargement of the City of Kvauville. Also, lot eight iS) snd the adjoining half of lot oine (), Union Place, Eransville, said lot 186 being subject to lease for the term of five (5) years from the 1st day of September, 1850, at a yearly rent of three hundred dollars, and 50 feet of the south-east end of said lot 236 is subject to a lease from the 1st day of January, 1859, for a term of eleven years, at a ground rent of eighty dollars per year. The above described lands comprise over 550 acres in a body adjoiuging this city, which are platted into garden lots, and will be sold in small parcels to suit purchasers, of which maps can be geea at the office of Asa Igleheart. TERMS. One-fourth cash, the remainder in three equal annual installments, to be secured by notes with approved surety waiving relief laws and bearing interest. 11 IK VM NELSON, Asa Iolbhbabt, Commissioner. ttorny. septStf