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EVANSVILLE, 1ST).
MONDAY.
..OCTOBER 12, lfW
JOI BXAL BINDERY.
The publishers of the Ecansville Jour
nal have just added to their Newspaper
and Job Printing Establishment, a
FIRST CLASS BINDERY and Maxu
factoky of Blank Books. Having se
cured the services of some of the best
workmen in the West, they are prepared
to execute orders at Cincinnati and
Louisville prices.
Fvery description of Blank Books,
snch as Railroad, County, Banking, Mer
cantile, and Forwarding Books, manu
factured to order and from the best
quality of stock.
Ruling and Blanks, and Book-Head
Printing, executed in a superior man
ner. All kinds of Printed Work, such
as Magazines, Law and Medical Works
Pamphlets and old books re-bound in i a
every variety of style from half-bound to
Antique and Full-Gilt Work.
CITY xVEWS.
S&For Commercial and River News
see fourth page.
Major Will. Walker is author
ized by Col. John A. Mann to make suit
able arrangements for the accommoda
tion of companies for tha 120th regiment,
as they may desire to enter camp.
Returned. Capt F. H. Ehrman, A.
A. Q. M., and Commandant ol this Po3t,
arrived by the Saturday evening train
from a furlough of twenty days, to visit
bis friends. He looks remarkably fine.
The Warrick County Agricultu
ral Fair closed on Saturday. It was a
creditable affair we are told, and was
largely attended.
A Richmond paper, of October ;
2d. mentions the arrival in that city, of I wnlle tnere,!3 ?0,aie7r stationed nere.
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the prisoners taken by the rebels at the r x a-c
. , , ,, , , . . , ! Dan is a brave man and the soldiers
battle of Lhickamauga. This arrival j , ul
hail rioct ho " L-finrtiil. nnw mpr :tir him
,L- TJ .I,- 12.1, f 13 I
Hiurt.
:
The Coshocton Age says the Cop"
i.rheads in that section are chuckling
over the iact, that in the receut battle of
Chickamauga, Mr. Vallandigham lost no
votes. Bragg's butchers killed none but : Public Sale.
Union men, the boys who irould have i The undersigned will sell' at Mr. Ja
given their votes to John Brough, it is j cob Poelkel's house on Mitchell's tract,
true, but a man must be a miscreant so next to th Salt Well, on Thursday, Oct.
rile as to shame the devil, who could
have the heart to rejoice over it
Posey County Fair.
We have received from a friend some
notes relative to the Agricultural Fair
of Posey county, just closed.
The Fair was held at New Harmony,
commencing on Tuesday last and closing
on Friday.
The entries in all the various depart
ments were quite large and the displays
of articles in each, with the exception Of j
agricultural implements, JWere highly j
.. :
creditable :
I
Floral Hall was magnificently filled ,
and the display therein was a high en- j
comium on the industry, skill and good
taste Ot the ladies Ot rosey county. :
The amphitheater was so'crowded that ;
. , m i ,,i
gentlemen had to be excluded, and the
ladies could scarcely find acconimoda
tiona.
A varx? V. a fwl jnm A faa t nrn nt tiia Fair njaa
i
the contest in horsemanship, or perhaps :
we mio'llt say horsewomanship.
In this contest there were thirteen
competitors entered the ring and seven
contended for the prize.
The citizens of Ne Harmony made
up the sum of $3o, which was awarded in
premiums of $20, $10 and $5. The rid-
ins; was magnificent.
i w . . ,r.
lhe first prise was borne on by Miss
' J
Robb, a rural beauty; the second by Miss
Annie Mann, of Mount Vernon, and the
t'lil
j i XT n
rd bv Miss Gentry.
The first premium for
waj taken by Mr. Forth.
paeing horses
if Mt. Vernon
Time, 2:40.
Fast trotting stallions, first premium
by LanJigan, of Greyville. Time 2:3..
The entries of stock were numerous
aud the display excellent. The display
of fruit was also large ami credit ibl-
1 lie exhibition Ot Home-made woolen
gjOiis, varus ami fabcicka, were parti-.-.i-
i u .. , l . -l.:i ;.: ..
;.in -ac- . ;i . .i - ..uiiisu iiiu va...'..v.u.
of preserved fruits, sweetmeats, &c.
On Tuesday and Wednesday nights
the visitors were entertained by very
creditable theatrical performances, in
which the
Robinson family were the
t.:f ,t;;.ic v.- - .
JISIVCI ti viv.'uu fcv j MtlU ItJ uniivw -r
Thursday night
The fair was enlivened bv the choicest
music by the Net. Harmony Brass Band,
. , , PqP Bennett
All the people of Posey county seemed
to take an interest in the fair. Every
family in attendance brought full baskets : To fmm, If yOD wj8h pnrchaM pnre
of provisions, which were liberally dis- Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals at a small ad
tributed to all, Strangers and friends j vance on Eastern prices, go and examine Keller
,., n ... r L I White's stock, whers yon will find every arti-
alika, to the no small credit of the ctti-. . . . . ' , . ..
' . : els that is needed by the professor, and as prices
sens of the county for generous hospi- which cannot tail to five satisfaction. Their
talitT. ,to ' ' So-s Main street. may4dwtf
Two or three Copperheads who were
blackguards enough to huzzah for Val
landigham, received rough usage from
II a r.F Inn.l Tl, m
fair was a complete success in all shapes,
both pecuniarily and in regard to mate
rial attractions.
A correspondent of the Memphis
Bulletin, writing from Corinth, gives an
account of the late fight at Swallows
Bluff. Our force consisted of the Tth
Illinois mounted infantry and the Tth
Kansas, and left Corinth on the 2Tth alt,
commanded by Col. Rowett, of the Tth
Illinois. Two days brought tha expedi
tion to Fort Hooker, near Mifflin. They
had a skirmish and captured three of the
enemy. That night one of our pickets
was killed. The next day they got on
the rebel Xewsom's track, had a running
- , , ,
figh. for twenty miles, capturing three
more prisoners. On the oUtn they
resched Sleydlan's Bluff.
Tha rebels
- , . ,
had all crossed except the Major and 20
msn, protected by one hundred cavalry
on the other furle hut within musket
rnntrf One mo,. nU.J..J
range. Uur men charged uuder a show-
er of bullets, drove the rebel, away from
ttJ opposite 81(18 and captured the Major
j t,;. . , ,
and his men, With a loss of one man
....... .
killed and two woundad
Circuit Cocrt. This very important
institution is going on slowly, but is
d:ing its work well.
Already three of the thieves who infest
the city have received a small portion of
their deserts, and it is to be hoped the
good work will go on until there is no
more material to work upon.
On Saturday John Rush was convicted
of robbery the crime for which Tom.
Hughes was tried, not larceny, as we re'
ported it on Friday and sentenced to
eight years in the peniteutiary.
Prosecutor Marsh appeared for the
State and Major Morris S. Johnson and
James E. Blythe for the defense.
Mrs. TJnlef, whose preliminary exam
ination we reported some time since,
was indicted for receiving stolen goods,
and was lodged in jail, her bail having
been increased.
There are some four or five morn of
the late denizens of Whisky Row in the
county jail waiting their turn, and it is
consolation to all good citizens to
know, that though the " mills of God
grind slow, they grind exceeding small,"
and we hope" justice will have many a
" field day ' ere the present term of the
Circuit Court expires.
Taktabs Afloat. Twelve Illinois
Copperheads, en route to Ohio to vote
for Vallandigham, were arrested at Rich
mond, Indiana, on Friday, and confessed
their purpose. They had maps and free
passes, and were all armed, the officers
taking from the 12 seventeen revolvers,
bowie kives, &c.
The people of Ohio will not tamely
submit to this treasonable effort to cheat
them out of the right to choose their own
rulers. We shall expect to hear that I
'
many of these Illinois traitors will be
sent home by a short cut.
Dan. Voorbees didn't stop to
make a speech here, as he returned from
his tour through Ohio, but slipped quiet
ly by lor his home in Terre Haute. His
speech - making is over in Indianapolis
J" J
up, or he may "depart from his usual i
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custom anu puuii&n a ivearu in me
&eate Sentinel. He and Claypool are
bu 0,1 writing for the Sentinel.
HOME INTERESTS.
22, 1S63, at 9 o'clock a. m., the follow
ing property, to-wit: Four horses, five
cows with calf, two 2-horse wagons, one
plow, harness, household and kitchen
furniture, Ac., &c.
Terms. Sums of $5 and under, cash; '
y . I
on all sums over $o a credit of eight ,
months will be given, the purchaser giv-
r,t. tdUV, .nn.nal oanr..:n ntotwln,. '
lug nuic. nibu oppkuvcu c.ui J 11 1 -
valuation or appraisement laws.
J. J. Cohx, Auctioneer.
MTl take this method of informing my friend
,ht 1 hT purchased a Gallery in Indianapolis.
and expect to move my business to that citv very
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sooic, and all those who wish to hvu 1.1 make
plctllM for tht.m wiu CiM at ouoe.
J pkbbv Elliott.
To the Pcblic1 hereby Inform tho public that !
I will commence regnUr night auction, on Mon-
Wednesday and F.iday nighu.
I"I will offer for ale large lots of Dry Go.xl con-
. .. of Dlsas. Merinoes. Muslin,.
Shawls, Bed Spreads, Table Cloths. Skirts. Nap
kins, Towels, Linens, &c.
Also large lots of Gentlemen s Clothing, eon-
sisting of Pants, Vests, Coats and all kinds of
Ladi' and Gentlemens' shoes
Next Saturday, Oct. loth at 9 o'clock, A. M.
there will be a large sale.
At the sametisne will he sold one good Piano.
J. J. C'OHN,
octM Auctioneer.
; , . .
B3- One of the firm of our enterprising Hatters
j and Farrin vautier Marconnisr, left to-day
i for the Eastern cities to buy their stock of Ladies'
! Tan wn,ch they intend to havo a great deal larg-
' er this season than ever brought to this city. Bo-
i . .. . . . . . . ,
; Ing an excellent judge of tho article, he cannot fall
; to make selections of prime goods, made up in
the very latest style, which they will sell at the
lowec. pos!!oie raie. i.:tuin, tu eiii 01 a i;(ou
I ' , .,, , . .
cueap m 01 r ... n . 11 nave . .ij'iJjr. hi. ny null
Veek to select one out of a fine big, ind fresh
; stock Call early aDd make your choice.
cetS-V
Dr. V. O. C UN DEN, or Cincinnati, who per-form-d
such a wonderful cure n Jas. Scautlin Sr.
of this city, in the cure nt a Can:er, and who re
moves Canrt-rs withedt the use of the knife aud
without p-"'i, raB conssdtss at the Washington
House oa Thursd-iy and Friday, Oct. I.'.th and
UN and :in Thnr-day and Friday, Noveinb-r
fSBiaiid intb.an.i Aseesfteti nthand isth
All interested re iuvitcd to rorae and . xassins
sixrimeos of Cancels removed by the Doctor.
octB
For a line dressr. fashionable suit
go to
Lyon's whose assortment is n,w complete.
His stock is equal in variety, and style lo any
, m thelnion.
! ... .....
; w pwaw are rasauH,siaaa aanorss.
A HUH Salic H. Nelson will sell at auction
i on Thursday morniue. October Tth. at the
I A"?" Boo, corner of Main and Third streets,
i UUS5J one oarfacne4a one-uorse wagon,
a lot of oueensware. chair, tables, several heating
! stov.s, about sixty yards of carpet, and slot f
; iTJ goods, Ac, Ac
Copeland's Savings Bank
; Jjg., 4 First Strest is nO"5V
' f
Pymg
For Gold 1 40
TJ. S. Demand Notes 1 40
Large Silver 1 30
Small Silver 1 20
Call aud see before Selling.
fisa" Five horses, one top buggy, one
open buggy, and harness, for sale. En
quire of Hiram Nelson, :t you can find
him. octldlw
The American House still Lives !
New Improvements.
Having b ased the above nam. d house for a term
of years, I have spared no pains or expense In
1 putting evsry department of this popular hotel in
mot I1"'" nviT 1 lMI fltted " nc
bar adjacent to th office, where at all times the
cboice.t ofwine. nd Hqniw. will be kept, and a
polite and attentive men to wait upon my pations
and frlend-
i . Biiiv win si an utiit-i dc Kept during
; fh night; pirtic,1lr Rtt()nim wiu
' togurst arriving and departing on t. u, i.uth
day and night.
aiy lauie iuiii .1 ampiy suppuea
, wUh th tbe mke, affordii RnJ by
attention to bu..ne .nd th. want, of the public,
I hope to obtain a largs snare ot wis pniille
t oatronaae. of whloh I .hall endeavor to render
i Plron8. ' ,,..
mmlf worthy. J J . 1 1 li.sbi RY
myself worthy
CflAaLM laLL, Clerk
aug6-dtf
If. 8. CLAIM AGENCY.
Bounties, Pensions, 4 Arrears of Pay.
BEN STINSON is authorized by the United
States Government (and ha been furnished with
all the nocessary forms and instructions) to pro
cure bounties, pensions aud buck pay for widow? and
orphans ; pensions, bounty and luck pay for officers
in the Arniy and Navy, Seamen, Marines, Engi
neers, Firemen, and Coal Heavers employed in the
service of the United States; collect accounts of ; Evening Star from New Orleans, 4th, ar-
Contractors, Sutlers, and claims against the Gov- rived this morning.
ernment for damages don real estate and other ! Among her passengers are Major-Gen-pruperty
by the A. my nd Navy. j erai Herron, Commodore (loldsboro, 165
Correspondents desiring answers must enclose ! 8c 80ldier3, and 161 rebel officers as
stamps. Office Third street, second door from ' TirJonnerR
Main, Evansville, Ind.
nihil
BEN STINSON.
Si" rR. Kleaoee still continues to be the only
lawfnl agent in this city for the Artificial Rubber
Teeth.
After furnishing nearly a hundred seta in the
past five years, he has no hesitation in recom
mending them as the best and cheapest material
in use, )eing worn in the most difficult months,
with comfort and efficiency. Persons suffering
with bad fitting mettle plates are especially re
quested to call at the Rooms next BittrolfTs, Main
Street.
WILLIAM REAVIS,
Attorney at Law and IT. S. Claim
Agent,
Is authorized by the Government to procure Pen
sions, Bounty Money, Back Pay, Bounty Land
I Claims for Houses and other Property destroyed
while in the service of the Government, aud all
claims, of whatever kind or nature against the
United States.
Bounty for Discharged Soldiers!
By an amendment to the Bounty Law, passed at
the last session of Congress, " All soldiers or j
other persons who hare been or shall hereafter be j
discharged within two years from the date of their
enlistment, by reason of wounds received in battle, j
shall reieive the same Bounty as though they
served two years."
Office 65 Main Street, over Keller's Gun Store,
opposite the Court House, Evansville, Indiana.
Correspondents must enclose stamps.
ttaGood references gheu if required. mh23
ESS" The fine side-wheel steamer Chambers,
Brown - Captain, will continue to run ana regular
T- ,11- 3 rt 1 1
packet between Evansville and Henderson, leav
ing Evansville every evening at 4 e'clock, and
Henderson every morning at 7 o'clock.
She will carry freight at the following rates :
Pound freights, 10c. ; flour per barrel, 15c. ; do.
per sack, 8e. ; whisky per barrel, 30c. ; molasses,
20c.; shingles, 25c. per 1.C00 feet; lumber. 15c.
p r 100 feet ; doors. 10c. ; sash in bundles of five,
10c.
Other freights in proportion. sep24tf
CANDIDATES' NOTICE.
PHILIP KOCH, Jr., o Perry Township, wil
""'PP0''1'1 r Appraiser or Vander-
burgh County, qu Tuesday next by a
HOST Of FRIESD3.
We are anti.orir.-d to announce that JOHS j
HALL, of Knight Township, will serve as County
Commissioner for the. 1st District of Vanderburgh
! county, if elected.
JOBS WATMAS is a candidate for Ap
I praiser of Keal Estate at the next October election.
JOHN BICHMANN, and old citizen of Van-
derbnrgh county, is a candidate for Ccunty Com
Isjsioasc al the ensuing October election.
Editors "Journal," please announce the na.ne
: of BERNARD N V RRE as a candidate for County
! Commissioner at the next ensuing October elec
i lion.
" We are authorized to announce the name
I of LEWIS ft STINSOX, as s candidate at the
i next October election, for the office of Prosecuting
At'"r""v j ",e l:,xn m,c,al vutTlct-
CHAS. K. MARSH, the present Prosecuting
attorney for the 15th Judicial Circuit, will be a
candidal,- Sir that office at the ensuing October
t'leCtiOU.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Pulmonary Consumption a Curable
DUeaseU!
.4 CARD.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The undersigned having been restored to health
, ... oj n .ery ,u.P10 reiueuy, mier ,
in a few weeks, by a vt.-ry simple remedy, after
having suffered several years with a severe lung j
alfe'ti.ii, and that dread disease. Consumption
is auxious lo make known to his fellow-sufferers
I the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge), with the direo-
t ions for preparing and using the same, which
' they will find o stirs ear for Consvmption, Asthma
' Bronchitis, Cocam, C'OLne, Sic. The only object
thea ivcrtisei has in sending the Prescription Is to 1
benefit the afflicted, and spread Information wbioh 1
he concelTes to be iuvaluable ; and be hopes every
' sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them
! nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please '
; address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburgh, Kings County,
sep30-3m New Tork.
PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S
HAIR RESTORATIVE.
This ostoiiishing preparation
will. ly Nature's own Process, Re
store Gray Hair to the Original Color.
Will make it grow on Bald Heads.
"Will restore the Natural Secretions.
Will remove at once all Itching.
AVill remove nil Dandruff.
Will cure all Eruptions even Scald Head.
Wrtll make lbs Hair Soft aud Glossy.
Wrlll preservr the Color of Hair to Old A.:
AVill always Fasten it, and stop It Falling.
And Isoaeof the best Toilet Articl.s lor th
Hair now in Has,
Thousands of Soldiers in the Arm
Have testified to the abovo, who had become gra
1 anrt lrtflt their TTuir Iit- sii-VnoKa luiiicro of I'liniaf-
'
i na inattention, wune per.orm.ng camp amy.
j A Restorative and dressing it has no equal.
hSLLtB
Wlf.las.ota natsil k irni.ta irtf Vruiuv 1 n
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!!
, Batchelor'S Celehrated Hair Dye
Is the Best in the World!
The only
Harmless True and Reliable Due
Known.
This splendid Hair Dye is Perfect changes Bed
Busty or Grey Hair, instantly to a Glossy Black
or Natural Brown, without Injuring ihe Hair er
Staining the Skin, leaving the Hair Soft and
Beantifnl ; imparts fresh vitality, frequently re
storing its pristine color, and rectifins the ill
effects of Bad Dyes. The Gennine is signed WIL
LIAM A. BATCH F.LOR, all others are mere imi
tations, and should be avoided Sold by al
Druggists, Ac. Factory 82 Barclay street, N. "
BATCHELOR'S NEW TOILET CREAM FO
' OBEi5S1N'G TIIK hair
jylOdwly
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS, SEMIN A I
Ubinabt and Sexual Svstims. New and roll
treatment in Reports of the HF.WABD A 0 i
CIATION Sent in scaled letter envelope., freB of ;
charge. Address, Dr. J. SKI I.LIN HOUGHTON, j
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. an27-3m I
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF j
AN INVALID,
Published for the benefit, and as a warning and !
CAUTION TO YOUNG MEN who suffer from '
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay of Manhood,
etc., aupplyiiiK st the same time. THE MEANS
OF SELF CURE. By one who has cured bimselt
after being put-to great expense and injury through
medical humbua and quacxery.
Br enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope
single conies may be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.,
Bedford, Kings County, N. Y.
LIQUORS.
3ST 3ES "W IT1 X 1EL -
N. F. CARR & CO.,
HOLESALE DEALEBS IN IMPORTED
Durai-stic Wines and Liquors, have
opeued at No. 28 First Street, (adjoining Messrs.
Hollingsworth A Bro., Oueensware Store,) a large
stock of Liquors, to which we beg to call the at
tention of the trade. W. are prepared to offer ex-
irajrumary inauu'incnta to Vma buyers, -;nd re-
sprciiuuy nTiie merenants, Bar Keepers, dealers.
nd all other, who interest in buying good
i "gjitf!!?' ! Ii..
Tariety of imported w lues and Liquors of almost
srery grade. Also, large assortment of old
Bourbon. Monongahela and Bye Whisky, which
t. -Di-
we warrant to b gsauine.
N. T. f ARB ft CO.
THE VERY LATEST
B T
TELEG TEZ .A. F H.
Later from Xfw Orleans lOtb Army
Corps at Krauklin -Brisk Cavalry
Fight Rebels put to Flight.
New York, Oct 10. The steamer
Our letters of the 6th inst. state that
the headquarters of the 19th Army Corp3
were near Franklin.
On the 2nd, a cavalry skirmish be
twen Col. Davis' command and the Reb
els under Captain Sauire, resulted in the
retreat of the rebels at the first fire.
Squire being mortally wounded, and CoL
Davis having captured a park of rebel
artillery, no demonstration had since j
been made.
The health of the 13th aud 19th Army
Corps is excellent.
The rumors of the burning of the town
of Morganga, arose from the destruction
by our forces, for defensive purposes, of
a number of buildings on the outskirts.
Libel Suit in Washington City
diet Not Guilty.
Ver-
Washington, Oct 10. Count Garow
ski was tp-day, in the criminal court,
found not guilty of libel against Mr.
Hunt, Chief Clerk of the State Depart-
ment, who had complained that the
Count had published language for the
purpose of inducing the belief that he
had violated the confidence the "OVern-
ment had reposed in him as One of its
officials.
Sew York Correspondent Turned
out of Meade's Lines.
New York, Oct 10. The Washington
correspondent of the Boston Herald
Btates that the correspondents of the
New York Times and Tribune have been
sent outside the lines of the army of the
Potomac for violating orders relative to
the publication of information obtained
from deserters, refugees, &c.
Pittsburgh, Oct. 10. River 21 inches
by metal mark and stationary. Weather
clear.
LAI EST NEWS BY MAIL.
Special to the Missouri .Wscrat.l
Leaven-worth, October 9. Gen. Blunt
has escaped, and was met below Fort
Scott by reinforcements, which he took
command of and Started in pursuit of
Quantrell.
1 have received the following addition
al particulars concerning the attack:
The General was in advance of the
wagons, and while waiting for them in
the vicinity of Pond's camp, he noticed
a body of 100 men advancing in line,
who, being dressed ineour uniform, he at
first supposed belonged to Pond's com
mand, on drill, while, at the same time,
he had suspicioned they were rebels.
He had the escort formed in line and
the band and wagons ordered to the rear, '
v.:i v. .i j i j.i tt- i .1
while he advanced toward theui. He had
proceeded bnt a short distance when
they fin d on hini, at the same time he
heard firing at Pond's Camp. As he
turned to give the order to fire, he dis
covered the escort running from him.
Seeing our men break, the enemy
charged, followed by about 200 others
from the timber.
With the assistance of Major Curtis,
the General endeavored to halt and rally
the escort, but only succeeded in detain
ing fifteen men. With the.se he turned
on the enemy, who retreated. He fol
lowed them until they formed in force,
a.s i.m .
wnen ne Halted, with the determination
of remaining until he could ascertain the
fate of the escort and of Pond's com
mand. With a force of only nine
men he kept firing in their rear until
they moved south, when he joined Pond's
command, rhich he found safe, with the
exception of a small loss in killed and
wounded.
MANTUA MAKING.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
CLOAK, MANTILLA
AND
MRS. ELIZA SPEIGLEBERG,
IN THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON
First Street, has just received fresh supplies
from tho East, of the richest fabrics, ami Is now
! prepared to make np to ord'-r on the most reason -j
eble terms. Cloaks, Mantlas, Circles, and Sacques
I of the best material aud of tho most lienutiful
: styles. .
Her stock is so complete, that with the assist
I ance of the most competent Dress aud Cloak
makers in the country, she is able to defy all com
petitors in both stye and prices.
Mrs. Spiegulberg also has bought a largo as
sortment of Silks, Head praasses, Hair Braids aud
Cm-Is, Ladys' Pocket Handkerchiefs of every style
nnd a great many other articles ft l the convo-'ib-uc-i
of the Ladies of Xvansvillo ai d vicinity too
nnmerous to mention.
The best Sewing Mi-chines of Grov. r A Baker
niinnfh'-tory for family use. for sail by
Mrs. ELIZA SPIEGELBKRG,
No. l:i First Street bet Main and Second
Mi.p-i
NOTICE.
United States Marshal's Sale.
BT VIRTUE 0r AN ORDER OF SALE TO j
me directed from the Klerks Office of the
District Court of the United States for the District
of Indiana, I will on 9
j TUESDAY, THE 20TH DAT OF OCTOBER, 1863,
: at George Foster's Warehouse, corner of Locust
; stroetand Canal, in the citv of Evansville, Indi
ana, offer for sale at PUBLIC AUOTION FOB
CASH j
One-half Keg Powder, one Bag Shot, throe Kegs
and seven Pounds Powder, four Trunks and seven
Fatchels, cotaining Needles, Combs, Notions, and
: BosBUcklerrWine1 luSg uee'n condmn-
ed and forfeited to the United States as enemies
ProP?:r,v' anrt tb hal ordered by the Court
properly, ana l
to sell the same.
DAVID G. ROSE,
U. S. Marshal.
orU
By S. 8. Bioxlow,
Deputy.
MEDICIAL
A Valuable Medicine
FOR EVERY FAMILY.
DBUGGISTS IN ALL
sections of the city
and country jeep on
hand buy, sell and re
commend as a tonic,
stimnlant and appetizer,
Roback's Htomach Bit
ters. APOTHECARIES IN
all sections of the city
and country keep in
stock, sell and dispense
as a tonic Roback's
Stomach Bitters.
PHYSICIANS in all
section of the city and
country approve and re
commend as a tonic Ro
back's Stomach Bitters.
GROCERS in all sec
tions of the city and
country keep constantly
supplied with and deal
in Roback's Stomach
Bittors.
HOTELS in all sec
tions of the city and
country are snpplied
with aud "cannot keep
a notei
without
stock of Roback's Stomach Bitters.
HOSPITALS throughout the army of the North
have fonnd an indispensable tonic, and are using,
for the soldiers Roback's Stomach Bitters.
SUTLERS in every regiment ongbt to have
and many have introduced, and highly recom
mend Roback's Stomach Bitters.
LADIES, old and young, for Billlousuess, Liver
Complaints, Languor, Weakness and general De
bility, are recommended to use Roback's Stomach
pvtovnnnv . . . ,
EVERYBODY who desires a good tonie for
giving tons to the spirit, a healthy appetite aud
to ny a bottle of Roback'. Stomach Bitters.
DR. C. W. WOU At li. I
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OH
East
Proprietor, Cincinnati.
and Manufaetery Nos. 56, 58, 60 and
t Third Street.
fc.-For sale by all Druggists everywhere
uug2
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IliiPll
ciaABS & TOBACCO-
JOSEPH FENDRICH & BROS.,
Wo. IBS Forest Street, fc 49 Soul I.
BALTIMORE, M D .
JOHN FENDRICH & BROS.,
COLUMBIA, PA.,
AND
F. FENDRICH & BROS.,
Evansville, Ind.,
Branches of the Baltimore House,
T O B AC
y" ARE NOW THE MOST EXTENSIVE
Manufacturers, in our Hue, in the State. We
offer the following Tobacco and Cigars, of our own
manufacture, for sale :
200 Boxes of Five Lamp per pound 50 Cts.
200 Boxes of 10 Lump per pound 60 Cts.
200 Boxes Frank's Orange Lump lb 65 Cts.
300 Rose Bud, in Caddies, per pound 60 Cts.
300 Boxes Barow's, in Caddies.
300 Caddies Peach Leaf, per ponnd SO 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 Scotch Snuff ;
50 Half Barrels Fine-Cat Chewing Tobacco ;
100 Merschanm Pipes ;
100 Gross Briar aud Wood Pipes ;
200,000 Clay Pipes, assorted ;
100 Gross Rubber Pipes ;
10,000 assorted Pipe Stems ;
25,000 Conha Cigars ;
24,0f0 Henry City Cigars, flrst'e ;
26,000 Henry Clay Cigars, Second's ;
29,000 La Napoleon Cigars ;
30,000 El Brutus Cigars ;
200,000 Half Spanish Cigars ;
200,000 Segareets ;
220.000 La Salvadina Cigars ;
400,000 Packs Smoking Tobacco ;
50 Drums Turkish Smoking Tobacco ;
1,000 Bales Kinnicauick Smoking Tobacco;
50 Drums Shanghie ;
2,000 Pounds Mackabov Snuff;
2,000 French Snnff
Merchants and Store-Ke.-pers, look to their
interest; examine our large stock.
No. 27
Main Street, Sales Room
Factory, Cor. Locust & Water Sts.
We inanufactare all tin- above goods, and will lei
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,
wbere ,hBT ' "av 30 vr wut-
rENDRi
DRlCH A BROS.,
Evansville, Indiana
apil
GROCERIES.
k. (. WMKILEK. AS. RIOC8. W. 3. 810(2
WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG,
Whole: le dealers in
GROCERIES,
SALT, COTTON YARNS
Nails, Window Glass, Sash, Doors, &e.
o. 11 North First Street,
Corner ot Sycamore.
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
COPARTNERSHIP
vv
E HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH US WM J
Sugg, late of fniontown, K v.. in the
Wholesale Grocery business. The styleof tho firm
will be WheMwr. Riggs A Sugg.
WHEELER 4 RIGGS.
( 10FFEK
Just received 100 bags prime Rio Coffee ;
50 bags good fair Coffee;
50 boxes Ground V; and for sale cheap at
WHEELEH, RIGli 80068
C1YRUP Si MOLASSE;
O 25 b:
barrels Syrup ;
25 barrels Bertrand's XXX Syrup ;
10 ' stowart s syrup ;
20 " extra Honey Svrup ;
40 " N. O. Molasses ;
itfl half bbls Honey Svnin ;
SO half bbls Bertrand's XXX Syrup ;
f0 ten gallon kegs Syrup ;
For sale chi-sp as Hip cheapest at
WHEELER, UIGOS A SUGG'S.
SPICES
25 bags Black Pep;-er ;
15 bags Spice ;
ID fog. Raw Ginger;
A bags Cassia ;
20 cases Nutmegs ;
25 boxes ground Ginger ;
SO " Pepper ;
25 " Spice ;
5(1 " Cinnamon ;
50 " Cloves;
75 " Mustard ; for sale low at
WHEELER. RIGGS St SUGG'S.
s
UGAR
20 hhds. prime Now Orleans Sug.u ;
20 " fair "
10 " Porto Rico Sugar ;
15 boxes Havana "
25 barrels Crushed M
25 u Powderel 4
V " Coffee
U " Yelllow CofT-e Sugar ; air sals at
WIIEELKR, RIGGS A SCGG'8.
f ACKEKKL
LVJ v
'Si barrels No. Muckerel, hirge ;
XII 1 "
iT lu 11 bbls 1 -25
2
-J5 3
30 quarter bbls No. 1 Mackerel :
36 " a
25 " " 3
25 kits " 1
50 ' S
70 " " S -
Just received por rail at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S.
TYE STUFF, ETC
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2 cases Manilla Indigo ; -
1 caso Madras indigo ;
1 hhd Dutch Madder ;
10 barrels Alum ;
10 " Copperas ;
S " Cndboar;
50 boxes Extract Logwood ;
2 barrels Brimstone ;
10 " Sulphur;
5 " Spsom Salts ;
2 " Vensia Bod ;
2 " Spanish Brown ;
10O boxes Washing Bine ;
10 frails Soft Shell Almonds ;
10 barrels Filberts ; for sals cheap at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG.
IIT-OIDEN WARE ETC.-
V V
76 dozen Red Buckets ;
50 dozen Blue and Red Buckets j
-" dozen Well Buckets ;
20 do !en No. 1 Tubs ;
45 dozen No. 2 and 3 Tubs ;
T5 dozen Wash Boards ;
20 Nests Buckets, 3 in nest ;
10 dozen half Bushel Measures ;
50 boxes Clothes Pius.
For sale cheap by WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG
FLOUR 100 barrelFextra Family Flour, on
consignment at WHEELER BIGGS A SOGG
C1HEESE
50 boxes Western Reserve Cheese ;
20 bozos Hamburg Cheese,
i Just received and to arrive at
WHEELER, R1GQS A SUGG'S.
LIVERY STABLE.
AMERICAN STABLE,
On Third bet. Main and Locust Sts,
THIS LIVERY ESTABLISHMENT, WHICH
is well known throughout the country, pos
sesses Stable advantages superior to any similar
establishment in the City, having arrangements
for the seception of private horses at livery of the
most elegant and complete description, aud at the
lowest rates.
Carriages for visiting to bst. Coaches, light
wagons, and every kind of road vehicle to let.
Horses sold on commission Second hand Baggy'.
br sale at the very lowest prices. Passengers for
warded to all parts of the country by special con
veyance. RICHARDSON, BRITT0N A CO.
p!4
GROCERIES.
VI ADDER
1 cask prime Dutch just received
1VJ- nd for sale by
S. E. GILBERT A CU.
TNDIQ0 500 pounds best quality for sals by
A s r AirBERT A CO
. ' No 4 Sycamore Street
PINE TAR IN KEGS "
100 kegs Genuine Pins Tar iu one gallon kept
At H. A. COOK'S,
62 ' TILLT JTifrZZ
J 12 doz. assented qnarts Jelly ;
I
Bit
pint.
MANUFACTURERS OF
At H. A. COOK'8
MACHINISTS.
i E J. U R
GUT FOIIY,
EVANSVILLE, IlffD.,
Manufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES,
STEAM BOILERS,
AND
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Of the most Approved Pattern.
ALSO
All kinds of Machinery appertain
ing to Railroads, Steamboats,
Distilleries, Flouring Mills.
SUGAR MILLS,
of all sizes with the latest Improve
ment attached ; Tobacco Screws,
Portable Engines.
&c, &c, &c.
House Fronts, Grates, Rail
ing, Iron and Brass Castings
of every description.
DEALERS IK
Steam Gauges, Gum Belting, Fire
Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting
Cloth, &c, at
MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
Repairing done at short notice.
Workmen sent to all parts to fit up
work and repair Boilers Jfc Machinery
WA11 orders will receive our indivldnal atten
tion and will be promptly filled on the most
reasonable terms.
Office and Foundry on the Canal,
corner of Ingle Street.
mhl7-lj
INSURANCE AGENCY.
INSURANCE AGNCY
J. W. NEXSEN,
Marble Hall, Main Street,
EVANSVILLE, IND.,
Underwriter and General In
surance Agent.
Adjuster of Fire Losses and
Notary Public.
All business connected
with Insurance attended to
ith promptness and fidelity.
Polices issued in several ol
the oldest and most reliable
Companies in the Union.
FIRE, LIFE and MARINE.
Jombined Cash Capital Ren
resented over
$ 5,0 00,000 00
PREPARE IN TIME
AGAINST THE
THE FI&ES OF FALL!!
BY
Prime A No. 1 Insurance
IN THE
Phoenix Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD CONN.
The Fruits of the Phoenix
Are manifest in the following statement of
y a. t& --fir Figures
Showing Use ssnotmt equalised to public benefit in
iheshtirsof bsases aid in the West and South,
nrin fhe tr four years ; a line of valuable ser
i ice, honorable e well as commendable, and which
saasiM snirgest
THE
-or-
o i-vei oihii who desires to bestow hist&turauc
patronage upon a
Wf.LL TRIED CORPORATION.
I S40.277.45 OHIO J4",S77 5
L7.fii2.91 INDIANA 27,b22.94
69,174.56 ILLINOIS (.9,174.56
32,670,08 MICHIGAN 32,670.08
34,2.11.13 WISCONSIN 34,920.13
19,323.34 IOWA 18,323.34
8,653.10 MINNESOTA 8,653.10
1, 67.00 NKBBASKA 1,167.00
9,765.00 KANSAS. 9,765.00
S,054.36 KENTUCKY 34,054.36
13,054.90..... TENNESSEE 43,054.90
20,832.55 MISSISSIPPI 20,832.55
27,698.83 MISSOUKI 27,698.83
-2,839.43 ARKANSAS 22,839.43
3,861.98 TEXAS 3,901.9t
555.55 ALABAMA 656.56
In the equitable adjuttment, and prompt Cats re
tponte to hues, the PHCENIX ttandt pre-eminently at
Ue head of if profession ; while if extent ire, practi
lical, ,id nr st -class business system of locul agencies,
is not excelled by any similar corporation in the world.
Insurancies solicited, and policies issued and re
newed in this leading Corporation, at fair rates by
J. W. NEXSEN, Besident Agent,
Ofllce, Marble Hall Building, Main street.
Cash Assets, January 1st, 1862,
$1,992,585.89.
Losses Paid, Upward o
14,000,000.
I . ,iVB SJ1 Public service, promptnsei and relia-
bility of this well-tried and sterling Company, re-
i wjuwiii i. vo preisreuce witn tuose neeaiag ln
- 1 inranos.
W In.araacs solicited and Policies issued by
J. W. NEXSEN, Agent,
! febB Marble Hall Bnilding, No. 9. Main st.
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PROPOSALS.
OFFICE COMMISSARY OF SUBSISTENCE, 1
Evansville, Ind., October 5, 1863. f
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
at this office (from first hands and from citi
zens loyal to the U. S. Government) until 12
o'clock Thursday, Octoter 8th, 18R3, for the fol
lowing stores, to be delivered as the Commissary
at this post may direct :
25,000 Pounds Bacon, (Sides and
Shoulders.)
The bid. shall form the basis of a written con -tract.
JSBidders shall be governed by specifications pre
viously published. F. H. EHRMAN,
Oct. 6. Capt. C. 8.
RAILROAD NOTICE.
Evaimille A Crawfordsvllle R. R.Co.
Freight TartflT between Evansville
and Cincinnati per 100 bu
1st Class. 2d Claas. 3d Class. 4th Class.
50 40 30 25
Flour V bbl. 50 Cents.
Time consumed in transportation between these
r cants is from four to five days .
oet A. . IBRADBR, Freight Ag't.
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SPECTACLES.
I. RITTENBEEG,
Manufacturer of the newlr invented
PERISCOPIO
Spectacles
AND
Army Field Glasses.
Superior to all others now in nsr.
SP7 GLASSES,
Microscopes,
OPERA GLASSES,
Marine Spy Glasses,
SIMPLE MICROSCOPES,
Hunting- Grlasstes,
And all kinds of
OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
Can be had only of
No. 67
3V ain Street,
EVANSVILLE. INDIANA.
I RITTENBEEG HAS KOW ON HANDS A
. splendid assortment of Optical Instruments,
which he will dispose of at greatly reduced
prices; his 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, viz: The finest quality of Gold
Spectacles, these Glasses being constructed on the
most accurate adaptation of the Convex C'oacavo
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 beiag 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 fine 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
ing them constantly, causing the eye to gain its
healthy power and retain it to old age.
Having had very considerable experience also in
cateract-eyes, in adapting glasses to snch 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
stndy 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
misfortnne occurring to the vision. The eye be
ing the most delicate organ, and of the most vital
importance to the hippiness and prosperity of
man, should never be tampered with, either by
the individual or by those who, for mere profit,
take npon t bemselves the selling of Optical In
struments, and who know nothing of the anatomy
of the eye, or how to discover the proper glasses to
snit the peculiarity of tho different sights of those
needing spectacles. Thousands have lost their
vision entirely from not applying to those only
qualified to know the different defects in each in
dividual's sight . and how to remedy it by wearing
the proper kind of spectacles. I. Kit tenDerg,
having had over twenty-five years experience as a
regular practical optician, can assure those giving
him their patronage that by applying to him they
can get the very right kind of glasses adapted to
their case, and in alniest every one secure good
eye sight to old age. Netr sighted persons can
also obtain of him the latest improvement in
spectacles snited to them, being a new invention.
1 have also the most recently new Field Glasses,
with Astromical eye pieces, being very snporior
to the old ; rn glass arrangement. All kinds of
Optical Instrnments repaired at the shortest no
tice.fand those having purchased spectacles of me,
and having had the misfortnne 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. 2.
EXECUTOR'S SALE.
EXECUTOR'S SALE
or
VALUABE REAL ESTATE.
BY VIRTUE OF THE POWER CONTAINED
in the Will of M. W. Foster, deceased, as well
as an order of the Court of Common Pleas of Van
derburgh county, the undersigned will offer for
sale at Public Acction, on THURSDAY, the 15th
day of October, 1863, between 10 o'clock a. m. and
4 o'do.k p. m., at tha Court Honse door, in the
city of Evansville, the following described Real
Estate :
Item 1. The corner part of Lot 36, Old Plan of
Evansville, being 40 feet front on Mais
street by 90 feet deep on First street,
with the three story brick (doubte) s.ore
situated thereon, the first stories njw oc
cupied by John Healey and J. P. Elliott.
Item 2. The lot of ground adjoining the above,
commencing on First street 90 feet from
the intersection of Main street, thence
along First street 32 feet, more or less, to
the center of the partition wall dividing
the store now owned by J. Q. Veneman
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 toward. 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
buildings situated thereon ; also, an
alley in the rear of said property, 10 feet
wide, which is to be kept forever opened.
The first floors of said bnilding are now
occupied by G. Cope land and Goldman,
Berg A Co.
Itfm 3. The lot of gronnd on the corner of Lo
cust and Water streets, being 150 feet on
Water street and 150 feet on Locust street,
known as lots 7 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.
Item 4. The undivided oue-half ot Lot 1 subdi
vision Lot 200, Donation Enlargement of
Evansville, being corner part of said lot,
having 25 feet front on Fourth or Market
street, and 80 feet on Locust afreet to a
ten f.t alley, with the common privilege
of same.
Item 5. The undivided one-half of Lot 2 subdi
vision Lot 200 Donation Enlargement of
Evansville, adjoining the above, naving
25 fret front on Fourth or Market street
and 80 feet deep, to the alley in the rear,
with the common privilege of the same.
Item 6. The undivided one-half of Lot 3, subdi
vision Lot 200, Donation Enlargement of
Evansville, adjoining the above, bavins;
25 feet front on Fourth or Market street,
and 80 feet deep, to the alley in the rear,
with the common privilege of the same.
Item 7 The undivided one-half of Lot No. 4
subdivision of Lot 200 Donation Enlarge
ment of Evansville, naving 30 feet front
on Locust street and 75 fret on Dunham
street, with the common privilege of the
ten frot alley on the south-west side, to
gether with the brick smoke noose and
frame pork house situated on the same.
Item 8. The undivided one-half of Lot 5, and
one-half Lot 4, block 28, Eastern Enlarge
ment of Evansville with the wooden shed
situated thereon, having 36 feet front oa
Fifth street orCanal and runnit g through
to Church street.
Item 9. The undivided one-half of Lots 6 and
7, block 28, Eastern Enlargement of Ev
ansville, having 48 feet front on Fifth
street or Canal, and running back 130 feet
to Chqrch 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 indisputable.
Any one desiring to purchase may examine the
property and see plau of it by applying at George
Foster A Co.'s Warehouse, corner of Locnst street
and Canal.
TERMS OF SALE : One-third cash, one third
at three months, onsMhird at six months, the pur
chaser giving n.'t.-s with approved security beam
ing interest, and waiving relief lawa.
GEO. FOSTER, )
JOHN W. FOSTER. J """ors
Evansville, Sept. 12, 1863. d-td.J
PAPER MILLS.
EVANSVILLE
IPER MILLS,
I.EICH dt f ARLSTEDT, Agents.
-E MANUFACTURE WRAPPING PAPI
VV equal to an v made, and at Cineinnati price.
Price, sent oa application to the Agents,
jylOdfim
NOTICE.
Button Change Uedeamed.
W'E WILL RKDLtM THE ENCASED
Postage Stamps for Greeabaeks " at any
tinw and in any sum..
CHAPKER BUSSING,
aer.iT H. A. COOK.
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