WANTS, FOR RENT, &c
T?0 SALE A
FULL BLOODED ATER-
-I SHTBE Cow. five
vears old. bright cherry
red, warranted ful! blooded, and gives, when
fresh, four gallons. oXii, h milk at a milking. Her
last calf is seven mouths old, and ahe now gives
t vo and a half gallon" of milk at a milking.
For particulars call at this office. oc!4-lw
LOST. On Wednesday, a safe key, with a
sheath on the end of it. The finder will t
liberally rewarded by tearing it at this office.
WANTED. A situation as Book-keeper, As
sistant Book-keeper, or Salesman, by a
young man of active busiuess experience.
Apply to Mo. 6 Water street, or Journal Office.
FIB SALE OB BENT. A two story frame
dwelling house, having nine rooms.
Also for sale a One Story Frame dwelling house,
having two rooms, a kitcheu, and a cellar.
Also 40 acre- of land one-half improved, within
seven miles of the city.
Also for sale a fine lot bet ween 6econd and
Third Streets, fronting thirt) even feet on Main
For further particulars euquire at the office of
oct7 LAW & ANTHES.
TAILORS WASTED. Six good Tailors can
obtain employment, at ,'he best of wages, by
applying imme iately at
oc6 Main Street bet. First and Water.
XTOOD CHOPPERS WASTED. One hundred
v V Wood Choppers, to chop wood a short dis
tance up the Canal at SI & per cord.
Apply to P. HOVLE, So. 12, First Street, or to
sep30-2w JOHN SMYTH.
C1ITY HOTEL FOR REST The above named
' house is favorably located on Water street,
opposite the Steamboat Landing, and has lately
been painted inside and out, papered, and put in
good order for a first class hotel. The long and
noted name of this House is sufficient guarantee to
any person qualified, to insure him a good busi
ness. Will be rented on faverable terms, from 1
to 5 years. Enquire of
Evansrille. Ind., Sept. 23, 18G3.
tlOW THE COPPERHEADS LOVE THE
Soldiers. J. T. Kenny, a Copperhead
an . .1 M i- s
senator in trie unio Legislature, in a
speech the other day, said : " I am
doubt1:! who stole the most, Morgan or
the contemptible thieves tcho were after
him." That is the Copperhead view of
soldiers fighting for the maintenance of
the Government and the defense of our
Telegraphic communication with
Chattanooga has been resumed. News
from that quarter indicates that warm
work will commence soon if Bragg does
not retreat before the Union army gets
fully ready to attack him. The re
port regarding the strength of Bragg' s
army, in Saturday's papers, telegraphed
west from New York, is regarded as
mere sensational speculations.
Juvenile Homicide. In Terre Haute,
a few days ago, Master Callings called
Master Brown a liar, and Master B. shot
him dead instantly and was immediately
acquitted on the plea of justifiable homi
cide! Louisville Journal.
Master Collings (not Callings) has
practiced medicine for ten years at least,
and Master Brown has served a year or
more as an officer in the Union army,
and that was his great offense. The
homicide was not so juvenile as we have
"The New York papers of Wednes
day inform us that the Court of Appeals
of New York has affirmed the constitu
tionality and validity of the act of Con
gress which makes certain treasury notes
a legal tender. Of the eight Judges two
only dissented, but upon what grounds is
not stated. This decision may be con
sidered as going very far to the final set
tlement of the question in regard to
the power of Congress in the premises.
Another Call for Troops in Virgin
ia. Gov. Letcher, of Virginia, has is
sued a proclamation calling for volun
teers " to protect our citizens and repel
invasion, " under an act passed by the
Legislature of Virginia on the 28th ult.
The proclamation says:
" This force is composed of nersons
not liable to conscription by the Confed
erate authorities, and to be officered by
those now in the service of that Govern
ment They are to be called out for a
term of service not exceeding sixty days
any one time; are to be organized,
armed and equipped as State troops, and
to be paid as such when called into the
field under any Executive order."
High Prices in Richmond, Virginia-
There is a great deal of suffering in
Richmond for the necessaries of life.
Bacon is quoted in the Sentinel at $2
50 per lb. ; coffee, $7 50 to 8 per lb. ;
flour, $40 to 45 per bbl. ; wheat, $5 to 6
per bushel; sugar $2 80 to 3 per rb. ; mo
lasses, $ 14 to 15 per gallon; and other
necessary articles at equally high rates.
Gold $10 to 12 premium.
Compliments from their Own Au
thors. The Richmond Examiner thus
compliments the Southern troops after
The Generals of the United States
know well that none of their troops,
whether Eastern or Western, can sustain
with success the first onset of a Southern
army. But if they can protract the con
test and retreat without a rout till they
reach their reserves, they usnallv win
at last. Why? Because the Southern
army becomes a mob after a victory.
Generate and troops give way to exhil
eration proper to school boys. The men
straggle, officers drink, and all brag of
the wonders done by our division.
Hence it is that none of the Southern
leaders have been able to secure the
fruits of victory.
Gov. Bramlette has determined
that the guerrillas shall be routed from
the State, and the General Order of Ad
jutant General Boyle, which we publish
this morning, will bring every lukewarm
Eentuckian to a vivid sense of his duty.
Unless at least one company is raised in
each county iu the State by the 24th of
this month, a draft will be immediately
enforced. The Governor says " the
State shall be free from its murderous
foes, even though every arm is required
to aid in their destruction." Fellow citi
zens, go to work now in earnest Let
us have another State Gnard Legion
filled up in our city, and let the cross of
lire be sent to every hill and valley to
awaken a proper response to the glorious
rallying call of our Governor. Louis
rilU Journal of Saturday.
Only a Skirmish. The
somewhat excited yesterday afternoon
over a sensation report to the e'fltetgt that ed then, "fcapturing 310 prisoners and
a battle was in progress just outside the tcur piecei of artillery. The Confeder
picket lines, etc. We learn that the J ate U M in killed and wounded is not
only foundation for these reports was a kuown; Federal loss 29 killed (among
slight skirmish yesterday on or near the ' them CoL A-Onrje, of the 123"d Illinois)
Tallahatchie, in which the rebels were j and 159 wounded. We are informed
contiderably worsted. Memphis Bulk- that the Confederates left five hundred
Yesterday 5-assed off v4Vy quietly
There being only two County officers to
be chosen, there was not that interest
taken that is generally manifested. We
have received only the returns from
Pigeon and Knight townships up to the
time of going to press. Pigeon town
ship, it will be seen, did gloriously, elec.
ing the whole ticket by a majority of over
The following are the returns:
For Prrsecuting Attorney Marsh,
S49; Stinson, 239. Majority 10.
For County Commissioner Hall, 356:
Nurre, 231. Majority 12".
For Keal Estate Appraiser lvoeh, Jr.
335 ; Wayman. 256. Majority, 79.
COURT HOUSK PRECINCT,
For Prosecuting Attorney Marsh,
289; Stinson, 279. Majority, 10.
For County Commissioner Hall, 271;
Nurre, 288. Majority, 17.
For Heal Estate Appraiser Koch,
Jr., 278; John Wayman, 2S7. Majority, 9.
Far Prosecuting Attorney Lewis C.
Stinson, 130; Chas. K. Marsh, 199. Ma
or Countu Uommissioner tfenianiin
Nurre, 121; John Bischmann, 42; John
Hall, 166. Majority, 45.
For Appraiser Real Estate John
Wayrnan, 129; Philip Koch. Jr., 205
TOTAL VOTE IN CITY.
For Prosecuting Attorney fcewft C.
Stinson, 648; Chas. E. Marsh, 835. Ma
jority, 187. '
For County Commissioner llenjaniin
Nurre, 640; John Hall, 793; John Bisch
mann, 61. Majority, 153.
For Seal Estate Appraiser J.ihn
Wayman, 672: Philip Koch, Jr., 8ia
For Prosecuting Attorney Charles
E. Marsh, 41; Lewis C. Stinson, 53.
Majority 12. .
For Commissioner John Tlall, 42;
B. Nurre, 52; John Bishman, L Majority
For Appraiser of Real Estate.
Phillip Koch, Jr., 3S; John Waymomi,
51. Majority 13.
List of Casualties in o. H, 65th Reg
iment Mounted Infantry.
Knoxville, Sept 29, 1863.
Killed George Lange, William B.
Dangerously Wounded. Mosea' C.
Smith, corporal A. J. Stinson.
Not dangerously. Philip Welte, Jno
Ulrich, Jesse Chapman, John Strange,
Marshall F. Bement.
This loss is larger than that of all the
balance of the regiment. I had the
good luck to escape, but the bad luck to
have my canteen shot through with a
musket ball and the water spilled, my
coat and pants both pierced with bullets,
and our company flag, which I had
taken from the bearer, rendered entirely
unserviceable. Lieut. Taylor, command
ing Co. I, was slightly wounded, and
Capt. Hammond, of the Pike county
company, was made as crazy as a bed
bug for a few hours, by the explosion of
a shell in rather close proximitv.
My health is excellent, but my com
pany is reduced from ninety to about
sixty men for duty. If you knew how
we long for paper.s and letters, you would
send them often. H
The Invalid Corps.
Seventeen regiments have already
been formed for the Invalid Corps. It is
divided into two battalious. The first
battalion is composed of men selected
from the active armies, who, by reason of
lung or heart disease, rupture, chronic
diarrhcea, dysentery, or other similar dis
eases, cannot endure the fatigues and
exposure of an active campaign, but
who can be fully sheltered and have their
ailment properly treated. They are in
tended to man fort and garrisons; to
perform the Provost duty in large towns
and cities; to guard prisoners, not only
in the priso.is, but on cars and steam-
Doats, ana on me marcn 10 ana irom
their place of imprisonment, and to pro
tect and defend railroad bridges and de
pots in the vicinity of their, the Inva
lids', respective stations. These men all
pass a rigid medical examination, and
are taken from those who are unfit for
further field service, and not liable to
The second battalion is composed of
officers and men who have lost a leg or
an arm in battle, or are so disabled by
disease or wounds contracted in the line
of duty, as to be not only unfit for field
service, but also for duty in the first bat
talion. These men are assigned as stew
ards, nurses, cooks, and guards at hospi
tals, and as clerks at depots, and in pub
As it is designed to make the Invalid
Corps a ' Corps of Honor," none but
men who have seen active service, and
have been ''honorably discharged," are
permitted to enlist in " it. The pay will
be ihe same as to other soldiers. The
labors performed by these men have
heretofore been performed by able bodi
ed troops who will no w be sent to the
There are two companies of this corps
in this city. Lieut Dickerson is in com
mand, and Lieut. De La Hunt is Post
The Front. News from the front
continues provokingly meagre, but we
suppose that the silence which prevails
inaicates active preparations on both
sides for another battle. The rebels
have planted some heavy siege guns on
Lookout mountain, and are throwing
occasional shots into our camps, with
out doing any great damage. They will
hardly be suffered to monopolize that
business, and some substantial answers
will probably be heard and felt among
our " misguidfB brethren " very Boon.
1 he grapevine states that Rosec
is tailing back. Not much of it.
Nashville Union, 11,
Facts and Rciiors. We are inform
ed that the Confederates made a raid
upon some Government wagons a few
miles east of Memphis on tKe 2d inst
and captured about one hundred, togeth
er with mules and drivers.
On Thursday night last Col. Wilders
brigade, consisting of the 17th Indiana
(his own regiment), the 92d, 98th, and
123d Illinois, and one other regiment, all
; mounted infantry, armed with rifled
I " seven-shooters, " and the 2d Kentucky
' Cavalry, commanded oy CoL Nicholas
j of Louisville, after a sharp pursuit of
; Wheeler came up with the Confederate
cavalry near rarmington, and after
' ?e'rerate fight on Friday morning, rout
j dead on the field. Nashville Dis. Uth.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. I
BT TSE t. t . USE
Inclusively for the Journal
From Chtt u 0 )ga.
Position of the two Armies Rose-
craus Strouffir r.nirruciieu v , . i
. . . . . .. I
on Lookout and Mr. salon Ridge l
Mountains Rebels probable ton.
template a Flanking movement.
Washington, Oct. 12. The enemy
near Chattanooga hold Lookout moun
tain and Mission Ridge, from which they
threw shells on the 4th and 5?h inst.
No damage done beyond wounding a
few men and killing one horse. We
have several line3 of entrenchments and
extensive earth-works are still going on.
The plan of the enemy appeirs not to
make an attack in front, but to compel
us to abandon Chattanooga, by hom
ing us in our present position with their
army in front annoying us, with their ar
tillery breaking our lines of communi
cations by cavalry raids, on our rear.
A general order issued on the 7h an
nounces Major General Reynolds as
Chief of Stan", in place of General Gar
field, who vacates his position to assume
his seat in ongress.
All the i visions of the army will be
consolidate ! into six to form the 14th
and 4th co; 9, with General's Thomas
and Grangi i as commanders.
The three under the former will he
commanded by Generals Laird, Davis,
and Rousseau, and those under the lat
ter by Generals Wood, Sherriden, and
Palmer. Gen. Brennan will be t'hiel of
Gen. Rosecrans denies positively to
have brought any charges against Mc
Cook and Crit:enden. It is generally
believed these officers will show a much
better record than report3 in regard to
them warrant With the assistance of
1 reinforcements already arrived, move
ments will, soon be made, it is hoped,
which will drive the enemy from our
front. The army is still well supplied
with everything but clothing and blank-
ets--the want of which in this unusually
! cold weather causes considerable suf-
: fering. All the wounded able to bear j
! removal have been sent North. The
I casualties in the late battles will not lie
less than 15,000.
From the Rappahannock.
Another Cavalry Fight - Our forees
driven back Meade's army retreat
ingThe Rebel! executing a flank
Special to the Times.
Washington, October 12. Early Sat
urday a brigade of cavalry belonging to
Kilpatrick's division, attempted a recou
noissanee on the south side of Robert
son's river. They were attacked by a
large force of rebel cavalry, supported
by infantry and artillery under the com
mand of Stuart The infantry was com
posed of about 8000 men. A brisk fight
ensued, lasting about an hour, when our
cavalry were compelled to fall back on
our infantry supports, three miles from
Culpepper. At this place another con
flict ensued, in which our infantry sup
ports were compelled to retire, losing
about 100 of the 130th New York. Our
cavalry again formed Into line and made
a splendid charge and re-captured all the
men except 15 or 20. Rebel reinforce
ments coming up, our forces were push
ed back to Culpepper, skirmishing all
the way. Heavy firing this afternoon in
dicates that the engagement had been
Later intelligence from the front says
o-r fonooi toro fvnriiatprl Onlperiripr nnd
such stores as could not be conveniently
carried were burned. Their value, how
ever, was trifling.
It is reported that Gen. Meade has
fallen back to the north bank of the Rap
pahannock. rrisoners brought back state that
Lougstreet's corps has retarned from tbe
South-west. This, however, is doubted.
The rebels commenced crossing the Rap
pahannock Saturday morning in the di
rection of Madison Court House, with
the evident intention of turning General
Meade's right wing. Heavy reinforce
ments have been sent to the front
It is reported that the rebel cavalry
held the Gaps in Bull Run mountains.
A large cavalry force was sent from
here yesterday, who will speedily dis
lodge them. The rebel forces holding
the gaps are supposed to be White's
and Moseby's men.
Ohio State Election The Largest
Vote for Years Business Suspend
ed and the Voting Going on Qui
etly. Cincinnati, Oct 13. Noon. The
election in this city is progressing qui
etly. A very large vote is being polled.
Business is generally suspended. The
weather is cloudy and damp.
Gov. Gamble Issues a Proclamation
He Maketh Divers Threats Blunt
has Cleared his Track.
St. Louis, Oct 13. Gov. Gamble has
issued a long proclamation, charging that
many evil disposed persons are endea
voring to produce disaffection towards the
State Government with the avowed pur
pose of overthrowing it by violence,
should other means fail.
Among this class of persons are some
holding commissions from the State
Government, and to effect this scheme
the circulation of the most extraordinary
falsehoods and misrepresentations re
garding the purposes of the State Gov
ernment are resorted to.
He puts the people of the State on their
guard against the plots of these canspir
ators, and announces his determination
to use all the force at his command to
enforce the laws, preserve the peace of
the State, and to punish those who dis
turb it He also admonishes them that
the highest political right of the citizens
to vote at elections, any interference
especially by the military with the rights
of qualified voters, will be regarded as
an offense of the greatest magnitude.
Tha Governor makes a lengthy de
fence of his own loyalty, and vindicates
the State Government against the accu
sations of its enemies.
The Democrat s Leavenworth special
says Gen. Blunt has scouted the country
east and south of Fort Blair and satisfied
himself that the enemy has gone South.
He followed them to a point thirty miles
from Fort Gibson, where he sent messen
gers to warn the garrison of that place
and Fort Smith.
Blunt is now returning to Fort Scott.
Major Henning arrived from Baxter
Springs with the bodies of Major Curtis
and Lieut. Farr. Of eighty prisoners
taken by the rebels fifty-five were murj
dered after their capture.
Pennsylvania Election Immense
Philadelphia, October 13, 10 a. m.
The voting is proceeding quietly. The
indications are that the vote will be the
largest since I860.
Cincinnati, Oct. 13! The exchange
and mo3t of the business houses being
closed, there were no commercial trans
actions. The river has fallen 2 inches. Light
rains all night. Weather cloudy and
Cheering Indications from Ohio
Dayton going against Vallantllg-ham-Many
Against Him The Reserve Voting
Solid for Brongh.
Cleveland, Oct. 13.
- - , 0
from all parts of the Stat
. r .
e are clsei'mis?.
Dayton advices say that many Demo
crats are voting for Brough ; that the
city will doubtless give him a majqrity.
Many of the towns on the Keserw,
are casting almost their entire vote for
Gen. Sigel and others addressed an
immense crowd here last night.
The meeting was considered lint Antat
ever held here.
L:ter from Charleston.
A Torpedo explode Harmless uu.l. i
the,'bow8 of t lie Ironsides Ullluiora
still Building Batteries.
New York, October 13. The steamer
Connecticut, from Hilton Head on the
9th, reports that the rebels on the night
of the Cth instant sent a torpedo at
tached to a raft from Charleston to the
Ironsides, off Fort Moultrie, which ex
ploded under her bows, deluging; her
decks with water, putting out all her
fires, killing Ensign Howard, wounding
two seamen, but doing the vessel no
The Ironsides remains off Moultrie.
The monitors are doing picket dutv off
Gillsnore is still erecting batteries on
NEW ADVERTISE M SWTS.
WM H. P. SLODUARD,
So. 11 Main Street,
I M PORTER, MAXl KAOTURER, AND DKAli
1 or in DruH, Medicines, ('lieiutcal, Oils, Paints,
Varnishes, Glass. Brushns, Lumps, Dye Stnlfs, aad
sll articles nsnsllv kept in a rirst class Drnjj Store,
with a large an1 varied assortment of Patent lied,
icinfs and Perfumery, together with every descrip
tion of Ambrotrpe and Photograph Goods, con
Hinting f Cameras. Chemicals, Cases and Frames
constantly on hand, and sold at reasjuable prices
Orders frcm Merchants and Artists promptly
attended to, and forwarded as Instructed.
TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS. Just
received a fr.-sh lot of Wade's Printing Ink,
comprising Book, Card and an assortment of
Colored Inks in cans, at
WM. II. P. STODDARD'S. 17 Main street.
ALEXANDER'S PATENT CEMENT, FOR
Roofing and Railroad and St am boat pur
poses. A very superior and durable article at 17
DK. LYON 'S PEROpiCAL DROPSH AVE
arrived. Call and get a bottle at 17 Main
COAL OIL A superior article ; white and near
ly inoderous, for sale by the gallon or bar
rel, at 17 Main street.
LAMPS, LAMPS A new supply jmt received,
at 17 Main street.
BULL'S F AHNESTOCK ' S, McLANE'S iind a
variety of other Veimifiiges, at the Citv Ding
Store, 17 Main Street.
SHALLENBERGER'S FKVKR AND AGUE
Antedote for sale at 17 Main Street.
BRUSHES An endless variety of kin, Is and
qualities can be had at 17 Main Street.
MRS. ALLEN'S HAIR RESTORATIVE AND
Tilsbalsamum. the best preparation extant
for the Hair and Scalp. For sale at
. STODDARD'8, 17 Main !troet
FRESH WINTER A II PL K tTDER FOR
Apple-Butter, by PHILIP SCHKIMEH,
ocKI-lw Cor. Sixth and Division Streets.
rACCINE VIRUS CAN BE OBTAINED AT
W, E. HALLOt'K'S Druir Store. No. 1(1 First
Street, near the Post-Office.
House and Lot for Sale.
ONiC uF THE UiHVT i. I li m i: rkst
DEN'CES iu th- city for sale; in -i
order, containing ien Rooms with Chandaliers and
Bracket! f"r Gas, two brick Cisterns, Stable,
Wood, Coal and Out-Houses, a good dry brick
Collar 18 feet square, well lighted.
The House is wood heavy oak framr stands
back 40 feet from the street, leaving a beautiful
front yard. Coiner Lot 75 by 300 feet, enclosed
with a good substantial feuoo. Corner of Oak and
Water streets, above the residence of Robert
Barnes. Esq. Enquire of
octlO-tf CHARL! 8 BABCOCK,
No. 8 Main S'reet.
MEAT SHOP REOPENED
COHN & LEVY, Butchers,
At their old stand.
Cor. of Second and Chesnut Sts.,
WHERE THEY RESPECTFULLY INVITE
all their old customers and all those wish
ing to eat good meat to give them a call. oct!3-3t
Fearful Accidents S !
May occur these dark nights, in passing over bad
crossings and dilapidated bridges, to prevent
whioh, buy a Coal Oil Lantern from Broughtnn A
Wood. Crescent City Drng store. oct.13 2t.
I AM 80LE AGENT FOR STILE'S CELE
BRATED Corn-fed Oysters. Reoeived daily
by Adam's Express Company. Orders promptly
filled. WM. CALDWELL, No. 11 First Street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
til-- 1 - A. . -
SURVEYOR'S OFFICE, )
Evansville, Oct. 6th, 1863. (
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
Sealed Proposals at this office, until the 20th
day of the present month tor making repairs an
the Marine Hospital and premises, including
Stone and Brick work, Iron and Wood work,
Paintinf aud Glazing, Pump and Cistern work',
Specifications as to kind aud quantity or work
may be seen at tne otnee of Mursoua &
chitects, UbSDuier s BiocK.
Bids will be rec-ived
for tbe wbole or for any
The material and workmanship, must be of the
best quality. Terms cash as soon as the work is
accepted. A. L. ROBINSON.
Volksbote copy dtd-ocl7
The Best is always the Cheapest.
Especially is this true of
Gents' Furnishing GoocL. j
Test It by ealiing on
J. H. OAELI N,
EVA NSVILLE, IND.
'J'HK UNDKHSIGNKD HAS JUST RE
1 tinned irom the East, where he has laid in
one of the host stocks of Clothing and Gents' Fur
uiflnnii Goods ever brought to this City. My
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting. Ac, were selected
with an eye siugln to quality and style ; and hav
ing become conversant with the taste of our peo
ple, am satisfh-d that in this particular my Goods
will give excellent satisfaction.
Geats Furnishing Goods of every description
wSU also be found at my establishment such as
Gloves. Hosiery, Neck-Ties, Shirts, Collars, Sus
.My facilities for mauufacturlu Clothing are
excellent ; and as for Cutting Ga.- Meats to fit no
satisfaction no pay I ask no one to takes mean
"itting garment off my hands.
Over-Coatings of every variet y snd style will be
found at my . stabiiahuitat. Though it may
sonnd unreasonable to. k Overcoats during
the " heated term," we niusl remember that in
peace is the timetoct re for war," and in
Summer make our preparations for the cold blasts
of Winter. No better preparation can be devieed
than the ordering f a good reliable Overcoat,
an li as may be found at No. 8 First Street.
Orders for Clothing of every description will
recoire the personal attention of the nnderatguedt
and will be promptly attended to. The motto at
No. 8 la, ' Promises punctually fulfilled."
Before ordering Fall or Winter suits Gents will
consult their own interest hy examining my
Gonds and Prices. Remember the place
Wo. S First Street, (near Post Office. 1
atlgIS J. H. CARLIX.
GOLDMAN, BERG & CO.,
North First St., Evansville ;
GOLDMAN, BERG & CO.,
Market Street, Philadelphia,
We have now ready a very large selected stock if
Fall 3 Winter Clothing
GentlemcH's Furnishing Geod,
. SHAWLS, BLANKETS
IN GREAT VARIETY,
To which ws desire to call the attention of the
trade. Our Goods being sll manufac
tured by ourselves, buyers have
Only One Profit to Pay.
We feel confident that oar pries are fully as low
as those ol any other House in the West.
All Goods Warranted.
JVs aln Street,
XWISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF
the citizens of Evansville and vicinity to my
j large and well selected stock of French Cloths,
I Cassimeres, beautiful V eatings and Furnishing
j 3oods in general.
I have just returned from the East, where I have
made my own purchases, and can therefore recom
mend all my Goods as being of the first qaality.
I employ none but the beat of workmen, and con
sequently turn out work equal to any iu the City.
Clothing for the Million!
L LOEWENTHAL & CO.,
gaiu In tbe market. St tbe old well known
Cor. Main and First Sts.,
(Which hss seen rsbsilt and enlarged,) with the
largest and best selected stook of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Kvr.r Op.n.d i thi. M.rk.t.
OUK OLD CU8TOHEBS AND THE TEADE
generally are respectfully invited to call and
examine our Goods and prices before purchasing
elsewhere, as we teel assured we can offer superior
inducements to CA8H Wyere.
One of our firm resides in New York, and has
had many years experience in buying and manu
facturing, and devotes bis whole time to
Purchasing and Superintending the
And as ws buy exclusively for CASH, we can and
will sell as low to the trade as any
House East or West.
Business Property to Let.
iJfL BY 150 FEET, CORN Eft OF MAIN AND
I J Fourth Streets, will be let for a term. Per
o ns wishing to lease can have tbe whole or on
u arter, or one-half, as they nisy desire.
Enquire of ASA IGLEHEABT, or
u32rf JNO. 8HANKLIN
Manufacturer of the nowly bare D ted
Army Field Glasses,
Superior to all others now In use.
Marine Spy Glasses,
And all Kinds of
Can be had only of
X- "EX tt ' xxlooi-g,,
HrH &,xx Street,
E VANS YILLE, INDIANA.
IRITTENB'RG HAS NOW ON HANDS A
. splendid assortment of Optical Instruments,
which he will ilisi.os of at greatly reduced
prices; hit goods being all of the very latest im
Drovements in manufacture, consisting of a very
large variety of Spectacles frontbe mot common
to the very best, viz : The finest quality of Gold
pectacles, these Glasses being constructed on the
most accurate adaptation of tbe Convex Concsvo
Pariscopic principles. Also, Silver of three dif
ferent grades of Glasses, No. 1 being on tbe same
principle as the Gold Spectacles. No 2 is a Peri
focal Lense ; No. ' being a fine Achromatic Lens t,
In addition to the shove I have a fine assort
ment of Steel, of the very best quality of Lenses,
tbe 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 Jiad very considerable experience also iu
cateract eyes, in adapting glasses 1o such i-ion,
would impress on the minds of all peranv. etd
iugglasses of any descriptor". .. apply s : uch
only to a regular Optician, i, l iking that sole
study and business for years, he alone bei.. able
to know from the peculiar anatomy or the i. e 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 happiness and prosperity of
man, should never be 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, orhow to discover tberoper glasses to
suit the peculiarity oi the 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. Bittenberg,
having had over twenty-five years 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 rase, and in almost every one secure good
eye sight to old age. Neir sighted person can
also obtain of him tbe latest improvement iu
spectacles suited to them, being a new invention.
1 have also the most recently new Field Glasses,
with Astromical eye pieces, being very superior
to the old opera glass arrangement. All kinds M
Optical Instruments repaired at the shortest no
tice, Hand thaee having purchased spectacles of me,
and having had the misfortune to broak one of the
lenses, can have it replaced gratuitously by apply-
67 Main Street,
Bet. Secnnd and Third Sts.,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
For New Recruits!
402 B0 TJ N T Y
For Veteran Volunteers !
MEN OF THE FIRST DIsTRIHT OF INDI
ANA, the Governor has called for seven
or more Companies of Infantry and five Com
panies of Cavalry from this District Shall he
have them? I call upon you to give tbe answer.
My answer is, " HE SHALL." Will yon endorse
it ? I think you will. Your country needs your
services in the army, snd oilers you inducements
which will enable you to lea re your families
amply provided for.
Any one wishing to recruit for the Regiment
by raising Companies, or parts of Companies, will
receive commissions for that purpose by applying
to me ia writing, accompanied by proper recom
mendations,, directed to Mt. Vernon, Posey coun
ty, Indiana, uutil the organization of the en
campment. JOHN A. MANN,
Commandant 1st District.
Other papers iu the District please copy.
lKICH & CARL8TEDT, Agents.
TATE MANUFACTURE WRAPPING PAPEB
VV equal to any made, and atCineiunatl prices.
Prices seat on application to the Agents,
BEYOND THE LINES, by Capt. Alox. Gear.
GALA DAYS, by Gail Hamilton.
S0CTHEKN HISTORY OF THE WAR.
LIFE OF STONEWALL JACKSON.
ELEANOR'S VICTORY, by Miss. Braddon.
A FULL SET OF OIARLES DICKENS' WORKS
All yet out of the 50 cent Edition of Cooper's Nov
A FI LL SET OF NOVELS, by J F Smith,
WAVERLY MAGAZINE, for October.
Mad. DEMOBEST'S Fall Fashion Book.
An assorrmsst of the best C00K BOOKS,
PENS, SOAP, &c, &c.
Sand and Emery Paper.
GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SAND AND
L K in. iv Paper just received at
SCHLAEPKEIt'S Drug Store.
LARGE STOCK AND GOOD ASSORT
MENT of Cooking Extracts just received at
SOnLAE PEER'S Drug Store.
Essence of Coffee.
SSENCE OF COFFEE JUST RECEIVED AT t
SCLAKPFE'S Drug Sto re.
THE VERT BEST QUALITY OF MUSTARD
for sale at
SCHLAEPFEB'9 Drug Store
VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF &0AP9
I ist received and for sale at
SCHLAEPFER'S Drag Store.
A LARGE A50RTMENT OF STEEI. PENS
and Lead Pencils, of the bust brands, for sale
at SCllLAKPFER'S Drugstore.
CART'S CAUGD CURB FOE SALE AT
SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Stors
HOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC ISALSAM FOR
the Cure of Coughs anJ CM.-; just received
and for gale at
WlitlH gKsl Drug Store.
COMMISSI 03 EE'S 'SALE.
Commissioner'.' Sale of Valuable
rPHK UNDERSIGNED COMMISSIONER AP
1 pointed by the Vanderburgh Circuit Court iu
a sslli iu partition wherein Sophia D. Gridley aud
others are defendants, to make sale of the' Real
Estate belonging to the parties to said suit to-wit :
To the heirs or Horace Dunham deceased will, in
pursuance of the decree of said Court ou the 28th
day of October, 18ti3, between 10 o'clock s. m. and
C o'clock p. m., at the Court House door, iu tbe
City of Evansville, Indians, proceed to sell at
Public Auction, tbe following described Real Es
tate to-wit : All those tracts or parcels of laud and
town lots lying and being in the County of Yan
derburg and State of Indiana, known snd descrih.
ed as follows : The north-east quarter of section
thirty-two (32) the south-west quarter of sec
tion thirty-two (32), the west half of 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 (6), south oi
range ten (10) west, in theViucennes Lam District.
Also, sll those parts of fractional sections fire and
six (5) and (6), in township seven (7), south of
range ten (10) west, contained within the following
boundary : that is to say, commencing si the cor
ner of fractional section thirty-ona (31), in town
ship six (6), which corner is situate on the bayon
bank nearly opposite tbe Green River Island, and
running thence east twenty-five (25) chains and
forty-eight (48) links to the north-west corner of
fractional section five (."), township seven
(7), thence running east on the township line
fifty (50) chains, thence south nine (9) chains
and fifty .six (56) links, thence west aeventv
three (73) cbai'is aud forty-four (44) links to the
top of the above mentioned bayou bank, thence
alougsaid bayou bank to the place of beginning,
containing 71 18-100 acres. Also, the north
west quarter of the south-west quarter of sec -Hon
sixten (16), in township seven 7) south,
of range eleven (11) west. Also, lots one hundred
and eighty -six, the inside half of lot one hundred
an! ninety-seven, being the half oi aaU lot adjoin
ing lot 1I8, sold lot 197 .being divided by s line
running from front to rear, through the center
thereof, lots one hundred and ninety-eight, two
hundred and thirty-four, two hundred and thirtv
five, and two hundred and thirty- tx, (l6 of
107, 198, 234, 235, pud 230,) all iu the Donation
Enlargement of the City i f Evansville. Also, lot
eight (8) and the adjoining half of lot uine (9),
Union Place, Evansville, 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 eud
of said lot 236 is subject to a leeae from the 1st day
of January, 1859, for a term of eleven years, at
a ground rent of eighty dollars r year.
The above described lands comprise over 5S0
acres in a body adjoiuging this city, which are
platted into garden lots, and will be sold in small
parcels to suit purchasers,f which maps can be
sees at the office of Asa IgWhesxt.
TERMS. One-fourth cash, the remainder iu
three equal annual Installments, to be secured by
notes with spproved surety waiving relief laws
and bearing interest. 11 Hi AM KELSON,
Asa Iolkhcabt, Commissioner.
Of New York.
Office 112 and 114 Broadway
With a Cash Capital all paid in of
ONE MILLION DOLLARS
ASSETS JULY 1st, 186)
The Home Insurance Company insures against
Loss or Damage by Fire on Dwellings and their
contents, for a term of from 1 to 6 years on the
most favorable tems. Stores, Warehouses, Stocks
of Merchandize, Produce, Manufacteries, Machine
sal all insurable property, st tair snd equitable
rates, and on
Aad Transportation, Shipments upon the Rivers
Lakes, Canals and Railroads, as low as the nature
of the risks will bear, with fairness to the assured
aud the Company.
Adjusting all losses fairly, snd pr rfnptly savins
them. CHAS. I. MARTIN, Pres't.
Iw A. F.WILMARTH, Vice Pres't.
J. Milton Smith, Secretary.
JonH McGxx, Ass't Sec'y.
Applications made to and policies issued by
A. C. EALLECK A SON, Ag'ts,
First Street, near Post Office.
UNDERWRITER AND GENERAL INSURANCE
AOJCSTSB OW AVERAGES AND NOT AST PUSLIO.
He continues to issue Policies from severs! First
Class and most reliable
In the Country, on Inlaid snd Fir Bula He will
also receive applications for
He will attend te the Adjustment of Losses ol
every description under policies from other agen
cies, and attend to the settlement of sll matters
connected with INSURANCE, for parties interest-'
ed. His long experience as sn Insckaxci Aoznt.
has made him familiar with all subjects connected
Office, on First Street, near the Post
Fire Insurance Company,
Capita , $250,000
l. C. WAITE, 8ec'y. C. B. BOWERS, Pres't
S. A. PRICE, General Agent,
Residing atChicago, Ills.
CASH CAPITAL AND 8URPLUS $327,540.
This Company insures against loss snd 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
auy other solvent snd reliable Company Adjtuiing
Losses fairly and paying (Am prtmpUy. -t
Applications made to and Policies issued by
A. C. HALLECK A SON.,
First Street, near Post Office,
sug21-Iyd Xtaxsvius. Imb.
With s Successful Business Experience o
CAPITAL AND SCBPLL'S,.
Insurance gainst Loss or Dsmsgs by Flre. OU
Dwellings, Furniture, Stores, Warehouses, Mer.
chandize, Mills, Manufactories, and other kind, ol
property, can be effected in this Company upon ss
favorable terms as the nature of the risks anJ !,,.
rity to Policy will admit. U '
K,RIrCUI;AB ATTINTI0N i to insuring
Farm property, consisting of Dwellings, Barn,
2Sik u,RuJld,"S. cennected,. snd Furniture, Ur
.stock. Hay, Grain, Faming Utensils, Ac. Ac ,
contained therein, for a term of years at LOW rates
T. C. Allyn, Sec'y. H. Huntington, Pres't.
C. C. LymiUi, Ass't Sec'y. W. N. Bowers, Actuary.
". Alexander, General Agent for the Western
SM South W estern States, Columbus, Ohio.
J. Graham, Ass't General Agent for the Western
and South Western States, Columbus, Ohio.
Applications for Insurance may be made to the
undersigned, the duly authorised Agents of tbe
Cempany. A. O. HALLECK & SON, Ag'ts.
OS Office ou First street, near Post Offiee
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Of the most Approved Pattern.
All kinds of Machinery appertain
ing to Railroads, Steamboats,
Distilleries, Flouring Mills.
or all siies with the latest Improve
ments attached ; Tobacco Screws,
&c, &c, &c.
House Fronts, Grates, Rail
ing, Iron and Brass Castings
of every description.
Steam Ganges, Gum Baiting, Fire
Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting
Cloth, &c, at
Repairing done at short notice.
Workmen sent to all parts te at up
work and repair Hollers tt .Machinery
All orders will ln
tion snd will 1. promptly filled en tbe most
Office and Foundry on the Canal
corner of Ingle StTeet.
OFriCK OF THE EVANS VI f LE GAS t
LIGHT COMPANY, Octor
ryHE ANNUAL ELECTION JOB THE
X Directors of this Compsny will be neld m
Monday, the Wth day of OcSbeV, isis
o JNO. J. OHANBLBB, President,
xml | txt