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WEONISDAY. ..OCTOBER 14, On JOVSNAL BINDERY. The publishers of the Evansville Jour nal hve just added to their Newspaper an. I Job Printing Establishment, a FIRST CLASS BINDERY and Manu factory op Blaxk 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. Fverv 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. 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 every variety of style from half-bound to Antique and Full-Gilt Work. CITY NEWS. The election passed off ouietlv yesterday, so far as we have heard. There was some interest displayed, but it was all good natured. We hope to obtain the vote of most of the precincts before we go to press. The Long Agony over. The news irom i ihio this mcrning is inspiring, j ,. , . , , r ,K uiiauvAiuaui is icuuuiDkcu, aim TV III UC permitted to remain under the -Egis of j the British Lion. The Buckeve State ; has nobly vindicated herself, and resent- ! edthe insult offered her in presenting I ., r . . r , . the name of a traitor for the suffrages of j har loyal citizens. So iar as heard from, the election in i this State has been quite satisfactory.' Vigo county has gone largely for the j . . rp . u ! l nion ticket, lerre Haute gives a ma- ; 6 " " joritv of 800 for the I nion Candidates, I a gain of more than 300 in the home of I YnnrhPfM th friend cf Va.ll.nriirh.n, I Glory enough for one day! .The 23d battery, Captain My res,) the 110th, 115th, 117th and 118th regi ments, and the 12th Michigan battery, recently sent out from this State, are at Cumberland Gap, Gen. Vilcox in com mand. Two hundred and forty prisoners ciptured in the fight at Farmingtcn Tennessee, arrived at Nashville on Sat- unlay, and were confined in the Militarv ; Prison. Coi'pekhead Fajrplay. The polls were opened yesterday at McBride & V.'iiittlesey's office, instead of at the Cen tral Engine House, as usual. The In spectors, Judges, and Clerks were all Butternuts all honorable men of course. Promoted. Our friend, Major Buck Terrell, of Gov. Morton's Staff, has been promoted to the rank of Colonel. CoL j Terrell is one of the finest business men j 1 1 . I 1 - I " 1 I uiiu uesi uuus-Keepera in me nmte, aim the promotion was well deserved. 9t3?Colonel Monroe, of the one hun dred and twenty-third Illinois regiment, a native of Munfordville, Ky., but for many years a citizen of Coles county, HI, was killed in the fight at Shelbyville, Tenn., last Sunday. He was shot through the breast by e. single ball. His body has reached Nashville on the way to his late home. We knew Col. Monroe well, and a more gallant and noble hearted young soldier never drew a blade or set a squadron in the field. He left a pleasant aud lucrative business to aid in suppressing the rebell ion. and has given his life to the cause he loved so well. His memory will long be green in the hearts of his friends, and they are mariy. Western Reserve Out-genebaled. Mr. M. A. Lawrence has just shown us a barrel filled with cheese, from his farm, at Mattoon, Illinois, which, for richness and good flavor, is not to be surpassed. It was made by Mr. Jed. Sawyer, (or rather Mrs Sawyer), who is milking seventy-three cows, and has made over i 7 . ! one nun area pounds ot cheese per day. Most of the cheese is taken from the house by the citizens of neighboring towns at one cent per pound advance over the Western Reserve Cheese as soon as it is ripe enough to move. We can cheerfully and conscientiously recommend it as a first rate article. Accident Yesterday while a num ber of boys were playing about a furni ture house up Main street, one of them was beingirawn up by the rope, used for raising goods, to which was attached two hooks, in which he placud his feet, he lost his hold and fell a distance of fifteen or twenty feet, striking on his head and shoulder. Dr. DeBruler was called to attend to him, and from the loud noise the youth rnluH wo o,o 5 nr0. ha oraa nnr n. ously injured. A Card. gw. .'. r.-i n.i. l qai "tH"r iIlui iou,J- Mr. Editor Have the kindness to give notice in the Journal, that I will be at the following places at the times men- D r tioned, where I will be pleased to meet persons desirous tO recruit for the 120th Regiment, to be raised in the 1st dis- trict. JOHN A. MANN, Com't 1st Dist Wednesday. October 14th, Newburg, Warrick county, at noon. Boonville, evening. Thursday, October 15th, Rock port. Spencer county. Friday, Ootober 16th, Gentryville, Spencer county. Saturday, October 17th, Jasper, Du bois county. Monday, October 19th, Loogootee, Martin county. Tuesday, October 20tb, Washington, OKFICB cohmissaut or subsistence, ) . " Kvansville, Iud., Octwoer 5, 1863. Dav ess county. qealed proposals will be received Wednesday, October 21st, Vincennes- ' O at this omce (from first hands and from citi- zent loyal to the U. S. Government) until 12 Knox county. o'clock Thursdi y, October 8th, 18K1, tor the fol- j'a.i w.n. t . lowing stores, to be delivered as the Commissary 1 hursday, October 22, Petersburgh. ; ,t tnfs po,t may direct : Pike county 25.000 Pounds BacOQ, (Sides and Friday, Obtober 23, Princeton, Gibson ; Shoulders.) The bids shall form the basis of a writteu cou tounty. tnct Saturday. October 24, Cynthiana and BiddersshaUbeeovernsd by specificatious pru. viously published. H. EM KM AN, Poseyville, Posey county. ! Oct. e. capt. c s. MT" Henry Ward Beechcr says thai " life would be a perpetual flee hunt if a man were obliged to run down all the inuendoes, inveracities, the insinuations and suspicions, which are uttered against him." No Failure. The draft is no failure It will give one hundred thousand men to the army, and over six million dollars to the Treasury. It compels men who never contributed a dollar to the war to either pay or find substitutes. In doing i this it has accomplished much. Mem- ' puis jsmletm. Kossuth lives near Turin, tio;ir. and wan, and his wife in consumption. Garibaldi is on his island farm at Capre ra, lame but chei rfu!. with an income of $600. HOMi' INTERESTS. S. R. & G. H. KURD. DENTISTS, Comer of Main and Fscsld Streets. Evans Title, In liin.. i. up stairs. ueti:i-2w Public Salo. The undersigned will sell, at Mr. Ja cob Poi-lkel's house on Mitchell's tract, next to the Salt Well, on Thursday, Oct. 22, 1863, at 9 o'clock a. m., the follow ing property, to-wit: Four horses, rive cows with calf, two 2-horse wagons, one plow, harness, household and kitchen furniture, 4c, &c. Terms. Sums of $5 and under, cash; on all sums over $5 a credit of eight months will be given, the purchaser giv- ... , ing note, with approved security, waivint; valuation or appraisement laws. J. J. Cohn, Auctioneer. uk8 tui method of informing my friends th" 1 hftTe Purmed a CaiUry in Indianapolis, and expect to move my business to that city very ,oof(, au,i aiitho,who wish to have me make picture for them will please call at once. m J- P"RT Elliott. A-Dr. w.c. conden, of Cincinnati, who per- forn,el such a wonderful cure n Jan. Scautlin . Sr of this city, in the cure of a Cancer, and who re- ilvHi'. moves Cancers withent the use of the knife and without pain, can be consulted at the Washington House on Tam-iday and Friday. Oct. 1.1th and 1C,h and aSain Thursday and Friday, November 12th and 13th. and Dwetnbcr 17th and IStli All interred are invited to come and xamine specimens of Cancers removed by the Doctor, acts V. h.j. Sale H. Nelson will sell at auction on Thursday morning, October 7th, at the Auctien Room, corner of Main and Third streets, one top bnggy, one barouche, a one-horse wagon, a lot of queensware, chairs tables, several beating stoves, about sixty yards of carpet, and a lot of dry goods, Ac, Ac. To Physictaxs. If you wish to purchase pure Drugs, Medicines, and Chitnicals at a small ad vance on Eastern prices, go and examine Kellek White's stock, where yon will find every arti- le that is needed by the professor, and as price which cannot fail to give satisfaction. Their store is at No. 34 slain street. mavld&wtf Copeland's Savings Bank No. 4 First Street, is no w paying For Gold 1 45 V. S. Demand Notes 1 45 Large Silver 1 35 Small Silver 1 25 Call and see before Selling. Five horses, our toji buggy, one open buggy, and harness, for sale. En quire of Hiram Nelson, if vo can find him. ootldlw - ss - . The American House Still Lives 1---Tew Improvements. Having 1-ased the above named honse fat a term of years, I have spared no pains or expense in putting every department ol this popular hotel in most perfect repair. I hare also fitted up a nice bar adjacent to the office, where at all times the choiee-'t of wines and liquors will bo kept, and a I polite and attentive man to wait upon my patrons j ' and friends. A strict watch will at all times be kept during , the night ; and particular attention will be paid ! to guests arriving and departing on boate, both day and night My table shallot all times be amply supplied with the best the market affords, and by strict attention to business and the wants of the public, ! I hope to obtain a large share of the public, j patronage, of which I slull endeavor to render j myself worthy. J. J. Pillsbubt. Charlie Hall, Clerk. auge-dtf j U. 8. CLAIM AGENCY. Bounties, Pensions, A; Arrears ot Pay. j BEN 8TIN90N is authorized by the United J States Government (and has beeu furnished with j all the necessary forms and instructions) t pro- cure bounties, petitions and baek pay for widowf and j orphans ; pukn, bounly and back pay for officers in the Army and Navy, Seamen, Marines, Engi- neers. Firemen, and Coal Heavers employed in the 8 of th9 LTnited Sttttf : f Contractors, Sutlers, and claims against the Gov- ernment for damages done real estate and other' property by the A i my and Navy. Correspondents desiring answersmust enclose stamps. Office Third arrea; second door from Main, Evansville, Iud. BEN STINSON. nihil a De. Fleaoeb still continues to be the only lawful agent in this city for the Artificial Rubber Teeth. After furnishing nearly a hundred sets In the ; past five years, he ha no hesitation in recom- mending them as the best and cheapest material in use, being worn in the most difficult mouths, with comfort and efficiency. Persons suffering I i with bad fitting mettle plates are espec ially re- I quested to call at the Booms next BittrolfTs, Main ; ; street. WILLIAM REAVIS, Attorney at Law and U. S. ViaiQl Agent, Is authorized by the Government to procure Pen sions, Bounty Money, Back Pay, Bounty Land j fllaims f.ir Houses ami other PaopEETV destroyed while in the service of the Government, aud all claims, of whatever kiud or uature agaiust United States. the Bounty for Discharged Soldiers! Bv an amendment to the Bonutv Law. nassed at : the last session of Congress, "All soldiers or other persons who hart hem or shall hereafter be di"harged within two yeanrfrom the date of their enU',ment' b 8f rcceid " ' shall receive the same Bounty as thongb they j .erred two years." ; OSes 65 Main Street, over Keller's Gun Store, i opp04" the Court HoaM' Evansville, iedian.. Correspondents must enclose stamps. ...' ' ' references given if required. nih XV The line side-wheel steamer Chambers, Brown, Captain, will continue to run as a regular ; packet between Evansville and Henderson, leav ing Evansville every evening at 4 o'clock, and I Henderson every morning at 7 o'clock. i She will carry freight at the following rates : Pound freights, 10c. ; flour per barrel, lac. ; do. per sack, whisky per barrel, 20e. ; molasses, 20c.; shingles, 25c. per 1.C00 feet; lnmber, 15c. p r 100 feet; doors, luc. ; sash in bandies of five, 10c. Other freights in proportion. sep24tf " PROPOSALS ! special notices Pulmonary Consumption a Curable Disease!!! A CARD. TO CONSUMPTIVES. Th VMir-r.;.,!, ! buring been restored to health in a few wet-ks, by . Ti-ry simple remedy, after hsiing suffered several years with a severe lung affootioii, and that dreal disease. Consumption is aaxi.ius to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the proscription used (free of charge), with the direc tions for preparing and using the same, which th-y will timl .,-, asm fur CoNsrmTioK, Asthma Bronchitis, Oocohr, C.ild, 4e. The only object the a ivertisei has in seiiJiug the Prescription is to l.enellt the afflicted, and spread information whloh gv he conceives to lie invaluable ; and bo hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost thorn nothing, and may prove a blessing. Partiet wishing the prescription will please address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburgh, Kings Couuty, sep30-3ni Nw Tork. PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. This astonishing preparation will, by 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. Vyill retnovo all Dandruff. Will cure all Eruptions even Scald Head. Will make tha Hair 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 me. Thousands of Soldiers in the Arm Have testified to the above, who had become gra and lost their Hair by sickness, change of climate and inattention, while performing camp duty. As a Ttestoraliv and dressing it has no equal. KELLER A WHITE, Wholesale and Retail Agents for Evansville. HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!! Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye the Best in the World! The only Harmless, True, and Reliable Dye Known. This splendid Hair Dye is Perfect changes Red Sitsty or Grey Hair, instantly to a Glossy Black or Natural Brown, without Injuring the Hair or Saining the Skin, leaving the Hair Soft and Beautiful ; imparts fresh vitality, frequently re storing its pristine color, and rectifies the ill effects of Bad Dye. The Genuine is signed WIL- I LIAM A. BATCHKLOR. all others are mere imi tations, end should bo avoided Sold by al Druggists, Sec. Factory 82 Barclay street, N. BATCHELOR'S NEW TOILET CREAM FO DRESSING THE HAIR. jylOdwly THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPEDIENCE OF AN INVALID, Published for the benefit, and as a warning and CAUTION TO YOUNG MEN who suffer from Nervous Debility, Preiuatuve Decay of Manhood, etc., supplying at the same time, THE MEANS OF SELF CURE. By one who has cared himself after beiugj.ut to groat expense and injury through ni -lieal humbug and quackery. By enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope si iK"' copies m:iv ne natl ot tne author. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq., Bedford, Kings County, N. Y. 1 WATCHES & JEWELRY. ATCHES JEWELRY, Wholesale and Retail. GEO. A. BITTR0LFF lias just opened at the old stand TVo. 48 Millar STRE T One of the largest and best selected stocks of WATCHES, CLOCKS AND J JEi STSy IT1 Xs 3Ut "3T, liamond Rings and Fins, Silver Ware, Silver Cups, Sonp Ladles, Table and Tea Spoons, Napkin Rings, Butter Knivej, Childrens' Setts, &c. &c. Plated Ware, Full Tea Sets, Castors, Pitchers, Cups, Butter Dishes, Salt-Cellars, Goblets, Jewelry, A full assortment of all kinds of Spectacles, Watch Materials, Watch Glasses, &c, &c. Having bought my stock for Cash, I can sell at the lowest figures for Cash. Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. GEO. A. BITTBOLFF, sepo No. 48 Main Street. DRY GOODS. Dry Goods. HAVING RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS to our stock of Dry Goods, we invite our nu merous customers to examine our stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. SCHAPKER & BUSSING, octS 4 Main Street. Cloaks Again. w E HAVE JCST RECEIVED ANOTHER cTiies, Ac, nice lot 'of Ladies' Cloaks, Sai which we will sell cheap. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, octS 49 Main Strcot. Order Your Bonnets. OCR STOCK OF MILLINERY CANNOT BE excelled. In silk wo have every shade from a subdued elephant to a butternut color. Having employed Milliners whose work has drawn a premium at every ("air where it has been exhibited, we are confident that we can guarantee satisfact'on, at greatly reduced millinery prices. SCHAPKER A BUSSING, , 49 Main Street. Carpets! Carpets!! Carpets!!! TfTK HAVE NOW A SPLENDID' ASSORT VV MENT of Carpets to which we respectfully i call the attention of the public. dai aak a uuaaisii s. No. 4'.l Main Street. SCHAPKER & BUSSING'S Shawl and Cloak Department. A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF THIS f. Department will satisfy every one that they can be suited in qutlitv and prices. SCHAPstkS A BUSSING, No. 19 Main Street. SCHAPKER k BUSSING'S Millinery Department. TTAVING MADE THIS A SPECIAL PART XI of our business, and haviug bought every thing in that lir.o direct from importers aud nianntkrtnrcrH. we defv competition Missus Epperson and Bellnin, whs have charge CI me l ruiimin:; vr iibi muu i, nnn1 iu.ju.ou.. .K.. tiv ,-.m.,i h .nniMsed in tiimminsr bv any MiiUnor. NOTICE. Bntton Change Redeemed. fX WILL REDEEM THE ENCASED W Postage Stamps for " Greenbacks " at any time and in auv sums. SCHAPKER 4 BUSSING, T5!7 H.A.COOK. RAILROAD NOTICE. Evansville & Crawfordsvllle E. R.Co. Freight Tariff between Evansville and Cincinnati per lOO lbs. 1st Class. 2d Class. 3d Class. 4th Class. 50 40 SO 2B Flour bbl. SO Cents. PJnusfromm octs a. E. SHRADBR, Freight Ag't. THE VERY LATEST B T TELE Gr Ifc A. JF H. OHIO ELECTION. A FIELD DAY FOR THE I'NIUNII Cincinnati, Oct. 13. This city gives Brough 5,000 majority. Franklin county, in two townships, Brough gains 59. Sandusky, Brough 845; Vallandigham 121. Union gain of 111. Steubenville, Brough's majority 750. A gain over Todd's vote of 265. Sandusky City, Brough 356 majority. Union gain of 443. Clinton county, six townships, Brough 1,330 majority, a gain of 265 over Tod's vote. The county will give Brough 1,500, 8 Springfield City, Brough 502 majority, a gain of 210. Clarke county, Brough 1,700 majority. A gain of 400 over Tod's vote. Dayton City, Brough 267 majority. A gain of 194. Brough will carry the county by about 200 majority. Lucas county, Brough 1,600 majority. Wood county 1,100 majority. Washington county, Brough about 500 majority. Gilbert's brigade, Brough 1,500; Val landigham 22. 104th Regiment, Brough 406; Val landigham 4. Summit county, Brough 2,000 ma jority. Warsaw county, Brough 2,300 ma jority. A gain over Tod's vote of 640. Rush county, Brough about 400 ma jority. Scioto county, Brough 450 majority A gain of l.OOO: Camp Dennison, Brough 135; Vallan digham, 5. Butler county, Vallandigham 1,000 majority. Ohio troops at Charleston, Va.,Brouo-h 2,733; Vallandigham 50. One hundredth Ohio regiment, Brough 175; Vallandigham 1. Northampton, Summit county, Brough 113 majority. Portage Township Akron, Brough 650. The county is ood for 2,000 for Brough. Wellington Lorain county, Brough 350 majority. Cuyahoga county Three townships, Brough 984 majority outside of Cleve land. Zanesville, Brough 174 majority. Twenty-eighth Regiment, Brough 612; ValUndigham none. The Ohio troops at Buchanan, Va., Brough 73; Vallandigham none. Twelfth Regiment, Brough 450; Val landigham none. Twenty-third Regiment, Brough 484; Vallandigham none. Col. White's Brigade, Brough 1,250; Vallanrligham 8. Ohio men in the 5th Virginia Regi ment, Brough 257; Vallandigham none. Lancaster City, Vallandigham's ma jority, 16; Union gain 151. Marietta, Brough 600 majority, a gain of 263. Salem township, Warren county Brough, 1'.15; Vallandigham, 75; Jewett, 1. Cnii: . gain, 75. Erie county, Brough 1,700 majority a gain of 1,100. Cleveland city, Brough 2,400 majority. In Cuyahoga county it will be kfcotK .", 000. (Military despotism.) Mansfield city, Brough's majm ity 100; a gain of 25. Five townships in Muskingum county give a Union gain of 450. Tli L-ounty will give Brough 600 sssjiiiity, which is a heavy Union gain. Elyria, Brough 375 majority; a gain of 150. Knox county, Brough 200 majority. Lake county, Brough 1,900 majority; a gain of 450. Richland county, Uruujtb UoO majori ty; a Union gain of 500. Stark county, Brough's majority 600; a Union gain of 390. Charleston', Sept. 30. The vote of Gen. Scammon's division stands 2733 for Brough, and 50 for Vallandigham. Maneuvering on the Rappahannock Kilpatrlck in a tight Place He cuts his Way out Meade displays fine Generalship. New York, Sept. 13. The Washing ton Republican of last evening contains the following, which the censor would not allow telegraphed to the press : We have information from the front this morning that Gen. Meade has fallen back this side of the Rappahannock, fol lowed by Lee's army in great force, about one-half a mile on the south side of that river. The enemy made a feint of moving up the valley on the southern bank of Rob ertson River, and our cavalry under Bu ford crossed at Germania Ford and took possession of the earthworks abandoned by them. When our force was all across, the enemy came against Buford in great torce and drove him across the river without time to destroy the crossing, and pursued him to Rappahannock Station. Killpatrick, with a force of cavalry and artillery, which had made a reconnois sance to Madison C. H., was cut off yes terday afternoon on the road to Culpep per, by a portion of E well's corps, which was formed across the only road by which he could retreat, in twelve ranks, with two regiments on each flank. Kilpatriek was compelled' to charge them. He led the charge in person, telling his men they must " do or die." They charged through under a con centrated fire, such as has hardly been experienced by our troops during the war. Killpatrick's loss in killed and wound ed amounted to 150. Gen. Meade is said to ha"e displayed c00rl p-eneralship in bringing his army , ... ur r T.iLi, if back to the line of the Rappahannock When the enemy made his feint of moving up the valley, Meade also made a feint of following him in force to at tack, massing his troops at Raccoon Ford for that purpose. Thi rW Wk- Lee's armv. so that . a, a mnvon.nr.t wo me IIIICIIUCU uaufti.ip uiv.jnlul , fjsm f 1 1 . i Meadehas brought off every wagon and all his stores ' From the Army of the Potomac-Lee Attempting a Flank Movement- Maneuver ing and Skirmishing. Washington, Oct 13. The enemy some daysago made a movement ap parently to turn Meade's right. This led to maneuvering of the two armies, and pretty heavy skirmishing on Sat urday, bunday and Monday, r requent I . i . - . , dispatches are received from the army, i and up to 10 o'clock last night nothing ! had happened giving either side any marked advantage. Our army is reported to be in ex.ee! ! lent condition. Telegraphic communication with Gen. I Meade's headquarters is uninterrupted. From New York. The Ironsides not much Damaged Probability of her Coming North to Repair. JNEW lORK, tJCiOoer lo. l ne llmtS ! Morris Island correspondent states that not much damage was done to the Iron- ; ,o Ktt thn rohpl tnnmrln lint that, it . . , . n m, ! to repair. o r-l ------ INDIANA ELECTIONS. Large Union Gains. Ree'yChaie to be at Indianapolis. Indianapolis, Oct 13. The election returns, as far as heard from in this State, indicate a large Union gain. In this citv the Union majority is 2,600; again'of600. In every county and prejiuct the gains are comparatively as large. Secretry Chase will visit this city tomorrow. Crittenden and MeCook en route to Indianapolis Their Friends expect their Vindication Rosecrans to McCook. Louisville, Oct. 13. Major-Generals Crittenden and McCook have arrived, en route to Indianapolis. Their friends are sanguine they will be able to vindicate themselves trium phantly from any charges that may be made against them at the approaching Court of Inquiry. We have just received from Nashville a copy of a letter to Gen. Alex. McCook, dated Chattanooga, Oct 3d, from which we copy the concluding sentence: " I take pleasure in saving to you that no official or other dispatches of mine has warranted a charge of disobedience of orders by you on either day of the battle of Chickamauga. 1 (Signed) W. S. Kosbckans, "Maj. Gen. Com." Arrival of Sugar. Cairo, Oct 13. The steamer Albert Price, from New Orleans, with a large cargo of sugar and molasses, has ar rived. The steamer South Western was fired into by guerillas on Friday 4ast, a little below Memphis. Fighting was reported on the railroad East of Memphis, on the 11th. There suit is unknown. Gen. Salee, who was captured at Vicksburg, had a force between Pannock and Holly Springs. It is understood he commands all the Rebel troops in North ern Mississippi. Richardson, with 1,800 men and eight pieces of artillery, had been encamped at New Albany " on the Tallahatchie river, but has moved back towards Pon totne. It is understood they are to bear up the Memphis & Charleston Railroad, when Johnston will move into West Ten nessee and make his headquarters at Jackson. Johnston has been conscripting north of Bolivar with bloodhounds, in counties along the Mobile & Ohio Railroad. Steele's guerrillas are plundering the people, burning the houses, and killing the men who refuse to be conscripted. A large cotton crop is growing in that section, with little prospect of being gath ered. The steamer Sallie List arrived at Memphis on the 10th from Duvall's BluH's with upwards of 30() rebel prison ers, including several officers bound for St Louis. All quiet at Little Rock. No attack by Trice, whose forces were much weakened by desertion, was antici pated. Our cavalry penetrated the ene my's country 30 miles, and many people are enlisting in the Union army. All is quiet :it Vicksburg. Gen. Grant has so fur recovered as to be ;iblo to review the ITtli Army Corps on the 6th. Latest front Chattanooga Dangers of i'i .i naporl u( '.i Tennessee Run Kilng. N"asiiv!!.i,k, Oct. 13. Parties from the front report no excitement at Chattfc tiooga. The rel-l lines extend along the south bank of the river,. Our supply trains are much annoyed by their sharpshooters between Bridge port and Chattanooga, who daily pick off teamsters, mules and horses Most of the army supplies are carried through the mountains Dy pack mules, on account of the difficulty ol transportation. River raising. From Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Election Large Cur tin Gains. Philadelphia, Oct. 13 Scattering returns from Pennsylvania have been received, which, when compared with tfie vote of 1860, when Curtin had 32, 000 majority, show the following result: Alloona, Blair county, Woodward 69 majority. A Curtain gain of 113. Freetuftnaburg, Northampton county, Woodward 5 majority. A Curtain gain of 3. Union township, Schuylkill county, Woodward 247 majority. Walkersbnrg, L.izerne county, Wood ward 88. A Curtin gain of 109 over last year. Lower Oxford, Woodward 39. A Cur tain gain of 18. East Coventry, Curtin 102 majority; New York called on for Troops. Albany, N. Y., Oct. 13. Orders have been received to forward all the volun teer troops in the State. The McClellan troops. 1,200, left here yesterday. New York Money Market. New York, Oct. 13. Money steady at 6 per cent, on call. Sterling Exchange opened at 68, ad vanced to 70. Gold very much unsettled; opening at 52; advancing to 56 ; closing quiet at 52. Government Stocks firm. U- S. 6's of '81 Coupon, 108108f. 7 3-10 Treasury Notes, 106107J. By Last Night's Mail. Special to the Cincinnati Gazette. Nnoxville, Oct 11. Military matters bid fair to become interesting. Bragg's advance is reported crossing the Hiawassa in considerable force. Our cavalry have fallen back from Calhoun to Sweetwater, and the rebels entered Athens this morning. In the East something decisive is ex- Peclea: uur. aavance were sKirmisning ' yesterday with J ones rearguard. Aiie reueis ieil oaca irom Xiue opriugs ! Carter D the Watauga river, where they are intrenched. 1 he situation we i cannot five, hut it is cnnfidentlv believed - rn, I 1 .,11 1 r rl Ct ! that the rehels will nnt. ao-ain he nermit- . ted to escape. Their original number , five thousand has been increased by reinf0Pcements to about eight thousand. GreeN8B0rg, Oct. 12. Fourteen men from Paris, Illinois, fully armed, who acknowledged themselves on their way to Cincinnati to vote for Vallandigham, with directions to report to P. B. Churchill in Cincinnati, were arrested and taken from the train here to-day. ! They have a contraband mail in their i possession. Nashville, Oct 12. Out of about four thousand Ohio soldiers in the hos pitals here, and in the camps in the vi cinity canvassed, only eight Vallandig ham votes have been heard of. Ar rangements have been made to give every wounded soldier a chance to vote to-morrow. . Washington, Oct. 12. It appears 1 from a telegram received to-day, dated , IL.i, , T naiianooga yesterday, tnai vien. uc- 60 boxes Ground do ; and for sale cheap at I crans' communications are complete, his ; wheeler, riggs k bugg'8 forces in position, the raiders dispersed, j V-tHEESE and the cnem in front inactive. Our! V 50 boxes Western Rmi-to CheeM ; w. j - . . troops are represented to be in good I physical condition and fine spirits. New York, October 12. The Boston Herald has a letter from the fleet off Charleston, Oct 3d, which says: La6t evening General Gillmore sent one of his Greek fire shells into Charleston, which set fire to some buildings. The fire burnt for over two hours. There will be warm work here before this reaches you, it nothing interferes in the mean time.'' The Washington correspondent of the Commercial states, under date of Sun day, 11th, that the city was somewhat startled this morning at the authentic news from the Rapidan, that the rebel army had abandoned its late position on the south bank of that stream, and that our cavalry had already encountered one of its retreatiug columns. The intelligence was rendered exciting by the wide spread rumor grounded merely on inference doubtless that the retrograde movement of Gen. Lee simply meant the resumption of the offensive by a flank movement around, through the inside of the Warrenton line to the north bank of the Rappahannock, thus placing the rebel forces between Meade and Washington, after the manner in which Stonewall Jackson flanked Pope on the same ground. If these really be rebel plans, they have been fairly thwarted. General Meade is not tobe caught in so old a trap. Those who came from the army this morning seem to agree in the im pression that the retreat is to draw the rebel army closer to the Railroad at Gor donsville, where the rebels have an ex tensive depot of supplies, where a force will probably be left, and the remainder of the army sent near the defences of Richmond. All military men concur in believing that the rebels do not intend any campaign in Virginia this autumn, but as they have made the first move ment, the true sequel will soon be at hand. As anticipated, Gen. Schofield retains his command of the Department cf Missouri. Kansas, however, is detached from it, while certain military reforms have been made that will restore the present hopes of peace and order of the State, so much in danger of-serious in terruption. There seems to have been a general compromise on the important issues." From Charleston. New York, Oct 12, The following from the correspondent of the Baltimore American, written from Charleston har bor on the 5th inst, is of interest: " There are indications now that the present inactivity will not be of many days continuance. Gen. Gillmore has forced his works forward with remarka ble rapidity considering their magnitude, and the natural and artificial obstruc tions in his way. " The troops have worked hard, nearly every regiment on the Island taking its turn every other day in the trenches, fcr fatigue duty. All this has, however, been cheerfully borne, the soldiers hav ing an unlimited confidence in Gen. Gillmore, and co-operating in the accom plishment of his plans. " The navy is also preparing for the renewal of the attack. Within the last twenty-four hours there have been im portant arrivals here of means for the removal of the-obstruetions, which we may soon hope to see successfully ap plied. "The monitors now here are the Le high, Nahant, Weehawken, Montauk and Catskiil." EXECUTOR'S SALE. EXECUTOR'S SALE or V ALU ABE REAL ESTATE. BY VIRTUE OF THE POWER CONTAINED In the Will of M W. Foster, deceased, as well us an order of the Court of Common Pleas of Van derburgh county, the undersigned will offer for sale at Public Auction, ou THURSDAY, the 15th !.. r ..,..!.. i , batwMi, IO o'olock m. SMS. mtsd 4 o'clo. k p. m , at the Court House door, in the city of Evansville, the following described Real Estate : Item X. The corner part of Lot 36, Old Plan of Evansville, being 40 feet front ou Main street by 90 feet deep on First street, with the three story brick (donbte) s.ore situated thereon, the first stories now 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 foet, mora or leu, to the center of the partition wall dividing the store now owned by J. O. Venemau frem- the store now occupied, by Goldman, Berg A Co., thence at right angle with Kir,-j street along the center of said par tition wall 70 feet mora or less to the out side of the rear wall of said stores, thence at right angle towards Main streot 32 feet, more or less, te the line of the Lot owned by Charles Viele, thence at right augle 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 building are now occupied by G. Copeland and Goldman, Berg & Co. Item 8. The lot of ground on the corner of Lo cust and Water streets, being 150 feet on Water street and 150 feet onLocust 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. S. Quartermaster, and the brick and frame dwelling and store adjoining. Item 4. Tbe undivided one-half ot Lot 1 subdi vision Lot 200, Donation Enlargement of Evansville, being corner part of said lot, buying 25 feet front on Fourth or Market stm t, and e feet on Locust street to a ten foot 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 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 6. The undivided one-half of Lot 3, subdi vision Lot 200. Donation Enlargement of Evansville, adjoining the above, liaviug 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, having 30 feet front on Locust street and 75 feet on Dunham street, with the common privilege of the ten feet alley on the south-west side, to gether with the brick smoke "house and frame pork house situated on the same. Item 8. The undivided one-half of Lot 5, and one-half Lot 4, block 28,Eastern Enlarge ment of Evansville with the wooden shed situated thereon, bavins 36 feet front on Fifth street orCaual and running through to Church street. Item fl. The undivided one-half of Lots 6 and 7, block 28, Eastern Enlargement of Ev ansville, having 48 foet front on Fifth street or Canal, and running back 130 feet to Church street. The above property is all in good order and un der rent at profitable rates, and possession can be given at very short notice. Title indisputable. ssuj wire ucoiaiuB v 1 " J ' ' Any one desiring to purcnase may examine me property and see plats ol it oy applying at ueorge Foster i Co,. Warehouse, corner of Locust.treet terms OF SALE: One-third cash, one-third at three months, one-third at six months, the pur- chaser giving notes with approved security bear- ing interest, and waiving relief laws. GEO. FOSTER, ) JOHN W. FOSTER. "xecator" Evansuille, Sept. 12, 1863. d-td. GROCERIES. E. E. WHEELKC. AS. B1QGS. W. J. SVUU WHEELER, RIOOS & SUGG, Wholes le dealers in SALT, cotton yarns Nails, Window Glass, Sash, Doors, 4tc. No. 17 North First Street, Corner ot Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. COPARTNERSHIP WE HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH US WM. J Sngg, late of Uniontown, Ky., in the Wholesale Grocery business. The style of tho Arm will be Whoelar, Riggs 4 Sngg. WHEELER RIGGS. j ioffee , Just received 100 bags prime Rio Coffee ; ! UO U1U ISVOU iai f lyODee . 9n notai Hfimhnrv PhMGi Just received and to arrive at WHEELER, RIOGS A SUGG'S. LYON'S COLUMN. 4 LION 5 2 3 3! 9 a P M s ac 9 o I 1 p o a ? i o 1 Iw p S & - 5a 3 a. E - 2. 55 3 SJ p ? T - CO o o cr p a "3 r fcr si a) a 53 tBJ o s S to 3 cr r -00 m p a 9 - W Q- w S' 73 - c S. o 9 S 3 OB TO i-, 2. 2 a S3 9 a. p e 09 a) r O o 9 5' P a S 3" 00 p p 2 g 1 g s m s o P 3" 9 a a. . n. 9 9 05 a? Si Mj P o FT O M at H P 9 CU P 05 f-t p as 1-1 a. o E 9 o rT ! O SB p 3. ob o P " 2 a 3 L a p wr P g1 3 .a 00 m e ' B 3 & s a It- h O g 3 r p Z 00 o. 3- o 2j I If B M - LYON B 9. 9 3 SB O S t 9 ' T o o 2- o E P 9 63 05 p p 3 W S 05 oo S 00 1 o se a o s- sp n s o o S a. xr pt OB e g " pop s a- p. O, 9 C 3 i O o i 2 f as o 9 P S m P a 3 2 p . 9 oi S" 8 oa a a. p" 9 P n 9 00 O as 3 9 c a BS P CL. O 3 05 a o a OB o CT m A as o- g P C jr. 3 . i-. c c O a. a s B r 00 CD S 5 9 a 9 P 3- 3 P 3 i - K 8 5 05 3' tr o 9 9 sr. s 31 vfl g B Q n, nr o 2. S E 5 "2. 3 S 5 05 g. z 2, W 1 - 2 5T h 05 3 5T 3 p J3 8 a i o 9 9 P P 3 13. o sai c 3 75 I tr a a a 5" O It" " 5 a o H a O O 3 S t 3" T sm o 5 o 9" o & I E M 2- P 13 " oa o 3 - X p p 3 9" ST. T3 jr g. . - B S p 3 3 o. J 1 C O s Pi ' p 3 3 P -I 9 CO o cc 05 P a O C 3- P - rr 1 2. I Bo 3 t 35 CO 9 9 M. LYON. $400 BOUNTY CAPTAIN TOM. WILLIAMSON, OF THE Old Fourteenth Regiment, is autho rtied to recruit a Company for one of the new Regiments. He appeals to the young men of this District to enlist. The Bounty is most liberal 8402 for old recruits and $302 fcr new. Now is tha time to step forward. Recruiting Offlce at Captain Hynes', Provost Marshal's Offlce. Transportation from all points on the I. A C. R. R. furnished. sepW. FIRE LIMITS. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL MAKE APPLL cation to the Common Council of the City of Evansville, for permission to erect a Frame Car riage House, not exceeding 18 by 25 feet in dimen sions on the middle third part of Lot No. 6, Old Plan. Any person having objectionSto the pro posed building will please ni Clerks Office within WO weeks osed building will please file tho same in tna Oct. 12, 1863 H. E. READ. GROCERIES TAISINS 50 whole, half and quarter boxes IX best M. R. and Layer just received by S. E. QILRERT t CO. ARDINES 90 cases halves and quarters for for sale by S. S. GILBERT CO. BOOTS AND SHOES. -3E3 0. c5 CO.. Retail D.-alcrB and Manufacture of BOOTS 8l SHOES, No. 38 Main Street, EVANSVILLE. INDIANA. WE HAVE SOW ON HAND A LARGK . and well rel?ctol stock of Eastern and horns made Grods, consisting of all descript'ons of Ls41c', Misses', Men's and Boys' Boots, Shoes, baiters and Slippers, Which we offer lor sale as low as an; house in the city. All our work is warranted. sepie HILLKB CO. No. 15 rvriiv STREET. TURNER & GWiTHMEY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS III BOOTS AND SHOES, AND Hats & Caps, No. 15 Main Street. EVANSVILLE, .iDIANA NEW BOOT & SHOE STORE. SELLMAN Has just received, at No. 35 MAIN STREET A large and carefully selected stock of BOOTS, SHOES. GAITERS, SLIPPERS, CHILDREN'S WEAR, OF THE LATEST STYLES, THICH HE IS selling as low as any house in the city. Tba public are invited to call and examine Goods and Prices before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants his goods to give satisfaction. No trouble to show gaods. Mending done FREE OF CHARGE, should they prematurely give wsv. F. M. SELLMAN, XransTille, Sept. 15, 186S. 35 Main Street. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER TOR A PLAITK SIDE WAX . Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereoy ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, thut the owners of lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the north side of Hamilton street from Washington street west ward to corporation line, in said City, cause the sfie-walki thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side-walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Offlce, Oct. s, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER TO REPAIR SIDE WALKS. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the west aids of Goodsell Street from Second to Third streets, in said City, cans the side walks th. reon to be re paired within thirty days from tbe publication of thisorder. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Offlce, Oct, 8, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR A BRICK SIDE WALK. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the north east side of First street.irom inesnut to Cherry street, in said City, cause the side wal cs thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and cause a side walk of Class No. 1. to be laid down t heron within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Cierk. Clerk's Offlce, Oct. 8,1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR A PLANA SIDE WALK. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and ditected by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting or asjoining the north-west side ol Gum street, from Water to First streets, in said City, cause the said side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side walk ef Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon within thjrty days from the publication of this rder. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER rOR A BRICK SIDE WALK. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it Is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the southwest side of Sixth street, from Locust to Walnnt streets, in said City, cause the s id -walks thereon to be brought to tbe proper grade, and that they cause a side-walk of Class No. 1 to be laid down thereon within thirty davs from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clrk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 8. 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER TO REPAIR SIDE WALK. Oct. 8, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of EvausTille, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on er adjoining the southwest side of Main Street trom Th ird to Fourth Streets, in said City, cause the side walks thereon to be repaired within thirty days front the publication of this order. A. PKAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Offlce, Oct. 8, 1863. CORPORATION NOTIJE. ORDER TO REPAIR SIDEWALKS. Oct. 3, 1863. Kni now it is hereby ordered and directed bv the Common Council of tbe City of Evansville, that tbV owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the southeast side of Main street from Second to Third street, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be re paired srithin thirty days fr tWjaWaamMssa c this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk Evansville, Oct. 8. 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER TOR A PLANK SIDE WALK. Oct- 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by tbe Common Council of the City of Evansville, that tbe owners of all lots or parrs of lots fronting on or adjoining the east side of Fourth Avenue, from Seventh and Eighth streets, in said Citv, cam tho side-walks thereon to be brought" to the prorer grade, and that they cause a side walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down t hereon within thirty days from tbe publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clark. Clerk's OSes, Oct. 9, 1863. F . M .