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WANTS, FOR RENT, &c. LOST Sometime between the Tth and 12th inst. a Memorandum Book, containing some wood accoantaof John & T. D. Smyth are of no use to anyone except the owners. An envelope in the book, directed to John S. Garitt. Any-person finding: the same, and leaving it at the stom of Mr P. Boyle, First street, or at my bouse on Division Rtreet, will be paid for their trouble. octlSlw. JOHN SMYTH. FOK SALK A Fl'IiL BLOODED AYF.K SHIRE Cow, five years old. bright cherry red, warranted full bloilod, and gives, when fresh, fonr gallons of ri. h milk at a milking. Her last calf isseven month old, and she now gives two and a half gallons of milk at a milking. For particular ca!l at this ofBee. ocl4-lw nOK SALE OK RENT. A two story frame dwelling house, havius nine rooms. Also for sale a OneStory Frame dwelling house, having two rooms, a kitchen, and a cellar. Also 40 acres of laud one-half improved, within seven miles of the city. Also for sale a fine lot between Second and Third Streets, fronting thirty-seven feet on Main Street. For further particulars enquire at the office of oot7 LAW A ANTHES. TAILORS WANTED. Six good Tailors can obtain employment, at the best of wages, by applying immediately at DAVID ANDERSON'S, or6 Main Street bet. First and Water. CITT HOTEL FOR KENT The above named house is favorably located on Water street, opposite the Steamboat Landing, and has lately been painted inside and out, paperea. ana put in good order for a first class hotel. The long and noted name of this Honseis sufficient guarantee to any person qualified, to insure him a good busi ness. Will be rented on favorable terms, ifrom 1 to 5 vears. Enquire of CHARLES HARRINGTON. Evausvi'le Ind., Sept. 23, 1863. SATURDAY.. OCTOBER 17 M. THAYER. Kdltor. S. SILVERTHORK, Associate. On our first page will be found an interesung letter from ''Juniper Wig gins." His letters are always welcome, because they are interesting. jgFor an account of a remarkable case of surgery, see first page. Many imilarly afflicted will read it with inter est. The BttBlt In Spencer County. The triumph of the Union men in Spencer county shows what a little sys tematic work will do in a good cause. The people do not love treason or trai tors, and once thoroughly convinced that the leaders of the Democratic party are hostile to the best interests of the Gov ernment, they will repudiate those lead ers as they did Vallandigham and Pugh in Ohio, Woodward, in Pennsylvania, Hendricks and Voorhees in Indiana, and the Rockport Democrat clique in Spen cer county. We ought have carried this county handsomely, if a systematic effort had been made to canvass the county, organize the Union men, and perfect arrangements to bring out all our voters. The tame was true of Warrick county. The Union men there made considerable effort, but they failed to canvass as they ought to have done. What is the result? Their candidate for Treasurer is beaten by the small majority of 22, while in Ohio township alone, we understand, there are 25 Union men who failed to vote. Some of them were actually in Newburg on the day of the election, but forgot to go to the polls. Had the township been properly canvassed, all tbBe voters could have been induced to vote, and Warrick coun ty would have been spared the lasting disgrace of having elected an open, avowed and defiant traitor to the responsible position of Treasurer of the county. In Spencer county the Union men went to work differently. Guided by the sound judgment and political sagacity and experience of Judge DeBruler, they organized before they commenced to fight They canvassed every township, found out who was for the Union candi- dates and who against them What men were undecided, ana wnat influences would be best calculated to induce thorn to support the Union ticket Appoint- ! menta were then made in every school i district, and Judge DeBruler and others discussed the questions at issne in so candid and unimpassioned a manner as to convince all the reasonable men, and induce them to support the cause of the Union. In the next place, the Union. mn were judicious in the selection of candidates. Tbey chose, as the man to head their ticket, Capt Samuel Laird, who had shad his blood to perpetuate our government, and suffered untold agony that our people might live in the enjoy ment of peaceful homes. Such a man could not well be beaten, yet the returns place htm but little ahead of the other candidates, showing that the cause, andj not the man, was. what triumphed in Spencer county. j i .sv i - In another particular the I nion men t . , m,. , V acted wisely. When they made speak- ing appointments in the county, arrange- ! " , o , menu were made to have the meetings j attractive. A good band of music was j employed, and other means made use of ' to induce the people to come out and 1 j: r .1 ner u.acu.aion ot the questions at ISSUe between the contending i-irrrMni7:ii.- & e tions. Wherever the Union party can get a fair hearing, its success is assured. It is only in those portions of the coun try where demagogue leaders can pre vent their dnpes from hearing any speak era but themselves, that the Union cause flags and lags behind. -nr ... i r We congratulate the Union men of o , . , Spencer on their success. vYe trust they will at once take steps to secure the fruit oi their victory by establishing a good Union paper in Rockport, which wil! neutralize the poison scattered through the county by the Democrat. This can be easily done if the Union men work with anything like the zeal they have ex hibited in the last canvass. We say to the Union men throughout the First Congressional District, let us prepare now for the great political strug- gle next year. This district can be re- deemed if the proper effort is put forth, T e people need only to be informed of r the treasonaDie practices oi tne copper head leaders to repudiate them. Spread the facts! Let the light shine into tbe darkest corners ! Organize, and organ ize at once. Freedom of thk Ballot. In Deer field, Warren county, O., several Vallan digham tickets were deposited in he 1 nvnlnai iia PiAnll TT otfflf.a mK1 , r, . .v.. ' concealed in tne in. 1 ne least pressure will cause these to ignite. This is But- ternut " freedom of the ballot. " Corkection. We know of no little mut ter that is one-half as vexatious as typo graphical blunders. There is no getting use to them. The more you have of them, the more annoying they become. Yesterday our types made Judge DeBru ler say the Union men of Spencer coun ty subscribed for the Sanitary Commis sion, and paid in at their mass-meeting at Centerville only seventy-tiro dollars, when it was seven hundred and keenly- i one dollars. Not satisfied with this, they went farther and robbed the Judre of his name, making him sign himself "J. L." instead of " L. Q.," as he is in the habit of writing it Thanks. We are indebted to Hon. Henry S. Lake, for a copy of " Message and Documents for 1862-63." The work is printed in the neatest manner and is creditable to the Government Printing Establishment, as indeed is all the work turned out by it sine? Mr. De frees, the present Superintendent took charge of the establishment. Senator Lane will please accept our hearty thanks for the many instances in which he has iavored us with public doc uments. Were it not for his kindness in this particular, our library would pre sent but a meagre array of public and official papers. JSfThe United States Circuit Court, now in session at Louisville, Ky , has given judgment in favor of the United States against several persons wl-o h-std forfeited their bonds to keep the peace, and be of good behavior toward the gov ernment during the rebellion. Some oath-takers and bond-givers heve bei n deluding themselves with the idea that such obligations are not valid. On Tuesday the 13th inst, there were over forty thousand letter sent North from the Nashville post-ollice' alone. These letters will gladden many hearts, though many of them will carry sorrow to loving ones at home. 63?" The vote of the Ohio soldiers at Hospitals No. 3 and 8 in Nashville was as follows: Brough 121; Vallandigham 1; Scratched 1. At other places of votiug, Brough 1,316; Vallandigham 15. A let'ui to the New Ycrk Tri bune, dated N:;.-hville, Tenn., lltrsj says Gen. Hooker, when last heard from, was at Stevenson, Alabama. He still had eighty miles of bad roads to overcome before he could effect a junction with Rosecrans. The New York Herald is blo viating over the exploit of its corres pondent ''Shanks," in describing the battle of Chickamauga, claiming that it is the best account written of any battle that has ever been fought. It is as far inferior to "Agate's" ac count of the battle at Pittsburg Lauding or the New York Tribune's battle of Antietam as the first efforts of a school boy to the Essays of Addison. Many Fathers. In one of the Wards in Cincinnati, on Tuesday last, twenty, six tickets were deposited with Yallan- dighamSi name struck off and Brough's substituted. It is said that at least 150 Democrats of that Ward claim to have voted these tickets. The venerable Archbishop Pur cell, accompanied by Bishop Rosecrans, ,apppared at the polls on Tuesday last. for the first time in twentv-five years j Qf course he voted the Union ticket. Xcws Itf-ms. - The Unconditional Union Convention of the State of Delaware, which met on Wednesdav last, declared emancipation in that State a necessitv, and heartily ap- proved ot the employment and enlist ment of negro troops. The trains over the Louisville and Nashville Railroad and its branches are nun aiuuiu" uu men re-'uiar lime aim i- u - i . tl -l i making their regular trips. The railroad from Nashville to Chattanooga is also re ported in regular running condition. We are informed that the rail-oad bridge over the Tennessee river at Bridgeport is nearly finished. When it is finished, the cars can run to a point within tourteen miles ot Chattanooga, That will be, perhaps, during the next week-. Among the rebels captured by our forces the other day in the vicinity of Columbia, was the notorious Galloway. He is the same man for whose capture -. xt i - 7 Gen- Negley some time ago offered a re warfi 0f five thousand dollars. 1 . , r . , . 1 be large moo of persons in search of permits to trade, etc., at Vicksburg, has very much decreased. It is4 said to be tne intention of the War Department to j Perml' lw 'ar&e establishments to be Wvuvu ua V"v..j, u V. VVJ UC UUUC1 111111 j tary surVeiilance and to monopolize the trade in evprvtriino- A r-nttnn r,-mm;.. j n ' - .w... ... , o sion-house is to be opened in connection ; slightly. The 1st Minnesota lost 1 kill with one of these establishments by the j led, 20 wounded,and 1 missing; 82d New Messrs. Casey, of Casey ville, Ky. ' ; York, 7 killed and 18 wounded; all the The latest arrivals from Europe bring j f0 were in the lst Briga(Je. 2d Wie the information that Maximilian could ! 10n, .... nrcrnnize a fnrmidfthle rmc with I Ibe casualties in the 3d Brigade, 3d ' place hunters eager for appointments in the new empire. Thousand of applica- tions have been made from all nartc rf i Vns na,y,e oecn maae torn all parts ot the world; and it would require the com- bined fleets of France and4 England tQ : convey to Mexico all the parties who of- , fer their service. o 0 .u. p.,,,,, o ., . . , , Semmes, toe Laptam ot the pirate Al- ... . : , abama, has made a lengthy statement of ther-ruieof his shit), in whir-h ho B. he has captured fifty-six of our vessels at a loss to us of not less than JSSo. 000, to say nothing of the indirect loss in freights, high insurance, and numerous sales of American ships to put them un j der neutral colors We faave illfor!aa,ioil that, fcj Eftme gang of guerrillas who made the raid into Hodgenville last Friday, where they SHE )e stores of Wi,son Robinson, W. P. Turnm. and S W Kirk rpin, and b. W. Kirkoatriok. carrying off several thousand dollars' worth of goods, also visited several stores at Hodgenville. in Lar .arue connt.v ,u:..i. t.i i r J' wuiv-ii mci iuviku i inetr contents. They also stole a number of fine horses after leaving Hodgenville, which they took with them into Tennessee. This nag is the same that made the raid into Bfm Hope, burning the depot there, and at' i.cr the command of the notorious Kid i We have information that they nic. . -ir appearance in that sec they m. appearance in that sec- tioM of ;1 ,,.... aDOut every two weeks, robbing and oppressing the people in a most shameful manner Lou. Jour. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BY THE B. A W. LINK. I xclusiv ly for the Journal. From Cincinnati. Later from Chattanooga The mu tiny in Bragg's Army Confirmed Celt, Polk Under Arrest Jeff. Dnv is Visits Bragg's Army. Cincinnati, Oct. lo. The Cummer ctals 1 nattanooga correspondent con hrms the reported mutiny in Bragg's army it was occasioned oy tne retusal ot ' " - . . , ., r. the (renm-in. mil!ti:t in rr.mniti lrncror in i - ;e - "e"' the service. They said they had only volunteered to drive the Federals out of their State. Bragg refused to grant them permission to return home and they stacked their arms. Longstreet's men were ordered into line and discharged several volleys. Deserters say there were sixty killed and two hundred badly wounded. In addition to this affair, the arrest of Polk created considerable bad feeling in Bragg's army. Disaffected rebels are comiug into our lines every day. The Kr-Tville Register of the 6th, published Atlanta, says: Jeff. Davis left Richmond yesterday to visit Bragg army. The bod ;f Gen. Lytle has been re covered, and will be forwarded North From Missouri. The Late Battles In Missouri Rebel Loss too Killed and Wounded They are hotly pursued. St. Loots, Oct 16. Dispatches from the West say the rebels lost 400 killed and wounded, in the late fight near Marshall, Saline county, Missouri. Many squads are striving to get'sonth, ),ut they will be stopped at the Osage, every ford of that river being guarded b Federal troops. The largest band of Shelby's force went west after the battle for the pur pose, it is thought, of concentrating on Sindebar creek, with Quantreil and Jael -.so n. Gen. Brown was at Sedalia yesterday, where he divided his force and sent them in pursuit of the flying rebels. FROM NEW YOBK. Billiard Match Particulars of Battle on the 14th Rebels repulsed at every point Union Troops be haved gallantly. New York, October 17. The billiard match to-night at Irving Hall for 1,"00 i points, was won by Kavanaugh of ew York, over Sereiter of Detroit, by 785 j points. ihe lxmes correspondence from the ' army of the Potomac, Oct 14th, says: ihe enemy made two desperate but unsuccessful attempts to whip this army i to-day in detail and destroy our trains, but in both he most signally failed. t daybreak, between tatlett s station j and Auburn, Stuart and A. P. Hill made ' a simultaneous attack on Gen. Gregg's ! cavalry and the 2d army corps. Almost the first intimation given of , the enemy's presence was the oneninff of their butteries on the 2d corps. ' Our troops were speedily in position, I and the enemy was repulsed with consid- t erable loss. T.Qta 111 ttlO '.lftflrnrU.H Hill mnrln nn ' s-jivlvj a I. suv n t.v-i 11 w.'n inn iii auc ail other dash to cut off the 2d corps. He first attacked the rear of the 5th corps. killing 3 men of the Pennsylvania Re- ; serves, and wounding 15 or 20 more. When the head of the second corps had reached Kettle Run, near Bristow s, Hill made a terrible onslaught on both i corps. Ibe 2d corps was on the east side of the railroad track, and used the road embankment at several points for breast works. The enemy charged up to the embank ment, when the 2d corps charged in turn, capturing 700 or 800 prisoners and one battery. Several charges were made, and each time the enemy were forced back with great slaughter, leaving their killed and wounded in our hands. A rapid musket ry fire was kept up on both sides until a long while after dark, when the enemy retired. I have not been able to obtain a full list of the killed and wounded, but it is not large. Capt. Ball, 3d Minnesota, was wound ed in three places. When the enemy charged the railroad, finding themselves in a dangerous place, they waved their hands in token of sur render. At this moment Capt Ball sprang up the embankment, when a vol ley was fired at him, three taking effect tl r - . . , .. 1 he Minnesoteans returned it, and manv i . i , j . ., . rebels suffered death in retaliation for their act of treachery. The trains are all safe. There is some artillery practice this morning near Rap pahannock Station, but without much damage. The First Maine Cavalry, Col. Smith, which was cut off on Monday night near Jefferson, across the Rappahannock, reached Bristow Station on Tuesday night. The regiment escaped with the loss of one squad of men, sent to com municate with Gen Gregg, about 20 in number. Our army behaved handsomely. The following is an additional list of causalties: Killed, Col. Jamos E. Ma lone, 42d New York regiment, command ing 3d Brigade, 2nd Division, 2nd Corps. Wounded, Capt S. M. Smith, 7th Michi gan infantry, Inspector-General of Gen. Webb's staff; Capt. Frank Weasel, Judge Advocate 2d Division, 2d Corps; Capt Thomas St Clair, 1st Minnesota, slight 1 T lent T 1 tn"I- 1 f: . ly; Lieut. J. DeGrav. 1st Minnesota. ! Divis!on) are 4 killed, 85 wounded and I r m3SmS- The 4th Brigade, 3d Divis- ' ,on '03t killed, wounded and missing. , , s 1 -uany 11 ne miter win turn up. , Secretary cuse at Columbus, o. i Cincinnati, October li. Secretary Chase spoke to a large crowd at Colum- , . i. . . n 6 tLrTt ,i bug last night He congratulated the - - .1 - . i 1 , I "veL lue!r vlct..r ana EPOKe 01 i T gd ,t !f WUV1 huVe' U0Tt0n'-V ' th S WiU'd strengthen the hands of the President and Cabinet, and send joy to the hearts of our army. If you had triven 10.000 majority only, it would not have sufficed, but your grand old hundred thousand has done tbe business. He rehearsed the history of his leaving Ohio three years since to attend the Peace Congress, the policy he advocated and the results, and his tranfer from the Senate by President Lincoln to the Cabi net He also weut into a history of his financial schemes, and referred to his three years' absence, and feelingly thanked his audience for their kind wel come to Ohio, complimented Governors Dennison and Tod for their fidelity and zeal in managing the affairs of the State. Mr. Chase left Columbus this morning for Washington. ouio Vote iu Madi.ou Hospital Madison, Ind., Oct 16. The vote of Ohio soldiers in U. S. Hospital: Brongh, 260; Vallandigham, 1. F; om Wow York. Another British Blockade Runner Captured Fonr Rehel Colonel Gonhled nn. New Voi;k, Oct. lti. The steam transport I nion just arrived, reports hat nu the llh, she captured the Eng lish Bloekade Runner, Spalding, with s a valuable cargo, from Nassau. Four ( bel Colonels were captured on her. re- f From Central America. New York, Oct. 16. The st.mrr flA..n I 1 . . . L i . 1 " - " "t"" wrings i anama dates to the i th. Gen. Mosquero had declared the Uni ted States of Columbia in a state of war and ordered a levy 8,000 troops. Uivcr and Weather. Pittsburg, Oct. 16. River 2 the metal mark and stationarv. er wet. feet by Wcath- ClNCIKNATI. Oct. 16.-liiver station ary. Weather clear. Thermometer 70. Harometer 29 It)' and falling. DIED. . Iu this city, on Tuesday, October 13th, 18H3, sf Congestive Fever, Vincent Brothkuh, agnd 2f. yearn and G month. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WATCHES & JEWELRY. J. L. BITTROLFF, JR., No. 1, North First Streo . Au t iitirely uow Stock of Watches and Jewelry, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, &c. 1 WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE I public that I have opened an entirely new i.ud fastll llltl tock of the alive goods, w'licli, hav oi been l. light tor osh, I ai pceparod to sjtll at prices as low as the lowest and waii-rn.T every article to be just ns represented PVoBI Iftlijr ex p rience In the business, I am confident of gr- lug satisfaction, and hope to merit a shaia of the pub lic patronage. Persoii.il attention p:ii.i t reiftirinsj Watc'-ioe. Clocks and Jewelrv J I. BlTTfi01.r, Jr.. ocliT-lmdiw No. 1, North first Srte t NOTICE. w THSltBAS, L. POWKIiS, LATK MV pariner, bas left for parts unknown, and J taken with biui all the nioreable property lielniig j lag to the concern, leaviug nie to pay all the debts, I hereby warn any person against selling j him anything in the nanie of our firm as I will I not bj responsible for any debts of his contra t th i Any information in regard to the said K. L. rowers win oe inanKiuuy receivea oy me at new burg, Indiana. JA8. A MeGIfjL. Oct. 17, 1863. -lw REGULAR PACKET. LOW Water Arrangement. Monday and Thursday Packet. rpHE FINE LOW WATER PACKET, West Y"iipr initi , Capt. CEANE. Clerk HALL. A TS- I lt;iiv? Evansville every JOjjgjj I Monday and Thursday at 12 ssbBB6sbBsIb1 o'clock, noon, for i'ailiic;.h and all way landings. She will carry freight at the Dexter Line. CARD RATES for high water. John B. Hall will receive and store freight for her any day or night free of clrarge. bhc will run tor the accommodation of the pub- lic aud 8l'cits a share of public patronage, JNo. B. hall, Agent "rrzrrT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OYSTER? DEPOT. I AM SOLE AGENT FOR STILE'S CELE BRATED Corn-fed Oysters. Received daily bv Adam's Express Company. Orders promptly filled. WM. CALDWELL, No. 9 First Street. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OYSTER DEPOT. NOTICE, United States Marshal's Sale. BY VIRTUE OK AN ORDER OF SALE TO me directed from tbe Clerks Office of the District Court oftlie f nitod State for the District of Indiana, I will on TUESDAY, THE 20TII DAY OF OCTOBER, lSKi, at George Foeter'a Warehouse, corner of Lociiat atrectand Canal, in the city of Evanerllle, Indi ana, offer for sale at PUBLIC AUOTION FOR CASH3 Ons-half Keg Powder, one Bag Shot, thrac Kegs and aaren Pounds Powder, four Truuks and seven Satehols, cotaining Needles, Combs, Notions, and Fine Cntlery ; one Bor Medicine; twenty-fiTe Boxes Blackborry Vine. It having been rondmn ed and forfeited to the United Staten as enemies property, and the Kf filial ordered by the Court to sell tho (tame. DAVID O. ROSE, U. S. Marshal. By 8 S Rmsr.nw, D?oity. oot RAT EXTERMINATE,. - 2.3 - W BE a a - j? o - j. - BETS" cn SS H S ? 9 o J 3 2. - e o wu c r j S 2 2." 2. -ST 9 - - ? ' 3 s S b 5 S - S o.,J a rjrjii r ' Only Infolllble remedies knovni." " Frea from roisons." " Not dangerous to the Human Family." " Rats come out of their holes to die.' Sold Wholesale in all large cities. 8&Sold by all Druggists and Ritailf.bs every where. 89" ! ! ! Bewabe! ! !" of all worthless imitations. (tSeTSee that "Costar's" name is on each Box, Bottle and Flask, before you buy. JWAddress HENRY It. COSTAR, WPBiNClrAt Depot 482 Broadway, N. Y. sWSoldby KELLER A WHITE, Wholesale aud Retail Agent, myl5-fim Kvausville, Ind. ACCOMMODATION EXPRE3S WM. STRUBLE HAS PREPARED HIMSELF to fill all orders for carrying goods, or moveable to any part of the city on shortest no tice, and in ths most satisfactory manner. Head quarters on Main Street, Iwlweeu Second and Third, over Soleon's Old Auction Room, oct8-lwd WM. STRUBLE NEW MUSIC fUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID LOT OF J New Music, among which will he found "DARLING, HOW CAN I FORGET THE!'.,'' By the author of " Wheu thin Cruel War is Over," and will become si popular as the latter place. " DEAR MOTHER I'LL COME HOME TO DIE." By the same author. "KISS MR MOTHER E'RE I'M DEAD." By M. Keller. WARREN A CONYNGTON, ortlJS No. 1 Main Street, Evansville. FOR SAL House and Lot for Sale. ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE RESI DENCES in th-: city for sale; in complete order, containing ten Rooms with Ch&ndaliers and Bracketta for Gas, two brick Cisterns, Stable. Wood, Coal and Out-Houses, a good dry brick Cellar IS feet square, well lighted. The Honse is wood neavy oak frame stands back 40 feet from the street, leaving a beautiful front yard. Corner Lot 75 by 300 feet, enclosed with a good substantial fence. Corner of Oak and Water streets, above the residence of Robert Barnes. Esq. Enquire of octlO-tf CHABLV8 BABCOCK, No. 8 Main Street. LYON'S COLUMN. LYON 9 3 1 -) 35 3 o K o rr -i OI O 8 c . Q 58 a a. 3 3 Q 5P CD rr (d 2. 5 9 o p s d g i i w 3 d OS O a. o co tr Gd a: o r; o - s a 3 3 S 3 s a- a, m a m e . 5" n at X V a a a Ot 1 a. p 5 o cc o r m i B 3 JE tr V a. 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MEAT SHOP REOPENED BY COHN & LEVY, Butchers, At their old stand, Cor. of Second and Chesnut Sts., VtHERE THEY EES PECTF I'LL Y INVITE all their oM customers and all those wish iug toeat good mat to give them a call. 0Ctl3-3l A.TJCTION & COMMIS'ION Old Auction House and a New Ane tioneer. J J. COHN, HAYING RENTED THE OLE Auction Room on the corner of ,a Third Street, Evansville, for a term of years, will '.ontilme the i, t:, -.-J i ... i. .... i . . .. ...... wiuuiuqivu in. -Ml' 5 nd attend to selling all kinds ot Goods, Furniture! buub, Duties, carriages. Horses, Cattle, all llJi uf Msnilfui-rilK.il A rlifllu i. T It 1 --. -..-i'i wv. uiuciii ti n rancemeuts made on consignments. rroiupi auenuon win oe given to all goods en rusted to my care. (mar2-) J.J. COHN. CLOTHING. The Best is always the Cheapest. Especially is this true of O Ta O T I Etf CSr AND Gents' Furnishing Good. Test it by csliiug on J. H. C AELIN, FIRST STREET, fjreia post-office,) EVANSVILLE, IND. I 'HE I'NDKRSIGNED HAS JUM IE i turned from the Ea.it, ii r h- liaa lai 1 in one of the bem -toeki of (."lo'hiii and tVnm' Uur niSHInc Goods ever brought t" this Oils. Mv Cl.i!ia, CaswimeTes, Vestings 4c. were' !eot-d it'i mi eye si'jgl - r quality and style ; and hav ing become conversant with the tsste of our ix i-pb-, am satisfi d thai In rnsrirtietitar my (to 4a soil give excellent est b net inn. tlents rurui-.iii.L iijds of everv deaeriBt ;on will alio ! found at mv establishment sm h as QtMsM IloNiry, Neck-Ties, Shirts, t'ollari, Sus- oeuilrrs, ste. My tat-ilities lor manutactiiriu Clolbini; are excellent ; and as for Cutting Ga.- ments to fit no satisfaction no pay. I ask no one to take a mean fitting garment oft my hands. Over-Coatings of every rartetf and style " found at my istabllshm: it. Though : sound unreasonable tot . risTIKsli the " heated term," we m:.-i iuinemier "peace is the time to f m iclor srar,' Summer make onr preparations for the cold 'I be nay i in i in . j- t- of Winter. No better preparation can be devised than the ordering of a good reliable Overcoat, such as may be found at No. 8 First Street. Orders for Clothing of every description will receive the personal attention of the undersigned, and will be promptly attended to. The motte at No, 8 Is, " Promises minctuallv fulfilled Before ordering Fall or Winter suits Gents will consult their own interest by examining my vioous Buu rrices. rtememDer uie place No. 8 First Street, (near Post Office,) auglS J. II. CARL, IN WHOLESALE CiOTIIlfJ HOUiii GOLDMAN, BERG & CO., No. Q North First St., Evansville ; BRANCH OF GOLDMAN, BERG & CO., IKTo. 306 Market Street, Philadelphia, We have now ready a very large selected stock of Fail ) Winter Clothing AND Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, SHAWLS, BLANKETS ANB TRAVELING SHIRTS. Boys' Olotinixis.. IN GREAT VARIETY, To which we desire to call the attention of the trade. Our Goods hoing all manufac tured by ourselves, bsj-ers have Only One Profit to Pay. We feel confident that our prices are fully as low as those ot any other House in the West. All Goods Warranted. sepo UNITED STATES Wholesale Clothing axu FURNISHING HOUSE. Clothing for the Million! L. LOEWENTKAL & CO., - sain in th market, at the oM well known tftiiml Qor. Main and First Sts., (Which has Veen rebuilt and enlarged,) with the largest and best tsMitasI stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING AND Genileiueii's Furnishing Goods Ever Opened In this Market. OUR OLD CUST0MKRS AND THE TRADE : generally are respectfully invited to call and j oxamine our Goods and prices before purchasing i elsewhere, as we I eel assured we can otfenssuperier ; inducements to CASH buyers. One f our firm resides in New York, aud has had many years experience in buying aud nianu- , facturing, and devotes his whole time to Purchasing and Superintending the Manufacturing Department , And as we buy exclusively for CASH, we ran and ; will sell as low to the trade as any House East or West. TO LET. Business Property to JP. BY 150 FEET, CORNER OF I J Fourth Streets, will be let tor a Let. r MAIN AND a term. Per ns wishing to lease can have the whole or onr arter, or one-half, as tbey mav desire. Inquire of ASA IOLEHE ART, or aufcitf JNO. SHANKLIN BOOTS AiMD SHOES. BS o 9 q tn Eh -O o n i ; o n H u 0 H A w o o M Eh s B S o o ed O GO C5 g e3 Z o o u 0 d 3 r. o W 125 H M O O CQ EH CQ K S 0 0 0 & s N K W BOOT & SHOE STORE 1 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, WHICH HE IS selling as low as any house in the city. The public are Invited to call and examine Goods and Prices before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants his goods to give satisfaction. No trouble to show geods. Mending done FREE OF CHARGE, should they piematurely give way. F. M. SELLMAN, Evansville, Sept. 15, 1863. 35 Main 8treet. MI.L.I.ER cto CO., Retail Dealers and Manufactures of BOOTS & SHOES, No. 38 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. 1XTE HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE V V and well selected stock of Eastern and home made Gcods, consisting of all descriptions of Ladles', Misses', Men's and Boys' Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers, Which we offer for sale as low as any house in the city. All our work is warranted. sepl6 MILLER k CO. No. 15 IATIV STREET. TURNER & GWATHMEY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL tl KALE Sil IK BOOTS AND SHOES, AND Hats & Caps. No. 15 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, ..DIANA VOLUNTEERING ! $302 BOUNTY For New Recruits! $402 BOUNTY ; For Veteran Volunteers ! A f EN OF THE FIRST DIsTRIfT OF INDI XVA ANA, the Governor has called fot seven or more Companies of Infantry and Ave Com auie of Cavalry from this District Shall he have them ? I call upon you to give the answer. My answer Is, " HE SHALL." Will you endorse it? I thjnk you will. Your couutry needs your services in the army, and oSers you inducements which will enable yon to leave your families amply provided fur. Any oue wishing to recruit for the Uegissent by raising Companies, or parts of Companies, will receive commissions for that purpose by applying to me in writing, accompanied by proper recom mendations,, directed to Mt. Yernon, Posey coun ty, Indiana, until the organization of the en campment. JOHN A. MANN, . Commandant lst District. Other papers In the District please eopv. '-t2lf NEW BOOKS. BEYOND THE LINES, by Capt. Alex. Geer. GALA DAYS, by Gail Hamilton. SOUTHERN HISTORTOF THE WAR LIFE OF STONEWALL JACKSON. ELEANOR'S VICTORY, by Miss. Braddou. A FULL SET OF CHARLES DICKENS' WORKS In papers. All yet out of the 50ceut Edition of Cboper'e Nov 1 els. A FULL SET OK NOVELS, by J. T. Smith, (la paper.) V. AVERLY MAUA8INE, for October. Mad DEMOREST'S Fall Fashion Book. An assortment of the best COOK BOOKS, At D0BELI.' F. M. MACHINISTS. ' " BSSi 1 l I" SSSSSSSSSBSSTSI - mm nmi bOM EVANSVILLE, IND., Mftiinfatturr of STEAM ENGINES, STEAM BOILERS, AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, Of the most Approved Pattern, ALSO Ali kinds of Machinery appertain ing to Railroads, Steamboats, Distilleries, Flouring Mills. SUGAR MILLS, of ai? sizes with the latest Improvement- attached ; Tobacco Screws, Portable Engines, &c., &e., &c. Ho se Fronts, Grates, Rail ing, Ir nandBras; 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 flt up work and repair Hellers Machinery Fill orders will receive onr individual atten tion and will be promptly Oiled on the most reasonable terms. Office and Foundry on the Canal, corner of Ingle Street. mhl7-ly CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. COBPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOB. A PLANS. SIPS WAX . Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereDT ordered aud directed by the Common Council of the City oi jLvansvuie, mil toe owners oi lots or parts ot lots, fronting on or adjoining the north side of Hamilton street from Washington street west ward to corporation line, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side-walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. t, 1S63. COBF0RATI0N NOTICX. ORB EE TO BE1' AIR BILE WALKS. Oct. 3, 1663. 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 ths west side of Goodsell Street from Second to Third streets, in said City, cause the sidewalks thereon to be re paired within thirty days from the publication oi thisorder. A. PFAFFLI1T, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct, 8, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOB A BRICK SIDE WALK. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it Is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of ths City of EvADsrille, that tbe owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the northeast side of First street, from Chesnut to Cherry street, in said City, cause the side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and cause a side walk of Class No. 1 , to be laid down theron within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Cierk. Clerk's Office, Oct. g,18C3. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER rOB A PLANK SIDZ WALK. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered ami directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansrille, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting or aijolning the north-west side ot Gam 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 the-cn within thirty days from the publication of tin order. " A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR A BRICK SIDE WALK. Oct. t, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of tbe City of Evansville, that the owners of lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the southwest side of Sixth street, from Loenst to Walnnt streets, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side-walk of Class No. 1 to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 3, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. OBDEB TO REPAIR SIDE WALK. Oct. 8, 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 er adjoining the southwest sideof Main Street from Third to Fourth Streets, in said City, cause the side walks thereon to be repaired within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 8, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. OBDEB TO BEPAlB SIDEWALKS. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered snd direted by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or para 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 within thirty davs from tbe publication thisorder. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk Evansville, Oct. 8. 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORVER TOR A PLABX SI UK WALK. Oct. 4, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered xiiii directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting ou or adjoining the east side ot Fourtli Avenue, from Seventh and Eighth s tresis, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought lo the proper grade, and that tbey cause n side walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon within t hi rtv days from tbe publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIX. Clerk. Cl ik's Office, Oct. 9, 18C3. CORPORATION NOTICE. OBDEB rOB STOXE CTBBIMOS. Oct. ; , 1863. And now it is hereby ordered snd directed that the owner or owners of the several ' lots or parts of lots ot ground hereafter described, ; oause stoae curbing to be provided nd set at ! the rasnectivt corners on said lots, extending teu feet in each direction from the corners, vix : Lec No. 1(4, on the corner of Locust and Second Streets, and lot No. 40 on tbe corner of Locust and First Streets, In the Original Plan, within thirty davs from the publication of this rder. ' A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerks Office, Oct. 9, 1863. ' CORPORATION NOTICE. OBDEB rOB STOXE CCBB1NOS. cct. 3, 16ii3. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by tbe Common Council of tbe City of evansville iaai me owner or uwuers or lot five in Block seventy-six, in the town of Lamasco City, cause stone curbiug to be provided and set at the corners of said lots, extending twelve feet on Franklin street and fifteen feet on Fifth Avenue, within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Oierk 01erk'9 0ffi, 0t. 9, 1MB. '