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FOTTND A LADIE'5 CLOTH CXOAK AND Chenille Scarf, supposed to have been stolen. The owner cn hare the same by proTing property -i paying for this notice. oc20 LOST Sometime between the Tth and 12th inst. a Memorandum Book, containing some wood accounts of John A T. D. Smyth are of no nse to any one except the owners. An envelope in the book, directed to John S. Garitt. Any person fioding the same, and leaving it at the store of Mr. P. Boyle, First street, or at my honse on division street, will be paid for their trouble. octlo lw. JOHN SMYTH. T70 SALE A FULL BLOODED AYER- red, warranted full blooded, and gives, when ; 1 rw-s d , iour gallons 01 ncn m'.ia at a miiEing. tier last calf is seven months old, and she now gives two and a half gallons of milk at a milking. For particulars call at this office. ocl4-lw lUI SALE OK KENT. A two ftorv frame X' dwe veiling honse, havim? nine rooms. Also for sale a OueStorv Frame dwelline house. having two rooms, a kitchen, and a cellar. Also 40 acre' of land one-half improved, within seven miles of the city. Also for sale a nne lot between Second and Third Streets, fronting thirty -seven feet on Main Street. For further particulars enquire at the office of oct7 LAW St ANTHES. TAILORS WANTED. Six good Tailors can obtain employment, at the best of wages, by applying immediately at DAYID ANDERSON'S, 006 Main Street bet. First and Water. CITY HOTEL FOR RENT The above named honse is favorably located M Water street, opposite the Steamboat Landing, and has lately been pamrea rmrme bm vut, papPTea, ana pw good order for a first class hotel. The long and noted name of this Honse is sufficient guarantee to any person qualified, to insure him. a good busi ness. Will be rented on favorable terms, ifrom 1 to 6 Tears. Enquire of CHARLES HARRINGTON. Evansville Ind., Sept. 23, 1SC3. TUESDAY OCTOBER .20 I?. 31. THAYER, Editor. J. S. S1LVEHTHORN. Associate. ' There were eleven hundred and fifty-eight widows' pensions issued at Washington last month. It is stated that all the crew of the Anglo-rebel pirate ship Alabama are sailors. News Items. Horrible Accident. Martin Cun ningham was run over by a train of cars at Indianapolis, on Friday last, and la terally cut to pieces, portions of his body and the top of his head being scattered several feet apart A large black bear, kept for exhibition at Indianapolis, escaped from his cage one day last week, and created great ex citement by his perambulations through the streets. Several thousand people, men, women and children, joined in the chase, and he was ultimately secured and taken back to his den. Capt Wm. A McClelland, of Detroit, has been authorized to recruit and or ganize two companies of colored men at Indianapolis, for the 1st Michigan colored regiment. Not less than 1,000 colored troops have been taken from this State to fill up the quotas of other States, and white men will have to make up the deficit in the next call, should one be made. Four additional companies of the In valid Ooips hare joined the camp at In. dianapolis, mainly from the Army of the Cumberland. There are now ten companies of this corps at Burnside Barracks. Over 600 car loads of war material have passed through Indianapolis within the last three weeks. Work in the arsenal at Indianapolis has been suspended for want of materi al It will be resumed about the 1st of November. " Patiesce ox a Monument." Val landigham sitting on the dock at Wind sor, waiting for dispatches from the American side, and sadly whistling "Do they miss me at home. Do they miss me, 'Twould be an assurance most dear, To know that this moment some loved ones Were saying 'I wish he were here.' " A peace Democrat is a Democrat who prefers a piece of the Union to the whole of it General Schenck. The Cincinnati papers state that a re port was brought to Covington, on Thurs day, by a gentleman from Falmouth, that a squad of soldiers, who had been sent intj Owen county in pursuit of the murderers of Major Wileman, of the Eighteenth Kentucky Volunteers, had returned with a couple of men, who were identified as the parties who took Major Wileman from his home. They were taken to the very spot where the body of the lamented Wileman was found, and shot One of them escaped, after being wounded. He was tracked by his blood, for several miles. The other man was killed. The Louisville Journal of Saturday nays: The report so industriously circulated about the streets yesterday that a large rebel force had crossed the Cumberland river at Salina, and was marching into this State, is not true. Some seven days ago, Wheeler attempted the passage of the river at the point indicated, but hig signal discomfiture by the gallant Wilder has become a part of the history of the war. We hare the best of reasons for asserting that at the present time there is no considerable body of rebel troops in Kentucky. Even the straggling bands of guerrillas, whose depredations some ten days ago were so bold are being daily depleted by death, wounding, and capture, and steps have been taken by our military authorities to prevent any more of their predatory incursions. A correspondent of the St Louis Dem ocrat declares that General F. P. Blair's repugnance o the restrictions upon the Mississippi river trade arises from the fact that a lot of choice liquors he had ordered shipped to his camp was inter cepted by the aforesaid restrictions, to the great and continued drouth of the aforesaid Blair. No wonder the Confederate Democ racy sympathize with Frank P. They have been dry themselves. At the Louisville Warehouse, the to bacco crop of Buck Bradford, one among the most enterprising planters in Cnria tian county, Ky., was sold at an average of $20 36 per hundred pounds. At the name house a hogshead raised by Thos. Brames sold at $30 per hundred pounds. Capt, Latshaw, the Post yuartermas- ter at Lexington, Ky., has been tried by . mart a and hned SoU.UOO and eentenced to three years' imprisonment for defrauding the Government. Lat shaw is a Canadian by birth, and enlist- ; ed in the Eleventh Illinois cavalry, from Pulton county, in that State. He acted as Battalion Quartermaster in the Elev enth until that office was abolished, , when he received the appointment of Post Quartermaster at! Lexineton. At- tention was first called to his pecula- tions by the heavy amount of his depos its in banks in this city. Some say they reached as high as $00,000. Whatever the amount may have been, the Govern ment has it safely in its possession. Hay. The Quartermaster at Cincin nati refused to accept any of the bids to j furnish Go'.'ernment hay, in response to a late advertisement He seems to have believed that combinations had been formed for the exaction of high prices. . He sent agents into the interior to make ; purchases. In consequence of this ac- ; tion on the part of the Quartermaster, ; a good deal of hay was thrown upon the ' market, and prices at once declined to I 827 ner ton, for prime timothy in bales. ' ' - Ihlfty tOUS prime Sold On I riaay at and ten tons fair at $24. All Quartermasters should have their arrangements made to purchase 4heir hay from producers. JBrough's majority in Mississippi is very large. Texas, Mexico, and the Sandwich Islands remain to be heard from. New Albany Ledger. Yes; and it is somewhat considerable in Ohio, too and that's what's the mat ter. The defeat of the traitor hurts your feelings. flsaThe Hon. Joseph A. Wright, on the 11th inst, was married to Mrs. Caro line R. Deuel, of New York, The Louisville Democrat must feel very sorrowful over the recent elec tions. It said on Wednesday : " The election yesterday in the States of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Iowa, it is probable, settles the policy of this coun try for four or five years, and, in all likelihood, the fate of the Union in all time to come. If the Democratic ticket is defeated in those States, it portends the adheston to the present suicidal policy, with its attendent horrors cf plunder and slaughter." The Democrat is correct, we think, in its opinion that the policy of the country is settled for four or five years. The Conservative faction has not the shadow of a chance to carry a solitary State in the next Presidential electiou. Old Kentucky will go by at least ten thou sand majority for the Free Soil candi date for the Presidency. Freedom is now the fixed policy of this nation. Nashville Union. Col. Carter had a sharp little af fair with Jones's marauders at Blue Spring, Tenn., on the 5th. Making a reconnoissance in force, he came upon the enemy, and, dashing in with his usual energy, left sixteen of them dead on the field and routed the remainder. Our loss is four wounded and seven mis sing. N one known to be killed. Thr- same outrageous gang of thieves who visited the premises of Col. Woodward, near Springfield, Tenn., several days ago, the next day after wards came across Charles Woodson, who lives in Robertson county, near the Kentucky line, and robbed that gentle man of $75 in money. They also relieved some neighbors of their mules and hor ses, and decamped for parts unknown. The wounded recently paroled and returned to our lines at Chattonooga by Bragg, had remained eight days upon the field without having their rounds dressed. The Federal Surgeons who were prisoners were not allowed to touch one of our wounded during the entire time they were there. The enemy had no supplies, and many of our men suf fered terribly. The formation of the State Gov ernment of Virginia is now complete, the capital is temporarily established at Alexandria. The following are the names of the State officers: Francis H. Pierpont, Governor; L. P. C. Cowper, Lieut Governor; L. A. Hagans, Secreta ry of State; G. T. Smith, Tresurer; L. W. Webb, Auditor; F. E. Foster, Adj't General; T. R. Bowden, Attorney Gen eral. What will the Chattanooga-Fugitive Rebel advise l; our style of man " to do now ? Is there any other office it wish es him to take a "turn at?" How would the post of teamster in Bragg'a army suit ? Nashville Union. The Conservatives have been beaten in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana, but have carried the Sto te of Georgia. Nashville Union. Mr. Otis Tutts. of Boston, has received a contract from the Government to build an iron war steamer, on a plan of his own, which will be three hundred and fifty feet long, and of the capacity of about five thousand tons. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BY THE E. A W. LINE. Exclusively for the Journal. Rebel Operations lis MUsUsipplJoe Joniiston'a Army sent to Bragg Rebels bunting down Union Men witb Blood-Hound. Cairo, Oct 18. The Memphis Bulle tin has information from Union refugees, just escaped from the blood-hounds of the Mississippi conscription, that Joe Johnston's force, except one Division, has been sent to reinforce Bragg. There not more than 10,000 rebel troops now in the State of Mississippi. Gen. Loring was at Canton on the 8th, with 5,000 infantry. Joe Johnston has gone to Holly Springs on a tour of in spection. Kichardson, Ross, Whitfield, Blythe, and Chalmers, with bands of obout 500 strong, have gone to different parts of the State, conscripting and robbing. In those counties around Atlanta over 100 blood-hounds are being used to capture Union men. The Memphis & Charleston Railroad and telegraph has been extended to Iuka. The steamer lady Jackson struck a snag and sunk near the mouth of White river. Loss, $25,000; no lives lost Gen. Wadsworth, late of the A the Potomac, arrived to-day, bound South i on a tour oi inspection ot contrabands. The Mobile & Ohio Railroad will be open from Columbus, Ky., to Jackson, Tenn., and thence to Corinth, which is in operation. A large force is now working on the road from Corinth to Decatur, and it is designed to open it from the latter point to Chattanooga. The confederate steamers Argus and Robert Fulton were recently captured in Red River. Collision on Lake Erie A Schooner witn l k.ooo bushels Wheat Lost. Buffalo, October 19. The moneller ! I -rm mm ... , , I 1 j eclipse collided yesterday morning ten j irom iiere wun me schooner ttern- don, sinking the latter, with 18,000 bush eb wheat. One man was killed and two wounded. Lai er from Europe Arrival of the Hibernia. I ihTHER Point, October 19. The Hi bervi from Liverpool on the 8th and Lou.. ii the 9th, has passed here Cotton irregular, and declined id. Rreadstuffs steady. Wheat more firm. : Flour dull and tending downward. Pro-1 visions steady. Consols 92J93 for j money. MARRIED. On the 15th int., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. B. L. Fould, Mr. Abbaham Gcbbuts, Jr , to Miss Psiscii.ta Disr.i.i4FKEi., all of this city. Acrompauyiug the above w the compliment" of the newly married coup e to the printers. The cake was moat magnificent, and " ye local." who is a connoisseur in such matters, affirms that the Catawba can't be beat in this sevtiou of country. May the future of the young couple be as clear and cloudless as a summer sky, und as full of happi ness as is ever allotted to mortals in this life. official" EvavsviiiLK, October 20, 1863. A LIST OF UTTERS KfiJlAlMMits lut Post Office at ;EvansvilU, Indiana, Oct. 18, 1863. Persons calling for there lett-rs will please say "Advertised," and give date of list. Advertising fee, one cent. LAMM' LIST. Abel P Angei Nancy C Alverson Laura Ballard L C R 'iman Irena Berkman Mollie Bowles Lucy Blackburn Lucinda Boyd Nicey Mrs Burnet Marthia Beard Dielly Bramble Phebe Berry Ella Love R E Mrs Lat .1 inn- Latshaw Llsra B box 17" Lereaith Mollie Morgan Sarah Matheny Matt Mrs Mitchell Mary Ann Myer J A Mrs Marrott Susan D Murphy Alis Maxweli Adelia Moreland E Mrs McOutclieon Mary McCutcheon Desire McClure Alice Newman Sallie Nightingale Jesse Newman Amanda Nightingale Mollie Newmau Louisa Ogden Amanda Price Jane Peck Sarah E Perkius Mollie Ptistuer Louisa Payne Kate Privette Dora Pickhardt Adeliue Perry Maria E Palmer Amanda Ram Sallie Reed Nancy J Redman Annie Rou Sarlh Reives Carrie Strange Mary Short Lucinda Stolze Elisabeth 2 Sullivan Lnlia 2 Childs Srvn. Clau4 Martu.i Oerbley M' Cruft Salle Cochman I Ita Daton Lou Donely Caroline Duskey Catherine Daugherty Fannv Dclauey Elizabeth Exs Coeline L Elton Lisey Ellis Elizabeth Egan Maggie Fowlrr Nancy Jane Fredericks Eue Faircbild C M Grem Martha E Grant Fanny ftariisoa Jennie Great house Bertha 2 Garris Polls Gileson Jane Hamton Caroline Hastings Emily II'. use Nancv Hutchinson Delauey MrsSnowden Eliza Hillyard Jane Teutshe Mary HarriKL'ton Lina Tomlinson Mollie Hutchinson Eusath J Miger Josephine Hurst F L I'sirz Martha Hutchinson Hazekia MrsVaughn M J. Mrs Hartte Kate Walker Eliza Mrs Hastinhs Emma Jones Eliza A Rally Emily Kleinwort Augusta King Victoria Kirkman Mary Linxwiler Wm Mrs Linn Mary E Lawrence Jane Lair Kate Weaver Abbie 2 Walker Margaret Weber Louisa Williamson Lizzie Wilkey Amelia Wright Elizabeth M Wells HM White Mary Zahn Charlotte Mjs Initials Miss L K . GSJCTLSMBN's LIST. AgeWA Miller JehnL 2 Hitres Jonathan 2 HoB'IMitchem John 2 Briggs John B lcher C W Brown Ewd Blackburn Harrison Brown John Bailey L 8 Cunningham Frank M Cantpers Wm. Hos'i Mim Joseph 6 Melville W K Moore Wm A Mecham Napoleon Mobbs Napoleon Miller John G Meelnk John Miller Peter Mcllfresh T A McDonald Roone McCord ft Bradley Newberry Henry O 2 Niblack Judge Natt Andrew Noll Clay Pnyx Hrrbert 2 Ogden Ti os 2 Ostrander Jas B 2 Osterman Frank Pelton John C Pond P Palmer R H Percival Gilbert Pool Rev A W Pool Solomon Remlew Wm Ruske Dr Thoi Ross M Rogers Win Reitt Louis Reynolds B W Rich Steven Shunk David Sars Albert Shout A B Shutz G P Steinle Carl Shulte Jos Smith M R Smith Samuel B Sneads T Sacks Alexander Simpson John Stinchneld John Stewart Cbss Swift J H Stokelz Robert Stinson G W U Stiusop O H Totten Cornelius Thomas Cassin Tvlor Edgar White A S Wild J Relatives of Vincent Weiser Whitten Fred Welborn O M Welters John Wade Wm Wiuterhe'.mer Konrad Wullihau S S Wilson Wm W Y7ilgothT2 Williamson Sam'l Whipple George Wallin David Wei mi re Mr Williamson Thos G Williams A G Wolf H Williamson Thus D Cooper John Claak Mere Crane James M Cobb R L Clark James F Clsrk Moses Crant John Cullienen John Conklin Benj Clayton B J Dodds Wm hospital Doake Charles " Day L B Dunn W N Deen Phiiip Dixon Wm Dean John Elliott Bartlett Ersklne W J Faucet Charles Ford ft Webler Fisher John W Foulks John Fleager Jchn Galliger Mr boq 689 3 Grane Jamas Ghle F Griffiths William Gray William Green Sylvester A Gwathney S Goddard W S Hyde C C Hatchet Doct Hapley Wm HAiMr Hurv Hemei Krosh Haas John Hannah John Hightower Hanemon Hyde Homer C Higgius Timothy Hawkins John N Hooker Geo M Hopkins R D Hester Wm McK Hnbbard John Hammar Henry Hortb Jas C Jesaop Fletcher Johnson Henry Jobnsad Chas L bosp'l Jarvi ; Thas M Johnson Samuel A Jones Jas H Jacobs Mr Jrine R H Kirkley A King Jas W Levi Henry B 9 box 73 Long M H Linn Robert D Lohnes Geo Lee J P Lee Richard JAMES H. M.NEKLY, P. M. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. United States Marshal's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE TO me directed from the Clerks Office of the District Court of the United States for the District of Indiana, I will on TUESDAY, THE 20TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1863, at George Foster's Warehouse, corner of Locust street and Canal, In the city of Evansville, Indi ana, offer for sale at PUBLIC AUCTION FOR CASHfl One-half Keg Powder, one Bag Shot, throe Kegs and seven Pounds Powder, four Trunks and seven Satchels, cotaining Needles, Combs, Notions, and Fine Cutlery ; one Box Medicine ; twenty-five Boxes Blackberry Wine. It having been condmu ed and forfeited to the "United States as enemies property, and the Marshal ordered by the Court to sell the same. DAVID G. ROSE, U. S. Marshal. By S 8 Riacunr, DP sty. ootS GROCERIES. HAMS 3,000 pounds extra Hams At H. A. COOK'S. CRANBERRIES 3 just received at bbls. choice Cranberries At H. A. COOK'S. NAILS 50 kegs assorted Nails At H. A COOK'S. COFFEE 40 bags Rio Coffee just received At H. A. COOK'S. s UGAR 10 hhds. choice P. R. Sugar AtH.A. COOK'S LARD OIL 5 bbls. Winter Strained Lard Oil At H. A. COOK'S. COAL OIL 60 bbls. best quality Coal Oil just received At H. A. COOK'S. TjGGS 200 doxen fresh Eggs At H. A. COOK'S DRIED BEEF i,000 Cured Dried Beef pounds extra Sugar At H. A. COOK'S. 100 NESTS GERMAN MARKET BASKETS ; 4 in a nest. At H. A. COOK'S. CHEESE 75 boxes rich Western Reserve Cheese ; 15 boxes English Dary Cheese, At H. A. COOK'S. SOAP 50 boxes St. Louis German Soap; 5oTxs St. Louis Palm Soap ; At H. A. COOK'S. LARD 15 boxes prime Leaf Sterine Lard At H. A. COOK'S $400 BOUNTY! CAPTAIN TOM. WILLIAMSON, OF THE Old Fourteenth Regiment, is authorized 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 5J02 for new. Now Is the time to ' step forward. Recruiting Office at Captain Hynes', Provost Marshal's Office. Transportation from all points i on the E. fc C. R. R. furnished. sep30. $50 REWARD. OT0LEN, FROM THE UNDERSIGNED, A Sorrel Mare, in good order, about 11 vears old and with foal; has a white ring around 'the left hind leg. I will give the above reward for the ap prehension of the thief and mam; or $25 for the recovery of the mare alone. S. 80REN80N, No. 30 Water Street, Evansville, Ind. octl!)-2w A 3COMMODATI0N EXPRESS WM. STRUBLF HAS PREPARED HIMSELF to fill all orders for carrying goods, or movcarues to any parr ot in? city on sncrtest no tice, and in tho most satisfactory manner. Head quarters on Main Street, between Second and Third, over Nelson's Old Auction Room, oct8-lwd WM. 6TRUBLE. TWATCHES & JEWELRY. TCHES I T ( ! AND JEWELRY, AT Wholesale and Retail. GEO. A. BITTROLFF Has just opened at the old stand No. 48 One of Lbe largest and bent selected stoeks of WATCHES, ' CLOCKS Diamond Rings and Fins, Silver Ware, Silver Caps, Soup Ladles, Table and Tea Spoons, Napkin Rings, Batter Knives, 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 i the lowest figures for Cash Call and examine my stock before purchasing eisewnere. GEO. A. BITTR0LFF, sepS No. 48 Main Street. PENS, SOAP, &c., &c. Sand and Emery Paper. , GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SAND AND L Emery Paper just received at SOHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. Cooking Extracts. LARGE STOCK AND GOOD ASSORT MENT of Cooking Extracts just received at SCHLAK PEER'S Drug Store. Essence of Coffee. JgSSENCE OF COFFEE JU8T RECEIVED AT SCLAEPFE'3 Drugstore. Mustard. THE VERY BEST QUALITY OF MUSTARD for sale at SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store. Soap. A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SOAPS il i lust received and for sale at SCHLAEPFER'S Ding 8tore. Steel Pens. A LARGE A SORT. WENT OF STEEL PENS and Lead Pencils, of the best brands, for sale at SOHLAEPFER'S Drugstore. CARY'S CAUOH CURE FOR SALE AT SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store HOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC BALSAM FOR the Cure of Coughs and Colds ; just received and for sale at SCHLAEPFER'd Drug Store. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Commissioner's Sale of Valuable Real Estate. M1HE UNDERSIGNED COMMISSIONER AP A lHdnted by the Vaoderbnrgli Circuit Court in a suit iu paetUiop w herein Sophia D. Gridlev and Wawsro defendants, to make sale of the" Bess Estate bstoasjiaa t.j the narties to said suit to-wit: To the ht-irs nr Horac e Dunham deceased will, in pursuance of the dei ieeof said Court on the 28th day of October, MS, between 10 o'clock a. ni. and 6 o'clock p. m., at the Court House door, in the City of Evansville, Indiana, proceed to sell at Public Auriion, the following described Real la tate to-wit : All those tracts or parcels of laud and ii.ii ii'u niug mm oeing in ine iOunty ot Van derburg and State of Indiana, known and describ ed as follows : The north-east Quarter of .... . 1 thirty-two (32) the south-west quarter of sec j tion thirty-two (38), 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 iu township six (6), south oi range ten no) west, in theVmcennes Land District. Also, all those parts of fractional sections five and six (5) and (6), in township seven (7), south of range ten (10) west, contained within the following boundary i that is to say, commencing at the cor ner of fractional section thirty-one (31), in town ship six (6), which corner is situate on the bayou bank nearly opposite the Graen River Island, and running thence east twenty-five (25) chains and forty-eight (48) links to the north-west corner of fractional sectiou flvo (5), township seven (J), thence running east on the township line fifty (50) chains, thence south nine (U) chains and fifty.six (56) links, thence west seventy three (73) chains and forty-four (44) links to the top of the above mentioned bayou bank, thence along said bayou bank to the place of beginning, containing 71 18-100 acres. Also, the north west quarter of the south-west quarter of sec tion sixten (IB), in township seven 7) south, of range eleven (11) west. Also, lots one hundred and eighty-six, the inside half of lot one hundred and ninety-seven, being the half oi said lot adjoin ing lot 198, said lot 197 being divided by a line running from front to rear, through the center thereof, lots one hundred and ninety-eight, two hundred and thirty -four, two hundred and thirty five, and two hundred and thirty- ix, (186 of 197, 198, 234, 235, and 236,) all iu the Donation Enlargement of the City of Evansville. Also, lot eight (8) and the adjoining half of lot nine (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 end of said lot 2.IB is subject to a lease from the 1st day of January, 1859, for a term of eleven years, at a ground rent of eighty dollars per year. The above described lands comprise over 550 acres in a body adjoiuging this city, which are platted iuto garden lots, and will be sold in small parcels to suit purchasers, of which maps can be sees at the office of Asa Igleheart. TERMS. One-fourth cash, the remainder in three equal annual installments, to be secured by notes with approved surety waiving relief laws and bearing interest. HIRAM NELSON, Asa Iqlehiabt, (Jtanmissioner. attorney. septStf DRUGS, &c. WM H. P. STODDARD, No. 17 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND. fMPORTER, MANUFACTURER, AND DEAL A er In Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Glass, Brushes, Lamps, Dye Stuffs, and all articles usually kept in a first class Drug Store, with a Urge and varied assortment of Patent Med. icines and Perfumery, together with every descrip tion of Ambrotype and Photograph Goods, con sisting f Cameras. Chemicals, Cases and Frames constantly on hand, and sold at reasonable prices Orders from Merchants and Artists promptly attended to, and forwarded as instructed. TO PRINTERS-ANDPUBLISHERS. Just received a fresh lot of Wade's Printing Ink, comprising Book, Card and au assortment of Colored Inks in cans, at WM. H. P. STODDARD'S. 17 Main street. ALEXANDER'S PATENT CEMENT, FOR Roofing and Railroad aud Steamboat pur poses. A very superior and durable article at 17 Main Street. lK. JiilHi'S PERIODICAL DROPS HAVE nrrjvsu. Law ana srst a bottle at 17 Mmln I Strv; COAL 01 L A superior article ; white and near ly inoderons, for sale by the gallon or bar rel, at 17 Main street. LAMPS, LAMPS A new supply just received, t 17 Main street. BULL'S FAlf!TOCK'87McLANE'S anYa variety of other Vermifuges, at the City Drug Store, 17 Main Street. T:TT SHALLENBERGElt'S FEVER AND AGUE Antedote for salaat 17 Main Street. BRUSHES An endless varieofkindsaad qualities can be had at 17 Main Street. Notice of Aoolication for License. TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL I i.i apply to the Board of Covnty Commissioners of Vanderburgh County, at their next term, com- I mepcing on tne first Monday in December, 1H63, for license to sell intoxicating liquors in a less ! quauuty tban a quart, tor the term of one year. My place of doing business Is on tho corner of W ,t.T and Vine Streets, Lot No. 21, Old Plan of the- Otty of Evansville. sop24w3w JOHN HENDERSON. MACHINEST. OBB1ST1AM K&ATZ WN. HB1L1XAM. KRATZ Sl HEILMAN, City 1 ii n ci i,y , Manufacturers and Builders of i Steam Engines and Boilers, Saw ana Grist Mill Ma chinery, Tobacco Screws, Gumming Machines, uninese sugar cane Kill, THRESHING MACHINES, &c, EVANSVILLE, IND. i ' PHK PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY FOUND- X ry beg leave to inform their friends and the nublic in general, that they are prepared to do all kinds of Macnine & Finishing Work And everything appertaining to th. Foundry bus iness. They are manufacturing Steam Engines and Boilers of any size and pawer required. Saw Mill Machinery and Mill Gearing of any size ; Dis tillery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws, Gumming Machines, Threshing Machines, Malt Mills, Horsepowers, Corn Shelters, Machinery of all kinds mads and repaired ; Iron and Brass Cast ings of every description, Iron Honse Fronts, Cel lar Grates, ftc. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, ftc. Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c. upplied with every description of Copper and .Sheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators, Attemporators, Sparges, Stillheads and Worms ou au improved principle, Columns for Alcohol Stills, Yeast Jugs, Cans, Syphons, ftc. ; Copper, Lead and Iron Pipe ; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every variety, for lteer, Spirits, Oil) ftc. Brass Cocksaud Valves, Steal Whistles, ftc. Warkmen sent to all parts to fit np work and do repairs on Sb-am Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron Work, dc. Old Metals Bought. They are dealing in and selling Allen's improv ed Steam Gnage, wrought Iron Welded Pipes and Tubbing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Ma chines, Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators, German Bolting CUth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing, Hose, ftc., of the best kind ; Tinplate, Sheet Iron Block Tin, Pig Iron, Babit Metal, Spelter, Fire Brick. They have every facility of the best Machinery and workmen, and will give all work entrusted to them, their individual attention, filling ordnrs promptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied with reasonable prices. 40fflce and Sale Rooms, Foundry, Boiler-yard Machine Shop on Pine street, between First and econd streets, Kvsnsvill Ind. dec1! HARDWARE, GEO. S. SONNTAG&CQ., Jobbers and Importers. Hardware and Cutlery. Our Pall Stock being very large and complete, we can offer to our Customers and the Trade, Goods that can not fail to please in Style, Quality and Price. , Our Stock is now bought for Cash, and prices reduced. We offer the following in large quantites: TABLE CUTLERY, Euglisb. TAB LB CUTLERY, American. TAB LB CUTLERY, English. TABLE CUTLERY, American. POCKKT CUTLERY. POCKET CUTLERY. POCKET CUTLERY. POCKET CUTLERY. caoppina ax a CHOPPING A X RM. CHOPPIXQ AXE3 CHOPPIXO AXES SHEARS AND SCISSORS SHEARS AND SCISSORS SHEARS AND SCISSORS SHEARS ANB SCISSORS TABLB AND TEA SPOONS. TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. TABLB AND TEA SPOONS. TABLB AND TEA SPOONS. MILL AND CUT SAWS MILL AND H CUT SA WS WOOD A NO HAND SAWS. WOOD AND HAND SA WS. BUILDER'S HARDWARE. MECHANIC'S TOOLS. BUILDER'S HARDWARE, MECHA NIC 8 TOOLS GUNS AND PISTOLS. CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS. SUNS ATD PISTOLS. CARTRIDGES AND C.UX CAPS PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES. PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES. SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS. GEO. S. SONNTAG &. CO., No. 10 Main Street. OYSTER DEPOT. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OYSTER DEPOT. BW T AM SOLE AOENT FOR STILE'S CELE- 1 BRATKD Corn-fed Oysters. Received dailv by Adam's Express Company. Orders promptly filled. WM. CALDWBLL, No. 8 First Street. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OYSTER 9Ji RCDnT FOR SALE. THRESH WIBTER AHPLE CIDER FOE A Apple-Butter, by PHILIP SCHRIMBR. o18-lw Oox. Sixth and Division Streets INSURANCE AGENCY. INSURANCE AGNCY J. W. NEXSEN, Marble 3all, Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND., tTnderwriter and General In surance Agent. Adjuster of Fire Losses and ; notary ruuau. AH business connected with Insurance attended to vrith promptness and fidelity. Polices issued in several ol the oldest and most reliable Uomp rues in the Union. FIRE, LIFE and MARINK. ombined Cash Capital Rep resented over $5,0 00 ,000 00 P REPARF IN TIME AGAINST THE THE FIRES OF FALL!! BY Prime A No. 1 Insurance IN TUB Phoenix Insurance Company OF HARrrORD CONN. The Fruits of the Phoenix Are manifest in the following statemeBt of jF", tsdbFlsures Showing the amount equalized to public benefit in (he shape of losses paid in the West and Seuth, luring the past four years ; a line of valuable eer- honorable as well as commendable, and which uld suggest 33 every man who desires to bestow his'iaturanc patronage upon a WELL TRIED CORPORATION Mo,277.45 OHiO . V77 .46 fBtMmM INDIA NA T ...22.94 69,174.56 ILLINOIS 174.66 32,670,08 MICHIGAN ,670.08 31,2.'0.13 WISCONSIN 84,920.13 19,323.34 IOWA 18,323.34 8,653.10 MINNESOTA 8,53.10 1,67.00 NEBRASKA 1,167.00 8,765.00 ......KANSAS 9,765.00 31,054.36 KENTUCKY 34,054.36 43,054.90 TENNESSEE... 43.x54.90 20,832.55 MISSISSIPPI 20,832.55 27,698.83 MISSOURI 27,698.83 22,839.43 ARKANSAS 22,839.48 3,861.98 TEXAS 3,901. 9 A55.56 ALABAMA BSC 56 7m ih' -'."!' ' ' - adjustment, and yrvmpt Cash re ine to losses, the PHQZKIX stands pre-eminently at the head of iU profession ; while Us extensive, practi Heal, and first -class business system of locul agencies, ( tu'tt excelled by any similar corporation in the world. Insuraucies solicUed, and policies issued and re ut.ui'd in this leading Corporation, at fair rates by J. W. NEXSEN, Resident Agent, office, Marble Hall Building, Main street. Cash Assets, January 1st, 1862, $1,992,585.89. . Losses Paid, Upward o 14,000,000. The great public service, promptness and rella i hility of this well-tried and sterling Company, r ' commend it to preference with those neediag Iu- snranco. ssr insurance solicited ana foncies issnM Dj J. W. NEXSEN, Agent, febB Marble Hall Building, No. 9. Main st. WATCHES & JEWELRY. J. L. BITTROLFF, JR., No. 1, North First Stree. An eutirety new Stock of Watches and Jewelry, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, &c. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE public that I have opened an entirely n.ew and fashionable stock of the above goods, which, hav ing been bought for cash, I am prepared to sell at prices as low as the lowest, and warrant every article to be just as represented. From long ex perience in the business, I am confident of giving satisfaction, and hopo to merit a share of the pub lic patronage. Personal attention paid to repairing Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. J. L. BITTROLFF, J octl7-lmdw No. 1, North First Street. NOTICE. " WHEREAS, R. L. POWERS, LATE MT partner, has left for parts unknown, and taken with him all the moveable property belong ing to the concern, leaving me to pay all the debts, I hereby warn any person against selling hini anything in the name of our firm as I will not be responsible for any debts of his contract ing. Any information In'regard to the said R. L. Powers will be thankfully received by me at New burg. Indiana. JAS. A McGILL. Oct. 17, 18i;3.-lw REGULAR PACKET. LOW Water Arrangement. Monday and Thursday Packet. ryHE FINE LOW WATER PACKET, West Capt. CRANE. ginia, Clerk HALL. Will leave Evansville every Monday aud Thursday at 12 Jb&J and all wav landinc o'clock, noon, for Padutah and all way landings. She will carrv freight at the Dexter Line. CARD RATES for high water. John B. Hall will receive and store freight for her any dav or night free of charge. She will run for the accommodation of the pub lic, and solicits a share of public patronage. ocl6tf JNO. B. HALL, Agent. PAPER MILLS. EVANSVILLE PAPER MIJVI.S, I.EICH A ( AKLSTEDT, Agents. WE MANUFACTURE WRAPPING PAPER equal to any made, and at : : . innati prices. Prioes seat on application to the Agents, jylOdflm GROCERIES. FRESH FIGS 500 Just received by Irums 8. E. very choice quality GILBERT A- CO. CIGARS A large stock from Cummon to Fine Havana forealelowby sep30 S. E. GILBERT i CO. C10DA 150 Kegs, beet quail;?, for sale low. in I.,., tn the trade. sep30 S K. GILBERT St CO. KENTUCKY MUSTARD " ' 100 Boxes, 2 dot, each, ep30 At8. E. GILBERT CO CAROLINA TAU In 10 and 2 gallon Kegd, and Wagon Tar in Barrels, for sale sep.10 By S. E. GILBERT A CO RIFLE POWDEK In Kegs and ha ?es and half nound Canistera. fur ... i- low. sep30 By 8. E. GILBERT t CO. CI OVERNMENT NORTHERN I'lTCuZlO bbls Xfor sale by 8. E. GILBERT 4 CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street. SYKli by ;p 1M l.hls., different brands, for sale low S. E. GILBERT & CO. or A, i V"SW ORLEANS SUGAR -CJ hhcU,. Uii to -Li prime, for sale low by S. E. GILBERT A CO. NEW MUSIC. TIST RECEIVED A SPLENDID LOT OF tj New Musio, among which will be found " DARLING, HOW CAN I FORGET THEE," By the anthor of "Whan this Cel War is Over," and will become as popular as the latter piece. "DEAR MOTHER I'LL COMB HOME TO DIE." By the same author. KISS ME MOTHER E RE I'M DEAD." By M. Keller. WARREN ft CONYNGTON, octl5 No. 1 Main Street, Evansville. FOR SALE. House and Lot for Sale. qne OF THE MOST DESIRABLE RKPI- DENCES in the city for sale; in complete i order, containing ten Rooms with Chan ilaliers and Bracketts for Gas, two brick Cisterns, Stable, Wood, Coal and Out-Houses, a good dry brick i Cellar 18 feet square, well lighted. The House is wood heavy oak frami (lands j back 10 feet from the street, leaving a beantiful 1 front yard. Corner Lot 75 by 300 feet, enclosed i with a good substantial fence. Corner of Oak and : Water streets, above the residence of Robert Barnes. Esq. Enquire of ctl0-tf CHARLfS BABCOCK, No. 8 Main Street. LYON'S COLUMN. LYON 5 2 9 D 5S o 50 K O w "3 D i ' 9 S O g T3 c 5 Q c I -a 3 - 53 I d a B & P K B. d 3 p 03 o -tJ m o o p CO tr !Z5 a O a sj s c 5 a 5- -1 c i 09 0 c o. pr 2. 3 55 K i i 55 M - 3 o - ra S. . o ra q ts o S3 V 2. 5' 3Q c a 'St s. 5" D 05 O ft tn tr. s o 03 O CO o GO a ra ra 3 p- s' p s P t a p o o -1 a. a o s ac Cf o a a w s Br i 3 Q c CO r c 3 1 -1 -t 5 P -i o on Z. a, o er o Os 3 o ST. O P S CP a p Ot LYON 3 o a. tr co 2? a m r s- ; ra m r- E C9 a 2 & - co P D a o 2. 5' OKI 55 O O 55 B S ou b a p a a. a o 4 3" P 3 o ra or- a HOP p a (9 3 p 0. 3 a. ' a p 3 o -I a a "3 3 p c C9 P a a. 55 S3 cr a 3 ra "-a 1-1 S o c. t c OB & 5 3 ra Csm 5 m CO -- I 2. Z 5' o ' i cr 51 I ra - ra a a CO CO O S3 H S W 55 H O s n H 55 O "S O 3 c 3i. a ra 3 p a ra P D a hi 2 i w 2 ? fT o a a o a 3 p a c ra a 5" 35 a- 3 a p s B C o B p B s "3 -I C 3 35 r w p a p 3 3 ra 3 3 ra 3- $12 3- ra 9 P OB a p cr O 3 ra a 5 CO o pr o a P 2 s ra a tr i W 8 O. B" a 3 P 7 o CO D P B El B L-!Ji I ra H. Lf ON. MEAT SHOP Baols. Again ! MEAT SHOP REOPENED BT COHN & LEVY, Butchers At their old stand, Cor. of Second and Chesnnt Sts., U'HERE THEY RESPECTFULLY INVITE all their o'd customers and all those wish ing to fat good mat to give them a call. oct!3-3t I ACTION & COMMIS'ION j Old Auction House and a Hew Aue -tioneer. JJ. COHN, HAVING RENTED THE OLE . Auction Room on the corner of Main and Third Streets, Evansville, for a term of years, will continue tha Auction snd Commission business, : ind attend to selling all kinds of Goods, Furniture, ; Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Horses, Cattle, all . kinds of Manufactured Articles, Ac. Liberal ad- ' t rancementE. made on consignments. Prompt attention wiU be given to all goods en rusted to my care. (mart) J. J. COHN. CLOTHING. The Best is always the Cheapest. Espeoislly is this true of OLOT HIN Gr 4KB Gents' Fiirnishing Good. Test it by calling on J. H. GARLIN, Wo. 8 FIRST STREET, SEA B POST-OFFICE,) EVANSVILLE. IND. rHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE turned from the East, where he has laid in one of the best stocks of Clothing aad Gents' Fur nishing Goods ever brought to this City. My Cloths, Casaimeres, Vestings. 4c, were selected with an eye single to quality and style ; aud hav ing become conversant with the tasts of our peo ple, am satisfied that in this particular my Goods will give excellent satisfaction. Gents Furnishing Goods of svary description will also be found at inv establishment such as Gloves. Hosiery, Nsck-Tiss, Shirts, Collars, Sus penders, Ac. My facilities for manufacturin Clothing are excellent; and as for Cutting Garments to fit no satisfaction no pay. I ask no one to take a mean fitting garment off my hands. Over-Coatings of every variety snd style will be found at my atablishmsat. Though it may sound unreasonable toi k Overcoats during ths " heated term," we nugst remember that in "peace is the timetot-iv ra for war," and in Summer make our preparations for the cold blasts of Winter. No belter 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 motts at No. S is, " Promises punctually fulfilled." Before ordering Fall or Winter suits Gents will consult their own interest by examining my Goods and Prices. Remember the place So. 8 First Street, (near Post Office.) aaglS J. H. C ARLIN. WHOLESALE CLQTHIN& HOUSE! GOLDMAN, BERG & CO., JNTO. 0 North First St., Evansville ; BRANCH OF GOLDMAN, BERG & CO., No. 806 Market Street, Philadelphia, Ws have now ready a very large selected stock of jt Fall S Winter Clothing AND Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. SHAWLS, BLANKETS TRAVELING SHIRTS. Boys' Olotlxiixg, IN GREAT VARIETY, To which we desire to call the attention of ths trade. Our Goods being all manufac tured by ourselves, buyers have Only One Profit to Payv We feel confident that our prioes are fully as law as those of any other House in the Wsst. All Goods Warranted. sep5 UNITED STATES Wholesale Clothing AND FURNISHING HOUSE. Clothing for the Million! L. L0EWENTHAL & CO., gain In the market, at ths old well knows stand Cor. Main and First Sts., j i (Which has been rebuilt aad enlarged.) with ths largest and best selected stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING AXD Geutlemen s Furnishing Goods Ever Opened In this Market. OCR OLD CUSTOMERS ANI THE TRADE generally are respect tally invited to call and examine oor Goods aad prioss before purchasing elsewhere, as ws tsel assured we can offer supsrisr inducements to CASH buyers. Vue -f our firm resides in Sow Tork. ana has had many years experience in buying and mann iscturiog, and devotes his whole time to Purchasing and Superintending the Manufacturing Department, And as we buy exclusively for CASH, ws ean and will sell as low to the trade as any House East or West "-T."" HssHsMsMssMbsBHsbHss TO LET. j Business Property to Let. ijp. BY ISO FEET, COTtNIR )F MAIN AND I t ' fourth Straets, will be 1st rers term. Per sons wishing to lease ean have the whole or o quarter, or ejie-nalf, as they may desire. Enquire of AMt IGLIHEABT, or autttf JlV. sH Ah'KLI N