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y mi TUESDAY OCTOBKB lO TffiEFUNNYCORNEE From the Cincinnati Tim.-. Window Gardening. "Sow the cold autumn dews are seen To cobweb eYery green ; And by the low shorn rowan doth appear The fast declining year." October, in the floral department, re minds us of the departing gems that decorated the parterre through the sum mer, and admonishes us, at the same time, that we should seek and substitute others to succeed them, to ornament the window during the tedious months of winter. There is work to perform, if we wish to accomplish that object, therefore it behooves us to be on the alert. In the first place, all tender perenni als and biennials, placed out of doors during spring and summer, belonging to and intended for window gardening, will require immediate attention so that all may assume freshness and gayety, and make healthy plants to beguile our leis ure hours. All such plants should be potted, trimmed,, and brought into the house with as little delay as possible: for all that contributes to our pleasure in ornamenting-, will necessarily have a claim on us to assist their nature in the present and future development in their organic structure in flowering. This can and should be fostered with assiduity forthwith. Without an effort, the plants at this time may cause some disappointment through the winter and early spring. The topsoil of the camel lia should be removed and supplied with fresh soil, and syringed and brought into the house. At first, water with caution; give them all the air possible, so that the plants should feel the change of re moval as little as possible for too sud den change, without necessary precau tion, will cause flower buds to drop, and deprive the plants of the greatest orna ment to recommend them to floral beauty. Tender roses planted in the open ground should be taken up, trimmed, pot ted, watered and placed in the shade for ten or twelve days, to make fresh roots; then, placed in the window, the young wood will oon put forth and produce flowers. Rose cuttings taken in June, also those of the geranium family, should be potted off singly, and brought into the house and placed to receive the morning sun. Chrysanthemums in, the ground should be potted off in damp or cloudy weather, and kept in the shade for a few days and watered freely. These plants should not be housed unless the weather should be severer for this reason, the leaves will wither and appear scorched and unsightly. Neither should the plants be placed too close together, or the effect will be the same place other plants be tween them. The chrysanthemums, if touched by light frost, will not be in jured, but will rather induce them to flower earlier. On that point the ama teur must use discretion. Orange and lemon trees should now be re-potted. Before so doing, examine the roots, and if any part should be found mouldy, trim off the infected part with a sharp knife, and fill up the vacancy with fresh soil ; wash the wood with a sponge and soap-suds, and place them where re quired. These plants will withstand considerable frost; still it is well to guard against it, or the fruit may fall off. Provided there is none 'on, and deficient room in the parlor, they will do as well in tne cellar, tsoth should be watered sparingly through the winter, for, if over watered, the leaves will fall off and will not be renewed again before spring. Oleanders in the ground should be lifted with precaution, and placed, if large, in a tub or box. On lifting them, great care is necessary so that the root-fibres are not injured, or the tops will droop, and may not resume their position again. When these plants grow large, they are of no more service to the window, and should be placed in the cellar out of the reach of the frost. Large plants thrive best out of doors during the summer months. Polyanthu ses may be divided, also the China prim rose for early blooming. These should be placed near the window, but not al lowed to come in contact with frost. n ,1 i m . oeeaung annuals, ot sufficient size, should now be potted and placed in the window. If encouraged and treated well, they will commence flowering in February and March, and make a beau tiful appearance at that season for an nuals are a beautiful class of flowers which, with little trouble, can be brought to flower at almost any season, and lor that reason are valuable, more especially for window gardening. Bulbous-rooted plants, such as hya cinths and tulips, both single and double van trots, jonquils, narcissus, daffodils, ixias, oxalis, crocuses, and many other bulbs, may be potted and kept in the cel lar or some .'ark plaew until the middle of December; or the pots may be buried in the open zround. four inches deep, which is prefe-able. In the middle of December take them up, wash the pots clean and place them in the window to develope their flowers in February and March. Hyacinth and other bulbs, flow ered in glasses of water, are both novel and- interesting, and at first should be placed in a dark room or cellar till the roots have grown about two inches long, then placed in the window through the day, and at night removed to where frost will not reach them; for, if allowed to freeze, the glass will break. When the foliage ha3 grown about three inches, re verse their position daily, to retain sym metry of form, otherwise the light will draw them on one side. Remember, in placing bulbs in glasses, the crown only should touch the water; the roots will descend, which will sup port the stem. The water should be changed once a week, or oftener should it become fetid. After flowering, they may be thrown away, as the bulbs are then good for nothing" There are many shrubs ornamental, either in or out of flower, that may be placed in the window and show to advantage; for it must not be supposed that all placed in the win dow will flower in the winter; each have their season, but good management will causc them to flower early. All that is necessary is encouragement, which per severanqf will accomplish. THE FLOWER GARDEN. Hardy bulbs tulips, hyacinths, fritil lareas, lilies, crocuses, &c, may be planted in the open ground the last of this month. Tender bulbs the gladio lus, tuberose, tinger -flower, jacohaea lily and others, planted in spring, should be taken up, and, when sufficiently dry, packed away for next season. Dahlia's, two weeks after frost has killed the foli age, should be taken up, dried and pack ed in a barrel, with hay, and examined about Christmas, and, if found mouldy, dried in the sun and re-packed again. After the 25th of December, hardy roses, evergreens, and other shrubs may be re moved with safety, but the sooner the better; and the ground should be mulch ed with old manure round the roos and remain until spring, then forked in with out disturbing the roots. Divide the roots of perennials, such as the feverfew, scarlet lychnis, rose campion and other fibrous-rooted plants. Carnations, pinks, canterbury belle, fox glove and other half-hardy plants, should be placed in a frame and covered with glass, to protect them from snow and rain during winter, and will flower to perfection next season. Frost will not ' injure them if protected with glass. Rake up all dead leaves and decayed flower I stems to preserve neatness, and manure such beds that require it; and turn them I over when practicable during winter, : which will have a tendency to destroy me seea ot weeas ana tne cut-worm as well. Habraxthus. NOTICE. To All Whom it May Concern. ""OTICE is hereby given, that a petition signed -Ll by freehold citizens of Pigeon township, Vanderburgh connty, Indiana, will be presented to the Board of Commissioners of said county on the first Monday in December next, at the Court House in Evansville, in said county, for the ap pointment of viewers to view, mark and locate a read commeixcinz at a point on the road leading from Fulton Avenuo to the Salt wells, where the line dividing ranges ten and eleven intersects said road, and running thence on the range line dne uorlh, through lands owned and occupied by Daniel Morgan, M. P. Jones' heirs, E. Q. B. Waldo, Win. M- .. . ... John Greek, John Whitehead, Jr., John Shnukiin, Philip Kausch's heirs, Geo. B. Walker, Jas. T. Walker, Scranton, M. A. Lawrence, W. H. Bytord, J. L. BittrolfT, T. H. Rogers and A. B. Carpenter, to north east corner of south east quarter of sec tion 13-, town B, south range 11, west, and thence north westerly, on the road now used t Oodv's mill, on Pigeon creek, a distance of about one mile. oclS -. MEDICIAL A Valuable Medicine FOR EVERY FAMILY. DRUGGISTS IN ALL sections of the city and country jeep on hand buy, sell and re commend as a tonic, stimulant and appetizer, Roback's Stomach Bit ters. APOTHECARIES IS all sections of the city and country keep in stock, sell aud dispense as a tonic Roback's Stomach Bitter. PHYSICIANS in all section of tin- city and country approve and re commend as a tonic Ro back's Stomach Bitten. UROCaSS in all sec tions of the city and country keep .-..iihtaiiily supplied with and dial in lbiback's Stomach Bitters. HOTELS in all sec tions of the city aud country are supplied with and "cannot ki.ep a Hotel," without a stock of Roliack's Stomach Bitters. HOSPITALS throughout the army ol the North have found an indispensable tonic, niid an u-siug. for the soldiers Roback's Stomach Bitters. SUTLERS in every regiment ought to Lave aud many have introduced, and highly recom mend Roback's Stomach Bitters. LADIES, old and young, for Billionsness, Liver Complaints, Languor. Weakness and general De bility, are recommended to use Roback's Stomach Bitters. EVERYBODY who desires a good tonic for giving tone to the spirits, a healthy appetite and btreugth to the system generally, should not fail to uny a bottle of Roback's Stomach Bitters. DR. C. W. ROBACE, Proprietor. Cincinnati. Office and Manufactory Nos. 56, 58, GO and 02 East Third Sir.-, t. BSTFor sale 1 all Druggists everywhere. aug25 COMMIS&ION HOUSE. LDAMS EXPRESS COMPANY New Arrangement. rHE ADAMS EXPBKSS COMPANY RE SPECTFULLY announce to their friends and patrons, the public of Evansville and vicinity that, Kith increased facilities for the transportation of Freight, Packages, Money and Valuables, Ihey solicit a continuance of former favors. Es pecial care taken iu the collection of Bills, Draft Notes, and the transportation of small and valua ble packages. All persons wishing to avail themselves of ti (acilities of the Express, can obtain any desired in formation in reference to the routes and details of the business, at their office on First atreet, betweea Main and Locust. jy2 CHAS. WENTZ, Agent. L. A. CRAKE. WM. BROWN. R. K. DUNKIR80V CRANE, BROWN & CO., Forwarding and Commission VIei"cliiintis 5 AND Special Railroad Agents. Give throngh receipts and make liberal cash ad duces on shipments of. Produce and Tobacco to few Vork. CBANE, BROWN & CO. Evansville, Nov. 20th, 1881. HT"B. CLIFFORD, Commission Merchant EXCLUSIVELY. I HAVE DISPOSED OF MY STOCK OF GRO ceries, Produce, dec, as I find that I cannot, nor cau any one else, do justice to themselves and their shippers when they buy, for it is natural that they will saO their own goods first. As I have many shippers, I will hereafter confine my self strictly to the COMMISSION BUSINESS, And hope that I will flnd.'a continuance of the many favors shown me during the past eight years. I shall give personal attention to all con signments, and will make liberal cash advances on produce in store. My motto is. Quick Sales and Prompt Returns. Dealers i n Cotton cannot do better than to leave their orders with me. Mr. F. M. COPELAND, late of Copeland, Edmonds & Co., will give the Cotton business his personal attention. He is one among tho best judges in the State. Orders solicited. H. B. CLIFFORD, sep'J5 No. 7 Front Bow, Memphis, Tenn. Iko. Foster. A. H. Foster. Wm. A. Gwn. GEO. FOSTER & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Produce and Provision Merchants, CORNER Or I.OCVST STREET AND THE CANAL, ang9 EVANSVILLl. IND. W. 8. M'CLCRK. B. T. BALLARD. C. MYl.tKE. W. S. cCLURE & CO., PB0DUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OF Butter, Cheese, Lard, Eggs, Beans, Peas, Dried Fruits, Flour and Provisions, 2SO Fulton St , Op. Washington Market, NEW. YORK. UKFEREXCES. Gee W. White, Cash. Mechanic's Bank, Brook lyn, New Yoik. Hon Horatio Ballard, Sec. State of New York. Wm. Crips, Pres. Standard Ins. Co. New York. A. H. Ballard, Ypsilanti, Michigan. J. L. Kelly, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. R. H. Huntington, Adam's Irff Co. N. Y. J. H. Reed, Ctica, New York. Hon. Henry J. Raymond, " New York Times " C. H. Wheeler, St. Albans, Vt. D. Ward, Lancaster Grant Co. Wisconsin jelOdly SCHNEIDEE & ZTJBERBIER, (Successors to Schneider Wise,) Commission Merchants For the sale of all kinds of Western Trodxxee, Pf.0lJI BAC0 PORK, LARD, Hay, Corn, Oats, Butter, Eggs, fcc. urner l,ajayeUe, Jew Levee and Fulton Streets, NEW ORLEANS, LA. ang25-Gm 'AT1, GlVM A Co., 7 "fCwt & BH, Padocah. Ky., Evausville, Ind. HARDIKQ, GlVKX A CO., St. Louis, Mo. WATTS, CRANE & CO., tMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 15 Broad Strekt, KEW YORK CITT. e have opened a IIous In the city of New Yorl for the sale of Tobacco and Western Produce, Under the name of WATTS, CRANE A CO. In . P. Watts, of the firm of Watts, Given ft Oo. f 1'a.luanh, loug familiar with Tobacco, will taka .harjje of that departmnut or our business, aud Mr I !.Crne, of Crane aud Brown, Evansville, will i ake charge of the Produce business. may21 WATTS, CRANE A CO. T. C.X T. M. BUHFHBET. COX & HUMPHREY, ! Pn: rding & Commission Terchants, Ste.u Vients, 'vVHARF - BOAT" PROPRIETORS, KVANSVI LLI, INDIANA. W ham taken the Grey Eagle Wharf Boat, and .sk efour friends a continuance of their patronage. I Oue of us will be found aboard both day and night ! to attend to the wants of shippers. sepl MACHINISTS. KIT FOUNDRY. EVANSVILLE, INT)., ItiKiiutuctureru of STKAM ENGINES, STEAM BOILERS, ixn CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, Of the moss. Approved Pattern. ALSO All kinds of Machinery appertain ing to Railroads. Steamboats, Distilleries, Flouring Mills. K i M t A K MILLS, of all sizes with the latest Improve ments attached ; Tobacco Screws, Portable Engines, &c, &c, &c. Ho-ise Fronts. Grates, Rail ing, Iron and Brass Castings of every descr iption. DEALERS IN Steam Ganges, Gnm Belting, Fire Brick, Wronght Iron Pipe, Bolting Cloth, &c, at MANUFACTURERS' PRICES. Repairing done at short notice. Workmen sent to all parts to tit up work and repair Boilers A. Machinery BSJAll orders will receive our individual atten tion and will be promptly filled on the most reasonable terms. Office and Foundry on the Canal, corner of Ingle Street. mh!7-ly CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. CORPORATION NOTICE. OROER FOR A PLANK SIDE WAL . Oct. 3, 1863, And . now it is hereoy ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of lots or parts of lots, fronting on or a.lj. .i ti i nt- the north side of Hamilton street from Washington street -westward to corporation line, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought to the projier 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. 1'FAFFLIN, Clerk Clerk's Office, Oct. , 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER TO REPAIR SILE 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 side of Goodsell Street from Second to Third streets, in said City, cause the side walks thi-reon to be re paired within thirty days from the publication of thiaorder. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, 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 Evansvilltt, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the north east side of First street, from Chesnut to Cherry street, in said City, cause the Bide 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. 8,1863. ' CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR A FLANK SIDE WALK. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered aud directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting or adjoining 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 aide walk ef Class No. 2, to be laid dowu thereon within thirty days from the publication of this erder. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR A BRICK 8IDE WALK. Oct. 3, 1863. And now It Is hereby ordered a-ad directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of lota or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoiniug the southwest side of Sixth street, from Locust 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 ba laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 8, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER TO REPAIR AIDE WALK. Oct. 8, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City ot Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on er adjoining the southwest side of Main Street trom 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 NOTI0K. ORDER TO REPAIR SIDEWALKS. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and diraeted by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the 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 within thirty days from the publication t this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk Evansville, Oct. 8. 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR 1 PLANK 8in,E WALK. Oct. 4, 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 east side of Fourth Avenue, from Seventh and Eighth streets, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to bo brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side walk of Clasa No. 2, to be laid down thereon withiu thirty days from the publication ofthisorder. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 9, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR STONE Cl'RBINGg. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed that the owner or owners of the several lots or parts of lots ot ground hereafter described cause J stone leurbing to be provided 'and set at the respective corner on said lots, extending ten feet in each direction from the corners, viz: Lot No. 101, on the corner of Locust and Second Streets, and lot No. 40 on the corner of Locust aud First Streeta, in th Original rian, within thirty days trom the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 9, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. . ORDER FOR STOKE CURSINGS. Oct. 3, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered aud directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville that the owner or owners of lot five in Block seventy-six, in the town of Lamaseo City, cause stone curbing 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 pablli-alioti of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oet. 9, 1868. STOVES, &c. et na ifi O m cn Ui 3 M a d o d w M O W M M i-3 k! o -. M w o Q O O O w rm e us B Til to O CO W H W u f o a PP Q O io o o- vj o 1-1 a ts fn 7ft O 0 1 0) o 90 no to o c X O P I M s n. o o ef-ft-A I K p 05 B P 02 rh -t a a o 0 as i m o S3 o DRUGGHSTS WM. f . HALLOCK, Druggist and Apothecary, NO. 10, FIKST STREET, NEAR POST OFFICE, Has just received Miother large aud splendid as sortment of Pure Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Medicines, Fancy Articles, Pomades, Combs, Brushes, Toilet Articles, aps, Flavoring Extrjts, &c &c Brandies and Wines, for Purposes. Medical All the Approved Patent Medicines kept cou itautfy on haud and for sale at North American prices. depart iciilar attention paid to the compounding of prescriptions at all hours. WM. E. HALLOCK, No. lOSouth First Street, near Post OftVe nov27 Kvausvllle, 1 ml. BR0U6HT0N & WOOD. CSISCEIT CITY DRUU STORK. Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Window Glass, Sand Paper, Perfumery, Soaps, Coal Oil, Lamps, Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax, Patent Medicines, Dye Stuffs. Sole Agents for Whit field's Pile Cure. NOTICE. To the Ladies of Evansville and Vicinity. MltS. ROWLAND IS PREPARED TO DO all the latent styles of Embroidery and Braid Stamping at her residence, on Second between Mulbery and Gnm Streets. Bep27-3m INSOLUBLE CEMENT. Great Discovery. USKFUL and VALUABLE DISCOVERY I HILTON'S INSOLUBLE CEMENT! Is of more general practical utility than any invention now before the Applicable to tha useful arts. pnnos it has been thoroughly tested during the last two years by practical men, and pronounced to SUPERIOR TO ANY Adhesive Preparation known. A new thing. Hilton s Insoluble Cement Is a new thine, and the result of years ol study; its combination is on Its Combina tion. Scientific Principles, .iuu miner no cirriimstftneM or change of temperature, will it be come corrupt or emit any offensive suieu. Boot ft Shoo Manufacturers BOOT fc NHOE Manufacturers, using Machines will find it the best article known for Cementing the Channels, as it aorss wn n.. nt delay, is not aflect sd by any change of temperature. JEWELERS Jewelers. Will find it safficjently adhesive for their use, as has been proved. It Is especially adanted to TamlUeu. Leather, And we claim as an esneclal merit. that it Bticks Patches and Linings to uoots anu nnoes st- iciently strong without stitcliiug. IT IS THE ONLY LIQUID CEMENT Extant, that is a sure thing for mending FURNITURE, CROCKERY, It 1 a Liquid IOIS, BONE, IVORY, Aad articles ef housohold use. REMEMBER hilton's Insoluble Cement Is iii a liquid form and as easily applied as pasta. Hilton's Insoluble Cement IaAusoluble in water or oil. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Adheres oily subBtances. Supplied In Family or Manufactur ers' Packages from I ouuees to 100 lbs. HILTON, BROS. & CO., Proprietors, PROVIDENCE, R. Bonurabsr. finis. fail mm RAILROAD REGISTER E. & C Ft. I J . DEPARTS: Freight and Accommodation 6:45 A. M 9:21 A. H Way, Mall ABEIVSS: Accommodation 5:24 p. Mail 5:54 p. T. H. & It. R. R. UKFABTS FROM T. 11. Day Kxpreas 3: 15 p. m. Accommodation 7:05a m. Night Expresi , 1: 50 a. . AREIYE AT T. H. Oay Express ., 10:45 p. k. Accommedation f. 5:35 a. m. Night Express 11:15 a. m. These two roads make good connections at Terra Haute. Fiiver News. ARRIVALS. Steamer Chambers, Henderson " D. B. Campbell, Henderson. " Colonna, Cairo. " Delaware, Louisville. " May Dnke, Cairo. " James Gray, Bowling Green. DEPARTURES. .v Steamer- -Chambers, Henderson. D. B. Campbell, Henderson. Cordelia Aon, Bowling Green. May Duke, Cairo. Delaware, Louisville. The river commenced falling here on Sunday, and is now slowly receding, with a bright clear sky, and no good prospect of a rain or a rise. The CoIIpssus was grounded coming down, and had to transfer her trip to the Delaware, and return to Louisville. The Delaware arrived early yesterday morning, anil returned aoain to Louis ville. The Colonna got up from Cairo at 8 o'clock Sunday iiij;ht with an elegant trip, including 37 bogfJ?ads of tohaci'o. aud a crowd of ptyBfngr&, She lays over until HUdan when she will ler.ve promptly at 12 o'clock, for Cuiro and all way points. The Colonna is neat, lirht draught and swift, and with (.'apt. Tom Bolus on deck, and Billy Conant in the otfi;e, shippe; and passengers will be sure ot the mosi courteous attentions. The May Duke arrived yesterday about 11 o'clock, and left again at 2, with a nice trip both ways. The J. H. Miller drew up to the wharf on Saturday evenings and commenced receiving for Bowling Green. She will leave this evening at G o'clock. The J. H. Miller is brand new, neat as a pin, light as a feather, and is com manded by Capt Miller, with T. L. Co nant in the office. This will be hr maiden trip, and hope she will have a full cargo. The James Gray will also leave we for Bowling Green this evening. She is in charge of competent officers, and is sure to go through without deten tion. The West Virginia, detained by the high winds of Saturday, did not get in in time to leave yesterday. She will leave after the arrival of the train from the north, to-night, and will carry freight and passengers through to Cairo with comfort and dispatch. The favorite J. T. McCombs will be the popular and elegant packet for Lou isville this evening, unless she shall be detained by fog. Otherwise, she may be relied on to-morrow morning. Capt. Ballard is her popular and ac complished commander, with a corps of polite clerks in the office. The Cordelia Ann left for Bowling Green yesterday, with an excellent trip- The Nashville Union of Wednesday, says the Cumberland river bad risen two feet at that point. GROCERIES. K. WIIRXLEE. AS. BIQCS. W. J. StfOO. WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG, Whole e dealers in CrROCERIES, " SALT, COTTOS YARNS Null, Wlmlnw Glass, Sash, Doori,ftc. No. 17 North First Street, Corner ol 8j camore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. COPARTNERSHIP WE HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH US WM J Sugg, late of Uniontowu, Ky., In the Wholesale Grocery busiuerts. The styleoftho firm will be WoeeUr, Rigs ft Sngg. WHEELER ft RIGC.8. COFFEE Just received 100 bags prime Rio Coffee ; 60 bags good fair Coffee ; 60 boxes Ground do ; and for sale cheap at WHEELER, RIGGS A SCGU'S CHEESE 50 boxes Western Reserve Cheese ; 20 boxes Hamburg Cheese. Just received and to arrive at WHEELER, RIGGS ft SUGG'S. OYRUP ft MOLASSES i- 25 barrels Syrup ; .barrels Bertrand's XXX Syrup; lo ' Stewart's Syrup ; 20 " extra Honey Syrup ; 40 N.O. Molasses; 35 half bbls Honey Syrup ; 50 half bbls Bertrand's XXX Syrup ; 50 ten gallon kegs Syrup ; For sale cheap as the cheapest at WHEELER, RIGGS ft SUGG'S. C? PICES o s 2.5 bags Black Pepper ; 15 Dags spice ; 10 bags Raw Ginger 5 bags Cassia ; 20 cases Nutmegs ; '25 boxes grouud Ginger ; SO " Pepper ; 25 " Spice ; 50 Cinnamon ; 50 " Cloves ; 75 " Mustard ; for sale low at WHEELER. RIGGS ft SUGG'S. OUGAR o s 20 hhds. prime New Orleans Sugar ; 20 " fair " " 10 Porto Rico Sugar ; 15 boxes Havana " 25 barrels Crushed " 25 " Powdered 25 ' Coffee ' 15 " Yelllow Coffee Sngar ; for sate at WHEELER, RIGGS ft SUGG'S. MACKEREL 25 barrels No. 3 Mackerel, large ; 20 " 2 " 15 half bbls 1 " 25 2 " 25 " 8 " 30 quarter bbls No. 1 Mackerel ; 35 " " a - 25 ' " 3 n 25 kits " 1 50 " " 2 . TO " 8 " Just received por rail at WHEELER, BIGGS ft SUGG'S. D YE STUFF, ETC. 2 oases Manilla Indigo ; 1 easo Madras Indigo; 1 hhd Dutch Madder ; lo barrels Alum ; 10 ' Copperas ; 3 Cudbear ; 50 boxes Extract Logwood ; 2 barrels Brimstone ; 10 Sulphur; 5 " Spsom Salt ; 2 " Yansia Red j 2 " Spanish Brows ; us) ooxes washing Blue ; 10 frails Soft Shell Almonds ; 10 barrels Filberts ; for sale cheap at WHEELER, RIGGS ft SUGG. OODEN WARE, ETC. 75 dozen Red Buckets ; 50 dozen Blue and Red Buckets J 2" dozen Well Buckets ; 20 do ten No. 1 Tubs ; 45 dozen No. 2 aud 3 Tubs ; 75 dozen Wash Boards ; 20 Nests Buckets, 3 In nest ; 10 dozon half Bushel Measures ; 50 boxes Clothes Pins. For sale cheap by WHEELER, RIOGS ft BUOG RfSGUHR PACKETS. Evansville and Cairo Packet Co. FAST MAIL PACKET LINE. Low Water Arrangement -to- u'-;;. r-: r - Paducah & Cairo. During tlia continuance of low water Boats will run as follows : T 11 E FINE MAIL PACKET 1W -A "5T TH TJ HL IH3 f G. IHJSOUCHET, Master W. DUNN, Clerk. Leaves Monday's and Thursday's at 2 o'clock, for Cairo and all Way Points. Leaves Cairo Tuesday's aud Friday's at 5 p. m. THE LIGHT DRAUGHT PACKET TTTTKTTSM K. WHTSTLER, Master F. R. HUSTON, Cl'k. Leave Wednesday's and Saturday's at 2 p. m. for Cairo and all Way Point?. Leaves Cairo on 'Thursday's Jk Sunday's at ' p. to.. Making connections at Cairo with the Illinois Central Railroad, and at Evansville with th. Evansville and Crawfordsville Railroad. For freight or passage apply on board or to Cox llumpnrey, laWMii Wharf Boat, or to P. D. Veils Agents. eepl.Vdtf Low Water Arrangement. EVANSVILLE AND CAIRO PACKET M T J TNT T R i : S S , ROBERTS, Master SHIELDS, Clerk. TX7"lLIi PLY AS A REGULAR PACKET BE tween Evansville, Paducah and Cairo dur ing the low water. She is very light and roomy. She leaves.-n MONDAY, September It, at 10a. m. For fi eight or passage applv to aepl2 tf JNQ. B HALL, Agent . Cincinnati and Memphis PACKET COMPANY. For Evaiir.ville. I'.-ndei-i .u Mmn.i lYerwon sbawiu--t..H u. Southland. Fadncan, Cairo, olumTiis. Hickman MVmMri. ami nil u-:,v - ,. St.. nt.;.. and and Mi'sinaippi Rivers. can'pri!iis tii toll. .wine i -w light IlKiif lil jmx-eng, r pa k-ts: NORMAN, .irVES- ..r.r'': :VVr. I riip'tain Frailer, I'sptan Varntta ! . Captai.i SliMnk Wi ..( ib- ,ve Bo-it n will :m.-js Ev:u,ville VMykly for Cairo, Culumbiw. HVkn.aii. and Mein pnis. tlso, weekly for CTtirfnnatt. F'r freight ir pa3t; epquirt' of OX HI MI'HHKY. "I" A-ents. Regular Evansv "lie and Cairo PACKET, DURING LOW WATEV I'HE STEAMER l o 3ar 3SX TOM. BOLUS, Captain. H. HYDE, Clerk, WILL BUN REGULARLY IN THE above trade during low water. For freight or passage apply on board. sep9 S. Mail Boat for Lonisrille. TJ. PL RING THE LOW WATER season the Louisville and Evansville 8. Mail I lull in v will rnn n dnilv line, (Sunday's exccutedl of liirht dranirht BteHm- ers, leaving from Cox A Humphrey's Wharf Boat. For further information apply to Cox A Hum phrey. JO. H. BUNCE. Superintendent. June 25-tf Begular Evansville and Bowling Green Packet. THE SPLENDID PASSENGER STEAMER R. K. DUNKERS0N, A. DRINK WATER, Master, WILL LEAVE EVANSVILLE ' every Monday and Thursday at 4 ie clock p. m, Leaves Bowling Green every Wednesdav and ! Saturday at 8 a. in., making sure connections with t lie Armada tor tne Lower Ohio, and Grey Eagle for Louisville. mv26 LOUISVILLE AND HENDERSON II.Y LINE, (SUNDAY'S XtF.PT . Hit- Kvausvllle & Louisville Line Co's. Splendid ,-?iaisB Passenger - - i Xs 353 -A. 3?!H.S 4 BIG " GREY EAGLE, i.t. BUNCE J. A. LUSK, Clerk. " t TAR" GREY EAGLE, i i,.:. Hi;TSINPILLER W. G. VORI8, Clerk J. T. H e COMBS, Capt. BALLARD J. GWATIINEY, Clerk Compose the Line, and will leave Evansville for Louisvilleas follows: Monday's, STAR GREY EAGLE, at 12 o'clock M Tuesday's, 3. T. McCOMBS, at 6 o'clock p. H. Wednesday's, "BIG" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock p if. Thursday's, '-STAR" GEEY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock Friil.iy's, Saturday' v. M T. McCOMBS, at 6 o'clock p. at ' BIG " GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock RETURNING J. T. McCOMBS, haves Louisville Monday's ana i nursiiay s. BIG" GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Tnes dav's and Friday's, STAR" GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Wed iK-xday'g aud Saturday's. Punctually at 5 ' o'clock P. M. For comfort and s peed the above steamers are imnrvaaned. COX A HUMPHREY. dec 12 ' GROCERIES." FRUITS, FRUITS 20 do7. 2 lb cans Fn-nh Peaches, 20 ' " " Tomato, 20 " " " Bla.-kb-rries. Just received and for sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY CKOCF.RY. J DINE APPLES X. 10 doz 2 lb cans Fresh Pine Apple, 10 2 Quart Bottles " For sale at ELLIOTT S FAMILY GltOi'ERT. J ELLIBS JELLIES '. doEeu assorted kinds choice Jellies, At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. "1HAMPAIGNE CIDER VV 8 dozen Quart Bottle Cliamnaigne Cider. For aale at ELLIOTT'S FAMIL'i GROCERY. T)A1SENS AND CITRON AV 20 boxes Raissiis. 100 Ttis Genoa Citron. For sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. CONCENTRATED M IL K 4 dozen 1 Ri cans CouceutrateJ Milk, Just received aud for sale At ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. DRUNKS 1 5 200 lbs Turkish Prunes. 2 dozen Jars French Pruues. For sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCER V PRIME PICKLED PORK 10 barrels choice, for sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. SOMETHING N EW 5 gross Mix's Patent Ventilator for Coal Oil Lamps. Witn this burner no chimney is needed Call and see them 'At ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. COFFBB 20 sacks choice Rio Coffee, for sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. BRUSHES 10 dozen assorted sizes Feather Brushes, 5 " " " Counter " 20 " assorted kinds Scrub Brushes, 10 " " Shoe Bnnhe, 2 " Flour Brushes. Just received and for sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. F SENCH MUSTARD fe dozen Genuine French Mmtar.l, for sale At ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. FLOUR 50 barrels Doable Extra Wtiito Wbeat Flonr, 200 Sacks " " '" " Just received at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. SUGAR Loaf, Crashed and Powdered Sugar 50 bbls. Just received and for sale by S. E. GILBERT ft CO. FRESH-RICE 5 tierces just received ; for sale by 8. E. GILBERT ft OO. SHIRT MANUFACTORY. J. SMITH'S SHIRT MANUFACTORY, ri i . U .'IB V. S , (IN SBAY'S BLOCK.) bJHIRTS MADE TO ORDER FROM MEAS ) urinent and a tit warranted. A stock o ready. made Shirts and Collars alwayaon haud, and at prices that will suit the pnrcbaser. Tuckiug SSM0JS, etiching Bosoms, Ac, doue with asafsMsi and despatch. Thankful for past favors tha subs, rih-r respect fully solicits a coutuauue of the patronage tio liberally bestowed for the part five years. oct28 J. SMITH. ., lucm .t. BOOTS AND SHOES. Q u 9 0 H rl (3 a 0 I 0 SI 9 0 a H fe H P? 5 w 2 E -H o B h3 o m -p ffl B C3 & C8 $ O Q 2 o t fH H g g M w w s s 2 z 6 V rH CO SN a tf o u n S S m jh s 0 o o n i fc ; Eh z n tri NEW SHOIT. STORE. F . M. SELLMAN Has just -eceived, 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 18 selling as low as any honse 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 tawpaih. a Mending doue FREE OF CHARGE, should they prematurely give way. Evansville, Sept. 1 1863. M. SKLLMAN, 35 Main Street. Retail Dealers ar.d Manufactures of BOOTS & SHOES, No. 38 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. W'l HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE and well selected stock of Eastern and hosas made G?ods, consisting of all aescript'ous of Ladles', Misses', Men's and Boys' Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and' Slippers, Which we offer for sale as low as any house in thecltv. All our work is warranted. sepl6 MILLER A 00. No. 15 MVIIV STREET. TURNER & GWATHMEY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DXALKRS ui BOOTS AND SHOES, AND Hats & Caps, No. 15 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, .4 DIANA VOLUNTEERING ! 302 BOUNTY For New Recruits! 402 BOUNTY For Veteran Volunteers ! MEN OF THE FIRST DISTRICT OF INDI ANA, the Governor has called for seven or more Companies of Infantry and five Com panies of Cavalry from this District Shall h have them ? I call upon you to give the saswar. My answer Is, ' HE SHALL." Will yon endorse it? I think you will. Your country needs your services in the amy, and offers you Inducements which will enable yen to leave your families amply provided for. Any oue wishing to recruit for the Regiment 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. Vernon, Posey conn ty, Indiana, until the organixation of the en campment. JOHN A. MANN, I'ommandant 1st District. Other papers in the District please oopr. ocfitf " NEW BOOKS. BEYOND THE LINES, by Capt. Alex. Gvr. GALA DAYS, by Gail Hamilton. SOUTHERN HISTORY OF THE WAR. LIKE OF STONEWALL JACKSON. ELEANOR'S Y1CTORY, by Miss. Braddou. A FULL SET OF CHARLES DICKENS' WORKS In iiajiers. All yet out .rthe50cut Edition of Cooper's Nov els. A FULL SET OF NOVELS, by J. F. Smith, (io paper.) WAVERLY MAGAZINE, fbr October. Mad. DEMOREBrS Fall Fashion Book. Ah assortment of the best COOK BOOKS, At DOBE LL3 j BOOT & BOOTS & SEES. BIG BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE. M0FI1. SMI & CD.. lo. 63 MAIN STREET, Ave again in Market with the largest Stock of (iOOI) GOODS, (We ?.ty GOOD, for we sell that kind of Stock), to be found in any House of our acquaintance East or West. They were bought forCash by one of the firm who .spends tho greater part of his time East for that express tu-pose. ' itls many vein xperit lire in tjte ruiiriess, ftv llatter ourselves that we iMiderst.ui.i it -telHiid with acilit;" it dxit command, we 'nrx -j-53. Will Seil Goods as cheap as any Jobbing House in the coun try, we care not where that House may be located ; if in the East we will add trans portation. We would re spectfully call the attention of the trade to an examina tion of our Goods, We like to sell good Goods ; they speak for us whereever they MORGAN, HEAP ft CG HAT HOUSE It is not a mooted question that MORGAN, BEAD & CO.. Xo. OS Main Street, Have the Largest and Hand somest stock ef HATS To be found in any one House in the West. Men's, Boy's and Children's Hats of every Fashionable style in vague either East or West Men's Black and Colored Fur an Wool Dress Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool French Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool Planter and Planter Hats. " Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool Burnside, Monitor, Cochran, &c, Hats. Men's Plain and Colored Leghorn and Straw Hats. Men's Panama & Palm Leaf Hats. Boy's Fur and Wool Hats, (great variety.) Boy's Leghorn, Straw and Palm Leaf Hats. Children's Fur, Wool, Leghorn, Straw and Palm Leaf Hats. The above Stock has just been purchased directly of the Manu facturers of New England for CASH, at low figures, and we will ii 1 . ui ri sen u.n iuh 119 ally JUUUcr jCiaei., , transportation added. Call and' examiue our Goods before buying. No trouble to show goods. MORGAN, READ & C wTt.. March 9S. lass. COLLECTOR'S SALE. Collector's Sale of Real Estate for the payment of the costs and expenses of Sltleaalk Imprsre ments. NOTICE IS IIKBKBY GIVEN, THAT BT Ttrtoe of s preoept issued by the Mayor of the Oily of Evansville ami to me directed, I will sell at public auction, at the door of the Court House ill said City, Friday, October 9, at 10 o'clock a. m., the following Lots or parcels of Beal Estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount cliarReJ and assessed against said Lots re spectively for the costs and expense of making sidewalk improvements upon said Lots, together with the costs of sale, and that the said sale will b continued on the next lay thereafter, viz Satur day, tne lucn 01 uctooer, at 10 o clock a. sa.. at ! the same place for the purpose of selling sash prop erty as may nave Been sola on tne day above men oned and not paid for : FOOBTH LSI. Alio KM KM . ! L ot No. 1, block No. 8 . Frank Chambers heirs STOCKWELL'S ENLABOMENT. Lot 9, block 1, C. L. Neumasten's heirs, S2 Xk. N. W. W lot 10, block 1, n-.Uc W. S. BQBFPLE, Collector Evansville, Sept. U, IMS.