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JT WANTS, FOR RENT, &c. FOUND A LADIE S CLOTH CLOAK AND Chenille Scarf, supposed to have been stolen. The owner can have the same by proTing property and paying for this notice. oe20 LOST Sometime between the 7th and 12th inst. a Memorandum Book, containing some wood acconnU of John A T. D. Smyth are of no use .to anv one except the owners. An envelope in the book "directed to John S. Garitt. Any person finding the same, and tearing it at the store of Mr P. Bovle, First street, or at my honae on DiTision street, will be paid for their trouble. oetlo lw. JOHN SMYTH. FOB 8ALK A FULL BLOODED AYER SHIRK Cow, five years old, bright cherry red, warranted full blooded, and gives, when fresh, four gallons of rich milk at a milking. Her 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. oclt-1 w rOB SALE OB BENT A two story frame dwelling honse. bavins nine rooms. Also for sale a One Story Frame dwelling house, having two rooms, a kitchen, and a cellar. Also 40 acres of land one-half improved, within seven mile 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 oet7 LAWAANTHES. TAILORS WASTED. Six good Tailors can obtain employment, at the beat of wages, by applying imnie iati lv at DAVID ANDERSON'S, oe6 Main Street bet. First and Water. CITY HOTEL FOR RENT The above nawed house is favorably located on Water street, opposite the Steamboat Landing, and has lately been painted inside and out, papered, and put in good order for a first class hotel. The long and noted name of this Honse is sufficient guarantee to any person qualified, to insure him a good busi ness. Will be rented on favorable terms, ifrom 1 to 5 rears. Enquire of CHARLES HARRINGTON. Evansville Ind., Sept. 23, 1863. 1U Saily lottiwaL j WEDNESDAY. .OCTOBER Zl M. THAYER. Kelltoi-. J. X. SIL VERT HORN. Associate. By request, we publish the speech of Alexander Stephens, delivered before the State of Georgia seceeded from the j Union. It i3 the most complete vindi cation of the cause of the Union that has been uttered in any part of the country, j Remoral of Gen. Rosecrans. No intelligence that we have laid be fore our readers for many days, will occasion such surprise as the report of Gen. Rosecrans' removal. Their first j and most natural feeling will be that j " it can't be possible: " " that the report j is without foundation." This view of ! the case we were disposed to take until certain other fact3 were thrust upon our attention, which seem to confirm the ! truth, of the disagreeable rumor. These facts we'nowgive our readers, as they have already made their appearance in other papers. The St. Louis Democrat of4 Monday contains the following: "Important Military Change Gen eral Grant Succeeds General Rose crans in the Army of the Cumber land. " From a gentleman who came through from Cincinnati, yesterday, we learn that General Grant and staff were at Odin, on Saturday night, en route for Louis ville. Lieutenant Colonel Kent, of the 29th Illinois, late of Grant's staff, ac companied the party. From Col. Kent our informant learned that Grant would probably be ordered to the command of the army of the Cumberland, vice Gen. Rosecrans, removed. We also learn that the three departments, the Cumber- j land, the Ohio, and the Tennessee, will be merged into one under the immediate i command of General Grant What dis- j position will be made of Generals Burn- j side and Rosecrans, we are not advised." j The Terre Haute Express of the same 1 date publishes the following paragraph " Gen. Grant and entire Staff, requ equir- I ing ten or a dozen coaches lor their I transportation, passed here yesterday i morning, on a special train eastward. The General is fast recovering from the j injuries received from the fall of his j horse, but he is still compelled to use a ! crutch. To state his destination would -of course be contraband, and we will ; not inform our readers, for the very good reason that we do not precisely know. Bat from the fact that this train goes to i Jeffersonville, it, is no hard matter to j guess. The hero of Vicksburg will not j be idle long. Thus, it will be seen, that the move- i ments of Gen. Grant go to sustain the reports that he has superceded Rose- ; crans. Gen. Halleck's well known par- tiality for Grant must also be taken into consideration It is not probable tha he has ordered that officer to report to j estimated majority of, at least, 15,500 on Rosecrans, except as his successor, j the home vote. Gen. Grant will have nothing to do with , the Army of the Cumberland except aa j ' Pertinent Suggestion. Missouri Un its commander on bnds hang fire in St Louis at 88J to We frankly assert that we dislike this j ? ,ce"tStn he.d?ar;. Wih a Roodrad ' , ! ical fctate administration, in whom the new scheme of the commander-in-chief, j peopie had confidence, these bonds would To us it is ominous of defeat. While we command a premium, instead of being are willing to admit that Gen. Grant ! a ten per cent, discount. Our people in the light of his Vicksburg campaign- j f,re Pav'g ten Per cent, every time . , . . . x, . " . j . they handle this money for the privilege 13 all that his most enthusiastic admirers j 0f being tyrannized over by this bogus claim for him, w do not believe he is provisional arrangement. Hannibal the equal of Rosecrans in any particular; . Courier. and that the removal of the latter officer, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm in the face of the enemy, is one of those ; NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. ill-advised changes which has already done so much to delay the success of our armies and protract the war. Better a thousand times to have removed Halleck than to have interfered with Rosecrans. The President's policy is becoming too complicated for our poor comprehension. In Missouri he refused to remove an offi cer whom three-fourths of the people de sire removed, and in Tennessee he su percedes an officer whom no one wishes disturbed, and in whom the peopie have the most unlimited confidence. What the meaning of all this is, we can't, for the life of us. comorehend. Gen, Hal- sY leek seems to have a personal animosity j against any commander who looms up 100 prominently before the people, and down he tumbles that officer without any assigned reason or excuse. In one thing, however, we commend the prudence of the Administration. Having determined on the removal of Rosecrans, it was wise to wait until after the elections for its accomplishment It the cause of the Union in Ohio for the , , , people to know that Gen. Kosecrans was to be superceded. It is some consolation to 'know - 1 l a. If AKsiAsin no mroa wn t l,of l?nc.ran! a vea wav tn , t t .u v a uenerai wuo us .uu nently successtul, ana in wnose gooa luck " the people have as much confi dence as did Napoleon in his star. Grant may win another Vicksburg campaign and effectually suppress the rebellion in the West; and, as he appears to be about the only officer whose success don't annoy Gen. Halleck, it is to be hoped that victory may yet again perch upon his banners. We trust, also, that Halleck has had the discretion to send Gen. Sherman to Chattanooga. General Grant might feel awkward without him. Another (all f'.r Troops. The President has issued a call for 300,000 volunteers for the war. " not, howerer, exceeding three years." It seems to be the opinion of Mr. Lincoln that the war wiil be terminated by that time. The States have until the'Sth of January next to raise the quotas required of them, when drafting will be resorted to, to supply deficiencies. Before the re cent elections it was announced that there was no intention of drafting, but we suppose military necessities have arisen which demand this renewed call upon the patriotism of Ihe country. The President addresses himself "not only to the Governors of the several States, but also to the good and loyal people thereof, invoking them to lend their cheerful and effective aid to the measures thus adopt ed, with a view to reinforce our victori ous annies in the field and bring our military operations to a prosperous close." The "loyal people " should not hesitate a moment in responding to this urgent appeal of the President. Greeley, and Sumner, and Garrison pledged nine hundred thousand men from New Eng land if the President would issue an emancipation proclamation, and the least they can do now is to make one in stallment of three hundred thousand, and we have no doubt the Commander-in-Chief would compromise with the Yan kee Abolitionists at thirty-three and a third cents upon the dollar. But if this recourse fails, it cannot be uestioned but the radical and .lubilant Republicans of Ohio, Pennsylvania and : Indiana, who claim all the loyalty, all the j morality and all the decency of the coun- j try, and overwhelming majorities in all ; these States, will cheerfullv and promptly respond to the call of the President, aud save the necessity of a draft, barely these men will not let down their patri otism when they have so good an oppor tunity to practically illustrate it. Stale : Sentinel. We have seen no stronger reason any- l i : u . r t.,.i:.. wuclc "lc H" ' unaer tne last can snomu not uu nnscu by draft instead of volunteers. This business of having the Union moa go to ngnt tne Dames oi tne country, leaving the Copperheads at home to plot its de struction, is not just the kind of wisdom that we admire. We go for the system that will make the latter class contribute, its part, both in men and money, towards carrying on the war, and therefore wel come the draft. The sneers of the Sen tinel ought to have no other effect than to convince loyal men"of the necessity of a draft. tne days ago we received a large lot of letters and papers from per sons living in the rebel States, which were captured by the first Indiana Cav alry at Little Rock. We are indebted to Capt. Price for these favors. Our read ers will remember the Captain by his (to them) more familiar name of " Spen- j cer County." We shall carefully file j away both the letters and papers as mo- j mentoesofthe great Rebellion, and of; the gallantry of Capt Price and his asso- j ciates to whom ourselves and children j will be indebted for its suppression. Indiana Election. Jasper county official Union majority 370. Bully for Jasper. Marion, October 15 Grant county O. K. Union majority 250. T. J. Neal. Logansfort, October 14. Cass coun ty from 3 to 20 Butternut majority a Union wain over last vear of 275. . jrorter countj aasn union miy. Spencer county 50 Union maj. Johnson county 300 Butternut maj. Jay county 100 Union majority. Fountain county is about an even voto. Fayette county 400 Union maj. Marshall 205 Butternut majority. Shelby 2S5 Butternut majority. Randolph 800 Union majority. Delaware county 1,000 Lnion maj. Bedford, October 14 A glorious tri umph has crowned the efforts of the Un conditional Union men in old Lawrence. The entire Union ticket is elected by about 100 majority. Glory enough for one day! C. G. Berrt. In Wayne county, Quigg, for Repre sentative, has 1,634 majority over Druly. Iowa Election.--Stone, the Union candidate for Governor of Iowa, has an BY THE E. k W. LINE. Exclusively for the Journal. FE0M NEW YORK. Gossip from the New York Papers Lee's movement mysterious "Whereabouts of his main army un known Rumored that Rosecrans Is to be Removed. New York, October 20. The Heralds special from the Army of the Potomac says it is now quite definitely settled that the rebels are falling back towards the ' Rapidan, and our army offers them battle by advancing. Construction trains have run as far as Bristow Station to-dav. and to-morrow supply trains will run to and beyond that point. The trestle bridge at Bristow was burn ed by the rebels. The track between Manassas and Catlett's Station is almost wholly torn up by the rebels. There is slight skirmishing to-day, but it does not indicate a general engage ment Yesterday, White's and Mosehv's o-ner- rillas, numbering about 1,000 men, ; came down from Aldie near Chantillv ' 1 1.: il l? : t t. . ouu wnug iue .rrying ran ltoad, sue 1 Zmm .11 1 a . a 1 TV 6eiUDS ueiween tne army and , the defenses. One gang came down within a mile of the Chain Bridge, and fired into the rifle pits of one of the forts, Several officers were captured, together t, oI U 1 9.U X' " f ncuui lUc ,.,ew iok W alry and a number of wagons, &c, Our cavairy was sent in pursuit, and over- taKing tnem. a brisk faght ensued, in which the rebels were defeated driven with considerable loss. and From Washington. The Removal of Rosecrans not Cc firmed. W.i.sm .i res. It has been rumored for sev. a uVBgai that Rosecrans is to be relieved IVum J-.is command, but enqui ries made of those best informed, have failed to elicit either an affirmative or a negative response. Washington,. OcL l'J. The .Secretary of War returned this morning from his interview with Gen. Meade, at his head quarters in the field. The military authorities here have not reached any positive conclusion as to either the strength or position of Tee's : army. Our cavalry finds the enemy in every direction, but their main body has been effectually concealed. One opiMM i entertained is, that he has retired beyond Bull Run Mountains, and is falling back , towards his entrenched position on the Rapidan, but some of the most experi- I enced officers believe the principal part i of his iufantry have been sent in the di- i rection of Harpet's Ferry and WineheB- ! ter, with the view of covering and sup- j J. porting another extensive cavalry ram into Maryland and Pennsylvania. Ih the Field, Va., 1 October 19, 1863. J Yesterday a reconnoissance was made by CoL Chapman and a portion of the First Brigade of Buford's Cavalry Di vision, composed of the 8th Illinois and 5th New York cavalry regiments. Col. Chapman visited Chantilly Aldie and Drainesville without discovering tne enemy. It was discovered that Stuart with his cavalry had passed in the direc tion of Al';e day before yesterday, goiug towards i.eesburg. It was believed they were en route for Maryland. It is a rtained this morning that the Bebel- re building fires along the ! railroad track from Mannassas toward the Rappahannock, thus destroying the rails and making the road unfit for use, and also destroying the bridges along the route. It is almost conclusive that this move meu of Lee's is a ruse to deceive Meade, by leading him to expect a raid on a large scale, while the real design is to I keep Meade from advancing Ins lorce, and the rebels in the meantime are hur- rviner reinforcements to Brag;;. " The Richmond Sentinel of the 13th contains the following: "We understand that in consequence of the action of the British consuls rela tive to foreigners enlisted in the Confed erate service, the President has felt it his duty to dismiss all of them from the Confederacy." A Washington dispatch says : Col. Lucius Fairchild, 2d Wisconsin regi ment, was to-day made a Brigadier Gen eral for gallantry in the battle of Gettys burg. The Tribune has the following impor tant announcement: We understand from authority at Washington, which we deem trustworthy, that ,Gen. Rosecrans is about to be re moved from the Army of the Cumber land. His successor has not yet been named. From St. Louis. From the Department of the Mlsxou rl Changes is Districts and Com manders. St. Louis, Oct. 20 Gee. Schofield has issued orders relieving Gen. Mc Neil of his command of the district of and placing him in com mand of the District of the Frontier, vice Gen. Blunt who is ordered to report at Leavenworth. Gen. Banborn takes command of Southwest Missouri, and Gen. Ewing, District of the Border, so as to embrace the entire State of Kansas. From New York. , Decision on a Railroad Question. New York, Oct. 20. Judge Rosevelt has decided adversely to the Harlaam Road's building a branch in Broadway. River and Weather. Pittsburg, Oct 20. River 30 inches by the metal mark and stationary. Weather clear and pleasant. Cincinnati, October 20. River sta tionary, with 2 feet 11 inches in the channel. Weather clear. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BAKERY. ADANK'S CONFECTIONERY AND FANCY CAKE BAKERY, Second Street, Near Main, Evnnivillf, Ind. THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS THE CITI ZENS of Evaaeville that he has secured the services of a Fansy Workman from New York, and is now prepared to make to order all kinds of Fancy Cakes, Pyramids. Jellies, Blanc Manges and Ice Cream of all Flavors and shapes. Weddings and Parties Supplied with Cakes of the best material and in New York Style, on the shortest notice. Wed ding Cakes handsomely decorated. oc21-2w G. ADANK. RAILROAD NOTICE. Ohio fc Mississippi Railroad. EVANSVILLE, Oct. 20th, 1803. Until further notice, we will carry freight from the Depot of the E. & C. B. R. between Evansville and Cincinnati at the following rates per 100 lbs. : 1st Class. 2d Class. 3d Class. 4th Class. 50c. 40c. 30c, 2fc. Flour at 50 cents per barrel. For any lurther information call at the office of the undersigned. W. C. BAEHRING, Agen :. oi.-21-lm Office No. 5 Water Streev. Evansville & CrawfordsvUie B. K. Co. Freight Tariff between Evansvlllr and Cincinnati per 100 Iba. 1st Class. 2d Class. 3d Class. 4th Class. 50 40 30 Si Flour IB bbl. 90 Cents. Time consumed in transportation between these points is from four to five day. oct6 A. E. SHRAUaTR, Freight Ag't. STRAYED OR STOLEN. FROM THE PASTURE OF HARRISON HOPKINS, near tha Evansville and Craw fordoville Bailroad, about one mile from town, a 1 Bay! Horse, about fifteen hands high, branded " 1'. S." on his left shoulder. His two hind feet marked white, with a star in his forehead. He is seven years old, heavily built, and canters. Any one having any knowledge of his wherea bouts will confer a favor by giving notice at the United States Quartermaster's office. octZldtf. 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 Coflee just received At H. A. COOK'S. OUGAR lOhhds. choice P. R. Sugar O At II. A. COOK'S I . j ard oil-s bbls. Winter strained Lard Oil i J- At H. a. cook's. ; pOAL oil iTsobbis. best quality coal Oil ju7t j ! receiTed ff H-A- C00K'a- T7GGS20t doxen fresh Egg ' " At a. A. LOCK D kRIED BEEF 2,000 pounds extra Sugar At H. A. COOK'S. Cured Dried Beef 1 Art NESTS GERMAN MARKET BASKETS ; IIJKJ 4 in i i a nest. At H. A. COOK'I "ShKKSE 76 boxes rich Western Reserve Cheese 15 boxes English Dary Cheese, At H. A. COOK'S. SO A P 50 boxes St. Lonis German Soap ; 50 bxs St. Louis Palm Soap; At H. A. COOK'S. LARD 15 boxes prime Leaf Sterine Lard At H. A. COOK'S NOTICE to TAX PAYERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AFTER the 9th of November next I will advertise for sals all Real Estate that tha taxes have net been paid upon. W. G. BOT.PPLE, Collector. oe!5-2w TINWARE B. MESKER, No. 7H MAIN STREET, Would inform his numerous custo- mers and the public in general ! that he is going out of business on the 1st of next January. In order to do so, he intends to offer his entire Stock, consisting in part of STOVES, TINWARE, AND JAPANNED-WARE, &c, At Coet foi Ci-sh Only, Without any Respect of Persons Whatever, ATOW IS THE TIME TO PROCURE BAR- JAINS in my line of business. Tbos who call first will have (lie best stock to select from. J. B. MESKKR. N. B. All t'.oso owing me are resjectfulty in vited to call Bod settle their bills at ODce without delay. oct21-2m STOVES, &c. H O i c o at d o d w M o o M H h3 Kj O i-b l-l W o Q O O a CO 3 m W 3 ( il rzL. 4a ra p- ri a o d & o o o c 0 VI o a H50 0 8! a mi v. B so M a. o p CD o Jit a i 0 o C z H o r- O m o f 9 p s p f CD CP P CO el- Q O o B v tr o 3 o INSOLUBLE CEMENT. Great Discovery. USEFUL and VALUABLE DISCOVERT ! HILTON'S . t ilNSOLUBLE CEMENT! Applicable to , . the useful arts. I? oT more Ken""al practical utility i fhan any invention now before the ! public. It has been thoroughly tested datfeig the last two years by practical met, and pronounced to j SUPERIOR TO ANY Adhesive Preparation known. A new thing. Hiltoyi's Insoluble Cement Is a new thing, snd the result of years of study; its combination is on ' Scientific Principles, And under no circumstances or change of temperature, will it bo come corrupt or oaiit any offensive smell. BOOT fc iSHOK Manufacturers, usiue Machines. Its Combina tion. Boot & Shoe Manufacturers will find it the best article known for Cementing the Channels, as it works without delnv. is not aflect- ed by any change of temperature. Jewelers. JEWELERS Will find it sufficiently adhesive for their use, as has been proved. It Is especially adapted to Families. ljeatner, And we claim as an especial merit. that it sticks Patches an. Linings to Boots and Shoes sp Iciently strong without stitching. IT IS THE ONLY LIQUID CEMENT Extant, that is a sura thing for mending FURNITURE, CROCKERY, TOYS, BONE, IYORY, And articles of housohold use. REMEMBER Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is in a liquid form and as easily applied as paste. Hilton's Insoluble Cement It is a Liquid. Kememher Is insoluble in water or oil. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Adheres oily substauces. Supplied in Faiuilyor Manufactur ers' Packages from 2 ounces to 100 lbs. HILTON, BROS. & CO., Proprietors, PROVIDENCE, R. I Finis. Iy23-ly TO LET. Business Property to Let. ryp. BT 150 FEET, CORNER OK MAIN AND J Fourth Streete, will be let for a term. Per sons wishing to lease can have the whole or one quarter, or one-half, as they may desire. Enquire of ASA IGLEHEART, or au22tf JNO. SHANKLIN. AUCTION & COMMISSION Old Auction House and a New 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 :ontinue the Auction and Commission business, rod attend to selling all kinds of Goods, Furniture, Wagons, Ruggies, Carriages, Horses, Cattle, all kinds of Manufactured Articles, &c. Liberal ad vancements made on consignments. Prompt attention will be given to all goods en rusted to my care. (mar2S) 3. J. COHN. BOOTS & SHOE1 -J T C ES BIG BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE. DEE Eli MAIN STB EE Aro kftxm in Market largest Stock of C-rOOD GOOPS, (We say GOOD, fo.elsell that kind of Stock), to be found in any House of our ;w-quaintanee East or West. They were bought for Cash by one of the firm who spends the greater part of his time East for that express purpose. With many years experience in the business, we flatter ourselves that we understand it well, and with facilities at our command, we Can and. Will Sell 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- ojjcuijiuiijr tut it mc attuiitiuu j of the trade to an examina tion of our Goods. We like to sell good Goods ; they speak for us whereever they go. MORGAN, READ & CC HAT HOUSE rflOOted CU6Sti0Q that It is not a MO GAN, READ & CO., ain Streor, Have the Largest and Hand somest stock of H A T S 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 and Wool Dress Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool French Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool J Planter and Planter Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur and jyool 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 Lear Hats. Children's Fur, Wool, Leghorn, Straw and Palm Leaf Hats. The above Stock has just been purxhased directly of the Manu facturers of New England for CASH, at low figures, and we wiil sell as low as any jobber East, transportation added. Call and examiue our Goods before buying. No trouble to show goods. MORGAN, BEAD & C' iMmit, March 98. 18. COLLECTOR'S SALE. Collector's Sale of Real Estate for the payment of the costs and expenses of Sidewalk Improve ments. OTICE IS HERERT GIVEN, THAT RY virtue of a precept issued by the Mayor of the Ulty oi fcvsnsvuie and to me directed, i will sell at public auction, at the door of the Court House in said City, Friday, October 9, at 10 o'clock a. m., the following Lots or parcels of Real Estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount charged and assessed against said Lots re spectively for the costs and expenses of making sidewalk improvements upon said Lots, together with the costs of sale, and that the said sale will be continued on the next day thereafter, viz: Satur day, the 10th of October, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the same place for the purpose of selling such prop erty as may have been sold on the day above men oned and not paid for : FOURTH ENLARGEMENT. L ot No. 1, block No. 8; Frank Chambers heirs owners, $16 56. STOCKWELL'S ENLAROMENT. Lot 9, block 1, C. L. NeumasUn's heirs, S3 33. N. W. lot 10, bloek 1, SOJtfc. W. S. WjtFFLE, Collwter. Evansville, Sept. 24, 1868. WATCHES & JEWELRY. WJkT JEW Wholesale and Retail GEO. A. BITTEOLFF Has just opened at the old stand No. 4 Oil e nt selected stocks of CLOCKS 7 JS2 -XTST Xa J: ?. Diamond Eins and Fins, Silver Ware, Silver Cups, Soup Ladles, Tableuid Tea Spoons, Napkin Rings, Butter 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 boaglit my stock for Cash, I can sell at the lowest figures for Cash. Call and oxamine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. GEO. A. BITTROLFF, rpft Ho. 4 Hain Street. PENS, SOAP, &c, &c. Sand and Emery Paper. GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SAND AND l. Emery Paper just received at SCHLAEPKER'S Drug Stora. Cooking Extracts. A LARGE STOCK AND GOOD ASSORT flc MENT of Cooking Extracts just received at SCHLAEPFER'3 Drug Store. Essence of Coffee. JS8ENCE OF COFFEi: JUrT RECE1 SCLAI i'FE'S Dm I J AT Mustard. THE VERT BEST QUAIITT OF MUSTARD for sals at SCHIiAEPFER'S Drag Store. Soap. a; VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SOAPS ust received and for sale at 8CHLAEPFER S Drag Store. Steel Pens. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF STEEL PENS and Lead PracHa, of the best brands, for isale at SCHLAEPFERS Drugstore. GARY'S CAL'GH CURE FOR BALE AT SCHLAEPFKR'8 Drug Store HOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC BALSAM FOR the Cure of Coughs and Colds ; just received and for suile at SCHLAEPFER S Drug Store. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Commissioner's Sale of Valuable Real Estate. TDK UNDBK3IOKBD CO3I31ISS10NBB Ap pointed by the Vanderburgh Circuit Court in a auit in partition wherein Sophia D. Gridley and others are defendants, to make sale of the Real Estate belonging to the parties to said suit to-wit: ; To the heirs or Horace Dunham deceased will, in 1 pursuance of the decree of said Court, on the 28th j day of October, 1S63, between 10 o'clock a. m. and j C o'clock p. m., at the Court House door, in the City of Evansville, Indiana, proceed to sell at Public Auction, the following described Real En : tale to-wit : All those tracts or parcels of land and town lots lying and being in the County of Van- derburg and State of Indiana, known and describ ed as follows : The north-east quarter of section thirty-two (32) the south-west quarter of sec tion thirty-two (3Z), the west half of the west half of the south-east quarter of section thirty two (32), and the south half of fractional section thirty-one (31), all in township six (6), south of range ten (10) west, in theVincennes Land District. Also, all those parts of fractional sections five and six (5) and (0), in township seven (7), sooth of range ten (10) west, contained within the following boundary : that is to say, commencing at the cor ner of fractional section thirty-one (31), in town ship six (0), which corner is situate on the bayou bank nearly opposite the Green River Island, and running thence east twenty-five (2o) chains and forty -eight (48) links to the north-west corner of fractional section five (5), township seven (I), thence running east on the township line fifty (50) chains, thence sonth nine (9) 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 (lii), in township seven 7) south, of range eleven (11) west. Also, lots one hundred and eighty-six, the Inside half of lot one hundred an-1 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 hnndred'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, aud 336, all in the Donation Enlargement of the City . f Evanxville. Also, lot eight (8) aud 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 Septemler, 185. at a yearly rent of three hundred dollars, and 50 feet of the south-east end of said lot23C 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 i-- ly adjoiuging this city, which are platted into garden lore, and will be sold in small parcels to suit purchasers, of which maps can be seen 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. 11IKAM NELSON, Aka Iglehkaht, Commissioner. attorney. seplStf DRUGS, &c. WM H. P. STODDARD, No. 1? Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND. IMPORTER, MANUFACTURER, AND DEAL er in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Oils, Paints. Varnishes, Glass, Rrushes, Lamps, Dye Studs, and all articles usually kept in a first class Drug Store, with a large 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. Tr PRINTERS AND PURLISHER8. Jnst received a fresh lot of Wade's Printing Ink, comprising Rook, Card aud an assortment of Colored Inks in cans, at WM. II . P. STODDARD'S. 17 Slain street. ALEXANDER'S PATENT CEMENT, FOR Roofing aud Railroad and SUamboat pur poses. A very superior and durable article at 17 Main Street. DR. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS HAVE arrived. Call and get a bottle at 17 Main Street. COAL OIL A superior article; white and near ly inoderous, for sale by the gallon or bar rel, at 17 Main street. LAMPS, LAMPS A new supply Just roceived, at 17 Main street. ULL'S FAHNESTOCK'S,M LANE'S anda variety of other Voiniifuges, at the City Drug Store, 17 Main Street. HALLESBERGER S FEVER AND AGUE Antedote for sale at 17 Main Street. BRUSHES An endless variety of kinds aud qualities can tie hud at 17 Main Street. Notice of Application for License. NOTICE Id HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL apply to the Board of County Commissioners of Vanderburgh County, at their next term, com mencing on the first Monday in December, 163, for license to ssll intoxicating liquors in a less quantity than a quart, for the term of one year. My place of doing business is ou the corner of Water and Vine Streets, Lot No. 21, Old Flan of the City of Evansville. eep2tw3w JOHN HENDERSON. fcpa 3a era ; BLRY, WJ. HEILHAX. KRATZ & KEILMAN, City Foundry, Manufacturers and Builders of Steam Engines and Boilers. Saw and Grist Mill Ma chinery, Tobacco Screws. Gumming Machines, Chinese Sugar Cane Mills, THRESHING MACHINES, &c, ETANSVTLI.K, IND. rjlH PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY FOCKD X ry beg leave to inform thiir friends and the pnblic In general, that they are prepared to do all kinds of Macnine & Piuishing Work And everything appertaining to the Foundry bus iness. .They are manufacturing Btoum Engine? and Boilers of any sise and pawer required. Saw Mill Machinery and Mill Crin of any size ; Dis tillery aud Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws, Gumming Machines, Threshing Machines, Malt ; Mills, Horsepowers, Corn Shellers, Machinery of all kinds made and repaired ; Iron and Brass Cast ings of every description, Iron Iloase Fronts, Cel lar Grates, c. Cooking and Beating Stoves of the latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Ac. Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c. upplied with every description of Copper and iheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Befrigere'ora, A. t tempo rat ore, Sparges, Stillheads and Worms on an improved principle, Columns for Alcohol Stills, Yeast Jugs, Cans, Syphons, Ac. ; Copper, Lead and Iron Pipe ; C'oppor, Brass and Iron Pumps of every variety, for lcr, Spirits, OU, Ac. Brass Cocks and Valves, Steaia Whistles, Ac. Warkmen sent to all parts to fit up work and do repairs on Sb-am Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron Work, Ac. Old Metals Bought. They are dealing In and selling Allen's imtirev ed Steam Guage, Wrought Iron Welded Pipes ana Tubbing, Hiram Hopkins' T ;. "roved Smut Ma chines, Stephen Hughes' Floss: Br arators, German Bolting Oath, Gum Ela:ie B lting, Packing, Hose, Ac, of the beat ind; Ti late. Sheet Iron Block Tin, Pig Iron, B.ibil V. tai, Spelter, Fire Brick. They have every fc.-iiity of the best Machiuery and workmen, and will gfrs aS work entrusted to them, their individual atteritian, fining orders pomptly, warranti ; r their work, and are satisfied with rtvifcouable prk . WWXHtei .nd 8a!- ' mis, Foundry, Boiler-yard Mac hi tie Shop on I'-.u. sisMt, between Firet and .trr.Mtj streets, t'.vs Ind. de7 HARDWARE. GEO. S. SONNTAG&CO , Jobbe- s 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 tollowing in large quantites: TABLE CCTLERT, English. TABLE CVTLEBT, American.. TABLE CUTLERY, English. TABLE CUTLER T, America. PCCEET CUTLERY. POCKET CUTLERY. POCKET CUTLERY. POCKET CWTLERY. CBOPPIXG AXES. CHOPPING AXES. CHOPPING AXES. CHOPPING AXES. 8HEAR8 A KD SCISSORS SHEAS8 AND SCTS80R8 SHEARS AND BCIB80RS SHEARS ANB SCISSORS TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. TABLE AND TEA SPOONS TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. MILL AND CUT SAWS MILL AND H CUT SAWS WOOD AND HAND SAWS. WOOD AND HAND 8AW8. BUILDER'S HARDWARE. MECHANICS TOOLS. BUILDER'S HARDWARES MECHANICS TOOLS. GUSS AND PI8TOL8. CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS. GUNS ATD PISTOLS. CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS PLATTORM AND COUNTER SCALES. PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES. SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS. SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS. GEO. S. SOXXTAG sV CO., No. lO Main Street. OYSTER DEPOT. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OYSTER DEPOT. T AM SOLE AGENT FOR STILE'S CELE- 1 B RATED Corn-fed Oysters. Received dailv by Adam's Express Company . Orders promptly ETn tIM. WM CALDWK o. 9 First Street. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OYSTER DEPOT. FOR SALE. THRESH VTINTER AHPLK CIDER FOR f Apple-Butter, by PHILIP sCHKIMJCs!, ool-lw Oof. Sixth and Division Streets. aiSTIJO KBATI. INSURANCE AGENCY. INSURANCE AGNCY J. W. NEXSEN, Marble flail, Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND., Underwriter and General In- eurance Agent. Adjuster of Fire Losses an4 Notary Public. All business connected with insurance attended to with promptness and fidelity. Polices issued in several ot the oldest and most reliable omp nies in the Union. FIRE, LIFE and MARINE. ombined Cash Capital Rep resented over $5, 000, 0 00 00 P REPAR" IN TIME AGAINST THE THE FIEES OP FALL!! BT Prime A No. 1 Insurance IK THE Phoenix Insurance Company OF HARTFORD CONN. The Fruits of the Phoenix Are manifest in the following statement of Fcl s cfc Figures Showing the amount equalised to public benefit in the shape of losses paid in the West and Seu, during the past four years ; a Use of valuable ser vice, hunorable as well aa commendable, and which should suggest or o every man who desires to bestow his iaiurano patronage upon a WELL TRIED CORPORATION V77.A5 .. OHIO $4" .577 U 27,6.94 INDIANA 27,h22.94 69,174.56 ILLINOIS .9.174.5 S2,C70,ii8 MICHIGAN... ... 32,670.64 34,2 "'.13 WISCONSIN 34.95a.li 19,323.34 ....IOWA 18,323.3- 8,653.10 MINNESOTA 8,63.U 1, 67.00. NEBRASKA 1,167.00 f 9,766.00. KANSAS... 9,766.0 J 31,054.36 KENTUCKY 34,064.36 43.054.9O ....TENNESSEE 43,054.90 2s,S32..V; MISSISSIPPI 20,832.55 27,698.83 MISSOURI 27,698.83 3,839.43. ARKANSAS 22,839.4i 3,801.98 TEXAS 3,90I.9C 555.55 ALARAMA 655 56 a ihe editable ndjattmmt, and prvmft tpent to I'owej, tkt PBOZNIX rtandt prt-em Ihe hftJ "f its profusion; wttiU Us Ocaf, smd first-clns business system of loaJ agencies, is not excelled bg any similar corporation in Ihe tcorid. Insurances solicited, and policies issued and re newed in this leading Corporation, at fair rates by J. W. NEX5-EN, Resident Agent, Office, Marble Hall Building, Main street. Cash Assets, January 1st, 1862, $1,992585.89. Losses Paid, Upward 3 14,000,000. The great public service, promptness and relia bility of this well-tried and sterling Company, re commend it to preference with those needing In surance. SJV Insurance solicited and Policies issued by J. W. NEXSEN, Agent, feb6 Marble Hall Building, No. 9. Main st. n - 4 WATCHES & JEWELRY. J. L. BITTROLFF, JR.. No. 1,' North First Stree. An entirely new Stock of Watches and: Jewelry, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, &ct T WOULD REPECTFULLT INFORM TH1 nnl.lir tl;.tt 7 h.ivr onened an entire,.' new an fashionable stock of the above good, which, hav ing been bought for cash, I am prepared to ssll at prices as low as the lowest, and warrant ever article to be just as represented. From long ex perience in the business, I am confident of giving satisfaction, and hope to merit a share of the pub lic patronage. Personal attention paid to repairing Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. J. L. BITTROLFF, Jr., octl7-lmdw No. 1, North First 8tret. NOTICE. WHEREAS, R. L. POWERS, LATE MT partner, has left for parts unknown, and token 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 him anything in the name cf -.-ar firm, as I will not b? responsible for any debt i -f his contract ing. Any information in regan to vbesaiJ m L Powers will be thankfully receives; by me at New burg. Indiana. JAs. A McGILlr Oct. 17, 18G3.-1W REGULAR PACKET. LOW Water Arrangement Monday and Thursday Packet, rjlHE FINE LOW WATER PACKET, West Virgiriiai, Capt. CRANE. Cterts HALL. tt : 1 1 Ysa-jknerakHl t- t- T"T Jmk , Monday and Hsssssssssi o'clock, not v at u noon, for fnamn 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 charge. She will run for the accommodation of the p lic, and solicits a share of public patronage. seMtf JNO. B. HALL, Agent. PAPER MILLS. EVANSVILLE PAPER MILLS, LB1CH A CARLSTEDT, Agents. WE MANUFACTURE WRAPPING PAPER equaMo any made, and at Cincinnati price. Prices sent OS) application to the Agents, JylOdSm GROCERIES. THRESH riGS500 lrnms very choice quAty I1 just received by S. E. GILHKRT 00 CIGARS - A large stock from Common to Fine Havana torsalelow bv feanSOl S. E. GILBERT CO CODA 150 K.eir. best Quality, for sale low. in lots to the trade. ep3U g. E. G1LBKBTw ENTUCKT-MUSTARD -100 Boxes, S dot, each, p30 At S. B. GILBERT A CO nilotnu TAB Ly "in 10 and 2 gallon Kegs, and Wagon Tar in Barrel,, for sale sep. By S. E. G1LBKBT A CO. I) 1KLE POWDEB XX In Kegs and half pound Canisters, for ByS. E. GILBERT A CO low. sep30 GOVERNMENT NORTHERN PITCH 10 bids for sale by S. E. GILBERT CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street. OYRL'P 150 bbls., different brands, for sale low O by S. B GILBERT at w. N 'IT ORLEANS SUGAR Si hhds fair ti prim., fcr sals low by 8. E. wILBXBX CO.