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Evansville daily journal. (Evansville, Ind.) 1863-1866, October 22, 1863, MORNING EDITION, Image 2

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WANTS, FOR RENT, &c.
"DOTS WANTED
D Two Beys wanted , spply at the
Oct-'-3 AMERICAN HOUSE.
FOUND A LAME' CLOTH CLOAK AND
Chenille Scarf, supposed to have been stolen.
The owner can havr the same bv proving propertT
and paving for this notice. oc-J) "
LOST Sometime between the 7th and 12thinst.
Memorandum Book, containing some wood
accounts of John & T. D. Smyth are of no use
to any one except the owners. An envelope in the
book, directed to John S. Garltt.
Any person Deling the same, and leaving it at
the store of Mr P. Boyle, First street, or at my
bonse on Division street, will be paid for their
trouble
oc51w. JOHN SMYTH.
T?OR
SALE A FULL BLOODED AYER-
X" SHIRE Cow,
five years old, bright cherrv
red, warranted full blooded, and gives, when
fresh, four gallons of ri h 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. ocl4-lw
T7UR SALE OR RENT. A two story
A dwelling house, navinx nine rooms.
Also forsaieaOneSrory Frame dwelling house,
haviug 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 fine lot between Second and
Third Streets, fronting thirty-seven fen on Main
Street.
For farther particulars enquire at the office of
oct7 LAW A ANTHES.
TAILORS WANTED. Six good Tailors can
obtain employment, at the beat of wages, by
applving iatne iatelvat
DAVID ANDERSON'S,
oc8 Slain Street bet. First and Water.
CITY HOTEL FOR RENT The above naed
bouse is favorably located on Water street,
opposite the Steamboat Landing, and has lately
been painted inside and out, papered, and pat in
good order for a first class hotel. The long and
noted name of this House is sufficient guarantee to
any person qualified, to insure him a good busi
ness. Will be rented on favorable terms, tfrom 1
to 5 years. Enquire of
CHARLES HARRINGTON.
Evansville Ind., Sept. 23, 1863.
THURSDAY OCTOBER 22
sr. m. THAYER, EeUtor.
J. '. SILVERTHOH.V, Associate.
The Situation.
The Washington military authorities
claim to have unraveled the mystery in
which the recent movements of Gen. Lee
have been enshrouded. It seems with
a single corps, or part of a corps, he
chased Meade back to Washington,
while he was quietiy and expeditiously
hipping by rail the bulk of his army
from Culpepper to the Southwest. This
explanation places the generalship of
Gen. Meade, in saving the Army of the
Potomac from a flank movement by a
portion of E well's corps, in a new light. 1
It certainly required military talent of a
high order to extricate an army like that j
under General Meade from the danger
threatened by a single corps.
We have been told that the with
drawal of Meade to Washington was de- j
termined upon weeks before the thing j
was accomplished ; that it was inexpedi- ;
ent to maintain such lengthy lines of j
communication, and that the retrogado j
movement was not on account of any j
fear of Lee's army, but in accordance
with a predetermined plan. Now, how
ever, we are informed that the rebel ar
my is in full retreat, destroying the rail
road as they go, and that the Union army
is in as hot pursuit as the reconstruction
of the road will permit. Lines of I
communication seem to be lost sight of
altogether, and no apprehension is ex
pressed, if entertained, of any interfer- j
ence with Meade's supplies. In a few i
days complaints will be registered against
rpyidepce for -interfering withWashine
tratesv. bv nnnrmir o.
aivv K ,
"6 uu" "ia annual ,
tall rains and renrfn'o , , f
j,onoie, wmie the people will be encour-
aged by charming stories of what would I
have been done if the weather had con
tinued pleasant
Gen. Lee has again outwitted Meade
as he did on the Potomac in July last.
By a feint he induced the army of the
Potomac to retreat to Washington, he
being Veil assured that the weather
would prevent its advance again to a
point where it could in the least inter
fere with his plans. In the meantime he
will hurry the bulk of his army down the
Virginia Central Railroad into East Ten.
nessee, for the purpose of attacking
Burnside, driving him out of that De
partment, and thus flank our position at
Vhattanooga This, we think, Lee conte
m-
plates, because the rebels regard the pos
session of East Tennessee as vital to the
success of their cause. Jeff. Davis him
self has been at Bragg's headquarters
for the purpose of settling disputes, it is
alleged, but more probably with the ob
ject of assisting in the grand concentra
tion of all the rebel forces for one mighty
effort for the recovery of Tennessee.
While these movements n HooiVn
by the rebels,
couraging the
our Government is dis.
army by changes in its
head. It will
take Gen. Grant some
time to get his new Department well in
, hand, and we much fear before he gets
hit armies under his control and in posi
tion to concentrate them readily, the re
bels will be upon him. The removal of
Gen. Rosecrans at this juncture is
fraught with peril, and a disaster in
Tennessee will occasion a terrible outcry j
against the Administration. The re- j
moval of Gen. Blunt in the West and
Rosecrans in the South, has been pro- j
ductive of the greatest" dissatisfaction. 1
The Administration had much better be
toid the truth in this particular than flat
tered with false tales of approval.
9&- Gen. Bcrnside appears to be
stirring up the rebels lively in his De
partment This may account for his !
upercedure. Several days ago we were
shown a private letter from Col. John
Foster, announcing that he was about ;
starting on an expedition of considera- i
me importance, and that the
next we
would hear of him would
be among the
reoei salt works in Southwest Virginia.
Sure enough, we learn from rebel papers
that from 12,000 to 14,000 Yankee Cav
alry and mounted infantry attacked the
rebel forces near Greenville, Tennessee
on the 10th inst, and drove them back
into Virginia. The rebels lost in two
day's fighting, according to their state
ments, 300 killed and wounded the lat
ter falling into the hands of the Yan
kees. Not satisfied with this success
the Yankees were advancing in force
on Abingdon, Virginia, which is located
in the great salt region upon which
the rebels depend almost entirely for
their supplies of this commodity.
Should General Shackelford succeed
in his undertaking and utterly destroy
the salt works in the vicinity of Abing
don, anotbfr blow will have been struck
tbe rebellion which will contribute,
greatly to its ultimate overthrow.
Distressing We yesterday saw an
aesernblage of three families emigrating j
northward, eoiisiMiae oi one man, tour
women, (one with child at the brenst,)
and eight children making iheir way
through the city, their whole store and
property consisting of three poor and
nearly starved horses, au old, ricketty,
one-horse wagon, wfchu few almost worn
out bed clothes and ciuiits The man
was leading the horse ntt ached to the
wagon: two of the women were ridingon
horseback, and the other two taking it
foot back. The children were in the
wagon, except one carried br the elder
woman at the breast, and sbe trudging
along bearing the offspring. To see such
a sight in this community is truly dis
tressing. We could not help but give
them our mite. They said they were
from Tennessee, and were trying to get
te some place where they could earn a
living by farming. N. A. Ledger.
JJClarence Bale, of Jefferson coun
ty, was found guilty yesterday, by a jury
of the United States Circuit Court He
was indicted for hating opened a recruit
ing station for the Confederate army,
about a year ago, when the rebels occu
pied our Stat. It will be remembered
that we published the call which he is
sued for recruits to the Kirby Smith
Brigade, which was to have been under
the command of Abe Buford. The pros
ecution was conducted by Joshua Tevis,
Esq., the United States District Attornev,
and the defence by Judge Bullock, who
has ordered an arrest of judgment and a
new trial. Should these be refused, he
will be punished both with fine and im
prisonment Zou. Journal.
Y faw Javc aero wo undc lilt' U t O II
of the fact that 40,000 letters had been
received and forward at the Nashville
Post Office in one day. Since that, as
many as 45,000 have been recived and
mailed in one day; and this in addition
to a heavy newspaper mail. The army
mail matter is immense, and yet it is all
distributed and delivered punctually,
each regiment having a separate box, to
which letters or newspapers for it nre
consigned. Nashville Union.
BThe Pittsburg Evening Chronicle
of the 16th says:
There is a slight rise in the river to
day, and people are looking hopefully
for a resumption of navigation. The
rise is from the Allegheny. There are
now upward of 4,000,000 bushels of coal
lying in the river above the city, await
ing a rise to get out. Coal is selling at
enormously high prices below us, and
those who are fortunate enough to get
down fir;-t will make a nice thing of it.
8"lnuia:.;i has been officially credit
ed with an excesi of 1,686 men over her
i quotas under all calls, whether for volun
; teers or under the draft. Not content
: with what she has done, Indiana is form
j ing eleven regiments, seven of infantry
i and four of cavalry, in separate camps,
j all of which her Governor expects to be
i full by the 10th of November. Lou.
Journal.
t?The Southern Scurce, a rebel pa
per says that negroes sell in Houston,
Texas, at $3,000 to $4,000 each.
And it might have added that little
negro boys think nothing of paving $100
for a stick of candy and $1,000 for a
jewshap
Money is plenty in Dixie.
Nashville Union.
It is reported that Miss Kate
Chase, daughter of the Secrejiry, is to
be married on the 12th of next month to
Gov. Sprague, of Rhode Island.
ETEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
BY TH I 1 KS oUrnal
KT 1 - ; ' ' '
From New York.
Lee's Movements Explained His
Army Bound for South-west.
New York, Oct 20. The correspond
ent says the Army of the Potomac is in
full pursuit of the retreating rebel forces.
Trains run into Bristow to-day, and large
quantities of railroad material have
been transported for putting the track in
repair and re-buildinc, bridges.
The rebels destroyed the track for
miles, burning and bending the iron.
Prisoners assert it is entirely destroyed
for 24 miles beyond Catlett's.
A special to the Timet from Washing
ton 20th, says the mystery of Lee7s
movements during the last week is un
covered. His army was at Culpepper
yesterday morning, and were being vig
orously embarked on trains for thp
i South-west.
From Nashville.
Arrival of Oem. Grant and Melge,
and Secretary Stanton Specula,
tions on the Mew Combination.
Nashville, Oct. 20 Quartermaster
Genera! Meigs, Gen. Grant and staff ar
rived this evening.
It is reported that Grant assumes com
mand of the Departments of the Cumber
laud, Tennessee and Ohio, to be called
the military DeDartment r.t tka m;q0;c.
sippi.
Gen. Thomas, it is reported, com-!
mands the army of the Cumberland.
General Hooker is at Stevenson, Ala- ,
bama.
Hon. E. M. Stanton arrived on a spe- S
cial train, and is the guest of Jude j
Catron.
At an assemblage of citizens at the j
St. Cloud Hotel, short speeches were de- j
livered by Gov. Johnson, General Grant
and General Meigs.
A railrfad accident happened near
Murfreesboro, killing and wounding sev- I
eral.
The telegraph is working to Chatta- !
nooga.
The river is falling, with about 5 feet !
on the Shoals.
Foreign New
Arrival of the Scotl
New York, Oct. 21. The Scotia from
Liverpool, with dates to the 11th has ar
rived. The Government on the 9th formally
seized one of the supposed Rams, built
by Laird, on the Mersey. Another au
thority says both have been seized."! i3
not known what additional evidence had
been procured te induce this step.
It is stated that the rebel Government
had resolved not to grant clearances to
blockade runners, except on condition of
their taking one-third of the outward
cargo cn Government account ; also that
a pressure was being used to get a prohi-
exportation ot cotton on
private accoant, except such as is pledg
ed to the holderg of the Confederate
loan.
The Times i thinks detail, from Chica
tnauga establish the total defnat of Rose
crans, and charges the Federal Govern
ment with keep D ; back the news.
i'its The Mexican question is un
chai iged The Patrie maintains the
couijjIh!. i. Piracy of its statements that
the Pru. n'-artiski had demanded
the recognition of Poles as belligerents.
BreadstuKjt 8, Flour unchanged.
VTho.it quiet and steadv.
Barrinc Brothers rerjort nuntatinn fnr
r--- i - ' . " wai a wui aavertlse lor
American gecutias jrensraUv lower, Verv wlea" Sm1 Estate that the taxes have not bean
little doing. '.!Pw3w' 8. BOtPFM, Collector.
New York, October 21. A Constan-
tinople letter says the porte offers to buy
lird s steam rams.
It is said that Kusse.ll favors this solu
tion of the dilficulty.
The 1'aris correspondent oFHIie Times
says Maximillian's answer is looked upon
as' it civil refusal rather than an accept
ance, as he asks conditions that will be
difficult to satisfy.
Cotton advanced (a .Jd. Hreadstutts
steadv. Provisions firm n'id quiet. Con
sols 93S93J.
Cien. Schoftelrl on the Missouri Elec
tions Rules for the government of
the same.
St. Louis, October 21. General Scho
tield has issued an order for the govern
ment of the November election in this
State.
Judges of elections will be held strict
ly responsible that none but qualified
voters shall bo allowed to vote, and any
action on their part, excluding qualified
voters from the polls will be punished as
a military offence. Any person having
borne arms against the Government, or
given aid nnd comfort to its enemies du
ring the present rebellion, who shall pre
sume to a ' as Judges or clerks in siiid
election, o: any County Judge who shall
knowingly "ppoint any such person as
the Judge election, shall be guilty of
violating u. iitary orders and punished
accordingly.
In those parts of the State where there
is danger of interruptions by guerrillas
and combinations of persons, intended to
overawe or intimidate legal voters, the
military commanders are directed to
prevent such interference. But where
ad- protection is unnecessary, troops
will absent themselves from the polls,
and are permitted to vote only at the
polls opened at the headqurters of their
own companies or detachments.
From Washington.
Menile
Advancing South A
Battle Anticipated.
Oreal
Washington, October 21. Our troops
are moving steadily onward in two col
umns. Buford reports that there was no ene
my in force at Thoroughfare Gap.
At 10 o'clock yesterday P. M. the
rebels were in force at Buckland's Mills,
four miles from Gainesville. Our troops
are advancing and a great battle is con
sidered imminent.
All Quiet at Charleston.
New York, October 21. The steamer
Fultjn, from Stouo Inler, on the 18th, has
arrived and reports all quiet at Charles
ton. Ktver and Weather.
Pittsburg, Oct. 21. River .1 feet one
inch by the metal mark and at a stand.
Weather clear and pleasant.
Cincinnati, October 21. River sta
tionary, with 2 feet 11 inches in the
channel. Weather clear.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
GROCERIES.
JIOTTON YARNS 25 BAGS
MAYSVII,r,E
KJ ftOO'n and 600's ; for sale by
S. E. GILBERT A CO.,
oc22 No. 4 Sycamore Street.
EXTRA FLOUR 100 BBLS. ON CONSION
ment ; for sale at
S. E. GILBERT & CO.,
oc22 No. 4 Sycamere Street.
S1
TAR CANDLES 100 BOXES; FOR SALE
by S. X. GILBERT A CO..
oc2i Fo. 4 Sycamore Street.
CINNAMON 200 MATS FOR SALE LOW TO
the trade by S. E. GILBERT & CO.,
oc22 No. 4 Sycamore Stre -t.
r O JlARTP ACKET.
For Cumberland River.
rjni
E FINE STEAMER
Cordelia Anii-
JOE McREYNOLDS Captain,
it i Will leave for Nashville and in-Jfejj-
terniediRte points on SATCB
EWKflsBAY, October 24th, at 12o'clock.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
oc22 COX & HUMPHREY, Agent.
LOW Water Arrangement.
Monday and Thursday Packet.
rpHE FINE LOW WATER PACKST,
West
Capt. CRANE
ririnia.
Clerk HALL.
Will leave Evansville every
Monday and Thursday at 12
O'clock, noon, for Purtn.-Mh
j and all way landings. She will carry freight at
j the Dexter Line.
CARD RATES for high water. John B. Hall
I will receive and store freight for her any dav or
night free of charge.
She will run for the accommodation of the pub
! lie, and solicits a share of public patronage.
o10"' JNO. B. HALL, Agent.
BAKERY.
T j
ADANK'S
CONFECTIONERY
AND
FANCY CAKE BAKERY,
Second Street, Sear Main,
Evansville, Ind.
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS THE CITI
ZENS of Evansville that be 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
ami 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-w Q. A HANK .
PAPER MILLS.
EVANSVILLE
PAPER MILLS,
LEICH & CARL8TEDT, Agents.
VX7E MANUFACTURE WRAPPING PAPER
VL 8lu"lt0 an7 made, and at Cincinnati prices
Frices sent on application to the Agents.
jylOdAn '
GROCERIES.
TTAM8 3,000 pounds extra Hams
XX At H. A. COOK'S.
CwiRK1,ES-3 bbis. choice Cranberries
At H. A. COOK'S.
i lyTAILS 60 kegs assorted Nails
11
At H. A COOK'S.
pOFFEE-40 bags Bio Coffee Just received
At H. A. COOK'S.
gUGAR 10 hhds: choloe P
B. Sugar
At H. A. COOK'S
jABI) OIL 5 bbls
Winter Strained Lard Oil
AtH.A. COOK'S.
. vx.,-, oois. nest quality Coal Oil just
received At H. A. COOK'S.
T? GGS 200 doaen fresh Eggs"
rt 1 I ftIT r L " ' "
AtH.A
COOK'S
DBIED BEEF 2,000
Cured Dried Beef
pounds extra Sugar
At H. A. COOK'S.
If NESTSGEBMAN MABKET BASKET, y
LJVJ 4 in a nest.
AtH. A. COOK'S.
T8 boxes rich Western ResrB
v cnaass ;
15 boxes English Dary Cheese,
At H. A. COOK'S.
Sn, Pr6! bS.x St- Louis German Soap I 50 bns
St. Louis Palm Soap j .
- At H. A. COOK'S.
I ABU 15 boxes prime Leaf Sterine Lard
At H. A. COOK'S
t.t m -r s- . t
NOTICE tO TAX PAYERS
. Tn..n. . M
TINWARE
B.
MESKER,
Wo. 72
MAIN STREET,
Would inform his numerous custo
mers fend 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
in part of
Stock, consisting
ST O YES,
TINWARE
AVI)
JAPANNED-WARE, &c,
At Cost for Cash Only,
Without any Respect or Persons
Whatever.
NOW IS THE TIME TO PROCURE BAR
GAINS in my line of business. Those who
call first will have the best stock to select from.
J. B. ME3KEB.
N. B. All tliose owing me are respectfully in
vited to call aud settle their bill- at once without
delay. oct21-2m
STOVES, &c.
3
INSOLUBLE. CEMENT
Gbeat
Discovert
ISEPUt and VALlTABtK
DISCO VEBY !
HILTON'S
Appucabi. to ipsOLUBLE CEMENT!
the useful arts. ofrnore general practical utility
than any invention now before the
public It has been thoroughly
re-ted during the last two years by
practical men, and pronounced to
SUPEHIOR TO ANY
Adhesive Prtparation known.
A new thing. I SUon , Insolubh
Is a new thine
and the result of
its combination
:yers of study
is on
Its
Combina
tion, Scientific Principles,
j And nnder no circumstances or
change of temperature, will it be
jcome corrupt or emit any offensive
smell.
Boot A Shoo
Manufacturers
HOOT
fc sh o k:
Man ufact urers.
using Machines,
will find it the best article known
for Cementing the Channels, as it
j works without delay, is not affect
ed by any change of temperature.
JEWELERS
, Will nnd it sufflcientlv adhesive for
, their nst.-, ax has been proved.
It Is W'hIH adapted to
And we claim m an especial merit
i that it sticks Patches n Linings'
ito Boots and Shoes an Icieutly
I strong without stitching-
Jeweler.
IT IS THE ONLY
LIQUID CEMENT
Extant, that Is a sure thing for
It is a Liquid.
uienaing
i FURNITURE,
CROCKERY,
TOYS,
nnu
IVORY, !
I And articles of housohold use.
j REMEMBER
Hilton s Insoluble Cement
Is in a liquid form and as ea-ily
applied at paste.
i Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Is inxoluble in water or oil.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
A'lheres oily substances.
jSupplk-din Family or Manufactur
ers' Packuges from I ounces
to 100 lbs.
HIl.TOy, BROS. & CO.,
Pkopbiktobs,
PROVIDENCE, B. I
Remember .
iy23-ly
TO LET.
Business ProDertv to Let.
75 KffisfSS
sons wishing to lease cau have the whole or on..
juaner, or one-nan, as rosy may desire.
Enqnire f ASA IGLEHEABT, or
an22tf JNO. SHANKL1N.
AUCTION & COMMIS'ION
Old Auction House and a New Aue
tioneer.
J.
J. COHN, HAVING BENTED THE OLE
" . Auction nooin on me corner oi Alain and
"" Streets, Evansville, Tor a term of years, will
1 ah.ivu uu vwiuuiiosiujl OUSinOSS,
i ind attenn to polling all kinds of Goods, Furniture
! J.aon', Bugglwt, Carriages, Horses, Cattle, all
. man uiaci urea Articles, tic. liberal ad-
! inncenaents mads on consignments.
I Prompt attention will be given to aU goods en-
! rusted to mv Moo7 v 7...r
. o . vvn.1 .
TINWARE BOOTS &
ilia g 3 ?
3H Sift lA
S0g3-t ffl
S T H
1 j. r 9 O W :
r 8 t 5
; I .I.,
SHOES.
BIG B001
AND
SHOE HOUSE.
OH
READ k 1,
Ho. 63
MAIN STREET,
Art1 again in Market with the j
largest Stock of
tiOOl) GOODS,
( We say GOOD, for we sell
that kind of Stock), to be
found in any House of our
fteauaiiftance East or West.
They were bought for Cash
one
ut the firm
who
. ..... u i. ?;.iU-Ml iT bf
sjiynds the greater part of his
time East for that express
. !1
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 TVill
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
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
go.
MORGAN, READ & CC
HAT HOUSE
Lt is not a mooted question that
MORGAN, READ & CO.,
LV o. 68
. aln SFtaroos,
Have the Largest and Hand
somest stock of
ATS
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 i 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 wiil
sell as low as any jobber East,
transportation added. Call and
examiue our Goods before buying.
No trouble to show goods.
MORGAN, READ & C
vvx.tt,.. Mareh s. leas.
COLLECTOR'S SALE.
Collector's Sale of Beal tt.tata fnr
the payment
Vof the eosts and expenses of Sidewalk
: Im prove -
menis.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THT BY
JL1I virtue of a precept issued by the Mayor of the
City of Evansville ami to me directed, I will sell
at public auction, at the door of the Court House
,n 917' FrJdT- October 9, at lu o'clock
a. m., the following Lots or parcels of Beal Estate
or so mnch thereof as may be necessary to pay the
amount charged and assessed against said Lots re
apectively for the coats and expenses of maki!1K
sidewalk improvements upon said Lots, together
with the costs of sale, and that ih ..! i .,i,
I continued on the next day thereafter, via: Satur-
day, the 10th of October, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
the same place for the numoae of llinr.r.,h
erty as may have been sold on the day above nien
oned and not paid for :
FOOKTH ENLABGEMENT.
U ot No. 1, block No. 8 ; Frank Chambers heirs
owners, 16 56.
8TOCKWELL'S KNLABGMENT.
Lot 9, block 1, C. L. Neomasten's heirs, S3 32V.
N. W. X lot 10, block 1, 90Uo.
W. 8 JK&PPLE, Oellsotor.
Evansville, Sept. M, lSof.
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
WATCHES
A N P
JEWELRY,
AT
' .Wholesale and Retail.
6E0. A. BITTE0LFF
Was just o;-ned at the old stand
IVo.
One of the largest ai :
WATCHES
t selected stocks of
CLOCKS
TE3 7T 31- EF
Diamond Eingrs and Pins,
Silver Ware,
Silver Cups, Soap Ladles,
Table and Tea Spoons,
Napkin Rings, Butter Knives.
Childrens' Setts, &e.. &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 cau sell at
the lowest figures for Cash, ('all and examine my
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
GEO. A. BITTR0LFF,
sepA No. 48 Main Street.
PENS, SOAP, &c, &c.
Sand and Emery Paper.
A
GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SAND AND
Emery Paper just received at
SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store
Cooking Extracts.
A
LARGE STACK AND GOOD ASSORT
MENT of Cooking Extracts just received at
SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Store.
ft
Essence of offee
T7SSENCE OF COFFEE JUST BECEI v.
d AT
Hi
a SCLAZFFE'S Drag Store.
Mustard.
THE VERY BEST QUALITY OF MUST ALD
for sale at
SCHLAEPFEB'S Drug Stora
Soap.
VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SOAPS
just received and for sale at
SCHLAEPFEB'S Ding Store.
A
Steel Pens.
LAKGK A SORT AI ENT OF STEEL PENS
and Lead Pencils, of the best brauds, for sale
SCHLAEPFER'S Drttf Bbora.
A
Ci ART'S f'AUGH CURE FOB SALE AT
SCHLAEPFER'S Drug Stwre
HOOF1.ANDS BALSAMIC BALSAM FOR
the Cure of Coughs and Colds ; just received
and for sale at
SCHLAEPFER'S Dni Store.
COMBU SIOKER'S SALE.
i Commissioner's Sale of Valuable
Real Estate.
1 ''J-'HE UNDEBSIGNED COMMISS10NEB AP
i poiuted by the Vanderburgh Circuit Court in
a suit in partition wherein Sophi D. Gridley and
j others are defendants, to make le of the Beal
F.tnte lielonging to the parties to said suit to-wit :
: To the heirs or Horace Dunham deceased will, in
i pursuance of the decree of said Court, on the 28th
I jjr it October, 1863, between 10 o'clock a. m. and
8 o'clock p. m., at the Court House door, in the
City of Evansville, Indiana, proc.-d to sell at
j Public Auction, the following described Beal Ee
I tate to-wit : All those tracts or parcels of land and
. town lots lying and being in the County of Van
l derburg and State of Indiana, known and describ
I el as follows : The north-east quarter of section
thirty-two (32) the south-west quarter of sec
j tiou thirty-two (32), the west half of the west
; half of the south-east quarter of section tbirty
I two (32), und the south half of fractional section
: thirty-one (31), all in township six (6), south of
range ten (10) west, in theVincennee Land District,
j Also, all those parts of fractional sections tlveand
six (o) and (), in township seven (7), south of
I range' ten (10) west, contained within the following
I boundary : that is to say, commencing at the cor
! ner of fractional section thirty-one (31), in town
I ship six (6), which corner is situate on the bayou
I bank nearly opposito the Green Biver Island, and
J running thence east twenty-five (26) chains and
I forty-eight (48) links to the north-west corner of
' fractional section five (5), township seven
j (Ti, thence running east on the township line
i fifty i.Vi) chains, thence south nine (9) chains
! and tifty.slx (5G) links, thence west seventy
! three (T3) chains and forty -four (44) links to the
top of the above mentioned bayou bank, thence
I along said bayou bank to the place of beginning,
j containing Tl 18-100 acres. Also, the north-
west quarter of the south-west quarter of sec
! tion sixten (16), in township seven 7) south,
of range eleven (11) wet. Also. lots one hundred
! and eighty-six, the i n-1 : half of lot one hundred
j and ninety -seven, being the half oi said lot adjoin
ing tot i.is, saia lot iv, Doing 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, (186J4 of
l'JT, 1X8, 234, 235, and 236.) all in the Donation
Enlargement of the City f Evansville. Also, lot
eight (S) and the adjoiuing half of lot nine (9),
Union Place, Evansville, id lot 18$ being subject
to lease for the Urm of live (5) years from the 1st
day of September, 1850, at a yearly rent of three
hnndred dollars, and i"0 feet of the south-east end
of said lot 236 is sublect to a lease from the 1st dav
of January, 1859, for a term of eleven years, at
I a ground rent of eighty dollars per year.
Tlie above described land's comprise over 550
acres in a body adjoiuging this city, which are
j platted iuto garden lots, and will be "sold in small
I parcels to suit purchasers, of which maps can be
seen at the office of Asa Iglelieart.
TUBUS. One-fourth cash, the remainder in
i three equal au; ual installments, to be secured by
notes with approved suretv waiving relief laws
and bearing interest. 11I&AM NELSON,
Asa IcLEHKtRT, Commissioner.
ttorney. septStf
DRUGS, &c.
WM H. P. STODDARD,
. 1 J Main Street,
EVaSVILLE, 19iD.
IMPOBTEB, MANL'FACTUREB, AND DEAL
, A er in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Oils, Paints,
. Varnishes, Glass, Brashes, Lamps, Dye Stuffs, and
I all articles usually kept m a first class Drug Store,
j with a large aud varied assortment of Patent Med.
! icinee and Perfumery, together with every deecrip
i tion of Ambrotype and Photograph Goods, con
! sisting f Cameras. Chemicals, Cases and FrameB
continuity ou band, and sold at reasonable prices
Orders frcm Merchants and Artists promptlv
attended to, and forwarded as instructed.
Tr,
PHINTEBS AND I'CBI.isHERS-.J-.t
received a fresh lot of Vaile' Prlni tier Ink.
comprising Book, Card and an assortment of
Colored Inks in cans, ac
WM. H. P. STODDABD H. 17 Main street .
A LKXANDEB'S PATENT CEMENT. FOB
SV Booflng and Railroad and St am boat pur
poses. A very superior and durable article at 17
Main Street.
TAB. LYON S
PERIODICAL DKOP9 HAVE
U arrived
Call and g.'t a bottle at 17 Main
Street.
C'OAI, OIL A superior article ; white and near
I ly inoderous, for sale bv tlie gallon or bar
I rel, at 17 Main street.
LAMPS, LAMPS A new xupplv just received,
at 17 Main street.
IJLLL JTAHNESTOCK'M, McLANE'S aud a
XJ vi
variety of other Vei inifiiKMi
at the City Drug
Store, 17 Main Street.
CiHALLENBEHGEK FEVEB AND
AGUl
At
ntedote tor sale at 17 Main Street.
TJBUSHFS An endless variety of kinds
and
J
qualities ran be bad at 17 Main Mtreet.
Notice of Application for
License.
NOTICE IS HEBEBT GIVEN THAT I WILL
apply to the Board of County Coiumlssionem
of Vanderburgh County, at their next term, com
mencing on the first Monday in December, IMS,
for license to sail lntoxicatiug liquors in a less
quantity than a quart, for the term of one year.
My place of doing business is on the corner of .
Water and Vine Streets, Lot No. 31, Old Plan of
the City of Bvansvtlle.
sepSewSw JOHN HENDERSON.
HARDWARE.
Jobbeis and Importers.
Hardware and Cutlery.
Our Pall Stock being very
; large and complete, we can
l
offer to our Customers and
the Trade, Goods that can
not fail t please in Style,
Quality and Price. Our
Stock is now bought for
Cash, and prices reduced.
We offer the i oil owing in
large quant tes:
TABLE CVTLEttT. aj Uh.
TABLE (L'TLBBT. iu.erloaa.
TABIE CCTLBRT. i.glUh.
TABLE CUTLERY, American.
POCKkT CCTLKET.
POCKET CUTLERY.
POCKET CUTLERY.
POCKET CUTLERY.
CHuPPINO AX Si
CHOPPIXQ AXES
CHOPPISO AXES
CHOPPING JXSS
BH EARS AND SCISHORS
SHEARS ASL SCISHORS
SHEARS AND SCISSORS
SHEABS ASB 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 A ND HA ND SA WS.
BUILDER'S HARDWARE.
MECHANICS TOOLS.
BUILBES'S HARDWARB
MECHANICS TOOLS.
O USE AND PISTOLS.
CARTRIDGES AND OUN CAPS.
HUNS ATD PISTOLS.
0ARTRIDGES AND GUN C.iP
PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES.
PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES.
SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS.
SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS.
CEO.
S. SOX NT AG fc CO.,
No. 10 Main Street.
$400 BOUNTY!
CAPTAIN TOM. WILLIAMSON, OT THE
Old Fourteenth Begiment, is authorized to
recrait a Company for one of the new Bcgiments.
He appeals to the young men of this District to
enlist. The Bounty is most liberal 9402 for old
recruits and S302 for new. Now is the time to
step forward.
Recruiting Office at Captain Hynes', Provost
Marshal's Office. Transportation from all points
on the E. A C. B. B. furnished. sepSO.
SEWING MACHINES
M. SELLMAN HAVING FITTED UP AN
office, No. 36 Main Street, will keen, as here
tofore, a good assortment of Wheeler A Wilson's
and Singers Sewing Machines and Needles, Silk.
Thread and oil, and everything that is connected
with the business, and will repair all kind of Sew
ing Machines and pnt on new Improvements.
Jy24 . IT SELLMAN. Ag't.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
FBOM THE PA STUB E OF H ABB ISO N
HOPKINS, near the Evansville and Craw
fordsville Railroad, about one mile from town, a
Bar Horse, about fifteen hands high, branded
" U. 8." 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.
oct21dtf.
$50 REWARD.
STOLEN, FBOM THE UNDEBSIGNED, A
Sorrel Mare,-in good order, about 11 years 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 mare; or $25 for the
recovery of the mare alone. S. S0BENS0N,
No. 30 Water Street, Evansville, Ind.
octl92w
OYSTER DEPOT.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
OYSTERI DEPOT.
T AM
SOLE AOBK'f FOR STILES OELE
1 BKATKD Corn-fcd
Oysters. Keeeived daih
bv Adam's Express Company. Orders promptlv
fillwl. WM CALDWELL, No. 9 First Street
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
OYSTERJ DEPOT.
r
INSURANCE AGENCY.
INSURAWAGNCY
J. W. NEXSEN,
Marble Sail, Main Street.
EVANSVILLE, IND.,
Underwriter and General In
surance Agent.
Adjuster of Fire Losses and
Notaiy Public.
All business connected
with Insurance attended to
with promptness and fidelity.
Polices issued in several ol
the oldest and most reliable
ompanies in the Union.
FIEF, LIFE and MARINE.
Combined Cash Capital Ren
resented over
$ 5,000,000 00
P S.EFARE IN TIME
AGAINST THE
f HE FIRES OF FALL ! I
BY
Prime A No. 1 Insurance
U THE
Phoenix Insurance Company
OF IIAKTFOKD. CONN. .
The Fruits of the Phoenix
Are manifest ia the following statement of
. ts z&? JF&xjr
Showing the amoout-equaliied to public benefit in
the shape of losses paid in the West and South,
during the past four years ; a line of valuable ser
vice, honorable as wall as commendable, and which
houM sng;reKt
T2 S3
i
or
At
o every man who desires to bestow hie iaioraac
patronage upon a
WELL TRIED CORPORATION.
! Ht277.45..
OHIO
INDIANA. . .
,877 46
BJslM
r,b22.94-
69,174.56.
32,670,08 .
S4,i'i.lS.
ILLINOIS k.174.
MICHIGAN 82,67.1.08
.... WISCONSIN 34,92f.13
IOWA 1-.823.34
8,653.10 MINNESOTA M6&.10
1,67.0" Nt.BUASKA. IJhT.tU
,765.00 KANSAS ,765.0c
31,054.36 KENTUCKY 84,05.36
43,054. TENNESSEE. . 43,lS4.f
31,832.55 .... MISSISSIPPI 20,832.65
27,6.18.83 MISSOURI 27.6W.83
22,839.43 ARKANSAS 22,839.43
3,861.a8 TEXAS 3,901.94
655.S5 ALABAMA 555 6
Im the 4sMe ndputment, and prompt
Cu!. SB-
tuoutr In fosses. Ike PHQ1S1X tlcndt prt-amiHruOv ax
. steads pre -ei
Ike head of itt profemoH ; while ilt externum, prarti-
iteal, ana .tirtl-cla WKum tytLem oj loc-t agemctee,
is not excelled by aay iimilT corporation in the -:'
Iasnranciea solicited, and policies issued and re
newed in this leading Corporation, at lair rates by
J. W. NEXSEN, Besiaent 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 relia-
bility of this well-tried and sterling Company, re
1 commend it to preference with those needing In
; snran ce.
" Insurance solicited and Policies issued by
J. W. NEXSEN, Agent,
febe Marble Hall Building, No. 9. Main at.
FIRE LIMITS.
THE UNDEBSIGNED WILL MAKE APPLI
cation to the Common Council of the City of
Evansville, for permission to erect a Frame Car
riage House, not exceeding; 18-by 25 feet in dimen
sions on the middle third part of Lot No. 6, Old
Plan. Any person having objections to the pro
posed building will please file the same in the
Clerks Office wi'hin wo weeks.
Oct. 12, 1863. H. E. BEAD.
JHEBEBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
apply to the Common Council for permission
to erect a wooden Warehouse, on Lots No. 1 and 2,
Lower Enlargement City of Evansville, Ind., ltO
feet long aud 70 feet wide .
octl6-2w W. M. AIKMA.N
FOR SALE.
. --- -
Valuable Mill Property for
Sale.
rpH E SUBSCRIBES OFFERS FOB SALE HIS
X well known Flooring Mill, formerly owned
by James A Mugge, a- d called the POCKET
MILLS, and the Distillery connected with lt, to
the town of Mt. Vernon, Ind.
An Engiue f great power drives the machinery
of th mi l, which U all in the finest running
condition. There are fonr run of bcrs, capable of
grinding 150 barre'e of Floor of as good brand as
can be made anywhere.
The Distillery is one of the largest in the West,
with separate engine, mashing (Kti boehelsof corn
per day. Attached sre all the necessary bnildlngs,
Ac, and a n w Stock hooss of sufflcisnt site for
3,000 hogs, fitted up ,with troughs and all facili
ties for feeding cattle.
Ttiia property Is situated on the bank of the
Ohio Biver, fifteen feet above high water mark.
I and all refuse and off nsive matter about the pens
is resoiiy carnea on oy me river. The property
has au excllent landing, four hundred yards be
low the town landing, so that shipments to and
from the premises are made without the expense
of d ravage or -harfag. The region in which
this property is situated is as fine an agricultural
country ;as tbeVe is in the United States. The sur
plus corn of last year of the immediate vicinity
was 500,000 bushels, and of wheat 250,000 bushels.
I will sell this property et private sale, on the
most reasonable terms, any time before November
7th, 1363. If not previously sold at private sale,
the same will be sold ON THAT DAT at public
auction. Capitalists wishing to invest in this
j kind of property are invited to visit th.. premiers
and examine for themselves.
Befer to Oeorge Mugge, or H. P. Caaselharrv.
Esq., Mt. Vernon ; or John J. Chandler, Esa . Ev
ansville. ept D. C. JAMES.
NOTICE.
TREASUKT DEPABTMENT, 1
Offlce of Comptroller of the Currency, V
Washington, Julv SI 1SC3. )
IXrilEBEAS BY SATISFCTOBY EVIDENCE
V presented to the undersigned, it has been
made to appear that the First National Bank of
Evansville, in the County of Vanderburgh and
State of Indiana, has been duly organised under
and according to the requirements of the set of
Congress, entitled. An act to provide a National
Currency, secured by a pledge of United States
Stocks, and to provide for the circulation and re
demption thereof, approved Februatv 23- 18C3."
i and has complied with all the provisions of said
j act required to be complied with before comment -i
ing the business of Bank ing
I Now. therefore, I, Hugh McCuIloch, Comp
troller of the Cnrrency, do hereby rertifv thai th-
i said First National Bank of Evansville, County of
i Vanderburgh, aud State of Indiana, is authorized
to commence the hasiness of Banking under the
act aforesaid.
In testlmour wheteof witness my hand
aud seal ot office this thirty-first day of
Joly, 18C3. HT'GH McCULLOOH,
Comptroller of the Cnrrency.
:t. .
NOTICE.
rpHE FIBST NATIONAL BANK OF EVANS
1
V1LL will bo intooperati a
and be open for
business on the 1st day of September
iber. 1SG3. in the
building now occupied by the Canal Bank, in
Evansville. H. Q. WHEELEB, Pres.
M . T. PAGE, Cashier. aug8-dAw2m
Administrator's Notice.
TOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN TH T THE
ou'iersigued has taken out letters of Adminis
tration upon the estate of Thomas N. Yonnglove,
late of Vanderbnrgh county, Indiana, deceased'
All persons having claims against said estate will
present them forthwith, properly certified, for
settlsiueut, and persons knowisjfthetnenlve in
dsbted to said estate will make immediate pay
ment. Said estate Is supposed to be solvent.
8E0B0E C. TOUNGLOVK,
Adsatola orator.
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