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EVAUSVILLE, IND.
thirspvy .".ocroiiB a, isss
Major Wit.emas-'s Mvbperep? Cap
titreh By a telegraphic despatch re
ceived at headquarters, (says the Louis
ville Journal of Tuesday,) we learn that
Col. MaUon, of the 7th Indiana cavalry,
commanding at Mount Sterling, sent out
a scouting party on Saturday evening,
.iUBX.U BINDERY.
The publishers of the Evansville Jour
nal have just added to their Newspaper whioh captured six prisoners, among
and Job Printing Establishment, a them the scoundrel .1. Miller, who was
FIRST CLASS BINDERY and Manc- dressed in the complete uniform of Ma-
factoby or Blake Boom. Having se- jor Wileman, and made his boasts that
cured the services of some of the best be had committed th terrible barbarity
workmen in the West, they are prepared of his de .th. Another of the prisoners
to execute orders st Cincinnati and named Keller, while under examination
Louisville price. i jn thp Prmost Marshal's office, was shot
Fvery description of Blank Books, bv a Iwroifr nrivate of the Oth K'nntn.-kv
sach as Railroad, County, Banking, Mer- cavalry named Watkins, who rushed into
cantile, and Forwarding Books, manu
s factured to order and from the best
quality of stock.
Ruling and Blanks, and Book Head
Planting, executed in a superior roan
tiie room. Keller on the night previous
to his capture had robbed Watkins of
3jMi and compelled him to look into the j
barn I of pistol, swearing that he was j
the man who had killed Maior Wilomnn !
I'. S. Pension Agency.
Established by Government authority, for pro-
ciring
PENSIONS
for iLvalid officers and Soldiers, deceaaed Officer'
and Soldiers' Widows or Orphan Children, D..
pendent Mothers or Orphan Sisters.
BOUNTY AND ARREARS
for Deceased Soldiers' Widows, Children, Fathers,
Mothers, or Brothers and Sisters. Aho for dis
charged Soldiers, who have served two Tears, or
been discharged by reason of wounds.
BOUNTY LAND AND BACK PAY
for Widows r other legal claimants of Soldiers
of 1812, Mexicau, and other past wars.
This Agency adjusts claims for parties and sol
diers of Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky, in accord -ance
with the only forms and instructions upon
which their claims ara granted at Washington,
and is the only Agency thus located, and solely
and exclusively employed
Persods writing their case plainly, and enclo
sing stamp, always answered.
Ornrx .Third street, near Main, Evansville
Ind. mHN TENNIS,
ont,s Pension Agent.
THE VERY LATEST
DRY GOODS.
SPECTACLES.
LYON'S COLUMN.
R T
TELEGrRAPH.
Later from Mexico and tbe West In
d lea Rumored Death of General
Forey The Evacuation of St. Do
mingo by the Spaniards probable. sf
No. 10
I. RITTENBEBG,
Manufacturer of the newly invented
PERISCOPI
New York, October 21. The steamer
Creole, from Havana on the 16th, has !
arrived. Vera Cruz dates to the 1st in- i
stant' contain no news.
Gen. Forey had not yet arrived at Ha-
vana, and it was rumored that he had ;
died of yellow fever.
St Domingo dates of the J 2th are re
ceived. It is probable that Island will
have to be abandoned by the Spaniards. ;
From Kentucky.
.Spectacles
AN
DRY GOODS Axm? Glasses,
aWftr-a"ssF Superior to all others now In use.
STIDEIT,
Wholesale and Retail
Hunting Guerrillas in Kentucky
Latest from East Tennessee.
...... II 1 ' 3 r -r . . w- , . .... "
unas oi rnntea work-, sach and that he had come to kill him. An
ns Magazines, Law and Medical Works other rebel, who in also among Col. Mat
Pamphlets and old books re-bouid in son's prisoners, interfered and prevented
every variety or style from half-bound to
Antique and Full-Gilt Work.
CITY IVEWS,
Keiler from' carrying his brutal threat
into execution. Watkins was in custody,
but th-.! loyal citizens have petitioned for
his release, which we trust will be grant-
. . . . ed at once. It is suppceed that Keller's
For Commercial and Ritmr Nevs wound prove morUl u he WM evi.
see JouHh page. . dem,y ginking date q deg
patch.
Our telezrarih disDatches this
morning, though cot startling, are highly The ' Iron Brigade," being the
interesting. The occupation of Point st division, 1st corps, and composed of
Isabel by Gen. Banks is of the highest the 19th Indiana, 2d, 6th, and 7th Wis-
impovtance, and will, we believe, lead to consin, and 24th Michigan, is to be sent
the most favorable results. . West, each regiment to its own State, to
recruit up to the maximum standard be-
There is a wonderful dearth of fore taking the field aga5n The Qover.
news at this time. We have ransacked nors of the respective States are to give
the town, and explored all our exchanges, Ploughs, they judge expedient, to
and even had the temerity to draw upon farther the object Bounties will be
our imagination for something startling given in accordance with existing orders
but find with all our efforts that it is ; from the War Department, and veterans
almost impossible to find even enough to , wIi have 8uperior claims to promotion,
fill a paper. j It is probable that thi plan, which is
gai(j tQ jiave orjginated with Gov. Mor-
Cihccit Court. -The jury in the case j ton, of Indiana, will be carried out with
m auaspaiu ML Allen & Clark, is still
sitting.
3uDr. W.C. C0NDE5, nr Cincinnati, who per
firmed such a wonderful eun- .las. Scantlin, Sr.
of this city, in the cure of a fan.. r. and who r- M . ., ..
mr,.r.. . .t. , ' Special to tbe Commercial 1
mores Cancers withent the use of the tmfe and , , ,
withontp.a, can be consulted at the Washington ! -LETTSBCBG, KT., Oct 21. The
House on .Thursday and Friday, Oct. 15th and ! expedition sent out by Col. Gallup, COm-
lhth and again Thursday and Friday, Norember I manding the Eastern District of Keu-
l.'th and 13th, and Deeember 17th and 18th. ; tucky, consisting of detachments of the
All interested a re inrited to come and rxamine ! "th and o9th Kentuckv, returned bring-
snecimens of Cancers i-emorcd by the Doctor.
octS
Copeland's Savings Bank
No. 4 First Street, is now
paying
For Gold 1 35
TJ. S. Demand Notes 1 35
Larpe Silver 1 25
Small Silver 1 15
Call and see before Selling.
"The line side-wheel steamer Chambers,
Brown, Captain, will continue to run as a regular
packet between ETanarllle and Henderson, leav
ing EransTille every evening at 4 s'clock, and
Headerson every morning at 7 o'clock.
She will carry freight at the following rates :
Pound freights, 10c. ; flour per barrel, 15c. ; do.
per aack 8c. ; whisky per barrel, 20e. ; molasses,
20c.; shingles, 25c. per 1.CO0 feet; lumber, 15e.
p r 100 feet; doors. 10c. ; sash in bundles of Ave,
10c.
Other freights iu proportion. sep24tf
ng in fifty prisoners, sixty horses and fif
ty stand of arms, without the loss of a
man.
Eastern Kentucky is pretty well clear
ed of rebels.
We hold the country from Bristol to
the Hiawassee River.
Parson Brownlow and Horace May
nard made speeches in Knoxville on the
20th. Both endorsed the Administra
tion fully, and favored immediate eman
cipation in East Tennessee.
From Texas.
Highly Important from Texas Gep
Banks at the Mouth of the Rio
Grande.
In addition to all in our
former lines, we now have
the BEST STOCK of the fol-
9
lowing Goods ever brought
to this City, viz:
CARPETS,
OIL. CLOTHS,
MATTINGS,
WINDOW
is still other brieades so far aa ia nraptinKla
When they will arrive at a ver-
diet we cannot say. They pot throno-h W Major General V ool has served
- n
with the evidence yesterday, and at 6
oeiocK last night the counsel
corn-
in the regular army for fifty-one vears,
and has had only thirty days absence
menced summing up the case, Capt an exmPle of fidelity well worth follow-
B'.vthe Hynes opening on the part of the ,ng-
plaintiff. He will be followed this morn- The work on the extension of the
mg by Col Denby, for the defendent, , Jeflersonville Railroad to this city has
and he by Gen. BIythe and John j' j heen commenced, and is being pushed
Chan-Her. Esqs., who will close the case TJ 122 25X U"der
on thA rt -rail p. stand the has already been com-
- - partofthe Plaintiff. pieted from the depot to the State pris-
t . r. ,u jjiuuauiy occupy tne ; u"- -f. -ucaycr.
wn..icot to-day. When the iurv will A.
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R. & G. H. HURD,
DENTISTS,
Corner of Main and Second Streets, Ivansville,
Indiana, up etairB. octl3-2w
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ciue, it is impossible to tell. If they are
as much mystified by the evidence and
the speeches of the counsel as the ma
jority of the jurors are, it may require
runny days to make up a verdict
HOME INTERESTS.
I . S. CLAIM A6EX( i .
A Mtsteet Yesterday, some excite,
nipnt was produced among the laborers
on the sewer in Locust street, by the ex
humation of a portion of a woman's
skeleton, while engaged in digging the
excavation. At what particular time it
! ad been buried beneath the street, can
not properly be determined, but as it was
not entirely divested of the integuments, !
it is not supposed that it has lain there a i
great length of time.
V'hat disposition was finalh' made oi
Pulmonary Consumption a Cnrable
Disease!!!
A C A B J).
TO COilSCMPTIVEs,
Tho undersigned having been restored to health
i in a. few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after
i hiving snfTered several years with a severe lnng
; affection, and that dread disease, Consumption
j is aaztons to make known to his fellow-sufferers
j the means of cure.
Bounties, Pensions, A' Arrears of Pay. Tonn w'o desire it, he wm send a copy of the
BEN 8TINSON is authorized by the United i PfS'Tiption used (free of charge), with the direo
States Government (and has been furnished with i tion for preparing and using the same, which
all the necessary forms and instructions) to pro- ! thaioj ,
... 1 rtl( w,l nnd a sure ears forCoNBrMPTiow Arthua
care bounties, p,i,u and backpny for widows and ' '"rwisscsmoi, asthma
orphans ; pernio, bounty and back pay for officers j Ba0S( "" Coughs, Colos, Ae. The only object
in the Army and Navy, Seamen, Marines, Engi- i the advertiser has in sending the Prescription is to
neers, Firemen, and Coal Ileavers employed in the Ix-nefit the afflicted, and spread information which
service of the United States; collect accounts of I , . , . , y ,
r e.i . , . " i nc conceives to be invaluable; and he hopes every
Contractors, Sutlers, and claims aR.iinst the Gov- !
orument for damages don,' real estate and other i s',,B!rer tr-T remedy, as it will cost them
property by the Army and Navy. j sotbiug, and may prove a blessing.
Correspondents deeirins answers mint eii-l, Parties - tl... ' " tn
i m v' -in 'irnjl'
stamps. Office Third street, second door from j ,,1.,, '
iuaiu, jc van." vi lie, Ina. BEX STIXSON
Window
mhll
To Physicians. If you wish to pajrxhses pure j
Drnss. Melicines, snd Chemicals at a nwll ad-
v:iuce on Eastern pncea, go and SXaaala Kellkb
, . . . ... ""oismm, npre you win nnu Hveryaiti-
tbe mysterious relic we did not learn, ektha. needed by th. nrofes.or. .d J-.
sep;0-;lin
Rvv. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williainsburgh, Kings County,
New York.
A rigid scrutiny should be set on foot to
determine who made the deposit?
A Star Opkkator. Mr. Fred. Whit,
the gentleman that sent that $1,000
Hiai.ence to White, of Boston, is now
eass wherever he goes.
which cannot fail to give satisfaction. Their
store is at No. 3 Wain str?et. maytdAwtf
PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S
HAIR RESTORATIVE.
This astonishing preparation
will, by Nature's own Process, Re
store Gray Hair to the Original Color.
Will make it grow on Bald Heads.
Will restore the Natural Secretions.
Will remove at once all Itching.
Will remove all Dandruff.
nsv-Joho E. Hsll, ot the nig Wharf Boat, has
chartered the steamer West Virginia to ply as a
regular Packet between this city and Paducah,
and will rasi during the low water as a regnlar
trai-nfOklv 1 at , arilil ilsnii.'mH'Miin. linn ,, - . . .... .
, .j. , I , , ' ww aa imp! an a,rupiions even M-alU Mead.
Operator at Adam S Photograph Gallery, i aml Thursday at noon She i. the lightest Will make th. Hair Soft and Glossy.
OverP. JSt Office. Fred, meets with an- ! bat D th riTer anl ' ofBcerrtI br " Will preserve the Color of Hair to Old Age.
wiliul.nl , nl , l.mnn V, B t. ,. I
t 6...u wua. jiio. D. nan i Will always Fasten it, and stop it Falling.
will receive freight for hr sny day, aud will ; Ann is one of the beat Toilet Articles for s
chanreno stoiaire hen deliv. re.1 at hi wlurf .. i
John T. C. McCaffrpv frnm 'boat. She carries freight at thl low ter 1 mi - . . . ....
high water rates. Mmr "oiuicrn iu liic Arm-
w-ntieu io me aoove, wno naa necorae gra
and lost their Hair by sickness, change of climate
and inattention, while performing camp duty.
New Yopk, Oct. 21. The Port Royal
ivctp South, of the 17th contains the fol
lowing: The U. S. steamer Bienville, of the
Western Gulf Squadron, touched at this
port on her way to Philadelphia for re
pairs.
She brings the important intelligence
received at New Orleans just before her
departure, that a grand expedition, un
der Maj. General Banks, had affected a
landing at Point Isabel, Texas, a small
place at the mouth of the Rio Grande
river, with two corps, one under Frank
lin and the other under a Maj. General,
whose name we did not learn.
The successful occupation of Point Isa
bel will give us, in a short time, posses
sion of Brownsville, which is opposite
Matamoras, the grand outlet of the Reb
els from which munitions of war and
needed supplies are transferred across
the Rio Grande by small boats from the
former place.
Maj. General Banks, always active and
always victorious, will soon be in posses
sion of all the important joiiits in Tex
as, and practically of the entire State.
It is undestood that another corps of '
his finnv is co-operating with him from
the direction of the Red River country.
We anticipate glorious news from that !
interesting quarter by the next steamer.
In one other matter the occupation of !
Texas will have an important bearing. '
It will enable the Government to keep a
powerful corps of observation on the i
very border of the theatre of French on.
exatiooa in Mexico, which may bo made
qaicM; available in case our complicated 1
relations with Napoleon should result in Tl It V H H 1111 P IT 11 TT fl 1
xrx sras,,",g HE I 6009. 10PSI
A large portion of the Confederate
cotton which has been sent to Kurope to 1
purchase supplies, has passed through ,
Brownsville to an Ancrlo-Kebel blockade
runner lying on the Mexican (neutral)
side of the river.
Of course our occupation of the place 1
win euociuauy put a stop to this illegal
traffic, and at the same time will enable
our blockaders to close the river with a
small force.
SHADES,
Hollands,
Curtain Damasks,
LACE CURTAINS,
Curtain Fixtures,,
CURTAIN CORNICES;
And almost everything in the
HOPSE FURNISHING LINE.
my30-lT JAHUEgg & FRESCH,
No. 10 Ftrst Street, Evansville.
THE NEW
SILK
Miorosoopes,
(opera gla'sses,
Marine Spy Glasses,
SIMPLE MICROSCOPES,
Hunting Glasses,
And all kind of
OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
Can be had only of
X- "t"t f-n"berg,
No. 67
Main Street,
uvajssville, INDIANA.
KITTENB KEG HAS NOW ON HANDS A
-m.. apit-uuiu aasonmem or Optical Instruments
which he will dieposa of at greatly reduced
prices; Ins goods being all of the very latest im
provement! in manufacture, consisting of a very
large variety of Spectacles from the most common
to the very best, vis : The finest quality of Gold
Spectacles, these Glasses being constructed on the
most accurate adaptation of the Convex Concavo
Periscopic principles. Also, Silver of three dif
ferent grades of Glasses, No. 1 being on the same
principle as the Gold Spectacles. No. 2 is a Peri
focal Lense ; No. 3 being a fine Achromatic Lense
mirror shape.
In addition to the above I have a fine assort
ment of Steel, of the very best quality of Lenses,
the frames being grooved into the Glasses. The
frames are so fine as to be scarcely visible. No 2
of steel is Perifocal. No. 3 the globules of a
smoked Lense, adapted for weak sight where
strong light, snow or wind affects the vision
These Spectacles are a perfect preventative by use
Ingthem constantly, causing the eye to gain its
healthy power and retain it to old aee
iin i. j . . . " .
, , erycunsiaeraDie experience also in
cnierati eyes, in adapting glasses to such vision
would impress on the minds of all persons need
ing classes of anv descriDtion. tn nnnlv er ...u
only to a regular Optician, making that his sole
study and business for years, he alone being able
to know from the peculiar anatomy of the eye the
"icuncvi, miieiuer arising from weak
nessof sight, flattening of the pupil, or other
misfortune occurring to the vision. The eye be
ing the most delicate organ, and of the mot vli.i
importance to the happiness and prosperity of
T "w "Mnperea wnn, either by
the individual or by those who, for mere profit,
take upon themselves the selling of Optical In
struments, and who know nothing of the anatomy
of theeye, or how to discover the proper glasses to
suit the peculiarity of the different sights of those
needing spectacles, thousands have lost their
vision entirely from not applying to those only
qualified to know the different defects in each in
dividual's sight, and how to remedy it by wearine
the proper kind of spectacles. I. Eittenberg"
having had over twenty-five years experience as a
regular practical optician, can assure those giving
him their patronage that by applying to him thev
can get the very right kind of glasses adapted to
their case, and in almest every one secure good
eye sight to old age. Near sighted persons can
also obtain of him the latest improvement in
spectacles suited to them, being a new invention
1 have also the most recently new Field Glasses
with Astromical eye pieces, being very suporior
to the old opera glass arrangement. All kinds ot
Optical Instruments repaired at the shortest no
tice,and these having purchased spectacles of me,
and having had the misfortune to break one of the
lenses, can have it replaced gratuitously by arriv
ing to r '
L RITTENBERG,
67 Main Street,
Bet. Second and Third Sts.,
niiv
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
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EVANSVILLE, IND.
PROPOSALS.
INTENSE
E X C I T EMENT
McCaffrey, from
Kr oxville, Teen., served three months
under GeD. Jackson, thirty-two months ' A Card,
in the Mexican war, twelve months in ' Evaxsvill, October 11th, 1863.
the present war, and sent eleven sons to j Mr. Editor Have the kindness to
the Union army, four of whom were gv notice in the Journal, that I will be
killed before Vicksburg. at the following places at the times men-
As a Restorative aud dressing it has no equal.
KELLER & WHITE,
Wholesale and Retail Agents far EvansvtUe.
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!!
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye
Is the Best in the World! The only
Harmless, True, and Reliable Dye
Known.
m T" ' i tioned, where I will be pleased to meet
X-We le. trom the Ashville, N. nQn3 degi?oa t0 recrah
C , paper, that tbrty-mne deserters from F;egim8nti t0 be rised in the lM dii.
irgmia regiments b the army of Ten. j trict J0HV A MANN
nesaee, passed through that place on , Ccm't 1st Dist
thp IDlh nf ConiinU. -11 u j , . , . .
, 7ri7 ' " "c" mouulu. : Wednesday, Uetober 21st, Vincennes, : This splendid Hair Dye is Perfect-chaiges Bed
and armed wilh Mississippi rifles. ; Knox COnnty. j Busty or Grey Hair, instantly to a Glossy Black
" Thursday, October 22, Petersbnrgh, 0T Natural Brown, without Injuring the Hair sr
A Cowaselt Murder. A letter from j county. Staining the Skin, leaving the Hair Soft and
"Franklin, Ind.. dated Oct 16th to th ; Friday' 0btober Princeton, Gibson Bwautiful; imparts fresh viuiity, frequently -
- .. ' ua,cu '-"-i. lom, to tne eounty storing its pristine color, and rectifi.s the ill
Aijuiapu.n vurnut. savs : lnis
morning about daylight, Mr. Henry
Whitesides, County Coroner, one of our
From tbe Army- of tlir Pot oinno De
tail, of the Fight on Monday.
Washington-, Oct. 21 Gen. Custen :
reportt that in the engagement of Mbu- !
day we drove the euetiv's cavalrv fron 1
Gainsviile to beyond Buckland's Mills, i
five miles west. At thts point Gen. Cus
tea force encountered a reliel line of '
oattle ot infantry and artillery at least a
mile long. ien. Davis' cavalry brigade
and battery were at one time" entirely
oy tne reoeis, out he succeeded j
in extricating himself
We lost about 200 in killed, wounded!
ana missing, and several wagons, one of
which contained the oflBc'ial papers of the
brigade.
Statistics of Union Losses In the Bat.
ties of Chicamauga-Rebel Casualties-Vote
of the Ohio Regiments.
A T
Nos. HA 16
Proposals for Army Stores.
Orrica U. 8. Commissary or Scbsistzxcx,
uvansriue, ina , uctooer 16th, 1863.
Firt Street.
WITHOUT DELAY,
Correspondence New York Tri.jr.ne
Th. Imonlitan ITAnot C 1 1 1 l t
JWt and inoffensive .!.., . , vv""'V ""--i ;
, jr iiuurutfiiiriiiK.
V. t . .1 r .i .
tmu iu iuc pviciraiur oi tne cieea as
yet has been found. Mr. Wbiteaides
lived about two miles north of this
place."
, . ! A strict watch will at all times be kept during
A KemaBKable Fact We were told the night; and particular attention wiU be paid
that a political Victory for the Admini3- to guests arriving and departing on boats, both
tration in the October elections was of day and night.
more importance to the country than a My table shall at all times be amply supplied
victory by Rosecrans or Meade. Yet it j with he 'he market affords, and by strict
is an extraordinary fact that on Monday, : Isnii to business and the wants of the public,
tbe day before these elections, gold was 1 hope to obtaln large share of the public
SOU in New York at 49. while on Wed- Patron' of WDich I "hall endeavor to render
nesday, the day after "the elections itJ ,,rwor- J. J. PttLSBtar.
soid at 54 an advance of five per 1 "ABL1E HaU- sg-dtf
cent! New Albany Ledger sht d. Fl.aq.r .tili'ontiuue. t7be th. only
i edu yesterday wnen the financier ent ' th f ty fcr the Artificial Rubber
Teeth.
After furnishing nearly a hundred sets in the
past five years, he has no hesitation in recom
mending tbeiu as tiie best and cheapest material
in use, being worn in the most difncnlt months,
with comfort and efficiency. Persous stittv-riug
with lied fitting mettle plates are especially re
quested to call at the Rooms next BittrolfT, Main
Stiv-t.
Chattanooga, October 12, )
Via Nashville. October 18. J
I 'nninlotn v.. t ...... C S M .
Saturday. October 24, Cvnthiana and i 'ts of Bad Dyes. The Genuine i. signed wil- gaged in the late Thau hat l"I
Posevville, Posev county ' LIAM A- BATCHKLOB, allother. are mere imi- ' ,C ba",I8 ?a7e be.en. re'
3 tl-J ? connt-y- wUsai s.Isu m . ., jceived. and give the folio wing statistics:
Gen. Thomas corps Officers killed, 36;
wounded, 266; missing, 129. Men kill
ed, 636; wounded, 3,297; missing, 2,127.
Total, 6,301. McCook's corps Officers
killed, 40; wounded, 168; missing, 70.
Men killed, 363; wonnded, 2,367; miss
ing, 1,503. Total, 4,520. Crittenden's
corps Officers killed, 39; wounded, 131;
missing, 22. Men killed. 296: woundprl'
2,157; missing, 655. Total, 3,300. Two
brigades ranger's reserve corps who
were engaged only in the afternoon on
the second day's fight, lost, officers kill-
tatlons, and should be avoided Sold by al
Druggists, Ac. Factory 82 Barclay street-N.
BATUHELOB'S NEW TOILET CREAM TO
shot dead while at his stable feeding his j Hating 1-ased the above named bone for a term ' DRESSING THE HAIB. jylOdwly
Stock. He was shot through the hear! i of 5' 1 hr spared do pains or expense in "
putting every rtcpirtia-nt of this nor. ular hotel in i "-" ccnino aan jtiritKl JtM;a or
4 V 1V1' . T T I.
most perfect repair. I have also fitted up a nice : Published for the benefit; and a earning and
i bar adjacent to the office, where at all time the CAUTION TO YOUNG MEN who suiter from
choicest of wines and liquors will be kept, and a SerTon Debility, Prematme Decay of Manhood,
I poll, and attentive man to wait upon my pation. i Sf'lMrtaTO
and friemli. after beinirnut to treat ainrnv mH ini,,i- tkri.
medical humbug and quackery.
By enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope
single copies may be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MATFAIB, Esq.,
Bedford, Kings Courty, N. y.
TO
COOLIDGE'S.
Where you will find them opening the largest
assortment of
Ever offered In this market in
SEALED PROPOSALS (in duplicate) fiom first
hands, and from Citixons loyal to the United
States Government only, will be received at this
office until the
26th DAY OF OCTOBEB, 1603,
at 12 o'clock, M., for furnishing the followTffg
stores for the Subsistence Department of the Uni
ted 8tates Army, viz. :
SOO Barrels Flour.
Extra or Family, ground from Winter Wheat
since the first of September, 18, in new round
hoop barrels, full head, lined.
Bidds must state expressly the Mill and Brands,
and whether made from new or old wheat.
300,000 pound Potae.,
60,000 pounds Onlo'S.
Potatoes to be packed in barrels or sacks, of
cniform size.
Onions to be packed in barrels of uniform size.
All packages mant be in first rate shipping or.
der, all articles to be of the best qualitv, aud to
be delivered free of expense to the United -States,
for dray age, e.
Actual tare is required In all cases. To this
rule no exceptions will be made under any cir
cumstances. No charge for package allowed.
Proposals will be received tor the whole or any
part of the quantities required, but proposals for
different articles must be on separate sheets of
paper.
Proposals must be enclosed in a sealed envelope,
addressed to the undersigned, and eadorsed "Pro
posals for " (name of article.)
A copy of this advertisement (a slip from a
Newi,aper) must be attached to each proposal,
and at eompanied with two responsible nanvs as
securities
Payment to be made in such funds as may be
supplied by the Treasury of the United States,
but no payment will be raade to the party until
the articles contracted for by him have been ac
cepted and delivered.
The right to reject any bid unreasonable is re
served. Bidders are invited to bo present at the open
ing of the bids. F. H. EHBMAN,
octistf. Capt. and C. S., U. S. A.
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had iiad time to fully realize the magni
tude ot the Lnion victory of the 13th
gold vrent down to 4042 a decline of
7 to 14 per cent.
DISEASES OF THE NEEVOUS, SEMIN.t
I Urinaby and SxxOAl Svstems. New and reli
treatment iu Beports of the REWARD A
CIATION Sent iu sealed letter envelopes, frPe of
charge. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. au27-3m
ACCOMMODATION EXPRESS
ed, 16; men, 230; wounded, officers, 59; : Rich Silk and DreSS Goods.
men, Sit. OHicers missini)-. 34:
527. Total, 1,732. The leases of cav'- !
airy are not reported, but will make the ' Th'jr haTl no Competitors this aide
grand aggregate about 16,000; of this, I fS,w York cur-
4,68" are missing, and about 2.500 ! -T' TFT "Wl "V trr a
wounded; 36 pieces of artillery are lost j "Ka "
and a few wagons. : Embroidered GHriaw. - ' ' -
Ornci or A. A.
Evansville, Ind.,
Q. M. U. S. A , I
Oct. ltilh, 18U3.
Keller's thieving gang continue
their depredations along the line of the
Kentucky Central Railroad. A few
nigbta ago eight oten of them entered
ttie residence of an old gentleman named
VJ'M. STBUBLE HAS I'KKPAKED HIMSELF
to fill all orders f..r carrying goods, or
moveable to any part of the city on shortest no
tice, and iu the most satisfactory manner. Head
quarters on JIain Street, between Second and
Third, over Nelson's Old Auetion Boom,
x t-Iwd WM. STBCBLE.
NOTICE.
To All Whom it May Concern.
WILLIAM BRAVTS 1 iSJOTICE " herahy given, that a petition signed
; IX by nsseaoUStiaeBS of Pigeon township.
Auuriivj ai i,aw ana i. 8. Claim
Agent,
v auderbnriju county, Indiana, will lie nreaen
to the Board of Commissioners of said countv on
f'rensbavr, near Berry's Station in Har J la isikwU , I the nrst Monday in December next, at the Court
j Loiiun. uinar- is authuueed by the Government to nrocure Pen. : Boose in Evar.svi e. n said ronntv. for the n.
sions, Bounty Money, Back Pay, Bounty Land : P'"t''r lf T'i'w-rs to view, mark and locate a
' I AH it i illrtniAlilnir a, - ..1.1 , 1. . 1
if he did not give .U"BSM,ind raor.BTr destroyed ; fading from Fulton Avenue to the Salt
them n hia nMV-A.. " u """" ,Ba rne or the Government, and aU , -wells, where the line dividing ranges ten and
Tnem an oia nroney. fearing tnev would euim. f ...... v: ... i eleven intHr.1. r,..n .,.rU; .u
j v v "ai . s vj r uiu ni n ii t ii r narn ni run 'uhuuik uioui.o
United State . on iUr range liae due north, through lands owned
n. ... ! nd occuP''''1 S laniel Morgan, Jd. P. Jones'
Bounty for Discharged Soldiers! j E G B- wio, vm. Mocckfjohn Greek,
By an amendment to the Bouulv Law Dissert at i t h" l'",' Jr Jol,n sl"nkl'. Philip
. . " J L,nw' passed at Kauseh's heirs, Geo. B. Walker. Jas T Walkr
the last session of Congress, "All soldiers or ! Scranton. M. A. Lawrence, W. H.
other persona who har b sftafl hereafter be ; Tl L' B'ttrolf. J- Sogers and A. B. Carpenter,
discharged within two vears from the date o'f their IL-, t?rn8r ?f s0,Uh est lurter of sec-
11 . . v . ouneir tion 13, town 6, south range 11, west and thnr
enlistment, by reason f wounds received in battle, north westerly, on the road now used te Codv
shall receive the same Bonnty as though they m!J'' on P'Sn creek, a distance of about one
Southern papers of the 9th have been
received. They still insist that their
whole loss will not exceed 12,000, but
partial returns published by them indi
cate that it is greater. Hindman's divi
sion alone lost 2,100 out of 3,400 men.
The tone of their editorials continues
very despondent over the failure of j
Bragg to take Chattanooga. Joe Johns- ;
ton proved to hrve been all the time in
Mississippi and not with Bragg's armv.
Their reports from MississiDni sav that.
, -fif b. prentePd 1 ?v C0s hom s army arc moving ;
w iuc ouccur oi ivosecrans one over-
lnfzs, Real Lats, Dress Trimmings,
Ladles' (loth and Beaver Cloaks,
Point Lace Collars and Sets, &c, Ac.
Chandler's Block,
No's. 14 & 16 First Street,
(Tiro doors West of Post Office,)
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
laylS J. T. fc S. A. COOLIDOE.
GROCERIES.
uuiiij. nun luic.i1;,. ; m itllt mm
and burn his house
put their threats into execution, he gave
the "conndre!? thirty dollars and a fine
gold watch.
i TVflfsrt vin.9
land from Memphis, and the other bv ' jtst received bv
. - - T CC T-k - . . . . J I " ' .
water. Jeff. Davis is reported havino- cigars
arrived in Bragg's army on the 10th. . IwlASSt!
50(1 lrums very choice quality
s. K. UlLlil.lt T GO.
stock froui Common to Fine HavAnn
forealelo- by ep30 8. E. GILBEBT A CO.
WATCHES & JiUWELRY
SODA
150 Kegs, best quality, for sale lo , in lots to
the trade. sepai 8. E. GILBERT & CO.
During the month of September,
1. deserters were arrested so far as
knowi!. When the reports of all the
Deputy Provost Marshals are in, this
number, it is estimated, will be swelled
to near 9,000.
Chaplains. Gen. Meredith has suc
ceeded in ellectin the release of all the'
ChapUins of the Union Armv. They
J. L. BITTROLFF. JR K 100 Boxes, 2 doz, each.
, -jm ' j sep30 At S. E. GILBERT GO
No. 1, North First Stree. 7 abolTna tab-
j KS In 10 and 2 gallon Kegs, and Wagon Tar in
An entir,u nn.- sil ... Barrels, tor sale
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SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at thia
office until MONDAY, OCTOBEB 2Bth, 18K3,
at 12 o'clock, M., for furnishing the Government
ith
100 Tons Loose Hay, (Timothy.)
100 Tons Bailed Hay, (Timothy.)
Bidders shall be governed by the following
specifications :
The Loose Hay must be delivered at such times
and in such quantities as the Quarter Master at
this Post may direct.
It must be of tbe best quality.
The hay will be weighed when inspected, and
the weight so determined shall be the purchase
; vteigiii.
The Bailed Hay must tie 9curaly bailed, and
tightly pressed.
All bids must be in " duplicate."
Bidders will be required to give good security
I for the faithful performance of tho contract.
Each bid must be accompanied by a c py of this
; advertisement.
The right to reject any bid deemed unreasonable
j Is reserved.
Proposals must be endorsed Proposals for
I (here insert whether for loose or bailed! hay.
Payments shall be made monthly, in such funds
! as may be furnished for that purpose.
V. H. EHBMAN,
OCtlS. Capt. and C. 8. aad A. A. Q. M.
Orricr. U. 8 Commissary or Hcbsistekce, )
Evausville, Ind., October loth, 18S3. j"
SEALED PROPOSALS to furnish Fresh Beef
for the United States troops supplied from
j this point will be received from Loyal citizens
! only, at this office, until October 26th, 1863, at
i 12 o'clock, M.
; The Beef must be of good quality (necks and
I shanks excluded) and delivered at such times and
in such quantities as the Commiasary at this point
1 may direct.
The contract to commence on the 26th of Octo.
bcr, 1863, and continue until the 31st of Decem
ber, 18G3.
A copy of this advertisement (a slip from a
i newspaper) must be attached to the bid and ac
companied with two responsible names as securi
i ties. T. H. EHRMAN,
Capt. and C. 8., U. 8. A.
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BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c.
33 M O V A. JLm .
BEGS LEAVE TO AJTyoUNCE TO THE
public that be has taken the Large oommodl
oas store Just erected on
MAIN STREET,
No. 25,
(One door above Messrs. Lo enthal A Co..) -ban
he intends keeping a large and well selected stock
of
BOOTS and SHOES.
HATS AND CAPS,
At all seasons of the year. Also,
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS.
He is no- reviving daily additional lopplisa f
The Latest Styles and Best Quality
of Goods,
Which he will sell aa lo as any house In the
West.
City and Country Merchant are invlud te call
and .xamln my stock before purchasing else
where. Ho trouble to show goods.
P. SEMONIN,
Manufacturer and Wholesale dealer In
BOOTS AXD SHOES, HATS A"D CAPS.
octlS
RAT EXTERMINATOR.
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TO CONTRACTORS.
served two years."
Office f.Vi Main Street, over Keller's Bob Store,
opposite the Cmirt House, Evsmsville, Iadlana.
Crreiondeots must enclose stamps.
j4Oood referenees given tf required. mhM
aWI take this method of informing my friends
that I have purchased a Gallery iu Indianapolis,
and expert io oie. my business ro that tlty tubt
o-18 3w.
NOTICE.
Watches and Jewelry, MFI
SILVEKWAEE, CLOCKS, &c
low-.
By 8. E. G1LBEBT A OO.
POWDEB
Kegs and half pound Canisters, for sale
sepj" By s. E. GILBERT CO.
SUBVlrYOB'S OFFICE,
r.A!.svni.s, uet. 6th, 1863.
T WOULD BKSPECTFULLY INFORM THE
Al
XTHEREAS. B. L. POWRRS taw- poonc inai 1 nave opeuea an enurely new and
VV nartuer. has lft s utTL.tTZ. : """ ouaoie stocs; 01 tne aoove gooas, wb.ch
will cot in futur b bald a. Drisonar O0'--nl Utbos-ho wish to have me make r - Any informs
ora.r. " I Sw ,h'
Baar BciieaT. j Oot. IT, 1MS.-Iw
, hav- j
! ..1 " 1.1. ... ana ins bi"n ooairlit lor casn, 1 am Dreoarod to nail
' ilVto the "'m"ln.em?Teal'' PfPerty belong- pric aa low as the lowest, and warrant every i r rV
! he concern, leaving me to pay all the i arth : . to he iu.t reoresent-d trJTi M
' S anvthinin'X iZ?rTl fC2 nia P"!"' ""-. 1 confidontof g?ving Pr,me'
i Z22&1 fondefbt0.uo,flh?. td3 sys- to a p"g ' 1 11 1.
-vmin L - 1 111; imilUUKL''. I
tbrmatUn in rard to the said R T.
wiacaiuiiy received By me at New-
"I. A. MO.JILL.
natiunaire.
: Peraoual st ten tion paid to repairing Watches,
! Cloaks and Jewelry.
J. L. B1TTB0LFF, Jr..
1 actlT-lmdJtw So. I, Konh First Strwt.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL BECEIVE
;aled Proposals at this office, until th. win.
GIOTERNMENT NORTHERN PITCH 10 bbls I day of th. present month for making repairs on
rror sale by 8. E. GILBERT A CO., j tn Marine HospiUl and premises, including
No. 4 Sycamore Street. I Stone and Brick work, Iron and Wood work,
hjVKUP 150 bbls., different brands, for sale lo- i Ef'"""8 8nf Gluing, Pump and Cistern work,
by 8. E. 6ILBEBT A CO. Plastering, 4c.
opecincations u to kind and quantity of work
ORLEANS SUGAR Aft hhds. fair to : may be seen at the office of Mursena A Bovd. Ar-
lor sale low by chitects, Chandler's Block.
8. E OILBEBT A CO. Bids -ill be received for the whole or for any
a sssassss m , pan separately.
"PAD O r p The material and workmauship must be of the
in. urn.
NEW MUSIC.
JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID LOT OF
New Music, among which will be found
" DARLING, HOW CAN I FOBGET THEE,"
By the author of "When this Cruel War is
Over," and ill become aa popular as the Utter
piece.
"DEAR MOTHEB I'LL COME HOME TO
DIB." By the same author.
"KISS ME MOTHEB E'EE I'M DEAD." By
M. Keller. WARREN A CONTNGTON,
oetlS No. 1 Main Street, Evansville.
BUsSfisMsS.! SfJsB
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iHPlEsJB
? 5 . s JR-iWyjz'
! ? ? ? a I rw -st
FOR SALE.
Only infollible remedies known."
" Free from Poisons."
" Not dangerous to th- Human Family."
" Rata come out of their holes to die."
SSoId Wholesale In all large cities.
sWSold by all Daroctrrs and Bararuas avwry
where. sW : ! ! Bcwass ! ! " of all worthless imitations.
tt-se that "CosTAa's" name is on sash Box,
Bottle and Flask before vou bay
WAddrws I1KXRY R. COSTAH,
BVPsjxcirAL Dspoi 45i Bboadwat, N. T.
mm Hi lid fcj KELLER A WHITE,
n'holesale and Retail Agent,
myl6-6m Evansville, Ind.
GROCERIES
RIO COFFIt 10 sacks prime for sals by
8. E. OILBEBT 4 CO.
CKEH WHITE LIME-
F- tElS WINTER AHPL1 CIDXB FOB
&?pl. fcjr PHILIP SCHBIMBR.
best quality. Terms cash as eoca aa the work is
aeeepted. A.L.ROBINSON.
House and Lot for Sale.
ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE RESI
DENCES in the city for sale ; in complete
order, containing ten Rooms with Chandaliers and
Bracketts for Gas, two brick Cisterns, Stable, -V 150 barrel. Blue River Jost received and fur
Wood, Coal and Out-Houses, a good dry brick sale by 0. t GILBERT A CO.
Cellar 18 test square, well lighted. sep No Sycamore Street.
The House is wood heavy oak frame stands j s-trvrrnv ratttxc
back 40 feet from the streei leaving twetifal ! W Baiee, 'for sale v ry !
ith a rood substantial tanca. Coraseffir Oak and M( 'J
WaUr streets, a bo v. th. r--(1in ajBjf lofiglt .,: B.TINO PAPER
snsfa v v
Esq. Enquire of
By 6. E Cli-BEET A OQ
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