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SAT UK 1 1 AT. ..OCTOBER 31 THE FUNNY CORNER A YOISG LADY'S sOL.IL.OQ, Y. Uselessly, aimluBsly drtniiis through life, Wht was I barn for? " For somebody's wife,' I Ma told by my mother. Well, that being true, "Somebody" keeps himself strangely from view ; : And if nought but marriage will settle my fate, j I believe I shall dia in an unsettled state. For though I'm not ugly pray what woman is f ! Yoa might And a morelwautifnl phii ; And then, as tor temper and manners, 'tis plain He wb seeks for perfection will seek here in Tain ; Nay, in spite of these drawbacks, my heart is per verse, And I should not fl grateful, "for better or worse," " To take the first booby that graciously came And fTered those treasures, nil home and his ' name. I think, then, my chances of marriage are small ; But why shonld I think of such chances at all ? My brothers are, all of them, yoanger than I, Tat they thrive in the world, and why not let me try? I know that in business I'm not an adept. Because from such matters moat strictly I'm kept; But -tnis is the question that puzzles my mind Why am 1 not trained up to work of some kind ? Uselessly, aimlessly drifting throngh life, Why should I wait to be " Somebody's wife ? " - An Incident. Gen. w! P. Benton, who is now at home in this city, recruit ing his health, which has been considera bly shattered by constant service and ex posure in the field, is, we are happy to say, gradually getting better, although yet suffering from camp diarrhoea. He is anxious to join his gallant brigade, and we hope he may soon be enabled to do so, but not until he is "entirely well. He gave us an incident that occurred during the series of brilliant victories at tending Gen. Grant's army in its circuit from Port Gibson to the taking of Vicks burg, that is worth preserving. On one occasion a German Lieutenant rode np to where Gen. Grant and his staff were during the engagement, and inquired for "Sheneral Useless Grant." o one at first seemed to pay any attention to him. when he again repeated his demand to see Grant, and the General told him he answered to that name, and requested him to make known his wants- " Well, Sheneral Useless Grant (giving him the military 'salute,) I makes mine report to you. I peloids to the pattery, and de reps dey comes unt tnves ns away and takes the guns.'' il Well, ' gays Gen. Grant, " you spiked the guns, of course.'' '' Why, Shenerel," exclaim ed the Lieutenant, " you don't dinks dat we schpikes dem fine, beaatiful bieces, ant schpoils dem?'' "Well, what did you do then?" Asked the General. " Why, Sbenrrsl. we shust coomes up mit a Indiana rechmend, and sharped de rebs, got ter guns pack, unt I coomes nnt makes mine reports. Ah, we no scbpike dose peautiful bieces." The General received the report with freat satisfaction, and commended the ,ietenit for his bravery, who rode proudly back to his comrades, having ex ecuted his important commission of re porting to " Sheneral Useless Grant. Richmond Palladium. How the Ohio Election was Received fat Chattanooga. Correspondence of the Cincinnati Commercial Chattaxoooa, Oct 16, 1863. The newa of Vallandigham's defeat, when announced to the Ohio troops, caused a good deal of genuine, hearty cheering, such as I have heard after the reading of an official dispatch on dress parade, proclaiming a signal victory for our troops. The noise attracted the at tention of the rebel pickets on our front, and many of them inquired what it all meant. The following conversation ftebel "Say, lahl, wrUr s 'an that noise about?" TTijnn 'i-Tha Jiava are eheejinsr for whipped." Rebel " How do you know Vallan digham aint elected? Your telegraph's cut, aint it? " Union " I don't know about that. Rosey says Brough's elected." Rebel Rosey' s a d d liar, I guess. But is Brough elected, honest?" Union " Yes he is, honest. " Rebel (vociferously) "Officer of the guard, No 6." The officer of the guard made his ap pearance very shortly, and asked what was wanted. The rebel picket replied, " Brough's elected, and Vallandigham is whipped like helL You'd better send word to General Bragg." The pickets were told to find out how the election went, if they could, and send word to headquarters RAT EXTERMINATOR. " Only infollibie remedies known." Free from Poisons." " Not dangerous to the Human Family." " Rats come out of their holes to die." WSold Wholesale in all large cities W-Sold by all Darocisrs and Biiaileks every where. SIL'?"" " a wortlles9 imitations. "TJSJE ''i?3"11'8" fame is on eash Box, Bottle and Flask . before von bny Address HENRY R. COST All, PaisciraL Dsw82Bsoadwat, N T Woldby KELLER 4 WHITE. ivholesale and Retail Agent, Tt'.nnBvtUe. Ind. avlS-Rm DRUGS. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK r ,Pu n,.Freau LruKS, Herbs, Ex-roctt and Patent Medicines Just rereiTed at SCHLAEPFEB 3 Drug 8tore. SULPHITE OF LIME FOR THE THE FKR- mentation of Cider and Wines. J.,t Just received and for sa'e at SrHLAEPFER': Drug Store JODA ? at ASH AND LIME JCST RECEIVED SOL AEPFKR'S Dr? Wor,. MK7vrM-hEX'3 "AIB RESTORATIVE AND i.A yrobals.miutt received ind f..r MLAEPFER S Dm.; Store. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TOOTH AN'n -iA. Hair Brushes Jut received at SCHLA EPFER'S Drug Store. A "OTHER SUPPLY OF BARRELL Bro .Yu Troche - duii a norm j ... ' , , . . i , just received and for sale at ftUHLAKPr'KR'S Drugstore. ARL?nCK. 0TI FROST BITTEN ) Maana, fur sale at SCHLAEPFEU'S Drugstore yACCISE VIRUg FOR SALE AT 8CHLAEPyER S Drug Store. HOTICJE. X'OTICE 13 HEREBY .iiCTT -...' out any just cause or proTocstiou I th-refora u'.irn All tsraAna n,. t.A - 1 as I vllfpay no debt, of heTcnTrt 1 l,"C0"0, Gibson Co. I nd , Oct 22, 1 8U3. g oci7 2w CLOTHING. UNITED STATES Wholesale Clothing AND FURNISHING HOUSE. Clothing for the Million! L. LOEWENTHAL & CO., gain in the market, at stand the old well known Cor. Main and First Sts., (Whioh has been rebuilt and enlarged,) with the largest and best selected stock cf FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING AND Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Ever Opened in this Market. OUB OLD CUSTOMERS AND TnE TBADE generally are respectfully inTited to call and examine our Goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere, as we feel assured we can offtrr superior inducements to CASH bnyers. One of onr firm resides in New Ycrk. and has had many years experience in buying j.S manu facturing, and devotes his whole time to Purchasing and Superintending the .Manufacturing Dc-uartmin!. And us we bny exclusively for CASH, : can and will sell as low to the trade as .it y House East or West. sepll WHOLESALE CLOTHIM HOUSE! GOLDMAN, BERG & CO No. 6 North First St., Evansville ; BBAXCH OF GOLDMAN, BFSG Sc No. 306 Market Street, Philadelphia, We have now ready a very large selected stock of Fall 1 Winter Clothing AND Gentlenicn's Furnishing Goods, SHAWLS, BLANKETS TRAVELING SHI IN GREAT VARIETY, To which we desire to call the attention of the trade. Our Goods being all manufac tured by ourselves, buyers have Only One Profit to Pay. We feel confident that oar prices are fully as low as those of any other House in the West. All Goods Warranted Bepo The Best is always the Cheapest. Especially is this true sf . AXD Gents' Furnishing GoocL. Test it by caliing on J. H. CAELIN, So. 8 FIRST ST R E E T, (Nt All POST-OFFICE,) EVANSVILLE, IND. rHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE turned from the East, where he has laid in one of the best stocks of Clothing and Oenta' Fur nishing Goods ever brought to this City. My Cloths, Casslmeree, Vestings. Ac, were selected with an eye single to quality and style ; and hav. ing become conversant with the taste of our peo ple, am satisfied that in this particular my Goods will give excellent satisfaction. Gents Furnishing Goods of every description will also be found at my establishment such as Gloves, Hosiery, Neck-Ties, Shirts, Collars, Sus penders, Ac. My facilities for manufactnrin Clothing are excellent ; and as for Cutting Gar n.ei.ts to fit no satisfaction no pay. I ask no one In take a mean fitting garment off my hands. Over-Coatings of every variety nd style will be fonnd at my establishment. Though it may sound unreasonable to, k Overcoats during the " heated term," we mast remember that in "peace lathe timetot-i, re for war," an! in Summer make our preparations for the cold blasts of Winter. No better preparation can be devised than the ordering of a good reliable Overcoat, such as may be found at No. 8 Firat Street. Orders for Clothing of every description will receive the personal attention of the undersigned, and will lie promptly attended to. The motto at No. 8 is, " Promises punctually fulfilled." Before ordering Fall or Winter suits Gents will consult their own interest by examining my Goods and Prices. Remember the place No. 8 first Street, (near Post Office.) auglS J. H. CARIdX. STEAM BAKERY. Bread for the Hungry ! NEW STEAM BAKERY, aTo. IX WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. VfJE DESIRE TO INFORM THE CITIZENS VV of Evansville, and the community in gen eral, that our NEW STEAM BAKERY, NO. 11 WATER STREET, Is now in successful operation, and we shall keep constantly on hand and make to order, on short notice, all articles made at like manufactories ; such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Ac., Ac. Being supplied with all the moilern machinery to faciliate us in our business, we Batter ourselves that we can give the most ample satisfaction in the quality of our goods and in prices. We will also keep on hand a large and choice stock of Confections, FruiU, Nuts, Cigars, Ac, to which we call attention. Orders 1 -ublicor private Parties, Festivals, Balls, A- . .v , promptly filled on reasonable terms. 18tf A. WELD A CO. ito. FosTxa. v.,.. (oarxaT Ws. A. Gwtw. GEO. FOSTER & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Produce and Provision Merchants, CORNER or LOCCBT STREET A NO THE CAST AX, aug9 EVANSVILLE, IND. BOOTb & yROiu W. H. WALKER. DE C. EVAXS. WALKER & EVANS ) j B00TS& SHOES No. 81 MAIN STBEE1, Evansville, Ind. We devote oiH' whole time aud attention to the Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively Consequently can give you better bargains than those who are ''dabbling " in Boots and Shoes In connection with other business. City and ep5-ly County Orders taken at par for Goods. MACHINISTS. IliTllIEY. EVANSVILLE, IND. Manufacturers of STEAM ENGINES, STEAM BOILERS, AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS. ALSO All kinds of Machinery appertain ing to Railroads, Steamboats, Distilleries, Flouring Mills. SUGAR MILLS, of all sizes with the latest Improve ments attached; Tobacco Screws, Portable Engines. &c, &c., &c. House Fronts, Grates, Rail ing, Iron and Brass Castings of every description. DIALERS IN Steam Gauges, Gum Belting, Fire Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting Cloth, &c., at MANUFACTURERS' PRICES. Repairing done at short notice. Workmeu sent to all parta to lit up work and repair Boilers it Machinery AH orders will receive our individual atten tion and will be promptly filled on the moat reasonable terms. Office and Foundry on the Canal, corner of Ingle Street. mhl7-lv MEDICIAL. A Valuable Medicine FOR EVERY FAMILY. DRUGGISTS IN ALL sections of the city and country Jeep on hand bny, sell and re commend as a tonic, stimulant and appetir.er, Roback's Stomach Bit ters. APOTHECARIES IN all sections oX toe city and country keep in stock, sell and dispense as a tonic Roback's Stomach Bitters. PHYSICIANS in all section ef the city and country approve and re commend as a tonic Ro back's Stomach Bitters. GROCERS in all sec tions of the city and country keep constantlv aupplied with and dea'l in Roback's Stomach Bittovs. HOTELS in al! sec tions of the city and country are supplied with and "cannot keen a Hotel," without a stock of Roback's Stomach Bitters. HOSPITALS throughout the army of the North have found an indispensable tonic, and are using, for the soldiers Roback's Stomach Bitters. SUTLERS in every regiment ought to have hnd many have introduced, and highly recBtn mend Roback's Stomach Bitten. ' : LADIES, old and young, for Billiousness, Liver Complaints, Languor. Weakness and general De bility, are recommended to use Roback's Stomach Bitters. EVERYBODY who" desires a good tonic for giving ton to the spirits, a healthy appetite and strength to the system generally, should not mil to ony a bottle of Roback's Stomach Bitters DR. C. W. ROBACK, Proprietor, Cincinnati Office -nnd Manufactery Nos. 5f( 58, 60 and 02 ' East Third Street. sWFor sale by all Druggists everywhere aug25 ggg Ret.iil Dealers Exclusively iu IL?ulU-NCE AGENU 5rL O I E insurance company. Of New York. Ofnce 112 and 114 Broadw iy i Way, : Mail With a Cash Capital all paid in of ONE MILLION DOLLARS. ASSETS JULY 1st, IMS ..51,5-0,X)0 The Ilomc Insurance Company insures against Loss or Damage by Fire on Dwellings and their contents, for a term of from 1 to 6 yean o the most favorable terms. Stores, Warehouses, Stocks f Merchandize, Produce, Manufactories, Machine 3 1 ! insurable property, at fair aid equitable rates, and on INLAND NAVIGATION And Transportation, Shipments upon the Rivers, Lakes, Canals and Railroads, as low as the nature of the risks will bear, withtairness to the assured and the Company. Adjusting all joshes fairly, and pr mptly paying; them. CHAS. J. MARTI, Pres't. A. F. WILMARTH, Vice Prcs't. J. Milton Smith, Secretary. Johw McGee, Ass't Sec'y. Applications made to and policies issued b A. C. HALLECK A SON, Ag'ts, First Street, near Post Office. I n : u r ? n e o Agency. ALLEN cThALLECK, CN DEI! WHITER AND GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT, (H(ni OF AVKRAC.LS AND NOT A BY PCIiLlC. lie tc-iitiniK'S to issaa Policies from several First la, and most reliable INSURANCE COMPANIES In the Country, on Inland and Fire Rises. He will also receive applications f.i LIFE INSURANCE. He will attend te the Adjustment of Losses ol every description under polioies from other agen cies, and attend to the settlement of all matters connected with INSURANCE, for parties interest ed. His long experience Ms an Inmprance Aoknt. ha made hint familiar with all subjects oenuecVM with Insurance. M" Office, on First Street, near the Post Office. INCOEPO ii A 1847. Fir I iSir aT CO Company, -OF HARTFORD, CONN. Capita , gisOMm 2. C. WAITE, Sec'y. C. B. B(.iVE!:, Pm'i S. A. PRICE. General Au'cnt, Residing at Chicago, Ills. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS SW,Zi This Company insures sniast loss br.ti ilssaass by fire on Dwellings and their Contents. Morn., Warehouses, Stocks of Merchandize, huu all insui . able property at as reasonable r.ites at pr.'iuium a any other solvent aud reliable Company, ("" Losses fairly and pauiny them promptly. Applications made to ..ud Policies issued b) A. C. HALLECK A SON., First Street, near Post Office, aog2I-lyd Evansville. Ink. HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Connecticut. INCORPORATED 181 CHARTER PERPETUAL With a Successful Business Experience o FIFTY YEARS. CASH CAPITAL, 3tH,W!V f CAPITAL AND STJRPLCS, $S;m,'.i8ii.M Insurance against Loss or Damage by Kin-. Dwellings, Furniture, Stores, Warehouses, 31. i chandize, Mills, Manufactories, and other kiuds ol property, can lie effected in this Company upon u. favorable terms as the nature of the risks and seen rity to Policy will admit. PARTICULAR ATTENTION giveu to ineuriiiK Farm property, consisting of Dwellings, Barns, and outbuildings connected, and Furniture, Liv Stock, Hay, Grain, Farming Utensils, Ac, Ac, contained therein, for a term of years at LOW rater of premium. OFFICERS: T. C. Allyn, Sec'y. H. Huntington, Pres't. C. C. Lyman, Ass't Sec'y. W. N. Bowers, Actuary. 1). Alexander, General Agent for the Western and South Western States, fkllll ilihl. Ohio. J. Graham, Ass't General Agent for the Westeri. and South Western States, Columbus, Ohio. Applications for Insurance may be made tu tl undersigned, the duly authorized Agents of the Campany. A. C. HALLECK A SON, Ag'U. W Office on First street, near Post Office. ang3-lvd AMimiCiiiSTABLE, On Third bet. Main and Locust Sts, THIS LIVERY ESTABLISHMENT, WHICH is well known throughout the country, pos sesses Stable advantages superior to any similar establishment iu the City, baring arrangements for the seception of private horses at livery of the most elegant aud complete description, and at the lowest rates. Carriages for visiting to lot. Coaches, light wagons, and every kind of road vehicle to let. Horses sold on commission Second hand Baggy's for sale at the very lowest prices. Passengers for warded to all parts of the country by special eon veyance. RICHARDSON, BRITTON A CO. apl4 CIGARS & TOBACCO. JOSEPH FENDRICH & SROS. No. 155 Forest Street, A 40 aonth BALTIMORE. M D . JOHN FENDRICH & BROS., COLUMBIA, PA , AND F. FENDRIC Evansville, Ind Branches of tlic Baltimore MANVFACTUBER3 OF TOBACCO. 7E ARE NOW THE MOST EXTENSIVE Manufacturers, in our liuo, iu the State. We offer the following Tobacco and Cigars, of onr own manufacture, for sale : 200 Boxes of Five Lump per ponud SO Cta. 200 Boxes of 10 Lump per pound no Cta 200 Boxes Frank's Orange Lump ) B r5 Cts. 300 Rose Bud, in Caddies, per pound (;o cta. 300 Boxes Barow's, in Caddies. 300 Caddies Peach Leaf, per pound flu cts. 200 El Dorado, Light, per pound $1 00 300 Caddies Pancake, Light, per pound 80 Cta. 100 Boxes Sun Cured Tobacco 1 tb 5,1 Cts 4,000 lbs Home Spun Twist Tobacco ; 1,000 Barrels Smokiug Tobacco ; 200 boxes Bond's Scotch Snuff ; 50 Half Barrels Fiue-Cut Chewing Twbacco 100 Merschanm Pipes ; 100 Gross Briar and Wood Pipes ; 200,000 Clay Pipes, assorted ; 100 Gross Rubber Pipes ; 10,000 assorted Pipe Stems ; 2o,"00 Lonna Cigare ; 24,000 Henry Clav Cigars, first 'e ; 26,000 Henry Clay Cigars, Second's ; 2S,000 La Napoleon Cigars ; 30,000 El Brutus Cigars ; 200,000 Half Spanish Cigars ; 200,000 Segareets ; 220,000 La Salvadina Cigars ; 408,000 Packs Smoking Tobacco ; 50 Drums Turkish Smoking Tobacco; 1,010 Bales Kinuicauick Smoking Tobacco ; 50 Drums Shanghie ; 2,000 Pounds Mackaboy Snuff; to their 2,000 French Snufl. Merchants and Store-Keepers, look interest ; exainino our large stock. IVo. 27 Main Street, Sales Room Factory, Cor. Locust & Water Sts. We manufacture all the above goods, and will sel 30 per cent, cheaper than any House in our State. We wouM call the attention of Merchants who deal in our line, to buy from the manufacturers, where they ran save 30 per cent. F. FENDRlCH ft BROS., apzl Evansville, Indiana. & BROS. KS' t n Kt yf H CI t RAILROAD REGISTER E. fc C. II. R. DEPARTS: Freight and Accommodation... ..6:4o A. M. ,..9:i A. M. A B S I V K S : Accom modatlon. Mail ..5:24 p. u. ...r:W v. m. T. H. &, R. R. R. DEPARTS FROM T. H. Day Express 3: 15 P. at. Accommodation ,...7:0fA M. Night Express 1:50 A. ARRIVE AT T.H. Day Express 10:45 p. M. Accominedation.... ... 6:35 A. m. Nijfht Express 11:15 A. M. These two roads make good connections at Ter re Haute. News. ARBITALS. D. 1). Campbell, Henderson. Pikoton, Bums 'V. Reindeer, Louisville. Echo, Louisville. Jamas Gray Diamond Island. J. W. Fisher, Louisville. Hetty Gilmore, Louisville. Colossus, Louisville. Huntress, Louisville Mattie Coble, Louiiville Ella Faber, Louisville. Thustle, Louisville. DSPARTURKS. D. B. Campbell, Henderson. Reindeer, Nashville. Huntress, Nashville. J. W. Fisher, Nashville. Klla Faber, Nashville. Echo Mashvdl. llattU C.blr, Nuhvillc. Cole.ssi.s, Loui-ville Hetty Gillmore, Nashville. TLp steady though gentle rain that has fallen since Thursday night, has in spired new hopes on thr1 part of steam hoattnen, and there i.s srreut anxiety to learn whether or not th: rain is general and extends far up the river. The river here had risen nine inbea up to four o clot-k last evening. l)nr own impres sion is that the rain is general, and that it i.s the commencement of u " big thing" in that line. The rise here continues, and a great number of sand hammocks have disap peared since Thursday morning, and we hope by Monday to be able to announce that the bar in front of the city has prettv generally disappeared. Indeed the pattering of the rain, as we write, gladdens our heart so that, were we a poet, as are our brethren of the New Al bany Ledger and Louisville Journal, we would doubtless break forth into poetry, but as " we isn't," we forbear. The first fruita of the rise, slight as it is, may be seen in the large list of arri vals and departures, which we record this morning. It looked like old times to see nearly a dozen steamers crowding our landing at once, again. These, we presume, are but the forerunners of the good time coming. The neat and swift Colossus, com manded by the courteous and affable Capt. Cox, with those popular clerks, Banksmith and Dick Cox, in the office, and Dr. Green in charge of the mail, en tered her appearance yesterday morn ing at 9 o'clock, to the great delectation of many passengers and shippers, who had been waiting and watching for sev eral days- After reiurning from Hen- -eon she took a large lot of flour fr.ora o'clock for Louisville. The J. T. McCombs, unable to cross the bar at French Island, returned to Louisville from that point. There was no arrival from below up to a late hour yesterday evening, and the strong probability is that all the Cairo packets have been drawn into the male strom of the Government impressment. If so, the people along the river should not complain, as Gen. Grant has a vast army that must be fed, and while the Tennessee and Cumberland are up, it is proper that every effort should be made to throw forward sufficient supplies to last nntill the spring floods come Push forward the reinforcements! Capt Hall's wharf-boat has been rest ing on the sandy bed of the river for some time, and now that the waters are increasing and his wind-mill refuses to operate, it becomes a question of some solicitude whether it can be pumped out by hand. From the officers of the Colossus we learn that they met the rain about It) o'clock Thursday night near French Island, and most of river men believe we shall have a two foot rise independ ent thereof. Our handsome friend, Capt J. T. Fos ter, has entered the Piketon in the Green River trade as a regular semi weekly packet. He will make sure con nections, and promptly reship freight for all points above Rumsey. Passengers and shippers would do well to make a note of it Among the transports at the land-ng yesterday was the Ella Faber, one of the nicest stern-wheelerB on the river. She was recently purchased by Capt. Tom Gilmore for $18,000. He commands her in person, and has just cause to be proud of his new eraft. She is only about 10 months old. The Missousi Democrat of yesterday saya: " Steamboatmen were cheered yester day morning with the fact that the river had rigen one and three-quarter inches, which we trust is an earnest of several feet additional. And again, a vast amount of rain on Wednesday night, the shower falling continually, and even ves terday during daylight, there was very little cessation in the aqueous supply. " Latest news from the Missouri show that river to be improving from Boon ville down, with 27 inches at the Gascon ade, and 30 inches at the mouth. For all that, we have not renounced all hope of a rise in the Missouri, as likewise the Illinois and Upper Mississippi. The Illinois nad been stationary for some time, when the last boat was'in it Mr. Hunter, pilot of the Lasalle, reports 30 inches through to Paoria. Nnthino- has been heard for some time from the ! Illinois between Peoria and Lasalle. ; A Cairo dispatch to yesterday's St. Louis Democrat says: f The little Paducah and Cairo packet, 1 Mttie Cook, is the only boat on which , freight can be shipped beyond Cairo, j She took up to-day, for Paducah, 138 I bags cottee, 18 hogsheads and 60 barrels I sugar, 33 barrels molasses, 50 kegs soda, 75 kits mackerel, and about ten tons , miscellaneous freight From this we would infer that the May Duke has been " pressed." She may, i however, arrive to-day. Thursday night J was too dark and foggy to run. The Upper Mississippi below Keokuk has been improved but little, but has swelled some above, all the way to -St. Paul. The Tenneseee river is reported to have risen in the vicinity of Eastport some eleven feet, and is still rising fast. There have been heavy rains in that sec tion, and boats with cannon, and boats with cargoes, are now navigating the Tennessee a3 well as the Cumberland. E GUL-1R ?A0K' TS. LOW Water Arrangement. Monday and Thursday Packet. THE FIXE LOW WATER PACKET, A West Capt. CBANE. "Vifjifinia, Merk HALL. Will leav- i..ansville every Mondays: 1 Thursday at 12 o'clock, ihkmi, for Paducah and all way landings. Sheuil! carry freight at the Dexter Line. CARD RATES for high wat-r. John B. Hall will receive and store freight lor her any day or night free of charge. She will run for the accommrdation of the pub lic, and solicits a share of public patronage. oclMf JNO. B. HALL, Agent. Evansville and Cairo Packet Co. FAST MAIL PACKET LINE Low Water Arrangement 4-i TO Paducah & Cairo. During tli" rontlo-u-tice of low water Boats wilt run as follws : THE FINE MAIL PACKET 5. PrSOrCHET, Master W. DUNN, Clerk. LeaTi-3 Monday's anijd Tliurwday's at 2 o'clock, for Cairo and all Way Points. l ead's Cairo Ttipcilay'saiid Friday's at S p. m. TUF. LIGHT I)KAi;';ilT P.VKKT TJ VJ -'T ZKT K WHISTLER. Mmte F. R. HUSTON. Cl'k. Leavfji Wednesday's n! Salurday's a - p, ni. for Cairo knd a'l Way Point3. L'8vh r'airo t-n fhurdav1 Sundr's at .r p nji.. Miikin,' roirrteytlons at Cairo with th.. J1Ib1s Central lUih-'iad, nnd t Evniivill- vi:h th EvaasMHf 'nil fjppwlmlasllls Railroid. For freittht i r jmssatre :ipplv "T hoard or t" Cox A Humphrey, I-ushj Wharf Bo. or to P. It. Velts, Agents. seplri-dtf Cincinnati and Memphis PACKET COMPANY. For Evansville, HeiMi.non. Mm' Tornon, Shaw oeetown, Smiihlanil. Paducah. Cairo Colnmhns. H icltnun and Metiipnis, and all way-points on the Ohio aud Mississippi Rivers, comprising the following new light-draught passenger packets : NORMAN, I JEWESS, Capt. Batchelor. Captain Frazier. PRINCESS. I W. C. MANN, Captan Maratta. Captain Shunk. One of the above Boats will pass Evansville Weekly for Cairo, Columbus, Hickman, and Mem phis. Also, weekly for Cincinnati. For freight or passage enquire of COX & HUMPHREY, sepfldff . Agents. Regular EvansvUle and Cairo PACKET, DURING LOW WATER. THE STEAMER O O Xjs O 3XT xr , TOM. BOLCS, Captain. n. HYDE, Clerk, WILL RUN REGULARLY IN THE i JSabove trade during low water. ;. ' '--r:ti For freight or uassaee apply on sep9 iHmrd. IT S. Mail Boat for Louisville. ,. DURING THE LOW WATER i.,jfi""-t season the Louisville and Evansville .- U. 8. Mail Compsnywill run a daily line, (Sunday's axoepted) of light draught ot . WTWibrnforrnation apply to Cox 4 num- or ,r JO" H" BUKCK. Superintendent LOUISVILLE AND HENDERSON AILY LINE, (SUNDAY'S Xt KPT Evansville fc Louisville u. s 3 v- Mne uo's. SDlendirl j rasscn.er m .Ft. BIG" GREY EAGLE, I5p IH'NCE J LUSK, Clerk. "TAR" GREY EAGLE, Capt. IIUTSINPILLER W. G. V0RIS, Clerk J. T. McCOMB S, Capt. BALLARD J. GWATHNEY, Clerk Compose the Line, and will leave Evansville for Louisville as follows : Monday's, STAR GREY EAGLE, at 12 o'clock Tuesday's, J T. McCOMBS, at 5 o'clock p u. Wednesday's, " BIG " GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock P M Thursday's, "STAR" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock P. M Friday's, J. T. McCOMBS, at 5 o'clock p. WWdsyY "BIG" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock RETURNING: I. T McCOMBS, loaves Louisville Monday's ami Thursday's. BIG" GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Tues day', and Friday's. "STAR" GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Wed lesday's and Saturday's. Punctually at f o'clock p. M. For comfort aud speed thr above steamers ar nUtorpalM. COX A HUMPHREY. decl2 COMMISSION HOUSE. LDAMS EXPRESS COMPANY Ne" Arrangement. PnE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY RE- A SPEl'TFULLY announce to their friends and mtrons, the public of Evansville and vicinitv that ith Increased facilities for the transportation of Freight, Packages, Money and Valuables, They solicit a continuance of former favors. Es rxrcial care taken in the collection of Bills, Draft Votes, and the transportation of small snd valua ble packages. All persons wishing to avail themselves of tie Hcilities of the Express, can obtain any desired in formation in reference to the routes and details of ;he business, at their office on First street, lietweet ain and Locust. Jy2 CHAS. WENTZ, Agent. SCHNEIDER & ZUBERBIER, (Successors to Schneider Wise,) Commission Merchants For the sale of all kinds of Western Produce, FLOUR, BACON, PORK, LARD, Hay, Corn, Oats, Batter, Esjfrs, fcc. Corner Lafaye,tte, New Levee, and Fulton Streets, NEW ORLEANS, LA. aug-tm H. ,B. CLIFFORD, Commission Merchant EXCLUSIVELY. HAVE DISPOSED OF MY STOCK OF GRO- JL ceries, Produce, Ac, as I tlnd that I cannot, nor can any one else, do justice to themselves and their shippers when they buy, for it is natural that they will sell their own goods first. As I have many shippers, I will hereafter conHne my self strict!-to the COMMISSION BUSINESS, And hope that I willtind a continuance of the many favors shown me during the past eight years. I shall give personal attention to all con signments, and will make liberal cash advances on produce iu store. My motto is, Quick Sales and Prompt Returns. Dealers in Cotton canuot do better than t" leave their orders with me. Mr. F. M. COPELAND late of Copeland, Edmonds A Co., will give the Cotton business his personal attention. He is one among the best judges in the State Orders suiicueo. u. B. CLIFFORD. sep23 No. 7 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn. s ODA 150 Kegs, best oualltv. for sale Inn in !.., . the trade. sep30 8. E. GILBERT CO. DENTIST. 17 I 1 v , . HAAS, ..i. .. V THANKFUL FOB THE 1 '".'ra pat te received during the part four years, inrt K"in iTmanont resident of thiscity, iesiioK all ierso (whether they need his profes sional services or t) to visit his rooms and see the Various Style t work Msnufat tu J Improvemen s and Invent' ops Are Ix-ing made, and ever) thing that will subs rvr the interests of his patients is secured by him. H I Establishment aad Faciliti s Are eo,ual to say in KASTERK CITIES. He has Several Anaesthetics roa Alleviating Pain when Extracting Teeth. -!- that are sunken cau be restored to nearly bt-ir ori ei ual contour. All slealrable styles of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, made anywhere in the United State, are made by him. Irregularities of Children's Teeth success fully corrected. Those having DECAVI'D TEETH Should either hav them Extracted or Filled, (the latter if possibU.) The health of the parties and the remaining Teeth demand it. NECBALGIC AFFLICTIONS TEKATKD. ALSO CLEFT PALATE Office on First St , If ear Post OtBce. MACHINES'!'. KRATZ Sl H"lL.viAN, City Fo.Tiitli-y, isnnfacturers aa ' B .dders of Sleam Eagines a iA Boilers. Sa'.v aua (iris? -Oil Ma !hitt Tobacco Screws ':p:ir.i Id'tchines Hi8 i iV A'jHi . V SSV!1 I . IS! 'ii-i:n !'!t n nrstl i i m ., inMrai lb. 'it ti i 11 rj i tut ili-v o pr V .to H a Vud r vl lie- Pfc" :id i'- i-r Hill M i. ii rflhirj u:td Sit 'Jl'k u ;;: ralll! li !i' ti. r !i y l.lj. r ' lat.iititt-ir.rariit sivm ".ei-'' .. . . -, a:ilj ..'IT n o,!!!!".! SIV . y itti 1 Mill Ui-nrt i of ai- itx-. iiif "liiiinu Xaehftsetyi "febaivi. K-r-wm. Miu'liiiit"'. !'iirli;!'i Snrii, Mai! Mills. l r.'i-ii-r C.r: 8'lii-r-. -1 jvhiii. i v al all kiioU niaae aiis rs Mirml ; Ir i. and Brass Uast ings oTesier' '.m rtj-tioii. Iron U'-ui- Frmtts, Osl nr Grated, ao. OSllWlsg and Beatiag Stptek of the steal improved ; Hollow Ware, Dog Tons, Ac. Brewers, Distillers, RectLners, &c. upplied with every description of Copper and iheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators, Attemporators, Sparges, Stillheads and Worms on an improved principle, Columns for Alcohol Stills, Yeast Jugs, Cans, Syphons, Ac ; Copper, Lead and Irov Pipe ; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every variety, for Beer, Spirits, Oil, Jtc. Brass Cocks and Valves, Stasia Whistles, Ac. Workmen nenl to all parta to fit up work and do repairs on Sbam Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron Work, Ac. Old Metals Bought. They are dealing in and selling Allen's improv ed Steam Gnage, Wrought Iron Welded Pipes and Tubbing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Ma chines. Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators, German Bolting Clsth, Gum Elastic Beltiug, Packing, Hose, Ac, of the best kind ; Tinplate, Sheet Iron Block Tin, Pig Iron, Babit Metal, Spelter, Fire Brick. They have every facility of the best Machinery and workmen, aud will give all work entrusted to them, their individual attention, filling orders promptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied with reasonable prices. sWOfBce and Sale Rooms, Foundry, Boiler-yard slachine Shop on Pine street, between First snd icond streets. Evsnsville, Ind. dec? INSURANCE AGENCY. INSURANCEAGNCY J. W. rtEASEN, Marble Eall, Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND., Underwriter and General In surance Agent. Adjuster of Fire Losses and Notary Public. All business connected with Insurance attended to with promptness and fidelity. Polices issued in several ol the oldest and most reliable Companies in the Union. FIRE, LIFE and MARINE. Combined Cash Capital Rep resented, over $ 5,0 00 ,00Q OQ P RE PARE IN TIME AGAINST TH THE FIRES OF FALL!! BY Prime A No. 1 Ipsurance W THB Phoenix Insurance Company OF HARTFORD. JDONN. The Fruits of the Phoenix Are manifest in the following statement of Facts cto Figures Showing the amount equalised 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 well as eommendable, and which should suggest TEC UD o every man who desires to bestow his iaturano patronage upon a WELL TRIED CORPORATION. n,2.io OHIO i,377.46 v-l INDIANA Tttjm n S3.H4.56 ILLIN0I8.. a 174 M ,57y8 MICHIGAN 22.V.7,) OP U4l.ll .... WISCONSIN T MM 11 I!,32.1.:i4 K,i53.1 1, 67.00. 9,7C5.I 31,054.30 laOMAn 20,S32.55 IOWA . 18,323.34 ... MINNESOTA 3 K55.10 .... NKBBASKA I.lt.7.00 J0D SS76S.OV ....KENTUCKY 34.U54.3C ....TENNESSEE 43.(1.54.90 MISSISSIPPI -20,832.55 w i 22,83:.4; 3,90! .9 555 55 I the eqHitable adjtutmnt, and prompt Cash r pf ' fSSSS, the PUCES IX tana, pre-eminently at g JF its profession; while its exiensiee, practi- nti first-class business system of loa.1 agencies, i nnt excelled by any similar corporation in the world. lasnraucies solicited, and policies Issued sad re newed in this leading Corporation, at fair rates by J. W. NKXSEN, Resident Agent, Office, Marble Hall Building, Main street. Cash Assets, January 1st, 1862 $1,992,585.89. Losses Paid, Upward o 14,000,000. ' The great public service, promptness and relia- I bihty ot this well-tried and sterling Company re- ! commend it to preference with those needlsV. i. I surance. Bar Insaraaca solicited and Policies issue by feb6 Marble Hall Building nW.t tlsJnV Z,m.i3 ARKANSAS": "" 3.861.98 TEXAS.. . oSS-SB ALABAMA BOOTS AND SHOES. H P5 P O Pm Eh CO w O y U 3 o H E d w o Eh o m m m a o o PS o h m o H P z o o n V w u o - w O 4J 03 a EH M O a a EH M M o c Eh CQ CQ h 0 6 3 0 a H 0 - - - s Q s NEW SHOE BOOT & STORE. M SELLMAN Has just received, at No. 35 MAIN STREET A large and carefully selecttd stock of BOOTS, SHOES. GAITERS, SLIPPERS, CHILDREN'S WEAR, O1 F THE LATEST STYLES, WHICH HE 13 srliiug as low as any house In the city. The public -re invitad to call and examine Good? aid Prices before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants his goods to give satisiaction. No trouble to show goods. Mending done FREE OP CHARGE, should they prematurely give way. t. M. SELLMAN, Evansville, Sept. 15, 1863. 35 Main Street. mx. ; jss t ets o.. Retail Dealers and Manufactures of BOOTS 8l SHOES, No. 38' Main Street, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. IITE HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE V V aud well selected stock of Eastern and home made G ods, consisting of all deseripfona of Hoot, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers, Which ' uiT... for anle as low as any house ia the city. AH our work is warranted. Pl6 MILLER A CO. No. 15 IAIIV STREET. TURNER & GWATHMEY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAXEB.S IM BOOTS AND SHOES, AND Hats & Caps, No. 15 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, DIANA VOLUNTEERING ! $302 BOUNTY For New Recruits! $402 EITUNTY For Veteran Volunteers ! A TEN OF THE FIRST DISTRICT OF INDI r . , rnor has called for seven or more GMUMtsa of Infantry snd five Com panies of Cavalry from this District Shall hs have them ? I call up.,n you ,o give the answer My answer is, HE SHALL." Will you eSdoTe it? I think you will. Your country neeJs vonr wasca v i, enal.le mem t., . , , .. ... amply provided for. uxmnnus Anyone wishiDg to recruit for the Regiment by raising Companies, or pari, of Compares w?l rece.ve commission, for that pui. hv "pp,VTUg to roe iu wntinc. accomi,.ii k. -endatlon... direct ,o MtTVern'on "K.v u": ty, Indiana, until the t. Tl , 2T" campment. j,ms . v A(. Commandant 1st District Other papers in the District please oop" NEW BOOKS. BEYOND THE LINES, by Capt. Alex Gaer GALA DAYS, by Gail tiauiilton. SOUTHERN HISTORY OF THE WAR. LIFE OF STONEWALL JACK80N. ELEANOK S VICTORY, by Miss. Braddoa A FULL SET OF CHARLES DICKENS WORKS In papers. All yet out of the ificent Edition of Cooper's Nov els. A FULL SET OF NOVELS, by i. V Smith, (la Paper.) WAVERLY MAGAZINE, for October Mad. DEMOEEST'S Fall Fashion Book. An assortment of the best COOK BOOKS, At BOBXLL'S.