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v mm Haiti loutmaJL EVANSVILLE, IND. THCRSDAT... ...NOVEMBER 5, 1863 JOIRXAL BINDERY. The publishers of the AaMnDi Journal have just added to their Newspaper and Job Printing Establishment, a FIRST CLASS BINDBT and MAScrACTOT or Blaxk Boom. Having secured the services of some of the beat workman in the West, they are prepared to execute orders at Cin cinnati and Louisville pricaa. Ever; description of Blank Books, such as Railroad, Count;. Banking, Mercantile, and For warding Books, manufactured to order and from the but quality of stock. Bvliny awl BUakt, and Book-Head PUmUmf, executed in a superior manner. All kinds of Printed Wo.-k, such as Magaxines. Law and Medical Works.. Pamphlets and old books re bound in every variety of style from half-bound to Antique and Full Gilt Work. CITY WEWS. l&f'FQr Commercial and River News see fourth page. THUNDER ALL AROUND HORIZON. t&F There were strong premonitions of rain last night, and we shall not be surprised to awake this morning with the rain pattering on our roof. To Manufacturers. . United States Assessor's and Collector's Office removed to Jaques's & French's Store, No. 10 North First street nov5t3 SPECIAL Pulmonary NOTICES. Consumption a Disease!!: B D. Curable THE VERY LATEST For a dressy, heavy business suit, a fine black suit, or splendid overcoat, go to Lyon's, who is now receiving fresh goods daily by Express. HO?- INTERESTS. Gold, Silver, Demand , Notes and U. S. 5-20's, Cou pons due 1st November, bought at the highest mar ket price at Copeland'u Sav ings Bank, No. 4, First Street. A C A TO CONSUMPTIVES. The undersigned having been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after haring suffered several years withaseYere lung affection, and that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who di-sire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used (freeef charge), with the direc tions for preparing and uding the same, which they will And a sure nr for CossrtmTiOM, Asthma Bronchitis, Cocaus, Cold:, Ac. The only object the advert is:: has in sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, aud spread information which lie conceives to be iuvalnable; aud he hopes .every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will eost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the pressription will please Bsv. EDWARD A. WILSON, Willinmsburgh, Kings County, Ntw Tork. B T TELEGRAPH. Official from General Meigs. Particulars of Hooker's Battle lain ry of Oar Troops. Gal- address THE COPPERHEADISM WIPED OUT. Abolitionists on the Rampage. The election returns from New York, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Kansas and Missouri, is of the most cheering char acter. Seymour and Wood are entirely snow ed under in New York, and Massachu setts is evidently abolitionized. Wisconsin and Kansas responds nobly, and if the Radicals in Missouri are not triumphant it will be in consequence of the traitors with which that State is in fested, having sworn in their votes. New Jersey classically termed "the Jarsies' is the only State left to the Confederate Democracy, and in that the majority is greatly reduced. " Rally round the flag, boys." De. Fekaccb still continues to bo the enlv ! lawful agent in this city for tho Artificial Rubber ', Teeth. I After furnishing neariy a hundred sets in the 1 past live years, be has no hesitation in recora I mending them as the best and cheapest material in um... being worn in the most difnVnit months, , with comfort and efficiency. Persons suffering j with bar! fitting mettle plates are espoially re ' quested to call at (he Rooms next RittrolfTs, Main Street. sep30-3m THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPEEIKNCE OF AN INVALID, Published for the benefit, airl as a warning and CAUTION TO YOUNG MEN who suffer from Nervous Debility, Prematu.ci Decay of Manhood, etc., supplying at the earns time THE MEANS OF SELF CURE. By one who has cured bimsell after being put to great expense and injury through medical hambng and quackery. By enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope single copies may bo had of the author. NATHANIEL MAVFAIR, Esq., Bedford, Kings County, N. T. A Xbw Sabbath School. A very in teresting Sunday School was opened on last Sabbath in the brick school house on Main street, just outside the city limits. It is under the direction of the ministers and teachers of the St Paul's j Episcopal Church. Eighty-nine scholars ; were present at the opening of the school, j which bids fair to be one of the most in- j teresting in the city. The teachers take hold of the matter with great enthusi- asm, and we have no doubt their labors will be crowned with great success. Serious Accidsnt. We learn that a Frenchmanjnaraed Martin while chopping wood on the place of John Smyth, up the canal, on Tuesday morning about 9 o'clock, was struck on the head by the limb of tree felled by another man, which rendered him insensible up to evening, the last we heard from him. Dr. Day was called to attend him, but up to a late hour on Tuesday evening, he had not spoken, and his face was pur ple, and it was supposed his head was broken. iWe are requested to announce that all the committees appointed by the meeting of Monday night will meet at the Court House this (Thursday) evening at 7J p. m., for the purpose of making the necessary arrangements for the work before them. It is necessary that the work should be begun immediately, as the time for volunteering is short. OlTRAOE 0!f THE FREEDOM OF THK PalSa Yesterday evening, while we w.'re writing in our sanctum, our liberal hearted friend, Thad. Conant entered suddenly, and taking us unawares, gave us a haudsome cane-ing a nice guita percha, with a massive silver head. We received it resignedly, although we did no know that we had merited it General Charles Crcft. We are delighted, and his numerous friends in this vicinity and throughout the State will be delighted, to learn that this gallant officer has been assigned to the command of General Palmer's old division, consisting of five brigades and four batteries. The State of Indiana has. not sent to the field a braver or more energetic officer than Charley Croft U. 8. Pension Agency. Eatabl ished by Government authority, for pro em isg PENSIONS for Ir. valid Officers and Soldiers, deceased Officers' aud Soldiers' Widows or Orphan Children, De pendent Mothers or Orphan Sisters. BOUNTY AND ARREARS for Deceased Soldiers' Widows, Children, Fathers, Mothers, or Brothers and Sisters. Also for dis charged Soldiers, who have served two years, or been discharged by reason of wounds. BOUNTY LAND AND BACK PAY for Widows er other legal claimants of Soldiers ef 1812, Mexican, 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 aud instructioas upon which their claims are granted at Washington, and i the only Agency !hus located, and solely aud exclusively employed Persons writing their caso plalnlv, and enclo sing stamp, always answered. Osticb Third street, near Main, Kvansvills Iud. JOHN TENNIS, octl5 Pension Agent The American House Still Lives ! Xew Improvements. Having lased the above named house for a term of years, I have spared no pains or expense in putting every department of this popular hotel In most perfect repair. I have also fitted up a nice bar adjacent to the office, where at all times the choicest of wines and liquors will be kept, and a polite and attentive man to wait upon my patrons and friends. A strict watch will at all times be kept during the night ; and particular attention will be paid to guests arriving and departing on ho. its, both day and night. My table shall at all times be amply supplied with the best the market affords, and by strict attention to business and the wants of the public, I hope to obtain a large share of tho public patronage, of which I shall endeavor to render myself worthy. J. J. PiLinsrET. Chablic Hall, Olerk . augC-dtf WILLIAM REAVIS, Attorney at Law and U. S. Claim Agent, Is authorized by the Government to procure Pen sions, Bounty Money, Back Pay, Bounty Land Claims for Houses and other raoPKRTr destroyed while In the service of the Government, and all claims, of whatever kind or nature against the United States. Bounty for Discharged Soldiers! By an amendment to the Bounty Law, pneeed at the last seseion of Congross, ' All soldiers or other persons who hare hemi of nhall hertafter be discharged within two years from the date of their enlistment, by reason of wounds received in batt'e. j shall rceive the same Bounty as though thoy j served two years." Office 65, Main Street, mer Keller's fiiin Store, j opposite the Court JIonBe, Evansville, la liana. Correspondents must enclose Mtamns. uej.Gc.od references given if required. mhlM To Phtmchhs. If you wish to purchase pure Drugs, Medicines, an ! Chemicals at a 'small ad vance on Eastern prices, go and examine Ksu-kb k Wiiith's aioek, where you will find every arti ole that is needed by the profcs.or, and as prices which eaunot fail to give satisfaction. Their tore is at No.34 Main street. niay4dwtf D. A H. W. SMITH, solo manufacturers of the NEW AMERICAN OKOANS with tremole attachment, finished in fifteen different styles; elegantly polished in Rosewood for Parlor use Also in Black Walnut and Oak for Churches, Schools, Lodges, Jtc. Also, Smitk's ur.rlyallod MeloJcous, warranted for five years. For sale by PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. This astonishing preparation will, by Nature's own Process, Re store Or ay Hair to the Original Color. Will make it grow on Bald Heads. Will restore the Natural Secretions. J WU1 remove at once all Itching. Will remove all Dandruff. Will eure all Eruptions even Scald Head. Will make the Hair Soft and Glossy. Will preserve the Color of Hair to Old Age. Will always Fasten it, and stop it Falling. And is one of the best Toilet Articles for th Hair now in use. Thousands or Soldiers in the Arm Have testified to the above, who had become gra and lost their Hair by sickness, change of climate and inattention, while performing camp duty. As a Restorative and dressing it has no equal. KELLER A WHITE, Wholesalo and Retail Agents fer Evansville. HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!! Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye Is the Best in the World! The only Harmless, True, and Reliable Dye Known. This splendid Hair Dye is Perfc t ehaages Red Rusty or Grey Hair, instautly te Glossy Black or Natural Bruern, without Injuring the Hair er Staining the Skin, leaving tho Hair Soft and Beautiful ; Imparts fresh vitality, frequently re storing its pristine color, and rectifies the ill effects of Bad Dyes. The Genuine is signed WIL LIAM A. B ATCHELOR, all others are mere imi tations, and should be avoided. Sold by al Druggists, Ac. Factory 82 Barclay street, N. t BATCHELOR'S NEW TOILET CREAM F0 DRESSING THE HAIR. JylOdwly DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS, SEMINA Dmn and Skxu al Systems. New and reli treatment in Reports of the REWARD A , CIATION Sont in sealed letter envelopes, fne of charge. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. au27-3m DRY GOODS NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS AT E. A. COOK & CO. ARE RECEIVING AND OPENING AT Washington, November 4. General Thomas's official statements relative to tbe recent fight at Wanahatie have been published, but the following from Quar termaster General Meigs, dated the 29th ult., possesses additional interest: Last niffht the Uth corps entered on this central campaign. (ieneral (Jearv, some 4 miles np the Lookout Valley, was attacked by Long-street The 11th corps, about 2 o'clock a. m., when near East Hill, were assaulted; but, without firing a shot, steadily moved forward by the light of the moon, and drove the rebels out of their rifle-pits and down the hill. Thirty-one dead soldiers attest the difficulty of the assault and the gallantry of our troops. When these hills were taken, the 11th corps marched to the assistance of Gen. Geary, who had held his position, and the enemy was driven back. G&n. Hooker's Position Safe. Philadelphia, Nov. 4. A special dis patch from Chattanooga to the Bulletin says all is quiet. In the recent hght with Gen. Hooker tho enemy was severely punished, and did not renew the fight. deneral Hooker at once strongly en trenched himself all along his lines. Gens. Grant and ihomas were with the line on the 2d, and thought him safe. The rebel batteries on Lookout Moun tain played on him all day, without doing any harm. From "Washington. News from Rebel Sources Terrible Bombardment of Sumter Part of tbe Sea Face Wall Falls In 13 Rebels Burled Beneatb the Rnlns Unprecedented Severity of the lire. " '.-J. .'. 1 ..' 1 ii in. jnj ',.,! Radical Union Victory at Leaven worth. Leavenworth, Nov. 3. The election here to-day passed off spiritedly. The whole radical Republican unconditional Union, Anthony ticket in this city and county, was elected by 1,000 majority. The issue made was for or against May or Anthony's administration. He has beer: endorsed by an overwhelming majority. GROCERIES. PRESERVED GINGER 3 cases Preserved Ginger, in prime order At H. A COOK'S. 50 BOXES ceivod at PEARL STARCn JUST EE H. A. COOK'S. O ALT 20 sacks Liverpool Salt U 1 000 small pockets 300 large do. loose ; do. do ; do. do ; At H. A. COOK'S. R OCK SALT 50 bbU Rock Salt At H. A. COOK'S. Nashville, Nov. 3. Rebel prisoners of Wheeler's command continue to come in. One hundred and twenty-nine were at the headquarters of the army police to-day, seventeen of them offic ers, rank ing from Lieutenants to Majors. Nine teen took the oath of allegiance; con script Tennesseeans principally. The weather is mild and rainy. The river is rising, and 24 feet at the pier mark. POTATOES 500 bushels choice Potatoes At H. A. COOK'S. ONIONS 75 bushels prime Onions At H. A. COOK'S. CORNED BEEF Extra quality Corned Beef At H. A. COOK'S. PICKLED CLAM Second arrival of twenty dozen choice Pickled Clams. Just received at H. A. COOK'S. T. ICICLES JT 30 dosen 1 Wilwaukie, Nov. 3. The city of Mil waukee gives Palmer (Dem.) for Gov ernor, 1,600 majority, a Union gain of 2,200. Scattering returns show a large Union gain all over the State. Lewis' (Rep.) majority for Governor on the home vote, is estimated at 15,000. Wo. T FIRST STREET, Washington, Nov. 4. The Richmond Examiner of Monday, contains the fol lowing : Charleston, Oct. 31. The enemy's fire on Sumter last night continued fu rious and incessant from the land bat teries. This morning about 4 o'clock a por tion of the wall fell in, burying beneath the ruins some men, believed to be of the 12th Georgia and 25th South Carolina regiments. Thirteen are missing. The second dispatch gives their names, and adds tlia,t they were buried by the falling in of the barracks, on the sea face, where they had been placed in po sition for mounting the parapet, in case of an assault. A fierce bombardment has been kept up all day on Sumter, from the monitors and land batteries. Up to 3 o'clock this afternoon no fur ther casualties have occurred. Over 1,200 shots were fired in 24 hours. Charl ston, Nov. 1. Tbe bombard in nt continued without intermission last night and to-day. This ;.t'Lornoon the shots over-averaged four per minute. The firing has been from two moni tors, two heavy and two light rifled guns at Ft Gregg, four 10-inch mortars at the middle battery, and four rifled guns at Wagner. On Saturday they fired 443 rifled shots from the monitors, and 373 from the mortars. The mortar fuses are cut so as to ex plode the shell in a second or two after the report fired and 33 mortar shells. The fire of the land battery was direct ed chiefly at the strength i'f the fort. The flag staff was carried away twice, but speedily replaced. 1 lie nag was ho cut to pieces that the flag of the 12th Georgia was substituted. The casualties on Sitturday were two killed and four wounded. The bom bardment is still severe. Missouri Election. St. Louis, Nov. 3. Complete returns indicate a Radical majority in the city of twe thousand, over a combination of Copperheads and Conservatives. This does not include the soldiers' vote, which, as far as heard from, is al most unanimously Radical. Sedalia gives a Radical majority of 59; St Joseph, an estimated Radical majority of 250; Tipton, a Conservative majority of 6. A dispatch from Jefferson City says: "Cole county gives about 200 majority for the Radicals. Many rebels of Jefferson City were very active at the polls to-day. and several who served a year's imprison ment in the Alton Penitentiary, took the oath and voted. The Secessionists there were jnbluant, saying that the success of the Conservative ticket in the State would be equivalent to a victory by Price's army. ' Boston, November 3. The vote in this State to-day was comparatively small, but the Republicans have made a complete sweep almost of everything. In Boston the complete vote for Gov ernor foots up: Andrews, 6,321 ; Payne, 3,904 a Re publican gain of 4,000 on the vote of last year. It is doubtful whether the opposition have elected more than six Representa atives to the Legislature, and they will probably not elect a single Senator. Last year th opposition vote was 54, 000; it will hardly reach 30,000 outside of Boston. We do not hear of the election of a single opposition Representative. It is believed that the Senate will be unanimously Union. 50 50 w So j2 In store and PICKLES gallon Pickles, plain and mixed ; to arrive at H. A. COOK'S. LOOSE PICKLES, LOOSE PICKLES 30 bbln Loose Pickles, 1,600 to 1,800 each : lohalfbbls 20 ten gallon kegs Pickles ; 16 five " " 1 bbl Pickled Pepper; 1 do Mangoes : In store and to arrive at H. A. COOK'S. mDOZ. PRESERVED CHERRIES; 10 dox. Preserved Strawberries ; 3 dex. " Pears ; 3 dox. " Oranges ; Jnst reoeived at H. A. COOK'S. CANNED FRUIT 200 dox. (cans Peaches; 100 " Tomatoes; 25 " Strawberries ; 50 " Blackberries ; 25 ' Raspberries ; At H. A. COOK'S. G1 RE1CN PEAS AND CORN 25 doxen Green T Pesi; 25 doxen green Corn, extra choice ; At H. A. COOK'S. PIS FRUIT IN GLASS; 10 dox Cherries; 10 dox Goos berries ; 10 dox Raspberries ; 10 dox Currents, of extra quality ; At H. A. COOK'S. MINClTPIE"SEASON ON HAND 2,000 lbs choice Zante Currents ; 25 bxs Layer Baisens ; 100 quarter bxs do. do. ; 100 sixth bxs do. do. ; 200 lbs Genoa Citron ; At H. A. COOK'S. LONDON 100 dox. Scotch Ale. PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE genuine London Porter; 100 dosen Just received At H. A. COOK'S. CHOICE PLAIN HAMS 1500 lbs extra choice Plain Hams at H. A. COOK'S. KIED BEEF 1C00 lbs choice Sugar Cured unea Beer. Just received At H. A. COOK'S. s ALMON, SALMON 5 bbls Pickled Salmon just received At H. A. COOK'S. CLOTHES BASKETS 75 nest Clothes Baskets, 4, 5 and 6 in a nest ; 6 doxen large size do. do. Inst received at H. A. COOK'S. OLD GOVERNMENT JAVi90lrFE16 50 small size Pockets choice old Government Java Coffee At H. A. COOK'S. TEA The best Green, Black snd Japan Teas to be found in the city are to he had at the EUREKA BAZAAR. 'pOMATOE CATSUP 125 gallons choic To X matoe Catsup, for sale by i he gallon or in quantities to suit; At H. A. COOK'S. COLLECTOR'S SALE. TVJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, WIL LI LIAM G. BCEPPLE, Collector of the City of Evansville, betweei the hoars of ( and 12 o'clock A. M and 3 and 5 o'clock P. M., on MONDAT, THK 23d OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1863, will sell al Public Auction, at the door of the Court House in the City of Evansville, Indiana, the following Lets, parts of Lots, and parcels of Real Estate, and Improvements, assessed for the payment of City Taxes for the year 1863, dne from the owners thereof to the City of Evansville said Taxes being now due and unpaid and for the costs of said sale; and that said sale will be continued on the i next day thereafter, vix : on Tnesdav, the 24th day 1 of November, 1863, at 2 o'clock P. M.. at the door 1 01 tne Court House in Evacsvilie, for the pnrpoxe of selling such property as may have been sold en the day first above mentioned and no. paid for : ORIGINAL PLAN. Blackford, Isaac heirs, lot 1 $51 30 Caselberry, Hiram, se hf of lot 27 35 10 Keller, D C, lot 25 70 25 DONATION ENLARGEMENT. Carpenter, A B, let 221 $11 48 Keller, D C, n w hf of lot 22S 13 50 Sherwood A Burt is, s e two-thirds of lot 183. 68 73 Wheeler, HQ, ne one-third of lot 217 ... 5 06 do 42x75 feet alley end of lot 231 10 53 do lot 238 27 00 UPPER ENLARGEMENT. Alkman.Wm M, 25x150 feet middle one third of lot 3 $14 44 Blackford, Isaac, heirs, lot 7 40 50 DRY GOODS. THE NEW DRY GOODS HOUSE ..do.... ..do... do... ..do do... 8.. do...l2 do ...13 ..do...!7. 40 50 33 75 32 40 31 06 29 70 32 40 32 40 29 70 28 35 28 35 27 00 27 00 27 00 25 65 33 75 74 25 11 81 3 71 NOTICE. I WANT 80ME SMART, INTELLIGENT laborers, who are willing to work, to dig Coal at the Bodiam Mines. I can also give employ ment to some Coal Diggers, at good paying rates. A good miner can make from $75 to 80 per month, with prospect of steady employment through the winter and spring. After a little experience laborers can earn fiom $2 to $3 per day. Apply immediately at my office, on Water Street, between Main aud Sycamore, or at the Mine. oc2 JOHN WYMOND. INSOLUBLE CEMENT. A New sn:l Elegant Stook of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods WARREN ocl24-6a A C0NYNGTON, Ne. 1 Main Street. AND Grkat DltCOVKHT. Applicable to the useful arts. HARDWARE, &c. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., DEALERS IN II j. H I W .A. R E A new thing, Its Combina tion. MOTIONS MUSIC. Latest from East Tennessee. We have had the privilege of glancing at late letters from members of the 65th Regiment, and officers attached to the army of Gen. Burnside, from which we learn a few items of interest. The rebels had been driven entirely out of East Tennessee, and our forces had penetrated to within a few miles of Abingdon, aud could have occupied the place had it been desirable. They now occupy Jonesboro, Blount.s- ville and other important positions in Eatst Tennessee. About the 15th, Col. Foster with his brigade, was sent to get into the rear of a considerable force of rebels, who were menacing their advance, but the rebels retired the night before he arrived, and when he came up with their rear guard, he found they outnumbered him about five to one, and he deemed it prudent not to attack them. The only reason they did not capture the whole rebel army was because they were not strong enough JU. GOJSINE OFFERS niS SERVICES TO the citiseus of Evansville as Instructor in Instrumental, and Vocal Music. He loaches the correct method of training the voice and gives instruction on the Piano, Guitar,. Violin and Flute, at tbe residence of the pnpil or at a general place of meeting, as may be desired. Orders left at Warren A Conyngton's Store, will in promptly attended to. oct30 NEW MUSIC. JIST RECEIVED A SPLENDID LOT OF New Music, among which will be found " DARLING, HOW CAN I FORGET THEE," By tho author of "When this Cruel War is Over," aud will become as popular as the latter piece. ' DEAR MOTHER I'LL COME HOME TO DIE." By the same author. 'KIS8 MB MOTHER E'RE I'M DEAD." By M. Keller. WARREN A CONYNGTON, octlS No. 1 Main Street, Evansville. RAILROAD NOTICE" Ohio A, 3IUsisstppl Railroad. IYANSVILLE, Oct. 20th, 1863. Until further notice, we. will carry freight from the Depot of the . C. B. R. between Evansville and Cincinnati at the following rates per 100 lbs. : 1st Class. 2d Class. 3d Class. 4th Class. 50c. 40c. 30c, toe. Flour at 50 cents per barrel. For any further information call at the office of the undersigned. W. C. BAEHRING, Agent, o -21 -lm Office No. 5 Water Street. Evansville & Crawfordsville R. R. Co. Their Goods have t een selected with great care by experienced bands, with special reference to the trade of thin city ; were bonght for CASH and will be sold very low to Cash Customers ouiy. Their stock comprises all the most ELEGANT STYLES Required to co titute a first class Iry- Goods House, a IMBKACINS Black, Plain and Fancy Silks, Foulard Silks, Fine Mozambique Dress Goods, plain and Check; Bareges, Organdies and Jaconets, Lawns, Mourning and Summer Dress Goods, of every description. Point r ace Collars, i Collars of every Variety, : Mourning Setts, mourning uouars, Silk Talmas Sacques, and Circulars of all kinds, Lace Mantles, Summer Shawls, Silk Parasols, a beautiful csortmen just received. M arseilles Guilts and Spreads, Cloths, Cassimeres, Staple Goods ot every description No Definite Resell s Ascertained. St. Louis, Nov. 4. Returns from the interior of the State come in very slowly. Pro-Slavery towns along the North Missouri Railroad and Missouri Kiver be tween Jefferson City and Kansas City, as fur as heard from, give Conserva;ite majorities. In Green county the Radical majority is 200. The soldiers' vote will swell it to 300. Laclide county, so far as heard from, Radical majority nbout 200. The sol diers in this county are unanimously radical. There are large Radical gains over Royd's vote for Congress last year re ported throughout the Southwest. Warren county (Conservative) 11 ma jority. Buchannan county (Conservative) 200 majority. Franklin county (Radical) 600 major- u?- . The returns are yet too insufficient to leave an opinion as to how the State has gone. From Cairo. Boot A Shoo Manufacturers Jewelers. Families. Rebel Raid on May field. vr Tne Town Sacked, and .ct Kallroad Destroyed Congress its a n Anderson Captnred. USEFUL and VALUABLE DISCOVERY ! HILTON'S INSOLUBLE CEMENT! Is of more general practical utility than any invention now liefbre the public. It has been thoroughly tented during the last two years by yjactlcl ,n..i, .n .-..rmniKwl rn SUPERIOR TO ANY Adhesive Preparation known. Hilton's Insoluble Cement In a new thing, and the result of years of xtudy, its combination is on Scientific Principles, Ann nnnr urn circumstances or chance of temperature will it be come corrupt or emit any offensive smell. HOOT V- SHOE ' Manufkc'nrers. usine Machines. will find it the best article known for Cementing the Channels, as it works withont delay, is not aflect e1 by any ehangi- of temperature. JEWELERS IWill find it sufficiently adhesive for j their use, as has been proved. K Is especially adapted to Leather, : And we claim as an especial merit, that it sticks Patches and Linings to Hoots and hhoes sp "iciently strong without stitching. AND CUTLERY FIRST STREET, (8ION BIO MILL SAW,) Have received a complete stock of : FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Hardware, Purchased aud Imported direct from the Manufacturers .do do. ..18 ao do...25 do do. .Si do do...49 do do. ..51 do ..do...W do- do...56 do do...68 do do...59 do do. ..90 do fractional lot 11 do ont-lot 1 Broer, Anthony. 21st subd ef out- lot 3 . Walker, JasT, 13th subd of Lister's out-lot 2 LOWER ENLARGEMENT. Baker, William, undivided hf of 397 feet of wharf property below Division street $81 00 Beal, Samuel, a e hf of n w hf of lot .i 16 20 I) C Keller, s w hf of lot 15 27 CO de 25ixH- f t s e side of lotU 15 80 do Undivided two-thirds of 287 ft of wharf, beginning at 'he seline of Lest street, lying between Water street and the Ohio river, running toward Pine street 287 ft g 00 Shanklin, John, sehf of lot . 29 70 EASTERN ENLARGEMENT. Burtis, Edward, lot 1, block 6, f 13 50 ........Aa do...l9......do...80 4 73 do do ...14 do...5ii 8 44 Carpenter, A B, lot 4 do...l9 1 35 do do.. 5 do 19 1 49 do do 12 do 21... 3 71 Clement, Converse, lot 5, block 34 5 40 ! (! fi...do.34 . 5 40 do do. 7...do...S4 5 40 Earley, Robert, lot 2 block 11 38 48 do do...3 do..ll 4 73 do do...4 do.. 11 473 do do. ..6 do..26 4 73 .........de do. ..15 do..51 6 41 do do. ..16 do..51 6 41 Early 4 Garvin, lot 8 block 22 3 38 .do lot 9...do...24 3 38 .... do lot 5...do...32 6 75 do lot 15..do...S8 6 75 do lot 14..do...48 4 05 Garvin, Thomas ., lot 8, block 17 7 76 do undivided hf of lot 6. block 33 2 70 Lant, George, lot 10, block 22 10 12 ao lot 16 do...45 . 1 49 Lant A Bro., lot 19, block 40 12 IS .do lot 1 do...46 . 2 03 Neff, Peter lot 2 do...31 6 08 ....do lot 20 do...51 8 10 ....do lot 9 do. ..55 6 75 Oakley, James, lot 12. ..do. ..19 2 03 D Ki ley, F O, lot 6 do. ..47 1 69 Sherwood, Marcus, lot 12, block 12 2 70 do lot TO do. ..47 1 69 Stockwell, Wm H, lot 27 do. ...9 4 05 Walker, Wm H, lot 9 do...36 45 63 BAKER'S ADDITION. Carpenter, A B, lot 10, block 2 $ 2 16 ao lot ll do.. ..2 2 16 do lotI5 do....4 2 03 do lot 22 do....4 2 03 LAMA8CO. Anthss, M B, lot 9, block 106 J 3 30 do lot 10...do...ims 3 00 Baker, Wm,...lot 15...do... 23 60 do lot 16...do... 23 60 Ao lot 17...do... 23 1 20 90 6 00 3 00 1 40 2 40 3 60 1 50 1 50 I PC T E TV S E E X CITEMENT A T Nos. 14 & 16 First Street. ao, WITHOUT DELAY, TO COOLIDGE'S. Where you will find then opening the largest assortment of Ever offered in this market in Rich Silk and Dress Goods. They have no Competitors or !few Tork City. this side EX Y Embroidered Edgings and Insert -lngs, Real Laces. Dress Trimmings, Ladies' Cloth and Beaver Cloaks, Point Lac Collars and Sets, dkve., eVc. IT TS THE ONLY iti.ai.iuid.LIQUIT) CEMENT Extant, that is a sure thiu for mendirg KniMTtHI", CROCKERY, TOYS, BONE, IVORY, And articles of honsohold use. Remember. TP ! Freight Tariff between Evansville anil flnplnn.tl vw.a 1 fift tha. i ney naa just received a warning ironi i l9t cias. 2d class. 8d class. 4th Class. Gen. Halleck, that it was probable that j r bb, 30 Ewell was advancing towards Abingdon, J Tims consumed in tnsportation between these . . . . . . ... ' I peintt is ftoui four to five djv. but they had no information of his near ! oota A. E. suradeu, Freight Ag't. approach from their scouts. ? ' They had destroyed about twenty miles WINTEK of the East Tennessee and Virginia railroad west of Abingdon, which would i prevent the rebels using it again this winter. CoL Fostor's brigade has done hard service since they entered East Tennes see, and about one-half of his command : is dismounted or have unserviceable horses. At the date of writing, Oct. 20th, they had not learned of Grant's having super-1 J SMITH'S ceded Rosecrans. SHIRT MANUFACTORY, T , lT i J50"O.S Socoiid St, Big Guns. The steamer John H. Groesbeck, which arrived at St Louis on Friday morning, bad on board a number of prisoners, and large rifled siege guns, formerly been mounted on tha rebel "KT O T O V " iSS . Our steck In this line is large, and of the fiuest qnalitv. to which particular attention is directed. Renu mber the place fur bargains NO. 7 FIRST STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. NOTICE. " Cairo, November 4 An official dis patch states that 600 rebel cavalry made a raid on Mayfield, Ky., on Monday, robbed all the stores, tore up the rail road, and destroyed the rolling stock. It is reported that a number ot oar people were taken prisoners among them Congressman Anderson, and Mr. Twening, Revenue Aid on the railroad. River and Weather. Pittsburg, Nov. 4. River unchanged, with 3 feet by the metal mark. Weather clear and pleasant BY LAST NIGHT'S M&1L Kin Is. iyS-J(s REMEMBER Hilton's Insoluble Cemen Is in a liquid form and as eaily applied as paste. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is insoluble in water or oil. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Adheres oily substances. Supplied In Family or Manufactur ers' Packages from 2 ounces to 100 lbs. HILT0, BROS. & CO., Pbopbixtobs, PROVIDENCE, R. I NOTICE. A T THE iY. HUGHES, deceased, DRY GOODS. SCHAPKEE. & BUSSING A RE NOW ttfctiilYIM; TUEIU SECOND I Court JTl purchase ef Vail and winter Dry GoeOe, Mil linery, Carpels, Ac Having temporarily fitted up our basement for the sale andstoreidg of our large steck. which ve are now receiving, ne xexyctfully ask our numer ous customers to have jAince with us yet for a short time unti I we "Wkf s more suitable room for every body to trade wtrh us. SCHAPKER 4 BUSSING, ociSO No. 49 Main street. SHIRT MANUFACTORY. Administrators Sale of Heal Estate IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THK Common Pleas Court ot Vanderburgh County, Indiana, mad e at the fenteu-.ber Term of said 18G3, tn nncersianeel Administrator and Administratrix cf .Michael P. Jones, deceas ed, will on Tuesday, the tenth day of November, A. D. 1863, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock, P. M. cf said day, sell at the Court House dour in the city of Evansville, in said eonnty, Lot number forty-eight (8) in the Original Plan, of said city, with the appertenan ces thereto belonging, ujwn the following terms, to-wlt: , One-third of the purchase money to bo paid on the day of sale. One-third in six months and one-third In twelve months from said day of sale. The purchaser giving notes drawing interest, without sny relief whatever from Valuation or ap praisement laws with approved personal security, for the deferred payments, to be sesurad by mort gage upon tbe premises sold. Evansrille, Oct. 8h, 18fiS. WILLIAM H.WALKER, Adm'sr. ARONKTTA S. JONES. Adm'rx. SHIRTS ilkVU TO ORDER FROM MEAfJ nrment and a fit warranted. A stock "o i - i n,.u t i i ...j alSO Seven t at prices that will suit the uurcliaser. Tucking l l L.i j .laiin. atiehlng Bosoms, A.-.., done with n ntnee which had i rtMn.t,h Thankful for past fa at itn subscriber respect Cnllv solicits a routuanoe of the tiatronture mm water batteries at Vicksburc. Some of ! liberally bestowed for the past Bve years. . ... fa t meat J. SMITH. hem are spiked. 1 STRAYED" IN I? ROM THE SUBSCRIBER'S STABLE, I J? Evansville, a sorrel Mare, 4 years old, with white spot on tbe forehead and right side; also, white hind foot. Had on when she left bridle and I saddle. Any one delivering said mare to me, or giving : information where she can be found, will be i liberally rewarded. J. I,. WHITE, j 0098 On Eighth St., bet. Vine and Division. Special to tbe Cincinnati Gazette. Washington, Nov. 3. Owing to storms on the Western lines the follow ing dispatches failed to get through last nirrht: The order for Gen. Butler to relieve Gen- Foster at Fortress Monroe is pub lished. The Navy Department expresses gratification at the change, and Admiral Lee in particular expresses the hope that the new military administration may in fuse vigor into operations here. Negroes are to be collected and organized into regiments as rapidly as may 'be. Gen. Foster is not expected to remain here in command of the defenses, as has been re ported. As the tory papers of New York are busy reiterating the charge, it is proper to repeat that not a single able-bodied soldier has been home to New York from Meade's army. Plenty of invalids, how ever, are going from here. JNo doubt is ascertained that they will all vote one way to-morrow. Radical Victory In St. Louis. St. Louis, Nov. 3d. We beat the odi ous combination of Conservatives and Copperheads 2,000 in this city. This is the greatest victory yet achieved by the radical Unionists. Public Sale, LATE RESIDENCE OF W. G. we, his administrators, ill. on the '28th dav of November, 1863, (Satur day), sell to the highest bidder,' who will give bond with approved security, all the machinery aud apparatus of the Saw and Grift Mill of the said Hughes, together with all the lumber in the mill yard. The lumber will be sold on a credit until the 1st of March next, and the mill, ma chinery and fixtures will be sold on a credit by equal installments, payable on the 1st of March, and the 1st of September, 18C4. There is a large amount of lumber on hand, and the mill is the best in the county. All those indebted to the estate are for the last time invited to come forward and settle. JONA R. HCGHK8 DANIEL H. HUGHES November 3, 18G4. Enabling us to ofTer inducements to Pur chasers rarely found in the West. We call the special attention of Dealers to our large and well selected Stock, con sisting in part of Axes All the celebrated brands, . . Chains Log, Trace and Halter, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Shovels and Spades, Cotton and Wool Cards, Wheel Heads, Weaver's Reeds, Spinning Wheels, Locks, Latches, Butts and Screws, Gun Trimmings, Brass Kettles, Shot Guns, i jr JaY! Rifles and Revolvers, Chain Pump Fixtures, Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Gum Belting, Japanned Ware, NotionsLarge Stock. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO., No. 13 First Street. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. MANTUA MAKING. HEADQUARTERS FOR CLOAK, MANTILLA AND X - oss MaTt 1ng. MRS. ELIZA SPEIGLEBERG, IS THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON First Street, has jnst received fresh supplies from tbe East, of the richest fabrics, snd Is now prepared to make up to order on the most reason able terms. Cloaks, Mantles, Circles, and Sacques of the best material and of the mo at beautiful styles. Her stock is so complete, that with the assist ance of the most competent Dress and Cloak makers in the country, she is able to defy all com petitors in both stye and prices, j Mrs. Spiegelberg also has bought a large as- sortniect of Silks, Head Dressses, Hair Braids and Curls, Ladys' Pocket Handkerchiefs of every style j and a great many other articles for the conve j nience of the Ladies of Evansville ai.d vicinity too numerous to mention. The best Sewing Machines of Grover A Baser manufactory for family use, for sale by Mrs. ELIZA SPIEGELBERG, No. 13 First Street bet Main and Beoond. serKS NOTICE IS HEREBY GITEN THAT BT ' virtue of an order of the Court of Common Pleas of Vanderburgh county, the undersigned. Administrator of the Estate of Lorenxo T. Hop kins, deceased, will on tha 3d day of December, 1863, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., of said day, at the door of the Court House, in the city of Ev&nrrille, Vander burgh county, Indiana, at public suction, sell the following described Real Estate, sitnated in said county, to-wit : Lots No. 15 and 16, in block No. 5, in the Northern Enlargement of said city upon the following tanas, to-wit: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, one-third in six months, and one-third in twelve months, the purchaser to give his notes for the deferred pay ments, with security, with interest from day of sale, withont relief from valuation or appraise ment laws, secured by mortgage upon the prem ises. A. G. SULLIVAN, Adm'r. novld4w STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM THE PASTURE OF HARRISON HOPKINS, near the Evansville and Craw fordsville Railroad, about one mile front town, a Bay Horse, about fifteen bands 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, ana cantors. Any oas having any knowledge of his wherea bouts will confer a favor by giving notiee at the United States Quarts rr&aaeer's ofEce. eetaidtf. do lot IS. ..do... 23 ... Burtis, John. ..lot 27. ..do.. 55...., do lot 28. ..do.. 65 Carpenter, A B lot 8...do...l01..... do...lot...8...do.ltil do. ..lot 12...do...l30 do...lot 8...do...l35 do. ..lot 7...do...l35 do. ..lot lT...do...l71 1 68 do. ..lot 18.do...l71 1 20 Earley. Robert, lot31, block 20 60 .do do...32...do....20 90 ..... do do.14 do... 47 1 32 do.... do. ..20 do... 64 1 80 do do...2l do. .54 1 8U ..do do...31 do... 54 1 80 .....do do... 8 do... 75 2 10 -....do do... 3 do... 82 5 40 Ao seqrof do.,164 6 60 Keller, D C,...lot... 1 do....74 3 30 do do 3 do....74 3 00 do do... 4 do. ...74 3 00 do do... 5 do.. ..74 3 60 jJo jeeOote.-dj -.74 2 SS Miller, Christian, lotOT ao....V t n do ..Jo...30...do....25 1 20 ..do do. ..31 ...do... 25 1 20 .do do.....6...do..l06 3 00 do do....7...do..l05 3 00 do do ...5...do..l32 1 20 .do do....2...do..L" 60 Wheeler. H Q,...de....3...do... 30 4 20 do .do...l7. .do... 54 2 10 v....do do. ...3...do... 80 6 30 do do. ...4...do ...80 11 10 do ..do. ...4...do..l30 I 60 .do do. ...9...do..l60 4 50 FOURTH ENLARGEMENT. Baker, William, lot 12, block 1 8 3 30 .do-.. lot 13 do...l 5 10 do lot...8 do...6 2 40 do lot.. .5 do 20 2 40 ... do lot. ..6 do 20 . 4 80 Carpenter, A B, lot. .3 do. .9 3 60 do lot...4 do...9 3 60 ..do lot 11 do 16 6 10 do lot 12 do 16. - 4 50 do lot 13 do 16 6 90 do lot 13 do 17 3 30 Clements, Converse, lot 32, block 13 6 40 do n w qr or lot io, block 14... tw do lot 11, block 14 3 60 Reitz, John A, lot 4. block 7 8 60 Jo lot 5. ..do... 7 lb 20 Wheeler, H Q,...lot l...do...lO 3 60 8T0CKWELLL'S ENLARGEMENT. Carpenter, A B, lot 1, block 2 S4 80 do lot 2...do 2 4 20 .do fractional lot 3, block 1 8 40 do lot 5, block 2 .... 4 20 .do lot 6 do...2 4 50 do lot 10 .. do...2 5 10 do lot 11 ... do...2 6 10 do lot 12...do...2 JB5 40 do lot 13...do...2 6 40 do lot 15 ...do. ..2 5 TO Ao lot 1G ... do...2 5 70 do lot 17 ...do...2 24 60 do lot 1 ... do. ..6 4 50 do e of lot 13, block 9 .. 1 98 do...- lot 14, block 2 64 do lot 15... do. ..9 2 C4 ..do lot 16...do...9 2 64 do 'ot 17 ... de.. 9 S 64 ...do- la 18 ... do. ..9 .. 2 64 .do lot 19...do...9 2 84 do lot 20 ... do. ..9 - 2 64 do lot 21 ...do. ..9 i 04 do lot 22 ... do...9 3 00 do lot 23 ...do. ..9 2 64 do lot 24 ...d. )... 2 64 do lot 25 ... do...9 2 64 do.. lot 26 ... do...9 . 3 00 do lot 27... do. ..9 2 64 do lot 28 ... do...9 2 64 do lot 29 ... do...9 2 64 do lot 30 ...do. ..9 . 2 64 do lot 31 . do...9 1 32 do .fractional lot 3, block 13 13 20 Garvin, Thomas E, lot 28, block If...... 9 00 Igleheart, Asa, ne of lot 24, block 19 1 SO ..do lot 25, block 19 6 60 Nurre, Bernard, lot 27, block 14 3 30 do sw Y ot lot 28, block 14... 1 68 GREEK'S ENLARGEMENT. Early, Robert, lot 8, block 3 1 50 do lot 9....do....3 1 50 .do lot 10.. do. ...3 1 60 do lot 11 .do....3 2 10 Garvin, Thomas E, lot 12, block 5 1 68 do lot 13, blocks 168 do lot 14, block 6 .... 1 68 SHARPE'S ENLARGEMENT. Babcock, H O, lot 5, block 8 1 60 do let 1 do...l3 4 92 Jones, Joshua, heirs, lot 20, block 15 90 do.. do 21 .... do :15 3 30 .. ... do do 22....do...U 1 20 Wheeler, H Q, lot 14, block 11 - 1 90 NORTHERN ENLARGEMENT. Hughes, William, lot 11. block 8 1 50 Igleheart. Asa. lot IS. block 5 5 70 do do 10, block 5 2 10 Jones, Joshua, heirs, lot 10, block 8 3 90 CARPENTER PLACE. Carpenter, A B, lot 5, block 3 4 20 do do 6 do...3 4 20 Ao do 7 do. .3 4 20 .do do 8 do...S .5 40 Keller, D C, lot 1, block 4 5 40 ..do do...2 de...4 4 80 do do. ..3 do.. .4 4 SO do do...4 do. ..4 4 80 Merritt, John J, block 1 252 00 WILLIAM G. BOJPPLE, .tt Colbctor. Chandler's Block, No's. 14 & 16 First Street, (Two doors West of Post Office,) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. myl8 J. T. ot 8. A. COOLIDGE. 4 x No. 10 C J7X it t S T" STBE1T, Wholesale and Retail DRY GOODS. In addition to all in our former lines, we now have the BEST STOCK of the fol lowing Goods ever brought to this City, viz: CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, WINDOW SHADES, Window Hollands, Curtain Damasks, lm:e curtains, Curtain Fixtures, CURTAIN CORNICES; And almost everything in the HOUSE FURNISHING LINE mj-20-lr No. 10 JAQCKSS FRENCH, First Street, Evansville. BAKERY. ADANK' S CONFECTIONERY FURS ! FURS!! FURS!!! TV ABE SOW EEGBIVING A VEBT VV large and well assorted stock of Ladies' and Missos's fancy Fare, comprising in part the fol lowing : Sable, Mink, Bussian fitch, Stone Mar tin Fisher, Lyns, German Fitch, Siberian Squir rel, Ermine, Genet. Swans Down, and for trim mings of every descriptions. Gentlemen's Far Collars and Glove, Children's Purs, Mufls, Cuffs, either separate or in sets. Having selected the goods ourselves, customers can rely on getting tbe very best grade of goods and at prices as low as tbe lowest. AXD FANCY CAKE BAKERY, Second Street. Near Main, Evansville. lnrt. THE UNDERSIGNED INFOBMS THE CITI ZENS of Evaasrille that he has secured the services of a Fancy Workman from New York, and is now prepared to make to order all kinds of Faney Cakes, Pyramids, Jellies, Blanc Manges and Ioe Cream of all Flavors and shapes. Weddings and Parties Supplied with Cakes of the best material and in New Tork Style, on the shortest notice. Wed dine Ce.ks handiomely decorated. o?ai-'iw . ADANK. HATS ART) CAPS. Onr stock of Hats and Caps for Men and Boy's, is now complete, having Just been replenished with the very latest Winter styles, gotten np with ears under our own supervision. i MISSES' FELTIHATS. Latest New Torkstylss. INFANT'S HATS. Fancy and plain, a very lags assortment, new styles. All FANCY CAPS, Of which we are receiving a splendid assortment. TACTIXa MABCONNIXB, No 39 Mala Street.