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FOR 8ALE LOTS 15 AND 1. BLOCK 51, in the Eastern Enlargement of the city of Evansville, at a bargain. Enquire of novStf ASA IOT.EHEAHT. FOR SALE THK BACK PART OK LOT NO IK), OM Plan of the City of Evansville, on t!ie corner of th alleys extending from Main to Sycamore and from Second to Third treets, fi opt ing 70 feet on the former and 25 feet on the latter, being on the center of the square on which the Washington House is built. For terms apply to notttf ASA IGLEHEART. UOBALS A TWO STOBY BRICK DWKL--F LING, containing nino rooms, a good celler, and cistern, and ont-bnildings, together with the lot on which it is situated. Said lot b situated on S-ond Mreat, the next square at. A. Mr. U. Raleigh' dwelling. Said lot fronts fifty feet on Second street, and runs back 150 feet to an alley. The lot is high and well improved. For terms apply to ASA IGLEUEART. nov2t f THI8 FARM IS LOCATED ONE MILE from Golconda, Pope County, Illinois: is in a high state of cultivation, with one of the finest views of the Ohio river of any on its banks. It contain! abont one hundred and forty acres; good dwelling and out-honses; a fine Peach and Apple Orchard, all Grafted choice fruit of about 1. 0 Tree, and Nnrserv of7,000 or 8,000 Trees, all fine Grafted Fruit. Will be sold at a great bar gain or exchanged for city property. For full particulars enquire of W. E. Stockton, on the premises, or Zach Tavlor of this city. . Qf27-4w I 1 L! II I nil FOUND. tjOCND A CARPET SACK. THE OW.NTR , can have it by identifying the same and pay ng for this advertisement. Apply at 47 Main Street. novo OCND THREE KEYS ON A RING, which the owner can have by calling at thU office and paying for notice. FOR LEASE. TOR LEASE FOR A TERM OF TWENTY F Years, an unimproved lot, between Fourth Street and the Canal, fronting 25 feet on Main Street and extending back 1.50 feet to the alley, 50 feet south of the Canal , being part of Lot No. 230, Ionation Enlargement of tne city of Evansville. For terms apply to nov2tf MRS. O. E. LEWIS. WANTS. "''"l'-".M. jl containing six or seven reams, comf .rtably and conveniently arranged, situated above Main Street and south of the Canal. For purchaser eu quire at this office. no7-lw CASH. BOARDING A GENTiEMANAND HIS Wife can 1 accommodated with a pleasant front room, either furnished or unfurnished. Also, a few single gentlemen. Apply at the cor ner of Fifth and Vine Streets. P. McKAY. novT Wr ANTED A SCHOOL TEACHER TO TAKE a School in Henderson county, Ky. En quire of E. F. Randolph, at his residence, seven miles below the citv of Henderson. nov5-lw i 7 ANTaD TO RKNT A HOLSE CoN V taining ationt fonr rooms, by a family with out children. Enquire at this oflic. uov4-3t YTANTED A fewhundrcd dollars of "Rick VV et's Checks " wanted to fill an order.atthe Saving's Bank, No. 4. First street. oct3o MONDAY NOVEMBER 9 M. THAYER, Kdltor. J. S. SIL.VERT1IORM, Associate. AVOID THE DRAFT! $802! 02 Those who wish to secure the liberal bounty offered by " Uncle Sam " for sol diers, should enlist at once. WAR MEETING! Another grand War Meeting will be held at the Old Brewery, in Lamasco, on Tuesday Evening. Gen. Mansfield will be pressnt to address the audience in German. Good music will also be on hand. THE BALL IN MOTION. KXTIIXSIASTIC WAR MEETING. In response to a call for a war meet ing on Saturday evening, Mozart Hall was filled at an early hour with a crowd, HjViinPu us1 ol "the first and second great uprisings of the people after the bom. bardment of Fort Sumter and the defeat at Bull Kun. We think the gathering on Saturday night unmistakably indi cates that the people of Evansville are determined on filling their qnota of men under the last call with volunteers. While the crowd was collecting the Crescent City Band, under the leader ship of Mr. Baker, played several of their most charming selections, and put every body in the most excellent humor, while arousing their patriotism. The house was called to order by Mr. Bisch, who moved that Samuel Archer, Esq., be appointed President of the meet ing, which was unanimously agreed to. On motion Victor Bisch was then ap pointed Secretary. On motion a committee of five was appointed to draft resolutions, expressive of the opinion of the meeting as to the i propriety of the Board of County Com missioners making an appropriation for the relief of soldiers families who may volunteer. CoL James G. Jones, Capt lieavis and Messrs. F. M. Thayer, A. T. Whittlesey and Emil BisehofT, were appointed said committee. While the committee were out prepar ing their resolutions, Gen. James E. Blythe was called out and addressed th crowd in his usual able and eloquent manner. His remarks elicited hearty responses. At the conclusion of his speech, the committee reported the following pream ble and resolutions, which were unani- mously adopted: Whereas, It is right and proper that p nnhli treunro e si. onA the public treasure of the State and County howld W dCToted to tKc salva tion of the Government, by suppressing the unnatural and wicked rebellion, in which this nation has been plunged ; and Whereas, It is nothing but justice that the taxes paid by the people should be used in part for the benefit aud comfort of the families of those who go to fi"ht thebatllesot the count; h;ieforr. utsoivea, Anai mis tnet r, i j T i . . i - ' on to! dr shall un be tamihes of tlie wno have families de pendent upon them for snpport Resolved, I hat a committee of , i , , ..-, .1- . psrsiins W anpnutei b this metinir to present tb foregoing Ut-Mituion to the ' tL-.i ,.r ilL J: ... i , , . 1 " -..'.si in inn caiicu meeting to assemble on Tuesday nest and to insist that the demands ofthe people 6hall Ik- respected. Upon the adoption of the resolutions, A. T. Whittlesey, Esq , was railed upon and made an earnest appeal to those present to stand by the Government, to prove true to the old fla;r, and to uphold the army. At the conclusion of his address, it was moved that the committee to wait upon the Board of Cammissioner be com posed of 32 persons, who were designated by the Chairman aa follows: bamael Orr, W m. Heiiman, VV m. a. . . . . . T Walker, Chris. Heddericb, Cbaa. Viele, Besotted That this uit etu o- ne A S " en team mat, tne guerrillas wno captured """ v"rfH' w ""!", ro "J cuaties i)nk, jiHuitcu, i"is mt-etllig callt. up- , pi11t:innn.t mi Tiioa,1 1,. ;..r.- j , , .leceaSHl. its to ill mon- full v ante-ar l. mImmmS iwoi oi vi in ii iv t oinmi-iSlolH-rS ' I ., ,l , u r i 1 . . ' -""S"- ; the v ill of said Hunli, rm.n e.l m the K.iord of 'make an appropriation of one hnn- 1 tiTl? - use of in the late raid, assert that he is to be Wilis of said county, am) descr i follow: 1. :. ... .. i- - - - - -.w , , i ii- uaui in- i , 11 ei m iniersiiTi ni pin mop n I ntiiri'ac . . . - ... - - -.- j j-.n-ei, I,, , i . ' ' oiTiinj iiv'inri' ue ne o as a nostae lor l ink m m ..,,.-.. t i u ed dollars lr each volunteer who i .e. -.. J .1 . ,. i . J' y lui iim. convey -d bv liharies Oault tn 1:. :: ;. n..r- enter the service .from this coun v . Vl V- Prn 1 Vr. U Antlrews, Mate Senator, and j gau and Th'onasiffonl. King oftheweat der the present eii. ti e; Mii.l sum to , un.gR sun neiu Irving Anderson, seventv year, old, were i '; ; ffS'ii.KSS paid in quarterlr inttuli meats to the ZTZ " 'Z" u c T v-, !non the rebels had TbMr'ai. .w,n..v. iSX7" ' ' " Wm. E Hr.HinBworth, Jon Shntiklin. ' James E. Bljthe, George B. Walker, ! Mr. Blount, Jo? '.' P. Elliott, William Brown, SaraL Atcber, Chairman; A. T Whittlesey, II. Q. Wheeler, Geo. llath l.one, Wm. Baker, Wm. Lowenthal, Ab. irtimliprfs. A ArisnnfLpr Tama TCpen. John S. Hopkins. Wm. French. John A. Rcitz, Richard Raleigh, Thos. E Garvin j Dr. J. P. DeBruler. JLathew Muikau- j sen. Thos. Kerth, Geo. Wolflin, John F. , m c j r- i tt e. i a .u Glovcr, Fred. Cook, Henry StockQeth. On motion of Mr. French, the commit- tee were requested to meet at the Kooms ; serters, ana tne iialinice reported votuu of the Library Association, corner Main j tarily. asm I and First streets, to wait in a body upon the Commissioners to present the reso lutions adopted as above. Mr. Orr, in response to this motion, made a little speech, which created great enthusiasm. He said he not only hear tily indorsed the resolutions winch had been adopted, but he was willing to go a little farther, and as a member of the committee of 32 was willing to pledge himself to give $100 to the first ten men who volunteered that night, as a little spending money. Other members of the committee in dorsed this proposition, and at the sug gestion of Mr. A. T. Whittlesey, the prop osition was to apply to the first 10 volun teers under the present call, notwith standing they may not enlist to-night. In the meantime, while these expres sions of opinion and sentiment wore passing, a young man stepped into the WfVvrm O;no,l hi no mo t PH,,t Wil- I r 1 "'o" " " ' r- - J- liamsrm'a rll 1 ' . was greeted with three rousing cheers. 1 Willi t iroo ITilNinir f. ICM Shortly afterwards three other TOQllg men came forward and were sworn in by Major Monk. They, too, .vere greeted with hearty applanse. Remarks were also made by Cqtyne Jones, Capt. Reavis and Major Monk the latter speaking in German as well as in'English. These speeches all (ended to increase the goed feeling. About 10 o'clock the meeting adjourn ed to meet at the Old Brewery, in La masco, on Tuesday eveniug where Brig. Gen. Mansfield, will speak in German. The Steubexville Bridge. The new railroad bridge to be erected over the Ohio river at Steubenville will be entire lyibniit of iron, thns makiog it one of the most substantial of the kind in the coun try. It will consist of eight spans four of 225 fet r, f- ;. e of 210 feet, and one 820 feet, making a total length of 1390 feet The channel span, which is the longest, will have ah elevation of 90 feet above the water. The width of the bridge from edge to edge will be 16 feet 6 inches, whilst the height from the ma sonry to the top will be 28 feet It is es timated that the weight of the bridge will be one ton and a half per foot, making an aggregate weight of 2835 tons, or 5, G70.000 pounds. Tha work of erection will be commenced about the last of this month, and it is expected that the first span will be completed during the pres cut season. Killed. In charging through the town of Mt. Pleasant on Monday last, a noted and notorious guerrilla named Ed ward Smith, refusing with an oath to halt when commanded to do so, was shot through the heart and died instantly. This Smith was from Chicago, Illinois, :ire m mgn standing, reside. Before the rebellion broke out he was engaged in Railroad business here, and being a " Northern man," received passes on several occasions from General Xegley ostensibly to visit his home, but really to aid in the release and escape of pris oners at Camp Douglas, he being suppli ed with necessary funds by their friends J'ere. By this means he let loose upon community some of the worst men that ever infested the country, while he him self joined with the murderous gang in whose companionship he fell a victim to retributive justice. lie was a very bad man, and taken si ddenly before his Maker, has to render an account for the murder and hanging of Union citizens and negroes, many of whom have fallen by his own hands. The citizens of Mt. Pleasant had him interred on Friday morning last Columbia (Tenn.) Sen tinel. Large Load of Cotton. The New Orleans Era of the 22d, says: R;er arrived from Natcnez yesterday, with 4,901 bales of cotton. This would be thought a big load for a steamer, even in the palmiest days of New Or leans, as but few steamboats ever com ing here could carry so much. The John Simonds and Magnolia, with per haps another large boat or two, have brought, at long intervals, cargoes con siderably exceeding 5,000 bales; but a load of 4,500 bales has always been thought large. The value of the load brought by the Empress, at the present price of cotton, exceeds, by far, that of any cargo of any kind of produce ever before brought to or taken from New Orleans by any craft whatever, and would realize, at New York, according to the latest quotations, nearly two mil lions of dollars. A few more such arri vals, however, will be likely to depress tne market. Ve lea Pftrn rm rrnrwt mthn. 1 " - 6-"" 1 itv, and have before stated the fact, that there is a large amount of cotton await- !JS ?'uPment from Mississippi, and that " w1'1 be brought forward as soon as possible. Le it come. We hope Capt. Rider and his splendid steamboat may be enabled soon to make another trip, with results equally satisfactory to the owners of the steamer, and to the com- mercial community. . R,0,rJ: . , R0NT The Nashville Jis- oa. r cuniriani noon Lhattanoojra and then upon Hunk er, who occupied a position below the lIlUUUKlill. IJUI V. lilllllll 111 (!lllll liiSIIIII r all V i ..-.i j . . 1 T "TT ' "V t let a' W numnera pi the ii.halmauts of t . r-... i .i s 'clioti, heeattse of the extraordinary i scarniy Ol the necessaries ot lite, lhey i ur threatened with actual starvation if tbey staj there." Narrow Kscape. Several men were engaged a few days ao digging potatoes for Liaituire v. i. i ritcnett, opposite thi city. One of the men, not liking the hoe he was using, stood it upon the 2rounl iust where he hsui neon nt nrtfl i and started off for the rmrnose of pttinii ; pj,e better adapted for that use. He had DO! but a lew steps, whi?r, a bullet tr rn'i in the hiind.s ot some one ot" the ni struck th.. Persons should he more ! - ca.et'u i.u. y handle fire-arms look j well beior- shoot. Vin. Sun. . : . I. . : . i . i , i f . . - . ' - i I ? " -- . " iikhhi tiiiu litis w.in in cm on tne liiaren Aim snouitt .-.un ii in - not sell uu a XCWS Itms. On Wednesday last, a U. S Detective arrested, in a saloon -in Indianapolis, a ueserier ironi v..o. i, oa-i uimcui uui ana -woluutr-ers, hawed Juiius E-..--x. This is the second time he baa been ar rested for the same oflVncf Bartholomew countx. rlf. i.! from Bartholomew count,. ; Since the 15th of October the Provost Marshal furnished transportation to four hundred and twealy-two soldiers belong- .u c j u 4 1Ug to regimenU in thefieid, one hundred , mid one of whom were arrested as de- i I Three hundred and twenty-two re cruits for the old regiments in the field were forwarded to their regiments during October, by Capt. Farquhar, U. S. Re cruiting and disbursing officer at Indian apolis. The Journal of that city learns from hini that recruiting is ulso pro gressing e:y rapidly for the new regi ments. Fifty-four marriage licenses were issued by the Clerk of Marion county during the month of October, showing a commendable degree of energy on the part of t! men of that county, and much sem '"ility on the part of the young ladies. The farmers of Marion county, Indi ana, have warned hunters that they will prosecute all those found trespassing on their premises. The great loss of prop erty, such as hay stacks, teuces, sc., i . f trotit tile carelessness or waulotmf-ss ol MioTiMllPTI ,'iiil5 n . j i.,..- i.iu i' lilt' 111 i Lir ..1,.&... surili..UK, - , ... ti l- Hon siaughterino; in Indianapolis com- e e" meneed on Thursday last. Messrs. B. Collin & Co., are the principal packers. They have about 2,000 hogs in pens, and will slaughter from 800 to 1,000 daily. The Latest Rebel Dodue. The Rich mond correspondent of tho Charleston Mercury says: li Here is the latest 'skeam' for mak ing money. Invest $30,000 in cotton bontls. Sell them in Europe, for 20 or 30 cents on the dollar, as the case may be. Return here with your (6,000 or $9,000 sterling exchange, and sell at 1400 per cent, and pocket your $84,000 or $126,000. Repeat the operation ad libitum." Loss of the Schooxer Maxhassett. We learn that the schooner Manhassett, Capt Rider, which left this port for the Sabine, was driven ashore in a southeast gale on the Texas coast. The vessel is supposed to be a total losa Capt Rider aud crew were taken prisoners by the rebels. N. O. Era, 22d ull. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BY THE . W. LIXB. Exclusively for the JournaJ;. From New York. More Street Railroads Klagara wait ing a Crew Liberal Appropriation for Bounties. New York, Nov. 7. The Tribune says the Ilarlam Railroad Company, at a special session last night, resolved to double-track their road to Albany, at a cost of $4,200,000. The earnings to be taken, and $200,000 to be derived from the sale of new stock. No stock is to be sold until the second track is laid to White Plains. The stock is to be of- public- advertisement . Enough stock will be retained to lay their track to the Battery. A special from Washington says tho U. S. frigate Niagara, is still lying in Gloucester harbor, not having as yet been enabled to obtain sufficient comple ment of seamen to proceed to sea. The town council of Gloucester, Mass., appropriated $30,000 to be paid in bounties to seamen, who shall enlist on the Niagara, the Navy Department having no authority to offer bounties for enlistments in tho Navy. The Herald has the following: Army of the Potomac, Nov. G. The guerrillas are here, there, and everywhere. Among their most recent victims are Lieut Hedges, Commissary of Kilpatrick's division, who was shot yesterday between Stephens' Church and Auburn, on or near Warrenton or Cat lett's Station. His wound is severe. Adjutant Brooks, 7th Wisconsin In fantry, v?as captured yesterday within our lines, and a cavalry Quartermaster killed by the guerrillas near Warrenton Junction. Quite a panic exists among sutlers who took goods up to the front yesterday by railroad, in violation of the orders prohibiting goods in the army. Many of them were arrested, their tents closed and such of their goods, as not ordered by officers, were confiscated. Two hundred and twenty-seven cars came up from Alexandria yesterday with supplies. From Burnside. Washington, Nov. 6. The expedition of Gen. Burnside's army to the eastern corner of Tennessee appears to have been completed. The people are report ed as exhibiting the most satisfactory signs of loyalty. Gen. Burnstde is again on the march, - j: .r -li ! wuul ulrea,u" wul soon appear. From Cairo. Latest Arrival from New Orleans More about the Mayneld Raid. Cairo, Nov. G. The Hospital steamer McDougal has arrived from New Or- j leans 27th. Among her passengers are Surgeon General Hammond, en route, and about 10) discharged and furloughed I soldiers from Banks' command. . ; r rom citizens or .viavneiu. ivv., we ami usca meui in nor.ung L'tnon nu n, and when caught murdered them. liightcen thousand dollars wen- taken from the stores. The train was thrown oil' the track, tired into, and the passen gers robbed of vaiuables. 1 1 - t .- WT The rebels were commanded bv Faulk er and Xewson. " From Washington. Army tiolnsf Into Winter Ctnarters It la ou Uie Move. Special to the World. Vnmvp.Tnv Nnr fi Thp Amur nf . ' ' ' . , ' j the Potomac is at last on the move, and in a direction which indicates the aban- lonment of the Warrenton route to Rich- mond, and winter quarters are probably in view. The nresRnt. mnvumunt mv ho a step in the direction of a quiet abiding i nlftce Inr trnnna whom il,a v.lAn c u I e- " I " " . LI 1 1, UIOB n 111 lilt- approaching season mav be foiled bv W I i huts instead of tents. ! From Omc-nnnti A Rebel Regiment Aunlhilaied Ar kansas Advices A rkansaus Vol uiitt cring Rapidly. Cincinnati, Nov 7. A Knoxville dis- : natch to the Commercial savs a rebel ZeenZZ regiment crossed the Little Tonne (0 Adams with a loss of fifty killed and drowned, and forty captured, including ou,r officers. -r- r Arkansas advices represent Arkadel- recently Price.s headquarters, in possession of Gen. Steele. Over seven hundred volucteer.s, from Yell county, Arkansas, reported to Gen. Steele for duty. Two infantry regiments are being raised at Batesville. From Baltimore. Collisiou on I5kt Citesapeake One Steamer Damaged and auoiner SnnU. Baltimore, Nov. 6. Last night in Chesapeake Bay, off the mouth of the Potomac, the steamer Louisiana, from Fortress Monroe, collided with a three masted propeller, supposed to be the Cur lew, from New York for Baltimore. The Louisiana was badly damaged. The Curlew is supposed to be sunk, as she quickly disappeared. It was blowing quite a gale at the time. F:om Fortress iuonroe. 3ew from Klclimond Hebei .Sol diers Starving. Fortress Monroe, Nov. 5. The mail boat this 010X111111. from.. Y'orktown. rrr.. uovvn Two Ofiicers, Alaj. Meusen, and Lieut. De Von Vlitsen, who had inaue their escape from Richmond. The i Major was captured last July in North (1 J ... -A . ,. I urn in:i. ftnil nshlflnM with thp .1011- tenant in the Libbv Prison. They made their escape a week ago last Sunday, by disguising themselves as rebels. They state that the rebel soldiers are dying of starvation, and were not allowed etmugh food in a week to support them a day; From Wa 2 hi ngt on . Washixoto.v, Nov. 6 Intelligence from the Army of the Potomac, doe.s not possess the interest anticipated. Gen. Stcadman of the Army of the Cumberland, just arrived here from Chattanooga, and reports every thing in the most satisfactory condition. The capture of Lookout Mountain in sures the permanent occupation of Chat tanooga against all the assaults of the enemy. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS! COMMISSI )N HOUSE. A. 8. HAYIIVBST. J. 1. wmTTAKEB HAYHURST & WHITTAKER, Produce and Commission 2(s:ezrcliaixts, No. 6 Water St., (next to R. Barues,) EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR Wlic-at, Oats, Beans, KInx Seed, Dried Fruit, Lard, Tallow, Beeswax GROCERIES. IRIS HI R1SH POTATOES FIVE Hl'NDHED BAR ELS choice white Nibhauic l'olatoef, on con signment, and for sale at NO. 82 MAIN STBEKT. RANBEREIES. Three barrels choice culti- Ky Tated Cranberries, for sab at NO. S2 M MX 8TKF.ET c 10AL OIL LAMPS. - 4S dozen aborted kinds tor sale at NO. M MAIN STREET. " I I JuIiiimu s Dana Wuflhinic Ma I. mm and w rins'Ts, just niceirei. Thi-a- machines are now in use in almost all t:ie IIo iitals, Convents, Ho tels, anil families r.nir.illv in th- lare cities and h ive been thorooKBjjr tester" and iu erarycass XUiVO flVh int!!;t(-lllMl. These machines not onlv savo tlure-lourths Un labor and soap, but garments' will last twice as loug when washed in them than tli-se that are washed on the common wash board Call and sen them at NO S2 MAIN STREET piCKLES AND SAUCES 5 dozeti I gallon gherkins. 1 1 Balled pickles. M assorted kinds. Caulliflower in mustard. 4 20 London Club Sauce. Auchoria " Miller's Epicuran Sauce. Greijs' Salad Sauce Kor sale at ELLIOTT'S F." MIL If GROCERY. 2 TKAS. 20 half chests clioics Green and Black Teas. Kor sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. 1ANNED FRUITS 20 dozen canned Peaches. 20 " " Blackberries. 40 - Tomatoes. 5 6 ,i pjue Apples. For sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. COA- AND LARD OIL. Coal and Lard Oil of the best quality, can he had at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY FLOUR SO barrels choice Family Flour; 200 sacks Double Extra Family Flour, for sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCER If . RAISINS, CURRANTS AND CITRON. 10 boxes choic layer Raisins; 2 casks Now Zante Currants ; MO lbs choice Genoa Citrou, for sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMIL i GROCERY. C1 1IOICE APPLES. 60 busUeU choice "green ' Apples, for sal.i at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. Notice to Heirs of Petition to Sell Real Estate. STATE OF INDIANA, lgs Vanderburgh county, j TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT HIRAM It NELSON, Administrator of the Estate of Abraham P. Hutchinson, deceased, has tiled his petition to sell the real estate of the decedent, his personal being insufficient to pay his debts; and that said petition will be heard iit the next term ofthe Court of Common Pleas of said county, Witness, Louis Ricbtxr, Clerk of said Court at Evansville, this "th day of November, A. D., 18C3. LOUIS BICHTEB, nov9 Clerk C. C. P. V. Co. Sheriff's Sale No. 164. VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE is 13 , sued out ofthe Office of the Clerk ofthe Court of Common Pleas of Vanderburgh county, Indiana, iu fitror of Joseph P. Elliott, and against Lncy '. Hord, and others, I will on MONDAY, November 30th, 18C3, Between the honrs of 10 o'clock a.m., and 4 o'clock p. a. of said day, at the door of the Court House in the City of Evansville, Indiana, offer Sir sale, at Public Auction, the Bents and 1'rolils for the term of seven yertrs of the following descriU-d Real Es tate, to-wit : One acre of land (im-re o- less), !-iag the same Hum snttii if lit to :iatisl ki.u i rl aod C.isla.l will at the iame time and psace, nBai lot ..ie the Fee Simple of said premise. OSAJHSK ni.i l.i , Mm riffV. O. Ait ii'., I'l'iU .tt'y. NE SOivGS. mmniltM H BBrlMK. i A "d luw OUR GOOD SHIP SAILS TO NlliHT MOTHKR I'M BLIND. JENN IK, MY LOVE. KISS ME UOOD-NIGUT MOTHER. WINNIE, DARLING, I'LL BE WAITING. AK IF I LOVE THEE. THE BANNER OF THE STABS. I'M LONELY TO-NIGHT. Theabovo songs are all new and good, and for I M,e at wareex a conyngton's, i novT No. 1 Main Street, Evansville TO TAILORS. Constant Work and Fair Wages. vr a a TiiT.nn n v btp i tw . 11 . 1 . .,.... v. .ii..,,.i ,1 IS . ITS ; on wto understand hi buninoss novr, iw JAMES EVISOX. Mt. Vernon, Ind. BOOTS AND SHOES. W. H WALKER. IlE C. K VANS. WALKER & EVANS BOOTS&SHOES No. 81 1UAA1M JJTi Evansville, Ind. WV devote our whol. ttaa nnd attention to Ihe Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively Ootuwqtuntfy can Rive you better bargains than thOKe whoare u tbibliliriK M in Boots and Shoes in connection vtlh other business. City n-Hfl Com v Orders par Car Cioods. taken at se5-ly W u 0 H a 6 a 0 t U 0 d p 0 i a m o n o m p s I M O i i o Eh n o o ri. M M c 0 EH CO O o - o a M F-l 0 V a c Q Eh M O w a EH M M o o Eh xn Eh 0 c3 c oS S Q 0 8 TURNER 6. mimi WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ilKALFRS IN BOOTS A NO SHOES, A XI) Hats & Caps, No. 15 Main Street, E V ANS V ILLE , . DIANA N E W BOOT & SHOE STORE. F. M. SELLMAN Has just received, at No. 35 MAIN STREET A large and carefully selected stock of BOOTS, SHOES. GAITERS, SLIPPERS, CHILDREN'S WEAR, 0F 7HK LATEST STYLES, WHICH HE IS selling a low as any house in the city. The public are invited to call and examine Goods and I rices before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants his goods to give satisfaction. No trouble to show geods. Mending done FBEE OF CHABGE, should they prematurely give way. , F. ii. SELLMAN, EvaruviHe, Sept. 15, 1863. 35 Main Street. " r Retail Dealers Exclusively In Mi 15 GROCERIES. I7ISH JJ 8 barrels No 1 Markerel ; ID half barrels No. 1 Mark-rel ; . 20 kitts No. I Mackerel; S barrels No. 2 Mackerel j K half barrels No 2 Macki r. I ; 80 kitts No. 2 Mack r-1 ; '25 boxes No. 1 Herring ; Just received at WM. CALDWELL'S, No. l First Street. Al't'ES- l(ld"Zeii rwptwr Sane- ; 10 pints Worch -Nt ir. Sauce ; 10 " halfpiDt 5 ' Oyster . . 80 " London 1 lili -slice ; " " John Bui " 1 " quarts T. Catsup; 4 " W:,:r ,lt 4gllon Tomato t'.nup; n.trrat.i .! surIor to any in the city. Ju; received at No. H FIRsIT STREET. nUSXETBS I 16 doaen Preserved ( 'herries; 6 ' M 6 " " 6 10 " 4 1 1. 10 " " .lust received at Blackberries ; Pears ; Ka'pberries ; Strawberries ; Quinces ; Peaches WM 1'lt.llWt.I.lN. No. 9 First Street. GROCERIES. pOVEBNMENT NOKTRERN PITCH -in bbls LT for sale by S. E. GILBERT A CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street . tLI- BUCKETS 5" dozen for sale by 8. E. GILBERT CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street. COTTON BATTJMO MImIs tirsalskw bv S. E. GILBERT CO., " No. 4 Sycamore Street. w HEELING NAILS 300 kegs of all tlte dif ferent sizes ; lor sale br S. K GILBERT &. OO., No. 4 Sycamore St. s 1 EfVEM 'Ji dezeu assorted for sale by E. GILBERT Jt CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street. ("10AL OIL 10 bbls. best refined white J sale by S. E. GILBERT & CO., for No. 4 Sycamore Street. t I ENUINK PINE TAB In X kegs; for sale by 10 and 2 gallon S. E. GILBEBT & Co., o. 4 Sycamore s. , et. CtORN BROOMS ISO d. l for sale by S. E. G n just rece, ;lbeiit i 4 Sycamere f I and l rest, fair to No. i "VTEW ORLEANS SUGAR 40 hhds. ; x prime for sals by E. GILBKBT CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street. SYEU PS low by 125 wholo and half barrels for sate S. E. GILBEBT & CO , No. 4 Sycamore Street. NOTICE TO FARMERS. rpHE HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR HIDES, FEATHERS, BEANS, CLOVER SEED, GRASS SEED, FURS, WOOL, DRIED FRUIT, FLAX SEED, BEESWAX, GINSING, And all kinds of Country Produce bv A. GUMBEBTS. Omrt At L. Loewenthal & Co 's Store, corner of Main and First Streets. nov5-3in HARDWARE. HARDWARE AT LOW PRICES. Axes, Lippincott's, and Taueyck's ; Whito's Axe Handles and Wedges ; Wood. Hand and Bipping Saws of Spear and Jackson, Diss t on's aud others ; Cross Cut Saws, patent ; common and K Q O Mill Saws, Rowland's, Ac. ; Butcher Files, Chisels and Razors ; TaM and Pocket Cutlery ; Shears and Scissora ; Ten and Talde Spoans -, Tea and Connter Scales ; Scale Beams; Butchet Knives and Saws; Wilson's Steels ; Clenvers and Choppers; Molasses Gates and Cfdar fiu cets ; Hay aud Straw Knives; Grain and Coal ShoveN; Shovels and S(,ade ; Chains Log, Traceand Halter ; lata bi a LJ tti timm sag - M M Nails; Selves and Rat Traps ; Brushes and Curry Comlm ; Door Locks, Hinges and Screws Chain Pumps ; Ohio Tool Co. Planei and TnifH Hoops ; Barton's Cooper Tools; Carpenter Tools ; Cahinat Hardware; Shovels, Tougs aud Stands; Steel Fire Sotts. e m O 3 s B For sale by JACOB STBA 1' B A SOX NOTICE. T K,IR" 0F J- MAGHSE A CO. n X tUMHTM the Ttl. or Septette. r la.it by he death of John H. Vac":.. . Tie- basibeM wiil ke -eftiH up My ti.,.ur ivii,-partner. NevemberS lSii; SEW ?iEK. IIXlKBl;t H Ave I, COXTIM K wlio'.-snii !..';.,, i i- - r5Mi;-; 1 th-- t;.leolU. MmeLv A Co., ut (Me nlrf oraaaon First twet, t;if.!,l!i MAQHEC X1CII i,.s M QpjaBUECT, XOVefliii: ,- -j, i 3, 'i-ti-t.i 1,-Tnrrri frn i ininwifaiiii ' NOTICE. To lh? Ladiws "f SyAisviUe and Vicinity "VI US. BOWL A Nil IS i'BKFAHKD TO U0 IwL all the latest styles of Cm broidery and Braid Stamping at her residence, jon Sseoad between Mnlliery hqi! Gum Street. Hep27-3m GROCERIES. lOTTOJI 1AUSS-25 BAGS MA YSVILLE 5li0' and fXW's ; for sale bT S. E. GILBEBT A CO., oc22 No. 4 Sycamore Street. j.;XTKA FLOUB 100 BBLS. ON C0NS1GN i i ment ; for sale at S. E. GILBERT A CO.. No. 4 Sycamore Street. s TAB CANDLES ion BOXES ! Vf sTTr' kt S. E. GILBEBT & CO . eaSS Fo. 4 Sycamore Street. "1INNAM0N 200 MATS FOR SALE LOWTO the trade bv S. K. GILBEBT ft CO.. oc22 No. 4 Sycamore Street. I7RESH FlG8-53&" just received by Irums 8. E. very choice quality GILBERT ft CO. ' L YONS COLUMN. 3D C P P ts 1 Z P 32 P P z o p o s 1 CD 32 P "P CD 2. m ' P Xl mi zt ST P s P- a- 32 P rt Pw p OS M z o p z z c 5 r 5 z z 1 35 5S r g ft 5 it z r. em- a-' Z z s ST 3s ore ft TO ft Zti Z ft TO ft ft ft TO TO ft P ft ft to ft TO z ft o Z ft ft TO e ft ft ft S z z ft ft TO ft z TO ft. z ft TO ft ft Z TO ft H z TO cr p z Zm 9 H ft Z ft &r S ft p ft ft ft P TO a P ft TO ft P gg Z SB 5' ft TO TO th p TO va Zi m rxr ft TO ft Z Gf 3 tr p TO hi ft ttl z p tWM z ft m TO z TO P TO ft ft ns p P z Z- & TO z p ft ft z TO Z z TO z 2 GOLD, S1L.VEK, Demand Notes, Rickett's and James' Checks, and all other nncurrent money bonght at the highest market value. LYON. SEWING IrlACHIlsES. iEOVR & BAKER Sewing Machines. The Best Machines in the Market. They other. have taken more Premiums than They make Lees Noise than any other. They Run Easier than any other. They are kept in Order Easier than atiT other They make Both Stitches The Single Lock or Sea alike both aide, or the Double Lock or Groverft Baker stitch. They Embroider. They .lo all kinds of Family Sewing. Tliey are sold on Better Terms than any other, viz : you can get either the SINGLE or DOCBLE 1-ock Stitch, with tho privilege of exchanging any time iu three nionthi. Call and see Machines aud Sample. W. H. TURNER, State Agent. Indianapolis, Indiana. tAn Ageut wanted for Evansville. nov3 TLTINEST. . if KM I iAS W. HEILMAM. & HEILMAN, CDity Foundry, . ?.nufacturers and Builders of Steam ErLnei and Boilers, Saw anrTGrU Mill Ma chinery, Tobacco Screws, Gumming Midlines, Chinese Sugar Cane Mills, IKRESHma MACBIHES, &e EVANSVILLK, INB. ; !IK PBOPBIF.TORS OF THECITT FOU1TD i ry liep have to inform their Honda and the nidic in general, that they are prepared to dll Kinds of Macuin! & Finishing Work And everything api'ertalniu? to the Foundry btu ucss. They an manufacturing Steam Engine ind Boilers of any site and pwer requited. Saw Mill Machinery and Mill Gearing of any e'y.e ; Dis i tilery aud Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws, 'lumnuui; Machines, Threshing Machines, Malt Mills. Horsepowers, Corn Shelters, Machinery of All kinds made and repaired ; Iron and Brass Caat nn? of tverj description. Iron House Fronts, Cel lar Grates, Jrc. Cooking and HuatingStores of the at est improvnd uatterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog Iron, Ac. Srewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c. npplied with every description of Copper and -hart IroH Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerator, Attemporators, Sparges, Stillheada and Worm tei ta n: i; roved principle. Columns for Alcohol Stills, XeM 'u.-", Cans, Syphons, Ac. ; Copper. Lead and ro. I'ipe ; Coppor, Brass and Iron Ptimp of every variety, for l'er. Spirits, Oil, &c. Bras Cock and Valves, Steam Whistle, Ac. Workmen aal to all parts to fit np work and do "ejiairs on St .uu Boiler-. Copper and Sheet Iron Work, Ac. Old Metals Bought. They are dealing in and selling Allen' lxnprev d Steam Gua-.'e. Wrought Iron Welded Pipe and Tabbing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smnt Ma--hinrs, Stephen Hughe' Flour Separators, German Boltig Clth, Gum Elastic Belting, Pj.:Hug, Uose, Ac, of the best kind ; Tinplate, Sheet Iron Block Tin. Pig Iro., Babit Metal, SpelUr, Fire Brick. They have every fncility of the beat KacVlnery and workmen, and will give all work entnued to them, their individual attention, filling order promptly, warranting their work, and are satisfi-d with reasonable piit.-s. Bari irSci nd Bah Rooms, Foundry, Boiler -yard Mai hine Shop on Pine etpeet, between Fiwt'and eoinl -.tii-ets, jCvansvitl. Ind. dec 7 DENTIST. . H A. .A. S , 1 V THANKFUL FOB THB t;e received during the put four Immanent resident of thi city, (whether tbey need his profes t ) to visit bis room and see the i a.t si;- i i.lvral pal ynsii's, tad !M?iiifc desiies all r- ioual service or V arious Style it work Mannfactnrtd Improvemezi s and Invent :orj s Are MnK lnade. and everything that will anbwrr the ii icreMa of his patient i aecured by him. HI Establishment and Faclliti s Are equal to any in K ASTERS CITIES. He has Several Ansesthetics roa Alleviating Pain when Extracting Teeth. 0 i.ln-cks that are sunken can be restored to nearly heir ori ginal contour. All desirable style of ABTIFICIAL TEETH, made anywhere in the United States, are made by him. Irregularities of Children's Teeth success- lully corrected. Those having DECAYED TEETH Should either bav. i hem Extracted or Filled, (the Ktter rf potefMi,.) The health of the parties and the remaining Teeth demand it. NEURALGIC AFFLICTIONS TBKATED. ALSO CLEFT PALATE Office on First St , Kear Post Office. TAKE NOTICE. ' I 'UK FOLLOWING ABTICLES REMAINING i on bands in the Adams Express Office at Ev ansville. which, if not called for before the first day of December next, will be sold on that da; at puldic auction to pay freight and charge : 1 pkg. J W Jarrett, Jarrettiville, Ind. 1 do, J S Johnson, Evansville. 1 do, J J K ri.--. do 1 do, Kate Kellans. Horganfield, Ky. 1 Ipx, D H Kennedy. Evansville. iiiags, ii l, nuiciKu, T.dk Patch, Ind. 1 do. M Kruetz, Evansville. 1 do, P Kloppar, do. il pkgs. Col B Kirs ham, Shawneetown, 111 1 pkg, J Lynn ft Co., Lynnville. Ind. 1 do, Samuel Listen, Evansville. 1 do, Andrew Laugmuester, Xvansville 1 do, Dr A Mayer A- Son, do 1 do, W Muck, do 1 bdl, Wm McClure, do. 1 keg, B Morris, do. 1 pkg, Mertius ft Kreuger, do. 1 (To, W T Mounts, do 1 bx, S U Men ton, Carnii, 111. 1 pkg, Mrs Martin dale, Newton, Jasper co Iod 1 bx, W P Morse, Evansville pkg, J W . Norton. Shawneetown, Ills 1 do, Mrs S B Neale, EvaniTille, Ind 1 C bag, "Owner" Mia V H Hunter, Evansville 1 pkg, P G O'Biley, 1 dc, Theo Plcicsh, 1 bdl. W Powers, ,. 1 bx, 2 seives, Jonathan Parker, Rockport, Ind 1 0 bag. A Heasman, Evansville, Ind 1 bdl, E Perigo, Boonville, Ind. 1 C bag, H Bichman, Evansville. i ikg. J w Spain, " 1 do, C Schowenna, 1 do, M S San, on, " do, J Snener, 1 machine cautlin Co , Evansville 1 pkg, J W Surmount, 1 bdl, Lucy E Simmons, 1 pkg, J B Stephenson, Caaeyrille, Ky. - 1 do, D 8 Anderson, Evansville. 1 gun, G W Asbcralt, ' 2 pkgs, D 8 Anderson, " 1 trunk, E Beckstein. " 1 pkg, Mr Brann. H 1 C bag, P D Bichman, " 1 bx, W S Brackett, Carlow, Ky. 1 pkg, G Bowman, Evansville.' 1 C Lag, Henry Baldwin, Evanaville. 1 ;ikg, 0 W Bradley, t do, M ary Brncr, . 1 do, W Bunt-. Santa Clans, Ind. lbx. Fielding Calvin, Caluoou, Ky., 42d Ind Regiment 1 pkg, Mayer ft Cofaa, Evansvills, Ind. 1 truuk, W Crass land, Shawneetown, Ind 1 pkg, S H Campbell, Oakland, Ind. 1 do, N J Oowner, Stewartsvillr. Ind. 1 do, Sarah Calemberger, Henderson, Ky. 1 do, M J Carroll, Evansville, Ind. 1 do, W U Dixon, Oakland, Ind. 1 do, Jno Dailey, Equality, Ills. 1 do, J Downend, Eldorado. Ills. 1 casting, J S Davis, Evansville. 1 package, M Demberger, Stewartarilltt, Ind 1 do, E J Dobell, Evansville, Ind 1 do, J Emerick, " 1 do, Graham ft Bro, Pbillipstown, Ind. 1 bx, S Goodman, Evansville. 1 do, Jaa Hopkins, Henderson, Ky. 1 Ig, Wm Haynes, Evansville, Ind. 1 Ull, F Herannl. 1 pkg, Henry Hohl, Santa Clacs, Ind. 1 do, J Henze. Evavsville, Ind. 1 casting, J MTndicutt, Evansville, Ind. I sack, Ph Inglebrandt, " 1 pkg. Journal Co., " 1 do, G Jang, " 1 do, J J Jarret, Jarrettsville, Iud. 1 do, O Thompton, Evansville. 1 do, W H Thcmpson, " 1 bx, Col. Von Traboa, " 1 pkg. W W Ware, Hopkinaville, Ky. 1 do. Thos Watson, Evansville, Ind. 2 do, C 8 Well. do 1 trunk, J H Wilson, do 1 package, Capt E T Wallace, Evansville, Ind. 1 do, J Wise, Henderson. 1 do, J P Wilson, Newbnrg, Ind. 1 do, W J Whiting, Oynthiana, Ind. 1 do, J K Weaser, Poseyrille, Ind. 1 do, P Zeuthofer, K i an -vi lie. 1 pair boot, no mark, Evansville novl CHAS. S. WESTZ, Agent. VARIETY STORE. PUSHEE'S No. 20 VAEIETY ST0RE Main Street. j 8 Till 1 Coin 9 ri.A. ri to JIM) FANCY GOODS. Bins ei. P.rf-Ler W.l:.,. r Tut .1. t a U " ' . H , ... -., . tc. ivniv-s, WaST Key l.iLir.l Bead-, Belt Clasp,, Coyrgle. S..etcles Tlier nionat.rs Ire,.,, liarp,, Po,, ,,..,, ,.. Knt. Ilea, Vurblj,. !.,,-men, Delia 4'or-et ."'las.e,. .Meel Pens, Penciiis, Games. Bun er Ball. ToiUt Boaa. Jewelry, Violin Strings. Wrk Box ;:.r.', Fiather Hum . r-. Bird Caee. Cluldrei s' CarrLs.-rs. I-uii.-!' . . . Traveling B.ieli. m, kr . ,Vc, a- wh..i-ale and' re- tail. arpzl BAKERY L13 ANK' S COuECTJOfSJERY AXD FAN. Y CA aE BAKERY, Second Street, Kear Main, Evansville, Ind. TM1E CXDEKSICNED INFORMS THE CITI ZKNS of tvaasviile that he has aecured the rvi . of a Fancy Workman from New York and is now prepared to make to order all kind. r Fancy Cakes, Pyramids. Jellies, Blanc Manaea and Ice Crcani of all Flavors and shapes. Weddings and Parties Supplied with Cake of the beat material and In New York Style, on the ahorteat notice. Wed ding Cakes handsomely decorated oc21":w ' G. AD ANK.