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FLATBOAT FOB SALE. THE FLATBAT known as ta 014 Dick No. 1, no lying on the bank between the residences of B. Barnes an-l W. Preston ia offered for Mile ch-sap. For Irr enquire at t-a boat. nor O-'t Fi OR SALE LOTS 15 AND 16, BLOCK f.l, the Eastern Enlargement of the city of Evansville, at a bargain. Enquire of noT3tf ASA IGLEHEABT. FOB SALE THE BACK PABT OF LOT NO 130, Old Plan of the City of Evansville, on the corner of the alley extending from Main to Sycamore and from Second to Third atreets, front ing 70 feet on the former and 25 feet on the latter, being in the center of the aqaare on which the Watni.igton House ia built. For term apply to Doritf ASA 1GLEHEABT. 17kR SALE A TWO STOBY BRICK DWEL LINO, containing nine rooms, a good celler, and cittern, and out-buildings, together with the lot on which it is situated. Said lot is situated on Second Street, the next square above Mr. B. Ba'eigh's 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 A8A IGLEHEABT. norxtf 'PHIS FA KM IS LOCATED ONE MILE X from Golconda, Pope County, Illinois', is in high state of cultivation, with one of the finest views of the Ohio river of any on its banks. It contains about one hundred and forty acres ; good dwelling and out-houses; a fine Peach and Apple Orchard, all Grafted choice fruit of about 1,000 Tree, acd Nurse rv of7,00O or 8,000 Trees, all flae Grafted Fruit. Will be told at a great bar gain or exchanged for city property. For fall particulars enquire of W. E. Stockton, on the premises, or Zach. Taylor of this city. oc2T-4w FOR LEASE. FOB LEASE FOB A TEBM OF TWENTY Years, an unimproved lot, between Fourth Street and the Caoal, fronting 25 feet on Main S 1 1 and extending back 150 feet to the alley, 50 feet soath of the Canal, being part of Lot No. 230, Donation Enlargement of tne city of Evansville. Fur terms apply to nov2tf MBS. O. E. LEWIS. WANTS. and convenien tly arranged, situated above Main Street and south of the Canal. For purchaser eu qulre at this efflce. no7-lw CASH. TsOABDING A GENTLEMAN AND HIS Sj Wife can be accommodated with a pleasant front room, either furnished or unfurnished. Also, a few single gentlemen. Apply at the cor ner of Sixth and Vine Streets. P. McKAY. nov7 WANTED A SCHOOL TEACHEB TO TAKE a School in Henderson county, Ky. En quire of E. F. Bandolph, at his residence, - :. miles below the city of Henderson. nov5-lw ANTED. A few hundred dollars of "Kick et't Checks " wanted to fill an order, at the Saving's Bank, No. 4. First street. oct3n WEDNESDAY. .NOVEMBER 11 Editor. Associate. THAYER, SILVERTHORN, J. Soldiers' Families. On our first page we publish an account of the way in which the patriotic citizens of Princeton relieve the necessities of soldiers' fami lies. Such accounts as that furnished by Mr. Risinger, are heart-cheering, and place the patriotism and generosity of the American people high above any ex amples either in ancient or modern his tory. Even the rebel newspapers fail to eontain instances of like generosity, when, if their statements are to be cred ited, there is far more need of it with them than with us. The rebels may read the determination of the loyal peo ple of the free States to conquer a peace, with the territory of the United States undivided, more distinctly in these en thusiastic efforts of the people at home in providing for the relief of soldiers' families, than in the number and gal lantry of our armies in the field. The success of an army generally depends on its reserves, and when our armies remem ber that the whole loyal population con stitute their reserves a population that will keen Open th'.-ir communications, and - 1 mBi mcfsBrg vka wiuiUOllllX We trust the citizens of Vanderburgh county will not suffer themselves to be outdone in. this noble labor of love by the citizens of a sister county North. We hope the farmers will make extra exer tions to bring in a large lot of fuel. We should convince those who are thinking of volunteering, that they need have no fears as to the comfort of their families, in ease they go. Our ladies are taking hold of this mat ter with their usual energy, and will con tribute their share towards the general result. Our merchants or most of them have been exceedingly liberal in providing; for the comfort of sick and wounded soldiers. Now it is the farm ers' time, and we are sanguine their lib erality will not be shamed when con trasted with what others have done and are doing. -rt- rosEY County. We learn that the efforts of the loyal citizens of Posey to ! raise their quota of troops with volun- ! teers are likely to be crowned with com- j plete success. A company of cavalry is well under headway, and will soon be j ready to go into camp. The farmers are : forming associations to gather the crops, I and provide winter fuel for those who j volunteer, and this difficulty disposed of many are enlisting. Posey county has always been prompt. She has furnished some of the best officers and most eaf- ' lant champions in the service. She has a name to preserve, and judging from what we hear, there will be no draft in Posey. Quick Work. Nancy Miller, alias White, who wa3 arrested in Newport, Ky., last week on the charge of aiding slaves to escape, was tried in the Grant Circuit Court, at Williamstown, on Tues day, convicted, and sentenced to six years imprisonment in the Penitentiarv. Thus in two weeks from the time she committed the offense she will be in the State Prison. Kew Albany Ledger. Yes! it is always " quick work" when a woman is to be punished for aiding a human being to the God-given boon of freedom, but if some lazy negro thief steal a freeman and sells him into bond age we hear of no quick work in pun ishing him. When it becomes as heinous a crime in the eyes of the slave driver to steal a free negro as it is to assist a slave, we may expect some quick work on the other side. r? .nesota following the politi cal fashion of these reelected her In,0nw.nandlriate8 last Tuesday. Ste DQen Miller. Lninn r-n,i;,i.... 1 .' .UQ, 1UF ,TOV. ernor, receives a majority of not lca. ' uiaii ji,vw, iiiuunun more. 1 llH nitv V. r. w. UU 1 1. 1 .. . rr,. obablv more Thu of St Paul goes Union by 500 majority, and that county (Ramsey) gives 225 Union majority, which is a gain of about one thousand over last year. Illinois. This gallant State has just given the Union cause a majority of from 25,000 to 30,000 in her county elec tions. The ga:r.3 in some of the coun ties in Egypt have fairly confounded the natives. What will she be when her brave soldiers return? The Nashville Press of Monday is credibly informed that, on Monday night a body of some twenty guerrillas, the most of them known to be rebel citi zens, entered the town of Manchester, Tennessee, and robbed the citizens and stores of the place. Among the princi pal sufferers was Mr. A. F. Prentiss, a merchant of the town. They robbed him of all the money about his person, took all his clothes, and stole five hundred dollars' worth of goods from his store. The next day Gen. Williams sent, from lallahoma, a detachment ot men in search of the marauders. None of the robbers were caught, but our Soldiers succeeded in capturing some of the horses and arms belonging to them. Snmf nf the stnlnn nronertv was also re- ' l 1 J covered. Band3 of ..ku.. ... c;a . ! I uuurk a ' v cuiu v be continually prowling around Coffee and the adjoining counties. Missouri Election. The Missouri Democrat of yesterday says: We revise our tables this morning, altering some of the majorities and giv ing some additional returns. On the home vote it will be seen the Radical totals are advanced to 21,783, and the Conservative totals to 27,552, leaving a majority on the home vote for the Bates ticket of 5,769. This is almost wiped out by the additional returns of the sol dier vote, the total of which as far as heard from stands Radical 4,115, Con- j servative 286. These figures reduce the further returns ot tne home vote may ; increase the majority of the Bates ticket ' a few hundred. Butfurther returns from j the soldiers' vote will undoubtedly "ive the Glover ticket several thousand addi- I lional majority. Our Pilot Knob corres ; pondent mentions the vote of the M;l Cavalry M. S. M., (a full regiment,) as ! ill Radical but fourteen. There are five Or six full regiments of Missouri troops at Little Rock, including Merrill's Horse j and Glover's Cavalry, whose votes are j daily expected. These will go nine- j tenths Radical. All in all, we think the returns, more ! strongly than ever, indicate not only the success of our State ticket, but its tri umph by a sweeping and glorious ma jority. Desekteks Abrested. The Wabash Express of Saturday, says: "A party of three of our boys went up r ear Rosed ale, Parke county, Thursday night, for the purpose of arresting desert ers. Arriving in the neighborhood, they learned that one of the men they were in search of, James T. Montgomery, of the 43d Indiana. Was lo be married that even ing. Whip in band, and representing themselves as cattle buyers, they went to the house and joined in the fes tivities. After a while the boys went out, waited until the company had dis perced, and about fifteen minutes after the bridal party had retired, made a de scent on them, and took the groom in charge. Wilson Parkhurst and William Farris, both of the 85th, were also arrest ed, and the trio brought to town yester day. They will be sent to their regi ments this morning. JffiThe New Albany Ledger of Tues day says: By direction of Brig. Gen. J. T. Boyle, commanding district of Ken tucky, all the corn that has been pur chased by distillers in the counties on the line of the Kentucky Central Rail road, has been taken possession of for the use of the United States Govern ment, and will be turned over to Capt F. W. Oakley, assistant-quartermaster, at Paris, Ky., for immediate shipment to fl is said the necessities of 'the service require that this corn be taken, for which a fair market price will bp paid as far as practicable, the contract price of the distillers. This order, it is said, will soon be made to apply to the entire State of Kentucky. B Three hundred prisoners arrivtd in this city a short time since, amongst whom were five of the romantic youn.r ladies who recentlv rl i-ror?iYiiH (e,M J 'i i i will anesville, Ohio, to share the perils and hardships of our soldiers on the battle field. They were dh .covered immediate ly upon arriving in this place, and sent back to Camp Chase, from whence they have doubtless been sent to their parents. They were young, intelligent and pretty, but already lost to all sense of virtue and conduct becoming ladies. Lou. Jour. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BY THE K. a W. LINE. Exclusively for the Journal. Operations in Virginia. Ge-a. Meade pushing forward Rebels Retreat across the Rapldan Cul nepper and Fredericksburg held by our Troops Rebels supposed to be retreating towards Richmond They were compelled to seek Com fortable Winter Quarters. Washington-, Nov. 9. The New York specials say there was no considerable opposition offered yesterday to the on ward march of the Army of the Potomac, the rebels having rapidly fallen back, and placed the Rapidan between them and the advancing columns. A brigade of Buford's cavalrv encoun tered a brigade of rebel cavalry'at Water loo Bridge yesterday, and after a short fight drove them across the river. Hav ing orders to proceed in another direc tion, pursuit was not followed up. Last night Buford's cavalry occupied Culpepper, and the main body of the ar my was in fhe vicinity of Brandy Station. To-day our advance pushed on, and is at , Kapidun. 1 he enemy is on the south side, in their old entrenchments. Our forces are rapidly advancing upon the ! different fords of the Rapidan I If any determined resistance is to be made, it will probably be in disputing the passage of the river. In the mean while a reported movement is being , made by another column in a more ' southerly direction, and reports of Kil patrick's being in possession of the i heights back of Fredericksburg are reit erated. It is furthermore stated that Lee is . not with the force in front of Meade, but A. P. Hill and Ewell are in command. Lee is reported to have gone to Chat tanooga. Prisoners taken make the usual brags of how Meade will be whip- ! : ped, and give out mysterious hints as j to his being drawn into a trap. The rebels confirm the reported desti tution of their army, and the North Caro- ,. .. . .. . trooPs capturea aeciare tnat tliey wlLL.not "gain take up arms. the North Carolina and the Louisiana iigers had a hght in the cars on their way to town on this tonic the former DOIUly saying they were he.irtilv B,.r f tne war, changed. - j . . j " , not WIsn be ex iue latter nalloel i 1 troons, and at length the two parties WHIM to blows. rivate letter from an inmate of L i' 0n, dated Octoher l.th '' n prisoners receive no meat, ft be.. 0 i. ie,3Si0ie for (he rebels, who ! were star", n. themselves, to supply it Already another bread riot, of which the j papers make no mention, has occurre I. The real cause of the scarcity of !od is the entire worthles3nes of the rebel cur rent The farmers have strain and cat tle to sell, but not to give way for paper rags, or put within the iron grasp of vhe rebel government, if they can help it. The Herald has the following: Brandy Station, Nov. 9. The 3d armv corps, after the brilliant action of Saturd iy at Kelly s rord, en camped on the south side of the river, resting till daylight yesterday morning, when it took the lead in pursuit of t'ne rebels, followed by the 2d and 1st corps in order. About noon they came upon I a strong force of cavalry and light artil- lery posted in a line on a hill near the j railroad, two miles east of Brandy Sta- j i v r- tion. The 6a division, unaer uen. varr, were in the advance, and Col. Jeffreys' immediately onened unon and annn drove them from their position. ..... .... , r n j Thin division, with its artillery, touoweu them leisurely, inflicting severe punish ment upon them as they retreated up the railroad to a point two miles beyond Brandy. The fighting continued till af ter dark. The casualties on our side are very light, not exceeding seven or eight wounded. While this was going on the other corps were scouring the countrv up the river and towards Ste phensburg. but could find only occasional stragglers -om the retreating army, which had evidently left its well prepared winter qn; ers only a few hours previ ously. W. !ml the whole country gone over" so far tilled with camps, many of them with commodious log tents. Pris oners and rebel surgeons left in charge -i of their wounded at the church at Kel ly's Ford agree in the statements that thR-.r(v. :E.iuU flyarqtaliwivoXwiwtex: mile north of Brandy Station. The army is in fine condition, and the soldiers art anxious to push on to a gen eral engagement. Army Potomac, Nov. 9. Gen. Gregg's cavalry division had a smart skirmish with the enemy, but the details are hot known. The results were satisfactory to us and disastrous to the rebels. There has been, this evening, a suffi cient fall of snow to whiten the ground. From Washington. Gossip and Speculation "Big thing" contemplated. Washington, Nov. 9. The streets are full of rumors in regard to what Gen. Meade intends to accomplish in this campaign, most of which are mere sur mises. There is no doubt, however, this is an earnest movement, having a defi nite and important object, which will, in connection with other movements of the Union army, go far towards establishing the fact that the rebellion is essentially played out, and so reduced in its territo rial limits as to deprive it of all pretense, of imjiortance and respectability. A short time now will fully develope the plan of the grand campaign just being inaugu rated. A New Movement. An Kxpedltlon going np the Penin sulaFurther News from Meade. Special to the World Washington, Not. 9. It is hinted a considerable Union force has started, or is about to start np the Peninsula to wards Richmond. It is stated that the artillery roads constructed under the or ders of McClellan are in superb condi tion, and will greatly facilitate a move ment against the enemy. The entire army crossed the Rappahannock vester day without any incident of importance. It is stated the rebels seem to be mov ing towards the Rapidan, as yet taking no position for defense. Our troops command all the roads ap- i.l- .-j , s .trom 1 lip Special to the Times LATER. Officers from the front say Culpepper is occupied by our troops, and our cav alry had reconnoitered as far as the Rapi dan without meeting the rebels, in con siderable force. The impression among military men ia that Lee's entire force is in full retreat to Richmond, and will make no effort to retard our advance this side of the fortifications of that citv. Latest dispatches to-night from the front says heavy cavalry skirmishing was going on all the afternoon southwest of Culpepper toward Madison Court House. The only rebel force this side the Rapi dan is Stuart's cavalry, who are covering the rebel retreat. From St. Louis. Election Returns A Fight at delphla Rebels Defeated. Arka- St. Louis, Nov. 10. Seventy -four counties give the Conservative ticket 5,000 majority on the home vote. The soldiers' vote, so far as heard from, reduces this majority to about 1,900, and there is but little doubt that the full returns will show a Radical m. jority of near 5,000. Arkansas advices say that CoL Cald well with 700 cavalry entered Arkadel- phia, on the 28th ultimo., and found the rear-guard of Price's armv iust leavino- town. Our forces attacked, routed them, and captured a large number of neoToesi and several hundred prisoners. Cald well then destroyed a large powder mill. From Cairo. Cairo, Nov. 9. The steamer Swan ar rived from Memphis with 470 bales of cotton for Cincinnati and 33 for Louis ville. News anticipated. At a Union meeting held at Little Rock on the 31st nit, resolutions were passed expressive of a cordial support ihu luyaiiy to tne u niiea states, pledfino their utmost effortsto suppress the re bellion, and to restore the supremacy of the Government. A number of spirited, loyal addresses were delivered, and a committe appoint ed to draft a constitution and by-laws for a Central Union Club. Recruiting for Juarez not Allowa bleGrant to Control all tlic Move ment or the army East, and West Jeff. Davit at Charleston. Special to the World. Washington, November 10. Secre tary Seward, in answer to a request ask ing permission to raise men for the ser vice of the Juarez Mexican Government, says such permission cannot be given, and any one engaging in it would be prosecuted, with all practicable dili gence. The World also says there can be no ill iubt but that Halleck has been super seded by Grant, so far as the movements of the great armies operating in Virginia and Tennessee are concerned. From the Rappahannock to the Tnscumbia but a single field is embraced. Richmond papers contain Jeff. Davis' recent speech at Charleston. He says he desired, by personal ob servation, sc., to understand their wants, as from South Carolina's great men he first imbibed the principles and doctrines of State Sovereignty. He paid a high compliment to the heroic garrison of Fort Sumter. He says the eyes of the world are upon them, and that he trust ed the day may never come when the Yankee flag may wave over the for tress. That in proportion as the Yankees hated this nest of rebellion, bo ia the love of t-vpry true son of the Confedera cy gathered around it and watching the stru?gl 1 with anxious solicitude. DIED. Ou the 10th intt , Mrt. FANNIE JANE, wtfo of Mr. George Hewton, aged 24 years. COMMISSI N HOUSE. , GEO. W. GRAHAM. ' it .te ,f Hallidav. Graham TI.C. GUI HAM Co., New Orleans, ana uranani wj., vi, """i G. W. GRAHAM & CO., Wholesale Grocers ANT) GEHEBAL C0MMI8SI0U No.'s 46 & 47 First Street NEW ORLEANS LA. (Mr Consignments of Western and Southern Produc-, and orders for the purchase of Cotton, Sugsr aud Molasses, soHcltod. Hefrr 10 Messrs. Bement A Viele, r.vanvtlle -. J. L Dallam, Esq , Cathier, Paducah.Ky. noll-2m LIQUORS. 4s, H. r. CARE. r. t. CARR. ReetKsf and Wholesale Dealers criptiori of every de- Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Wines and BEO LEAVE TO CALL THE ATTENTION of th; trade of th Pity of Evansville, South ern Indianu. Illinois and Kentucky lo out exten sive stock. It being large and complete, we can offer to oar customers and the trade, xoods lhat cannot (ail to please both in quality and price. Our stock having liettn bonght for cash, lcftre the recent advance, will enable ut to compete with any h im in the West in prices, Ac. Wear determined that no nocetsitv shall exist for dealer to go either to Cincinnati, Louisvlllo, or St. Louis, to bny their Liquort. We a'k of you a f:iir trial. We are certain we csn uire tatisfaotioa when you visit our cily. We would be ple.ised to tee you at No. 28, FIRST STREET, Hex! door to Holliugswortb A Bro.'a Queei'sware Store, and show you our stock, consisting in part of Foreign and Domestic Brandies, Wines, Gins, Bums, &c; Of Whiskies, Best Bourbon, Bye, Monontrahela, Bobinson County, Kimel, Irish, Scotch, & many other brands. Of Common Whiskies we have Aurora, Old Vir ginls, Mountain Dew, Orange Valley, and "Bully for You." Of Bitters we have Plantation, " Ba vaiian Stowton," Cocktail, 4c. Punch, Essence, Absinthe, Schnapps, Smoking and Chewing To hacco, Cigars, and A. S. Bonn's Snuff. Bomember the place. No. 28 First Street, four doors below Sycamore Street. novll N. F. CARE A CO. . . i ' GROCERIES. TABLE FRUIT 6i docen Green Corn ; 10 30 20 25 10 Pears : Tomattoes; Blackberries ; Fresh Pine Applet Canned ; Olastjart; " reaches: rt Plums ; ' Whortleberries ; Cherries ; " Goosberrles ; " Currants. 2ft " . 10 10 ' 10 " 10 lu ' Just n--civd at WM. CALDWELL'S, Ne, a First Street. LOBSTErt AND SALMOy 15 dngen Vo 1 ra::..t-,l : 3f' dczdit N'o. : do. 10 1 6 j Jnst rc"tved at do. Fresh aluioo ; dtf. do. No. FIRST STUEKT SCOTCH ALE 20 dozen Miltou't Edinburgh Ale; 15 dozen Brown Stout ; 20 dozen Yonnger't Scotch Ale. Jutt received at WSI. CALDWELL'S, No. 9 First Street. RECRUITS WANTED. For the Old 14th Indiana Volun teers. rpHIS REGIMENT HAS PARTICIPATED in the following named battles : Cheat M nun - uii u, ureru nriar, uiue's nap, Bioomery Furnace, Winchester, Harrison't Landing, Antietam, Fred ericksburg, ChanccUoreville, Gettysburg and Bristow Station. Three hundred and two dollars bounty given to nw recruits, $402 given to veteran toldiers who re-enlist. $72 of the bounty money given them as first payment directly after being mustered in Any one wishing to become a member of t nit tried Regiment, will find Headquarters Recruiting Office on corner of Ingle and Central Market street! John Dannatell's Grocery. CHARLES II. MYERHOFF, 1st Lieut. Co. E, 14th Ind., novlldlm Becrultiiif OScer. "SHERIFF'S SALES" Sheriffs Sale No. 165. BY VIKTtTE OF 'AN OWlER OF SALE ISSUED out of the Office of the Clerk of the Court ot Common Pleas of Vanderburgh County, Indiana in favor of Robert Barnes, and against Charles Richards, I will, on WEDNESDAY, December 2d, 1863, between the hours of lo o'clock A . M. and 4 o'clock P. M of said day, at the door of the Court House i n n v.- y.of Evnville, Indiana offer for sale, at 1 ublic Auction, the rents and profits for the term of seven years of the following described real state to-wit : 1 The east half of the uort h.wni nn.w.. r .1 three (3), in township six (6), south of range ten (10) west, in the Vincennee Land District in Van derburgh county, Indiana. And should said rents and profits not sell for a sum sufficient to satisfy said writ and costs, I will at the same time and place, offer for sale the fee simple of said premises. GEORGE WOLFLIN, Sheriff V C a. Iglehart, Plffi A tfyt Sheriffs Sale No. 166. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND OR DER of Snlo issued out of the Office of the Clerk of tho Court of Common P eas of Vander burg: County, Indiana, in faver nf John FIfairer ami Hannah Fleager, andagainst Henry F. Miller I will, on " ' WEDNESDAY, December 2d, 1M3, Between the hours oflO o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock r. M. of said day, at the door of the Court House la tI,h6.i,T.or Indiana, offer for 3E at Piinlie Aiif.(lnr. ll... O ..... .. J t . . I , .,-,,. uu r cunts ior a term tateten y-tr following described Real Et- Lot No. eight (8), in block No. thirty -teren (371 in the Eastern Enlargement of the City of Evans vine, Indiana. And should said rents and profits not sell for a sum sufficient to satisfy said writ and coats I will at tne same time and place, offer for tale the foe simple of said premises. GEORGE WOLFLIN, Sheriff Vanderburgh cenntv Asa Igleheart, Pl'ffs Att'y. "nij. Gurdian's Sale of Heal Estate. VfOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BT PiT1rtUf?n,0rd f the Ceurt of Common Pleas of Vanderburgh county, the undersigned Guardian or the miuorpieirs of Andreas Richard deceased, will tell at public auction at the door of the Court House, in the city of Evansville, Van derburgb county, Indiana, on the Lith dar of December, 1S63, between the hourt of 10 o'clock A . M. and 4 o'clock P. M , of said day, the follow ing described real estate, tituated in laid county to-wit : Lot No , jn block twenty-seven (27), in the Eastern Enlargement of the city of Evan.vill. upon the tollowing terms, to-wit: Fifty dollars of said purchase money to be paid in cash, one-third of tho balance of said purchase money to be Daid in one year, one-third ia two years, and one thi-d in three years, all with Interest from the day 'of ale, the purchaser to give his notes with security and without relief from valuation or appraise ment laws, to be secured by mortgage unon th. premise. FREDERICK mOHAlti. novll w4w Guardian. COLLECTOR'S SALE. Collector's Sale of Real Estate for the oeymem of the costs and expense of Sidewalk 1 niprove- 1 menu. OTICE IS nEBEBY GIVEN, THAT BY virtue of a precept issued by the Mayor ot me City of Evansville and to m directed, I will sell at publio auction, at the door of the Court House t in said City, Friday, November 27, at 10 o'clock I a. m., the following Lots or parcels of Real Estate, j or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the ; amount charged and assessed against said Lots re- mvtir. W for the cost n and exDeuses of making sidewalk improvements upon said Lots, together with the eostt of sale, and that the said sale will t oontinued on the next day thereafter, vix: Satur day, the 28th of November, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the samo place for the pnrpose of telling sush prop erty at may have been sold on the day above men oned and not paid for : 1'PPEB ENLABGEMENT. North-east three fourtht of Lot No. 19, John T. McC ain, owner, $2 00. LAMASOO. Lot 4, Block 130, H. Q. Wheeler, owner, $7 50 FOURTH ENLABGEMENT. Lot 21, block 10, G. Copeland, owner, S7 50. Lot 22, Block 10, G. Copeland, owner, $7 50. STOCKWELL'S ENLABGEMENT. Fractional lot 3, Block 1, A. B. Carpenter, owner, S6 57. W. G. BOEPPLE, Collector. KvanivHle, Nov. 11, 1863 GROCERIES. X. E. WHEELEE. WHEELER, Whole' Car & O C At. aioos. w. J. svoa BIGGS & STJGG, U dealers in ERIES, SALT, COTTON YARNS Nails, Window Glass, Sash, Doors, &c. No. II florin First Street, Corner ot Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. COPARTNERSHIP w 7E HAVE ASSOC! TED WITn US WM J ( Sugg, late of ' ilontown, Ky., in the Wholesale Gro-iery but . The style ortho nrm will he Wheeler, Busaj Sagg. . . ... CtOFFEE j Jntt received 1(H) bags prime Rio Coffee ; 50 oagt good fair Coffee ; .'U boxes Ground and for sale cheap at WHKI.LEU, BIGGS A SUGG'S. CHEKSE 50 boxes Western R serve Cheese ; 20 boxes Hamburg Cheese. Just received and to arrive at WHEELER, RIGGS A SI GG'S. OYRUP A MOLASLS 25 barrels Syrup : 25 barrels Bertrand's XXX Syrup ; 10 ' Stewari ' Syrup ; 20 " extra Hnnoy Syrup ; 40 " S. 0. ."'oils .., ; 35 half bbls Hone . mp: 50 half bbls Bertram's XXX Syrup; 50 ten gallon kegs Syrup ; For sale cheap as the cheapest at WHEEL KB, BIGGS A SUGG'S. CI PICES C5 91 if las:s Black Pep ; IS bags spice ; 10 bags Raw Ginger ; 5 bags Cassia; 20 cages Nutmegs : 25 boxes ground Him ' ; 30 " rVta-cr; 25 ' Bpice ; 60 Cinnamon ; CO " Jlovet ; 75 " Mustard ; for sale low at WHEELER. BIGGS A SUGG'S, SUGAR 20 hhds. prime New Orleans Sugar ; 20 " fair " " 10 ' Porto Bico Sugar ; 16 boxea Havana " 25 barrel! Crushed " 25 " Powdered " 25 " Coffee 15 " Yelllow Coffee Sugar ; for sale at WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG'S. MACKEREL 25 barrels No. 3 Mackerel, large ; 20 2 25halfbblt 1 25 " 2 26 " 3 30 quarter bbls N 35 v " 25 " " 25 kits 60 " " 70 " ! .tckerel ; Just received por I at pi WHKKt tn MGGS 4 RUGO'S. TAYE STUFF, ET caseB Manilla 1 nditto : 1 case Madras Ir ' 1 hhd Dutch M . i in barrels Alum ; 10 " Copperas , 3 " Cudbear ; 50 boxes Extract Logwood ; 2 barrels Brimstone ; 10 " Sulphur: 6 " Spsoru bulls ; 2 " Vensia Bed ; 2 ' Spanish i'-n I 10i boxes Washing Blow: 1" frails Soft Shell A ' nds ; W70ODKN WARE KTC- T 75 dozen Red UnckeU : S doten Bine aud Red Bm-keN 2' dozen Well Buckets; '2fl do !en No. I Tubs ; doten No. 2 nd S Tubs ; 75 dozen Wash Boardt ; 20 Nestt Bucket,, g jn dp . 10 dozen half Bushel Measures ; 50 boxea Clothes Pins. Forsale cheap by WIIKEI.ER, RIGGS A SVOQ NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF Evansville will receive saled proposals until Saturday, the 14th ( .y of November, 18(13 for grading the alley situ t -between Water and First street, and extending from Elm to Pine streets, and for grading the AH.y situate between Water and Firt streets, aud extending from Pine to Leet tree, In said eitr. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk's Office, Oot. St, '93. Clark WINTER DRY GOODS. SCHAPKER & BUSSING ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR SECOND purchase of Fail and Winter Dry Goode, Mil linery, Carpets, Ac. Having temporarily fitted up our basement for the saloandttoreidgof our large steck, which we are now receiving, we respectfully atk our numer ous customers to have nftience with us yet for a short time until we can make a more suitable room for every body to trade with us. CHAPKER ft BUSSING, , Mo. 49 Main street. THANKS. HAVING SOLD OUT OUR 8T00K. OF GRO CERIES to Mr J. P. ELLIOTT, wo return our sincere thanks to our numerous friends and customers for the very liberal patronage bestowed upon us during the past niue years. We take pleasure in recommonding a continu ance of the tame to our successor, believing him in tvery way worthy of the tame. oct-ao VICKERY BU08 NEW SONGS. WE'RE PASSING THE BRIDGE, MOTHER A new ai i beautiful song. OUR GOOD 8HIP SAILS TO NIGHT. I'M BLIND. JENNIE, MY LOVE. KISS ME GOOD-NIGHT MOTHER. WINNIE, DARLING, I'LL BE WAITING ASK IF I LOVE THEE. THE BANNER OF THE STARS. I'M LONELY TO-NIGHT. lneanove songs are all new and good, and for sale at WARREN ft CON YNGTON'S, No. 1 Main Street, Evansville nov7 PURS ! FURS ! 7 PURS ! ! I "IX-E ARE NOW RECEIVING A VERY so nu wen aisorteo stock of Ladies' and Misses s fancy Furs, comprising in part the fol lowing : Sable, Mink, Russian Fitch, Stone ,r tin Fisher, Lynt, German Fitch, Siberian Snmr rel. Ermine, Genet. Swans Down, and fur trim mings of every descriptions, Gentlemen's Fur Collars and Gloves, Children's Purs, Muffs, Cuffs either separate or in tats. Having selected the good! ourselves, customers can rely on gettine the very best grade of goods and at prices as low as the lowest. HATS AND CAIS. Onr tt k offlatt and Capt for Mtn and Boy't, it !,i?."r.2m.p .ete: ?TiDS Jnst been replenished with the very latest Winter styles, gotten up with care under our own iupervliion. MISSES' FELT:HATS. Latest New York stylai. INFANT'S HATS aucy ana plain, a very lags new styles. assortment. AH FAHCY CAPS, Of waieh we are receiving a eplendid assortmtnt VAUTIEK ,v MABCONNIEK, K 39 Main Btreet. NOTICE. TH? FIBM OF J. H M AGHKE A CO WAS J. ditsolved on the 7tl ,.f SenteaTh., i... . the death of John H vi , 1 ThlT, bj N.T.mb.r21863. O. MAGHEE. HEW FIRM. T?.-S1,DE,E8GNKD WILL CONTINUE .t.U f er6?18 DrJax business under the Iiff ' Mabee . t the old stand on Firtt ,tree" GILLI30N MAGHEE, M . . NICHOLAS M. GOODLETT. Novtmbsr 2, 18C3. a BOOTS SHOES. 1? T3L 333 BIG BOOT AND SHOE HOUSL mi 63 MAIN 8T Are again in largest rketwith the lock of GOOD GOODS, (We Bay GOOD, for we sell that kind of Stock), to be found in any House of our acquaintance East or West. They were bought for Cash bv one of the iirm who .spends the greater part of his time East for that express purpose. With many years experience in the business, we flatter ourselves that we understand it well, and with facilities at our command, we Can and WIU Sell Goods as cheap as any Jobbing House in the r.i try, we care not where I hat House may be located ; if in the East we will add trans portation. We would re spectfully call the attention of the trade to an examina tion of our Goods. We like to sell good Goods ; they speak for us whereever they go- MORGAN, READ & CC HAT HOUSE It ia nnt a mooted Question that MOBGAN, READ & CO., "BiTo. 38 Street, Have the Largest and Hand somest stock of H ATS To be found in any one House in the West. Men's, Boy's and Children's Hats of every Fashionable style in vague either East or West Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool Dress Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool French Hata. Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool J Planter and Planter Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur anrl Wool Burnside, Monitor, Cochran. O w xc, iiats. Men's Plain and Colored Leghorn and Straw Hats. Men's Panama & Palm Leaf Hats. Boy's Fur and Wool Hats, (great variety.) Boy's Leghorn, Straw and Palm Leaf Hats. Children's Fur, Wool. LeWr. - 3 T , ' tra,w ana raim .Leaf tiats. The above Stnnk hoa u - " -J jural lcrjli purchased directly of the Manu facturers of New England for CASH, at low figures, and we Will sell as low as any jobber East, transportation added. Call and examiue our Goods before buying. No trouble to show goods if An, . w- P MUitttAJN, keaD 4 NOTICE. To the Ladies of Evansville and Vicinity. MBS. BOWL AND IS I'UEPARED TO DO all the latest style of Kuihroiderv nrl Hr.ii! Stamping at her residence, fon Second between maiuerv iuu oiiia cireeis. aept7-3m GROCERIES. COTTON YARNS 25 BAGS M AYS FILL K 500's and rXW's; for sale by S. E. GILBERT t CO , oc22 No. 4 Sycamore Street . EXTRA ment ; oc22 FLOUR 100 BBLS. ON CONSIGN -for sale at 8. K. GILBERT CO . No. 4 Byc-aroere Street. CANDLES-100 BOXES; FOB SALE S. E. GILBEBT A CO.. ' STAB by oc22 so- Sycamore Street. -1INAMON-200MATS rOBMLTlOWTO the trade by 8. E. GILBEBT A CO oc23 No. 4 Sycamore Street. M , . "V-- irumt very choice quality A lust rereiTeH h a v . it t. . . 1 J - J w. JH. UlLDtftl K I'll LYON'S COLUMN. r Z b s z .X c c- 3D C ft S g 3 a 3 ft fl ft ft 3 ft 2. ft ft & c e S5 it ers ft 35 X m 5. X p 3 3 1 ft ft P 3 (ft Z. ft 2 S s. m ft r 58 O P ft 1 35 s Q ft ft a ft x X P 0 53 p sr ft ST era ft m - X ww ft x x X w ft ft ft p ft p s s o ft s X ft S, S3. ft X 9 e 7? S5 B' 3' ft ft B- haw B ft ft P x ft ft m ft p H s sr p s x ft 5 ft Z x O ft X I I 1 ft ft ft B H fT P X ft p X ft X X ? & S3 ft S OB 9 S us o I Br o 53- P & a P ft ft ft O P CP 3D I S SB lata o a p T91 C (- x Eft S ft S3 X X O s x s P pom i 25 GOLD, S1JLVER, Demand Notes, Bickett's and James' Checks, and all other nncurrent money bought at the highest market value. LYON. SEWING MACHINES. GROVEB & BAKER Sewing Machines. The Best Machines in the Market. They other. have taken more Premiums tbau any They make Leet Noise than any other. They Bun Easier than any other. They are kept in Order Easier than any other They make Both Stitches-Tbe Single Lock or Seam alike both sides, or the Double Lock or GroverA Baker tt itch They Embroider. They rto all kinds of Family Sewing. They are sold on Better Terms than any other, vil: you can get either the SINGLE or DOUBLE Look Stiich, with the privilege of exchanging any time in three ftoatas. Call and ate Machines and Samples. . u. TURNER. Statt Agent. Indianapolis, Indiana. UeaAn Agent wanted for Evansville. nov 'lAOTTNEST. CHBisriAJ. aaaTi. . heiljak. KRATZ 8l HEILMAN, City Foundry, Manufacturers aid Builders of Steam Engines ud Boilers, Saw anil Grist Mill Ma chinery, Tobacca Screws, Gumming Machines, Chinese Sugar Cane Mills. THRE3HING MACHINES, &c, !.'. AN;', II.I.l. IND. ' I'llH PROPRIETORS OF THIS CTY FOUND X ry heg leave to Inform their frfrnds and the public In gc-ueral. tUat theT are prepared to do all klndt of Machine & Finishing Work And everything snpertaltiius to the Foundry bne iiw. They arc icanufartnring Steam Kaglnes md Boilers of any size and power required. Saw Sill Machinery and Mill Gearing of any size ; T tillervand Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws, inmniing Machines, .Threshing Machines, Malt Mills, horsepowers, Corn Shelters, Machinery of all kinds ma le and repaired ; Iron and Brass Cast ings of every description, Iron House Fronts, Cel lar Orates, i-c. Cocking and Heating Stoves of the ' latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog front, .r;c. . . Brewers. Distillers, Rectifiers, &c. applied with every description of Copper and heet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators, AttempoEatort, Sparges, Stillheads and Worms on iii improved principle, Columns for Alcohol Stills, Yiiast Jugs, Cans, Syphons, c. ; Copper, Lead and ' Iro. Pipe,; topper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every i variety, for Beer. Spirits, Oil, Ac. Bras Cocks and Valves, Steaia Whistles, 4c. Warkmen aent to all parts to fit np work and do ; repairs ns St. Am Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron Work, Ac. Old Metals Bought. They are dealing In and selling Allen's lmprav--il Steam Gnage, Wrought Iron Welded Pipes and Tubbing, Hiram Hopkint' Improved Smut Ma chines, Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators, German Bolting Clath, Gum Elastic Belting. Packing, Hose, cc, of the best kind ; Tinplate, Sheet Ir-ti Block Tin, Pig Iron, Babit Metal, Spelter, Fire Brick. They have ev-ry facility of the beat Machinery huh am k. m, m4 wilt give all work entrusted to tnm, ineir individual attention, filling jijuinyii,, wniMIUJflJE uieirwora, sntl a Rooms, Foundry, Boiler-yard ;s stse-t, between First and ill". Ind. oecT DENTIST. t-. i - -! J . HAAS, : 1 THASKFFL FOB THB fce received dnring the past four I enuanenrretident of this city, (w.hetbet' they need hit proiea tlto visit his rooms and tee the r- j liWral kil tears, i I i desiies all mc-i-" Lsional JHTViCeOr 4a. Various Style IwoikMnnnftrinrtd Improveirleu s and Invent' on s e Ih-fc.i: tnadc. aud evcrythiufr that will subserve the ink-rests of hU atieuta it secured by him. H I Establishment and Facilitl s Are equal to any in EAMTERN CITIES. He has Several Anaesthetic. ros Pain w lien Teeth. Alleviating Extracting ("rreekt that are sunken can he restored to nearly heir original contour. All desirable styles of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, ruade anywhere in the United States, are made by bin. Irregularities of Children's Teeth tncoess fnlly eorrnctod. Thrwe having DECAYED TEETH Should either have,. 1 hem Extracted or Filled, (the latter if uoe&iidb.) The health of the parties and the remaining Teeth demand it. KEURAI.QIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED. ALSO CLEFT PALATE t trice ot Elrst St , Near Post Office. TAKE NOTICE. 'I Mil; FOLLOW INH S BTICLES BEM AININQ J. on hands in the Adams Express Office at Ev attaville, wairh. if not called for brfbre the first day of December next, will be sold on that day at public auctiou, at 10 o'elock a. n , to pay freight and charges': m 1 pkg J W Jarrett, Jarrertevirie; Ind. 1 do, J 8 Juhoson, Evansville. 1 fto, J J Kriss, do 1 lo, Kate Kellans. Merganfleld, Ky. 1 bx, D H Kennedy, Evansville. 2 page, D B Kitchen, Polk Patch, Ind. I do. M Kmetz, Evansville. A'. v wtTjrpar, do. ? ''Ji8-.0?1 R Kirtham, Shawneetown, Ills 1 pkg, J Lyun A Co., Lynnville, Ind 1 do, Samuel Listen, EvansviUe. 1 do, Andrew Langmnetter, Evansville 1 do, Dr A Maver Son. 1 uo, w J1UCK. do. 1 bdl Wm McOure, 1 keg, B Harris, 1 pkg. Mertius t Kreuger, 1 -'o, W T Mounts, 1 bx, 8 H Menton. Carmi 111. do do. do. do. ! eSUMBMarti!l.1,' Neon. Jstperco. Ind 1 bx, W P Hone, Evansville Pkg, J W Norton. Shawneetown, Ills 1 do Mrs 8 B Neale, Evansville, Ind ' ! SfiSg? v HDnt,r- ldc, TheoPteiosh, 1 Ml. W Powers, ' t-'H''iXg' 3oU!lth Parker, Bockport, Ind. I . . f.' A H,MB"". Kvamtville, Ind 1 bdl. I rerigo, Boonvilte, Ind. J H liichman, Bvansvilie. 1 i.kg, J W Spain. 1 do, C ichowenna, 1 do, M 8 Sanion, do, J Snener, - U 1 maohine Scan tl hi Co , EvansvUle 1 pkg. J W Sr .rmn-mt, " ' 1 bdl, Lucy E .immons, " 1 pkg, J B tftphenon, Caseyvilla, Ky 1 do, D S Anderson, Evansville 1 gnn, G W Ashcraft, " 2 Pkgs, D 3 Anderson, " 1 trunk. E Beckstein. " 1 pkg. Mr Braun. ' 1 C bag, P D Bichnun, ' 1 bx, W S Brackett, Carlow. Ky. 1 Pkg, G Bowman, Evansville. J 0 hag. Henry Baldwin, Evansville. 1 pkg, O W Bradley, 1 do, Mary Brow, " 1 do, W Pante, Santa Claus, Ind lbx. Fielding Calvin, Caiboon, Ky., 42d Ind ttvgiment. 1 pkg, Haver A Cohn, Evansvllls, Ind. J trunk, W Craesland, Shawneetown, Ind 1 pkg, S H Campbell, Oakland, In t 1 do, N J Conner, Stewartavllle, Ind 1 do, Sarah Calemberger, Henderson, Ky 1 do, M J Carroll, Evansville, Ind. 1 do, W H Dixon, Oakland, Ind. 1 do, Jno Dailey, Equality, Ills. 1 do, J Downend, Eldorado, Ills. 1 casting, J S Davis, Evansville. 1 package, M Deniberger, Stewaruville, Ind. 1 do, E J Dobell, Evansville, Ind 1 do, J Emerick, " 1 do, Graham 4 Bro, Phillipttown, Ind 1 bx, S Goodman, Evansville. 1 do, Jas Hopkins, Henderson, Ky. 1 pkg, Wm Haynes, Evanrvfllt, Ind. i bdl, F Heranul. 1 pkg, Henry Hohl, Santa Clans, Ind. 1 do, J Henze Evavsville, Ind. 1 casting, J M Indicutt, Evansville, Ind. 1 sack, Ph Inglebrandt, " 1 pkg, Journal Co , 1 do, G Jaag, ' I do, J J Jarret, Jtrrettsville, Ind. Tdo, GThompton, Evansville. 1 do, W H Thompson, " 1 bx, Col. Von Traeoa, 1 pkg, W W Ware, Hopkintville, Ky. 1 do, Thos Watson, Evansville, lad. 2 do, C S Wells. do 1 trunk, J H Wilson, do 1 pactag, Capt E T Wallace, KvantTtlle, Ind 1 no, J VI ise Menders.. n 1 do, J P Wilson, Xewburg. Ind 1 do, W J Whiting, Oynthfana, "lad 1 do, J K Weaker, Poaeyville, Ind tdo, P Zenthofer, EvanevUle 1 pair baots. no mark, Evansville CHAS. 8. WIVT A8,ut. JVARIETY STORE. FUSHEE'S VAEIETV STrtPT? W.T . -M-'r o. mam Street. IS THE PLACE TO FIND FANCY GOODS Tabl'eil8,US Wallet. ttnftt' Bead., Pol ,0,." tttSStSSSSSSSB '"'P-1 BAKERY ADANK' S CONFECTIONERY AXD FAN .Y CASE BAKERY, Second Street. Semr Maiu, EvansTllIe, Ind. r 1 1HK I'NDI.'RSIGNED INFORMS THE C1TI 1 ZKNS of Kvaasville that he hat secured th. teri.-e of a Fairey Workman from New York and is now prepared to make to order all kinds I't Fancy ( Vk.s. Pyramids. Jelliea. B,. Mai. and let Cnam of all Flavors arid shapT Weddings and Parties lEirit, fak"of 'hebe-t materi.l .d i. " New Tork Style, ou the shortesi notice Wed ding Cakes handsomely decorated ocZ1"i"r . ADANK.