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FOR SALE. FLATBOAT FOR SALE. THK FLATB" ' AT known as tho Old Dick No. 1, no lying on the bank botween the residences of R. Barn-s anl W. Preston is offered for sal ch-ap. Fo.- term.-" enquire at t' e boat. hot o. t IOK SALE LOTS 15 AD lo, BDK'K :!, -T in the Eastern Enlargement of the ri'y f Evansville, at a bargain. Knqnire of nov:t ASA IGLEHEAP.T. FOB SALE THK BACK PAKT OF LOT SO I' O, ( 11 Plan of the City of Evansville, on the corner of the alleys extending from Main tc Sycamore and from Second to Third streets, front ing ill foot on the former ami leet on me latter, ling on the center of the square on which the Washington House is built. For terms apply to j noT-itf ASA ULKHKART. R SALE A TWO STORY BBICK DWEL LING, containing nine rooms, a -ood cellor, and cistern, and out-buildings, together with the lot on which it is situated. Said lot is situated on Second Street, the next square abova Mr. B. Raleigh's dwelling. Said lot front ti:ty feet on Second street, and runs back 150 feet to an alley. The lot is high and well imprOTed. For terms apply to ASA IGLEHEABT. norxtf rpHIS FARM 18 LOCATED ONE MILE A from GolcoBda, Pope County, Illinois', is in a high state of cultivation, with one of the finest rlews 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 Trees, and Nurse rv of 7,000 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 Taylor of this city. oc27-4w LOST. BETWEEN THE DEPOT AND MR. JAO.CESS' residence, a Black Carpet Sack, medium ft has. The finder will be rewarded by leaving it at Rich ardson A Britton'ft Livery Stable. novlJ FOR LEASE. TOR LEASE FOR A TERM OF TWENTY S Years, an unimproved lot, between Fourth Street and the Canal, fronting 25 feet on Main Street and extending back 150 feet to the alley, 50 feet south of the Canal, being part of Lot No. 230, Donation Enlargement of the city of EvansTille. Tot terms apply to novitf MBS. O. E. LEWIS WANTS. A DWELLING HOUSE WANTED ONE containing six or seven rooms, comf irtably and conveniently arranged, situated above Main Street and -outh ot the Canal. For purchaser en quire at this fllce. no7-lw CASH. BOARDING A GENTLEMAN AND HIS Wife can be accommodated with a plea-tan t front room, either furnished or unfurnished. Also, a few stogie gentlemen. Apply at the cor ner ol Sixth and Vine Streets. P. McKAY. novT J ANTED A SCHOOL TEACHER TO TAKE ' a School ii Henderson connty, Ky. En quire of E. F. nandolph, at his residence, seven miles below the city of Henderson. nov5-lw ANTED. A fo VV ef Checks" w hundred dollars of "Bick wanteu to fill an orCer, at tht Saving's Bank, No 4. First street. octSO THURSDAY. ..NOVEMBER IS THAYER, SILVERTIIORX, Editor. ..Associate. N. To Correspondents. Ever and anon we receive communications with anony mous Signatures only attached. No at tention whatever, we repeat, is paid to any communication not accompanied by the correct name of the author. Judge Perkins has written a four column letter to inform the people that Im will accept the Democratic nomina tion for Supreme Judge. A Sharp Operation. We do not know who is responsible for locating the camp of the 120th regiment at Vincennes. We don't want to know, for he either must be interested in that town to a considerable extent, or is but little acquainted with its capacity for taking care of the troops. Two or three companies in this part of the State are now ready :o go into camp, and no preparation whatejeCvbpftibgon , roriftt, that it will require an expenditure of $4,000 to $5,000 to make a camp there aa comfortable as Camp Vanderburg, near this city, would be without an ex- i penditure of one cent.. The fact is, ow ing to the scarcity of lumber at Vin cennes, some of the Companies will be compelled to go into camp here tempo rarily at least, before barracks can be provided for them in the camp desig nated. vVhy not locate the camp here permanently? There is no good reason why it should be located at Vincennes, in preference. There are many, in ad dition to the item of expense, why the 120th regiment should be organized at Camp Vanderburgh. We guess the State authorities had better make the change. Good for Poset County. We learn that the citizens of Posey county went to work to fill up their quoti of troops with a zeal and energy that has already been crowned with success. They have one full company of cavalry ready to go into camp, and the balance of their quota is either raised or will be in a very few days. This noble work was accomplish ed by all classes putting their shoulders to the wheel. There were none found to throw cold water on the enterprise. They felt that the county had so many men to raise, either as volunteers or by draft, and they went to work to raise the num ber by volunteers, correctly concluding that less hardships would be experienced in having those go who were willing and could go, than by compelling others who conld not, in justice to themselves or families, leave. The young ladies also took a deep and earnest interest in the work. They gave the boys to understand, in short metre, tnat their hearts am nands were re served for the soldier bovs, and if the young gentlemen of that county who had no good excuse for not volunteering, didn't at once step into the ranks, they need make no more Sunday night calls, for the gals " wouldn't be to hum." The effect is easily imagined. Tbr boys concluded if that was tht, only way, so be it, and volunteered at once. Thev couldn't afford to lose the smiles of the Posey county lasses. An apathy is still prevalent in our county, though it is beginning to give way. Several of our citizens have dili gently used their influence against vol unteering, by proclaiming themselves in favor of the draft. They have objected to nearly every move that has been made to stimulate recruiting. They may see the folly of their conduct shortly after the session of Congress. The conscript law and the draft, we apprehend, will not be as acceptable then as now. The clas. sification clause and the $301) exemption clause repealed, the whole thing will j present au entirely different aspect to many who now regard it with especial pleasure. That these changes will be made in the law there is but little doubt ! Its failure to raise men, as it now stands, j renders a change absolutely essential ; To put off earnest effort up to within a few days of the time fixed for the draft, it not an act of wisdom. Let ns have : our quota full before the 5th of January, War Meetings. Large nrj enthusiastic war meetings j .re being held in different parts of our county, and the people manifest a deter mination to raise their quota of troops without resorting to the draft. On Tuesday night, besides the large meeting held in Lamasco, address ed by Gen. Mansfield, there were large t and enthusiastic meetings held in Scott , , ,. . . and German townships. KecrUlting njnrnUiDc.a .--- -nnmnterl in enoh of rr-- these iownshirjs, to uree upon those who can go to enlist, and also to make suita ble provision for the comfort of their families while they are absent in the army. In Scott township the following Com mittee was appointed: Messrs. Thos. McCutchen. Thos. (libbs, James McAvoy, Thos. Conner, Edward Hogan, Henry Wheeler, Wm. Halben, Francis Talbot, and John Ruston. The meeting in German township was addressed by A. T. Whittlesey, Esq. with decided effect. Most of the influen tial men of the township were present, and ttey appeared to have resolved tha1 there shall not be another draft in Ger man township. A committee was ap pointed, consisting of the following gen" tlemen: Messrs. Henry Baker, Adam Wolfe, John V. Fares, John Bump, George Groff, John Egler, Nicholas Long, Jacob Denser, Chas. G. Dirlam, Dr. Oelman, John Rettig, Wm. Fauquer. and Dr. Fairer. Another meeting was called for Satur day evening, at Henry Baker's, on which occasion Judge Parrett is to speak in English, and some oue, yet to be select!, will speak in German. Rrll nn trio Viall hrwa ' For the Evansville Daily Journal. To the Memory of Capt. Autho y. At a meeting ol Company " E, " (17th) Seventeenth Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, convened on the 4th day of November, 1863, in the camp of said regiment near Chattanooga, Ten nessee, to dratt resolutions on tne ueatn of Captain James W. Anthony. Co. "E," 17th Kentucky Volunteers Sergeant Davis Cranor, Privates Wil liam B. Butler and Richard H. Smith be ing appointed by the President, Sergeant Thomas Bush, a committee to draft said resolutions reported the following, which were unanimously adopted by the meet ing: Whereas, We have heard with un feigned regret, the decease of our late nd much respected fellow-soldier. Capt. James W. Anthony, Company 17th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry; therefore, Jtesolced, That while we bow in hum Vile submission to Divine will, we bear willing testimony to his worth as a man, his deportment as a soldier, and his ability in the discharge of his duties. Ever kind and obliging, he was a tnend o the soldier and endeared himself to us by his many acts of kindness and re gard for our welfare ; in him we lose not only an officer, but also a friend and an instructor. Resolved, That in him the country loses a pure patriot, one who braved the dangers and vicissitudes of a soldier's life. antL-whn rrive, another, J.rtit &J$ttfc down his life for her national existence. Resolved, That while we regret his untimely death, we extend our sympathy to the relatives of the deceased in their great affliction, and mingle with them in the consolation that he is at rest with Him " who doeth all things well. " Resolved, That the preamble and res olutions be recorded on the company or der book, and a copy be sent to the sis ter and infant son of the deceased, and to the Evansville Journal and Hender son Reporter for publication. Respectfully submitted, Davis Cranor, ) Wm. B. Butler, y Committee. R. H. Smith, ) THOS. BUSH, Pres. Attest: Wm. B. Bctikr, Sec't'ry. The Louisville Journal of ves- terday says: A pair of shoulder straps taken from Colonel Hanson at Lebanon, Ky., by John Morgan, was recovered from one of the gang at Dupont, Ind., by a young lady of that place, Miss Atta'D. Win chester, who has forwarded them to the Colonel, accompanied by a soul-stirring letter, in which she states that she pre vailed upon the guerrilla in whose pos session they were, to make her a present of them. Atta is one of Indiana's loyal daughters, and she seems to be delighted in restoring them. We are happy to in form Miss Atta that the shoulders of the gallant Colonel Hanson are now adorn ed with eagles. Tennkssee Artillery. The Knox ville Bulletin states that Col. Crawford's regiment is rapidly filling up. About the middle of last month he went to Scott county, Virginia, to encourage the people and obtain recruits. He reports twelve hundred National Guards and six hundred for three years' service en listed during the trip. The inhabitants everywhere received him with smiles and tears of joy. The Colonel distributed arms among the loyal, and assured them of protection. They organize with alac rity, and aromiae to rectify tho toaaaf political affairs in East Tennessee. The Colonel's party captured some 75 prison ers. A portion were permitted to take the oath, and 45 were taken to Knox t Col. Crawford is doing good work i. Tennessee. Colonel S. G. Hicks, of the Forti eth Illinois Infantry, commanding the Post at Paducah, has issued a special order, in the event of an attack on that place by the guerrilla bands which infest its vicinity. He orders that, in case of attack, all the women and children shall go under the river bank as a place of safety from his guns, and that all Union men shall repair immediately to Fort Auderson, taking with them whatever r.rms they may have, to assist in defend ing the place. He says this timely no tice is given as it is his intention to carry out an order he has received, which Is, " in the event of an attack, not to spare the city." This had the effect Oi'coohng down the ecstacy of the rebel sympathizers, who were impatient for the arrival of their "deliverers." Oca Bailroad Extensions. The Dan- i ville Tribune is informed by Lieut Wm. j C Crozer, of the 12th Kentucky, who ! cas lately been detached in the engi neer's service on the Louisville, Lebanon and Knoxville Kailroad, that it is deci ded that the Danville iunctinn with thi line will be located at Knob Lick, about I five miles from the town, and that the ; work on the line is progressing finely and satisfactorily. The recent guerrilla niiil through that section scattered the 1; ' Tera to the four winds nearly, but th e all since reported for duty. There tween five hundred and six hundred hiinds at work between the points of Milledweville, in Lincoln coun- ty,and Hnsrin Fork, a distant-- of orsH about two miles, and in the s une propor tion along the proposed rout'-. Tht- road has already been located from the junc tion referred to above about 19J miles south to Flint's Mill, and the preliminary line reaching to Cumberland river, by two routes, one leading through Somer set and the other leaving Somerset to the j right about eight miles, runninrr the ra- vine of Bock Creek. All confidence is j felt by the Lieutenant in the earnest ! prosecution and speedy completion of , this most important thoroughfare. The Tribune likewise states that Cay- tain Randolph BotU has been detailed as Chief Quartermaster of the United States militarv railroad to East Tennessee. Pnnta!n tin o i.non diiof Olllirfoe .i. r Tk:..:. -? tt ! lUKKIt?! Ill lUC LT Ml LI U l.uSH 1 II iVTTIl- tncky for the past year, and brings with him a reputation for energy and business capacity second to that of no officer in the service. His present headquarters are at Danville, and we may look for ward to active operations on this road. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BY THE K. A W. LINE Exclusively for the Journal 0 erationB in Virgini A New 1 im Selected Reports about Richmond Exchange of 1'rtsoiiers as far o " aa ever. ,. rial to the Triliune Washington, Nov. 10. It is stated j that the railroad to Culpepper will be abandoned, and Acquia Creek will lie j our next base of supplies. Seventeen hundred muskets have been j gathered as fragments of the re;ent j fioht most of them bearing stamp of 1861, and all in a serviceable condition. Two of the cannon captured were 10 poaad Parrotta and two 12 pound Na- poleons with limbers and all complete. ' Two men just from Richmond and other parts of the South, report Le ac tually in command of Bragg's army, and Bragg, though nominally in command, is a subordinate. It was determined, at a rebel cabinet meeting, to abandon Virginia on the first intimation of an intention of Meade to advance upon Richmond. Fifty-eight more prisoners were brought up to-day. All the prisoners will soon be transmitted to Johnson's Island, Lake Erie. This would indicate that the re sumption of exchange is as far off as ever. New York World's Opinion 1 1 gays a Battle Is not Improbable on I.ee'n chosen ground. Special to the World. Washington, November 10. There has been a fresh disposition of our forces for strategical purposes, bnt otherwise everything is quiet. Very lit le skirmish ing with the rebels has occurred. According to all accounts it is by no means certain that the rebel army is across the Bapidan as reported. Gen. Buford made a reconnoissance yesterday towards Bicksville, an 1 came upon a portion of the rebel Gen. Blood's division, and after a sharp skirmish com pelled them to fall back, Darjfness pre vented pursuit Our troops do not occupy Fredericks burg nor Falmouth, Kilpatrick's cavalry only having visited them one day before our advance. If the rebels maintain their position between Culpepper and the Bapidan, it is quite probable that a battle may be fought This is Lee's chosen battle ground, according to his official report of our advance two weeks since. The impression is general in the army j dan, notwithstanding their partial stand on this side. An Exploit near Chattanooga. Washington, Nov. 10. From Chatta- nooga we learn that an expedition of the I 43d Wisconsin regiment, of Gen. Sclnirz' Division, 11th Army Corps, under Lieut, j Colonel Blassen, went up the branch j railroad from Shell Mound to Girdon's coal mine, and captured a locomotive ! and two freight cars. The railroad on j the south of this is again opened for transportation of supplies. From the front we have the following, ! dated Army Potomac, Monday night Buford's cavalry Division returned from a reconnoisance to Culpepper at noon, to-day, having drove the enemy be fore them down the Sulphur Springs road within a mile of Culpepper. The main body of Lee's army will not be met this side of the Bapidan, although a portion of his troops occupy Culpepper. Scouts from the front report Kilpat rick as having thoroughly scoured the country from the Fords of the Bappa hannock north of Culpepper. It is re ported he captured 400 prisoners at El lis' Ford, but it lacks confirmation. The disposition of our forces is care fully made with reference to the proba bility of attacks on our flanks. A violent storm of snow occurred yes terday, and to-night the weather is quite cold. The roads are in good condition and the troops in excellent spirits. The Herald has the following : Hdadq'rs Army Potomac, ) Nov. 9, 1863. Yesterday two squadrons of the 1st New York Dragoons, under command of Capt Jacob W. Knapp, attached to Buford's division, left the command at Mud Bun to reconnoiter the country in the wake of the retreating rebels. They proceeded to Culpepper, charged through the town, driving twice their number of rebels before them, rested themselves and their horses, while they tonk 15 prisoners and then returned with their trophies to Brandy Station. We hold Culpepper to-day and our lines extend to the Bapidan below. The railroad will be completed to Beelston to-night The road will be reopened as fast as possible. From Philadelphia. A Remarkable Story from Cincinna ti Supposed Pirates on Lake Erie. Philadelphia, Nov. 11. A special dispatch from Cincinnati gives an ac count of a singular story about two sus picious vessels discovered yesterday morning about Sandusky Bar, supposed to be privateers fitted out by secession ists in Canada, aided by sympathizers there and in the United States. The supposed object is to release the rebel prisoners on Johnson's Island, and com mence piracies on the lakes. Pennsylvania Judges pronounce the Conscription unconstitutional. Philadelphia, Nov. 11. Judges Lou den, Woodwardand Thompson, of the Supreme Court ot Pennsylvania, at Pitts burgh, being a majority of the Court, de cided on Monday, in the case of some drafted men, that the Conscription Act was unconstitutional. Btver and Weather. Pittsburg, Nov. 11. Biver 4 feet 5 inches, and rising slowly. Weather clear and cool. Cincinnati, Nov. 11. The river has risen 1 inch. Weather clear. Ther mometer 56 deg. Barometer 29 deg. 50 min. From Washington . Lwe - ' ' - - --. ' Late.-.; from East Ttnutiit e 600 of ;u i -.i -,!!. 's men gobbled up - No par ticulars given. Washington, Nov. 11. It was stated several days ago that two of Gen. Burn sitie's most easterly outposts in Tennes see have b en attacked by the rebels, and half of the garrison, consisting of two regiments and a battery, were captured. Gen. Grant's dispatch does not desig nate the exact place where the disaster , occurred, nor does it state the strength of the rebel force, or the probable num ber of killed and wounded on our side. The Republican this afternoon says Gen. Burnside telegraphs that the disas ter occurred at Rodgersville, Hawkins countv. lenn. lhis place is the termi nus of the branch of the East Tennessee & Virginia Railroad, and is fifteen miles from Knoxville, ' General Burnside also says the rebelsw captured 600 of his men, but did not mention the number of his killed and wounded. His main army is where it was when the attack was made. Later from the Rappahannock The Great Battle not yet Commenced A. Fresh Lot at Prisoners Sent In The Whole Number Captured 3500. N'ew York, Xov. 11. The Herald has the following: VVaruentos Junction, Nov. 9. We hear of no fighting to-day, but parlies just arrived report passing about 700 prisoners captured in the vicinity of Cul pepper. This makes our captures 3o00. Meade's sndLte'a Armies face to face A General Battle dally expected. Washington, Nov. 11. A gentleman from the Army of the Potomac yesterday, says the position of both armies is be ! lieved to be sueh that onrreconnoisances may at any time lead to a general ea I gagement. : J!VI lIMsaJSJBSSHBSSBSBMrSgSSMSSSSSasSSS3SfJBI DIED. On Tuusday, 10th instant, JULIA C, wifr of J. M. Caldwell aged 52 years. Funeral services at 10 a. m. to-day (Thursday), November 12th, 18C3, at the residence of the family, on First Stre t, near -Cherry. The friends of the family are invited to attend without further notice. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DRUGS, &c. WML E. P. STODDARD, No. 17 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND. ARTISTS Ambrotvpe and Photograph J. Bl stock of every description, including Came ras, Chemicals, Cases and Frames . a large variety constantly on hand and for snlo at reasonable prices at WM. H. P. STODDARD'S. 17 Main street. SODA ASH AND for making Soap. CONCENTRATED LYE A superior article just re ceived at 17 MAIN STREET. sOSTEtI-ER'SPLANTATIOV BITTERS and ' I I German Fitters, together with a grat variety : of Patent Medicines, at 17 MA FN STREET, Pi HE AND UNADULTERATED CREAM Tarter for family use ; alxo Soda anil Spices j pure, at 17 MAIN STREET. CocoiNE, ambrosia! katharYon, TRI CAPHEBOUS, Zylabalsamum, and all the best preparations for the Hair at WM. 11. V BTUUUAlllt s. COAL OIL AND BURNING FLFID BY THE gallon or barrel at i 17 MAIN STREET. rjRINTERS INK. BLACK AND COLORED, l in small cans Wade's manufacture for sale at STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street. t"AMPsT"l AMP CHIMNEYS, GLOBES AND I i Shades: a larsre and varied assortment at 17 MAIN STREET. TV kind : a supply ftist received at STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street. LIQUORS. 9.7 !. F. PARK. Rectifiers and r. T. UODOE ARR, Wholesale Dsalsn cription of iu every dea- Foreign and Domestic Liquors. Wines and Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, &c, BEG LEAVE TO CALL THK ATTENTION of the trade of the City of Evansville, South ern Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky to out exten sive stock. It being large and complete, we can offer to enr enstomers and the trade, roods that cannot fail to please both in quality and price. Our stock having been bought for cash, before the recent advance, will enable ns to compete with any house in the West in prices, Ac. We an- determined that no necessity shall exist for dealers to go either to Cincinnati, Louisville, or St. Lonis, to bny their Liqnors. We ask of you a fair trial. We are certaiu we can uive satisfaction when you visit our city. We would be plessed to see you at No. 28, FIRST STREET, Next door to Hollingsworth A Rro.'s Qneensware Store, and show yon our stork, consisting in part of Foreign and Domestic Brandies, Wines, Gins, Rums, &c; Of Whiskies, Best Bourbon, Rye, Monongahela, Robinson County, Kimel, Irish, Scotch, many other brands. Of Common Whiskies we have Aurora, Old Vir ginia, Mountain Dew, Orange Valley, and " Bully for You." Of Bitters we have Plantation, " Ba varian 8towton," Cocktail, sc. Punch, Essence, Absinthe, Schnspps, Smoking and Chowing To bacco, Cigars, and A. S. Bonn's Snuff. Remember the place, No. 28 First Street, four doors below Sycamore Street. novll N. F. CARS A CO. RECRUITS WANTED. For the Old 14th Indiana Volun teers. THIS REGIMENT HAS PARTICIPATED In the following named battles : Cheat Moun tain, Green Briar, Bine's Gap, Bloomery Furnace, Winchester, Harrison's Landing, Antietam, Fred ericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg and Bristow Station. Three hundred and two dollars bounty given to new recruits, $402 given to veteran soldiers who re-enlist. 8T2 of the bounty money given them as first payment directly after being mustered in. Any one wishing to become a member of this tried Regiment, will find Headquarters Recruiting Office on corner of Ingle and Central Market streets John Dannatell's Grocery. CHARLES H. MTERIIOFF, 1st Lieut. Co. I, 14th Ind., novlldlm Recruiting Officer. GROCERIES. PRESERVED GINGER Ginger, in prime order 1 cases Preserved At H. A. COOK'S. 50 B0XE8 ceived at PEARL STARCH JUST RE H. A. COOK'S. O ALT 20 sacks Liverpool Salt, loose ; O 1O0O small pockets do. do : 300 large do. do. do ; At H. A. COOK'S. R OCK SAI-T- -.V) bbls Rock Salt At H. A. COOK'S. JOTATOES .500 bushels choice Potatoes At H. A. COOK'S. O3 kNIONS 78 bushels prime Onions At II. A. COOK'S. CORNED REEF Extra quality Corned Beef At H. A. COOK'S. PICKLED CLAM Second arrival of twenty doxen choice Pickled Clams. Jnst received at H. A. COOK'S. PICKLES, PICKLES 30 dozen 1 gallon Pickles, plain and mixed ; 60 " y " " 60 "hi " " 50 " In store and to arrive at H. A. COOK'S. LOOITpTCKLES, LOOSE PICKLES 30 bbls Loose Pickles, 1,600 to 1,800 each : 15 half bbls 20 ten gallon kegs Pickles ; 15 five " " 1 bbl Pickled Pepper; 1 do Mangoes ; In store and to arrive at H. A. COOK'S. CJ COLLECTOR'S SALE. Collector's Sale of Bead Estate for the payment of the costs and expense of Sidewalk Improve ments. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BY virtue of a precept issued by the Mayer of the City of Evansville and tome directed, I will sell at pnblic auction, at the door of the Court House In (said City, Friday, November 27, at 10 o'clock a. m., the following Lots or parcels of Real Estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount charged and assessed against said Lots re spectively for the costs and expenses of making sidewalk improvements upon aaid Lots, together with the costs of sale, and that the said sale will be continued on the next day thereafter, viz: Satur day, the 28th of November, at 10 o'clock a. m., at th same place for the purpose of sellingsueh prop erty as may have been sold n the day above men oned and not paid for : UPPER ENLARGEMENT. North-east three fourths of Lot No. 19, John T. McC ain, owner, ?2 00. LAMASCO. Lot 4, Block 1 H. Q. Wheeler, owner, $7 50. FOURTH ENLARGEMENT. Lot 21, block 10, G. Copeland, owner, J7 SO. Lot 22, Block 10, G. Copeland, owner, $7 SO. STOCKWELL'S ENLARGEMENT. Fractional lot 3, Block 1, A. B. Carpenter owner, 85 67. W. G. BOEPPLE, Collector. Evansville. Nov. 11, 1863 GROCERIES. t. K. WHEEL!. AS. BIGGS. W. J. SfO.1 WHEELER, BIGGS & SUGG, Whole- le dealers in t, I OCERIES, SALT, COTTON YARNS Nails, Window '..lass, Sash, Doors, Ac. No. 17 North First Street, Corner ot Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. COPARTNERSHIP w ' E HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH US WM J Sutrir, late of iniontown, Ky., in tne Wholesale Grocery business. The style of tho firm will be Wheeler, U 7 Sugg. WHEELER A RtUGS. riOFFEE J ust reseived luu I ,s prime Rio Coffee : 50 tiags good lair I offee ; 50 boxes Ground i ; and for sale cheap at W H EELEB, BIGGS A SUGG'S C1HEESE 50 boxes Wefcten Keserre Cheese ; 20 boxes Hambui! Oiieese. Just received and to arrive at WHKET.ER, R1GGS A SUGG'S. OTBUP A MOLASSES 2o barrels Syrup ; 25 barrels Bertram's AAA. syrup ; 10 ' Stewart's Syrup ; 20 " extra Honey Syrup ; JU) ' N. 0. classes ; 35 half bbls Honev Syrup : ) half bbls Berlvii' XXX Syrup ; 60 ten gallon kr . - inp; For sale cheap as I:, . 'leapestat WHEE1-KB, RIGG3 8UGG'S. CJ PICES 25 bags Black Pep r ; IS bags hpice ; 10 bags Raw Gin; er; ft hags C.issia ; 20 cases Nutmegs ; 25 boxes ground Ginger ; 911 " Pepper ; 28 " .l-'ce; 60 " Cinnamon; 60 'Jloves; T8 " Mustard ; for sale low at WHEELER, RItiGS A SUGG'3. SUGAR 20 hhds prime New Orleans Sugar ; 20 " fair " 10 " Porto Rico Sugar ; 18 boxes Havana " 25 barrels Crushed " 25 " Powdered V " Coffee ' IS " Telllow Coffee Sugar ; for sale at WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S. MACKEREL 25 barrels No. 3 Mackerel, large ; 20 "2 " 25 half bbls 1 28 V 2 ' 25 ' 3 " SO quarter bbls N. .Mackerel; 35 " f i 25 " S " 25 kits " I " 50 ' i " 70 " .'. " Jnst received por it WHKKI.i H . RIGGS A SUGG'S. DTE STUFF, ET 2 cases Manllln 1 case Madras 1 1: 1 hhd Dutch M II) barrels Alum : 10 " Ooppv - 3 " Cudbe. 50 boxes Extract 1 d ; 2 barrels Brimston , 10 " Sulphur ; 5 " Spsom Salts ; i Spain isiilBrb'.vn ; 100 boxes Washing Bine ; 10 frails Soft Shell Almonds ; 10 barrels Filberts ; for sale cheap at WHEt" 'It, RIGGS A SUGG. IJirOODKN WARI . ' VV 75 dozen Red B.. ts; 50 dozen Blue and Red Bu. kets ; 25 dozen Well Buckets ; 20 do !eu No. 1 Tftbs ; 45 dozen No. 2 nd .' Tulis ; 76 dozen Wash Boards ; SO Nests Buckets, 3 in nest ; 10 dozen half Busbel Measures ; 50 boxes Clothes Pins. For sale cheap by WHEELER, RIGGS A 8UGG NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF Evansville will receive scaled proposals until Saturday, the 14th day of November, 1863 for grading the alley sitnato between Water and First street, and extending from Elm to Pine streets, and fer grading the I (lay situate tetween Water and Firt streets, aud extending from Pine to Leet stree, in said city. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk's Office, Oct. 24. '63. Clark. WINTER DRY GOODS. SCHAPKER & BUSSING ARE NOW RRCEIVTNG THEIR SECOND purchase of Fall and Winter Dry Goode, Mil linery, Carpets, Ac Having temporarily fitted up our basemen tor .1 1 i .. i J . , - - l I. me BiusBuuiwrfiUK ui our i.xi sitrcn. wmcu we : are now receiving, we respectfully ask our numer- j ons enstomers to have patience with us yet for a j short time until we can make a more suitable room ' for every body to trade with us. 8CHAPKER A BUSSING, oct30 No. 49 Main 'treet. THANKS. HAVING SOLD OUT OUR STOCK OF GRO CIRlESfe Mr , P. ELLIOTT, we return our sincere thanks 1 1 mar numerous frieDds and customers for the very liberal patronage bestowed upon ns duiing the past nine years. We take pleasure in recommoiidiiig a continu ance of the same to our successor, believing him In every way worthy of the same. octZtO VICKERY BBOS. NEW SONGS. WE'RE PAS81NG THE BRIDGE, MOTHER A new and beautiful song. OUR GOOD SHIP SAILS TO NIGHT. I'M BLIND. JENNIE, MY LOVK. KISS ME GOOD-NIGHT MOTHER. WINNIE, DARLING, I'LL BE WAITING. ASK IF I LOVE THEE. THK BANNER OF THE STARS. I'M LONELY TO-NIGHT. The above songs are all new and good, and for sale at WARREN A CONYNGTON'S, nov7 No. 1 Main Street, Evansville FURS ! 1PURS ! IURSTT! WE ABE NOW RECEIVING A VERY large and well assorted stock of Ladies' and Misses's fancy Furs, comprising in part the fol lowing: Sable, Mink, Russian Fitch, Stone Mar tin Fisher, Lyns, German Fitch, Siberian Squir rel, Ermine, Genet. Swans Down, and for trim mings of every descriptions, Gentlemen's Fnr Collars and Gloves, Children's Purs, Muffs, Cuffs, either separate or in sets. Having selected the goods ourselves, customers can rely on getting the very best grade of goods and at prices as low as the lowest. HATS AND CAPS. Onr stjck of Hats and Caps for Men and Boy's, is now complete, having jnst been replenished with the very latest Winter styles, gotten up with care under our own supervision. MISSES FELT.HATS. Latest New York styles. INFANTS-HATS. Fauey and plain, a very lags assortment, now style. All FANCY CAPS, Of which we are receiving a splendid assortment. VAUTIEB A MARCONNIER, No. 39 Main Street. NOTICE. THE FIRM OF J. H. MAGHEE CO. WAS dissolved on the 27th of September Ust by the death of John H. Magheo. The business will be settled np by the surviving partner. G. MAGHEE November 1, 1863 NEW FIRM. THE TJHDXBSIGNED WILL CONTINUE th wholesale Dry Goods business under the sty Is of O. Machos ft Co., at the old stand on First street. GILLISON MAGHEE, NICHOLAS M. GOODLETT November t, 1893 COMMISSI N HOUSE. QtJft-w. V WM. C. r.BtHAX. (Late of Halliday, Graham & Co.. New Orl.ans, and Graham ft Co., Cairo, Illinois. 1 G. W. GRAHAM & CO., Wholesale Grocers AND GENERAL COMMISSION Merciiants, No.'s 46 & 47 First Street. NEW ORLEANS, LA. IW Consignments of Western and Southern Produce, and orders for the purchase of Cotton, Sugar and Molasse, solicited. Itefer to Messrs. Bemeot A Viele, Kvaasvill : J. L Dallam, Esq , Cashi-ir, Paducah, Ky. noll-2m GROCERIES. rpABLE FRUIT I 50 dozen Green Corn ; 10 30. M 25 Peirs Tomattot's Black beiri Fresh Ww A ooles Canned : 10 ' 25 " 10' ' ' " 10 10 10 10 Just received at Glass jars .h"8 : "l . ns; vv iiortlsherries ; t ii -rries ; wooeberries ; Durrants. WM. CALDWELL'S, No. 9 First Street. T OBSTER AND SALMON- li IS dozen No. 1 canned Lobsters; 10 dozen No. 2 do. do. ; 10 1 5 " 2 Just received at do. Fresh Salmon do do. No. FIRST STREET QCOTCH ale O 2i 20 dozen Milton's Edinburgh Ale ; 15 dozen Brown Stout ; 20 dozen Younger's Scotch Ale. Just received at WM. CALDWELL'S, No. 9 First Street. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. CORPORATION NOTICE. OBDEK FOB A PLANK SIDE W APS.. Nov. 7. 1863. And now it is hereby or! directed by the common council of tne e i t ansuille that the owners of all lots or pai fronting on or adjoining the north n&nnl atreet. from Second to Third Aveuuo 1 and f Ev f lots , of a said city, cause the side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, ana mat iney cause a siue walk of Class Wo. 2, to be laid down thereon with in thirty days from the publication of this order A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Nov. 12, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOB A PLANK BIDE WALK. Nov. 7, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common' Council of the City of Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, frontin on OE adjoining north side of Sixth street, from Second to Third Avenue, in said city, cause the side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side walk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publi cation of this order. ,A. PFAFFLIN, Cierk. Clerk's Office, Nov. 12, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOB A PLANK SIDE WALK. Nov. 7, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered ' and directed by the Common Council of the City , of Evansville, that the owners oi an lots or parw of lots, fronting on or adjoining the south side , Sixth street, from Second to Third Avenue,1 in said City, cause the said side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a j side walk nf Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon wttfcia thirty davs from the publication of this i erder. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Nov. 12, 1863. J COKl'UKAl'lON NOTICE. ORDER rOB A PLANK SIDE WALK. Nov 7, 1S63. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of EvanevUle, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the north-east side of Third street, between Mulberry aud Gum streets, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office,Jov. 12, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR A PLANK BIDE WALK. Oct. 26, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council ef the City of Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining southeast side of Elm street, from Market street, to Canal, in said city, cause the side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side walk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 30, 1863. CORPORATION NOTI2E. ORDER TO REPAIR SIDEWALKS. Oct. 24 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the southwest side of Second street from Sycamore to Vine street, iu said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be re paired within thirty days from the publication t , this order n A. f ( A, tLia , Clerk Evansville, Oct. 30. 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER TOR A PLANK SIDK WAL . Oct. 24, 1863. And now it is hereny ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City 1 of Evansville, that the owners of lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the east side of Fulton Avenue from Third to Fourth street, line, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to lie repairad within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oot. SO, 1863. NOTICE. Public Sale, A1 T THE LATE RESIDENCE OF W. G. HUGHES, deceased, we, his administrators. will, on the 28th day of November, 1863, (Satur day), sell to the highest bidder, who will give bond with approved security, all the machinery and apparatus of the Saw and Grist Mill of the said Hughes, together with all the lumber in the mill yard. The lumber will Im sold on a credit until the 1st of March next, and the mill, ma chinery' and fixtures will lie Bold on a credit by equal installments, payable on the 1st of March, and the 1st of September, 1864. There Is a huge amount of lumber on hand, and the mill is the best in the county. All those Indebted to the estate are for tlw lavt time invited to come forward and settle. JONA R. HUGHES DANIEL H. HUGHES November 3, 18C4. PAPER MILLS. EVANSVILLE PAPER MILLS, LEICH & CARLSTEDT, Agents. VTTE MANUFACTURE WRAPPING PAPER v V eqnal to any made, and at Cincinnati prions. Prices sent on application to the Agents, jylOdtim NOTICE TO FARMERS. rpHE HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR HIDES, FURS, FEATHERS, WOOL, BEANS, DRIED FRUIT, CLOVER SEED, FLAX SEED, GRASS SEED, BEESWAX, GINSING, And all kinds of Country Produce by A. GUMBERTS. OrrtcE At L. Loewenthal A Co 's Store, corner of Main and First Streets. nov5-3m DISSOLUTION. THE ;PARTNEUSUIP HERETOFORE EX -isting under the Arm of Orr, Daltell ft Co. being dissolved on the 2d of November, all parties naving claims against t no oiu nrm will present ' them for settlement, and all owiug will call aud I settle up their accounts. ORR, DALZELL A CO. HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST OF my former partners, I will continue in the wholesale Grocery business at the old stand, on Water Street, and would solicit for the new houee the patronage so long bestowed on tbs old ot4 MATTHEW DALZEDL BOOTS & SHOES. Bid BOOT AND SHOE HOUSL mm. im k 1 o. 63 MAIN STREET, Are again in Market with the largest Stock of CiOOl) GOODS, (We say 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 by one of the firm who spends the greater part of his time East for that express purpose. ith many years Mperienee in the business, we flatter ourselves that we understand it well, and with facilities at our command, we Sell Goods as cheap as any Jobbing House in the coun try, we care not where that 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 MORGAN, READ & CO HAT HOUSE It is not & mooted question that MOBGAN, READ & CO., SSTo. 33 4s4w8sr?JslBkT lain Street, Have the Largest and Hand somest stock of HATS 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 Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool J Planter and Planter Hats. Men's Black and Colored Fur and Wool Burnside, Monitor, Cochran, &c, Hats. 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, Leghorn, Straw and Palm Leaf Hats. The above Stock has just been 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. MORGAN, READ & C NOTICE. To the Ladies of Evansville and Vicinity. MRS. ROWLAND IS PREPARED TO DO all the latest styles of Embroidery and Rraid Stamping at her residence, on Second between Mulbery and Gum Streets. sep27-3m GROCERIES. COTTON TARSS-25 BAGS MAYTvTLTk Ky 5U0'a and 60O's ; for sale bv E. GILBERT A CO.. oe22 No. 4 Sycamore Street . E XTKA FLOCK 100 BBLS. ON CONSIGN- nent : for sale at 8. I. GILBERT ft CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street. oc-J2 :tar D by oc22 CANDLES 100 ROXES; FOR SALE S. E. GILBERT ft CO.. Fo. 4 Sycamore Street. ( MKNAMON 2i0 MATS FOR SALE LOW TO V. tbe tralu hv I E. GILBERT ft CO., oc22 No. 4 Sycamore Street. RKsTTkIGS 500 lrums vsry choice quality ust received by S. K. GILBERT ft CO. CQLLgPTOR'a SALE. NOTICE IS HERKBV GIVIN THAT I, WIL LIABI G. BOEPPLE, Collector of the City of Evansville, betwee i the hours of 9 and 12 o'clock A. M and 3 and A o'c'ock P. M., on MONDAY. THE J3d OF NOVEMBHR, A. D. 1663, will sell al Public AnotioB, at the door of the Court House in the City ot-Evansville, Indiana, the following Lots, oartis ot Lots and parcels of Real Ti I SSM and Improvements, assessed for the pa j meat City Taxes for the year 1863, dne from the ownsjK thersof to the City-ef Evansrille said Taxes beink now doe and unpaid aud for the costs of said sale; and that said sale will be eontinned on the uext dav thMTjafier. six: on Tuesday, t tie 24th day of Novemt-er, 18'3, at 2 o'clock P. M., at the door of the Court House in Kvicsvuie, lor the parpoae of selling such property as may bare been sold on the day first above mentioned and no. ptid for: ORIGINAL PLAN. Blackford, Isaac, heirs, lot 1 ... .$51 30 Caselberrv, Hiram, setf of lot 27 35 10 Keller, DC, lot 25 70 25 DONATION ENLARGEMENT. Carpenter, AB,I-t221 .$11 48 Keller DC, nwhf of lot 22! 13 5u Sherwood A Bartie, s e two-thirds of lot 183. 58 TS Wheeler, HQ. ne one-third of lot 217 6 06 do 42x75 fest alley end of lot 231 10 83 do lot 238 27 00 UPPER ENLARGEMENT. Aikman Wm M. 28x150 feet middle one third of lot 3 S14 44 Blackford, Isaac, heirs, lot 7. 40 50 do do... 8 40 50 do do.12 33 75 d ..l:; 32 40 do do...l7 31 05 do .dc.18 29 70 do do...25 32 40 do .do...27 32 40 do do...49 29 70 do do..l 28 35 do do.52 28 35 do do...6ti 27 00 do do68 27 09 do .do.69 27 00 . do do...SO 25 65 do fractional lot 11 33 75 do ont-lot 1 74 25 Broer, Anthonv. 21stsnbd of out-lot 3 11 81 Walker, JasT, 13th subd of Lister's ont-lot 2 3 71 LOWER ENLARGEMENT. Baker. William, undivided hf of 397 feet of wharf property b-low Division street 881 00 Real. Samuel, s ehfof n w hfoflot 3 16 20 D C Keller, s w hfoflot 15 27 00 ds Sxl4K ft s e aide of lot 14 15 80 ......do Undivided two-thirds of 287 ft of wharf, beginning at the s e line of t street, 1 j 1)K tv , ...... the Ohio river, running toward Pine street 287 ft 81 00 Shanklin,John,sehf cf lot 4 29 70 EASTERN ENLARGEMENT Rurtis. Edward, lot 1, block 6, do do...l9 do...50 . do do-. 14 do...52 Carpenter, A B, lot 4 do...l9 do do. 5 do 19 do do 12 do 21 Clement, Converse, M 5, block 34 do do. ij.do...34.. do do. 7...do...34. .. Earley, Robert, lot 2 block 11 do do. ..3 do. 11 $13 50 . 4 73 . 8 44 . 1 35 . 1 49 . 3 71 . 5 40 . 5 40 . 6 40 . 38 48 4 73 4 73 4 73 6 41 6 41 3 38 3 38 6 75 6 75 4 05 7 7 2 70 10 13 . de do...4 do..ll do do...fi do..2rt de do. ..15... .do..51 ..so do. ..16 do..51 Early A Garvin, lot 8 block 22 do lot 9...do...24 do lot 5...do...32..... , , ,, do lo 15. do... 38. do.- lot 14..do...48 Garvin, Thomas E , lot 8, block 17 do nndivided hfoflot 6, block 33 Lant. George lot 10 block 22.....". do lot 18 do...45 1 49 Lint A Bro., lot 19, block 40 12 15 do lot 1 do...46 2 03 Neff. P. ter lot 2. .do...31 6 08 do lot 20. do...51, da. lot 9 do. ..56 . 8 10 6 75 , 2 03 1 69 . 2 70 . 1 69 . .4 05 . 45 63 9 2 16 . 2 16 . 2 03 . 2 03 Oakley, James, lot 12...do...l9 O'Btley, P G, lot k.47 Sherwood, Marcus, lot 12, block 12 do lot 10 do...47 Stockwefl, Wm H, lot 27 do....9 Walker, Wm II, lot 9 do.36 BAKER'S ADDITION. Carpenter, A R, lot 10, block 2 do lot 11 do... ...do lot 15 do....4 do Jot 22 do....4 .. LAMASCO. Anthes, M R, lot 9, block 106.. . ? 3 30 do lot 10...do...l06 3 00 Baker. Win,. ..lot 15. ..do... 23.. 60 60 1 20 90 6 00 3 00 2 40 2 40 3 60 1 50 1 50 1 68 1 20 do lot 16...do... 23 do Jot 17...do... 23 do iot 18.. do... 23 Burtis. John. ..lot 27 .do.. 55 .do lot 28...do.. 55 Carpenter, A B lot 8...do...l01 do...lot...9...do...l0l.. do.lot 12...do...l30 do... lot 8do.136 do. ..lot 7..J0...135 do. ..lot 17..do.171. do...lot 18...do...l71 Earley. Robert, lot 31, block SO... 60 90 ..do ..do ...32 do....20 do .do...l4 do... 47 ....flo '.do. ..20 do... 54 do ..do.21 do. . 64..... do .do...31 do... 54 1 32 1 90 1 80 1 SO do do... 8 do... 7.: 2 10 do do... 3 do... 82 5 40 do s e qr of do. .164 Keller, D C,...Iot... 1 do....74 do do.- .3. do. .74 .. do do... 4 do..74.. do ..1. ... 5 do.. ..74 (To. eff of lot fi..do....74 do lot 13 do. ...83 Miller, Christian, lot29 do.. ..25 do.... do.,30...do....25 ., do do. ..31 ...do... 25 do.- do 6...do..l06 do do 7...do..l05 do do ...5...do..l32 .do do ....2...do..lS5 .. Wheeler, H Q,...do....3.do... 30 do ..do...l7.do... 4 do do. ...3...do... 80 do do. ...4...ao ...80 6 60 3 30 3 00 3 00 8 60 t 88 6 60 1 20 1 20 1 20 3 00 8 00 1 20 H 4 20 2 10 6 30 11 10 do do. ...4. ..do. .130 . 3 60 do- do. ...9...do..lH 4 50 FOURTH ENLARGEMENT. Baker, William, lot 12, block 1 S 3 30 .do lot 13 do...l.... 6 10 do- 1ot...8 Im t 2 40 do lot...5 do 20 2 40 ... o lot.-6 do 90 4 80 Carpenter, A B, lot. .3 do. .9 3 60 d lot. ..4 do...9... 3 69 do lot 11 do 1G 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 - 5 40 do n w qr of lot 10, block 14... 90 do lot II, block 14 3 60 Reiti, John A, lot 4. block 7 c 60 do lot 5...do... 7 - 16 20 Wheeler, H y,...: it 1... do... 10 3 60 STOCKWELLL'S ENLARGEMENT. Carpenter, A B, lot 1, block 2 -. S4 80 do.- lot 2...do 3 , , 4 20 - do fractional lot 3, block 1 6 40 1U1 iot 6, block 2 4 an do lot 6 do.2 4 50 do. lot 10 .. J.....2 5 10 ...... ..do lot 11 ... do.2 5 10 .... do lot 12 .. do... 2. 6 40 do lot 13 ... do 2 6 40 do lot 15 ...da 2 ... 6 70 do lot 16 ... do. ..2 . 5 70 do lot 17 ...da 2 .24 60 do -. lot 1 ... do 6 4 50 do J4ot lot 13, block 9 1 98 do lot 14, block 9 2 64 do . lot 15 ... do... 9-.. 2 64 .lot 18 do...9- 2 64 . lot 17 do- 9 2 64 . lot 18 ... do.-9. 2 64 .lot 19.do.9 2 64 . iot 20... do ...9 2 fi a do do do. do .do do lot 21 ...do. 9 2 $4 .do lot 22 ... do... 9 , 3 ,x ao 101 2.1 ...do., y .- . . 2 64 -do lot 24 ...do.. .9 a 34 do lot 25 .- do... 9 ..-!.. 2 64 do lot 26 ...do 9 3 00 do lot 27 ... do...9 2 64 do lot 28 ... do9 2 64 -do.. lot 29 ... do... 9 2 64 do lot 30 ...do9 .: ,a M do lot 31 . do...9 1 32 . do fractional lot 3, block 11 13 20 Garvin, Thomas E, lot 28, block 19 9 00 Iglebeart, Asa, ne of lot 24, block 19' " 1 50 do lot 25, block 19 - 6 6fc Nnrre, Bernard, lot 27, block 14 3 30 do .-sw J of lot 28, block 14... 1 68 GREEK'S ENLARGEMENT. Earlv, Robert, lot 8, block 3 do tot 9... .do... Z do lot I0..do. 3 do lot 11 .do... A - ' ' Garvin, Thomas E, lot 12, block 5 do lot 13, block s. . 1 50 .1 50 . I 50 . 2 10 1 68 , 1 68 u 101 1, oiocE 5 1 68 BHARPE'S ENLARGEMENT Babcock, H 0, lot 5, block 8 ' 1 u do .. 1st 1 do.13 4 92 Jones, Joshua, heirs, lot 20, block 15 90 5 21 do 1 3 30 do- do 22 do. ..15. . 1 20 Wheeler, H Q, lot 14, block 11 90 NORTHERN ENLARAFurw Hughes, William, lot 11. block 8 Iglebeart, Asa, lot 15. block 5 1 50 6 70 do do 16. block r """ ia Jones, Joshua, heirs, lot 10, k4asr .. 3 90 CARPENTFH PMPT Carpenter, A B, lot 5, block 3 -do do e .do . 3 do 7 do. .3 do do 8. ttn 4 20 4 20 4 20 540 5 40 4 80 4 80 4 80 Keller, D C, lot 1, block 4. do flo...2 dc...4. do do. ..3J do.4 ...'"'. ... uo flo..... . lo.. 4 Merritt John J, block 1 "" 252 WILLIAM G BtKPPLE, -tt Coll.ctor. WATCHES & JJt'WELRY. J. L. BITTROLFF, JR., No. 1, North First Stree. An entirely new Stock of Watches and Jewelry, OXJJ T XlXfc vv , - v w ai. j, ix t. I WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE nul.lic that I hsve opened an enUrelv new aad fashionable stock of the above goods, which, hav ing been bougnt for cash, I am prepared to sell at prices as low as the lowest, and warrant everv article to be just as represented. From long ex perience Id the business, I am confident of giving satisfaction, and hope to merit a share of ths pab lic patronage. Personal attention paid to repairing Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. J. h. B1TTB0LFF, Jr.. octl7-lmdw No. 1, North Ftrst Street.