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THURSDAY
... NOVEMBER 19
" T. JtrsfoR " has a poem of " peculiar
construction" in the Boston Gazette,
from which is taken this specimen brickj
A fully 'tis to think
That drink
Will sink ' '
One's trouble ;
It only makes it double.
tp to tin- beaker's brim t
Yonr sorrows swira ;
Yon gulp them down,
And so let all the town
Perceive your woes
Upon your nose ;
Thus being jolly.
And melancholy,
Through folly.
WThile at Berry ville, Virginia
an army correspondent, we estab
onr lines, and all persons residing
writes
lished
within them and
wishin? to sro hevnnrl
them were required to take the oath of
allegiance. An intelligent ff contra
band, "wishing to go through on learn
ing the requisition very innocently' ask
ed: "What is de oaih?"
"You must swear to support the Con
stitution, " replied the marshal.
" Why, " said Sara, " i can't hardly
support the old woman, times is so dref
ful hard. "
The marshal let him pass.
The Bedford Press publishes a
notice given by one School Trustees 01
Lawrence county, for the election of a
teacher, which we should say was most
satisfactory proof that a jUmm4ct -was
badly needed:
Notts.
ther wil bee a LeCtion hel at Cool house
no 8 satday th;t 10 of setember at 3 o
Clock a for tha porps of Elebtiong a te
Cher forour.presant Cool this tha 10 of
Sept J B
Advertising his Horse. A genius o
the county of Cork, Ireland, is credited
with the following ingeniously con
structed -aUvertisennspt nJ.out U.ac. it
" bangs Canagher " in the way of Strong
illi teration :
Spanker, the property of 0. D. -Saturday
the sixteenth of September next,
will be sold, or set np for sale, at Skib
bereen, a strong, staunch, steady, S&nnd,
stout, sinewy, serviceahle, smart, strap
ping, supple, swift, sightly, sprightly,
spirited, sturdy, shining, sure-footed,
sleek, tmooth, spanky, spunky, well
skinned, sized and shaped sorrel sreed,
of superlative symmetry, styled Spanker,
with small star and snip, square sided,
slim shouldered, sharp sighted, and steps
singularly stately; free from strain,
sprain, spavin, spasms, string-halt,
spring-halt, stranguary, sciatica, stag
gers, scowering, strangles, seeling, sel
landersurfeit, strumous, swelling, surran
ces, scratches, splint, squirt, scurfs,
scabs, scars, sores, scattering shuffling,
gait; or symptoms of sickness of any
sort He is neither stiff-mouthed, shab
by coated, sinewy, shrunk, spur
galled, saddle-backed, shell - footed,
shing-gutted, surbated, skin-scabbed,
short winded, splay - footed, nor
shoulder-lipped and is sound in the sword
point, shaffle and stifle joints. He has
neither sick-spleen, sleeping-evil, set-fast,
snaggle teeth,sand cracks, swelled sheath,
subcutaneous sores nor shattared hoofs.
Nor is he soar, sulky, surly, stubborn or
sullen in temper. Neither shy nor skit
tisn, siow, sluggarary, sraggisn hot stu
pid. He never skips, slips, strips, shies
or strays, stalks, snaps, starts, stops,
shakes, snivels, snuffles, snorts, stumbles,
or stocks in his stall or stable, and scarce
ly or seldom sweats. Has a showy, styl
ish, switch tail and stern, and a safe set
of shoes on. Can feed on stubble, sain
foin, sheal oats, straw hedge or Scotch
grass. Carries sixteen stone, with sur
prising speed in his stroke, over a six
foot sod or stone wall. His sire was the
Sly Sobersides, of a sister of Spandle
shanks by Samson, a sporting son of
Sparkler, who won the sweepstakes and
subscription plate last season at Sligo.
His selling price, sixty-seven pounds,
sixteen shillings and sixpence sterling.
MACHINEST.
CHRISTIAN KRATZ. Wl. HEII.MAM.
KRAT2 8l HEiLMAN,
City FoviTiciry,
Manufacturers and Builders of
Steam Engines and Boilers,
Saw ana Grist Mill Ma
chinery, Tobacco Screws,
Gumming Machines,
Chinese Susrar Cane
Mills,
THRESHING MACHINES, &c,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
H 1UK PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY POUND-J-
ry beg leave to inform their friends aud the
public in general, that they are prepared to do all
kinds of
Machine & Finishing Work
And everything appertaining to the Fonndry bus
iness. They are manufacturing Steam Engines
and Boilers of any size and pawer required. Saw
Mill Machinery and Mill Gearing of any size; Dis
tillery and Mining Marhinery, Tobacco Screws,
Gumming Machines, Threshing Machines, Malt
Mills, Horsepowers, Corn Shelters, Machinery of
all kinds made and repaired ; Iron and Brass Cast
ings of every description. Iron House Fronts, Cel
lar Orates, Ac. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the
latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dor
Irons, Ac. B
Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c.
upplied with every description of Copper and
iheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators,
Attemporators, Sparges, Stillheads and Worms on
an improved principle. Columns for Alcohol Stills,
Yeast Jugs t ans, Syphons, Ac. ; Copper, Lead and
J Pipe ; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every
variety, for l.eer Spirits, Oil, Ac. Brass Cocksana
v alves, Steam Whistles, Ac.
Workmen sent to ail parts to fit up work and do
Work Ac CoPPer ud Sheet Iron
d Petals Bought.
Thev are (Icalinir In ,.,! lis.... .11
ed St; r.n. vr-:"-r:",".;?,'".,,!nsPrTr
t,,m:1 ri.Z ' "e SmJUsfl. P'J?and
chines, Stephen Hughes1 Floor Separators, German
Bolting Cleth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing,
Tfnae Jm. nf the fuia t V i .1 , 1 t;, i... ol... t
" , . ..i,.i.., outri iron
Block Tin, Pig Iron, Babit Motal, Spelter, Fire
Brick.
They have every facility of the beat Machinery
and workmen, and will give all work entrnteU to
them, their Individual attention, filling orders
promptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied
with reasonable prion.
arOffice and Sale Rooms, Foundry, Boiler-yard
Machine Shop on Pine street, between First aud
scond streets, Evansville, tad. dec 7
GROCERIES.
BLASTING P0WDlBJ.t received and fer
sale by
8. B GILBEBT A CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore St.
WHITE LIME-75 bUs beat BlueBlveT re-
ceived this day. F- r -ale hy
8. E. GILBEBT A CO.,
Sycamore Street.
MACKEBKL 12 whole and half barrels and
kits just received and for sale br
8. E. GILBERT A CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
NEW SONGS.
WE-BE PASSING THE BUDGE, MOTHSE
A new and beaatiful song.
OCK GOOD BHIP SAILS TO NIGHT
I'M BLIND.
JENNIE, MY LOVE.
KISS ME GOOD-NIGHT MOTHEB.
WINNIE, DABLING, I'LL BK WAITING.
ASK IF I LOVE THEE.
TH .. BANNEB OF THE STABS.
I'M LONELY TO-NIGHT.
The above songs are all new and good, and for
sale at WAKBCN A OONYNGTON'S,
aov7 So. I Main Street, Evansville
PROPOSALS.
Notice to House Painters.
OFFICE KtJT. ASST. Q. MASTEB,
Evaxsvillk, Int . Nov. 10, 'li-'l.
PROPOSALS WILL BK KECEIVED at this
1 Uu,il 12 " of tue 19,n fr Paiut-
lng in- t. S wu.r Ho-pital at this Post.
'Pff1100" a be seen by calling on the nu-
H EHBMAN.
novlg-td capt. C. S. A A. A. Q. if.
COMMKRCIAL.;
Cincinnati Markets.
Cincinnati, Nov. is p m.
1 LOl'U ic higher and in fail demand.
WHEAT 33V Higher and In fair demand; red
SI 20 1 25, aud $1 45ai 50 for white.
1 'UN active ani higher; new U0(&92, and old
$1 07 Mil 08.
OATS advanced to 80 and in good demand
BYE advanced to ?1 25.
WHISKY firm at 05.
HOGS $77 25. Receipts 4.0CO.
MESS PORK unchanged
LARD 12c and buoyant.
BAMS H.
COk'FKE l2c higher.
GOLD 47. Silver 42.
EXCHANGE dull. Large supply.
Sew York Market.
New York, November 18
COTTON less active and lower ; upland 80.
FLOUR 510c better; ST 407 45 for extra B.
H. 0., and 87 500 25 for trade brands.
WIIISKY quiet and prices without change.
WHEAT 2iyV higher and in moderate demand
at SI 4tl 65 for wioter red Western.
CORN in fair demand, chiefly speculative, at
$1 07il 10.
OATS active and lc higher, a 86)67 1 a
PORK scarcely so firm, but in fair demand ; old
mess $lfi18 12.
BACON unchanged.
DRESSED HOGS firmer at 78.
LARD firmer and in moderate iuquiry at 1114
MONEY continues firm and unchanged.
STERLING Arm and quiet at '.i V-1'1"'1 .
GOLD more actiTa and decidedly firm, opening
at 40, advancing to 51 aud closing firm at 51
Toe sttamer China, for Liverpool to-day, carri
ed oat $18GU99. Vm
GOVERNMENT STOCKS quiet and steady.
1 ji. j . m
COMMISSION HOUSE.
QUO. W. GRAHAM.
(Late of HaTllday, Graham A
WM.C. ORA1IAJI.
Co., New Orleans,
and Graham ft Co., Cairo, Illinois.)
G. W. GRAHAM & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers
GENERAL COMMISSION
Mordoants,
No.'s 46 & 47 First Street.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
BSS Consignments of Western and Southern
Produce, and orders for the purchase of Cotton,
Sugar and Molasses, solicited.
Refer to "Messrs. Bemeut ft Viele, Evansville: J.
L. Dallam, Esq , Cashier, Paducah, Ky. noU-2m
fi atts, Given ft Co., f 0 " t-bowh,
Pail"" i. . J ( Evansville, lad
Hahim-vo, Given ft Co.,
I 7. . St. Louis, Mo.
WATTS, CRANE & CO.,
SSION MERCHANTS
No. 45 Broau Street,
NBW YOhK CITT.
We have opened a House in the city of New York
for the sale of
Tobacco and Western Produce,
Under the name of
WATTS, CRANE ft CO.
Mr. D. Wafts, of the firm of Wtt, Given ft Co.
if i'...!ucah. Ion- fantfRar wUtTobEpco, will take
.Inrc ' "f tint !.;,, rtrar nt otmr ImsncH. and Br.
. Crniiv, WCrano and Brown, Evansville, wtU
ike rhnri;e of tl--' Produce business,
utaj 21 WATTS, CRANE ft CO.
T. Cox. t. M TTumphkey.
COX & E . .rlPHREY,
Pot warding & Commission
Merchants,
Steamboat Agents,
WHARF - BOAT" PROPRIETORS,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
We have taken the Grey Eagle Wharf Boat, and
ask of onr friends a continuance of their patronage.
One of us will be fonnd aboard both day and night
to attend to the wants of shippers. sepl
Ieo. Foster. A. H. Foster. Wat. A. Gwtb.
GEO. FOSTER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers,
Produce and Provision Merchants,
CORNER OF LOCUST STREET AND THE CANAL,
ang9 EVANSVILLE. IND.
A. g. HlIHBliT. J. J, WHITTAKER
ha i htjuot a. whittaxeja.
Produce and Commission
Merchants,
No. 6 Water St, (next to K Barnes,)
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
HIGHEST CASH PRICK PAID FOR
Wheat, Oats, Beaim,
Flax Seed, Lard, Tallow,
Dried Fruit, Beeswax.
L. A. CRANE. WM. BR0WII. - R. K. DCNKERSOI
CRANE, 3R0WN & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
Merchants,
AND
Special Railroad Agents.
Give through receipts and make liberal cash ad
ftnecs on ahapmunti of. Produce and Tobacco to
Sew York. CBANE, BBOWN ft 00.
Bvmsville, Nov. 20th, 1861.
IDAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
New Arrangoment.
PHK ADAMS EXPBK8S 1OMPANY
RE-
X SPKOTFULLY nnnounoe to their friends and
jatrous, the public of Kvansville mil vicinity that,
vith incieaaed facilities for the transportation of
Freight, Packages,
Money and Valuables,
rhey solicit a conttanance of former favors. Bs
peci.il cure taken in the collection of Bills, Drafts
Notes, and the transportation of small and valua
ble packaies. m
All persons wishing to avail themselves of tit
lacilities of the Express, can obtain any desired In
formation in reference to the routes and details of
Shu business, at their office on First street, between
Main and Locust.
jy2 OH AS. WENTZ, Agent.
H . B . 15l I FFOUbT
Commission Merchant
EXCLUSIVELY.
I HAVE DISPOSED OF MY STOCK OF QBO
ceries, Produce, Arc, as I find that I cannot,
nor can any one else, do justice to themselves and
their shippers when they boy, for it is natural
that they will ll their own goods first. As I
have many shippers, I will 'hereafter confine my
self strictly to the
aasasf
COMMISSION BUSINESS,
And hope that I will find a continuance of-the
many favors shown me during the past eight
years. I shall give personal attention to all eon
sijrumente, and will make liberal cash advances
on produce in store. My motto is,
Dealers in Cotton cannot do better than to leave
their orders with me. Mr. t. M. COPKLAND,
late of Copeland, Edmonds A Co., will give the
Cotton business his personal attention. He is one
among the best judges in the State Orders
Solicited. H. B. CLIFFOBD,
sep25 No. 7 Front Bow, Memphis, Tenn.
w. s. M CU RE.
B. F. BALLARP.
C. II CLCRE.
w.
S. McCLTJRE & CO.,
PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOB THE SALE OF
Bntter, Cheese, Lard, Eggs, Beans,
Peas, Dried Fmits, Flour
and Provisions,
200 '"'ultonSt ,
Op. Washington Market, NEW YOBK.
REFERENCES.
Gee W. White, Cash. Mechanic's Bank, Brook
lyn, New Yoik.
Hou Horatio Ballard, See. State of New York.
Wm. Cripps, Pres. Standard Ins. Co. New York.
A. H. Ballard, Ypailanti, Michigan.
J. L. Kelly, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
R. H. Huntington, Adam's Irff Co. N. f
J. H Reed, Utica, New York.
Hon. Henry J Raymond, " New York Tines "
C. H. Wheeler, St. ABans. Vfc
D. Ward, Lancaster Grant Co. Wisconsin.
jelOdly
SCHNEIDER & ZUBERBIER,
(Successors to Schneider A Wise.)
Commission Merchants
For the sale of all kinds of
Western Produce,
PU0tIJ.- BACOS' PORK, LARD,
Hay, Corn, Oats, Batter, Eggs, &,c.
Corner Lafayette, New Levee and
Fulton Streets,
NEW ORLEANS, LA'
angi- '
G10VEI
f for M
" S'oKTBRBV PITOsT 10 bbls
f i ?S f
B. GILBERT CO.,
No. 4 8ycamotvtreet.
fXriCLL BUfh:.i ."doin for ssJel.v
VV S. E. GILBERT CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
COLLECTOR'S SA I E.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Tn AT I. WIL-
LI AM G. BOIPPLE, Collector of ei (lie 1 i y
of Evansville, between the hours of !T and" 12 '
o clock A. M. and 3 snd 5o'clock P. M., .,u TUES
DAY, th e8th of DECEMBER, A. D lio3, will
sell at Publio Auction, ai she doer of the Coart
House in the City of Evansville, Iudiuna the fol
lowing Lots, parts ot Lo s and parcels of Eeul
Estate, aud ImproveBieuts asseiird.' for the pay
ment of City Taxes for the year 18G3, due from
the owners thereof to the City of Evansville said
Taxes being now due and unpaid and for the
costs of said sale; and that said sale will be con
tinu.d on the next dag thereafter, viz, : on Wed
nesday, December .'t h, 1863, at 2 o'clock P. M .. at
the door of the Court House in Evansville, for the
purpose of selling such property as may have
been sold en the day first ab"ove mentioned aud
not paid for :
ORIGINAL PLAN.
Allis ft Howes, 30x150 feet, u w side of
lol2 SHI 08
Bates, Geo., heirs, n w one-third lot 31 31 73
Cunningham, G., Mrs, s e 1 .', of lot ti 22 98
Durham ft Snyder, 35x150 ft n w side of
lot 70 43 53
Gosiey, Ferdinand, heirs, le of lot 'J4... 21 00
Hughes, John W, 254x150 ft.se aide of lot
14. .'. ..........'.'.Tr.... 103 05
Hughes, John W, middle of lot HI 33 08
do 25x150 leet middle part
of lot 66 34 42
Thompson, J, heirs, 45x150 feet n w sideof'
lot 22 81 00
Trafton, Wm, heirs, 34xl50 ft s e of
lot 54 30 99
Victory, John, 21xl0n'fbet n w sido sub
div 4, of lots 21 sn.122
70 38
Weil, Leonard, 374x75 ft middlu part
at
lot 137
DONATION ENLABGEMENT.
Ewing, Lee, 20x70 ft, alley end of lot 152...
Love, John, lot 2U
2" 08
13 8-i
4 05
Smith, Oliver H, h' n s e lot 217
4 T3
to 1
lot 218....
13 50
UPPER
Hoskins. Francis. 1
I'NLABGEMENT.
14 of lot 34 37 8
Head, Oliver E, lot 7. Mib div of out lot 3.
13 50
Kancie, Dr, lot U, Lister's sub div of out
lot 2
.do lot 15 Lister's sub div out lot 2 ..
Walker, John T, lot 18, Lister's sub div of
out lot 2
LOWER ENLARGEMENT.
5 74
6 74
2 03
Ewing,
W G A G W, n wVi lot 4..
35 10
22 !.".
1(1 80
Scares,
Joe, heirs, lower b-.
or e yx of lot a
Wright, M J,22ixl00 feot
from of lot 23
EASTEBN ENLARGEMENT.
Allis A Walker, assignees lot 2, block 14...
do ,.. .lot 4, do 15...
do lot 1, do 19...
do lot 2, do 19...
do lot 3, do 19...
do lot 10, do 20...
do lot 5, do 21...
4 05
3 04
41
08
, Oft
2 '2
3 04
3 (W
3 38
3 38
3 38
4 73
5 40
6 75
4 73
4 39
1 t'.li
2 36
2 36
1 69
4 40
4 40
4 73
6 75
2 36
2 36
3 04
2 20
2 TO
2 02
3 04
3 38
1 69
4 05
4 W
8 43
10 80
11 48
2 03
67
.do lot 10bk'21
... -jjjj
(, ........ r gu tti. ...
10 ...lotl0,
do 24...
,...i....do.....
lot 11,
do 24..
do
.-. do
Absi do
do
lot 8,
lot 17,
lot 20,
lot 6,
lot 13,
lot 8,
lot 1,
lot 1,
lot 2,
lot 4,
lot 6,
lot 5,
do 26...
do
34...
34...
do
SB
do
do
do
do
do
do
41...
41...
43...
...
47...
47...
48...
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do
-....do
do
do
Beach, Nancy
Baker A Garvin....
do
lo
do
do
to
48...
49...
6...
lot 10,
...
.lot 3,...do...l3...
.lot I2...do...l3...
..lot 7,...do...l5...
..lotB....do.lti...
.lot 10,. ..do. ..16...
..lot 8,...do...20 ..
...lot9...do...21...
...lot7.':.do...22...
lot 8...do...46
do
....do
..do
do
do
.........do
do
do
Borer, Elisa
Clark, L 8
Copeland, G
,.lotl2...do...4K
lot 13...do...48
.....
...lot 1... do. ..53...
lot 12...do...38...
lot 10...do...l0...
Kostsv, J W, lot 12, do...46
Hess, Henry, fract lot 13, block i-5
.do..., do 14. ..do.. .45
Jaiiitess, Francis, 4th sub div 18x75 ft of lot
4, block 37
Johnson, Absalom, lot 6, block 9...
Kelsey, Orville lot 7, ...do ..4u
Lamb, Wm B... "lot I5...do...!i
do lot l...do...!i
Nobbe, Henry lot 28...do...9
Richard, Andrew, heirs, lot 7. ..do. ..27
Rockwell. Chaa W lot 3.do...44.
Roeiker, John H lot 15. ..do... 34
Boessner, George lot 2. ..do... 39
Sanderlin, Wm, heirs, colored, lot 8, block
.... .. ......11. .. ,..
Sbanklin, John, lot 1, block 15
do lot 2. ..do. ...15
do lot 3...do 15
...:....do lot 8....do. ...48
Simpson, I T W, lot 3...do...l4
Taylor, Archibald, lot 10, block 6
Weker, Geo, heirs, lot 13, "block 40
Wiegers, Christian, lot 12, block 47
OAHQna ADDITION.
Allis A Walker, assignees, lot 8, block 3...
13 50
13 16
6 40
"5 06
" 4 05
10 80
7 43
2 03
5 40
21 26
7 43
4 05
3 04
3 04
4 39
10 80
12 88
8 10
2 36
2 02
2 03
2 02
2 03
2 02
2 03
2 70
2 02
2 03
2 02
2 03
2 03
2 03
a 36
.00 ....j.lot a do. ..3...
do
....lot 10...do..,3..
....0
do
do
do
do
-do
5
do
-..do
Baker A Garvin ....
,.do
.lot H...40...3...
....lot 12...do...3...
....lot 14...do...3...
....lot 14. ..do... I...
....lot 16...do...4...
....lot 17...do...4...
lot 19...do...4...
, lot 20...do...4...
lot 21...do 4...
lot 23...do...4...
lot 26...do...4...
LAMASCO,
Allis A Walker, assignees, lot 9, ulook 30,..
do... lot lo...do...30...
do block 46...
do lot 4. ..do. ..101)...
do lot 6...do...l00...
do lot 3S...do..,135..
- do lot 22. ..do. ..30..
Brooklocksr, Christian, heirs, lot 1, block
25
Brooklocker,Chritfain,h8irs, tot 2,Blek 25
do lot 17...do...25
- do lot 28...do...25
do lot 32. ..do. ..25
Bnrch, Wm lot 5...do...ll3
do..... lot 6...do...ll3
1 80
2 U)
2 4 00
2 10
3 00
CO
2 40
1 50
1 20
1 50
1 20
1 50
4 50
3 60
1.5 60
Bums, Kdward block 105
Copeland, G, lot 29, block 23 6 00
do...-.lot 30...do...23 1 20
do ..lot 15...de...85 4 50
do lot ll...do...86 5 70
do lot 5. ..do. ..128 2 70
...do lot 6...do...l28 2 70
..do lot 7...do...l28 2 To
do..". lot 8. ..do. ..128 2 70
do lot 24.. .do. ..128 . 2 10
do .lot 27...do...l29 , 2 40
do lot29...do...i29 1 3 80
do block 160 18 00
Danm, Goo.'JSr, lot3...do...4T.... 1 20
do lot 4...de...47 1 20
Davidson, Geo. heirs, u e lot 7, bk 76 2 70
EIACSLBB Oo, lot II, block 28 2 70
ido lot 13 do...28 2 70
do lot 14. ..do. ..28 2 70
.do lotl6-.do...28 .. 2 70
do lot 16...do...28 .. 3 30
3 90
3 60
8 60
3 (XI
3 CO
3 60
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 30
3 00
2 28
4 C2
4 20
80
4 20
2 W
1 30
i 50
4 50
do lot 7. ..do. ..68
do. ,lot9...do...58
do.:.. lot 10...do...58
do lot ll...do...58 ,
do lot 12. ..do. ..58 ,
rdo lot 13...do...58
,do .lot 16.do...58
do , ,half 2...do...76
do ,2..jlo,..T7
d ...12...do...t7
do l...do...T8
do 2...do...T8
...do north y of 4...do...78
, do do
l...do...85.
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...3...do...85.
,..9...do...85
5 40
.10-.do.-85 4 50
.12.. do...85 4 50
.14...do...85 4 50
.16...do.-85 4 50
...8...do...86 4 50
...9...do...86 4 so
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-do...
..do 13...do...l00
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Howard Maria...do.......14...do lot
j Hurley, John, heirs 7.do 86...
Jvroener, rrederic, s e Iot30, block 15
Parrotu, Robert, hairs, Jot 3, block 152.
.do. -.lot 4 do ... 132
Phelps, A M, lot 1, block 175 - "
Belts A Kinsman, lot 16, block 74...."-.'."
Beitz, Frederick, lot 12, block 134.........
do lot 13, do 134.... ......
Sansom, John, lot 8, block 24 Z.
do...., lot 9... do ...24...
Jo. ,.lof Ii),..do...24 "..
do -lot 15.do...24
Schilling, Fred, lot 5...do...75 "'
Shirk, Elbert H, lot 3...de...78...
do lot io.do.-84.
do lot 10-.do-.X03
do lot 13... do ...108..
do -lot 21,..do...To4
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Spiizer. August, lot lH.-flo... T9.
do -lot 17...tfq-.79 .. '.
Spriea, Henry "-lot II. ..do:. .30.
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Stacer, John C lot 31 do. ..5
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Thurling, Charles, s w half of lot 9, block 76 3 90
eiaig, urisi, IOT II, DTOCC 81
Hosmer A Brash, rot 1, block 33.!
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lot 5 ....il ... 1... 5 10
do...... s4-5oflot6, black 1 7 68
do lot l.Bo 6 30
- do.1 ... lot 2. ..do. ..8 6 90
Copeland, G, old plat, lot 6, block 6 3 90
do lot 22. ..do. -10 2 40
j. do lot 21- do... 10 2 40
Hahn, Michael lot 7. ..do. ..11 6 90
Knntz, Frederic lot 2...do...7 4 20
McJohnson, Ktmlock...lot H...do...l8 3 60
l.do lot 15...do...l8 3 30
do lotlS...do...l8 S 30
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Stacer, Jehn C lot l...do...l5
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STOCKWELL'S ENLARGEMENT.
Allis A Walker, assigne-. lot 7, block 2
do lot 8...do... 2
do lot 9. ..do. ..2
do -...lot 82.-do-.4T
' do let 23. ..do. ..17
do lot l.do...l8 ..
do lot 2. ..do. ..18
CampLell James ; lot 10...do... ft
lot ll...do... 5
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do lot 6. ..do... B
do - lot 7. ..do... 5
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do lot 9. ..do. 6
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Meader, Robert, 21)4 ft s w part iot 7,bk 20 6 30
Merritt, John J. Mala 2 fet lot 16 bk 8 60
Kv Ass of A Mission, lot 11, bk 16 3 00
do lot 12, bk 16 3 00
Stavkweil, J M, hairs, umliv 18 ft lot 16, bk S 4 80
-' do lot 31, bkl7 3 00
do lot 32, bk 17 3 00
do 5 lot 7, bk20 3 30
CRESCENT ENLARGEMENT.
Proitr, John, lot 19, bk 0
do Iot20,bk0
Bead, E O lot 15, bk 2 .".
do los 16, do 2
2 40
2 70
4 20
4 20
SHARPE'S ENLARGEMENT.
Helnta, Theodore, lot 7, bk 8 4 50
do lot 8, bk 8 .'" 1 50
NORTH EKN ENLABGEMEXT.
Andrews, Wm, lot 17, bk 2 3 00
Burkheart, George, lot 12 bk 3... 2 79
EIACSLR U Co, lot 8 bk2 8 fj0
do lot 9, bk 2 1.'" 3 fio
Gratt, George, w 9 ft lot 17, bk 3 06
uo lot 18 bk3
Griess, Henry, lot 3 bk 4
do lot 4 bk 4
narilln, G W, lot 17 bk 6
do lot 18 bk 6 ;
Huber, J M, heirs, lot 13 bk J
do...- lot 14 bk 3 ' .'
do In; 3 bk 8
Salmon, Anton, heirs, lot 1 bk 5
CARPENTER PLACE.
Allis A Walker, .assignees, lot 1 bk 3
do lot 2 bk 3
do lot 3 bk 3
do lot 4 bk 3
BATELLE PLACE.
AUis A Walker, assignees, lotlOhk 1
do lot 11 bk 1
8 40
7 80
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2 70
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5 70
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WILLIAM G. BCEPPLE, Colldctor.
novlfidtd
lNSOLTJBL CEMENT.
Grf.at
DiscovEBr.
IMrUL mid VALUABLE,!
DISCOVERY !
HILTON'S
TWSflT HUT T? nvunwrni
4.,..ii.-,.i.i. J """"''a v.rmxi r
the useful art.' J" of mor0 general practical utility
than any invention now before the
.pnblic. It has been thoroughly
(tested during the last two years by
.practical men, and pronounced to
be
surBlllOR TO ANY
Adhesive Preparation known.
A new thiug,
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Is a new thine, and the re..i
years
is on
of study, its combination
Its
Combina
tion. Scientific Principles,
And under no circumstances or
change of temperature will it be
come corrupt or emit any offensive
smell.
HOOT & 8HOE
Manufacturers, using Machines,
will find it the best article kuown
for Cementing the Channels, as it
works without delav. is
Boot A Shoo
Manufacturers
ed by any change of temperature.
JEWELERS
Will find it RiifflVientlv adhesive for
their use, as has been proved.
It 1 1 especially adapted to
Leather,
And we claim as an especial merit,
that it sticks Patches anil Linings
to Boots and Shoes sp Iciently
strong without stitching.
IT IS THE ONLY
LIQUID CEMENT
Jewelers.
Families.
It is a Liquid
Extant, that is a sure thing for
mendirg
FritNITTJRE,
CROCKERY,
TOYS,
BOSK,
IVORY,
And articles i f housohold US3.
KElttEOTBER
fttiHemoer.
Hiltons Insoluble Cemen
Is in a liquid form and as eaily
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
U insoluble in water or oil.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Adheres oily substances.
Supplied in Family or Manufactur
ers 1-acKages from 2 ounces
to 100 lbs.
I11LT0K, BROS. $ CO.,
Pkophiitobs,
PROA'IDENCE, B. I
Kinia.
iy23-ly
CONDITION POWDERS.
W. F. DE C KE RMAN'S
CELEBRATED
e Xj o
CONDITION
POWDERS,
FOR
Horses and Cattle,
Composed principally of
Roots and Herbs.
j q-UIIS POWDER HAS BEEN FOUND, BY
I A long experience, to be highly useful for the
cure of the various diseases io which Horses and
, Cattle are subject viz :
Founder, Distemper, Hide-Bound, Loss of Ap-
polite, Inward Sprains, Yellow Water, Scratches
i or Grease, Mange, Inflamation, Fatigue, or
: Rheumatism, commonly called Stiff Complaint a
I disease fatal to Horses in this country.
Warranted to Cure Hog Cholera.
Sold in Evansville by Bbocshtox A Woods
KAiTEK A KoBrr, August Ellis, and Joseph
Nechtebn. And at Newburg by Wm. Faxi a Co
aug20
NOTICE.
WE HEREBY NOTIFY ALL PERSONS
indebted to us not to pay any monies due
n to O. H. Stinson, as he is not in our employ.
nov3 MORGAN, READ A CO.
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RAILROAD REGISTER.
E. & C 1st Us
D S P A B T S :
Wav, Freight and Accommodation 6:45 a. M.
Mail- 9:25 a. M.
ABBIVE8:
Accommodation -....6:24 p. m.
Mail 6:40 p.m.
T. H. fc U. It. II.
DEPABT8 FROM T. H.
Pay Kxiiress .3:56 r. h
Acconi niodation
Night Express
7:35 m.
12:50 a. m.
ABBIVE AT T. H.
Day Express. -.12:25 r. M.
Accommodation.., 6:10 A. u.
Night Express 1:25 a. h.
These two roads make good connections at Terre
Haute.
Tiiver News.
ARRIVALS.
Steamer J.iwiss, Memphis.
Marlah, Cincinnati.
" Keoto Mt. Verivm.
harlev Bowen , Cairo.
" Key West, Cairo.
DEPARTURES.
Steamer Jewess, Bouisville.
" Keoto, Nashville
" Mariah, t Lr ujs.
Key West, Nashville.
" Charley Bowen, Cairs.
The river continues to decline gradu
ally at this point, with full five feet to
Louisville and Cairo.
At Pittsburg there wrB 7 feet 8 inches
by the pier mark and fi 'l'.ug, and the
weather clearing up.
At Cincinnati the riv.T had commenc
ed rising, with nearly 7 feet in the chan
nel. . ,
There was a continuous rain at Lou
isville from Saturday ni.Jit to Monday
night, which will help out the rise com
ing from Pittsburg, at noou yesterday.
A large fleet of tugs, with coal flats in
tow are on their way down, bringing an
aggregate of more than 1 W),000 bush
els of cnnl . m
There was nothing Jlolng on the levee
yesterday, worthy of no'
The Bowen did not arrive until near
night, but she brought n large cargo, in
cluding 50 bales of cott u .nd some to
bacco, and a small army (f people.
We saw yesterday tl:o ti v chimneys
of the famous Superior. They are near
ly completed, and will be raised in a few
days. They are massive and grand, and
will add greatly to the elegant ap
pearance of the swift-winged Superior.
Captain Brown was in the city yester
day, and informs us that if the river does
not rise, and hands can be procured and
retained, he will have the locks at Rum
sy in good repair again within four
weeks. This will be goed news to Capt.
Drinkwater, of the gallant It. Kendrick
Dunkerson.
The elaborate and fitvorHp Armada
will be here to-day, ami will r.-turn forth
with. Her elegant jmss. nT accommo
dations, her well-furnixliHil huder, and
her super-excellent oili. r r-, (Vint Josh.
V. Throop and Mr. I wi Huston, or
Billy Dunn, render h..; supr rlmively at
tractive. The queenly and el
Eagle, with that vetern
Hutsonpiller in comtn
bane and gentlemanly i
in the office, will be
Henderson and Loui.-i
' ttle Grey
r Captain
;nd the ur-
k Banksmith
to-day for
'. The Little
Eagle has been thorou'V
comes again into her p' ..:
most attractive boats ail f.
The Charley Bowen
would leave at 13 o'clock
. .-fitted, and
one of the
t V.:.:i !.!
vo were told
last night for
Cairo.
Her active and efficient Agents, Mess
rs. Cox & Humphrey, w'.i'i their usual
prompt manner, had a g. .1 trip ready
for her when she arrived.
There is a rise of twelve feet reported
in the Kanawha, which v;H add to the
swell that is coming, mil will render
navigation excellent bel w that point.
The Louisville Journal of yesterday
says:
The river is falling slowly, with 3 feet
7 inches in the canal.
The steamer Mason ws seized yester
day by the military autlmiities, as we
understand, having contra Sand goods on
board.
A barge, heavily ladeii with salt, came
in from the Kanawha yegtojjjey.
The Cumberland is'siill falling, with
about 30 inches on the Harpeth Shoals,
and 16 feet at the railroad bridge.
There is a rumor that ;:ie Star Grey
Eagle has been taken by the Govern
ment. She is valued at $45,000.
If the Little Eagle has been so taken,
she will not of course be here to-day, and
the McCombs may be expected in de
scanting on which boat the New Albany
Ledger thus graphically holds forth:
We have often descanted upon the
many cheering and pleasant accommo
dations to be found aboard the McCombs,
V... no 1 . It . T 11 . 1
aa ,u,,g -apt. fjanara continues as
her commander, her excellencies will in
no wise be abated. In her office will be
found that popular and pleasant gentle
man, Mr. John Gwathmey, as chief clerk,
ably assisted by our good-looking and ec
centric friend Tom Sherley. Tom, by
the way, is becoming hugaly popular
among the fair sex, all of which u read
ily enough accounted for wlicn his beauty
is taken into consideration. He is as
clever as he is good lookir. r.
The Missouri Democrat of yesterday
says that the river at th;t point, in 24
hours ending at T a. m., two inches
and a quarter, with six fe. t to Cairo,
and the same to St. Paul; also, that the
Illinois is stationary, with thirty inches
to Peoria, and the Iffiaspqrj is stationary,
With 3 feet to St Joseph.
The Big Grey EJagle had not arrived
at a late hour last night. The heavy
ousiness done by these boats along shore
retard their arrival. She-may Drobablv
; get in before this morning, in which cage
passengers and shippers will have a fine
boat for their accommodation.
THANKS.
xx L'kBlliS () Ml. J. B. ELLIOTT we return
our s.ncere thanks to our numerous friend, and
customer, for the very liberal patron. bwed
upon us during the past nine year,
aefv PloMQre in recommottdlnr acontinn
ance of the same to our successor, tflievin J Til
iu every way worthy of the same ' t"U?Tin h,m
oc,230 VICKBIiY Bonn
SEWING" MACHINES.
FM. BELLMAN HAVING FITTED UP AN
. office, No. 35 Main Street, will kin ..
tofore a good Mjprtmentwlle TwliSK
Tht,DgT .fWinK Stones ud Needles, mik
L,?14 ,U' ad wrything that iiuBeoaid
Tnl h'h,mia6m -d will repalrull kind of Sow
Ing Machines and put on new improvements
F. MTSKLLMAN, Ag't.
HOBBYHORSES.
PhfS0 ANUBOCKINGHORSEST
inst reZ? Mr?.itmlnt ef broughtto the city
just received -Prices from one dollar to forty.
A WlVoUli' mj. .... .. . .
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no. 1 Main Street.
.GULaR packets.
Low Water Arrangement
Paducah & Cairo.
During the continuance of love water Boats will
run as follows I
THE FINK MAIL PACKET
G. DCSOCCIIET, Master W. btfNN, Clerk
Leaves Monday's and Thursday's at 2 o'clock, for
Cairo and all Way Points.
Leaives Cairo Tuesday's aud Friday's at 5 p. m.
THE LIGHT DBACGHT PACKET
E. WHISTLER, Maft. r F. R. nCSTON, Cl'k.
Leavf s Wednesday's and Saturday's at 2 p.' m. for
Cairo and all Way Points.
Leaves Cairo On Thursday's Pn id i v's at 5 p. m.,
Making roanections at Cairo " i'h the Illinois
Ceiitral Railroad, and at Ev, file with the
J -Bfansville and Crawfordsville li .i oh.1.
or in'i.'in ir pasatre appiv . .oanl or to uox
A Humphrey, Lower Wharf II i;if, or to P. D.
Velt, AgenU. seP15-dtf
Cincinnati and Memphis
PACKET COMPANY.
For Evansville, Henderson, Mount
Vernon, Shawneetown, Sraithland,
Paducah. Cairo. Colnmhim. tfiplrmon
and Mempnis, and all way-points on the Ohio
and Mississippi Hivers, eoraprisine the following
new light-draught passenger packets :
NOBMAN, J JEWESS,
Capt. Batchelor. Captain Tra.ier
PBIVCESS W. C. MANN,
Cnptan Maratta. Captain Shunk.
One -flf the above Boats will pass Evansville
Weekly Ibr Cairo, Colnmbns, nickman, and Mem
phis. Also, weekly for Cincinnati.
For freight or passage enquire of
COX & HUMPHBEY,
BeP9dtf Agents.
TOUISVILLE AND HENDERSON
AIl.Y LINE, (SUNDAY'S X fVT
The Kvansville & Louisville U. 8
, rrr- r, Mne Co's. Splendid . .
Passenger
" 91 TS? "FT jsT"
"BIG" GREY EAGLE,
'apt. nt'NOE.. J. A. LL'SK, Clerk.
"STAR" GREY EAGLE,
ilapt. H0TSINPILLEE W. G. VOKIS, Clerk
J. T. McCOMBS,
( apt. KAI.LAKD J. GWATHNET, Clerk
' "nipoae the Line, and will leave Evansville for
Louisville as follows :
iluiiday's, 8TAB OBEY EAGLE, at 12 o'clock M
. , j. x. :i ..( m us, at 6 o'clock: p. it
Wednesday's, "BIG" OBEY EAGLE, ftt 5 .'clr
V M . ,
Thursday's, "STAB" GBEY EAl. : at5o'clo
P. Mi. MM 1 ... T
Friday's, J. T. McCOMBS, at E o'clock p.
Saturday's, "BIG" GBEY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
RETURNING:
J. T. McCOMBS, leaves Louisville Monday's and
Thursday's.
BIG" GBEY EAGLE leaves Louisville Tues
day's and Friday's,
- STAR " GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Wed
nesday's and Saturday's. Punctually at i
o'clock p. x.
For comfort and speed the above steamers are
nnsnrpassed: COX k HUMPHREY.
decia
GROCERIES.
E. . W1ItEI.ES.' A3. BIOGS. W. J Sl'IIU
WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG,
C J? O C ETM E S,
SALT, COTTON YARNS
Nails, Window Glass, Saalt, Doors, Slc.
Xo. It North First Street,
Corner ol Sycamore.
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
COPARTNERSHIP
WE HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH US WM J
Sugg, late of Uuiontown, Ky., in the
Wholesale Grocery business. The stylo of tho firm
will he Whoelur, Biggs A Siigg.
WUEELEB Jc BIGGS.
COFFEE
Just received 100 bags prime Bio Cofice ;
60 hags good fiiir Coffee;
SO boxes Ground do ; and ibr sale cheap at
WHEELEB, BIGGS SUGG'S.
CHEESE
fiO boxes Western Reserve Cheese ;
2i boxes Hamburg Cheese.
Just received and to arrive at
WHEELEB, RIGGS A SUGG'S.
SYRUP & MOLASSES
25 barrels Syrup ,
25 barrels Bertrand's XXX Syrup :
10 Stewart's 8yrnp ;
SO M extra Honey Syrup : i ; .x .
40 " N . 0. Molasses :
35 half hbls Honey Syrup ;
SB half bids Bertrand's XXX Syrup ;
fill ten gallon kegs Syrup ;
For sale cheap as the cheapest at
WHEELER, RIGfiS ft SUGG'S.
OPICES
2i bags Black Pepir ;
IS hags Spice ;
10 bags Raw Ginger ;
5 bags Cassia ;
20 cases Nutog A Jsw
i 9
2u boxes ground Ginger ;
M
25
60
r
75
Pepper ;
Spice;
Cinnamon :
Cloves ;
Mustard ; for sale low at
WHEELER. RIGGS SUGG'S.
S
CGAR-
20 libds. prime New Orleans Sugar ;
w lair "
10 " Porto Rico Sugar ;
-15 boxes Havana "
25 barrels Crushed "
25 " PowdortHl '
ft " OoAe imf V 1 ' f '
15 " Velllow Coffee Sugar : for sale at
WHEELER, RIGGS A 8UGG'S.
MACKEREL- '
25 barrels No.. 'J Mackerel, laree'
20 " 2 :
25hBlfbbIs 1 "
25 2 "
25 " 3
30 quarter hbls No. 1 Mackerel :
35 " " 2 "
25 " I
25 kits " 1
51) ' 2
70 - " 3
Just received por rail at
WHEELER, E1GGS A SUfiO'S.
DYE STUFF, ETC.
2 cases Manilla Indigo ;
1 case Madras Indigo ;
1 hhd Dutch Madder ;
10 barrels Alum ;
10 " Copperas ;
3 " Cudbear; ,
50 boxes Extract Logwood ;
3 barrels Brimstone:
10 " Sulnhor:
5 " Spsom Salts;
2 " Vensia Bed ;
Z j " Spanish Brown ;
100 boxes Washing Blue ;
10 frails Soft Shell Almonds ;
10 barrels Filberts : for sale cheap at
i . WHEELEB, BIGGS & SUGG
t UOHDEN WABE. ETC.
v 75 dozen Bed Buckets ;
50 doien Blue and Reo Buckets;
25 dozen Well Rnckets :
20 do ten No. 1 Tubs ;
5 dozen No. 2 and 3 Tubs ;
75 dozen Wash Boards ;
20 Nests Buckets, 3 in nest;
,!. 10 dozen half Bushel Measures;
0 bozsa i n. i.
I
For sale cheap by WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG
DISSOLUTION.
nnifE ;PARTNEBSHIP HEBETOFORB EX-
A isting under the firm of Orr, Dalzell A Co
being disso ved on the 2d of November, all parties
having claims against the old firm wm presen t
ORR, DALZELL A CO.
TTAVIMi PURCHASED THE INTEREST OF
JLA my i former partners, I will continue in the
wholesale Grocery business at the old stand, on
Water Street, and would solicit for the new house
the patronage so long bestowed on the old
nov4 MATTHEW DALZELL.
NOTICE.
To All Whom it May Concern.
NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition signed
by freehold tittseas of Pigeon township,
Vanderburgh county, I.diana, will h preeei.ted
to the Board of Commissioners of said countv on
the first Monday iu December next, at the Coart
u.uiniur, m nig county, fur the
sap
yviuiuicuiui viewers io view, mark and
1 . .
77 . . 1 ' ' i a
i jTi , a point on the rri.l
leading from F.lton AyeBue to the Sail
wells, where the lint, dividing ranics ten Till
eleven intersects faid road, ana running "hence
on therangeHBeda.a.rl,, thy, ,8n ow""
and occupied by Daniel Morgan, M P loof
if'S,?; ?' Yal,' Wm MKocck.ohu eSS
John Whitehead, Jr., John 8hank!ian
Rausch s heirs, Geo. B. Walker, Jas T Walker
7Tr"n.i?I'-A-I'awrenr.V IT By fort
J. L. Bittrolff, J. H. Rogers and A. B. Carpenter'
to north east corner of south east oukrW P,?t w'
Hon 13, town 6, south rauire 11 west .Vh ,u' i J
north westerty, on the r'oaf novTd'to
m l, on Pigeon creek, . distance of aboat one
7" ocl8 3w.
DRY GOODS
FOR GREAT BARGAINS
IN
DRY (r O O D 8
GO TO
E. A. COOKE &, CO.,
Who
have just completed their wiuter stork of
Goods, consist iug in part ot
French Meriiioes,
Checked and Plain Alpacas,
Silk Striped Lustres,
Wool and half Wool Delaines,
Ladies' Misses'
Hoop Skirts,
Ladies' Misses'
Balmoral Skirts,
and Chi
ren s
.id (hi'uren's
Hoo-ls, Nubias an.I LI ;sses' Fancy
Knit Coats,
Sontags and Alexandras,
Lambs Wool, Merino aud Bal
moral Hose,
And a great variety of Notions, &c.
Also just received by express
A full assortment ;of Cloaks.
All the uovrlties of the season, comprising
Red Riding Hoods,
Blue Circulars,
Black Cloth Circulars and Sacqnes
Various Prices ; Styles to suit the
most fastidious. Come and see for
yourself at
No. 7
I IRST STREET,
!
M
7o. 10
OB iTHlFiT,
Wholesale and Retail
DRY GOODS.
Our second purchase this fall of everything in oiir
line that is
New, Rich
AV9
DESIRABLE,
Has now arrived, among which will be found a
complete assort men t of
Plain French Merinos,
Fancy French Merinos,
Fancy French Cashmers,
Plain and Fancy Delains all Wool,
And all the New Styles of
RICH WINTER DRESS GOODS.
Also a splendid line of eiegant
Black Cloth Cloaks,
SCARLET AND BLUE CLOAKS.
CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS,
RUGS,
WINDOW SHADES,
Window Hollands,
Curtain Damasks,
LACE CURTAINS,
Curtain Fixtures
CURTAIN CORNICES;
And almost everything in the
HOUSE FURNISHING LINE
my20.lv .TAQX'KSS &. FRENCH,
No. 10 First Street. Kvangy Ue.
WINTER DRY GOODS.
SCHAPKEE & BUSSING
AM KECEIVING THEIR SECOND
ifn7Url "e.fan and ,r,nter fry Ooode, Mil
linery, Carpets, Ac.
ving temporarily fitted up our basement for
the Baleandstoreidgof our large stock, which we
are now- receiving, we respectfully ask our numer
ous customers to li.r. i. . .
snort time until we can make a more suitable room
for every body to trade with us.
SCHAPKER A BUSSING,
OC1"0 No. 49 Main street.
MANTUA MAKING.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
CLOAK, MANTILLA
AND
ess ACAlJaLlxig;.
MSS. ELIZA SPEIOIEBEEG.
TN THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON '
First Street, hasjnst received fresh supplies ,'
from the East, of the richest fabrics, and Is now 1
nrenared to ncit. nn f., t.r.i..,- .,n .k..
' "I terms. Cloaks, Mantlas, aretes, and Ssoqsjs
of the bast material and of the most beautiful
styles.
t .War s..ck is su :.;'..;... tlwt with the assist
. iioi of the moat competent Dress and Cloak
makers iu the coufftry, she is able to defy all com-
petltors in both stye and prices.
Mrs. Spiegelberg also has bought a large as
sortment of Silk. Head Dresssea, Hair Braids and
Curls, Leans' Po- ket llandkerchiefa of ever) style
""" many otn-r articles n t the couve- 1
nlenru ofthf I.-i.li.H. ..f . . .. t.,
i numerous to mentioH. !
The Ixt Sewing Macliiuea of Grover A Baker
manufactory Tor taiuily use, for sale by j
Mrs. ELIZA 8PIEGELBEBO,
No. 13 first Street bet Main aud Second. I
V I
COLLECTOR'S SALE.
'"'li t IS HKIURi GIVEN THAT I, WIL
LIAM G. BIEPPLE, Collector of the City of
Evttnsviile. hetwee:! tie huurs of 9 sod 12 o'clock
A. SI and :i and ft o'clock P. M., on MONDAY
THE 23d OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 13C3, WfQ se
al Public Auction, at the door of the Court Hons
in the City ot Evansville, Indiana, the follnwin
Lots, parts ot Lots and parcels of Real Estate
and Improvements, assessed for the payment o
City Taxes for the year 1813, due from the owness
thereof to tue City of Evansville said Taxes being
now doe and uiifnid and for the costs of said
sale; and ihat said sale will lie eoutinned on the
next day thereafter, vis: on Tnesdav, tne 24th day
of Novemlwr, 18C3. at 2 o'clock P. M , at the door
of the Court House in Ev.iosville, for the purpose
of selling such property as may have b.eu sold
on the day first above menticnedand no. paid for :
ORIGINAL PLAN.
Blackford, Isaac, heirs, lot 1 .....
Caaelh rry, Hiram, e l.f of lot :V
51 30
7 M M
Itelh r, D C, lot 25 70 25
DONATION ENLARGEMENT.
Carpenter, A B, lot 221 .$11 4.
Keller D C, 11 w hf of lot 221 ' .... 13 M
Sherwood A Burtis, s e two-thirds of lot 183. 08 73
hetler. II y, ne one-third of lot 217 ... 5 06
do "-42x75 feet alley end of lot 231 10 53
do lot 233 27 00
CPPEB ENLARGEMENT
Aikman Win M, ioxloO feet middle one
third of lot 3 $U 14
DiarKiora. l.ae, lieirs, lot 7.. 40 60
...do".
ao- I 40 50
Jo...l2.. 33 75
do...l3 32 40
do...l7 31 05
-do... 18 29 70
do...25 32 40
-do ...27.. 32 40
do...49 29 70
do...51 28 as
do....r)2 t 28 35
do. ..56 27 00
do...58 27 00
do.... "53 27 00
,. do...90 25 Co
fractional lot 11 33 T
do....
fo
.., do
do
. -...do
do
...do
do
do
do
do.
do
do
do
do ont-lnt 1 74 2;
Brwr, Anthony. iUisnbd of out-lot 3 '.. 11 81
Walker, JasT, 13th subd of Lister'sout-lot 2 3 71
LOWER ENLARGEMENT.
Baker, William, undivided bf of 3S7 feet of
wharf property b low Division street. $81 00
Bial, Samuel, sehrofn whfoflotS 16 20
D C Keller, s w hf of lot 15 2 en
do 25ixl4K ft s e fcide of lot 14 15 80
do I'ndividHd two-thirds of 287 ft of
wharf, beginning at the s e line of Leet
street, lying tetween Water street and
tli- Ohio river, ruuning toward Pise
street 287 It g qo
Shuiiklin, John, se hf of lot 4.........'.......... 29 to
EASTERN I.VLAlturHEKT
Burtis. Edward, lot 1, Mock 6 .....$13 5rt
- ao a.,... is lo...ftO
do do .14 do. ..52
Carpenter, A B. lot 4: ..!....!!...
do uo..5 do? 19
- do do 12 do 21.....'.'.'."
Clement, Converse, lot 5, block 34
do do. ...do...34
do do. 7...do...34
Earley, Roln-rt, lot 2 block 11
dc d--.3-....,do..ll......"."".'...'"
do do. ..4 do.. 11 . . , ,'
.do do ...t do. .26
de do ... 1 5. ,du. .51
do do... 16.. ..do.,51 .
Early A Garvin, lot 8 block 22
do lot 9...do...24 . ., ,
..do lot 5...do...32...
i lot 15..do...S8 .""
do lot 14..do...48
Garvin, Thomas E , lot 8, block 17 ."
do undivided hf of lot hwt '
4 73
8 44
1 35
1 49
3 71
5 44
5 40
5 40
38 48
4 Ti
4 73
4 73
C 41
41
3 38
3 38
6 75
6 75
4 05
7 76
2 70
Lant, George lot 10 block 22 10 13
.. do lot lC...io.-.45
1 49
Laut & Bro , lot 19, block 40...
do lot 1 do...4 '.
Neff. P,-ter let 2. .do.:.31
do lot 20 do...51
do lot 9 do...55
Oakley. James, lot 12...do...l9 -
O'BUey, P G, lot 6 do.47
Sherwood, Marcus, lot 12, block ff .
do lot 10 Ao..A7......
12 16
2 03
6 08
8 10
6 75
2 03
1 69
2 70
1 69
swcKtrau, ui 11, lot 27 do..9
4 05
v aiK.er,
Wm n, lot 9 do...36 45 63
BAKER'S ADDITION.
Carpenter, A B, lot 10, block 2 $ j 16
'-..-..do lot 11 do....2 ' 2 16
ao 101 1 0O....4
do lot 22 -de. ...4
LAMASCO.
Anthes, M R, lot 9, block 106. .
do lot 10...do...l06
Baker. Win,... lot 15...do... 23..
do lot 16. ..do... 23....
do .lot 17...do... 23
do.....lot IX. ..... 23
Hi.rtis. John... lot 27 .d.. 55
, do lot 28.d6.. 55 j , ...
Carpenter, A B lot 8...do...l01
d...lot...9...do...l01
i!o...lot 12...do...l30
..-do. ..lot 8...do...ia5
do.lot 7...do.135
doi.lot 17;..do...l71
d.lot 18..do...l71.
Emrlsy, Robert, lot 31, block HI.
do ..do...32 ..do....20
do do... 14 do... 47. "
do....v...:do...5. do... 54
do do.21 do. . 54 3
do do. ..3! do... 54 ..."
...do .do... 8 do 75 Z.'.
do do... 3 do 82
do s e or of 1 . 4
Keller, D C,...lot... 1 do. . 74.
.. 2 03
.. 2 03
.$ 3 30
.. 3 00
60
60
.. 1 20
so
- 6 00
.. 3 00
. 2 40
.. 2 40
.. 3 60
. 1 50
. 1 60
. 1 68
. 1 20
60
90
. 1 32
. 1 CO
. 1 80
. 1 80
. 2 10
. 6 40
. 6 60
. 3 30
. 3 00
. S 00
3 60
. 2 88
. 6 CO
Jo do... 3 do. ...74
do do 4 do....74 !!
do do... 6 do. ...74
do e of lot 6..do. 74..."'..""."".
dc lut 13 do. ...83
Miller, Christian. lot29 do....35.
Ao .do...30...do..25 -
1 20
1 20
.do do. ..31. ..do... 25.... 1 o
--do do 6...UO..I115 ." 3 00
-do do ... 7...do..l05 3 00
do do ...5...do..l39 ' 1 on
"l uo ....2...uo..i;i5
Wheebjr, H Q,...do....3.do...30
do do...l7...do... 54 .Z"
do do. ...3...do... 80
do do. ...4...do ...80 '.'.
do do. ... 4...do..l30 ""
do. ...... ..do. ...f...do..l50
FOURTH ENLARGEMENT
Baker, William, lot 12, block 1
do lot 13 do...l . '
4 20
8 10
6 30
..... 11 10
.... 3 60
.... 4 60
....$ 3 30
6 10
.... 2 40
.... 2 40
. 4 80
.... 3 60
. 3 60
6 10
4 50
... 6 90
.... ?.
do lot. ..8 do...6...
do lot...5 do 20
do lot...6 do 20
Carpeuter, A B, lot. .3 do.9
do lot...4 doJ .
do lot ll.,....do 16
do lot 12 .3o 16
do lot 13 do 16
do lot 13 do 17
Clements, Converse, lot 32, block 13
do n wqrof lot 10, block 14
do. lot 11, block 14
Ueitz, John A, lot 4 block 7. ""
do lot 6...do... 7
Wheeler, H (J,...ljt l...do...l0 . ,
STOCKWELLL'S ENLARGEMENT
6 40
90
3 60
6 60
16 20
3 60
Carpenter, A B, lot 1, block 2 $4 go
do lot 2do 2 ,, ,, , 4 20
do fractional lot 3, block 1 , ' g 40
lo lot 5, block 2 ."."" 4 20
do lot 6 do...2 4 50
do lot 10 .. do...2. 2 5 10
do lot ll.do.2 L"6 10
do lot 12...do...2 5 40
do lot 13 ...do... 2. i 5 40
So lot 15...do...2 5 70
do lot 16 ...do...2 , 6 70
do lot 17 ...do.2 24 60
- do lot 1 ... do...6 4 50
do of lot 13, block 9 1 9
do lot 14, block 2 64
do lot 15 ... do..J e M
-do lot 16... do...9 ... 2 64
lot 17 ...do.. 9....
... 2 64
lot 18... do-9
lot 19 .:. do...
lot 20 ... do...9
2 64
.2 64
. 2 64
2 64
.3 00
. 2 64.
. 2 64
.2 64
. 3 00
2 64
.2 64
.2 64
. 2 64
. 1 32
IS 20
. 9 00
. 1 60
. 6 60
3 30
, 1 68
lot 21 ...do...9
do lot 22 ... do. ..9.
do lot 23...do...9
.do lot 24...do...9
do lot 25 ... do... 9
. do lot 26 ... do...9 1
do lot 27 ... do...9
do lot 28 ... do 9
do lot 29 ... do...9
do lot 30 ... do...9
do lot 31 . do...9 ..
do fractional lot 3, block 13
Garvin, Thomas E, lot 28, block 19...
Igleheart, Asa, ne of lot 24, block 19....
do lot 25, block 19
Nurre, Bernard, lot 27, block 14
do aw of lot 28, block 14.
GREEK'S ENLARGEMENT.
Early, Robert, lot 8, block 3 1 50
do lot 9....do...J 1 60
... .do lot I0..do...J 1 50
do lot 11 .do..3 t 10
Garvin, Thomas E, lot 12, block 6 1 68
do lot 13, block S 1 68
do Iot 14, block 5 1 8
SHARPE'S ENLARGEMENT.
Babcock, H O, lot 5, block 8 i 50
.do let I Q0...I3 4 y-i
Jones, Joshua, heirs, lot 20, block 15 90
do ao Zl. do .15 . 3 30
.... -do do 22.... do ...15 1 90
Wheeler, H Q, iot 14, block 11 1 20
NORTHERN ENLARGEMENT.
Hnglies, William, lot 11. block 8 1 5a
Iglehrurt, Asa, lot 15, block 5 i j, 5 70
do do 16, block 5 2 10
Jones, Joshua, heirs, lot 10, block 8 3 90
CARPENTER PLACE.
uarpenier, A 11, lot 5. Mock X
4 20
4 20
4 20
.540
5 40
4 80
4 80
4 80
....252 00
do do C do. ..3
, do do 7 do. .3
do do 8 do...3. .
Keller, D C, lot 1, block 4 '
do flo...2 .dc.4 ,
do do ...3 do. ..4
do.......do..,4 do...4 ."
Merritt John J, block 1
WILLIAM G. BCEPPLE.
Coll.ctor.
u
NOTICE.
I
WANT SOME SMART
lalorers, wh arewillinir to work. 10 Air Coal
at the Bodiam Mines. I can also siveemDlov-
K",
Li7h ,,
" nU. .
ment to some Coal Diggers, at good paying rstes.
miner c..n maKe Irom S7o to per montn,
i-i.ect f itta.it emolovn" nt through the
winter and kpriug. After a little experience
laborers can earn rrom to H per uay
Apply iatasediatejy at my office, on Water Street,
hetWr.-n Main aud Svcamore, or at the Mine.
oafii JOHN WYMOND.
Notice of Application
License.
for
pVTOTIGE IS UEKEBV GIVEN THAT I WILL
IX apply to the Bojird ol County Commissioner,
ol Vsudarbark County, at their next tern. 1
01 j lTTBiiaT nert term
m.., - lii l. , l 1 '"m, com-
for license to s.-ll intoxicating liquorsi f
fSBuatity lhau a -luar:, for the term of one vJLr
My pUwe or doing business is on ThirH kTIL.
between Main and Sycamore on lots No ift J
130. Old Plan oTth. i' Si No' 12a
do
-..do
do
do
do
oo-28w3w "'Braw'iS
60
HENRY SCHAEFER

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