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Evansville daily journal. (Evansville, Ind.) 1863-1866, November 23, 1863, MORNING EDITION, Image 2

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FOR LEASE
TOO LEASE THE BEST OXOOCCPIKD
A business corner in the city, the next below
Slain Street.
I will lease for a long term of years a corner
Lot, fronting 26 feet (or 32 feet running to the
American House) on the riTer by 107 feet fronting
on Sycamore street.
Also, two lots fronting 21 feet (i inches on Syca
more street by 50 feet "in depth. One of said lots
comers on the alley, back of Bcment and Viele's
Store For terms apply to
ovVT MRS. O. E. LEWIS.
FOR SALE.
TXR SALE A FARM OF 40 .ACRES, L0
F CAT EI' about 4 miles from the city ; in high
stte of cultivation ; of the best soil, Fraain House,
good fences: on reasonable terms. Apply to
JACOB 81NZICH A 8031,
nov23 Water bet. Sycamore and Tine.
FOB SALE Tin: FOLLOWING LOTS OS
reasonable terms, in Huston's Addition:
Lots 16, 1", 18, 10,20 and 21, fronting 166 foet on
Division Street ; Lots 37, H, and 39, fronting f 0
fret on Elm Street; Lots 4s, 48, and 50, fronting
50 feet on Third street. Apply to
nov20-4t TUOS. E. ARVIN
Third Street.
FIRST STREET LOT FOR SALE.-feet
front by 15o feet deep, on First Street, op.
I -it- Mosart Hall, will be sold at a bargain.
Apply to THOS. E. GARVIN, Third St.
noTl8-4t
House and Lot for Sale.
ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE RESI
DENCES in the city lor sale; in complete
order, containing ten Rooms with Cuamlaliers and
Bracketts for Gas, two brick Cisterns, Stable,
Wood, Coal and Out-Homes, a good dry brick
Cellar 18 ieet - , well lighted.
Tha Honse is wood heavy oak framo stands
back 40 feet from the street, leaving a beautiful
front yard. Coi Der Lot 75 by SOS MSft, enclosed
with a good substantia fence. Corner of 0:ik and
Water streets, above tho residence of Robert
Barnes. Esq. Enquire of
octlO-tf CHARLrS BABCOCK,
No. 8 Main S'reet.
FOR SALE LOTS 15 AND 16, BLOCK 51,
in the Eastern Enlargement of the city of
Eranavillo, u t hmrgnin. Mnfnir of
nov3tf ASA IC.LEnEABT.
iOR SALE A TWO STORY BUICK DWEL
LING, containing nine rooms, a good celler,
and cistern, and out-buildings, together
with the lot on which it is situated. Said lot is
situated on Second Street, the next square above
Mr. R. Raleigh's dwelling. Said lot fronts 62
feet on Second street, and runs back 150 feet to an
allev. The lot is high and well improved. For
terms apply to 0. E. LEWIS.
nov2tf
THIS FARM IS LOCATED ONE 3IILE
from Golcouda, Pope County, Illinois! is in
a high state of cultivation, with one of the finest
views of the Ohio river of any on its hanks. It
contains abont one hundred and forty acres:
good dwelling: ami out-hones; a fine Peach and
Apple Orchard, all Grafted choice fruit of about
1,000 Tree, and Nurserv of 7,000 or 8,000 Trees, all
fine Grafted Frr.it. Will be sold at a great bar
gain, or exchanged for city property.
For foil particulars enquire of w. E. Stockton,
on the premises, or Each. Taylor of this city.
oc27-4w
FOR RENT.
TO RENT A LARGE FOUR STORY BRICK
Building on Main Street, between First and
Second. Apply to novl9-lw J. P. BYRNE.
LOST.
JF THE PERSON WHO PICKED CP A GOLD
Watch on Main street, near Emory's Shoe store
and inquired the value of the same at Geisaler's
Jewelry Store, will leave it at this office, he wiil
be rewarded, and no questions asked.
nov21-3t
FOUND.
FOUND A FUR CAPE OR COLLAR,
which the owner can have by calling at this
office aud describing property. r.ov!6
WANTS.
WANTED. A few hundred dollars of " Kirk-t-t's
Checks " wanted to fill an order, at the
Saving's Bank, No. 4. First street. oc!30
MONDAY..
..NOVEMBER 23
M. THAYER,
JT. S. gILVERTHORN,...
Editor.
..Associate.
COMPOSITOR WANTED.
find steady employment by
applying immediately at
this office.
NEWS SUMMARY.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Morning Report. Saturday morn
ing's dispatches contain little of an ex
citing nature The French have been
buying $4,000,000 of gold in the city of
New York, which partly accounts for the
recent advance in that commodity
The Indiana State Agent, Rev. Mr.
Montfort, has received a letter fromsthe
rebel commissioner, Oald, stating that
the provisions and clothing forwarded
to the Indiana prisoners at Rich
mond, shall be faithfully delivered A
proposition has been made to the rebels
to release the newspaper correspondents
confined at Richmond for an equal num
ber of rebel civilians confined at Wash
ington Advices from the Army of the
Potomac represent everything quiet.
The guerillas have been engaged in pick
et shooting near Warrenton, and the
Federal officers notify the citizens of
that place, if picket shooting is not
stopped they will burn it. A scouting
party of Federal cavalry captured a fine
herd of cattle in the vicinity of Sperry
ville. The rebels are reported strength
ening their works on the Rapidan A
New Orleans letter announces the seiz
ure of all the cotton in that city, by order
of the U. S. District Attorney, on the
ground that it had been purchased from
rebeIs The President and other
prominent gentlemen in Washington are
said to be devoting their attention to the
bi4iQiitiQ.XQ adopted to brinj; back
the rebel States tnTTi fltu uinuiin ,
President is maturing a plan of his own
which, it is supposed, will bring the truant
States back minus the institution of
slavery.
Noon Report. From New York we
have additional particulars from the Rio
Grande Expedition. The rebels pitched
the guns of Fort Brown into the river,
and set fire to the town of Brownsville,
a part of which was consumed. The
cotton which belonged to the Confede
rate Government was ferried across the
river; that belonging to individuals was
fired. The 94th Illinois hoisted their
flag over Brownsville, on Thursday the
5th, and it was speedily joined by Gen.
Banks with seven other regiments
From the Rapidan we have nothing of
interest. The rebels are active. They
attempted to surprise one of our regi
ments on Friday but were discovered
and circumvented From Pittsburg
we have cheering indications of another
rise in the river.
Our Saturday evening dispatches con
firm previous reports that Meade had oc
cupied Madison CL H., and further an
nounces that his cavalry had got into the
rear of Lee's army Xo fears seem to
be entertained at Headquarters of the
army for the safety of Burnside, acd
even it is said all anxiety has been dissi
pated, from which we infer that rein
forcements have reached him Gen.
Banks entered Brownsville on the 5th,
the rebels fleeing from the town after
destroying all they could not carry off
A series of revolutions occurred in Mata-
moras soon after Banks' arival at
Brownsville, to which he wisely ave no
attention. His prospects seem to be
good, but he needs more men We
have no further news from Burnside's ;
army, which is the chief point of interest
to our people.
t&" On our first page we print an
English snob's opinion of our recent
elections. That our readers may not
mistake the article for an extract from
some of our democratic exchanges, we
credit the article to the London Herald,
the organ of the English aristocrats. The
article displays an amount of stupid igno"
ranee that fixes its paternity beyond a
doubt. None but an English snob or a
cross-roads butternut bushwhacker could
be "uiltv of such nonsense. Its false-
hoods rival its ignorance. In this, too
it might readily be mistaken for .a slash-
ing leader from some of the Copperhead ;
papers of this country, did we not place
the credit at the head of the article. The
Herald has the same opinion of our
soldiers entertained by the Boonville En
quirer; so, too, by the rebels e might
add, if we except the item of cowardice.
The rebels know our boys will fight,
while the Enquirer says they are cow
ardly. The English papers also seem to
think that their principal mission is to
overawe democratic conventions, and
keep democrats from voting. But we
have neither time nor inclination to an
swer in detail all the slanders of the
Ilerald. In one particular alone we
will correct it It asks " what soldiers
would dare vote against the candidate of
the Government?" We say thousands
of them. In Missouri the vote of the
soldiers was cast almost solid against the
candidates favored by the Administra
tion. Our soldiers are thinking as well
as fighting men. They arc independent,
notwithstanding they cheerfully submit
to the discipline of the camp.
Abuse of Soldiers,
On our first page we copy an article
from the Boonville Enquirer, insisting
that the nextDemocratc State Convention
ought to beheld at some place other than
Indianapolis. We have no objection to
Democrats holding their State Conven
tions at whatever place they prefer.
They may, also, nominate whom they
please. But we object to the reason as
signed by the Enqui: ;r for not holding
the Convention at Indianapolis. That
reason is an atrocious slander of our
noble volunteers. The Enquirer styles
them " vile, low, contemptible, cowardly,
armed, treacherous Abolitionists ; " and
insists on holding their Convention
where they will not have, " throughout
the assembly, bristling bayonets and
cowardly menials and serfs, to heap
stigmas and insults upon them. " That
the Enguirer applies these epithets to
the soldiers is evident, because, for fear
that such a construction would not be
given its language, it says further on,
" Let each and every Democrat in In
diana resolve to die before they will sub
mit to such treatment as they received at
solved that no armed soldiery shall dis
turb their deliberations, and that no
threatening cannon shall be trained up
on them to overawe and deter them. "
Now, this language intimates that
soldiers and cannon have been used for
the purpose of over-aweing Democratic
conventions. The insinuation is false
and malicious. No Democratic conven
tion has ever been " over-awed " by sol
diers. The convention held at Indiana
polis last May was an assemblage of
armed traitors. They did not come to
gether for a peaceful purpose. Every
act of the crowd indicated that they
were "spi4ing for a muss." Failing,
however, during the day in accomplish
ing the object of their visit to the capi
tal, they commenced firing their revolvers
indiscriminately through the city as the
trains on the different roads started
homeward in the evening. Then it was
that steps were taken to disarm the
crowd, which was consummated with but
little difficulty. That was all the inter
ference with the Democratic convention
that occurred. An armed mob was dis
armed to prevent them from shooting
helpless women and children, one or two
of whom were struck by balls fired from
the trains as they passed out of the
city.
Yet, Mr. Blewett dares to call the men
who have abandoned comfortable homes
to endure the hardships of war who
have taken their lives in their hands to
protect the very State, county and town
which his paper disgraces we say he
dares to call these noble men " vile
low, contemptible, cowardly, armed,'
treacherous abolitionists," " cowardly
menials and serfs." The day is not far
he would willingly give his right arm, that
he had not penned so cowardly and in
famous a slander.
The Confederate Democracy. A
credible gentleman of this city who has
just returned from Green county, informs
us that while in Linton, Green county
on Thursday, he heard numbers of per
sons, declaring they preferred Jeff. Da
vis to Abe. Lincoln; that he saw many
persons drink, (water, they had no
whisky, poor fellows,) to the health of
Jeff. Davis, not as they said they had
special liking for Jeff, but they believed
ia the freedom of speech. He said this
feeling seemed to be universal, as no
dissenting voice was heard.
The Democracy of Green county
draws its inspiration from the Sullivan
Democrat, Terre Haute Journal, and
Vincennes Sun, and from such men as
Dan. Voorhees, Jiayless W. Hanna,
Sam. Hamill, and Andy Humphrey.
What shining patriots they are!
Unkind. The Booneville Enquirer
hoists the name of Joseph E. McDonald
for Governor. Just one week afterwards
that gentleman published a letter, de
clining the position. The Enquirer's
compliment is liable to suspicion.
There have been various reasons
assigned by the Democrats for their de
feat. But the New York Ledger gives
the true reason in a grave editorial. It
says the Democratic defeat resulted from
"a collocation of circumstances."
8r The rebels and the abolitionists
are rejoicing alike over the defeat of the
democracy ol the North They neithpr
oiu: want the Union restored. Sullican
Democrat.
The tone of the rebel papers did not
indicate any joy over the defeat of the
Confederate democracy of the North.
On the contrary, a universal wail of des
pair went up from the whole Confederate
Democracy of the South at the defeat of
Vallandigham and 1heir other coadjutors
in the North. Nor have we seen any
signs of rejoicing on the port of Wendell
Phillips, Lloyd Garrison and the other
abolitionists, at the defeat of those who
had united with them in denouncing and
villifying the Administration and the
earnest Union men of the country.
The Southern press was unanimous in
the declaration that the last hope but
one of the Confederacy was blsted, by
the defeat of the conservative or really
Confederate Democracy of the North.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DIED.
On Saturday morning, November 2lst, of Ty
phoid pneumonia, Mrs. SARAH PARKER, wife
of Edward Parker, aged 37 years.
Slie lived a Christian. She was roady and recon
ciled to die, and has " entered into rest."
FOR MEMPHIS.
rpHE FINE PASSENGER STEAMER
PRAIRiEiJiS ROSE,
Jirmn Master,
I eaves Tuesday, the 21th, at 4 o'clock p. m. For
freight or passage apply to JNO. B. HALL,
nov23 Agent.
NOTICE.
8imon Gutnbcrts
Before Ben. Stinson, Justice
of the Peace.
John Munr and
A. T. Whittlesey,
Garnishee.
IT APPEARING BY THE RETURN OF THE
Constable made h rein that said M tier is not a
residsut of the State of Indiana, the said Muer is
therefore hereby notified to appear lo mm in
said action at my office, in the city of Evansville,
on the 15th day of December, IXtiS, at 9 o'clock
A. a., or the same will bo determiued in fail ab
sence. BEN. STINSON,
nov23-3tw Justice of the Peac.
TOYS & FANCY GOODS.
Toys and Fancy Goods
AT
Wholesale and Retail.
rpH LARGEST AND BKST B10CK
OF
J Toys and Fancy Cods will lie found ut
WARREN & CONYNGTON'S,
No. 1 Main Street.
Ilaviug bought our stark at fir-it hands we will
duplicate Cin.-hii-Ati Mils. We invite th- trade
to call and look through our establishment.
Every iiiiinaginaliie kind of
TOYS Tin, Wood, Iron, &c.
DOLLS Of all sizes and kinds Wax,
Linen, China, Paper and Wood.
MACHINE TOYS Steamboats,
Monitors, Engines, Carriages, &c.
India Rubber Toys,
Rocking and Spring Horses,
Wagons, Carts, Sleighs,
Yelocipedoes and Children's Cabs.
Baskets of all kinds,
China Tea Sets and Figures.
Beautiful Christmas Presents for
Ladies or Gentlemen of the most ex
quisite workmanship a line of goods
Pearl and Silver Card Cases,
New and Beautiful Portmonies,
Velvet and French Kid, Steel
Trimmed Bags and Wire Purses,
Cornucopias, Paper Boxes, &c,
for Candies ;
Wax Candles and Moss for Christ
mas Trees ;
Musical Goods of every kind
always on hand :
MELODEONS,
VIOLINS,
OTXitVXs . IF'lTi.tojs;
ACCORDEONS,
MUSICAL BOXES, &c., &c.
WARREN & CONYNGTON.
nov21-2ra
FURS! PURS !! FURS !! !
WE ARE NOW REGEIVING A VERY
large and well assorted stock of Ladies' and
Misses's fancy Furs, comprising in part the fol
lowing: Sable, Misk, Russian Fitch, Stone Mar
tin Fisher, Lynn, German Fitch, Siberian Squir
rel, Ermine, Genet. Swans Down, and fur trim
mings of every descriptions, Gentlemen's Fur
Collars aud 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
tho lowest.
HATS AND CAPS.
Our stack of Hats and Caps for Men and Boy's, is
now complete, having just been replenished with
the very latest Winter styles, gotten up with care
under our own supervision.
MISSES' FELT HATS.
Latest New York styles.
INFANT'S HATS.
Fancy and plain, a very lage assortment,
new styles.
AH
FANCY CAPS,
Of which we are receiving a splendid assortment.
YAL TIER A MARCONNIER,
No. 39 Main Street.
NEW SONGS.
. II u. .....
a. uew ana neauuiui gong.
OUR GOOD SHIP SAILS TO-NIGHT
I'M BLIND.
JENNIE. MY LOVE.
KISS ME GOOD-NIGHT MOTHER.
WINNIE, DARLING, I'LL BE WAITING
ASK IE I LOVE THEE.
THE BANNER OF THE STARS.
I'M LONELY TO-NIGHT.
The above songs are all new and good, and for
sale at WAR BEN A CONYNGTON'S
nov7 No. 1 Main Street, Evansville.
DRUGS, &c
WM. H. P. STODDARD,
So. 17 Main Street,
:evansvixi.e, IND.
TO ARTISTS A mbrotype and Photograph
stock of every description, including Came
ras, Chemicals, Cases and Frames ; a large varietv
constantly ou hand and for sale at reasonable
prices at
WM. H. P. STODDARD'S, 17 Main street.
SODA ASH AND CONCENTRATED LYE
for making Soap. A superior article just re
ceived at 17 MAIN STREET.
HOSTETTER'S PLANTATION BITTERS and
German Bitters, together with a grit variety
of Patent Medici i..-. at 17 MAIN STREET,
PURE-AND UNADULTERATED CRE M
Tarter for family use; also 8oda and Spices
pore, at 17 MAIN STREET.
COCOINE, AMBROSIA, kXthTrIOn7YrT
CAPHEROU3, Zylabalsamum, and all the
best preparations for the Hair at
WM. H. P. STODDARD'S.
COAL OIL AND BUBNING FLFID BY THE
gallon or barrel ut
17 MAIN STREET.
PRINTERS INK, BLACK AND COLORED,
A in small cans Wade's manufacture for sale
fTWDARpl7MainJtreet.
LASbaX'.P CUPSEYS, GLOBES AND
-i-i Shades , a large and varied assortment at
- 17 MAIN STREET.
WIZZARD OIL THE OLDORIGINAL
kind ; a supply just received at
STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
BY THE E. W. LINE.
Exclusively for the Journal.
Washington Items.
The French Operating in Gold Indl
svnlans at Richmond to be Pr jvided
for oi r spondenl to be aet at
Liberty All quiet on the Rapidan
Seizure of Cotton at New Orleans
President occupied with the Ques
tion of Reconstruction.
New York, Nov. 21. The World
says the French war steamer Milan has
just arrived at this port from Vera Cruz
via Havana, will return directly to the
former port, having been ordered to
New York, expressly to take out to
Mexico four millions of gold purchased
in this city on account of the Govern
ment by the firm of Belmont & Co.
The World's dispatch says:
The Indiana State Agent reached here
to night, from Fort Monroe, bringing
with him a letter from Commissioner
Ould, in reply to one of his own, stating
that th" rebel authorities will promtly
receive and deliver to all Indiana sol
diers "in the Confederacy, all clothing
and supplies which may be forwarded
to them, and for which he, Ould, will
give due notice to the Indiana authori
ties from time to time, as such may be
delivered and accounted for.
A proposition has been made to the
Richmond authorities to release uncon
ditionally, without parole or exchange,
all newspaper correspondents in prison.
prnviiWl n. similar release of civilians is
made here.
Advices from the front to-night state
that no collision has yet occurred. The
rebels have made no new demonstrations
within a day or two, but seem to be still
strengthening their earthworks.
A New Orleans letter to the Herald,
of the 14th, says: Yesterday the United
States Marshal and his deputies seized
all the cotton now in New Orleans. The
seizure was made by order of Mr. Rufus
Waffles, the United States District Attor
ney. Rumor says the seizure was made
on information derived from secret par
ties, that most of the cotton now in store
and in transit was purchased from dis
loyal parties, and that before it can be
released the present owners must prove
that the parties from whom they pur
chased are loyal to the United States.
The Herald has the following from
the Army of the Potomac:
The guerrillas around Warrenton, hav
ing fired on our pickets quite frequently
of late, the citizens have been notified
that on the first recurrence of picket
shooting Warrenton will be shelled.
Brandy Station, Nov. 20. A squad
ron of the 6th New Vork and 3d Vir
ginia cavalry, Buford's command, under
Capt. Conger, of the latter regiment,
made a reconnoissance yesterday in the
direction of Sperryville, and captured a
rebel herd of 232 cattle, 14 horses and
15 herdsmen.
Washington, Nov. 20. The attention
ol the fresident and more prominent
members of the Cabinet, and other prom
inent gentlemen, has been largely given
of late to the consideration of important
questions connected with the recall to
the Union of the truant Southern States,
several of which may soon be knocking
at the door. The precise course to be
adopted is not yet determined. Several
theories claim the President's ear, but
he is actively engaged in maturing a
practical plan by which to secure re
union upon the only practical basis
the basis of freedom and equality before
the law for all. The recent utterances
cently issued to Vepre'serrtri'"3 1
Government in districts of the South
now in our possession, leave no doubt
that the policy of the administration is to
permit none of the vagrant States to
come back with a slave Constitution is
fixed upon. The present discussion re
lates to the waj-3 and means to effect
this result-
Items via New York.
Particulars of Banks' Expedition
Activity Among tbe Rebels on the
Kapidan-They attempt a Surprise,
but fail.
New York, Nov. 21. A Tribune let
ter from Brazos, Texas, Nov. 8th says:
On the arrival of Banks' Expedition be
ing known, rebel sympathizers threw the
guns of Fort Brown into the Rio Grande
and burned a portion of the dwellings
... ....U...UU uciuMgiug iu me union
ists in possession of the place.
The rebels took the cotton on the Tex
as side across the river. After ferryino
over all owned by the Confederate Gov
ernment, a general destruction of the
cotton remaining took place.
The 94th Illinois regiment raised their
flag over Brownsville on Thursday at 10
o'clock A. M.
Banks arrived soon after.
At last accounts seven regiments had
arriuu mere.
The Times' special from the Army of
the Potomac of the 20tb, says:
The enemy's movement "on Wednes
day seems to have been a concerted plan
along the whole front to ascertain our
position. A force of infantry crossed a
short distance below Raccoon Ford and
attempted to cut off the 1st Michigan
cavalry, but Major Brewer discovered
them before the Jattack could be made.
The enemy crossed the river during
the night and exposed themselves just at
dawn. After skirmishing nnp nr turn
hours, and finding their plans discovered;
they returned to the opposite bank.
KlTer and Weather.
risen o inches. Now 0 feet 10 Indies in
the channel. Weather cloudy. Ther
mometer 48. Barometer 29 30'.
Pittsburg, Nov." 21. River 6 feet 6
inches by the pier mark and stationarv.
Rained all night and to-dav.
GROCERIES.
HENRY L
Dealer in
U T Z ,
IES
P R O V I S I
O N S.
wor. tnesnnt Street and tbe Canal
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
J HAVE IlETUBNED HOME FROM THE
army, and am re uly to see my old customers,
aud the public Kenerally, at the old stand.
The highest market price paid for PRODUCE.
I am also prepared to accommodate people attend
ing Market with board and lodginc, an.l will also
tako enre of their horses and wakens, havinz a
good .table aud w .gua-yard. My Bar is also open
for rustonuT. ,i . tttt
octG-lwd&lmw MOT.
Jamuel E. Gilbert. William R. Bakkb
8. E. GILBERT & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Sycamore Street, bet. Water and First,
. , EVASSVILLE, IKD.
EL?. TrY?":' of a lway. en hand,
nd for sale at tbe lowest prices.
NOTICE.
rpHE riEM Or J. H. KAOBR OO WM
X dissolved on the gftft of September last bv
the death of Job., II Maghee. The bnalaJST wlH
be settled up by the surviving partner
Novembers 18W. O- MAGHEE.
NEW FIRM.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE
tbe wholesale Dry Goods business under the
style of G. Magbei 4 Co., at the old stjiud on First
street. OILLISON MAGHEE,
NICHOLAS M. GOODLETT
November 2, 1863.
DRUGGISTS.
BBIUGHTON & WOOD.
CRESCENT CITY DRUG STOUE.
DrUgS, Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, Varnish,
Window Glass,
Sand Paper,
Perfumery, Soaps,
Coal Oil, Lamps,
Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax,
Patent Medicines,
Dye Stuffs.
Sole Agents for Whit
tle! H's Pile nnrft.
TTT"R
FAMILY P STORE
WM. E. HALLOCK,
Druggist and Apothecary,
NO. 10, FIRST STREET, NEAR POST OFFICE,
Has just received another largo and splendid as
sortment of
Pure Drugs, , Medicines,
Chemicals, Fancy Articles,
Perfumeries, Pomades,
Brushes, Combs,
Toilet Articles, -aps,
Flavoring Extrits, &c, &c
Brandies and Wines, for Medical
Purposes.
All the Approved Patent Medicines kept rou
Jtantly on hand and for sale at North American
rices.
3 Particular attention paid to the compounding
f prescriptions at all hoars.
WM. E. HALLOCK,
No. lOSoath First Street, near Post Office,
nov27 Evansville. 1 nd.
TINWARE.
B. MESKER
Wo. 72
MAIN STREET,
Would inform his numerous custo-
mers and
mat i.
the public in general
on the 1st of next January.
In order to do so, he intends to
offer his entire Stock, consisting
in part of
STOVES,
TINWABE,
Brittana - Ware
AND
J APANNED-WARE, &c,
At Cost for Cash Only,
Without any Respect or Persons
Whatever,
NvSL TnE TIMK TO PUOCUKE BAK
trAIJNfe in mv line of lm.ii,,... ti. .k
call first will have the beat stock to select from
J. B. MESKEK
N. B. All those owin. m sm i-..
mm cn ana seme tueir hills at once without
delav.
oct21-2ni
MACHINEST.
CUIIISTIA KRATZ. W!,. H K I LM AM.
KRATZ & HEILMAN,
City Foundry,
Manufacturers and Builders of
Steam Engines and Boilers,
Saw and Grist Mill Ma
chinery, Tobacco Screws,
Gumming; Machines,
Chinese Jiugar Cane
Mills,
TnnERTiriro maptttvrs &a
AWSViLLK, IND.
pHE PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY FOUND
, ry, K,eTe to inform their friends and tha
kTn'l8CofU S6nea,, that the are Prepared to do all
Machine & Finishing Work
And everything appertaining to the Foundry bua
,aef: ,7heJr re """lofacturing Steam Engines
and Boilers of any size and power required. Saw
Mill Machinery and Mill Gearing of any size - Dis
tillery and Mining Machinery, 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 Grates, c. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the
latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware. Doir
Irons. Ac '
Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c.
npplied with every description of Copper and
.sheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators,
Attemporatora, Sparges, 8tillheada and Worms on
an improved principle. Columns for Alcohol Stills
least Jugs Cans, Syphons, Ac. ; Copper, Lead and
Iros Pipe ; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of evcrv
variety, for Beer .Spirits, Oil, Ac. Brass Cocks and
Valves, Steara Whistles, Ac.
Workmen aunt to all parts to fit up work and do
Work 4c """" copper aud Sheet Iron
Old Metals Bought.
They are dealing In and selling Allen's Imprev
ed Steam Gnage, Wrought Iron Welded Pipes and
Tubbing Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Ma
ehines, Stephen Hughes' FlourSeparators, German
Bolting Clsth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing
mi o'?1"'" : Tinplate, Sheet Infn
Briek ' Meta1' 8Pelter-
They have every frcility of the best Machinery
and workmen, aud will give all work entrusted to
tbem, their individual attention, filling orders
promptly, warranting their work, and are satiafi-d
with reasonable price. .
rOffice and Sale Rooms, Foundry, Boiler-yard
Machine Shop on Pine street, between First and
econd streets, Evansville. Id. dec7
COMMISSION HOUSE.
W. H. II. DVOLEY,
Memphis, Tenn.
J . B. WOOOWABO,
Formerly of 8t. Louis!
.DUDLEY & CO..
Commission Merchants,
NO. 3 FRONT ROW-OBee np Stairs,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
Shipments of Produce respectfully solicited
Liberal a ivances made on shipments in store.
Uoter to Merchants of Memphis generally
novl9-3m
COLLECTOR'S
UTH'E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, WIL
LIAM G. BCEI'PLE, Collector of of the City
of Evansville, between the hours of and li
o'clock A. M. and 3 and 5oclock P. M., on TUES
DAY, th e-th of DECEMBER, A. D 1863, will
sell at Public Auction, at the door of the Court
House in the City of Evansville, Indiana the fol
lowing Lots, parts of Lois and parcels of Real
Estate, and Improvements, assessed for the pay
ment of City Taxes for the year 18G3, due from
the owuers thereof to the City of Evansville said
Taxes being now due aud unpaid and for the
costs of eaid sale; and that said sale will be con
tinued on the next day thereafter, viz, : on Wed
nesday, December :u !., 1 at - o'clock P. M.. at
the door of the Conrt House in Evansville, for the
purpose of selling snch property as may have
been sold en the day first above mentioned and
not paid for :
ORIGINAL PLAN.
Allis A Howes, 3011x100 Cet, n w side of
lot) 08
Bates, Geo., heirs, n w one-third lot 31 31 73
Cunningham, O., Mrs, Br!, of lot 0 22 US
Durham Snyder, 35x150 ft n w side of
lot 70 43 53
Goslev, Ferdinand, heirs, icj of lot 04... 21 00
Hughes, John W, BMfalfiO ft, s e side of lot
14 103 "
Hughes. John W, middle 3 of lot 31 33 08
do 25x151) teet middle part
of lot GJ 34 42
Thompson, J, heirs, 45x150 feet n w side of
tot 22.. SI 00
Trafton, Wm, heirs, 24x150 ft s e W of
lot 54 36 99
Victory, John, 21x100 feet n w side sub
div 4, of lots 21 aud 22 70 38
Weil, Leonard, 37x75 ft middle part of
lot 137 27 68
DONATION ENLARGEMENT.
Ewing, Lee, 20x70 ft, alley end of lot 152... 13 M
Love, John, lot 235 4 05
Smith, Oliver H, heirs s e lot 217 -4 73
do lot 218 13 50
UPPER ENLARGEMENT.
Hoskins, Francis, n w of lot 34 37 8 i
Read, Oliver E, lot 7, snb div of out lot 3... 13 50
Rancie, Dr, lot 14, Lister's snbdirofout
lot 2, 5 71
do lot 15 Lister's sub div ont lot 2 ... 5 71
Walker, John T, lot 13, Lister's sub div of
r" '.et '
2 03
LOWER ENLARGEMENT.
Ewing. W G & G W, n w lot 4
Scutes, Joe, hcira, lower of e '-..if lot 3
Wright, M J, 22xl00 feet fron. of lot 23
EASTERN ENLARGEMENT.
Allis & 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...
do lot 10 bk 21
do ..lot 5, do 22...
35 10
22 95
10 80
4 05
3 01
41
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2 2
3 04
3 01
3 38
3 33
3 38
4 73
5 40
do lot 10, do 24...
do lot 11,
do lot 8,
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do lot 17,
..do lot 20,
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do lot 6,
do lot 13,
do lot 8,
...do lot 1,
do lot 1,
do lot 2,
do lot 4,
do lot 6,
do lot 6,
Beacb, Nuncy lot 10,
4 73
4 39
1 60
2 30
2 30
1 0-9
4 40
4 40
4 73
6 75
2 SO
2 36
.1 04
2 70
2 70
2 02
3 04
3 38
1 09
4 05
4 i 5
8 43
10 80
11 8
2 03
67
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13 SO
13 10
5 40
5 06
4 05
10 80
7 4:;
2 03
5 40
21 26
7 43
4 05
3 04
3 04
4 39
Baker A Garvin lot 3,... do
do lot 12. ..do. ..13...
do lot T, tto It
do lot O....do...l6...
do lot 10,...do...l6...
do lot 8,...do...20 ..
do lot a a
do lot 7. ..do. ..22...
do lot 8. ..do.. ,6
do lot 12...do...48
do , .lot 13. ..do. ..48
Boyer, Elisa lot 1... do. ..53.. .
Clark, L S lot lz...do...88...
Copeland, G lot 10.do...lO. .
Foster, J W, lot 12, do. ..40
Hess, Henry, fract lot 13, block 45
do do 14 ...do. ..45
Jaq.i-ss, Francis, 4th sub div 18x75 ft of lot
4, block 37
Johnson, Alwalom, lot 5, block 9
Keley, Orville lot 7,. ..do ..40
Lamb, Wm S lot 15...do...9
do lot 16...do...9
Nobbe.Htnry lot 28...do...9 ..
Richard, Andrew, heirs, lot 7. ..do. ..27
Rockwell, ("has W, lot 3...do...44
Roelker. John U -lot 15...do...34
Roessner, George lot 2. ..do. ..39
Sanderlin, Wm, heirs, colored, lot 8, block
Shank johnTTot i" M'ock "is"!
do .?...!ot 2...do....l5 .........
do lot 3...do 15
do lot8....do....48
Simpson, IT W, lot 3...do...l4..
10 80
Taylor, Archibald, lot 10, block 0 12
Weber, Geo, heirs, lot 13, block 40 8 10
Wiegers, Christian, lot 12, block 47 1 :tii
BAKER'S ADDITION.
Allis A Walker, assignees, lot 8, block 3...
..do lot 9 do...3...
do lot 10...do...3...
do lot ll...do...3...
...do lot 12.. do.. 3...
do lot 14...do...3...
v 'lo lot 14... do. ..4...
do lot 10. ..do. ..4...
do ..t 17. ..do. ..4...
do lot 19...do...4...
do lot 20.. do...4...
do lot 21. ..do 4...
Baker A Garvin lot 23...do...4...
do lot 26...do...4...
2 02
2 03
2 fr
2 03
2 02
1 03
2 70
2 02
1 03
2 02 !
2 (t!
2 03 i
2 0.1
30 1
LAMASCO.
Allis A Walter, assignees, lot 9, block 30...
do lot 10.. .do. ..30...
do block 46...
1 80
2 10
24 00
2 10
3 00
60
2 40
1 50
1 20
1 60
1 20
1 50
4 50
3 60
do Iot4...do...l00
do Iot5...do...loo.
do lot 38...do.. 135...
4 lot tn:-ifr iWl
Brooklocker, Christian, heirs, lot 1, block
25
Brooklocker, Christian, heirs, lot 2,biock25
do Jot 17...do...25
do lot 2S...do...23
do lot 32. ..do. ..23
Burch, Wm iot 6...do...ll3
" do lot 6...do...ll3
Burtis, Edward ' hloet 1K.1
15 60
Copeland, G, lot 29, block 23 0 00
.ao lot 30. ..do.. .23 1 20
do lot I5...de...85 4 5u
do lot ll...do...86: : 5 70
do lot 5. ..do. ..128 2 70
do lot 6. ..do... 128 2 70
' do lot 7...do...l28 2 70
do lot 8...do...ll8 2 70
do lot 24... do...B5 2 10
do lot 27...do...l 2 4o
do lot 29. ..do. ..129 3 80
do block It) 18 00
Damn, Geo.'Sr, lot 3.. do...47 1 20
do.. lot 4. ..do. ..47 . 1 20
Davidson, Geo, beirs.n e lot 7, bk 76 2 70
EIACSLRR Co, lot 11, block 28 2 70
do lot 13 do... 28.
do lot 14...do...28 .
do lot 15...do...28
do lot 16...do...28 .
do lot l...do...58
do lot 2 do... 58
do lot 3. ..do... 58
......do lot 4...do...58
do lot 7...do...58
do lot 9. ..do... 58
do lot 10...do... 58
do lot ll...do...58
do lot 12...do...58
do lot 13...do...58
do lot 16...do...68 ..
do s half 2... do. ..76 '
do .. .2...do 77
do 12...do.77
do l...do...78
do 2...do...78
1 do.. .... north of 4 do...78...
do do l...do...85...
2 10
4 80
4 50
4 50
5 40
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 50
4 80
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2 10
2 10
2 10
2 10
2 10
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2 10
2 10
2 10
2 10
2 10
2 70
3 00
3 00
3 00
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3 00
3 00
3 00
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1 32
6 70
4 50
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do 8...do... 32 .'.
Hoffher, John
"o i...,lo... 47
aowara ffiar:a...ao... ...14... do 134
........ jouti. ,,..,r. 7. ..do. 86
Kroener, Frederic, s e 4 lot 30, bio. k'l03."'
rarruus, nooert, belrs, lot 3, block 152.-..S5 40
Phelps, A M," iot"l! block 175".?.? "'
Beits A Kinsman, lot 15, block 7t
Beitz, Frederick, lot 12, block 134
do lot 13 do...l34-
Sansom, John, lot 8, block 24.
do lot 9... do 24 """
do lot 10...do...24.' "
do lot 15. ..do... 24!
Schilling, Fred, lot 5,.,do. 75
8hlrk, Elbert U, lot 3...de...78
do lot 10.. .do.. .84..'.
do lot 10... do ...103..
do lot 13... do .. 108
do lot 21. ..do ...104
do lot 22 do ...I04..
Spitzcr, August lot 16...do... 79..
do lot 17...do...79.".'.".'."
pries, Henry, lot U... do. .......
7 50
6 4o .
2 40
4 H I
4 20 1
1 32 I
1 32
I 50
1 20
3 60
4 20
4 50
3 30
3 30
3 30
3 30
2 441
9 01)
5 70
1 BO
1 50
1 32
1 32
96
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..lot 12...do...30...
.lot 13...do.30...
.lot 31 do. ..24
.lot 3I...do...24 '.
lot 7. ..do. .23....
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Stacer, John C.
do
Slerl, John G.
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.lot 8. ..do. ..23
Thnrlins;, Charles, s w half of lot ''bhk W, 1 on
Weidig. Christ, lot 11, block 81 7 2
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1 20
1 20
1 20
1 20
1 20
1 20
1 32
1 20
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1 20
1 20
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.lot 4... do ...3s). ,
.-lot 5... do ...33...'
lot 6... do ...33
....lot 7... do ...33
lot 8... do ...33..."
...lot 9... do ..33...
lot 10...do.. 33 ..
lot ll...do...33.. '
...lot 12. ..do.. 33
...lot 13.. .do. ..33..""
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- !o lot 15. ..do.. .33 1 20
do lot ! ..!:... : i 1 2
do..Lu lot 17...do...33 1 0
do...Zii lot 18..40...33 1 20
do lot 19...do...33 1 2J
do lot 20...d0...33 1 32
do lot 2l...do...S3 l (a
do lot 22...do...33 l 20
do lot 23...do...33 1 20
do lot 24...do...33 1 M
Turner, Wm S, lot 14... lo... 74 2 40
do lot ... do ...84 4 20
do lot 5...do...l01 3 00
do lot 11. ..do . 104 3 30
.:..do lot 12. ..do... 104 3 30
: do lot l...do...lOC J 30
! do lot 2...do...W6 3 00
do. lot 3...do...l06 3 00
do lot 4...do...l06 3 00
do lot 12...do...l06 3 l
do Jot 13...do.106 3 30
do lot 14.do.10fi 3 00
do., .lot 15. ..do... 106 3 (10
do..... lot 16...do...l06 3 no
, do. lot 17...do...Hi6 3 on
do A ..lor, s :
.......do B 106 3 30
.... do 3U 136 60
............do..... 37 136 60
...i. do 6 l:K 1 20
do 28 ....VS6 60
FOURTH ENLARGEMENT.
Allis t Walker, assignees, lot 14, block 16... 4 50
lot 15 do...l... 4 50
do..
do...
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lot 17 do...l7... 3 30
lot 18 do...l7... 3 00
. lot 12...do...l8... 3 30
lot 13... do. ..18.
3 00
4o lot 11
Cliambers, F, heirs lot 6
do...20... 1
...do... 1...
5 10
7 68
6 30
6 90
3 90
do.
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Copeland, G.
do..
lot l...do...8 ..
lot 2...do...8 .
ld plat, lot 6, block 6
lot 22. ..do. ..10 . 2 40
do ot 21...do...I0
Habn, Michael lot 7. .do. ..11
Kuntx, Frederic lot 2alo...7
McJohnaon, Kimlock...lot U...do...ld
do ot 15. ..do. ..18
do Iotlfi...do...l8
do.A lot 17. ..do. ..18 ..
Nobbe, Henry lot 15...do...l7
Sracer, JehnC lot l...do...l5 ..
do ..lot 2...do...l5 ..
2 40
0 on
4 20
3 60
3 30
3 30
3 30
7 50
9 GO
3 90
STOCK WELL'S KVUMEMIXT,
Allis A Walker, aigneae, lot 7. block 2 4 80
- do lot 8...do....2 4 80
do lot 9...do...2 4 80
do lot 22. ..do -..17 3 00
do let 23...do...l7 3 00
do .'.let l...do.18 3 60
do lot 8...do...l8 2 70
Campbell. James lot 10...do... 5 2 70
-...do lot ll...do. 5 3 30
EI ACSLRB Co lot 5. ..do- 5 2 40
do lot 6...do... 5 2 40
do L lot 7. ..do... 5 2 70
do lot 1 1 fltui 5 2 70
do lot 9...do...5 2 70
Hilliard, James, heirs lot 30...do...l5 3 60
do lot 31...do-15 3 60
do lot 5...do...lfi 3 i
do n e. of 6...do 16 i 50
do ...lot 14...do...l7 2 70
do lot 15...do.17 3 90
Lamb.Wni S lot 20...do...20 2 70
do lot 2l...do...20 2 70
do lot 22...dc...20 2 70
do loi 23.. do...20 2 70
do lot 24...do...20 4 50
radar, Robert, BV ft w part lot 7, bk 20 6 30
Merritt, John J, nudiv 2 fet lot 16. bk 8 60
Ev Ass of N A Mission, lot 11, Wc 1G 3 00
do lot 12, bk 16 3 00
Storkwell, J M, hairs, nndlr 18 ft lot 16, bk 8 4 SO
do lot 31, bk 17 3 oo
t do. lot 32, bk 17 3 00
do lot 7, bk 20 3 30
CRESCENT ENLARGEMENT.
ro
Pruitt, John, lot 19, bk 6 -
....... a 70
ttcao, c u lot 15, bk 2... 4 20
de log 16, do 2... . t 4 20
SHABPE'S ENLARGEMENT.
Heintz, Theodore, lot 7, bk 8 4 50
- do lot 8, bk 8 1 60
NORTHERN ENLARGEMENT.
Andrews, Wm, lot 17, bk 2
Burkheart, George, lot 12 bk 3
E I A CS L R R Co, lot 8 bk 2....'.
do ..lot 9, bk 2...
Graft, George, w 9 It lot 17, bk 3..
do lot 18 bk3 ,
Griess, Uenry, lot 3 bk 4
do lot 4 bk 4...
3 00
2 79
8 60
3 00
96
8 40
7 80
3 OO
Hardin, G W, lot 17 bk 6 m 2 10
do lot 18 bk 6 .".'' 2 40
Htrber, J M, heirs, lot 13 bk 3 '. 6 30
do lot 14 bk 3 o 70
do lo;3 bk 8 ., 1 80
Sahnou, Anton, heirs, lot 1 bk 5 6 60
CARPENTER PLACE.
Allis A Walker, assignees, lot 1 bk 3 5 70
do lot 2 bk S 4 20
do lot 3 bk 3 4 20
do , lot 4 bk 3 4 20
BATELLE PLACE.
A His A Walker, assignees, lot 10 bk 1...... 4 SO
r- do lot 11 bk 1 4 80
do lot 12bkl 5 10
do lot 13 bk 1 5 10
do lotHbkl 5 10
do lot 15 bk 1 5 10
d4 lot 16 bk 1 5 40
do lot 17 bk 1. 9 90
do lot 18 bkl 6 00
7- do lot 19 bk 1 , 5 40
do lot 20bk 1 5 10
! lot 21 bk I s 10
do lot 22 bkl 5 10
do lot 23 bk 1 5 10
-o lot 24 bk 1 s OO
r,., WI,-LIAM BIEPPLE, Collector.
nOVllnltd
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
JOSEPH FENDEICH & BR0S.
No. 155 Forest Street. A; 49 South
BALTIMORE, MD.
JOHN FENDRICH & BROS.,
COLUMBIA, PA.,
AND
F. FENDAICH & BROS.,
Evansville, Ind ,
Branches or the Baltimore Hou(
MA NLT ACTt'EERS Or
TOBACCO.
TTE ARE NOW THE MOST EXTENSIVE
Manufacturers, in our lina, in the State. We
offer the following Tobacco and Cigars, of oar own
200 Boxes of Five Lnmn ro- a
S l J 10 Lp rTour.:;;;:.
m Boxes Frank's Orange Lump lb
" " h 0Sm pTuPnd.-!
SOCts.
60 Cts.
65 Cts.
60 Cts.
JW Caddie. Peach Leaf, per ponad
M Ofes,
bbo rZ TZL a '' .T r.uud i "o
TY. 7, " 'St. per pouud
100 Boxes Sun Cured Tobacco nV.
4,000 lbs Home Spuu Twist Tobacco'-""
1,000 Barrels Smoking Tobacco '
80 Cts.
55 Cts.
uoxes Jiomrs scotch Snuff;
lM:tap;CUt C"' Tobacco;
200,rrParWrPiP,";
100 Gross Bobber Pipes :
10,000 assorted Pipe Stems
25,000 Cenha Cigars ;
JX,(J La Napoleon Cigars'
30,000 El Brutus Cigars:
200,000 Half Spanish Ciars;
200,000 SegareetT ;
220 000 La Salvadina Cigars ;
400,000 Parks Smoking Tobacco :
1 n2! xVr1"nilT,"i.h Smoking Tobacco ;
l.OMOW, Kjonicanlck Smoking Tobacco
50 Drums Sbaughie ; B ",
2,ooo Pounds Mackaboy Snuff:
2,000 French Snuff. '
Merchants and Store-Keepers, look la ,h .
interest ; examine our Urge aock. '
. IVo. 27
Main Street, Sales Room
Factory, Cor. Locust fe Water Sts.
We manufacture all the above roods and will !
we.id ec,i;H,Tr ,"n s bX31
We ..uid call Dm attention of Merchants who
deal , our l.ne, , bllJ. from mSSltSZ.
where they can save 30 per cunt. rer"'
. ENDRlCH
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CTIOJCOMMIS'ION
Old Auction House anda!ew An7
tioneer.
T J. COHN HAVING RENTED TnE OLE
" Auction Room .n t k.. ,
PHawjW jjmj Iff sSBarEKpT --SmIsbT
TBsrwMrr' MMrSiwv'rffWLrTlMLraLMB
Third Streets, kvansvffle, for a term of years, will
!itiuue the Auction aud Commission business,
Jiid attend to selling u kinds of Goods, Furniture
Wagons, Bugijies, Carriages, Horsos, Cattle, all
muds of Manufactured Articles, Ac. Liberal ad
vancements made on consignments.
Prompt attention will be given to all goods en.
rusted to my care. (mar28) J. J COHN
WATCHES & JEWELRY.
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GROCERIES.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 30 Sack Bw-kwbeat
Flour just received at
WM. CALDWELL'S, No. 9 First Street.
COD FISH 2,000 lbs. new Cod Fish just re
ceived at NO a FIRST strpft
SMOKED HALIBUT 200 lbs. Smoked Halibut
for sale at NO. 9 FIRST STREET.
COOPER ISI NOG LASS 6 boxes Cooper's
Schred Isiugglaas just received at
NO. 9 FIRST STREET.
VERMICELLI AND MACCABONI
10 25 It. boxes Maccaroni ;
10 do do Vermicelli:
20 12 do
do do
Just received at
do.:
Maccaroni ;
WM. CALDWELL'S,
No. 9 First Street.
ptHOCLATE-
4 boxes Premium CboclaU;
3 boxes Sweet French Chocalate -
2 boxes De Sante do. ;
3 boxes Baker's do I
3 boxes Norfolk Co. do;
Just received at NO. 9 FIRST STREET.
'DRY GOODS.
Dry Goodi and Notions.
A FTER A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF
i. our stock and price, of Staple and Fancy
lry Goods and Notions, we have no doabt la
satisfying the closest buyers that our stock cannot
be surpassed, and that It Is to their Interest to
buy fivm us. 8CHAPKKR A BUSSING
No. 49 Main Street.
Cloaks and Shawls.
XT E HAVE NO W Oh HAND THE LABG
V est stock of Cloth Cloak, and TshaVlf of
every description ever brought to tnis citv snd
sell then, wholesale or ret.il a. cheap is 'the?
can be found anywhere in the West
SCHAPKEB A BUSSING,
No. 48 Main street.
Blankets and Coverlids.
A cS TO A
selling cheap. SCHAPKER A BUSSING.
No. 49 Main Street.
Hoods and Nubias.
IT IS AN ACKNOWLEDGED FACT THAT
I .d. and Nubia, and sell them cljr thTn any
other bouse in the cltr. '
M'ilAPKEB A BUSSING,
No. 49 Main Street.
Millinery at Wholesale and Retail.
( J i , T OF HELINEET HAVING
.i.i re-assorted, oar stock in every par-
. lr..i'.V"'? 10 non ' the West, to which ws
respe, tfully call the attention of ths. wholes.!,
and retail trade.
SCHAPKER A BUS8ING,
No. 4 Main Street.
PAPER MILLS
EVANSVILLE
JEJXEH MILLS,
LIICH I ARLSTEDT, Agents.
TTTE MANUFACTURE WRAPPUM PAPER
Prk2,too'ny sade-Md " "ss.ri?
jy lCkllm the Ageate.

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