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FOR LEASE.
BATTLE OF CARKIOX CROW BATOU.
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LEAS L THE BEST ISOlOC PIED I
A Letter from Jake.
Hair. 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 river by 107 feet fronting
on Sycamore rtreet. . .
Also, two lots fronting 21 ftet G inches on Syca
more street by 50 feet in depth. One of said lots
corners on the allev, back of Bemeut and Yle s
Strvl7FOrterm8al'Flj 'MBS- O. E. LEWIS.
3.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE-A FARM OF 40 ACRES, LO
CATED about 4 miles from the city ; in bjfjh
at te of cultivation ; of the be9t soil, Franje House,
i;ood fences; on reasonable terms. Apply to
JACOB 8INZICH & SON,
noT23 Water bet. Sycamore and Vine.
FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING LOTS ON
reasonable terms, in Huston's Addition:
Lots 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21, fronting 156 feet on
Division Street; Lota 37, 38, and 3'J, fronting SO
feet on Elm Street; Lots 48,49, and 50, fronting
50 feet on Third Street. Apply to
nov20-4t TI103. E. GARVIN.
Third Street.
House and Lot for Sale.
ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE in the city for aale ; in rompleto
order, containing ten Rooms with Chandalicrs and
Bracketts for Gas, two brick Cisterns, Stable,
Wood, Coal and Out-nouses, a good dry brick
Cellar 18 feet -quare, well lighted.
The House is wood heavy oak frame stands
back 40 feet from the street, leaving a beautiful
front vard. Comer Lot 75 by 300 faet, enclosed
with a good substantial fence. Corner of Oak and
Water streets, above the residence of Robert
Barnes. Esq. Enquire of
octlO-tf CQARLFS BABCOCK,
No. 8 Main S'reet.
I?OR SALE LOTS 15 AND 16, BLOCK 51,
T iu the Eastern Enlargement of the city of
Evansville, at a bargain. Enquire of
nov3tf ASA IRLEIIEART.
Camp 60th Ind. Inf. Vol's,
Carrion Crow Bayou, Nov. 3, 1S63
Editors Journal :
Once arain the Old Sixtieth has been
baptized in blood, and I hasten to jot
down a few of the principal incidents,
that tlse home folks may know what we
are doing. We came in from Bayou
Courtableau to a small prairie called
Buffalo Creek, and camped, on the 1st of
November, 3ome eighteen miles on our
homeward route, the expedition we had
started on having been ordered back
toward New Orleans. Our brigade, (the
1st of the 4th Division of the 13th Army
Corps,) being the rear guard of the whole
armyon Monday we were aroused by
the cry of "Rebels are coming! at
about 9 A. M. We fell in, and went out
to meet them. At 11 A. M. the cavalry
were driven back, and the 60th, support
ing two pieces of a masked battery, ad
vanced. We ambushed ourselves, and
the battery opened on them. They were
afraid of some Yankee trick, however,
and did not charge the battery, as we
expected. We then drove them some
half a mile and lost sight of them. We
remained until 4 P. M., when, seeing
nothing more of them, we returned to
missing.
FOR SALK A TWO STOJiY BRICK DWEL
LING, containing nine rooms, a good ccller,
and cistern, and out-bnildiugs, together
with the lot on which it is situated. Said lot is
situated on Second .Street, the next square above
Mr. B. Raleigh's dwelling. Said lot fronts 02
feet on Second street, and runs back 150 feet to an
alley. The lot is high and well improved. For
terms apply to O. E. DEW IS.
nov2tf
THIS FARM IS LOCATED ONE MILE
from GolcoBda, Pope Connty, Illinois! is in
a high state of cultivation, with one of the finest
views of the Ohio river of any on its banks. It
contains about one hundred and forty acres ;
good dwelling and out-houses; a fine Peach and
Apple Orchard, all Grafted choice fruit of about
1,000 Trees, and Nurserv of 7,000 or 8,000 Trees, all
fine Grafted Frnit. 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
FOR RENT OR SALE.
FOR RENT OR SALE A BEAUTIFULLY
situated Residence, near the Salt Wells, with
about two acres of Land. Enquire of
E. E. MINGST, cor. Maiu and First.
FOR RENT.
TO RENT A LARGE FOUR STORY BRICK
Building on Main Street, between First and
geoond. Apply to nov!9-lw J. F. BYRNE.
WANTS.
WANTED. A few hundred dollars of "Rick
et's Cliecks " wanted to fill an orier, at the
Saving's Bank, No. 4. FirBt street. octSO
WEDNESDAY..
.NOVEMBER 25
.Editor.
M. THAYER,
J. N. SILVERTHORN, Associate.
NEWS SUMMARY.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Noon Report. Our morning report
failed entirely yesterday morning
By the noon report we are informed tha
Gillmore's shells reached the heart of
Charleston, killing several persons and
firing several buildings.
Last Night's Dispatches. In conse.
qnence of some derangement in the
Telegraph lines last night, our report
camp.
On the next morning, (Tuesday,) at 9
A M . the Ions roll again rallied us to
our places, and the regiment took a po
sition on the right of the brigade. A
few moments satisfied us that the force
was not worth noticing, and we put back
to camp. Scarcely had we broken ranks
when the pickets opened a strong fire on
the right of our line. Again we fell in.
It was then about halt past 11 A. M,
We moved rapidly to the rear and right
of our camp, a distauce of half a mile,
a-id in les3 time than I can write it,
(Companies A and B having been thrown
in advance as skirmishers,) we were very
hotly errgaged with the rebels in over
powering numbers. They advanced in
a column of regiments " closed in mass,"
throwing the whole weight of the attack
on our regiment, numbering about 150
righting men. Col. Owen, who com
mands our brigade, moved two regiments
to support us, and cheered us on gal
lantly, seeming not to care for the storm
of bullets that rained around ns all.
The rebels were too many for ns, how-
over, and having held our position for
oer half an hour against overwhelming
odds, our regiment slowly fell back,
which prevented the supports from torm
ing properly, and they soon gave way.
We were left to ourselves again, and
kept falling back slowly through the
woods for about half a mile, fighting
man to man, and from tree to tree, tak
ing advantage of every obstacle that pre
sented itself to protect ourselves from the
hail storm of bullets, which was worse
than we ever met with at Vicksburg,
Jackson or Arkansas Post The other
regiments of our brigade shared our fate,
and when we reached the prairie in rear
of the wood we fought through, we saw
the 3d Division of our Corps coming to
our assistance, the old 11th and 24 th
Indiana in the vanguard. With a cheer
that made the welkin ring again, our
whole brigade rallied once more, formed
rapidly as one regiment, and a small
nne at that Led on bv Gen. Burbridge,
the Division commander, and Col. Owen,
they charged on the bels again, and
with the assistance of the veteran 3d
Division, drove them through the woods
over the battle field, and for a mile and a
Johnson, Julius Patmore, Israel r"rice,
Autoine Salmen, Jas. Williams.
Recapitulation & privates wounded;
i Sargeant, 2 Corporals and 13 privates
r. Ji. S. 1HRALL,
1st Sergt & Act Lt. Com'g Co.
Company F.
Wounded Lt Cressy K. Cole, knee,
severely; Chas. Case, right breast; Wm.
Chamberlain, left breast; Edward Mo
gan, left hip.
Missing Sergt J. J. Parks, Corpo
rals B. F. Greathouse, Joe. Finnny, and
J. K. Chenoweth; Jacob Ashcrai't, Jas.
Kennedy, James U. Moses, Frederick
Stulting", Charles Bowers. '
Company G.
Wounded Jacob Sites, leg severely.
Misting Corps. Julius Knoll, Leon
ard Schmidt aud John Bechtold; Henry
Beckly, Emil Evard, Morntz Kegan,
Phillip Kock, Rudolf Peters, Anton Ru
bart, Frank Wirick, Fred Wachendorf,
Henry Withers, Mathias Zimmerman.
Company a.
Killed Corporal Perry J. Coffelt.
Wounded Privates James R. Kelly,
right thigh; H. M. Bowman, right knee;
Missing Sergeant W. R. Stafford ;
Corporals R. H. Stephens, H. G. Haines,
M. V. B. Montgomery; Privates Jacob
Brant, Clayborn C. Brown, Alex. Caska,
James W. Cook. J. L. Ludlow, J. Swartz,
Jno. Congo, Jno. Hilick, James H. Hun
ter, Job Jennings, Geo. H. Davis, Wesley
Swartz.
Company I.
Wounded Sergt. Samuel H. Edicott,
in right hand severely ; Private Ransom
G. Albert, mortally, since dead ; Joseph
Cox, mortally, since dead.
Missing Corp. Wm. Youut ; Sergt
Green B. Moore ; Privates Jno. Kelley,
A. Potter, Wm. Barley, Jno Walker.
Company K.
Wounded Capt Chas. Larch, se
verely right thigh ; Private Nathaniel
Campbell, shoulder.
Missing Privates Wm. R. Chapman,
John T. Moore. David M. Moore, Thos.
Richardson, Peter Rodgera, Jonathan
Ziglar, Ivan Carter.
jigg-ThP Frankfort Commonwealth
has the following forcill; remarks on re
cruiting in Kentucky :
How can the Federal authorities ex
pect recruiting to go on in Kentucky,
when they permit the State to be filled
with the worst rebels men who would
be ready, upon the approach of a rebel
army, to prove more trouoiesoine ana
dangerous than ever. The meanest reb
els who figured in the invasion last year,
were those who hal been (treated most
leniently. Rebels have loin permitted
to return, who aided in tearing the stars
and stripes from our State Capital, and
tramDled the flasin the dust; and who,
when here, were the most violent and
vindictive. Union men can't afford to
leave their homes, wben such men are
left behind to do mischief. This indis
criminate return of rebels should be
stopped.
"That's what's the matter" and it is
a grievous wrong that should be early
remedied.
MeDhose souls are steeped with treason
and whose hands are dyed with the blood
of loyal citizens, are permitted to return
home, as soon as tired of the war, settle
down in a loyal community, ready to
take advantage of any opportunity to
commit outrages upon their neighbors.
It is time it were ended.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
BYHE E. W. LIKE.
Exclusively -for the Journal.
- - . 1 WKSZ
baler from Km ope Arrival of tle
Arnbla.
St. Johks, K F.. Nov. 24. The
steamship Arabia, from Liverpool on the
1 1th an 1 Quf enstown on the 1 Jth, passed
Cape Rac.list evening, with dates two
davs later.
The gale prevented the news yacht
from obtaining her news. .
Effect of Gillmore's shells In Charles
tonSeveral houses Riddled and
Burned.
Washington, Nov. 23. A private let
ter received here to-day, from an officer
in Gillmore's army, states on the author
ity of a rebel deserter, that several shells
recently thrown from Fort Gregg explo
ded in King's street, the heart of
Charleston, killing several persons,
among them an officer of the 3d South
Carolina Artillery, and riddling and
firing several dwellings.
DRUGGISTS.
COLLECTOR'S SALE.
EROIjGHTON & WOOD.
CKKSCEXT CITY DRFG STORK.
i,.Tfi,l nn1 t.v onma ovraiil . . i 4 n-,, '
ham wrrr; .:. r' i -"-t, juiji-"v-fir
positions, with a heavy loss on their part,
including L',000 prisoners, and giving
Grant's army such an advantage as will
compel a hasty retreat of the rebefe, not
only from his front, but also from East
Tennessee Government professes to
be in receipt of news from the West
which involves the decisive defeat
of the rebels, but declines to give
particulars at present. We feel confi
dent that we shall have such news by
to-night as will justify us fully in giving
thanks and prayers to-morrow The
army of the Potomac is again mud
bound, but are eager for a contest with
Lee, and will give him battle if they can
find him From Charleston we learn
that Gillmore is gaining decided advan
tages, and the rebel casualties are in
creasing. New batteries are being
erected by our forces, which places the
rebels at still greater disadvantage, and
the work of demolition goes slowly but
urelJ 015 There is little doubt that
the President's prediction that the next
two weeks will be the most momentous
of the war will be fulfilled.
Sooner than we Anticipated. We
made the remark to a prominent Demo
crat the morning after the October elec
tion, that the time was fast approaching
when politicians who had sighed for and
prayed for Vallandigham's election,
would be making affidavits that tney
were always opposed to him, and never
approved of his election. While we were
confident such would be the case, our
prediction has been verified sooner than
we anticipated. We expect to see a large
number of affidavits like the following
before the next election, and we hereby
give notice to Democrats who contem
plate "swearing" on the subject, that
we will insert their affidavits with great
pleasure, at our usual advertising rates:
'Slate of Ohio. Champaign Co., ss.
" Personally appeared before me Jes
se C. Phillips, who, being duly sworn,
says that at the last election for State
officers he did not vote for Clement L.
Vallandi"ham as Governor of the State
of Ohio. J. C. PHILLIPS.
" Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 2d day of November, 1863.
"A. F. Vance, Probate Judge."
Appeal.
I appeal to the men of Indiana, who,
from age or other causes, are unable to
volunteer, to come forward at this hour
to the help of the country. If each
man will attempt to procure one recruit
for the army, many will succeed, the
ranks can be filled and the State saved
Mr. Clement L. Yallandigham, the
martyr, who came within a hundred thous
and uotes of being unanimously elected
Governor of Ohio, is at Windsor, Canada,
in an alarming state of impecuniosity.
The journal from which we obtain this
interesting piece of " personal " intelli
gence very bluntly and indecorously ob
serves, without the slighest regard to his
sensibilities, that he "is out of funds,
and adds that his landlord is "solicitous,"
If Mr. Yallandigham has any self-respect
he will take an early opyortunity to snub
" the landlord." Canadian landlords are
getting to be unbearable.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DIED. "
Yesterday, the 24th inet., SALLIE R., wife of
Zac. B. Taylor, aged 20 years.
The funeral will take place this (Wednesday)
morning, at 10 o'clock, from the residence of her
husband, on Mulberry Street. The friends of the
family are invited to attend.
River and Weather.
Cincisnati,Nov.24. River risen 1 foot
11 inches, with 12 feet 4 inches in the
channel. Rain last night; now cloudy,
with occasional streaks of sunshine.
Thermometer 65. Barometer 23 25'.
Pittsburg, Nov. 24. River 8 feet 6
inches by the pier mark. Raining stead
ily all morning.
GROCERIES.
Drugs, Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, Varnish,
Window Glass,
Sand Paper,
Perfumery, Soaps,
Coal Oil, Lamps,
Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax,
Patent Medicines,
Dye Stuffs.
A'OTICK IS HE EE BY GIVEN THAT I, WIL
IS LI AM G. BOCPI'LE, Collector of ol the city
-Tr Evanrville, Between the hours of 0 .aid 12
o'clock A. SI. and 3 and 5o'clock P. M . oh TUES
DAY, th cSth of DECEMBER, A. D 1803, will
ell at Public Auction, at the door of the Court
House in the City of Evansville, Indiana the fol
lowing Lots, parts of Lo:s and parcels of I.- I
Estate, and Improvements, assessed for the pay
ment of City Taxes for the year isuj, one irom
the owners thereof to the City of Evansville said
Taxes being' now due and unpaid and for the
coata of said sale ; and that said sale will be con
linn . 1 on the next day thereafter, viz, : on Wed
nesday, December 9th, 163, at 2 o'clock P. M., at
the door of the Oonrt House in Evansville, for the
purpose of selling such property as may bare
been sold en the day first above mentioned and
not naid for :
ORIGINAL PLAN.
Allis Howes, 304xl50 feet, n w side of
loi2 m
Bate?, Geo., heirs, n w oue-tlRrd lot 31 51 i3
Cunningham, G., Mrs, s e of lot G 22 i
Durhatu Snyder, 35x150 it n w side of
kit 70 3k . 4"
GosleT, Ferdinand, heta. ii'M of lot SH... -21 W
Hughes, John W,204xlou ft, s e side, of lot
14 - la- '
Hughee, John W, middle of lot 31 33T8
do soxiau reel niiume
of lot 66 ,. 34 42
Thompson, J, heirs, 45x150 feet n w sideof
lot 22 i.. ...... 81 00
Trafton. Wm,' heTrs, i42xia6 ft s e '. of
lot 54 - 36 99
Victory, John, lxl fret n w side sub
lUV 4, ol l-ts n I K5 - m v
Weil, Leonard, 37x75 ft middle part of
lot 137 - 27
"DONATION ENLARGEMENT.
Ewing, Lee, 20x70 ft, alley end of totflM...
Love. John, lot 215 .
Smith, Oliver H, heirs. e J lot 217.
do .......lot 21S
UPPER ENLARGEMENT.'
Hoskins, Francis, n w of lot .5 4(
.do lotll...do...33
do lot 15...do...33
"" do lot lG...do...33
...do lot lT...do...33 .
...do lot 1S......3S
do lot 19......J
..do -lot 20do...33
" do lot 21...do...33
"" do lot 22...do.. 33
do lot 23...k...33
.do if 24...do...33 ..
Tur'nor, Wm S, lot 14 io..7t ..
do lot 9...do...S4
An lot O...QO...IU1.
... 1 20
... 1 20
... 1 20
... 1 20
... 1 20
... X to
... 1 32
... 1 20
... 1 20
... 1 2
... 1 20
... 2 40
.- 4 20
... 3 00
".ao." lot 11. -do-104 3 30
do -tot 12-
..do lot 1...
12.do...l04 .
do...l06
3 30
3 30
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 11)
3 30
3 00
3 00
3 00
3 00
60
1 20
CO
13 gC
4 "5
4 73
13 50
TKW HAMS 2.000 lbs sugar-i nred Hums jut
WM. t A1.DV
No. 9 First street.
xl received at
nov25
FRUITS 20 bxs Lager Rasius, new crop ;
lSbxs"
25 14 bxs " ' "
G cases Leghorn Citron ;
2 casks Zante Currants jj
10 drums Sultana Rasins.
For sale at No. 9 FIRST STREET.
BANK ELECTION.
DANDELION COFFEE
4 cases Dandelion Coffoe ;
3 cases 'iV, lb cans Ground Rio Coffee
Just received at No. 9 FIRST STREET.
Sole Agents for Whit
field's Pile Cure.
FAMILY K im
WM. E. HALLOCK,
Druggist and Apothecary.
NO. 10, FIRST STREET, NEAR POST OFFICE,
Has just received another large and splendid as
sortment 01
13 50
5 71
5 74
2 a
ltratd. Oliver E. lot 7. snb div of out lot :s..,
Rnncie, Dr, lot 14, Lister's rub 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
LOWER ENLARGEMENT.
Ewing, W G & G W, n t lot 4 35 10
Scales, Joe, heirs, lower of e or lot 3 22 95
Wright, M J, 22x100 tret from or lot 23 .10 80
EASTERN ENLARGEMENT.
Ar. lot 2 ..dO. ..!
"do lot 3 ..do...lOG
. do lot 4...do...l06
..--....-.do lot 12.do...lOG
do ;.. lot 13...do...l06
do lot 14...lo...lOG
do lot 15...do...l06
do... lot lR...do...l06
do Wit 17.. .do. ..106
do A 106 3 30
do B 106 3 30
do 30 135 .
do 37 135.
do........ G 13G .
do 28 ..13G .
FOURTH ENLARGEMENT.
Allis & Walker, assignees, lot 14, block 16 4 50
do .. lot 15 (I0...IC... 4 BO
do lot 17...do...l7... 3 30
do lot 18..do...l7 3 90
do let 12 .do...l8... 3 30
do lot IX.. do...l8... 3 CO
do...... lot 11 do...90. 1 50
Chamber!, F, helri lot 5, ...do... 1... 5 10
do s 4 5of lot C, Wbck 1 7 68
do lot 1 ...d . . 6 30
do lot 2...do...8... 6 90
Copeland, G, old plat, lot 6, block 6 3 90
I. lot K...doJj 2 4.1
. . ,.' ,lr, lotzl.do10 X 40
Ilahn, Michael lot 7...do.ll 6 !)
T?LAVORING EXTRACTS-
JL' 10 doz Extract Lemon ;
1U doz
10 doz
10 dot
10 doz
10 dos
10 doz
5 doz
5 doz
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
rpiIE STOCKHOLDERS IN THE EVANS
JL VILLE Branch of the Bank of the State of
Indiana arc hereby notified that the annnal elec
tion will bo held at the Banking Honse, in Evans
ville, on Tuesday, January 5th, 1863, between the
hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m for
five Directors to serve theansueing year.
By order of the Board or Directors.
no25dawtt SAM'L BAYARD, Cashier.
NOTICE.
Real Estate at Private Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFER FOR sale the
premises formerly occupied by the Crescent
City Bank, situate on the corner Main and Third
streets, iu the City of EvansvilK The lot is 32i
feet on Main street and 90 feet on Third street, and
the building is three stories in night, covering
the whole lot. Also, a first-rate burglar-proof
Safe. For terms, cuquire of
JOHN A. REIT7,
THOS. E. GARVIN, or
nov25 W. BAKES.
Just received at
Vanilla ;
Cochineal ;
Rose ;
Almond ;
Cellery ;
Peach ;
Strawberry ;
Raspberry.
No. 9 FIRST STREET,
ALMONDS AND FILBERTS
4 bbls soft shell Almonds ;
2 bbls Filberts. For sale cheap at
No. 9 FIRST STREET.
STEH1NE LARD 4 boxes for sale at
WM. CALDWELL'S,
i,ov25 No 9 First street.
TOYS & FANCY GOODS.
Allis & Walker, assignees lot 2, block 14...
do --.lot 4, do 15...
.. ... . . do lot 1, do 1
Ao -....lot 2, do 19...
do .'..lot 3, do 19...
do... lot 10, do ...
.. do lot 5. do 21...
...do.... lot IU bk i.
Pure Drugs,
Chemicals,
Perfumeries,
Brushes,
Medicines,
Fancy Articles,
Pomades,
Combs,
Toilet Articles, aps,
Flavoring Extrujts, &c, &c
do .
do .
do..
do .
do..
do..
do.
do-
Brandies and Wines, for Medical
Purposes.
All the Approved Patent Medicines kept con
itantly on hand and for stile at North American
srices.
B,oParticular uttention paid to the compounding
f prescriptions at all hours.
WM. E. HALLOCK,
No. 10 South First Street, near PontOfice,
nov27 Evansvlfle, Ind.
MACHINEST.
lot 5. do 22...
lot 10, do 24...
lotli, do 24...
lots, do 26...
lot 17, do 34...
lot 20, do 34...
.. lot 6. do 4L,..
lot 13, do 41...
do lot 8, do 43...
... do lotl, do 4-j
...do lotl, do 47.1.
do lots, do 47...
do lot 4, do 48...
do lot 6, do 48...
.do lot5, do 49...
Beach, Nancy Jtt 10, do 5 ..
Baker Garv&i lot 3,...do...l3...
.do I.. lot 12. ..do ...13..
.do lot 7,...do...l9...
lottt....do...lo...
Jot W,...do..t.;.
lot 8,...do...20 ..
...lot...do...21...
lotT...do...22...
rat 8...do...4
;..t 12...do.48
tot 13...do ...48
.loil...do.53...
lot l...do..J8...
r.Jot 10...do10.
lot 12 do...40.
PIANOS.
TWO SPLENDID PIANOS JUST RECEIVED
from the manufacturers, and for sale at
WARREN li t'ONYNGTON'8,
n0v2" No. 1 Main street.
SALE OF CITY PROPERTY.
not very flattering.
Judge Perkins The Rushville Re
publican says it learned some time since
that Judge Perkins was preparing to
leave the Copperhead organization. The
recent elections were too much for him.
He is looking ahead. It is stated that
he has even gone so far as to feel of the
more prominent Union leaders as to his
chances for a nomination on the Union
ticket We think, however, his chances
in mat respect are
11 1 11 . ..
tk J t
i-t-" - ."c vjuvernment ; tna
utuy, ana ne ought to have placed
himself on that platform long since. We
have no objection of his declining the
nomination of the 8th of January Con
vention of the Peace Democracy. That
is his privilege, and we should look upon
it as an exhibition of good judgment
But we do, most emphatically, object to
his being placed upon the Union ticket.
nenave no confidence in judges
any other man, who shift their smili
the day alter election,
during the past three
making a record for
Buca a record that will prevent any
Union man from voting l'or him, until at
least a sufficient probation and good
works give evidence of a sincere change
of heart If the Judge wants a race for
Judge, next fall, he had better accept a
nomination wherever it is offered. But
he can't be elected by any party.
x lujjLtiQt seen.
, T yer commanded the Reo-i-nfic
struggle, 'rvmv,. , . ...t ., . " ,
been forced to retreat an inch, and being
a new trick, they required a cool head
and a steady hand to guide them. That
he possessed and used them, was evi
dent to all who saw him on that day
Equally as well did Col. Owen sustain
his reputation as a gallant and fearless
soldier. Gen. Burbridge was every
where in the hottest of the fight, giving
encouragement to the men, 'and direct
ing the movements with his well known
skill.
As for the Regiment, its colors shot
away till they have onlv two stars, and
the size of a small handkerchief, and the
enclosed list of killed, wounded and
missing, (furnished by our Acting Adju
tant llichcock, who also fouo-ht very
well and bravely,) will tell their story.
The loss in the Brigade is mostly in
prisoners taken by a Cavalry charge on
the G7th Indiana and 23d Wisconsin.
Col. Guppey, of the latter, was mortally
wounded and taken a prisoner The
96th Ohio had 9 killed, 22 wounded, and
8b taken prisoners. Lieut Colonel
Beuhler of the 67th, and 300 of his men,
wera taken prisoners, one hundred of
which weje re-taken.
Very Respectfully Yours,
Jake.
P. S. I have sppn fJon
and he says he has seen ami onn?A
over 100 dead rebels on the field where
they were burying them. He thinks the
I reuei loss win amount to 120 or 130
, killed, and 300 or 350
aom were wounded and unable to re
treat in the early part of the fight We
w !l search for these rebels ina d.nv nr
and when we overhaul them I'll re.
e .1 (V f--.., n-o. o
special RTranp-ements witri n
two,
port.
Jake.
Borgar,
George
Kock,
G-
s on
Judge Perkins,
years has been
himself, and it is
I ours,
Company A.
Wounded Corporal Jacob
severely and missing; private
Obousrier, right shoulder.
Hissing Sergeant Joseph
r in n . . j.uun u ' ) fm hmh,
llenrv Schmidt. Poior
Company B.
Killed Corpora! Geo. W. McGarvey
iVounded Sargeant Samuel N Car
1 'i'ghoy-; CorPToraI Jseph Howev,
snghtly; Privates Joseph Williams, mo'r
taliy; Andrew Hibner, severely; Joseph
li alker, wounded .mrl mice;,,
W -Sergeants Wm. H. Hollion,
F M W'rf J H; Price;- Corporals
t. M. Vilhams. .TnspnK n.L
Privates John H. ffixler.'j. J. Clift J
t i V nDrana,n land. F. M.
x.. u. ounnett, John H. Work
vV ilson.
Company C.
SfwK Henr7 C- Eridicott
Hounded-Cmponi Thomas Richard
son, severely: Privates John P'Cawatt
probable mortal; Thos. R Rf H
bone. . r
Missing Lieutenant Alex. Stallines
?Sffe:Fii Corporal Eu'
r V, ' .AIlvlies -athan
er, iu. rarnn, Hem
vninntf pr.
m regard to supporting his tamily or
providing an increase of bounty, and
tms way wont great results, and may" be
represented in the army who are unable
to go themselves. Persons procuring
volunteers as above suggested will please
forward to me their names and residence,
that they may be entered in a Roll of
Honor to be prepared for that purpose.
0. P. Morton,
Governor of Indiana.
The Rebel Officers on Johnson's
Island Reduced to Their Rations. It
will be gratifying to the people to learn
that the sale of delicacies and luxuries
to the rebel prisoners has been stopped.
Hitherto nothing has been too good for
them. The markets of Sandusky have
been stripped of delicacies to supply
their demands, and one fellow had actu
ally prepared to open a saloon in the
rebel s quarters for the sale of game,
oysters, etc., which he had engaged to
ouppicu mm, arju wnicn the grey
backs were enabled to buy with the
funds raised in response to their beggino
letters, which were sent far and "near
The rebels sent letters to every person
with whom they could establish the shad
ow of an acquaintance, and invariably
ended by begging money. One letter is
a sample of the lot. A young lady in
Utica, New Ydrk, who had been teach
ing school in Alahamn
- ' - . J - , , a iCLttr
lrom a rebel prisoner who had seen her
in the South, reminding her of the fact,
and begging for money, saying he was
ragged and starving. With the money
raised by such means the rascals have
been living in clover. Game of all
kinds has been bought to such an extent
for the rebels that the citizens of San
dusky complain that they cannot get any
for their own tables. One lot of twenty
boxes of wine went up a few davs
since from a prominent Cleveland firm,
bound for the island. It is Ralifiitrtw
to know that these outrageous proceed
ing have been stopped, and the rebels
have to come down to ordinary mt;,,,0
i 1 J WW V. -.J
WflpIr3iVttt-VrU.
, - .l.C AJfcU
jr. ,la company ol guerrillas, suddos
ea to De Barton s, numbering some fifty
or sixty, were seen across th -: :
terday. They did not make a long stop
for fear ot being pursued and cut off
1 hese roving scamps deserve credit for
-iii wanness, u lor nothing else The
mL-hri8,sharP "oughto propose a
ouvv-wBiui pian io capture them deserve
- c uoiim ior me. we learned
carnage aone by them. The last
was seen of them they wp
through Mound City as happy and merrj
as the day is long. -1
Dipthebia. We have received a reci
pe for the cure of diptheria, from a phy
sician who says that of 1,000 cases in
which it has been used not a single patient
.mm treatment consists in
thoroughly swabbing the back of the
mouth and throat with a wash made thu.
Table salt two drachms ; black pepper
golden seal, nitrate of potash, alum; one
drachm each. Mix and n!,.;, .....
into a teacup which half fill with boilfng I lV$ 2?1-
water, stir welt, and ih fin T i tw-i,. ... ' v"ne V"J Treasurer, and tk la.
' 1 " u ui till Willi crrrri , '--w- uici mr. uh.4, :. . "
t no, TTo- t with th- m.. Avrr," uiii
Great Sale of Choice City Prop
erty. Xt will ?ll at public auction, at tht floor of th
Court II .!-, iu Evansville, the old and loBg es
tatilisho.l STEAM FLOORING MILT,V
THK INDIANA MILLS,
liFSS. tK" acr,'s "f ground, lnclU4iii
the bank of tlio river to low water mark, anil
Urn office, warehouse, aud othor buildincs ai.our
tenant. 41
The machinery of this Mill, though at present
nut of repair, is of the most superiot character,
having been manufactured to the order of the
former proprietor, Mr. James Hewitt, with the
view 01 maxing a nrst class Mill, and without-
reeMnl tnp(,t
Since it was put in, the mill, though conducted
by agents. In the alwenre of the owner, has been
one of tne most successful mouev-maklng estab.
liBhmeuts of the kind in Southern Iudiana For
tho truth of this, we take the liberty of referring
to sir. Geo. Woiflin, Sheriff of Vanderburg couu
J ' j 'Von Ko89 of Prinoetou, Gibson coun
ty, and Mr. Lyman T. Bayless, now of Mt. Vernon,
who have respectively managed tb -mill for ths
late proprietor.
ThU property, ling rsntrally situated just
at the lower lino of the flity Wharf, iesents a
rare opportunity to purchasers, either for Mill
purposes, or as a most desirable Investment in
real estate, which must rapidly eDhance in value
At the sauto time ajid place we will sell 28 Lots
in Mr. hichard Atkinson s Subdivision of Bl cks
os. l.lO and m, nocordiaf o the plan of La
masco City (now EvansvilK) Sec- hand bills for a
plan of said subdivision.
Also Lot No. 3, iu Block No. 171
Lots Nost. 1, Z. a, and 6, in Block No. 17:
mm. , in iiock 2ta. 1,4
I.Ian of Lamasro City.
Also 14) feet front on Water street, upper side
V','"1 2 n''-t fr"n' on street,
north end of Lots Nc. Tqiid 8, in the Lower Ea
largement of the fit, of Kvatisville
Also 20 lots in block 41, according to the plan of
Lamasco City ; said lots being 29 by US feet, with
a 12 foot alley in real.
Also the following lots in the Southern Enlarge
ment of the City of Evansville; 8
i.ots IU, ii, 12, IS, 14, 1:1 and 16, ia BI
Lots 0, 7, 8, 9, 10, li, 14 13 Uud 14,
Lots SO, M, r,7 and 38, in Block No. 9.
Lots IS and 16, in Block No. 10
Lots 11, 12, 13, 11 and 15, in Block No. 11
Lots 13 and 14, In Block No 14
Lots 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, J3, 18 and 19, In Block
wo. lo.
Lota 4
Toys and Fancy Goods
AT
Wholesale and Retail.
TIJ LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF
Toys nod Fancy Goods will be found at
WAILREN & CONYNGTON'S,
No. 1 Main Street.
Having bought our stock at first hands. weVill
duplicate Cincinnati bills. We invite the trade
to call and look through our establishment.
Every immaginable kind or
TOYS Tin, Wood, Iron, fte
DOLLS Of all sizes and kinds Wax,
Linen, China, Paper and Wood.
MACHINE TOYS Steamboats,
Monitors, Engines, Carriages, ic.
Tnrlia "Rubber Tovs.
Rocking and Spring He,
Wagons, Carts, Sleighs,
ylftriiTiftdoejiJUldjClvl':,Te"'8 Cabs.
China Tea Sets and Figures.
Beautiful dhxistmas Presents for
Ladies or Gentlemen of the most ex
quisite workmanship a line of goods
never before offered in this place;
Pearl and Silver Card Cases,
New and Beautiful Portmoniea.
Velvet and French Kid, Steel
Trimmed Bags and Wire Purses,
Cornucopias, Paper Boxes, &c,
for Candies ;
Corn Shelters, Machinery of
ines of every description, u u,. v..-
and
to the
ia Block No. 2.
Block
Wax Candle3 and Moss for Christ
mas Trees ;
Musical Goods of every kind
always on hand :
PIABTOBS.
MELODEONS,
VIOLINS,
Q-xit-Etx-as. Flutes:
ACCORDEONS,
MUSICAL BOXES, &c., &c.
WARREN & CONYNGTON.
CKBI8TIAN .. HKILXAH.
KRATZ & HEILMAN,
Oity Xr'oimli',
Manufacturers and Builders of
Steam Engines and Boilers,
Saw ana Grist Mill Ma
chinery, Tobacco Screws,
Gumming Machines,
Chinese Sugar Cane
Mills,
THRESHING MACHINES, &c,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
THE PBOPKIETORS OF THE CITT FOUND
ry beg leave to inform their friends and the
public in general, that they are prepared to do all
kinds of
Machine & Finishing Work
And everything appertaining to the Foundry bus
iness, iuey are ruauuiaciurnig diohui r.nnmeo
and Boilers of any site and power required. Saw
Mill Machinery and Mill Gearlngof any size; Dis
tillemtKl Miuiiiff Machinery, To!cco Screws,
flnminine Machines, Threshing Machines, Malt
laf Orates, Te. Cookiui; anu neainK ?e, .....
latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog
Brewers, Distillers, Rectifies, &.
upplied with every description of Copper and
iheet Iron Work, Browiug Kettles, Refrigerators,
Attomporators, Sporga?, Stillheads aud Worm- on
au improved principle, Oolumus for Alcohol Stills,
east Jugs, Cans, Syphons, Ac. ; Copiier, Lead and
Irov Pipe; Copper, Brass and Iron Punius of every
variety, for Leer, Spirits, Oil, 4c. Brass Cocks anu
Valves, Steam Whistles, Ac.
Workmen flenl to all parts to fit up work and do
repairs on St-am Boilers, Copper aud Sheet Iron
Work, Ac.
Old Metals Bought.
They are dealinic in and selling Allen's improv
ed Steam Cuage, Wrought Iron Welded Pipes and
Tubbiup, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Ma
chines, Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators. Ctowan
Boltiug Clsth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing
Hose, Ac, of the best kind ; Tlnplate, Sheet Iron
niork Tin, Pig Iron, Babit Metal, Sneller, Eire
Drick.
They have every facility of the bent Machinery
and workmen, and will give all work entruxted to
tn-m, their individual attention, filling orders
i ' iuiiub ineirworn, anu are Butisflud
with reasonable prices.
sWOffice nd Sale Rooms, Foundry, Boiler-yard
Machine Shop on Pine street, between First and
icond streets, Evnsille. Ind . ee 7
COMMISSION HOUSE!
4'J5
3 04
US
IS
2 12
3 01
3 04
3 38
3 38
3 SS
4 73
5 40
6 7o
4 T3
4 39
1 69
2 3t
2 30
1 09
4 40 1
4 40
4 T3
G 75
2 36
2 3
8 04
2 7t
5 10
2 02
3 04
S S8
1
4 K
4 i 5
8 43
10 80
11 8
2 03
07
90
Kuutz, Frederic lot ido...7 4 20
McJohnsoti, Kimloc...lotl...da...l8 3 60
do lot 15...M...18 3 30
Ao..: lotl6...dd...l8 3 30
do lot I7...dV..lS . 3 30
Nobbe, Heurv Ji 13.de...l7 7 SO
Stacer, Jehn C lot l...dtt-..15 9 60
.. lot 2...doUl5 3 90
STOCK WELL'S ENLARGEMENT.
AUis A Walker, auignea, lot 7, block 2 4 80
do lot 8. ..do... : 4 M
do lot 9...do...2... 4 80
'..-... do lot 22...do-..17 3 00
do let 23...do...l7 3 00
do lot l.do...l 3 GO
.do: lot S...do...l8.... 2 70
Campbell. James -..lot 10...do... 5 2 70
do lot ll...do... i 3 30
EI ACSLRB Co lot ,1...do... S 2 40
do... lot 6.do... ,1 2 40
do lot 7...do 5 2 70
do Ut 8.do... 5 2 70
do ..lot 9...do...5 2 70
Hilliard, James, heirs lo; ..r 3 GO
JUL'. Ao .....Jot 31...do...l5 3 CO
do lot 6do...l6 3 00
. do ........n e '., of .do 16 1 50
do lot 14.do...l7 2 70
4o lot 15do...l7 3 80
Lamb.Wai S lot 20...do..J0 2 70
..d, lot 2l...do...20 2 70
... J..do .lot 22...do...20 2 70
do lol 23.. do..J0. 2 70
..do lot 24...do...20 4 50
Mi ader, Robert, 21V' ft s w part lot 7, bk 20 6 30
Merritt, John J. undiv 2 fet lot 16. bk 8 60
Et Ass of Jf A Mission, lot 11, bk 16 3 00
do lot 12, bk 16 3 00
Slockwell, J 3t, hairs, undiv 18 ft lot 16, bk 8 4 80
do lot 31, bk 17 3 00
do ..Iot 32, bk 17 3 00
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Royer, Klisa.
Clark, L 3....
Copeland, G
Foster. J W.
Hess, Henry, fract lot 13, block 43
do. .do 14 ..do.. -
Jaquera, Francis, 4th sub div lS7'i ft of k.t
4, block 37 - M J
Johnson, Absalom, lot ", block W 1
Kelsey, Orville lot7....do . 40 S 40
Lamb, Wm S lot 15.do...9 . 5,06
do.: t 16...do...H. 4 05
Nobbe.TIenry '..lot 28.do.9 10 on
Richard, Audraw, heirs, lot 7...do...27 7 43
Rockwell. Chas W,......lot 3::.do...44. 2 03
R.lker, John H .....lot 15.do...34 5 40
ltoessner, George lot 2. ..do. ..39 21 2G
Sandcrlin, Wm, heirs, colored, lot 8, Work
25 '5'
Shanklin, John, lot 1, block 15 4 05
do '.ot 2...do.,"..15 334
do lot :l...do.,. 15 3 04
jlo lot 8.i..do....48 4 39
Sinmnn. I T W. lot 3-..do...l4 - 10 SO
Tuyler, Archibald, fot 10, block 6 12 83
Weber, Geo, helm, loH3,J)lock 40 8 10
Jot 7, bk 20 3 30
fi s CRESCENT EKLARGEMEKT.
Pruitt, John, lot 19, bk 6 2 40
do lot 20,bkC 2 70
Read, S 0 lot 15, bk 2.... 4 20
.do.. .Ios 16, do 2 ..... 4 20
BHARPE S ENLARGEMENT.
He iutz, Theodore, lot 7, bk 8 L 4 50
do. lot 8, bk 8 1 50
NORTHERN ENLARGEMENT.
Andrews, Wm, lot 17, bk 2 3 00
Hiirkheart, George, lot 12 bk 3 2 79
E I A C S L R R Co, lot 8 bk2 8 60
do lot 9, bk 2- 3 60
Graft, George, w9 It lot 17, bk 3 96
Ho r.....lot!8 b3 8 40
Griw, Ueeirv, lot 3 bk 4. .". 7 80
JU....'..k t4 bk A 3 00
Hardin, G W, lot 17 bk 6 2 10
do lot 18 bk 2 40
Hnlicr, J M, heirs, lot 13 bk 3 : 6 30
do lot 14 bk 3 2 70
do k3 bk 8 1 80
Salmon, Aiiton, heirs, lot 1 bk 5 6 GO
CARPENTER PLACE.
AUis A Walker, assignees, lot 1 bk 3
WiegeTs, Christian, lot 12, block 47.
BAKER'S ADDITION.
Allis A Walker, assignees, lot 8, block -3'...
do -lot 9 do. ..3..
do. .lot 10. ..do. .J...
do.s ..lo 11 ...do. .3...
do letl2...do...3...
lot is ..do...;i...
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Baker A Garria .. .
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...Clot 16...do.4...
lot 17. ..do. .4...
.lot 19. ..do. ..4...
lotiO.. do... V..
lot 21. ..do 4...
lot 2t...do...4...
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2 IB
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Ao lot 2 bk 3.
do lot 3 bk 3.
do lot 4 bk 3.
BATKLLE PLACE.
Allis A Walker, assignees, lot 10 bk 1
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4 20
4 20
4 20
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4 80
.lot 11 bk 1 4 80
lot 12bkl . 5 10
lot 13bkl 5 10
lot 14 bk 1 5 10
lotlSbkl 5 10
lot 16 bk 1 5 40
9 90
6 00
5 40
5 10
nov21-2m
THANKS.
5. 10. 11. ns rT ic :.. ti.-.i.
, ' IU I
,T be one r th0 'rgest sales of Evens-
ville City property ever made, and will be positive
and without reserve. Great bargains will be had.
EM title is perfect, aud general warrantee deeds
will be giveu.
TERMS or SALE -For the Mill tract, cash.
For the residence of the above named property
one-fourth cash, and the balance in one, twoand
three years, lor which the notes of the purchasers,
with interest aud without relief, secured bv mort
gage on the premises, will be taken.
CHANDLER A HYNKS.
Real Estate Agents.
Xorris,
imaD, John
I
of no
that
going up
AN ORDINANCE.
ORDINANl'K TW r ikt., "
nieLind Thu. P. " "if. .,u JE-V-
any Jennie Lind Table, PiirWlIole tTk
other table npon JaSSS
sticks or balU. niWh.: P'ayea wi.h
ward, to sn(t; TZuZZ. ?' or re
t e print, th
is morning, a charac
Wounded-
wounded and
teristie and highly interesting letter from WsS
Jake, giving an account of the battle J Thompson, left tbigh
Of l.nrrmn I riir Kn - A . -
;iuuexea is a
list of the killed, wounded and missing
of the 60th Indiana. It will be seen that
the less of the regiment was very severe.
We presume most of the missing are
prisoners.
His correct account of the battle, with
the list of the casualties, we have tl e
pleasure of furnishing onr readers before '
ny of our cotemporaries.
M. Reed
ry White.
COMPAST D.
sT ...
captain J. M. Crosson.
Privates Wm. H
the neck - M R
. r . o
...oa.wy oergeant U. W Mille
Privates S P TT o aiine
R- IX Steeiy, Jfl-C' TeaTlVCf!
son, Hiram Benedict
CompajtvE
Wounded-y. Maloney, right thio-h-Wm,
colvm, right hip, slightly0 a'
Missing-Ssrgt. James T.'wigt,in8
Corp. Nimrod LaUmore; Wm E Bilbv
Bernhard Boerner, Wm. Cox, Alexander
Conner George Cowl, Frank Clightraan
Henry Garrett, James Harvey, James B
HAVINfl SOLD OCT OUR 8T0CK OF GRO
CER1ES to Mr. J. P. ELLIOTT, we return
our sincere thanks to our numerous friends and
cu-tomers for the ver liberal patronage bestowed
upon us during tho past nine years.
We take pleasure in recommonding a continu
ance of the same to our successor, believing him
iu every way worthy of the tamo.
PC10 VICKERY BROS.
W. H. H. DUDLEY,
Memphis, Tenn.
DUDLEY
Commission
WU. J FRONT ROW Office up Stair,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
Shipments of Produce respectfully solicited.
Liberal a vsnces made on shipment in store
Reier to Merchants of Memphis generally.
j. a. wooDwaai),
Formerly of St. Louis.
& CO.,
Merchants,
NOTICE.
PROPOSALS.
OFFICE C. 8 A A. A. Q. M., 1
EvA.vsvitLs, Ind., Nov. 23, 1863. f
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
at this office until Dec. 1st, 1803, for the fol
lowing; supplies :
500 tons Timothy Hay, in bales :
" I? " loose:
0,000 ieet i-opiar Lumber ;
clear common :
1,000
500 '
A I.Stl..
Pine
Scantlin, 4X4
Hi 1 . , , ' vDiuns.
same, and in.. " 1". iuieu witn the
l.AMASfO.
Allis A Walker.a -iguceajot a, block ...
' do lotlli...d...30...
d- block, 4tf.
' doj- j lot 4.. .do. ..100...
do j. lort...d...100...
do.., Jot 38...do 135...
do ...lot 22...do..J0..
Brooktocker, iliristian, beirs, lot 1, block
Brooklucker,L'hriHtian,he7rs, lot 2"biock25
- - ..:.o lot W..Ao.JO
lo lot 28...d(i.25
- do -...lot 32...do...25
Burch, Wm Jot 5. ..do. ..113
lot 6...do...ll3
Burtis, Edward block 165
Copland, O. lot 20, block 23......
do lot 30...do...23..
do lot 15...de...85
do lot ll...do.,8fi t
do lot 5...do...l2S...
do lot 6..jIo...128...
........do Jot 7.do...l28..
-do lot 8...do...l28
do Iot24...do...l28 ."
do lot 27...do...t29
do lot 20. ..do.. .12D.I . .
do block 100 ...
Daam, Geo,'; Sr, lot 3.. do.47w.
do lot 4.. do T
Davidson, Oeo, heirs.n e lot 7
EIACSLRR Co, lot If, blook 28.
1 m
2 10
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2 10
3 00
co
2 4o
1 50
1 2o
1 bit
1 20.
1 50
4 SO
3 60
15 80
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1 20
4 50
5 70
2 70
1 TO
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2 70
2 10
2 40
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bk 76 I 70
..d lot 21 bk 1 5 10
..do Jot22bk 1 5 10
,00 Iot23 bk 1 5 10
i- do ...j lot 24 bk 1 6 UO
WILLIAM G. BCEPPLE, Collector.
Bovltidtd
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
JOSEPH FENDRICH & BROS.
Wo. 155 Foreat Street, 49 South
BALTIMORE, M l .
JOHN FENDRICH & BROS.,
COLUMBIA, PA..
AXD
f. FENDRICH & BROS.,
Evansville, Ind.,
Branehea of the Baltimore Hon, "
THE FIRM OF J. H. MAGnEE A CO. WAS
dissolved on the 27th of September last by
the death of John H. Maghee. The business will
be settled np by the surviving partner.
November 2, 18C3.
G. MAGIIEE.
NEW FIRM.
' I mm. UNUEBSIGNED WILL CONTWUE
- inewnoiesaie Jjry Uuods biuinesi under the
style of G. Maghee A Co., at the obi nun Jon First
""" WHIaIBUH MAUHEE,
NICHOLAS M. GUODLETT
Aovembor 2, 1SC3.
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lot 14...do...28
lot 15.do...28
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.....lot 2...do.58
lot 3...do.58
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lot 7...do...58
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lot 13.do...58...
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.i.do...78 4 ao
NEW SONGS.
fore published.
1111 4 11 ItMI'l III r Jl In. I f., ...
J ! P "
hire or reward of .- - "-m used for
over, or for the -"W
mg who of two or more person, T shairbe liabu ?o
pay tor any refreshmentror other or iale , .
Lice.. so to use inch table shall have bee. L
cur, according ,0 the provWoaaTthT'orS?:
year, or less than the time iSii?! thn one
the !nue of making ihn icL.V. oetween
liar r,r 1 .. . a "Fj-'n- nua
A. u6"sl ueit enau
nov24-d td
F H EHRMAN.
Capt. C. 8. A A. A. Q. M.
and the first
fishing to
Ul-riCE ACT. ASST. Q. MASTER
Evasviu.e, Ind., Nov. 23, '03,
Staats Zeitnng please copy. '
ud beautiful som.
OCR GOOD SHIP SAILS TO-NIGHT
I'M BLIND.
I JENNIE, MY LOVE.
KISS ME GOOD-NIGnT MOTHER.
i--me, DARLING, l'LTi
AbK IF I LOVE THKP
THE BANNER OP THE STARS
I'M LONELY TO-NIGHT
The xhnru . ,, .
, m an new nnc iro,l r.
WARREN A CONYNGTON'S7
No. I Main Street, Evauevil'le.
BE WAITING.
all at
nov7
uo north j of4...do...78....
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do do 3...do.as
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DRUGS, &c.
GROCERIES.
inz or Doassinr u t t. .....i.
procure a License to we the 2, ,K to
plication for such SZ t , T. ,' "k"j
the 15th day of December, j 1' Um D f
fee. 3. Anv uersoa or 1 , . .
. .V. wisninc to nrn.
WAs?T151,EIl.PECH,M-OWSTH0B.
" 1 muv urocery.
- No 2 Main Street.
T Turnri To'
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
r;
vmep-ar. Use everv half hmir
and four hours, as recovery progresses!
Ihe patient may swallow a little each
time. Apply one ounop oBnh nf
turpeutinej sweet oil and aqua ammoiw
mixed, to the whole of the throat, aud to
the breast bone, every four hours, keep
ing flannel to the part Arew York Tribune.
rith the City Clerk. VlZ
uui ami aaami 1 ; . ... ? "y
-lE-edh, theMoVad dVllv
shall
whi
ciad to the
be filed
thereupon
ELLIOTT S FAMILY CTtor-vn w
WM. H. P. STODDARD,
No. 11 Main Street,
.'-, ':
EVANSVILLE, IMD.
; Came
! variety
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TOBACCO.
yE ARE NOW TnE MOST EXTENSIVE
Man nfcc hirers, in onr Una, In the State. We
offer tho following Tobacco and Cigars, of our own
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' pound
lb...
50 Cts.
60 Cta.
65 Cts.
60 Cts.
60 Cts.
SO Cts.
65 Cts.
Hoffher. John t
Howard Maria...do..'.'
Il l ' i . Jdnil i : ..
.-" :-"""! 7...do ac
oeuer, rnnkn ii n-y i. oT c; ""
Parrotts, Robert, hefrs? lotsTfiSS? US"... J
f 1-, uiii:k 1 .w j ..
A 4?FEZihef7ch
Sec. 4.
ipplj.
feriiOn Or neean... ...... ....
1 any provision of this aZ ,7. ,""" .folate
such violation, forfeit imd tv a . m .". 'r ny
ceea nor more th! ,,. ffi""um uo "aa
oice apples
KLLIOTTSFASIILY GROCERY.
u"nn-2UU bushels Cor,,
COUUantlv on i,., r a iarBe
prices at u ,or "' a rea.sonal.Ie !
8 PODDARD'S. 17 Ma
SJU1A ASH AND
CONCENTRATED LYE
A superior article just re
17 MAIN STREET
In the 3d Arm v Corns it has hoen
ascertained that sixteen regiments have
agreed to re-enliat, in consideration of
retaining their present organization. Fif-
0-?,liegim!nt8'Jwh08e ranks have been
greatly reduced by casualties, have
agreed to re-enliat and be consolidated tr,
toh regimept.
Attest : A
unty dollar
WM. BAKEK
mrnis, Clerk.
Mayor.
nov25
NOTICE.
one
WANT SO MK SwiHT
-1 laborers, who ar. will ne to wneV . BST
at theBodiam Mine,, i d'B ?"
ment to some Coal DigRerst fegWag
A good miner eau mak? from vf??? l
with prospect of steady employment thohn.t
winter and spring. After a litti- ngh ,n
laborers can eirn from S , aSfe
Apply ImniHiiately at my office, on Water Rtri.'
between Main and Sycamore, or at the jtltn,
C29 JOHN WYMOND.
f "ORN AND
tons choice ronnfr.- -T '
ET.T.f ATr - Tt.i'ir '
1 nmiL,l GROCERY
Six
IT HITE XFStriwi-. Tm.
consignment at - hs ; for sale on
for makini- . ,
" 1-
V1 MAIN STREET
HujrsTTER'S PLANTATION B I TT ,
German Bitters. . 1 a"1
of PatentMedicines.at " 7 17 MAI N STK BET,
uu mm a .
Sausom, Johu.'i'ot 8, bio'ck'24 '"
do lot 9... do ...24...7L7.7'
"o lot 10...do...24 ..
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bchi ling, Fred, lot 5...do...75..
Shirk, Elbert H, lot 3...d...78 '
do lot 10...do (U
ELLIOTT'S TAMILY GROCERY.
, : "i,fnMlfl hospitals convent. 6".
ylums and famil
'-s generally, and are recei
alia alaiia ,, .
from a collar iorkCT!!'- All fabric..
M . l . . ' - ...
ring
washed per-
and a
Clothes can be washerf r j . ...
out inhaling steam or n nr r,nsen w,tu-
ting the hand, in "uns' or even put
For 8al nn 1 v at-
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
a 1 1 K L t'li 1 ! . . :
r tIT,,:, r -f A"l"I,TERATED CREAM
pure at use ; ajso Soda and gpces
PUre,at 17 MAIN STRERT
CHPRor?80??', MniniosiT
, .. W-J- P SIVIDDARD S
J MAIN STRKET
7.;.. niamiracture for kIm
4 60
do lot U An u, 3 30
do lot 21 An 'inj 3.30
do . Int 91 A , ' '' 3 3o. :
sniir ..... . . ":.;....: i .Hoa
, nuKisi, JUl ID. ..U0.. 79
c ". u?; -lot 17...do.79 ' "
""pries, Henry, lot 11. ..r-0
do Jot 12. ..do 30
join c:::::! 3i't'i;:::::::""r-
.ao Jot 3 An ..a '-
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uu tu, , ri
Sterl,
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Thurling, Charies' . - h.?r Vf '--
ySKiot iT, bhik 8'.ot 9 block 7e
"rush, lot 1, block 3a""
Jo 2 -do . ..33::::
lot 3... do ...33
Jot 4... do ...38
'ot 5... do ...33 w
ot 6... do .33.'"
'ot 7... do.. 33
lot 8... do ...33 "
"" lot 9... do ..33..
lo 10...do...33....'.7
lot ll...do...33...
lot 12. ..do. ..33
lot 13...do...33.
23....
wringer $26.
ind
uiUUUiKU'S. 17 ,; 7
varied assortmenr ..
. ITMAIN STRKET
1L THE OLD
WriZZARD"
1 J"no ; "apply just received at
ts at STODDARD'S Its
ORIGINAL
17 Main Street.
Hosmer A
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2 4(1
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5 70
1 50
1 50
1 :
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9t
96
3 90
6 40
1 50 I
1 au
1 ao 1
1 20 j
1 20 !
1 20 1
1 20
1 32
1 20
1 20
1 20
1 20
1 20
. . .u vrap pfT pound
200 Boxes Frank's Oraage Lump tt7
S ' Bd in dies, perpoond ....
300 Boies Barow's, in Caddie
X firtfj" ' 1-et' VT pound
"J"""". i.ipnr, per pound i w,
100 Boxes Sua Cured Tobacco a
It.s Home Baaa Twin Tvk
1 fM Barrels Smoking TobaccoT'
200 brxes Bond's Scotch Snuff -50
Half Barrels FiiiA.r'n. r,,.'.
10ft Mer;haum Pipes ; n Tobacco ;
100 Gross Briar and Wod Pin. .
j eOO.OUO Clay Pipes, assorted t
100 Gross Bubber Pines .'
1 10.000 assorted Pipe Stems :
25,000 Conha Cigars '
24,000 Henry Clay Oaaaa fir...
20,000 Henry C'.av . ,1 Z,' .' K
Drums Turkish SnCXf :
1.000 Bale. KSSLuVSSS. Toteeo;
,000 Pounds Mackahl a
2,000 French Sunt
Merchants and Sto tr
"terestjexemo; ' ths,r
tut 27
rVcforf 8 Room
MOrr tor. Locust 4 Walersts.
SpHK''' !.food..and wtllae,
rati .... :.. "J noo 'n our Stat
lilt"
We would
' aoZt
n our Sute.
from the manufacturers.
deal m oar line, to bnv r-f .V "'uts who
,,0 UTr M) IK.rrM.
m 1
Evansville, IndiVn.
ACTlOIT& COMMIS'ION
Old Auction House and a ITewAnrT
tioneer. B'
JJ. COHN, HAVING RENTED THE nr r
Auction Room on the corner of Main
Third Streets, EvausriUe, fot term of yearT
.-outiuu.. the Auction alal Commissioi businZiuL
ud attend to selling all kiade of Goods, Fumlln?
Wagons, Buggies, Carrfatjes, Hor Caats.
kinds of Manufactured Articles, 4c. Liberal T
rancunteats made on consignments.
Prompt attention will be given to all goods ea
ruated to my care. (marZa) j j COHN
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