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FOR LEASE.
PO LEASE THE BEST UNOCCUPIED
Hin Street
I Will lej-M fnr lni rm cf vcars a cortw
irociiof a jeet tor w running (
on Sycamore street.
Atao, two lota fronting 2t feet 6 inches on Syca
more street by 60 fret in depth. One of said lot
corners on the alter, back of Bo men t and Vtele's
Store For terras apply to
botIT MBS. 0. I. LEWIS
FOR SALE.
T70R SALE A
HOUSE AND LOT ON THE
J? river bank, tenth of Gnm street.
The house
la almost new, contains 6 rooms, hall, pantry,
Ac. Good stable, wood-shed, outbuildings, Ac.
lot 614 fret fro" by 150 feet deep.
A bargain will be given Inquire at this office,
or of JNO. S. McCORKLJ:.
X70K SALE A FAKM OF 40 ACRES LO
F CATKD about 4 miles from the city ; in high
star of cultivation ; cf the best soil, Frame House,
Kood fences; on reasonable forms. Apply to
JACOB 8INZICH A SON,
norS Water bet. Sycamore and Vine.
IHJR SALE THE FOLLOWING LOTS ON
A? reasonable terms, in Huston's Addition :
Lots 16. 17. IS. lfi. 20 and 21. fronting l.V, fcet on '
Division Street ; Lot 37, 38, and 39, fronting 80 I
feet on Kim Street; Lots 4. 49, and 50, fronting i
so iton Third street. Apply to
aov20-
TUOS. E. GARVIN,
Third Street.
House and Lot for Sale.
ONE OF THE MOST DESIBABLE BESI
DENCEs in the city for sale ; in complete
order, containing ten Booms with Chanualiere and
Bracketta for Gas. two brick Cisterns, Stable,
Wood, Coal and Out-Houses, a good dry brick
Cellar 18 leet square., well lighted.
Tbe House is wood heavy oak frame stands
back 40 feet from the street, leaving a beautiful
front yard. Corner Lot 75 by 300 fret, enclosed
with a good substantial fence. Corner of Oak and
Water streets, above the residence of Bobert
Barnes. Esq. Enquire of
octlO-tf CHARLFS BABCOCK,
" No. 8 Main Street.
?OB SALE LOTS 15 AND 10, BLOCK 51,
A? la the Eastern Enlargement of the city of
Evansville, at a bargain. Enquire of
BOTStf ASA IGLEHEABT.
"COB SALE A TWO STORY BBICK
HWEL-
17 LING, containing nine rooms.
, a good celler,
and cistern, and out-bnildings, together
with the lot on which it is situated. Said lot is
situated on Second Streat, the next square above
Mr. B. Raleigh's dwelling. Said lot fronts 62
fast on Second street, and runs back 150 feet to ai
alley. The lot is high and wall improved. For
terms apply to O. E. LEWIS.
novStf
THIS FARM IS LOCATED ONE MILE
from Golcoada, Pope County, Illinois! is in
a high state of cultivation, with one of the finest
slews of the Ohio river of any on its banks. It
contains about one hundred and forty acres ;
good dwelling and out-houses ; a fine Peach and
Apple Orchard, all Grafted choice fruit of about
1,000 Trees, and Nurse rr oH.OOO or 8,000 Trees, all
Ine Grafted Fruit. Will be sold at a great bar
gain, or exchanged for city property.
For full particulars enquire of W. E. Stockton,
on ths premises, or Zach. Taylor of this city.
oc27-4w
FOR REN TOR SALE.
FC R RENT OB 8ALE A BEAUTIFULLY
situated Residence, near the Salt Wells, with
abo it two acres of Land. Enquire of
E. E. MINGST, cor. Main and First.
WANTS.
WANTED. A few hundred dollars of "Bick
et's Checks " wanted to fill an order, at tut
Saving's Bank, No. 4. First street. oct30
8ATCBDAY NOVEMBER 28
M. THAYER,
J. X. SILVERTHORX,.
Editor.
.Associate.
NEWS SUMMARY.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Morning Report. Our morning dis
patches, though containing nothing pos
itively startling, are very interesting
From the army of the Potomac we learn
that it was greatly cheered by the news
of Grant's success, and was anxious to
be led against the rebels. In this they
are to be eratified. Camp was broken
np Thursday morning, and the whole
army put in motion for the Bapidan. It
was supposed that a battle would take
place near the Gcrmania Ford or at
Jacob's Mills It is stated that the re
bel Generals Paley and Ewell are dead
the former of wounds received at
Bristow, and the latter of sickness
Richmond papers are whistling in the
dark to keep their spirits up. They
claim that war is henceforth the business
of the South It is stated there are 2,-
000,000 cotton bales at Atlanta a tempt
ing prize Genera! Burnside's position
is not regarded as seriously dangerous.
His communications south are kept
open The account of the manner in
which the Missionary Ridge was stormed
is interesting. The boys got excited in
storming the rifle-pits, and swept over
the mountain, carrying their officers
with them. Generals Grant and Thom
as, previous to the assault, had regarded
the hill as impregnable by a direct at
tack. It was a glorious manifestation of
the invincibility of our Western boys.
Noon Report. The glorious newa
cnlminated in our noon dispatches.
Bragg is utterly routed his trains, ar
tillery and caissons being abandoned
and falling into our possession. TL
trinmph is grand. Ourrmy is in rapid
pursuit, and will, no doubt, utterly de
stroy, scatter or capture the whole rebel
army. Over sixty pieces of artillery
are said to have fallen into our hands
In addition to this cheering news,
we learn that the army of the Potomac
is advancing across the Rapidan in three
-W. -Warm work is expected
As we more than exp6CtBrr;-nr,wi
aeem to have broken their faith in de
livering the supplies sent by our Gov
ernment to the prisoners confined at
Richmond. Those who were sent to
DanVll'f" WPK without lilonl-nto o,1
even filthy and ragged. It is stated that !
the clothing sent them was delivered to
Lee's army instead of to our prisoners.
A more infamous violation of faith is
not recorded on the pages of history.
Night Report. Our latest telegraph
dispatches report the movement of Gen.
Meade's army, and give us various spec
ulations as to his probable plans. His
aim seems to be to possess himself of
the heights of Fredericksburg, and thug
obtain a short line of supplies for him
self, and at the same time cut off the
direct line of the retreat of General Lec
on Richmond Operations in Charles.
ton harbor are becoming more active,
and Gillmore occasionally reminds the
rebels that the city is fairly under his guns
by hurling a monster shell into the heart
of the city We have stronz faith in the
ultimate safety and success of the Ifooa- '
isr Opnoral on.i hi. -n-. I
ler
" " um I'm iHiir o styi xr i
O " -a J .
we believe, successfully r.
ma traiiant urmv
Great has,
heved him, and rendered Longstreet's
j
position extremely precarious The
pursuit of Bragg's demoralized army
goes on vigorously, and our latest dis
patches represent Hooker and Thomas
as having reached a point half way be
tween Chattanooga and Dalton, driving
Bragg from every position where he at-
tQm, . i. j nr i
".pwru iu wane is Hb&uu...... i e uavc j
nothing definite from the army of the '
lotomac Every day now is big with
events, and news will bo awaited with
intense interest
Operations at Chattanooga
ome of the most brilliant achieve-
in ;nts of the war have transpired this
ek.
Larly Monday moraing Qen.
vaui s arm, nv corps, Wis ng jn
mo-
tii :, and by a series of brilliant and suc
c ssful movemanU, Bragg was driven
f-orn Lookout Mountain and Missionary
riidge.
Fighting Joe Hooker, on the right,
Hanked Lookout, and captured it, open
ing the river and railroad to Chattanoo-
v On the east Sherman crossed the
Tennessee above lssionary Ridge, be
tween that and the Chicamaura. and
marching along in the valley east of the
ridge, attacked iu succession the ene
my's fortified positions 0:1 the succession
of hills.
In the meantime Hooker swept around
to the south, to the enemy's left, and to-
ward thp nnaitinn mi Mission P iArra frr,
. r , m. . 6 '
wnicn our army lell OacKOn lliuday nighti
.Fio. ih. k.l.f rh;.n,.. n
marched direct from Chattanooga, be
tween the ranges toward the enemy's
center. These operations appear to have
occupied three days, resulting in a com
plete victory, won by skillful strategy and
heroic righting, with a loss on our aide
small compared with that of the enemy,
and with the important results achieved.
This success secures the results of the
Chattanoojra campaign, and worthilv
w
crowns the brilliant career of the Army
of the West It dashes all the hopes the
Confederates have built up on the situa
tion of Chattanooga, and Bends them
back a ruined army and a broken down
general, and leaves them without a sin.
gle place where they can hope to break
the fatal coil that is closing in upon
them.
Our captures of guns, stores and pris
oners are very large, and the advan
tages gained are of such a character as
to place the rebel armies under Bragg
and Longstreet in a most perilous posi
tion. Longstreet will be compelled to
retreat hastily from before Knoxville,
and Bragg from before Chattanooga,
which will permit the victorious armies
of Grant and Burnside to move at once
into what Jetl. Davis calls the vitals of
the Confederacy.
The Army of the Potomac is also in
motion, stripped of all encumbrances
and eager to emulate the glorious
achievements of the armies in Tennes
see.
1 he loyal people of the North had
g0d cause to render thanksgiving
and praise to the god of battles on
luursday last
Mission Sunday School.
The Sixth Anniversary of this inter
eating Sabbath School was held in Cres-
c ant City Hall, on Thursday afternoon.
I he large hall was crowded with chil
dren belonging to the school, and their
visiting mends. We have not witnessed
muio lULcrcsuug Bigni man mat pre
sented by the 600 children assembled to
commemorate the organization of a Sun
day School, in which they weekly receive
It ssons of instruction in those things per
taining to Bttctr cwmio wdAn. TU.
exercises of the afternoon consisted in
singing, speaking by visitors, recitations,
Ac,, the whole under the direction of the
Superintendents, Messsrs. Blount and
Tilesoa The songs were sung "with
the spirit and the understanding." The
children were happy in their souls, and
gave expression to it in their songs.
The exercises were as follows:
1st, Song; 2d, Prayer by Rev. Mr.
McCarer; 3d, Song; 4th, Address by
Rev. Mr. Fellows ; 5th, Song ; 6th, Ad
dress by Wm. . French; 7th, Song;
8th, Recitation by infant class of boys,
under the direction of 'heir teacher, Mrs.
Colonel Drew; 9th, Recitation by Mr.
Ashley; 10th, Song; 11th, Address by
Dr. Day; 12th, Refreshments.
The latter were provided by the offi
cers and teachers of the school, and
were received by the children with hear
ty pleasure.
The Secretary of the school, Mr. De
witt Lamphier, read his annual report,
which we are disposed to give our read
ers in full. It is as follows:
Evansville, Nov. 26th, 1863.
This being the occasion of the Sixth
Anniversary ot the Mission School we
nave once more assembled together with
joy in our hearts, an! songs of praise in
our mouths to God, for the many mercies
He has bestowed on us as the " Mission
ounaay acnool.
Notwithstanding the many excite
rasnts ana the many interruptions that
we have experienced durintr the vPr
juoi jjm-scu, me ocnooi nas increased in
;.,. i o i ii
prosperity. It has averaged 336 schol
ars in attendance ot a Sabbath an in
- uiw iuk year. inig ig
quite an increase, when we take into con-
?iSSia"on-uie d'mculty in obtaining
any experiencenSunyonow-
tnai h is impossible to keep up regular
classes without regular teachers.
mi
xne increase nas been in the attend
ance 01 tne girls, and not the boys, who
riBtasa A i 1 a "
al?8
off in attend n
The average attendance of teachers was
not as large this year as it was the year
preceding, the number being 24. Oat
of the 31 who commenced the year with
ns, 1J of the number quit teaching dur
ing the year, and their places were only
partially supplied, leaving some of the
classes without regular instructors for
months at a time. I find, in looking
over the names of the teachers, that out
of the 29 who are now teaching, there
are but four gentlemen a fact that
spuaks very badly for the young men of
our city, or very highly for the ladies, I
don't knoV which. During the months
of July. August, September and October,
one-third ot the year, the average num-
oer n teacners in attendance was only
1 7, when there were 30 classes to be sup
plied. I dwell upon this to show our
friends, who have favored us with their
presence, the difficulty there is in keep
ing up a corps of teachers. This School
wa ' established in the year 1857, and had,
at the commencement, thirteen
and ' find among the names of the thirteen
tear'iers who helped start the School,
twr who are now teaching, and have al
way ; boetij present whenever it was! in
the-r power to attend, dnn'no- tho
i
years that the school has been in opera-
In saying this I do not want to dispar
age in t,he least, the efforts of any of the
other teachers, who, althonKh they were
no' present at the opening of the school
nave been as failhfnl guardians over
tbair little flocks, as the mountain shen-
18 over bis fleecy pets.
Among ine omcers, jar. wm. iiieston,
oi Assistant Superintendent, is the only
on j mat was present at tbe ovenina. and
a more faithful person, it would have
been impossible to have obtained.
Come when you may, you will always
find bira in his place, for during the
last year he has been absent but twice.
The School is indebted to him for all
those beautiful hymns that the scholars
can, and love to sing so well.
One of the most interesting features j
of the School is the Infant Class, taught
by Mrs Drew, it has averaged in at
tendance fifty-seven scholars. The moat
of the time this class has bad a room to
itself and it has been kept so entirely by
itself, that its teacher and her assistant,
have earned it on without any connec
tion with the main School; so much so,
that oae might call it a Sabbath School
within itself.
One more item and lam done, and
that is the item of expense. With the in
crease of numbers the expenses increase
in like proportion. The current expens
es for last year amounted to about $ 170,
and for the coming year they will be ful
ly np to that araonnt if not more, and
as the fu.ud.-t have to be raised by dona
tions, we hope that when the officers
ask aid from the friends of the School,
that they will receive all the encourage
ment that the cause deserves. We have
continued the practice commenced last
year, that is giving to each scholar a pa
per in the place of a library book. The
number of papers distributed amounted
to 17,470, hieing an excess of 2,694 over
last je irs distribution.
We feel the greatest pleasure in pub
lishing this report, because the officers
of the school will be under the necessity
of calling on oar citizens for funds to
keep it going another year. This report
exhibits the disposition that will be made
of the funds appropriated. A more
worthy object, we venture to say, or one
better calculated to do lasting goodi
never enlisted the sympathies of onr
people. We trust that, when the officers
do appeal for help, the response will be
liberal and prompt Evansville cannot
afford, under any circumstances, to lose
the benefits derived from the Mission
School.
Communicated.
A Patriotic College.
Editors Journal :
For the benefit of the friends of edu
cation, I will say, by your permission
through the Journal, that " the Union
Christian College " is in successful op
peration under the supervision of Prof
A. P. Hall, who ia favorably known as
one of the first educators of the West
He is assisted by such eminent professors
as Jennings and Buff, also, Miss Gerard
and Miss Lapham, who teach their na
tive language, to-it: French, and Ger
man. The winter term commences Decem
ber 16th. Tuition free to all, wounded
oldiers, who are in indigent circum
stances. The college is located at Me
rom, Ind., on the highlands of the Wa
bash, midway between Vincennes and
Terre Hante. The depot for Merom is
Sullivan, where daily hacks meet the
train ; Merom is nine miles from Sulli
van, and is a village of unsurpassable
morals. Ladies board in the college
building with Mrs. President Summer
bell. Gentlemen board in the village.
Price per week, $1 50 to'.$2 00.
N. B. Wilciksov.
raw ABVFTiTISEMENTS.
DIED.
On ths morning of ths !Gth, Nn. CORNELIA
X. BDTTS, consort of Henry Butts, from that
fatal, lingering dlssass -Consumption.
Ths friends of the family are inrited to atteud
the burial this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from their
rssidencs, corner of Locust and Third streets'. A
funeral discourse will be delivered at some future
time, ef which due notice will be giren.
AMUSEMENT.
Positively but ono
GRAND CONCERT!
IN THIS CITY,
HI (BATCHDAY) EVENING,
November 28th, 1863, at
CRESCENT CITY HALL !
THE CELEBRATED
BIiAOK S"7T-A.B-
(MISS E. T. GREENFIELD,)
Under the management of COL. WOOD, lately
returned from Europe, where she met
with great success, will give
One Grand Vocal & Instrumental
Concert
CoV Wood challenges ths World to produce
Her Equal. She sings 31 Clear Notes.
MR. ( HAS. DODOS Plants.
Admission 60s. Children 25c
B Col. Wood is agent for all the first
class Piano Manufacturers in this country and
Europe Those wishing god instruments, cheap,
will do well to call on him. dlt
NOTICE.
HEADQUARTERS PROVOST MARSHAL,
1
ar vuiui't, Evausvuie, ind.,
November 27, 1363,
iuiit;K IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ANY
XI person enrolled in the First District as sub
ject to draft, may appear before the Board of En
rollment, at Evansville, Ind., and claim to have
his name stricken off the list, if he can show to
the satisfaction of toe Board that he is not, and
will not bo liable to military duty at the time fix
ed for tbedraft, on account of, 1st, Alienage : 2d
on-resldence; 3d, Unenltableness ot Age: 4th,
Manifest permanent Disability,
til the Sotirbeeam&e SSg. H jgjgg speciftednn-
will be heard.
By order of the Prevost Marshal General
BLYTHE HTNKS, Provost Marshal
novUMd And President of Board.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the citi
sens of Evansville and vicinity will confer a
P" fV.J ANNI KELSON, who will be
foond at the Washington Rm,,. i. i
of her son, Wm. Nelson, who lives somewhere
near this place. By so doing, you will confer a
favor on a lonely widow.
novza-CT ANNE NELSON.
THANKS.
HAVING SOLD OCT OUR STOCK OF GRO
CERIES te Mr. J. P. 1CLLTOTT
onr sincere thanks to our numerous frin,i .-a
customers for ths very liberal patronage bestowed
uwnu,.Biiu(iiwpMi nine years.
We take pleasure in recommondinr
ance of the same to our euccessor. bellevln Mm
in every way worthy of ths same.
o"" VICKEBT BROS.
STOVE WORKS.
W. UrSKVKYBS. A. RILBLIXO
SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS.
BRINKMEYER & CO.,
Manulacturer of
Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Ballings,
House, Front, Verandas,
Baleontes, Castings la General,
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARS, Ac
Bale Boom Main Street, opposite Court
Hons.
"Foundery Near th Month of Pigeon Creek
K VANS VILLE, IND.
ORDERS SOLICITED tat my
AUCTION & COMMIS'ION
Old Anc tion House and a Hew Ane
tioneer.
T J. COHN. HA VINO RENTED THE OLE
Y, J uetion Room en the corner of Main and
h ?LU' r a term of years, will
o iJSLA' f0". ,d Oommisslou business,
Walo 5,Uoa11 kinds of Goods, Furniture
EsrSiSsfe m Hor,. ctti.,s
fciad of Maaufaet ured Articles, Ac. Liberal ad -eaueemenu
made on onsIgnmaU
Prompt attention will b aiv.n to all good en.
raited to my tan. (mart?) J. J. COHN
mi
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
BT THE E. i W. LINE.
Exclusively for the Journal.
GLORIOUS NEWS
!
BRAGG Completely Routed.
His Wagons, Artillery and
Caissons Captured.
Union Army in Full Pursuit.
Prisoners Captured by Thou
sands. Grant Still Moving on Their
Works.
Washington-, Nov. 27. Headquarters
have received a dispatch from General
Grant, dated Chattanooga, Nov. 27th, 10
a. m. , stating that the rout of the enemy
is complete. He has abandoned his
wagons, caissons and artillery. They
are found everywhere. He thinks Bragg' 8
loss of artillery is fully 60 pieces.
A large number of prisoners have been
captured. The pursuit will continue to
Red Clay in the morning.
Grant says in his dispatch he starts
for there in a few hours.
Advance of the Army of the Potomac
Head (tnarteri Moved at T O'clock
It will Cross the Rapidan in Three
Columns.
Washington, Nov. 27. The Army of
the Potomac moved early yesterday
morning towards the Rapidan,and Head
Quarters followed at 7 o'clock.
The Army advanced in three columns
and will cross at as many different fords.
vcar lor tne raltnrul Delivery of
Stores Sent to our Prisoners They
are Deuevect to have been sent to
Lee's Army.
New York, Nov. 27. The Tribune's
special says it is feared the clothing and
provisions sent by our Government to
the Union prisoners have never reached
them, but have been sent to Lee's army.
One who saw the prisoners, some 2,
000, on their way to Danville, says they
had not a blanket, and were filthy and
ragged. It is Gen. Meredith's opinion,
also, that the rebels have broken faith in
this matter.
Steamer Sunk. r'i
Cincinnati, jnov. 'l The steamer
Telegraph No. 3, bound from Cairo to
Memphis, mink at Osceola on Monday.
She had 4,000 sacks of Government grain
and a number of passengers. Three ne
groes were drowned and two men scald
ed. No casualties among the passen
gers. She lies with 7 feet of water on
the lower decks, and will doubtless be
raised.
River and Weather.
Ci.vu.ii,,, yu, 27. XLo river has
risen 13 inches within the last 24 hours,
with 13 feet 3 inches in the channel.
Weather clear. Thermometer 48
barometer 29 deg. "0 min.
" " l . . ..
COMMERCIALS
Cincinnati Markets.
Cincinnati, Nov. 27 r M.
FLOUR unsettled and prk-es nominal.
WHEAT 3 to 5e lowr and dull ; very little de
mand.
CORN firm at
for new.
$1 10llfor old, and 959Ge
OATS held at S48.-
HOGS dull and 25e lower, at $C 30(37 00 e-
ceipts 7,000 head for two days.
snmn unit at 7:ie
LARD
saies at lOQll for bead and gut
and lie Sir nrlme.
Market for all articles of hog products fiat, and
hanllv anv dtuiand.
GROCERIES dull and unchanged
SvLV, H? ,to 42c na Si,TOr to 38 and 36c.
S.ALIIANGE dull.
Jicw York Market.
New Yoex, Novemlier 27. "
78COJJTON ln and heavy and 2QSo lower, at
LOUR very irregular, unsettled, and I0(a25c
lower; g, 30(73o for extra R. II. O., and $7 4TVS
9 50 for trade brands, Closing heavy .
WHISKY quiet at 7273c, and 75c for Westsrn.
lower Try dU" aUd ,,omil,, n'1 8dSc
RYBand Barley quiet.
CORN dull and "l2e lower, at 1 18 for shipping
mixed Western.
O ATS heavy and SQSc lower, with sales at 8Ca
87 for Western and State.
PORK opened quiet and closed firm at S16 50
Tor olu niASi nd g:7 70lft 00 for uew.
BACON SIDES quiet und wirhout any material
chance.
DRESSED HOGS dull and lower at 74a8.
LARD dull, heavy and lower.
JIONKY active and quit, finn at 7 nor cent
STERLING EXCHANGE decidedly dull and
loweratS15nlofl. '
GOLDdecidedlv lo
til A.iU' rfutl.'.i,.. ,.11 5 . -
V .vni,i.i iu ,j, anil cioeiug qniet at 44
STOCKS firm, with a fair
business doing.
GROCERIES.
I tfVXIUI YARNS 25 BAGS MATSVILLE
a mm oou s ; tor sale by
3- E. GILBERT ft CO.,'.
oc-i No. 4 Sycamore Street.
LXTRA FLOCR 100
BBLS. ON CONSIGN
mem ; for sale at
OR
STAR
bv
oc22
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
CANDLES 100 BOXES; FOR SALE
S. E. GILBERT ft CO f
0. 4 Sycamore Street.
I . 7 -DO MATS FOR SALE LOW TO
Vthe trade by 8. E. GILBERT ft CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
r ttv a . -
FRESH FIGS 600
Just received by
lrunis
S. K.
very choice quality
GILBERT & CO.
CORN BROOMS
for sale by
150 dozen just received and
S. E. GILBERT ft CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
STRCPS 125
low by
whole and half barrels for sale
S. E. GILBERT ft CO ,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
GOVERN M KNT NORTHERN PITCU
tor sale bv
-10 bbls
E. GILBERT ft CO..
No. 4 Sycamore Street .
WELL BUCKETS 50 dozenfor sale bv"
8. E. RII.srT . itr
fc. U1LHERT A CO
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
(COTTON BATTING-50"bale7fcrsale lowftf'
V S. E. GILBERT ft CO., '
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
SEIVES 25 dozen assorted for sale by
8. E. GILBERT A OO .
No- Sycamore Street.
pOAL O1L-I0 bbls- best reOned white
ealo by S. E. GILRKRT a nn
fcr
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
EET CIDER 10 birrela rlw.t e n-.A ..
made from selected Winter Apples, at
H. A. COOK'S.
B .NK ELECTION.
THt0KU0LDKIIS Iw THE EVANS-
T .. YILLE Branch of the Bank of the State of
, ,nn J"iiiVe J'??bT.notifled that the snnualelee
tion will bo hoM at-the Ranking IT...... i
ville, on Tuesday January 5th, IStH, betaeen the
hours of 10 o'clock a. ni. and. 3 o'clock p m for
five Directors to serve the eusueing yecr
By order of the Board of Directors, i ,.,
no25dawtt SAM'L BAYARD. Cashier
NOTICE.
TN PURSIANCB AT THE RECOMMEND A -X
tion of the General in command of the national
- , X , ' """" atoroa will be author-
- - "... w nuiuur.
! on and after the 25th instant, by
Assistant 8plal Agent or th
ment at Little Rok, or upon his
Mr. Loyal Casz
ji..i-iiiy i-pariment hi A,uue Kock, or upon his
recommendation by th Assistant fwiai
at Helena, Memphis and Si. Louis, or at m nffl-
in Cincinnati. W: P. MELLE?f
nI'- "P. Agt. Trea. Dept.,
dot24-2 It Agiacy.
tin
GROCERIES.
t. B. WUtlllt. AS. klOOS. w. J. SVQj
WHEELER, BIGGS & SUGG,
Wholer o dealers in
SALT, COTTON YAH BIS
Nails, Window Glass. Sash, Door , 4.C.
No. 17 North First Street,
Corner of Sycamore.
KVANSVILLK, INDIANA.
COPARTNERSHIP
XXTT HATI ASSOCIATED WITH VS Will J
TV Sucg, lata of Uoiontown. Kt.. in the
Wholesale Grocery business. The style of tho firm
will be w heeler, Kiggs S Sugg.
Will
ELER ft RIGGS.
SYRUPS
40 bbls XXX Bert ran J Syrup:
60 bb "
50 10 gal. kegs ' '
J5 bbls Excelnlsr " "
40 bbls " '
10 hols Honey " "
15 ' N. 0. Molasses. "
For sals cheap bv
nor28 WIIKILU, RIGGS Sl'GG.
GLA88 ! GLASS
100 boxes 8X10 Glass, "City;"
la " 10XU
25 " &X12 '
15 " 9X14 "
" 9X1S si
25 " 10X15 '
85 ' 10X10 -15
' 10X18 '
25 Pint Flasks;
20 " Quart Flasks ;
10 jars;
15 yc gallon Jars;
28 i .i
On hand and for sle cheap by
WHEKLEB, RIGGS k Sl'GG.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE CHEAP
GO boxes a sorted Csndy ;
65 ' assorted Gam Drops ;
25 LoEeugrs;
40 " Fancy Candy ;
25 " Fire Crackers.
And a rariety of Christmas Fixius. By
WHEELER, K1UUS SUGG.
FRUITS AND NUTS ,
50 boxet Layer Basin :
60 ' M. K.
75 V bx Layer "
100Jbx "
rxilbs Currants:
1000 lbs Fresh Fin :
10 trails S. 8. Almonds ;
10 bbls Filberts ;
5 " Cream Nuts;
10 " Hecans
All fresh and for tale cheap by
WHEKLEB, RIQQ3 k SUGG.
SUGAR
25 hhds choice N. O. Sugar ;
10 " Porto Rico
25 bbls A. Coffee
25 ' B. " "
50 ' T.i, .,
20 " Cr'd " "
16 .j
Bought before the adrance, and foi sale by
. WHEELER, RlQiiS k SUGG.
COFFEE
110 bags prims Rio Coffee ;
50 ' Fair
25 boxes Gronnd "
100 ' Essence "
On hand and and to arrire by
WHEELEB, RIGGS k SUGG.
s
ODA 100 kegs "New Castle" Sodu :
600 lbs Sal. Soda:
25 lbs A. M. Soda ;
25bxs, 1 lb papers.
Just received and for sale cheap, by
WHEELER, RIGGS A 8UGG.
OILS AND PAINTS- '
6 bbls Linseed Oil ;
90 bbls Coal
250 cans Wagon Oil, a new article ;
800 ksgB White Lead ;
1000 lbs Putty ;
60S lbs Venitian Bed.
All for sale at lowest cash prices, by
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG.
UNDRII8
10U boxes Soap, assorted ;
40 " Pewamtau Floes:
1
auu uoaen assorted Brooms ;
500 reams Paper ;
109 boxes Washing Blus ;
S00 lbs Twine, substitute tor Cotton :
800 lbs Hemp Twine;
10tboxeardlties, li't;
000 "
78 " 1 lb can Oysters ;
50 " 2 lb can "
And a thouand things too numerous te men
tion, for sale as cheap as the cheapest, by
novtS WHEELEB, RIGGS SUGG.
TAKE NOTICE.
THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES REMAINING
on hands in the Adams Express office at Ev
ansville, which, if net called for before the first
day of December uext, will be sold on that day at
public auction, at 10 o'clock a. m , to pay iroight
d sassasjaa t .
1 ukg, J W Jarrett, Jarrettsville, Ind.
1 ao, J 8 Johnson, Evansville.
1 do, J J KrUs, Jo
1 do, Kate Sellanf . MorgaufielJ, Ky.
1 bx, D H Kennedy, Evansville
'-' pkgi. D B Kitchen, Polk Patch, Ind.
1 do. M Kroetx, Evansville.
1 do, P Kloppar, do.
2 pkgs. Col R Kirk ham, Shawneetown, Ills
1 pkg, J Lynn k Co., Lyuuvlile, Ind.
1 do, Samuel Listen, Evansville.
I do, Andrew Laugmuenter. Evansvllla
I do, Dr A Mayer k Son,
do.
i uo, w Muck,
1 bdl, Wm MeClure,
1 keg, B Morris,
1 pkg, Mertlus ft K renter,
1 do, W T Mounts.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
1 bx, 8 H Menton, Carmi, Ills.
l 2 PkS. Martindak, NewWu, Jasper co. In '.
I 1 W p Worse, Evausvillo
pag, J Y, Norton. Sbawneotown, Ills
1 do, Mrs SB Neale, Evansville, Ind
1 C bag, "Owner" Miss V H Hunter, Evansville
1 pkg, P G O BIIey, ' """
1 do, Theo Pleiesh,
1 lll. W Powers,
' 4 J0"11" Parker, Bockport, Ind.
1 O bag. A Heaamuu, Evansville, Ind.
1 bdl, E Perigo, BoonviPe, Ind
IC bag, U Uichasan, Evansville.
1 pkg. J W Spain,
1 do, C Schowentia, "
1 do, M 8 Sanwm,
do, J Sneuer,
1 machine Scautlinft Co , Evansville
1 nkg, J W Stjrmouat, -t
1 bdl, Lncy E Simmous, "
1 pkg, J B Stephenson, Caseyvillc, Ky
1 do, D 6 Anderson, Evansville.
1 guu, G W Ashcraft, "
2 pkgs, D 8 Anderson, '
1 trunk, E Bocksteln.
1 pkg, Mr Brauu,
1 C bag, P D Bichman, "
1 bx, W 8 Brackett, Carlow, Ky.
1 pkg, G Bowman, Evansville.
1 C bag, Heory Baldwin, Evansville.
pg, u vt DTaaiey,
1 do, Mary Bruer,
1 do, W Bunte, Santa Claua, Ind.
1 bx. Fieldimr Calvin Call w - .cj -r .
Regiment. "'1 xma-
l pkg, Mayer ft Conn, Evansville, Ind
I trunk, W Grassland, Shawneetown, Ind
1 pkg. S II Campbell, Oakland, Ind
t a 'owner, Btewartsville, Ind.
1 do, Sarah Calemberger, Henderson, Ky
1 do, M J Carroll, Evansville, Ind.
1 do, W II Dixon, Oakland, Ind
1 do, Jno Dalley, Equality, Ills.
1 do, J Downend, Eldorado, Ills.
1 casting, J 8 Davis, Evansville.
8ckJc5e' H Deniberger, Stewartsville, led.
1 do, E J DobclLEvan.ville, Ind.
1 do, J Emerick,
1 do, Graham ft Bro, PhiirtpsfOwn, Ind.
1 bx, 8 Goodman, Evansville.
1 do, Jas Hopkins, Henderson, Ky.
1 pkg, Wm Haynes, Evansville, Ind.
tgftjgjWSks iisiiie' sjssaj sjass
1 do, J House EvaTsviile, Ind.
1 casting, M Indlcutt, Evansville. Ind.
1 sack, Fh Inglebrandt,
1 pkg. Journal Co.,
1 do, G Jang,
1 do, J J Jarret, Jarrettsville, Ind.
1 do, G Thompton, Evansville
I do, W H Thompson,
1 bx, Ool. Von Traboa, "
1 pkg, W W Ware. Hopkinsvllle, Ky.
1 do, Thos Watson, Evansville, Ind.
2 do, C S Wells, do
i trunk, J H Wilson, do
1 Package, Capt E T Wallace, Evansville, Ind.
1 do, J Wise Henderson.
1 do, J P Wilson, Newbnrg, Ind.
1 do, W J Whiting, Oynthiaua, lad.
1 do, J K Weaaer, Poseyville, Ind
ldo, P Zentholer, Evansville.
1 pair boola, no mark, Evansville
noTl OHAS. 8. WENTZ, Agent.
GROCERIES.
H E N R Y L V T Z
Dealer in
3-HOOBRIE
AMD
PROVISIONS
Cor
Chesnut Street
1
and the
Canal
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA
T HAVE RETCRNED HOME FROM THE
,VmJ' " T to see my old customers,
SutlM,u?,,blit: Knery. t the old stand
The highest market price paid for PRODUCE
I anialao prepared to accommodate people attend!
ng Market with board ami lodgingTa, w in alee
l. thlr horae. and wSc" hlvntg a
CtSL nd wSn-yrd. My Sar 1. alao open
lor customer. u t itt7
UntTBL I Qim.r William R. Bakbb.
8. E. GILBERT ft CO.,
VHOLESaUJE GROCERS,
Sycamore 8treet, bet. Water and Firat,
. srvAtlinixB, Ian.
A rail assortment nf n.: -i i
INTELLTfrF.Vn'R nFFmT!
THE CNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AN I Do,
.
A Intelligence Office, on Third Street, four doors
west of tbe Waehingtoe Hotel, where he will give
strict and prompt attention to all business in that
JOHN WAYMAN.
Zettuag copy eaU
Intelligence Office, on Third Street, foar door.
CLOCKS.
Seth Thomas Clocks.
JUST BECEINED. AN ASSORTMENT Of
Seth Thomas Clxks, tc4 for sale at No. 13
Second street, by
uo2 r. F. ROSENKKANZ
PIANOS.
TWO BPLENDID PIANOS JUST RECEIVED
from tho manufacturer, and fur sal at
WARREN CONYNOTON'S,
noT2-1 No. 1 Main stn-at.
AN ORDINANCE.
AN ORDINANCE IN RELATION TO JEN
nie Liud Tables, Tigeon Hole Tables, and
all othor fables upon which games are playsd with
sticks or balls, cither for ainnsement gain or re
ward. Section t Bo it ordained by the Common Coun
cil of the City of Evansville, that hereafter it shall
not be lawful for the owner, keeper or poswser of
any Jennie Lind. Table, Pigeon Hole Tabli, or any
other table upon which games aro pla;.vt with
sticks or balls, either for amusi'niejit, g;lin or re
ward, to an Her or allow the same to U- used fo
hire or reward of any description r kind wli.it-
bjksr, or for the purpose of deciding or determin
pfi who of two or more persons shall be liabl- to
pay lor any retreglunentg or other urticle, until a
License so to use Mich table shall have been pro
cured according to the provisions of this Ordi
nance. Sec. 2. The price of a Lireuse no to una any ueh
table shall be Ten Dollars for one yenr or any
shorter period, aud no License shall i ... grauted
under this Ordinance for any period less than one
year, or less than the time ihWveninu between
the time of making the application aud tne first
day of August next ensuing: Proeided,
That any person or persons now owning, keep
ing or possessing any soch table, and wishing to
procure a License to nse the same, may make ap
plication for sach License at anv time on or before
the 15th day of December, MSfk
ec. 3. Any person or persons wishing to pro
core a Liconse under this Ordinance, shall pay ttio
price thereof to the City Treasurer, and take his
receipt therefor, which receipt shall be filed
with the City Clerk, srho shall thereupon
make out and attest a License, which shall be
sigued by the II sy or and delivered to the appli
cant. 8ec. 4. Any person or pernors who shall violate
any provision of this Ordinance, shall for every
aud any such violation, forfeit and pay a sum uot
less thaa fifeetn nor more thau Jiftg dollar;
WM. BAKER, Mayor.
Attest : A. PrarruN, ClerA. nor25
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
CORPORATION NOTICE,
osncs ma a plane side wxpk.
Nov. 21. 1803. And now it is hereby ordered and
directed by the common council of the city of Ev
ansuille that the owners of all lots or parts of lots
fronting on or adjoining the north-east sidu of
Front street, from Sixth Avenue to Poarl street, in"
said city.causetbe side walks thereon to be brought
to the proper grade, and that they caus a side
walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon with
in thirty days from the publication of this order
A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 25, 18G3.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
OEDEB TOE A PLANK fSLUE WALK.
Nov. 21, 1SI13. And now it is herebv ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the City
oi taawnsw mm tne owners or all lots or oarts
of lots, frontin on ob adjoining south-west side of
r eurtn street between Vine nud Division streets,
so far as it is Bituate in front oT lots 170.171 and
172, Donation Enlargement in said oity, caaeo the
side walks thereon to lw brought to tho proper
grade, and that they cause a sidewalk ibf Class
No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid down thore. n
within thirty days from the publication of this
order.
A. PFAFFLIN, Cierk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 25, 1863.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
OUDEB TOB A PLANK SIDE WALK.
Nov. 21, 1863. And now It is hereby ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the Citv
of Evansville, that the owners of all lot or parts
of Iota, fronting on or nljoining the south aide
Sixth street, from Fifth to Sixth Avenue,
in said City, cause the said side walks thereoa to be
brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a
side walk efClasi No. 2, to be laid down thereon
within thirty days from the publication of this
rder. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office. Nov. 25, 1863.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
OBDEB rOB A PLANK SIDE WALK.
Not 21, 1813. And now it is hereby ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the City of
Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of
lots, fronting on or adjoining tho south side of
Sixth street, from Fulton Avenue to Fifth Avenue,
in said City, cause the side-walks theraoa to
be brought to the proper grade, and that they
cause a side walk of Class No. 2, to ho laid down
thereon within thirty days from the publication
of this order. A. PFAFFLIN. Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 25, 1863.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
OBDKa FOB A PLANS SIDE WALK.
N .v. 21, 18tt). And now it la hereby ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the-CMy of
Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of
lots, fronting on or adjoining the uorthwi-st side of
i. -nur street, Irom Canal to Clinrcli street,
ia said City, cause the side walks thereon to be
brought to the proper grade, and that thev cause a
a aide walk of Class No. 2, with woodf u'curh, to
be laid down thereon within thirty days front the
publication of this order.
, , . A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk s Office, Nov. 20, 18G3.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
ORDV.K FOB A PLANK SIDE WALK. -H
Nov. 21, I8G3. And now it ia hereby ..rder -1
and directed by t!io Common Council of the City of
Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts of
lots, fronting on or adjoining the south-east ai.K
of Cbesnut street, from Church ttrert,
In said City, cause the side-walks threon to be
brought to the proper grade, and that thfy cause a
side walk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be
laid down thereon within thirty days from the
publication of this order.
LIj A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 20, 1863.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
OBDES rOB A PLANK HUB WALK.
Nov 21, 1811. And bow it is hereoy ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the City
of Evansville, that the owners of lots or parts of
lots, fronting on or adjoining tho south-east side of
Mulberry street, betwee n Third to Fourth streets,
in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be
to bo brought to the proper grade, and that they
cause a skle-wlk of Class No. 2 to be laid down
within thirty days from the publication of this
order.
A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 20, 18B3.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
OBBEa TOB A PLANK SIDE WALK.
Nov. Jl, 18C3. And now it is Itereby ordered aud
directed by the Common Council ef the City of
Svansville that the owners of all lots or parts of
kits, fronting on or adjoining southwest side of
Church from Walnnt to Cbesnut streets, in said city
cause tho side walks thereon to be brought to tbe
proper grade, and that they cause a side walk of
Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid down
thereon within thirty days fnm the publication of
innoraer. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 26, 1863.
THANKSGIVING.
100
CHOICE
found at
FAT
TURKEYS
II . A.
WILL BE
COOK'S.
200
CHOICE
found at
FAT CHICKENS WILL BE
n. A. COOK'S.
OYSTERS Choice Monumental Oviters; ex
pressly for Thanksgiving Day, at
H. A. COOK'S.
f lrT J-Choice sweet Havana Orange for
H. A. COOK'S.
09
pRANBERBIES-Sbbls. Eipresaly for Thauks-
B"inguinntrK M.A.tXH)K'8.
CELERY 100 fine heads Celery at
H. A
. fcsf
COOK'S.
GROCERIES.
WANTED DRIED PEACHES ONE THOU
SAND buabels Dried Peache wanted, for
which the higbeat market price fa cash will be
paid at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery,
No. 82 Main Street.
Turnips" 200 bcshels nice svvekt
Turnips for sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
SWEET PUTATOES 50 bushels choice
Sweet Potatoes for sate .it
large
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
APPLES, APPLES 100 bushels choice apples
for sale at
LLIOTT'B FAMILY GROCERY.
CORN AND BRAN 200 bnahels Corn; Six
tons choice Country Bran for sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCaRV
zz .
"TirniTE NESHA NIC POTATOES 1,000 br
arka choii Wbite NebaBie PotRtow; for iaa on
vvufiguuiru t n
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
THn?SKJN"S UNTPN WASHINQ MACHTNFV
tl which are now in nse through. ,i,
Tuf ndD fur,re1ri,u,rypiatn,d' conTOn ,s-
everywhere the mX? L
from a rollnr f . v, i i r - n" ltt"u
si ui a T. 1 "I Wa.Sll.-tl nor
- - -- v umajaQi,
or Jlrl cal w rabE. -
liwkl. .... ,.. '2 .
outinhin7.toam!;'i7rUUK,n'1 r,nSfl'1 witl
ting the hadaTn te PrgicSlT'
vringer ST For nly f machlna
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY SBOCERY
SPECTACLES.
I. BITTENBERG,
Mamwacturrr of the I
ewly invented
PERISC
OPIO
Spectacles
fir "J" r.
AND
Army Field Glasses,
Superior to all others wow In use.
SPY GLASSES,
Microscopes,
OPERA GLASSES,
Marine Spy Glasses,
SIMPLE MICROSCOPES,
Hunting Glasses,
And all kinds of
OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
Can be had only of
X- 3rt1 ttonlberg,
No. 67
-aa- am s t or o 0 x
E VANS VILLE, INDIA NA.
I.
RITTENB-RG HAS NOW ON HANDS
splendid assortment of Cptlcal Instruments,
ch he will dUloe of at creatl l,
which
prices; his goods being all of the verv latest Im
provements in manufacture, consisting of a very
large variety of Spectacles from the most common
to the very bast, ri: Tho finest qnality of Gold
Spectacles, these Glasses being constructed e the
most accurate adaptation of the Convex Concavo
Periscpic principles. Also, Silver of ttirfe dif
ferent grades of Glasses, No. 1 being on the same
principle as the Gold Spectacles. No. 2 is a jeri
focal Lense; No. 3 being a fine AchromaticLensr-,
mirror shape.
In addition to the above I have a fino assort
nient of Steel, of the very best quality of Lenses
tho frames ling grooved into the Glasses The
frames are so fine as to be scarcely visible No
ot steel is Perifocal. No. 3 the globules of a
smoked Lense, adapted for weak eight where
strong light, snow or wind afiects the vision.
These .spectacles are a perfect preventative by use
ing them constantly, causing the eye to g.dn its
maitny power and retain it to old age.
rfa-rinirhad vervcnnsId,rftblo
catcract eyes, in adaprlnc; glasses to sued vision,
wonld impress on tho minds of all persons need
ingglasses of any description, to apply for such
only to a regular Optician, making that his sole
etndy and business for years, he alone being able
to know from the peculiar anatomy or the eye the
nature of the defect, whether arising from weak
nessof sght, flatteaing of the pnpil, or other
misfortune occurring to the vision. The eve be
log the moat delicate organ, aad of tho most vitt.1
importance to the hsppinese and prosperity oi
man, should never be tampered with, either b
the individual or by those who, for mere profit
take upon themselves the selling or Optical In
strnmeuts.and who know nothing of the anatomv
of the eye, or how to discover the proper glasses t'o
suit the peculiarity of tho different sights of those
needing spectacles. Thousands have lost their
vision entirely from not applying to those only
qualified to know the different defects in each In
dividual's sight, and-how to remedy it by wearing
tbe proper kind of spectacle-. I. Rittvnber
having had over twenty -lire rears experience as a
regulsr practical opticjan, can assure those giving
him their patronage that by applying to bim theT
can get the very right kind of glasses adapted to
their case, aad in almost every one secure good
eve sight to old age. Near sighted persona can
also obtain of bins th-. latest improvement in
spectacles saited to them, being a new invention
1 have also tbe most rwyiatly new FicW Glasses,
with Astromical eye pieces, taring very suporior
to the old opera glass arrangement. AH kind- oi
Optical Instruments repaired at the shortest no
tice, and thdee having purchased spectacles of me
and having had the misfortune-to break one of the
eases, can have It replaced gratuitously by apply
ing to
L RITTENBERG,
67 Main Street,
Bet. Second and Third Sts ,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
sep. 20.
SALE OF CITY PROPERTY.
Great Sale of Choice City Prop
-j erty.
rN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15th, 18C1, WE
y '!' ' a' puWiaanction, at the d'H.r or the
.''""" EvansviUt, the old and l,.ng es-
iiMishoil
STEAM FT.nrrMVn mtu
j Yl
Situated immediately on the bank of the Ohio
Itiver, In tho city of Evamrrille, aad well and fa
vorably known as I
THE INDI ANA MILLS,
Together with two acres of grosmd, iaclading
the bank of the river to low water murk, end
the office, warehouse, and other bandings appur
tenant. '
The machinery of this Mill, though at present
out of repair, ia of the most superior character,
liaviug Uen manufactured to the order of the
rortner proprietor, Jfr. James Hewitt, with the
view of iu..U- g first class Mill, and without
regard to cost. , J
Sinco it was put in, the mill, though conducted !
, i ine ausenco oi tbe owner, has been
one of the most successful money-making estab
lishments cT the kind in Southern Indiana For
the truth of this, we take the liberty of referring
to Mr. Geo. WolOin, Sheriff of Vanderhurg oeuii
fy;Mr. Newton Rues of Princeton, Gibson couu
y, and Mr. Lyman T. Bay leas, aow of Mt. Vernon,
who have respectively managed tbe mill for tbe
late proprietor.
This property, being centrally aitoated just
at the lower line of the City Wharf, prevnts a
rare opportunity to purchasers, either fo- Mill
purposes, or as a most desirable investment in
real estate, which must rapidly echance in value.
At the same time and place we will sell 2a. Lot
in Mr. Richard Atkinson a Subdivision of Bl cka
Nos. 130 and 154, according to tho- plan of La
masco City (now Evansville.) See hand bills for a
plan of said subdivision a laJavwf 'J
Also Lot No. S, lo Block Nrx 171. 0
Lots Nog. I, 2, . i and 5, In Block No. 172, and
Lot No. 2, in Block No. 174; according to the
pfan of Lanaasco City.
Also-UU feet front on Water street by SO fast
deep, m feet froal on Leet street, by 98 feel
deep, part of Lots Nos. 7 aad 8, in tbe Lower En
largement of the Citv of Kvnnaville
Also !frTots in block 4, according to the plan of
Liimasco City ; said lots being 25 hy 110 feet, with
a 12 foot alley in real.
Also the following lots in the Southern Enlarge
ment of the City of Evansville
Lots 10 11, 12 i3 U( 15 and .a ,n Blo.k Nw a
ois o, , b, a, iu, 11, 12, 13 and 14, in Block
Ho. B.
Lots 30, 31, 37 and 38, in Block No. 9.
Lots U and 16, in Bloc No. 10.
Lots 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15, in Block No 11
Lots 13 and 14, in Block No 14
Nol ' 5 10' 12' 13, 18 Dd ,9' in BI
o0W ' 5' 10-"'3K.3. ""d 38. In Block
-n,,wmbe one ofthe '"Treat sales of Evana
ville City property ever made, and will be positive
i" kjrfect, and general warrautee deeds
wreai oar-ratna will
Will be given
TERMS OF SALE -For the MIL tract, eartf.
For the residue of the above named r,r, ,r.v
one-tourth cash, and the balance in one, two and
three years, for which the notes of the piirchiuors,
witli intereat and without relief, soured by mort
gsge cn the premise, will 1 uken
iHA.NULEK A HYNES.
Real Estate Agents.
Hibax Nelbo, Auctioneer
noli -wtds
PAPER MILLS.
EVAHS VILLE
PAPER MILLS,
LEICH & CABLSTEDT, Agents.
WE MANUFACTURE WRAPPING PAPER
V.i?Ul1 to ar,y mtde- nd t Cincinnati aricea
iy l'lZ, D appllc,ion to ,he Afjanu,
DISSOLUTION.
THE PARTNERSHIP HBfiETOFORlTxx
. .at.iig under the Arm of Orr, Dal tell A ci
n ,he 2,1 of Novemb;? all parta
baihig claims agatnst the old firm will present
-meu;ieac;o:,nat.:, 3
ORR, DALZELL A CO.
XT A VINO PURCHASED THE INTEREST OF
AA my former partners, I ,111 contrt.n,. it. ,i,.
v - - ... j "U.IUW1 ai ine old .t n,
thartSS '"1 WUUid "' th. new h
VA-"..T.Lr?cer7 boiP t the old tand. '
. ""-" "r me new huiige ' -"
- n,,i " ,ODg 'o-ed on the ol.l
-T4 MATTHEW DALZELL
NOTICE.
Real Estate at Private Sale.
TLlSfJS?" 0TltR FOR a.l0 tbe
Citv itT. L- ,. for.,nrlJ oceopted by the Crescent
Bt.eot. V. ,.?UVSt"on lhe ".-r Main and Third
SLTr n'i hlly of Svansville. The lot is VU
C t ,?ti f 'n ",re' nd 90 t on Third atreet, an'
tie ,,nf, ' tbtee ,tori" i hizbt, covering
the whon lot. Also, a drst-raie burglar-vroof
Bale. For terms, enquire of
JOHN A. REIT7,
1 THOS. E. GARVIN, or
noJ W. BAKES.
DRUGGISTS.
BRIGHTON & WOOD.
CRESCEXr CITY DRUG STORK.
Drugs, Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, Varnish,
Window Glass,
Sand Paper,
Perfumery, Soaps,
Coal Oil, Lamps,
Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax,
Patent Medicines,
Dye Stuffs.
S:ile Agents foi- Whit
field's Pile Cure.
MM m WM
WM. E. HALLOCK,
Druggist and Apothecary,
SO. 10, FIRST 8TREET, NEAR FWT OFFICE,
Has Just received" another large and splendid as
sortment of
Pure Dru,
Chemicafs,
Perfumeries,
Medicines,
Fancy Articles,
Pomades,
Combs.
Diusnes,
Toilet Articles, pap,
-Flavoring Extras, &c
&c
Brandies and Wines, for Medical
Purposes.
: AU the Avm-oeed Patent Mariioln i..... .
rtatrtlj On huud and for sale at North American
" a a.
- BSPrvicu!ar attention paid to the compoundinr
af prescriptions at ail hours.
gW . WM. E. HALLOCK,
No. 10outh First Street, near Past Office,
Evansville. Ind.
MACHINEST.
CHRISTIAN' KBATX. WK. HEILMAM.
KRATZ 8l HEILMAN,
C2it J?oxua.try9
Manufacturers and Builders of
Stsam Engines and Boilers,
Saw antf Grist Mill Ma
chinery, Tobacco Screws,
Gummine Machines,
Chinese Sugar Cane
Mills,
THRESHING MACHINES, Ac,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
THE PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY FOUND
ry beg leave to inform their friends and th
public in general, that they are prepared to do all
kinds of
Macnine & Finishing Work
And everything appertaining to the Fonndry bns
lUese. They ere tuacufact urine Steam ri;,....
I and Boilers of any size and pewer required. Saw
; jiiij .TLHcuinery aud 31 in Gearing of any aixe ; Dis-
fillery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws
i Gumming Machines, Threshing Machines, Malt
f Mills. Horscpouora, Corn Sbellem. Machine t.f
all kinda made and repaired ; Iron aud Braes Cast
ings of every description, Iroa House Fronts, Cel
lar Grates, c. Cooking and Heating Stores of the
latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog
Irons, ke.
Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c. -
applied with every description of Copper and
ihoet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators,
Attentporatore, Sparges, SUIIbeads and Worms on
an improved prinrlple, Colnmns for Alcohol Stills,
Yeast Jugs, Cana, Syphons, Ac. ; Copper, Lead and
Irov Pipe; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every
variety, for Beer, Spirits, Oil, Ac. Brass Cocks aud
Valves. Steam Whistles, Ac.
Werknien aonl to ell parts to at up work and do
repairs on Sham Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron
Work, 4c.
Old Metals Bought.
i uejr are uraiing re anu sei line AUen a lmprer.
ed Steam Gnage, Wrought Iron Welded Pipes and
Tubbing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Ma
chines, Stepbeu Hughes' Flour Separators, Germaa
Bolting C'leth, Gum Elastic Belting, racking,
Hose, ke., of the best kind ; Tinplate, Sheet Iron
Block Tin, Pig Iroa, Babit Meul, Spelter, Fire
Brickr
They have every facility of the heat Mxltlnerv
uu wuiKiuru, Mu w iii give an wore entrni
tbem, their individual attention, filling
promptly, warranting their work, and are aa
wiui reisonanie prices. 1
and Sale Rooms, Foundry, Boiler-yard
Machine Shop on Pine street, between First and
ci.nil streeta, Kranaville. Ind. dec 7
COMMISSION HOUSE.
W. It. ft. OL'DLXT,
Mem phi vr lyrtnj" "
J. B. WOODWABD,
Formerly of St. Loom.
DUDLEY & CO.,
Commission Merchants,
MO. 3 FROrYT ROW-Office up Stair.
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
Shipments- of Produce respectfully solicited.
Liberal a tacn mad on ahipasetffs in store.
Refer to Merchants of Memphis generally.
novl0-3in
NOTICE.
THE FIRM OF J. H. MAGHEE k CO. WAS
dissolved on the 27th of September last by
tho death of John II. Maghea. The business wilf
be settled up by the surviving partner.
G MAOHEE. s
November 2. 186J.
NEW FIEM.
rpHE CKDKRSIGNED WILL 00NTINTTE
A the wholesale Dry Good business under th
style of G. Magbee A Co., at the old atanl on First
street. OILLISON MAGBEE.
NICHOLAS M. GOODLETT.
November 2. 1803. -
-
J?EWSONGS.
WnS PASSING THE BRIDGE, MOTH IE
A new and beautiful song.
OCR GOOD SUIP SAILS TO-NIGHT.
I'M BLIND.
JENNIE, MY LOVE.
KISS ME GOOD-NIGHT MOTHEB.
WIN NIK, DARLING, I'LL BE WAITING.
ASK IF I L0VK THEE.
THE BANNER OF Tint STARS."1
I'M LONELY TO-NDHT.
sonssarr all new and good, a ad for
leaf v. , t, ,.... . n
sale at
no7
a txMf atiTUH o.
No. 1 Main Street. Evansville.
DRUGS, &c.
WM. H. P. STODDARD,
JSo. 17 Main Street,
KVAHSVttLlI "H.
TO ARTISTS A mbrotyp aaa Photograph
stock of including Came
ra, Chemicals, Cases and Fram ; a large variety
eonatantly on hand and or ,e at toaaonabte
prices at
VVM. H. P. sTOPP-aSg1 Main street.
QjOfiA. ASHAND CONCENTRATED LYE
for uikiUi fSosp. "PJor article Just re
wived at . " MAIN STREET.
HOSTETTEK S PLANTATION BITTERS and
Oriaaii tiers. togfcther with a great vari,v
of Patent .MedH-ioe. at 17 MAIN STBEET,
T3l"K
EE AP l"h ADULTERATED CRE ikf
Tartrrfor family use; also SckI ,nd
'
fUiiA"!-'"" """ol. .AXtlARION TRt
. ...!,-RJll S v.. 1.1m. i.. a '"I-
liest nrcpanUion for th Uair at
kll the lt.
t . i P STODDARD'S
COAL OIL AND BURNTNg FLFID BT trb
gallon or barrel at T TH
W MAIN STREET
i
PRINTERS INK. BLACK AND COLOBKn"
in small cans Wade's manufacture fr ,., '
at STODDARD'S, 17 Main Street.
LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, GLOBES AND
Shado ; a large and varied assortment at
17 MAIN 6TREKT.
VTJIZZABD oTLTliE" OLD ORIGINAL
v V kind ; a supply just received at
STODDARD'S, 17 Main Strvet.
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and
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