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COMMERCIAL.!
COLLECTOR'S SALE.
K A I L K 0 A D K Eli IS T KS
REGULAR PACKETS.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
DRY GOODS
FRIDAY
.. DECEMBER 4
JOURNAL BUILDINGS,
LiHTST STRKET,
Bm t,S FIRST AND WATER.
TINWARE-
B
MESKER,
Wo. TS
MAIN STREET,
Would inform his numerous custo
mers and the public in general
that he is going out of business
on the 1st of next January.
In order to do so, he intends to
offer his entire Stock, consisting
in part of
STOVES,
TINWARE,
,jIOOJJAH .a .HW
Britttarxa. - vv are
and
JAPANNED-WARE, Ac.,
At Coat for Cash Only,
Without any Respect of Persons
Whaterer.
rOW IS THE TIME TO PROCURE BAR
GAINS in my line of business. Those who
call first will bare the best stock to select from.
J. B. HESKXB.
N. B. All those owing me are respectfully in
vited to call and settle their bills at once without
delay. oct21-2m
GROCERIES.
( 'OTTuN YARNS 25 BAGS MAT8YILLB
Kj '.mi's and GOD'S ; for sals by
S. E. GILBERT A CO.,
oc22 No. 4 Sycamore Street.
EXTRA FLOUR 100 BBLS. ON CONSIGN
meut; tjr -i) at ,
S. E. GTLBEBT A CO.,
oe22 i No. 4 Sycamore Street.
CJTAR
CANDLES 100 BOXES ; FOR SALE
by S. K. GILBERT A CO.,
oc22 fo. 4 Sycamore Street.
CINNAMON 200 MATS FOR SALE LOW TO
the trade by 8. E. GILBERT A CO.,
oc22 No. 4 Sycamore Street.
RE8M FIGS 300 -trams very cboice quality
just recefvadhy I. E. GILBERT A CO.
CIORN BEOOM TiO docen Just received and
ljxaaloby B. E. GILBERT A CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
STRUPS 135 whole aad hair barrels for sale
. iow by 8. E. GILBERT A CO ,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
0TERNMENT NORTHERN PITCH 10 bbla
orsaleby
8. E. GILBERT A CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
WELL BUCKETS 50 dozen for sale by
8. E. GILBERT A CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
COTT0N BATTING 50 bales for sale low by
8. E. GILBERT A CO..
- - - JT.. t i.jimu,lS Oeo0t.
SEITES 25 dezen assorted fer sale by
S. E. GILBERT A CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
c
'OA L OIL 10 bbls. beet refined white for
sale by 8. E. GILBERT A CO.,
No. 4 Sycamore Street.
SWEET CIDER 10 burets choice Sweet Cider,
made from selected Winter Apples, at
H. A. COOK'S.
CITY ADVERTISE MENTS.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
caora roa a plank sitjr wane.
Nov. 2L 18G3. And now it is hereby ordered and
directed by t he common council of the city of Kv -aueuille
that the owners of all lots or parts of lots
frouting on or adjoining the north-east side of
Front street, from Sixth Avenue to Peart street, in
saiilcity.cansethaaids walks thereon to be brought
to the proper grade, and that they cause a side
walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon with
in thirty days from the publication of this order
A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 25, 1863. '
CORPORATION NOTICE.
0KPEB TOR A PLANK SIDE WALX.
Nov. 21, 1863. And now it ia hereby ordered
and direct! by the Common Council of the City
of Evansville that the owner of all lots or parts
of lots, front! a. ou or adjoining south-west side of
Fourth street between Vine and Division streets,
so far as it is situate in front of lota 170, 171 and
172, Donation Enlargement in said oity, cause the
side walks thereon to be brought to the proper
grade, and that they cause a sidewalk of Class
No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid down thereon
Within thirty days from the publication of this
order, ,. st 1 ri
A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's OBIce, Nor. 25, 1863.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
ORBXB rOR 1 PLANK 8IDI WALK.
Nov. 21, 1863. And. now it ia hereby ordered
and directed hy the Common Council of the City
of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts
of lots, fronting on or adjoining tbe sonth side
Sixth street, from Fifth to Sixth Avenue,
in said City, cause the said aide walks thereon to be
brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a
side walk ef Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon
within thirty days from the publication of this
rd. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 25, 1863.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
oboer roa a plare etna walk.
Not. 21, 1863. And now it Is hereby ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the City of
Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of
lota, (roaring 00 or adjoining the sonth side of
Sixth street, from Fulton Avenue to Fifth Avenue,
iu said. City, cause the aide-walks thereon to
he brought to. tbe proper grade, and that they
cause a side walk of Class No. 2. to be laid down
thereon within thirty davs from tbe publication
ofthisordsr. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office. Nov. 25, 1863.
COBPORATION NOTICE.
ORDER r0K A PLANK SIOE WALK.
Nov. 21, 1863 Aud now it ia hereby ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the City of
Evausville. that the owners' of all lots or parts of
lots, fronting on or adjoining the northwest side of
Chesnut street, from Canal to Church street,
in said City, cause the side walks thereon to be
brought to the proper grade, and that they cause s
a side walk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to
be laid down thereon within thirty days from the
publication of this order.
wia-rajA, PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 2G, 18S3.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
ORDER TOR A PLANK SIDR WALK.
Nov. 21, IStVS. And now i is here), v ordered
and directed, hy the Common Council of th City of
Evansville that the owners of all lota or parts of
lots, fronting na or adjoining the sooth -east side
of Chesnit ' street, - from Chnrch street,
in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be
brought to I he proper grsde.and that they cause a
aide walk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be
laid down thereon within thirty days from tho
publication of this order.
A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 26, 186S.
COBPORATION NOTICE.
OKDRK FOR A PLANK SIDR WALK.
Nov. 21, 1863. Aad now it is heresy ordered
and directed by tbe Common Council of tho City
of Evansville, that t he owners of lota or parts of
lots, fronting on or adjoining the south-east sideof
Mulberry street, between Third to Foarth streets,
in said City, cause tbe side-walks thereon to be
to be brought to tho proper grade, and that they
cause a side-walk of Class No. 2 to be laid down
within thirty days from the publication of this
A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 28, 1883.
COBPORATION NOTICE.
OKDER rOR A PLANK SID WALK.
Nov. 21, 1863, And now it is hereby ordered and
directed by 'the Common Council of the City of
Evansville that the owners ot all lots or parts ef
lots, fronting oa or adjoining southwest side of
Church from Walnnt to Chesnut street s. i n said city
cause tbe side walks thereon to be brought to the
proper grade, and that they cause a side walk of
Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to be laid down
thereon within thirty days from the publication of
this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 2C, 1863.
New Tort Money Market.
New York, December 3.
Honey active and steady at 7 V- cent.
Sterling Exchange de.'idedly firmer at C8$
6ns ' - - a- w - a toss
Gold "xrlted and higher, apcningat and
closing at 51J8.
Got.. - ruoni Stocksateady.
COMMISSION HOUSE.
J. J. WHITTAKEK
& WHITTAKER,
HAYHDRST
Produce and Commission
No. 6 Water St, (naxt to R. Barney)
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
HIGHEST CASH
PRICE PAID FOR
Whtat, Oats,
Flavx Seed, Lard.
Dried Fruit,
Brans,
Tallow,
Beeswax.
ffArrs, Oivot Jt Co., 1 ( Cane A Brows,
' Pvtucah, Ky., j I Evansville, M.
Hiiiiso, Given & Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
WATTS, CRAKE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 46 Broad Street,
SEW TOBK CITT.
Vs have opened a House In the city of New Tort
for the sale of
Tobacco and Western Produce,
Under the name of
WATTS, CRANE A CO.
fcr. D. Watts, of the firm of Watts, Given A Co.
if Paducah, long Oniilmr with Tobaccorwill take
.hargu of tent department of our business, anil Mr.
I. Crane, or Crane auci isrown, a-yausviiie,
will
ake charge of the Produce bnsiness
WATTS, CRANK A CO.
fio"
Fobtes. A. H. FotTSft. Wm. A. Own.
GEO. FOSTER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers,
Produce and Provision Merchant,
O RNER Or LOCUST STREET A 1 THR CANAL,
ag9 EVAN8VILLB, IND.
GEO. f
(Late
GRAHAM. WM. C. r.BAHAM.
f Halliday, Graham A Co., Now Orleans,
and Graham A Co., Cairo, Illinois.)
G. W. GRAHAM & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers
AID ar ' komf
GENERAL COMMISSION
Merclaaiits, r'
No.'s 46 & 47 First Stre8t.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
sV' Consignments of Western and Southern
Troduce, and orders for tho purchase of Cotton,
Sugar and Molasses, solicited.
Refer to Messrs. Bement A Viele, Evansville : J.
L. Dallam, Esq , Cashier, Padaeah, Ky. no!l-3ai
I OOX. F. M. Hl'HPHRJSr.
COX & HUMPHREY,
Forwarding & Commission
iVIercharits,
Steamboat Agents,
WHARE - B0ATN PROPRIETORS,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
We have taken the Grey Eacle Wharf Boat, and
ssk of our Meads acontinuancsof their patronage.
One of us will be found aboard both day and night
to attend to the wants ot shippers. sepi
LDAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
New Arrangement.
(T1HF, ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY BE
X BPECTFULLY announce to their friends and
latron tho nnblic of Evansville and vicinity that.
irilh lL .eased facilities for the transportation of
Freight, Packages,
Money and Valuables,
They f licit c continuance of formsr favors. Es
pecial care taken in the collection of Bills, Drafts
Notes, cj d the transportation Of small and valua
ble pack Ages.
AM. persona wishing to avail themselves of tls
facilities of the Express, can obtain any desired in
lir.rmat. -a in reference to the routes aad. details of
the bv'ness, at their office on First street, betweea
Main i. . j Locust.
Jy2 CHAS. WENTZ, Agent.
H. B. CLIFFORD,
Commission Merchant
EXCLUSIVELY.
I HAVE DTSPOSEDOF MY STOCK OF GRO
cerios, Produce, Ac, as I find that T cannot,'
nor con any one else, do justice to themselves aud
their thippem when they hay, for it Is natural
that tiiey will sell their own goods asst. As I
havoikaoy shippers, I will hereafter confine my
self strictly lathe
COMMISSION BUSINESS,
And hope that I will And a continuance of the
many favors shown me during the past eight
yean. I shall give personal attention to all con
signments, and will make liberal cash advances
on pr luce in store. My motto is,
Quick Sales and Prompt Returns.
Dealers in Cotton cannot do better than to leave
their orders with me'. Mr, f. M. COPELAND,
late of Copeland, Edmonds A Co., will give the
I'otloii business his personal attention. He is one
among the best judges in the State. Orders
solicited. H. B. CLIFFORD,
sep25 No. 7 Front Row, Mentphls, Tenn.
L. A. CRANK. VI. BROWN. R. K . DUNKERSON
CRANE, BROWN & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
Merchants,
-AND
ipeciaj Railroad Agents.
Give through receipts and make liberal cash ad
vances on shipments o(, Produce aud Tobacco to
Sew York. CRANE, BROWN A CO.
Evansville, Nov. 20th, 1861.
W. S. M'CLURK. R. P. BALLARD. C. M'CLUKX.
W. S. McCLURE & CO.,
PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOR THE SALE OF
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Eggs, Beans,
Peas, Dried Fruits, Flour
and Provisions,
Q50 Fulton St.i
0p. Washington Market, NEW XPBK.
REFEKENCE8.
Geo. W. White, Cash. Mechanic's Bank,Brook
lyn. New Yoik.
Hon. Horatio Ballard, See. Stats of New York.
Wm. Crips, Pres. Standard Tns. Co. New York.
A. H. Ballard, Ypsilanti, Michigan.
J. L. Kelly, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
R. H. Hnntington, Adam's Irff Co, N. Y.
J. H. Read, TJtiea, New York.
Hon. Henry J. Raymond, " New York Times"
0. 11. Wheeler, St. Albans, Vt.
D. Ward, Lancaster Grant Co. Wisconsin.
jelOdly
SCHNEIDER & ZUBERBIER,
(Successors to Schneider A Wise,)
Commission Merchants
For the sale of all kinds of
Western Produce,
FLOUR, BACON, PORK, LARD,
nay, torn, tfavs, nutter, jsggs, (to.
Corner Lafayette, New Levee and
Fulton Streets,
NEW ORLEANS. LA
a-. - -' a
5
NOTICE.
WK,.
as to O.
novo
Ui-KKBi- NOTIFY ALL PUBS! 188
I l ; -d.to us not to pay any monlaa due
EL Stinson, as he is not in our employ.
MORGAN. READ A CO.
NURSERIES.
GEORGE D. BOWEN
HAYING PURCHASED THE ENTIRE
stock of Nurserhssof C. Baker A Co., wishes
to inform the public that h has on hands a large
Sfsortedtock of Frnit Trees, ornamental and
Evergreens. Also, a good selected stock of hardy
Bemontattt Bosss, which I will sell s low prices.
Also, a large assortment of Shadn JWee fcr side
walk planting. AH noons wlMlM M have a
quick Eu;.d and mQb to plant from vear to
year, will do well by erng good trees that have
been transplanted.
Catalogue sent on application, either by letter
or perse a. GEO. D. BOWEN,
ICreseent City Nnrseries,
oc2S Evansville, ltd.
DRY GOODS.
Arrifal of Goods Much Needed.
Y-TE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF
SHAWLS, BLANKETS.
Plaid. Ix3Ltaoysi,
4-4 Gsnaburgs and "Kerseys."
For sale at KEEN A PRESTON S.J
uovil
sc.
TVT0T1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I. WIL
IN LIAM G. BCEPPLE, Collector of ol tbo City
"f Evansviile, betweea the hours of 3 and 12
o'clock A. M. and 3aud So clock P. H., on TUES
DAY, the 8th of DECEMBER, A. I 1803, will
s-Ml at 1'ubli.-Auction, at the d"tr of the Court
House in the City, of, E-ransvflle , Indium the fol
lowing loir, -parts of Lois sard parcels of Real
Batata, aad Improvements, assessed for the pay
ment of Citv Taxes fcr wis vear 183, due from
the owners thereof to the City of Evansville said
Taxes being now one aad unpaid and for the
costa of said sale ; aad that said sale will be con
tinued on the next day thereafter, viz, : on Wed
nesday, December 9thj lt3, at 2 o'clock P. M., at
the door of the Court House in Evansville, for the
purpose of selling such property as inky have
been sold en the day first above mentioned and
not paid for :
ORIGINAL PLAN.
Allis A Howes, 30xl50 feet, n w side of
lota) uo
Bates, Geo., heirs, n w one-third lot 31 31 73
Cunningham, G., Mrs, of lot 4 22 9
Durham A Snyder, Joxisu ft n w stae oi
lot 70 M O.J
Gosley, Ferdinand, heirs, s e of lot 94... 21 60
Hughes, John w.zWixloo it, se side ot tot
14. 103 95
Hughes, John W, middle of lot 31 33.08
OO ...soxiou jeefc muni' pr.
of lot 68 - 84 42
Thompson, J, heirs, 46x160 feet n w sideof
lot. 22 - oi "J
Trafton, Wm, heirs, 34,xl50 ft s e y. of
lot 54 se 'J'J
Victory, John, tlxlOO feet a w side sub
div , or lots sales ju oo
Weil, Leonard, 37.e76 ft middle part of
lot 137 27 be
DONATION ENLARGEMENT.
Ewlng, Lee, 10x70 ft, allay end of lot 152... 13 8ii
Love, John, lot 21s.......... . 4 05
Smith, Oliver H, heirs, a s lot 217 J4 73
..-....do -.lot Z1S is oo
, UPPER KNLARGEMENT.
Hoskins, Francis, a w X of lot 34 37 &
Iteail, Oliver JS, lot 7, sun mv oi out lot i.i ou
Ranrie, Dr, lot 14, Listsr's sub div of out
lot 2..V:......
do lot 13 Lister's sub div out lot 2
B 74
5 7i
Walker, John T, lot 18, Lister s sub div of
out lot 2 -
2 03
LOWER ENLARGEMENT.
Ewing.WGAGW, nwi lot4 3510
Scales, Joe, heirs, lower of e of lot 3 22 95
Wright, M J,22xl00 feat from of lot 23 10 80
EASTERN ENLARGEMENT.
Atlls A Walker, assignees lot 2, block 14... 4 05
do lot 4, do 15... .3 04
do lotl, do 19... 41
do lot 2, do 19... 68
do lot 3, do 19... 68
do lot 10, do 20... 2 ( 2
do lot 5, do 2 ... 3 04
do..
..lot
10bk21 3 04
do .. .. lot 5,
do lot 10,
do lot 11,
do lot 8,
do lot 17,
do lot 20,
do lot 6,
do lot 13,
do lot 8,
do lot 1.
do 22.,
3 38
do 24...
do 24
do 26...
do 34...
do 34...
do 41...
do 41...
do 43...
do 45...
do 47...
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do 48...
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3 38
3 38
4 73
3 40
6 75
4 73
4 39
1 69
2 36
2 3C
1 69
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rto
lot 2,
lot 4,
lot 6,
lot 6,
lot 10,
lot 3,.
lot 12,
4 40
4 40
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Beach, Naney...
Baker A Garvin
do
do
4 73
76
2 36
2 36
S 04
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...lot 10,...do...l6...
Jo
2 70
1 70
2 02
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do lot 9. ..do. ..21...
.do lot7...do...22...
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do ..lot 12 ...do...48
do .lot 13. ..do. ..48
Boyer, Bllsa .lotl..xh...63L.'.
Clark, L 8 Jst U,do;..38...
Copeland, G lot 10.oo...l0...
Foster, J W, lot W,...iU...4
Hass, Henry, fract lot 13, block 46
do do 14 ..ds...45
Janueas, Francis, 4th sub div 18x75 ft of lot
3 04
3 38
1 ':
4 05
4 15
t 43
10 fit)
11 8
2 03
67
90
Ifc0
4, block 37
Johnson, Absalom, lot 5, block t 13 16
Kelsey, Orville lot 7,...do . 40. 6 40
Lamb, Win lot 15.. .do. ..9 5 06
do lot l...do...9, 4 05
Nohbe, Henry lot 28...do...9 10 ho
Richard, Andreir, heirs, lot 7...do...27 7 4:t
Rockwell. Chas W lot 3...do...44. 2 03
Roelker, John H lot 15...do...31 6 4n
Roessner, George lot 2.do...39 21 20
Sanderlin, Wm, heirs, colored, lot 8, block
25 7 43
Shanklin, John, lot 1, block 15 4 05
.. do lot J...do....l5 ... 3 04
do lot S...do 15 3 04
do lot R....do....48 4 39
Simpson, IT W, lot 3..,do...l4.. 10 80
Taylor, Archibald, lot 10, block 6 12 83
Weber, Oeo, heirs, lot 13, block- 40 S 10
Wiegers, Christian, lot 12, block 47
2 36
BAKER'S ADDITION.
Allhs A Walker, assignees, lot 8, block 3...
..i..ds 1st 9-.do...8...
........do Jot 10jlo...3...
2 02
2 03
2 02
2 03
2 02
2 03
9 70
2 02
2 03
2 (ri
2 03
2 03
2 03
2 36
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do...
lot 12...do...3...
lot 14...do...3...
lot 17...do...4...
lot 19...do...4...
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lot 21. ..do 4...
lot 23...do...4...
lot 26...do...4...
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Baker A Garvin ....
do
LAMASCO.
Allis A Walker, a ligneos, lot S. block 30... 1 80
-do lot Bi...6.30... 2 lo
do block 4. .24 (X)
do lot 4. ..do. ..100... 2 10
do. lot 6...do...l00... 3 00
do lot 38. ..do. .135... GO
do lot 22. ..do. ..30... 2 40
Brookloeker, christian, heirs, lot 1, block
25 1 50
Brooklocker,Christian, heirs, lot 2, block 25 1 20
do lot l7...do...23 1 60
do lot 28...do...25 1 20
do lot 32...do...25 1 50
Bnreh, Wm lot 6...do...ll3 4 50
. do lot 6...do...U3 3 CO
Burtis, Edward Nock 168 16 '60
Copeland, G, lot 29, block 2S 6 00
.do lot 30. ..do. . 23
1 20
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do Jot 11. ..do. ..86...
4 50
5 70
2 70
2 70
2 70
2 70
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do lot 8. ..do. ..128
do lot24...do.,.128 2 10
do lot 27. ..do. .129 2 40
.do ..lot 29.. .do. ..129 3 80
.........do block 160 18 00
Daum, Geo,'.' Br, lot3...do...47 1 20
do lot 4... do. ..47 1 20
Davidson, Geo, heirs, n e 14 lot 7, bk 76 2 70
EIACSLRR Co, lot II, block 28 2 70
.do
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do lot 14. ..do. ..28
2 70
2 70
8 30
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3 60
8 60
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Hoffner, John do..l7, do 47
Howard Maria. ..do U de...l34
Hurley, John, heirs ,. 7. ..do... 86
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Kroeuer, Frederic, s e y, lot 30, block 163..
1 80
Parrotts, Robert, heirs, krt 3, block 152 $5 40
do...
.lot 4do... 152..
7 60
Phelps, A M, lot 1, block 175 40
Reits A Kinsman, lot 15, block 74 3 4-1
Keit 7.. Frederick, lot 12, block 13VT. ... CJO
do lot is. do-tL . 4 20
Sanson), John, lot 8, block 24 1 32
do lot ... do ...24j.. ..... 1 J2
do lot 10...do...24 . l"50
do lot 16...do...24 1 20
Schilling, Fred; lot S-do-IS 3 60
Shirk, Elbert , lot S.de.78 4 2n
do iot in. ..do. ..84 .. 4 &n
do lot I0...d -1BJ....., 8 30
do lot 13... do ...108 3 30
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...do lot 21... do ..HH
... 3 30
... 8 30
.... 2 40
... 9 00
... 6 70
do lot 22... do ..J04
Spitzer, August, lot 16... dei.' 79
do lot 17.do7
(pries, Henry, lot 11... do.. .3.
do iO( iz...oe...;w
.. 1 60
do. lot 13...do3 1 SO
Stacer, John C lot 31 do ...24 1 32
do. lot 32 4a.at. 1 38
Sterl, John G lot 7. ..do... 23. 06
do lot 8.do...23 96
Thurling, Charles, s w half of Jot 6, Slock 76 3 90
Veidig, Christ, lot 11, block 81..
6 40
1 50
1 20
1 20
1 20
1 20
1 20
I 20
1 32
1 20
1 20
1 20
1 20
1 29
Hosmer A Brush, lot 1, block 33
do lot 2... do ...33
do lot 3... do ...S3 ...
do. ....lot 4... do .. .,.
do lot 5. do ...33
do lot 6... do ...38
do lot T... do ...33
do lot 8... do ...33
- do lot 9... do ..33
do lot 10...do...33
do lot 11. ..do. ..33
do Jot i2...do...3S
...........do lot 13. .do. ..88
...do lot It. ..do. ..33
do lot ts.-Ju.Jh
.". do lot li...do...33.
do ... lot 17. ..do. ..S3
do lot 18.do. ,
..s.d... lot 19...do...33.
do lot 20...do. .33
do lot 21. ..do. ..33
do .lot 22...do...33
A.. lrtf M JA 91
1 20
1 20
1 2n
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Turner, Wm S,..-.
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lot 9. ..do ...84 .
4 20
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do lot ll...do .104
do lot 12. ..do. ..104
do lot 1... do. ..106
. do .wi.a.t 2..o...l08
do .lot 3...do...lnfi
i i ii Isis lot 4...do...l06
do lot 12...do...lo
do lot 13...do...l06
do- lot 14...do...I06 .. JJil.
do lot 15...do...l06
do lot lG...do...l06
....do lot 17...do...l06
..ifo A ..106
do B 106 .
do 36. ...135
Jo .37 135
do C 13i
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3 00
3 30
3 80
3 SO
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8 00
3 00
S B0
3 00
3 00
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60
1 20
GO
FOURTH ENLARGES! ENT.
Allis A Walker, assignees, lot 14, block 16... 4 50
.do....
lot 15 do...l... 4 50
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lot 17 do...l7... 3 30
lot 18...do.17... S 90
lot 12 do...l8... 3 30
lot 13. do...l-... 3 60
lot ll....do...20... 1 50
lot 6 do... I... 5 10
Chambers, F, heirs
do.. .-4-5 of lot . block 1 7 68
do lot l.do...8 6 SO
'.do'.'. lot 2...do...8 90
Uopelaud, G, old plat, lot 6, block 8 90
do ..lot 22...do...lO 2 40
do ,,.lot21do...l0 2 40
Hahn, Michael lot 7... do ...11. S
Kuntz, Frederic lot 2...do...7 4 20
McJohnson, Kimlock...lot 11. ..do ...18 3 60
do lot 15...do...l8 t 30
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3 30
7 50
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Nobfie, nenry
Slacer, Jehn C
do
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lot 15...do...l7
.lot l...do...l5
.lot 2...do...l5
STOCRWELL'S ENLARGEMENT.
Allis A Walker, assignew, lot 7, block 2. . 4 M)
do lot 8. ..do... 2 4
do lot 9. ..do. ..2 4 80
At lot 22...do...l7 3 00
Ho .let 23...do...T7 S 60
do lot l...do...l8 3 CO
do lot 2...do...l8 2 70
Campbell, James... lot 10...tlo. S 2 70
do lot 11 ...do... 5 3 Mi
EI ACSLRR Co lot 0...1I0... 5 2 40
do . lot n...d. . 2 4"
do lot 7. ..do... 6 2 70
...,. do .lot 8...do... 5....v 2 70
do... Jot 9...de.S.... 2 70
Hilliard, James, heirs lot 30...do...l5 3 60
jAo lot 31...do...l5 3 GO
do ..... lot 6...do...l6 3 00
........do.. ..neof B...1I0 16 1 50
do lot 14. ..do. .17 2 70
do. lot 15.do.17 8 H
Lamb.Wm S lot 20...do...20 2 70
-..do... lot 2l.do...20 2 70
do.. lot 22...do...20 2 70
do loi 23.. do...20 2 70
do lot 24...do...20 4 60-
Meader, Robert, 21 ft s w part lot 7, bk 20 0 30
Merritt, John J, uodiv 2 fet lut 16. bk 8...... 61)
Ev Ass of N A Mission, lot 11, bk 16 3 00
jio Jot 12, bk 16 3 00
Stockwell, J M, heirs, umliv in ft lot 10, bk 8 4 81)
...do.....w. lot 31, bk 17 3 00
do lot 32, bk 17 3 00
do Jot 7,"bk20 3 30
CBESCENT ENLABOBMENT.
Fruit t, John, lot 10, bk 0 2 40
do lot3,bkfi . 2 70
Read, E 0. lot 15, bk 2..." ................ 4 20
da. Jos 1G, do 2 4 20
SHARPE'S ENLARGEMENT.
Hsintz, Theodore, lot 7, bk8 ......... 4 60
do lot 8, bk 8. 1 50
NORTHERN ENLARGEMENT.
Andrews, Wm, lot 17, bk 2 S 00
Burkbeart, George, lot 12 bk,3 79
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- do......... k9,k S Mil
uraii, ueorge, w y it lot 17, bk 3 96
do j lot 18 bk3 ; 8 40
Griess, Henry, lor 3 !k 4 7. 0
do lot 4 bk 4 s 00
Hardin, G W, lot 17 bk 6.... .. 2 10
do LotlSbk G a 40
Hnber, J M, heirs, lot 13 bk 3 6 30
- do lot 14 bk 3 2 70
do lo;s bk 8 I 80
Salmon, Anton, heirs, lot 1 bk 6 . G G4
CARPENTER PLACE.
Allis A w alker, assignees, lot 1 bk 3 5 70
- - do lot 2 bk 3 . 4 20
do lot 3 bk 3 4 20
...do lot 4 bk 3 4 20
BATELLE PLACE.
Allis A Walter, assignees, lot 10 bk 1 4 80
do lot 11 bk 1 4 80
- do lot 12bkl. 6 10
do lot 13 bk I 6 10
do lot ltbk 1 6. 10
do lot 15 bk 1 A 10
d4 , lotlflbk 1 5 40
do lot 17 bk 1. ........... 9 OO
do l.,t 1- o'; 1 6 00
do lot 19 bk 1 ,,, ft 40
do lotSObk 1 6 10
do lot 21 bk 1 ft 10
do..: lot22bkl r. 10
do lot 23 bk 1 5 10
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WILLIAM G. BtEPPLE, Collactor.
novlGdid
LINIMENT.
DR. J. WOODRUFF'S
ENGLISH
HORSE LIinMENT,
Mannfactnreit by
LEICH & OARLSTEDT,
Wholesale Druggists,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
THIS LINIMENT HAS BEEN PRESCRIBED
by OK. JOSEPH WOODRUFF iu a practice
of some twenty years for
Rheumatism,
Bruises,
Spra-ns,
Ulcerous Sores,
Scratches,
Wounds,
Cracked Heels,
Founders, &c,
With the most nuparall-led success, effecting
cures in a number of cases where other remedies
utterly failed. It is also the best Liuiment for
the human body aver discoved, having cured per
sons who have been confined to their beds by the
most agonizing pains of Rheumatism, jtc, In
some cases as long as throe years.
We do not propose, like en manv pririelors of
Patent Mediciues to iraill the furor of Mm mil, lie
by publishing tho certificates of persons who
perhaps nevr have existed or whose resi
dences are thonsauds of miles distant from tbe
manuractnrer. but feel confld.-nt the Liniment
will speak for itself. Wo would refer to the fol
lowing well kujwn ritiwns and others, who have
used the Liniment and are acquainted with its
virtues :
Setchi 11 A Bowles, Kd. Degarmo,
Mrs. Itegarnwi, Solomon Kahs,
Henry DodenhofT, Ronald Fisher,
Joseph Kahn, Capt. Robinson,
Mrs. Ed. Bowles, Col. RheiulaOder.
John Hcwson,
Wo could add hnndrrOs of others, but believe
the above to be sufficient.
The motley will he refunded in all eases where
the Liniment does not give aatisfa tion.
Price 25 cents per bottle. For sale by
LEICH A CARLS'iEPT,
n0Yl9-3'" 31 Main Street.
. GROCERIES.
NEW HAMS 2,000 lbs sni.-ar.ctt red ITms Just
received at WM. CALDWELL'S,
nov25
No. 9 First street.
FRUITS 20 bxs Lager Rasins, new crop ;
15 bxs " " "
25 yl bxs " "
0 eases Leghorn Citron ;
2 casks Zante Currants ;
10 drums Sultaua Rasins.
For a'o at No. 9 FIRST STREET.
DANDELION COFFEE
eases Dandelion Coffee ;
3 cases lb cans Ground Bio Coffee.
Just received at No. 9 FIlfciT STREET.
FLAVORING EXTRAfTS-
10 doz Extract L.-ui ou -
B iioa
ass
do
do
do
Vanilla ;
10 doz
10 doz
10 doz
10 dor.
10d,w.
5 Cox
Cochineal
M ;
Almond ;
'ellery ;
Peach ;
do
do
do
do
Strawberrv
5 doz
do
Nk 3 first street,
J ast rtcei veal at
ALMOND AND FILBERTS -4
bbls soft shnll Almonds;
2 bbls Fillierts. For sale cheap at
No. 9 FIRST STREET.
yoso
STER1SE LARD 4 boxes for sale, at
WM. CALDWELL'S,
cor25 No. 9 First street.
E. fc C. R. R.
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D E PA R T S :
Way, Freight and Accommodation.
Mail ..,.,.rrW...-f
ARRIVES:
Accommodation
Mail I
..6:45 a. M.
..9:25 a. .
...r:34r. M.
...6:40'r. w.
T. He fc- H Ra JR.a
DEPARTS PB0M T. H.
Day Express 3: 55 r. at.
Accommodation 7:35a m.
Night Express 12:50 a. M.
ARRIVE ATT. H.
Day Express 12:25 p. u.
Accommodation 5:10 a.m.
Night Express 1:25 A. M.
These two roads make good oonnestions at Terre
liaute.
River News.
ARRIVALS.
Steamer Rudolph. Louisrille.J
' J.N.Kellog, '
" J. D. Hinde, "
" Lit. Grey Eagle, "
Key West, No. 4, Nashville.
" Emma, "
" Effort, Mt. Vernon.
" Goody Friends, Pittsburg.
" Nannie, Cairo.
' Nightengale, Lou.
" Belle,
" Hetty Gilraore, Lon.
" Duke of Argvle, Cincln'ti.
" Nettie Ruse, Nash v.
DEPARTURES.
Steamer Rudolph, Nashville.
J. D. Hinds, '
" Armada, Cairo.
' J. N KeTlogg, Cairo.
Key YA ese, No. 4, LaiiliV.
Lit. Grey Eagle,
Emma, Newburg.
Nannie, CIn,
Goody Pri. nds, St. Louis.
Nightengale, Nashville.
Belle, "I
Hettie Gil mora,
M
t
Dnke of Argy e. New Orleans.
Nettie Ruse, Louisv.
. :
The river s falling at tbis point quite
rapidly, and all the way hence to Pitts
burg, and fears are again entertained of
navigation being goon closed by ice.J
The weather is much moderated, and
it is not impossible that we may have
rain soon.
There was but little business transact
ed at the landing yesterday.
The Grand Armada went out at two
o'clock, with her cabins full of people
and a good freight list It is a pleasure
to see her rualAQL dVIAi I
The Emma came in yesterday morn
ing from Nashville, and went above to
load with Government corn.
Her officers report having met the
Charley Bowen, with her jack-staff car
ried away, but apparently not otherwise
damaged, as she was making magnificent
time. She will doubtless bo found at her
wharf to-day, ready to receive freight
and passengers lor Cairo to-morrow.
The Little Grey Eagle came in last
night with a nice trip, and looking mag
nificent as " she walked the waters like
a thing of life.'' She is the prettiest
craft adoat She left on her return be-
fore midnight
This evening the popular Commercial
will be down, en route to Memphis. She
has spacious passenger accommodations,
is finely officered, possesses great power
and speed, and, will present a fine oppor
tunity for shippers or passengers for
Memphis and way ports.
The musical Glendale, of the Dean
Line, is on her way down, and may be
expected here to-day.
The Big Liberty will leave Cairo on
Monday evening next, for Memphis, af
ter the arrival of the train from the
north. Persons going to Memphis will
do-well to bear this in mind. She has no
rival.
arT:''ri.JflffJ UTtiUi .'I'lf.'lT
Jf'OR MAsnviLLE. The fine steamer
Emma is now loading at Newbnrg, and
will leave here for Nashville to morrow
morning, and will want passengers. The
Emma has fine passenger accommoda"
tioug, and Capt. Dunken and our clever
young friend Henry Miller, chief clerk,
will see that those who travel with them
are made comfortable.
The Louisville Journal of yesterday
The river is falling with 5 feet 8 inches
m the channel.
Capt Abie's new boat was successful
ly launched from Nadal s shipyard yes
terday.
lhe new steamer iarascon went
over the falls yesterday. 8he will be
finished at an early day, and enter into
the Unitod States mail line between this
city and Henderson,
The; Missouri Democrat of yesterday
says :
Mild weather prevailed yesterdav,
with warm sunshine and gentle south
ern wind, greatly to the satisfaction of
those concerned, with few exceptions.
lhe only sign ot winter visible, was
sheet of thin sloppy ice floating in the
river, not strongh enough to retard the
progress ot a canoe. Many boats were
busv loading for the South, and others
were preparing to sail to the lately, if not
still ice bound upper rivers.
The river declined 2 inches in the 24
hours ending at 9 a. m. yesterday.
Depth of water to Cairo not over i
feet, perhaps still less.
The Illinois river has several gorges
Lowest water about 30 inches.
lhe Missouri is mil ot floating ice,
very low, and unnavigated.
The Davenport Gazette of Tuesday
Says :
On Sunday morning at sunrise tne
thermometer ranged down to zero.
Monday morning at the same hour the
mercury stood at 23 deg. ; the air was
tiercingly keen, however, and a due
otnage to the freezing point was main
tained all day. The river above the
city was bridged with ice all day on
Monday, though the channel below was
clear. At LeCIaire the usual winter
bridge was complete on Saturday, and
crossing was freely effected on Monday.
The lower Ohio continues to rise, and
from Louisville to Cairo, there cannot
be less than twelve feet water, which is
sufficient for all purposes.
The CumfieTland river was falling yes
terday, with sufficient water to allow the
larger boats to pass over the shoals.
Another rise was looked for.
A Cairo dispatch of Wednesday night,
to the Democrat, says:
The Bowen brought a larre lot of fur"
mture for Cairo, and several small lots
of r ght She was full of peo
ple aown ana back.
From this it is very evident her colli
sion didn't hurt her much. Her stem is
no pipe stem.
The Duke of Argyle passed down last
night for New Orleans, the first -boat
through from Cincinnati, for the Cres
cent City. She was litteraily smothered
down with freight in her hold, on lower
deck, boiler -deck, hurrican and texas,
with two bargesj one loaded with cattle
and sheep the other with coal, and her
cabins crowded with people, decidedly
" a big thing."
'HE SWIFT AND SPLENDID STEAMER
R. B. SPEED,
Will run as a regnlar semi
we. kiy packet between this port
and Henderson until further no
nov21 ties.
Cincinnati and Memphis
PACKET COMPANY.
For Evansville, Henderson, Mount
Vernon, Shawneetown, Smithland,
Paducah, Cairo. Columbus, Hickman
and
Mempnis, and all way-points on theOtiio
and Mississippi Rivers, comprising the following
now light-draught passenger packets:
NORMAN,
JEWESS,
Captain Frazier.
W. C. MANN,
Captaiu Shuuk.
Capt. Batchelor.
PRINCESS.
Captan Maratta.
Ono of the above Boats will pass Evausville
Weekly for Cairo, Columbns, Hickman, aud Mem
phis. Also, weekly for Cincinnati.
For freight or passage enquire of
sepOdtf JBSS--
LOUISVILLE AND HENDERSON
DAILY LINE, (SUNDAY'S EXCEPTED. g
The
Evansville & Louisville
r. s
n Line l-o-s. Splendid
R
rassenger
"BIG" GREY EAGLE,
Capt. BUNCE .J. A. LUSK, Clerk
" STAR" GREY EAG LE,
0pt. A. Ballard F. Bankshith, Clash,'
T ARASCON,
Cipt. J. BirjiCR Gio. 8. Williams, Clerk,
Compose the Liue, and will leave Evansville fb
Lonisville as follows :
Monday's, 8TAB GREY EAGLE, at 12 o'clock 11
Tnesday's, TARASCON, at 6 o'clock r. it.
Wednesday's, " RIG " GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
P. M.
Thursday's, "STAB" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
p. M.
Friday's, TARASCON, at 5 o'clock p. H. fa
Saturday's, "BIG" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
P. x.
RETURNING:
TABASCON, leaves Louisville Monday's
and
'1 hursday s.
BIO" GREY EAGLE leaves Lonisville Tues
day's and Fridav's,
"STAR" GREY EAGLE leaves LouisvilU Wod
nesday's and Saturday's. Punctually at t
' o'clock p. a.
For comfort and speed the above steamers art
unsurpassed. COX A HUMPHREY. '
decli
QUEENS WARE, &c.
China, Glass
AXD
ftueensware.
I have now on hand, and am
daily receiving additions thereto,
one of the
Largest Stock.
CHINA, GLASS
AND
QUEENS WARE
Ever bronght to the West, and am
determined that no necessity shall
exist for Merchants to go East for
their Queens ware.
Purchasers will find it to their
advantage to call and examine for
themselves, at
No. 18 Main Street.
Common
desired.
oc26
Ware furnished alone If
M. A. LAWRENCE.
TOTS & FANCY GOODS.
Toys and Fancy Goods
AT
Wholesale and Retail.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF
Toys and Fancy Goods will be found at
WARREN & CONYNGTON'S,
No. 1 Main Street.
Having bought our stock at first hands, we will
duplicate Cincinnati bills. We invite the trade
to call and look through our establishment.
Every itnmaginable kind of
TOYS Tin, Wood. Iron, kc.
DOLLS Of all sizes and kinds-Wax,
Linen, China, Paper and Wood.
MACHINE TOYS Steamboats,
Monitors, Engines, Carriages, &c.
India Rubber Toys,
Rocking and Spring Horses,
Wagons, Carts, Sleighs,
Velocipedoes and Children's Cabs.
Baskets of all kinds,
China Tea Sets and Fignres.
Beautiful Christmas 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 Portmonies,
Velvet and French Kid, Steel
Trimmed Bags and Wire Purses,
Cornucopias Paper Boxes, &c.,
for Candies ;
Wax Candles and Moss for Christ
mas Trees ;
Musical Qoods of every kind
always on hand:
MELODEONS,
VIOLINS,
Gw-xxltaxrs, ZF'l.-u.tosj
ACCORDEONS,
MUSICAL BOXES, &c., &c.
WARREN & CONYNGTON.
nov21-2m
BANK ELECTION.
THE STOCKHOLDERS IN T II hi EVANS
VILLE Branch of the Bank of tbe Slate of
Indiana are hereby notified tbat tbe annual el, c
tion will be held at tbe Banking House, iu Evans-
ville, on Tuesday, January 5th, 1864, Iwtwet-n the )
hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m . . for
five Directors to serve theensueing year.
By order of the Board of Directors.
no25dawtt SAM'L BAYARD, Cashier.
m. - . f
Administrator's Notice.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB
J.1 undersigned bus been appointed Administra
tor of the estate of Charles Jnlins ICraepscb, de
ceased. The estate is supposed to bo solvent.
dec3-3w CHAS. WOLFF.
-i
ILITARY.
Attention !
ORDERLY SERGEANT JdHN Y. TRIE, CO.
xj F, Fourth Indiana Cavalry, has be n anfhT-
I 1 , ; i-.i rejrilifa f. . r ri ! i nu .- . .. .1 !..;
I 7.' ' 1 IU I vv-a i w in,, sua saw wwii ay can auu nt' -
ment. His headqnariers are at tho plow factory
ol James i ri. , on aignu sireer. ne mys uts bill
bounty of 402 for veteran volunteers, and 6302
for new recruits. The Fourth Cavalry ha always
been regaruod as a crack regiment, and has doao
excellent serriee. New recruits will not find mors
plvasant companions in any regitneat than in the
Fourth Cavalry ; therefore, let them avail them
selves of the opportunity, and give their names to
JOHN Y. CKIE,
Becraiting Officer, Fourth Cavalry,
decz-dlw Seventy Seventh Indiana Vols.
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BOOT
STORE.
SELL MAN
Has jnst received, at
No. 35 MAIN STREET
A large and carefully selected stock, of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, SLIPPERS,
CHILDREN'S WEAR,
SF THE LATEST STYLES, WHICH BE IS
selling as low as any house iu the city. The
lie are invitl to call and examine Goods and
Prices before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants
his goods to give satisfaction. No trouble to
how goods.
Mending done FREE OF CHARGE, should
they prematurely give ay.
F. M. BELLMAN,
Eracsvills, Sept. 15, 1863. 35 Main Street.
No. 15
MAIN STREET.
TURNER & GWATHMEY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRALKRS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AND
Hats & Caps,
No. 15 Main Street.
E V A N S V I L L BJ r,- DI A N A
W. H. WALKER.
DE a EVsSS.
WALKER & EVANS,
Retail Dealers Exclusively In
B00TS&SHOES
No. 81
A
MAIN STREE1,
i ; i a i h.. ',. :v
Evansville, Ind.
i
Wo devote our whole time and attention to the
t Soot Rnn Shn Tvarln cwr.lniwpltf
, 01 Bntl OQOe ITaQe JSXOiUSlVejy
Consequently ran give you bertisr bargains than i
those who are " dabbling " in Boots sad Shoes I
iu co line, tion with other business.
City and
sep5-ly
County Orders
par for Goods,
taken at
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FOR GREAT BARGAINS
.!!! Ittt,
IN
DRY & o o r s
GO TO
E.
A. COOKE
& CO.,
ti'. T-iift lurji .tihTBsnti
Who
have just completed their winter stack of
Goods, consisting In part ol
French Merinoes,
Checked and Plain Alpacas,
Silk Striped Lustres,
Wool and half Wool Delaines,
Ladies' Misses'
Hoop . Skirts,
Ladies' Misses'
and Children's
and Children's
Balmoral Skirts,
Hoods, Nubias and Misses' Fancy
Knit Coats,
Sontags and Alexandras,
Lambs Wool, Merino and Bal
moral Hose,
And a great variety of Notions, &c.
Also Jnst received bf ax press
A full assortment'of floaks.
All tlie uoveltles of the season, comprising
Red Riding Hoods,
Bine Circulars,
Black Cloth Circulars and Sacques
Various Prices ; Styles to suit the
most fastidious. Come and see for
yourself at
Wo. T
FIRST STREET,
5
No. 10
8TEET,
Wholesale and Retail
DRY GOODS.
Oar second purchase tbis fall of everything ia oar
liuothat is
New, Rich
aVB
DESIRABLE,
Has now arrived, among-ohich will be foaad a
complete assortment of
Plain French Merinos,
Fancy French Merinos,
Fancy French Cashmers,
Plain and Fancy Delains all Wool,
And all the New Styles of
RICH WINTER DRESS GOODS.
Also a splendid tin of elegant
Black Cloth Cloaks.
SCARLET AND BLUE CLOAKS,
CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS,
TJ C3r sS ,
WINDOW
Window
SHADES,
Hollands,
Curtain Damasks,
LACE CURTAINS,
Curtain Fixtures
CURTAIN CORNICES;
Oiii ;-J .8;ii ay. vac
And almost everything in the
HOUSE FURNISHING LINE
mj20.lv JAtJlKSS , FRE1CH,
No. 10 First Street, Evanivlllc.
DENTIST.
ii! .
XI s ,
lkt'l.lSLi I i 1Y THANRFUL FOB THB
a lsralvi "ngv received dn ring thapastfoar
years, and beinti irsnaueut resident of this city,
desires all perso, (wbether4hey need his profei
sicrnal servupsor ft 'tj toviatthis rooms aud seo the
Various Style 1 ivork Manufactured
Improvements and Inventions
Are ling made, and everything that wUl subserve
the internets of his patients is secared by him. H I
KstablisliMCBt and Faellltl s
. Are tppal to any in
E A S T K R W C I T I K 8.
He has Several
An aesthetics
roa
Alleviating Pain when
Teeth.
Extracting
Cheeks that are sunken can be restored to nearly
heir original contour. All desirable stvleaof
.
' ARTIFICIAL
TEETH.
made anywhere in tbe United States, are made by
him. irregularities of Children's Teeth success
fully corrected. Those haring
DECAYED TEETH
Shoald either have them Extracted or Villsd, (the
latter if posaibU.) The health of the parties aad
the remaining Teeth demaud it.
NEURALGIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED.
ALSO CLEFT PALAM
OaUee on Fir at St , Hear Post OssVee-
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