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MKtmm wir3ivr a..-iv m?xmvr-i ( I i ' ' . Jes EVANSVILI IND. HONDA Y DECEMBER 1, 1863 CITY NEWS. fTFor Commercial and River Nexs see fourth page. The telegraph line, east ol Terre Haute, continued out of order all day Saturday, and we are, of course, entirely deprived of any reports since Friday noon, wo nope it wilt be all right by this mornins, Sasfohi) s Opeba Tkoupe. Our citi zens will be gratified to learn that this excellent troupe will open in Crescent City Hall to-morrow night, for two nightr. The press everywhere is lor.d in jtheir praise, and our citizens have cause to congratulate themselves on the prospect before them. Crescent City Hall will of coarse be crowded. 'Tiiti FuE.s Beware ok tuk Draft. With this week eloses the time specified by tlje War Department for the payment of the magnificent bounties of $402 to vHerans, and $302 to new recruits who enliat for three years or during the war. After that time the bounties cease, and those who enlist between then and the 5th of January will only receive such bounties, as are giveu by counties or in dividuals. Those who would escape the draft and secure the large bounties now being paid, should no longer delay, but at once seek a recruiting officer antUenrol their names and secure the large sum now being offered. There are plenty of chances either in old regiments or new. Delays just now are extremely danger ous. Bear it in mind, then, that after the Sunday next, December 20th, 18G3. the large bounties for volunteers cease. After that, small bounties and the inexorable draft, with tbe $300 ex emption probably repealed. Sick and Wopsded Soldiers. The U. S. hospital steamer Charles McDou gal arrived here on Saturday from Nash ville, having on board 350 sick and Wounded soldiers from the Nashville hospitals, who were transferred to the hospitals in this city. The Mt Dougal, formerly the D. A. January, is fitted up in most admirable style the purpose for which si.: is now used, and is furnished with every appliance and convenience of a first-ciasa hospital. On her boilor-dock horbulkheads have been removed, and the entire caibn, in cluding tbe guards, has been thrown into one spacious room, the boat being en ckmed square np from the outer edge of tbe lower guards. Jhis, with side-wards on the lower decks, and her engine room which is supplied with moveable beds ' when required, affords ample accommo (laUous for 4V) invalids. On the sides, near the wheel-houses, she has an apoth ecary room on one side and a linen room on tin- other, with Snrgpon's ollice r..,; 1 r- ..at a . i''i.. ..(.'I mjihuk :oi tiuicern an, ami is ry respect complete. Every purt ! boat, from IinTrl tn DilnLhniisp, kept as neat, clean and tidy as the best i private dwelling. Tbe boat is so completely ventilated and everything is kept so scrupulously clean that not the slightest offensive odor is perceptible in any part of tbe boat. On her sides and over the stairway as you enter the boat, is inscribed the ad mirable niotto, " A plnce for everything, nud everything is in- its place," and it is plain to be seen that all on board live up to the motto. In the center of the cabin is a fan running tbe whole length of the boat which :.3 moved by ster.m, maintaining a fresh, healthy bnee.e all the time, which Jidus greatly to the comfort of the sick and wounded. About (M of the sick and wounded brought here are Indiana troops, the oth ers are from Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, Wis consin, Massachusetts, East Tennessee and Kansas. Major Alex. H. Iloff, U.S. A., is the Surgeon in charge, and everything on board bears strong- testiaaat ly to his abil ity and ettictency. We are indebted to him and bis polite and attentive subordinates for permission to bmrdtbe McDougr.l and examine her arragenients. To the Major wo are indebted tor a list of the sick and wounded, goi up in admirable style, which we will publish to-morrow. Madams Ansa Bishop's Coscf.ut. Notwithstanding the inclement weather, on Saturday night, Masonic Hall was well rilled with an audience eomposedof the cremv de la ereme of tbe fashion and elegance of the city of Evansville, to hear the Concert of Madame Bishop, and we never saw an audience, so well quali fied to appreciate excellent music, so highly gratified. The entire programme was presented with most admirable taste and excellent execution, and the gifted cantatrice and ber accomplished daughter were most enthusiastically applauded throughout. Mr. A. Sedgwick's Buft'o songs were received wifh thundering applause- We have not time at the late hour at which we write to particularize. Those who were absent, ithrr voluntarily or invol untarily, missed one of the rarest treats with which onr city has ever been fa vored. We regret exceedingly, and we be " lieve we speak the sentiment of all who ' heard the Concert on Saturday night, that the rarely-gi Ued Madame cannot be couAtraiued to prolong Iter stay with us. UsssfThe Evansville Sanitary Commis sion, hi behalf of our si--k an. wounded soldiers, return their sincere thanks to Mra Elizabeth Craddock, and through her 10 the children of New Uarmony, members of the Sabbath School in that patriotic town, and to all the ladies con. ccrned -for their valuable contribution of thirteen shirts, seven pairs of drawers aud fifty pairs woolen socks, being goods purchased with the money received from an exhibition given by the children. Children, you have done much towards crushing this rebelliou. P. IIornbkook, Sanitary Agt. Holiday Goods. The finest stcck f fancy goods, notions and musical wares, from a No. 1 forte piano to the smallest bauble foe infantile amusement, can now be found at the popular Music and Notion Store of Messrs. Warren & Conyngton, on Main, near Water street Their stock has been selected with great : , ..i i care, and with particular reference to ' 1 ' 1 Uie times and t e region, and tor dtverai- j tyi clegs nee, extent and cheapness, de fy ail competition. All the most popular and fashionable sbeet-tuusie, musical instructors, musical instruments, with an immense variety of fancy articles suitable for all ages, sexes and conditions of life, can here be found in any quantity, of excellent quality, and at pripes to suit all circumstances. Elegance, neatness, durability, and true ec onomy constituted the leading idea of the selection of their stock, and the idea has been most sagaciously carried ont The Ladies of Evansville will find it to their interests, as well as their infi nite delight, to examine the elegant stock at Warren At Conyngton's before parchasing elsewhere. They will find the proprietors and the salesmen cour teous, polite, and highly pleased to show their goods. figT" Don't forget the chance you have to buy good city property at your own price, at Mr. S. E. Gilbert's sale on Tues day next, at 1J o'ulock P. M. See his advertisement in this morning's paper. Godey and Frank Leslie's Ten Cent Monthly for January have been re ceived by Dobell. Godey is a charming number. The Fashion plates are worth all the money. Also received, a choice selection of Gift Books, Albums, 4c, for the holidays. Thh Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, and all other popular hotels use Burnett's Flavoring Extracts, Sold by H. A. Cook. dec. I t HOME INTERESTS. To Piitsicitss. If you wish to purchase pure Drugs, Mi dk im-s, and Chemical at a small ad vance on Kaatern prices, go and exaniiae KsxLtn 'White's stock, where you will find every arti cle that is needed by the professor, and an prices which cannot fail to gWe satisfaction. Their ore is at No. 31 Main street, may blAwtf WILLIAM REAVIS, Attorney at Law and U. 8. Claim Agent, Is authorised by the Government to procure Pen sions, Bounty; Money, Back Pay, Bounty Land Claims for ll.-it.-rs and other Pudpcktt destroys) while in tke service of the Government, and all claims, of whatever kind or nature against the United States. Bounty for Disc harmed Soldier! By OB amendment to the Bounty L:iw, passed at th last session or Congress, "All soldier or other persons who l,..e br,m or thall htreafl. r I... discharged within two years from thedatu of their enlistment, by reason of wounds recniw.l in battk, shall receive tho same Bounty as though they fssfta;eysasy. I if (imre .; Main Pfnvt, over Seller's fiun Stose, opKsite the Court IJouse, Kvausville, Indiana. Correspondents must enclose stamps. .Oood references given if required. mh23 Gold, Silver, Demand. NotOS and U. S. 5-20'S, COU" iaJ-Pnns lino 1st, Novexxiiwr, DOUght at the highest mar ket price at Copeland's Sav ings Bank, No. 4, First Street. 19.S. D. X II. W. 8M ITU, sole manufactures oUhoNKW AMERICAN ORGANS with tremolo attai'hayietit, liuihud in fifteen diSorent stylw; eleg:inlly polished iu Rosewood for Parlor use Also, in "Black Walnut and Oak for Churches, Schools, Lodges, 4c. . , Also, Smith's unrivalled Melodeom, warranted for live years. Eoraalebv WARREN A CONYNGTON, oct2l-Gni No. 1 Main Street. Jf Dr.. Vl.KA0r.ii still conllnnw to bo the only la .v ful agedt in this city for t&e Artificial Rubber Teeth. After forniskinsr nearly a hundred sets ir. the past five years, he has no hesitation ill recosn memliug them as the best .in 1 cheapest material in Mas, licing worn in the most difiicult mouths, with comfort nnd efftVniuey. Persons sufferint; with baft fitting mettle plates are especially re quested to call at tho Rooms next RiltrolfTs, Main Street. V. S. Pension Agency, Established by Government authority, for pro. curing - tmi-m. PKJfSIOSS ?H for Invalid Officers and Soldiers, deceased Officers' and Soldiers' Widnws'or Orphan Children, De pendent 3Lot1terx or Orphan Sisters. BOUNTY AUD ARREARS for Deceased Soldiers' Widows, Children, fathers, Mothers, or Druthers and Sisters. Also for 4is cliarjccd Soldiers, who have served two years, or been discharged by reason of wounds. BOUSTT LAKD AXD BACK PAY for Widows er other legal claimants of Soldiers of 1812, Mexican, and other past wars. This Agency adjusts rlaiins for parties aad sol diers of Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky, in accord ance !' the only forms and instructions upon wbicli their claims are granted at Washington, and is the only Agency thus located, and solely and exclusively employed. Persons writing their case plainly, and enclo sing stamp, always auswered. OrricK Third street, near Main, Evansville Ind. JOHN TENNIS. octl& Peusion Agent. PUBLIC AUCTION. Sale of Choice City Property. ON T0E8DAT, DECEMBER 15th. AT HALF past 1 o'clock r. u , precisely, I will sell at pnldic auction, at the door .if the Court House, tbe follnwiug Lots: Lots 6, 7, 8 aud 9, in Block No. 108, in Lamas ro. now Evansvilie, lieing directly at the foot of t'lark street, and ruoniug through trom Market street to Use Canal. LiU a and 4, in Block 5, in Slock well's En largement nf I he City of Evansville, bring l twtvn the Cental Mark i aud Clark stressV. i mi ning through from Market street to ths Canal, aud nearly opposite J. Janch's Brewery. - Lots 1 aud 2, in Block 14, in the North Eastern Enlargement (Rowley's Addition), being ou tbe m.nliwest corner of Center and Olive streets. These lots are all on the proper grade free of all incumbrance titles perfect torlhs cash, and purchasers hare now a very desirable chance. S. E. GILBERT. Hex by Gvmbebts, Auct'r. dec4-tds NOTICE. Real Estate at Private Sale. THE UNDERSIGNED OFFER FOR sale the pn-niises formerly occupies! by the Crescent Cit Hank, situaw ou tbu corner Bfain and Third streets, in the City of Kvausville. The lot is 22S fs-t oa Jlsin street and 'JO fret on Third street, and th.- osnUiwg W thr.- stories in slight, covering the whole lot. Al.i, a first-rate burglar-proof ror leruis, euquipeol JOHN A. I! K 11".. Til OS. K. GARVIN, or novlS W. BAKF.lt PAPER MILLS. EVANSVILLE PAPER IVriT.I.S, LEIC1I & CAKLS YEUT, Agents. W MANUFACTURE WRAPPING PAPER eafual to any mail", ami at Cincinnati prices. Prices aeut ou application to the Agents, jy ludtim SPECIAL NOTICES. SAPONIFIER, Or Concentrated Lye FAMILY SOAP MAKER. AVAR riakes high prices; Paponifier hopes to rc lll,cu """ It Soap for Four cent a pound by lining your kitchen grease. . , . C A.UTION ! As spurious are offered i alto, be careful and only boy the PATENTED ar ticle put np in IRON cans, all others being COUNTKRVEITS. , PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFAC TURING COMPANY. PIIILA DELPHIA Ko. 127 Walnut street. PITTS L' URCi Pitt Street and Duijuesne Way. decll-3iu WnooriKG Coigh on Caour, however s.vore, may be alleviated and cured by the use of Madame Zadoc Pcn'-er's Curative Hainan. This invaluable medicine possesses the extraor dinary power of relieving immediately Whooping Cough, Iloxrtenest, Difficulty of Breathing, llutki- uat and Ti.kling in the Throat. It loosens the phlegm, and will be 'found very agreeable to the taste. I'. U not a violent remedy, bnt emollient warming, searching, and effective Can be taken by the old -rt person or youngest child. For aalu by all Druggists, at 26 cts. par bottlo. decll A Si'PKiuoit Rkmedy. We can conscientious! f recommend to tliose suffering from a distressing cough, Dr. Strickland's Mellifluous Cough Bal sajn. It gives relief almost iustaotansous, and is withal not disagreeable to the taste. Th r is no donbtbnt the Mellifluous Congh Balaam is one of the best preparations in use, and is ail that its proprietor claims for it. We have tried it during tho past week, and found relief from a most dis- rrsssinr COSMh It prep:r...l l.y l)r. Strickland H. 0 East Fourth street, Cincinnati, O. From the Cincinnati National Union, Oct. II. d ell DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS, SEMINA L UaiN.vRV and Smual Systems. New and reliable treatnien t iu Reports of tho HEW ARD ASSO CIATION Seat in sealed letter envelopes, fre of charge. Address, Dr. J. SK1LLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. dee I 3m 91,000 Itr-wiBD. Ths above reward will be given to any person who can furnish a prescrip tion fur oughs, colds, whoop-cough, asthma, and consumption, which Is equal to Dr. Strickland's Mellifluous Cough Balsam. This balsam will enre ths above complaints, also spitting of blood aud night sweat. One fifty cent bottle is suflc cent for any one to try. The worst cases of chronic cough, asthma, whooping-cough and primary cases of consumption are cured by Dr. Strickland's Mellifluous Cough Balsam. It can bo had at any druggist's. It is different from auy other cough medicine we have known in this country. novaoiw To Coniamtlvtt, The advertiser, having bean restored to hnsjth In a few weka, by a very simple remedy, after having suffored several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. -4 To all who desiro It, he will send a copy ef the prescription used (free of charge), with the direc tions for preparing aad using the same, which they will fin. I a suas cun ros OomtJMPTlOH, A - ' im , 11 Hon. a ins, Ac The only object of the advertiser In tending the prescription is to benefit the afflict 1 1, and spread Information which he conceives to be invaluable ; and ho hopes every sufteror w.l.i try his romedy, as it will cost thorn nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the proscription will please ad dress Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Will.snutburgb, Kings County, New Tork. The above remedy may be obtained in K vans villeof Mu srs. KELLER A WHITS, Druggists. Call for pamphlet, frse of charge. CsmtlsMa. We hivk this day obtained a Patent for onr Manufactories, known as " EAMILY DVB COL ORS." The Dyes iuaiinfarluro.1 by other persons, under the name of Dosncsvtr Draa," Ac, are made In violation of onr Patent. We cam i-.11 nil persons making or selling lbs same herenllor, that we shall prosecute for sll in fringements of onr rights. HOWE St STKVENS. Boston, Oct. 13, lSfi3.-nnv",l-3w sfivt- iii tmaitewtii'i wrestt u i IIUNMF W KI.L'S TOUT ANODYN E. This most wonderful and reliable preparation which has earned its true naste and fame by results which has baffled every other attempt at relief Iu Nruraioia, HksmnaUam, i ;., Afercas Head Ache, Tonth aief Ache, Bowel Complaints, Hyteria, fUtrts aftev KUuttf, Lot tf Sleep, General Hereout Itrbililj, Piit'Orisms in Whottping Cough, and AntkuM, now declared to be largely tfernout. For the pains in 1enkf) IfcHiItnafioH s perfect relief, while na ture's aft. .1 work Is undisturbed, and one of Its most Important points. This valuable preparation should lie in every Family, as no description equals its real necessity, or its splendid results. J. L. IIUNNEWKIjL, Proprietor. Commercial Wbarf, Boston. ttsyFor salo bv nil wholesale and retail dealers. KELLKIt A WHITK. Agents. nnvl9-2m Evansville, Ind. TH CON f'KSjilONS AND EXPERIENCE OF AN INVALID, Published for the benefit, and. as a warning and CAUTION TO YOUNG MEN who snffer from Nervous IK'bilily, Premature Decay of Manhood, etc. supplying st the same time, THE MEANS OF SELF CURE. By one who has enred hiinseli after being put to groat expense and injury through medical humbug and quackery. By snckising a pott -paid addressed envelope singlo copies may be had of the anthor. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq., Bedford, Kings County, N. Y. PROF. 0. W0S HAIR RESTORATIVE. This sstonishing preparation will, by Nature's own Prooeaa, Re store Gray Hair to tbe Original Color. Will make it grow on Bald Heads. Will restore the Natural Secretions. Will remove at once all Itching. Will remove all Dandruff. Will curs all Eruptions even Scald Head. Will make the Hair Soft and Glossy. Will preserve the Color of Hair to Old Ags. Will always Fasten it, aud stop it Falling. And is one of the best Toilet Articles for the Hair new in use. Thousands or Soldiers in the Ann nave testified to the above, who had become gra ' ' "ir u,i' 'or sickness, change of climate and inattention, while performing camp duty. As a Ui-Htorattre and dressing it has no equal. KRLLKR & WHITE, Wholesale and Retail Agents far Evansville. HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!! Batch s lor' s Celebrated Hair Dye Is the Best in the World! The. only Harmless, True, and Reliable Dye Known. This splendid Hair Dye Is Perfect changes Bed Rusty or Grey Hair, Instantly to a Glossy Black or Natural Brown, without Injuring the Hair r Staining the Skin, leaving the Hair Soft and Beautiful ; imparts fresh vitality, frequently re storing i:s pristine color, anil rectiflas ths 111 effects of Bad Dyes. The Genuine Is signed WIL LIAM A. BATCH ELOR, all others are mere imi tations. Mid should be avoided Sold by al DrnK2ia:s, Ac. Factory 82 Barclay street, N. BATCH K LOB'S NEW TOILET CREAM FOR DRESSING THE HAIR. JylOdwly FURS! PURS!! PURS!!! WE ARE NOW lanre and well ai BEGEIVING A VERT sorted stock of Ladles' aud Misses's fancy Furs, comprising in part the fol lowing : Sable, Mink, Russian Fitch, Stone Mar tin Fisber, Lyus, German Fitch, Siberian Squir rel, Erinino, Genet. Swans Down, and fur trim mings of every descriptions, Gentlosaea's Fur Collars nisi Gloves, Children's Purs, Mutts. Cuffs, either separate or in sets. Having selected the goods ourselves, customers can rely on getting tbe very bestgradoof good's and at price as tow as t be lowest. HATS AND CAPS. Oar -i." K of Until ami Caps for Mjh and BuyV U uow roirr;lel, haviDr just beeu mpleaiabed with th verj latuai WMtV stjles, gotten up with caro uuder ou r owu supervlttion. MISSES' FELT HATS. Latest New York styles. INFANT'S HATS. Fancy and plain, a very lage assortment, new styles. All FANCY CAPS, Of which we are receiving a splendid assortment. VAUTIEB ft MAKCONNIKR, No M'i Main Street. COMMISSION HOUSE. NEW HOUSE IV NEW ORLEANS P. G. O'BILEY, (Formerly of Evansville, Ind.,) General Commission AND MERCHANT. PRODUCE Western Consignments Solicited. NO. 18 POYDRAH STREET. CORNER OF NEW LEVEE STRKKT, NEW ORLEAKS, LA. Reference The Great West. doe" f. II . H. DVDLKT, Memphis, Tunn. J. U. WOODWAU), Formerly of St. IiOuis. DUDLEY & CO.; ! JJommiBBioTi Merchants, H. 3 FUOJT1' KOW -Office sin Stairs. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. Shipments of Produce respectfully solioittd. Lllieral a Ivances made on ahinmonta in '- Refer to Merchants of Memphis geuerally. novl9-3ni Tnsurance agenuTT HOME dtstjeance company, Of Hew York. Office 112 and 114 Broadway With a Cash Capital all paid in of ONE MILLION DOLLARS. ASSETS JULY 1st, law ,1,W)0,000 Tho Home Insurance Company Insures agaiuet Loss or Damage by Fire on Dwellings and their contents, for a term of from 1 to 6 years on the most favorable terms. Stores, Warehouses, Stocks of Merchandize, Produce, Manufactories, Machine S3 1 all insurable property, at fair and equitable rates, and uu INLAND NAVIGATION And Transportation, Shipments upon the Rivers, Lakes, Canals and Railroads, as low as the nature of the risks will bear, with fairness to tho assnred aud the Company. Adjusting all losses fairly, and pr .mr.tly Bavins thetn. CHAS. J. MARTIN, Pres't. A. Jr. WILMARTH, Vice Pres't. J. Mii.to Smith, Secretary. John McGik, Ass't Sec'y. Applications made to and policies issned by A. O. HALLECK Jt SON, Ag'ti, First Street, near Post Office. Insurance Agency. ALLEN C. HALLECK, UNDERWRITER AND OENERAL INSURANCE AGENT, ADJURE Or aVIKAGCS AXD NOTABT rCSLIC. He continues to Issue Policies from several First Class and most reliable IN8UBANCE COMPANIES In tbe Commtru. on Inland and Fire HLttrt lla also receive applications for LIFE INSURANCE. Hs will attend t the Aillnstmont of r. i every description uuder iiolicies from other agen cies, and attend to tbe settlement of all matbrs connected with INSUUANCE, for parties Interest ed. His long experience as an I.vhubancb Ausnt, baa made him familiar with all suljecU connected with Insurance. Office, on First Street, near the Post Office. INCORPORATED 1847. CITY Fire Insurance Company, HARTFORD, CONN. Capita, Jr4,4oo C. C. WAITK, Sec'y. C. B. ROWERS, Pres't 8. A. PU1CE, Cenoral Ak-ent, Residing at c'hicago. Ills. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $.B7,&40. This Company Insures against loss and damai e by tiro on Dwelliugs and their Contents.' Mores, Warehoiiaes, Stocks of Merchandise, and all iasur able property at as reasonable raUn of premium as any other solvent anil reUaMx Company, Aijntmg Lomet fairlf and paying them pr,mtpllg. Applications made to mid Policies issued by A. 0. HALLECK It SON.. First Street, near Post Office, . aur21-lyd Evamvili.i. Ind. HARDWARE, &c. DKAI.KR3 IN II A. T I W R E AND CUTLERY No. 13 V FIRST STREET, (SIGH BIO MILL, SAW",) Have received a complete stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Hardware, Purchased -and Imported direct from the Manufacturers Enabling ua to offer inducements to Pur chasers rarely found in the Weal. We call the special attentiou of Dealers to our large and well selected Stock, con sisting in part of Axes All the celebrated brands, Chains Log, Trace and Halter, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Shovels and Spades, Cotton and Wool Cards, Wheel Heads, Weaver's Reeds, Spinning Wheels, Locks, Latches, Butts and screws, Gun Trimmings, Brass Kettles, Shot Guns, Rifles and Revolvers, Chain Pump Fixtures, Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Gum Belting, Japanned Ware, NotionsLarge Stock. WELLS, KELLOGG & CO.., No. 13 First Street. NOTICE. To the Ladies of Evansville and Vicinity. MRS- ROWLAND IS PKKPARKD 'CO DO all tho latest styles of Embroidery an A Braid Stamping at her residence, on Second between Mulbery and Gum Streets. ne eirV-Sra g DRY GOODS GROCERIES. LYON'S COLUMN. I SPEOT a O.i.ksz No. 10 4 FIRST JSTI3j52T, Wholesale and Retail DRY GOODS. Onr second purchase thlsifall of everything in onr line that is New, Rich AXD DESIRABLE, Has now arrived, among which will be found a complete assortment of Plain French Merinos, Fancy French Merinos, Fancy French Cashmers, Plain and Fancy Delains all Wool, And all tbe New Styles of RICH WINTER DRESS GOODS. Also a splendid Hue of oiogant Black Cloth Cloaks, SCARLET AND BLUE CLOAKS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, RUGS, WINDOW SHADES, Window Hollands, Curtain Damasks, LACE CURTAIN'S, Curtain Fixtures CURTAIN CORNICES; And almost everything in the HOUSE FURNISHING LINE my2fl.lv J AUl KSS A FRENCH, J No. 10 Ftrat Street. K vansvllle. FOR GREAT BARGAINS IN T jR: A" t o O r S GO TO E. A. COOKE & CO., Who have just completed their winter slock of Goods, consisting in part ol' French Merinoes, Checked and Plain Alpacas, Silk Striped Lustres, Wool and half Wool Delaines, Ladies' Hisses' and Children's Hoop Skirts, Ladies' Misses' and Children's Balmoral Skirts, Hoods, Nubias and Misses' Fancy Knit Coats, Soatags and Alexandras, Lambs Wool, Merino and Bal moral Hose, And a great variety of Notions, &c. Also just received hy express A full assortment'of Cloaks. All tbe novelties of the season, comprising Bed Biding Hoods, Blue Circulars, Black Cloth Circulars and Sacguea Various Prices; Styles to suit the moat fastidious, uome ana see lor yourself at No. T FIRST STREET, CONDITION POWDERS W. F. DECKERMAN'S CKLKBBJtTKV Xji o o x CONDITION POWDERS, FOR Horses and Cattle, Composed itriiiciptvlly of Roots and Herbs. TniS POWPKR HAS BKHN TOPND, BY long experience, to lie highly useful for the cure of the various diseases to which lb and Cattle are subject viz : Founder, Distemper, Hide-Bound, Loss of Ap letite. Inward Sprains, Yellow Water, Scratches or (.reuse. Manga, Inslainatiou, Fatigue, or Rheumatism, commonly called Stiff Complaint, a disease fatal to Horses in this country. Warranted to Cure Hog Cbolera. Sold in Kvansvtlb by BaouoiiToa ft Woout, Kastek ft Koarr, Ar.,rsr JCllik, aad Joseph Hiosttuji, Aud at Ne,wburg by W. Fau ft Co. aug-20 NOTICE. Simon Gutuberts vs. John Muer and A. T. Whittlesey, Garnishee. Before Ben. Stiuson, Justice of the Peace. ' C TT i Constable made hasata that said Muer is not a swideut of tbe Statu of Indiana, the said Muer is t&wrefore hereby uotiOed to apyKtr to answer In Kaail action at my orti. ;, in the city of Evansville, the I'd b day of Heceinber, 1863, at J o'clock A J . or tbe same will be determined in his ab sence. BEN. STINSON, novii-ytw Justice of the Peace. . ; r -i ... E. K. WIIEEUC. AS. BIGCS. W. J. SVOO WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG, Wholes le dealers in GROCERIES, SALT, COTTON YARNS Nails, Window Glass, Sash, Doors, Sic. No. 17 .North Pint Street, Corner of gjcamore. EVAN3VTLLK, INDIANA. COPARTNERSHIP WE. HAVK ASSOCIATED WITH VB fX. J Sngg, -late of Uuiontown, Ky., in the Wholesale Grocery busiaess. The stylo of Uo Arm will be Wheeler, Biggs X Sage. WHEELER & BIGGS. SYRUPS J bbls XXX Bertrand Syrup ; 0uJ4bb Sll 10 gal. kegs " m .'! J 5 bbls ExceUlor ' tKldils " Tt) bbls Honey " ' 25 " N. O. Molasses. For sale cheap bv noT8 WnEEI.ER, BIGGS ft 8UOO. CI LASS! GLASS T 100 boxes 8X10 Olass, 'City j 10X12 25 25 25 25 25 15 25 20 10 15 BXI2 " 9X14 " 9X15 " 10X1 " . I , 10X15 10X18 " PintrUsks; Quart Flasks ; " Jars ; Yt gallon Jars; 1 " " 20 On hand and for sale cheap by WHEELKB, RIGGS ft SUGG. JHST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE CHBAI' 50 boxes a-sorted r,. u ; 65 ' assorted Gum Drops ; 25 " Lozenges ; 40 " Fancy Candy ; 25 " Fire Crackers. And a variety of Christinas Fixins. By WHIELKR, RIOOS ft HOOO. FRUITS AND NUTS 50 boxes Layer Basins : 60 ' M. B. " 75 C bx Layer 100 2 bx " 600 It Currants ; 1000 lbs Fresh Figs J 10 trails S. S. Almonds t 10 bbls Filberts ; 5 " Cream Nuts ; 10 ' necans. All fresh and for sale cheap by WHEELER, BIGGS ft SUGG. QUOAR O S5 hhds choice N. O. Sugar -r 10 " Porto Uico 25 bbls A, CofTee .85 B. ' 50 Yel. ' -20 " Cr'd " " 15 ' , -1, ".. ., . . 1 j Bought belkro the ndvanrn, nnJ fr gi0 WHEELRK. RIGGS ft SUGG. C OFFICE 110 bags prime Bio Coffee; 50 Fair 25 iHjxes Oronnd " 100 " ESsussjj : 'i l v On haud and and to arrive by j WHEELER, RTOGR ft SUGG. SIOHA l.o kegs "New Oastle" 6o,la; I nOOIbsSsl. Seila; 25 lbs A. M. So.la; 25 bxs, I lb prs. Just recelvetl aud for shIh 'beat), br WH EELER, RbliGS ft SUGG. OILS AND PAINTS a bbls Linseed Oil; A 20 ldd Coal ii.ii rf A . w f m 250 cans Wagon Oil, a now article : '). . I Ill J . w . M . 1000 lbs Putty ; 500 lbs Venitian Red. All for sale at lowost cash pricas. l v WHKKLER, RlGGfiftSUOG SUNDBIES T! 100 boxes Snap, assorted : 40 Pownsitan Pip; 400 dozen assorted Brooms : e j-w f0 reams Paper; ; LSWD'ICH -100 boxes WashingBhss; i u fssl lbs Twine, substitute lor Cotton : lbs Hemp Twiu; l(i boxtss Sardines, Vi's; . COO 7B " 1 Tb can Oysters ; 50 " 2 lb can " ! , And a thousand tliinirs too numerous ta man. tion, for sale as cheap as the cheapest, by novas WHEELER, ItKKIS 4 SUGG. PICTURES. o o ;ry.ri 1. 1. AST) ai xooJS i c t ii r e s COPIED TO 3Cj i p :ej 5 And all manner of Styles of -..V.t. i VUilV) AT Adams' Photograph Gallery, (Over Post Office.) dec9 FAMILY DYE COLORS. Patented October 13, 1803. Bloct, yT rASr7. Dark Greu, HlnckfoefHli, yVO Cv Light Grtsu, Vark Blue, CA Ma.enta, LujM lUue, Iff JS Maize. French lllue, a H ssa 1ml Hforooa, CUiret Uroten, Dark .v(. .-, Light I(rtrn, Bmqf Brown Cherry, Dark Drab, Light Drab, h 'Wt, Drab. Light Fa tea Drabt th-angt. nk, FnrpU, Buual Purple, Salmon, . fleorfef, Slate, i 00 Solforino, Vtnlrt, YcUoie. nets. Hats, Feathers, Kid Gloves, Chil dren's clothing, and all kinds of wear- - . ipg Apparel. ..,,-. I sTA SAVING OF 80 PER. CKNT..r For 2o cents you can eolor.as many goods as would otherwise cost Ave times that sum. Vari ous shades can lie produced from the sasno dye. The procsts is simple, and any one can use tbe dye with -perfect niinri.. Hirections in KngUsh, French and Gerniaa inside of each package. For further information in llyeing, anil giving a perfect kuowletlge what colors are I eat adapted lo dye over others, (with many raluable receipts,) purchase Howe ft Stevens' Treatise on Dyeiug and i during. Bent by mail oa receipt of price 10 cents. Manufactured by HilWK ASTKVKNM, atui Broadway, Boston. For sale by druggists aud dealers generally. BOSjSMf - Hit ''t WANTED. o e July 23,-wtm Administratrix's Notice. NOTIOK IS HKBKBY GIVEN THAT THE undersigned has been appointed administra trix of the estate of Bracket Mills, late of Vander burgh county. Said estate-is supposed to be sol vent. ANN MILLS, Administratrix. nox20-3w I r WS i C Nats m p B ft p ft a- ft a ft B- W P ZZ paw sasi past paw ft it? a- ft ft c ft ft ft 3D ft Pwwe TJ1 pssfs pT mi z ft ft ft o ft ft p 3D Nsl paw Pa 0 3 ft ft P 0 ft 15 p ft S3 P s X o p ft 5S O ft ft r P s D- ft pr. p M S P M 2. 3 S ft T a ft ft p 35 5 ft 3D ft ft 3D 35 g B ft ft ft ft P ft ft P S 3 ft 3D 3D c ft 53- 5 ft 3 e 5- swats ft P- pssta 8' ft P 3D ft ft P H s paste 3D ewT P P B 3 H ft B tr ft p ft ft i ft P 3D 3D H ft- P P 3D 5 ft ft ft 3D (ft- S5 past, ft es S saw iH ft .EE p 3D S 3D f-f- 3 P 32 P 3D P 3D ft 55- ,P P 3D tsate P ft 3D 3D mi s paa-e 3D va 52 P ft P 3D P S3- P 3D ft m .ST! ft S ft lljrl. ) y P- iss S o ft p P-a 3D P 3 GOLD, sw SILVER, Demand Notes, Kieketfs and James' Checks, and all other nncurrent. money bonght at the highest market value. LYON. THE RURAL AMERICAN The Seat Pajwr For Kariwa and Krnlt tirowers-Klght isoirara rrrnuuiu for only Twenty Subscribers. T WANT 10 tMJ CLUB AGENTS TO CI ECU -J late tbe Hunt Amcbican, I'tlca, Jf-w York-.' Volume VIII rommeDces January 1st, 14, iaper free to club subscribers in Deceiulwr ! This is de cidedly tbe best and cbeapwt fanner's and fruit grower's paier iu existence, at ouly $1 a year, and every .subscrils-r receives two of the best liKAt'K VIMXtS kuowu to exist, sent free of ail CM use, or ssc iklu' worth of BI 3KI.l. S GKEAT FBOLIFIC STBAWBKttitY PLANTS tbe largest and most prdluctive iu the world. ; many win. !i are actually as large ;is cn r.u ! tttj Kciv jierson who remits $1 will raceive the nspar t i.i i. to January uext, and, through t - ' for his rn !!- ! Sample copies sent free trS all appli easts, with fall details. Positively I oner tbe best Uruis to Postaiadlers aud other club agents of any olhr publisher in this country. EIGHT DOL LABS in.premiuus lor every club of Twrsrv sub scribers! I have an immense supply of tho cowc- est grape vines, all of which are to be xbkb to .ny vnUrril..ry I Mu.wl f . . r ulteeimeU li" liHLUe.il , " 'M f-i lei,U aieiy, ami auurass x. x. .i - ,7 o County. N. V. COW FEED. 5 TONS OK cir-r bban JUST RECEIVED Bring iii roiir orders. Also, 2,000 bbls whit Nsshannock Potato. For sale at uMl ELLIOTT'S Famils Grocery. I. EITTENBEEG, Maaubcturer cf the aewlj inrsatea P E R I S C OP I O Spectacles Army Field Glasses, Superior to all of tiers now la ne. GLASSES, Microscopes, OPERA GLASSES, Marine Spy Glasses, SIMPLE MICROSCOPES, Hunting Grlasses, And all kinds of OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS Can be VjuI only of No. cr Main Stx-oot, EVANSVILLE INDIANA. T BITTKKBIBG HAS SOW ON ITATTOS A. splendid assortment of Optical Iastranents. which be will dispose of at greatly reduced prices; his goods being all of the rery latest im provements in manufacture, consisting of a Tery lanre ranety of Spectacles from the most common to the rery best, ria: The DlMSI eaality of Cold bpectaclee. these Glasses being constructed en the most accurate adaptation of the Convex Ooncaro reriscoplc principles. Also, Mrer of ttireo dif ferent grades of Glasses, No. 1 being oa the same principle as ttte Cold Spectacles. No 2 is a Peri focal Lense; No. 3 being a Ace AcaromaUfe Lease, mirror shape. In addition to the al .ve I hare a fine assort ment of Steel, f the rwry bast quality of Lenses the frames lieing grooved into the Glasses. The frames ars so fine as to be scarcely visible Ho 2 of steel is Perifocal. No. S tbe globules of a smoked Leuse, adapted for weak sigh where strong liuht, snow or wind aftVet thn vision. These Spectacles are a perfect prerentative bynse ing them constantly, causing the eye to cat its healthy power and retain ft to oM age. Having had reVy ooasiderabls experience als i in cateract ejret, in adapUng gUssas to such rision, would Impross oa the minds of all persons need ing glasses of any description, to apply for such only to a regular Optician, making thai his sole study and business for years, he alone l?ing able to know from The pecTtllar anatomy of the eye tho natnreof thedefcet, whether a rising froar weak-n-seof 'Sut. flattening of Uie papll, or either misfortintsoccarringtotlw rlsioa. The eve be ing the most delicate organ, aad at the most vital importance to the happiness and prosperity of man, should never K- tampered with, olth-r bv the individual or by those who, for mare profit take upon themselves the selling of Optical In strameots, and who know nothing of tbe anatomy of theoye, ur how to discover tbe jirop.tr glass to snit the peculiarity of the different sights of those """"S jrocs. iDonsauiss nave lost their vision euurciy irom uot aptlyiag to tsnse oaly qualified to know the diflei-eut defects ia each iu diridnal's sight, and bow to remedy it by wearing the proper kind of spec tar lea. I. Bitteahrg. having had ovur twenty -five years experience as a regular practical optician, can assure ttnwegiviug him their patronage that by applying to hitn'they can get the v. ry right kied of ghwsas adapted to tbefr case, and in alrnswt every one ocuro eye sight to old age. New sighterf peraoarcan also obtain of him the latest Auprovrh'tent in spectacles suited to them, lieing a new iawsMion. 1 have also the most recently new Field Otasses with AstromJcal eye pssere, being wny suiri.n' to the old .j-.raglaMarn.ugement. All.linds ot Optical Instruments repairorl at the bhocfc-i-i no tiee.'and these having purchased siiecticles of me, and having had th. misfertiiae teireak one of the lenses, can bate it replaced grrittuUittsly by aply -Ing to i ' I. RITTENBERG, 67 main street, BeL Second and Third Sis., EVANSVILLSfUND. CIGARS & tobacco: JOSEPH FENDRICH & BROS. No. 155 Porest Street, dt 49 Ssatli B AIVTI M US1, MP, JOHN FENDRICH & BROS., I 'OLOMBIA, PA.,, j, AM F. FEKDRICH & BROS., Evansville, Ind., Branches of tbe Baltimore lion' -C StAM-rACTI BECS or TOBACCO. y7-K ABB NOW THK MOST XXTENSIVK Mannactnrers, iu our Una, ia the State. We offer the following Tobacco and Cigars, of onr own manufacture, for sale: J0 Boxes of nve I . Ota. tfin Boxes of 1 f,up tawinw en 200 Boxes Frank's Orange Lump lb. fift Cu. 300 BoeeBnd, in Oaddies, per pound 60Cts. 301 Bcixes Barow's, in Caddies. Son Caddies Peach Leaf, per ponnd . fin Ota, 200 El Dorado, Light, per ponnd SI 00 SOU Caddies Pancake, Light, per pound 80 Cts. IU .xeA Sunred T..liarcoi lp'166 CU. 1,000 Barrels Smoking Tobacco; am boxes Bond's Scotch Bon; Mi Half Barrels Fine-Cot Chawing Tobacco; 100 Merschanm Pipes ; list Gross Briar and W po4 Piiw-s; ' o enO,nnf) Clay Pipes, asstej n uW.A " 100 Gross Bubler Pipes ; 10,000 assorted Pipe Stems; 2A.000 Cenha Cigars ; MjKal Uenry CUy Cigars, Urst's; 3;,0O Henry Clay Cigars, Reojoad's; 28,06o 1m Narodeen 'igars ; 30,000 El Brutus Cigars ; Half Spanish tiigarsj ,vJt 2n0,0H0 Segareeta ; !0,O0o La Salvadina Cigars ; 4"V Packs Smoking Tobacco; 60 Drums Turkish Smoking Tobacco ; 1,900 Bales Riaaicaairk Smoking Tobaeci ; Iirums Sfaangfaie ; . " 2"' Pounds Maoaaboy SnufT; z.Oi m French Sassf. -I- Merchants and Store-Keepers, look to their Interest ; examine onr large stork. No. Main Street, Sales Room factory, Cor. Lotus! it Water Sts. Via manufacture all the above goods, and will sel 311 per cent, cheaper thau any House ra our State. We would call the attentftw ot Merchants who deal ia our lias, to mry from tho suaaufisrturers, w here they can sare :ir) per cent. F. FKNDBlCH A BBOS., n;.jl XvansviUe, ladiana. NOTICE. HRADQI ARTCRS PBOVdST MA USUAL, Piasr In -run r, Evansville, Ind., ' November 57, 133. ) NOTICK fS HEBEBT GfVKN THAT AN V person enrolled in the First District as sub ject to draft, may appear before the Board of En rollment, at Kvausville, Ind., and claim to have his name stricken olf th list. If ho can show to the satis taction of the lloard that he is not, aud - ,,. if 11 if I rtlTr.ill li.fc. , . : ..' : " ed for the draft, on account of, 1st, Alienage : 2d. Non-residence; 3d, Unsnitabieneas at Af; 4th, Manifest permanent Disability. The Board will hear cases as above specified un til the 20th December, 1363, after which no cases will be heard. By order of the Provost Marshal General. BLTTHE BYNKS, Provrt Marshal nov2S-td And President of Board SPY v.