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FOR SALE.
For Sale or Trade.
J WILL SELL OUTBADE FOB CITY PROP
erty, 24 acres of land within two miles of ilie
eitj, 15 acrei cleared, with a good Frame H ....... .
32x0 feet. For particulars apply to Moses Ai
ken, corner of Sixth and Cherry streets.
Iwdaw-decl6 JACOB. P DUNN.
FOR SALX A VERT SUPERIOR ENGINE
and boiler, made l.y Ritz & Haney ; Engine,
10 inch cylender, 2 feet stroke; Boilor, 42 inches
diameter, with two flues and made of very heavy
Iron.
Also, three large Korco Pumps, two of which
are Buitable for pumping a mine; also, a Corn
Screen, complete, with shafting, gearing and pul
ley ; also, one single and one double B! lit Fan.
The whole or any portion of the above property
can be bought very cheap for cash. Enquire of
declo-d3w CONVERSE CLEMENT.
House for SALE Cheap
Situated on Third, bet. Cherry and
Oak Streets.
Title Perfect.
M. A. LAWRENCE.
doclo-lwd
LOT FOR SALE I have for sale the South
east or alley half of Lot No. 150, in the Do
nation Enlargement of the city of Evansville.
Terms one-third cash. Residue on time to suit
pnrchaseri. ALEX. C. DONALD,
dec!4-2wd Princeton, Iud.
THOSE IN WANT OF GOOD WOOD CAN BE
supplied by leaving their orders at Charles
Mcjohnston's Store, on Main street, near the Ca
nal. To insnre promp. delivery, leave the cash
with the order. dec! THOS. D. SMYTH.
FOR SALE A HOUSE AND LOT ON THE
river bank, south of Gum street. The house
Is almost new, contains fi rooms, hall, pantry,
Ac. Good stable, wood-shed, outbuildings, Ac.
Lot 62 feet front by 150 feet deep.
A bargain will be given Inquire at this office,
or of JNO. S. McCORKLE.
FOR SALE A FARM OF 40 ACRES, LO-
good fences; on reasonable terms. AVl ' f to
JACOB SINZICH A SON,
nov23 Water bet. Sycamore and Vine.
TV'OB SALE A TWO STORY BRICK DWEL
F LING, containing nine rooms, a good celler,
and cistern, and out-buildings, together
with the lot on which it is situated. Said lot is
situated on Second Street, tbe next square above
Mr. R. Raleigh's dwelling. Said lot fronts G2
feet on Second street, and runs back 150 feet to an
alley. The lot is high and well improved. For
terms apply to 0. E. LEWIS.
nov2tf
House and Lot for Sale.
ONE OF THE M08T DESIRABLE RESI
DENCES in the city for sale ; in complete
order, containing ten Rooms with Chandaliert and
Bracketts for Gas, two brick Cisterns, Stable,
Wood, Coal and Out-Houses, a good dry brick
Cellar 18 feet square, well lighted.
The House is wood heavy oak frame stands
back 40 feet from the street, leaving a beantiful
front yard. Coiner Lot 75 by 300 feet, enclosed
with a good substantial fence. Corner of Oak and
Water streets, above the residence of Robert
Barnes. Esq. Enquire of
octlO-tf CHABLFS BABCOCK,
No. g Main Street.
FOR RENT.
THE LARGE BRICK BUILDINGS, CORNER
of Locust and Water streets, now occupied by
the Quartermaster's Department.
For particulars enquire of
ALEX. FOSTER,
At Warehouse of Fostor Gwynn & Co.
leclS-dtf
POUND.
A SUM OF MONEY, WHICH THE OWNER
can have by calliug on Elwood Fisher Moore,
at Dr. Morgan's, and paying for this advertise
ment. decl5-d3t
STRAYED.
FROM THE UNDERSIGNED, WEDNESDAY,
Dec. 9th, one BLACK U0R9E, blind, with a
rope halter on his neck. Any person hearing oY
said horse, will please notify me at this office.
declS-lwdAw THOS. J. GROVES.
?OR RENT OR SALE.
FOR RENT OR SALE A BEAUTIFULLY
situated Residence, near the Salt Wei In, with
about two acres of Land. Will trade for good
eity property. Enquire of
E. E. MINGST, cor. Main-and First.
WANTS.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, two Wheeler A
Wilson's Sewing Machine Operators. Con
stant employment will be given by applying at J.
street, EvauVvfTferfn'of'' V" a"aecl't-2w
BOYS WANTED. TWO OR THREE GOOD
Boys, having some knowledge of type-setting.
Apply soon.
Haiti iotttwitt.
FRIDAY....
..DECEMBER 18
M. THAYER) Editor.
J. Ji. SIL VERTHQRN, Associate.
NEWS SUMMARY
Our news by telegraph yesterday and
last night was very meagre, and of but
little interest or importance.
General Hurlbut has issued an order
regulating the entrance of cotton into
Memphis. This was found necessary to
circumvent the frauds of speculations.
He has also prohibited the sale of coin
or bullion, or the paying out of the same
by the banks to depositors, in conse
quence of having discovered that large
amounts were being sent South, with
which to buy cotton from the rebels.
The locality of the Chesapeake has
been changed, and a United States ves
sel has been dispatched to look after her.
The authorities of Nova Scotia, it is
said, have ordered the arrest of the pi
rates.
On our first page will be found a thrill
ing account of the loss of the Weehaw-
ken, in Charleston harbor, the congratu
latory order of Gen. Buruside to bis
army at Knoxville, and other interesting
news.
By mail last night we have a report
that John Morgan is in Richmond, and
has been given a command in the army
in Georgia.
Another val table prize has been cap-
. j cr TU:i : vr n i r
urea uu r,o,iogWu . o7 one oi
UU1 T7T'"'6
From the Cincinnati Gazette we learn
that on Monday afternoon there was a
fidit at Bear Station, in Tennessee ha-
' , '
tween ourcavairy unaer wenerai onacK. and killed three of the rascals. The
leford and Longstreet, in which our loss j guerrillas were under the command of
was about seventy-five. Our forces were ! Martin, and had committed numer
driven back half a mile. The fight was tour depredations on citizens near Can
.... , rr. , I ton, Ivy. John Martin and F. M. Oakley
expected to be renewed on Tuesday, headed the citizens who did this good
Bear Station is north of the Holsten riv- work. Nashville Union.
er, 25 miles south of Cumberland Gap, I
and 45 miles northwest from Knoxville, 0JTn l -Fi
' out Mountain, a rebel soldier who had
and 25 miles southwest from Rogersville, concealed himself, came out of his hid-
at which place are Longstreet's head
quarters. The aim of the rebel general
was to capture Shackleford, and to this
end he crossed a force to the south side
of the Holsten river, which proceeded
westward and attempted to re-cross in
our rear west of Bear Station. In this,
however, they were defeated. If re
enforcements could be moved up in time
a battle would be given to Longstreet,
and from the tenor of our dispatches
we infer that this is the intention. Long,
street has all his forces concentrated be
tween Rogersville and the point at which
Monday's fight took place. He may be
easily reinforced from Lee's army over
the East Tennessee and Virginia Rail
road, and probably will be as the latter
does not now fear any aggressive move-
ment on the part of Meade. It is possi-
ble, therefore, that a battle will be fought , ernment Two hundred thousand dol
in the Holsten Valley. Of course our j lars will have to be accounted for by the
forces at Knoxville and Cumberland parties accused.
Gap, can sjedilybe moved forward, in '
case of an engagement being considered
probable- ordesireable. Tbe question of !
a battle will be decided by Gen. Sber-
man, as the rebels are not likely to move j
forward.
The rebel authorities have forwarded
to Fortress Monroe letters signed by
Lieutenant-Colonel Sanderson, Lieutenant-Colonel
Van Sehrader, Lieut-CoL
Hunter, and Col. J. F. Boyd, prisoners
at Richmond, in which they certify that
up to December 4th, the date of the let
ters, .the instructions for the delivery
and distribution of food from the North
to their fellow-prisoners has been faith
fully complied with, and that in regard
to the clothing sent "every facility for
the inspection of the prisoners and the
distribution of the clothing, has been af.
forded by the rebel authorities."
Senator from Arkansas. The Mem
phis Argus of the 5th announces, the ar
rival in that city of Hon. V. K. Sebas
tion, who, it says, is on his way to Wash
ington to attend the present session o
Congress, he having two years to serve
of his term as United States Senator
from Arkansas. Mr. Sebastion has ever
been a Union man, and refused to take
any part in the rebellion in his State.
His presence at Washington, with a view
to resume his seat in the Senate, will
bring up an interesting question for aarly
fi-The Memphis Bulletin of the
11th has the following farther particu
lars of the late tight at Wolf river bridge:
On Thursday, tbe 3d instant, the rebels
made an attack on Collierville. The
troops there were commanded by Colon
el i rank A. Kendrick, of the 2d West
Tennessee regiment The object of the
rebels was to distroy the railroad bridge
across Wolf river. The object of the
rebels being made known, the planks of
the bridge were taken up on the main
Collierville road.
On the afternoon of the 3d a small
cavalry force made a slight demonstra
fion on the bridge and then withdrew.
Tbe Union force in this engagement
lost two guns and had one man wounded.
Early on the morning of the 4th it was
discovered that Lafayette had been burn
ed. The 6th Illinois cavalry arrived
and joined Col. Kendrick who was ahead
of Col. Hatch's cavalry brigade. The
6th and a portion ot another regiment
bad crossed the bridge and got into an
ambuscade, when the bridge was soon
obstructed with caissons. The enemy
made a desperate attempt upon the
bridge, but the place was steadily defen
ded. This had gone on about half an
hour when Col. Hatch's force arrived.
Col. Hatch had scarcely joined in the
action when he fell severely wounded.
The- command then devolved upon Col.
Kendrick, who placed a portion of the
2d Iowa cavalry, with their revolving ri
fles, at the bridge. The enemy kept up
the- attack.
Col. Foley's command was now attack
ed by superior numbers, but held their
own, and the rebels were beaten off.
Meantime the artillery at the fort aided
by keeping up a fire under the order of
Lieutenant Fuller. At ten minutes past
four in the afternoon, finding their efforts
all in vain, they retreated precipitately,
with heavy loss, leaving 22 dead and 4
wounded on the field, and carrying off
six wagon loads of others wounded, as
previously reported. The Union forces
took 8 prisoners in all, 5 of whom were
wounded.
well remember the time when the guer
rilla chief, John Morgan, made his fre
quent raids upon the Nashville railroad,
capturing numerous trains. During the
month of May, 1862, he captured a train
bound from this city to Nashville, and
robbed the Adams Express Company of
various packages, one of which was
shipped by A. Bland, a broker of this
city, containing a little upward of $2,200
in Southern money, to partips in Nash
ville. Mr. Bland held the receipt of the
Company for the money, and as it was
not delivered to the parties in Nashville,
he demanded of the Express Company
that they refund the same to him. This
they refused to do, upon the grounds
that as it had been seized by guerrillas
they could not be held responsible. Mr.
Bland at once instituted suit in the Jef
frrson Circuit Court for the recovery of
the same. Mr. C. O. Smith, of this city,
has also brought suit against the Com
pany for $595, which was seized last
spring at Elizabethtown by Capt Hines.
These suits were tried together in the
Circuit Court, and on Thursday they
were argued at great length by Messrs.
Wolfe and Barr for the plaintiff and
Caldwell and Speed for the defense. The
Judge has the case under advisement,
and will render his decision in a few
days. The case is a very important one,
and one in which a large number of per
sons are interested, and the decision of
the Judge will be looked for with great
interest. Lou. Democrat, 12th.
A Mistake. We find that quite a
number of persons, usually well inform
ed, are under the impression that the
General Meredith, who is Commissioner
for the Exchange of Prisoners on the
side of our Government, is General SoL
Merideth of this State. This is a great,
though not very unreasonable, mistake.
The Commissioner is a Pennsylvania
officer we believe. Our General Mere
dith is with his command, the gallant
"Iron Brigade," and has always been
with it when his wounds didn't compel
him to come home or go into a hospital.
J0 A party of fifteen men, mostly of
mo late enn rventucky cavalry, on the
8thinst. organized, and pursued a band
r o. .r . .1 .
6" lnl oiewart county, in tnis
tate' disPeed 'm, and captured all
weir arms, norses, camp equipage, etc.
ing place, mounted a large rock, threw
ott bis bat and coat, and, shaking him
self like a chicken freed from damp con
finement, exclaimed, "How are you,
Southern Confederacy?"
No Private Boats to Enter the Cum
berland. The following important dis
patch was received at the Naval Rendez
vous, Cincinnati, on the 10th inst:
To Acting Master A. S. Brown, Com'
manding Naval Rendezvous :
Smithland, Dec. 10, 1863.
No more private steamers or boats not
under the Government charter, or carry
ing Government freight, will be permit
ted to enter the Cumberland river until
further notice.
Lerot Fitch.
Lieut. Commanding.
t A number of Jews are under ar-
rest at Memphis for swindling the Gov-
The U. S. Income T&X.
All persons liable to assessment for
Income Tax, will find it to their interest
to learn and to observe the following
facts, and requirements of the Internal
Revenue law:
1st. The income tax is assessed upon
the annual gains, profits, salary, or earn
ings of each individual. No firm or
company pays income tax.
2d. Each person, whose annual income
is over $600 per annum, will be required
to make a full statement of the same, un
der oath.
3d. That in this statement, after foot
ing up all the items, the following de
ductions will be allowed:
1st $600;
2d. Rent of building actuallv paid,
and Third, all State, County and City
taxes, actually paid.
4th. When the amount remaining, af
ter deducting tbe above items, does not
exceed $10,000, the tax is 3 per cent;
when it doos exceed $10,000, the tax is
d per cent.
5th. The next assessment will be made
in May, 1864, and will be levied on in
comes derived or produced in the year
1863, (from Jan. 1st to Dec. 31st)
6th. All who neglect or refuse to make
the required statement at the time it is
demanded, will be assessed for such
amount as is supposed will co?er their
liability, to which 50 per cent will be
added as a penalty for such neglect or
refusal.
It is not expected, or desired that any
one should pay more than their share of
the Government Tax. But it is expect
ed thatjevery one will so arrange their ac-
v -- . ; " '-n'j -
ence to their business. In order to do
this, it is of importance that all should
balance their accouuts, and either take
invoices, or make up estimates of all
their various professions, trades, or pur
suits on the 1st of January next. Expe
rience has proved that it is the interest
ot every one to do this at least once a
year. No one can know too much of his
own business, if he desires or expects to
be successful. But in this case it is
doubly so, as the Government requires
every one who is liable to pay Income
Tax to make a careful and concise state
ment of all the material facts, and to
verify them under oath. It is no hard
ship, and should be a cheerful duty of
those who make the money to pay this
tax. In this respect the Internal Rev
enue Taxes are by far! the most equi
table and the least burdensome of any
that have been devised by our wisest
statesmen.
R. S. Hornbrook, Assessor.
Wm. E. FREKcn, Collector.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
MARRIED.
On Thursday morning, December 17th, 1813, by
Rev. P. BIcDermott, P. RALEIGH to Misa
ELEANOR FOSTER, nil of this eity.
For the liberal supply of cake and wino accom
panying the above, the attaches of the " Journal"
Office tender their thanks and express their hopes
that tltaftbaney -moon of the happy couple may
be thrice perennial.
DIED.
On the 17th inst., CATHERINE MENTAL,
aged 70 years.
The funeral will tako place from the residence
of M. B. Suitor, on Pigeon Creek, near Negley's
Mill, on Sunday morning, December 20th, at 10
o'clock.
The friends of the family am invited to attend.
MEDICAL.
CANCERS
CAN BK PERMANENTLY CURED M ITU
out pain, caustic eating, or the nse of UK
knif-
DR. W C. COWDES.
The Doctor has successfully treated Cancers many
years in Cincinnati, Ohio, but is now located in
Terrc Haute, Ind.. and will visit Evansville once
a month. He will be found at the Washingtou
Douse Dec. 17th and 18th, Jan. 8th nd 8th, Feb.
fith and Oth, and March 11th and 12th. All those
afflicted with Cancers or any other chronic dis
ease, will Sod it to their advantage to call and
consult with him. Consultation free.
His Cancor antidote ia the most wonderful dis
covery ever made in medicine. Its operation is
truly astonishing without parallel and Is the
only known antidote for Cancers or cancerous af
fections. It can be applied to the naked eye, or
an open wound as freely as water ; by this means
large Cancers can bo removed from the vital parti
where no other treatment could possibly be used.
All surgical operations performtd'with success
AddreBS Dr. W. O. C0WDKN, Box 349 Terre
Haute, Indiaua. decl8-:im
GROCERIES.
SCOTCH ALE 100 dozen Tonne's, Campbell's
and Milton's the best brands imported
For sale at II. A. COOK'S.
LONDON PORTER 100 dozen Hibbart's, Bv
ass & Barkly's, aud Perkins' the best brands
imported. For sale at H A. COOK'S.
FIGS 50 drums fresh Figs for sale at
H. A. C
COOK'S.
TURKISH PRUNES 1200 lbs new crop Turk
ish Prunes at H. A. COOK'S.
"VfEW ZANTE CURRATS 5 bbls new Zanto
11 Currants at H. A. COOK'S.
FRENCH CAN KNIVES COME AT LAST
12 dozen French Can Knives. Fvery familv
should have one. The cost saved in opening one
can. To be had only at H. A. COOK'S.
IRON MATCH SAFES 2 dozen Iron Match
Safes, the bst thing ever made, for sale at
decI8 H. A. COOK'S.
WOOD BOWLS 200 nests hard Wood Bowls,
assorted t, 5 and 6 in nest.
Forsaleat H. A. COOK'S.
TXTOODEN WARE
V V
10 dozen assorted size Keel.rs :
20 do do Wash Tubs ;
10 nests Cedar do ;
10 dozen iron -hooped Cedar Buckets :
10 do brass do do do;
2 do brass do do Churns;
12 do Revolving Rolling Pins ;
12 da Common ds do!
12 do Potato Mashers.
Forsaleat H. A. COOK'S.
COLN MEAL 100 bnshels fresh Corn Meal
from seleeted white corn, for sale at
decl9 H. A. COOK'S.
OAT MEAL 500 lbs choice fresh ground Oat
Meal at H. A. COOK'S.
7HEAT FARINA 500 lbs Wheat Farina just
v t received at H. A. COOK'S.
PEARL SAGO 1 case No. 1 Pearl Sago just re
ceived at H. A. COOK'S.
PEARL BARLEY AND SPLIT PEAS
10 hf bbls Pearl Barley;
10 hf bbls Split Peas. For sa'e at
dec!8 H. A. COOK'S.
MACCARONA AND VERMICELLA
25 bxs 51 a -i arena :
25 bxs Vermacella.
For sale at
H. A. COOK'S.
FRESH FLINT HOMINY
iny from selected corn, at
16 bbls Flint Hora
H A. COOK'S.
PINE APPLE CHEESE
Cbeese for sale at
-10 boxes Pine Apple
H. A, COOK'S.
w.
B. AND HAMBURGH CHEESE 50 bxs
choice W. R. and Hambnrirh Cheese inat
received and for sale at H. A. COOK'S.
HAMS 150 choice New Hams at
H A. COOK'S.
TOMATO CAT8CP 125 gallons prime Tomato
Cstsnpat H.A.COOK'S.
o
NIOXS-
75 bnshels prime Onions at
H. A. COOK'S.
POTATOES 740 bushfls prime Whije Neshan
nock and Pluk Eye Potatoes lust received and
for sale at H. A. COOK'S.
TURNIPS -100 bushels Turnips for sale at
H. A. COOK'S.
LARGEST STOCK OF PICKES in the city
be found at H. A. COOK'S
PICKLES
60,000 Loose Pickles in bbls ;
25 hf bbls do;
25 kegs, 10 gallons each ;
25 do 5 do;
40 boxes 1 gallon Jars ;
50 do y. do do;
74 do Ji do do;
75 do j do do. For sale at
dec!8 H. A. COOK'S.
ROA8T RYE AND BARLEY
40 bbls Roast Rye :
tu do do
dec!8
Barley just received at
H. A COOK'S.
CRANBERRIES 5 bbls choice Cranberries for
"'o by H. A. COOK'S.
PINE -trPLKS 200doxen extra quality Pine
Apples In quart cans, for sale at
dl8 H. A. COOK'S.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH,
BY THE E. A W. LINE.
Exclusively for the Journal.
From Cairo aud Below Deserters
and Stragglers Sent to Ti:rlr Rtgi
meuta -Regulation of the Cotton
Trade at Zllemphlg.
Cairo, Dec. 10. The steamer India
from New Orleans brought 250 passen
gers and 212 lih'ds. of sugar for Saint
Louis.
Five hundred and fifty deserters and
stragglers were sent to Memphis and
Louisville from here to-day.
The St. Patrick from, Memphis on the
14th has arrived.
Gen. Hurlbut had issued an especial
order to the effect that guards be estab
lished on three designated roads leading
into the city.
Cotton will be admitted on these roads,
but on no other3.
Officers in charge of the pickets will
make memoranda of the names of own
ers, consignees' mark, and number of
bales, and report the same daily to the
local Treasury agent. The time and
day, also, will be specified wheu cotton
and produce may be brought in. If
brought in otherwise than in compliance
with the order, it will be seized. Com
manders at L.tgrange, Corinth and Co
lumbus, will ba authorized to make simi
lar regulations, when, in their judgment,
the state of their commands and the ad
jacent country will permit.
Guerrillas are reported at various
points along the river, between here and
Memphis.
rnu- ir 1: u ... l, . - j-u.
Sales of the last two days 95 bales, at
6G70c. Receipts from below 97 bales.
From Europe.
Arrival of the City of Cork The
Popes Reply to the In vllalloii to tb
Proposed Congress.
New York, Dec. 17. The steamer
City ot Cork arrived from Liverpool on
the 28th, via Queentown 30th, with one
day later news.
The Pope's reply to the Congress invi
tation expresses his conviction that the
Congress would respect his rights.
The Paris Constitutional attacks the
English Government for declining to en
ter the proposed Congress, and says if
trouble and conflagration snould ensue,
as probable, the entire responsibility will
fall on those who rejected the work of
peace and conciliation.
Later from Europe Arrival of the
Hlbernla Great Decline In Con
sols. St. Johns, Dec. 17. The steamer Hi
bernia, from Galway the Sth, arrived to
day, with news nine days later.
The Gibraltar, formerly the Sumter,
arrived at Queenstown with cotton, from
Wilmington.
Liverpool. Cotton quiet and un
changed. Breadstufls dull and unchang
ed. Corn easier. Provisions dull and
inclining downward. Consols closed on
Monday at 90J-90J for money.
No news of the prize fight.
River and Weather.
Pittsburg, Dec. 16. River 9 feet o
laches bv the pier mark and falling. It
rained hard last night. Weather cloudy
and dump.
CiNciiCNATi, Dec. 17. There was a hard
rain last night. River risen 15 inches
with 10 feet in the channel.
AMUSEMENT.
Xvrvr BALL
Fortbo banefit of tho
XTTJXOl? FXriE COMPANY,
At
Mozart 3E3T all.
On
Friday, December 25th, 1883.
COMMITTEE Geo. Wolfia, M. Muhlhausen,
Adam Damn. deelS
NEW BOOKS.
HUSKS. By Marion Ilarlnud.
QUKEN MABE. By Sulia Kavanaugh.
LOCIS' LAST TFItM. By author of Itutledge.
BREAKFAST IN BED. By Bala.
TALES OF A WAYSIDE INN. By LonRfellow.
Fresh supply of HANNAH THURSTON. By
bayard Taylor.
ROUND ABOUT PAPERS. By Thackery.
"IN WAR TIME." By Whittier.
JOHN MARCH MONT'S LEGACY. By author
ef Aurora Floyd.
TnK RUNAWAY MATCH. By Mrs. Wood,
GOOD SOCIETY ; Or, Contrasts of Character.
TALES OF THE TIME, by a celebrated authoress
MARY LINDSAY". By Lady Emily Ponsonby.
ONE THOUSAND GIFT BOOKS, for Christmas.
FIVE HUNDRED VARIETIES PHOTOGRAPH
ALBUMS.
PHOTOGRAPH CARTE PICTURES. Only SI 50
perdozon. All at DOBELL'S.
SALE OF CITY PROPERTY.
Great Sale of Choice City Prop
erty. rN TUESDAY, JANUARY StK, 1SCI, WE
J will 11 at public suction, at the door of the
Court Hons-, in Evansville, tho old and lone es
tablished STE M FLOURING MILL,
Situated immediately on the bank of tho Ohio
River, in the eity of Evansville, and well and fa
vorably known as
THE INDIANA MILLS,
Together with twh acres of ground, including
the bank of the river to low water mark, and
the office, warehouse, and other buildiuits aimur
tenant. vv
The machinery of this Mill, though at present
out of repair, is of the most superior character,
having been manuf ictured to the order of the
former proprietor, Mr. Janus Hewitt, with tho
view of making a first class Mill, and without
regard to cost.
Since it was put in, the mill, thongh conducted
by ag-nts, iu the absence of tho owner, has been
one of the most successful money-making estab
lishments of tha kind in Southern Indiana. For
the truth of this, we take the liberty or referring
to Mr. Geo. Wolfiin, SheritTf Vanderburg coun
ty; Mr. Newton Ross of Princeton, Gibson conn
ty, and Mr. Lyman T. Bayless, now of Mt. Vernon,
wlio have respectively managed the mill for the
late proprietor.
This property, being centrally situated Just
at the lower line of the City Wharf, presents a
rare opportunity to purchasers, either f..r Mill
purposes, or as a most desirable investment iu
real estate, which must rapidly enhance in value.
tu2f'letin'ni Pbwe wo will sell 2S Lots
in Mr. Richard Atkiuson's Subdivision of Bl cks
Nos. 130 and 134, according to the plan of La
maeo City (now Evansvill;.) Sec hand bills for a
plan of said subdivision.
Also Lot No. IS, in Block No. 171.
Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, in Block No. 172, and
Lot No 2, in Block No. 174; according to the
plan of Lama5c City.
Also 4-t feet front on Water street by 80 feet
deep, foet front on Leet street, by 98 feet
deep, parts of Lots Nos. 7 and 8, in the Lower En
largement of the City of Evansville.
Also UO lots iu block 44, according to the plan of
Lamaeco OltJ ; said lots being 25 by 119 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, 13, 14, 15 aud 111, in Block No. 2
Lots 0, 7, 8,9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, in Block
No. ft.
Lots 30, 31, 37 and 88, in Block No. 9.
Lota 15 and 16, in Block No. 10
Lots 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15, in Block No. 11.
Lots 13 and 14, in Block No 14
Lots 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13, 18 and 19, in Block
No. lo.
Lots 4, 5, 10, Tf, 35,38, 37 and 38, iu Block
No. 16.
This will be one of the largest sales of Evans
ville ( ity property ever made, and will Ik. positive
and without reserve. Great bargains will lw had.
Tbe title is perfect, and general warrantee deeds
will be given.
TERMS OF SALE. The above property, ex
cept the lota in block 44. and in the southern en
largement. will he sold for 'one-tbird cash, the
balance in one and two years ; said last mentioned
lots for one-fourth cash, tho balance in one two
and three years, purchasers giving their notes
for the defend payments with interest, aud with
out relief, secured by mortgage ou the premises.
CHANDLER 4; HYNES,
Real Estate Agents.
Hiram Ntt.se v. Auctioneer. nol7-wtd
Notice of Application for
License.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL
apply to the Board ot County Commissioners
of Vanderburgh County, at their next term, com
mencing ou the first Monday iu December, 1863,
for license to sell iutoxicatiug liquors in a less
quantity than a quart, for the term of one year.
My place of doing business is on Main Street,
on the property known as the Bull's Head.
novl8-4w WM. J. VAN BLARICUM.
COLLECTOR'S SALF.
NOTICE IS Uhi.'LUY aiVfaN Tu ATl, u il.
LI AM G. IMEPPLK, Coll ct. r of thf- ''ity ..f
Evansville, between the hours of 9 andri o'clock
A. M. aud 3 and fi o'clock p. m , on MONDAY,
JANUARY Urn, 1SB4, will sell at frnbTfc Auc
tion, at the door of the Court House in the City
of Evansville, Indiana, the following Lots, parts
of Lots, and prrccta of Real Estate, ami Improve -meuts,
assessed for the payment of Ci ly Taxes f' r
thi year 18G3, duo from the owners thereof to the
City of Evansville said Taxes Ving now duo and
unpaid and for the costs of laid late; and that
said fcale nil! becontmu.-d on the next nay there
after, viz : oa Tuesday, January 12th, 1S04, at two
o'clock p. M , at the door of the Court House iu
EvaaBvillc, for the purpose of selling such prop
erty as may have been Bold on the day first
above mentioned and not paid for:
ORIGINAL PLAN.
Dunning Paris C, 50x75 feet corner part of
lot 140 33 75
Hewson John, lot 118 SI SO
do 81x7.1 ft n easterly end of lot IJ0..19 2P
do lot 121 48 CO
do 9x150 fret u side of lot 122. fi 07
Jones Jas ii, lot 139 71 55
MaynardJibn, 3i)x75 ftcorui-r part o( lot 77...'-
0 Mara John, 24Ux75 feet of lot J3 13 50
Parrott Rcbt heirs, 28x75 It adj's- lot 137 12 S3
DONATION ENLARGEMENT.
Geil A Benighof, Mxl44 feet n c half of
the n o half of lot 203 '20 25
Marklo Jacob, n w y, of s e of lot 1C3 19 58
do n w of lot 210 20 25
Parrott Robt heirs, u e J4 of lot 205 -' 25
I'ritchett Amy, n w of lot 202 .35 78
Batterly V, heirs, lot 2t4 82 35
Wvl ind H, heirs of, s.w hf of u o hf of lot
25 .-. ...27 W
Smith Oliver heirs of, south westerly one
third oflot217 :. 4 72
Jervis Richard, improvements on lot 181 3 38
UPPER ENLARGEMENT.
Griffith Rachel, lot 47 M 16
Kellogg 6 H, lot 15 sabdv oft out-lot 4 2 70
McDonald James, 4th subdv 25x5G ft of lots
71 aud 72 11 4s
McDonald James, 5th subdv 25x93 ft of lots
71 and 72 13 50
Rudd Lucy J, s w 79x75 ft oflot 01 33 75
do do 25x " teet of lot 62 4 73
Shea Johu, 20 feet middle of lot 4, subdv of
out-lot 4 2 23
LOWER ENLARGEMENT,
nartman George, s u half of lot 25
....18 9')
....12 15
,..148 50
do s w half of lot 2fi.
Rogers Samcr-l, fractional lot 2
Sauer Louis, n w KZX148U ft of lot 22
...17 2S
Stinsou A Greathouse, 40x75 feet alley end of
lot 5 21 CO
EASTERN ENLARGEMENT.
Deitrich Charles n e half of lot 14. I lk 17... 3 38
do swhfoflotlo, blk 17 1 35
Edmonnds Francis, lot 11, blk 51 12
Goela Lsonbard, lot 16, blk 55 10
Hall M H, lot 2, blk 20 1
W lot 20, blk 40 20
Hayhurst Asariah, lot 19. blk 44 3
Hebcrd L W, lot 3, blk 47 1
Henselraan John, n w half of lot 19, blk 54... 7
Kouti Houry, lot 11, blk 31 23
Mesel Philips, 18xl44 feet of 1 it 1, blk 37. ..15
Miller George, lt subdv 18x75 feet of lot 4,
block 37 13
Miller Ge'ge, 2nd subdv 16x75 feet oflot 4
Slock 37 10
Miller Henry, lot 8, blk 37 27
Rogers Nancy, lot 11, blk 5 0
do lot 12, blk 5 12
Smith Valentine, improvements on corner hf
of lot 10, blk 31 , 9
Smith Wm F, lot 2, blk 23 5
do lot 3, blk 51 8
Stephens Robt E, lot 4, blk 9 5
Toruock Joe, lot C, blk 1 25
BAKER'S ADDITION.
Curnick Thos, lot 2, blk 2 6 00
do loi 3, blk 2 2 16
Sullivan A G, lot 4, blk 3 7 42
do s w half of lot ft, blk 3 1 02
Whittlesey A T & W G, lot 4. btk 2 2 10
Jo lot 5, blk 2 H 14
HUSTON'S ADDITION.
Rogers Samuel, lot 32 4 80
do lot 33 . 3 60
do lot 34 3 60
do lot 35 3 00
LAMASCO.
Illcklng Henry, s e hf of lot 16, blk 83 0 CO
liuluss Thomas, Improvements on lots 5 and
6, blk 113 14 40
Carter I M P, n e half of lot 8, blk 70 3 30
Cody & Read, lot 19, blk 131 1 50
do lot 20, blk 131...; 1 50
do lot 21, blk 131 1 80
Epcnscheid John, lot 10, blk 150 4 20
do lot 11" blk 150 3 3i
Goeriug Henry, lot lfi, blk 47 12
GriersW C heirs of, lot 0, blk 132 1 20
Hartlein Matbew, lot 1, blk 131 6 60
Jones Catharino G, improvements ou LI icli
165 , 2 40
Knenis: W G. lot 6, blk 54 2 10
Magcnheiuier John, lot 3, blk 101 3 50
Reber Peter, lot 13, blk 52 1 80
do lot 14, blk 52 4 80
Reuter CAD, lot 7, blk M6 3 00
do lot 8, blk 10 3 00
Sorenson S, lot 1, blk 134 :.. 1 r0
do lots, blk 134 1 20
do nwJ4ofblkl64 6 78
do blk 105 : 4 S6
Strulw Henrv. lot 2. blk 133 6 70
Swouny Patrick, Delinquency lot 1, bik 160
do do lot 2, blk in::
do do lot 3, blk 103
do do lot 4, blk 13
Ar. do lot l.blk 111
do do 1 t 2. i'lk ill
do do lot 3, blk 111 I 27 49
Turntr Win S, lot 11, blk loo 3 W)
FOURTH ENLARGEMENT.
Chan. K m , John J, lot 13, Hock 13 1 44
do lot 14...do... 13 Ml
McKiimey, E A lot 30 do... 1.1 ...18 00
-do s o W tat SI blk 13 1 Ml
Shea, John, lot 14 blk 1) 16 20
do lot 15 blk 10 3 30
do lot 16 blk 10 3 30
Sherwood, Marcus, lot 19 blk IS 2 10
8pillman, John, lot 2 blk 18 3 30
HORNBY'S ENLARGEMENT.
Baner, William, improvements on Hornby's
Enlargement 2 40
CRESCENT ENLARGEMENT.
Seeman, George, n e 25 foet of lot 11 blk C... 2 70
Tobiu, Michael, lot 4 block 5 1 f.O
do lot 5 block 6 1 f.O
Zschoppe, Gottlieb, s w half of lot 11 blk 6 1 50
STOCRWELL'S ENLARGEMENT.
Emrlch, John, lot 1 block 15 45 90
do :..lot 2 do... 15 3 30
do lot S do... 15 3 30
.........do lot 4......do... 1ft i 3 30
do. lot 6....'.. do... 15 3 30
...do lot 6... ...do... 15 3 SO
Hanning, William, improvements ou lot 10
block 8 2 40
8chmitt, Charles, ivrj oflot 5 block 20 1 20
do lot C do 20 2 40
SHARP'S ENLARGEMENT.
O'Reilly, Andrew I, lot 13 block 7
do lot ll...do. 7
do lot 15 ..do... 7
. 1 86
..20 70
.. 1 50
NORTHERN ENLARGEMENT.
Carter, Z M P, lot 5 block 8
Christ, Thomas, lot 14 block 2
Johnson, M L, lot 1 rto...2
Jones, Joshua, heirs, 9 ft west side of lot 10,
block 3
Jones, Joshua, heirs, 5J ft of lot 17 blk 3..
' fister, Fred, lot 4, block 5
Stroke, Ferdinand, lot lfl, block 7
do ......lot IT olock7
Sullivan, Abel, lot lo, block 2
do lot 11 do ... 2
do lot 8 do ... 3
do lot 9 do ... 3
do lot 10 do ...3
do lot 11 do ... 3
do s e y. of lot 8 block 0.
do lot 9 block 6 ,
do lotl d3... 6
do lot 11 ..v..do ... 6
do lot 8 do... 7
1 80
10 20
9 0J
2 64
72
a 4"
4 32
1 32
5 40
17 40
3 00
3 60
2 70
2 70
1 20
16 8
2 10
2 10
1 80
1 80
1 32
1 32
do lot 9 do ...7....,
do lot 10 do ...7....
do lot 11 do ... 7 ....
WILLIAM G. SUPPLE,
Collector.
decl8
MONEY WANTED.
GOLD!
SILVER!
DEMAND NOTES!
UHCURREHT MORfY!
Wanted at the highest price
at the
SAVINGS BANK
NO 4 FIRST STREET.
PIANOS.
TWO SPLENDID PIANOS JCST RECEIVED
from the manufacturers, and for sale at
WARREN A CONYNGTON S,
BOV25 No. 1 Main street.
SPECTACLES.
I. BXTTENBERGr,
Manufacturer of I
PERIS
he nev.iy inv
nt.il
G
O P
I 0
AND
Army Field Glasses,
Superior to all Otlsera now In use.
PY GXkA.SSj3S,-
Microsoopos, j
OPERA GLASSES,!
Marine Spy Glasses,
SIMPLE MICROSCOPES,
Hunting Glasses,
And all Kiuds of
OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
Can be had only of
No. 67
vsw? r m m "V -V en. -4-
EVANSVILLE. INDIANA. '
IRITTENB ERG IIAS NOW ON HANDS
. splendid assortment of Optical Iiiitruiiients,
which be will ilii; o?e of at greatlv reduced
prices; his c'.o Is beine nil of the very latest i:n
proveni;'i:ts In matiuCictn-e, consisting of a v.'.-v
larp- variety ofS-etucles flora tho mot row moil
to the very best, t!: Tbe finest quality of Odd
Spectacles, these Gias's Maj constru .-t-d Da the
most acrnrste adaptation of tbe Convex Concave
Periscpio principles. Also, -liver of IHreo dlf
ferent ararto. ..f Ol Kb. 1 befne on tho same
principle Hi the Gol 1 Spectacles. No 2 is a Peri
focal Lens -; No. 3 being a fine Achromatic Lens ,
mirror Mia;c.
In addition to the above I have a fine assort
ment of steel, of the very bett quality of Leases,
tb,e frames being grooved into tlie Glasses. The
frame? are so fine as to be scarcely risible. No. 2
of Med is Perifocal No. 3 the globules of a
snmk.-d Lease, adapted for wrak sight where
strong light, snow or wind afi"-c!s the vision.
These Spectacles are a p-rf.-ct preventative bv use
ing them constantly, causing the eve to gain its
hc.ilthv power and retain it to bid age.
Having had very OMisfdtoraMa experience also in
ratcraU eyes. In adapting glass.' to such via km,
wduu! Ivnpress op the minds of all persons need-nqcftlaniaa-cf
any description, to apply fr such
only to a regular Optician, making that his solo
study ami business for years, he atone being able
to know from the peculiar anatomy of the eye the
nature of thedefect. whether arising from weak
Hessof sght, flattening of the pupil, or other
misfortune occurring to tho vision. The eye bo
ing the most delicate organ, and of fhi mos't vital
importance to the hvppiness and prosperity of
man, should never bo tampered with, either by
the individual orhy those who, f,.r mere profit,
take upon themselves tho selling of Optical In
strunients, and who know nothing of the aMttoasy
of the eye, or how to discover tbe proper glasses to
suit the rxcnlhrity ol the different sights of those
needing sectucles. 'thousands have lost their
vision entirely from not applying to those ouly
quclifi Hi to know the difierent d. rects iu ea-li in
dividual's sight and how to remedy it by (rearing
the pr. per kind of spectacles. I. Hittenbcrg"
bavin.- had over twenty-five years experience as"a
regular practical optician, can assure those giving
him their patrouag- that by applying to bin I bey
ca'i get tbe v. ry right kind of glasses ad.ipte.l to
their case, and in aimwst every one scare good
eye sight to old nge. Nor sighted persons can
ulso obtain of him the latest improvement in
spectacles suitd to them, being a new inv, :ition.
1 have also tbe most recently new Held Glasses,
with Astroniical eye pieces," being very Buporior
to the old opera glass arrangenieut. AJ1 kinds es
optical instruments repaired at tbe shortest no
tice, and th.iee having purchased siiectacles of in,-,
and having bad Ilia misfortune to brei.k one of tho
H '! I can nave it replaced gratuitously by apply
ing to
L RITTENBERG.
67 Main Street,
Bet. Second and Third Sis.,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
sop. 29.
COMMISSION HOUSE.
NEW HOUSE IN SEW OULEAS'si
P. G. O'B ILEY,
(Formerly of Evansville, Iud.,)
General Commission
ABTJ
PRODUCE MERCHANT.
"Western Consignments Solicited.
NO. 18 POYDRAS STREET, CORNER OF NEW
LEVEE STREET,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Reference The Great West. dec7
w. H. it. nroLEY,
Memphis Tenn.
1. B. WOOyWAHD,
Formerly of St. Louis.
DUDLEY & CO
Commission Merchants,
NO. 3 FRONT ROW-Offict up Stairs,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
Shipments of Produce respectfully aolirited.
Liberal a :vances made on shipments in store.
Refer to Merchants of Memphis generally.
novl;)-3ni
INSURANCE AGENcy.
HOME
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of New York.
Office 112 and 114 Broadway
With a Cash Capita! all paid in of
MILLION DOLLARS.
ONE
ASSETS JULY 1st, ISO 1 81,500,000
The Home Insurance Company inenres against
Loss or Damage by Fire ou Dwellings and tbeir
contents, for u term of from 1 to 5 years on the
most favorable terms. Stores, Warehouses, Stocks
of Merchandize, l'roduce, Manufactories, Machine
ml li insurable property, at fair and equitable
rates, and ou
INLAND NAVIGATION
And Trausportation, Shipments upon the Rivers,
Lakes, Canals aud Railroads, as low as the nature
of the risks will bear, with lairness to the assured
and the Company.
Adjusting all losies fairly, and pr ,mptly payine
tbtm. CUAS. J. MARTIN, P.-cs't
A. F.WILMARTII, Vice Pres't.
J. Mii.tos Ssitit, Secretary.
Jon McGef, Aas't Sec'y.
Applications made to and policies icsucd by
A. C. HALLECK ft SON, Ag'tt,
First Street, nf ar Post I . ,oc.
Insurance Agency.
ALLEN cThALLECK,
UNDERW RITER AND GENERAL Dk'aUV NCK
AGENT,
ADJrSTEB. Or AYEBAGFS AITO KOTAnV CT BtlC.
Ho continues to issue Policies from sevtral First
Class and most reliable
INSURANCE COMPANIES
In the Country, on Inland and Fire Ilitk. He will I
also receive applications for
LTFE INSURANCE.
lie will attend to the Adjustment of Losses oi
every description under policies from other agen-
cies, and attend to tho settlement of all matters I
connected with INSURANCE, for parties interest
ed. His long experience as an Isscbancz Agext,
lias made him familiar with all subjects conuected
with Insurance.
W Office, on First Street, near the Poet ,
Offlco.
INCORPORATED 1847.
CITY
Fire Insurance Company,
HARTFORD, CONN.
Capita, $250,000
T. C. WAITK, Sec'y. C. B. BOWERS, Prts't.
S. A. PRICE, General Agent,
Residing at Chicago, Ills.
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS o27,540.
This Company insnres against loss and damage
by fire on Dwellings and their Contents, Stores,
Warehouses, Stocks of Merchandize, and nil insur
able property at as reasonable rates of premium as
any other solvent aud reliable Company, Adjutliruj
Lews fairly and paying tiem promptly.
Applications made to and Policies issued by
A. C. HALLECK ft SON.,
First Street, near Post Office,
aug21-lyd EvAssviLtx. Ikd.
I--G7TC3.
ALL VANDERBURGH COUNTY ORDERS
'rawing interest, which were indorsed prior
to August 1st, ISO:!, will be redeemed by present
ing them to th County Treasurer. No interest
accruing after this date will be paid.
LEROV CALVERT,
decU-diwlw County Treasurer.
t
iSpecfi
s
EXECUTOR'S SALE.
Executor's Sale of ileal Estate.
1 '"UK UN D tRSIQNiD sTXEt CTOB 0? THE
I but Wilt and Testament ef Samuel Hall, late
1 of the county of Tiibson, in the State of Indiana
deceased, bj virtue of power iu him vested by said
last Wiil and Testanv nt, and of an order of the I
Court ef Common Pleas made at tbe November 1
Term, IMS. will exjiose to public sale at the Court :
Hons dear, in the city of Kvar.sville, in the coon-
ty of Vanderburgh, in the State of Indiana, on
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13th, 1804,
; as the properly of said deceased, the followlne
real eiat., sitnatc and tieiug in the city of By.
i ansv.lle, in said county of Vanderburgh, to-wit:
Tbe undivided one half of out Lot No. 15, in the
. sub-livision of th" northwest quarter if Section
No. 9, in township No. C, south, range No. 10
west, containing 175-lOOth acres ; and,
The undividtd one half of part of out Lot No.
16, in said subdivision, being the northwest corner
' of s lid out Lot, lying north ef the Wabash and
Eri ( anal, containing one naif aero.
18 4-12 feet front on First street by 15o fret,
lieing part of Lot G8 of the old plan of the city of
Evansville, lieginning on Fir-t street tweuty feet
from Vine, theme along First street 18 4-12 feet ;
tb.-nec to the alley; thence 18 4-12 fet towards
Viu- stri-t. aud thence to the beginning.
Part i f Lot No. 134 of the old plan of the city
j of Evansville, being 5C feet on Main street, and
I running luick eighty feet more or less to the line
i of the brick block of offices whi h front on Third
: Street bejnjt arts of the southerly quarter of the
I Public S (uaro, that is, tho corner part of said
quarter.
Sixty-fonr feet more or less np.m Third street
by MJj has deep, being the south easterly part of
i I; M.utherly quarter of tbe Fublic Square and
being the whole of the premises knowu as Hall's
Block, ou Third street of said city
Part of Lot No. t!9 of the old plan of the city of
, Evansville, being 50 foet by 75 feet on the north.
east or a ley end of ssid Lot.
Part of Lot No. 169 or the Donation Enlargt
j in- lit of the city of Evansville, being fifty feet by
! sove:. ty-five feet ou the southwest or alley end of
' said Lot.
Lot No. 24 in Block No. 1, in Goodscll's En
largement of the city of Evansville.
Lot No. 25 in said Blok No. 1, in said En-
largement.
Lot No. 20 in said Block Ifo. 1, in said En
largement. Lot No. 27 in said Block No 1, in said En-
Lot No! 28 in said Block No. 1, in said En
largement. Lot No. M in Block No. 8, in Stockwcll's En
largement of .aid city
Lot No. 17 iu said Block No. 8, iu said En
largement. bat No. IS in faid Block No. 8, in said En
largement. Lots No,. 1, o, 3. 4. SO, 81, 82, 91. 81, 85, S, 87,
88, Ki. 0i, 91, i, kit, !4. 95, 99, 97, 98, 90, 100, 101,
m. 103, 10, rr,, nil iu Isabella Place, in the city
of Evans rills
TERMS OF SALE. A credit of tw. h- months
will lie given on one-hnlf of th- purchase money,
and ..f two years on the other hilf, on the pur
chasers oscecuting notes with approved security,
be ring interest from date and waiving relief from
valuation or appraisement laws; and alio exe
cuting a m-rtgage over the property fold to se
cure the javment of sai 1 notes
JOHN B. II ALL, Executor.
ALr.x. C Dosalo, Att'y.
11 Nelson, Auctioneer. dec9-tdi
. IhTOTTCE. The uu-'ersigned Executors of the
i ls-t Will and Testament of SamuM Hall, dc-reasrd-,
will offer for public saleat he Court House
j door, in I'm city of Evansville, nn the 13th dy of
Jannary. 18'V4, IS. shares of tho C.pital Stock of
; the Kvansvillfl Insurance Company.
Terms of s.ilo, Cash.
JonN B. HALL, Executor.
Alex. O Dos li, Att'y. dec9-tds
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
JFST RECEIVED, A SPLENDID ASSORT
MENT of nicely decorated French China
Motto Cups and Saucers all sizes ;
Cut Glass Gilt Colognes ;
Alabaster and Gilt Toilet Bottles ;
For sale low by
H. A. LAWRENCE,
18 Main Street.
Oliilclron's
TOT TEA SETS.
JCST RECEIVED A FINE ASSORTMENT Or
Children's Toy Tea Sets, all sizes and patterns,
and for sale cheap by
M. A. LAWRENCE,
- . 18 Main Street.
BOHEMIAN CLASS.
JTST OPENED A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
of rich
Cut Bohemian Glass,
ConsHtins of Cut Decanters, Cut Wine Bottles,
tioblets, W'iiicj, Tumblers, Cordial, Colognes,
Toilet Hot ties. Wine Sets, Celeries, Spoon Hold
ers, Card Receivers, Ac, Jtc, and for said low by
M. A. LAWRENCE,
18 Main Street.
PARIAN WARE.
JUST OPENING A SPLENDID ASSORT
MENT of Parian Ware, suitable for Christmas
and New Yoar Presents, consisting of Vases, (vari
ous sizes,) Pitchers, Toil-t and Jewslry Boxes, Ac.,
Ac. For sale low by
M. A. LAWRENCE,
18 Main Street.
LAVA WAH.E.
JUST RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF
the celebrated Lava Ware; consisting of Tea
pots, Snear and Cream Bowls, Cnps and Saucers'
Scgar Stands, Tobacco Boxes, Card Receivers, 4c,
Ac.
For sale low by
M. A. LAWRENCE,
18 Main Street.
SILVER PLATED WARE.
JUST RECEIVING BIKECT FROM THE
manufacturers, a splendid assortment of Silver
Plated Ware, extra quality, and of the latest
styles and patterns, consisting of Tea and Coflce
Seta, Grecian styles ; Coffee Urns, Grecian style :
Dinner and Breakfast Castors, Bell. Castors. Call
Bells, Table and Tea Spoons, Table aud Desert
Hooks, Soup Ladles, Pitchers, Ac, Ac. For sale
low by
M. A. LAWRENCE,
18 Main Street.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
Ho ! for the Holidays.
T HAVE ON HAND AND I AM CONSTANT
1 LY receiving a large and splendid assortment
of
Gift Books,
Photographic Albums,
Photographic Bibles,
Gift Annuals,
Poetical Works,
Rosewood Work Boxes,
Mahogany Work Boxes,
Writing Desks,
Ladies' Leatlaer ami Wire Port mon
ies in great variety.
Also a large variety of Juvenile Tovs and Toy
Bttafca, M every description and style, which I
will sell cheap for cash
i'l i- rail and examine my stock before pur.
chasing elsewhere. j HE LT
d'''''-' No. 24, Cor. Main ana F'irst Sts.
MANTUA MAKING.
CLOAK, MANTILLA
AND
Dress Malting
ESTABLISHMENT.
MRS. ELIZASPEIGLEBERG,
IN THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON
First street, wonld respectfully announce to
her friends aud patrons that sfae will close out tbe
present stock, consisting of Talmas, Circles and
Sacque of the bejt materi-jls and latest styles.
Cloth Cloaks and Dress Trimmings aid Fancy
Goods ; Hail Nets, Head Dresses, aud many other
articles too numerous to mention, at greatly re
duced prices, as she iutends to make an entire
change iu her business. Porsons wi.hing a bar
gaiu had better give her a call before purchasing
elsewhere. Mas. ELIZA SPEIGLEBEBG,
dec I J Vi First St., bet. Main and Locust,
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HARDWARE, &c.
ILLS, KELLOGG & CO.,
DEALERS IN
H A. let I ARE
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CUTLERY
No. 13
FIKST STREET
(SIGN BIG MILL SAW,)
Have received a complete
stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Hardware,
Purchased aud Imported direct from the
Manufacturers
Enabling us to offer inducements to Pur
chasers rarely found in the West We
call the special attention of Dealers to
our large and well selected Stock, con
sisting in part of
AxesAll 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.

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