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WEDNESDAY...
..DECEMBER 23
JOURNAL BUILDINGS,
LOCUST STREET,
BETWEEN FIRST AND WATER.
The Man Without a Friend.
There was a day when Talleyrand arrived
in Havre from Paris. It was the dark
est hour of the Revolution. Pursued by
the bloodhounds of the Reign of Terror,
stript of every wreck of property, Tal
leyrand secured a passage to America in
a ship about to sail. He was a beggar
and a wanderer in a strange land, to
earn his daily bread by daily labor.
" Is there an American stopping at
your house 3" he asked the landlord of
the hotel. UI am bound to cross the
water, and would like a letter to a person
of some influence in the iew World.
the landlord hesitated a moment and
then replied:
"There is a gentleman up stairs, either
from America or Britain, but whether
from America or England I cannot telL"
He pointed the way, and Talleyrand,
who in his life, was bishop, prince and
minister, ascended the stairs; a misera
ble supplicant stood before the stranger's
door, knocked and entered.
In the far corner of the dingy lighted
room, sat a man of some fifty years of
rue, his arms folded and his Jhead bow
ed upon his breast. From a window di
rectly opposite, a flood of light poured
upon his forehead. His eye3 looked from
his downcast brows upon Talleyrand's
face with a peculiar and searching ex
pression. His face was striking in out
line, the mouth and chin indicative of
an iron will His form was vigorous,
even with the sorrows of fifty winters ; ho
was dressed in a dark, but rich and dis
tinguished costume.
Talleyrand advanced, stated he was a
fugitive, and with the impression that
the gentleman before him wasn Aier
icai solicited his kind feelings and offi
ces. He poured forth his history in eloquent
French and broken English.
"I am a wanderer and an exile. I am
forced to fly to the New World without
friend or home. You are an American.
Give me, then, I beseech you, a letter of
yours, so that I may be able to earn my
bread. I am willing to toil in my man
ner, a life of labor would be a paradise
to a career of luxury in France. You
will give me a letter to one of yonr
friends? A gentleman like you has
many frienJa." (
The strange gentleman arose and re
treated towara tne door ot the next i
chamber, his eyes still looking from be
neath his darkened brow.
"I am the only man of the New"
World who can raise his hands to God
and say: I have not a friend, not one,
in all Ameiiaa."
Taileyrandxiever forgot the overwhelm
ing sadness of look which accompanied
these words.
' Who are you?" he cried, as the
strange man retreated to the next room.
"My name," he replied, with a smile
that had more of mockery than of joy in
the convulsive expression, "my name is
Benedict Arnold.
He was gone. Talleyrand sank in
the chair, gasping the words:
"Arnold, the traitor!"
Thus he wandered over the face of tire
earth, another Cain, with the wanderer's
mark upon his brow.
INSOLUBLE CEMENT.
GRV.AJ
DtSCOVZST.
VSKFVb and VALUABLE
BISCOTERY !
0
HILTON'S
INSOLUBLE CEMENT!
Applicable to
the useful aru.
Is of more general practionl utility
thau ny invention now before the
public It has been thoronghlv
tested during the last two years by
practical men. and urononnrnd tn
be
SUPERIOR TO ANY
Adhesive Preparation known.
A new tiling.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Is a new thing, anil tho result of
years of study; Us combination
is on
Its
OeaaMaa,
tion.
Scientific Principles,
And under no circumataniv or
change of temperature, wilt it e
come corrupt or emit any offeusivo
smell.
Boot A Shoo
BOOT fe SHOE
Manufacturers, nslng Machines,
will find it the best article known
for Cementing the Channels, as it
works without delay, is not afiect
ed by any change of temperature.
JEWELERS
Will find it sufficiently adhesive for
their use, as has been proved.
Manufacturers
Jweisrs.
It la especially adapted to
Families.
litatner,
And we claim a an especial merit.
that it sticks Patches and Linings
to Boots and Shoes sr Iciently
strong without stitchiuar.
IT IS THE ONLY
It tl Liquid
LiaUID CEMENT
Extant, that is a sura thing Tor
MSaMa fa
FURMTIRE,
CROCKERY,
TOYS,
BONE,
IVORY,
And articles of houaobold nsr.
bar.
REMEMBER
Hilton's Insoluble Cemen
Is In a liqnid form and ua ea-ily
applied as paste.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Is insoluble in water or oil.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Adheres oily substances.
Supplied in Family or Manufactur
ers' Packages from 2 ounces
toUMto.
Finis.
HILTOX, BROS. & CO.,
Pkopeietohs,
PROVIDENCE, R. I
I sa-'y
MEDICIAL
A Valuable Medicine
FOR EVERY FAMILY.
DRUGGISTS IN ALL
sections of the city
and coantry eep on
hand buy, sell and rs
rommeud aa a tonic,
stimulantnnd appetizer,
Roback's Stomach Bit
terw. APOTIIKCARIK8 IN
all seotkjua of the city
and muiitrv k.- ' lu
t k . .-i U and disiaaao-l
as a tonic - Roback's I
P1oma-h Bitters.
PHTSlCIAJn in all
section of the city and I
country ajvprove and re- I
cuBimentl as a tonic Ko- i
beck'- Stomach Uitb-rs.
UUOCERS in all sec
tions of the city and
country keep constant ljs J
aupp.K-a wiiu ana
ia Kobacks Stomach
Brttevw.
ilOTFTLS in all sec-
. tions of the city .and .
fcountrv are sui idied i
WJ'liand "cannot keep i
a Hotel," withont a :
stk of Roiack's StomaUi Bittnrs.
HOSPITALS tn'rou)hont the army of the North i
have fiaund an indispensable tubic, and aru using.
tor the soldiers Roback s Stomach Bitten.
SCTLIRS in every regiment ought to .have
and many have introducd, aud highly recom
mend Roback's Stomach Bitters.
LADLES, old and young, for Billiousnees, Liver
Complaints, Languor, Weakness and general De
bility, are recommended to use Roback's Stomach
Bitters.
EVERYBODY who desires a good touic for
giving tcne to the splrite.A healthy appetite and
strength to the system generally, should not fail
to Buy a bottle of Roback's Stomach Bitters.
DR. C. XV. ROBACK,
Proprietor, Cincinnati.
Office and Manufaetsry Nos. 56, 98, CO and 02
teat Third Street.
WTot Mi by all Druggists srsrywhere.
COMMERCIAL,.
Cincinnati Markets.
Cincinnati, Dec 22 r H.
FLOCK uuchan;r.;d audiu fair demand.
WHEAT quii:tana-eteiy. ' -J.
OATS80(81c.
CORN 9 'rtil00c fur new and old.
WHISKY 8a-.
rthGSfcHBO'l romse and dnll, 200 lbs averages
$7 50.
PROVISIONS nothing doing. Prices unsettled
and r-onrnM.
HAM!", Or e n . t r rrrr rrrct t
Gt)L-X o3
SILVER 35.
EXCHANGE s otdyand Hrm.
New York Market.
New Yobk, December 22.
COTTON doll and lo lower. Sale at 79c.
I FLOUR, shipping grades in better request, part
ly for speculation. Stats quoted .V.rlOe high re ; all
other kiuda firm bat not much higher; $7 50(7
60 for Evtra R. U. 0 , 87 58 50 for trad brands ;
closing" firm.
WHISKY steady at 91ffi!ttc.
PORK firm at t2122 00 for new mesi. Iress-
gfc
wheat heavy, and in mod
itym
heary. and in moderate demand at 81
Ml CO for winter red Western closing in faror
of buyers.
CORN hoary and declining at fl 281 23 for ship
ping Western in store.
GOLD quiet and staedy at
Government Stocks qniet and firm.
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
E HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
HIDES,
FEATHERS,
BEANS,
CLOVER- SEED,
GRASS SEED,
ruRs,
WOOL,
DRIED FRUIT,
FLAX SEED,
BEESWAX,
GINSING,
And oil kinds of Country Produce by
A. GUMBKBTS.
OrricK At L. Loewenthal M Co. 'a Store, corner
of Main and First Streets. nov5-3m
LIVERY STABLE.
AMERICAN STABLE,
On Third bet. Main and Locust Sts,
TMI1S LIVERY ESTABLISHMENT, WHICH
ikwcll known throughout the country, pos
sesses Stable adrantages superior to any similar
establishment in the City, baring arrangements
for the seeeptlon of private horses at lirery of the
moat elegaat and complete description, and at the
lowest rates.
Carriages for risiting to 1st. Coaches, light
wagons, and every kind of road vehicle to let.
Horses sold on commission. Second hand Buggy's
for sale at the very lowest prices. Passengers for -'arded
to all parts of the country by special con
veyance. RICHARDSON, BKITTON CO.
ai.14
WATCHES AND CLOCKS.
C. W. ERNST
AID MALIK IX
Watches, Clocks & Jewelry,
First. Street, Opp. Hoiart Hall,
BTAN67TLLB, INDIANA.
Watshes and Oloclts Repair1 and Warranted.
WI hare new on hand a rned stoek of Watshes
ami CWks, Fine and Plasn Jewelry, Oold Peas,
Spectaeles, wkiek I am offering aa lew aa any
ether eonrera ia the city.
decll-lra C. W. BRKST.
PICTURES.
TLm O O
E3 T m
AND
BREAST-PIN
Pict
ii r e s
COPIED TO
IFH SIZ
And all manner ef Styles of1
AT
Adams' PkotJgrapli Gallery,
(Over Post Office.)
THE RURAL AMERICAN
The Beat Paper for Farms and Fruit
Growera Eight Hollars Premium
for only Twenty Swkeerlbera.
T WAltT 10 000 OLPB AOBNTS TO CIRCU
X late the Rpbal AMaaiOAN, Utlca, New York.
Volume VIII eummertces January 1st, 1S64, paper
free te elnk sakscribers in December 1 This is de
oid dly the best aad eheapesl farmer's and fruit
grower's paper ia existence, at only SI a year
and everr sabseriber receives two ef the best
GRAPB YINH kneww te exist, seat free of all
expense, er oks dsll a as werik of RUSSELL'S
GREAT PROLiriO SIHiWBItRT PLANTS
the largest aud most vrodastive ia the world
many ef whiob areaeenally as larajs as mrntm' Mas
b.n t periioa who rsmits SI will receive the
paper rase to Jaeaary next, aad through ISM for
kismonsy! Sample copies seat free to all appli
cants, with full details. Positivsly I offer the beet
terms to Poetmaatsrs aad othsr slab agents of any
other publisher in this eeaatry. BIGHT DOL
LARS ia preraiams fer every slab of iwsitt sub
seribers! I keve ae isaasensesapely oflkechote
est grape vines, all of whisk are te fee raas to my
subscribers! Seat fer specimen eopies immedi
ately, and address T. B. Mim, Cliafeen, Oneida
Ceaatr, K. Y. novlB-oW
GROCERIES.
B
rCK-WHEAT FLOUR 20 sacks Pennsyl
vania Buck-wheat Flunr.
For sale at Ne. 9 FIRST STREET.
ICKLES
10 dozen 1 gallon Gotliie Gherkins
in " " Shsrktns;
10 H " Mixed Pickles;
10 " " Pieealilla:
5 ft ' Chew Chow;
ft " ' CullWower:
10 X Ghorkias;
10 ,' " Mixed Piekles;
10 " " Chow Chow;
1 " " Gherkins;
lo " " Mixed Piekles;
20 " Gherkins;
20 Mixed Piekles;
WM.
CALDWELL'S.
No. -Kirst street.
CRANBERRIES S Barrels, Cultivated
pressly for Fainllv use. Fer sale at
Ex-
Ne. 9 FIRST STRHBT.
PICKLED LOBSTERS 8 doaen
Pieklwl Lobsters.
Just received at
No. 9 FIRST STRUT.
HOMINY 6 Barrels extra White Hominy.
Fi-r sale at
No. 9 FIRST STREET,
TJOOSIER
STRI P 1 Barrel ceeice Sorgui
XX Syrup.
ror sale at
CALJWB&4V8 Family Qrossry.
HARDWARE.
HARDWARE AT LOW PRICES.
Meat Cutters and Sausag Stuf
fcraW -J a. w -c m
Patent Meat Cutters and Stuf
fers, (combined) ;
Axes, Lippincott's,
and Taneyck's ;
White's
Axe Handles and Wedges ;
Wood, Hand an J Sipping Saws
of Spear and. Jackson", TJIsjv
ton's and others ;
Cross Cut Saws,
patent ,
common and
Hill Saws, Rowland's, sc. ;
Butcher's Files, Chisels and
Razors ;
Table and Pocket Cutlery ;
Shears and Scissors ;
Tea and Table Spoons ;
Tea ami Counter Scales ;
Scale Beams;
Butcher Knives and Saws;
Wilson's Steels ;
Cleavers and Choppers;
fl
hi
Molassca Gates and Cedar
cats ;
Hay and Straw Knives;
Grain and Coal Shovels ;
full-
Shore Is and Spades ;
Chains Log, Trace s ad Hal it ;
Nails ;
i
geires and Rat Traps;
Brushes and Curry Cams ;
Door Looks, Hlagsa and Serews
Chain Pumps ;
7
3
sr
2.
O
Ohio Tool Co.
Trnsa Hoops ;
Planes and
Barton's Cooper Teols ;
Cabinet Hardware;
Shovels, Tonga end Stands ;
Steel Fire Setts.
e
3
a
e
S3
For sals by CIVtjfi
JACOB 8TRAUB A SON.
HARDWARE.
GEO. S. SOHHTAG&CO.,
Jobbers and Importers.
Hardware and Cutlery
5 "
12." JFXCeC JLCO OJIC
Our Pall Stock being very-
large and complete, we can
offer to our Customers and
the Trade, Goods that can
not fail to pleoeo in Style,
Quality and Price. Our
Stock is now bought for
Cash, and prices reduced.
We offer the following in
large quantites:
TABLE CUTLERY, English.
TABLE CVTLEHT, American.
TABLE VTTTIER V, English.
TABLE CUTLERY, American.
POCKET CUTLERY
POCKET CUTLERY
POCKET CUTLERY.
POCKET CUTLERY.
M t "r j& cjc x v3 o 31
CHOPPISQ AXES.
CHOPPING AXES.
CHOPPING AXES.
CHOPPING AXES.
f HEARS AND SCISSORS
SHEARS AND SCISSORS
SHEARS AND SCISSORS
SHEARS ANB SCISSORS
V. si :j
TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
TABLE AND TEA. SPOONS.
TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
A J
MILL AND CUT SAWS
MILL AND t CUT SAWS
WOOD AND HAND SA ICS.
WOOD AND HAND SA WS
BUILDER'S HARDWARE.
MECHANICS TOOLS.
BUILDER'S HARDWARE!
MECHANICS TOOLS.
GUNS AXD PISTOLS.
CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS.
GUNS ATD PISTOLS. , ,
CARTRIDGES AXD GUN CAPS
.".r V e '.OX MUf'i
PJWTFOaX AND COUNTER SCALES.
PLATFORM AND CCUXTBR SCALES.
SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS.
SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS.
GEO. S. ROVJTTAU A CO.,
No. lit Maiu Street.
MANTUA MAKING.
CLOAK,
MANTILLA
DroSS ?,Lyilr Ing
ESTABLISHMENT.
MRS. ELIZA SPEIGLEBERG,
IN TOE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON
First street, would respeelfullv announce to
her friends and patrons that he wUlxlrae outtho
present stock, consisting of Talmas, Circles and
Sarques of (lie best materials and latest styles.
Cloth Clonks and Drs 'rimniinir and Eawcy
Geo4s ; Hair Nets, Head Dresaes. and many other
articlee too numerous to laentlea. at greatly se
duced prices, as she intends to. make an entire
change in her bnsiness. Parsons wishing a bar
gain had better give h-r a call before purchasing
elsewhere. Mas. ELIZA SPtfTG LKBERG,
deeltf IS First St., bet'. MaTti and Locust.
7tr
STOVE WORKS.
1 1
r. w. bubsiiu . iiuuio
SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS.
BRINKMEYER &, CO.,
Manufacturer of
btoves. Hollow Ware, Iron Ballings,
Home, Fronts Vsrandas,
Balconies, t a.tinjs In General,
COPPER, TIN AXD SHEET IRON WARE, Ac
Sales Room Main Street, opposite Court
Honse.
"Foundery Near the Month of Pigeon Creek
KVASIVlLliH, 1113,
ORDERS SOLICITED.'
my
DRY GOODS
a3
No. 10
SI"Et.ST STSBT,
Wholesale and Retail
DRY GOODS.
Our second purchase this fall of orory thing in our
line that is
New, Rich
AXD
DESIRABLE,
Has now arrived, among which will be found a
compluto 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 line of elegant
Black Cloth Cloaks,
SCARLET AND BLUR CLOAKS,
CARPETS,
Oil, CLOTHS,
MATTINGS,
R u a s,
WINDOW SHADES,
Window Hollands,
Curtain Damasks,
LACE CURTAINS,
Curtain Fixtures
CURTAIN CORNICES;
And almost everything in the
HOUSE FURNISHING LINE
my20-lr JAtlVKSS & FRKBTCH,
No. lO Flret Street, Evansville,
FOR GREAT BARGAINS
i ,
IN
DRY &OODS
OO TO
E. A. GOOKE & CO.,
Who
have Just completed thsir winter stock of
Uoods, consisting in part ot
French Merinoe,
Checked and Plain Alpacas,
Silk Striped Lustres,
Wool and half Wool Delaines,
Ladies' Misses'
Hoop Skirts,
Ladies1 Misses'
Balmoral Skirts,
and Children's
and Children's
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 just received by express
A full assortment 'of Cloaks.
All the novelties 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. 7
FIRST STREET,
GROCERIES.
KA doaen PINE APPLES, in bottlos ;
dozPiBe Apples, in tiu caus :
ira uoten reacii-s,
100 " Blackberry, "
l' " Tomatoes, "
2S " Strawberries, '
10 " English Plums, in bottles;
8 " Qninae, in bottles ;
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
SUGAR 10 hbds fair N. O. Sugar ;
'o bbls extra brown N. 0. Sugar ;
15 bbls Clarified N. O. Sugar ;
12 bbls " N. Y. Sugar;
15 bbls Powdered do ;
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
POWDER .100 kegs Blasting F F Powder;
300 kegs Sporting Ride Powder :
100
assorted Cauisbjr Rifle Powder;
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
FLAVORING EXTRACTS
10 dozen Essence Lemon ;
16
Vanila;
10
10
10
" Rose ;
' Pine Apples;
Peach ;
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
-100 bills Poinroy Salt
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
s
ALT-
LAMPS All in want of a Lamp call
At ELLIOfT'S Family Grocery.
IT0RSE AND COW FEED
20 tons of rich
XX country Bran just received
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
RIED FRUIT 100 boaheld Dried Peaches,
pealed ; 200 bushels Dried Apples ;
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
SYRUP
C bbls Golden Syrup;
I 6 bbls Honey Syrup ;
5 bbls Beenive Syrup;
30 bbls Plantation Molasses ;
10 bbls Sorgum ;
it ELLIOTT'S Famllv Grocery.
rpHE SECRET OF A CLEAN HOUSE
IS A
J. goou oroom. i ney can oe nao at
da10 ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
RAILROAD REGISTER.
E. &, C. R. R.
DEPARTS:
Way, Freight and Accommodation G:45 . w.
Mail .'.): 25 A. M.
ARRIVES;:
Accommodation 5:24 p. ji.
Mail :40 p. jt.
T. H. & R. R. R.
DEPARTS FROM T. 11.
Day Express ....S:.V p. m.
Accommodation 7:.-5oa m.
Night Express 12:50 a. m.
ARRIVE AT T. H.
Day Express 12: 25 p. it.
Accommodation 5: 10 a. m.
Night Express 1:25 a.m.
These two roads make good connection, at Terre
Haute.
River News.
ABBIVALS YESTERDAY.
Charley Bowen, Cairo Island City, Sashv
Haaou, Bmusey Emma, "
Jas Raymond, Lou Step Decatur, '
Bob Boy J.T. McCombe, "
Me DunUeth, "
DEPARTURES YESTERDAY.
Island City, Lop Rob Roy, Nashv
Jas Raymond, " Kew Dunlieth, Nashv
Step Decatur. ," Gen. Andesson, Cairo
J T UcCombs, ft
The rise during the last 24 hours in
the river at this point was much more
rapid than heretofore, and large quanti
ties of drift was floating down yesterday,
and the rise continues uniform to Cia
cinnati, where there was over 26 feet in
the channel at noon yesterday.
At Pittsburg the river is slill falling
with 7 feet in the channel, with signs of
rain. There were numerous arrivals
during the day yesterday and some ac
tivity was manifest at the levee, though
the receipts and shipments were not
large.
The Bowen arrived about midnight
Monday, full of people, but with a light
freight list
She will be the regular packet for Pa
ducah and Cairo at 2 o'clock to day, and
will be found a pleasant and swift steam
er, second to none in speed on the Lower
Ohio. Capt. Bently and Billy Dunn are
accomplished officers and pleasant gen
tlemen, and will give the most courteous
attentions.
The Gen. Anderson went out at 2
o'clock yesterday, with a moderate trip
Capt Dan. Clarke, and Billy Lowth, are
both popular officers, and will no doubt
attract large passenger lists.
The famous big Grey Eagle will be the
palatial packet for Henderson and Lou
isrille this evening. She is commanded
by that great favorite of tho traveling
public, Capt James A. Lusk, whose ex
cellent characteristics are the theme of
praise on every tongue. Mr. O Bannon
makes the office of the Eagle radiant
with smiles, and all his guests feel at
home under his courteous attentions.
Capt C. R. Rudd, of the Curlew, was
in the city yesterday on a flying visit to
his family, looking fat and sleek. He in
forms ns that he is now in the service of
his Government, and has become a con
vert to Lincoln's policy. We hope his
conversion is real, and that he will never
fall from grace or even backslide.
Capt. Josh. V. Throop, we are happy
to state, is rapidly recovering his health,
and witl soon be able to again walk the
decks of the gallant Armada.
The Emma arrived hore yesterday
morning from Nashville, and having
been discharged from Government ser
vice, has gone to the bone yard for the
present Her energetic officers, how
ever, will not long lie idle.
The steamer Mason leaves for Green
River this day, at 12 o'clock, positively.
She connects with the D- B. Campbell at
Rumsey, for Bowling Green, and will re
ceipt for freight through at $1 and $1.25
per hundred. She is light draught, swift
and reliable, and shippers may rely on
freight being punctually delivered. Joe
McReynolds will be found in the office.
GROCERIES.
SUNDRIES Well Buckets, Strawberry and
Lemon Syrup. Almonds, Filberts, Brazil
Nuts, Essence of Coffee, Wooden Bowls, English
Walnuts, Figs, Raisins, Currants, Rocs Candy,
Oysters, Shoe, Horse and Scrubbing Brushes, Lob
sters, Sardines, Alum, Epsom baits, Roll Brim
stone, Sulphur, Copperas, Madder, Extract of
Logwood, Washing Bluo, Indigo, Cream Tar
tar, Soda, Bed Cords of all kinds. Tobacco of all
kinds. Blacking, llattinz, Nutmegs, Cigars of all
kinds, Jute aud Cotton Wrapping Twiue, Blue Vit
riol, Camphor, Carolina and Wagon Tar, Brooms,
Cotton Yarn, Kace and Ground Ginger, Castile
Soap, Playing Cards, Glass Jars, Lanterns, Tum
blers and Flasks, Pepper Sauce, Matches, Pickles,
Mustard, Fish of all kinds. Tomato Catsup.Powder,
Safety Fnse, Soaps of all kinds. Starch, Teas, Vfu
cgar, Letter, Note, Cap, and Fancy Paper, Wrap
ping Paper, Envelopes. Salt Pet re. Gum Drops,
Toys and Letters, Table Salt, Hemp Sack
ing Twine, Wooden Bowls, Jujube Paste, Cin
namon, Coal Oil, Clothes Pins, Bonnet Boards,
Ink, Cloves, Nails, Glass, Spirits Turpentine, all
spice, Sal Soda, Pain Killer, Licorice, Pitch,
Seivee, Ac , Ac, Ac.
A supply of the above kept constantly on hand
aud for sale low by S. E. GILBERT A CO.,
nov24 tf No 4 Sycamore Street.
GROCERIES.
SCOTCH ALE 100 doaen Young's, Campbell's
and Milton's the bust brauds iroKrted
For sale at H. A. COOK'S.
IONDON PORTBR 100 doxen Hlbbart's, By
J ass ABarkly's, and Perkins' the beet brand
imported. For sale at II A. COOK'S.
IGS-50 drums fresh Fig for sale at
U. A. COOK'S.
TURKISH PRUNES 1200 lbs new crop Turk
ish Prunes at H. A. COOK'S.
1V7EW ZANTK t'URRATS 5
bbls
new Zante
COOK'S.
XI Currants at
H. A.
FRENCH CAN KNIYBS COME AT LAST
12 doaen French Can Knives. Every family
should have one. The cost saved In opening one
can. To be had only at H. A. COOK'S.
J RON MATCH SAFES 2 doicn Iron Match
Safes, the Ixst thing ever made, for sale at
dec!8 A COOK'S.
WOOD BOWLS 200 nests hard
assorted t, 5 and fi in nest.
For sale at H.
Wood Bowls,
A. COOK'S.
1X7 R. AND HAMBURGH CHEESE SO l.xs
V . choice W. R. and
Uambunih
Cheese just
received aud for sale at
H. A.
COOK'S.
TJAMS
150 choice New Hams at
H A. COOK'S.
rTIOMATO CATSUP 125 gallons prima Tomato
X Catsup at H. A. COOK'S
o
NI0N8-
75 bushels prime Onions at
II. A. COOK'S.
TURN I PS -100 bushels Turnips for sale at WH
H. A. COOK'ST
w
1 'ODES WARE
10 doten asserted sire Keelsrs ;
20 do do Wash Tubs ;
10 nests Cedar do;
10 dszeu iron -hoopt d Cedar Buckets :
10 do brass do do do;
2 do brass do do Churns ;
It do Revolving Rolling Pins ;
12 do Common de dot
12 do Potato Mashers.
Foraalaat H. A. COOK'S.
COLN MEAL 100 bushels fresh Corn Meal
from seleeted white corn, lor sale at
declK H. A. COOK'S.
OAT MEAL 300 lbs choice fresh ground Oat
Meal at H. A. COOK'S.
WHEAT FARINA 500 lbs Wheat Farina iust
received at H. A. COOK'S.
IT) EARL SAGO 1 case No. 1 Pearl Sagojnst re-
JL eeived at
H. A. COOK'S.
PEARL BARLEY AKD SPLIT PEAS
10 hf bbls Pearl Barley;
lOhf bbls Split Peas. ForsaVat
declS H. A. COOK'S.
MACCARONA AND VEKMICELLA
25 bxs Maccai ona ;
25 bxs Vermacclla.
For sale at
H. A. COOK'S.
FRESH FLINT HOMINY 16 bbls Flint noni
iny from selected corn, at H A. C00K,'.
PINE APPLE CHEESE 10 boxes Pine Apple
Cheese for sale at BE A, COOK'S.
POTATOEJUTio bushels prinuTwhlse Neehan
nock and Pink Eye Potatoes just received and
for sale at K. A. COOK'S.
REGULAR PACKETS.
Regular Evansville and Henderson
Packet.
rpHE STEAMER
jE3 BF'O LT,
THOMAS Captain,
rj ' Leaves Evansville every evening at
i o'clock. Leaves Henderson every
niornini
at 6 o'clork, connecting at
Evansville with the
a u. k. it.
Cincinnati and Memphis
PACKET COMPANY.
For Evansville, Heudersou, Mount
Vernon, Shawneetown, Smitliland,
I'adncah. Cairo. Columbus. Hickman
and Mempnis, and all way-points on the Ohio
and Mississippi Rivers, cempriaing the following
new iigiit-uraught passenger packet! :
NORMAN,
Capt. Batcbelor.
rKINCES3
Captan Maratta.
JEWESS,
Captain Frazier.
W. C MANN,
Captain Shuuk.
One of fhe above Boats will pass Evansville
Weekly for Cairo, Columbus, Hickman, and Mem
phis. Also, weekly for Cincinnati.
For freight or passage enquire of
COX. A HUMPHREY,
sepOdtf Agents.
LOtrcS VILLE AHD HENDERSON
DAILY LINE, (SUNDAY'S EXCEPTED.
The Kviinsvillc & Louisville
i fTn h Line C'o's. Splendid
.Ljgfcfcjgj Passensrer
TE A "rV JEJ
"BIG" GREY EAGLE,
Capt. BUNCH. ...J. A. LUSK, Clerk.
" STAR" GREY EAGLE,
Capt. A. Batxaao - 7. Busf jcith, Clerk,
t arTascon,
Capt. J. Brscr Gse. 6. William, Clerk,
Comiioae the Line, and will leave Evansville for
Louisville as follows:
Monday's. STAR OREV EAGLE, at It o'clock M
Tuesday's, TARASC0N, at ft o'clock r M.
Wednesday's, " BIG " GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
P. M. ' tt
Thursday's, "STAR" GREY KAGLE, at " o'clock
P. w.
Friday's, TARASCON, at 5 o'clock r. at.
Saturday's, "BIG" GREY EAGLE, at S o'clock
p. M.
RETURNING:
TARASCON, leaves Louisville Monday's aud
Thursday's.
BIG " GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Tues
day's and Fridav'sl
"STAR" GREY EAGLR leaves Louisville Wed
nneday's and Saturday's. Punctually at '
o'clock P. M.
For comfort and Bpved tho above steamers art
awnrpeaaed. COX A HUMPHREY.
djcl--'
machinists.
REITZ & HANEY,
mxirnm.
EVANSVILLE, IND.,
Manufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES,
STEAM BOILERS,
AND
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Of the most Approved Pattern.
ALSO
All kinds of Machinery appertain
ing to Railroads, Steamboats,
Distilleries, Flouring Hills.
SUGAR MILLS,
or all sizes with the latest Improve
ments attached ; Tobacco Screws,
Portable Engines.
&c, &c, &c.
House Fronts, Grates, Rail
ing, Iron and Brass Castings
of every description.
DEALERS IN
Steam Ganges, Onm Belting,
Fire
Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting
Cloth, &c, at
MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
Repairing done at short notice.
Workmen sent to all parte to nt up
work and repair Boilers dfc Machinery
-All orders will receive our Individual atten
tion aud will be promptly filled on the most
reasonable terms.
Office and Foundry on the Can
corner of Ingle Street
mh!7-lj
VOLUNTEERING !
$302 BOUNTY
Eor New Recruits!
$402 BOUNTY
For Veteran Volunteers !
MEN OF THE FIRST DISTRICT OF INDI
ANA, the Governor haa called for seven
or more Companies of Infautry and five Com
panies of Cavalry from this District. Shall he
have them? I call upon you to give the answer.
THy answer is, ' HE SIIALL." Will yon endorse
it? I think yon will. Your country needs yoor
services fn th army, and offers you inducements
which wilt enable you to leave your families
amply provided Tor. .
Anyone wishing to recruit for the Regiment
by raising Companies, or parts of Companies, will
receive commissions for that pnrposo by applying
to me in writing, accompanied by proper recom
mendations,, directed to Vincennes, Indiana, unt
the organization of the encampment.
GEO. W. GORMAN,
Commandant 1st District.
Other papers in the District please copy.
oct2tf
DRY GOODS
KEEN &
PRESTON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
general assortment of
A LARGE AND
Desirable Dry Goods,
Which they invite the "trade" to call and
amine prices and qualities; believing;
kr.owi
tney can save dealers additional 1
pensea in aoing further Eastward.
t and
tan 16
NOTICE.
THE FIRM OF J. H. MAGHEE A CO. WAS
dissolved On the 27th of September last by
the death of John R. Maghee. The business will
be settled up by the surviving partner.
O. MAGHEE.
November2, 1863.
NEW FIRM.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE
the wholesale Dry Goods business under the
style of G. Maghee A Co., at the old stand on First
street. GILLISON MAGHEE,
NICHOLAS M. GOODLETT.
November 2, 1863.
MONEY WANTfcD.
GOLD!
SILVER!
DEMAND NOTES!
UHCURRENI MONEY!
Wanted at the highest price
at the
i Kit a .-ir rrtfie tttltt&rrtr airfjiuxn'
SAVINGS BANK
NO 4 FIRST STREET.
COLLECTOR'S SALE.
NOTICE IS HEHEKY GIVEN THAT I, V II.
LIAM G. IUEl'PLE. Coll ctor of th Cilv of
Evansville, between the hours ef 9 and li n'eb-ck
A. it. and 3 ami .'. o'clock r. s , uu MOSl'AY,
JANUARY 11th, 104, will sell at PirWic Auc
tlon, at the door of the Court House in the City
of Evausvit'o, Indiana, the following Lots, parts
"M.nK, and prrrefs of Real Estate, and Improve
ments, assessed for the payment of City Teves f"r
the year 1863, dne from the owners thereof to tfie
Cily of Evansvilte said Taxes lviiig now due and
unpaid-ami for the Costs of said sab;' and thai
aald.kule will be eonlruoed on the uext day ilu-re-aftrr
vi : on Tuedav, January V2lh, 184, at two
i'eluck f , at the door of the Conrt Hones in
Evaasville, for the purpose of aelling snch prop-
rty aa may nave hecn .!! on the day tlrst
alHive.'0eniioned. and not paid for:
ORIGINAL PLAN
Dunning Pari f"? Mx"S frt corner part of
lot 140 ; ; 75
Hewson J(,hn. l"t 118 ...M 30
do 81x7'. ft u easterly ead of lot U0..4V 28
do lot 121 . 48 (JO
do 9x150 fcet e side of lot 192 S 67
Jones Jas O, lot 139 71 ii
Mamard John, 30x73 ft corner part of lot77...90 93
O'Mara Jobu, 24x75 feet of lot 9 13 AO
Parrott Roht klrs, 28xT3 It adj'g lot 1X7 12 Si
DONATION ENLARGEMENT.
Ceil Beniguot, l"4xl44 feet n e half of
the n e half of let 0S 0 2",
Markle Jaeo, n w - of s of lot IBS 19 58
de m w 4 of lot 210 2i( 2o
Parrott Robt heirs, n e Vot lot 20S 20 23
Pritchett Amy, n w 'f let 802 78
Satterly V, heirs, lot S04 82 Si
Wevland H, heirs of, a wbfof n e hf cf lot
203 27 00
Smith Ollwr heirs of, south westerly one-
tbtrd or lot X17 4 72
Jsrvis Richard, Improvements on lot 181 3 38
UPPER ENLARGEMENT.
Griffith Kachel, lot 47 00 1
Kollogs O H, lot 13 subdv of ont-lot 4 2 70
McDonald James, 4th subdv 23x36 ft of lots
71 and 72 11 48
MrDouald James, 5h subdv 25xOT ft of lots
71 and TZ 13 50
Rudd Lncy J, it 79x75 ft of lot 61 S3 79
do do 23x73 (est of lot 62 4 73
Shea John, 20 feet middle of lot 4, subdv of
out-lot 4 .. t 23
LOWER ENLARGEMENT.
Hartman George, s w half of lot 23 18 90
do sw half of lot 26 12 15
Rogers Samcel, fractional lot 2 148 LO
Sauer Louis, n w 22x148 ft of lot 22 17 28
Stinson tt Greathouse, 40x75 feet alley end of
lot 5 21 60
EASTERN ENLARGEMENT.
Deltrieh Charles, n e half of lot 14, blk 17... 3 38
do w.hf r,""",,'-"- i" ,135
n.uuuouuo erancls, lot 11, blk 51 12 IS
Goela Lonhard, lot 16, blk 55... 10 80
Hall M U, lot 2, blk 90 1 02
do lot 20, blk 40 20 25
Hayburst Arjiriab, lot 19. blk 44 3 i
Hobord L W, lot 3, blk 47 1 r,D
Henselman John, n w half of lot 19, blk 54... 7 43
Konli Henry, lot 14, blk 31 2t 63
Mesel Philipp, 18Jixl44 feet of In 1, blk 37...15 53
Miller George, 1st subdv 18x73 feet of lot 4,
block 37 13 60
Miller Gerge, 2nd subdv 18x75 feet of lot 4,
block 87 10 80
Miller Henry, lot 8. blk 37 27 00
Rogers Nancy, lot 11, Mk 3 6 75
do lot 12, blk 3 12 00
Smith ValeDtiae, Improvements on corner hf
of lot 10, blk 31 9 45
Smith Wm Y, lot 8, blk 28 5 40
do lots, blk 51 8 10
Stephens Robt E, lot 4, blk 9 5 06
Tnrnoek Joe, lot 6, blk 1 25 65
BAKIR'S ADDITION.
Curnick Thos, lot t, blk 3 6 90
do lot 3, blk 2 2 16
Sullivan A G, lot 4, blk 3 7 42
do s w half of lot 5, blk 3 1 02
Whittlesey A T W G, lot 4, btk 1 t 1
do lot 5, blk 2 2 16
HUSTON'S ADDITION.
Rogers Samuel, lot 32 4 80
do lot 33 3 60
do lot 34 3 60
do lot 35 3 90
LAMASCO.
Bicking Henry, a e hf of lot 16, blk 88 6 60
Boluss Thomaa, Improvements on lots 5 and
6, blk 113 14 40
Carter Z M P, n e half of lot 8, blk 76 3 30
Cody A Read, lot 19, blk 131. 1 SO
do lot 20, blk 131 1 tt
do lot 21, Mk 131 1 80
Epenscheid John, lot 10, blk 150 4 26
de lot lVjblk 10 3 30
Goering Henry, lot 16, blk 47 1 32
Oriers W C hsirs of, lot 6, blk 132 1 20
Hartlein Mathew, lot L blk 131 6 60
Jonea Catharine G, improvements on block
168 , 2 40
Koenig W O. lots, blk 54 I 10
Macenlmimer John, lot 8, blk 104 3 60
Reber Peter, lot 13. blk 62 1 80
do lot 14, blk 52 4 80
Reuter CAD, lot 7, blk J06 3 00
fte lot 8, blk 108 3 00
Sorensou S, lot 1, blk 134 1 SO
do lots, blk 134 1 20
do nw of blk 184 6 78
do Mk 165 4 86
Strobe Henry, lot 2, blk 133
Sweeny Patrick, Delinquency lot I, blk 103
do do lot 2, blk 103
do do lot 3, blk IOCS
do do lot 4, blk V9
do do lot l,blk HI
do do 1 t 2. Mk 111
do do lot 3, blk 111
5 70
27 40
Turner Wm S, lot 11, blk 106 .. 3 00
FOURTH ENLARGEMENT.
Chandler. John J, lot 13, block 13 1 44
do lot 14. ..do... 13
80
McKinney, E A lot 30 do... IS..
Aa....j.. e i lot 31 blk 13..
18 00
1 80
....16 20
Shea, John, lot
14 blk 1
...do lot 15 blk 10 3 30
do Jot 16 blk 10 . 3 30
Sherwood, Marcus, lot 19 blk 18 t 10
Spillman, John, let 2 blk 18.... 3 30
HORNBY'S ENLARGEMENT.
Baner, William, improvements on Hornby's
Enlargement 2 40
CRESCENT ENLARGEMENTS
Secman, George, n e 25 feet of lot 11 blk 6... 2 70
Tobiu, Michael, lot 4 block 5 1 80
do .' lot 5 bloek 5 1 60
Zschoppe, Gottlieb, a w half of lot 11 blk 6 1 50
STOCKWELL'S ENLARGEMENT.
Emrich, John, lot 1 block 15 45 90
do. lot t do. 19 3 SO
do lot 3 do... 15 3 30
..do......'.'.:io do... 15 3 SO
-do. I..t do. 15.. .....3 30
:.do lot 6 do... 15 .. 3 30
Haaning, William, improvements on lot lo
Mock 8 2 40
Schmltt, Charles, s w 4-of lot 5 block 20 1 2
do ......lot do 20 2 40
SHARP'S ENLARGEMENT.
O'Reilly, Andrew I, lot 13 mock 7 1 80
do ..lot 14...do... 7 -20 70
do lot 15 ..do... 7 1 50
NORTHERN ENLARGEMENT.
Carter, Z M P, lot 3 block 8 1 80
Christ, Thomaa, lot 14 block 2 1...10 20
Johnson, M L, lot 1 do...2 9 00
Jones, Joshna, heirs, 9 ft west side of lot 16,
bloek 3 2 64
Jones, Joshua, heirs, 5U ft of lot 17 blk 3... 72
Kflstor. Fred, lot 4. bloek 5 5 4"
Stroke, ITerdlnand, lot 16, bloek 7
...do lot 17 olock7
Sullivan, Abel, lot 10, block 2
do lot 11 do... S
,..do lot 8 do ... 3
.... do lot 9 do ... 8
do let 10 de ... 8
do lot 11 do ...3
.do s e K of lot 8 block 6..
.. 4 32
.. 1 32
.. 5 40
..17 40
.. 3 00
.. 3 60
.. 2 70
.. 2 70
.. 1 20
..16 SO
.. 2 Ml
.. 2 10
.. 1 80
.. 1 80
.. 1 32
.. 1 32
.do lot 9 block 6
do lot 10 da... 6.
, do lot 11 do ...6.
do lot 8 do ...7 .
do lot 9 do ...7.
do lot 10 do ...7 .
do Jot 11 do ... 7 .
WILLIAM G. BfflPPLK,
deel8
Collector.
PIANOS.
TWO SPLENDID PIANOS JU8T RECEIVED
from the manufacturers, and for sale at
WARREN A CONYNGTON'S,
BOv25 Wo. 1 Main street.
COLLECTOR'S SALE.
rOTICEISUEREB . GIVES THAT 1. WH
IN LIAM G. BCEPPLE, Collector of the City o
Evansville, between the hours of 9 and 12 o'clock
A. M and 3 and 5 o'clock P. H.t on MOSDAT
I THE 2th OF DECEMBER, A. P. 1963, will sell
al Public Auction, at the door of the Court Honse
in the City of Evansville, Indiana, the following
Lots parts ot Lets, and parcels oi Baal Estate.
! and Improvements, assessed for the payment of
! V'y r,LX for the year 1863. and delinquent taxes
: due upon said lots for the yean ISM, 1880,
I bl- , 13, doe from the owners
.thereof to tho City of Evansville eaid Taxes beinr
. now due and unpaid and for the costs of said
sale ; and that said sale will be eonrlnoed on the
xt dy thereafter, vjx : on Tueedav, the Hh day -
' ft ,?,r'J?''S''V 1 ''clock P. M., at the doci
of the . ourt House in vansvllle, for the purpose
' u l H.RfsLh.I'i0ler' " ""J been Void
" "Moneaano ne. peia ror:
GREEK'S EMLABGEMKMT.
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do do.. ' i' "' 9
"Zi 71
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do do 8 do..
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9 14
16 OO
T 87
7 88
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do do S do...
do do 9 le...
I
...do do 10 de.
do do. ...11 do
do do It do..
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1 T 87
i -...to at
avansviue i uiou Furniture Co , lot 1 btk 5 68
do tr 1 ... v u ...
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lot blk S 7
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do do
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.lot 9 blk S
i v
Greeks Johu, lot No. 13, block No. 1....
9 78
8 82
5 81
8 81
6 81
5 81
8 48
It
5 47
8 48
8 17
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do jlo 19 do 4
do do 20 do 4
do .do 21 do .4
do do 22... do 4
do do .as do .4 ."...
do...... ...do 2S .do .4
do .....do 36 do 4
do do 97 -do 4
do do .24 do 4
Page Wm T, do 1 .. do 4
do do. 2 do 4
do do 3 do 4
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do a ,1. a
-do do 38 do 4
do do 29.do 4 -
do do 30 do 4
do do 31 jlo 4 !-"
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T 87
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dec4-td Collector
LIQUORS.
fcolesaleiy
r. CAim.
T. T. HODOa
IV. jF1. carr,
Rectifiers and Wholesale Dealers in every des
cription of
Foreign and Domestic Wine and
Liquors,
Cicars, Tobacco, SnuT, &o.,
BEG LEAVE TO CALL THE ATTBMTIOM
of the trade of tho City of Evansville, South
ern Indiana. Illinois aud Kentucky to oai exten
sive stock. It being large and complete, we caa
offer to our customers and the trade, goods that
cannot fail to please both in quality and price.
Our stock having been bought for cash, before
the recent advance, will enable us to compete with
any house in the West in prices. Mo.
Wear, determined that no a l nasal ty shall exist
for dealers to go either to Cincinnati, Louisville,
or St. I...ni. to bay their Liquors.
We ask of you a fair trial. We are oertala we
can give aatisfaotion when yon visit oar eity. We
would bo pleased to see you at
No. 28, FIRST STREET,
Next door to Hollingsworth A Bro.'s Queens wars
Store, and show yon our stock, coasiatlng in part
of Foreign and Domestic
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Rams, fte.
Of Whiskies,
Best Bourbon, Rye, Monongahela,
Robinson County, Kimel, Irish,
Scotch, many other brands.
Of Common Whiskies we have Aurora, Old Ylr-
?;inia, Mountain Dew, Orange Valley, and "Bally
or Ton." Of Bitters we have Plantation. "Ba
varlan 8towton," Cocktail, Ae. Punch, Essence,
Absinthe, Schnapps, Smoking and Chewing To
bacco, Cigars, and A. 8. Bonn's Snnff.
Remember the place. No. 28 First Street, foar
doors below Sycamore Street,
novll N. F. Gi.BR CO.
SALE OF CITY PROPERTY.
Great Sale of Choice City Prop
erty. ON TUESDAT, JANUARY Sra. 1884, WB
will sell at public auction, at the door of the
Court House, in Evansville, the old and long es
tablished STE M FLOURING MILL,
Situated immediately on tbe bank of the Ohio
River, in the city of Evansville, aad well and fa
vorably known as
THE INDIANA MILLS,
Together with two acres of ground, iBcladfar
the bank of the river to low water mark, aad
the office, warehouse, and other buildings appur
tenant. The machinery. of this Milt, thongh at present
ont of repair, is of the most superior character,
having been manufactured to the order of the
former proprietor, Mr. James Hewitt, with the
view of making a first elaaa Mill, and without
regard to cost.
Since it was put in, the mill, thongh conducted
by agents, in the absence of the owner, baa been
one of the most successful money-making estab
lishments of the kind in Southern Indiana. For
th" truth of this, we take the liberty of referring
to Mr. Geo. Wolfiin, Sheriff of Vanderburg coun
ty ; Mr. Newton Rosa of Princeton, Oibeon eoaa
ty, and Mr. Lyman T. Daviess, now of Mt. Vernon,
who have respectively managed tbe 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 for Mill
purroees, or aa a most desirable Investment la
real estate, which must rapidly enhance ia value.
At the same time and place we will sell 38 Lots
in Mr. Richard Atkinson's Subdivision ef Blocks
Nos. 130 and 134, according te IS plaa of La.
masro City (now EransvilU.) See nand billa for a
plan of aaid subdivision.
Also Lot No. 3, in Block Ne. 171.
Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6, in Bloek No. ITS, aad
Lot No. 2, in Block No. 174; according te tbe
plan of Lamasco City.
Also ' 3 feet front on Water street by 80 feet
deep, 42 feet front on Lest street, by 98 feet
deep, parts of Lots Nos. 7 and 8, la the Lower En
large meat lee the City of Evansville.
Also 20 lots is block 44, according te tbe plaa ef
Lamasco City ; said lots being 3 by lit feet, with
a 12 foot alley in real.
Also tbe following lota in the Southern lalarge
saent of the City of Evansville :
Lots in, 11, 12, 13. 14, 15 and 16. lu Bloek No. 1.
Lots 6,7, 8,9,10, 11, 12, IS and 14, la Block
No. 5.
Lots 30, 31, 37 and 38, in Bloek No. 8.
Lots 15 and 16, in Block No. 10.
LoU 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15, in Block Ne. 11.
Lots 13 and 14, in Bloek No. 14.
Lota 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 18, 18 and 19, ia Block
No. 15.
Lorn 4, 5, 10, 11, 89, 36, 37 and 38, In Block
No. 16. , - .
This will be one of the largest sales of Ivans
ville City propertv ever made, and will be positive
and without reserve. Great bargains will be bad.
The title is perfect, and general warrantee deeds
will be given
TEH11S OF SALE The above property, ex
cept tbe lots Tn block 44. and in the aeutbern ea
largement will be sold for one-third cash, the
balance in one and two years; said Isat mentioned
lots for one-fourth cash, ths balance In one two
and throe years, purchasers giving their notes
for the defercd payments with interest, and with
out relief, secured by mortgage on the promises.
CHANDLER A HTNE8,
Real Estate Agents.
HittAM Nbls", Auctioneer. uo!7-wtds
MEDICAL.
S. W. THOMPSON, M. D.,
i PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
I Orricx and Rxatnaxcc Ho. 35 Tum Braxrr
(At Br. Ronald's Old Stand.)
IEVANSVILLK, INDIANA.
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