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LOCWT STREET,
BETWEEN FIRST AND WATER.
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BOOT c SHOE STORE.
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F. M. SELLMAN
Has jnst received, nt
No. 35 MAIN STREET
A large and carefully selected stuck of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITEKS, SLIPPERS,
CHILDREN'S WEAR,
OF THE LATEST STTLES, WHICH HE IS
selling as low as auy house in the city. The
public are invited to call and examine Goods and
Prices before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants
his goods to give satisfaction. No trouble to
show geods.
Mending done FREE OF CHARGE, shonld
they prematurely give way.
F. M. SELLMAN,
Evansville, Sept. 15, 186:!. 35 Main Street.
MAIN STREET.
TURNER & GWATUMET,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AND
Hats & Caps.
No. 15 Main Street,
EVANSVILLE, f.. DIANA
GROCERIES.
BUCK-WHEAT FLOUR 20 sack Pennsyl
vania Bnck-wheat Flour.
For sale at No. 9 FIRST STREET.
PICKLES
10 dozen 1 gallon Gothic Gherkins J
10
10
10
5
5
10
10
10
15
10
M
-Gherkin. :
Mixeu Plekli e ,
Ptceattlta:
Chow Chow ;
Culliflower :
Gherkins ;
Mixed Pickles;
Chow Chow ;
Gherkins ;
Mixed Pickles;
Gherkias;
Mixed Pirklea;
WM. CALDWELL'S,
No 9 First street.
CRANBERRIES 3 Barrels, Cultivated Ex
pressly for Famllv use. For sale at
No. 9 FIRST STREET.
PICKLED LOBSTERS S dozen t gallon
Pickled Lobsters. . .
Just received at No. 9 FIRST STREET.
TYOMINT a Barrels
extra White Hominy.
JLX rur sals at
No. 9 FIRST STREET,
HOOSIER STRCP.l Barrsl choice Sorgum
Syrup. For s;e at
CALDWELL'S Family Grooery,
SfU.53
COMMERCIAL.
Cincinnati Markets.
Cincinxaii, Dec. 24 t u.
WHISKY Mr.
IlOflS le higher, g7 657 To for 200 lb averages.
Rcc. lpts, 5,000 head.
PROVISIONS unchanged,
I.ARD, prima 12',,, head and gut .
CSS PORK, new, $19 2519 40; old men $15
ai8 for 1861, with sales otJiMbrlx.
HAMS, green, 9e.
GROCERIES unchanged.
GOLD 51.
SILVER 44.
EXCHANGE .tea Iv, business partially neglect
ed, owing lo the attention paid to the .'anitarr
Fair.
Sew Tork Market.
New Yobs, December si.
COTTON firm and rather more doing at 7980.
FLOUR quietand ratlir hoary without any ma
terial change in prices, ST 507 80 for extra B. H.
O ; $7 75(98 50 for trade brands, closing quiet.
WHISK I in fair demand at 9597c, closing at
9395e.
ti'H EAT : shade lower, SI 5231 5 for winter
red western.
CORN rather easier at SI 271 29 for mixed
OATS a shade easier, with moderate demand at
03fMs) for western.
PORK firm and in fair demand at 521 50(322 00
for new mess.
BACON SIDES qsiet.
DRESSED HOGS active at T8 for western-
LARD Arm at 12i:ic.
STERLING EXCHANGE quiet and firm at 6.
GOLD opened at 51'i, and closed very quiet 5154
051.
. Government Stocks quiet and steady.
St.
Louis Markets.
8t. Louis, Dec. 24.
But li tie done on change, but there was a more
cheerful fe ling in flour, and considerable lets
have hcen disposed of during the last few days, but
on what terms we could not learn.
T '. . r U not enough wheat offering to attract the
attention of millers, and no quotable change in
the market.
COMMISSION HOUSE.
a. a. m Avarnn.
j. J. waiTTAxaa
HAYHTJRST & WHITTAKER,
Produce rnd. Commission
Morcliants,
No. 6 Water St., (next to R. Barnes,)
EVANSVILLE. 1NDIAMA.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
Wheat, Oats, Beam,
Flax Seed, Lard, Tallow,
Dried. Fralt, Beeswax.
Watts, Give A Co., 1 f Csase A Baows,
Paducah, Ky.. j EvansvilU, lad.
tLAaniwa, Given A Co.,
St. Louis, Ma.
WATTS, CRANE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 45 Bsoad Street,
XEW YORK CITY.
We have opened a House In the city of Now Tori
for ths sale of
Tobacco and Western Produce,
Under the name of
WATTS, CRAN'i A CO.
Mr. D. Watte, of the firm of Watts, Given A Co.
f PaJuo.il., 1 -i.rf familiar with Tobacco, will take
.harge of that department of oar business, and Mr.
I. Crane, of Crane ami Brown, Evansville, will
ake charge of the Produce business.
may21 WATTS, CRAN1 a CO.
Commissioii Merchant
EXCLUSIVELY.
T HAVE DISPOSED 0E MY STOCK Of GRO
X ceries, Produce, Ac., as I find that I cannot.
nr can auy ons else, do justiee to themselves and
(heir shippers when they buy, for It is natural
that they will sell their own goods first. As I
have many shippers, I will hereafter confine my
self strictly to the
COMMISSION BUSINESS,
And hnp.1 that I will find a continuance of the
mauy favors shown me during the past eight
years. I shall give personal attention to all con
signments, and will make liberal cash advances
on product in store. My motto is,
Quick Sales and Prompt Returns.
Dealers in Cotton cannot do better than to leave
sea . Mx. F. M. COPELAND.
among the beet Judges In the State" "Orders
" . . u. CLIFFORD,
No. 7 Front Row, Memphis, Ten's.
1DAM8 EXPRESS COMPANY
New Arrangement.
rpHE ADAMS KXPP.rfs comfast as
X SPaCTFI LLT announce to their friends and
trons, the public of Evansville and vicinity that,
ith increased facilities for the transportation of
Freight, Packages,
Money and Valuables,
rh-y solicit a continuance of former favors. Es
pecial caro taken In the collection of Bills, Draft
Roses, and the transportation of small and valua
blo packages.
All persons wishing to avail themselves ef tie
"acillties of the Express, can obtain any desired in
formation in reference to the routes and details of
the business, at thoir office, on First street, betweet
Main and Locust.
Jy2 CHA8. WENTZ, Agent.
W. S. St'CLCBE. B. Y. BALLARD. C. a'ctCSl
W. S. McCLURE & CO.,
PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOR TnE SALE GJT
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Eggs. Beans,
Peas, Dried Fruits, Flour
and Provisions,
230 "ULltoxx St.,
Op. Washington Market, NEW YORK.
REFERENCK8.
Gee W. White, Cash. Mechanic's Bank, Brook
lyn, New Toik.
Hon Horatio Ballard, Sec. State of New Tork.
Wm. Crips, Pres. Standard Ins. Co. New York
A. II. Ballard, Tpsilanti, Michigan.
J. L. Kelly, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
R. H. Huntington, Adam's Irff Co. N. Y.
J. H. Reed, Utica, New Y-k.
Hon. Henry J Raymond, " New York Times "
C H. W heeler, St. Albans. Vt.
D. Ward, Lancaster Grant Co. Wisconsin.
jelOdly
SCHNEIDER & ZUBERBIER,
(Successors to Schneider A Wise,)
Commission Merchants
For the sale or all kinds of
Western Produce,
FLOUR, BACON, PORK, LARD,
Hay, Corn, Oats, Butter, Egga, eke.
Corner Lafayette, New Levee and
'Fulton Streets,
NEW ORLEANS, LA
ang-S-6ra
OEAHAW, VX. c. SBAHAK,
Late of Halliday, Graham A Co., Nsw Orleans;
aud Graham A Co.,
Cairo, Illinois.
G. W. GRAHAM & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
GENERAL CCMMIS8ION MF.RCHANT8
AND STEAMBOAT AGENTS,
Nos. 45 and 47 Front Street, and 46
and 4R Fnlton St.,
NEW ORLEANS.
Special attention given to SntDrs, Plant
ers and Steamboat Orders, for Supplies A Uteres.
T Consignments of Western and Sentbern
Produce and Orders for the purchase of Cotton,
Snf"r and Molasses, solicited.
ST Refer to Messrs. Henrv Ames A Co., Jno. J.
Roe, Esq., Ambrose Reader, Esq., 8t. Louis ; Solo
mon Sturges' Sous, Chicago ; Messrs. Barker, Hart
A Cook, and Messrs. Wm. Glenn A Sons, Cincin
nati ; A. B. SafWd, Cashier, Messrs. Chas. Gali
gher A Co., Cairo, Illinois ; Bement A Viele, Ev
ansville, Ind. deeW-Sm
L. A. CRASH.
WX. BBOWN.
Drxnso
CRANE, BROWN & CO..
Forwarding and Commission
IVXei'oti&nts ,
AND
Special Railroad Agents.
Give through receipts and make liberal cash ad
vances on shipments of Produce and Tobacco to
Hew York. CRANE, BROWN A 00.
Evansville, Nov. 20th, 18C1.
eo. Foster. A. H. Fostbb. Wm. A. Gwt.
GEO. FOSTER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers,
Produce and Provision MerchantB,
coasts or lootst stbbet akc the cajial,
angO EVANSVI LLE, IND.
DRY GOODS
KEEN & PRESTON
A LA RGB AND
general assortment of
Desirable Dry Goods,
' Whieh they invite the "trade" to call and u-
' amine prices and qnallties; believing, knowlA
j they can save dealers additional Wight and W-
j penses in going further Eastward. JaalS
H TIDWABE.
HARDWARE AT LOW PRICES.
Mat Cutters and Sausage Staf
fers ;
Patent Meat Cutters and Stof
fers, (combined) ;
Axes, Lippincott's, White's
and Taneyck's ;
Axe Handles and Wedges ;
Wood, Hand and Ripping Saws
of Spear and Jackson, Diss
ton's and ethers ;
C !
if
Cress Cut Saws, common and
patent ;
Mill Saws, Rowland's, c. ;
Butcher's riles, Chisels and
Bason ;
Table and Pocket Cutlery ;
Shears and Scissors;
Tea and Table Spoens ;
Tea and Counter Scales ;
Seals Beams;
Butcher Knives and Saw? ;
Wilson's Steals ;
Cleavers and Choppers ;
Molasses Gates aad Cedar fau
cets; Hay aad Straw Knives;
Grain and Coal Shovels;
Shovels and Spades;
Chains Log, Traoaaad Halter ;
Malls;
Selves and Rat Traps ;
ft! i
SB I;
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m
Brashes and Currjr Cams ;
Door Locks, Hinges aad Screws
Chain Pumps ;
Ohio Tool Ce. Planes and
Truss Hoops ;
Barten's Cooper Tsels ;
Cabinet Hardware ;
Shevels, Tongs and Stands ;
Steel Eire Setts.
For sale by
JACOB BTBAUB A SON.
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HARDWARE.
GEO. ISOlSIilG MO.,
Jobbers and Importers.
Hardware and Cutlery
Our Fall Stock being very
large and complete, we can
offer to our Customers and
the Trade, Good3 that can-
r AAA OUy iU,
Quality and Price. Our
Stock is now bought for
Cash, and prices reduced.
We pffer the following iD
large quantites:
TABLM CUTLERY, English.
TABLE CUTLERY, American.
TABLE CUTLERY, English.
TABLE CUTLERY, American.
POCKET CUTLERY
POCKET CUTLERY
POCKET CUTLERY.
POCKET CUTLERY.
CBOPPIEG AX KB.
CBOPPIXQ AXES.
OHOPPIHQ AXES.
CBOPPINO AX SB.
BBEAES AND SCISSORS
8BEABB AND 8CISS0RS
8BEAR3 AND SCISSORS
BBEABS AXB SCISSORS
TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
TABLE AND TEA SPOONS.
TABLE AND TEA SPOONB.
TABLE AND TEA SPOONB.
MILL AND CUT SAWS
MILL AND OUT 8AWS
WOOD AND BAND SAWS.
WOOD AND BAND SA WS
-
BUILDEB'B BABDWARE.
MECHANICS TOOLS.
BUILDER'S HARDWARE
MKCBA NIC 8 TOOLS.
GUNS AND PISTOLS.
CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS.
GUNS ATD PISTOiS.
CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS
PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES.
PLATruRM AND COUNTER SCALES.
SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYARDS.
SCALE BEAMS AUD STEELYARDS.
GEO.
8. SOJTNTAG Ac CO.,
No. 10 Main Street.
MANTUA MAKING.
CLOAK, MANTILLA
AND
Dress Maltms
ESTABLISHMENT.
MRS. ELIZASPEIGLEBERG,
IN THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON
First street, would respeetfullv annonnce to
her friends and patrons that she wtncluee ontthe
present stock, coosistieg of Talmas, Circles and
Saeqaea of tbe best materials and latest styles.
Cloth Cloaks and Dress Trimmings and Fancy
Goods ; Halt Nets, Head Dresses, and many other
articles too numerous to mention, at greatly re
duced priees, as she intends to aaake an entire
change in her business. Persons wishing a bar
gain had better give her a call before purchasing
elsewhere. Mas. ELIEA SPEIGLrBERG,
deeia IS First St., bet. Main and Locust.
STOVE WORKS.
F. W. EEIEXMErtt A. HILBUEO
SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS.
BRINKMEYER & CO.,
Manufacturer of
Stores, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings,
House, Fronts, Verandas,
Balconies, Castings in General,
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, &o
" Sales Room Main Street, opposite Court
Honse.
sWEenndery-Jf ear the Mouth of Pigeon Creek
EYANSVILLE, IND.
ORDERS SOLICITED.- ay
DRY GOODS
No. 10
Wholesale and Retail
DRY GOODS.
Our second purchase this fall of everything in onr
line that ie
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 the New Styles of
RICH WINTER DRESS GOODS.
Also a splendid line of elegant
Black Cloth Cloaks,
SCARLET AND BLUE CLOAKS,
CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS,
RUGS,
WINDOW SHADES,
Window I Iollixntlsi,
Curtain Damasks,
LACE CURTAINS,
Curtain Fixtures
CURTAIN CORNICES;
And almost everything in the
HOUSE FURNISHING LINE
my2n.lv JAQ.VESS A FRENCH,
No. 10 First Street, K vansv llle.
FOR GREAT BARGAINS
IN
DRY Gr O O I S
OO TO
E. A. COOKE & CO.,
Who have Just completed their winter stock of
Goods, cousistlug in part ol
French Meriuoes,
Checked and Plain Alpacas,
Silk Striped Lustres,
Wool and half Wool Delaines,
Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Hoop Skirts,
Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Balmoral Skirts,
Hoods, Nubias and Misses' Fancy
Knit Coats,
Sontags and Alexandras,
Lambs Wool, Merino and Bal
moral Hose,
And a great variety of Notions, tic.
Also just received by express
A full assortment'of Cloaks.
All tbe novelties of the season, comprising
Red Riding Hoods,
Blue Circulars,
1
Black Cloth Circulars and Sacques
Various Prices ; Styles to suit the
most fastidious. Come and see for
yourself at
io. T
FIRST STREET,
GROCERIES.
Krt doien PINE APPLES, in bottlos;
JJ 75 doz Pine Apples, in tin cans ;
100 dozen Peacbs, "
100 ' Blackberry, -100
" Tomatoes. "
o " Strawberries,'' -
10 " English Plums, in bottles ;
8 " Quinces, in bottles ;
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
S1
CGAR 10 hhds fair N. O. Suo-ar :
20 bbls extra brown N. O. Sugar :
15 bids Clariaed N. O. Sugar:
12 bbls " N. Y. Sugar ;
15 bbls Powdered do ;
AtKLLIOTT'S Fatally Grocery.
POWDER 500 kegs Blasting F F Powder;
300 kegs Sporting Rifle Powder ;
100 cases assorted Canister Rifle Powder ;
, At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
LAVORING EXTRACTS
10 dozen Essence Lemon ;
10 " Vauila;
M " Rose;
10 " Pine Apples ;
' - i-eacn :
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
C ALT 100 bbls Pomrov Salt
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
TRAMPS-
AH in want of a Lamn call
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
H
ORSE AND COW FEKP-20 tons of rich
country Bran just received
at ELLlUTT e Family Grocery.
RIED FECIT 100 basheld Dried Peaches.
pealed ; 200 bushels Dried Apples ;
ai jiliaiIOTT'S Family Grocery.
C1YRITP
k 5 bbls Golden Srup;
5 bbls Honey Syrup ;
5 bbls Beenive Syrup;
20 bbla Plantation Molasses ;
10 bbls Sorgum ;
AtjiLLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
rPHS SIECRIT nr a or i- . vt
good Broom. Thsy can be had at
oeeio ELLIOTT'S Pamily Oroeery.
RAILROAD REfilSTKU.
Ej 5sV Ce R. Re
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DEPARTS:
Way, Freight and Ac-ommodtio f.: a. m.
Mail 9: 25 a. h
ARRIVES:
Accommodation 5: 21 r. si.
Mail r,:t0 r. m.
Ha & Re Re Re
DEPARTS FROM T. H.
Day Express 3: 5S p. a.
Accommodation 7:35 a m.
Night Expreis 12:50 a. h.
ARRIVE AT T. H.
Day Express 12:25 p. jt.
Accommodation o:10 a. m.
Night Express 1:25 a. ji.
These two roads make good connect iom at Torre
Haute.
River News.
ARRIVALS YESTERDAY.
Atlantic, N. Orlpans. Camelia, Nashv
Armada, Cairo. Capitola, Nashv
Nightengale, Lou. Nannie Byers, Pittsb
Tarascon, "
DEPARTURES YESTERDAY.
Atlantic, Lou Camelia, Cin'ii
Capitola, " Armada. Cairo
Tarascon, " Nannie Byers, St
Nightengale, Nash.
Lou.
The river last evening was still swell
ing very slowly and will probably come
to a stand by this morning. There is a
fine stage of water now for the largest
class boats, and the famous Atlantic, tak
ing advantage of the rise, revisits her
old home, pasaing up yesterday morning
with a moderate cargo of sugar, and oth
er southern products, for Louisville.
The Atlantic is now the champion
steamer of the western waters, and
reigoti8 without a rival. Her officersi
though young in years, are mature in all
the accomplishments that go to make up
the corteous gentleman and popular offi
cer. . The big Grey Eagle, on her way down,
broke her doctor at Fliut Island, and
was of course unable to make her usual
trip. She , however, repaired and drop
ped down to Cannelton for coal, where
she was overtaken by the Tarascon,
which took her trip, including nenrlv
400 passengers, and the Eagle returned
to Louisville.
The imperial big Grey Eagle will he
the unrivaled packet from and to Louis
ville to-morrow evening. Capt Lusk
and Mr. O'Bannon know how to mnke
p.tssengers on the Eagle feel as if at
home, and their Christinas will lat till
New Year's, and beyond.
The Armada came in from Cairo
yesterday morning having been detained
several hours. She had an excellent
trip, including 150 mules, which she
transferred to the Atlantic, for Louis
ville. ' The Armada got a fair freight back,
and was crowded with passengers, the
Tarascon adding largely to tbe number.
The Armada is rapidly becoming the
favorite packet.
The Capitola passed up yesterday from
Nashville, aud we were pleased to meet
our clever and excellent friend.?, the
Thompson Brothers, and to find them in
high old health and spirits.
To-day the Gen. Anderson will be the
sole packet for Paducah and Cairo, and
will leave at 12 o'clock. Capt. Dan.
Clark and Billy Lowth are her chief of
ficers. To -morrow th Bowen will be the reg
ular packet for Cairo, unless, as is pos
sible, the palatial Superior, takes her
place. Capt Bantly of the Bowen, is
, T -M 'Wlror 'sue
Bowen is noted for her great speed.
The Superior is above all praise, and
under the command of Gus. Dnsouchet,
who is immensely popular on the whole
line of the river, will reign unrivaled.
The neat and elegant steamer Victo
ry, Capt. Bogard, will leave for Rumsey
at noon to-morrow, and will connect with
the magnificent R. K. Dnnkerson, whose
fame is immortal, and will henceforth
with the Dunkerson form a regular line
hence to Bowling Green.
The New Albany Ledger of Wednes-
says:
The river opposite this city continues
to rise. In the canal at noon to-day
mere was mil nine teet water, and seven
leet in the Indiana chute over the Falls
Hence to Cairo there is a channel depth
c c.ii e.
oi inn niieen teet.
The St. Louis Democrat of yesterday
says:
Tl 1 p ,1 . . m .
auc nvr nas iftiien two incnes since
last report, but as the officers of the Gaty
report the Cumberland as being again
rising rapidly, it is probable the river will
not fall fast, and may even take another
rise.
The weather is still clear, and the air
was 80 mild and balmy to-dav that over
coats were voted "boreg," and laid aside.
Since dark, however, the wind has hpn
blowing from the north, and it has chang-
me aimospnere very perceptibly.
Business was as dull to-day as it has
been in twelve months. The levee was
almost deserted, even bv the dravmen.
and nothing of consequence was either
received or shipped until after dark, at
wnicn me Alone and Sunny South began
receiving.
The Tarascon had the largest passen
ger trip of the season yesterday and at
tracted great admiration by her majestic
appearance.
BOILER MAKEH.
JOHN P. LAURENT,
Boiler .TVTftlx.ox',
Corner or Pine and Water Streets
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
T AM PREPARED TO MAKE
ALL KINDS
A of Steam Boilers, stationary or portable.
1
have every facility for doing good work that good
machinery aad good workmen can give, and all
worn entrusted to me will Do made under my per
sona! supervision.
Workmen sent to any part of the city aad
country to do repairing. dec!2
DRY GOODS.
Hoods and Comforts for the Million.
-IX7E HAVE JUST OPENED tho largest stock
v V of Hoods, Comforts, Ac, ev. r brought to the
city, and will sell them cheap at wholesale or re
tail. SCHAPKER A BUSSING,
No. 49 Main Street.
Cloaks and Shawls;
HAVING RECEIVED ANOTHER LOT OF
Cloaks and Shawls of every style and price,
we can now snpply the wholesale and retail trade
to their entire setisfsction.
SCHAPKER A BUSSING,
No. 49 Main street.
EXPRESS.
Bellefontaine Cotton Express !
OSl.Tr TBS DAYS TO NEW YORK.
TIME GUARANTEED 1
THIS LIGHTNING EXPRESS LINE FOR
the transmission of V . tton to the East, by
dispatch, is now fully established.
- Time Bills of Lading will be given.
TIME THROUGH, TEN DAYS.
W Consignments solicited.
. J CRANE, BROWN A CO., Agents,
dsell-dtf Evansville, Indiana.
R GULAR PACKETS.
U. S. Mail Steamer
G-on. Anderson
r , Will leave Evansville for Paducah
-ili - t ?and Cairo at precisely 12 o'clock m.
?rj5y. every Tucadiy and Friday. Leaves
Cairo for Paducah and Evansville at 0 p. m. every
Saturday aud Wednesday.
She has unsurpassed Passenger accommodations.
S-John B. Hall will receive freight and sign
bills free of charge for the Anderson at anv time
of day or night. detJltf
Regular Evansville and Henderson
Packet.
rrvHE STEAMER
"ESFORT.
THOMAS Captain.
. f,T Leaves Evansville every evening at j
..r , o'clock. Leaves Henderson every
n ' morning at a o'clock, connecting at ;
Evansville with the E. A C. R. R.
Cincinnati and Memphis
PACKET COMPANY. '
For EvansTille, Henderson, Mount
(-rnon, ?nwDelown, smithland,
-fe Paducah. Cairo. Columbus. Hickman
and Mempnis, and all way-points on the Ohio
and Mississippi Rivers, comprising the following
new light-draught passenger packets :
NOUMAN, JEWESS,
Capt. Bateltelor. Captain Fraxier.
PRINCESS W. C. MANN,
Cnptan Maratta. Captain Shunk.
One of the above Boats will pass Evansville
Weekly for Cairo, Columbus, Hickman, and Mom
phia. Also, weekly for Cincinnati.
For freight or passage enquire of
COX A HUMPHREY,
sepMtf Agents.
LOUISVILLE AND HENDERSON
DULY LINE, (SUNDAY'S EXCEPTED, gj
The Evansville & Louisville
u. s
rfs. Line Co's. Splendid
s T 7SM JK. TVS IBS S3
" BIG " GREY EAGLE,
Capt. BUNL'K J. A. LUSK, Clork.
" STAR" GREY EAGLE,
Capt. A. Ballaro F. BAVxsvrrn, Clerk,
T A RASCON ,
Capt. J. Bvjice Geo. S. Williams, Clerk,
Compose ths Line, and will leave Evansville for
Louisville as follows :
Monday's, STR GREY EAGLE, at 12 o'clock u
Tuesday's, TARKSCOV. at 5 o'clock T m.
Wi .lnel.iy's, "11IG" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
r V.
Thursday's, "STAR" GREY EAGLE, at 0 o'clock
r. s.
Friday's. TAR VSCON, at R o'clock r. u.
-urrfay's, " DIG " GREY EAGLE, at 6 o'clock
RETURNING:
TAU.SC;N. hv-- Louisville Monday's and
rhnrn.lav's.
r.Ki" tiRKY F.AGLE leaves Louisville Tues
day's srd Friday.
" -T A U " GRRY EAGLE leaves Louisville Wed
nesday'i and Saturday's. Punctually at '
o'clock T. x.
For comfort and speed the above steamers are
unsurpassed. COX A HUMPHREY.
di-cl?
MACHINISTS.
REITZ & HANEY,
IT
COT FSHY,
EVANSVILSE, IND.,
Manufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES,
STEAM BOILERS,
AND
itt nnx Ayj. ojlxxt uixls,
Of the most Approved Pattern.
ALSO
All kinds of Machinery appertain
ing to Railroads, Steamboats,
Distilleries, Flonring Mills.
SUGAR MILLS,
of all sizes with the latest Improve
ments attached ; Tobacco Screws,
Portable Engines,
&c, &c, &0.
House Fronts, Grates, Rail
ing, Iron and Brass Castings
of every description.
DEALERS IN
Steam Ganges, Gnm Eelting, Fire
Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting
Cloth, &c, at
MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
Repairing done at short notice.
Workmen sent to all parts to lit up
work and repair Boilers A Machinery
"AI1 orders will receive our Individual atten
tion and will bo promptly filled on the most
reasonable terms.
Office and Foundry on the Can
corner of Ingle Street.
mhl7-lj
VOLUNTEERING !
$302 B 0 UNT Y
For New Recruits!
$402 aToUNTY
For Veteran Volunteers !
MEN OF THE FIRST DISTRICT OF INDI
ANA, the Governor has called for I.T.n
or more Companies of Infantry and fl-e Com
panies of Cavalry from this District Shall he
have them ? I call upon you to give the answer
My answer is, HE SHALL." Will von .iim.
it? I think you will. Your country needs ,nr
scrvicca in the army, and oilers you inducements
which will enable you to leave your families
amply provided for.
Auy one wishing to recruit for the Regiment
by raising Companies, or parts of Companies, will
receive commissions for that purpose by applying
to me in writing, accompanied by proper recom
mendations,, directed to Vincennes, Indiana, unt
the organization of the encampment.
UEO. W. GORMAN,
Commandant 1st District.
Other papers in the District please copy
oct2tf
NOTICE.
rpuz FIRM OF J. H. MAG
IaB CO. WAS
X dissolved on the 27th of
aptmber last by
the death of John H. Maghee. The business will
uvnium ui uy tun iriiig partner.
G MAGHEE
November 2, 1863.
NEW FIRM.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE
tbe wholesale Dry Goods business under tbe
style of G. Maghee A Co., at the old stand on First
street. GILLISON MACULES,
NICHOLAS M. GOODLRTT.
November 2, 1863.
rQTff
MONEY WANTED.
GOLD!
SILVER
i
DEMAND NOTES!
UNCURRENT MONEY!
Wanted at the highest price
at the
SAVINGS BANK
NO. 4 FIRST STREET.
COLLECTOR'S SALE.
XTOTKK TS
ll LI AM O.
HEREBY GIVEN TnAT I, WIT.
IKEPPLE, Cull ctrrofths Citv of
Evansville, Kitween the hours of 9 and 12 o'clock
a. a. and S and A o'clock r. , on MoVDVY.
JANUARY Htm. 1184, will sell at Public Auc
tion, at thf door of the V.irt House in tho City
of Evansville. Indians, the follnwing bib; parts
of Lots, aud p Tresis of Real Estats. and Improve
ments, sssessed for th payment of Cily Tases for
the year 1S63, doe from the owners thereof to the
City of Evausvlt'e said Taxes liug now due and
nupaid and for the costs of said sale: aud that
said sale will be continued en the next day there
after v'x : on Tuetday, Jauuary 15th. ISSt", at two
e'clock r. a . at ths door of the Court House in
Evansville, for the purpose of selling such prop
erty as may have been sold on the day first
above nacntienrd aud not paid for:
ORIGINAL PLAN
Dunning Paris C, 5074 fet corner part of
lot lto j
Hew-iii John. Mrf us .j ;.jn
do 81 x7" ft n easterly end of lot 1 K Ai 2S
oo loi l il Z . 4S (K)
do 9xl5i f-et a side of lot ltt R f,7
JoULsJasG, lot 1S9... 71 4i
Maynard John. SOe'.R ft oornsr part of lot 77. 'j !
O'Mara John, tVx7S feet of lot 2 15 50
Parrolt Robt heirs, JSeTS It adj'g Jot U7 12 H
DONATION ENLARGEMENT.
Ceil A Beaighof, ltEl44 feet n e half of
the n e halfef let r VS SK
Markle Jacob, n w U of s'e of lot 153 19 ;'.S
do n w t.of lot ilO 20 25
Parrott Robt heirs, n e -f lot 105 20 25
Pritchett Amy, n w J.j of let 202 SS 78
latterly V, heirs, lot 204 82 3e
Wsvland H, heirs of, s w hf of n s hf of lot
205 27 on
Smith Oliver heirs of, south westerly one
third oflot 117 4 7?
Jervir Richard, improvements on lot 181 3 38
ri'PER ENLARGEMENT.
Griffith Raehel, lot 47 fir. 16
Kellofj 0 n, lot IS subdv of out-lot 4 2 7"
McDonald James, 4th subdv 25x56 ft of lots
71 and 72 11 48
McDonald James, 5th subdv 25x9.1' ft ef lots
71 and 71 1.1 50
Rudd Lucy J, s w 7Wx75 ft of lot 61 3- 75
do do 25x75 leet of lot 62 4 73
Shea John, 20 feet middle of lot 4, subdv of
out-lot 4 t 23
LOWER ENLARGESIENT.
Hartman George, s w half of lot 25 18 90
do s w half of lot 26 12 15
Rogers Samcel, fractional let 2 148 50
.Saner Louis, n w 22x1481, ft of lot 22 17 28
Stinson A Grenthouse, 40x75 feet alley end of
lots .21 60
EASTERN ENLARGEMENT.
Deitricli Charles, n e half of lot 14, blk 17... 3 38
do s w hfof lot 15. blk 17 1 35
Edmonnds Francis, lot 11, blk 51 12 15
Goel Laonhard, lot 16, blk 55 10 80
Hall M H, lot 2, blk 20 1 02
do lot 20, blk 40 50 25
nayhurst Axariah, lot 19. blk 44 3 (m
neberd L W. lot 3, blk 47 1 69
Henselman John, n w half oflot 19. blk 54 7 43
..... ..... Z.1 tw
Mesel Phllipp, 18xl44 feet of lit 1, blk 37 . .15 53
Miller George, 1st snbdv 18x75 feet of lot 4,
block 37 13 so
Miller Gorge, jd snbdv 18x75 feet of lot 4,
bl 7 jo go
Miller Henry, lot 8, blk 3T 27 00
Rogers Nancy, lot 11, blk 5 6 75
do lot 12, blk 5 12 00
Smith Valentine, improvements on corner hf
of lot 10, blk 31 9 45
Smith Wm F, lot 2, blk 28 5 40
do lot 3, blk 51. 8 10
Stephens Robt E, lot 4, blk 9 5 06
Tornoek Joe, lot 6, blk 1 .' 25 65
BAEER'S ADDITION.
Curnick Thos, lot 2, blk 2 ft 90
do lol 3, blk 2 ' 2 10
8ullivan A G, lot 4. blk 3 7 42
do s w hair of lot 5, blk 3 102
Whittlesey A T A W G, lot 4, btk 2 2 16
do lot 5, blk 2 2 18
HFSTON'S ADDITION.
Rogers Samuel, lot 32 4 fo
do lot 33 S 60
do lot 34 3 no
do lot 35 3 90
LAMA8CO.
Blcking Henry, s e hfof lot 16, blk 83 6 60
Boluss Thomas, improvements ou lots 5 and
6, blk 113 14 40
Carter Z M P, n e half of lot , blk 76 3 30
Cody A Read, lot 12, blk 131 1 50
do lot 20, blk 131 1 50
do lot 21, blk 131 1 so
Epenscheid John, lot 10, blk 150 4 26
do lot 11! blk ISO I 30
Goering Hnrv, lot 16, blk 47 1 32
Griers W 0 he"irs of, lot 6. blk 132 1 20
Hartleln Mat hew, lot 1, blk 131 6 CO
Junes Catharine G, improvements 00 block
165 .. 2 40
Eoenlg W G. lot 5, Wk 54 2 10
Megenbdmsr John, lot 3. blk 104 3 50
Reber Peter, lot 13, Mk 52 1 80
do lot 14. blk 42 4 80
Router CAD, lot 7, blk J06..t 3 00
do lot 8. blk 106 3 00
Sorenson S, lot 1, blk 134 1 50
do lots, blk 134 1 20
do n w of blk 164 6 78
do I.Ik 165 4 86
Strube Henrv. lot 2, blk 133..
5 70
Sweeny Patrick, Delinquency lot I, blk 103
do do lot 2. Idk 103
do do lot 3, blk 103
do do lot 4. blk 1"3
do do lot 1,1.1k 111
do do 1 t 2, blk 111
do do lot 3, blk 111
27 49
. 3 00
Turner Wm 8, lot 11, blk IOC
FOURTH ENLARGEMENT.
Chandler, John J, lot 13, Mock 13 1 44
do - lot 14... do. 13 90
McEinney, E A lot 30 do... 13 18 00
do seVlot31 blk 13 1 80
Shea, John, lot 14 blk la i 20
., do lot 15 blk 10 3 30
do lot 16 blk 10 3 30
Sherwood, Marcus, lot 19 hlk 18 2 10
Spillman, Jobn, lot 2 blk 18 3 30
HORNBY'S ENLARGEMENT.
Barter, wnuani, i-o;-i M ji : . -
Enlargement 2 40
CRESCENT ENLARGEMENT.
Seeman, Georg. n e 25 feet of lot 11 blk 6... 2 70
Tobin, Michael, lot 4 block 5 1 80
.do lot 5 block 5 1 50
Zschoppe, Gottlieb, s w half of lot 11 blk 6 1 50
STOCE.WELL'8 ENLARGEMENT.
Emricb, John, lot 1 block 15 41 90
....do lot 2 do... 15 a 30
....do lot 3 do 15 3 30
do lot 4 do... 15 3 30
do lot I do 15 3 30
-..do lot 6 do... 15 3 30
Banning, William, improvements on lot 10
block 8 2 40 j
Schmitt, Charles, s w !-j of lot s block 20 1 2 I
do .lot 6 do 20 2 40 j
SHARP'S ENLARGEMENT.
O'Reilly, Andrew I, lot 13 block 7 1 80
do lot M... do... 7 20 70
-.do lot 15 ..do... 7 1 50
NORTHERN ENLARGEMENT.
Carter, Z M P, lot 5 block 8 1 so
1 Christ, Thomas, lot 14 block 2 10 20 ! N
jonnson, ax u, 101 1 ao-3 9 fx)
Jones, Joshua, hslrs, 9 ft west side of lot 16, 1
otucao p fit
Jones, Joshua, heirs
o4 n or lot 17 blk 3... Tl
1 I aster, Fred, lot 4, block 5
:a 5 u 5 a . !
Struko, Ferdinand, lot 16, block 7
do lot 17 DtockT
Sullivan, Abel, lot 10, bloek 2
do lot 11 do 2
do lot 8 do ... 3
do lot 9 do ... 3
do lot 10 do 3
.. 4 32 j
.... 1 32 !
. 5 AO .
17 40 '
00 I
.... o
.. 3 60
.. 2 70 I
de Jot 11 do 3
2 70 I
..do..... .s e Vi of lot 8 bloek 6....
1
do lot 9 Mock 6 16 80
do lot 10 d... 6 2 10
do lot 11 do ...6 2 10
do lot 8 do ... 7 1 fO
An lot fl An .7 '
do ilOtlO do 7
An .ot 11 do 7
1 32
1 82 j
WILLIAM G. BOEPPLE,
deelS
loitecior.
PIANOS.
TWO SPLENDID PIANOS JUST RECEIVED
from the manufacturers, and for salo at
WARREN A OONYNGTON'8,
sov2 , No. 1 Main street.
COLLECTOR'S SALE.
NOTICE is UKUl.r. GIVES THAT I WIT
HAM G. B.EPPLE. ColWof the TJm
Evansville, between the hours of ) and It o'clock
A M and 3 and 5 o'clock P. M.,onJt05DAT
THE Mth OF DECEMBER, A. D. 1863, will sell
al Put. lie Auction, at the door of the Court House
in the City ot Evansville, Indiana, the following
Lots, parts ot Lots, and parcels of Beal ktate
and Improvements, assessed for the payment of
City Taxes for the year 1863. and delinquent taxes
due upon said lots for the years 1850, Men
1 1. and is.3. due from the owners
thereof to the City of Evansvilfe said Taxes heing
now due and unpaid and for the easts of sain
sale ; and that said sale will be eon tinned on the
next day thereaf.'f r, vis : on Tnesdae, the 29th day
of DecemLer, 1SK3, at 2 o'clock P. M., at the door
of the Court House in Evansville, for the purpose
. of selling such property as may have been sold
; on the day first above mentioned and ne: paid for :
CRXEK'S ENLARGEMENT.
Allis, Hemy D., lot No. 1, tlo k No. 1..
...St on
... 9 2f
..I 71
... 9C
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-do 10.. -.de...
..do. ...11 a.
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1 T ST
do do 12 de 1 ta ea
Evansville Cnion Furniture Co , let 1 hlk ( . 6
r-do do lot 2 Mk ...'... 3 86
.do lot 9 blk St tl
do do lot 4 blk 5 3 81
do .do lot 5 blk 8 s ev
uo 00 let blk sw.
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no 00
-do do.......
do do
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do de
let T blk i..rS 14
...lot bike 1 14
...lotblk 8 S 1
...lot7blk 1 10
...Jot8blk... 1 IB
lot 9 elk I M
Greek, John, lot No. 13, block No. 1 n
on do 14 do 1 1 j
do do 15 do 1 4 ag
do do 16 do I 1 ii
do do 17.. do 1 LI. s tl
do do 18 do .1 a n
-no 00 1 do. ...I 1 48
do ..do....
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4 do. 1 s 4T
5 do S 6 41
6 do 2 t 17
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do.
.do 8 do I 4 44
.do 9 .do 2 4
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no do 10.... do .2 ... ,, 4 41
do do 4 ....do 3 8 40
do do 5 do S ,.U to
do de 6 do 3 9 00
o -do T....do..s is ee
do do 12 Je..3 4 tO
do.. do l.t do J 4 tO
do..., do 14 do. & - ,,, .... 4 tt
k...l..:..do 18 ..do 3 4 tO
do d 16 de J 4 SO
do do 17 do S 4 se
do do 18 Jo J . ; 4 80
do do. I, do 3 4 SO
d do 6 do 4 .........17 99
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...do 10 do 4 .14 48
.-do 11 do... ...4 10 96
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do da 14 de 4 a la
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do de 16... do .4 14 45,
do do 17 do ..4 8 10
...do do 18 do 4 19
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do do 20.;..
do do 21....
....do do 22
....do do 23 ....
.do , as . Hi
do d( 26
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8 90
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rage win 1, do...... 1 do .4 i as
do do t. do .4 .. t tt
do jdo 3 .. do.4 jmt to
do do 4 Ao 4 ..Z t St
j&o do 5 do 4 M 92
do do 28 ..do 4 ... y gT
do do 29 do 4 T tt
du do SO do. 4 T IT
do do SI ...do 4 t tt
do .do 32 do .4 .T. 1 tf
WILLIAM G. BOJPLE,
td Collector
LIQUORS.
aolesaleXy
aS& "
V. f. CA3..1.
T. T. BODSE
IV. F. GJEMfc,
Rectifiers and 'wholesale Dealers in every des
cription of
Foreign and Domestic Wines and
Liquors,
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff", &c.,
BEG LEAVE TO CALL THE ATTENTION
of the trade of the CHty ot mmmmrUtm, South
ern Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky to onr exten
eivi stock. It being large and complete, we can
offer to ' i:r customers aud the trade, goods that
OAtt vo piean both In quality and price
Our st k having ben .bought for cash, before
the recent advaure. will enable us to compete with
anv hoiise in the West In prices, Ae. "
We ar; determined that no necessity shall exist
for dealers to go either to Cincinnati, Louisville,
or St. Louis, to bay their Liquors.
We ask of you a fair trial. We are eertaia we
cai gins satisfaction when yon visit oar city. We
would be pleased to see you at
No. 28, FIRST STREET,
Next door to Hollingsworth A Bro.'s Qnesnsware
btore. aad ihow you our stock, consisting In part
or Foreiju and Domestic
Brandies, Winss, Gins, Rams, Ac.
Of Whiskies,
Best Bourbon, Rye, Mononijahela,
Robinson County, IvamelTTrish,
Scotch, d- rr.any other brands.
Of Common Whiskies we rive Aurora, Old Vir
ginia, Mountain Dew, Orange Valley, and "Bally
for You." Of Bitters we have Plantation. "Be
.i 2 , , runcn, saesos,
Absinthe, ftclmapps. Smoking an! Chewing To-
ba'-co, Cigars, and A. S. Bonn'. Knur
.-.. u cw.iun, i.iw-aiaii. sc. funch
Remember the place, No. 28 First Street, four
doors below Syca'uora Street.
"TH N. F. CARS A 00.
sale ofITity property.
Great Sale of Choice City Prop
erty. ON TrESDAV, JANUARY 5th, 1884, WE
will sell at public aoction, at the door of the
Court House, in Evansville, the old end luna es
tablished STEAM FLOCRING MILL,
Situated immediately uu the bank of the Ohio
River, in the city of Evansville, aad well and fa
vorably known as
THE INDI ANA MILLS,
Together with we acres of ground. Including
the bank of the river to low water mark, and
the office, warcbuusc, aud ether buildings anpar
tenant. Tbe machinery of this Mill, though at present
out of repair, is of ths most superior character,
having been manufactured to the order of the
former proprietor, Mr. James Hewitt, with the
view of making a first class Mill, and without
regard to cost.
Since it was put in, the mill, though conducted
by agents, in the absence or the owner, has been
one or the moit snccessrul money -making estab
lishments or the kitid in Southern Indiana. For
the truth or this, we take the liberty of retirriag
to Mr. Geo. Wotaia, Sl.i-riff of Yanderburg conn
ty; Mr. Newton R jss of Princeton, Gibson coun
ty, and Mr. Lyman T. Bay leas, new of Mt. Yemen.
have respectively managed tbe mill for the
late proprietor.
Tl.is property, being centrally situated lost
at the lower lin of the City Wharf, presents a
rare opportunity to purchasers, either for MU1
purposes, or as a most desirable investment la
real estate, wh;-lt must rapidly esbanee In valas.
, At the n-.o- tim- ind rlare we will ll ea T.aI
in Mr. Richard Atkinson's Subdivision of Bl-cks
Nos. 1311 and 134, according to the plan of La
masco City (now Evansville.) See baud bttls for a
plan of said subdivision.
Also Lot No. 3, in Block No. 1T1.
Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, in Bloek No. ITS and
Lo: No. 2, in Block No. 174; aoeording te the
plin of Lama-co City.
Also44j feet front on Water street by 80 teet
deti'. fl- ?J on Leet street, by 98 feet
deep, parts of LofsNos. 7 and 8, in the Lower ln.
largement of the City of Evansville
Also 20 lots in block 44, according to the plan ef
Lamasco City ; said lots being 25 dt 119 feet wtrk
a 12 foot alley in real. wl
Also the following lots in the Southern Bnlarae
ment of the Oity r,r Evansville - uarge.
Lou 1". 11, 12, 13, u, 15 and 1C, iB Bloek Xe 2
No t 6" 7' 8" ' 10 U 12' 13 "d PC Week
Lot's 3n, 31, 37 and 38, in Bloek No 9
Lota 15 and 16, in Block No 10
Lots 11 12 13, 14 and 15, in Block ir ft
Lots 13 and 14, in Block No. 14
Lots 4, 5, 10, 11. 12. 13. IS aJ ,a I. RI-.L
L,otS 4, 5, 10, 11. 35 36 7 -.a
No IS. ' ' 37 Bd
Block
IMS will he on oftl.. 1 .
-r Eras'-
ville Citv r.rmprtv .. .rwl will bsS"Ja
aud without merm r.r. hare-sins will e
The title is perfect, and general warraa
i" be given. -roeerty, ex-
TERMS or PALE. The "TLTLitK.V- ...
oept the lots in block .OD.,btrd rash, the
Iargement will bfrMr,; said last mentioned
balance in one anu , balance in one two
lu forone-iM chasers giving their notes
-a'"T,d payments with interest, aad with-
ior rne urod by mortgage on the premises.
o ;ii ii riTtwnrrb a. uVw
chaNdLer a hikes.
Beal Estate Agents.
mA Vri-soN. Auctioneer. noI7-wtds
MEDICAL.
S. W. THOMPSON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Offict Aim Residence No. 35 WixaTt Steest
(At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.)
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
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