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- "i ll r i'Tf t . j - r ' I, i i i .,.,..... I .".I i ESTABLISHED, 1831. EVANSVIJXE, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1S66. VOLUME XVII. n "I I f! 4 4 u p ! X TELEGRAPH. Clement C. Clay Relfeased on Parole. Destructive Fire at Titu j ville, Pa. 1 Loss $300,000. Bank.'Hobberyl atrVevay, Indiana. j I a - H ow York':. ' Col le ctor- I - f ISi T.I.I.A N KOUK ITEMS. Vr.w York. Ai-ril 18. The strike on the city railroads continues with unabated inconvenience to travelers. In t,he foreabon of yesteMay the old hands on the Third avenue went to work,with the understanding that,their demands would be complied with, but tied! up. again . on hearing that such was'not the ''Companies" intention On the iother lines of the road. Traffic was more-eiUess-irregulary asd eased . altogether at 8 P. M. A riot took place last night, in the neighborhood of Thirtieth street and Third avenue. Arrests were made and the rioters separated without doing much injury. The Tribune's Washington special says: The New York Collectorship continues to be the theme of varied and general remark. A Senator stated to-night that Mr. Smythe would be readily confirmed, but that the Senate would probably postpone action on it for some time. True men of all sides commend the President's courage in breaking clear from all mere partisan presstrreT-and making-an appomtmerrt m the sole interest of commercial clashes. The Herald's Washington special says: The flying ,avalrTsquadro.n,.jfoj duty in the Eastern waters4, Jhaf been determined on. and is to consist of the sidewheel steamer De Soto, nine guns, flag ship; the iron-clad Monataufc, four! guns; the ' double-ender Sham- orock, seven guk,s; the ' double-ender Ashpel, seven guns; the side-wheel steamer Augusta, . nine guns. The double-ender Winooski is already en rouv"e ,fori; Eastport, -Me., ,and 5 the .-. stealer Donnine guns. - The squadron will be commanded by an officer with the rank of Acting Rear Admiral. The squadron is to leave for the rendezvous Eastport, Me. on the 30th inst.vand will re main a,ti 'ibIplaceruntiktlecreniin excitement subsides, after which it will mroceed to the Gulf of St. Law rence. Bay of Challeur, and other points on the British North American coat, to protect 'American, nsning vessels.' The Herald's Cornwall (C. W.) cor respondent of the 17th instant, says : ITtwiti th close of the nroceedines to-dav 'the' Magistrates, with treat good nature revealed in the streets all that had transmred. There have been tour witnesses underexamination One, Welsh, of Oakville, near Toronto, tes tified that Murphy had asked him to sell the bonds of the Irish Republic, and that he f MurDhv) said that $25,- 0(10 had been subscribed in Toronto SnencO1 'testified 'that on fast St" Pat rick's dav Murphy had made a sedi tions' srteech. and said $25,000. had been sent to O'Mahoneyfrom1 Toron to. Mr. Orr. of the Toronto Globe, testified that he reported the speech alluded to by Spence, but was unable to say whether ltsnna legally treason able. It seemaa to have that tenden cy. Cullin, one of the prisoners, was examined,' but refused to criminate himself. Col. Wheeler acts in the most reckless manner. In going from k ,the Court , Room.; lje.. turned and said a !Th1 ire'-' 'Jarviff. HhreatenuieW.'' ''I shall owe you something, sir.' He openly acknowledges his connection with the Fnianjtand says, that, Swee ney will'soou1 be- hre to liberate-him. Ex-Attorney General McDonald, the prisoner's counsel, is obliged to leave for Ottawa to-night. It is un certain who J will '3ueeeed' him as counsel for the defense. ? vi t;j ' Harra, one of the St.. Albans raid ers, is here staying with the Sheriff. TWwhftleoi the volunteers are to be retained here until the close of the trial, probably until me isi , ui ouue The apprehensions of a raid are sub siding. . rn..' i', y.r J ff , . -. FROM, HAIJFAX. Halifax, April 18.-A resolution in favor of the confederation of the T?,;tia, North American Provincesi and appointing' -a delegation to ! go to England to .Jitrange i details, nas pass ftf, thef iovo focotia Vk v. . - ' Parliament. RrTVAsr Mv Artril 18. To-day the Progressive Age says, on auttyrily of N. Gl JHighhonel, State -Treasurer, v &nib Ttill anthorizine ten million aoiiars duuiwuuai a-. banking capital for. New England, re serves nine and a half millions tor tne remaining State Banks of Maine. BANK ROBBERY. . VEVAvV-tolANi, lAVn'iS.Jrie First National Bank at Veyay, In dian, was broken open last .night and robbed of about $150 in change. The keys of the outside door and safe were, stolen from the Cashier while asleep: The robbers failed to get into the burglar-proof .oxv, 7:rj- FROM PORTLAND, ME. Portland, Maine, April 18. The Government has chartered the steam er; Regulator to take company of United States regular troops to some point-probahty EmTor;. She will lea-re on the at rival of the noon train, which is expected to bring General Meade. FIRE AT TITUSVILLE. TtT'vTJ.E. Pa., April I1- A f i fraaic bniUlinAon tlio corum Ha jnd Short f-trtiPts, and t1 t'-ndinir in nil directions wi rapidity. .-. J rift iouwni - the losses: Diiiiiiji'listJli & Cuic uia- fhinft shois: Unio'u Hotel: Railroad - i - " rt . n " . - ... Hotel; Ruflalo Joining saloon 7 AQara Good's foundry, andfinjhint ,wirtei Miller fc.Wishart s grocery; Ulmstead, & i Jewhurst'3.,v,painf. and ; oil' store; Mullen's cigar, ?ana .tobacco jaexory; Wm. Shieve.s grocery : Brown & Bar ron's hardware, store, the meat market a shoe ' Store; a smaii "groeery ami various other minor buildiugs. -):, LATER.--3IcMullen & Bryan s.toun- dry, the -Petroleum Hotel,. John Locke' &.' Son's machine fchop, and the jftakery next door to the foundry, are the onlv builainss lelt on rransnn street between the race-way and the railroad. Two, parties have, been arwsd on? suipicion '6f Tiafing caused- th. fire. Loss, $300,000. COLLISION. New York. April 18. The steam er! Citv of Norwich collided in the Sound, this, morning, with a -sehopnerv CUtwngtnB-Hveamcp luHJUKimuw act tin r fire to her and entirely destroy ing her. Ten persons are supposed to b lost. I The steamship City of Norwich, of the rlew Liondoa ana Mw iorit Steamship Company, collided with the a i. a w !-mrt. -n rr ( iiav s tt -n ti tt ti in .til schooner struck the steamer amid ship, cutting her through. Her fires communicated with the woodwork and fintirelv destroyed her , I he steamer had about fifty persons on board, forty . - 1 l " ' X ... l..',il MP otj wiiom wrsayea py , iwais xruui the steamer Electr'a, from Providence, and broueht to this city. The re tnainder are surtDOsed to be lost. She ws abandoned in a sinking condi won. The Uaptaip-and crew were taken on board the Electra, which lay bv the 8CeBeoi;isaster4ieany. two hoars, and until all was done that could be done to save the lives 01 those on board. FROM SAN FRANCISCO. San Francisco. April 17. About one hundred wnaiers nave recently . . . it i been heard from at Honolulu, as very successful, the amount of oil secured amounting to from 200 to 500 barrels each. . ........ . The bodies' of eight persons, killed by yesterday's explosion,; have been identified. Seven or eie-ht others are missing, who were probably blown to' att?ms. It is laterally well ascertained that the explosion was caused by con- Hussion on opening a dox oi miro glycerineihtpbi the; 50np.WtW!fi4 Pi 4 receive in consequence oi its uauiageu condition. The Board of Siipervi sors have issued an order causing all nitro glycerine found within the city td be seized ndj destroyed f:o- j THE PRESIDENT'S CAR. New York, April 18 The Secre tary of War has finally consented to the sale of the Presidential car, to Thos C. Duraut; Vice President and General Manager of :the Union Pacific railroad, who tenders , its -fuse to his Company for accommodating officers on arteciai 'occasions; ii' win leave New York in, a few days, for, , the .west with several of the Government Di rectors; to fro ' Out and ' examine the condition of the work ou the road. CARRIAGE MAKER. F. IIAMMERSTEIN, i J is'S- err oiiy, CORNER MAIN' STREET AND CANAL. The uncTerkiisrned has now on. hand a splendid assortment of Hnished Carriages ror rtpnug xraae. i ney are vx uie wini and lhost improved styles, and include Four-Passenger Rockaways, Ilgut kock aways, Buggies with Stationary and Shift ing Tops: also, fancy light, Trotting Bug gies and Prince Alberts. I have Buggies gotten np extra strong, for country use. Mv work is made of the very best and thoroughly seasoned timber, and ironed with extra retined iron. I use no factory wheels, my wheelfi being made bv hand at the shop, by theeit of meehas nics." t warranvall my work to give entire satisfaction in every respect. Persons wish ing to purchase anything in my line will nnu It to meir luucrai to cau nuu ciiwuiu m v siy-wr-k hefore nurchasiTiff elsewhere. propose to sell- nt the lowest isogble cash I nwl9 3m MARKET -REPORTS. A Pork dealer informs us that our quota tions yesterday of provisions -were grossly incorrect. He .furnishes m vthe following corrections: PROVISIONSvSteady; a-nd 3nfair!oxi- sumptlVfe de'mand. " "V BACON-Shoulder. 1 to 13c? Clear Sides 17J2C; Plain Hams i9c, and Canvassed Hams'21o.! ' f- . P'Ai.V- .l;i - LARD 18 to 18c ; kegs scarce, and sell ing in-a small .way at, 22c, r , - -, , ? 5 , , BUCK MEATS-Very little in the mar ket, and prices nominal at 10, 12, and 16c fdir shoulders, sides, and hams. l r nr. : -.,1 , ,rmm .. ..i,, , WH ' 1 SewYrkJUrh. r. rOTTON Jeavv ; ,f7o for simian!)?. i-f-lern i lx't.ir. wail 1 tx.i- i 7-t lur J mill -v. hi- a i-ii i i - i tilled. ' . V HET aiucn exeiteu, ana w ia dkv tr? 1 85 for Old Chicasro hpnng, ana i closing dull with less exciuwienb. ". RYE Firm at HWilae tor w esivern. - -4 BARLEY MALT Quieu - ; '. BARLEY Dull. , J CORN Better, .and .quiet .at SUcSoC Jor unsound, and 8s6c,' lor HOU!ia- imnea Western. , .... . . . OATS lc better; 450c.for.tieW Western and 5RJ0c for olddo..,,; . ',V -ri,- PETROLEUM Dull j:24J-? for "crude, antT' fiV:i7l4c for renntHtln nona. , ., PORK Iull and heavy r ' K fll26 (Wis fnn new mess, closinz at 26 00 cash : 2 W$ 25 25 for old do., and 21 50(322 00 for prime. let: 2540c for dhiol and 4i fefiOc for State. :;, . :r ' .. ".T . j '' " '. Mo'sE-TAKYi"). MONEY Easy at 5 and 6 per cent. KTVRT.TXi-JOniet, Rl, 107Viii?10S ' GOVERNMENT STOCKS- Inactive and 1 firm. --V'. '-. r! ... .--..:. v- STO K Ktrong ;. L. s oi oi, coupons, 105; .V20 coupons, of. '65, 104;. 10-40 cou-, pons 7-3oVlst. series, lOlJr-AI series, 101. - .,, ..... : M..-f ' .- .- OOLD More active and fii-mer; opening ,s 12ti)2, declining to 120?, and. closing at Villi. Jr.i ir; .n Cincinnati 5f arket. Cincinnati, April 18. PTOITR Held 50c higher, but 25c advance was as much as was obtained. ' There was no speculative demand. We quote super fine at 7 5037 75; extra, 8 50AS 75; family , 9 5010 00, and fancy, 10 50(312 25.- - -WHEAT In moderate demand from millers and the higher grades advanced ;. Lower grades unchanged. Sa 2 red, 1 f'V 2 00; No. 1, 2 12rti2 15; No. 1 red, 2 3j2 j, ana cnoice, i .- (.."UKJ4 uuu eua uno.nangea. -. ,- i -RYE Nominal and bnr-iianged t ATS lc hfeher : 41fis2c for No. I. t WHISKY In better demand a6 2 22, t MESS PORK Held more firmly at 7i 2tf 00, with small sales. ; - juAKU lieia ai lovic ior ciuy, wnuuc mandat 180 from New York. BULK MEATS Unchanged, and very little demand. GROCERIES Steady. EGGS Steady P ;u u ,4 r 1 1 B UTTER. 740e. v ; . GOLD 1257g12ti. - ' ' ' ! , St. lonl Market. . ., . . - St. Louis, April 18. FLOUR Dull. WHEAT Dull and unchanged. CORN Buoyant; 63c for mixed; 6567c for yellow; and 7376c for white. , i ... OATS HiKhe1: 42(8450. PROVISIONS Unchanged. . WHISKY Dull and lower at 2 172 17. C. C. CLAY ON PAROLE. (Fortress Monroe,, -April 18. Clement C. Clay was released on pa role this morning. T " . j SADDLERY. WHOLF.VUElvirD RETAIL , STEINBACH & WACK, No. 67 Jialn Street, j -v:-:: '..(.i i. evansville, ind. WE KEEP COXSTASTLY 31 hand a full assortment of all goods in our line, but call the special attention of Merchants ana waaaiers w our supenur HORSE.COLLARS, nnishedy instead of with buckles and straps, with A. Steint baolrs newly invented and patented. irJ . Collar-Fastener. Qri-eantao-es of this fastener a The advantages of this fastener are 1 Dur ability, the Fastener warranted to out , the Collar; '2. Saving of time in put-, the Collar on and on" the horse s neck ! last ;.,.. tVia f "oil! V OT1 3. Neatness of finish. This Collar is worth a half-dollar more to the farmer than tne old-fashioned one. 1 ; ' , Examine our stock before you buy, ana you-will save money. decl-i anm. r 0LAW CARPS. . WM. KEAVIS, Mso, REAL ESTATE and COL,JL,Cii eet, between Thira ana er Keller's Gun Btorej, IT. M0KK18 8. JOHNSON. JESSE W. WALKER. WALKER, JOHNSON k i Attorneys Office on Third street, nearly opposite the Court-House, at the building formerly oc cupied by the late Dr. John T. Walker. novl-5 an . AiVAii , r johnson ti n ( Attorncy-at-lJiw, KJfiT A TLY-PUBLIC. and REAL ESTATE 7 ..... -i - AGENT. - a-Soldiers' and all other claims pro- CUoac-Evanville, lad. . apU5 dtf BUILDING. ; . BUILDING. i e. TTE. THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING associated ourselves toeether for the purpose of carrying on the Building Business In all Its branches, are now prepared to make CONTRACTS for aU or any portion, of any kind pf Buildings, and we think our arrangements are such that we can r Give 'General Satisfaction, Both as" to quality ,and prOmtriygsWj. - ; ' 4 y Z' : ---z. : ; ... Our vVoiU Hhot is situatnateO on the . ti- ti tuft pan : Jul n rs fail be UUliil . liiUE LAnTT, 1 f n aplO THOS. GRANT. DRUGS II CHEMICALS CEDAR CASPHOB- A , . . The best preparation in the world for the prevention of moth and insects of all kinds. . , . :" . - .:t kI ; Another supply of Diamond and Gold u,st for the tiair. . Elf CHAISK A NO RINGS A large assortment on mum ! . i - J, logw Jt: I HE J. A- FARINA' received. JL 6.ud Glycerine Soap, in bars, for sale at SsMain street. . . - . a N OTHER sum. w nine Lubin' Extracjt Just come to hand. . ! f . A tAKSTOCK OF f BYSTAUXK Ball Soap just received. ' . -; ' ; , 44 J r r, 1ABGEASSOKTJHWT OF FISH- ing Tackle on hand. ' f ' t 1 k. a BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT or JtjL. Hair Brashes just come to hand, A FRESH STOCK OF TURKISH r. iff A LARGE STOCK OF BIRD CAGES For sale at cost. RIENT DROPS Just received at SCH LAEPFER'S tf DRl UG STORE. OLD. ANDRELIABLE j (Established 1850. ; j WHOLESALE DRUG STORE. Keller "rWliite, 1 32 Main Street. - feb7-6m . " J. K. SHACKELFORD... 8. R. HORNBROOK. Shackelford A Hornbrook, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND REAL ES- - TATE AGENTS, - Office on Third Street, between Locust - Prompt attention given to Colleo Uonu. aug3lU MISCELLA1IEOUS. - !:Xf'.'I.OfIV..I O ! 1 '.FOR THE BENEFIT OF . " Ht. FoIm's Churcli, 1 !;-" 'May 21st,186. - Particulars will be giveik in due sea- ADAMS EXPRESS" COMF AM. miic at Ann express COMPA. JU ,ny: resptctluiiy announce . to meir friends and patrons-r-the public of Evans ville and vlcmity-that, with increased fa-' cilittes for the tmnsportation of -f-s v i: Freight,- 'Packages.- Honey and ' V ;s. - tl n r,' ' Vr - iv ii j'i pxwni t--n i tiHirtni u-l tut- ufwa; w iiit t r-.,-.'ky t,l ft 1 VWt.-. K-f. . THOMAS GUTHER, Agfntr Ac:.. i:itt mis i 1 ' maris BARTLETT JEWING t MACltLNEr 7g" ICK.NSEl tinder ' patents ' or Howe, JLi Wheeler & Wilson, Grover .& Baker,. and Singer Co's, and the oly Cheap Ala- chine in tne united u.e. uaviug hj right to use the. Wheeler & Wilson or four motion Under Feed. We want Agents to sell them. ; Will pay 850 to 8200 per month. or allow large commissions.; w in sena Machines, to be paid tor when bow. or circulars, terms, &c. enclose stamp and ad dress . PAGE BBO'S, Genl Ag'ts :: At either of our offices, Philadelphia, Pa. Toledo, O., or St.' Louis, Mo. . .'. oews Willi single or uuuuic wreau. i-i-entiflo American. , , , apr II dlm,w2m. TO FARMERS. i -i new KaroK: 4G lim l STREET. i t 'fj.i i r. i . i t n '. x v fMaUliews & FuIIertoii1 Have for ai. at Wholesale and Retail, a v.fii e!ect(i Stck of Wood and Willow Ware, Agriculta , ral . IapUsats, ; Ec 222 . Keep mg Articles, and 7 - i In their Stock will be;fouiidis RUSSELIS Reapers and Mowers, 7 - QUAKER A CHAMPION Reapers and Mowers; ;,- . THKEMIIU JHacnines, ' ' C " j EVAPORATORS, - . UNION CHURN Makes Butter- in Two . - Minutes. - -..-.is '- ; : " CORN ! MII.IS (Queen of the South.) FANNING. MIIAS Stanford New Pats- ' ent' J ' THE CHEAPEST .:. Is smaller Outside, and has larger RAddlen. Wax More and Better jtauoies. uoes wioe the work of, and better than, any other v.nnlnM Mill-Iiiui ,an tJif muu uown JOLT, with side shake, cleans and sepa rates-all kind iSv nj M. M mw -m-kr- - , I . CORN SlitiliLERH, HOSIER .Wheat Drill and Seed Sower, ....... The best in the woria. t -. : t - . CIDER MILLS,' nnRK If V roKH and Lifter. .11 f E. l.iW.iiJttT iew iraienu ,- V.TheChpewt simplest, ngest, lightest Fork, and most power-; stronsrest. ful Loiter now Known. : HTDR'AE LIC tlothes Washer, ' - Watii-v hi.i-eaky Shirts, by force of. the Water, Without Kubbing. ; Washes more nt a time and in-!er th.'iii afiiv other stf-h ' :. ju tt r.H -vrli.c-r. PLOUGHS A --luoK. i One Hor so "WHEAT I3fLI FAUCET --d Measure Combined, "New Patent and Great :ooven.lpuce. B.tlS-WATiiE Fll'ort'r-s l!'-u. 4 Durable and Effective;,' , NON-EXPLOSIVE Coal Oil Cans, .'"..;, . , A Cheap Insurance. UKFREEZARI.E Pumps, (Sew Patent, i Which agitate the water; cheaper and more effective than Chain Pumps or any ' other kind of Water Elevators. COFFEE ROASTER (New Patent..) , ..r ... ,, tjoes by Clockwork, Roasts Coffee without needing attention, browns every grain to the same color, and if nsed in connection with our Old Dominion Coil'ee Pot, will make always perfect Cof fee. 5 - - ' .,.-';. 1 ; NEW LAMP SHADE and attachment, I VK'S Patent for Coal Oil. the Lamp to be nuca.trimniea ana iigni without . removing ' Shade- or Chimney ; casts no shadow beneath the Lamp; is more portable than Gas, much cheaper, and a better light for the eye. Many firms in New York have ntsrarded to use this Ivmp and Shade. BIRD CAGES, the linest ever brought , here? and a large assortment of FRESH FLOWER SEEDS, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, AND HOUSE-KEEPING ARTICLES. ,. ; FIELD SEEDS BOUGHT and SOLD. MATTHEWS novf dtfw4t A FULLERTON. No. 40 Main Street. I1ISURAHCE. J FIRE, INLAND, AND ACCIDENT r Insurance Agency, NO. 6 SOUTH WATER STREET, ; ; Between Main and Locust, " - - V. '; , EVANSVIIXK, INJJ. . , vasMngtoii Insurance Co., ; ; ' ; No. 172 Bkodway, New York. Awst....-.......... -.....1.'...9S391 46 Does a General FIRE and INLAND MA-i RINB Insurance business. Policies enti tled j-t participate -receive. SEVENTY FIVE CJKNT.- of the net pronto.. Four i'Tiitive tiviiftiis in' "ftTY PKll CENT. KAt;iI titlar-d to art,ipv,; ' inft cuhtom- i-s ty tu linnjauy, ' ... ' t itel. vWUi r ; r v a y. N ew 'V' r K. .....-wi..555SS 6 A(et... Insv.i i Buildinps; Merchandise, Hor -nitnre. .Rjits."Iases. and ot r hold Fuj property against loss and damage by FIR 1 . i ' '. - ' . i V" -UNITED- v': . . - :.Je-d.''IIajme' Ins.'.Co. l OS1 CINCINNATI AND COYliTON: Aefe....-...'..... 1 Insures HULLS, CARGOES and FLAT BGATS, at fair rates of premium. Among its patrons are David Gibson & Co C. L. Bumont A Co., Capt. Davidsoi & Co, of Cincinnati; Messrs. Ford A Co., Lane & Bartley, J- H. Ferry & Co., of Louisville and New Albany. , ;, . vl " , NEW .YORK. t I ACCIDENT , INSURANCE CO. !iiCapItL....l..".....-.-.. S3&O,O00 Insures against i"ACCIDENTS.', Coupon Tiskets insuring $.5000 in event of death, una $& per week in case of disabil.ty irom acci ilent of any description. Policies from on month to five years, insuring to in event of death, and W to m weekly ciu Densationi in case of disability, at to per 1,000 per annum. . ,, atg-All losses promptly adjusted nod r'- Policies issued in all the above com panies on favorable terms by . . i - EDGAR SIIAttPE, Agenl, narl7 tf )' No. 8 South Watisr Stri .i.T- NEW DENTAL OFFICE. THE SUBSC31EER WOULD RFSPE- '" fully inform the citizens of Evansville ana vicinity, that he has removed from his old office, on Main street, to . , , .No. lO First Street,, , BETWEEN MAIN AND LOCUST, Where he is now prepaml to perform all the various operations lielonging to the Profession, in the mot skillful manner viz.: ' ' FILLING, CLEANING, EXTRACTING & : ; INSERTING ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Careful attention- Riven to Children's Teethi I would call particular attention to my style of ARTIFICIAL WORK. Fmixi one Tooth to full sets inserted by Buctioa or Atmospheric Pressure. Full sets alwa s, and in many cases partial pieces. wh re the moutli will admit of it, will be insert without the luse of Clasps, answering a!l the purposes for which they were intended. Personal attention given in every case. The best anaesthetics used to alleviate pain when extracting teeth. Terms reasonable. ' - . - DR. J. C. BIERBOWERkjj V" - No. 10 First St., bet. Main and Locust, Ev-, ansville, Ind. . . mar3-6m DRS. HAAS & COOKE, 1 Rooms over First National Bank, , ' Corpe'r Main a.nd First Streets', ' '?. fr'i ; Evansville, Ind. (, rrEl.ISG DiTLY THANKFUL FOR; iiw vrrv tU-crnl putn-i..-..-" re-vi'J--1 u,,rlrir I u; " v -.;, , t - lv-r:i::.r f- rv If -!- -Ji !-'"" 1 k . ; - h " (v. i.eii.cr ty tt::ir prfJ sioi.U sfi VH-.H .r U'-ti t-j;--it ihr-.r rwif. and v; the various styiv of work xnana Ini'tiirtfi. - . Improvements uni itivt-ritions are b-!.rit mail.-, and every thiu that will suhwrve. the Interests -of their paueins is sfcv;Ufi ij . ttiem. Their 'establishment and facUltiea are equal to any in the Eastern cities. They have several A n!s tfietica for -alleviating pain when extracting teeth. ; Cheeks that are sunken can be restored: , to nearly their original contour. - - A'l desirable styles of ARTIFICIAL TEETH made any whe) in the United States are made by us. Irregularities of Children's Teeth suceetsi wily corrected. - Those, having Decayed Teeth should either have them extracted or filled (the. latter if possible). The tve alth of the par ties and the remaining teeth demand it. - , Neuralgic Anection ireaiea; also cie 1J to HOTELS. American Jlouse. JOHN TRAVIS, Proprietor, Water St., between Kain SywwuoM Opposite Steamboat Landing, Evansville, IlaFree Omnibus running from the De pot. aprlS 1!