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THE EVANSVI1L,E DAILY JOU3EIBTAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1866.
.1! .! liew Metropolitan. -j.- , FIRST STREET, ', , , : , Between Vine and Sycamore. Martin Golden, Manager. K. C. Grierson, Acting and Stage Manager . .Last Night but Two of the IVr-i JW-EB'B SISTERS; ) who have been induced to repeat the great . Burlesque of PCM3A-HON-TAS. BELLA GOLDEN will, by request, c! ! sing "Beautiful Dreamer. ' ( ' ,VXHIKS1AT JETEXIXG, April 19th, .;: . will be presented the Drama of : The Wandering Boys of Switzerland To conclude with PO-CA-HON-TAS; ' -': Or, the' Gentle Hataobu ?! i'i ) . Jij .i 'i u m .. ai ;;., Doors open at 7? the curtain will rise promptly at 8 o'clock. The Box Office will be open daily from 10 A.M. to 4 o'clock p.m., when seats may be secured without extra charge. LOCAL notices. : 8, Mahogany and Fancy Table Oil Cloth has just been opened at i . Y Sl Schapker, ' B tssiNQ & Co's. A furnished room, without board, wanted by a gentleman, v. Ad dress: Drawer, Box 41, P. O., stating terms, &c. Aprl9 d2t. gyA fine assortment of Silk, Silk Thread, and,Grloves at No 82, Main street. " ' Hawley & Smith. . apl9-lwd. ... Patent Medicines. t . - i - " Some of the largest and most sue- 'stceeaful business men' in the 'country are those who hare confined their at tention to the preparation and sale of - i Potent Mflimnfts- l will Vnoti do to say that they have made their money by simply humbugging the people. Their medicines, in most instances, ;';;itmust possess merit, or they, would not " meet with salo for any length of time however vigorously and1 systematic allv thev mizht be advertised. The caynes oPJtaadelph.ia,tlflOAyires! of Boston, the various Sarsaparilla A manufacturers, Hembold of New '. York, and the different .men , who have engaged in the preparation ; of tonic bitters, have all realized tor- lave a" "auuw e Vi:thm baTe. builtN -il'luhesl and some magnificent marble palaces in, which to carry on their business. , , ; T)r. K..' A. Armistead.' ot our City, in connection with Messrs. Cloud & Akin, wholesale Druggists, has pre pared several patent medicines which promise to become as popular, and prove far more efficacious, than those which 'bate attained ta fame in the East. First, we have Armistead's Tonic Syrup,- a sure cure, for, Fever and "Ague. " Next, 1 Armistead's 'Uni versal Ointment, for the cure of all manner of ulcers, sores, burns, &c. Lastly1 Ve: notice1 Armistead's Pile Ointment, an excellent remedy, said 'j 'tobeJ by those who have tried it: v-1 -Dr.' 5 Armiatead has i long been- a ".n practising ' physician ' in ' Henderson',' ,i' ncl is till engaged in his profession ' - (J ih ' our city, 1 His preparationa hare .p- - met with - hearty approval when, tried, and jnust ultimately becomewide- spread in their usefulness. j Messrs. Cloud & Akin, who prepare and sell these medicines, are excellent I Druggi8ts!one 6f J Ihein, Mjr. IJloud, is, perhaps, one of the most intelli gent and thorough chemists in the State. We are quite confident he would 'notpermit -Ms" own, or the name of the house with which he is i connected, to go on a worthless medi cine. tS3Go to Warren '& Conyngtbn's for Pianos. The finest instruments made in this country, are there, i ; ; 'l 1 ! egThe best stock if baby: Cabs in the city, are at ; . apl9-lw. Warren k Conynqton S.v Crescent i City Silver Band, Attention I You are requested to meet at the store of Warren & Qon yngton at 4 o'clock this evening. 1 ' ' G. W. Wtarren; Leader. h ,.',. ;- v f !.;, - 8J Great decline in Silks at Head & Mooeny's. New Style and New j. Stock entire, of. Silk Basques, Sacks, .Ci at 371 per cent, reduction. Good Black Dress Silk, three-quarters wide, at tl!35 Der yard. , - Those wanting a silk basque will do well by calling at Head & Mooney's No. 40 Main street. ' - f Cincinnati. April. 17 Noon.--The river nas iauen v " inches water in the channel. W eather lear;' thermometer 75. j i 'k-rLead the aaveruaeuicun , vi t i - 1 JUv. , . . ' 4 ' ' Washington Housx.We notice that considerable improvements are being made in the in ternal" arrange ments of the Washington House. The office is undergoing some changes, and the rooms are to be newly papered soon. We arc, glad .to notice this spirit of enterprise. M Xi Vpeals' weU for the proprietress, Mrs. Webb. j Wanted. A Situation in a Busi ness house or office as Porter, Clerk or Book-keeper ;'has filled each of these places to entire satisfaction. No trouble to give the lest references, Address Book Keeper, 13-lw P. O. Lock-box S. Ice. Persons wishing to be suppli ed withiIcSl theiainpf prJce that canal Ice is furnished, will leave or-t ders at Cook & Healy's House Keepers,' Emporium, No. 76 Main street. j aplb--w FRESH FLOWER SEEDS ! AT j Mathews Fullerton's. j apl4-lw j i ., Wanted.-?-; A good girl Jtodjo gener al housework. Apply to M rs. Golden, Locust street, between First and Sec ond streets, south side. Sewing Machines. As there is aU present mucL inquiry for good Family Sewing Machines, :o to Bittrolfi1& Co., No. 28 Main street, and .see the Wilcox & Gibbs, one of the best They have all the good points !of other celebrated machines, with none V! .ijiiirlSTi iri,A -4 vi. iuch uiwtquwjm. auc jiih-c, i also, is reasonable, being about 25 per cent.lower. Call a"d see one in oper ationv ' ijI ' ' ' J o; aplg-lw Keep it before the people !of JVranderburgh- and neighborkig. eoun- ties, that Larlin keeps constantly On hand the best Cassimeres, Cloths and Vestings, &c., which can be obtained any where,' and' that his'-cutting and making of gent's garments cannot be surpassed. All sorts of Clothing, comprising ' - boys and youths' suits, can be found at this establishment ' in . H rt 't-t -,?' i fPdles9' .vane y. ..CaU ,ana, see, aste nas greauy. reauceu ine pnqp on every thing he has in the .Girthing line, and is seuing ior less tnan any otner nouse in tW city at No. 8 First tTeet. w'(xXNASitTo&9 ';4esmng' the establishment of a irvmnasiuni in the - : . - . City, are informed that a 'Subscription nnnpr la bfen rA'lof in the nanrU nf paper nas been piace- in tne flanas oi Mr. Dobejl, alhis book store,', on Mam! street, where quested to terms are $10, signing the' paper, and the i balance! at tne time me gymnasium is openea. iv ; ! . ' i : I. . . f .K ! ;v"'i.Lt'r;.it v be': rememberedthat Hawle & Smith are prepared 4o fur nish to order, "or ready-made, every thing desirable;, and, seasonable for Gents-and Boys' wear. Call at the Great Wardrobe and look at the new goods. ' t(?- s i : i EMWiAPFUiK16- Hisses Emma and Ada Webb: We. the undersigned, annreeiatihar true dramatic genius, Tand the arduous efforts displayed by each of you to amuse i and please, tfie batrons of the New Metropolitan Theatre during your sojourn m our, city, would, as a slight tofcen. c?the esteem ano-Tegard in which you are held by our citizens, respectfully tender you a Compliment ary. Benefit, to: be given on Friday evening, the 20th inst., if the time will suit your protessional engagements : Morris L. Johnson,' W, B.' Menifee. J. B. Head, Geo. W Shanklin, John Travis, J oseph JSemomn. H. VV . CJloud, VV. tl. f. IStodaara, Jesse aijcer, W. ILHoleman. W. A. Pasc.B. H. Griffitbr, Phih Geissler, ELowenthal, Moses Kohn, W. H. Law, WJ F. BycrsiX hnw Go'rg Wafren, Thos. Mooney, G. W. Hawley, Thos. Gaither, J. N. Silverthorn. j 3etrs. Morris S. Johnson - IV. B. Manifee, George" W.;Sha7iJch'n, W: II. IIoleman,:TJiomas Gaither J. N. Silverthorn,'r'nd others: Gentlemen: ifo t note has been read with more than ordinary pleas ure and gratification. ' In our itiher , an . interesreo ' jare re- nant tnereon, witmn tmrty aaj- . . 1 - l I - . . j I nkliAnt4M. " 11,1c, 1 .... t uai auii euuaviiiws. x ub . . I , a Mi McGrifi: , -Clerk of the city of , for One year, i'nstrUC- I Evansville, do hereby certify fliat the fore- tlODL use of the room afiid " all Includ-1 order of saidjConncil, passed on the 12th - 7; t. ' 1 ' V ' n - ' " : .-J--- " . . i day of March, A.D. 1866, so far as Tt Yelates ed.' 1 r ive.douars are to be .-paid on to the within-named lot. s ancy you shall not De iorgouen since we remember you as friends. That we,, may prove worthy shall . bej i the study ' of our lives, as we are j en couraged by your kindness, itf feeling that you believe, even in our. profes sion, where, to the thinking and intel ligent mind, there is found more to enlighten than to darken even here, dwelling in its midst, surrounded by all its allurements, we may.underiHis watchful eye, 4e sublimated into piety. - " With 'heartfelt thanks; your grate ful and obedient servants; 1 ( ' -- it Emma H. Webb, -' ": f ;iv 'Ada"L WebbJ ' o-' ; EvanaYille, 'April 1, 18C6. V- IEX. RIGGS. On the 7th inst., of lung fever, Wm. RitQtt in the sixty-ninth year of his age-. , ..... ' ' The. funeral will take, place this, morn ing, at Meehanicsvllle, at ten o'clock. Friends of the family are Jnvited to attend. ' ! KKW ADVERTISEMENTS. if., INSTRTJCTIOliTX Evansville Collegiate School. f Tf lit' 9i THE THIRD TESM OF THIS IN- stitution -closes -May 5th, and the Fourth Term commences May 7th. ., Parents who would like to trust their boys under my carershould' hot fail to balf son: 5 13 a I CITlTr HOTICES. ; -v . ;, Election-Notice., - i IT IS RIEREI ET THE COMMOSf Council of the City of Evansville, that, on MONDAY, the 30th day of April, 1H66, an election shall ie held in said city, in pur suance of "AK. 'Act to amend the fortieth clause of section thirty" of the charter of said city, passed at the last session of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana. 'i'ne said election snail De neia ror the purpose of ascertaining whether the quali fied voters of said city do or do not desire the Com" mon Council aforesaid, for and on behalf of said city, to subscribe for and take stock in the- Evansville and Cincin nati Railroad Company to the amount of ONE HUNDRED. .AND -, FIF.TY. . THOU SAND DOLLARS. 1 1 ,Vl!'$r1 Said election shall be by ballot: and trpon. "-e ticket of those who desire said stock to be so taken.'as aforesaid, shall be written f. printed-the words " Take Stock," or oiner wowis clearly expressing sucn ciesire; and upon the ticket of those who do not desire said stock to be So taken, as afore said, shall be written or printed the words "Take No Stock," or other equivalent words.. .. .-.:'. ,;,, .? :; i.:f In all other respects the said election shall be conducted in the same manner, and be governed by the same rules and regulations, as the regular annual elec- uon ior omcers or saia city, except mat no one can vote at said election who shall not nave paid a city tax within twelve months next be fore such election. Said election shall be held at the usuai places of holding city elections; and notice of the time and places of holding said elec tion shall be given by publishing a copy of the order six days it two daily newspapers printed and published in' said city; the last of which publications shall be at leawt five days before the time of holding said elec tion. One of said newspapers shall be a German paper, and publish a translation of this order in the German language; and no unimportant defect in such translation shall affect the validity of the notice. ?r? -'2 A. frf'McGRIFF, Clerk". Evansvllie.'ApririS, 18ttS. j it 11 ; n.l0n.55P m?-l I ' . : : . i VS. it ' ORDER OF COCNCIl IIRKCTI5f LOT ,TO BE FILLED. , i And nowhere it appearing to .the'ComS mon Council of the city of Evansville that the south-east one-third () of lot number two nunarea ana seventeen (ai7), uonauon ir lTnluifrovwianT id un LltnutaH thai FotQi nnL lecU and remains stagnant thereon:; and the owner ot said Jot is hereby aildreauirea bv the said Council directed to fill un said lot to swh a" height, as will prevent water from icCJiecting and remainfug stiig- s iron tne ri-ii- nereto-snosorijee my -name ana 1.-3EAI..J afflxea tne 8eRl of said cityt hls TfT 19th day of April, 1866. - apr!9 6t . A. T1. JMcORlFfi Cifik. ORDER OF COHJiCIl DIRECTISG ..,, - LOT TO BE FILLED. ; And now here it appearing to the Com mon Council of the city of Evansville that lot number two hundred and nineteen (219), Donation Enlargement, is so situated that water collects and remains stagnant thereon ; and the owner of said lot is heref by directed ana reqnirea ny tne saia coun cil to till up said lot to such a height as will prevent water from collecting and regain ing stagnant thereon, within jthirt days from the publication of this order. t I, A. M. McGriff, Clerk of the cit of Evansville. do herey certify that the fore- going is a true and. completecopy o an oraer ot saia uouncii, passea on tne ivxi? day of March, A.D. 18j6, so far as it relates to the within-named lot. i In- witness whereof, I have cc , hereto subscribed my name and li5Ai,.j affixed the seal of said city, this . . . v ; 19th.day of April, l!6.s apr!9 6t , : - 7A. M. McGRIFF.'Clerk. H. E. BLE2IRER Has' removed from; His old stand on Main .street to his new house, i :-.!.: -r a.!.'- ! -a. UV-i No. 14 Second Stream ', : Between Main and Sycamore, and received a large addition to his stock of ware, so that he now has the largest and best select ed stock in the tity of V OA. I . .. Plain JaM; Fancy ; Tinware, Cooking find Heating Stove'Mantles, Mantle Fronts, the very best Enameled Grates, fine and common; Skillets ana Lids: Ovens and Lids; Sugar-Kettles; Dog-Irons; Smoothing-irons, fancy ana common Coal Hods, and Vases; Britan nia "Ware; Iron, Tinned, and Enameled Ware, and everything connected with; the business; in fact, a general assortment or -"HOUSEFURNEHING S- A good assortment of Tinners' Stock. All Jobbing, such as GUTTERING, ROOFING, Ac, done at short notice, j Offers to sell cheap, at wholesale or tetaiL yruers soiicitea. i x. BAIRD... .Q. H, START. n i in n cm i nin 1 . - P A 1 li 1 0 A A. U if (Successors to W. M. Aikman & Co.,) GENERAL AGENTS, PRODCt'E, Forwarding and Commissioiw Mer chants, Evansville, Indiana. Refee jto H. o. Wheelerj Pres't First National Bank. Jnd Sam'l Orr, Vice President EvansviUe National Bank, ' '- 'v- " ( . Ajenta for Ohio River Salt Co. nolHj ' - i icr Liitz. in a i l nr niiu twin uiTTt-r i i yji ti I j. t .-In. witness whereof. I have MILlIKERi:Ar ftrst-clasa Milliner, at MRS. SCHFER'S, between Main and Sycamore. f aprlO tf HAKDS-To work in a Sash, Door, and Blind Factory". The highest wages and steady employment will be given to good men who understand their business. None others need apply. Inquire at the factory. HUNNEL & SONS, ; Corner Walnut street and the Canal. apr!8 Evansville. A RARE CHANCE FOR AN ENTER prising man to make money in a manufacturing business that pays 125 per cent, profit. Ten thousand pounds have ceen sold in the last month by one man. But little capital is required to carry on the business. For particulars, Inquire of A. JOHNSON & CO., i Division street, between Third and Fourth, next door to Central House. aprld lw FOR RENT. "Ipr V H E Th e house on Main street now JC3L occupied by Street & Burt is' Marble Works, f nquire of t JOHN A. REITZ. aprlltf - .... ;. FOUND. MOSEYr-A small sum of money, Whichl the owner can have bV nrovine Dro-i perty and paying for this.advertisement. M tt J'. U W , ( . , , --. . . ... . FOR SAT.JI. T EATMEB . BKlTIlVG r- SUPERIOR JLi Leather JBelting, 5,000 feet, from 1 to U inches, for sale by . - - aprlOdlw . -: , GEO. S.: SONNTAG & COj. OID -WHITE WllE AT. HOIK-A choice brand, by.-. t- -.,;- ,-. ; . . ...,.!..-, , -m :-. COX & HUMPHREY, -aprlidtf Water Street. rNE - EJffilSE AKD BOILER With IL Pump and everything complete, and ready to run 0 Inch cylinder and ltf inch stroke.- Boiler 16 feet long, and 32 feet i diameter. Apply to BLOMER & HOING, aprl4 , .' Main St., bet. First and Second. 'ntACKFORD'S ' ESTATE Building ,13 Lots in Upper Enlargement I am au thorized to sell fractional lot 11, In iot Nos. 7, 8, 27, 49, 52, 58, and 59, in the Upper Enlargement,-at reasonable rates, and on easy terms. Apply to . -apl4d8teod .THOS. .E. GARVIN, Third Str OUSE Apply to Captv A Darling. ' A: Two-Story, Brick House.-con tainine iz rooms, witn excellent; ceiiar ana -roomy garret; one- acre of ..land finely improved with fruit trees and 8hrubbery.it Out hous es of all kinds in perfect order. Location; for beauty and healthfulness, unsurpassed. Will be sold much under its value. m31-3w r ARM Containing 180 acres, 75 acres of which are cleared; Is situated on the Ohio River, abouteight miles above Smith land. For further particulars inquire of C janI7 J. C. DUSOUCHET & CO. s AUCTION SAT.KS. A RARE CHANCE! ) . Building Lots at Auction.; " I WILL, NI'LL, AT THE DOOR OF the court-house, in 'the city of Evans ville, on SATURDAY, April 21, 1866. eight fine Building Lots, containing from two to five acres each, on the plank road, near Pigeon Creek, and near the Old Fair Ground. Four of said lota front on the plank road, and the other four front on a street back of the first lots. These lots have fill been, platted, -and are, very desirable .building site ftwv persons doing, business m tne city. Terms maae Known on aay oi sale. Title good. Sale to commence At 2 o'clock p.m. : , . -"A.G. SULLrVAN, Real Estate Agent. H. Gumberts, Auctioneer. aprlS tds Auction Sale of Bufldings, Lumber, . : : Fencing Wagons, &c. ! . . THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL at public auction: on the premises, on SATURDAY, Aeiui. 21, 180B, at 10 o'clock a.m., a good Dwelling House, large Frame Barn, a large Stable (capable of accommo dating sixty head of horses); also, about 20,000 feet of good Building Lumber, be sides somtf good Plank Fencing yalso, some Wagons and a Buggy; together with some good Work Horses and Mules. Come and examine, at the head of Water street, Evansville, Ind. ' Terms cash. L. ADLER. aprlS tds . : -Valuable Real Estate "for' Sale. mHE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER rJL for -sale; at -auction,? on BATpRDAY, "APRii. zwttt, irom -tne porcn' xr tne oia Branch Bank in this city, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 12 in., imme diately afterv the i sale of -the banking house, that desirable tract of land known as the " Old Fair Ground." The tract con tains sixteen acres, more or less, and for a country seat, or market garden, there is no pot more worthy the attention of, pur- eh'Bsers. it is situate two ana ariiait miles from the city, on the plauk road. Terms of sale One-half cash, the other half within twelve months, witji interest, secureu oy mortgage. ' M SAMUEL ORR. aprl8dts,wlt C R. BEMENT. ? . Valuable Property for Sale. WILL BE HOLD TO THE HIGH--est Bidder, "from the portico of the Branch Bank, on- Saturday, the 28th of April, between the hours of ten and twelve o'clock a. sc., the Banking House Property of the Evansville Branch of the Bank of the State of Indiana, being lot No. 35, : Old Flan of Evansville, (except a strip 5 feet in width, adjoining lot No. 36,) with the Bank- Inst TIoiiko i ii'i ti . n rl o M improve. mcDU iheieou; conditioueU thut tlio prop erty will be sold subject to a lease to the Ev ansville National Bank, extending to the 1st day of March, 1867, at a monthly rent of 3200payahle quarterly, and conditioned, also, that all taxes and assessments there on for thq current year. (I860) shall be. paid by the' purchaser whlch conditions will be inserted in the Deed. Terms of sale cash. By order of the Board of Directors. ; - G.- W.-RATHBONE, Pres't. Evansville, April 16, 1806. aphid tds hall's Vegetable ' Sicilian HAIR1 RENEWEU has proved itself to be the most perfect preparation for the hair uucieu to me puuuc 'tT wfLX h estore grey bair to its OBIt GINAL COLOR, ' i It will keep the hair from falling out. -It cleanses the scalp and makes the hair soft, lustrous, and silken, , c, ', It Is a 'splendid nair dressing. . 1 No person, old or young, should fail to use It ' It Is recommended and used by the first medical authority I ; ' Ask for Hall's Sicilian Vegetable Hair Renewer, "and take no other. 1 , ' B. P. HALL & CO., Nassau, N. H., ,i ; , , Proprietors. For sale by Keller & Whitb, and drug Ists generally. ' '. . : ' ' ..; :;, . oct33 6 tm REiiX ESTATE. S AXE. valuable Seal ESTATE ZWILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Court House door, in the city of Evansville, Ind., on Tuesday, May 1st, 1808, REAL ESTATE lying and being In the city and suburbs of Evaotfvinej xliuf-j -i v ; ' 1st. Part of Lots 27 and 28, in Lower or McGary's Enlargement, 82 by 150 feet, with good Frame Dwelling, with 7 or 8 rooms, Stable, Wood House, Ac. 2d. Lots 10, 11, 12, 13. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19, in Cowan's sub-division of out lot 3, Upper Enlargement This Is the , ; Best Vacant Property f for nrivftte residencAo In the rft.v. ! . ! 3d. Lot 20, in Cowan's sub-division ofbut lot 3, Upper Enlargement, with a substan tial new Two-story Frame Dwelling of 9 rooms, 2 halls, 2 porches, Stable,. Wood House, &c, all in complete order, ready for occupancy; also, Gas Pipes through the nouse. i 4th. Northwest third of Lot 66, Old Plan, one of the i - 2. BEST.BUSINESS LOTS ' j f ' m in the city. : - 5th. Will sell the 99 Years' Lease on" the middle third of Lot 230, Donation Enlarge ment, with the Buildings thereon. - . , A! SPLENDIiy business stand. i i V,- . :6th. Part of Northeast quarter, Section 32, Township 6, Range 10, containing, five acres, near Maj. Robinson's. - r 7th. South end of Northeast quarter' of Northeast quarter, Section 21, Township tf, Range 10, i - n - 5 ! Fourteen Acres; 2' i Near Cemetaryon Blue' Grass Road, with Fence around it. I 8th. Southwest corner of Southwest quar ter of Southwest quarter, Section 21, Town ship 6, Range 10, containing 12 87-100 acres, in good state of cultivation. The best piece of Land for a brick: yard around the city, being good clay, water abundant in canal adjoining, wood can be furnished here at 81 per cord less than at other points, and iteJocation is convenient to the city. 8thW.t half -of -20Acrea,- inoutheat corner, of ..Section -29 Township 6, South, Range 18Vjast.liJ Actesi. .Thia fs a i iiBektlMPi'ofjliail . i ' Lying at the end of Blackford's Grove. ! Terms easy, and will be made known oil day of sale. - -j. a HIRAM, E. READ. aprlS MU5ICAJL INSTRUMENTS., E HAVE JUST RECEIVED SOME of the best PIANOS ever brought to this city,-including the manufacture of BraaDnry, iiimerson, iinis ana jsenraiui, and Tryon and Allen and Jewett. Are also the EXCLUSIVE AGENTS here for the celebrated i " 3IA.SON & IIAMLIJV CABINET ORGAN." .We have- one of the largest size now on hand ; a very fine Instrument for a Church, and far superior to any small Pipe Organ. We-ar-welting -. - , .,... , much lower than they are being sold else where in this city, and persons in want of a superior Instrument, will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing else where. . MISSES F.& A. LAWRENCE. ' i Water Street, firjt dopr below Chestnut, j ' mars t DRUGS. PURE DRUGS. i "IimORFCfTSTORE,-! i ."LOCt'Sf STREET." . t-. . Next door to Post-Office. -J HY8ICTANS' ' PRES RIITIONS carclullv compounded. .Strict atten tion eiven to business, and orders sent bv servants or children. . i uancy ana toilet articles ot all descrip tions,, very cheap. j ,i apriatf Is This delightful toilet article has no equal for Preserving and Beautifying the Com plexion'and Skin. . Sold by druggists everywbere. Depot, 74 Fulton street, N. Y. SUM 6m mi BUSINESS CARDS. William O. Turnoclt, GAS AND STEAM PIPE FITTER, DEALER IN GAS FIXTTBFS, Pipes and Fittings. Place of businesa Steam Engine Hovas, Seconb Stbbkt, Evansville, Ind. ap4tf WINO, FA 11 LEY & CO., : ' ' J . ; L "'"i . -( DXALKRS IS ... A1E, PORTER, CIDSE 1 ' .and "; ; -1 . ! LAGER BEER, ; No, 85 Main Street' Evansviixi, IS9 r Delivered free of chabgk to fcnr part of the city, by the dozen, half brrel, and barrel. .. -. ' max a """AVillielmi & Weber -: :. v .:', ;.! f ' . r.,;, , keep on hand the celebrated , MADISON XX ALE, - LOCUST STREET, near the river, EVAJdVn.tE, Imt. Families, hotels, saloons, and steamboa t supplied at short notice. , All orders attend -ed to promptly. . ' -- Orders from all parts of the country filh-4 promptly. - . .; marlG 6 o STJEELJi & TIIIBjLjE, Second St., Between Chestnut and Cnert, " Evansville, Ind. Sash, Doors, Window Blinds, Dbkssf Lumber, Boards, Laths, Ac., of every As cription constantly on hand. - Packi ng: Boxes of all kinds made to order. Sawing of every kind done on the shortest notice. , apl8-ly. . -'- - CIIAISjLES babcock, . i IMPORTER AND DEALER IN , . '' -v f - i - r '- ' - Coach & Saddlery Hardware Springs, Axles, Wood WorkTamask3, , ' Harness, Enameled Patent Leather Pad Skins, Skirtings, Ac, Ac . ' 1 No. Hi Main Street, f vpn-27 v' ',' ' . " G. W. WABBEN. y v, . T. VOtiXtHiTQK Warren & Conyngton, ... ' r.-:.i.:i ?.j-r dealers Xx ir: , I -l Pianos, Hclodions, Musir, V-,; V1 . .' Musical 3Xeiyhaiicliso, '. i No! Main St,', EvansviUe, Ind. , ; Fancy Goods, Toys, Ac. Instruments of all kinds Tuned and Repaired. The best Italian Guitar, Violin, aud Banjo Strlaipi a I urn i-u nn l4 nd : 1 t .- - . t ? fee- All orders promptly filled." Ja5tf f II III AM AEJLSOX, XJ. H. AUCTIONEEIt, Has permanently located his Auction f . ; , : ' Room at , ,.; . ' No. 85 Main Street, (Opposite the Washington House), where he will attend to all kinds of Auction busi ness: To the selling of Merchandise, Wag ons, Carriages, Horses, and Real Estate. Auction Days Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of each week. Cash advance on consignments. Refers to all the citi zens of Evansville who know him. Will give his whole time to his business. apt Vinegar Factory. DOEBIXG & BE3SXIGIIOF. 1 Ninth St, bet. 'Chestnut and Cherry. Keep constantly on hand a good article of Cider Vinegar, which we will seh at Cincinnati prices. " febld3.a ; ' Hunnel & Sons, l SASH and DOOIt FACTOKlf Cor.'WALNUT STREET and CANAL, ' ' . Evansville, Ind. We furnish to order all kinds of Dcorrt, l'sh, Frames, and Blinds; also, keep oa hand a large stock of Shingles, Lath.'uie i,nd Poplar Flooring, Pine Lumber, kc. . All orders promptly attended to. X-ovt bia - " JOH3 M Aa iMfl. f Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tin-Ware, Stoves, Orate, Hollow-Ware, Copper, Sheet-Iron, aud i - : Japan Ware, - ' rNo. 63 Main Street, above Second, Evansville, Ind. ' r Job Work promptly executed in the best manner. Orders solicited. wpl am EVAXSHEIiE ; STEAM DYE HOUSE. I bave removed from First street to ta corner of Ingle street and the Central SI i--ket. I have bought out the Cincinnati Stc-arn Dye House, and keep the very same pUkv, under the name of ,., . . - 4 TH EVANSVILLE STEAM DYS HOUSE. ' I am now better prepared to do my 'york well in Dyeing and Scouring. Pleas- rail and try me. . GUSTAV ft. KRAC 11. " maril Im - ' - 1 FANCY. iYJE IXOTJt tu V F. GHAUPNER, '., ! m Corner of Oak and Centre Street, Is prepared to color Silks, Woolen or Cot ton Goods, Hair, Ac, in all colors. Ca ing and Scouring of Ladies' and Ge tub men's Goods done atshort notice. Giv n a fair trade. dly-Cm P, GRAUPI fc"... JAMES T, -WALKER, JUSTICE OF THE PE.iCF AKI AO ' FOR OBTAINING PESiiVvi JSAK . . PAY AND.BOUNTXi3 FOR DISCHARGED SOLDIERS. Au'D for the Widows and other IbsU Ut n. rwwentatives of those wtodle in thewrvice of the United RtaU's. Otflce on tlie North west side of Third street, near the Waah inerton House, and nearly oroowtd tii Court House, Evansviliw, Ind.. , i All businesa entrusted to him will b- promptlv Attended to. Jai$-ljr,