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EVANSVILLE, 1ND.
SATURDAY MOKNING...
DECKJIBElt 31
LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION.
New Year's Address. Our faithful Car
riers, -who have served their patron3 witl
the new3 ia all kinds of weather hot and
cold wet and dry will be around with
their New Year's Address on Monday, th
2d. In it they touch off the prominent
events of the past year in appropriate style
So get your money ready, and prepare to
meet the carrier on Monday with the where
with to gladden hi3 heart, and fortify hiui
for another year of hard work and faithful
duty.
The Htsw Ttit.
The President, in his Message, takes ultra
Southern ground on the slavery question,
holdiug that the ConHtitution carries slavery
into the Territories, and that it is entitled to
protection there under the Constitution,
and that neither Congress, a Territorial
Legislature, nor any human power has any
authority to annul er impair this vested
right.
This, then, 13 to be the great plank in the
Charleston platform, and all those popular
sovereignty I etnocrats wlw helped to elect
Mr. Uuchauan on tb profession of non-intervention
are expected to acquiesce in this
treachery of the Administration to all its
pledges. Yes, Douglas Democrats, the edict
has gone forth, and you must "come to
time " or be expelled from tho " Democrat
ic " party.
We expect to see the State Sentinel come
out against this new-fangled villainy. We
learn that our fellow-townsman, Mr. Whit
tlesey, is loud in his denunciations of the
President for his treachery. Soon will fol
low the execrations of Hicks, Tanner, Ryan,
Cobb, and other anti-Lecompton men, and
there will be no peace amongst the Democ
racy of Indiana.
We are anxious to see how the Enquirer
will view this subject. The conductors of
that paper no doubt assisted in electing Mr.
Buchanan with the cry of " non-intervention
" and " squatter sovereignty ." Now
that this " fallacy, " as the Enuuirer calls
popular sovereignty, has served its turn,
what is to be the watch-word ?
A " National Demochat" in a Fix.
The Indianapolis Journal tells an amusing
story about the arrest of Mr. Knyless W.
Hanna, of Terre Haute, atCharlustown, Va.,
on the charge of being an abolitionist in
disguise. He had been sent for by Messrs.
Willard and Voorhees, to go and assist them
in securing and xreparing Cook's body for
burial. When he arrived at Uaiper's Fer
ry, having a little spare time on his hands,
he bought a copy of Heir's book, and one
of Brown's pikes, to be used in future polit
ical discussions at home. When he got to
Charlcstown, he was arrested and kept un
der guard for twenty-four hours ! When
he asked the reason of bis detention, he was
told that it was in consequence of liia hav
ing the objectionable book and pike with
him. By the aid of Mr. Voorhees, however,
he was discharged.
This outrage, when committed upon one
of the President's faithful law partner of
M r. Voorhees, and late foreman of the U.
K. District Court was decidedly intoler
able !
tibS?" The terms of the call for the Na
tional Convention at Chicago meet with
general approval. John Wcntworth, of the
Chicago JJcmofful, an extreme anti-slavery
man, has become sensibly moderate since it
was promulgated. He bays:
We like the form of the call much. If
we would change it at all, it would be for
the purpose of making it still more com
prehensive. We would say to the oppo
nents of the present Administration, come
one, come all, who are willing to bring
about a change in the present condition of
things. We are of the opinion that if we
all work together, it will be all that we can
do to beat out the men who make up the
present Democratic organization.
The Washington correspondent of the
New York 1 braid thus alludes to the light
in which the call is viewed at the Capital :
The South American Congressmen and
other prominent men in that party ac
knowledge the call of the National Repub
lican Committee for their Presidential Con
vention at Chicago to be a wise stroke of
policy, iuviting, as it does, the entire oppo
sition to the present Administration.
B)u. The Greencastle Banner comes to us
in a bran-new dress, and looking " all alive''
with the latest news. Our friend Brown
publishes a long list of payments just made
on subscription. It is good for sore eyes to
look at those figures. Success to the Ban
ner and its enterprising proprietor. By the
way, that is a strong ticket at tho head of
the paper: "For President, Edward Bates,
of Missouri; for Vice President, John M.
Read, of Pennsylvania.''
J&cgf The New Albany Ledger tells of a
dentist of that place who went into St.
Mary's Parish, Louisiana, to practice his
profession, temporarily, and was driven out
by a mob because it was reported that he
hail been engaged in an expedition that left
New Albany to " rescue a nigger thief" at
Brandenburg, Ky.
K?A. The New York Herald is putting in
the " big lick's" for a new Union movement
a sort of go-between, to " cut in '' ahead
of the ultra Republican and the ultra South
ern Democratic parties. If any paper but
the Herald had hold of this matter, it might
be made to go ; but it will le apt to fall
still-born in the hands of such a doctor as
Bennett.
Bigf The suspension of the banking house
of Cook k. Sargent, at Davenport, Iowa, has
caused great excitement there. The attempt
is ttuulc, ia vain at last accounts, to get a
statement of their affairs. Depositors areou
the "anxious seat."
miii " niii mi imwiii 1 iimiihii T iiwtfcB
Dr. Uoynton at tudiatiapolls.
Dr. B. continues to lecture at Indiaaapolis
bo his favorite subject of Geology, to crowd
ed houses. Judging from the public ex
pressions of opinions, his lectures are the
best ever delivered at the Capital, hi3 course
there having an unexampled success. The
large numbers of people that throng his
lectures in that city, are verifying the
comment of the Press that " he is emphati
cally the Lecturer for the million." In or
der to give our readers, who are soon to en
joy the rich treat, a foretaste of what is in
store for them, we make a few extracts from
the long notices of the lectures in the In
dianapolis papers: . ' '
He lectured on Monday night on "Coal
Beds,'' which, the Journal says, " was the
best of the four lectures already delivered.
We have never had in Indianapolis a supe
rior lecturer to Dr. Boynton, and all who
do not embrace the opportunity of learning
much in a short time of the interesting
science of Geology from his discourses, will
have a source of regret hereafter."
The Sentinel, in noticing his third lec
ture, says " it was deeply interesting. If
Geology does not become a popular science,
after the course of Dr. Boynton is through,
we will be deceived, for he clothes it with
such attractions, that everbody who hears
him seems as much devoted . to. the subject
as he is himself. The storehouses of nature
are unfolded, her mysteries explained, new
sources of thought are opened up, and the
most sluggish mind aroused by the eloquent
lecturer, as he leads his audience, step by
step, through the world's changes in the
countless ysars of its existence, as written
on the pages of his favorite science. And
how he does make these pages glare and
sparkle with poetry, as leaf after leaf is
turned over. If there is no royal road to
kuowledge, Dr. Boynton ha3 discovered a
flowery and pleasant one, where its follow
ers may garland many a beautiful wreath,
while storing their minds with wholesome
truths."
The Evening Alias Bays "his third lecture
was replete with interest, and was listened
to from its commencement to its close, with
unflagging interest. Those who have formed
the idea that Geology is a dry and uninte
resting study, should certainly hoar Dr.
Boynton."
CiHnmuHu'ated.
Ckntre Township, Dec. 2C, 185D.
" A Wit's a feather, and a Cbicfa a rod,
An lioneHt iiiau'n the noMitit work of 1m1."
U'ope.
There are several kinds and degrees of
honesty, of which, being simply clear of
theft, is the least meritorious. There is a
higher and nobler kind of honesty, that to
which, no doubt, the great poet alluded
an honesty and integrity of purpose, which
is established and strengthened by a con
scientious endeavor to be always on the
side of the right, in spite of all the oppos
ing motives of self-interest. Few of us in
lives but what have had experience of some
of those whom we called friends, who,
when the trying hour arrived to test
men's principles, would betray their trust.
On tie other hand, there have been those
from whom we expected less, who would
carry out an inflexible honesty of purpose
in opposition to all the allurements of
self-interest or party. A few faithful
among the faithless.
Of the latter class, we might mention,
Senator Hammond, of South Carolina, Mar
shall and Crittenden, of Kentucky, and the
iudoniilable Benton, of Missouri, who with
all his eccentricities, has rendered his name
in mortal by his inflexible integrity and
honesty. The reader need not for a mo
ment suppose that I am about to overlook
the Hon- Edward Bates, of the same State.
He is the centrepoint, the great object of
all this moralizing, one who, if he could be
made available for the next Presidency,
would prove a second Fillmore to the na
tion, with this advantage, that from his
location there would be no Southern jeal
ousies excited. The mighty West should
certainly a. the present crisis, act as umpire
between the North and South; and no one
I think doubts, that the Hon. Edward Bates
would be its faithful representative. And
should he be called upon a four years' mis
sion to the Presidency, we have good reason,
in view of his public and private character,
for a well-grounded hope, that it would
be a mission of peace.
Senator Crittenden, speaking of the rela
tion of the West to the Union, says: "we
(the West) should consider ourselves ;ts the
appointed guardians of this particular inter
est, having a deeper stake than any others,
in the preservation of the Union, and bound
to stand together in every fretful moment
of discontent between the North and South,
to see that equal justice be done to lolh and
to all. We hail and cherish tlieiu all as our
fellow-citizeus, all as parts of the grand
whole which constitutes U3 a mighty nation,
now talked of in all the Courts of Europe
as one of the great powers of the earth."'
E.
fifcJ"" The Terre Haute Journal states that
out of eight counties in the Seventh Con
gressional District, six Parke, Putnam,
Owen, Sullivan, Vigo, and Clay have in
structed for Douglas. The delegation from
Clay is supposed to favor the Little Giant,
and of Greene, Mr. Cookerly knows but
little.
Well, Mr. C, if Douglas is euchred out of
the State delegation after all this instructing
what will you doaliout it? Will you acqui
esce ?
8fca" Judge James J. Roosevelt, brother-in-law
to Sir William Gore Owsley, has
been appointed and confirmed as District
Attorney of New York, rice Theodora.
Sedgwick, deceased. The Tribune learns
that he has declined, and thinks the Presi
dent will have yet to take John Van Buren. J
fiia?"Great manifestations of regard await
Hon. W. II. Seward on his return from Eu
rope, which is daily expected. His friends
iit New York city will lionize him t his
heart's content.
f The NewT"
! Eg-A man named Edward Ott, was
found dead in Pogues' Run, Indianapolis, ou
: the morning of the 28th iDst. When ex
' animation was made, it was found that he
had been shot through the body. The Cor
oner held an inquest ou the body, but
failed to find any clue to the murderer.
ESF'Mr. John Johnston, of Geneva, N.
Y., the venerable farmer, to whom is due
tke credit of demonstrating the great ad
vantages of tile draining, was recently pre
sented with a' testimonial from some of the
most prominent citizens of New York in
iue snape or a massive silver pitcher and
two goblets, handsomely ornamented with
appropriate agricultural designs.
ihb mammoth Hog. Messrs. Ayers,
Mauck k Co., of Princeton, Gibson county
received the monster hog of the season, at
their pork-house on Tuesday last. It
weighed, when dressed, seven hundred and
thirty jiouuds. This enormous porker was
raised by Wm. S. Armstrong, of Mont
gomery township, Gibson county, and is
by several pounds, the heaviest hog ever
weighed in Southern Indiana. Old Gibson
against the world !
&t& We learn by telegraph that there
was an extensive Sre in New York city yes
terday. Six buildings on Beekman and four
two fronting on Fulton street were much
damaged. . Edward Black, importer of mu
sical merchandise. Olcott, McKesson & Co.,
wholesale druggists, and Cyrus W. Field &
Co., paper dealers, were among the suffererB.
8U In the Houso of Representatives,'of
the Georgia Legislature, a resolution has
been passed to appoint two Commissioners
to Europe, to examine into the feasibility
of establishing direct trade between the
South and Continental Europe. Hon. A.
II. Stephens and Dr. McGhee, Senator from
Houston, have been appointed.
fiSf" The committee of Hie bondholders
and board of directors of the Fort Wayne
and Chicago Railroad, after a very harmo
noius session at Philadelphia, on the 29th
agreed upon W. B- Ogden, of Chicago, as
receiver. J. P. Edgerton, the receiver ap
pointed by the Ohio courts, has resigned.
83k- By the last arrival from Ilarana, we
learn that Don Ettgenio Vidas, a daring but
very lucky slave trader, had landed abont
eight hundred Africans, after losing over
four hundred by death on the voyage. This
is said to be Vidas's eighty-fifth voyage, all
of which have proved successful.
We stated the other day that the T.
R. Cobb, of Lawrence county, who was
read out of the Democratic party by A. B.
Carlton, was Representative in the last
Legislature. We should have said that he
was a Senator and that he holds over to the
next session.
Rra?" Governor Wise, according to the
proceedings in the Virginia Senate, went
before that body, and made an earnest ap
peal to commute the sentence of Edwin
Coppic, but the power was refused unani
mously.
8i5U The funeral of Coppic, the Harpers
Ferry insurrectionist, took place at Friends'
meeting-house, near Hanover, Ohio, on the
19th inst. But short notice wa3 given, j et
there were two thousand persona present on
the occasion. The funeral was conducted ac
cording to Quaker rites. The face of the
corpse was much disfigured.
Br3L. We learn from the Greencastle Ban
ner that IIoo. Henry Secrest is dangerously
ill at the residence of his son-iu-law, Mr.
Turman, in Greencastle. Mr. S.'s health
has been gradually declining for some time
past.
0(2?" A bank is soon to be opened at Leb
anon, Boone county, on the Lafayette and
Indianapolis Railroad.
Bfcl)"The Logansport, Peoria, and Bur
lington Railroad was "navigated" by a
train from Logansport to the Illinois State
line last Saturday, for the first time.
fifeiyCol. Wm. A. Linn, Surveyor of the
port of St. Louis, died on the 27th in that
citv. He was a sou of the late Senator
Linn of Missouri.
Stanpako of Valtk. The worth of
everything is determined by the demand
for it. In t ha deserts of Arabia, a pitcher
of cold water is of more value than moun
tains of silver and gold.
Since January 1st, 1850, there have
iK-en 110 fires in Chicago, of which sixty
were incendiary. The net loss was $t::5,
70.1, the insurance $314,325, making atotal
of $ 7 50,030.
gisiyThe Howling Green (Ky.'l Gazette.
hails the Northern Union meetincsasa good
and happy indication, and suggests that the
Southern States take steps for an open ex
pression of their Union feelings.
fieJX We should like to see Congress or
ganized by the election of Hon. Thomas
Corwin for Speaker. He would go through
without difficulty, and would, when elected,
reflect honor upon the position.
Biers'" The Washington (Greene county)
Times, has -hoisted the name of Edward
Bates for President in 18GO.
gtrGov. Willard and Daniel W. Voor
hees, have returned from the East, unsuc
cessful in their sad errand of trying to save
the life of John E. Cook.
geif" Wm. Lloyd Garrison's ticket is an
nounced Vj be Wm. H. Seward for Presi
dent, Charles Sumner for Vice rresiden!,
and his plattorm, Seward's Rochester
speech.
5s"Indianapolis is getting to be decided
ly a hard pla-e. Four murders have been
committed there within five weeks. In
two of these cases the murderers have not
been discovered.
Gen. Lane, of Oregon, is one of the
delegates from his State to the Charleston
Convention, and is under instructions to
vote for himself for President.
The New York Tribune learns that
Gerritt Smith will goto Europe so soon as
be shall be sufficiently restored to health to
bear an Atlantic voyage and the fatigue of
travel.
The Womes op UtAft. A writer in the
Valley Tan, the Gentile paper printed at
Salt Lake City, says:
" There are thousands of women in Utah
Territory between the ages of fourteen and
twenty, who would gladly walk barefooted
all around the world to find some place to
hide from those lioary -headed bishops, el
ders aqd priests.
SfA pretty girl attended a ball out
West, recently, decked off in a abort dress
and pants. The other ladies were shocked !
She quietly remarked that if they would
pull up their dresses about their necks,
as they ought to be, their skirts would be as
short as hers!
JBT" The banks of South Carolina have
a circulation of S9,5C9,634; duedespositors,
?3,742,4S5; due banks, $3,089,773, &c
They have in specie 2,255,850 ; due from
banks SI,240,2U7; domestic exchange
10,965,330; discounts 13,783,193, &c.
-?2F Mary Agnes O'Conor, mother ab
bess of the Catholic nuns of America, died
in New York city on the 20th December.
BmTbe trial of Rev. Jacob S. Harden,
for the murder of his wife, has again been
postponed till next term, at Belvidere, New
Jersey.
KtMr. John Beeson is about to start a
paper to advance the interests of the savage
tribes, called the Calumet.
J6fej?"The Chicago Press cautions the pub
lic against a dangerous counterfeit on the
f Tr,-ra 1 e t te-nrrtrtortririOT Rmsg"iou,Tir.
ftnif"In Canada, a scamp named Corbett
goes three years to the penitentiary for
throwiug a stone at the cars.
BfiJt i3 vain to hope to please all alike.
Let a man stand w ith his face in what di
rection he will, he must necessarily turn his
back on one half the world.
ftESuThcre are two men living in Au
glaise county, Ohio, one whose name is
Shubert having attained the age of 108, and
the other whose name is not given is 104.
S&,Tbe citizens of Crawfordsville are
considering the propriety of having gas
works in that place. -
BgYThe New Albany Ledger says that
i.bout 18,000 hogs will be killed in that city
this season.
!.&, The Pennsylvania said lately that
" the Democratic party consists of iron
m cn." Whereupon Prentice concludes that
" the Devil will have a good many irons in
the fire."
jftS?" A Russian nobleman, Michael Boso
brasolf, has been banished for presuming to
draw tip a constitution for Russia and pre
sent it to the Czar.
EST" Barbee's beautiful statue of " The
Fisher Girl," was sold at auction in New
York, a few days ago, for $2,750 about
half its value.
lli'If There have been a great many cases
of scarlet fever at Indianapolis and Terre
Haute.
Gen. Scott has traveled a distance of
1300u miles during the Iait two months.
luSf A veuv tall traveller lately, at a
station, observed to his vis-a-vis, " I shall get
out and stretch my legs here a bit, as we
wait ten minutes."
" For goodness sake, sir, don't do that, "
said the other, '' for I am quite sure they are
too long by half already. "
DIED.
Iii Mailtsou, ou tho 27th iust.v Stjclla Iakn, ouly
tlanghterof J. I. P. A. M.and Surah A Cliiuinccy,
ni'il 10 3-earn, 8 mouth, aud 27 dajs.
Thfy watched lireathitig through tho uight,
Hr breai iiintc bott and low.
As in hr breast the w ave of life
Kept Heaving lo and fro.
' Kor tt'hen th morn came, dim and sad,
And chilled with oarly wliowerH,
Ilor (juict ei-l id closed aho had
Another mom Mian oure."
In tliid city, oo Thursday, 29th Dec, of Typhoid
Fever, Mifs Harriet Murray, aped about 19 yearn.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Schroeder & Kehr,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers in
TOBACCO, CIGARS, SNUFF,
PiVKSy &MOKTXG TOBACCO, rfc,
W W ft irm the rufHc Hint thev have removed
their storo to N'.. MAIN STREET, twtween Sec
ond and Thin) (Krat' A HeilmanVold stand), where
they have received the largest stock ot Tobacco,
f ij;ar;, r.., ever brought to this State, and which
they will at the lowest Eastern prices. deM-lm
9JP portitd IliLvaiia i'iparn, best bran da.
de:;l St'lIROKUERA KEIIK.
If itf Meerschaum Pipes, t'iar-UoIden, &c.t
warranted renmne.
f.:tl SCHROEDER & KEHR.
Pi -Kir
H -Ji t VM-l MB
lOU BOX. K H
Virginia
lew iiilt Tolciero.
flecM
SniREIER & K EUR.
COLLECTORS SALE
(J Ileal Estate for the payment of cost and
expenses of Sidetrnlk Improvements.
moeii'ti is MKitKHf tit t
& tliit, tv virtue of three prerenla I8ued out of
the Clerk'n Ollieo of the city of Evansville, anil to I
ine directed , I will sell, at public outcry, at tlia
d-or of the Court IIoiisa in the city ot Evansville, ou
Wednesday, rliw 22d day of February, 1S;0, the fol
lowing tottt and iari4ls of i.'eal Kntate, or so much
thereof a.- may be ni-eaary to pay the amounts an
sertsed arid charged aaiiiHt taid lots renpectively, aa
the cor.nd expense of makinifKiilewalk improve
ments in front of said lots, together w ith tke cents
ofpale:
IjitNi'.e, rp-r Knlart-eiuent .Sll 6r
Lot N". I. B!tM-k 14, Knst'u Knlarijenieut ... 15 HI
Lot No. In, Block 1, Fourth Jinl'Kement.... 12 52
l ot No. II, d.i I, do do .... ia f.2
l ot No. 12, do 1, do do .... 12 4!
Lot No. l;:, do 1, do do .... 12 20
tvilo to commence at 2 o'clock I. M., on said dav.
V. SCHMTCK,
City Collector.
KvaiiKville, Uecember 31, lSott. 3wd
i'tfl ; f H T Tit AS WEETPOTA TOES,
wMW 2-r' bush extra TurnipH,
o bunliels I'arsnips, Jtc , f-e.
Kor sale at the l:RKKA BAZAAR.
I M i'i I UTAXT TOTII E sTcK.
Wl- E. Eltl'EXPCTSnH, LEHMAN AND
J3-Jr American KcK-ctic Physician, having estab
lished au otlii" in this place, renpectfully call9 the
attention of the public that he cures external and
intermil diseases iir inveterate evils of any kind
in the nios. approved maimer, wherever a cure is
possible.
Dr. K. oilers to discover and judge every inward
disease by examining the pulse or the water.
Ofhce, Sycamore street, between Third and Fourth.
nov23-lmd,YW
lol Hacks B. W. Khmr,
2" dozen Shaker BrMUii3,
4 bbls Onions.
I bid Cranberries,
II do, iars Brandy Peach i,
2mi His Shaker Butter,
t;o dressed Turkeys.
Jnt reeivetl at PAKTNKR CALDWELL'S
nr.
w n-eeived a
hoice lot from the Prairie, aud to
8, and 10 cruts per lb. Now is
VICKEBY BROTHERS,
Te St
1 cheap i
The tun
dtc-:i
No. 8 M uter street and 82 Main ft.
BtlT I'l-RIiAXTS. RvISIVS. C1IEKS
Apples, Citron, Ac,
VICKEBY BI10S.,
r struct and 82 Main st.
2:! No. S Wate
REMOVAL,
w. . Mt-iiitii, ttojnasopjTH-
I'HVSIrlAX AXH HL'UUEOX, Evans-
vste, I nd., has removed bid office to North Third
il reet, n. ar Main, over Baker i Foster's Law Of
g fi.nt'Tt' A"V:.-x-jrr"y lard
ww lirrels to sell at half prico are new nud
prfeclly sweet and fresh, at Z. 11 COOK'S.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
m,mJBW HOOKS. JXEW JHMSCJEIe
V W LAKIF.S BY CHAS. KINGSLEY
A Look at Home in JSfiO ; A tale from the Annals
of the Poor. A splendid book, and true.
Tom Brown's Schooldays atUugbY. Illustrated
with designs by Mead.
A Tale of Two Cities. By Chas. Dickens.
Goethe's Correspondence with a Child. At
dec3( DOKELL & COSYNGTON"S.
Wikl.rti-j sojvet hooks. j as.
1, a,
M W 3.
3, and 4, at
dec:)0
DOBELL A CONYNGTON'S.
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
BOOTS. SHOES; AND LEATHER.
ALSO, DEALER IS .
Tanucra' Oil, Shoe Findings, Tanners' and Curri
ers" Tools, I'atent Leather, Morocco, Shoe Thread,
Boot Well, Ac, Ac. Cash paid f. r Hides and Sheep
kins. No. &t Eaut Washington street, Indianapo
lis, I udiana. hc29:inid&w
It It US. SUtiJK,
ISO
ll!f bbls Molasses,
!t half bbls Molasses,
25 bbls Crushed Sugar,
10 bbls I'owdercd Susjar,
10 bbls Granulated do. .lust received and
for sale by M. W. KOSTJCJl A CO.
2GO
BJtiS Of COMKMZ,
i:t I'as pice. Ueceivl jer cailroau
and river, and for sale by
Uec'JU M. W. VOSTEIt CO.
IO
TiKHLKS JS'iiW ' MtieMi, Xii HP.
tierces Kit:e. For wile by
der-! M. W. FOSTER CO.
"TiW " JMSOT3riw.V -jkjs, ms
3.w sorted brands.
oO bales Cotton Hutting.
25 bales Candlewiek.
50 bundles Wrapping Twine.
For sale by M. W. FOSTER CO.
mmMiw 'MfuiTiTs
W W 30 bxrt Layer Kaisilis,
;lm M " n - , . ,
oO lialf bxs do.
P." .jr. bxs do.
:i casks Prunes.
3 do do (in boxes),
4 do Fis, in loxes and drums,
3 bbla new Currants.
Also Almonds, Nuts, Citron, Dates, Tie Fruits,
Oysters, Sardines, Lobsters, mixed Tickles, Gher
kins, Extracts of Vanilla, Lemon, (tnin-re, and
Almond. For sale by M. W". FOSTElt , CO.
-gnu 12 J( f:.v - 10 nxs.
J-IK Mi
-ML Crackers for sale
decJl) M. W. FOSTER Jt CO.
JLmv Manilla, He
siztts ; 100 dozen Bedcords.
dec 51.
In store and for sale by
W. FOST K it A CO.
' AO t.xs lii o Star Candle
4, r.s and 7s.
Fr wale bv
. FOSTER
25 bxs 34 uz.
decO
do
do.
51. W
CO.
T'
l.V JPhJTK
7-r nxs Tin, lc,
7o bxs Leaded Tin, lc. To arrive and
for sale by Jt. W. FOSTEU ,t CO.
rwoutci-os'
JL in c:iscs Harrow' Tobacco in caddies, 4 oz.
5 " Hunter's " ' " '
5 " Shilo " " "
3 " Mvrtle Bloom ' " " "
2 " K." Duglasa " l:iths, in foil,
10O bxs I lb lb 4 oz and 2 oz, all ei-atles.
For sale low by M. W. KoSTKIt it- CO.
irMTAW-li JOURNEYMAN CIGAR
WW Alakers, at No. 25 Main street. Evansville,
Indiana.
dec-2U-3t
V. FKNDKK'H Sc BROTHERS.
JPKH JftOJ Tlf. WANTED, THE
V- address of iood Book Agents, who will
travel for thirty dollar per month, and expenses
paid. S. F. FRENCH CO.,
doc20-3t 121 Nassau street, New York.
t 'no iov wvfjv t to Jn'a hms
J fl
50 a month? riend for circulars of tlireo
new great Rooks all of which will hell liko hot
cakes, aud cannot lx bought in bookstores. If you
can't make 5 a day on these three l,oik, don't
try any others. " K. F. LLOYD,
dec:U-3td Publisher, Philadelphia, Pa.
10 saddles chtmx) Yeuisou,
5 whole Deer,
2o dressed Turkeys,
10 doz dressed Chickens,
1iO doz fresh Eggi,
273 tbs L'hoico Roll Butter. For sale by
CHAS. .MeJOHNSTON.
dec20 Posey b R lock, M ai n street .
Ws ItMi bush Ear Corn,
10 tons Bran. Just received and for sale by
t il AS. MrJoHNJSTOX,
dec2Q Posey's Block, Main wt ree t .
THE LAST MORNING OF 1859.
naiMfJi Mm Tin Kits of r:
mL rille have engaged tho "Indiana Brass Band"
for next Saturday, tho last day of lSo'J, to play
from the beginning till close of market. The citi
zens are respectfully invited to attend.
dec27-4td BUTCHERS OF EVANSVILLE.
tine Rock away Bmrirv nearly new and per-
ctly sound, that ctxd originally i."0. Alaoa sett
of hue Silver-mounted Harness, nearly new, worth
S;J3. If not sold at private sale leforo 'Wednesday
morniugat 10 o'clock, they will be sold then at
public auction Good nvgotiuMe paper at bo days
will be taken. Call and examine them.
dec;!7 H. NELSON & CO.
Enquirer copy.
VEl L was lost somewhere on Chestnut or
Locut street, about tho tlh of Decern I er. Any
one finding the above, aud returning it to the
owner, at J. H. Maghee Jc Cu.'b, wilt receive the
above row aid. dec27-lw
LAND FOR RALE.
KKI arret! tlie n w ir sec 7, town 2, rauiru 8 west.
do n e qr mc town 2 ration H "vent,
do y w jr net: 22, town 2, rana 'J west,
flo s o ic arc 111, luwu 2 ranire 1 west.
i:o
l'.tl
lur,
liui
lint
ttai
M
Tl
tlu Ill'tll e r k-c 2t'., tiwn 2t ralljre to wrust.
tlo li w qr see 11, town -i. ranjge 1 west,
do a w tjr piec tew ll .'t, rane 10 west,
do it o jr Kee 2', towtl rane lii
do n e r ec 21, town :t. raure. 7
do a e nr 8"C 24, t wu -i, rang" 7
do b w tr Keu 24, town .'i, raae 7
e lureiroinu" ti'aeln will be Mold on liberal tHrnm.
Titles are perfect, Enoiiire at the
KKAI. ESTATE AGENCY,
On Third stnet, tetveen Main and rsycamore,
in V'loH.er'8 Ibiilding.
WM. 11. WALK Eli, Keal Estate A u-l.
jf'tt fUtAr.V Wr TtlilMS"
JL oil Lots in Lftniasco, west of I'igeon Creek
Lots in Laui.'uico, east of Tigeou t'reek.
Lots in the Eastern Enl't of Kvaosvllle.
Lots in the Southern do
Lots in firay s do
Lots in the 4th do
Lots in the Donation do
Apply to the undersigned tifti
do
do
do
do
Wheeler's
building, t lurii direct, opposite the l oiirt House.
VSILL1AM II. WALK Kit.
dee21 He.al Estate Agent
320
i JK K S O f M.JUS-U l"jS'KJ K
Evansville, for salo by
WILLIAM . WALKEK,
Keal Estate Agent,
Third street. .opp. the Court House.
tie" -f
jjojTroj
iif the Canal, upon
JLd Ktdarjienieiit, on the Iasiii
which is a new aud the best i anal Wharf in Ev
ansville, for &a!e or lease. Apply to
WILLIAM II. WALK EI!.
det.24-d,tw:;ni Laud Agent.
-m jTi fttfT o.y f otiH th st7,
M.JB hb extending to the Canal, with a wharf on
the basin of the Cutial of seventy-five feet, being
the most desirable location for inanufa burner pur
poses in Evanriviln?, for sale or lease Apply to
W I LA I A M 11. WALK Eli,
dec24 Real Estate Agent.
HK fJt HKItS, JTT f.T tUJS '!
re prepared to receive Pork in bulk at
the
Railroad lvpot, Canal, or riv.r. in any wav
desired, in the neatest and i-tt manner for tdiip
luelit. Packages and Salt furnished at the lowest
rates. Iteitig agenta for the Raltimore & Ohio
Railroad Company, we are prepared to give shipjiers
East advantages nowhere else to le found. Appli
cations made at the corner of Liartist street aud
the Canal, will be promptlv attended to.
d.s2:i liKO. FOSTER & CO.
fl,tVH:i JttfJS U tiC It
-sffW per Canal this day
for sale bv
GEO. FOSTER A CO.
g4 f 11wSirj bales extra large and
WJW medium, 21- bushels.
lOU bundles loiible Gunnies, 4 bush.
Also to arrive 78 bales extra large fr double
sewed Gunny Bags, the best article ever brought
for this m.trKet, fur sale by
GEO. FOSTER A CO.,
dec24 Corner Locust and the i'tin.tl.
WlmriK&MlaiTMT0Mi8 T,Uf'TM'K.
JL The undersigned has been appointed Admin
istratrix of the estate of George Hoag, decease!.
The estate is supposed to be solvent.
dec24-')tw CATHEKINV HOAG, Adm'x.
VEL L Eli Y ! VEL L EH Y
40 lOZ. CHOICE
MS Cellery received from Cincinnati per Adams
Express at the Enreka Bait;iar of
dec,23 PJiLjL T' A2rGLEV
11
Of FOR
1 'II lilSTM Az. lressd thicker s,
Tmkeyi, lreseti Geese, VentKoii,
COOK A LANGLK YS.
Ac
c., at
OtVXTJtl Of all kinds, fur sale cheap at
VICKEUY BJiOS.,
b2 Main street and 2 Water htieet.
dec:
MISCELLANEOUS.
fit ItE R 1 CMIIUM !
CI It tilt !i BBLS
' extra fine at
T. BKDJ1.0ND S,
Posey's Block, Main street.
dec23 .
V.VItMIUS
K2w Kajsina and Currants,
Figs, Dried Applea, and Dried Peaches,
21 bbls Green Apples,
100 bushels Ear Corn,
200 bushels of them extra Pink Eve Potatoes.
Just received at T. REDM'ONll'S,
decit Foaey's Blocs, Main street.
BliECKENRIDGE COAL OIL.
TJ2 ttlFW BJBE.V J ffHIJSTJilt
?r Agents for the sale of the Brecknuridge Coal
Oils, pure and unadulterated, and will sell by the
barrel or half barrel, at factor prices, freight and
drayage added. It is the moat economical light
known costing less than one-half centum- honr.
HORNBKOOK CO.,
l-fl Water street, Evansville, Ind.
FRESH CIDER.
r wi if a ujwuMsiajyrMiit ujvwjva
JL moved into the ronai ou Water street, lately
occupied by Jlr. BUchoff, Is engaged in Ulanufac
tnring Sweet Cider every day. Ladies desiring
that article for mine pies, or other culinary pur
poses, should give liiiu a call.
dec22-lwd . JOHN F. GRILL.
-hst Cost.
JWJIIJ'4 VOMMi TO TUB VOJ'
JLM. elusion to sell ont, we now ofl'er our entire
stock of Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, Silver Plated
Ware 4c, AT COST, and a ill sell all with
out riwcrve. This is a rare chance to buy war
ranted Watches ami Jewelry for Christinas pres
ents, AT COST, aud all are respectfully invited to
give us a call, and satisfy themselves' ef tb tact.
KITTKoLrF BKO.S.,
dec22 4S Main St., N't. first and Second.
jriti it m s T.nJs is" o.wn a s t h is
is the time tor uiile-e pies, the Ladies are in
foinied that they can get Ground Maces, and all
the Spiers pure, and a good article of Catawba Bran
dy, expressly for cooking purposes, at
wm. n. v. siinDAur's,
dcc22 17 Main street
4T
TMK
COOK.
W W Old Pioneer K:unily tirocerv of Z.
Something for the Holi, fays
11
10 leer Saddksj (luce),
3od ltis dressed fat Chickens and Geese,
Fresh oysters received riailv,
1 bid Pickled Salmon,
50 tt.s Sap Sago Cheese,
t! cases Sardines, whole, hf, and qr bxs,
2 cases fresh cannuuil Lobsters,
2 " " " Cove OysU rs,
1 case " canned Mackerel
1 " " Shad,
2 diiy. bottles superior oliv Oil,
Worcestershire Sauce, in gallon juipi, qts., pts.,
and Iif pints,
Soho-Sauce, John Bull ami other Sauces,
10 boxes Layer Kaisins,
1 bid Currants, 2 bxs ( itron,
bxs Maccaroni ami Vermicelli,
1 bid Gorman Prunes, for Puddings,
1 bid " dried Cherries) Pies d': Sauces.
Farina, Pearl Barley, Corn Starch,
Pickled Salmon, Mackerel.
In short everything to Is? be found in a well as
sorted Family Grocery. dec22
17 tt Ji S It "j H K M Va l,S JIT II.
-ML COtiK'S Pioni'er Family Grociry
2 bbls extra Mess Pork,
2 " ' Leaf Lard,
firkins extra Golden Butter,
30 lbs extra ltoll Butter,
1 bid German Prunes (extra),
2S sacks choice Family Flour,
12 doz jars assorted Pickles,
4 doz jars assorted Pie Fruits,
4 doz jars of Jellies,
12 doz choice canned Peni lies,
20 bxs choice W. K. & E. I. Cheese,
oO bxs Pineapple Cheese. d.c22
g-ia I iii'jjsrsiA nk w lot-of i a w-
Jf sen. Warren Hyde's tip top Gold Pens,
just received and for sale cheap by
BITTKOLFF BKOS,
iiov 22 ts Main strwt.
JOHN IVINSON,
MANUFACTCRER of
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
STEAM ENGINES
33 O X X-i 33 n JS
Corner Isrl mnd Water Streets,
UvanmrlUe, ....... . Indiana.
g 1 : k a t cirAxc if fisirn a '.mi tvTxsT-"
t: th n.n ijvutt jsttr ro it a .v-
JLW dersold by unit one, mid in order to reduce
our presect henvy of Jtrit liitrutu, frc ifr., we
will sell from this date up to the tirst ot Febroary,
lSM, at
SLCII KEI)IJCEI PRICES
as to astonish the natives aud everybody else.
Call quick at No. .HI Main street,
declli KOSEK BROS. CO.
ff9 14 H lJIK T 4,40 MM JVMB Jt0.fi
JLM niiny iu ijuaiititins to suit purchasers, by
dexlo T KEllMON 1
LA D ! KSrATTf;NtiO !
(MLL LAHrPS WHO WlSilt TO VliEfiEHVti
''.AT tln-ir health, will tind a preservative at No.
8 Sh(HhJ stret, in the simp of a very hue quality
of thicK-sitled Morocco, Kid. d alf He I Boots ;
a l.trir' lot of Mis1 and -hililxwn's I 11, at
reduced prirs. Also an extra lot of lasting Heel
(niters, thick soles. No troulde to show jtoods.
Ladies, come and judtfe. for yourselves I aj deter
minefl lo sell cheap and Kd sifeoes. Look to your
own interests. You save mon ty by buying (El
hnnit-nii(ilo Mhoes. Gum Itootfv Riiblters. Bullalo
Shoes, .Saiidatl, and other styles of Over hhoes.
JiHN JiASCH,
dw-12 No. 8 Second St., IEvmusvIHh, Ind.
v prs Skates, for men and bnjs,
it fancy t-.eis.
4 htriiijrs Sleigh JVlls.
Junt receivel bv
;KO. . SONNTAO.
CHUISTMAH IS COMING!
JTV lJSRH0JmM WtHHJJVM T0
M. purchase nice presents, will ilo well to cull
at S. II EA LY'S, where they will Jiud a nice assort
ment of Christmas and New Year Books, I'rxtm 5
cents to S15. Also Writing Cases aud Work Boxes
from $2 tn 2A. Be sure to call befor. yoir buy.
dec2J J. J!KAf-'
rnin i h i sjk h v-kT Jjzi i
JL Fruit, and Pickle department of the Eureka
Bazaar is now full niul complete. M"iOK & iANO
LEY oflr at priees as low as families can put up
themselves, ami are extra in junlity.
2o doz assorted Pie, Fruit, Cherries, Currants,
Damsons, Piuuis. &r.
10 dz natural Fruit in Glass Peacbe, Slraw-
Iwrries, and JVars.
2i doz asnorted Prunes in quart glass Plums,
Cherries, tjuinces, Pineapple, sit raw btrries,
l'eiiches Pears, (-c, rf-c.
V doz assort d Preserves, in hf gal. glacis Jar 3,
same as ots.
3 doz Brandy Cherries.
t Peaches.
" 41 aas'd Jtdlies Peifcch, Strawberry, and Cur
rant qts.
3 th- assorted Jellies Peach, Strawberry, And
Currant pts.
3 doz assorted Jellies Peach, Strawlierry, nud
Currant hf pts.
doz qt cans fresh Peaches, extra.
Strawlerries, extra.
' " " Tomatoes, '
; 3 pt C4DS
" qt cans Green Corn,
Green eas,
' assorted Pickles gallon, half gallon, rfrnrt
:(
:t
523
and int jars.
5(1 extra Pickles, by the dozen or hundred.
In the above assortment can be found all that
the epicure may want, and at prices low, veiy low,
and quality unexcelled, at the Eureka Bazaar or
dec2l COOK A LANGLKY.
IF..
Ji. J. 8T0JPJaJJ, l.njr0JtT-
r of lainj-rroot vte, Ambrotvott. ami He
lainntyiH Stock, aud general age at for Pi i a to
graphic materials, all of which are tleiel ar. re
duced prices at 17 MAIN STRK'fiT.
jft;t;s ! FAUiti f FaHtS 2t0 doii ui 'fresh
Jm. Eggs just receivetj at
dtic-J
COOK i LANGLEYrS.
BUSINESS CARDS.
rwxtti: -J3i:ttft a . u u-oiio
JL respectfully inform their friends and the puli
!ic generally, that they have removed their oftice
and store to their new building ou Frst street, threa
doors above Pine street, near the foundry , where
they will be able to give more prompt attention
to the orders of their customers. A large lot of
stoves will be sold out at retail, at wholesale prices,
in order to close out the stock.
deco KEATZ A DEILMAN.
CHRISTIAN KMATS.. MMM..WM. H UUtaH.
KRATZ & HEILMAN.
CITY FOUNDRY I
MAN L'FACTU RERS AND BUILDERS OF STEAM
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Saw and Grist Mill Machiuery, Tobacco Screws,
Gumming Machines, Chinese Sugar Caue Mills.
Thratlng Muchlnci, &e,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
tWVlE PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY FOVX
JL dry beg leave to inform their frienda and the -public
in general, that they are prepared to do all
kinds of .J
MACHINE AND FINISHING WORK,
and everything appertaining to the Foundry busi
ness. They are manufacturing Steam Khoinks and.
Boilers of any sine aud power required. Saw Mill
Machinery aud Mill Gearing of any size; Distil
lery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws, Gum
ming Machines, Thrashing Machines, Malt Mills,
Horsepowers, Ourn-shellers, Machinery of allkloda '
made aud repaired. Iron and Brass Castings , a
very description, Iron Ilousefronts, Cellar Grates
J-c. Cooking aud Heating Stoves of the latest ira
proved patterns; Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, e.
BREWERS, DISTILLERS, KECTIFlEKS.Ac,
Supplied with every description of Copper ana
Sheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Kefrigerators, .
Atteinporators, Sparges, Stillheads and Worms on
an improved principle, t'-olmuns for Alcohol Stills,
Y'oast Jugs, Cans, Sy plums, Ac; Copiwr, Lead and
Iron Pipe; C-opper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every
variety, for beer, spirits, oil, Ac: Brass Cocks and
Valves, Steam Whistles, rf-c.
Workmen sent to all parts to fit up work aud do
refiairs in Steam Boilers, Coppitf and Sbset Iron
Work, tc.
OLD METALS BOCGnT.
They nre dealing in and selling Allen's Improved
Steam Gauge, Wrought Iron welded Pipes and Tn-
bing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Machine,
Stephen Hughes' Flour Sejiarators, German Bolt
ing Cloth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing, Horn, tc.t
of the last kind; Tinplate, Sheet Iron, Block Tin,
Pig Iron, Habit Metal, Spelter, Fire Brick.
They have every facility of the best Machinery
and uorkineu, and will give all work entrusted to
them, their individual attention, tilling orders
promptly, warranting their work, and are sati.rted
with reasonable pries.
MuS OHice and Sale Booms, No. 00 Main street;
jfoiiu.li y. Holler Yard and Machine Shop on Pine
street, between First and Second streets, Evans
ville, Indiana. dec7
OLD AND YOUNG
Aft'lHM ITS Tltl'TU, VIZ: THAT
Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative
Will inHorve infaltihlt, tl yrotrth and cohtr of tho
hair, if tiwvl two or throe tinii a wek. to any ini
agiiiuM an. lVrtV-rtly rostore tho graj' ; covar
tlie iKtltl with natnrtVri own ornauieiit, the hair ;
inako it mort Holt anil iM'autiful than an j oil, ami
pn'fHirvti tho xcalp i'no from all diwaiw, to the
reater.t ao. StatSHH'ii, J.ntos, Attornynf lHo
torn. Clergymen, rroft'rtjsional mon, aud Gentlemen
and Ladies of all chisaiH, all over tho world, btar
tHtimony that we do not aay too much ia itHfavur.
Htad Hih folhw'nr, and judtre :
PROF. S. TIJALBKRG, PI
aniHt, say a, on h in arrival iu the UnittHl
tStatoslu' wh rapidly Iteooiuin gray, but
on applying Wottd's Hair Restorative hin
hair ot'ii recovorel it original hue.
CHAS. CAKDKW, U NASSAU ST.,
N. Y.. aya tho rny hairs on his wifo'a
head wore, after a few weeks trial, turn
ed into a dark hrou n, at tho same time
beiuitifyinu: and thickening the hair.
A. O. KAY MON 1, BATH,
Maine, say a he i now sixty years old.
aud hit hair and whiskers were two
thirds frray, hy the use of two bottles of
Kestorativo tho hairs have disappeared,
both on his head and face, sad is more
soft aud glossy than for tweuly-ave
years previous. His wife, at the ao of
tilt v-two, hns used it with the same effect.
FIN LEY JOHNSON. IfiSQ., NEW OR
leaiiH, says that ho h.st his hair hy the
Yellow Fever, in 184. Ho usm1 Weotl's
Hair Kestorative, aud his hair is now
thick aud ehwiy.
S. M. MIDDLETON, 1IV
inston, Alabama, says that the Kostora
tive has done much good in his rart of
the country. Ho used it for baldness.
Mid no: has a tine head of hair.
T. L. MOKSK LEBANON, KEN
tueky, says he has Mn WtXMl's llair Ktis
torativo used in huinlreils of rases, and
never knew it to fail in aceomplishinir
all it prot'unaes to do.
A.J. ALLEN, UcLANRS.
boro1, Ills., says he had the scald head 8
years, and was bald, but by the liberal
uso of Wood's Hair Kestorative. he now
has a rich glotsy head of hair.
r5"Sold by all Druggists. and by O. J.
Wood & Co., 444 Ih-oadway. New York,
and 114 Market street, St. Louis, Mo.
decl0-;inidAw
if if &
Xx-- VA xxi-
J1ALSAM FOR THE
LUNGS 1
TOR THE Cl'KE or
Consumption, Decline. Asthma. Bronchitis.
)Vastint of Flesh, Niyht Sweats, Spitting
rtf Blood, Whooping Cough, Difficulty of
Brat thing. Cold, Co ugh, Injlucnza, Phthis
ic, Pain in the Side, and all Diseases of
the Lungs.
H,KHI DOLLARS K K WA II It
IS OFFERKD FOK A lift ITER RECEIPT.
ll contain no 0),iiitn, Cal&mel. Nor Minmtt VoUou
ami is (fe J or the most delicate child.
It iscsiimated that 150,000 persons die annually
in the t'n lied States, with consumption, and Prof.
Eberly says that a vsst number of these could be
saved by tho timely use of some proper remedy.
lr. Hall's Balsam strikes at the root of the dis
ease at ence, and such is its speedy effect that any
one using it freely according to directions for twenty-four
or forty-eight hours, and not entirely sat
isfied with its merit, may return; it and receive
hack their money. The most distressing cough is
frequently relieved by a single dose, and broken up
in a few hours1 time. 'J' lie afflicted do not have to
t:ik bottle after bottle lie fore they lindout whether
this remedy will afford relief or not.
The public have been Imposed upon by remedies
recommended by certiticates which have always
originated from some unknown source. We believe
that a medicine possessing real meilts will effect
cures wherever it is used, at home as well as abroad.
This is no paregoric preparation, but one which if
used in season will save the lire of tLousands; and
ersoiis may make this bargain with agents from
whom they purchase : that in every case where it
is used freely according to directions, and entire
sstistacti'm is not given in tweity-four or forty
eight horns, they can return tae medicine, aud
their money will be cherfully refunded.
It has eflctid cures iu numerous cases where the
most skillful phyiciaua in this country aud Europe
have been employed, aud have exercised their skill
in vuiu. Ca which they proiiouuced incurable,
and surremH-rer. as hope lews beyond a doubt, having
the pittient without a singln ray to enliven them
in their gloom, hsve been cured by lr. Hall's Bal
aam, aud the victims of consumption " are now
vigorous and strung as the mottt robust among us.
Aud these roses ate riot isolated ones ; they are nu
merous, and can U pointed out in every communi
ty where this mo t unrivaled remedy has been
tested.
Be alow, thwii tw I elieve the oft-repeated story
alrout the lungs beiu gone; or rather let no such
apprehension induce you to give up. Act upon the
-unci pie that while there is hope. You can never
xi so low that you may not trust, humanely speak
ing, in Hull's llalsain. More than one, nay, hun
dreds has it brought almottt from death to life,
when all lse ha 1 failed. Give, then, this powerful
but harmlsiis remedy a trial.
Call mi thcugeiit and get a pamphlet gratis. Tlie
treatise on consumption alono is worth the price of
the medicine. You will find certiticates of physi
cians in Cincinnati, and of others whose cures have
In-eii etlected here at home, where they can bo
f nind.
Wu have certificates of its cures from many of
our most resectable citizen men and women
who live and have beu cured among us. For par
ticulars we lefer those living out of the city
to ourageuts. Against such preparations as never
e fleet cures where it has its origin, we would cau
tion you. Unknown persons and places, aud tic
itious cases, are made Hiitstervieiit to the spread
ftid use of remedies of this doubtful character.
tJ He sure and ak for Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam
fur the lungs.
Fr sale by the Proprietors,
A. L.. SCO VI t L St, CO.,
No. 12 West Eighth Wt., Cincinnati.
AU, by Keller t White, Evansville, Ind.
N. S. Thompson, "
4lec-dw2m
g m A SOWAR E
JMM. 2
A) duz Coal llodn !.", 1G, nnd 18 in..
KM) sctlo Fire IroiiB Iiiumh A iron head.
ih din. H"ikx1 Siiwi' coinjilrtu,
lit dor. Chopping Axes,
2) doz lat Cutteruuuil StufTcru,
2U doz tkai ftbovel imsrtl,
JH doi UntciiiT r -'ivei yt to 12 In.,
Also variety oi I'ork aud Lrd Clcvms, Dutcli
m Sk.ii and Steels, I'latfonn Scales, 8calo Ilea nil,
md ftt-l ytirdi. On iuiud and for Bale at No. IO
Main Krwt. OKO. H. BONNTAO.
' mtlU.LJX; 11 Of fill WAXTED.Any Mr.
jLJr Hon bavijig a dwollio Ijouko of fiva cir aix
rootux, Hitnalcd witliiu ixinvciiii rit diiitaiica of lli
PoHt Oftir. cau licai- of it tcuaut by applyiiiK at
this wllice. dccla-lwd.

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