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! i J-L- .Z JL -F A -i.V-c- r VOLUME XII. EVANSVILLE, IND., MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1860. NUMBER 109. oF O HT JHL Iljo i. i fv i i you,. Lev' Ver She gailg Ijonwal J -.YKS H itfeKEKLY Alitor. nj THAYER, i'len'1 Busines Mawujfr. : N .H- McNKELY, Siip't JlfeAaiMiit Vimi-tH-. ttHoer thb riRW tnr thk T. INSVILLE JOURNAL COMPANY. lmal Buildings. LOdiSt Stss Bstw ftrmt mm U'mttr. TMZMJM8 MM? SVMSCMMM'TMOJ'. Patier - 00 " (Mailed) ! week (payable to Carriers) Weekly Taper . V ly Paper .. ; 00 it) 4 (HI i I XI . lulu ot lb IT mora I IK n. i.rU'ii..... ..fvmrlv advertiser is limited i .irowa immediate busiuesa, in their owu name; ill advertisement lor ui ueueni - ns, w well as 1 K1 advertisements ami aiiver- - nnt of ii.-ti..ii and lvertwui-iiu with .-e of other persons, sent lu by thorn, must 1 1 at the usual rates. ,:" resolutions or procedings of any ..tii-':, fc . .-ookoUk association or iiuuiiu umun ikwignvil to call attention to I. '"o '"" - till ailvertiaeuiPiit. tt i" i- ' 'UiiiK will not le rr v. illt I ktUi tVe.1 is Iflt at ti iron than a ,:! HI" l51til", ' lintitl t, .lur i, not tl-Uiaow U. i j -v t our usual time fUur trua foi J tiwiuioiita art- CASH. . I (it 11 I Wet It. I 1 50 skv fa. I :i oo I f 00 15 25 7 50 75 4 ill ti O0 7 rt 00 1U 5t 1 Ma. 2 Mo t. 3Jfi'. 4 (HI ti (M 8 00 10 (Ml VZ 00 14 00 too 8 75 11 50 la 75 I Iti Ul 18 75 irpria5 j is hi i is 75 1 'ti so i ty-'i 4 ilo't. I 8 50J 12 76 17JJ0J 21 25 25 5ii yj 75 wV7TlrM L5 00 20Jll -X0lJ :h 35 K fTaoV 1 13 oo 1 19 so oo : so ;w ihi 45 mi l 15 S 22 SO 30 37 SO 45 OM 52 :! I BH i Kvantvlllr &, Crawfonlnvlllf road.. DEPARTURKS. Aceomroodation Train... Mail Train AU1UVALS. r..l 5 A. M. 10.25 Mail Train Aero tHiuodat ion ..5.1 r. M. .. 4.15 " Death, In California, of Dow, Jr." The California papers received by the Baltic, which bring us intelligence to the 5th instant, contain r touching aceoeut of the death, in dirt and destitution, of El biidge O. Paige, better known as " Dow Jr.," and as the author of the humorous ser ions highly celebrated under that name. We quote from one of the papers in ques tion : A man of no ordinary fame as a literateur, one who has achieved a Mattering celebrity, who was at one time rich, admired, and oourted, died in this city, at 9 o'clock last night, in the most abject poverty. No pen enn describe no language express the in tensity of filth, the gqustlidness of poverty, the ineft'able misery of. the apartments in which this man, unattended, uncared for, had breathed his last, and resigned his soul . to the Creator. We speak of Elbridge G. Paige, better known under his nom de plume of " Dow, Jr," the author of the famous 'Patent Sermons," which hayejii"1-ft"' i r,. t t or the reading world whose language is English. Ten and ,K a. .Mr. Paige was tlie editor 15TIT1") f I II s i ! ;i a iiki'A. ! i w"j"i"w ji 7.-r as a 75 j 5 ir. ( TtHI I 2 10 I l I 3 1 4 S ;i 00 I A 75 4 50 5 2i j proprietor of the New York Mercury, a pa per at that time remarkable for its pungent - wit, its proverbial good humor, and the prac ticable, as well as charitable views it ex pressed, of men and things. The Patent Sermons of " Dow, Jr.,?' were collected and published in book-form, and achieved a ce lebrity, particularly in England, which was very gratifying to the author. Reverses, .; however, overtook Mr. Paige, and he took to drink. Soon after his arrival, he wrote 1 for the Sun, then in its meridian, and his writings were universally commeuded. Of late years, Mr. Paige had leen connected with the Gulden Era, whose pages he has enriched with many kindly and gencrounly , conceived contributions. About nine o'clock last night, officer Nickerson waa informed that a man was dying in a house on the north side of Paci fic street, three doors east of Kearney, and immediately proceeded to the spot ; but ere ' he arrived the spirit had tied, and he found prostitute closing the eyes and jaws of what ' was once a man of mark, and fame. As we aid before, it would be utterly vain to at tempt giving the slightest description of the reeking HltK and squalidness of his apart . men I. The bel waa innocent of linen of all kind, and was saturated with water. The " floor was indescribably filth)', and the walls , dank with moisture and tilled with fungi. On th table stood two tin plates that had probably been used for some time, a::d never P vWJUtfAl trom ine moment iney were nrsp " soiled; lliese contained the remnants of his last supp-r. In a corner of the room was a small keg of pickled herrings, the maggots in which were far more numerous than the fish, and almost rivaled them in size. On a small table near his bed were two liottles containing liquor the curse of h.s later life and undoubted cause of his death. His feet were resting on the foot-loard of his loath-, some cot, and no portion of his cloth tug had ben removed except his hat. 'llxj coroner, Dr. McNitlty, was summon ed, awl he had the liody conveyed to the dead-house on Sacramento street. A post- itnortem examination will lie held, and an inquest, if rces-sary. Thus died Elbridge G-Paige once a man of wealth, jiosilioii .and celebrity. The readers of Milt sad article will hardly recognize in the subjvt of its discourse the .gallant "Dow, Jr.," wti ,lsel to drive out ito- Bloomingdale such a sufitv, pajr of black tjionies, and who was feted and earressed in - jN'tVY York as one of fortune's greatest la- isritZ. He was a gentleman cf abundant ienius; but success was hia ruin . It atrodueed him into "fast" associations, d to "fast " habits, and thence to povert, j,tyrier00 and death. Cm. (Jaz. v'vCol. Ktevens, of the Astor House, i - Srk, has hoisted a flag on his hotel, 3 Daniel Webster's memorable " fiil l.'nion now and forever one and le." toe are over I8w newsprints in Including dailies, weeklies aud t t Chns. SjMjar, formerly of Palmer's j , News Room, Boston, lias recovered a ver i diet of $1,500 against Professor Morse, for ! i the value of a teleprrapb right, purchased of the latter, which dil not prove to be valid. I It appears that when Professor Morse ob- i t.aiued the extension of his patent, he ! thought his associates in the previous patent ' wikiilil fiiive nn tdaim to thi pYtencinn nml ' began to sell claims in his own right. Hut i uis tussucuues, r . J. csmivn, ,-raos tven- j dall, and others, claimed a share in the ex- I tended patent, and the courts gave it to i them ; hence, the right sold to Spear by Morse proved of no value, and lie has reoov- I ered the orginal price, with interest. The ! Morse patent expires in 1861. Ittay" A Cincinnati paper tells of the ad- j vn,llrM f vftnn ma,. f-r.ni tl.t. K.ict wlia ? 1 . V 1 ciune to that city for a situation, but who drank Forkopolis whisky, ran out or money, and, selling his outfit, stinted fur New Or leans, resolved to be a man. On the steamer r). Mcl." heell among thieves, was robbed, .i f xr-,. ni,.,. , c., ; - ftllA Ub .IV f'VOli ISOIIIC: blUIC 1.141. . hanty Hospital. Kecoverin. he started on foot for his home in Boston, and reached Red j river, whence he took a steamer for Mem- j phis, but was put oil' at Natchez, where he j 5-ecame a hostler. The nevvsof the Harper's i ! r-i ry affair reached Natchez, and he was t.-vusv.l of being an Abolition emissary. He : awuy to Jleniplus, thence footed it 10 : s i. ( rduring all sorts of hardships, and . -v tvalked to F'aris. Illinois, where he 1 friends, who killed the fatted calf, i uglier hard lesson. JOS. SCIIOPjNFELD, MANI'KA( Tl!IiKK WIlOdKSAlK PKALKIt IN CLOTECINGr ! CLOTHS, CAHXlMFUiVS, SATIS tri'TS, TWF.I'.H GENTS' FUIINISHIXO GOODS. Also, Ilatu mttl daps. No. .1 Mais Stkkkt, iikt. Kibt ai !Sk(im. e,lJ KVANSVlI.f.K. IM. St. Charles Saloon. NEW PUOPRlKTOliSIIIP 1 F I'lTTITlP rii 1 i lid l!R.ni!iASI7Tl!IM I jmWMlSSUS. ItJlMMKU K Ml HMi I M'liUS, j WwjL from New Orlealie, have purchased the ST. CHAltLKS SALOON, on First street, nearly oppo site the Post Office, and have relitteii it in au ele- imitl uml 11 1 !!! i Vt. Ml Vie 'fbe new proprietoiTi have had lonr expi-rience as New Orleans, and they will endeavor, In their new Keeoers ol lasliioltaoie arm iiopuiai ni'sittiirieim iu house, to combine all the elegancies anil luxuries of Northern and Southern Kestaurats in tin. ST. t'HAKLKS. They havtf brought a larfre and complete shs-k of choice Liipioni from New Orleans, which they collected with care during their business in that eity. Their connect ion and acquaintance iu that city will uuuble them to obtain Ilie choicest sup plies of Liquors, Fruit, anil luxuries from that market iu future, and they will spare no txieiiHe nor iaius to make the ST. t'HAUI.KS surpass, bere.tt'ter, its former representation, a a ptensniit Salooti, a place ol otMl living, and elegant, n lined and luxurious resort. Milliard players will find at this Saloon a set of the tiuest marble top liilliard Tables, from the well know u and celcbraleil I'ju'forv of .1. M. Uruns wick t"o. The undersigned tlatt.r themselves hat lou ex ln'rii'iice and uireful attention will trouble tliem to merit a reputation mjunl to any Sa.lno. in tfc. vrst ern country. A splendid Lunch wiil 11 served tip in the most upproved style, ev rv morning at 10 o"'clock. JIAMMKU it DKEIFUSS, au4 Late of New Orleans. Collector's Sale O l&tal Enlutf- for the patpnritt f es unit eypptt? mVTMC'Ji MM Mi Kit: II 1" HI !. that bv virtue of two precepts, issued out of the Clerk's oliice of the city of Kvansville, and to me directed, 1 will sell at public outcry at thu door of the Ckmrt House in the city of Kvansville, on Friday, the OOth day of Deemlior, IS jtt, the follow ing lots ct parccis of real estate, or as much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amounts assessed and charged against said lots respectively, as the cost and expense of making side-walk improve ments in front of said lots, together wit'. V.. i. Ktock tin. keii s enl. tin : 11 4i 11 4( lo 42 50 9 27 I 04 9 ! IS ! o : -.to" . no do 4, do do do do do do do do do do do do do 4, do 4, do 4, do 4, do 4. do 4, do 4, do 4, do do do do do do do 4, ', 7, l, li, 14, do do do do do do do do I, do do S, F.astern enl io ao S10! 82 on said Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. U. day. V. St'HMl t'K, ilcc7d:lw City Collector. CRESCENT CITY GALLERY." WK ALL follow interest iu spite ol vain ilk, And to those who deal fairly, to them snotint walk, Mow, yon who want Pictures, both cheapai first rate, Hrinj? your diwus to SMITH'S Uullcry, (yon uoii't have to wait). He fours no competition from one or the other, ' lint looks usin each as a friend and a brother; He cares not for show, nor putting, nor blowing,' Mock soirees, or gammon, assuredly kuowiug That he makes the trade, who gives most lor the cash ; The people care nothing about any grand splash. Now, all who want Pictures, large ones or small, Should, without more delay, on Mr. Smith call; The Court House, you know, just over the way, Kxaiuine his Pictures we km,w what you'll say The best in the city, and cannot la tieat In finish or price and by way of a treat, To Ladies and Kam'ties he lessens his pay Come along, fl it-nils, don't neglect it a day. 'seplti-tim CHILLS AND FKVKlt. m t gtt sr hjm j J ti M -t ' & MJ ti M , strange that persons will continue to shake from day to day, week to week, and month to mouth, with Ague, when seventy-live cents invest ed iu Dr. Harker's Chlorine Ague Killer would cure them Bound and well. Try it. For aaln at. oct 111 THOMPSON'S Drugstore. W. II. P. STODDARD, V T H Mi OI.lt MtHTJMBMtM Hit Mill DItCU STOliK, No. 17 Main street, con mi ni's lo keep oil halo's a full and complete supply ol Medicines, Paints, Oils, Yaruisltes, filass. Brushes, Pertunierj , Lamps, Burning Fluids, Ac. Which lie sells at as low a figure as any house in the city. Also, a lar4? and varii d ansrtiiiei t of AMBKGTY I'K STOlK. '.-I M Kit AS, CASKS, A .V' VHKMIfAI.S, la fact, everything appertaining to the art. i rdern promptly attended to, and forwarded by steamboat or Kxpresstoaoy part of the country. sepcio i To Printers. ' rWMIH W'JS-llli MtHJ'li II H.I I'K A i M large amount ot PltlNTlNii MATKklAL, which they willsell cheap for cash. It consuls, iu part, of the following articles : 400 ll. Long Primer 'i ie ; 400 do Brevier do UHI do Bourgeois do :um do Nolijiarcil do j 1MI do Pica do . do J-line Pica Clarendon ; ! 60 do Nonpareil Clarendon (for iiewspaper t display): I 1 font rsi-line Cuudciisi-d Antique w nod Type ; i 1 Washington Super -royal Hand Press n roltinu fixtures, etc.; j 1 pair double llimlilllll, and 4 airs snper-ioyal ) Chases ; j 10 hrass-lottoiu news galh-ys ; ; i news sticks ; 1 1 slice-galley. N A l -so A lot of Iron foot and side slicks, 'johehu- Iciuls. rules, dashes, Ac. itin material is much of it nsgond as new . ami 1 notiesf it is in in-n the worse for wear. I lleru'M a chance rarely met with Tor splendid tstrgains. We call the allention of all printers who i may wish to iiif-rease the Mock or slait new ollin-s, to our illdui-euienls. ' Foi tui ther pai'liculars, address M. S. CAIHKKON, tndianapolH, M NKKLV, KvaiibViJlu.Iud. or JAM KM ki MISCELLANEOUS. WM. BIKBBOWEB C. T. BROtHlHTIIS . MKKItO Wt'Jt X BUOlftillTO.V Wholesale DKCGOISTS, IH-alcrs in Paints, Oils, Vakniuhek, &c Washington liliK-k Main St., Kvausville, Iud. Country erchants snpplii-d on Very liberal terms. my7-ly ttt M, Mt M It. JXJi. HJ vi.y-u TV 1. located on the Northeast corner of list and Sycamore struets, for the )iiro- of rrp;iirliif; Slilsiijil, liepeiitiiiK, and other Watches, Jewelry, Ac, lg his friends and the public em-rally, to call upon him, when satisfaction will be huihu teed. jan2-lyd 'iMJUJLlih 1 jncjAiiBToJs', WIl ULE S sale and .Retail UKOCER AND PKOVISION MERCHANT, denier in Cordage, Nails, Glass, Ce ment, Powder, Plaster Paris, Ac, No. 128 Main I 1 street, near the Canal, hvansville, Ind. febzs ' strwt, Kvuusville, Iudiuna, Wholesale Deal- el's in Groceries and all kinds of Produce, Nails. Gloss, While Lime, ('i nn'Jit, Cotton Yarn, White Lead, Linseed Oil, il ., Ac. Also, constantly on bund a full stock of Ckish, Panel Doors, ifcc, of all iizes. ap-0 W 9T UJlHir' it " 'liiHCiilTlii-T. Jt feortice on StHond street, between Vine and Di vision, next door to the old Presbyterian Church. Plans, siicciticntious, detail drawings, &c. for all classes of building, prepared on short notice, and on reasonable ter?&i. niil7 Watches and Jewelry. P. L. CEISSLER MAIN ST., It KTW KKN' Til 1 Itil AND Ftil'IlTII, OI'HOSITE CO CUT HOCSE. -MM.ipJJ'U JU8T MtftTtfKJjm FKOM MM. the Kiist, where he has liliri;liHil il bn ii t it'ul io4 nt. ment of WATCUKS, CLOK8. WEPZ&&&&k and JKWKLltl' of every des t-riitiiui, the uudersiKned is prepared to suit pur chasers in every jiarticular. lie invites an exami nutiiou of his goods and prices. P. L. GIKSSLEU. N. II. catches and Clocks repaired and war ranted. sep2.'t.) I J. CD. JETJ&JECiy3Sl9 Wholesale and retail dealer in TOYS AND NOTIONS, NO. I M A 1 X KTKKKT., "1; H It lilt Mi f .V UK fOlilt V w full stuck of all the novelties of the dav for the Fall Trade and Holiday Preseuts, including Pianos. Meludeous, Violins, Harps, Acuordeons, r'il'es, Flutes, Toy Drum, limit, Dolls, Balls, Tea Sets. Tops, Marbles, Chessmen, Doiniuos, Fire W.irlr l'lt,.l llilr I..u..lii7 i.- '..,...- i l . ... . . - ! try nml 1 itv 1 rade solicited by A. C. IHISHKK. tif. mii i' k a i' IJVMI H MJT.ii t, W V HOOK Jt STATION Kit V STOUE. Just received and for sale by the sub Mci'i ler, a large and splendid assortmeiit of Hiioks and Statiimery, consisting iu part of OOO Iteams ot Cap, Letter and Note Paper ; odd Quires of lilauk IStmks, from ldi-. to Jl.'si er quire; l.Kl.iMKi assorted Knvelopes ; Memorandum lks.iks of all kinds ; aiso, a largess Bortmeiit of School Rook.; Kibles of all kinds; nil kinds of Miscell aneous orks ; told Pens ol all kinds; Steel U'ens of every brand ; tiold and iP'ar Penholders ami Pencils ; Pocket Pooks and Porv moiiiiais of every description ; Mnsical Iustruments cf all kinds ; Sluvt Music and Music Paper ;" Kraw iug l'aH. ami Pictures; Slates and Pencils; Ink and Inkslauils; and many oilier articles too nu merous to mention, all of which will Is sold at the very lowest price for cash. J. UKALY, Koter's lUork, corner of Main and First streets. aiii;14 Ayer's Ague Cure. FOR Tllg SI'KRIIV Cl'BE OK INTEBM ITTKST FEVKB, Oil FF.VER ANI AutIK, liKMMITTENT Ff.VKB, ClIII.I. Fever, Di mb Aiiuk. Periodicai. Hkauaciiic, on HiLLior Hkaiiai-he, axd BlLLTOl'S Fj-:veus, INOF.KO Foil THE WUO .R 4-LAS8 OF I'ISK."-F.S im(AATINU IK 1I1I.I.1ARY IIKHAX11EMF.NT, t'At'SEII V THE MALARIA OF MIASMATIC COUNTRIES. No oho remedy is louder called for by the neces sities of the American people than a sure and sale curt) for Fever and Ague. Such a remedy we are now enabled to oiler, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate the disease, and with assurance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise from its use in any quantity. That which protects from or prevents this disor der must be of immense service in the communi ties where it prevails. Prevention is better than cure, for the patient escapes the risk which he must run in violent attacks of this baleful distemper. Ths " Cure " expels the miasmatic poison of Fever and Ague from the system and prevents the devel opment of the disease, if taken on the first ap proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only the best -"iucdv ever yet discovered for this. 1. 1 ,l H ot coniulaii.1, I. " 1 w-sr-T trtitequantiiy we supply for a dollar brings it with in the reach of everybody ; and in billions districts where Fever and Aguo prevails, every body should have it and use it freely both for cure and protec tion. It is hoped that this price will place it with in the reech of all the poor as well as the rich. A great superiority cf this remedy over any other discovered fcr the speedy and certain cure of Iuter niiltciits is, that it contains no Quinine or miner al, consequently it produces no q.uinism or other injurious effects whatever upon the constitution. Those cnreil bv it are left as healthy as if they had never had the disease. Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor ders arise from its irritation, among which are Neuralgia, ltheumati ,m, liout, Headache, llliiul i.i'is, Toothache, Karache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpi tat ion Painful Affection of the Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in the Bowels, Colic, Paralysis, and lieiange meut of the Stomach, all of which, when originat ing in this cause, put on the Intermittent type, or become periodical. The " Cure " expels the poison from the blood, and consequently cures them all alike. It is au invaluable protection to iinmi grauts and persons traveling or temporarily resid ing in the malarious districts. It taken occasion, ally or daily while exposed to the iiitertou, that will lie excreted from the system, and cannot accumu late in sulhcieiit quantity to ripei: into disease. Hence it is even more valuable for protection than cure, and li-w will ever sutler from Intermittcnts, if they avail themselves of the protection this rem edv affords. Prepared by Dlt. J. C. AVKK & CO., Lowell, Mass. Price Une Dollar per Bottle. IH5- Sold by KKLLKR .t WHITE, Kvansville, and by all Druggists and Merchants throughout this country. octli-ouidAiweow NEW DRUG STORE. ! Ir'J.V'f MlttlUS OH .UK II- m ii u lues that vou cin lU'peud upon, call al Tin. inpson's New Store, corner of Main and Sec ond streets. He has a splendid stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stiltls, Window -lilass, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, Varnish; Shoe, Hair, Tooth. Nail, Clothes, and Hand Brushes; Hair Oils, Pommies. Pomatum, and Hair Touirs in endless va riety. The Ladies can tind all the latest Toilet ar ticles out, and of the very liest quality. If you waut cheap and good goods, go to THOMPSON'S New Drugstore. decl.'t AfO K S SIIELLKUS A Sit iiKlSl)IAtS -J would call the attention of farmers and deal ers to this Sheller and Crinilcr ; it is coniiact and Mrtable. combining both durability aud cheap ness They must ueiTessarily lieeotue au appendage to every farmer's barn. Shelters 4 sViTi M Criiuler .- isi Kor sale al No. lo Main street. drcW tJKO. S. SON'NTAfl. raw .nMiucii.ij'Ts, fiit'sit i.i.vs M AND DUCtJtJISTS. We are regularly reo-iving additions to our slock uf liitriis, AIk.iiicinks. Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varmsiifs, Pi rh mi itv, and Fancy Articles, which we are prepared to otter to the trade on as good terms as can Is pi ,-hused in Cincinnati, Lou isville, or St. Limits. We have iu store lo tons of Kxtra Pi'HE White I.eai., in kegs .'a.r lbs, ."( Itis, and Iihi lbs, wliich we are sidling to tlti-lrade al manufacturers' prices. KKLLFK A WlilTK. No. .'S"J Main street. If KHlt'JtJS H19IMK9 H0tT40jy9 MS tliH tiirgi'dt hioI bt-rtt ar ratted JIutfl in lht New Knla4i) Mai oh ; is rent rally l.MHit-il, anil easy of a-t--MM from all I lit routes of travt-l. 1 1 con tains all tlit mMl'rii improvrii.e u 1m, and e rry ronvi'iiiiii' tor t he comfort uiid accommoilat ion of the iravt-liii pnKlic. The rh-epintc io tiny are lar-t and well vi-n-tilated; t he suites !' rotnus are well arranged, and ! i"oiiiplelly funiished lor lain ilier, and latve t ravel - ! in partif.s, ami the lions w ill t oiititine o le Wept i :ih a tiist-i fisi hotel in every resett. srp?-iy is ki:k, 1'n.i.r. ) tomeyn at jw, Notaries l'ubljc uuU Jteal Is- j jtt AiT'sntri, Kvj.viHvilk. Indiana: . . Will praet ire law in thu i'ourts of litis 4e, attend to the ctillert ion tf claim in Any p: . C of ;he I Hid il States, w ill luiyundsrll real estate in the ;ity of Kvansville, in Vanderburgh and adjoining n n ties and in the Went Knerallv, and w ill iierlorm ny other duties iertuinini t Attorneys. r Ueal ICstate Aj;iits. l-tot8 and tar ma always lor Hiile. ' Lteriuan siokeii by a iiietnlter id the lirm. 1 Ol)iee oil Third street, opoeiite the 4 .urt HoitMe, in the r.Hni-i tornieiiv tH-eiinied bv the lalt ' firm ol leuby A LunLenlieiinei . ' J CHABLM DK.NBV THfcOUOBft: w. VtMMANN. ' nuvao-Cnid ' MISCF.UNEOUS fSW9nf,lt' n' Ml Mi I. WW WA11K STAlJi L0TTEU1KS! CAPITAL PRIZli 100,000!! Tin fullowin magnificent .schemes will be dniwij ly Woo is Kjuy A Co., JM;m:ierH, in Wiliniiituii, liolawaro, in ubtic, uuilor the Miporiiittiiloiicoo' HWoru coiuuii.ssioiiurs appointed hy the Governor DELAWARE LOTTERY C lctss 3NTo- 678, Draws on Saturday, Dec. 31, 1S59 78 NtJMBKIiS 13 DliAWN BALLOTS. 1 GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE $100,000! 1 rrize of S30,UOO ! liS Prizes of $500 1 " " 0,000 ! i;5 " ' 15 3 Prizes" 10,000 1 ti5 " " 100 3 " ." 0,000 ! 5 " " HO 3 " " 4.UUO I io " " SO 3 " 3,OOU t 4,SM " 0 3 " " 2,000 I 27,010 " " ao loo " u.uuu i 3i,3;M; Pristes anioiintin? to $1,18fi.7R5 ! NKA ItLV 1 Pltl.E TO KVKUV 2 TICKKTS ! Wholk Tickkts, Ji; Hai vks, 10; 0.uaiitkks, Jf5 Certificates of Piu kajjes will lo sold at the fol lowing rates, which is the rik: Certilicitesof PuckaK f'-r Whole Tickets...?? (N) " " -M Half " ... 140 50 " " OQuarter " ... 74 75 " " 2ti Kightlt ' ... 37 37 SPLENDID SCHEME! TO BK DRAWN Each Wednesday in Dec. ClaiM 63 draws M edneaday, DecemlsT 7, I8."!i. Clam GX draws Wednesday, December 14, 185i. t tuut 660 draws Wed nesilay, December 21, 18511. flat iiT'Z draws Wednesday, Novi-niU r as, 1S.V.I, Nearly One Prize to every Two Tick etal 78 Xumber 13 Drawn Ballots. 1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF $ 10,000 1 Piizw ...515,000 IJ5 Prizes of.. S5 " !5 " tift " 130 " 4,liK0 " 27,010 " 1 1 0,(Kl 7,5(KI 5,000 4,13!t 1,550 5i 0 Ml. 5C 4 311 !0 10 1 " 1 " 3o Prizes ol. ,1o " 20(1 " , H.t ;t,:ttl( Prizes amounting to riS'.i,'?0 Whole Tickets $10; Halves $."; Quarters Certificates of Packages ill tha aliove Scheme, to la drawn each Wednesday, will be sold at the bil lowing rates, which is the risk : Certilinile of Package of 2i whole tickets SI I'.i r,i " " 2C. half " 717". " " i quarter " 'M :i7 In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the amount ot money to our address, for what yon wish to piirch.-isM ; name Lottery in which you wist it invested, and wli-ilo-vou wish Wholes, llalvif Quarters, on receipt, o whit ri, we s.-ml what'i ordered, by lirst mail, togetin t witn the scheme lmmedtalely after the draw tti, the drawn until, hers will bo sent with a written explanation. teM 'J'uirhasers will please write their signature plain, and give the name of their Postollice, Contt; and Statu. All commiiiiicatioiiK strictly contiilential. All prizes of l.lHlll ami iiuiter. paid immediately after the drawing ; other prizes at the usual tinieo 10 davs. OUR SIXCLK MIMI'.KU LOTTERY, CLASS 51 , CI I'M T.I M. M'KMXMi, - - - $100,001 Draws on Saturday, JTov. li, 1859. Whole Tickets, f-.il,; Halves, SI0; Quarters, Sf, Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates iu th above schemes to WOOD, KDDV A CO., Wilmington, Pel , or WOOD, KDDY A CO., Augusta, tJeorgia. or WOOD, KDDV Jt CO., Atlanta, W The Drawings of the Delaware Stale Lo teries are published in the New York Times an Herald and New York Zeilung. Circulars cantaiu in Schemes for Hie uioutii will lie reus frea of c.v penva by addressing as aliove. dec'2'l OHN A. KK1TZ.., ....JOHN A. HANKY. CRESCENT CITY O TJ 3ST 3 T EVANSVILLE, IND. "JT Tin-proprietors of tlie CUESOENT CITY FOUN IiRY beg leave to inform their friends and the pub. Mr. in general that they are fully prepared to make to order all kinds of MACHINERY Neutknl for Mills or Manufactories of any kin. Having a grout variety of patterns for MILL GEAKISG, of any unl STKIAM ENGINES of any power required. Also manufaeturerf of DIST1LLKUY AND MINING MACH1XKUY, TOHACCO Si'IlKWS AND i'lMSIIKilS, MALT MILLS; SASH, MILKY AND IMPKOVED Circular Saw Mills, GUMMING MACHINES, IRON FRONTS for House, CHINESE SUGAli CANE MILLS. STEAM BOILERS IMPROVED LARD TANKS, And in fact evervthing iu the IRON KOl'N Dli Y" AN D MACHINE ISl'SI N KSS. ItRJlSS V.M STM.Wia made to order. ALSO Dealers in a suiierior article of TJIRKSlllXO MA C1IIXES, And Powers' complete, of the latest improved stvle. IMPROVED STEAM GAUGES, GUM BELTING AND PACKING, WROUGHT AND WELDED PIPE, LEAD AND COPPER PIPE, AND FIRE IJRICK, All at MANUFACTURERS' PRICE. ItV Highest price always paid fi old METALS, At the old Stand Corner Canal and Ingle sir ,-et REIT' ik. HANKY. N. B. Workmen sent to all parts to put up Ma chinery and do repairs in Toilers. THRESHING MACHINES Always oh IuiihI ami for alt. ul WV&T KEVEtl er Ijfliiijli - i llU p'iini4it Tloinit.ni Wliinky, :i da tlo Moiion.-itiflu a prinu article, ultiiii will Ik ?uii1 low for rnsli. Aj.ply to WM. J. HLIlK. Azint 4i-11 4." Alain nt EOONOMV IS WKALTIN! biw ft r cash at No. X Second street, a lare and HiiHrior lot of winter HOuTS AN D SltOKS -Hoys' ami Youth's Kip and t'alf, a prime arlirle. A t1e atMiirt ment of L:ulies' ltublr Oveislioes, Samlaln, Hutlaht, liossimere, Xr. Als a variety id''biblren's and Misses' Shoos- eopptr tips ami other styles too numerous to men tion. ive No. Sa call, if you wish to buy ehoup. Vonrs on friemlly terms, novjt; JOHN IIASCM. ENCOURAC3K HOMK LAROIi. Tf?l . M : 44 Ji It .ff O , 4 V H it i-i K M!dm MAN UKAlTl 1 KU, Main street, near tlie Canal, KV VNSAII.I K, TSO. Hhs on hand a larjje sttw-k of BiiiX;ies and Wagons of every variety all of bin own manufacture which he wilt warrant to lm superior to a'iy work to l pnrcluwe! lit tbn Kast for the Kanit1 prices . l-urif)r the late bard timet, and the inclement win ter with it i iuipassnldy muddy roads, the demand for -aiTiare has In-en lijjfht, and his st'X-k ban ae ciimnlated in bin uji erooins ; to dispie of it, nd lo relieve him.sei. trout a slight pecuniary pretisute, be will wit at retnarkaldy low prices. Any perxon wnowantH a beautunl liny at a bargain, will Ul a better cuaoce tor a tradw than bo has ever l fore, at DKUAli X i i' '"-atcs- - ' I1"" r 1 "i ( I ' J - J MISCELLANEOUS. Home Insurance- Comp'y, OF NEW YORK. Office jy-oH. 113 114, Broadway. CAPITAL STOCK. (All rmiil in) - 81,fxio,ll0 Sl'llCLCS uiKi.OdO The HOME INSURANCE CGMPAN Y continues to insure ugainst los.sor damage by FIKK, and the damages or INLAND NAVIGATION AND TKANSPOKTATION, on terms as favorable as the nature of the ri jks and the real security of the in sured, and of the Company will warrant. I.OSS F.QVITABI.V AIMfsTEn AND PROMPTLY PAID. Abstract of the twelfth semi-annual statement of the condition of the Homk Insurance Company, of the city of New York, on the 30th day of June, 1S."9. ASSETS. Cash, balance iu Bank S H,!i'l2 :ii I Bonils slid Mortgages (being first lien j on Keal Estate, worth at least SI, 5S2,4'.o) S2.i,Si' (t; Loans on Stocks, payable on demand, (market value of securities, S'inl,- iS2) 2-2(i,47ii Ki Bank Stock, (market value,) K4,l;i 110 United States Treasury Notes (market value) 7r.,4'. 31 North Carolina State llonds, (market value,) ,02r no Missouri State Bonds, (market value) 17,300 on Tennessee State Bonds, (market value) fill Ileal Estate, No. 4 Wall street 17,41i; 73 Interest due nil 1st July, IS09, (of which S1,1S2 112 has since been received) 2-'5,7!i2 Go Balance in hands of Aleuts and in course of transmission from Aleuts on 30th June, (of which, S8,71(j 1 h;is since lieen received) 10,211 42 Bills lticeivable, (for premiums ou in land risks) 13.4H7 OS Pivmiums due and uncollected on pol icies issued at office 1,0.M 73 Total LIAIIILIT1ES. l,i.-.7,.S23 71 Claims for losses outstanding on the Hh June, ls.i!l, es timated at S2o,l20 2ti Due SI ock holders on account of Tenth divided 410 00 New Yoik, I'.ith Julv, I8.V1. CIIAS. J. MA IITIN, Pres't, A. K. WILLMARTII, Vice l're't J. Mii.ton Smith, Secretary, John McGhkr, Asst. Secretary. Wi?r-lItTMNKSS ATTKNlikl) TO WITH DES PATCH AND FIDELITY." octiS A. C. II Ar,i,OCli, Asfiit. GUA1U) AGAINST FALL & V I NT Kit ti 1 CHOICE INSURANCE WITH THE V I . NCOKPOKATED 1819 CIIAKTKR PEliPETCAL CASH CAPITAL, $1,000,000! A BSO L XJTK A .VZ I SIM PA I RED. NET StUtPIiVS OF $94:2,18 1 72, And the jirestige of 40 yrs. success and' experience. UPWARDS OF $12,000,000 Of losses have lieen paid by the Xtnn Insurance. Company in the ast 40 j'ears. The value of reliniile insurance will lie apparent from the following LOSSES PAID BY THE iETNA DITP.ING THE PAST FIVE YEARS: In Ohio (431, 521' 83 tu Wisconsin 10(i,9.Vi 07 In Kentucky. 204,939 40 Missouri .JNt.'ilS 04 Iowa & Minn. 101,399 46 Penn. & Va... 31,595 82 In Michigan SlftS.O-H 81 In Indiana... 14t;,83!l SI In Illincis... 4-18,327 41 Tennessee.... !7,.rlJ 21 Kan. & Neb. l'J,94." 77 Ark. & Ga... 23,'J4o 09 Mississippi and Alabama, 52,412 18 rxrnAi'TtrTiaircrTraivigatloii lkisas accwpieu at terms consistent with solvency and fair profit. Especial attention given to Insurance of DWELLINGS awl Contents, for terms of 1 to 5 years. The solid service long and successfully tried, and the many advantages the ATtna Insurance Cenipa ny possesses iu its line, should not be overlooked by those ready to insure, and understanding their best interests. During "stringent times." the necessity for re liable Insurance liecomes an imperative duty the ability of property owners to sustain loss being then much lessened. Agencies in all the principal cities and towns throughout the State. Policies issued without de lay, by any of the duly authorized Agents of the Couijiany. i;iu BUSINESS ATTENDED TO WITH D1S P iCU AND FIDELITY. ALLKA C. HALLOCK, Agent. sep(i-3ini!&w -. HAEmVARE & CUTLEEX giHARijAHH H. WJHjMsS, MJH i O it TMS ii WLJ (DJltKCT) AN1 WHULKSALE JOHBKK, AO. la F1HST T.t OPP. J. JI. MAG II EE it CO. I have now, ami always keejs a qrmn) lure sUn-k nt Goods in nv line l supply at wholesale- to MKJiCllANTS ASU TKADKJiri. 3Iy facilitien for buying ro uiM-ju;illtl by any Jl.iidwaru man. iiuviu liven raiM-d to the ilar.l ware trade in lutliaiiuHii'l L'iiiciimati, my acitaitit auce with tlu driuamlh ot the Vtit ar tliorouirli VITIl A TUAjUK that deinantU a vory largo quantity of Goods, uikI the care and (wiitH taken by me in Ht-Icctin Pkime bramiH and jualitit, I am t'liahlitd to oiu-- THE JJKST OK ;1)S lowtT than liuiny would have t riell truthy ttrticU'.-s Nuii'culy worth th freight home. A jniimtv exam ination of 111 v ritot k 1'V A (JOI NT RY MEKCIIANT iti equivalent to a Male to the party, without fail. And the lust advertiisejueiits I have are the salirt factorv rqortw made by my V H O I, A LK G ( ST0M ERS, and the strong recoiiimendatiourt jiveu of my es tablishment to others who desire to lay in a new sloek by those w ho regularly purchase of ine. For Fall and Winter vales I oilei KiO bx( Wells1 t4iluut' Axes; U) do Lippineott't do.; 5(1 do. Gtdliiib tlo.; otidoz Saiisajre Gutter; .rMi do, PtH'ket Kuives ; J,0UU setts Table Knives and Forks; ion do. Ituteher Knives ; Nitlo. Shears and 8eijsoi ; do. Jla.oi s ; l,tMH do. Files (mostly liutrhtr"s): -J.' do. Grain Shovels ; tlo Ames" do. and other biumU; 'lAum lbs Pump Chain; ro setts tlo. Gearing ; 2,(NH feet dt. Tubinjx (split and Jnired); ;l do Seives and Riddles ; tis'n Mill Saws ; '.I do. Hook Toi.kth and Gut Saws; 20 dofii Wood Saws, (framed ; :too ib.z Locks and Lutein ; :MIo Rutts; l-"pN txrws Serews (l to 4 in.); 2Kt do, Fad Loeks i;assorled); lt(KNi,(HKi G. IK linn Gaps; ,"iH,(NlS. K. do. do., plain and rihlted; MHtt(MNt other qualities ; lof!Mi tVet SatWr Fuse ; 10 easks Gurry Gmnbs ; :i do. School Slates; .1 ti.. liiiU-s;:i lo. Shi't (;uns lo tab);. Ho. tiiiu ltariels ; Gun Trim mings in any quantity largest .tssoi ini.-nt iu the State. SG ALES AT FACTORY PRTGES. lot Platform 'IVa and -ounter) ; ;oSeale Reams ii' do.en Stelv artls. JAPAN El A N I ST.VM PEI TINWAliK. '20 e;ises itulty assoi teil) ; ; bdls Tinners' Wire ; Keith Ears, Rivets, Rrass Wire, Cloth, At'. MAt'HINK HELTING. lo.tHKt f.et Gum IUIi in- and Hose; friHi It-s Gum Pai kiiii; (;t-ss..i ted). With Nee. lies. Port MotmaifS, Ifruslies. Gombs, Tliimhh-;, Rar Strops, Pencils, l!:irps. Tacks, Skates, AS SOME DO, Calidb-sticks, lied FasU'liillgh, t 'lothes Pilis, ilrimlsloni-N, Coftve .Mills, Ac. ,J,i ii. j, advertise all the goods sold in thv lat Is mouths, ami all 1 cipeet lo sdi during the i.fxt Is lIMtllth. '( V NTK V M KUCll A N T; can ati-fv theinsdves by lookiuy; in, that ami tin A'tjj on hand (by far) the iuyate. stock, as to si.e and tjiiality, kept iiXstiiries and With Hardware alone, 1 oectip,,tiet deep, pur- eeiiar ui a House . leei irvuirjrii an me Eastern cluised of mauulaeturers mamifacturimr States,i GERJfANY KNi.L.XJTt'Un Haiilware and Cut Iiapii tiii (diry" lery. -rercbauts, mild cu iirfiial time, mid ;mh1 t'Tft barvraiiirt G.tsbi I It AT ARE KARGAINS. tdets tilh-d promptly, and u ill have my per- attention. .i.,iui,aii- im mut-ri entailer llin i ..... , . -. i -auaudsee! t'lIAS s uti.iu nov3 No. la First street, Ktaoevil'le. I rr ' w.. : . i & . iv. MISCELLANEOUS. 1 OK TllkClmniTIIIN 0K TIIK Uarlford Fire lnsiinuict; Co., January, 1, 1859. C II A 11 T K 11 E D IN 18 10. 1st. The name of this Company is the Hartford Fire Insurance Company, and is located at 1 Inn ford, Connecticut. CAPITAL. d. The amount of Capital Stock is SjOO.OtH) 00 3d. The amount of Capital Stock paid up OOO.OiKi (XI ASSETS. ' Cash ou hand ?:,4.W 22 Cash iu hands of Agents, or in course of tnuismision .H,lo; 21 $77,K71 43 Balance on books due the Company 1H,7S3 25 Bills receivable, si-cured by personal se I ennty,.. cal est;lte ;fi,074 r.r. unencumbered l.l.ooo no $1S4,442 2X PA a VA L. . m'kt vai 511 Shares Hartford B'k Stock.. ..S'd.loo S(;7,4o2 400 shares Pluenix b'k Btork.... 4O.0IKI 40.1X10 100 shares Conn. Itiv.b'k'g Co stk. f,ooo 2'Kl shares Farmers tt Mechanics' b'k stock 20,01 K i '200 shares Exchange bank stock 10,000 124 shares City bank stock 12,4ml 150 shares Bank of Hartford Co. b'k stock . 7, .WO 2O0 shares Charter Oak b'k stin k. 2o,MMi 150 shares Mercantile b'k stock.... 15,000 132 shares Merchants and Mainl ine' rs bank stock .... 13,200 137 shares AJtna b'k stock 13,700 200 shares American Exchange bk stock, N Y 20,000 300 shares Bank of America bank stock, N Y 30,kio iOO sbaros Bank of Commerce b,k stock, N Y i 20,000 H23003harot Importers' & Traders' B'k sock, N Y :iooiMi 200 shares Manhattan Co. b'k stock 10.IKKI 200 shares Merchants B'k sk, N Y, lo,ooo 2U0 t hares Union B'k stock, M Y.. lo,IMiO 2(MJ shares Ocean B'k stock, N Y.. loioo 190 shares Bunk of N America Bk stockk, N Y 10,'Jixi 300 shares Metropolitan b'k stock, . N Y 3CXI0 loo shares Ulackstone b'k stock, Boston I0.WX1 lliO shares Bank of Commerce st'k, Boston 10,000 lo shares Suffolk B'k stock, Bos ton 1,000 109 shares Hide aud Leather B'k, Boston , 10,1100 100 shares Granite bk stock, Bos ton 10,000 100 shares Webster b'k stock,.' Boston 10,i1oo 100 shares National B'k stock,Bos- ton...v 10,0110 100 shares Atlantic B'k stock, Bos ton IHHI 100 shares B'k of the State of M is- Houri stock - lii,t.NK) 100 shares Hartford & N Haven it K Co stock 10,000 20 shares Connecticut Uiver Ji L Co stock 2,000 120 shares Connecticut lfiver Com. any stork 12,0o 21 Hartford Gity Kiis, Ii per cents, payable 187ii 2I.OOO 2 'Ohio Slate Bonds, ii per routs, iayahle ISiJO 10,000 20 Michigan Slate lids, Ii 'j,! cents, payable IMIXI ooMHI 20 Teliuessw Stale lionds, Ii per cents, payable 112 20,ooo 0,400 22,8(X) ,' 14,2o0 S.025 20,400 11,100 1:5,800 14,311) 21,250 33,000 20,700 J,OO0 13,800 11,050 10,900 9,i00 11,000 33,150 10,500 10,375 1,270 10,50l 10,300 10,750 10,:o0 10,('.25 1O.IHI0 1,000 21,720 10,075 20,000 1S.S.V) 1 1.035 ?0! 7,313 1S4,42 L'. . 1 ri:isiuy rioles (l-'A ceiits) T. per .. 14,000 E5,Sl I," SKI Total aiunnnt of Assets., ...S798,ia 22 LIABILITIES. 5th. No liabilities lo Banks, or others, due or not ilue. (Uh. No losses adjusted and due. 7th. Losses either unadjusted t ra f , r 8th. or adjusted and not due, '' ' 11 " 9th. Losses in susen8e,waiting further iiroof, included iu last answer above, 10th. AH other claims against the Company ';i,895 07 Total amount of liahilitif $fS,!rW OU w. TIMOTHY C. ALLYN, Sec'y. hTATK TF CfTNrcTT-t?Ti . ... . IlABTFOBlt COUNTV, iw Jascauy 7tu, Is5!i. Personally aipeared T. C, Ai.i.vx, Secretary of me nariioru i-ire lnaunmce Oomnanv. and made oath that the foregoing statement, by him nnlcrili ed, is a true, full, and correct statement of the af fairs of said Coniimny, and exhibits, so far as can he ascertained at this date, its actual couditiwii on tlie 1st day of January, liWt Before me, GOODWIN COL LIEU, Justice of the J'eace. Applications for Insurance and all information desired, will he given by the undersigned. ALLEN C. UALLOCK, Aejit, JIarblo Hall building, No. 9 Main street, Jivans le, Iud . ort:i'. Pork Products. W 1? , m K MHMt M' Jt Mi I'.I K Mi Ml TO M tH- Vw uish, iu any quantity, JIES PliHK, BCLK SHULDEllg, BULK SIOES, BULK I1AM., KEG LAKH, HEADS. Also, Tenderloins, Saus:ie-Mivt, 1'ifts' Feet, Ac. duel ' UEUKtlK FOSTE1! t CO. 7jr m,. jomm.'soj', no oil jsm.vmi e fM kk ami rg!5';i JJiank Book Manufacturer First t., bet. Main and Locust, EVANISVILLK, INDIANA, fit)' Blank Books ruled, pani'd and made to order of the best paper, from a Memorandum to thu largest Ledger. Music aud Magazines lioimd in auv style. . jelij-d.fewtf " TJWJ Ms Tit "8 MIS Mi Sit Of MJfJL K II KTZ, at the Wholesale and Ketail Coiifectioiiary mi Firr-t street, IS. two doors trom the 1'ost Olfiee, has aain lieen appoluteil Role jert'lit for Maltby's Baltimore Oysters In the city of Evansville, and he will receive daily, supplied by Express, directly from the Backer, in Baltimore. He is prepared to oiler the trade such inducements for,tlie entire scasouas have never boon ottered iu this market heretofore. A constant daily supply always on llalid, so that dealers and families can obtain at any time during the season these choice Oysters, In cans aud half cmis, aud in the shell, warranted irtsh and sweet, and very superior iu flavor and quality. Terms cash. And none hut bankable money received. A. Kl'lITZ, airio-t.m iole Agent for Evansville. AT1 JtMi A.-.V J I'I' l. Mi S: I W Kile bv T. Iti If It ELS KOI,' iCKDMOSD, Posey's block. declo Wl CKtl Ml Mi JIT MSM.OVHM' JJJ' JVsylvauia buckwheat Hour, just received ; V1CKKKV IIB"S. J.C. NUBLINC. j lOKMKttH W ITU I KliA., ''onus A i o , t'lNI'INNAf ! Malllll':ictlll ' of FIRE AND JUU(5LAiv PROOF r I Corner 'l'ltlril mail Dlvlsluii Streets : : I i: sst n.i K, i m. Coust:mllr on hand, all ilitVeivnl si.s of j lati-st styles and iiwprovelnelils, fcluir: eulliil in inl-:,liilil v and lillisll loniivj1 to In hi inarm- j fju-tnri'rs, at the lowest I 'iiiciiiliaJvC-V T. . Al.so-M:ui.ilaellilersof UirfT',,,-, . ' SA Ks. ; SHUTTEliS, Etc., all li '" "" "l '" I workmaiiship. .,v iu. ., ... SiHcinieiiH f Sa ., 7li Main street, to bom weil. nii:.,-:i all rtruum NEW STOCK OF DRV til i ins; AlOK OUT FOR RAlJr,Al' a-p ' jnoser's . I J a s V It T . Wl. l-.....,. V..... . n mm ti" I Vl'V XI . " Seronit supply of ror this ai-ason, and Indies wishing f mkl. ,..;,. selections in Divss Uoo.ls ,j Notions fr t. ..........js nni, we nope, tint rnil to take a,vr,nt;iL-e of t3ffl".lf "..eW,..kuow,. sti,,,,,. Ct 1 - ' commission Merehanfs No. 94 Cimp Street, KEtt" ani.ru vc r i R. H. SHORT. ot22-6uidl r. sboV MiltS. 1 r INSURANCE. A1ER0I1ANTS' lNSUiiANCE COMPANY, i OF HABTFOKD. CONN. Capital.. ?2fK),fifiO 00 Insures against Los or Damage, by Fire, Mark Howard, ii Woodruff, James Bolter, Fi Roberts, Guy K Phelps, T Sheldon, 'allies P Foster, w VM.'allendor. 3 A Whin-. . Ciiarles Hillycr, is II Owen, II Blanchard, Bichard V itnbbard, M M Merriman, , Wm Ii Collins, MARK H0WABD, President. 1 . JS. T. LOBDELL, (Secretary. ' Application, received by ALLEN C. UAL LOCK, 1 As:nJL... LzL ebl5-ly ' Humbolt Fxro Ins. Comp'y, I OF THE CITY" OF iSKW YORK VJ Capita! (all paid in Caah) .e00,oO0 00 1 " siirpins or.. 40,0,1,) J P ITolmes, A G Phelps, C Christmas, Geo II.Ellery, Wm Mulligan, W Griffith, B F Brecden, J H Bates, A Stranger, JT It Trowbridge ' C B Caldwell, Kathan Lane, W n McConnell, 8 Freeman, " Jas McKaye, K Bead leaf on fi Nelson Davis, M A Hopnock. n w t ... . . ' ' ' J STStranahnn, G V Parsons, W C Bowem. L Holbrook, Wm L Kinir. W M Nowell, II J Baker, J Armstrong, Z Boorman, Wm A Kobl.e, W Barnes, . Wm Allen, Edw. Bridge, II L Burr, D B Stanford, A Comstock, W D Thompson. JOHN BANKIN, Tresidont. WILLIAM MULLIGAN, Sec'y. Alex. Wh.f.v. Jr.. Auisijint w,,.,... J Policies insured on favorable terms bv A n iTr LOCK, Agent. Office, Marble Hall Buildimr. Main street. febl5-ly HOME INSURANCE COMPANY or the city or jXew York. uapitAl (au part in cash) 3, Jl.OOO.oof) a su.oi.s ui... STiO.OOO lusures against r ire and inland Navigation Risks. dikm;ioks : ?. 5Ia.,:tin.' . W A Work, F II Coasiit. A ellmorth, James Low, Levi P Morto James Low, Levi P Morton, j J H FarthiughaiuCiirtis Noble, ! C A Buckley, J B Hutchinson, ! CH Norton, C P Baldwin, t i! n 11 . . . X XX j 1. 011IUS, D N Bain. y, L Hopkins, T MessengiT, W H Mullen, C B Hatch, B Wiitsmi Ball G D Mortran A T Dwight. J W Whitlock, T McNaiue, II A Hurihut, lesse Iluvt, W Miirgis. Jr. John Ii Ford, Sidney Mason, O T Sited man, Cyrus Yale, Jr, W B Fosdick, Ji Briglow, Homer Morgan, O E Wood, L J' Stone, A S Barnes, J Humphrey, tieo Bliss, - Geo Pearse. Li.ckwood, Y G Nelson, Ljuiiiu Cadie, W G LamlHTt, Wm H Webb. " HA BLES J. MA RTIN, President. , . .. . A. F. W ILLMAKTH.Vico do. J. MiLTi N'SiHiTH.KecretJiry. Aiplictjons made to. ALLEN C. HALL0CK, Agent, will m promptly atU'ndud to. Office, Mar-' ble Hall Building, Main street, Kvansville. iEtna Insurance Companv. OF HABTFOBD, CONN. Cash Capital (securely invested) Jl.OOOOOO Withn surplus of...... m tH's-D In -oriHirated 1819 harti 1 PerpetimiT Insi'ircj against Fire and Inland Navigation rislm. 111 liUUTOIUi : S Tudor, W F Tntflo, C II Branard, H Z Pratt, DHillver, K Y Ripley, B Buell. B Mather, fci S Ward ' G F Davis, J Clmreh, KA Brickley, T K Bruce, A Dim ham, V Kewey, T A Alexander. T. Brace. ..See'v.' I E ii Rinli.v Pridi;.L. I. B. itellUett. tilOl A.r't fl 'r A A l.....,.V.'.- VI I..' . - 1 1 . n. iiifaaiiiii'i, IKDUIh ApplicAilons for Insurance, Inland nr Fire, made tj ALLEN !. HALLOCK, Agent, will be prompt ly "'""'''I ut the Agency Office Marble Hall Building, Main street. Kvansville. Iebl5-lv HARTFORD FIRfi INSURANCE CO. , OF IIAKTFOKU, CONN. ' Incorporated ISlo--Charter J'ernetnal. apuai (.til paid up). -rfl0,n(K it h a surplus of... ,f Stai.Sai Insures against Loss ot Damage by Fire Tr DlKECTOKis; II IfnntiuRton, C Borm ll, JobAIlyn, A 1 1 i-t 1 1. . - 11 i - . . . . . ........ ..-j, ml n-.rney, j y Briu-e. JaH;oodw, Calvin JJay . J Kuss. J.UVy etary. I 11 Uunllngton, J'resid't. i'i l"'"1' A"" 4 '- I W. N. Uow.nt, A.Hiary. 1. Alexander, General Agent, Columbus, Ohio. John Graham, Ass't do do do Applications unado to ALLEN C. fl ALLoi'K, r.i".'' v,l'hi promptly attended to Marble Hall Building, Mam street, Evansville. fel.l.'i-Jy NORTH Capital AMERICAN FIRE HAIITF0UD, CONN. INS. 00. .1J300,0(K DIltEC'OES: James G, Bolles, Burmll Rum. A II Holley,ex-Gov. --t K U.uiley, Willis J. Goodsell, George Hextou, Leonard Church, Ct., J D Williams, Charles G Day. L T Wells, - u ll yitf.n, Olco Allen, utiles D Sperry. 11 uriswold, o ii nowam. JAMES G. BOLLES, President . WAIT N' "ANL1.Y, Vice 1'm'l. John A. M allact, Pecretarv. Applications received by ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Ageut. Office Marble Hall Buildirs. Main t: MUTUAL BENEFIT lAFE lSsTLyY, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY. Accumulated Capital, over 53,000,000 DlKECTOItri: K L ratterson, II Mcl-allan, A S Sn-lliug, OS Mackuet, J A Fr thiugliainU II Greene, L C Grovur, E A Strotig, . J W Coudit, Josiah O. Low, J Ii Weeds, N Ferry. KOBT. L. PATTERSON, President. JOEL W. COKDIT, Vice do. Bknj. . Millkh, Secre'iary. Applications for Insurance and all iuforiuatiot desired will he given by the undersigned. ,. ,, . ALLEN V. HALLOCK, Agent, Marble Hall Building, No $ Naiu stn-et, Kvans ville, Ind. fehLVly HAMPDEN FIR E INSURANCE CO. bPKlNGFiELD, JUAtiS. Capital lfiO.OOO (i 70,000 00 Firo 'UaU1 ud J'5l"s"u,l Projierty agaiuat DIliECTOKS: E W Bond, J Hamilton, J C Pynchon, C L Shaw, II AlexandcrJr P B Tyler,. Otis Childs, E FMoseley, ilomer Foot, K Seeger, W B t'alliouu, 11 S Moore. A Phelps, jr; Jas Kirkham. Willis Pheijis, v. E. Monhigue. W ILLIAM B. CALHOUN, President JOSEPH C. PYN;ii(iN, Secretary. Application madu to A. ' mi im i.- will be promptly attended to. ' onice. Marble Hall Buildiuir. Evansville. Indiana. febl.r-ly CITY FIREMINSVR,AKCE COMPANY, Cash ipitaTli..l: .i .... 2.W.no() 00 S',lr.l',"H" - ,.. J Ins Company continues to asu u.ii..i... .... v;. rinks at reasonable rates. i . DIBECToKS . C B Bower-, J W Bull, B Bbslgett, Newton 'u - If F-roeninn, I uos Ste'e, Geo J Lio. M Baictoiuew C W Webster. I) Philli, Plincy Jewell, !I Perkins, BOWERS.' 1'rcsideiit. WAlTJt, ISci-reUrj. c. c. W. B. LorNKnruv. i.u..rui Application made, to ALLEN C. HALL(CK, Agent. Office rhle Mall ln,;i.l..i,. M .... i.... ... ....... u.( -"y VMoots .i.--ii nlovs -MM ivt OASfl t tour I will offer iiniiif at Cost, for thin days, DIT entire slm-k o-T:i.sterii made H-.u ' ' I ..f,.,. 1.... i . I.IIU riioed,iiiiu- , t nieucuu.-vatlil.lay, IVrember 17. lttVl K.,i,ih. i- - I" IMIV iriMul . ... . - in U, nUlMS. J. E. DUTCH KK, Main street. W f a ;I my.-, f,.. .,.. . f O M I, M --r- SOKKNft,N A i O. ceived and ... ' - OOXes, all ttnf, i.-,, . "" -y n. k. til LBKltT & CO. - Mo. 4 Svcaiuure st. ihi-10 fHMjyUI I'Tll.VMiStTojuif T rea gnud ,.,, all si,,s,VeVv,o...a; (f(o(; GEO. K. SllNNTAtJ, :-ii.vm;s- 1lMi""-": Vii-sl, and prune, ja r. ceived by r.. S. UAUCdCK. Oysters !;bysteresW! m- " dealers iu : fM... li i.. .:... '..I i lies in rus or iihii man ,er to, 11.1 'r'r", serve them up in on" Tnt.v ... . '-'i"""- Will also kee,. al k i',, s 'j""! """-"'"' mil eatable, ot I corner-aiuVud Fonrthf"' M"' ,W V" OVi:- " JOHN F. FELSES- UK" iii-i-i If ii is l: U .1 : iiou i cliaii 'v..