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Kvansville U. CranfurdtvlUe Kail- roftdh - -BKPAKTUKES. Accommodation Train .15 A. ?t. Hail Train 10.25 " ARRIVALS. Mail Train 5.18 P. M. Accommodation 4.1 63?" Regular Packets expecting notices of their running arrangements in the Journal, must advertise with us. All kinds of Steam boat Job Work done at short not'ee, in good style, and at reasonable rates. Extra copies of the paper for sale at all times. E.IVER ITEMS. ARRIVED. City of Madison," Cin .lad Gutnrie, Lour Union, Louv , Melnotte, NU DEPARTED. Dacota, Titis Dunbar, Paducah Orb, Pitts Dacota, N O City of Madison, N O Masonic Gem Wabash J II Don., Wabash Dunbar, Paducah Jas Guthrie, N O Orb, Memphis Union, B Green Molnotte, Pitts. The weather was very moderate yes terday, and business on the landing was Tery active. The river is still rising rap idly and a young flood is anticipated. The Wabash is again rising at all points, aud we expect a fleet of boats, from that stream. At Cincinnati, the Ohio bits again com menced falling, and up to yesterday even ing it had fallen one and a half feet. It is also falling at Pittsburgh. We received a letter from onr friend 7rii. Gwyn, from Louisville yesterday, but are sorry it was too late for publication, lie also furnishes us with Louisville, Cincin nati, and New Albany papers. The Dunbar came in yesterday, with a fine trip, of freight, and passengers. She also had on board the Paducah J? rats Band. The Kate Sarchet i3 due and will probably be in port thi3 morning from Wa bash. ' The rise in the river, ha3 started the " mad larks, " to work catching drift, and they are reaping a rich harvest. The wharf was lined all day yesterday, with these in dustrious individuals. The steamer Diana, fi3 wc learn by dispatch, left New Orleans on Monday last. She will probably be here on Sunday, or Monday nest. . The steamer Bracelet is still lying up at Shippingsport, waiting for business to open in Green river, when she will again resume her regular trip3. This is the regular day for the new and magnificent steamer Grey Eagle. She goes to Louisville this evening, and those wishing a speedy and comfortable trip should secure state-rooms on her. Captain Daniels is in command, with Mr. Duucan in the office. The Lite jEtvfswill be in from Green river this morning. She leaves to-morrow at 1 o'clock, in charge of Capt. McDonald. The J. II. Done went to Newburg yesterday to discharge 1,000 sacks wheat for the Messrs. Bethell. She returned aud left for the Wabash last night. The new steamer Magnolia, we learn by dispatch, is coming into the Ohio lor a load. The Republic, which has been run ning in the Memphis and New Orleans trade, is to return to Louisville from New Oi leans this trip. Vincennea Correspondence. Vincbnnes, Jan. 18, 10 o'clock a. m. Journal Reporter : Wabash rose 1 1 inches in past 24 hours. It i" reported that the steemer Freestone sunk, and several lives lost. Passed down Mary Cook with full load. Some ice in tho river. w. h. w. For the following manifest of the steamer Mary Cook, from Palestine to Kvans ville, we are indebted to our Vincennes cor responded: 1,020 sacks wheat, Preston & Bro.; 225 bbls pork, S8 bbls Ltrd, 9 tcs do, 54 casks, 1 bbl grease, 30 bbls flour, 150 sacks flour, 25 sacks corn, 11 sacks bran, 10 sacks oats, 40 kegs sausage, 2 hf bbls do, 2 bags feathers, 11 bags rags, 21 dry hides, 27 bbls cracklins, I. A. Crane; 45 dozen brooms, Bement & Viele; 48 bbls pork, 10 do lard, 13 do shorts, 5 do beans, 1 do but ter, 88 do flour, 06 sacks bran, 0 sacks shorts, 1,184 sacks corn, P. G. O'Riley. c III Ml It ! VI it EH ! VM It Mi It ! BBLS extra tine at T. REDMOND'S, dec'23 Posey x Block, Main street. JOHCT IVINSON, MANUFACTCRKR OK STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES JEt. S ! Corner Leet and Water Street, Mivanttllle, . . . . Indiana. -tftj'sf HM3VMSI i'Jili 1,5 3 O M'JVH- q ages of CVii, tll-uut, Qiifrunwure, und Imkiiuj- tittusee; 100 gross Table cutlery. .1 V. HUGHES. 18 Maiu street, Evan.ville. 38 crates assorted for the Country I radt- t octli baud i'irto A All bLt.VS 5 loll pre Skates, fur men and boys, 2 fancy Sleds, Ai strings Sleigh Bells. Jus, received by GEO. S. SONNTAG. STEAMBOATS. S - V JU J It X, O V i & -l J JL Mi , i- KVAXSVILtt 1rlt iifcN'DEKSON racket. The new v-njAaf-aod nmgniticeut Steamer G HE Ysr52ijKiKfe EAGLE, W. If. Daniki, Cap' liu ; J. 11. Duncan. Clerk, leaves Louisville every Wednesday anil Sat urday ut i o'cIock. I. .M. Leaves Evansvile every 31 nday at 12 M.,nnd Thursdays at 5 o'i!k P. M. jaulT J 7 I ft 1. I- E, I'.I It ViXi H, 'It If UA1KO KECt'LAR PASSENGER PACKET, CUAKLEV BOWI.'N,IH.:tTKii. A JtPJV. 1 Master, leaves Evausville Tues- WiJgjtsSM day and Saturday, at 12oVliH,fcsu"i1tWra rtfwt M., arriving at Paducah at o clock, A. M., Cairo at 12 o'clock, M., Wednesday and Saturday. Kn turning, leaves Cnim every Wednesday and Satur. dav. at 7 o'clock, V. M., and Paducah every Thurs day and Siiuday, at. ! o'clock, A. M., ci'imectinp; at Evansvilie with the Kvansville and Crawloi dsvi'.'.e li. J., and rackets for Green Kiver. Also, con . nuciiiijr at Sn:ithlaud with Cumberland Kiver Pirk. i ets ; at Cairo, witli Menu bis, Kcw Orleans and St. lkhus 1'acKets. Tickets ran bo obu..ned on board the boat for nil jwtt-rii Cties. sei-t'JS a; vmm. m.m: jljvmi JLld PACK BT-Tho steamer DUNBAR. Fowlor, master, leaves Evansvilie every Monday.' JJliiUCJU ednesday, and Friday, at VI o'clock M. Leaves Paducah every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 o'clock A. M. Connecting at Kraiisville with the Kvansville and Crawfordsvillo Railroad for all pmuts North anil Kast, with packets for Louisville uren, anil aljauli rivers. At Paducah with pack ets for St. Louis, New Orleans, and tho Daily Mail boats tot ;airo. Nasuvme. and Tennessee river. 0iIt;:8int;Ks promptly attendeI, and charges for ireiirnt ana passage, saints as charifed by the regu lar packet. Through bills of lading giveu to Kuw urieans ana nil points on the Tennessee and Cum berlaud rivers aui;lS nKUVMMH UTMiMiKMj WmMIIJt HH PACKETS ! The line liL-ht draught steamer t9 J- II. Done. LEWIS DAVIS, Wiister U . SI. List, Clerk Iieaves Kvansville ou Saturdays, at 1"2 o clock. LeavVs Hutsonvillu ou Wednesdays, at lio'clock SfKEIf, COMIOIIT, Ji EL ABILITY, SAFETY. JOHN McCLAlX Master Tnos. Dvsouchet Clerk Leaves Evansvilie on Wednesdays, at - o'ciocK Leave's Hntsouville tn Saturdays, at 12 o'oIock. & 6" These two boats will rnn regularly during the season, roniicctini; at Hutsonville with tho Ilutstinville, Terro Haute, and Lafayetto PiicKut MASO.MC GEM. Freight aud Passeiisers receipted through to all points. Passengers and Shippers may rely uton the regu larity oi tliese boats. A II orders and business eu trusted to them will.be premptly attended to. jryojt sovti vjrrom,toj- JL' POND RIVER. The elegnt passenger steamer pjjj ,i ' i'iUIIA" LIE EAVES, McI.)NALn, Master, will make regular semi-weekly trips to South Carrolton aud Pond River, leaving ou Tues aays ana Fridays. For freight or piissago, apply o n board. do20t NEW ORLEANS CARDS. II. A. BBOWN. U. J. WINBURN R. A. BROWN & CO., COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANT, No. 84 Magaxlne Street, A'JJIT OU LEANS, LA. S-S" Particular attention paid lo the sale of West ern produce, fersoual attentiou paid to vorward iiii? Merchandise. augl ' r. h. slndlrF&rco7r CJommission Merchants, iVo. 01 Camp Street, NKIV OU LEAS H, LA. B. n. SHORT. loci Z-1 Hid I K. S. lloWAUU. K. II. k'Allt.'HII.n 1IIHN W. DINliUAIt E. II. FAIUIJIIILD & CO., (successors to T. O. T'viTcni LL Co., Commission Merchants, .0 PQYDRAS STREET , oet4 MW.W Of;l. AiS SN It. to.MCJSJSMiM " tt ., .rr.wN OP sion and Forwartling Merchants, No. 2tf, Poy drjts Street, New Orleans, La. my20-dtwly riSl i..--MlM., STttVMC VOMMMSSMOJS 3. Mcrchaut and proprietor o Stock Stables, New Orleans. La. jnu22'57-ly JI JKH Mi it. Mi MIX, Mta.filiO, CO.TI.VtiS- L sion Slerohant, No. 7 Lafavette street, New Or letns, for the sale of butter, cheese, lard, eggs, dried truils, r lour, Meat and all sorts ot Western Pro duce, anil for the purchase of Groceries, fcc. Cash advance made on consignments. mal5-ly r 1.J ic it. the n.y si m: h s m a it , lor many years duel Clerk in the lioii.-.e ol JOHN lili;Lt.V At Co., Ijegs to oner his services as C'omuiissiou Alerchant, to tb frieiuls and patrons ot that house, now tliat it ufu; r- urel trni business. With this end in view 1 have binned a co-partner- slnr with air. t. . Jlentoii, 8' iinir ol the "id and well known firui of E. W. Ri-utou At Co., under the name and stle oi BENTON ArlvlNiI, to take place lrum the 1st o-i jlav, iimx. The subscriber relies fr supnort utsin the friends of the old liouaie id JOHN Ul'ltLKV Sc Co., who have had oppoitunilies ft experiencing the prompt ness and ability with which he attended to their business. Veiy respectful! v, THOMAS KING, Corner of Lafayette and New Levte street? . New Oi leans, April 1S.1S. an8-y JOST WrDtJGHERT YT Forwarding and Commission, NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana. Refers to Slcssrs. A I. LIS A HOWES, npC-ly Kvansville, Ind. S. TWTCHELLi. COMMISSI O N AND roUWARDINO Bl EKCIIA SfT, ST. LOUIS. MO. LilKral advances made on consignments to either ol our houses. RKH K TO Messrs. Allis Ic Howes, Bement & Veile, Howard A Brown, j.vansvilie. jyii HO. mii.m.y; tj it th I, stt te 9V COMMISSION ANI FORWARKING MERCHANTS, IV o. 18 Poydras Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. CI.KM WILKIN. ..W. K. ORF.ATIIOl SK...J OS. UITZINOKK. We give our personal attention to the sale of To bacco, Corn, Wheat, Hay, Oats, Flour, Pork, Karon Lard, Ac. augl4 B. P. ETH ELL...R. G. AHHOTT....EB. FALLS B. P. ETH ELL & CO., Commission and Forwarding NO. 1(11 MAGAZiNKST., NKW ORLEANS, LA. UKFF.CKNCKS : Geo. Foster A Co., Brown A A ik man, and P. G. O Riley, Evansvilie, Ind. A. M. Phelps Son, Miner Jc Weed, Newburg, Ind. S. M. Leavenworth, F.s.)., John R. Evertson, J., lt. Vernon, lui. G. P. Hiidsis-th A Co., Boonville, Ind Geo. Atkinson, Esq., V. W. Callin, E.-'i., Hen dersiii, Ky. NewcombA Bro., I. S. llenedict A Sou, Louis- vim1, kv. ivti HOTELS. W II UK WOO It ' MMOVSli, WMI7LV Me. BYERS, Proprietor. Corner First aud Locust Streets, J".vansville, Ind. One square from steam boat lauding. mvft-lj 'jf-iiTi- Mi it TMiMV U'JiTMiHTHlKKT, ' bi'tween Main and Division, Evansvilie, Ind. octl-tf W1I. II. BOICOITRT, Prop. (W.ntiHII JJ' MiOVSMi, MOtTOJ; MS jZ. the largest and best arranged Hotel in the New England Stat-s; is centrally locate. I, anil easy of access from all the routes of travel. 1 1 contains all the modern improvements, and every convenience tor the conibfrt and accommodation of tbe traveling public. The sleeping ro mis are large and well ven tilated; the suites of rooms are well arranged, and completely furnished for iamilies, and large travel ing parties, and the house will continue to lie kept, as a tiret-class hotel iu every resect. epx-ly LEWIS RICK, Prop'r. Jf W J Mn it i, If Tl OJ"'V HE CO-PA RTNER--Ml ship heretofore existing between the under signeil, iiinlT the style of the "Evansvilie Journal Cmpan," has, by unit ual consent, this day been dissolved, by the ilhdranal of Mr. Carlile. The accounts of the late lirtu will bo settled at the oll'ire of the new firm. F. V. CARLILE, F. M. THAYER, noviM.lw JOHN II. McNEELY. n9iTt?K of i-.nt t.-k-m: ICSfi f. Notice is hereby jiiveu, that a partnership has this day been formed tclweeu the uiidrrsigtteil person., under the style and title of Evansvilie Join ual Company, " Jam- II. McNeely having pnr ch iscd the iiit-rest of F. Y. Carlile in Hie Evans vilie Journal Establishment. Evausville, Ind., November Jlst., 1S.W. JAMES 11. McNEELY. F. M. THAYER. JOHN U. McNEELY. MISCELLANEOUS. fM' YOU I .." J' J.VI MilJYMt Of PEINTING -don k CHEAPER, QUICKER AND 15ETTER Til A N A NT WI1ER E ELSE, Patronize THE EVANSVILLE JOURNAL WE attend to all orders Ironi a distance promptly, and execute our work cheaply and accurately. CHEAP, PROMPT, ACCURATE IS OUR MOTTO. Address, for any kind of printing, JOURNAL COMPANY, E V A X H VIL L K, la IF YOU WANT TO advehtisjH, IN THE PAPER HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION SO THAT YOUR ADVERTISEMENT WILL BE READ BY EVERYBODY, YOU WILL GAIN THAT DESIRABLE END BY PATRONIZING THE EVANSVILLE JOURNAL. IF YOU WANT A PAPER THAT flA T W E N T Y -N I N E COLUMNS OF- GOOD HEADING E VER Y WEEK. AT OSLY OJVK DOLLAR A V K All, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE WEEKLY JOURNAL WHERE YOU WILL GET "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. AND MORE TOO ! And if voti want a 1 Paper which p;iros trire i Home fiews-r-iiialters Ot !9nvial importance; To the pt-ople ol" iis State subscribe for THE DAILY JOURNAL, PIVK DOLLARS a'VKARi OK TKN OKSTS A. WEF.K. fiieif Send in your ov&cs, d?.nj)ad3, and we will Return you the yorth'rif Yottr money MISCELLANEOUS. 1 ii;,n 7A CiKM:svj:,r vst i Taajt co fjv ' TORY. The !.ii !-: vni d haviuic engagtsi in the Tobacco Bus'ik-.-, wi' h the purpose of f. ;pply ing, if posibie, 1 h-.s wants of the bourn mai ket, I am now' -epaieii to olter a well selei-ted stock of manufatf Tobaixo from Missouri, Kentucky, and Tenia iro Leaf, in Pounds, Fives, Halves, Eighls.Kil . i al ters, in any desired package. Terms liberal, and acceptable discount lor Cash purchases, but no sale less than live boxe-. A. CUM BERTS, jy2rt No. l(..r 3Iain street, Evansvilie, Ind. rwit jfii o Tot itii'i'ii iji'tiViilticoZ M TYi'li ARTISTS. KELLER t WHITE, at the Kolicilation of a uumler d" artists, have brought on a compbrie as sortment of PHOTOGRAPH & AM15ROTYPE STOCK, Consisting of every stylo of CASK, PLATER, BATHES, CAMERAS, STANDS, : CHEMICALS, Ac, Ac, with which they are prepared to furnisl. the trade at Cincinnati prices. Ail orders will re ceive prompt attention. KELLER A WHITE, e2H-drwliii No. 32 Main street. DR. HAAS, having leased the rooms fomicrlyoc cupieil by llr. Ivivett, in Dr. Bray's building, oppo site the Post Ollice, would respectfully solicit the citi.ens of Evansvilie and tho surrounding towns and country, o visit bis rooms and see the speci mens on exhilHtion. All those who need Dental operations performed, and arc pleased with bis work, shall be attended to with great pleasure. His CONTINUOUS GUM works without n seam or crevice. Nothing will be more clean, or have greater strength. His Block Wobk has but two seams in a full upper or lower set. Persons can laugh as heartily as they choose without showing that their teeth are artificial, and cheeks that are sunken can bo restored to nearly their original contour. He also makes the usual styles of plain and sim ple gum tooth work on gold and silver plate and also the Chcoplastic work, which is much liked by those who have used it.- Ho has also two processes for extracting teeth without pain no inhalation no injurious effects arising from their use the most delicate can have I hem applied with perfect safety. M5" Parents wi'.l consult the health and beauty of their children by having the Dentist direct their second dentition, thereby producing symmetry and health to those invaluable organs. I taku pleasure in introducing Dr. Ilass, formerly id" Lafuycl te, Ind., my successor to the old rooms in Ilray's building, hoping he will hud them both pleasant aud protitalde From my in tercourse with tiio Doctor, I am pleased to find bim one of the progressing; possessing fast? and high professional ability and standing. With ill s view, I can, with safety, recommend him to the community as a skillful and competent dent ist. aj.lS J. KIVETT. IjLMH te MiUWJift, tiITKH ST., - door atsve Vint., si.lo M amil.-ietinvrs of tliu eletrated Magnolia Whiskj or evansv ii.i.E, ixn. jeT '.'1. 3 '?.W0fJ5!il.a v J J All kinds of Poinofltio Liquors, niul con b.A V a liirye uupply of iU niul Chtiivn Kourbon, Ky, Acd Mormuulit'lii V liisky. mi:t-4wly. have lvmovt'il to Walrr ntrot't, Iiret doors above Maiti". M'E are now manufacturing Vr ells' Patent Fold ing Spring lied, tin? best and most convenient now in use, iii it can be moved or handled without any trouble. ( :.ill and e.:m":ie them. iaicift WA uoLLiNGswoirrii k jmo. g mj jvst hkvjkm 'ist a lauhe MM and new importation of CKi t:K EttY-WA UK, CLASSVA11E, CHINA, Ac, ou First street, Kv aosrille. oct5 i WEENS WW ' MISCELLANEOUS. i U J.V t av.1M.MiS. .V nave on jH. hand a supply of O O c Hi 1-3 ir1 111- Q O IT o o We can also furnish TRACK SCALES of any ca pacity. These Scales are from the manufactory of E. T. FAIRBANKS ,f- CO., St. Johnsburg, Ver mont. Every Scale is tciteu and sealed, and war ranted correct. For testimonials we refer to tho thousands of persons using them. IIOUNliKOOK J- CO., Agents, nov2 1 Water street. Evansvilie. T,. .V iUJVil JiJMt 1 MIMiTMiR- MINHD TO SUCCEED GEOEOE THORNIIILL takes pleasure in in orming bis old customers that in the quality and Btyle of his work, he flatters himself be cannot be excelled. He may still be found at the corner of Second and Main streets, where the choicest Har ness and Saddles of every description call be obtain ed on tho best of terms. KiiS" Repairing done with neatness and dispatch. Second-hand Harness always on hand. jel E. S. I3ABC0CK, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER I N SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. EVANSVTLLE, INDIANA. Have constantly on hand Sasii, Doors and Roi.i.ixa and Statiosauy Shade Ulinds, of Superior Alle gany Lumber, well seasoned, and neatly aud strong ly manufactured. WHOLESALE CASH PRICES. SASH. THICK- PRICE PKK SIZE. NKSS. WINDOW. 8xlo $ 2 8x10 14 10x12 1 4 1(1x12 VA ; f2 10x14 ...1 52 KlxU IVi i2 ltlxln Vi . 7ii kixki rx4 s" 10x14 i32 S4 lOxlt! l:!s 1 10 1(1x18 V'-U 1 25 12xH! r-ii 1 12X18 1 1 40 -Check Rails. Sash of other sizes on hand, or put up at short uotice. r o o ii s . SIZR. THICRNKSS H2-x(-6 1 PRti'i-: SI :15 1 45 1 W) a no 1 50 1 7() ! (HI 2 15 2 5(1 1 ! 2 20 2 25 2 (.5 2 si 2 f5 2 S5 3 10 Price, tlollittq Mill ;..Srl 71 I 71 2 0 2 25 2 75 .1 IK :5() 1 - iv-s l 1 Si li 1 M I l'' 2-Sxii-8... 2-lixi;-I(.i.. i'4 .................. y ..... i I'l , i V.. ii'u 'i n "i s'V Vice. &aitnarf ,Sato. 5fl it. 1 25 1 5H..., .. 1 75 :ix7 Size. 68x10... 50x12... tmxlt loxl". 10x1 C. lux IK 12xbS Kit AM K SIZE. a 5n :t oo Ihinr mill Wluilow. THK'KNKSS. PRII'V. Hvlil 1 8 's 10x12 Yii I Oilier siz-s ni.ele to oi'tl.r. 1!LIN US of all sizes made to order. r DOwKS other than regular sizes on band, or made on short nolice. Doors moulded to order, liuilders should, if pos sible, make their Frames of regular sizes, they can then he supplied at any t i inc.. Ceiling, Siding, and Flooring for sale. Mould ings ol'ail sizes. Fencing Hoards 4'I het long, for sale cheap. One Window contains twt-lves lights. All orders must be addressed to E. S. P.ARCOCK. myll-lydw Evansvilie. Ind. S T O V K OF A LL. lHOtfCRI PTIOXS. SCANTLiN & STEPHENS l!.ivijiist n'ivivofl ii full cupily for their Fall nd V inl. r Trails, mii1 cvt;v (IfHri ij.tion of STOVKS. IIATK, TIN WA1IK, ami KIT0HKX ITTEN- SITS. T!:'ir st.tcl; :imbnir, v:iriit i'r of COOK I NO, I'ARLOtt, AND OFFICE HTOVKS AXD GUATKS, w ith ami it h-tiit tiiiinf U-ri, of tho in west and mor-l . jijipt'H eil i;itt('t iis. The Flock tiitir;HtA tho iCiv -.vti'L v.iruiy cvtir brought to this inarkot. It has biM'ii di'tv :-titi by oin of thy partner in rwn, iViiiit thw laificMt stocks of the manufacturer! in Pitt bur?, .'im;nnati, Mini Louisville, aud ha.- bron l.urcliast-d tin teniirf tfiat will allow tho .iud-ixi;iK'il to n t tin- vry hw st c:sli pruvs for which such articles cart to h;ul hi this market. tif5" i'uU at the sin of the 'ookiu? Stove, No. l:s Mniu street, opKitt) tho Slato Hank, butnoon Water and First Ktret tH. scili-dw;;ni S'JANTI.IN & STKP1IKNS. . Hi HAH 4 ' :A7V 75 H TJS H xlV and Dealer in Coach and laddkry Htirdware, Maiu Btrtt. iear Water. Having com- IIeted uiy ar- rare me nti wit h Kuroe an aud AmerJ ican manu facturers furu direct Kiipplj of at! ooiis in my line, I am en:tbUd to of- sow ft? luceinenrH, that cannot fait to be to thw int4rest of all ou jcaed in the busiur to ive mo a trial. I name in jtart: axles, ppriiijr made of the loat Htecl; bauds, enameled and of alt kindr of leather; cloth, tininiTH for carriages, varnishcH, ca-tiFi tt all kinds, saddle trre, Kmrlish bridle leathers, bitH, Rtirruj, i)nrs, liainen, tine silver h.inu-s of ail kiudM, Jenny Lind Gig Tne, pelf-adjusting padn, Tnylor1B patent liames, fly neln, shtwi threads, horsti blankets, London Girth Webs, American Girth and Rein Wehu, both cotton and wornted; Iondon Welt tkins, a superior iirthle; ivory, p;utta perch a and bniMH lined inarteiipil rintrs; nerior kerwyB for liorae ctners, the in-st iHjiiily of carriaw Ixdw, patent j;ig trees, ic, Ac. I ktep in fact everything apprtain:ng to either blanch of th business, ami understanding Loth branches thoroughly, we would reeetfiilly invito your attention before purchasing elsewhere. I am also agent for Ward'a Patent Spriug Saddle Hp20-d&W pi 3 IT r,i D 3 4PKP- ( .-' . . ... fi-.m - III . Ekr. .1 ilU I 1 i I '1 ftp Mp3f fer BUSINESS CARDS. js .y it y r-Mijx-M-jjtMJWY, -i t- torueys at uv, obu u-s i'ublic and Keal Xe- AtXn Agents, Evansvilie, liniian i: Wh.l practice lay in tin. ( omts of tliis SVe, ill attend to the collection ol rtni;:is in any ;Tiot ilia Cnitcd States, will buy and sell real emlalH in tbe Dity of Evansvilie, in 'Vanderburgh and adjoiuiug Jounties and in the West generally, aud will perlorm ny other duties fiertaining to Attorneys or Keul Estate Agents. Lots and farms always for sale. bVruian spoken by a member of the firm. CsT'Oniee on Third street, opposite the O.uit House, in the rooms formerly occupied by the late firm ol Douby Eunkeuheiiner. CUAIII.KS DKNBV TIIKOIHIKK W. VKNEMANN. liov.'iO-Omd ENC0"U li AGlhTllOM K i77Ton. tti it. Mtx:o.inno, t rtniii.niE JaZiU MAN L'FACTl' ICE It, AInin ktrixl, near tike Cannl, EVAfiSAII.I.K, In. Hits on hand a large stock of lSuggies and Wngoos of every variety-all of his own manufacture which be will warrant to I superior to any work to br purchased at tbe Fast for tbe same prii-e.i. Iic.i-ii g the late hard times, and the inclement win t r with its impassably muddy roads, the demaiid for Carriages has lieen light, nnd his stock has ac cumulated iu his warerooms; to dispose of it, and to relieve himself from a sliyhl pecuniary pressure, be will sell at. remarkably low prices. Any person who wants a beautiful Iluggy at a bargain, will find a better chance lor a trade than ho has ever had be fore, at DEfSAlt-MO'S. Thomas Redmond, W hob-sale and Ketail Deirfer iu Groceries, Produce, & Liquors, Jo. 133 first!' Hlnc.:-, Jttaitt St. rWMIMi VJVMItiHStUJMiIt, Ml.iVMJS'ii Jo. removed to No. lyi I'oscy'f- Block, Main street, and disposed of bis obi slock of Groceries, is just receiving a new and enlarged assortment of G1U) CEltlES, I,lyUOK, c, which bo will sell, either at wholesale or retail, as cheap as can be purchased iu this market. Having purchased my stock for canh, I can sell my goods at. Manufacturers' prices. To my old customers both, in town and country, I tender my grateful acknowledgments for past fa voi"s, aud hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance of their patronage. ' HhB" Goods delivered in any part of the city free of charge. sopaij T. REDMOND. New Grocery Store. -r&-tSUMJS'il TO JVCV.TU7IOMt.iTJi Vwf thepubiicand ourselves as much a possi ble, we have opened a brunch ot our establishment at SO. S,WATEIi ST.. VET. MA IX ! i Y CA MOJi E, where we would take pleasure in supplying fami lies and steamboats with fancy and staple groceries, provisions, xc, at the lowest possible rates. It is our intention to do as near a CAS II business as pos sible, at the new store, but for the accommodation of prompt paying patrons who may not have the "needful" convenient, we will take their order and have them charged ut the old stand. So. 82 Main street, where business will be carried on as former ly. Those interested in the purchase of steamboat stores will please give us a trial, as we think we can make it their interest so to do. VICKEKY BROS. decG Nos. 82 Main, and 8 Water streets. J2L.. noiesaie anu renin neuter in TOYS AND NOTIONS, NO. 1 MAIN STREET, TSVtQMIMlHMi wfwV J til M-'OU JVMt Jl trir lull stock of all the novelties of tho day ior the Fall Trade and Holiday Presents, including Pianos, Melodeons, Violins, Harps, Accordeons, Fifes, Flutes, Toy Drums, Guns, Dolls, Balls, Tea Sets, Tops, Marbles, Chessmen, Doniinos, Fire Works, Gold Plated and Gilt Jewelry, 4c. Coun try and City Trade solicited by oct-J-ly A. C. PIJSIIEE . J.. J0lJ'S0J "U00K MMiYJt- EU AND m SS'L Blank Book Manufacturer-! First St., bet. Main nnd Locust, WWiiHlilmdir EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. KB" Blank Books ruled, paged and made to order of the best paper, from a Memorandum to the largest Ledger. Music aud Magazines bound in any styie. jelti-d.vwtf MANCFACTCI!F.KtVHOI,KS,T.K DF.AI.EIC IN OXiOTI-IIMGr ! CLOTHS, (. M i .1 E ii ES, SATIS KTTS, TWEED GENTS" FURNISHING GOODS. Also, Hals nnd Caps. No. ."5 Main iiTUKCT, iikt. Fiiist ami SSkcono. gepl2 EVANSVILLK. IND. llTlVIUIiSINNA, o x-x x -x xs! o x OFFICE O.N TJllltD ST It K FT, HE I WEEN VINE AND DIVISION, ttfr" Plans, Spcititioiis, Detail Drawings, Ac, it Public and Private Buildings prepared on l ea Hinable terms. seplil-Cm ' pr& ft fi&i'ojv' ii iit Tti toe ., o L - A SAI,K GlioCEllS, Di alers ill Foreign and Do mestic Liquors, corner First and Sycamore streets, Kvansville, Ind. apMO-ly JP1kiik.v k i7L7fo t "t ' s" CITV G-allery oS Jrt9 SO. 4f jTain stueet, EIAStil'11 LE, ISO. IttJ" Part icular at lention given to Photograph and Mi-lainotypes. sepf-ly W1IOLKSALK DKALEK IN GROCERIES & LIQUORS, Wo. W est Virt treet9 ap2.-1 y K V A N S V i L L K, INI). ljf 9 it JC H T Ktli'Bt WMill TATT.- jK&Otlice on .Second street, U'tween Vine and li visiuii, next dtwir to the old IV-sby terian t.'hurch. Zlans, Kieiticati(tns, detail drawings, Ax., lor all t hLssc'ri of buildings, prepared on shttrt notice, nnd on reasonable; terbi. :inl7 MKDICAL NOTICE. US. .W. J. Mtiijg m1Jt -. W. SM - YER have this da" ass'-ciate! thenist-lven to gether in the practice of Medicineaud Surgerv, "u dcr the stylo of JiUAY & SAW i'KK. Iloth having hail long exiH-ru-nce in ludr profefl sion, thvy feel a contideuco that by strict attention, they can give satisfaction to all who may favor them with their patronage. Odice on First street, opposite the Postollice, where ouo or the other can at all times, during their ollice hours, e found ready to attend tt professional busiueRS. tUhce hour from !) to 12 A. 31., aud from 2 to 5 P. M. H. J. itUA Y, M. 1 W. SAWYER, M. I. Bep29-;imd Watches and Jewelry. P. L. CEISSLER MAIN ST., IETWEE TlllitDANJ) FOCETII, OPPOSITE t'Ol RT IIOISE. wipa VM.yn jvst ttKTtjtJM3it most aLJa. the Fast, where he has i&F&sefTyft purchased a beautiful assort- ItJzQ?ar.llKis ment of WATCHES, CLOCKS, KS aud JliWKLKY of every des-1 ioCVTjtt criptiou, tbe undersigned is prepared to suit pur chasers in eory particular. lie invites an exami nation of his goods and prices. P. L. GIF.SSLElt. N. B. Watches and CbH-ks repaired and war ranted. cp2:t-dl W. II. P. STODDARD, cut TMIMi OM.it M'STJUM.tSlinet &JiL DHCG STOKK, No. 17 Maiu street, con lin- lies to keep on hands a full and complete supidy ol Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glas, Brushes, Perfumery, Lamps, Burning Fluids, Ac. Which he sells at as low a ligure as any house in the city. Also, a large and varied assi.rtmei.t of AMblioTYPE STOCK, VA.VEliAS, CASES, A WO CIIEM1CA LS, In fact, everything apertaining to the art. Orders promptly attended to, aud forwurded by steamboat or Express-to any part of the country. sept20 NEW DRUG STORE. rM i'o ttitt us oit .nmt- -w icines that you can depend upon, call at Thompson's New Store, corner ot Main ami Sec. ond streets. He has a splendid stock of Drugs, Mediciues, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuns, Wiudow-Glass, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, Varnish; Shoe, Hair, Tooth. Nail, Clothes, ami Hand Brushes; Hair Oils, Pomades, Pomatum, and Hair Tonics in eudlwss vn riety. Tlio Ladies can find all the latest Toilet ar ticles out, and id the very best quality. If you want chcup aud good goods, go to THOMPSON S New Drugstore. decl'i J. II. MAGIIEE & CO. tW Rfi V" HE Jill MOt TJIEMU QtML FALL TRADE., with a stock of Goods every way suited to the wants of the conntrv, aud invite the attention id' MERCHANTS to their extensive stock of DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED DRY GOODS AND BOOTS AND S1IOKS, which is very complete and Very cheap. We i n vite Merchants to examine our stock before going further from home, as we will sell them cheaKT than they can buy goods elsewhere and get them home. sepl4 PETER VIERLING, ffm It li iUI S T, O. a I 'E S T UiTEit MM STRKET, EVANSVILLK, Ixn., Dealer ill Paints, Varnishes, Oils, Dye-Stuns, Win dow Glass, Physicians' Shop Furniture, Shoul der Braces, Abdominal Supporters, Surgical Instruments, 4c. tc ALSO Purs Wines and Braudiea, and all popu lar patent medicines of the age, Ac. jeX8 Kvansville M-stK &n4 Curerac Corrected by Out Branch Bank. KXCHANQK : "New York, Buying New Orleans, " par Cincinnati, " " Sidling HA N It A CI. r. I L'NIIS, UK CI5KRKVCT AT PAR. State Hank or Indiana.: Louisiana. Bank or the State or l.v-i Whkki.ino Citt. II1ANA. ' ItAl.TIMORK. Statu Bank or Ohio. ' " Pin-Minna. ICentvck r. I'nn.AiiFi.i-iitA, PKOIR pa vi no FKF.r.1lis8ouKi, St. Louis Otll Banks or I.vni A.NA. STOCK BANKS OK OHIO RXl'r.lT Union, Sandusky....; d is. City, Cincinnati 30 dis. City Ban k,Columbus,5 lis. Canal, CIeveland....7f dis. mcca County 75 dis. MEW VOIIK, NKW ENOLAMI, Nl.W JERSKT, PKNNSVT.. VANIA, ANU PKLAWABE, IS GOOU I.'UEOIT. SPEC1E-PAYIN FUEE BANKS. "Jrookviile Bank, Brook-'. Eicbimge Bank, Green ville. J castle. Bank of Elkhart. Elk-i "avctte Co, Bank, Con- hart uersville. Bank of Goshen, Coshen. Bank of CosMrt, tlosporl.. Bank of Indiana, Michi gan City. Bank of Montioello, M i. tieello. Bank of Mt. Vernoi., .tit. Vernon. Bank of P:udi, Paoli. Bank of Kockvilb), M'a bashtown. Bank of Syracuse, Syra cuse. Vank of Salem, Salem, tank of Sttlem, New Al bany. Bloomington B'k, Bloom ington. Crescent City Bank, Ev ansvilie. Canal Bank, Evanville. Cambridja City B k, Cam bridge City. s'armers' B'k, West field, .loosier B'k, Logunsport. -ndinna Bank, Madison, udiaua lteserve Bank, Kokomo. indianA Farmers' Bank, Franklin. Indiana Slock Bank, La- porto, Kentucky Steck B'k, Oo- lumbus. Lagrange. Bank, Limn. Mer. and Mechanics Ilk, New Albany. New York and Va. State Stock Bank, Evansvilie. Parke Co. Bank, Bock- ville. Prairie City Bank, Terre Haute. Southern Bank f lud., Terro Haute. Salem Bank, Goshen. To the Public. rWWK M'iHT WVATJ AJ'lt SPRTKU -fi ao far, have leeu verv wet ones, canning many of our rivers to overflow their bunks, back ing up tho water in the creeks and bayous, and flooding to a considerable extent tho bottom lauds; when the livers recede, which may be ex pected soon, then the lar'J surface of decaying veg etable matter exposed to the scorching ra.n of the summer sun, produces the malaria, which proven so fatal in its course, sweeping whole States, nnd sparing neither age nor si-x iu its conqacriug march. Alter a residence of more than twenty y.ars in the middle and Southern States, wo think we have discovered a medicine which, to a certain extent, is a preventative of tho attacks of bilious tover, ague, Ac, aud as such we recommend our Magnolia Whisky. We w ish the public to understand that we are not urging upon them the use of strong Liquors a a beverage. We are, and always have been, opposed to their being used in that way, but if people will use them as such, let them have by all means a pure article, that will keep them in health, and lengthen instead of shortening their lives. Wo pro pose to sell always pure and unadulterated Liquors for mediciiiHl purposes, and a little for the stom ach's sake, if required, and will challenge an in spection by the beat chemists ill this or any other country, to find any impurity or adulteration iu the w hisky branded by us, "Allis & Howe's Mag nolia." It is warranted, as it is distilled from the corn, rye, or wheat, with a slight addition of good cistern water. We have no doubt many persona have hecH ruined in health, if not actually killed, py drinking bad whisky, the greater the reason that Allis & Howes' pure Magnolia should bo in gen eral use. Just received and in store for aale 1(1 y, pipes ass'd lirandies (old) from 3 to 7 Kl gal. 12 pipes do (old) from :j to 87 gal. 4 pipits Holland Gin ; 3 puncheons old Hum. IU."5 ALLIS & HOWES. Water st. rfflJfMt J It tJ E NT TOHJMCVO Et- JL TABL1SUMENT IN THE STATU. P. Pendrich & Brothers, Would respectfully inlorm tbe citizens of Fvaus villp and vicinity, that they have a hirgr stock of Tobacco, Srgars, Snuff, Pipes, and German Smoking Tobacco, Than any two establishments of our principal cities. i Hotels and store-keepers, look to yonr interests. Before purchasing elsewhere, please examine onr large assortment, which we pledge ourselves to sell at the lowest Baltimore prices, and cheaper than can I bought in Cincinnati or Louisville; Jk we ask is, that you shall call and indge for yourselves. We oiler any of the above at wholesale or retail. Our establishment is a branch of the well known extensive Baltimore Tobacco 'Warehouse of Jos. Fendi ii'li Uros., No. 1.15 Forest street. F . FEN DKIC11 & BltOS., Main St., 1 door above First, ocl2l Evausville, Ind. AM KIUCAN-" Wholesale Clothing House. rWEJS' A'.Ar J HO, T II E WMiOf.M JaL Clothing trade of the West was comparatively of small amount, ami was confined almost exclu sively to a retail business in the larger towns and cities alone. Now this line of Goods lias Iwcome an almost indispensable part of the stock of every general Dry Goods store from tho crowded city to the cross-roail stand. Like all changes in traile, however, this one has not lteen produced except for the best of reasons. Among these are the great saving id material by cutting a largo quantity of garments together the superior work and speed of sewing machines in manufacturing tho great sav ing id' time in waiting for yonr "turn" at tho Tai lor's tho uncertainty of even then getting a satis factory "tit," and above al! the saving of at least OH-Athe cost of the garment in tho price. For n number of years Ibis has onlj been a part of our general Dry Goods business, but wo nave inado arrangements to devote onr whole bouse exclu sively to it alone with such lines of Notions aud Furnishing Goods as will lie necessary and desirable in that trade. Beli ving that the true interest of the trade will bo to sustain us iu this enterprise, wewould lespoctfiilly announce that we now have on hand one of the largest, aid most desirable stocks of WELL MADE CLOTHING that was ever offeretl to the trade of the West. We respectfully solicit a call from all our old friends and the traile generally. M'o charge noth ing for sUmrinij our gisals, ami not much if yon bvy them. We are prepared to sell to all pronipt-time buyers as lowas any house in tho trade. A liberal discount also made on all rash snle. WM. E. FKENCn A CO., sep3 No. '.JO Main street. 1859. FALL AND WINTER 185! GOODS! S Lilly solicit the attention of their numerous friends anil customets to an extensive assort ment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Which they are daily receiving and submitting fo inspection Theo goods embrace, all tho uewes designs and mot desirable patterm manufactured and are admirably adapted to the Western Trado Annexed they enumerate a few of tho departmontn which will be found complete, and comprtrung all the novelties of the season : Cloths, C'assiineres, and Doe-Skinn; utinetts, Fancy Tweeds, and Jeau; FtutVs, .Merinos, and lres3 Gowls; (iirjghams, Prints, and Scotch Ploidis; Kihboutj, Hosiery, and Gloves; JllankelH, Flannel, Lincyn, and Tickings; Sheeting':, tihirtingd, and Mariners Strijs; Genuine Iri.-di Linens, "our own importation;' J toot a and Mtocs; llatrf aud CapH; Fancy Articles, Notions, Trimming, Ac. octPJ COIlNEIt MAIN AND FIRST 75 i7 TH i8 MHK8Ha Tk" Kit. WfJL KURTZ, at tho Wholesale and Retail Confectionary on First utrcet, two doors from the Post Office, has anuin been appointed fude aire nt for Maltby's Baltimore Oysters Iu the city of Evansvilie, and he will receive dail, supplies by Express, directly from tho Packer, in Baltimore. He is prepared to offer the trade such inducements for,the entire season as have never been offered in this market heretofore. A constant daily supply always on hand, so that dealers and families can obtain "at anytime during the season thosa choice Oysters. In" cans aud half cans, and in the shell, warranted lix-sh and sweet, and very superior in llavor and quality. Terms cash. And none but bankable money received. A. KURT, nti:io-oui Sole Agent for Evansvilie. ffitHOU-MOOT, T.i t'MOV.I, S.itE, 9 m Ground Rice, Pearl Barley, and other diets for children and invalids, for sale ut W. II. P. STI'DTIARD'S dec.T Drug Store, 17 Main tdrivt. JfgOOTS V hllOES ! JVST JtMi--Xtceiied, I cases meu's kip hunter's brogans, for sale by KKKN A PRKSTON. jail 7. jrVoM.MI f Ey's7 a "new- lot 'of daw M sen, Warren C Hyde's tip top tiold Pens, - just received and for sale cheap by BITTUOLFF BROS, noT 23 1 Maiu street. CiS- d fl'l 4 te She i i V- I 'lo :lr. n- f : I i v. i M I I h ,; ( IV- l I f id- iila, 9.