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J S V i' i I v 4 4, KvaituvUlo &, Crax fordsvlll Itall- , . ' ". ' ' ; " ' toad.. " - ; 5 .'. DEPASTURES. : Aorominodaium Train.......; f,.i5 a. M. Vail Train ; .....10.25 ARRIVALS. Mail Train .'. .'. 5.18 V. M. Accommodation 4.15 " ',. Regular Packets expecting notice of their running arrangements in the Journal, must advertise with us. All kinds of Steam boat Job Work done at short notice, in good tyle, and at reasonable rates. Extra copies of the paper for sale at all times. RIVER XTjBIVES. Messenger, Cin. Time, Louisville Montgomery, LouurvilU Lehiah, t'in. Kate Sarehet, Wabash R. N. Patton Tenn. river Dunbar, Faducah Tempest, Louisville J. Bowen, Cairo Lua Eaves, Pond Kiver Neptune, Pittsburgh Poland, Nashville Stephen Decator. Cin. Wary Cook, Wabash 1. B. Campbell, B Groen DEl'lmTfD. Btesaengea, Mem. , Montgomery, N. O. Kate S&rrhet, Ev. Dunbar, Pailucab. Time, Teun. river Lehigh, St. Louis R. M. Pat ton, Louisville Tempest, Nashville Neptune. St. Louis GreeiiTille, B. Oreen Stephen Decator, N. ). Poland, Cin The Steamer Autocrat. i it ia the intention of the owners of the ? "Autocrat " to have her leave for Louisville . .". , to-3ay. The Autocrat has been an object of unusual interest to our citizens, and they will watch her departure from our city with . . great anxiety. This, doubtless, arise3 in part - - from the fact that the steamer is the first one of . ' bo large dimensions that was ever completed , in our city ; but still more from the fact that the boat itself in symmetry and complete ness is one of the most beautiful that has ; ever plied the western waters. ( Although - her wheels liave not, ft3 we write, made a . single revolution, still the confidence that she will prove "fast" is undiminished, and our people will be much disappointed if she does not " make time " equal to the swiftest. I --The--lzilflZ3 berati the especial care of her owners, Messrs. Scott, h Greer, and Brown, ot this city, two of "' whom are old and experienced boatmen, aud know just what is necessary to make a complete boat. Every stick of timber lias been selected with care, and every joint fitted with judgment. The hull of the "Autocrat " was built by Mr. Ed. C. M cr- rat, of Paducah. Its dimensions are: length (straight) 255 feet; (over all) 270 feet; breadth ofbcani 40 feet; floor f.C feet; depth of hold 7 J feet. Mr. Mthray is proud of his job, and we think with rea son. He is confident there are few boat3 . that will eclipse the Autocrat in speed; . The engines were formerly : those of the Southern Belle, the cylinders being inche3 in diameter, with 9 feet stroke. The wheels arc 35 feet in diameter with buckets 131 feet in length, by 28 inches wide. The Autocrat i furnished with five five-flued boilers, 23 feet long, and 44 inches in diame- j " ter. The flues are 10 inches in diameter. The shell of the boilers 3 f incha in thicknes?, and the flues J of an inch thick. In connection with the boilers is Capt. J. T. Brook's Patent Heater. To Messrs. Kratz k IIeilmat, of our city, belong the honor of this splended pii:e of iron work. It is conspltta in every particular, and will challenge comparison with any" work of the kind in the country. . : - The axViv was built by Mr. John Thoibson, of He7 Alb.tnyj It is 228 feet long, and contains 48 large, airy staterooms. The rooms are all supplied with comfortable spring uiattMSses, which are the handiwork as is the other upholstery of Messrs. A. J. Cot.blrn & Co. The sky-lights are filled with ornamental or stained glass, and the panels embellished with fresce work. The cok-ltou3e, pantry, and nursery, are models of their kind. The 'cook-house is supplied with all the modern improvements. The pantry contains a fine steam table. The nursery is well .supplied with closets and berths. ' The painting onv the ' Autocrat was done nnder the supervision of Messrs. Joskph Turnock & Son, and is a very .creditable w job, thougu tiieyjirtTocoiiipelleil to labor under nTJJfcWrSof disadvantages. The let- ffffTwas done by Mr. Silk Wked. The carpets and curtains were furnished by Mr. Johh S.Hopki.ns, and are of imported Tapes try -and Brussels. The texns corresponds with the balance of the boat, and is com r.osed of lg. rooms, be&ides the Captain's, all of. which are fitted op in the most comforta ble manner. The greater part of the furniture was taken from the Southern Belle, but it has been repaired and made to correspond with its new location, by Mr. U. W. Armstrong. The stove furniture was made by Messrs. ' ScAaTLEN & Stephevs. The blacksraithing was done by the enterprising firm of Dur ham & Snyder. It has been the intention of the owners, . and we think their intentions have been . pretty generally carried out to bavts their boat supplied with all the modern improve ments, and accordingly we find on board, steam capstan and freight hoister, hot and cold baths, and, in addition to all, steam pipes leading from the boiler to the holdf for the purpose of extinguishing fire3. The hurricane roof i3 covered with Freo Web ber & Co.'s Patent Saturated Canvass, which has already been subjected to severe tests, and proves perfectly impervious to water. The following is a list of the olBcers : Captalv, Henry Scott; 1st Clerk, Capt. W. C. Grker, 2d Clerk, Ja.ves C. Hakki sun; Pilots, J. H. IIprt and Aloxzo Har rington ; 1st Engineer, Wtt. H. Jrvx, 2d Engineer, John Moore ; Mate, Jso. McBae ; Steward, Georgk Jackson; Barber, Aii. Bishop. - .The cabin crew are all "gemroen ob ob collor." The Autocrat ha3 been finished under very disagreeable circumstances. . The bad weath er set in before her completion, and every thing seemed to consjSww to retard the work. Ve congratulate- the gentlemanly proprie tors on the completion of their labors, and trust they may never liave reason to regret having built the first large and fine boat at Evansiville. " , The weather yesterday was very much like spring. The sua shone wunn enough to start vegetation. The river in very high, though about nt a stand. Our landing presented a busy appearance, nu merous boats delivering and taking on freight during the day. t" The elegant Charity Bowen pushes tout to-day for Cairo. Capt. Dexter-still trends her decks aud Mr. Markell onictates in the office. Passengers for the South will remember the Bowen is the only regular packet. The steamers Mary Cook and Kate Sarchett both depart for the Wabash to-day. Each of them will deliverin safety all freight with which they may be entrusted. . ' The following is the manifest of the D. B. Campbell, regular Eransville and Green river packet, for which we are in debted to Mr. Davis, her polite clerk : 200 bbls pork, 25 plows, I. A. Crane ; 250 tcs lard; 250 bbls pork, J. S. Mitchell ; 17 dry hides, Beinent St Viele; lot sundries, owners on board; also, 20 passengers. Passed Lue Eaves at Ashlyburg ; broke a shaft on up trip ; Green river high and ris ing. STEAMBOATS. M2j CAIRO BIllULAK l'ASSKNCJKK PAClCiiT, CHAKLKY UOWJiii, UEXTKtt, Sfabter, leaves ETannvillo Tuen day and Sturdav, at 12o'elucki St., arriving at l'adiirah at 6 o'clock, A. M-, Caivo at 12 o'clock, II., 'Wedneeday and Saturday. Re turniug, leaver Cairo every Weduemlay auti Satiir djiy, at 7 o'clock, P. M., and Paducah every Tburs duy and Sunday, at 9 o'clock, A. St., connecting at EvaiiRville with the Evaneville and Crawlbrdaville R. R., and Packets for Green River. - Also, cou necting at Smithland with Cumberland River Pack ets ; at Cairo, with Memphis, Mew Orleans and Kit. Louis Packets. Tickets can be obtained on board the boat for alt Caatern Cties. sept'23 W7 JPf D UCJH JCd P A C K T The steamer DL'NBAR, fowler, master, leaves ETansville every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at V o'clock M. Leaves Paducah every Tuesday, Tnurg&ty, and Saturday, at 9 o'clock A. M. Connecting at Kvansville with the EvansvilU) and Crawfordsvilie Railroad for all prints North and East, with packets for Louisville Green, and Wabash rivers. At Paducah with pack ets for St. Louis, New Orleans, and the Daily Mail boats foi Cairo, Nashville, -and Tennesoe river. K0Business promptly attended, and charges for freight and psasage, same as charged by the regu lar packet. Through bills of lading given to New Orleans and all points on the Tennessee and Cum berland rivers aug!8 JLh PACKKTS! The fine light araught steamer r-. 3m JELm Done, LEWIS KAVIt,, Mat-ter Win. Si. List, Clerk. Leaves Kvansville on Stnrclays, at Vi o'clock. . Leaves Hntnnviile ouAVedneridvs, at 12o'clock. SVEEU, COMFORT, S'ZLIABILITY, SAFETY.:, JOHN McCLAIN , Master. Thor. IiiouciiiT ClerK. Leaves Kvansville on WedneNdays, at Iz o'clock.. Leaes llutsonviilf on 8aturUyi, at lo'olocK. ftf5" Thexe two Ik'uIs will run regularly during the season, connecting nt II nt.s-,iinllo with the Hnteonville, Terre iiaule, aud Lafayette PacKet, MASONIC GEM. freight and Passengers receipted through to all points. Passengers and Shippers may roly upon the regu larity of these boats. All orders and business en trusted to them will be premptly attended to. The light draught steamer MAKY CtXtK, Sl'TiOM Master, KrnvAKB, Clerk : wilt make regu lar trips between Kvansville and Kugeue, during toe season. or tretgnt or pasagi, apply on hoard. jaul'J tf. ' Jf J3 tfi V JLi H HENDERSON PacVeU The new and magnificent Steamer t U E Y EAGLE, W. If. Daniel, Captain; J.U.Duncan, Clerk, leaves Louisville every Wednesday and Sat urday at 4 o'clocK P. M. Leaves Kvausvile every Motulay at Xi M., and Thursdays at 6 o'clock P. M. jnnl7 - . - . .. mourn VJKHOL.TVJS M. POND lilVt.K. The elegvnt patwenger stramer LUE EAVK8, McDonald, Master, will make regular eemi-woekly trips to South Carrolton and Pond River, leaving on Tues days and Fridays. lor treightorpasdage.applyonboard. de2Ut NEW ORLEANS CARDS. B. A. BUOWX. U. J. WI.NIIURV R. A. BROWN & CO., COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANT, No. 84 Magazine Street, JvA'ir ORLEANS, LA. Particular attention aid to the sale of West ern produce. Personal attention paid to Forward ing Merchandise. ' ' &ugl RrHT"sHoRt&"cb " Commission Mercliants, So. 94 Camp Street, SEW ORLEASS, LA. B. H. HHORT. ' oet'iJ-bMldl . K. 8. UOWAKO. K. H . rIKIHll.h IOI1S W. BINUHAH R II. FAIItCIIILD & CO., (Surrewiors to T. C. TwiTt'liCM, & Co.,) t 11 trammissioii Mercnants, I'OYVltAS STREET, oH NKWOKbitANS. "i M. MiKJ'.'Miii tl "-.7 VOMJH lit Cy siou and Forwardiug Merchants, No. 2V, Poy dras Street, New Orleaas, La. uiy2t-dAwly r& J.tKL, STOCK l'OMMB8t!llOJ ML Merchant and proprietor o (Stock Stables. New Orleans. La. jau2'f.7-ly. BL sion Merchant, No. 7 Lafayette street. New Or h$ans, for the sale of butter, cheese, lard, eggs, dried frlo ts, Flour, Meat and all sorts of Western Fro. duce, and lor the purchase of Groceries, Ac. Carh advances made on consignments. Bialft-ly TMK iWJ Jf M SI Ml , for many years chief Clerk the house of JOHN HURLEY A Co., begs to offer his services as Comiuissiou Merchaut, to the friends atid talrons of that house, now that it has retired from business. With this end in view have formed a co-partnership with Mr. E. W. Uenton, senior of the old and well known firm of E. W. Benton A Co., uuder the name and style ot BENTON A'KING, to kike place from the 1st of May, prox. The subscriber relies for support noon the friends of the old house of JOHN HURLEY A Co., who have bad opportunities of experiencing the prompt ness aud ability with which he attended to their busiuess. Verv respectfully, THOMAS KING, Corner of Lafayette and New Levee streets. New Oi leans, April 27, 16. augS-y JOS. W. DO UGHERT Y, Forwarding and Coininission, NEVV. ORLEANS, Loptsiasa. Refers to Messrs. ALLLS A HOWES, apO-ly .Kvansville, lud. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING NEUCHAST, . -.- ST. LOUIS, MO. Liberal advances made on consigumetits to either of our houses. REFR To Messrs. A 11U A Howes, Bcmetit A Veilo, noward A Brown. Kvansville. jii 1 W mi MJMTitifsie vT, 99 COMMISSION AND FORWAKDINO MERCHANTS, No. IS Peydran Ktrvet, ! NEW ORLEANS, LA. CUM WILKIR...W. B. OttltATIIOt)NC...JoS. UITZINHKK. j We give onr (lersonal attention to the sale of To- j bacco, tJorn, Wheat, Hay, Oats, Flour, Pork, IWoii, i Lard, Ac. atlgtl j 450 V Jl M M, S I at 7" cunts per dozen. , s - . Vito rahhi tfi at renin each . '- Jnt recaivixl nt fjHt.6) .'). K 4- LANG LEY'S. rm.i-Ttt Uu h m j v t s t"JiM' JSrJ mxl, at 10 rentR fwr lt; Prnnes, a choice article, at 9 lbs. for SI at janti COOK LXUGLiY'S. MSCELLAWEOUS. v 7;.x TOUY'llio undersigned having engaged in the Tobacco Business, with the purpose of supply ing, if possible, the wnnts of the home market, I am nowr r spared to offer a well selected stock of manufacv -il 'folitv'fo from Missouri, Kentucky, and TemfH Leaf, in Founds, " Fives, Halves, EightHytnt t arters, in any desired package. Terms liberal, anil acceptable discount for Cash purchases, but no sale less than five hoxei. A. GUMBKRTS, jy28 No. 105 Main street, Kvansville, ltul. STOVES 2 STOVES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. SCANTLIN & STEPHENS Have just received a full supply for their Fall and Winter Trade, and every description of STOVES, GRATES, TIN WARE, and EITCHEN UTEN SILS. Their stork embraces all varieties of COOKING, PARLOR, AND OFFICE STOVES AND GRATES, with and without mantles, all of the newest aud most appreTed patterns, The stork embraces the greatest variety ever brought to this market. It has been selected by one of the partners in per.n, from the largest stocks of the manufacturers in Pitt Vinrg, Cincinnati, and Louisville, and has been purchased on terms that will allow the niidersigneil to se t the very lowest cash prices for which such articles can be had in this market. t" Call at the sign of the Cooking Stove, No. 13 Slain street, oppuxite the Stato Dunk, between Water and First streets. sep!2-dAiw;.m SCANTLIN A STEPHENS. ; iJL door above Vine, sole Manufacturers of the - Celebrated Magnolia "Whiskj Or KVANSV1LI.K, JNO. Y3 All kinds of Domestic Liquors, and coa tit.i H,-n largo supply of Old aud Cholcr Bonrboa, Kys, siad Monongabela M'hisky. angl-dAwty. M IN ED TO SUCCEED GEOUtiK THORN1IILL takes pleasure in in oi tiling his old customers that in the ipiality and style of his work, be natters himself he cannot be excelled. He may still bu touud at the corner of Second and Maiu streets, where the choicest Har ness and Saddles of every descripliou catk be obtain ed on the best of terms. MP" Repairing done with neatness and dispatch. Second-hand Harness always on hand. iel iNT:.'Sl DR. HAAS, having leased the Mou i lorntcrlyoc-. cupied by Dr. Kivett, in Dr. Bray's building, oppo site the Post OHice, would respectfully solicit the citi'ens of Kvansville aud the surrounding tovraa and country, o visit his roouis and see the Hpwci mens on exhibition. All those who need Dental operat ions performed, anil are pleased with Ms work, shall bw attended to with great pleasure. I lis CONTINUOUS GUM works without a seam or crevice. Nothing will be more clean, or have greater st rength, liia I '.lock Wokk has but two seams in a full upH-v or lower set. Persons can laugh as heartily as tlu.n choose without showing that their teeth fire artificial, and cheeks that are sunken tan be restored to nearly their original contour. He also makes the usual sty les of plait, snd sim ple gum tooth work on gold and silver plate and also the CheopUmtic work, which is ntneh liked by those who have used it. Hit has also two processes for extracting teeth without pain no inhalation no injurious effects arising from their nse the niuet delicate can have them applied with perfect safety. m- i ureiiiM win consult the licalth jniil beauty of their children by having the.Dentist direct their second deiititron, thereby producing symmetry aud hralth to those invaluable organs. . : I tak pleasiire iu introducing Dr. Has, formerly of Latiiyett, litd., my successor to the old rooms in Bray's building, hopiug he will nd them both pleasant and prolitable Fra mv iu tercoure with the Doctor, 1 am pleaae.1 to hud him one ot the progressing; jioseiwiiig tawte aud hi-ti professional ability and standing. With this view" i can, with safety, recommend him to lli omiuunj. v as a skillful aud competent iWmikt. ... J nl8 1. KIVRT".' llOLLIAGSWUjrni & BRO. SMJ Jvst MMCMivnn a large MM. nut uew imiHirtmion of CROCK KEY-WARE GLAS.SWAKK, CHINA, o., on Viwt street, Er'! ansville. oct 5 M TYl'K AKTISTS. KELLER 4 WIIITH, at the nolicitntion of a number of artist., h.ne brought on a comilto u sortnrent of , PHOTOGRAPH & AMBROTYPE STOCK, Cousistinir of cvHi-j- tyl of CASK, l'LATKS, BAT II Kit, AMKKA3, , i x 1AKIS,-- OHKMICALS, Ac, Ac, with which tht-y are riparil to furnisL the tnule at Cincinnati iirices. All nrdera will re cei prompt attention., KKLLtK A WH1TK, , .e28-dwlm Ko. 32 Main treet. pen,! i Sjv'g- ... Jt- i . . m - i, v Aii" i ax. i '-nt- I 15-: ML. it 1 pi'-i.Er - V ' i-- v . ' r -,rr-f 't h .A 3P Wens waR rilSCELLAHEOUS. jJV JfWVO OJP jP EI IST T lOST Gr -DONE CHEAPER, QUICKER ; AND BETTER THAN ANYWHERE ELSE, . Patronize THE EYANSVILLE JOURNAL WE attend to all orders from a distance promptly, and execute our work cheaply and accurately. CHEAP, PROMPT, ACCURATE IS OUR MOTTO. Address, for any kind of printing, JOURNAL. COMPANY, MV AN SriLL E, In IF. YOU WANT TO IN THE PAPER HAVING THE "LARG EST CIRCULATION SO THAT YOUR 'ADVERTISEMENT WILL BE READ BY E V E R Y B O D Y yOtTi WILL GAIN THAT DESIRAbLE END BY PATRONIZING THE EVANSYILLE JOURNAL. 1 F YOU WANT A 5 PA PER THAT H A TWENTY-NINE COLUMNS ' o GOOD HEADING EVERY WEEK, AT ONLY ONK DOLLAR A TfRAK, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE WEEKLY JOURNAL WHERE YOU WILL GET YOUR MOI lEY'H WORTH, AJVJJ 310ttE TOO !, A nd if you ant a Paper which gives wore Home new i matters Ot special - importance To the i jeopie of this State subscribe for THE DAILY JOURNAL, -AT- Ft VR OOLIu VRS A TfEAHi OR vW TS A VEEK. f, Send in yw ir orders, j. ..... . . , Friends, and wa will XfetttTB joa tb ' f, ortti of Tour moaey MISCELLANEOUS. E.f S. BABCOCK, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS KVANSVILLE, INDIANA. , Have constantly on hand Sash, Doobs and Boi i ikh and Statiokabi Siiakk Blinds, of Snporior Alle gany Lumber, well seasened, and neatly andstroug- ly manniacturoa.n WHOLESALE CASH PKIUEJS. SASH. THICK- NKS8. :.iv4 -ul i iH y ' xa ......i r4 rmct pr & WINDOW. S 32 38 44' 62 2 7f. SO 84 I 1( O 1 25 i ao 1 4(1 SIZE. 8ltt ltlxl'Z... ...... lOxl-2 10x14.. .. , 10x14 ..... 10xV I... 10x10 10x14 lux IB 10x18 12x16 12x18 ....... !' v H ' vu 13-a fCheck Kails. Sabii of other Hiea on hand, or put up at ahort notice. . DOOR 8, THICKNESS. PntCF. SIZK. g3-x6-C.. 1 .. 81.15 1 15 All 1 80 VyH 2 00 1 150 C 1 70 2-8x6-8.. W. 2 0C 1 2 15 lt-X 2 f0 2-lOxC-lO... iVi 1 90 1M 2 M .a,' 2 2 IV,.... 2 5 v2 a so 3x7 I?-; 2 1 IV.'... : 2 85 l.'i 3 10 BLINDS. Price. " Stationary Stat. 51 2r. 1 2S Price. Biz. . B8xl0 Itulliiig SlaU. SI 71 60x12 1 2S ,. I 71 00x14 . 1 &. 2 10x15 .. 1 75. .. 2 25 10x16 2 25 2 75 10x18 .. 2 50.:. 00 12x18 3 00... ... 350 FRAMES Door ana Window. izr. thicks(:s. i'kick. 8x10 1 S K 10x12.......; 1 100 Other Bizs made to oriler. - BLINliS of all size niado to oritur. " IXRS othir than rsgnlr nizf on hn.l, or made on short notice. Doors moulded to erder. Builders should, if pos sible, mike their Frames of n'guhir size, they ran then be ijnpnlied at any time. v Ceilin r, Siiliug, and Klooriuj; for sale. Mould ings of i 11 sizes. Fencing Boards 4J J ftct long, for sale chejip. One Window contains twelves lightx. All orders must be addressed to E. S. TtABOOCK. myll-lydAw Kvansville. lud. SC&MiEB. Ws have oo-t band a supply of U "Jit We cau also fut nish TRAl'K SCALKS or any ca naritv The tattles are from the nanufiu tory of K. T. FAIRBANKS r CO., St. Jobiisbor;, i.i..,t Kverv tk-ale is tented and Healed, and V wr- muted correct. For testuiionials we wfer to the tonsauds of persons nsinp them. - JiOBUBttOOK t CO., ARenfH, nov24 Water street. Kvansville, CHUB I, KS BJiHCUVK, 1.11 1 O UT li It and Healer, In Coach and MwMicry Hardware, iMaiu street, near Water. iLavuii; coin pie ted my ar range neuti with Kuiope wi and A iner i'an manu lacturers for a diri t supply of all goods in my line, I am euabied to of- nci'tuents, that cannot fail to be to tho interest of all en (cajxed in the business to irive me a trial. ' I name i part: axies. spriii(r made of the l;st steol; Imuds, etnunelod a4 of all kiuds of leather; cloths, liniuga for carriaj;'. varnishes, ciistinits ot all kinds, saddl trees, Kaglisfa bridle leathers, bits, stirrups, spurs, hames, fine silver haines or all kinds, Jenny Lind Gig Trees, wlt-ucl.justintf pads, Taylor's patent hames, fly nets, shoe threails, horse blankets, London liirth Webs, Americau tiirth nd Kein Webs, both cotton and worst. I; London Welt Skins, superior article; Ivory, ROtta percha and brass lined martengal rinrs; snerior kerseyn for horse coven, the best quality of carriage bolts, patent gig trees, Ac, Ac. I keep in fcict everything appertaining to either branch of tha business, and understanding both branches thoroughly, we would respectfully invite your attention before purchasing elsewhere. I am also agent for Ward's Patent Spring Saddle. p20-dw WpEM 0 VJIL.a. JT. C0MBVHJrK'C0. jCsV hare removed to Water street, three doors above Main. . , t WI ra now Bianrauctnrttrg v cu r Ins Hnr '"g lied, the best and most coiWnint now in OM, a.Ut can be moved or handled vjrtww "?y trouble. aU and examine them. jlanr - . . . . ... . r , i 'alli 1 0 Ma&4d 3 g rrf rip ?,c?ir El II 9 pi g ilMa B g ferind ;s, BUSINESSeARDS. MJe torneys at !uw, Notaries Public iud Beat Xs- te Aicsnts, Evuisville, Iiniiuuii; w icl practice law in tin1 Courts or tnis a rill attend to the collection of cIh'uis in any pirtof the United States, will buy and sell real estate in the iity of Kvansville, in Vanderburgh and adjoining bounties aud in the West eenerallv. aud will iertorni any other duties pertaining to Attorneys or Iieal lUstale Agents. Jjots aud larins always lor saie. Uertuan spoken by a member of the li t in. eOiuco on Third street, opposite the u..ort flouse, In the rooms formerly occuiiied ty the late firm of Den by St Luukeuheiuior. CHARLES DKNUY. TllEODORR W. VKXEMANX. iov:0-0nid " ' v ENCOURAGE HOME LABOR. j"t . ji it u. it .rr if , 4-jitnuait Mid MASUFAtrrriiKK, Main street, near the Canal, KVANSAll.LK, 1m. lias on hand a lar;;e stock of Buggies and Wngnna of every variety all of his own manufacture which ho will warrant to lw suierior to auy work to be purchased .it tho tust tor tlie kiuki prices. Dm intr the late hard tunes, mid the inclement wm- terwithits itnp.iRsably muddy roads, the demand for Carriages has been liht, and his stork has ac cumulated in his warerooins; to tlUtwwo of it, and to relieve himself from a flight ptH-.utiiary pressure, he will sell at remarkably low prices. Any person who wiskts a beuntuul rn?y at a bargain, will rind a better chance tor a trade than ho has ever bad le fore, at ,. DKGABSIOU : Thomas-Redmond, 1 ' VVhOlosaleand Ketail Dealoi-in Groceries, Produce, & Uquo Jo. 13:3 J,oney, lllocl;, .llafn St. rmMin VJimusiujv:n, n.tvMJ" J3L removed to No. 1j2 lNisy's ltlot-k. Slain street, and disposed of his old stock of Uroccries, is just receiviiiir a new and enlarged assortment of till(.) CK1C1 K8, LltJl'OKS, Ac, which he will sell, either at, w holesnle or retail, as cheap as can be purclmse-l iu this miiikut., Iluvir.K purchased my stock for cash, I can sell my ooils at Manufacturers' priced. To my old customers both, in town and country, I tender my grateful HckuowlerljrnieiiU for past fa vors, aud hope by strict attention to bitsiiusri to merit a continuance ot their patront!j;i'. t-(i Goods delivered in anv part of I he cit v free ofchaig.i , lsei2ii . " T. ItKHSION 1. New Grocerv Store. B C -VfV TO . JtVt'.JI.nilllJlTJi 9W the public and ourselves as much a mhsi hie, we have opened a branch id our establishment at , - " AO. &,WATEK ST.. Ul.T. MA IX SYCAMOliX, whore we would laiie pleasure iu siipp ik r lies and steamboats with fancy and staple groceries, nrovisions. 4c., at the lowest possible rates. It ii our intention to do as ueur at'AMl bitninr'i') :w pos sible, at the new stoic, but for the lu-fojiimodaimu of prompt imyitigiatrons who may it have the "needful" convenient, we will take their order and have them charged at the old staud, No. Main street where business will be curried on as former ly. Those interested in the purchase of st.-.uiiibost stores will please give us a trial, as we think wo run make it their interest so to do. V It'KEKV BROS, deed ' Nos. Si Main, anil 8 Water streets Wholesale and retail dealer in TOYS AND NOTIONS, NO. 1 MAIN HTKKBT. ' mm, 9 iikujh vfwv itu j-oijs'H Bir .full slock of all the novelties of tho diiy e-.r the Kali Trade and Holiday Presents, iiiclo.lnig PiMiuw, Melodeous, Violins, Harps, Aceordeon-s, Files, Flutes, Toy Uruuis Cons, lolls, .Balls, Tea Sets, Tops, Marbles, Chessmen, Domiuos, Kiie Woiks, Gold 1'tatedao.t tiilt Jewelry, 4c. Coun try and City Trade solicited by ct291y A..C. PJJSHKE. 7jr"x7"a.voj, hook jti.vtt- WFJL Kit AND f8tPfp Blank Book ManufacturerHw First St., bet. Main and Locust, ''""' . KVANSVILLE, INDIANA. JB Blank Books ruled, paged and made to order of the best paper, from a Memorandum to the largest Ledger. Musk- and Magazines bound in any stvle. - - .lelti-ilAwtl MANFFACTrRKU WHOr.FSALK TK.L.K IN OLOT3LTING-! CLOTH, CAiySlMLliL. HATIA&TT, 'J'li'EEO GENTS' FDR-NISH IN G GOODS.' Al80,IIata and Caps. No. 3 Main Ktrfet, nr.r. First ano SSeconii. ; t :. aepl'J ' VANSVILLK. 1N1. L" MUR8INNA, OFFIC'K ON THlr.tr el'KKtl', BKtWKKN V INK AND DIVISION. toff Plans, Spaciticat ions, etail Drawings, tic, if Public and Private Buildings prepared on rea lonnble terms. ' geplft-tim mHHSTO.X' It HOYH JiUS, WHO Li lt SALE liUOCF.KS, Dealers iu Foreign and !o mestlc. Iiiqnors, corner First and Sycamore streets, Kvansville, I nd. ' ,lJ,;t,5 77aTlr k uySTTL hit t s C1TV of -t3i.rt- JSO. 45 .MAIN N WTKKET, j:VAXSVll.l.E, TNl. er Particular attention giicn to Photograph and JLlainotypos. ae&-ljr WtlOI.K.SALK DRAI.KH IN GROCERIES & LIQUORS, No. an West Klrst street, ap2S-ly KVANSVPLLK, IND. moaJfuTH'0 'ir,liiii'Ui Tiecr. -fi&'Oilico on Second strict, between Vine and Di vision, next door to the old Presbyterian Church. Plans, specifications, detail drawings, Ac, for all rl.-iSscs of building, prepared on short notice, ,tnd on reasonable tort t. ioi;;17 MEDICALi NOTICE. It1 ItS. Jfl. J. ItKJt Tt 'JJS'll I'- W. SJ u- Y EH have this dav asso iated themselves to gether in the practi-e of Medicine and Surgery, un der the style of BRA V A 8AWYF.K. Both having had long experience in 'heir profes sion, they feel a ronlideme that by strict nthutiou, they can give satisfaction to nil who may favor them w ith their patronage-. OHice on First struct, opKsite the Postollice, where one or the other can at all times, during their olheo hours, le found readv to, attend to professional business. Oltieo hours from 0 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 5 1'. M. M. 3. UKAT, M. D .....P. W. SAWYKR, . I. sep2!-md Watches and Jewelry. P. L. CEISSLER . MAIN ST., BKTWKK.N TlilltDAND F0V11T1I, - opposite t'ovirr nnrsK. w g.l VJJS'I JUST HKTHJtJ-Jll FH031 BM. the Fast, where he Im- j. purchased a lieautil'ul irssort- sS meiit of WATCHES, CLOCKS, esA?5& 1 I'Vl-l'I. I.' V of ,uvri' .l.w.WiiE criition, the nndersigiieil is prepared to suit pur chasers in every particular. He invites an exumi uatiiou of his goods and price. : I". I., ti I l'.B?lil!.li. - N. B. Watches and Clocks repaired and wlji mil wljr-i rantl. W. Ii:. P. STODDARD,- T Till. Ul.lt MiSTJUhlSlIKU fBDG STOKK, No. J7 Main street, con lin- iMt to keep on hands a full and complete, supply el Jleilii:ine, Paints, Oils, . . . , . Vuruishes, Cl4s, f t : Brushes, Perfniiiery, Lamis, Burning Fluids, Ac. Which he sells at as low a figure a auy house in the city. Also, large ami varied assert niei-t of T A3I HliOTYfF. STOCK. C.I M Ell AS, CASE!?, A H CHEMli'ALS, , - In fact, everything appertaining to the ai t. Order promptly attended to, and forwarded by stcatulioat ov Kxpress to any part of the country. sept2i NEW DRUG STORE. jtjh ti u:lj-r i tit l jm oh .7f K II- M icines that yon cm depend upon, cidl nt Thompson's New Store, corner of M a j-i and Sec. onr! streets. He has a splendid stock of Drugs, Medicines Paints, Oils, Dye-St litis, Window-Class, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, Varnish; Shoe, Hair, Tooth. Nail, 'lot lies, and Hand Brushes; Hair Oils, Pomades, Pomatum, and Hair Tonics in endless va riety. The Ladies can find all the latest Toilet ar ticle out, and of the very best quality. If. yon want cheap end good goods, go to THOMPSON'S New Drugstore. declj- , J. E it i: II, MAGHEE & CO. . W KKjI I I J--0K I'll ti I K FALL Tit AD K, with a stock of tioous every way suited to the wants of the countrv, and invit the attention of - ; MERCHANTS to their extensive stock of . DuMES'1'10 AND IMPORTED DRY U00DS AND BOOTS AND SUota, ahich is very complete and very cheap. Vi i n- ; vite Merchants to examine onr stock lWore giug ! further from home, as we will sell th.-lii ch, spec than tlicy cau buy goods elsewhere and get thorn j home. v sep 14 ! PETEirtTERLiNG rm isr,.i. wjsst t i jk JLM STKKF.T, F.VANSVU.LK, 1st.., Dealer in Taints, Varnishes, Oils, Dye-MulTs, V tu dow tilass, Physician' Shop Furniture, Shoul der Braces, Abdotuiual Suppoi ters, Surgical Instrument, Ac. Ac. ALSO Pure Wines and Brandies, and all popu lar patent medicine of the age, Ac. J18 KvansTllle , jbXanfr and Carerno ' I f i - Corrected, If the Branch Ban.. , Kew York, Buying . Boiling new uneauii, i' .. . Clncinnoti, " " " V ''' AHKABIJt nrUDft, 0 CtrEBKVCT AT fAB. State Bank of Indiana. : Louisiana. Bank o the Statc or In-1 Whkei.iho Citt. PIAI7A. I Statk Bask of Ohio. Kf.ntuckt. i Baltimore. PtTTtlBltKO. PllILAIlt:i.PHlA, rKOIK FATINQ FkEE &IMOUIM, St. Louis only Banks of Indiana. stock banks of oiiio kxckpt TJnion, Sandnsky....6 dis.l City, Cincinnati 30 dis. City Bank,Colunibti9,5di Canul, Cleveland.. ..75 dis. neca Comity 75 dis. j KEW VOUK, NEW ENOLANU, MrW JERSEY, PENNSYL VANIA, AND DELAWARE, IN OOOII CHEDIT. SPECIE-PAYING FREE BANKS. Srookville Bank, Brook-jKxchange Ituuk, Green. Yillo. castle. Bank of Elkhart. Elk-i "avette Co. Bank, Con- hart. nersville. Bank of Coshon, Goshon. sarnieni' B'k, 'Westneld. Baukof Goapnrt, Uosport, iloosler B'k, Logansport. Banc of Indiana, Mulli .ndiana Bauk, Madison. gan City. ndiana Btwervo Bank, Kokomo. fndiana Farmers' Bank, Franklin. Indiana Stock Bauk, T,a- porte, Kentucky Stack B'k, Co lumbus. Lagrungo Bank, Lima. Mer. and Mechanics Bk, New Albany. New York and Va. State Stock Bank, Kvansville. Parke Co. Bank, Kock ville. Prairio City Bank, Terr Haute. Southern Bank el lud., Terro IJaute. Salem Bank, Goshen. Bank of Monticcllc), M ai- Ucello. Bank of Mt. Vernoi,, Ml. Vernon. Bauk of Paoll, Taoll. Bank of Kockville, Wa biishtown. Biink of Syracuse, Syra- enno. Kauk of Salem, Salem. Bank of Salem, Mew Al bany. Blootuington B'k,4loHm- : Ington Crescent City Bank, Ev- ansviite. Canal Bunk, Evanville, CambridgeCity li k.Cuni- bridge City To the Public. rwiHK i'jist wmjtjkh FPiirxa JL so far, h-kve been Tery wet ones, causing many of onr rivers to overtlow their banks, back ing up tho water In the creeks and bayous, aud Hooding to a considerable extent the bottom lands; when the rivrrs recede, which may be ex-.H-cred soon, then tho largo surface of decaying Veg etable matter exposed to the scorching rays of the summer sim, produces tho malaria, which prcvea so lata! in its course, sweeping whole States, aud sparing neither aj;o nor sex in its conquering march. At'lir a vesiilenco of more than twenty years iu, the middle mid Southern Steles, we think we have discovered a medicine which, to a certaiu extent, is a preventative of the attack of bilious lever ague, Ac, and as such we recommend our Magnolia Whisk v. We wish the public to understand that we sr not urging niu theiu the use of strong Liquors a a leverage. We fire, and always have been, opposed to their being used in Hint way, but if peoplo will us them as such, let Oiein have by all means a pure article, that will Veep ihcm in health, and I. Hi;! hen instead ot'Mliorteiiiuoc their live. We pro pose to sell always pine and unadulterated Liquors for iiicdi iiiiil purposes, nod a little for the stom ach's sake, if required, and will challenge an in spection by the bent chemists iu this or auy other country, to ttnd auy impurity or adulteration in the w hisky branded by us, "A His A Howe's Mag nolia." I t is warr.tnled, as it is distilled from the corn, rye, or wheat, with a slight addition of good cistern water. We have no doubt many person have! icon ruined in health, if not actually killed, py drinking bad whisky, the greater the reason that Allis A Howes' pure Magnolia should be iu gen eral use. Just received aud in stor for nale 10 J-j piiKisass'd Brandies (old)fremS to $7 t gal. J.y pines - . do (old) from 3 to $7 t gal. 4 pipes Holland Gin ; 3 puncheons oi l Rum. ai25 ALLIS A HOWKS. Water ,t. TOBJtCCt JBS- TABLISHMKNT IN THE STATS. S-4 F. FeDdricli & Brothers, Would respe;tfully inform the citizens of Fvane vilre and vicinity, thut they have a larger stock of Tobacco, Segars, Snuff, Pipes, and German : Smoking Tobacco, Than any , two establishments of our principal cities. li tHotels and store-keepers, look to your Interests. Before purchasing elsewhere, please examine our large assortment, which wo pledge ourselves to sell at the lowest Baltimore prices, aud cheaper than can be Imught in Cincinnati or Louisville; All w nsk is, that you shall call aod iudge for yourselves. We otter any of the above tit wholesale or retail. Our establishment Is a branch of the well known extensive Baltimore Tobacco Warehouse of Jos. Feutirii'h k Bros., No. l"i.i Forest street. F . FKN DI ICH A BROS., Main St., 1 door above First, . oct2l Kvansville, Ind. AMERICAN " Wholesale Clothing House. rsfiA'A i'jutnm tiie wjiojk Jl- Clothing tnule ot the West was comparatively of small amount, and was confined almost exclu sively to a retail business iu tho larger towns and f cities alone. Now this line of Good has bucome mi almost iiidispeusublc part of the stock of overy general Dry Goods store from the crowded city to the cross-road stand. Like all changes in trade, however, this one low not beeu produced except for the Ix-st of reason. Among these r the great saving of material by cutting a lrgo quantity of gal-incuts together the superior work and speed of sewing machine in manufacturing the great sav in,T of time in waiting for your "turn" at the Tai lor's tho uncertainty of even then (yottin ftatis factory "tit," mid above all tho saving of aweast oiK-i(tho cost of t tie garment inthnjtric For n number of years this has only beeu a rcjW of our general 'Dry Good busiuess, but we liave made arrangement to devote our whole house exclu sively to it alone with such line of Notions and Furnishing Goods as will lie necessary and desirable iu that trade. Belli ving thut the true interest of the trade will be to sustain us iu this enterprise, we would lespectfnlly announce that we now have on bund one of the largest and most desirable stocks of WELL MADK CLOTHING that wa ever offered to the trade of the West. We res.iectfitlly solicit a call from all our old friends and the trade generally. Wo charge, noth ing for rlmtrinij our goods, and not much if you fciij them. We lire prepared to sell to all pronipt-tiuw buyers a low as auy house in the trad. A liberal discount also made on till eruJi sate. W.M. E. FKKNCII A CO., sep.'! ' No. 20 Main street. 1859. FALL AND WINTER 185S C3- sIIJI.VHLI'K HHILI, ' HUSfJiVT- fully solicit the attention of their nnmerou friends ami ctistomeis to an extensive assort -ment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, 'hich they are daily receiving and submitting fo iuspfi-licu. These gmnls embrace all the newe designs ami must desirable pat tern manufactured and are admirably adapted to the Western Trade Annexed they enumerate a few of the dr.atments uliich will be found complete, aud com prisiug all the nov-H ties of the season : ' Cloths, Cassiineres, and Doe-Skins; Sntiuetts, Fancy Tweeds, and Jeltus; Stulis, Moriuosi and Dress Goods; Ciiighutu, Prints, and Scotch Plaids; Itihuotis, Hosiery, und Cloves; Blankets, Flannels, Linseys, aud Tickiiujs; . Sheet uigM, Sttirtings, and Mariners' S4.?-ipes: to-uuine Irish Lineus, "our own inipoit&tion;' Boots and Shoes; Ham aud fa.ts; Fancy Articles, Notions, Trimmings, Ac octl'.l VOKSEtt Jl.U.V AND FIRST 7sr. ji i. Tilths he's ii or khs. VfM. K I' KT at the W holesale and ft Ketail Confectionary on First street, two doors from the Post lli-e, has aeaiu been anoointed sole luicut lor Maltby's Baltimoro Oysters In the city of Kvansville, and he will receive dally, supplies by Express, directly from ihe Packer, in Baltimore. He U prepared to oiler the trad 3 such inducements for the entire sinisoo as have never been I offered i i this market heretofore. A constant daily f supply always on hand, so that dealer and lam i lie j can obtain at auy time during the season those j choice Oysters, In cans aud half cans, uud in the I ehell, warranted resh aud sweet, aud very superior t in flavor and quality. Terms cash. Aud none but f bankable monoy rtceivf d. A. hi Ul '., I nnSii-iim S.-d Agent for hvansville. cin f ii" ho WtTva i'Ivu.i7Jz. .M tinaind B ire. Pearl Bary. and other diet ' tor children and invalids, for salo at W. H. P. STODDARD'S J dec3 Drug Store, 17 Main street. M900TS if SHOES! JUST HK- JHeeived, 4 'cases men's kip hunter's brogan, for nale by K ICEN A PKKSTOeh ju 7 grTl7jll PJUS'&!A NEW LOT OF DAW CJT cn, Warren & Hyde' tip top Gold Pr., Just received and for al cheap by B1TTBPLFF BEOS. hot 22 48MainBtreL iild 'rsf- I on'l 4 f0 , 1 lir- t. i 1 1)0 1. -J io ti '