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EVANSVILLE, IND., MONK DAY MORNING, JANUARY -.23, 1860.
NUMBER 117.
?VBIISHI 1 3
JAMES H McNEELY Editor.
K. M. THAYER, tfoa'J BiuuweM Mana.rr.
JNO. II. McNEELY, isVp'l Mhaaicul' Ayarffitr.
rsDER rue riBN op thi:
EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COMPANY.
Journal Buildings, Locust St
AreM JrHrtt and Water.
TERMS OV SUBSCRIPTION.
Daily Paper So 00
" (Mailed) IS 00
By the week (payable to Carriers) If
rri-Weekly Paper .V - "
Weekly Paper .- 2 00
" " Clubs of 16 or more 1 00
e4The privilege of yearly advertisers is limited
to their own immediate business, in their own uuiue;
nd all advertisement fur the benrlit of other
rersons, as well as legal advertisements and adver
tisements of auction sales, ami advertisements with
the name of other persona, seut in by them, must
be paid for at the usual rates.
Tle.No report, resolutions or 'proceedings of any
corporation, society, association or public meeti og
ud no communication designed to call attention to
ny matter of limited of individual interest can be
ertvd, nulesss p.iid fr.r :m an advertisement.
Contracts for yearly advertising will not be
. d ti'tintied unless nil order to that eftect is left at
e office, and when discontinued in leas than a
year, the price of the "ido year will tie charged.
.Legal advxrtiseunfents hereafter, will be pub
lished at the expeuae of the attorneys ordering, and
not dclayable for legal proceedings, but collectable
st our uriual time.
MJur terms for Job Work and transient adver
tisements are CASH.
RATES OM-' AltVERTIStJTti.
o I 5r or I I
1 Da 4 1 60
75 1 15 1 If)'
1 90 1 2 25 2
3 Daw f 1 00 1 50 1 X 75 ; 25 :7a
3
4 Ihw. 1 25 1 90 I 2 50 , 3 15 I
75 1
5 Uaf. j 1 90 2 10 ( 2 6U I 3
4 20 I 4
1 Week. 1 5Q 2 25 3 00 3 75 ) 4 50 5
2 Wfk 2 50 3 75 5 00 6 25 ) 7 60
3 .-fa't3Tlrj 4 50 6 00 7 0 9 00 10
l Mo. 4 oo o oo 1 oo io 00JJ2 oojjw
a Me t. t 6 00 j 8 75 I 11 60 I 13 75 16 00
ii!
2t
3 jlfo . I 7 60 11 25 15 00 18 75 22 50
4 Mo t. 8 50 12 76 17 00 21 25 25 50
29
B Mo'$. 10 00 S 15 00 20 00 25 00 30 OQ 36
J 3o'i. 13 00 19 50 2B 00 32o0 39 00j45
12 JWo's 1 15 00 22 50 I 30 00 j 37 60 45 0 I 52
BUSINESS CARDS.
ira ' "x. j,mam Mi. axe, ha'Vijs'u
WW located on the Northeast corner of First
and Sycamore streets, for the purpose of repairing
Musical, Repeating, and other Watches, Jewelry,
Ac, liegs his friends and the public generally, to
call upon him, when satisfaction will be guaran
teed. jan22-lyd
4Ti il-l h m, i; s .ncJOHJyrsTOJV, wiiole-
J sal and Retail OROCER AND PROVISION
' J sale, a'ld Retail 0
MERCHA7 T, denier in Cordage, Nails, Gloss, Ce
ment, Pot iler. Plaster Paris, Ac, No. 128 Main
street, near the Canal, Evansville, lnd. feb28
hu, itjiLznT'i. co7, tkr
etrwt, Kvansville, Indiana, Wholesale Deivl
ers in Groceries and all kinds of Prodnce, Nails,
Glhss, White Lime, Ceiueut, Cottou Yarn, White
Lead, liiuseed Oil, Jtff titc. Also, constantly on
hand a lull stork of S.mh, Panel Doors, Ac, of all
siy-es. - "PL-
M- Q. WHEEI.EH ...ASA lOLr.HABT.
WHEELER & IGLEHART,
(3 7 TOK.Vti JT i.i M- UEJVKR-
mJL al Collection and Ileal F.tatn Agency. Office
on Third street, opposite the Court House.
Knqnirer copy.
, igl Ji; HH Jt&TMi, MCMil,l.'M jnvhfi
Jr Candy, Howe's Cough Candy, and a number
of other pleasant remedies for Coughs oftentimes
batter than the more expensive and nauseating
medicines, at 17 MAIS STREET.
"7jn MlRRVMjjssMifrsicijiJvs
JL AND DRUGGISTS.
We are regnlarly receiving additions to our stock
of Drugs. Medici nks. Chemicals, Paints, Oils,
Vakmshes, Perh'mfrv, and Fasct Articles,
which we are prepared to offer to the trade on as
good terms as can be pi .chased in Cincinnati, Lou
isville, or St. Louis.
We have.in store 15 tons of Extra Pfrk White
Lead, in fregs of 25 lbs, 60 lbs, and 100 lhs, which
we are selling to thetr;ide at manufacturers' prices.
KELLER & WHITE,
No. 32 Main street.
Theodore Mingst & Oo.,
Wholeoale and Retail Dealers in
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
KO. i FlU ST STREET,
Between Main and gycamore Streets,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
jan4-fpnid '
Mm. SALK DRY GOODS HOUSE. First street, Ev
ansviUe, lnd. Merchants will always find a ful'
stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, a'
this House. which wilLlie sold on fairterms. fsei21
ty SALE HARDWARE DEALER, First street,
opposite Maghee & Co.), Kvansville, lnd. Orders
or Hardware promptly filled at lowest Cincinnati
rices. ' 20
E. Q,. SMITH,
CHAIR MANUFAOTUUEn
I Mnrket street. Evansville. Ind
keep on hand and make to order every variety of
Caneaud Wood Seat CHAIRS. The Trade supplied
at lowest rates. Hotels, Steamboats and Hal Is fur
nished fromptly to order. All work warranted,
janl-ly
"-m-m ICH K U 1 BROTHERS, WHOLE-
V SALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
FAMILY GROCERIES,
CLASS, NAILS, FLOUR. -
orain. Seeds, Dacou, Lard, Tul. Bucket, Churns,
nrf Woodware generally, No. 82 Main street, Ev-
ansville, Ind. Goods delivered in any part of the
city free ofchorge. oct2l
JAA. W. TICRERT JOBS VICKERT .PAM'L VICLERT.
M AGAIN. ALLIS HOWES, Forwarding and
Commissioj Merchants, Rectifiers of the celebrated
ni.i-nnlia Whisky, Dealers in all kinds of Produce,
uDerior Old BourNn and Rye Whiskies, and For-
. . n T : . -,V..av .1..... .
.itrn and Domestic Lianors,
ond door above Vhie, Kvansville, Ind.
BEMRT D. ALLIS.
feb5-ly
LEWIS HOWES.
"V SjnMTH'8 SHIRT .n,1JVFJ c
mW TOBV, 35 MAIN STREET,
. Evansville, Indiana.
If yon wish to get the worth of your money in
Suirts,Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
FANCY SHIRTING PRINTS,
Please call at 35 Main Street.
All orders for Stitching Silk, Cotton and Linen
Goods, promptly attended to, and neatly executed.
Grateful for past patronage, I respectfully solicit
a continuance of the same.
Shirts made t order from measu--ement, ana
atisfaction warranted. sept-t-ly
JAMES M. SMANKL1N ORAM PEE W. HAROIN.
&HAN KLIN & HARDIN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
" EVANSVILLE, IND.
fWT'L RKJUj JJSTJITJB, JJMi
M Notarial busiuess entrusted to them will re
ceive prompt and careful attention. Esjiecial at
tention w ill be Riven to the Collection of Claims in
the following towns, viz." Evansville, Henderson,
Mt. Vernon, Boonvillo, Newbursxh, Rock-port, Can-
nelroBt Princeton, Vincennes, Washington, lover,
and Petersburgh, and iu the counties in which said
towns are located. ,. . . .,
OFFICE Third street. t.djoiuing the Court
House. septiO-lyd
WM. E. FRENCH & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BEADY-MADE
Clotlalias,
Y A NKEEN OT1 0XS,
So. a Ma" Street, Kvansville, Ind.
Agents for German Anchor Bolting Cloth.
7T, oiiBKKT WILLIAM R. BAKER.
V, ViLHKRT r t o., muvcMtm-
SKRS to Gilliert Bowie.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
isamore street, between Water and First, Evaus
- iTlle, Indiana. A full assort uk t of tirwri.. l
Ways on hand, and for sale at the lowest prices
Agents for " Cypress Mills," Ctton Yarns, 4c, at
Biapufacturer's prices. - ncvl
i UK A DIM MATTER ON EVERY
! PACK.
. MISCELLAN EOUSr " "
80ur telegraphic dispatches were
more meager than we expected on Saturifay
night, consequently our first page, this
morning, presents a slimmer appearance
than common. -
5gy Owing to a failure to secure the at
tendance of a quorum there was no meeting
! of the Council on Saturday night.
Jfcsjy Winchell was greeted with a large
crowd on Saturday night, and he sent them
awny with a new lease on life from the
hearty laughter they enjoyed, lie is one of
the best delineators of character we ever
saw perform. He makes use of but few
" clap trap " appurtenances to help carry out
the delusion. His face and whole person is
so completely under his control that he
stands before j-ou one moment, the old Irish
woman of New York, with a child in her
arms, begging from the passers by, and on
the next, the "Bowery boy,," " spilin' for a
muss." His ventriloquism is good and adds
greatly to his entertainments.
To-night Mn. Wikchkll .gives a benefit
for the Sons of Malta One-half of the pro
ceeds are to be placed in the, hands of that
charitable Institution, where it is well ap
plied. We trust;the Hall will be filled to
its utmost capacity.
, We arc glad to find that our friend Hughes
is doing a good business in the general dry
goods trade, persons dealing with him are
satisfied they get the full worth of their
nioncj'. His goods are all of the bpst qual
ity, his maxim is that good merchandize al
though it dont pay as well at first, yet in the
long run it secures a good run of customers,
which is the great secret of success. His
stock of shoes is of the best quality and gen
erally full and complete.
Diseases or animals Remedies, etc.
Mange. Wash the hog with warm water
and soap. Withhold every kind of heating
food. Give two ounces ct' Epsom salts in
warm bran mash. Give in every meal af
terward fer a few day3, a table-spoonful of
flower of sulphur anil as much nitre as will
cover a sixpence.
Cvlic. A dose of from one to eight
drachms of opium, and double that quantity
of spirit of nitrous ether, (according to the
size of animal,) in a few ounces of warm
water, is the best remedy for this disease.
Ip extreme cases blecdThg may be resort
ed to.
Measles. This will yield to cooling treat
ment such as nitre; with attention to feed
ing, giving warm drinks, with say thirty
grains ot sulphur and teu of nitre, three
times a day.
(Juincy. Prompt bleeding and purging
should be adopted, followed by cooling med
icines, and the swellings in the throat may
be punctured with advantage, and setons in
serted. Skin Diseases. A cooling lotion made of
four drachms marirtc of ammonia, One ounce
of acetic acid, and one pint of water, is an
excellent topical application.
Leprosy and Murrain. The lesi treat
ment is cleanliness, coolness, bleeding, purg
ing and limitation of food. A few cloves of
garlic may be given with good effect.
lethargy. Bleed from behind the ears,
and administer an emetic, and afterward
give a few doses if sulphnr and nitre.
VARIETIES.
Youxo Lady Fencers. Some of the more
spirited young ladies of Cambridge, Mass.,
are learning to fence. The Providence Jour
nal in allusion to this fact, asks, has not ma
ture already furnished woman with one all
sufficient weapon for self-defense ? In place
of Uaudle lectures it says we shall now have
challenges. Instead of suit3 for divorces
we shall read of duels al'outrance. A ra
pier and a pair ef pistals will form a part of
the bridal outfit.
Sherman for Breakfast. A Washing
ton correspondent of the Atlas says :
I was much amused with the story of one
of the Western members, who is, by the
way, one of the clearest headed and largest
hearted men here. Said he, " I declare to
you, I have got so used to shouting out
"John Sherman, " when I am spoken to,
that when tho waiter asked me this morn
ing at table what I would have for breakfast,
I told him " John Sherman ! "
Ths Wrong Esd. " Come here, you
young scamp, and get a sound spanking.
Scholar " You haint got no right to spank
trie, and the copy you just set sez so."
Teacher "I should like to hear yu read
that copy. " Scholar " You shall " (reads)
' Let all the ends thou aimest at be thy
country's, and so forth ; and when you ate
a spatikin' me, you aint aiming at no such
end."
Difference Between Shall and Will.
Paragraphists should remember that tl.e:e
is a difference between shall and will. For
example : A Frenchman tumbled overboard,
and sung out, " I will drown, and nobody
shall help me." The sailors told him,
" Drown and be d d. " Had he said,
"I shall drown, and nobody will help me, '
they would have saved him.
BSfThe Prairie Creek Postoffice, atMid-
dleton, Vigo county, was. broken into, on
Sunday nicrnt last, ana roboea or some
twenty-five dollars.
Receipts by Railroad.
January 21, 1860.
2 casks hardware, Samuel Orr; 3 boxes shoos, 2
boxes nid.e, P G O'Kiley 4 Co; I box shoes, H
Nelson; 14 rolls leather, A Reiss; 1 box glass. 1 box
L presses, John Healy; 14 bags potatoes, John F
Grill; 50 bbls WhLiky, 117 bbls flour, Isaac A Crane;
1 bbt sundries, loo bbls beef, 1 box mdze 3 bbls drd
apples, 4 acks rags. Brown 4 Aikmun; 210 bu corn,
Isaac A Crane; 1 sack feathers, 1 bbl dressed poul
try , 2 saks dried afples, Wheeler 4 ltiggs; 2 bar
rels, I ook Rice; 7 barrels, Wiugert 4 liice; 1 box
furs, 1 bdle do., A Lowenthal; 1 bbl eggs, t're.1.
Krun; 1 bbieifgs, JG Venucnian; Id sacks flour, 3
sacks hominy, Christ Thieman; 30 sacks flour, 3
sabks cornuieal, J P Ellicti; 28 bbls flour, J 8 Ja
quess 4 Co.; 2.VJ bn corn, J C Dusouchet; 221 bu
corn, Bemeut 4 Viele; ft bdles saddle trees, Topf &
Long; 1 lox chickens, Henry Winder;-155 bu bran,
J E Meni; 314 bn wheat, Ilehart Bros.; 2 car loads
staves, Oakley 4 Son; 1 car load wheat. Little 4
Ervin; 1 carload barrels. Wheeler 4 Kiggs; 10 cues
mdze, 2 b:iles, bbl, AnHpacher4 Plant; 2 boxes
tobacco, 2 cases nidse, Schroeder Kehr; 1 box G
frames, John Healy; 2 boxes types, John S Mitc'i
ell4C.; 2 Imxcs pipes; Kendrick Bros.; 40 bags
coffee, 2 boxes totmcco, lease Mdse, Betnent4 Viele;
1 cak glassware, 1 bbl do. W HP Stoddard.
A. E. SHBADER, Agt.
Evanescent Credit. A boy at a cross
inff having begged something of a gentle
man. the latter told him that he would ei
ve
him something as he came back. The boy
rr.lip,l : . " Your honor would be surprise
if you knew how much money I have lost
by giving credit that way.
DIED.
On the 21st of Jan. 18GU, Mrs. Ceobuiana Ken
dall, wife of Mr. George Kendall, aged 25 years.
The funeral will take, place to-day, Monday, from
the residence of her husband, on Sixth strcetj-be
tween Sycamore and Vine, at 10 o'clock. '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Louisville Tobacco Agency,
NO. 87 MAIN STREET,
(opposite the court hocse)
EVAN SVILLE, IND.
l ed an aireucy for the sale of all kinds of man
ufactured Tobitccoand Cigars, and will sell as cheap
as the niEAPKST.
I especially invite the patronage of the city trade
who will tind it to their interest to give me acau
At auv rate, call and examine mv stock.
I have also oened a complete retail stock of Can
dies, Nuts, Kaisins, Lemons, fc.
Also, a superior article of Gun Powder, Yoniie
Tlysou and Imperial Tens to retail at i cts per in
Give me a trial.
JAS. L. SPALDING.
jan22tf.
Statomont
Of THE CONDITION OT THE
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
MADE TO THE AUDITOR OF THE STATE OF
INDIANA, JANUARY 1, 18C0
1st. The name of this Company is the Hartford
f ire insurance Company, and is located at Hart
ford, Connecticut.
CAPITAL.
2d. The amount of Capita! Stock is S500,UOO 00
3d. The amount ot Capital Stock paid
lil 500,000 00
ASSETS.
4th.
Cah on hand and in B'k ...$38,338 11
Cabh in hands of Agents, or
in course of transmission 62,60S 80
Cahh loaned on call 30,000 I
Bills receivable, secured by personal
und collateral security, ..i 70,223 69
Real estate unencumbered, building and
lot 111 Pearl St., Hartford 15,000 00
STOCK AND BONDS AS FOLLOWS, VIZ ,
PAR VAL. M'-F-rfcL.
611 Shares Hartford B'k Stock... .551,100 ii$,9,S5
400 shares Phoenix b'k stock 40,000 ' 37.200
KMI shares Conn. Kiv.b'k'g Co stk. 5,000 6,500
iOO shares xchango bank stock... 10,000 10,000
150 shares Bask of Hartford Co.
b'k stock 7 500 7,350
200 shares Charter Ouk b'k stock. 20,000 20,800
220 shares Farmers fc Mechanics'
b'k stock 22,000 25,520
150 shares Mercantile b'k stock.... 15,000 . 15,000
132 shares Merchants and Mauu-
tac'rs bank stock 13,200 13,332
315 shares X.tnn b'k stock 31,500 34,020
184 shares City bank stock 18,500 21,045
200 shares American Exchange be
stock, N Y 20,000 20,000
200 shares Bank of Commerce b,k
stock, H I 20,000 19,800
300 shares Importers' 4 Traders
B'k sock, M i 30000 33,000
300 shares Bank of America bank
stock, N Y 30,000 33,450
200 shares Manhattan Co. b'k
stock... 10.000 14,050
200 shares Merchants B'k s'k, N Y, 15,000 15,825
200 shares Union B'k stock, N Y.. 10,000 10,000
200 shares Ocean B'k stock, N Y.. 10,000 U,200
100 chares Bank of N America Bk
stock, N Y 10,000 10,700
300 shares Metropolitan b'k stock,
I X 3O.00O 33,000
100 Shares lilackstone b'k stock,
Boston 10,000 10,550
1M) shares Bank of Commerce st'k,
Boston 10,000 10,000
100 shares Granite bk stock, Bos
ton 10,000 10,550
10 shares Suffolk B'k stock, Bos
ton 1,000 1,205
100 shares Hide aud Leather B'k,
Boston 10,000 10,550
100 shares Webster b k stock,
Boston 10,000 10,7o0
100 shares National B'k stock, Bos
ton 10,000 10,400
100 shares Atlantic B'k stock, Bos
ton 10,000 10,000
100 shares Safety Fund B'k stock
Boston 10,000 10,300
100 shares Boylston Bank stock
Boston 10,000 ii.aou
100 shares Kevera Bank stock Bos
ton 10,000 10,100
200 shares B'k of the State of Mis
souri stock 20,000 20,200
200 shares Merchants' B'k stock
St. Louis 20,000 20 100
120 shares Conuecticut Kiver Com
pany stock 1,000 3,000
20sharesConnecticutKiverR.lt.
Company 2,000 1,300
100 shares Hartford 4 N Haven At
K Co stook 10,000 12,450
20 Tennvssee State Bonds, 6 per
cents, payable 1802 20,000 18,100
2 Ohio State Bonds, 6 per cents.
pavable 1810 lo.utiu 10,12j
20 Michigan State Bds, 0 ) cents,
payable 1803 JJO.OOO 20,000
10 Missouri fctate Stock, 6 per
cent, payable i 10,000 8,400
25 Hartford Gity Bds, tt per cents,
payable 1870 33,000 36.GO0
20 shares State Bank Wisconsin
stock, Milwankie 2,000 2,140
8080,800 5720,457
$720,457
Total Assets 93G,70tf 59
LIABILITIES.
5tb. No liabilities to Banks, or others, due or not
due.
6th. No losses adjuStad and due.
7th. Losses either unadjusted - n1f(R
8th. or adjusted and not due, J00'"1"0''
Utb. Losses in suxpense,waiting
further proof, included iu
last answer above,
10th. AH other claims against
the Company (dividends
unpaid) v 1.&20
Total amount of liabilities 806,930 85
11th. The releof the Company is not to exceed $10,
000 in any one risk, subject to loss by a single
fire.
12th. The amount insured in a city or village, de
pends upon its size generally all the desirable
riks te be had ; subject to tne rule last above
named.
13th. The amount insured in any one block of
buildings, depends upon its siscj and construc
tion, subject to the ri le ateve referred to.
14th. A certified copy of the act of Incorporation
accompanies this Statement.
TIMOTHY C. ALLYN, Sec'y.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT,
Haktfoiid Coukty, f
Jan c art fiTB, 1800.
Personally appeared T. C, Allvs, Secretary of
the Hartford Fire Insurance Company, and made
oath that tbeforegoiug statement.by him subscrib
ed, is a true, full, and correct statement of the af
fairs of said Company, and exhibits, so far as can
be ascertained at this date, its actual conditieu on
the 1st day ot January, 1S0O Before me,
GEO. S. GILMAN,
Justice of the Peace.
Allex C. Hallock is the duly authorised agent
for this city, by certificate of authority from the
Auditor of State, tiled in the County Clerk 'sofnee.
Applications for Insurance on merchandize, store
houses, dwellings, and contents, will be attended to
and policies issued at reasonable rates.
ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Agent,
Marble Hall building, No. 9 Main street, Evans
ville. Ind . . jan23-lm
Jl Second street, just beyond the city line. The
lot is triangular in shape, with sufficient depth for
two or more dwellings.
One hundred and tifty feet on Fourth street, near
the City School ; will be sold in lots to suit.
Two Ii u ud red feet front on Centre street, between
Coediell Hnd Leet streets, Fourth Enlargement.
Sixty-five lots in the Eastern Enlargement.
Two lots at corner of Eighth and Chestnut
streets.
Also, lot ill, old plat, on Second street, near
Hinrich's grocery. This lot is 75 feet front, and
will be divided to suit purchasers.
Terms, one-half cash, and balance in one and two
years, with interest.
Apply to TH0S. E-GABVIN,
jau2-Jdlaw3w Beal Estate Agent, Third at.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
BY TIIK R.
EXCLUSIVELY FOR
LIN'S.
THE JOURNAL
" Washington, Jan", 21,' m. Richard Realf
who reached Washicgton on Thursday night
was this morning ejf amined by the Harper's
Ferry special Committee. He is reported as
highly educated.
Arrangements have been made for execu
ting the Senate and Executive printing at
Rive s Globe office.
New Yorlc Market.
New York, 21 p. m.
Flour dull, heavy and shade lower. The
demand is better for export and home trade;
safes at 5 10,a 20 for superfine state; 5 25
5 35 extra ditto: 5 10 to 5 20 tor super
fine western; 5 35,5 40 for common to
good; extra ditto 5 705 75 for shipping
brans extra round hoop Ohio; closing heavy.
Rye flour in good demand; 3 J54V 4
1 common" to superhne. Uorn meal auii;
Jersey 3 80. Wheat- very quiet; shippers
and millers are holding off for a material
decline, while holders refuse to submit to
any material concession in order to realize;
no sales of importance reported. Rye mod
erately active at 91(f,92. Barley unchanged;
sales 1000 bushels state at 80 cts. Corn
in fair supply and heavy and lower ; sales
19,000 bushels at 80 cents. Oats quiet at
454G. Whisky in favor of buyers; sales
900 bbls at 25. Iron market quiet and nn
changed; scotch pig $25 per . ton. Fish
quiet and without material change. Oils
quiet at 50(a?58 for linseed. 90(?o95 for
lard oil. Tallow steady at 10. Pork
less active ; but prices are without ma
terial change ; sales 620 bbls at IS 5016
56 for old mess; 17 25 for new do; H 62
for old prime. Beef without change ; sales
at 4 004 95 for prime ; 5 255 50 for
mess; 9 00f39 75 for repacked in ess t beef
hams in moderate request; sales 300 bbls
at 1415 for western. Dressed hogs firm
at lie. (Jut meats in moderate request
at 5 J for shoulders ; 99 for hams ; sale3
lZo packages; and 100,000 lbs dry salted
shoulders to arrive at 6i. Lard 10l(tllOJ.
Butter limited business doing at llfaUtiu
for Ohio; 1525 for State. Cheese steady
at9,ll. Coffee quiet but firm, with sales
500 mats Java e.t 15, cash. Hemp quiet.
Molasses steady ; Muscovado 30 ; New Or
leans 5051. Rice firm with fair demand
at 3J4 ; mostly at 44-. Sugar steady
but not much doing; sales to-day only 200
hhds Cuba at 7J7 .
Cincinnati Market.
Cincinnati, Jan. 21, p. m. Monet-
Market is quieter. Exchange unaltered.
Provisions without change ; a firmer feeling is
displayed by holders of barrel and bulk
pork ; mess is held firmly at 17 00 and up
wards for good brands; the only sale was
260 bbls at 17 00; 17 00 was offered and
refused for a first class brand ; bulk pork
could have been sold to a considerable ex
tent at 61 for shoulders; and tic for sides on
the spot, but is generally held at 6J,
8 ; though for February it is offered
at these rales- Lard, isv unchanged with
moderate demand ; buyers are not willing
to pay over 9; there is a little more doing
in bacon; about 700 hhds sold at 71(91;
delivered the last half of February. Flour
unchanged; demand is quite limited; sales
600 bbls at 5 305 40 for super. . Whisky
in good demand at full prices; sales 1000
bbls at2121J. Groceries steady; demand
moderate. Sugar8J9. Molasses 464 7.
Coffee 12,13. Wheat continues firm and
in good demand at 1 281 30 for prime
white; 1 231 25 for prime red ; sales 320
bush, prime white at 129. Corn in fair
demand at 5354. Oats in good demand,
and prices are tending upward, but not quo
tably higher. Rye dull and unchanged;
Barley in fair demand at 70(2)73 for prime
fall ; 60(3,65 for fair to good.
Boston, 21 p. m. In the Superior Court
this morning, Charles H. Goodhue for man
slaughter in killing Harriet Freeborn, was
sentenced to 15 months' imprisonment.
St. Louis, 21 p. m. Joseph Ilyman, of
the firm of Hyman & Gunn, Commission
merchants of this city, was arrested yester
day on a charge of obtaining, under false
pretenses, money and goods to the extent of
10,000. .
Cisciskati, 21 p. h. Weather clear,
iild and pleasant. River falling rapidly
feet 5 inches in last 24 hours.
Lockport, N. Y Jan. 21, m. The Hon.
Sarnual B. Ruggles has been and still con
tinues seriously ill with an attack on the
lungs at the residence of Governor Hunt.
Pittsburgh, Jan. 21, jc River 6 feet 10
inches by the pier mark. Weather clear and
pleasant.
iLy bales No. 1 batting, just received bv
decl3 WHEELEIt & BIGGS.
St. Charles Saloon.
NEW PROPRIETORSHIP AN ENTIRE
RE-ORGANIZATION.
VwjL from New Orleane, have purchased the ST.
CHARLES SALOON, on First street, nearly oppo
site the Post Office, and have refitted it in an ele
gant and attractive style.
The new proprietors have had long experience as
keepers of fashionable and popnlar ltestaurants in
New Orleans, and they will endeavor, In their new
house, to combine all the elegancies and luxuries
of Northern and Southern Bestaurats in the ST.
CHAKLE9.
They have brought a large and complete stock
ef choice Liquors from New Orleans, which they
collected with care during their business in that
city. Their connections and acquaintance in that
city will enable them to obtain the choicest sup
plies of Liquors, Fruits, and luxuries from that
market in future, and they wilt spare no expense
nor pains to make the ST. CHARLES surpass,
hereafter, its former representation, as a pleasant
Saloon, a place of good living, and elegant, refined
and luxurious resort.
BtS" Billiard players will find at this Saloon a set
of the finest marble top Billiard Tables, from the
well known and celebrated factory of J. M. Bruns
wick t Co.
The undersigned flatter themselves that long ex
perience and careful attention will enable them to
merit a reputation equal to any Saloon in the west
ern country.
tkf A splendid Lunch will be served np in the
most approved style, evtry rooming at 10 o'clock.
HAMMER DREIFUSS,
aug4 Late of New Orleans.
ECONOMY IS WEALTH ! !
W9 K CHI JJVO f'OR
JLm low for cash at No. 8 Second street, a large
and superior lot of winter BOOTS AND SHOES
Boys' and Youth's Kip and Calf, a prime article.
A nice assortment of Ladies' Rubber Overshoes,
SundalB, Buffalo, Gossimere, Ac.
Also a variety of Children's and Misses' Shoes
copper tips and other styles too nnmerous to meu
tiuu. Give No. 8 a call, if you wish to buy cheap.
Yours on friendly terms,
Dov26 JOHN BASCH.
73 STRKBT LOT JOR 8AJ,Ji.
V fJL I will sell at private sale 18xl44 feet op
posite the Court-house, on vory resonahle terms.
Apply to THOS. K. GARVIN,
jun20dlaw3t Beal Estate Agent, Third st.
oi. i. Hero W a s.t in . rmsaj
Q-y ei
of side walk improvements.
Notice is lieivbv tiven. that by virtue ef twe
precepts, issued out of the Clerk's office of the City
ot Kvansville. and to me directed, I will sen- at
vublic outcrv. at thn door nt the Court House, in
tho City ef Evnusviile, ou Monday, the 6th day of
February, 1800, the following lot and parcels of
real estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary
to pay the amounts assessed and charged against
said lots respectively, or tho costs and txpenses of
making side walk improvements in front ot said
lots, together with the costs of sale :
Lot No. 1!, bl'k No. 49, Eastern Enl'mt, $3,55
" 0, " 20, " " 2,92
Evan s Homestead, ou Sixth street, from
the corner of Locust street to the alley, 14,00
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., on said
day. P. SCHMUCK,
Jan. 16,1800.3wd City Collector.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB ALL THE PVKPORF.S or A FAMILY PHYSIC,
are so composed that disease withiu the range of
their action can rarely withstand or evade theni.
lneir penetrating properties search, cleanse and
invigorate every portion of the human organism,
correcting its diseased action, and restoring its
healthy vitalities. As a consequence of these prt 'f
erties, the invalid who is bowed i.own with pain or
physical debility is astonished to find his health or
energy restored by a remedy at once so simple and
lnviiing. .
Not only do they cure tho every-day complaints
ot every body, but also many formidable and dan
gerons diseases. The agent below named is pleased
to furnish gratis my American Almanac, contain
ing certificates ot their cures and directions for
their use in the following complaints : CWireness,
Heartburn, Headache arutua from unordered Stomach
A'utiseti, Indigestion, Fain in and Morbid Inaction of
the otcel8, Catviency, Loss of Appetite, Jaundice,
and other kindred complaints, arising from a low
state of the body or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be pnt off by unprincipled Detders with
some other pill they make more profit on. Ask for
Area's Pills, and take nothingelse.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
fob the iiapiu cube of
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Crocp,
Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, and fob
the ef.u-ef of consumptive patients in ad
vanced stages of tub uisease.
So wido is the field of its usefulness and so nn
merous are the cases of its cures, that almost every
section ot the country abounds in persous publicly
known, who have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs by its use.
When once tried, its superiority over every other
medicine of its kind, is too apparent to escape ob
servation, and where its virtues are known, the
pablic no longer hesitate what antidote to employ
for the distressing and dangerous affections of the
pulmonary organs that are incident to our climate.
While mauy inferior remedies thrust upon the com
munity have failed and been discarded, this has
gained friends by every trial, conferred beueiits on
the atHicted they can never forget, and produced
cures too numerous and too remarkable to be for
gotten.
fi- Prepared by DR. J. C. AYEE if CO., Lowell,
Massachusetts.
Sold by KELLER k WHITE, Evansville, and by
all Druggists and Merchants throughout the coun
rty. octl0-5nid&weow
JOHN IVINSON,
MANUb'At'TCKKK Or
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
STEAM ENGINES
2E3 Z X XLi JES
Corner Leet and Water Streets,
Jivtinttille
Mndlmmm,
rWJtJYTB C U R R
good, at 10 cents per lb;
'Prunes, a choice article, at 9 lbs. for $1 at
jantt COOK & LANGLEY'S.
E
Gtf AJVJt BVTTMiR.
200 dez fresh Eggs;
6o0 lbs choice Roll butter. . ;
Just received and for sale by
CHAS. McJOnNSTON,
dec20 Posey's Block, Main St.
jfyMMMJBR ! VlIWRi t?MIHR ! 2 BBLS
extra fine at T. REDMOND'S,
dec'23 ' Posey's Block, Main street.
WtisT u n vn i vm-:m 1,570 mmmi h-
ages of China, Glass, Queensware, and Looking-
Glasses; 100 groBS Table Cutlery.
'l'.3
R8.
7
MEENS WAy
J. W. HUGHES,
18 Main street, Evansville.
OtfO. 3o crates assorted ior mo vouniry i raue ou
hand.
octG
Lots for Sale !
OJV MOST JZJSi TH RMS S THE
most favorable opportunity ever offered to
the public. 20 lots of 5 acres each, on the New.
kurg road, 1 miles from the Court House, And 8
lots of 6 acres each, on Wrashiugton avenue, one
mile from the city. As small a quantity as oue
iourth of an aero will be sold, if desired.
Apply to WM.EIEKBOWEB.
nov22diy
jriOHN SHELLEKS ASl GHIXVEliS I
would call the attention of farmers and deal
ers to this Sheller aud Grinder ; it is compact and
portable, combining both durability and cheap
ness. They must necessarily become an appendage
to every farmer's barn.
Sh.llers -. $4 505 50
Grinders 3 00
For sale at No. 10 Main street.
decli GEO. S. SONNTAG.
A RARE CHANCE TO
ZrVTzlsLo Money!
I'LAXK ttOAD MILLS I'Olt HALE!
I offer for sale my Flouring and Grist Mills, sit
uated on the Plank Road, in the cit? of Hender
son, Kentucky, on such ternn as will induce any
one with a small capital to make a small fortune
in the investment. The machinery, consisting of
two engines with eight inch cylinders ; the boiler
is 42 inclesby 22 feet long, double Hewed with two
pair French burrs, (Hull's French Senate Mills,)
for wheat and corn : good bolting apparatus. All
the machinery in good repair and working order,
and in fact everything complete to go to bi iness v
with a sufficient amount of custom work to keep
the mill running night aud day ; but with a Sew
hundred dollars capital, a person can make it mow
profitable to purchase grain and grind it on. their
own account, as all the flour, meal, and offal can be
sold at the very highest prices nt home that tne
mill can grind. And in a word, if the mill is well
managed, it will make from $20 to $jo per dav, ata
very small expense to run it. The mill is well sit
uated ou a beautiful half acre lot, worth from SOOO
to $800, and is daily increasing in value. I will sell
a bargain in the above property on favorable terms.
By making ne payment, the mill can make the re
feneil payments. For further information on the
subject, apply to W. N. THOMPSON.
H'iiiiti U4.il, Ky. Janll-6w
of
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MISCELLANEOUS
CRESCENT CITY GALIERY
Ji ALL lollow interest in spite of vain ulk
And to these, who deal fairly, to them should
walk,
Now, you who want Pictures, Loth choanal first
rate. Bring you.- limes to SMITH'S Gallery, (yon 00nt
have to wait).
He fears no competition from one or the ofher.
But looks upon each as a friend and a brother;
He cares not for show, nor puffing, nor blowing,
Mock soirees, or gammon, assuredly knowing
That he makes the trade, who gives moat tor the
cash ;
The people care nothing about any grand splash
Now, all who want Pictures, large ouesju- small,
Should, without more delay, on Mr. Smith call :
The Court House, you know, just overtho way,
Examine his Pictures we know what you'll say
Tho best in the city, and cannot be beat
In finish or price and by way of a treat,
To Ladies tiu-i Families he lessens his pnv
Come along, friends, don't neulect it a -dav
seplO-Om
FZft HALES.VO. 1 .Jirf7.n RECEIVED
per steamer Lehigh, by
declO
fcOBENSON CO.
.IU l-IC I'.V COAL, orr. tit-jna w
superior to anything in
gies, omnibuses, trucks, or carte. It combines
with the greasy nature of tallow all hs blaurtness
ot oil, and keeps the axlet cool an clean For
cheapness it is unsurpassed.- For tale by '
no2 E. 8. BABC0CK,
Homo Insurance CompV,
OF NEW YORK.
Omee JS"o. 113 tt 11, JlroaAwau
iul2Ah BTOCK (AH Pid in) - - l,iK'noa
bl HFLl S - - - - - - - ... 61 Kl (m)
The HOME INSURANCE CGMPANY continues
to insuro against loss or damage by FIRE, and the
damages of INLAND NAVIGATION AND
TKANSPOltTATION, on terms as favorable as the
nature of tho risks and the real security of the in
sured, and of the Company will warrant
LOSSKS EQUITABLY ADJUSTED ASI PHOM1TLT PAID
Abstract of tho twelfth semi-annual statement of
the condition of the Home Insurance Cohfakv.
?ir Clty uC New YorK' on 1Ue 30th day of June,
1659. '
ASSR-ril- ''
Cash, balance in Bank .'... g
Bonds and Mortgages fbeinir"ti"rt'i'i.Mi
9. 82,902 30
on Heal Estate, worth at least $1,
Loans ou Stocks, payable on demand,
(market value of securities, $301,.
SB-, 2;,0 47il 00
Bank Stock, (market value,) iiiM w
United States Treasury Notes (market
North Carolina State Bonds "(market
valne,) ..
Missouri State Bonds, (market'vaiuej
Tennessee State Bonds, (market value)
Ileal Estate, No. 4 Wall street
Interest duo on 1st July, 1S59, (of which
Sil,lS2 62 has since been received)
Balance in hands of Agents and in
v courseof transmission from Agents
on 30th June, (of which, S8,71U SI
has sir.ee been received).......,.......
Bills Keccivable, (for premiums on" in
land risks)
75,319 31
' 0,925 00
17,300 00
9,202 fiO
67,412 73
23,792 65
19,211 42
. " 13,497 OS
l.liT.l 73
.1,4.17,823 71
Premiums due and uncollected on pol-
1 ' . wmu;. ......
Total ."
Claims for losses outstandine
!. 'li.l. i ......
timated at t m n,.
Due Stockholders on account '
oi 'lentil divided 440 00
J20,iJ70 20
New York, 19th July, 1ST9.
CHAS. J. MARTIN, Tres't, '
A. F. WTi.T.M A ptii v;.7 !..,!.
J. Mri.TOK SsriTn, Soeret.iry,
Johh MctiiiKE, Asst. Secretary.
TfrVATJJlkD TO WITH IES-
1 ju n j i u r Aij 1. 1. 1 1 1 . a il
., rctaa ACJIALLOCK, Agent.
flOOM-Jilt 8 TOOLS 60 settTtrLpT
w25 dozen drawing knives.
0 do adzes and axes. Also braces, butts, and wood
tools. We have a large stock of these tools, and
Coopors would do well to examine them before pur-
MU. O. tKJSiSi A.ii & CO.
janl2
COryjtJEE .'as HA OS
W-y prime Bio.
. 15 bags Laguyra do, just received, and for
s,e y - CHAS. McJOIf NSTON,
janl8 Posey's Block, Main street.
Aorjrrsjr-Hoo jlus. just rmT.
ceived and for sale at No. 22 Main st. jan 20.
rwnb M'ork m-.i chkh c o o sacks
M. Alum Salt. Also Lard screws and pork cleav
ers in store and for sale by
dec9 SAMUEL OEB.'..
gStATEJVT .n 1: tm I.VMi s-
JL The following are a part of the Patent Med
icines, c, for salo at the Family Medicine Store,
17 Main street:
. ,. Hembolt's Extract Buchn ; ' :'4
Trask's Magnetic Ointment ;
Bodgers' Syrnp Liverwort and Tar
Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorative;
I'r. Baker's Pain Panacea ;
Houghton Pepsin; 1 '
Osgood's Cholagogue;
Kennedy Discovery ;
Brandt's Purifying Extract
Sanford'i Inrigoratorl -
Phillips' Cough Syrup ;
Bull's Worm Destroyer ;
Hays Pile Liniment ; ' '' .
Terraut's Selteer Aperient ;
Sir James Clark's Female Pills ;
Holloway's Ointment and Pills; . '.
Old London Dock Gin ;
and one hundred and ninety other kinds of Pills,
Syrups, Ointments, Hairdyes, Vermifuges, Plan
ters, Bitters, Liniments, Tonics, 4c, wholesale
and retail . . no17, W. H. P. STODDARD.
Ayer's Ague Curi
Fob the si-Edy Cm of Iktermittest FEras?
or Fever and Ague, Kemmittent Fever, -.kb
Fever, Dtjjib Ague, Periodical HeadaC
OR BlLMOCS UEADACIIE, AKD BlLLIOCS F:Vf
INDEED FOR TUB WHOE CI.AFS OP DISEAl
OKM.NillSG IS BILMARY DEKANUKME.VT, CAUSk.
BY THE MALARIA OF MIASMATIC COUNTRIES.
No one remedy is louder called for by the neces
sties of the American people than a'Bure and eafo
cure for Fever and Ague. Such a remedy we are
now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that
it will eradicate the disease, and wit'j 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.
This " 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 ig not
only the best remedy ever yet discovered for this
class of complaints, but also the cheapest. The
large quantity we supply fora dollar brings it with
in the reach of everybody ; aud in biilioua districts
where Fever and Ague prevails, everv bodv should
have it and use it froely both for enre and protec-
f i , 1 . . T, i -' V. ... ...1 .u... . 1. : . .. : : 1 1 ... .
d xitjii but,, bins ueico win oiace 11 wfi 11
in the reach ot all the poor as well as the rich. A
great superiority ot this remedy over any other
discovered for the speedy and certain cure of Inter
mittents is, that it contains no Quinine or miner
al, consequently it produces no quinism or other
injurious effects whatever npon the constitution.
Those cured by it are loft as healthy as if they ha
never had the disease.
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of diient
ders arise from its irritation, among which
Neuralgia, KheumatUm, Gout, Headache, B
tes, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, PJtc,
tation Painful Affection of the Spleen, Hystemcb
Pain iu the Bowels, Colic, Paralysis, and Dera
meat of the Stomach, all of w hich, when origit we
ing in this cause, put on the Intermittent typo tt
become periodical. Tho "Cure " expels the poi.20
from the blood, and consequently cures them
alike. It is an invaluable protection to inline
grants and persons traveling or temporarily resid-"
ing in the malarions districts. It taken occasion
ally or daily while exposed to theinlecton, that will
be excreted from the system, and cannot accumu
late in sufficient quantity to ripen into diseasu.
Hence it is even more valuable for protection than
cure, and few will ever sutler from Intermittent,
if they avail themselves of the protection this rem
edy affords.
Prepared by DR. J. C. A YER Jk CO., Lowel I,
Mass. Price One Dollar per Bottle.
Sold by KELLER 4 WHITE, Evansville,
and by nil Druggists aud Merchants throughout
this country. oct2G-5mdAweow
no
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Potatoes for Hale at 75 cents jer 1iikIii-1 at
COOK A LAKULKY'f.
lui!jrSHEisJBES H ' c O R V
aieal at Go cents per bushel at
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