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t. ' "K, a.'w mm -Iff, , '! V t v It ft i I 5 . V EVANSVILLE, IND. ! TCKSDAY MORNING.. ...JANUARY 31 f LARGEST CITY CIRCU IATIO N. if , Popular Sovereignty. It This doctrine, Tightly understood, we be lieve to be a wholesome and sound one. 1 1 has been professed, but not carried out, by , ' A the Democratic party, as embodied in the M present Administration. By its aid Presi- i M dent Buchanan was elected, but when safe in 8 office, he turned traitor to those who elected i him, and relapsed into his old-time and J odious Federalism. r ; J We have noticed, for several years, a I i a gradual but sure changing of places between e. the Democratic and Opposition parties, as regards this question. The Domocracy have n been wearing it as a temporary robe with a which to gain applause and power, hut I. have now thrown it off; and the cloven a foot, which it hid, stands revealed to man : kind. , r The Opposition adopted this castaway K j principle when they voted for the Crittenden y1 Amendment, and, now, a large majority are ia favor of its operation. The assertion ', , that the institutions of a Territory shall be i l.in ,3 i.t V, it a fnTi. vito tf a tvi a 5 nri f V rf ifa UVVIUU J V UJ.jWiJ V. citizens when they come to form a Territo rial government, and that when it applies for admission as a State it shall be admitted I with or without slavery, as its people may choose is a cardinal principle of the Oppo sition party. The Democratic party of the i North profess the same belief, but their a Charleston Convention will be controlled by the ultraists of the South, and a platform will be adopted there, declaring, with Mr. Buchanan, that slavery goes into the Terri es tories by virtue of the Constitution, in spite ; of the people most interested, or any other . -i human power. Thus will the Democratic S o party formally renounce and spit upon this .y. o principle, by tteaid of which they gained s a renewal of power in 1856. ' . 11 We notice with pleasure that the Dear- S a 1 i,born County Republican Convention has " ' a endorsed this principle.. Here is the reso f! slution by which this is done. i c " Resolved, That we recognize the doc- i i trine of " Popular Sovereignty," and here ' :i deny that Si A. Douglas ha3 any patent for ? ; it3 discovery ; but that the principle is R3 Ji t old as our government, and that the Repub- S h lican party now, as ever, is ready to stand J I by it." ? Let the Opposition (Republicans included) i continue in the conservative way inaugura ted in the Crittenden Amendment, and here distinctly reiterated, and victory in 1860 is sure.'V i What it Means. The Evansville Jour--'. i nal makes the following inquiry : ';, " Wimt does the Sentinel mean by recogni , .zing the decisions of the Supreme Court? " j;' We mean that the decisions of the Su- ' , preine Court are of binding force upon every j citizen. . without regard to his individual V-- Opinions or interests. We recognize the i decisions of the United States Supreme J Court as the final interpretation of the Con stitution, as we do the decisions of the Su- ' preme uouri oi inuiaaa as me unai imer- pretation of the Constitution of this State. . i jA few yearsago the Legislature of our State '', j passed a prohibitory law. The Supreme i.l jCourt pronounced it unconstitutional. That f ' jdecision was recognized by all as the law of , 5 .the State, whatever individual opinions may . i ,have been entertained, at the time, as to its .correctness, and a very large number of Re .publicans differed in opinion with the Court ' -then, although a prominent member of that ! . j party informed U3 a short time ago, that it j jwould be difficult with a search-warrant, j even, to find a Republican who was ever in r j favor of such a law. The last Legislature, 'I including Republicans and Democrats, re , ; I cognized this decision of our Supreme i j Court as the higher law in repealing the i 1 nrohibitorv statute. We trust our Evans- ' ville neighbor will see no ambiguity in this , i, explanation. Even a Republican should ; f have sense enough to understand it. State i 1 Sentinel. We are to understand, then, that the State Sentinel and the democratic party of Indiana consider the Supreme Courts immaculate , that they can do no wrong that it is impos sible for them to make unrighteous decisions ; that their interpretations of the constitution have to be swallowed, though they may physic the patient to death. Where did jrtrtS"idca of the infallibility of the Courts get possession ot the democratic party l Jefferson, the reputed father of that organi zation, scouted at the doctrine that the Su preme Court was not liable to err. We re member that the Supreme Court decided that the National Bank was constitutional. Why is that bank not in existence now ? We re member that the same Court decided, une quivocally, that Congress had exclusive pow er over the territories legislative as well as in every other particular. If a " decision ; of the United States Supreme Court is the ' final interpretation of the Constitution, " i whence originated the popular sovereignty ! V ! doctrine, which is half-way endorsed by the 1 Democracy of Indiana? These are perti nent inquiries which we should be pleased , ;- 1 to have the Sentinel answer. The democrat ic party of the present day may be right, ;but it-so, Jefferson and Jackson, it3 founders must have been wrong, for they preached 'different doctrines from those called dern- 1 'ocratsatthe preseut day. ' ! Col. Forney says the surest passport to j i Mr. Buchanan's favor is the fact of having 4 been his bitter opponent in other years; while to insure his hostility, it i3 only necessary that you have heretofore been his er;rA So with the Democratic party. The i surest test of Democracy now, is a bitter ,v opposition to the principles laid down by ' Jefferson and Jackson. No better recom ' mendation to its favor can be offered than the fact that you have, in years past, been l,y''itn most bitter opponent. As an evidence , of this fact, it is but necessary to glance at I its leaders Huntington, Hammond, Uing jrnan, Toombs, and others who now occupy f chief seats in the iniquitous synagogue. fi- Another steam sloop-of- war, the Richmond, hasjust been launched at Brooklyn. Sharp Sayings from Prentice. We can't nnderstand why the Harper's Ferry Raid Committee, at Washington, have summoned old Mr. Giddings to testify before them, for we don't suppose they will believe a word he says. The Locofoco of the N. H. Times inti mates a wish to get married. We suppose he wants to exchange the condition of the low menial for the hy-menial. The Democratic organs are fighting among themselves. Tbey are all organs of com bativeness. A good many of the Locofoco papers are really in an ofl'al condition. "Occasional,'' tce Washington corre spondent of Forney's Press, thinks that even Southern Americans will oppose the admission of Kansas into the Union. We guess that this is one of the occasions upon which " Occasional " is mistaken. We saw in a newspaper yesterday a brief article under the head of " A sensible man in South Carolina." We couldn't stop to read anything headed so absurdly. Some of the Southern papers are advocat ing the establishment of a large -Southern manufactory of arms and an armory. Let it be done by all means. And especially let the South make her own gun-flints. If she rely upon the North in this matter, the North may, in anticipation of a collision, supply her with horn flints. There has been a stampede of the South ern girls from the Bethlehem Female Insti tute, Allentown, Pa. We guess they have gone off after the Southern medical students that ran away from Philadelphia. " What's the matter with you ? Have yon got arysipelas ? " " No, narysipelas." fits? Charles O'Connor, Esq., of New York, the man who defends slavery as right in itself, under the present state of society, is recommended by the Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist as a suitable candi date for the Presidency. VARIETIES. Game. The following is the amount of game bought by W. II. Watson & Co., from November 1st, 1859, to January 1, 1860: Quails, 340G ; Rabbits, 2098 ; Squirrels, 290; Whole Deer, 63; Turkeys, 310; Chickens, 221 ; Venison Saddles, 25; Geese, 34. Vin. Gaz, Jan. 28. John N. Genin. the New York hatter, who first rendered himself famous by paying an almost fabulous sum for a ticket to Jenny Lind's concert, has suspended with, it is said, large liabilities. The misfortune is at tributed to bad debts and endorsing for other people. An unpublished and unacted play, written by Leigh Hunt, 1ms been discovered, and will, most likely, soon find its way on to the boards. Cornelius Conway Felton, the learned Greek professDr, has been- elected by an unanimous vote President of Harvard Col lege, in place of lie v. James Walker, re signed. Ice Boats on tub Bat. The wind was very favorable yesterday for the ice boats, and a number of that species of craft were out on the Bay, going at a swift rate. The senstion of being " afloat " on ice with a spanking breeze is described as being very novel aad exciting. Sandusky Register. Stock Security Bask Notes. The Chi cago Times says that Mr. Dubois, the Audi tor of that State, has given notice that he is now prepared to give to the holders of notes issued by the Stock Security Bank, at Dan ville, 111., a dividend of 88 per cent. This dividend can be obtained on application to the Auditor at any time before the first of August, 1860. In the city of St. PauT they rent stores and dwellings at auction, either by the month or year. A recent number of the Times advertises four stores and five dwell ings to be rented in this way to the highest bidder at a given time. Of all the sweet uses of Prosperity, the sweetest is knowing how to use it. The population of the provinces (Canada East and West) is now estimated to be ex actly 3,000, 000. The Herald of Freedom of Lawrence, Kan sas, has expired. It was established as a free state paper and once had a large circu lation at the East, but its influence was sold to the national administration, and it lost its list of subscribers, and as the administra tion had no more use for it, it has come to an untimely end. The only paper now pub lished at Lawrence is the Republican, a staunch and able advocate of free state prin ciples, which has every appearance of being well sustained. According to recent estimates there are in the United State3 3,177,140 Catholic souls to be saved. The editor of the Metro politan Almanac believes that this estimate falls short of the real number, but at any rate there are over three millions of Catho lics in the Republic. Each one of these has a mind to be instructed, passions to be sub dued, thoughts to be regulated, besides the other and grosser needs of humanity. Among these there are forty-nine Bishops, or a Bish op for every 64,000, round numbers ; 2,235 Priests, or a priest for every 1,400. These three millions are made up of almost countless nationalities, and lie loose about over a vast half hemisphere. Catholic Tele graph. A Suggestion. A correspondent of the Xutional Intelligencer, makes the following suggestion : In view of the existing eventful and alarming crisis which is convulsing the whole fabric of society, social, political and religions, and imperiling the integrity of the Union, is it not a moment suggestive of the expediency of invoking the ex-Presidents of the United States now living to meet together in counsel and prepnre an ad dress to their country, in such manner as may seem most to them to serve the great end of quieting sectional strife, restoring a brotherhood of good feeling, and making firmer the deep foundations of our invalua ble Union? There are but four ex-Presidents living Martin Van Buren, John Tyler, Millard Fill more, and Franklin Pierce. Hydrophobia fbom a Hog Bits. James Murphy, an Irish laborer, residing in the lower part of Louisville, the day before Christmas, in attempting to extract a bone out of a hog's throat, was slightly bitten by the animal. Iu less than a week he was attacked with symptoms of hydrophobia, which lasted until Thursday, when he got better, but on yesterday, he was again at tacked, and soon died iu horrible agony. He had been married but a short time, and was in destitute circv instances. Democrat, llh. " N E W r A D V ERTISEM ETrrsr mnw in OH S JK i'KM H I.J1- W jH.hus CriMh the 50 cent eiiitmna ; Dobell's Poems; INwirs author of John Halifax; History of tli Whiir Party, just published ; tin Crat Tribulation, ly Cuuimiug, second series; Sir l!o hao's Gbont, a new romance , Olive, hy author of John Halifax.'at DoBKLL CONYNGTON. jan30 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. U. V M MM MM M . " 0 nHnor n Hltunrion. or Will ?0 ajl D. Dart-. per. K..' uouu rjit'ieutt; ca w nw. ouwim.- ut. Lex G65, Evansville. jt2S-1w. . i- . i All AT jy MSSOLUTMOJV JOTIVJE. TJtlJ J3J' co-partnership heretofore existing tictweeii V. V. Tileston, J.D. Kandall, and C. M.TiJeafcon, under the nam aud style f Xilf-sior , Kandiiil & Co., waft this day dissolved by nrstnal consent. The business hereafter will be conducted by the Messrs Tileston, under the name and style of Tileston Bros., who are alone authoriKed to settle the business of the lato firm. Jan. 25, 18tj. W. W. TILESTON. J. 1. RANDALL. V.. W. TILESTOIT. TffT MH WITH MJJVm 11 Hi HI UTS JL that I withdraw from the above tirra, and in doing so tender my grateful acknowledgments to the numerous customers of the gallery, for their liberal patronage while I was connected with it. The Tilestou Brothers, it is well known, are fully competent to Bustain the reputation of 4he Sun Beam Photograph Gallery, and I hope the public will bestow on them the patronage which that es tablishment justly merits. J. D. KANDA LL. jan27-2t J9 10 do Sultana Raisins. 2bO lbs fresh dates. 30 bxs fresh layer raisins. 100 lbs prime shelled almonds. Received per railroad this dav, at COOK LANG LEY'S. M9 VMJi H LIC Mi Wit K-.1 T l-'t. O VJt. JL 5ft bags i'enn. buckwheat, received direct from Pittsburg, per steamer Commodore Perry, at jan27 COOK & LANGLEY'S. 10 O TW"Vt ,"'TIK retT'i- 40 bush sweet do, :! do turnips. 20 do ouions. In store and for sale at COOK t LANGLEY'S. 10 bbls hominy, just received at COOK & LANGLEY'S fU UMTS JV. 1 Jl.iKKItKl.r- lO -lJ do mess mackerel, 10 kits. Baltimore her ring, just received at COOK & LANGLEY'S. If 9 O II K I T 1U l,K it J ".'.V S JS'K W MM, BOOK: " Footfalls on the Boundary of An other World," a new supply just received. Also " Beulah," by Evans, a book having a run East at JXJBELL CONYNGTON'S. ff J ti AJn lllJTTKIt 1 KICKS 11 JLjl lot just received and for sale by jan2G CIIAS. McJOHNSTON. OTATOK8 .' 1'OTJTttKS. UJSK hundred bushels fine, large potato as, just re ceived and for sale by jan26 CIIAS. McJOHNSTON, fogey's Block. f&TJ RC1I, SOJP, i.YJl CJIJYULES. 9 75 boxes assorted kinds just received by Jan26 CIIAS. McJOHNSTON. 119 H T K it l'Ill!S.-Z7i It It I. is'. JL Newark plaster in store and for sale bv jan2(i CHAS. ittcJOUNSTON. JAMES T. WALKER. J US T C E OF THE PEACE AND GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT, Evansville, Indiana. Office on Third street, between Main and Sya more streets. WW CHEAP? Iu order to make room for our Spring stock of Clothing, we will for the next sixty days offer our entire stock of superior overcoats and all styles of winter clothing at COST i'Olt CASH ; and in order to unit all, we will sell either at wholesale or RETAIL. All persons wanting a BARGAIN in this Hue will find it at No. 20 Main street. VM. K. FRENCH CO. jan24 LAND FOK SALE. 160 acres the n w qr sec 7, towu 2, rauire 8 west. liJO do n e ur sec 20, town 2, range 8 'vest. 160 1!U 105 100 ItiO 100 10 lfiO too do 8 w or sec 22, town 2, range 9 west. do s e qr sec .it, town 2 range 9 west, do n pt n e qr sec 213, town 2, range 10 west. do n w qr sec 14, town 3, range 10 west, do s w qr sec 23, town 3, range 10 west, do n e qr sec 20, towd 0, range 10 do n e qr sec 24, town 3. range 7 do s e qr sec 24, tjwn rane 7 do s w qr sec 24, town 3, raHiie 7 The foregoing tracts will be sold on liberal terms. Titles are perfect, Enquire at the REAL ESTATE AGENCY. On Third street, between Main and Sycamore, in Wheeler's Building. WM. II . WALKEB, Real Estate Agt. JL, 50 Lots in Lamasco, west of Pigeon Creek Lots iu Laniasco, east of Pigeoti Cnek. Lots in the Eastern Enl't of Evansville. tots in the Southern do do Lots in Bray s do do Lots in the 4th do do Lots in the Donation do do Apply to the undersigned Office in Wheeler's building, Third street, opposite the Court House. WILLIAM II. WALKER. dec24 - Real Estate Agent. JLj Enlargement, on the Basin of the Canal, upon which is a new and the best Canal Wharf iu Ev ansville, for sale or lease. Apply to WILLIAM H. WALKER, dec24-diw3iu Land Ajfeut. -H-JLaa extending to tie Canal, with a wharf on the basin of the Cau tL of seventy-five feet, being the most desirable lo-ation for manufaj'uring pur poses in Evausvilie, for sale or lease Apply to WILAIAM II. WALKER, dec24 Real Estate Agent. t4 v it k s ttr j.jjyrn jKjia V-VMmw ji.vansviiie, lor sale hy WILLIAM H. WALKER, Real Estate Agent, Third street, opp. the Court House. dec24 rwum I v 'it kksi u . ; it 1 s f I. kj JL ed to inform his cuFtomers aud the trade gen erally that he has become connected with one of the largest importing bouses in New York, for the purpose of carrying on more effectually the Drug and Apothecary business in all its brandies. By h is arrangement I shall always have a full supply of pure medicines that will I sold on better terms than ever otfered before. Orders by mail or otherwise attended to promptly and satisfaction warranted. W. H. p". STODDARD, 17 Main St., Evansville, I ml. TftjatS! LJUnM8!MMP8!VST JLJ received from Boston, a large lot of Coal Oil audJFluid Lamps, which, iu consequence of the lateness of the season, have leeu honght at greatly reduced prices, and will be sold cheaper than ever offered lieiore at 17 MAIN ST. Philip Decker, (Successor to Decker !i Kramer), MANUFACTURER OF LARD OIL, SOAP AKU CANDLES, " Also an extra article of avitjs'ijm, K.tJi.yK, -. mi., Dealers in Rosin, Sofia, Ashes, &e. Also PURE CATAWBA WINE. Of our own raising, in quantities to suit purchasers, 46 .nnlm Street bet. Ktrmt tC 8econH. EVANSVILLE, IHD Terms cash or 00 day's paper negotiable in bank. jan20-ly mmH jaSToo KK7i8 kx. rit-i JvoT vw 1 nails, just received at jan20 JACOB STRAUB & SON. OSTlttJVfnkTSTB tween Main und Second streets, a set of twtli. emliedih'd in gold. The finder, by leaving it at this oftVe, will be liberally rewarded. Jan. 2nth, 18i in. Louisville Tobacco Agency, NO. 87 MAIN STREET, (opposite the court hocse) E V A N S V I L L E , I X D. rwiiE iJim usm.s-k it ius a r k.s- JL ed an agency for the sale of all kiudsof man ufactured Tobacco aud Cigars, and will sell as cheap as the CHEAPEST. I especially invite the patronage of thecily trade who will find it to their interest to give im arall. At any rate, call and examine my stock. I have also opened a complete retail stock of Can dies, Nuts, Raisins, Lemons. f-c. Also, nfsuperior article of Gun Fowder, Yonnc Hyson aud Imperial Teas to retail at 70 cts per lb. Give nie a trial. . JAS. L. SPALDING. jan23tf. Agent for Daniel Spalding, jr. K H- i'OHK V toes. mUKMiCKK I'tfT.l- 20 bbls selected New York Mercer Po tatoes. Received this day per steam ' er Messeuirer, at; ley's. n.,-ter,.. 20 Ira prime onions, Ljv-Al&vT at the Kuruka Ba- 't'Jiir'rJP ' vT''Y-: zaar. ""CtfevTV 10 boxes fresh lem- IJSCcKjk ons, for sale cheap at COOK LANGLEY'S. 450 JS-'tt. 1 Q V J M JL 8 at 75 cents per dozen. 150 rabbits at 8 cents each I Just received at jan6 COOK t LANGLEY'S. MISCELLANEOUS. Statexzient OF THE CONDITION OF THE t Hartford Fire Insurance Co., MADE TO THE AUDITOR OF THE STATE OF INDIANA, JANUARY 1, J860- 1st. The name of this Company is the: Hartford Fire insurance Company, and is located at Hart ford, Connecticut. CAPITAL. 2d. The amonnt of Capital Stock is $500,000 00 3d. The amount of Capital Stock paid up 500,000 00 ASSETS. 4th. Cash on hand and in B'k...$38,33S 11 Cash in hands of Agents, or in course of transmission 62,098 89 Cash loaned on call 30,000 00 131,029 00 Bills receivable, secured by personal and collateral security, 70,223 59 Rial estate unencumbered, building and lot 19 Pearl St., Hartford 15,000 00 STOCK AND BONDS AS FOLLOWS, TIZ , PAB VAL. M'KT TAL. 511 Shares Hartford B'k Stock....851,100 $08,985 400 shares Phoenix b'k stock 40,000 37.200 100 shares Conn. Riv.b'k'g Co stk. 5,000 6,500 200 shares Exchange bank stock... 10,000 10,000 150 shares Bauk of Hartford Co. b'k stock 7,500 7,350 200 shares Charter Oak b'k stock. 20.0H0 20,800 220 shares Farmers Jb Mechanics' b'k stock 22,000 25,520 150 shares Mercantile b'k stock.... 15,000 15,000 132 shares Merchants aud Manu- fae'rs bank stock 13,200 13,332 315 shares Etna b'k stock 31,500 34,020 184 shares City bank stock 18,500 21,045 200 shares American Exchange bk stock, N Y 20,000 20,000 200 shares Bank of Commerce b,k stock, N Y 20,000 19,800 300 shares Importers' A Traders' B k sock, N Y 30,000 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 Merchant 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 9,200 100 shares Bank of N America Bk stock, N Y 10,000 10,700 300 shares Metropolitan b'k stock, N Y 30,000 3.",C00 100 shares Blackstoue b'k stock, B.iston , 10,000 10,550 ltsO shares Bauk of Commerce st'k, Boston . 10,000 10.GOO 100 shares Granite bk Btock, 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 10,750 100 shares National B'k stock, Bos ton 10,000 10,400 100 shares Atlantic B'k stock, Bos ton 10,000 10,600 100 shares Safety Fund B'k stock Boston 10,000 10,300 100 shares Boylston Bank stock Boston 10,000 11,900 100 shares Revere 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 30,000 20 100 120 shares Connecticut River Com pany stock 12,000 3,000 20 hares Connecticut River R. K. Company 2,000 1,300 100 shares Hartford & N Haven U R Co stock 10,000 12,450 20 Teunssee State ' Bonds, 6 per cents, payable 1892 20,000 18,100 2 Ohio State Bonds, 6 per cents, payable 1800 10,000 10,125 20 Michigan State Bds, 6 $J cents, payable 1863 20,000 20,000 10 Missouri State Stock, 6 jier cent, payable 10,000 8,400 25 Hartford Gity Bds, 6 per cents, payable 1870 35,000 36,600 20 shares State Bank Wisconsin stock, Milwaukie 2,000 2,140 8680,800 $720,457 8720,457 Total Assets 8930,709 69 LIABILITIES. 5tU. No liabilities to Banks, or others, due or not due. Otli. No losses adjusted and due. 7th. Losses either unadjusted lr-nI(,s. 8th. or adjusted and not due, "."0; 9th. Losses in suspense, waiting further proof, included in hist answer above. lOth. All other claims against the Company (dividends unpaid) 1,920 Total amount of liabilities. 866,930 85 11th. The ri'le of the Ct tnpany is not to exceed $10. in any one risk, subject to loss by a single nre. 12th. The amount insured in a city or village, de ponds upon its size generally all the desirable risks te be had ; subject to tue rule last above named. 13th. The amonnt insured in any one block of buildings, depends upon its uizi and construc tion, subject to the rule abve reforred to. 14tb. A certified copy of the act of Incorporation accompanies this statement. TIMOTHY O. ALLYN, Scc'y. STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 1 Hartford County, f Janvaet 6th, 1860. Personally apieared T. C, Alltn, Secretary of the Hartford Eire Insurance Company, and made oatn that tuetoregoiug statement, by him subscrib ed, is a true, full, aud correct statement of the af fairs ot said Company, and exhibits, so far as can be ascertained at this date, its actual condition on the 1st day of January, 1860 Before me, GEO. 8. GILMAN, Justice of the Peace. Ai.lf.n C. Hallock is the duly authorised agont for this city, by certificate of authority from the Auditor of State, filed in the County Clerk's office, 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 Lots for Sale! ghJi" .WO AT XJ181T TKU.nS .'THE Jt niost favorable opportunity ever offered to the public. 20 lots of 5 acres each, on the New. nrg road, 1 miles from the Court House, And 8 lots f 5 acres each, on Washington avenue, one nile from the city. As "tnall a quantity as one fourth of an acre will be Bold, if desired. Apply to WM. BIERB0WER. no'v22dly -iHKKSK1 5 BOXES 1J UK, MX. 'Ltra quality, for sale by S. E. GILBERT & CO, janl3 No. 4 Sycamore street. jfv .v.vjy iy t o. v ha or ti jv . i o o bates No. 1 batting, just received by decl3 WHEELER & BIGGS. JL 10 cilsos Barrows' Tobacco in caddies, 4 or.. ! " Hunter's " " " 5 " Shilo " - " 3 " Myrtle Bloom " " " 2 " K. Duglass " " l.ltlis, in foil, 100 bxs 1 !f lb 4 oz and 2 oz, all grades. For sale low by M. W. FOSTER tk CO. jfwrmojv Kit it opkhjs' chil- tt'f-M. dren's, Misses', and Ladies' Opra Hoods for the milliou, just receivod at dec!6 S. EMBICH CO.'S. fe-Btft ItttXHS l;J fKlt KJt M8MJV8 5 mats cooking raisins. 2 casks currants. 6 boxes citrons. Received this day at the FUREKA BAZAAR. rgl tlx IHtOM8JU8T ttm'KI V It JL a large lot of Truss Hoops, assorted sizes, and for sale at JACOB STRAUB & SON, jan'Ji 74 Main street. gW0jrKRTtT0MW8T afme assortment of D. R. Barton's Cooper Tools.at JACOB STRAUB A SON. dmm IF M W did lot of coast Oranges, just re- ceiveO at COOK& LANGLEY'S. gM'"f 1. KttJJV8T JtKt'Kl VKlt MMf bundles assorted sizes, at jan20 JACOB STRAUB SON. QPMCI18. 12 ir jr.. 18 do UUO 1JVJ1 VJ88MJ do cloves, do pepper, do pimento 10 do 40 do 5 do Just received and for sale at do Mace, jau20 ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. HOME INSURANCE. THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE OF VANDERBURGH COUNTY, IND., OSfijr.VZKI JUG VST, 1835. This Company continues to take risks on buildings and their contents, in the city or country. Applications may lie left with either of the Di rectors, or with the Secretary. Directors : R. S. Tennev, Philip Deckur, Robert Barnes, H. D. Allis, J. B. "Ahloriug, Wm. R Pres ton, and VV. Baker. janl3-3m ROBERT EARLEY. Sec'ty. (Enquirer and Volksbote copy. MISCELLANEOUS. rm fJiKit.c k. it no i rn 11 t oj. ft-Z. on leaving the late firm of - Bierbower & Brought03, would offer his thanks "to his friends who have patronized him while in business, and t. nets, before long, again to solicit theii favors. -jan!7-dlm CASH CAPITAL ENLARGED HALF A MILLION DOLLARS. iEtna Insurance Company, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. IncorporatrA 1819. fhetrter Kerprtual. Cash Capital, - $1,500,000. ASSETS JANUARY 1, 18C0. Par Market Value. Value. 875,990 00 454 75 234,448 48 160,297 78 $44,000 00 41,000 00 38,000 00 3S.0OO 00 25,000 00 25,000 P0 50,000 00 51,000 00 25,000 00 25,000 00 10,800 00 10,000 00 5,000 00 5,000 00 75,000 00 75,900 00 150,000 00 156,750 00 10,000 00 10,500 00 10,000 00 90,000 00 25,000 00 28,000 00 50,000 00 41,500 00 50,000 00 51,r.00 00 25,000 00 27,500 00 25,000 00 20,000 00 49.810 00 30,882 20 10,808 GO 11,089 GO 50,000 00 62,500 00 25,000 00 18,750 00 10,700 00 10,914 00 5,000 00 1,250 00 5.000 00 . 5,300 00 5,000 00 5,300 00 1,800 00 1,872 00 1,500 01) 1,500 00 20,000 00 26,400 00 10,000 00 10,100 00 10,000 00 10,500 00 20,000 1X1 21,000 00 10,000 00 10.800 tt 5,000 00 5,000 00 10,000 00 10,500 00 10,000 00 11,600 00 15,000 00 15,000 00 40,000 00 46,400 00 48,600 00 C5.G10 00 10,000 00 10.100 00 30,000 00 28,500 00 24,000 00 29,040 00 7,500 00 9,750 00 40,000 00 38,400 00 20,000 00 21,800 00 30,000 00 33,600 00 20,000 00 25,600 00 10,000 00 10,000 00 30,009 00 31,000 00 20,000 00 20,000 00 20 000 00 28,000 00 20,000 00 24,000 00 10,000 00 12,400 00 30,000 00 33,000 00 20,000 00 21,008 00 30,000 00 34,800 00 10,000 00 10,000 00 40,000 00 44,800 00 41,000 00 43,400 00 30,000 00 30,300 00 20,000 00 28,000 00 10,000 00 12,600 00 10,000 00 10,000 00 I 20.0N0 00 18,300 00 10,000 00 10,300 00 10,000 00 11,000 00 20,000 00 20,000 00 10,000 00 . 9,000 00 15,000 00 26,250 00 10,000 oo 12,100 ik) 7,010 50 17,844 65 Real Estate unincumbered Money due the Company secured by Mortgage Cash in hand and in Bank with accrued interest Cash in the bands of Agents and in transit 44 Mortgage Bonds, 7 per cent., semi-annual int., 38 Mortgage Bonds, 6 per cent., semi-annual int., 25 Jersey City-Water Iionds, G per ct., semi-annual interest 50 Hartford City Bonds, ti per ct., semi-annnal int., 25 Rochester City Bonds, 7 per ct., semi-annual int.. 10 Brooklyn City Bonds, 6 per ct., semi-annual int., 5 Milwaukie City Bonds, 10 per ct., semi-annual int.. United States Treasury Notes and accrued int , United States Stock, 5 per cent., semi-annual int.. State of Kentucky, 6 iier ct., semi-annual interest State of Tennessee, G per ct., semi animal interest State of New York, f per cent, semi-annual int.,... State of Missouri, 6 per ct., semi- annual interest State of Ohio 6 per ct., soul annual interest (1800) State of OhiO Gperct., semi annual int. (1SSU) State of Michigan 6 per ct. semi-annual int State of Indiana 2 per ct. Delaware and Hudson Can'l Co. Bond, 6 percent, scmi- 500 shares Hartf'd Ac New Haven Railroad Co Stock 250 shares Conn. River Kail Road Co. stock 107 shares Boston ct Wor cester Railroad Co stock... 50 shares Conn. River Co. Stock 50 shares Citizens' Bank 50 shares Stafford Ba'k St'k Stafford Springs, Oonn.... 36 shares Eagle Bank Stock Providence, R I 15 shares Mechanics aud Traders' Bank Stock, Jor- sayCity, N. J 200 shares Revere BuntSt'k Boston, Mass 100 shareB Safety Fund B'k Stork, Boston, Mass 100 shares Merchants' Ba'k Stock, St. Louis, Mo 200 shares Bank State of 'Missouri Bank Stock, St. Louis, Mo 100 shares .Etna Bank St'k Hartford 100 shares Hartford County B'k Stock, Hartford 100 shares Charter Oak B'k St'k, Hartford 100 shares City Bank Stock, G00 shares Exchange Bank St k, Hartford 400 shares Farmers and Me chanics' B'k St'k, Hartrd 48G shares Hartrd B'k St'k, Hartford 100 Bbrs Merchants and MaifufrsB'k St'k Hart ford 300 shares Phoenix B'k St'k 240 shares State B'k Stock, 150 shares Connecticut Riv'r B'k St'k, Hartford 400 shares American Ex change B'k St'k N. Y 200 shares Bank of North America St'k, N. Y 500 shares B'k of America St'k, N. Y 200 shares B'k of Republic St'k, N. Y 100 shares B'k of Common wealth St k, N. v 300 shares B'k of New York St'k, N. X 200 shares B'k ot Commerce St'k, N. Y 800 share Broadway Bank St'k, N. Y 800 shares Butchers it Dro vers' B'k St k, N. Y 100 shares City B'k St'k, N. Y 300 Bhares Importers & Tra ders' B'k St'k.N. Y 200 shares Market B'k St'k N. Y 12130 shares Mechanics' It' k St'k, N. Y 200 shares Merchants' Ex change B'k St'k, N. Y.... 400 shares Metropolitan B'k 320 shares Merchants' Bank St'k, N. Y 200 shares Nassau B'k St'k, N. Y 400 shares Manhattan B'k St'k, N. Y 100 shares Mercantile Bunk St'k, N. Y 300 shares North River B'k St'k, N. Y 400 shares Ocean B'k St'k, N. Y 400 shares Peoples' B'k St'k N. Y 500 shares Phoenix B'k St'k N. Y 400 shares Union B'k St'k N. Y 100 shares Hanover B'k St'k N. Y 150 shares N. Y. L. Insu rance Trust Co., N. Y... 100 shares U. S. Trust Co.... Bills receivable, maturing Miscellaneous items ?2,1!I4,100 02 LIABILITIES. The Amount of Liabilities due or not due to Banks or other creditors nothing. Losses adjusted and due none. Losses adjusted and not due r 828,861 93 Losses adjusted, in suspense, waiting fur ther proof er contested 151,095 72 All other claims agaiust the Company are small, for printing, etc. THOMAS A. ALEXANDKli, Actiug Secretary. Hartford, January 1, I860. STATE OF CONNECTICUT, Hartford Co., 1 Haktford, Jan. 1, 1860. ) Personally appeared before me, a Justice of the Peace, duly qualified to administer oaths. Thos. A. Alexander, Acting Secretary, and made solem oath that the foregoing statement of the asse and condition of the .Etna Insurance Company t true. HENRY FOWLER, Justice of the Peace. WtjZ.EJS"C. ItJlIiTjOUlt MS T11K It IT VJB.ly authorized A cent for this city, bv certiflcato of authority from the Auditor of State, filed iu tho County Clerk's office. Fire aud inland navigation risks accepted, at terms consistent with solvency and air profits ALLIS O. AJAIjIjOCK, Agont. Marble Hall buildings, No. 9 Main St. janl3-lin ,1V i'JItll. lyj IJ 41 Nit I. II It I! Ti 3t my Btock of Groceries to Mr. J. P. Elliott. an old citizen of this place, and one whom, I think, folly competent to sustain the reputation of the Pioneer Family Grocery. I most cheerfully re commend him to my numerous customers who have so liberally sustained me, and I wish them to accept my grateful acknowledgments for the libe ral patronage bestowed on me for the last eight years. jnl4J Z. H. COOK. -lOO BJIU8, KOB E. GILBERT 4 CO. tsale by S. janl-1 jT4JJ'i i'St'fJ.lftC0 VLmaking candies, for sale by URI,S. Kit It janl J S. E. GILBERT t CO. JTPMKM,B M O Wit Kit 5 O BKIJS aisvprlme article, tor sale by jan!3 8. K. GILBERT CO. Cf'0SIVV BBOO.nSlOO IIOZKJS 'lor sale to the trade at manufacturers prices apply to S. E GILBERT d- CO. janl3 fiOTTOJ BjI T TI.S '-lUH B.I Mi Mi 8 for sale to the trade at Factory prices, bv 8. E. GILBERT & CO, Agents Cypbess Mills. janlS MISCELLANEOUS ... . - - - - - V'rff,-;)5.Vii!ii-:.;!,:!. f;fi!:f!!l',i'-i!H'i I' ll" JElot of these truly and justly celebrated, newly and greatly improved summer and winter Cooking Stoves, of the nnrivalled Stewart's Patent, und at the only agency in this city. Thos. Scanthns, JVb. 29 Main street, hetween First and Second. The first premium was awarded to this stove as the best coal or wood-cooking stove, at the South Western Indiana District Fair, held at this place. No stove ever devised combines as numerous or important scientific principles, as this of Stewart's. It broils, boils, bakes ami roasts at the same mo ment, without one dish imparting flavor to another, or producing that sameness of taste in meats, and gravies, which, to thedelicateand fastidious of taste makes so insuperable nil objection to every other cooking stove now iu use. With one-fourth tho fuel employed in the liest of stoves now in use, this most perfect and coinplwte cooking apparatus performs, simultaneously and more perfectly than has over before been accomplished, everything required in the best provided families, so far as cooking is con cerned. When, too, it is borne in mind that the most delicate leniales can visit tho kitcheu when the Stewart Stove is fully employed, and Iho lire is at its highest, without the smallest unpleasantness from the change of temperature, so little is the heat from it diffused externally, an inducement is pre sented for its universal employment never hereto fore presented in any other stove. That, indeed, is one of its principal attractions, as well as its greatest wonder, how heat is so economized and diffused within the stove itself, and so little perceptibly es capes into the kitchen, a place where, with any of the stoves now in use, other than Stewart's, it is scarcely possible for any one, in warm weather more particularly, to tireatho with comfort. For 20 years, Mr. Stewart has been employed in perfecting this stove, and since last February, he has obtained three new patents for improvements, which, in his opinion, and the wpinion of all who have examined it, made it perfect. Within four years, twenty tltoisand of them have been sold, under a full guarantee, and not one has been returned. These remarkable results have emboldened a host trf stove manufiicturers to imitate the Stewart Stove, but, save in exterior appearance, which tho old pa tents (having expired) enables them to give, they no more resemble Stewart's than chalk does cheese. These imitations are known by various nauies, but they are all deficient in important parti culars, such as the air-tight boxes, by w hich full control is kept over the fire, aud of the heat, by a draft damper, ingeniously contr ved, which also admits aconstant current of cold air on the outside of the fire-box, which again becomes heated air, and, passing into the oven, is made available for cooking purposes. The agent and subscriber is receiving the best imitation of the Stewart Stove, called " Pride of the West," which he will lie happy to dispose of at t wo thirds of the price of the genuine Stewart's. It is jiossible, ot course, to cook with it, but- it bears no comparison to Stewart's. The " Stewart " is sold by the agent tinder a full guarantee to perform, as recommended, and if, with in three months from purchasing, any fault is found with thein, be will take them back, and refund the money. Housekeepers will bear in mind then, that the genuine Stewart Stove, liought at tbu only agents here, will, with half the labor anil one-fourth the fuel, do more and better cooking than any other stove ever constructed. THOS. SCANTLIN, No. 2U Main street. Sole Agent for tne sale or the Stewart Stove iu Southern Indiana and Kentucky. 7UWHs. iiisT6u fwv KXi-jJitlZ m' rJLenced Nurse and Female 1'hj-sician, presents to the attention of mothers, her SOOTHING .SYRUP, for Children Teething, which greatly facilitates tho procets of Teething, by softening the gums, redu cing all inflammation will allay all pain and spasmodic action, and is SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourself, nd Rl.I.IKF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS. We have put up and sold this article f,rover ten years, and can say,7in confidence and truth of it, what we have nev2er been able to say of any other medicine neverbas it failed, in a single instance, to effect a cure, when timely used. Nev er did we know an in -stance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. 3;On tha contrary, all are delighted with its openitions, and speak in terms of highest comniendntion of its magical et- fects aud medical virtues. speak in t his matter wiit we io Know, at" ter ten years' experience, and pledge our repntaOtion for the iultilmont of what we here declare. In almost every instance where the infant is guf -fering from pain and ex haustion, relief will beWfonnd in 15 or 20 minutes after the Syrup is administered. This valuable prepar.iQtion is the prescription of one of tho most expe-.ricnced and skillful Nurses in New EnKlanil.tind has been used with never tailing success in"; hoiisan. Is ot c:ss. It not only relievevltbe child from pain, but invigorates tint stonuu-hand bowels, correct- nchl; uy, aim gives lone aniieiieigy to tlio whole nv. win. it win uiiiiosr in--siantly relieve Cripmg in mo tsowels anil inlf)i olic, and overcome con vulsions, which, if uotspeedily remedied, end in death. We believe ilTiihe best and surest rem- :.. .1 :.. ..ii- ii . , j i' tin, itm iii, in auf ihiiiii oi Jtvseil lei y lluu Iliarrhea in children, -nuhcthcr it arises from teething or from any. oilier cause. We would say to every mother who has a child s u li e r i m g irom any ot tue loregomg complaints, do not let your prejudices, nor the prejudices of others, stand between your suffering child and tho relief that w ill be sure yes, absolutely sure to follow the use of this medici ne, if timely used. Full directions fur using will accompany each bottle. None genuine unless the tac-similo of CURTIS A PERKINS, New York; is on the out side wrapper. Sold by Druggists throughout tho world. P'in cipal office, No. IS Cedar street, New York. Price 25 cts. a Bottle. jaul3-dwly. KELLER 4 WHITE, Agents ; Evansville, ind. GERMAN & FREXCH NIGHT SCtiUU!.. rrri iik ijvjikbsiujk .nosr bk- JL siiectfully beire leave to inform his fri.-.ids and the public in general, that he has opened a night school for tho instruction of the French and German languages. Being a graduate of a European University, and a teacher of practice and exneri- ence, which he has become by exertion during a number of years, he hopes to satisfy all those who may entrust themselves or lio entrusted onto his care, and begs the patronage of his fellow citizens. Also, young clergymen and students of the gospel are requested t take notice of his lessons in the Hebrew language. For particnlars, apply to Rev. Dr. M. DELBANCO. Prof, of ancient and modern laiuruasres. First street, rear of Boh ma Commercial College. jaiizu-.jm-- New Administration! TO OLD PATRONS AND NEW ONES I J. P. ELLIOTT. Successor to 'A. II. Cook, Pioneer Family Grocery, No. 22 Main Street. rs jmo if o.v ii j.s-it wm t n an almost endless variety of Fancy and Staiile Groceries which he intends to sell at UNIFORM prices. He will not sail one or two leading articles at cost or below cost to attract attention ; but the commuuity may rely on getting good ai tides at fair average prices. I have somethine for almost everybody; mechanics, dealers, house keepers, misses and bachelors can find goods in which they in ootain value received tor their money. janl4 J. P. ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. WV8T BUCK I VKlt lOO BOXK8 9jW Virginia Chewiu Tobacco. declil SCIIKOEDER Sc. KEHR. !OTMCMi TO B U 1 Ii 11 K IIS. sK.i I.- ' JEZ4roposals will bo received by either W. Collins, Ira P. Grainger, or J. Hall, of Knight Township, County of Vanderburgh, Indiana, until Saturday, the 11th day of February next, for tho erection of a framed Church edifice. Vour miles cast of Evansville, on the Evansville and Newbnrgli road. For plan and specifications, enquire of J. Hall. J-td January 19th, 18G0. fflllKKSK I I'll E 118 K ! It K C K I V Ii 11 'LVixr steamer Fitzhuirh. 211 boxes m ime Ham burgh Cheese a iirst rata article for hots! or lam ily use ; for sale cheap at ERSK1NE, CURNIOK ti CO.. janl8 47 Main street. KJ.VBKBBMKS !IJM,M, JTKRsZ KINE, CLRN1CK A CO.'S cheap Family Gro cery, 47 Main street, and buy some of the best Cran berries that have been seen iu the city this season. Remember, 47 Main street. janlS 'jB8BM'K, I It It. VI K A" '.H7.f. N i. wholesale and retail GROCERS, No. 47 MAIN ST. On hand and fcrsalo low for cash. Groceries of every description ; a well assorted stocK of wood and willow-ware, incliidimr fancy aud common baskets, in great, variety; tubs, j buckets, brooms, etc.,; vegetables, eggs, butter, cheese, hams, tongues, dried beef, and provisions I generally. Country produce of all kinds, bought and sold. janlx-lv. j rjgi Tii k A, It f K It S It K I' ll It ! -B Bread ! Now is the lime to eel nice, fresh, i country corn meal, maue Irmii pure w bite crn, at the low price of 60c per bushel, at ERSKINK, CUltNICK CO., JanlS 47 Main strefct. f !, .' p in r"-'--i : ( I I I BUSINESS CARDS. HOif 8JMM.J1 JJVMi RKTJII. BOK& STATIONERY STORE. we-.' Just recttTed and for sale by the sub- JilAf Bcri'.ier, a large and splcadid assortment Af of Books mid Stationery, consisting in P." ff part of 600 Reams ot Cap, Letter - ' ,r j Note Paper ; 500 yuires of Blank Books, from 10c. to $1.60 per quire; 150,000 assorted Envelopes: Memorandum Book of all kinds ; also, a large as Bortuieiit of School Kooks ; Bibl-s of all kinds; nil kinds of Miscellaneous Works; Guid Pens or all kinds ; Steel Pens of every brand ; Gold and Mil-c Penholders and Pencils; Pocket Books and Port monnais of every description ; Musical Instrument cf all krnds ; Sheet Music anil Music Paper ; Draw ing Paier and Pictures ; Slates and Pencils; Ink and Inkstands ; and many other articles too nu merous to mention, all of which will Iw sold at the very lowest price for cash. J. UEALV, Foster's Block, corner of Main and First strueis. u'14 IIknry F. Miller.) Henry Birhais. Formerly of W.J.Heubler Formerly of 8. Embicu. Miller & Niehaus, CIIEA1 CASH DRY OOODS UTOUE, No. 43 Main Street, mar23 EVANSVILLE. IND. Evansville Commercial College- 7' iT IT K lit ST STBM2MST, 1 V EVANSVILLE, 1N. This Institution pre sents every inducement to young men wishing t acquire a thorough practical knowledge of Double. Entry Book Keeping, as well as a geueral Business Education. This institution has lieen in successful operation for over five years. For Catalogues or other par ticulars, call at the Rooms, or address decl3-ly JEREMIAH BEHM, Principal. W. A. 0ATLETT & CO., CORNER OF EIGLTTH AND LOCUST STREETS OPPOSITE THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT. 277- fK lil'KJVKlt J FJ1 .71 r K I MM. GROCERY, where they will keep a full sup ply of the best Family Groceries, which they will sell at the lowest prices for cash. All kinds of mar keting and country produce will be purchased at the market nrices. or received in d.iv for i-iwwlu Families sending their orders to this store may !o sure oi naviug tnem promptly and faithful v tilled. spi:S INSURANCE AGENCY. ALLEN C. HALLOCK. vails ville. UNDERWRITER AND GENERAL INSURANCE " AGENT, Adjuster or Averages, and Notary Public. Ho continues to issue Policies from several First Class and most reliable INSURANCE COMPANIES In the Country, on Inland and Fire Ritk. He will also receive applications for LIFE INSURANCE. . He will attend to tho Adjustment of Losses of overy description under policies from other agencies, and attend to the settlement ot all mat ters conuiftod with INSURANCE, for parties in terested. His long experience as an Insurance Afext, has made him familiar with all subjects connected with liiiurance. fe?Omce. Marble Hall Building, No. 9 Main Bt. II U NN ELITES 2?loorliis aVlills CORN Eli OF WALNUT STREET AND THE CANAI EVASSVILLE, IND. nnHMS JSHW JK8TJBIji8HMEJ JSt is now in t ill operation, with new and con plete Machinery of the latest Btyle, for Planing aud Dressing Lumber, planing and grooving Floor ing, making Doors a?id Sash Mouldings, Window Blinds, and every other lesc'intion of work dona in such establishments. All work ot these Mills warranted to be well done, and will bo oflerea at the lowest cash prices. Packing Boxes of nil kinds made to oner. Brackets and Scrolls sawed to any pattern. Slitting ami all kinds of Saving done to order, and in the most a nroved style. Jy" WILLIAM HUN V ELL. SOUTH- VV estT:1ins E ; KD A XD Agricultural Warehouse. iin , F . SHARPE & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu all kinds of A GUI CULTU11A L IMPLEMENTS, Farm and Garden seeds, fruit and ornamental trees. Evergreens, Shrubbery, ,fc. Also dealers in Flour Grain aud Produce generally. 130 .ffafs 81, bet. Knurl h A" Vanil VS F.VASHVILLR, IND. Jacob Sinzich & SonT WHOLESALE BAKERS, Dealers in BOAT ST011ES d- FAMILY GHOCFRIES. BJ Goods delivered in auy part of the city free of charge. jand3m Dealer in and Manufacturer of BOOTS, SHOES; AND LEATHER. ALSO, IIKALER IN Tanners' Oil, Shoe Findings, Tanners' and Curri ers' Tools, Patent Leathar, Moroccos, Shoe Thread , Boot Web, Ac, 4c. Cash paid for Hides and Sheep SkiiiH. No. !H East Washington street, Indianapo lis, Indiana. doc'2l-3mdAw CE NTRF71 WATTRAXi' ion A THE LITTLE MAN & CO.'S ! ! fB8 K I 'Kit I "JlOll " IS ,'ft U- PRO- viiling themselves with the necessaries of life, comfort, gifts, Ac, it is well to know that S. KM RICH et CO., No. 40 Main street, have received the greater part of their stock of Goids lately, which were bought at Panic Prices, and which "they are selling off very cheap. Ca'l aud see them no trouble to show goods . deolti r jTcTn U B L I NC FORMERLV WITH lTBBAl., ODOS Si Co., CINCINNATI. M an nfacturc of FIRE AND BURGLAh. PROOF Corner Tlirl ami Division Streets. SVANXVILLE, IND. Constantly on baud, all different sizes of Safes, latest styles and improvements, guaranteed to be equal in durability aud finish to any Eastern malm facturers, at the lowest Cincinnati prices. Also manufacturers of LOCKS, WALL 8FE9, SHUTTERS, Etc., all finished in the best style of workmanship. Specimens of Safes, etc., may be seen at Messrs. Roelker, li.lu.-man & Co., 7C Main street, to whom , all orders must be addressed. aug'il Schroeder & Kehr, Wholesale Retail Dealers in TOBACCO, CIGARS, SNUFF, PIPES, SMOKINO TOI1ACCO, Ac, IaOt7 BK8PKCTKUi.Jb' Z.V- - Br form the puMic that thov have removed their store to No. CU MAIN STREET, lietwecn Sec. ond and Third (Kratz & ileilman's old stand), where they liiivo received tho largest stock ol Tobacco, Cigars, f-c., ever brought to this State, and which they will sell at the lowest Eastern prices. de31-lm Family Groceries. AO. !l. Filter ftr., HUT. MAIN Lot! 1 S ll-V 11.IJ'II JMJVU tfll.I, JtK- ceive regularly during the coming winter and spring, a choice nrtiuleot tMAKEU TABLE BUTTER. Also Poultry, Ekks, Vegetables, Dried Fruit, Tlomniiuy, Beans, Split ieas, Leaf Lard ic. fMJVU A iVD MEAL. My stock of staple and fancy irrocerios is larire ami complete. Give Partner a call. T-S"N. B. Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. deel IiUY YOUR BOOtS C$3 S3 1X0033 At McDonald's City Boot and Shoe Store! B VST IH'K.VKll (K TH K COBJVJKH 9j of Main and First streets, where can be found a great variety of Gents, Boys and Youths Calf, Kip aud Grain Boots of all kinds. Ladies will find a nice lot of Kid and Morocco Boots, Cloth lace and Congress Gaiters, Buskins and Slippers, with or without heels, Misses and Children's line Goiters lace Boots, 4c. Coarse and medium of all styles, from tlm best to the cheapest. Ladies, Misses and Gents Buffalo and Gum over-shoes, sandh-s, Ac. ; also a great variety of Mens' and Boys" Wax and Kip Brogans, Gaiters, Pumps, Ac. Give the City Boot & Shoo Store a trial. Remember McDonald's, corner Main and First streets. nort j ' Helper s Book ; OR TI7E IMPENDING CRISIS. TDK mote now sticking in the eye of C. ingress, at janli). DOBKLL CONYNGTON'S. JIV8T ItKCfil y-KltUOtVMi fj7tT 9M of Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar-Holders, Ac, warranted genuine. dw.il SCHROEDER A KEHR. It.lltHKl.S UUM.M1KJX 8 f BIIP lust receive! at janjo ELLIOTT'S FAMJLY GROCERY. fVV tJKJ'TH 4iMP8 SomethiuK JL nice, at VAUT1ER tt M AKl ON NIK US, not 1 4 & Main street. W1J JM . W It .' U I'tlK K 8 K. MM. 10 boxes, a splendid arlii t for Bale, at l-..c. lr ID, at tJ.iullJ J-Ji E L L lOTT'S r ami Iv Gi ocel . WsGGSt AV.VW.' J'dtiS.'iW dozen of fresh Eggs jmt received at dtc2J COOK tt LANGLEY'S.