&hc Satin - ilmtntaLl
V LARGEST CIRCULATION IN
Sfkctaclks. In about twoivffks, Messrs. j
lSBAKL RlTTKSBEItG .& Co., will open in aj
wim sdiiui in iuei.iosffnil.il v lS:ink, nlino i
v-Bmrlniont imiirf-ti'eil '... ,.,.. v.. .....,...
- 7 "
Also, ail other kiiuls of 0li al Instruments.
; Messrs. It. & Co., will likewise le prejmreil
to reset lenses, or ilo an; other work necvs
j sary on Optical Instruments.
Measles. This disease prevails extensive-
ly iu cities during the winter season, and
will usually cure itself, if only protected
; against adverse influences. The older per
: eons are, the kss likely they are to recover
ironi tins ailment, lor it leaves a lift; Ion
malady behind it. The most hoiieless forms
of itmsumptive diseases are often the result
Or ill conducted or hadly managed measles.
In nine cases out of ten, not a particle of
any medicine is needed.
Our first advice Is, always, and under all
circumstances, send at once for an exne-
1 0 rienced physician. Meanwhile, keep the
4t, patient in a cool, dry, and well aired room,
With moderate covering, in a position where
there will be do exposure to drafts of air,
j The thermometer should range at about
-iity-fivo degrees, where the lied stands,
.men should be moderately Hard, otsnncks,
straw, or curled ha;r. Gratify the instinct
ilr ( ! 1 vnter and lemonade. It is safest to
keep tl.. In'..! tor i. veral days after the rash
has beuK to die away. The diet should
be light nn.l of an opening, cooling charac
ter. The main oi'jectof this article is to warn
persons that the greatest danger is after the
disappearance of the measles. We would
advise that for three weeks after the patient
is well enough to leave his bed, he should
not go out of the house, nor stand or sit for
a single minute near an open window or
door, nor wash any part of the person in
cold water or warm, but to wipe the face
, and hands with a warm, damp cloth. For
a good part cf tMs time the appetite should
not be wlic:1;- gratified; the patient should
eat slowly oi' light, nutritious food. In one
case, a little c;iild, almost entirely well of
the measles, g-t to playing with its hands
in cold water ; it gradually dwindled away
and died. All exercise should be moderate
iu order to prevent cooling off too quickly
afterwards, and to save the dauger of expo
sure to drafts of air, which by chilling the
surface, cause3 chronic diarrhea, if it falls
on the bowels ; deafness for life, if it falls
on the ear; or inrarable consumption, if it
falls on the lungs. JlalTs Journal of Health.
j Advance of Liberia. An unusually
large number of the people of the Liberiuu
v republic are now on a visit to the United
', States, preparing themselves for extended
usefulness on their return. Among these
!' may be named Wm. II. Ealbeck and II. V.
Foster the first of whom is a Liberian by
birth, the latter by adoption are attending
j the medical course of Vale College. AVm.
Fisk Burns, a native LHerian, and son of
J' I'.islitip Burns, lately graduated from the
"j classical department of Wesleyan Universi-
ty at Middlelown, Conn. John V. Clarke,
-"; also " to the manor born, " is studying tlen
j tistry. Wm. M. Davis, formerly of Phila
i tlelphia, is reading law at Worcester, Mass.
:4 Thos. M. Chester, well-known to the citi
.jjjr '.ens of Pennsylvania, is canvassing subscri
V bers to his'neat paper, the Star of Liberia,
J published at Monrovia. He lately made an
address in Philadelphia, on his adopted couti
?i try from the report of which we make the
Jj following extract : "
lie gave a glowing description of the
; ,i home of his adoption, and stated many facts,
; IkjIIi important and interesting, to the colo
s" f red people. He said, among other things,
f that the republic is fast developing its social,
, civil and political advancement. Planting
the colony was no new scheme, tint it bail
S demonstrated the fact that the colored pco-
i file are capable -of self-government. Estab
lished under the most embarrassing circuru
stances, it has become an independent na
tionality. I care not from what part of the
world the sons of Africa may come, they
are free and safe under the flag of our na
tionality. It must not be thought that Li
beria is a paradise, nor as unwholesome as
Botany Hay. It is neither the one nor the
other : but under the lone star the standard
of morals is high, and all the continent of
Africa is the Liberian's field of lalior. Un
til within a few years past the black flag of
the pirate coursed along the Liberian shore
for five hundred miles, but if one should be
caught in Liberia now he would bo hung
niter a few minutes for prayers. Fortaefly
the coast of Liberia auorded more victims
to the slave trade than any other part of
Africa, but now we have schools and semi
naries of learning, and churches have been
erected, whose spires indicate that werever
ance the supreme Being. Palm oil, cam
wood and logwood are no v substituted for
slaves in the commerce of the country. Li
beria is more an agricultural than a com
mercial country ; but there are several arti
cles which are shipped from there, such a3
cotton, which is taken to England, and af
terwards sold in our markets here.
A bill has pns-.d the Senate of the State
ot T. :is. i'-u:itu!g ICO acres of land to the
O'Vi'jii. I t,ouir.any, whereon their sta
tions m-iy bo located on public lands, pro
vided they sball average ten miles distance
from each other.
J. C. 5 J. G. SMITH,
So. 17 iUaln atrect, Cor. Seventh,.
E V A X & V I L L L IN D-
M roime bestowci Ujon them. Is-y: liave to iu
lorni their friends and the commuuity in geosra,
that with the aid of new uuvdiinury, they are ena
bled to turn out work sulrior to that of uny East
'J'hose who w ish to have good TOOLS, and at the
same time encourage home manufacture, can supply
themselves at the factory.
Hatchets, Axes, Hoes, Draw-Knives, Pork Cleav
ers, M illers' P icks, and Edf.'ed Tools of a kinds,
made of ilor.ble refined c;utt steel, and warranted
jiiai to any inline. jan'Jl.ly -
mu gf Wt K V O J"
' tv-coml street, iust bevond the city line. The
lot is triangular in shape, with sufficient depth for
iwo or more dwellings.
One hundred and titty feet on Fourth street, near
the City Si liool ; will lie sold iu lots to suit.
Two hundred feet front on Centre street, lietwecu
4:,flell arid Lit streets. Fourth Enlargement.
Sixty-five lols in Ibe Ertsteru Kn hti-fceuieiit.
Two lots at corner of Eighth and Chestnut
Ai-, lot ill, old plat, on Second stn-et, near
It mi ii h's ris el-y. This lot is 7 feet front, and
will I... iln nied lit suit pilieli,is, rs.
'leiinH. one-t hi id cash, and balance in one and two
vears, with interest.
" Apply to TtiOS. E- GAIi IN,
jauoUlawSw Real Etate Agent. 3'hird st.
.tin. Wintlow, jcp4ritme$ Vtir
ami female !hyician, tiaa a Sootliing By nip
fur cbit-trt-n teething, which greatly facilitates
the itoms of teething by softening the gums,
rmliiciiig all inflammation will allay all pain, and
i-i miro ti regulate the bowels. Depend upon it,
inotlnTH, it will give rest to yourselves, and relief
and heith to yu r iufants. Per foot ly safe in all
ram. S-- crtiwnieut iu another column.
KELLER it WHITE, Agents.
Tit tJrtmi 'iMf MiAicin; Tht
fiiiirtioiiiil irivgularitie.s peculiar to the weaker sex,
are invariably corrected without pain or inconven
ience by the uao of Jndxon Mountain Herb Pills
They are the safest and surest medicine for all dis
eases incidental to females of all ages, and more es
pecially so iu this climate.
Ladies who wish to enjoy health ahould always
have thene pills. No one who ever uses them once
wilt allow herself to le w ithout them. They re
move all obstructions, pur ify the blood, and give to
the skin that beautiful, clear, and healthful look so
greatly admired in a beautiful and healthy woman.
At certain periods thewe pills are an indispensi ble
companion. From one to four should be takeu
each day, until relier is obtained. A few doses, oc
casionally, will keep tho system so healthy, and the
blood so pure, that disease CAtiuot enter the body.
Jndson's Mountain Herb Pills and Moun
tain Herb Worm Tea are sold by all Medi
jrollotcay't OHtment mnd J'lllt.-Mt
counterfeits are in the market! Look for tho wa
tor mark, " Ilolloway, New York aud London,"
portrayed on every leaf of the book of directions.
This trade-mark-and tho test of genuineness can
be plainly seen by holding the leaf between the
eye and the light. Without this they are but vile
imitations. Hold at the manufactory, No. 8l
Maiden Lane, New York, and by all Druggists, at
irc., Coc., and SI per pot or box.
Jtmoug the sissy UrinrmiiM It r fort tht
public fur tho cure of Dyspeiisia, Dysentery , Flat
ulence, Constipation, Liver Complaint, or any other
disease ai iiig from weakness in the bead or stom
ach, Dr. J. IIOSTKTTKR'S CKLECRATED
STOMACH BITTEES are for the most certain in
its effects. You, who aro suffering the most tor
turing pains, remember that a few bottles of this
powerful, yet pleasunt compound, will afford great
relief. Thousands of the most trying cases have
been cured, and made known to the public by those
who have experienced its power. A trial is alt
that is desired to bring as maay more witnesses into
the field as the public may desire.
Fot sale by Druggists and dealers generally,
CDO ATi !
Bodiam Mining Company, Evunsville, Indiana.
Office on Water street, between Main and Locust.
Coal, in quantities of not less than 20 bushels, de
livered t j any part of the city, at 10 cents per bitsb.
at tu; pit, 8 cents. JOHN WYMOND,
ct! pterrefary Rnii Nsnar.
O a P-i
Z V estate, for the payment of costs and expenses
of side walk improvements.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue f tw
precepts, issued out of the Clerk's office of the City
of KvansvillH, and to me directed, I will sell, at
public outcry, at tho door ot the Court House, in
the City of Kvansville, on Monday, the th clay of
Febrnary, lsco, the following lot and parcels of
real estate, or so much thereof as may lie necessary
to pay the amounts assess1 '? charged agaiust
said lots resiectively, or c .o costs and expenses of
making side walk improvements in front of said
lots, together with the costs of sale:
Lot No. 1!, bl'k No. 49, Eastern Enl'lnt, S3,.r5
" " C, " " 20, " " IfirZ
Evan's Uoniestead, on Sixth street, from
the corner of Locust street to the alley, 14,60
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., on Baid
day. P. SCHMCCK, .
Jan. 16, 18(U.3wd Ctfy Collector.
ff H I tf .1 I, "V 1 " IT R ttJji
MM ipiarters. We will take Spanish quarters for
i"i cents each, in sums of St and upwards, for jew
elry, watches, or clocks,
janirt ltlTTKOLFF BROS., 48 Main street.
JE selling their large stock of watches, jewelry,
and clocks, at astonishingly low prices, aud guar
antee all goTlds to be what they are represented.
Those persons in want of any goods in our line, had
lietter call and buy while prices are low. Spnnish
quarters takeu for 25 cents, in sums of 81 and up
wards. BITTROLFF BROS., 48 Main Btreet.
Ti ' ItKJT JTTRJCTIOJS"! THOSE
LWextia double sole Laities' Boots at KASCII'S
are all the po. Come soon, if you want something
good. Now is tho time to get bargains.
janH JOHN HASCH, No. 8 Second street.
OAKLET A SON will sell goods at cost for
cash for days. janl4-lm
John F. Crisp,
KVANSVILLH LIBBAKY ASSOCI&.TION
K0031S, FOSTER'S BLOCK,
Corner of Main and First Streets.
-m oo.ooo cia.iMts, j-no.n hommojs
to pure Havana, for sale by
S. E. GILBEBT t CO.
rjfoujicco iuu nox.BS te t:.ti-
JL dies from l'J;c to 4ric per ponnd.
jania " S. . GILBERT & Co.
"7 vrrzZ-i ir vwjtvtjr r f At vobt : now
rJlis the time for Bargains ! Fifty Meat Cutters
at a triile over half price, for cash, rnce, 'JJ cis.
tSl,.ri0 each. janin C. S. WELLS.
EXTRJ StlJKHIl BUT-
COOK & LANG LEY'S.
CHOICE JMRI M-OU
O K KH.VT
neat house containing five rooms, and other
conveniences. Apply to
VV VICKEKY BROTHERS,
,.() at No. 8 Water street.
A3 We invite the trade to call and examine our
slock of browm and bleached mrtflins. Wo now
have a first rate assortment of various brands on
v rtmnila nf tieftvv 4-4 sheetimrs.
1.1 Ditto of bleached sheetings, which we will
Bell low. KEEN PBESTON.
ff90M&OJ.' J'OMSOJV I FOIHOJV!
The New Drug Store is now in full blast, with
a fine mock of Fmk and Pare drnes, medicines.
naints. oils, dvc-stuffs. window class, putty, bird
cases, brushes" of all kinds. Artists' materials, Am-
brotype and Photographic materials, perfumery
aud fancy goisls, patent medicines, bnrniug fluids,
coal oil, lard oil, etc., etc. All of which are in the
market at the very lowest prices ever sold at in
If von want to save money, and get FRESH
DRUGS, call on THOMPSON, at tho New Drug
Store, corner Main and fcecond streets. I janiej.
' iT 9 V V H 1 H JU li T is i, II H.
jLm sacks Buckwheat Flour just received and
for sale at CI..' r sack of fiO ll.s. at
j.inUO El I.IOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
mtlTTKR. TWO BRIM, ifjl 'TV
Am butler, three do country butter, just received
and for sale cheap, at
janA) ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
p 5 i S i gg
W pq 11 g S I tf"
O ;S 2Pls
1 1 S ?i
MERCHANTS' INSUBANCB. rJMPANY,
OF HABTFOKD, COKrf.
Capital.......... ......S"0,000 00
Insure against Loss or Damage by Fire,
6 K White,
K H Owen,
Kichard D Hubbard,
M M Merrinian,
Win L Collins,
Ouy R Phelps,
James P Foster,
W II D Callender.
MARK HOWARD. President.
E. T. LOItDELL, Secretary.
Apt lications rfeived by ALLEN C. HALLOCK,
Humbolt Fire Ins. Comp'y,
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
Capital (all paid in Cash) 8t0,0n0 00
With a surplus of. ... 40.000 00
J P Holmes, B F Breedon, J H Bates,
A G Phelps, A Stranger, F II Trowbridgo,
C Christmas, C B Caldwell, Nathan Lane,
Geo H Ellery, W H McC-onuell, S Freeman,
WmMullimu. Jas McKave, E Beadleston,
W Griffith, S Nelson Davis, M A Hoppock,
J STStranahan, O W l'nrsons,
W C Bowers,
L Uolbrook, Win L King,
W M Newell,
II J Baker,
1 R Stanford,
Z Boorman, Wui A KobliO,
W Barues, Wm Allen,
Edw. Bridge, U L Burr,
A Comstock, W I Tliompson.
JOHN KANKIN, President.
WILLIAM MULLIGAN, Sec'y.
Alex. Wiley, .Ir., AssistantSecretary.
Policies insured on favorable terms by A. C. HAL
LOCK, Agent. Office, Marble Hall Building, Main
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY
)f the City nf Ntw York.
Capital (all paid in cash) 81,000,000
With a surplus of. :WO,000
Insures against Fireand Inland Navigatien Risks.
J Martin, W A Work, F II Cossitt,
F A Wellmorth, James Low, Levi P Morton,
G C Collins
J H FarthinghainCurtis Noble,
D N Bainev, C A Buckley, J B Hutchinson,
L Hopkins, O H Norton, C P Baldwin,
T Messenger, GD Morgan, A T Dwisht. -W
H Molleu, J W Whitlock, H A Hurlbnt,
0 B Hatch, T McName, Jesse Hoyt,
B Watson Bull, R Briglow, W Sturgis, Jr,
Homer Morgan, OK Wood, JohuRFord,
L P Stone, A S Barnes, Sidney Mason,
J Humphrey, Geo Bliss, G T Stedman,
Geo Pearse, R Lockwood, Cyrus Yale, Jr,
Y G Nelson, l.yman Cooke, W B Fosdirk,
W U Lambert, Wm H Webb.
CHARLES J. MAItTI', President.
A. F. WILLMARTII, Vice do.
J. Miltcn Smith, Secretary.
Applications made to ALLEN C. HALLOCK,
Agent, will be promptly attended to. Office, Mar
ble Hall Building, Main street, Evansville.
iEtna Insurance Company,
OF HARTFORD. CONN.
Cash Capital (securely invested) 1,000,000
With a surplus of S(i7,0JO
Incorporated lislo Charter Perpetual. Insures
against Fireand Inland Navigation risks.
W F Tuttle,
C II Branard,
II 7. Pratt,
E Y Ripley.
S 8 Ward
G F .'Javis,
E A Brickley,
T K Bruce,
T A Alexander.
T. l. Brace.,
..See'y. I E. G. Ripley. ...President.
J. ft. Bennett, Gen. Agt. T. A. Alexander, Vicedo.
Applications for Insurance, Inland or Fire, made
to ALL EN C. HALLOCK, Agent, will be prompt
ly attended to at the Agency Office Murble Hall
Building, Main Btreet, Evansvillu. feblo-ly
OF UARTF0RU, CONN.
Incorporated 1S10 Charter Perpetual.
Capital (all paid tip) JoOO.OOO
With a surplus of. 220,531
Insures against Loss oi Damage by Fire.
II Huntington, C Boruell, Job Allyn,
Albert Day, H Kerney, J P Br ice,
Jas tioodwiu, Calvin Hay, C. J Russ.
T C Allyi ..Secretary. I II Huntington, Presid't.
0 C Lyman, Ass't do.... W. N. Bowers, Actuary.
Ji. Alexander, Uineral Agent, Coltimtms, tihto.
John Gniham, Ass't do do do.
Applications mado to ALLEN C. HALLOCK,
Aeut, will be promptly attended to Marble Hall
Uuiluiug, Slain street, .varjsvillo. tehl.r-ly
NU RTI1 A ME R I CA N FlKE INS. VO.
James O, Bolles, lturrall Sage,
A H Uolley, ex-Gov. Ct., JD Williams,
Wait N Hanlev, Charles G Day,
Willis J. Goodsell, L T Wells,
George Sexton, H U Fitch,
Leouurd t'tiurcn, Oleott Allen,
U Griswold, Stiles D Sperry.
J L. Howard.
JAMES G. BOLLES, President
WAIT N. HAN LEY, Vice Pre'.
John A. Wallack, Secretary.
Applications received by ALLEN O. nALLOCK.
Agent. UtB, Marble Hall Buildirs. Main st.
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INS. COM'Y,
NEWARK. NEW JERSEY.
Accumulated Capital, over 8.'!,000,000
DI RECTO US:
R L Patterson, H McFallau, A S Snelling,
CS Mackuet, J A FrothinghamR 11 Greene,
L CGrovur, E A Strong, J W Condit,
Josiah O Low, J R Weeks, N Perry.
ROBT. L. PATTERSON, President.
JOEL W. CONDIT, Vice do.
Besj. 6. MiLLr.rt, Secretary.
Applications for Insuraucu and nil informatiot
desired w'ill be given by the undersigned.
ALLtCJM V. HALIAtCK, Agent,
Marble Hall Building, No. 'J Main streit, Kvans
ville, Ind. febl.-ly
HAMPDEN FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Capital - SlfiO.OOO 00
Surplus. 70,0IX) 09
Will insure Real and Personal Property against
W B Calhoun, E W Bond, J Hamilton,
R S Moore, J C Pynchon, C L Shaw,
A Phelps, Jr: H Alexander.Jr P B Tyler,
Jas Kirkham, litis Childs, E F Moseley,
Willis Phelps, Homer Hoot, E Seeger,
, w . jlontarue.
WILLIAM B. CALHOUN, President
JOSEPH C. PYNCHON, Secretary.
Application made to A. C. HALLOCK, Airent.
will be promptly attended to.
r omce, Marble Hall Building, Evansville,
CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Cash Capital S250.0OO00
Surplus 58,231 48
This Company continues to ih policies on Eire
risks at reasonable rates.
C B Bowers,
J W Bull,
Geo J Linder,
C W Webster,
C. B. BOWERS, President.
C. C. WA1TE, Secretary.
W. B. Lovksbvby, General Agent.
Applications made to ALLEN C. HALLOCK,
Agent. Office garble Hall Building, Main street,
Oysters! Oysters! Oysters!
RECEIVED DAILY BY EXPRESS
MALT BVS CELEBRATED PEAHL OYSTERS.'
CWjyrMt MA.lk 1' K K I'.i It K It TO FURN-
JL ish dealers in cases ; faui'lies in cans or half
cans, and am also prepared to serve them np iu a
manner to suit the most fastidious. Will also keep
constantly on hand refreshments and eatables of
all kinds. Call at my Sul.nm, lo'J Main street
corner Main and Fourth.
nov22 JOHN F. FELKER.
H. M. WELLS.
H. M. WELLS & CO.,
successors to mchka vi ells.j
NO. 8 FII;ST HTKEET, KIAXSIILLE, ISD.,
Boots Cfe5 SliOGS !
m mt VA.ti EOUJl THJT M'OOit
JK.JL Goods in our line do us more injury than
they do our customers, we have come to the conclu
sion to bring to this market none but No. 1 goods.
One of the new nrru having just arrived troui isos
ton and the surrounding country with an entire
new stock of BOOTS and SHOES of the first quali
ty, feels assured that the name of the old concern
of McR- . dt Wells, for lair dealing, will be a guar
an tee to the customers of the new firm that any
thing they may purchase shall be on the square;
and if any deficiency in the goods purchased occurs,
the same may be returned, and the mosey re
funded. Country Merchants visiting Evansville will find
this the place to purchase Boets aud Shoes, as they
will find good Goods at as low prices as common
goods can tie purchased elsewhere.
janldiim II. M. WELLS A CO.
grioKN XHELLEUS ASD GUILDERS I
V-S would call the attention of farmers aud deal
ers to this Shelter and Grinder ; it is compart and
Krtat)lo. combining both durability and cheap
ness. They umst necessarily become an appendage
to every farmer's barn.
Shelters $4 5(?j3 50
Grinders-. 3 00
For sale at No. 10 Main street.
dec!2 GEO. S. SONNTAG.
sTIOWKMi lOU BJU RIO CO WE Mi
WV j ust received by
novl7 WHKELEIl & RIGGS.
W lST MVHJLM itHEH 7 FOOTFALLS V)N
Jr the Boundary of Another World, by the lion.
Robert Dale Owen certainly a book that every one
must read, janloj DOBELL & CONYNGTON.
rWHE VJVUERSiajSEU WOVM.lt
JL - respectfully inform their friends aud the pub
lic generally, that they have removed their office
and store to their new building on Frst street, three
doors above Pine street, near the fonndrv, where
they will be able to give more prompt attention
to t he orders of their customers. A large lot of
stoves will be sold out at retail, at wholesale prices,
in order to close out tho stock.
deca KRATZ Ss. IIEILMAN.
CHRISTIAN KB.ATZ WM. IIEILMAN.
KRATZ & HEILMAN.
BIANUFACTUREUS AND BUILDERS OF STEAM
ENGINES ASD BOILERS,
Saw and Grist Mill Machinery, Tobacco Screws,
Guiuniinc Machines, Chinese Sugar Cane Mills.
Tlirnsiutr fllacliliies, Jtc.
nfVtE PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY FOUN
i dry beg leave to inform their friends and the
public in general, that they are prepared to dohill
MACHINE AND FINISHING WORK,
and everything appertaining to the Foundry bnsi
uess. They are manufacturing Steam Engines and
Boilers of any size and power required. Saw Mill
Machinery and Mill Gearing of any size; Distil
lery andMiniDg Machinery, Tobacco Screws, Gum
ming 3facliincs, Thrashing Machines, Malt Mills,
Horsepowers, Corn-shellers, Machinery of all kinds
made and repaired. Iron and Brass Castings a
every description, Iron Housefronts, Cellar Gratfcs,
c. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the latest ink
proved patterns; Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, &c.
BREWERS, DISTILLERS, RECTIFIERS, 4c,
Supplied with every description of Copper ana
Sheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators,
Attemporators, Sparges, Stillheads and Worms on
an improved principle, Columns for Alcohol Stills,
Yeast Jugs, Cans, Syphons, 4c; Copper, Lead and
Iron Pipe; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every
variety, for beer, spirits, oil, if-c.: Brass Cocks and
Valves, Steam Whistles, frc.
Workmen sent to all parts to fit tip work and do
repairs on Steam Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron
OLD METALS BOUGHT.
They are dealing in and selling Allen's Improved
Steam Gauge, Wrought Iron welded Pipes aud Tu
bing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Machine,
Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators, German Bolt
ing Cloth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing, How, f-c,
of the best kind; Tinplate, Sheet Iron, Block Tin,
Pig Iron, Babit Metal, Spelter, Fire Brick.
They have every facility of the best Machinery
and workmen, and will give all work entrusted to
them, their individual attention, filling orderr
promptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied
with reasonable prices.
BtS" Ollica and Sale Rooms, No. 60 Main street;
Fouudi y, Boiler Yard and Machine Shop on Pine
street, between First and Second streets, Evans
Title. Indiana, dec?
grVST RECEtPEMM lO CMSE8 M.71-
lM portod Havana Clears, best brands.
doe31 SCUROEDEB 4 KEHR.
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
INCREASE OF CASH CAPITAL.
FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY ! I
CHARTER PERrE T UA L.
Cash Capital, -Cash
S. L. LOOM IS, President.
II. KcLLOuti, Secretary.
Branch Office, 31 $ 33 W. 3d si., Cincinnati.
M. 31 AG ILL, GENERAL AGENT.
io5 Agents in all the principal Citios and Towns
of the Vuion."T
Losses Promptly Paid !
Applications received. Policies issned and
renewed, and all business pertaining to this agen cy
promptly attended to by
JOHN W. NEXSEJW, Agent.
Office with Dr. Bray, over Adams Express
9 25 sacks B. W. Flour,
25 dozen Shaker Brooms,
4 bbls Onions.
1 bbl Cranlierries,
2 doz jars Brandy Peaches,
200 lbs Shaker Butter,
60 dressed Turkeys.
Just roceived at. PARTNER CALDWELL'S.
Insurance and Ileal Estate
JVo. 87 tfatfis ittrtet , (Src&ntl M-loor),
JL for the following responsible Insurance Com
New York Sec-ubitt Capital ?500,'000
Risixa Sun 200,000
Eagle Insurance Co., Cincinnati 300,000
We also have some valuable real estate for sale
on reasonable terms and fair prices.
5 Lots on Gum street, bet. Third Jt Fourth.
50 acres of the Major Warner farm, on railroad, 8
miles from Evansville.
A farm of 170 acres in Green county, Ind. barn,
well, cistern, houso, stock scale, store house, young
200 acres in Green county 120 of which is prai
rie ; balance timber eight acres in cultivation.
Price S7 60 per acre. Terms $200 cash down ; bal
ance in 1, 2, and 3 years.
A farm of 80 acres, Vi miles northwest of Vin
cennes. Good improvements about fifty aircs
fenced. Price $1,000; one-fourth cash ; balance in
1, 2, and 3 years.
A farm of 20 acres, 6 miles east of Oak Station.
Good frame house and about 100 acres fenced. Price
$10 per aero. One-fourth down ; balance in 1, 2,
and 3 years.
400 acres near Taylorsville, Ind., on liberal prices
A farm near Linton, Green county, Ind. Price
$10 per acre.
Very desirable anl acre 'ot3 0H New-
burgh road, near Weav?r's Garden.
2 BricK Houses on Second street, between Chest
nut and Cherry streets.
15 acres near Salt Well being part of tho
Mitchel tract on liberal terms.
2 blocks in Lauinsco, below the creek.
40-acres adjoiuing Frank Allen's farm, having
stone quary on it.
100 feet on Second street, near Judge Baker's
A farm of Ktf acres in Lower Bayou.
Missouri and Iowa lauds to sell or exchange for
property in Indiana.
Some very valuable land near Mattoon, Illinois,
for sale. E. H. SABIN,
declt; Insurance and Real Estato Agt.
. - 10 dozen axes ;
10 do wood-saws ;
25 do shovel, tongs and forks;
5 do meat-cntters ;
30 do butcher knives ;
5 do butcher saws ;
on hand and for sale by
J. STBAUB A SON,
74 Main street.
WiV M'RMCES OM .Tf T- CUT TK R S
JL and Patent Cross-Cut Sa ws at Jacob Straub 4
Sou's, 74 Main street:
No. 1 Meat-Cutters, worth $2.00, selling at $1.75.
No. 2 do do 2.50, do 2.U0
No. 3 do do 3.00, do 2 50
No. 4 do do 4.50, do 3.50
Tuttle's Fatent Cross-Cut Saws, worth $1. selling
at 80c pi r foot JACOB STRAUB 4 SON,
declo 74 Main street.
OR THE JjlMHEts. J Celt' jfttMr juir
an assortment of Handkerchief Perfumes of
the latest styles, such as "Kiss Me Sweetly," "Kiss
Me Quickly," "Kiss Me if You Dare." Also, an
assortment of Lubin's Extracts, warranted pure
and penuine, at KELLER 4 WHITE'S
ug20-d4w Drug Store.
W rmChoice new molasses. as tine a lot as can be
fouue in the city ; bv the single gallon at 45 cents,
to bo hadouly at ERSKINE, CURNICK 4 CO.
jnnlS 47 Main street.
N. B. Further reductions in prices if necessary !
jT OS.V X.V :HXMmMmMJmt ORIIKK,
for sale by GEO. FOSTER CO.
jan Id Corner Locust street and Canal.
KATES ADllt SLEDS
15(1 prs Skates, for men and boys,
24 fancy Sleils,
24 strings Sleigh Bells.
Just received by GEO. S. SONNTAG.
MOUNTAIN HERB PILLS.
Above we present yon with a perfect likeness of
Tezuco, a chief of a tribe of tho 6trango Aztec Na
tion, that once ruled Mexico. You will find a full
account of him in our pamphlets and almanacs to
be had gratis from the Agents for these Pills.
The inventor aud manufacturer of "Judson's
Mountain Herb Pills" has spent the greater part of
his lib in traveling, having visited nearly every
country in the world. He spent over six years
among the Indians of the Rocky Mountaius and of
Mexico, and it was thus that tho "Mountain Herb
Pills" were discovered. A very interestingaccount
of his adventures there you will find in our Alma
nacs and Pamphlets. It is an established fact that
all diseases arise from
The blood is the life ; and when any foreign or un
healthy matter gets mixed with it, it is at once dis
tributed to every organ of the body. Every nerve
feels the poison, and all the vital organs qnickly
complain. The stomach will not digest the food
perfectly. The liver ceases to secrete a sufficiency
of bile. The action of the heart is weakened, and
so tho circulation is feeble. The lungs become
clogged with the poisonous matter ; hence, a cough
and all from a slight impurity at the fountain
head of life the Blood ! As if you had thrown
some earth, for instance, iu a . ire spring, from
which ran a tiny rivulet in a w minutes the
whole course of the stream becomes disturbed and
discolored. As quickly does impure blood fly to
every part, and leave its sting behind. All the pass
ages become obstructed, and unless the obstruction
is removed, the lamp of life soon dies out.
These Pills not only purify th blood, but regen
erate all the secretions of the body ; they are,
therefore, unrivaled as a
CURE FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, 4c. This Anti
Bilious Medicine expels from the blood the hidden
seeds of disease, and renders all tho fluids and secre
tions pure and fluent, clearing and resuscitating the
rieasant, indeed, is it to us, that we aro able to
place within your reach a medicine like tho "Moun
tain Herb Pills," that will pass directly to the afflic
ted parts, through tho blood and fluids of the body,
aud cause the sullerer to brighten with tho flush of
beauty and health.
Judson's Pills are the best remedy in existence
for the following complaints: Bowel Complaints,
Coughs, Colds, Chest Diseases, Costiveness, Dyspep
sia, Diarrhoea, Dropsy, Dobility, Fever and Ague,
Female Complaints, Headaches, Indigestion, Influ
enza, Inflammation, Inward Weakness, Livur Com
plaints, Lo"wnes8 of Spirits, Stone and Gravel, Piles,
and Secondary Symptoms.
GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE!
Females who value health, should never lie with
out the.e Pills. They purify the blood, remove ob
structions of all Kinds, cleanse the skin of all pim
ples an'i blotches, and bring the rich color of health
to the pale cheek.
The plants and herbs of which these Pills are
made, were discovered, in a very surprising way,
among the Tezucans, a tribe of Aborigines in Mex
ico. Get the Almanac of our Agent, and you will
read with delight tho very interesting account it
contains of the "Great Medicine" of tho Aztecs.
OBSERVE. The Motintaiu Herb Pills are put up
in a beautiful wrapier. Each Box contains 40 pills,
and Retail at 25 cents per box. All genuine have
the signatureof B. L. Judson 4 Co., on each box.
For sale in Evansville by Keller 4 White, Leich
Carlstedt, W. S. Thompson, and Bierbower 4
B. L. JCDS0N 4 CO.,
janl 50 Leonard st., N. Y.
MR i' tJOfHIS ! M'U h: . . II Ii I V'Jil, .'
JW have just received from the Agencies of
the manufacturers ami iLt porters, a fresh lot of de
sirable goods, which nmhes our assortment No. I
3 l!ak ticking ; red, blue, stripe, narrow and
4 Cases assorted bleached muslins.
2 Cases assorted colors, (jeans and tweeds).
2 " Satinets, Cadet, brown aud Ox
1 Case Farmers' double and twisted heavy cas
simeres ; these goods supposed to turn squir
rel shot CO yards.
f CiLse plough, loom and anvil cassimcres.
Cases rich choice styles, fancy prints, (madder
4 Cases neat small figures, madder prints.
2t Dozen ladies double heel ribbed grey mixed
25 Dozeu childreiin' Scotch plain hose.
25 men's grey mixed J-g hose.
10 Bales heavy sheetings 4-4.
15 Dozen men's merino shirts and drawers.
1(10 Dozen Stuart's wax, 2HO yard spool cotton.
ltKHJ Dozen assorted cheap spool cotton.
UK! Dozen Conts' 200 yard spool cotton.
150 Pouuds black patent thread, assorted numbers.
10 Gross bonnet boards.
150 Reams wrapping paper ; crown, medium, and
1 Case plaid linsenys.
6 Bales 4-4 light sheetings.
2 Bales sheeting stripes.
. Cases apron checks.
1 Case j.icqunrd table diaper.
12 Dozen pea-jackets.
1 Case corset jeans.
All fr sale low by KEEN 4 PRESTON.
Tf .1MUES' HE.IM.TJf M'HEHMiH f-Jt-J
ers. I have received the finest lot ef extra
double sole Kid, Morocco and Calf Boots for Ladies,
ever brought to Evansville. Ladies whs wish to
preserve their health, and keep their feet dry,
would do well to call at No. 8 Second street, aud
buy a pair of those extra good shoes.
Also, an assortment of ladies', misses' and cbil
drens' shoes of every description, men's English
riding boots, and fine calf and patent leather boots
and shoes made to order, these hard times, cheap
This being the first 18(50 we have ever had, I
am going to sell at low figures very low. Como
and buy, if you wish to economize. Cut this out
aud hang it nnder your mil rot.
janO No. 8 Second street, Evansville, Ind.
f VWVV RAG8VX) bales extra large and
WT medium, 2 bushels.
100 bundles Double Gunnies, 4 bush.
Also to arrive 78 bales extra large double
sewed Gunny Bags, the best article ever brought
fur this marKet, for sale by
GEO. FOSTER 4 CO.,
dec24 Corner Locust and the Canal.
7 IT..V.7-f MO EE .'a 5 CO MM, 8
WiM- all sizes, from half-inch to 2 inches, received
per railroad direct from the manufacturers, by
dec3 SORENSON A CO.
a JV JPRIMTS
WW 30 bxs Layer Raisins,
30 bxs M. R. do.
30 half bxs do.
30 qr. bxs do.
3 casks Prunes.
3 do do (in boxes),
4 do Figs, in boxes and drums,
3 bbls new Currants.
Also Almonds, Nuts, Citron, Dates, Pie Fruits,
Oysters, Sardines, Lobsters, mixed Pickles, Gher
kins, Extracts of Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, aud
Almond. For sale by M. W. FOSTER CO.
RE CMCMiERS.iO BXS. EMRE
Crackers for sale by
W. FOSTER 4 CO.
H fc -r COMM 8 CORMMJ HE i CO TTOJ,
M.. ?W Manilla, Ilemp, and Jute Rope, of all
sizes ; 100 dozen Bedcords. In store and for sale by
dec2i M. W. FOSTER 4 CO.
S 50 bxs lii ox. Star Candles, 0s and 7s.
25 bxs 14 oz. do do. For sale by
dcc-2tf M. W. FOSTER 4 CO.
TTVST BECBIVEB, MJV TIE TOE
9M order, embracing everything in the trade, and
for sale at paying prices to the purchaser and seller.
Just try, that's all. At
no2 E. S. BABC0CK.
-WWsMEEMsER K JtMfJtfsV HOEmT-
wW sale dealers in Groceries, Produce, Nails,
Window Glass, Glassware, 4c. 4c, No. 47 Main
treet, between First and Second, Evansville, Ind.
E. E. WHEELER. JAMES D. BIGGS,
BRECKENRIDGK COAL Olh.
TE HJVE BEEJ)T JIPMOMJTElM
Agents for the sale of the Breckenridge Coal
Oils, pare and nnadullerattti, and will 811 by tho
barrel or half barrel, at factory prices, freight and
drayaj?e added. It is tho most economical light
known costing less than oite-ib rent per hour.
HORN BROOK 4 CO..
doe23 Water st roet, Evansville, Ind.
5i.i0 quarter boxes sardines;
a half do do
Fresh aud prime, j ust received by .
no2 E. S. BABC'OCK.
BALSAM FOR THE LUKUS!
FOR THH CURB Or
Consumption, Decline, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Wasting of Flesh, Night Sweats, Spitting
of Blood, Whooping Cough, Difficult; of
Breathina. Colds, Couah, Influenza, Phthis
ic, Pain in the Side, and all Diseases of
10,000 DOLLARS REWARD
IS OFFERED FOR A BETTER RECEIPT.
It contain no Opium, Calomel, Nor Mineral Poixon,
and is ue for the Most delicate child.
It is estimated that 150,000 persons die annually
in the United States, with consumption, aud Prof.
Eberly says that a vast number of these could bo
saved by the timely use ot" some proper remedy.
Dr. Hall's Balsam strikes at the root of the dis
ease at once, and such is its speedy effect that any
one using it freely according to directions for twenty-four
or forty-eight hours, and not entirely sat
isfied with its merit, may return it and receive
back their money. The most distressing cough is
frequently relieved U' a siugle dose, and broken np
iu a few hours' time. The afflicted do not have to
take bottle alter bottle before they fiudout whether
this remedy will afford relief or not.
The public have been imposed upon by remedies
recommended by certificates which have always
originated from some unknown source. We believe
that a medicine possessing real nieiits will effect
cures wherever it is nsed, at home as well as abroad.
This is uo paregoric preparation, but one which if
used in season will save the lives of thousands ; and
persons may make this bargain with agents from
whom they purchase : that in every case where it
is nsed freely according to directions, and entire
satisfaction is not given in twenty-four or forty
eight hours, they can return the medicine, aud
their money will be cherfully refunded.
It has eftected cures in numerous cases where the
most skillful physicians in this country and Europe
havejieen employed, and have exercised th ;ir skill
iu vain. Cases which they pronounced incurable,
and surrendered as hopeless beyond a donbt, leaving
tho patient without a single ray to enliven them
in their gloom, have been cured by Dr. Hall's Bal
sam, and the "victims of consumption " are now
vigorous and strong as tho most robust among us.
And these cases are not isolated ones ; they aro nil
merons, and can be pointed out in every communi
ty where .this most unrivaled remedy has been
Be slow, than to believe the oft -repeated stoty
about the lungs being gone; or rather let bo such
apprehension induce yon to give up. Act upon ti e
principle that while there is hope. You can never
be so low that you may not trust, humanely speak
ing, in Hall's Balsam. More than one, nay, hun
dreds hits it brought almost from death to life,
when all else had failed. Give, then, this pt werful
but harmlsss remedy a trial.
Call on the agent and get a pamphlet gratiV. The
treatise on consumption alone is worth the prico of
the medicine. You will find certificates of physi
cians in Cincinnati, and of others whose euros have
been effected here at home, where they can be
We have certificates of its cures from many of
our most respectable citizens men and women
who live and have been cured among us. For par
ticulars we lefer those living out of the city
to our agents. Against such preparations as never
effect cures where it has its origin, we would cau
tion you. Unknown persons and places, aud fic
titious cases, are made subservien t to tho spread
and use of remedies of this doubtful character.
SSS" Be sure and ask for Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam
for the lungs.
For sale by the Proprietors,
A.L. 8GOVILL &, CO.,
No. 12 West Eighth St., Cincinnati.
Also, by Keller 4 White, Evansville, Ind.
N. S. Thompson, "
OLD AND YOUNG
AFFIRM ITS TRUTH, VIZ: THAT
Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative
Will preserve infall!lly, the growth and color of the
hair, if used two or three times a week, to any im
aginable age. Perfectly restore tho gray; cover
the bald with nature's own ornament, the hair;
make it more soft and lieantiful -than any oil, and
preserve tho scalp freo from all disease, to tho
greatest age. Statesmen, Judges, Attorneys, Doc
tors, Clergymen, Professional men, and Gentlemen
and Ladies of all classes, all over tho woi M.'.Nar
testimony that we do not say too much iu its favor.
Read tho" following, and judgo :
PROF. S. THALBEKG, Pi
anist, says, on bis arrival iu the United
States he was rapidly becoming gray, but
on applying Wood's Hair Restorative his
hair soon recovered its original hue.
CHAS. CARDEW, 13 NASSAU ST.,
N. Y., says the gray hairs on his wife'
head were, after a few weeks' trial, turn
ed into a dark brown, at the same time
beautifying and thickening the hair.
A. C. RAYMOND, BATH,
Maine, says he is now sixty years old,
and his hair and whiskers were two
thirds gray, by the use of two bottles of
Restorative the hairs havo disapiieared,
both on his head and face, and ia morn
soft and glossy than for twenty-five
years previous. His wife, at the age of
lifty-two, has used it with the same eitect.
FINLEY JOHNSON, JSSO.., NEW OR
leaus, says that he lost his hair by the
Yellow Fever, in 1854. He used Wood's
Hair Restorative, aud his hair is now
thick and glossy.
S. M. MIDDLET0N, Liv
ingston, Alabama, Bays that the Restora
tive has done much good in his part of
the country. He nsed it for baldm-ss,
and now has a fine head of hair.
T. L. MORSE, LEBANON, KEN
tucky, says he has seen Wood's Hair Res
torative used in hundreds of cases, aud
never knew it to tail in accomplishing
all it professes to do. '
A.J. ALLEN, McLANES-
boro', Ills., says he had the scald head 8
years, and was bald, but by the liberal
use of Wood's Hair Restorative, he now
has a rich glossy head of hair.
835" Sold by all Druggists, and by O. J.
Wood 4 Co., 444 Broadway, New York,
and 114 Market street, St. Louis, Mo.
Keller 4 White, Agents, Evansville.
of the present age, have acquired their great lp
ularity only through years of trial. Unbound
ed satisfaction is renderod by them in all.
G E R 31 A N BITTERS
WILL POSITIVELY CVRE
Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Nervous
Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all diseases
arising from a disordered liver, or weakness of tho
stomach aud digestive organs,
ASin WILL POSITIVELY PREVENT
Yellow Fever, Biliont Ferer, and Fever and Aijue.
See our Almanac for proof. Price 75cts per bot tie.
IIOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC CORDIAL
WILL POSITIVELY CURE
Coughs, Colds, or Uoarseuess, Bronchitis, Iofln
enza, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Cunsumptien
and has performed the most astonishing cures ever
As a Diarrhoea cordial it is uaeqnaled. Price 75
cents per bottle. .
IIOOFLAND'S 'GERMAN PILLS,
being well-known throughout Euroiie and Amer
ica need no commendation here. They aro purely
vegetable, are prepared with great exactness and
sugar-coated. No better Cathartic Pill can 1
found. Trice 25 cents per box.
These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M. Jack
son Jc Co., Philadelphia, Pa., and St. Louis, Mo.
and are sold by druggists and dealers in medicines
everywhere. The signature of C. M. Jackson will
be on the outside of each bottle or box.
In our " Ecerybodtft Almanac," published an
nually, yon will find testimony and commendatory
notices from all parts of the country. These alma
nacs are given away by all our agents.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
See that you get Hoofland's German Bitter's pro
pared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, Pa,, and
that hit signature is on the wrapper of each bottle.
Keller 4 White, Agents for Evansville, Ind.
Leich 4 Carlstedt, do do do
9EW JHOLJI88E8 JJS'MM 8UHJIR !
100 bbls choice new Molasses;
zo nnas Sugar;
To arrive by next steamer for
oct24 E. S. BABCOCK.
TVtfT Mi CEM ITE It A ER H TEJi .-
QM er Lehigh
12 bbls genuine Bourbon Whisky,
3 do do Mononguhela do,
a prime article, which will be sold low for cash.
Apply to WM. J. DEUBLER, Agent
oct20 45 Main et
HOCOMiTE, C I ' U JM . iVi
'Ly Brouia just received at ELLIOTT'S
janl4 Family Grocery.
'w- H ME MM BEEE.-OJVE CJl S li
JLW just received from Wm. Davis, Cincinnati,
and for sale cheap at ELLIOTT'S
janl4 Family Grocery.
P. G. a Co
mSTORJttiE, ERWM JV-, J.V
3 OdMMISSION MERCHANTS. '
General R.iilronC, Steamboat, aud Exprec ARenB
Special A (rents for the - FPU
PENN. CENTRAL RAILROAD-,;
and connections over which we are antboriztu Hi
give through receipts at the lowest possible rales
Having a mammoth Wharfboat at the landing,
tho largest on the Ohio River, capable of Btorin g
and protecting all merchandize liable to damage
from exposure, we are prepared to facilitate the dis
patch of all consignments, forwarded to our car
RIVER, RAILROAD OR CANAL
Particular nttention paid to Receiving, Storin
and Forwarding, also, to the
Sale of any Produce,
or other property, consigned to us forsale, and satis
Office and extensive Warehouse oh Water street,
adjoining the Telegraph, and on the Wharf boat,
where we are to be found, attending to the interests
of our patrons at all hours, day and night.
With our suH-rior facilities; ling standing; nn
tiring energy; and knowledge of our business, we
feel confident of giving general satisfaction, and
hoe to merit a continnance of the extensive patron -age
we are now enjoying.
Liberal cash advances will be made on all consign
ments to either ourselves or correspondents in any
of the principal markets, North, East or South.
P. C. ORJ L EY & CO.
CJ-V-f .. STOMA UE. have a large dou
' ble Warehouse at the Canal Basin, capable of
storing any amount of produce, which will be re
ceived, stored, taken care of and hld subject to the
owners orders on most reasonable terms.
P. G. O'RILEY.
fJWIt O I-W tC JIHMJiJV, MUCK I V-
JLm ING, FORWARDING AND GENERAL
Agents tor Kanawha Salt Company, Evansville, In
diana. We have formed a co-partnership under the
style of Brown 4 Aikh , and offer our services in
the capacity as set forth in our card above.
We are fully prepared to extend every facility to
shippers, either by CANAL, RIVER, or RAIL
ROAD, aud assure them thatltheir interests shall
be faithfully represented, should they bo pleased to
favor us with theirpatrtmage. '
Office and Warehouso on the corner of Main st.
and the Caual.
WM. BB0WN, W. M. ATKMAN,
Late of Howard 4 Brown. Late of FOSTER, 4 Co.
HIKAM KELSON .'. JOSEPH F. M'RKVKOI.IiS.
Auction and Commission.
jye l ao.v te co., successors
to Woolsey Jk Nelson, will continue the
Commission business, both at private salo and at
auction, at the old stand, corner Main and Third
streets, opposite the Washington Hotel, whore
they will pay particular attention to the sale of
everything entrusted to them ; they will attend to
any auction sales anywhere in the city.
Particular attention given to the sale of Lands
and Town Lots, 4c, 4c. febl7-ly
mmjj n ' seSe m e s sc .tuj jv
9lL NEW ARRANGEMENT.
Tho Adam's Express Company rcsectfnlly an
nounce to their friends and patrons, the public of
Evansville and vicinity, that, with increased facili
ties for the transportation of
MONEY AND VALUABLES
' They solicit a continiAnce of former favors. Esw
pecial care taken in the collection of Bills, Drafts,
Notes, and the transportation of small and valuable
All persons wishing to avail themselves of the fa
cilities of the Express, car. obtain any desired infor
mation in reference to the routes and details of the
business, at their Office on First street, between
Main and Locust, opposite the Post Hiiro.
de 1 G. H. FISH. Ae-ent.
More, than Double the Slreti'flh of Ordinary 'oimA .
X.OR H SOJtE tITHOUT
lime, with little tronbie and at trilling ex
pense. The cheapest article ever discovered for the
purpose. One pound will make twelve or lifteeu
gallons of good Holt soap, or nine pounds hard soap.
Printers will find it a stqierior article for cleaning
tyie. It is perfectly soluble and freo from impuri
ties. Broken iu small lumps aud put up m 1, 2, 4 aud
Mannfactnrod at the CHALLENGE CHEMICLA
WORKS, Brooklyn, aud sold by
E. R. RURKEE CO,
oct 3, lyd4w-id 181 Pearl Street, New Vork
"OUR MUSICAT, FRIEND,"
A Rare Companion for the Win
li i i . . i . : . 1 1.. n..i.i;
- iiii )iioiiiii prtK iiru nun weeivijr imu-
j WJJ. cation of Vocal and Pianolorte M u-
sic, costing but lu iKSTS annni
ter, aud pronounced by the entire
Press of the Country,
"THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
WORK OF Til E KIND IN
Twelvo full-sized Pages of vocal and
tH I W-ti. Pianoforte Music
HIT 10 CKT8.
i eai :y .............................. ..w "
Half-yearly !i SU
i3r' Nuliscrilirt to "Cur Musical
Ql IJXJ Frieud," or order it from the nearest
Newsdealer, and von will have Mu-
jjjrfcj sic enough for your entire family at
Trti-l" an iusiguilicaut cist; aud if yon
want Music for the Flute, Violin, Cornet, Clario
net. Accordeon, Ac, 4c, subscribe for the "Solo
Melodist," issued semi-monthly, containing also
twelve pafres. Price, 10 cents per number ; $2 pe
year ; 81 25, six months.
Published and for sale by C. B. SEYMOUR 4
CO., 107 Nassau street, New Vork. dec'il
EVANSVILLE TEA STORE.
WWHERJI8, MJ' ilM.1, .o.nnEB-
wW cial centres like Boston, New York, and
Evansville, business is gradually classifying itself,
tbns affording goods to dealers and consumers at
Itetter rates ; therefore, resolved, that we deal iu
TEA, TOBACCO, tc, 4c, iustead of general gro
We beg leave to call attention to our large and
well selected stock of goods in our lino :
100 chests and caddies assorted leas.
100 boxes Tobacco.
5 bbls Blacking.
0 boxes Ground Spices.
25 bbls Vinepir.
80 gross Gates' Matches.
20 bagsGruiit Pepierand Spice.
100 bills Wrapping Faiier.
50 reams Writing do
4,200 Paper Bags, assorted sizes, very convenient
for retail purposes.
Mustard, iu small and Large tin cans.
Common and fancy Candies, Butterscotch, 4c,
with many other articles usually keut in such
Shaking or Teas, let it be nnderstood that we
are anxious to sell Tea, aud will sell good Tea nt
4oc, 50c, fiOc, Goc, 70c, 75c, 80c,00c, , and fcl.VM
We also have Teas put np in 2, 4, and C lb caddies
to our order, to sell to families. If yon want good
and cheap Tea, call on us. For the present in IV
sey's BIcck ; after tho loth of October, iu Foster's
new Block, on First street.
H3i Call and get some Tea.
E. II. 8ABTN 4 CO.
Rags wanted, for Groceries or Cash.
Enquirer copy. nep'20
jn XCITM .V CO.nPETMTIOJ-!
mLJ Of course tho public will buy Suar and
Molasses where it is sold less thau cost, "aud lower,
if necessary," but Yickery Brothers siipMsiiiK
the eoplo cannot live on corn meal, suirar and
molasses and as they are " ouly to lie bad" at
the New Houses, have turned their attentiou to
selling the other necessaries of life very low, snch
as Buckwhe.'tt Hour, Hominy, Cranberries, White
Beans, Split Peas, Beef Tongues, Dried Beef, Hams,
Fish of all-kinds, together with an almost endless
variety of notions, such as Flavoring Extracts,
Sauce Catsups, Pickles, Oysters, Mace, Nutmegs,
Cassia, and Spices generally. Rememlr, we are
not engaged in the "Ruinous Competition," and
won't put on the tariff too hiu on general
merchandise to make up for sell ins staples less
than cost. VICKEKY BROS.,
82 Main street and Water street.
N. B. We have made arrangements for the right
of selling Sugar and Molasocs, too, and eviiect
some Corn Meal immediately. f janai V. f- h
T I CE OEMtMSSoZuTMO-S
WW Tho co-partnership heretofore .existing l
tweeu William Bierlsiwer and Chits. F. Brougliton,
Druggists, Evansville, I lid., is dissolved this day by
The stock and fixtures are transferred to jtfr.
Wm. Bierb",er, to whom will be due all claims of
tho late iirm, and who will pay all liabilities.
M. BILK HO " Elt.
CHAS. F. RROl'GJITOV.
Evansvilio, Ind., January 14, ItSiiO. janl7-dlui
O.flM.Vf.l'OlH HULS. JUST
received and for sale at
.1. P. ELLIOTT'S
jaul I Family Gricery, Not -:2 Main-st.
Y tttJS'U STO.'ESlM ' TOJS'S UE
WM rea grind stones, all sizes, received to-day by
GEO. S. SONNTAG,
oct2C 10 Main street,
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