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il i .1. t i i t 1 i 'I I ,'. 4! ! f 8 1 !i iit ? Vr 0 I A ' : r i t BATTER OK PAGE. EVERY RIVER ITEMS. ' Regular rackets expecting notices of their running arrangements in the Journal, must advertise with us. All kinds of Steam ' boat Job Work done at short notice, in good style, and at reasonable rates. Extra copies of the paper for sale at all times. .i AKBITED. TE H Fairchild, Louv'e Emma, St Lonls Charley Bo wen, Cairo Scioto, Louisville Kentucky, Louisville Dunbar, l'aducali. t,5PAB,TED. X H Fairchild, Louisv'e Lue Ear, S Carrolltoa Dunbar, Paducah Kentucky, Memphis Emma, Pittsburg . Scioto, Henderson. The weather yesterday was very pleasant, having moderated considerable from the cold of the previous two days. Business was simply non est. Very few boats were at the landing during the day, and what few did stop, hardly got freight enough to Day them for their trouble. The river continues to fall slowly. The Charley Bowen leaves to-day at 12 o'clock for Cairo. Eery convenience to make river traveling comfortable and pleasant may be found on the Charley Bowen ; and a tried and skillful Captam be ing on deck, there is no danger of accidents, Markell still retains his position at the desk a position he sustains with credit to him ' self and the boat. The Dunbar and Lue Eaves departed with moderate trips. The Emma and Kentucky touched in , passing, but did not put off or receive much j freight. We learn that the Freestone, having two barges in tow, and loaded with corn is aground at Grand Chain, and the Wabash is falling so fast, that she will be likely to re main in her position for several days. The James Montgomery is making ' her way from.New Orleans on one wheel. She was so unfortunate as to break one of her cylinders on her first day out from that port. By a private dispatch from Mr. Ed wards, of the Union,' we learn that that steamer left Louisville last evening, and will be at our city to-day, whence she will take her departure for Green River. The Union is a substantial, comfortable boat, and her officers exceedingly accommodating and clever. Passengers or freight will be cared for and delivered in safety at their places of destination. The Scioto No. 2 will leave for Lou isville this morning. Cap t. Ballard presides over her destinies, and Mr. Devol attends in the office. As the Scioto is the only Louis ville packet to-day, passengers should engage their berths on her. We, the undersigned, being passen gers on the steamer Dunbar on her last trip from Paducah to Evansville, feel desirous of expressing to the public our high apprecia tion of the attention and kindnees shown as by the officers during the entire trip, and for the attention manifested and exertions used by them all, to make the trip safe, .l-pleaaant and comfortable. We beg to re turn our sincere thanks, and do most cheer fully and heartily recommend her a3 a boat entitled to the patronage of the traveling public, and bespeak for her a large propor tion of their patronage. W. S. Phillips, Peter R. Givens, R. H. Crowder, W. C. Green, Geo. Payne, S. D. Delaney, A. J. Chapman. Geo. L. Dixon, G. F. Higffinson, Sam. M. Taylor, T. II. Board, N. C. Berry, F. E. Robertson, Bettie Clements, M. E. Cooper, L. M. Clarke, Bettie Givens, Chr3. B. Scuaefer, L. K. IJart, War' ku3 Wolff, Miss Junia Kate Evertson, Miss Rebecca Walker, Miss Ann Clemants, Miss Huldah McCutcheon, Mrs. Bettie Phillips, Miss Cie Ilord, Miss Emmer Sardle, Miss Mary Coffield, Miss Slat Cambron, Miss Sal- Iie McCutcheon, AI. Wolff, W. A. Walston, Berry S. Younp;, C. W. Mile, Sam. R. Gunn, S. Hodge, Ira D. Munn, J. R. Evertson, Bern. F. Wilson, Jos. Specht, O. Robbin, Y. Specht. A. Myere. Geo. A. Allen, and twenty-seven others. Vincsnnet . Correspondence. Vincennes, Feb. 3, 10 a m. . .. - " Capt. Sutton has concluded to lay np the Mara Cook till the river rises. fane is drawing 5J feet water, and there i3 only feet scant on the Nine Mile Riffle. w. h. w. -Receipts by Railroad. February 3d, 18C0. 75 bbls flour, 12 tcs pork, 30 Ixl Is hubs, 10 bdls felloes, 6 ttdls spokes, I A Crane; 1 bx leather, lloeder & Becker; 3 cases, J II Mughee: 5 cases sardines, 1 case cassia, Soronson & Co; 2 bzs dress ed poultry. Cook & Langley; 322 bush corn, Geo Foster A Co; 1 case paper hangings, Schmidt A Stark; 40 bbls S tobacco, Fendrich Bros; 1 case, 2 bbls, Geo S Sonntag; 6 casos, Babcock s. Co; 9 bgs coffee, Bement A Viele; 752 pes bulk meat, W E French Co; SI bgs coffee, Orr, Dalzell A Co; 39 bes coffee, Soronson Si Co; 270 bush corn, J b Ja- quwi A Co; 1 car load hay, Vickery Bros; 32 dry hides, Bement S Viele; 1 bx, w E French; 3 ska, 3 kgs, Brown St Aikman; 2 bbls butter, 2 bgs seed, Preston Bros; 775 bush wheat, J R Mills A Co; 1 k feathers, E S Babcock Co; 40 bbls whisky, Al- lis A Howea. A. E. SHRADER, Agent. A Hoo Living Eight Weeks Without Food. We learn that a farmer of Franklin county missed one of bis fat bogs some time ago, and searched the whole neighbor hood without finding it. At the expiration of eight weeks, less two days, he found the bog in a hollow log, not far from bis bouse, where it had evidently been all the time, without food or water. Having crawled into the loff, it was unable to get out, and there it bad to remain. Strange to say, the animal was alive: it could not move, and only uttered a feeble grunt when taken hold of and pulled out of the log. The farmer conveyed it to his house, caused it to be fed on slops eat corn it couldn't, for want of strength and it now bids fair to become a respectable porker again in the course of time. Some of our readers may be disposed to consider this a hard story, but we are assured on good authority that it is true. Conner sville Times. S2F A writer in an Augusta, Georgia, paper is somewhat severe anon the manu facturing jewelry establishments. He says : " I have visited these Northern jewelry manufacturies, and testify that there are numbers which makr such stulf especially for auction sales at ihe 3outh. I speak from knowledge when I say that a five dollar gold piece will make a barrel full ot fine (? ) breast pins, ear-rings, lockets and full sets generally. So, too, with their silver ware. Most of it is made of zinc, and coated with the finest possible layer of silver. The whole thing is an intentional swindle Iroin begin ning to end. ' giayThe Newriuryport, Muss., Railroad, carried seven hundred and thirty cases of shoes, or about forty thousand pairs, from Haverhill to Boston, a day or two ago, con signed to one of the South Carolina dis unionists. fgy Roliert Broderlck and John Brode rick, residents of New York City, state that they are the uet heirs to the late Senator Broderick's property, Senator B.'s lather .and their father being brothers. RBADINQ STEAMBOATS. REGULAR PACKETS. s vmlm.ms, pa it r cau, ajs'mm MUM CAIRO REGULAR PASSEN GER PACKET, CHARLEY BOWEN, Dextj.s. Master, leaves JSivansviue Tuesday and Saturday, at 12 o'elock M., arriv- inc at Paducah at b o clock, A M., Cairo at 12 o'clock. M., 'Wednesday and Saturday. Re turning, leaves Cairo every Wednesday aud Satur day, at 7 o'clock, P. M., aud Paduc ah every Thurs day and Sunday, at 9 o'clock, A. M., connecting at Evansville with the Evansville and Crawfordsville K. It., and Packets for Green River. Also, con necting at Sniithland with Cumberland River Pack ets ; at Cairo, with Memphis, New Orleans and fit. Louis Packets. Tickets can be obtained on board the boat for all Eastern Cties. sepfJ3 WJi VAJVS VML,M,M1 AJJ J J 11 UCAH JMJd P A C K E T The fine steamer DUNBAR. Gus. Fowler, master, JJnfLg leaves Evansville every Monday.tfiTr'.V .'.jjjz6 Wednesday, and Friday, at 12 o'clock M. Leaves Paducah every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 o'clock A. M. Connecting at Evansville with the Evansville and Crawfordsville Railroad for all points North and East, with packets for Louisville Green, and Wabash rivers. At Paducah with pack eta for St. Louis, New Orleans, and the Daily Mail boats for Cairo, Nashville, and Tennessee river. -Business promptly attended, and charges for freight and passage, same as charged by the regu lar packet. Through bills of lading given to , New Orleans and all points on the Tennessee and Cum berland rivers anglS Tl MS UMjA Mt Mi O VMS V M Mj Ms Ml , JLi EVANSVILLE AND HENDERSON Packet. The new t JLjlJJ? and magnificent Steamer GREY Jr. --I A EAGLE, W. H. Daniel, Captain ; J. a. Duncan, Clerk, leaves Louisville every Wednesday and Sat urday at 4 o'cIock P. M. Leaves Evansvile every Monday at 12 M., and Thursdays at 5 o'clock P. M. janl7 MZIOR SOUTH CA UROL.TO.V AJS'MJ Mr POND RIVER. The elegant passenger steamer LUE EAVES, MrDnvii.n. Master, will make regu lar semi-weekly trips to South Carrolton aud Pond River, leaving on Tuesdays ana naays. For freight or passage, apply on board. de20t FOR WABASBrRIVER. MLm Ihe new and light draught steamer MASONIC GEM, Pillsbury Master. McDonald Clerk, will make regular trips between Evansville aud all points on the Wabash, during the season. For freight or passage apply on ooarq. jan.tm MnMl&UMjAR H-TJSJBJtX-IfrVfM.. an JKeV PACKETS! The fine light draught steamer T- Done, . LEWIS DAVIS, Master Wm. M. List, Clerk. Leaves Evansville on Saturdays, at IS a ciock. Leaves Hutsonville ou Wednesdays, at 12 o'clock. SPEED, COMFORT, RELIABILITY, SAFETY. liato Sarcliot, JOHN McULAIN - Master. Thos DusorcHET C'lerK. Leaves Evansville on Wednesdays, at 1 o ciock. Leaves liutsonville on Saturdays, at 12 o'olocK. These two boats will run regularly during the season, connecting at Hutsonville with the Hutsonville, Terre Haute, aud Lalavette racKCt, MASONIC GEM. Freight and Passengers receipted through to all points. fassengers ana snippers may reiy upon iu insu larity of these bouts. A 11 orders and business en trusted to them will be promptly attended to. T9MS GUM, A Mt WJM MM JM S MM R M V Mi Mt Mm- Packet, the light draught steamer, CAS I LK GARDEN, Consoi, master, oneoie. clerk, will make regular trips between ! Evansville and Eugene auring tne sea son. For treignt or passage apply on uuaru. jan24. WM Mi M IS MM Mt M V 'Mt it Packet, the splendid light drauht i steamer FRKES TON E, .Uoses KirK- I Datrick. master, will ntk9 rr rularEi trips during the seaat u between Evansville and Attica, leaving Sivausviue luesoavs uuu arriving on Saturdays. jan24 JBUVM.JH tirjMMJSMf MJtt'KMZT, The lighi draught steamer MARY COOK, Sutton Master, Igli-ina EcnijED, Clerk; will make regit- wis uamfe lar trips between Evansville aud Eugene, during the season. For treignt or passage, nppiy ou uimru. janl9 tf. charlesTevert. SAIL-MAKER & RIGGER, -WOUM,M MJVJPOMtM 8TMiJMjn.ltVT WW Captains and the public in general that be has on hand a valuable lot of TA KFAU L1KS OF ALL SIZES, which he will ell cheap. Old Tar paulins repaired ou short notice. Fire Screens, Boiler Deck curtains, niaae ana pui np, complete. All rieidne work doue on short notice. Also, ropes neatly spliced. Call at his room, over J. U. Venneman s store. ""' NEW ORLEANS CARDS. H. A. BBOWJJ. U. J . W1NBOKN R. A. BROWN & CO., CO MMISSIO N AND FORWARDING MERCHANT, No. 8 .Magazine Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. St- Particular attention paid to the sale of West ern produce. Personal attention paid to lorwiird- mg Morchaudise. gi R. H. SHORT &, CO., Commission Merchants, No. 94 Camp Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. a. H. SHORT. I oufJ-bMiu 1 B. M. HOWAKU. B. H. 1'AIHUHU.U JOHS W. BINOUAM E. H. FAIRCHILD & CO., (Successors to T. C. TwtTCHELL A Co.,) Commission Merchants, 70 POYVRAiS STREET, oct 4 JiCW OKI.nJAlVS. v Ji. ui.-JH x co.,'vlnjntti 9 sion and Forwardiug Merchants, No. ii'l, Poy- ilras Street, New Orleaas, La. my2U-dwly ryv &.jOMiM,,8TOCMtVOnnM8SMVS .Mt. aMerchant and proprietor New Orleans. La. Stofik Stables, jan22'57-ly. f XKMJMt. MtMiM, MtttjyMniMO, 'vo.fi.fi -sion Merchant, No. 7 Lafayette street, New Or leans, for the sale of butter, cheese, lard, eggs, dried fruits. Flour, Meat and all sorts of Western Pro duce, and for the purchase 01 groceries, Jec. l asn advances 111 ado 011 consignments. mal5-ly CX.1Kt. THK VJyrMM JE Mt SM WwV Mt , for many years chief Clerk in the bonne of JOHN HL'KLeV Sl Co., begs to oner his services as Commission Merchant, to the friends and patrons ef that house, now that it has retired from business. With this end iu view I have formed a co-partnership ith Mr. E. W. Benton, senior of tlio old and well known firm of E. W. Benton it Co., under the name and style ot BENTON 4 RING, to take place from the 1st of May, proxi The subscriber relies for support upon the fritmds of the old bouse of J011N HURLER & Co., who have had opportunities of oxjwriencing the prompt ness and ability with which he attended to their business. Verv respectfully, THOMAS KING, Corner of Lafayette and New Levee str-ts. New Ot leans, Anril 27, lsos. - augn-y JOS. W. DOUGHERTY,-- Forwarding and Commission, NEW ORLEANS, Lodisia.na. Refers to Messrs. ALLIS Sc HOWES, ap6-ly Evansville, lml. s. twichell; COMMISSION AND FORWARDING NERCHAST, ST. LOUIS, MO Lfberal advances made on consignments to either of oar houses. UEFFR TO Messrs. Allis & Howes, Bement Jfc Voile, Howard & Brown , Evansville. jyo TrtirAM', UMtEJTMlOVSM tt '., WW COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, No. IS Perdrat Street, NEW ORLKANS, LA. CXElf WILKIN. ..W. B. GRATHOUSE.,.JOS. U1TZINOKR. Wa give our personal attention to the nk of To bacco, Corn, Wheat, ilay, Oats, Flour, Pork, Baci-n, Lard, &e. Hiil4 B. P. ETIIKLL...R. G. AHBOTT...7EH. FALLiT B. P. ,E T H E L L & CO., Commission and Forwarding NO. IOI MAGAZINE ST., NEW oKLKAN.S, LA. kEFEUKNCKs: Geo. Foster A Co., Browu A Aikiuau. aud P. t. O'Rilev, Evansville, lud. A. W. Phelps X Sou, Minor A WvetJ, iicwbuig, Iil.l. . M. I-areu worth, Esq., John U. Ktertsoii, Esq., Mt. Vernou, lud. G. P. lludspelb 6l Co., Boonville, lml Geo. Atkinsou, Es., W. W. Catlin, Esq., Hen derson, Ky. Nawcouib A Bru., D. 8. Benedict "& fjun, Louis ville, Ky. yt BUSraESS!,CARDS. El W torneys at iw, Notaries Public inu " I Is- t. .ate Agents, Evmsville. Indiana; - Will, practice law in the Courts tf t.. te, ; jrill attend to the collection of claims in an . of the United States, will buy and sell real estaUs ihe ; :ity of Evansville, in Vanderburgh and adjo:.-.iug ; Xmutiea and in the West generally, and will perform , any other duties pertaining to Attorneys or Real i Estate Agents. Lots and farms always for sale. ' German spokeu by a 'member of the firm. MtaVUftice on Third., street, opposite the Curt i House, in the rooms formerly occupied by the bite 1 firm of Deuby & Lunkenheiiner. cuaki.es bknbv........;...iuxodour w. venemaxn. nov30-6nid ENCOURAGE HOME LABOR. I -Jf1 MM. JMMSaMtJftO, CM MtKMJt tiMi , MUm MANUFACTURER, Main street, near the Canal, EVANSAtLLB, lsn. Has ou hand a large stock of Buggies and Wagons of every variety all -of his own manufacture which he will warrant to be superior to any work to be purchased at the East for the same prices. During tbo late hard times, aud the inclement win ter with its impassably muddy roads, the demand for Carriages has been light, and his stock has ac cumulated in his wareroonis ; to dispose of it, nd to relieve himself from a tlight pecuniary pressure, he will sell at remarkably low prices. Any person who wants a beautiful Buggy at a bargain, will find a better chance for a trade than he has ever had be fore, at - DEGARMO'S. Thomas Redmond, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries, Produce, & Liquors, JVo. 133 Motff'a Mtloek, JBain St. THM2 VJ'lt MiHHi iJ.yji It, MM J VMJYfM removed to No. 132 Posey's Block, Main Btreet, and disposed of his old stock of Groceries, is just receiving a new aod enlarged assortment of GRO CERIES, LIQUORS, 4c, which he will sell, either at wholesale or retail, as cheap as can be'purchased in this market. Having purchased my stock for cash. I can sell mv goods at Manufacturers' prices. To my old customers both, in town and country, I tender my grateful acknowledgments for past fa vors, and hope by strict attention to business to merit a continnance of their patronage. BS8" Goods delivered in any part of the city free of charge. sep26 T. REDMOND. New Grocery Store. flVtlSAA0 TO jmccojumommatmi WW the public and ourselves as much aa possi ble, we have opened a branch ot our establishment at NO. 8, WA TER ST.. BET. MAIN & SYCAMORE, where we would take pleasure in supplying fami lies and steamboats with fancy and staple groceries, provisions, Ac, at the lowest possible rates. It is our intentien to do as near a CASH business as pos sible, at the new store, but for the accommodation of prompt paying patrous who may not have the "needful" convenient, we will take their order and have them charged at the old stand, No. 82 Slain street, where business will be carried on as former ly. Tboso interested in the purchase of steamboat stores will please give us a trial, as we think we can make it their interest so to do. VICKERY BROS. decG Nos. 82 Main, and 8 Water streets. Wholesale and retail dealer in TOYS AND NOTIONS, NO. 1 MAIN STHEET, MVwMMMlltMS V.V Mi MS MOP.VMM J WW tnl I stock of all the novelties of the day ior the Fall Trade and Holiday PresentB, including Pianos, Melodoons, Violins, Harps, Accordeons, Fifes, Flutes, Toy Drums, Guns, Dolls, Balls, Tea Sets, Tops, Marbles, Chessmen, Domiuos, Fire Works, Gold Plated and Gilt Jewelry, dc. Couu try and City Trade solicited by oct29-ly A. C. PTJSHEE . JOS. SCIIOEN FELD7 MANUFACTURER WHOLESALE DEALER IN CLOTHING ! CLOTHS, CA SSI MERES, SATIN ETTS, TWEED GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, Hats and Caps. No. 3 Main Street, bet. Fibst and SSecono. sep!2 EVANSVILLE. INlt. Jtl. X. JOMMJVSO.V, MtOOK MtMJX'MI- ER AND jsBrafyi ti l.Ti.-i.iir rjiaiiK jiouK iiauuia.ciurf First St.. bet. Main and Locust EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. 3r Blank Books ruled, puged and made to order of the best paper, from a Memorandum to the largest Ledger. Music and Maga7jnes bound in uuy style. jetti-djfcwtl" ' hTTi TjIinn "A," AH.C XX ITECT, OFFICE ON THIKU STREET, BETWEEN VINE AND DIVISION. H" Phins, Specifications, Detail Drawings, &c, f Public and Private Buildings prepared on ret ainable terms. sepm-tilll jSJMMtM&TJV' MiHOTMMMtHS, WliiH.k jT SALE GROCERS, Dealers iu Foreign u:id Do mestic Liquors, corner First and Sycamore strews, Evansville, lud. ap30-ly jTi e it 11 v e la 1a iTt T ' s CITY NO. 45 MAIN STUEE T, EVANSVILLE, IND. IfrST Particular altwu lion given to Photograph and Melaiuotyjies. sepo-ly MTMcGrifr," WUOLKSALK UKALKR IN . GROCERIES & LIQUORS, JVo. lis West jv'lrst street, ap25-ly EVANSVILLE, 1ND. jr tt MM MS U T MtO AKt'HiTMU-T. jEaOtlice ou Second street, between Vine and Di- vixiou, next door to the old Presbj'terian Church IMmis. stiecifications, detail urawiugs, Jkc, tor all classes of buildingi, prepared on short notice, and ou reasonable ter'fci.- a"?' Watches andTewelry. P. I- CEISSLER MAIN ST., BETWEEN THIKDAND FOURTH, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. JMWJiVMJS" JUST Mt MITti RJTMi It FROM MM. the East, where he has purcnasea a ieauriiui assort- V nient of WATCHES, CLOCKS, and JEWELRY of everv des cription, the undersigned is prepared to suit pur chasers in everv particular. He invites an exami- imtiiou of bis goods ancl prices. P. L. GIESSLER. N. B. Watches and Clocks repaired and war ranted. sep'JS-dl W. H. P. STODDARD, (WT T Mf MS ttM.lt MiSTJItl.ISHICU WM. DRUG STORK. No. 17 Main street, con tin ties to keep ou hands a full and complete supply ol Mediciues, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, Brushes, Perfumery, " Lumps, Burning Fluids, &c. Which he sells at as low a figure aa any bouse 111 the city. Also, a large slid varitd aasertmei t of AMBROTYPE STOCK. CAMERAS, CASES, A VD CHEMICALS, In fact, everything appertaining to the art. Orders promptly atiendi-d to, and forwarded by stcanilio.it or Express to any part of the country. sc t2n NEW DRUG STORE. ym vov irvf.rr mirvos ttit jnutt M. icines that yon can depend npou, call at rhniupson s New Store, corner ut ivjairi Hint Sec ond streets. He has a splendid stock of Drugs, M,ili.:iu.-s, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuls, Window-Glass, Pwrtiimcry, Patent Medicines, Varnish; hie, Dair, Tooth. Nail, Clothes, and Hand Brushes; li.-iir Oils, fumades. Pomatum, aud Hair Tonics iu endless va riety. The Ladies cau find all the latest Toilet ar ticles out, and of the very best quality. If you want cheap and good goods, go to THOMPSON'S New Drugstore. decll 71. MAGHEE & CO. rwRMS A-air rmsjimmw for tmmmsmr 3t FALL TRADE, with a stock of Goods every way suited to the wants of tile countrv, and invite the attention of MERCHANTS to their extensive atCK-k of DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED DRY GOODS AND BOOTS AND eSilOES, which is very complete and very cbeap. We in vito Merchants to examine our stock before going further from home, ad we will pell them cheaper thaii they can buy good elsewhere and get them home. ; pppT4 HOTELS. ' - - HRH It 'it OMiMOt'SMi, it'll. M,V l Bit US, Proprietor. Corner First and Locust ! streets, Evansville, lud. One stjnaro from steain j boat lauding. mv5-l) 1IT' HOTMiL, UJVJSR HTHMiKT, ' lietween Main and Division, Kvansville, Ind. jctl-tf WM. H. BOICOl'HT. Prop. (m.HMiRMfAJ' MHttS,'USlT4IJ; MS WjBL the largest aud litt arranged Uoiel iuthu ! Nvv Kuglaud Slates; is centrally located, and euy ' ol access from all the routes of travel. I, contains all theuuHlcru impioveuieiits.iind every conveuit-nee lor the comfort and nccouimodat ion ot the traveling public. Tliesli'rniiigro uis are large and well vn i Hint, '.I; tli suites of rooms are well arranged, and completely furnished for families, and large travel ing parties, aud the house will continue to tie kept s a first-class hotel iu everv respect, aptt-ljr ; LEWIS RICE, Prop'r. glUBR ! iTuMTRTtliKB!i BUlIs m extra hne t T. KKDMOND'S, dec3 Posey's Block, Main street. n MISCELLANEOUS. g-AMMJIRMjMtit BAR COCK, M.UPORTM2R 'LV aud Dealer in Coach and Saddlery Hardware, Main street, near Water. DTaving com. pie ted my sr. range me nti with Eurepe an and AmerJ ican manu facturers foro direct supply of all goods in my line, I am enabled to of fer inducements, thut cannot fail to be to the interest of all en gaged in the busiuess to give me a trial. I name is part: axles, springs made of the best steel; bands, enameled and of all kinds of leather; cloths, linings for carriages, varnishes, castings ot all kinds, saddle trees, English bridle leathers, bits, stirrups, spurs, hanies, fine silver hames of all kinds, Jenny Liud Gig Trees, self-adjusting pads, Taylor's patent hames, fly nets, shoe threads, horse blankets, London Girth Webs, American Girth and Rein Webs, both cotton and worsted; London Welt Skins, a superior article; ivory, gutta percha aud brass lined martengal rings; superior kerseys for horse covers, the best quality of carriage bolts, patent gig trees, Ac, Ac. I keep in fact everything appertaining to either branch of the busiuess, aud understanding both branches thoroughly, we would respectfully invite your attention before purchasing elsewhere. I Am also agent for Ward's Patent Spring Saddle. sp2t-diw ETTlBABCOGK, "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. Have constantly on hand Sash, Doors and Rollino and Stationary Shade Blinds, of Superior Alle gaDy Lumber, well seasened, and neatly and strong ly manufactured. WHOLESALE CASH PRICES. SASH. THICK NESS. 1 l?l . PBICE FEB winnow. 9 32 38 44 52 52 size. 8x10 , 8x10 10x12 10x12 10x14 10x14... IJ4- 62 76 80 84 10x15 10x16 10x1 1 10x16 10x18 vy Ws 1 10 1 25 1 50 1 40 12xlG 12x18 -1 Check Rails Sash of other sizes on hand, or put up at short notice. DOORS. size. thickness. price 2-6x6-6 1 - 1 35 " - " 1 1 80 " ls 2 00 2-8x6-8.. 1 . 1 50 " y& 1 70 ik - 2 ot " l 2 15 ik : 2 50 2-10x6-10 yt 1 00 y. 2 20 1 2 25 " lZ . 2 65 3x7 114 250 - Us 2 65 1) 2 85 ' Yil 3 10 BL1ND&. Price. Price. SUa. Stationary Slal. Rolling Sltitf. 58x10 $1 25 . 9 1 71 50x12 1 25 I 71 00x14 : 1 50..... 2 O 10x15 10x16 10x18 1 75 2 25 2 25 2 75 2 50 . 3 (X) 3 00 3 50 12x18...., FRAMES Door and Window BIZK. THICKNESS. PR1C. 6x10 1 60 10x12 1 00 Other sizes made to order. BLINDS of all sizes made to order. IfeS" DOOKS other than regular sizes on hand, or made ou short notice. Doors moulded to order. Builders should, if pos sible, make their Frames d,f regular sizes, they can then be supplied at any time. , Oiling, Siding, and' Flooring for sale. Mould ings of ail sizes. Fencing Boards 4V feet long, for Hiiie cheap. One Window contains twelves lights. All orders must be addressed to K. S. BABCOCK. myll-lydSw Kvansville. Ind. y hand a supply of We can also furnish TRACK SCALES of any ca pacity. These Scales are from the manufactory of E. T. FAIRBANKS CO., St. Johnshnrg, Ver mont. Every Scale is tested and sealed, and war ranted correct. For testimonials we refer to the thousands of persons using them. IIORNBItOOK CO., Agents, nov24 Water street. Kvansville. JSlSL' have removed to Water street, three doore above Main. WE are now manufacturing Welld' Patent Fold ing Spring Bed, the beat aud most couvenieut now in iide, ai it cau be moved or handled without any trouble. Call and examine them. jun25 ,jS I f rafiSHI W 8 0 1 iiv;j, MISCELLANEOUS. J0HH A. REITZ......i.....JOHNA. UANEY. CRESCENT CITY O TJ INT X 3Ft TStT - EVANSVILLE, IND. The proprietors of the CRESCENT CITY FOUN DRY beg leave to inform their friends and the pub lic in general that they are fully prepared to make to order all kinds of MACHINFRY Needed for Mills or Manufactories of any kina Having a groat variety of patterns for HILL GEARING, of any size, and STEAM lS.Mtjil.at US of any power required. Also manufacturers of DISTILLERY. AMI MlJNIJNfcf MAliHlBlKI, TOBACCO SCREWS AND FINISHERS, MALT MILLS; SASH, MULEY : AND IMPROVED Circular Saw Mills, : GUMMING MACHINES, - . IRON FRONTS for House?, CHINESE SUGAR CANE MILLS, STEAM BOILERS IMPROVED LARD TANKS, And in fact evorvthing in the IRON FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. nrt.iss cjtsTMjvatt made to order. ALSO Dealers in a superior article of THRESHING MA CHINES, And Powers' complete, of the latest improved style. IMPROVED STEAM GAUGES, GUM BELTING AND PACKING, WROUGHT AND WELDED PIPE, LEAD AND COPPER PIPE, AND FIRE BRICK, All at MANUFACTURERS' PRICES. ft" Highest price always paid to old METALS, At the old Stand Corner Csnal and Ingle street ' REITZ fc HAM BY, N. B. Workmen sent to all parts to put up Ma chinery and do repairs in Boilers. THRESHING MACHINES Always on hand and for sale. je22 f. PJVMIRMMl SI 9 RaiBins and Currants, Fig9, Dried Apples, and Dried Peaches, 21 bbls Green Apples, 100 bushels Ear Corn, 200 bushols of them extra Pink Eye Potatoes. Just received at T. REDMOND'S, dec23 Posey's BIock, Main street. CHILLS AND FEVER. TfT MS HTUJtlMiI'-t S S MJ f JL strange that persona will continue to shake from day to day, week to week, and month to month, with Ague, when seventy-live cents invest ed in Dr. Marker's Chlorine Ague Killer would cure them sound and well. Try it. For sale at octlO THOMPSON'S Drugstore. MMTH'S MS MM CI MS TOOM.S From aud after this date, January 2d, 1860. a complete as sortment of our tools will be found at GEORGE S. SONNTAG CO., No. 10 Main street, with whom we have made arrangements to sell ur goods, at our prices, and make good all tools that are broken by defect in workmanship. jan!2 J. C. & i. G. SMITH. WJfOMMi MJlJYUJFACTVRMiSW dozen MM Smith' b superior axes. 10 do Smith's drawing knives. 20 do " hatchets. 5 do " grubbing hoes. For sale No. 10 Main street, janl2 GEO. S. SONNTAG tr CO. FT RJM.MSSJVO. 1 OA KIM RECEIVED 9 jf per steamer Lehigh, by declO MJRENSON & CO. St. Charles Saloon. NEW PROPRIETORSHIP AN ENTIRE RE-ORGANIZATION. JBYBSSRS. HJMMM2R tt Ml R Mil FUSS, W fJL from New Orleaue, have purchased the ST. CHARLES SALOON, on First street, nearly oppo site the Post Otlice, and have refitted it iu an ele gant and attractive style. The new proprietors have had long experience its keepers of fashionable and popular Restaurants iu New Orleans, and they will endeavor, lu their new house, to combine all the elegancies and luxuries of Northern and Southern Uedtaurats iu the ST. CHARLES. They have brought a largo and complete stock ef choice Liquorn from New Orleans, which they collected with care during their business in that city. Their connections and acquaintance in that city will enable them to obtain the choicest sup plies of Liquors, Fruits, and luxuries from that market in future, and they will spare no expense nor pains to make the ST. CHARLES surpass, hereafter, its former representation, as a pieman t Saloon, a place of good living, and elegant, retiued anil luxurious resort. Billiard players will find at this Saloou a set of the finest marble top Billiard Tables, from the well known aud celebrated factory of J. M. Bruns wick A Co. The undersigned flatter themselves that long ex perience aud careful attention will enable them to merit a reputation eijual to any Saloon in the west ern country. IK" A splendid Lunch will be served up in the most approved style, evtry morning at 10 o'clock. HAMMER & DREIFUSS, augl Late of New Orleans. -fJOIJMJS'Cy FURS .'Those wishing to buy Fancy Furs at a very reduced price, have now an opportunity. Our stock being quite large, con sidering the advanced season, we are determined to sell it out, even txdow the cost. Come aud see for yourself. No. 39 Main street, janll VALUER &MARCONNIER. JMWMZJMMJiM T JIMMMiMC .'At the Eu W Utreka Bazaar, will be found a constant supply of Pare Fresh Milk, at the lowest market price, janll COOK A LANGLEY. r&ioMiMio To - m'mYHjymi -.- JL TYPE ARTISTS. KELLER tt WHITE, at the solicitation of a number of artists, have brought on a complete as sortment of PHOTOGRAPH k AMBTiOTYPE STOCK, Consisting of every style of CASE, PLATES, BATHES, CAMERAS, STANDS, CHEMICALS, A'C, Ac, with which they are prepared to furnisl. the trade at Cincinnati prices. All orders w ill re ceiv? prompt attention. K ELLEK A WHITE, jH28-dwlm No. 32 Main street. lrtivf t1bmmJto itmmjb affamrs l& of the Skcvritt Inscsanck Company, October 1, 1859 . . . - ASSETS. Cash on band : 3 060 45 C.i?li iu Continental Bank, -awaiting In- - vestment ; 89,524 05 Cash in Bank Commonwealth..... 5,197 47 Total - S95,3l 97 Bnnk Stocks 50 shares Rank Commerce " " SO Am'n Ex. Bank ' ino " Bunk New York " 14 ' B'k N. America 214 shs par val. $21,50o Worth 22,704 25 Temporary Loans secured by 11,008 U. S. Coupon Bonds and 25 shares Resolute Fire Insurance Company 12,300 00 Bonds and Mortgages being first lien, Ac.40.Sl50 00 Premiums tincollecied... ". 2,601 80 Accrued Ins. on Bonds and Mortgugo.A - Temporary Loans 6,764 79 Balance dne from Agents 19 99 Total 8544,891 80 Capital Stock $500,0110 Ot) Surplus 44,i-91 80 3544,891 80 No Liabilities. JOSEPH WALKER, Pres't B. L. Haydock, Secretary. STATE OP NEW YORK, ) ' , CITY COUNTY OF NEW YORK. ) Personally appeared before me this 20ih day of November, A. D. 1859, Joseph Walker, President, and Richard L. Haydock, Secretary, of the Secu rity Fire lu.iumnce Company, of the City of New I York, and eeverally affirmed that the within state-' ( meut by them subscribed is correct and true to the j best of their know ledge and lielicf. j THOS. L. THORN ELL, I Commissioner for the Stale ut Indiana, j in New York. 1 This Company has complied with the law of In- i diana concerning Insurance Companies, and is pre- i pared to take risks iu the City of Evansville aud i Vanderburgh county, lud 1 E. H. SABIN, Ageut, I decl6 M7 Main street. " ' ' LADIES, ATTENTION I ! QTMSMSM, FMRMS SMSTTS AT t'OST! j 10 setts Steel (shoveU tongs, and poker,) at a little over half price, to clone out tin lot. Some of I them are really beautiful patterns. I janlO.. CHARLES S. WKLLS. I MISCELLANEOUS. jTIHK SCMWT CMTV TO ItJMCCO Ml C Xr TORY. The undersigned having enyraged in the Tobacco Business, with the purpose of supply ing, if possible, the wants of the home market, I am now repared to offer a well selected stock of nianufaitr -vl Tobacco from Missouri, Kentucky, and Teni.stce Leaf, iu Pounds, Fives, Halves, Eights,ial t arters, in any desired package. Terms liberal, and acceptable discount lor Cash purchases, but no sale less than five boxe. A. GUMBKKTS, jy28 No. 105 Main street, Evansville, Ind. tMM,LMS K MMOWMSS, WUTMSR ST., 1 luJt door above Vine, sole Manufacturers of the Celebrated Magnolia Whiskj OF KVANSVILLE, INO. f) All kluds of Domestic Liquors, aud cou m a large supply of Old and Choice Bourbon Rf. aad Mouongahela Whisky. augl-dAwly STOVES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. ia:i.!.wii:i,ri SCANTLIN & STEPHENS Havjust received a full supply for their Fall and Winter Trade, and every description of STOVES, GRATES, TIN WARE, and KITCHEN UTEN SILS. Their stock embraces all varieties of COOKING, PARLOR, AND OFFICE STOVES AND GRATES, with and without mantles, ail of tbe newent and most apprised patterns. The stock embraces the greatest variety ever brought to this market. It has been ielerted by one ol'the partners in persn, from the largest stocks of the manufacturers in Pitt burg, Cincinnati, Hnd Louisville, and has been purchased on terms that will allow the undersigned to se tt the very lowest cash prices for which such articles can be had iu this market. ' ; Mr" Call at the sign of the Cooking Stove, No. i:t Main street, opposite the . Slate Baulk, between Water and First streets. sepl2-dAw:im SCANTLIN A STEPHENS. TILI, .- n.i.Vli jMJS'II . MIMiVtSU- M INK ft TO SUCCEED GEORGE THOKNHILL takes pleasure in in orming bis old customers that iu the quality and style of his work, he flatters himself he cannot le excelled. He may still be found ut the corner of Second anil Main streets, where the choicest Har ness and Saddles of every description can be obtain ed on the best of terms. St" Repairing done with neattiess and dispatch. Second-hand Harness always on hand. jel -- - " - i - DR. HAAS, having leased the rooms fornicrlyoc cupied by Dr. Kivett, in Dr. Bray's building, opo site the Pest Office, wonld respectfully solicit the citizens of Evuusville and the surrounding towns and country, 'o visit his rooms and see the sjieci mens on exhibition. All those who need Dental operations performed, and are pleased with his work, shall be attended to with great pleasure. His CONTINUOUS GUM works without a seam or crevice. Nothing will be more clean, or have greater strength. His Block Work has but two seams in a full upper or lower set. Persons can laugh as heartily as they choose without showing that their teeth are artificial, and cheeks that are sunken can be restored to uearly their original coutour. He also makes the usual styles of plain and sim ple gum tooth work on gold and silver plate and also the Cheoplastic work, which is much liked by those who have used it. He has also two processes for extracting teeth without pain no inhalation no injurious effects arising from their use the most delicate can have them applied with perfect safety. -Parents will consult the health ami beauty of their children by having the Dentist -direct their second dentition, thereby producing hvinui.1i y and health to those invaluable organs. AN& I take pleasure in iutroducing Dr. Hans, formerly of Laiiiyctte, Ind., my successor to the old rooms in Bray's building, hoping he will find them both pleasant and profitable From my in tercourse with the Doctor, I am pb aneil to find him one of the progressing; possessing taste and high professional ability and standing. With this view, I can, with safety, recommend him to the community as a skillful and competent dentist. ' apl8 J. KIVETT. UOLLINGSWORTH k B'RO. WWAVMS-JUST R MICH I It A LARUE I MM and new importation of CROCK KK Y-WA I! K, GLASSWARE, CHINA. iC, ou First street. Kv ansville. ncl5 llemoval The uudersigued begs leave t- inform bis old cos- : turners, aud the public in general, thai be has re- j moved his stock of Saddlerv to . 3, llalloek'M It lock, Fonrlh tlrtrt, ' .ftarket Plarr, Where he will always be found manufacturing the ; best of Saddles, Harness, and other articles usually ' kept in his line, and will sell, I. for raili.) cheaper than any other house in the city. . j Please call and examiue my stock and prices be- fore purchasing elsewhere. jaulO-am DAVID M. SCHNEE. 6 ! WJEENS WAR Kvansville Cttrernc r "l. Corrected by the Brunch Bank.. '. EXCHANGE ' New York, Buying Selling Ji New Orleans, " par " Cincinnati, - -. ' . ' " BANKABI.K FXTKM), OB CUHRENCY AT PAB. State Bank or Inoiana. Louisiana. . Bank op tub Statf. or Is-, Wiieelino City. , ni ana. , Baltimore. State Bank of Ohio. ;Pittsbuk. Kentvcky. i Philadklpuia, pil'IE payino Fkff.!Missoiki, St. Louis oulj Banks of Indiana. j stock banks or .'into except Union, Sandusky....5 dis. C'.'y, . inciunati...;.no dig. City Bank, Columbus, 5dis Can.!-, Cloveland....75 dis. ueca County 75 dis. ! KEW YORK, KEW ENGLAND, NtW JERSEY, VENNKYL VANIA, AND 1IELAW AKE, IN GOOD CKEDIT. SPECIE-PAYINQ FREE BANKS. 'Srookville Bank, Brook Kxcbimge Bank, Green villo. Bank of Elkhart, Elk hart. Bank of Goshen, Goshen. Bank of Gosjiert, Gosport. Bank of Indiana, Michi gan City. Bank of JlouticeHo, it ticello. Bank of Mt. Verueu, . Vernon. Bank of Paoil, Paoll. castle, 'ayette Co. Bank, C011- nersville. farmers' B'k, Westfleld. tloosier B'k, Logunsport. .udiana Bank, Mailison. ndiana Iteserve Bank, K okomo. Indiana Farmers' Bank, Franklin. Indiana Stock Bunk, La- porte, Kentucky Steck B'k, Co lumbus. Lagrange Bank, L'ima. Her. aud Mechanics Bk, New Albanv. New York and Va. State Stock Bank, Evansville. Parke Co. Bank, Rock ville. Prairie City Bank, Terre Haute. ' Southern Bank ot Ind., Terre Haute. Snlem Bank. Goshen..' Bank of Ko,kvill, Wa- bashtown Bank of Syracuse, Syra cuse. 'Vank of Salem, Salem, tank of Salem, New Al bany. Blooniington B'k, Blo.m ington. Crescent City Bank, Ev ansville. Canal Bank, Evasville. Cambridge City B'k.Cam bridge City. To the Public. npMIMS PAST WMJVTMSH J.V SPRINU JL so far, iave hern verv wet ones, causing many of our rivers to overflow their banks, back ing up the water in the creeks and bayous, and flooding to a considerable extent the bottom lands; when the rivers recede, which may be ex pected soou, then the large surface of decaying veg etable matter exposed to the scorching rays of the 8uiiimer sun, produces the malaria, which proves so fatal iu its course, sweeping whole States, and sparing neither nge nor sex in its conquering march. Af t,r a residence of more than twenty years in the middle and Southern States, we think we have discovered a mclicine w hich, to a certain extent, is a preventative of the attacks of bilious lever ague, and an such we tecoiuiucud our Magnolia Whioky. We w ish the public to understand that we are not urging upou them the ue of strong Liquors as a beverage. e are, and always have been, opposed to their beiii) used iu that way, but if people will use them as such, let them have by ail means a pure article, that will keep them in health, and Ivngtheu instead of shortening their lives. We pro pose to sell always pure and unadulterated Liquors for medicinal purposes, and a little for the stom ach's sake, if required, and will challenge an in spection by the beat chemists in this or any othsr country, to find any impurity or adulteration in the whisky branded" by us, "Allis Howe's Mag nolia." It is warranted, as it is distilled from the corn, rye, or wheat, with a slight addition of good cistern water. We have no doubt many persons have been ruined in health, if not actually killed, py drinking bad whisky, the greater the reason that Allis & Howes' pure Magnolia should be in gen eral use. Just received nod in 6tore for sale 10 y, pipes nss'd Brandies (olil)frem3 to $7 gal. 11 pipes , do (old) from :l to87)gal. 4 pipes Holland Gin ; 3 puncheons old Rum. a25 ALLIS A HOWES. Wafer st. rWIMMMs M.JI RHMSST TOUMCfO JiS- M. TABL1SHMENT IN I HE STATE. . 7rt 15 it- P. Fendrich & Brothers, Would respectfully inform the citizens of Kvans ville and vicinity, that they have a larger stock of 7'obacco, Srgars, Snvff, Pipes, and German Smoking Tobacco, Than any two establishments of our principal cities. - Hotels and store-keepers, look to your interests. Before purchasing elsewhere, please examiue our larire assortment, which we pledge ourselves to Bell at the lowest Baltimore prices, and cheaper tlmn can bo bought ill Cincinnati or Louisville; All we ask is, that yon shall call and fudge for yourselves. We otter any of the above at wholesale or retail. Our establishment Is a branch of the well knowu extensive Baltimore Tobacco Warehouse of Joe. Fendrich fc Bros., No. 155 Forest street. -V . FENDRICH BROS., Maiu St., 1 door above First, . oct21 Evunsville, lnT. AMERICAN Wholesale Clothing House. npiMiJS-" i-MUMltS .ItJO, TMIJB WMIVMMS ML Clothing trade of the West was comparatively of suuill amount, and was confined almost exclu sively to a retail business iu the larger towns and cities nlone. New this line of Goods has become an almost iudi.-qeiiaub!e part of the stock of overy general Dry Goods store from the crowded city to the cross-road stand. Like all changes in trade, however, this one has not been produced except for the best of reasons. Among these are tbe great saviug of material by cutting a large quantity of gnrnu tits together the superior work and speed of tewing machines in manufacturing the great sav ing of time in waiting for your "turn" at the. Tai lor's the uncertainty of even then getting a satis factory "F.t," and above all the saving of at least one-half the cost of the garment in thejirtce. For a number of years this has oulj been a part of our general Dry Goods bnsiness, but we have n?ade arrangements to devote our whole bouse exclu sively to it alone with such lines of Notions and Furnishing Goods as will be necessary and desirable in that trade. Believing that the true fnterest of tbe trade will be to sustain us in this enterprise, we would lespectfully announce that' we now have ou hand one of the largest and most desirable stocks of WELL MADE CLOTHING that was ever offered to the trade of the West. We respectfully solicit a-nil from all our old friends and the trade generally. Werbarg noth ing for thinning our goods, and not much if "yon buy them. We are prepared to sell to all prompt-time buyers ns low as any houe in the trade. A liberal discount also made on all cash nolrn. WM. K. FRENCH CO., sep3 , ( No. i!0 Main street. 1S59. " FALL "AND WINTER 185ft GOODS! tltfj'tt l.l.-X MtMSMM.1. I" RMSSPMSCT- lutly solicit the attention .of their numerous friends and customcis to n extensive assort ment of '' FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Which tliey are daily receiviiig and submitting fo inspection. These goods embrace all the newes designs and ranit desirable patterns manufactured and are admirably adapted to the Western Trad Annexed they enumerate a few of the departments which will Im found complete, aud comprising all thenoYoltici bf the season : Cloths, Cassimeres, nnd Doe-Skine; ' . i Satinetts, Fancy Tweeds, and Jcns;" '.- Stuffs, Mrinus, and Diess Goods; Ginghams, Prints, and Scotch Plaids; Ribbons, Hosiery, and Gloves; , - Blankets, Fliiiiuels, Linseys, and Tickings; . Sheetings, Shirtings, and Mariners' Stripes; ticnuine Irish Linens,. "our own importation;' Boots and Shoes; Huts aud Caps; Faucy Artii lesNotious, Trimmings, &c. octlO CORNER MAIN ASD FIRST TSff-l.TKl".' MM US II I MSRS. WWM KURTZ, at the Wholesale andssg two doors from the Post Office, has arain been almoin ted foln agent tor Maltby's Baltimore Oysters In the city of Evansville, and lie will receive daily, supplies by Express, diiectly from the Packer, in Baltimore. He i piepared to offer tbo trade such inducements for.the entire season as have never been offered in this market heretofore. A constant daily supply always on hand, so that dealers aud families can obtain at anytime during the season those choice Oysters, Ir cans aud half cans, and in the shell, warranted iresh and sweet, and very superior jt in flavor and qua'ity. Terms caah. And noue but g bankable money received. A. KURTZ, St anJ5-in Sole Agent for F.vansvilh). J ECONOMY IS WEALTH!! gm MS C K M I 'MS Mt J.VU M'O R SAVMS" MIL- luw fur cash at No. S Second street, a large and superior lot of winter HOOTS AND SHOES Boys' and Youth's Kip and Calf, a prime article. A nice assortment of Ladies' Rubber Overall, -Sandals, Butlalo, Ctssiinere, Ac. Also a variety of Children's and Klisses' Shoes copper tips and other styles too numerous to men tion. Give No. 8 a call, if vou wish to buy cheap. V...1,-- sxwx Iriumllv temtS. nov26 JOHN BA3CH.