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if J ! ji b l! 4 t-I i ( ! 1 I ! I- 1 I -' V y- I - i I; . ! i' ? : . i i 1. KJV-EI?. ITEMS. -; r Regular Packets expecting notices of their running arrangements in tlte Journal, must advertise with vs.' All kinds of Steam boat Job Work done at short notice, in good tlyle, and at reasonable rate. Extra copies of the paper for tale at all times. STEAMBOAT BEGISTEE. I . v- amuvbd. , ; i ' j . i L - ; ' Chaley Bowen, Cairo. , Freestone, Wabash. Greenville, B. Green. Southerner, Louisville. Lue Eaves, 8. CsxroUton. Scioto, LouiaviUe; Southerner, Memphis. ' ' Charley Bowuu, (Wro. J Scioto, Louisville. ; ......The weather, yesterday,' was mild and very pleasant. f Considerable : activity was manifest on the landing, and freights are once more accumulating, notwithstand ing the amount taken by the Nev Uncle Sam. Freights are unchanged in price. The river continues to decline. . . . ; , ...... y0 learn that Capt. Jordan rlour- Eoy, President of the Paducali and Evans Ule Packet Company, designs' introducing the Silver Star as a daily packet between Paducah and Columbus. N. A. ledger.' It seems, then, our Paducah friends in tend anticipating us in the Columbus trade, ' and while we are talking about the matter, they will hare a steamer running between Columbus and their city. '- Wc admire their enterprise, though it will interfere a " little bit" with the calculations of some of our people. However, as the longest pole gen erally, knocks the persimmons, there is nothing lett our business men but to pitch in, get their boats on the track, and let en ergy and perseverance determine the result. We are decidedly of the opinion thitt our city is the city of the lower Ohio, and aU the efforts of our cotemporaries will but redound to our advantage, provided our merchants and manufacturers are sufficiently enterprising to avail themselves of all . their advantages. - .- -- - The John Raine for New Orleans was at Evansville on Wednesday. When she arrived she wa3 light, but she filled out her trip there. When that steamer gets to New Orleans her freight should be registered as coming from Evansville. - The Argyle for New Orleans also took on considerable freight at that point. .- -' ' , ' This item is from the New Albany Ledger of the 4th inst. It is really refreshing to see so favorable a word put in for our city by a paper published in a rival city ; though we take pleasure in saying that the Ledger is one of the fairest papers on our exchange list, both in political and business matters. iw Albany, too, sutlers from the jeal ousy of larger places, especially Louisville. She turns out the finest steamers on the Ohio river, and iu fact on any river south or west, and is deprived of much credit that is justly her dus. In spite of all these adverse efforts, she is bound .to" grow and prosper, and become the peer of some of her jealous rivals. , - . , , 4 , , The Neio Uncle Sam had her shingle out yesterday, as the " Louisville, Evans ville and New Orleans packet." That looked something like it. Having every trip she has made, received a good part of her cargo at this point, it is proper she should ac knowledge it. The unrivaled Dunbar departs for Paducah to-day at 12 o'clock. Our opinion of the Dunbar has been given frequently and unqualifiedly, and we will only add to what we have already said, that the Dunbar offers the most pleasant way of getting to Paducah that any one will have the privi lege cf availing themselves of to-day. :. Her hour of departure is precisely 12 o'clock.' - The Kate Sarchet did not get her chimney repaired in time to leave yesterday, as was intended. She will depart for Hut son ville to-day, affording a most reliable mode of conveyance to the Wabash, -valley. The freestone arrived yesterday af ternoon with her barges in tow. We under stand "her cargo, some 6,800 sucks corn, is destined that portion not wet for New Orleans. Most of the sacks that "were in the. hold at the time the steamer sunk,' burst, open, and. there will be an ugly job to get the corn out. It will lie sold, we presume, to some of our distillers. She left about 600 sacks at Mt. Vernon.' The Freestone will be here some three r four days in order to make some repairs, and will again try her luck in the Wabash. The Southerner, looking like a float ing piece of patchwork, passed down yester day with a good trip. She took on a lot of bran and a tew other light articles here. The Green river packet Greenville leaves this moruing for Bowling Oreen. Untler the charge of such accommodating officers as Captain Ashby and Mr. Travis, the Greenville has proved herself a favorite as well as paying institution? i x daily line of first class side-wheel Steamers will be run between St. Louis and St. Paul next season. 'm. The Cincinnati Gazelle of Monday guys that the river is falling and that a heavy rain fell in that city on Saturday night and .- v. -"ay. The Miuphis Actiiuuu lie ti t!ie 2d Rrp -rts the river to be falling- very -rapidly hi if at po'ht an t the- weather to Vc dear a:;d , ..! Ttrelj' by llatlrona. February 7, 1W. I Irlil efcrs, J G Vennemau ; 1 hU i .1 F Orill ; 1 ear hd dour lrrels,A ). (ie.s ; 1 pki.e, 10 b.xs, I I. 11. fteinetii ; Vf. hark .r;, . 4eks ship- r'u 1,1 A Crane; mi J K Mills k .Vo. ; M buggy beds, CIum Balicock ; 7 bbls llonr, OC. pork, & bhds pork, 15 casks pork, 1 A ;rauo ; 4 bbls eggs, 'i sacks dried truit, 1 bid llaxseed, 1 hbl chick ens. Wheeler Biggs; 41 bids whiakv, U bdlos Btu.ks, A His A Howes ; 1 box dresaml iwultry, 1 tub butter, Cook Langley ; : neks bran, Koestev fc Kurf ; 1 car load Imy, Vickery bnm. ; 700 bu coru, Bement & Vieie ; 'M ui ka flour, Augustus Elles 116 sacks Hour, J K Meui ; awl bn wheat, Iglehart Br- A. E. KHRADfcK, Agt. Jf Ell EL, assorted sizes. 10 bbts pic kled herriugs. Jiwt received and for sale by fehG PKESTON BKOS. '-JfW "A-'-.-- 600 Htl.V itUl.n;Sl W1M. otW bbU choice article ol Plantation Molas ses. Just received, and tor sale by PBESTON BKOS. - STEAMBqATS. REGULAR PACKETS. ' ; C.A1 KO fiKGULAB PASSkN fiir K p Af:K F.T- CIIABLEY BOWEN, Ti,n M,.tr. leaves Kvanavillo Tueaday and Saturday, at 12 o'elock M., arnv-. ing at Paducah at G o'clock, A. M., C"" " 12 o'clock. M., Wednesday and 8t turoinK, leave Cairo erery Wednesday and dav at 7 o'clock, P. M., aud Padocah every Thtirs U.,d Suudy, at 9 o'clock, A. M., Kva"ville with the Evanavillo and Crawford.viUe IL It and Packets for Green Kiver. Also, con Lting "Lilian,! withC-mherland Rivet Pjrk. eU at Cairo, with MouhU, New Orleans audfit Ticket. be obu..oed oa board the boat forB i Eaatem Ctiea, " -: "- - - Vl irjijTSV'M 1.1,33 JtJ'U J'JU VCJ H M.d I' A l A A lan 11 uu iemuci .,,m j. DUNBAlt, .Gtw Fowler, fntoster, f jJiettT lewrea KTaiWTille very ; Mnmtiv.J 1. i.A WedneaJay, aad friday, at Yi o'clock ol. iavua Patlueah every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, P A C K E T The fino steamer at 9 o'clock A. M. CennectinB at Kvansville wita the Evansville and Oawiordaville Bailroad lor au peiuta North and East, with packets for .Louisville, Green, and Wabash rivers. At Paducah with-pitek i ets for St. Ioui9, New Orleans, and the Daily Mail boats for Cairo, Nashville, aud Teunessee river. -Buaiiu-BS promptly attended, and chargen for freight and paasape, same as charged by the- regu lar packet. - Through bills of lading giwn to New Orleans and all points ou the Tetine and Cum berland rivers J? n K 1"M M 1, WW ! M, Mi , IfcHVAHSVlIlli'' AND tm UlSMDEKSfN Paeke. The new rljsatl and magnificent Steamer G It IS Y . v.. . .V-i, EAGLE, W. U. Panikl, Oaptain; 3. u. Duncan, Clerk, leave Louisville every Wednesday and Sat urday at 40'clocs: P. Bt. Leaves Kvansvile every Monday at 12 M.,aud Thursdays at 5 o'clock If. M. janlT . . tCIOB'SOVTH ej UHin.va.s- JL PONl KIVEK. The elegnnt passenger steamer LCE EAVES, JlclXKAias Alaater, mut nvuee mgtk Inr seei 1-weekly trips te South Carroltou and Pond Hirer, leaviuir on Toeedavs and Jfc'ridayv. . ' Eur freight or iiassaKe, apply o u board- . d20t FOR WABASIl RIVER. ; JLm The new and. liirht draught steamer MAfONIG GEM, TilUbury Master, McDonald Clerk, will u.akeni regular trips between' Evansville and Mt. Caimel, during the seaxon. ..(,' . Eur freight or passage apply on board.' . jan3dtf . n-nuu k uejs hL " wjf bji sit PACUElSl-rThe.hne. Jight draught steamer , . . , :, .. T. H. Done, LEWIS DAVIS, Waster......... W H. M. List, Clerk. Leaves Evaufcville on Saturdays, at 12 o'clock. Leaves Hutsonville on Wednedi.vM, at 12 o'clock. &PEEO, ' COM hOBT, RELIABILITY, ' SAFETY. ISLfXtO 4TXITOl.10"fc- JOii. McCLAIN -T. Master. Thos. DrsotJeiiET 1 ... .'....Clerit. Leaves Evansville on Wednesdays, at 12 o'clocfc. Leaves Uutsonville on Saturdays, at 12 o'olocK. 0d6 These two boats will run regularly during the season, connecting at UutRoiivillo with the Uutsonville, Terre llaute, and Lafayette PacKet, MASONIC GEM. Freight and Passengers receipted throngh to all poiuts. Passengers ami Shippers may rely tipin the regu larity of these boats. All orders and business en trusted to them will be promptly attended to. fJ9 ttVJjJ it W.I Jil till JU M V" H n Jffc- Packet, the-light draught sreaiher, C'AS'l'LK UAiyEN, Cousol, master, Mieble, sr elerk, will luske regular trips Iwtweeu I t4?"'t:it4 Evansville- and Engenednriog the iai-Ai.i Tn? son. For freight or passnge apply on Ik .aril. jao4. .i . . , . . ; i TJT ti t 17 TTjCr it Jt fi ll It 1 iJ2 St -jLn, Packet, the spleiuf.d tight drnuht im. steamer EKKESTONE, Moses Kirk- ItfefS-tg' Patrick, master, wf l make i gulai fci? -r rrd trijis during the' sea. ion bettt'erii Evfinsvillo and Attica, leav ing Evansville Tuesdays aud arriving ou Saturdays. jau21 a"-A- The hghi draught steamer XliUV 4'VttlC tiicrniM MnAter.: Campbell. Clerk : will make regu- tV t lar trips between Kvansville and Eugene, during the seasou. Eor freight or pamag3, apply on board. janlU tf. . - i - - ' .i " . CHARLESJSVE11T, . ' SAIL-MAKER & RIGGER, HW(,"LU i.vj-itTt sTjMjnnvjr w W Captains aiid the public in general that he has' on hand a valuable l..t or TAltPAUI-INS OF ALL SIZES, which he will sell cheap. Old Tar paulins repaired on short notice. Eire Screens, lioiler Peck Cnrfalius made ud put up, complete. AH rigging work lioue on short notice. Also, roes neatly spliced. Cal! at his room, over. I. G. "Veiinenian's store. jaiil7d:!m NEW, .ORLEANS CARDS. jt. a. uaowx. 1U 4. WIMUU41N II. A. 15110 WN. & CO., COMMISSION AN D FOR WARD I N tl MERCHANT, No. 84 Plagft. Iic Street, NSW' OBLEAA'S, LA. ftiT Particular attvutiou paid to the sale of West ern produce. Persoual atteutiou paid to Kui wurJ in Alerchandise. .... , . H,,gi R. H. SHORT & Cb77 Commission Mercnants, ... A'o. 9-1 Camp Strret, . . .1 NEW OULHANS, LA. u. siiokt. " oet22-Hjiidl . a. s. howabo. B. H. rAlUCIULU. ..JOHN W. BINOUA2I E. II. FAIRC1IILD & CO., (Successors to T. C TwiTiyi ell 4 Co.,) , Commission- Merchants, 70 POYlUA! STREET. oct4 ,' ,'. ,WiVV Or:l4.-AJVS. J sion and Forwarding Merchants, No. 2K, Poy ,lras Street, New Orleans, I.a. , niy2-dwly rjri . wV,, r' vtijnJnistiitj M Merchant and proprietor o hto:k SlahU-s, New Orlus. La. Jan22'7-ly. HKi.ltJKiTH0.YjYio, COMMt- af sion Merchant, No. 7 Lafayette street. New Or leans, for the sale of butter, cheene, lard, eggs, dried fruits, Flour, Meat and all sores of Western Pro duce, and for the purchase of tirocerioi, 4c. tTimh twlvauces made on rainsfgnmeuts. malf-ly "g i-t I tuk, vjyn Kit si Tvji it, J f..r iu uiv vears chief ('l.-rk iu the house "I JOHN !L iiLKY ft Co.; begs to olter his services as ( iuiniis!i-ii Merchant, o tbe-ft-iends and patrons j el In u-e. now that it baa reunxt Inwi bu-smess. ' ft'nb :'-. end in view I have formed a co-partner-J llr. E. W.Ben ton, senior of the old and vvei; known Arm of K. W. Benton Co., nnder the name aud style ot BENTON &K.1NU, to take phue lrni the 1st of May, prox.'- Tue sulmcrilier rt'ties for support upon the friends of the old honse if JOHN II OK LEY A Co., who h.'iv had optMirtunitieM of experiencing the prompt liens and aol lity with which be attended to their buniueMs. Very reHjtectfully, , THOMAS KINO. Corner of LuLtveticaud New Levee aire-ts. New Ol lea us, April 2'7, l.s. ' aU-y JOS. W. DOUGHERTY, Forward tag and Commission, NEV ORLEANS, Louisiana. li.Vr . to Messrs. ALLIS A HOWES, po-ly Kvansville, lud. . COMMISSION AND FOli WARDING MEKCIIANT, ' ' - - ST. LOiJIS, MO. Liberal ailvances made on consiguuieiits to either of our houss. kefcr ro ' Messrs. Alii 4 Howee, Beiuent 4 Velle, Howard A: Brown. E:.usville. , : i.vl tr.i.v, tJUJiJTiunn-; ., 99 COMMISSION AND (UK W A li O I N U MKUCHANTS, o. Il Peydras.Strett, NEW" ORLEANS, LA. Lvr Wll.Ki.N...W. K. ORKATHOCSK...JOS. UlTZINiirB. - onr personal attention to the s;ilc !' To- I rn, VA hiit. Hay, Oats, Eh.iir, Pork, Itacon, anglt ! B. P. ETa'tCL'uT.K. ti. A BBoT r.!. kICA i.l,? ! B. P. ETHELL & CO., i Commission' and Ponranlini; V IV-SCox-oiieiLix-tsi, f NO. ltl MAUAZIKKS'CNKWdllbKAK.S. LA. ! . - . . -. ' . ' - V. iv : ! Kr.FKllK.NCKS: .! I f!eo. Koster Jt Co., llru.b A Aikuiau, aud P. ti. I O'Kiley, Evansville, Jud. .1 A. M. Phelps & Son, Miner i. Veel, . Newburg, lud. - i S. M. Leaveu worth.. Es., John R. Kverbtoii, Ksi., Mt. Vernon, livl. , . P. Ilielnpotll it '.. liis'liville, I ml . ' eo.' Atkinson, K( t'j.llnii Ks.r.; Ileu- dersin, Ky. m ' Nw;ouil Ilro., !.' S.: Beiieilii I & Sou, I.eiiia ville, Ky. jyti j BUSINESS CARDS. JLP toruevs at '' Notaries Public iut; ,-..! ttte Aesnts, EvtisvUle. Indiana; 1 Will practice law in the Courts of thi.. ' Je, rill attend to the collection -of claims in any i .' ol tiie Vuited States, will buy andseli real estate ;i. the aity of Evansville, in Vanderbnrgh and- adjoining iiiities and in the West generally, and will perform any other duties pertaining to Attorneys or Ileal Estate Agents. Lots and farms always, for sale. tiernian spoken by a member of the firm. i ar"Oflice on-Third street, opposite the 0..ir House, in the rooms formerly occupied by the late arm of Ienby A Lnnkeuheimer. . CHARLES DENBV............tHEOI0BK W; VKHEMAKN. 1 nov30-Umd , . - ' ENCOURAGS HOME LABOR. ' Mi. J JK .Tf O , CJtHBIJ tJ K Mid 3IANUFACTUXEB, s j Alsilim trt, near the Ca.na.1, ? . EviNSAlLLE,! 1B. '"" -' - lias on hand a large uek of Buggies and Wagons of every variety all-'of.hia own, manufacture which L will warrant to be superior to any work to be gjfehased at the East for the wune prices. During the Lite hard times, arid the inclement win ter with Its impassably muddy roads, the demand for Carriages has been light, and his stock has ac cumulated in his warerooms ; to dispose of it, and to relieve himself from a tligld pecuniary pressure, ho will sell at remarkably low prices. Any person who wants a beautiful Buggy at a bargain, will find a better cliance for a trado than he has ever had be fore, at . DEOAKMO'S. s ' Thomas - Redmond, ; - "" ' Wholesale and Detail Dealer in . Groceries, Produce, & Liquors, JV. 133 loty' It lor U, ,11 a in St. rWIMlMS t JVMt HUM tJJ't-: It, MIAVIJVIi JL removed to No. 132 Posey's Block, Main street, and disposed of his old stock of Groceries, is just receiving a new aud enlarged assortment of CllO CERIES, L1QUOH3, &c., which he will sell, either at wholesale or retail, lis cheap as can be'purchased in this market. Having purchased' my stock for eafh, I cun sell my goods at Manufacturers prices. To my old customers both, in town aud country, I tender my grateful acknowledgments for past fa vors, and hojie ty strict attention to bflsiitess tj merit a continuance of their patronage. St A- Goods delivered in any part of the city free of charge. . sep2) T. REDMOND. New Grocery Store. B W " to ji i cet.n.n o i)J TE WW the public and ourselves as much as possi ble, we have opened a branch ol our establishment AO. 8,WATEIl ST.. BET. MAINS: STCASIOltE, where we would take pleasure in supplying laiui, lies aud steamboats with fancy and staple groceries, provisions, Ac., at the lowest pftssible rates. ' It is our iutentien to do as near a CASH buaini'ssas pos sible, at the new store, but for the accoiuniodaliou of prompt paying patrons who may not have the "needful" convenient,-we will take their order aud have them charged at the old stand, No. tfcj Main street, where business will be carried on as former ly. Those interested in the purchase of steam boat store will please give us a trial, as wo think we can Biake it their interest so to dev ' ' VI0KKBT BROS. , dee6 Nos. 82 Main, and 8 Water streets. i Wholesale and retail dealer in TOYS AND NOTIONS, NO. 1 MAIN STREET, Brlffi'S VJTJ" JtJS MfOITJVJ JI WW , full slock of all the novelties of the day (or the Kail Trada aud Holiday Presents, including Pianos, Meludeous, Violins, 'Jurps, Accordeoiis, Files, Flutes, Toy Drum, GnuVuDolls, Balls, Tea Sets, Tops, llarblM, Che-ismen, loniinos, Fire Works, Jvdd Plated and Gilt Jewelry, 4c. Coun try and City Trade solicited by ' . r2!t-ly A. C. ITSHKR. )08. SCIIOENFELJ), MANt'FACTlIKKR A WHOLESALE DKALKU1N CLOTHS, VASS1MEHES, SATISETTS, TWEEU GENTB' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, Hals find Caim. ! No. 3 Main Stkket, ukt. First ami SSkcoxd. : tepid EVANSVILLE. INI. JfMw i'.li AND imfxttf. Blank Book Manufaclurer4F' First St., bet. Main and Locust, silswrlnimir KVANSVILLE, INDIANA. Blank Books ruled, paged and made to order of the best paper, ' from a Memorandum ro the largest Ledger. Slusic and Magazines bftuud in any style. jeio-aawtt II. MUltSINNA, 2t O X3C X T DEI O T , OFFICE ON THIRD STUKKT, BETWEEN VINE AND DIVISION. SiT" Plans, Specifications, letail Drawings, &c., if Public and Private Ituildings preparti on rea KtnubK terms. - -! w-;li-in 'JUHSTOjyrKBOTMWKW ML SALE GKOCEBS, Dealers in Foreign a;id Do mestic Liquors, corner First and Sycamore streets, Evansville, Inrt. apJW-ly ' . : C1TV Oallery of Ax-fc, NO. 45 iTAIN tSTUF.ET, E VA NS Y1LL E, 1XLK Particular attention given to Photograph and Mehuuotypes. . sei)S-l y -tSL- i.i c s-xxt; WHUI.KSALK UEALl.lt IN . . GROCERIES & LIQUORS, No.XK Wett Flrt street, ap'25-ly KVANSVILLE, IND. ji m v jajilx Tjio w'iijeL'jMtTjKc-T- -Am'Odice ui Second street, lietween Vine and li visioii, next door to the old Presbyterian Church. Plans, specifications, detail urawings, Jkr., for nil classes of building, prepared ou short notice, and on revsouable teri. aie;l7 "Watclies and Jewelry.-- P. L. CEISSLER MAIN ST., HKTW KEN T111KD AND FtHJRTU, OPPOSITE VOVHT HO VSR. v Bt-J JVST MtJKTtf Hjy'JS O VHOM MM. rhe East, where lie has f''' purchased a lieaiitiful assort- l4SJi'r uieut of WATCHES, CUHJKS. EggjStaa, anil JEWELKY of every 4ult.&Jtt&x-4-eZr criptina, the tiudernigued is prepared te suit pur chasers in every particular. lie invites au exauii naiiiou of his goods and prices. P. L. GIESSLEU. N. B. Watches and Clocks repaired aud war ranted. ep&f-dl W. II. P. STODDARD, ji DKliO STORK, No. 17 Main street, au tiu liHH to keej uii lutn.ld a full and completo MiiinityAl McilicMttt-s, r-.s -"r rr . ; VarniKlii'!., Oljiai. Briirtlit'rt, Perfumery, Lhiuiis, ISMi'niiii Ktiiids, tic. Which he k.IU Ht tut low a. ligure as any Iiouhu jn the nity. AIs-s tt lariiri hii-1 viirkil usKi.rtinei t of AMHiiOTYPE STOCK. CAMFAiA CASKS, A VI CHEMICALS, Tn fuety everything Mpi-crtainiiii; to (heart. (ritleri pronnitiy attended to, and frw ard'ti ly steanihoaL or kxr tn iiwy art of rtn -inirry. 1 ie-.r(i NewTdrug store. Xr wot h-vj" ' tm;uf .hki icines th-tt ye.ii can duiieiid upon, call at Thoinpson's New Store, corner of Mai!i and See -end streets. lie has a siltidid sroek of lrurs, Mediciuesr Paints, (his, lye-Stulls, Wiudow-lilass, Peiiuinery, Patent Medicines, Varnish; Shoe, Hair, Tooth. iail, Clothes, and Hand Brushes; Hair tils, Pomades, Pomatum, and Uair Tonics in elulltss va rieiy. The Ladies cau find all the latest Toilet ar ticles out, and of the very best quality. If yon want cheap aud good goods, go to THOMPSON'S New f'riiir Store. decKt J. II. MA GHEE & CO. , - I UK J1wWR1iJMMi V1Ht THW2MU FALL TKADK, vith a Rtock of yoods every way suited t(t the wants of the count tt, nd invite the attention of MERCHANTS to their extensive stock ,rf L-oatKSTIl! ANI IMPORTED DRV GOODS AND BOOTS AND SHOES, which is very complete anil very cheap. We in vite Merchants to examine our st,s:k before going further. from home, as we. will .sell thftnri clieaper than they can buy goods elsewhere and gel theiu home.' ' " ' '' ' -sepl HOTELS. q iitiK 10 it UO tSJK, HVX, ,. l9 11 V E IIS, Proprietor, f'oruer First aud Iwx-ii.-it strerts, Evansville, lud. One square from steaiu boat laliiliug. lnv'5-1) f-itT JOTJ-Jis, M-VI TJ-: U HTItKMiT, l.K-twm u Main ami livisiiai, Kvansvilie, 1 ml. 6tl-tf ' WM. II. IJOKJOVRT, Prop. v .ff:ri.-'wV JOVSti, ItOSTttJY, 18 WJL the largest and Iiest arraug4tl Hotel in the New England States: is centrally located, and e.i.-y of access from nil the routes of travel. I contains all the modern iiiiproveuients.iiiid every convenience lor the comfort and accommodation of the traveling' public. The sleeping ro ms are large and well veu- , tiiated; the nitili-!, of rooms aro well arranged, ninl completely fui-ni.-died lor families, and large travel- ; ug parties, and the house will continue to lei kept : s a lirst-el.iss hotel in pvury reloc.t. , . t. ll-ly LEWIS KICK, Prop'r. jf v 11 i:h : vi tin it j V-S extra tine M ' I'M It K H It B 1 1 S I T. REDMOND'S, ' deciSl Posey's Block, Main street. I .MISCELLANEOUS. MiHi it ijMi $ ' it jims cat; h, tjnenwrnu "( and Dealer In Coach aud Saddlery Hardware, Main street, near Water. flaying com pleted my ar range m e ntf with Europe an and AnjerJ ican mann fcturers for a direct supply ef all goods iu my tine, I am enabled to of- Inducemonts,' thai cannot fail to be to the interest of all en gaged In the business to nive me a trial. I name in part: 'axles, springs made., of the best Btecl; bands, enameled and of all kinds of leather; cloths, linings for carriages, varnishes, castings ot all kinds, saddlo trees, English bridle WAthers, bits, stirrups, spurs, liautes, tine silver names of all kinds, Jnny Lind Uig Trees, self-adjusting pads, Taylor's patent hames, fly nets, shoe threads, horse blankets, London Girth Webs, American Girth mid Kein Webs, both cotton and worsted; London Welt Skins, a superior article; ivory, gutta perch and brass lined martengal rings; en peri or kerseys for horse covers, the best quality of carriage bolts, patent gig trees, Ac, Ac. I keep iu fact everything appertaining to either branch of the business, and understanding both branches thoroughly, we would respectfully invite yonr attention before purchasing elsewhere. I ni also agent for Ward's Patent Spring Saddle. ! ap20-dr '- ; ---K-s BABCOCK, - ! AVIIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER1N ' SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. . , Have enstautly ou hand Ssit, Dooks and llotxiNa and STATioNAav Shaub Bi.inos, of Superior Alle gany Lumber, well se:isoued, and neatly and strong ly manufactured.' ' i - It ; ' r ' WHOLESALE ; LASJ1 l'KKJES. SASH THIIiK , -- i . NKMS.. i IU f RICE PCB .WIMDOW. 32 .... : .. . 44 52 i . 62 1, f.2 . 70 KO S4 1 10 1 25 1 W LZ 140 8IZ. 8x111..... Kxl'i 10x12... 10x12 lOx 14 10x14 ..... lOx 15 lOxlti , I the 14 ldxlti lOx IS. l'xlii.:.... 12x18....:... l-.-v...., .Yfr .n..t.s..l ........ lHs lMw il' lz- t.'lieck Ritii' SasW of ether sizes on hand, or put up at short Dot ice. ! Rl'Zf.., -, !2-6xti-t!..., t o on. si ...1 ' ... . 11 . , , , PRICK ', fl 35 1 45 80 -....il - ....,...,.,.1 . vi. ';::r:::iii!""niii ..........i. ::ifc::::-::;::: t 00 I 50 1 70 2-8x0-8.. 2 (K 2 15 2 60 1 !HJ 2 2U a 25 2U5 2 50 2 45 2 85 :uo 2-10x-10...... 3x7 f" ' . ......... ik.M v v1 fs-.- ""a iu i nlti bl " Vice. Gtationury Slats. .:...:.. i 2.-...... 1 2f Vice. Kolliag Slat. ..... .... 1 71 ., w...;ni i., 2 0 2 25 . 2 75 ........ a oo 3 50 nsxio. ; 60x12 ..-....... IHixl-t... lux?.')., 10x16 ......i Bxl8... ..... 12x18 FKAMES 1 M 1 75. 2 25 2 50........ 3 00 .beor mill Wlndsw, 8IZK. TIllCKNEl 8x10 1 . 10x12 ; VA . ntc":. g is) . 100 Other sizes made to order.- Kf, I'.L1NI8 of all sizes made to order. ' ' ' , ' W-S" lKX-iltS other than regular teir.es on hand, or made on short notice. ' Ikwira moulded to order. Builders should, if ios sible, mid;e their Frames of regular sizes, they can tiien he supplied at any tiniie. (Jeiling, biding, and Flooring for sale. Mould ings of all sizes. Fencing Boards 4 feet long, for sale cheap. One Window contains twelves lights. All orders jmibt lie addressed to ' , E. S. BABCOCK, myll-lydAw . Evansville. Ind. "grt MHltJlJY'H H' tHXMI,Mt&. We nave t-u hantl a supply of W can also furnish TKAt'K SCALES of any ca pacity. These S:ali are from the inanuf,ctory of E. T. EAIKHAJMKS ,t OO., St. Johnsburg, Ver mont. Every Stall is tvted and sealed, aiel war ranted correct, ii'or testimonials we refer to the thousands of jrsous using them. IIOKNBtiOOK t CO., Agents, nov24 Water street. Evansville. jrm k.w n vm j. t o r a rtej' vo. a have reuioved to Water stre't. three door above Maitu VfK are i.w m.oiof.i. tnriiig Wells Patent Fold ing Spring 15.-d, the best mid most eonvenieuf now iu use, ai H -fttit le moved or handled without nuy trouble. Cat) .and exauiiue t Loin. iau25 j TV.ri Pit Okl f MS O r. 0 $SCi ig 0 ltf.t MISCELLANEOUS. TnrtN A. REIT2L .inns 1 . mNtv I -'-- A .-. o y,mpf - ! H , ''--IT ' V' --(' I : "CRESCENT CITY ' ' JEP O XT 33 XlL "3T . , EVANSVILLE.; IWP. ,'" ' The ptoprietors of the CRESCENT CITY TOON. DRY bos leave to inform their friends and the pub. lie in general that they are fully prepared to make to order au Kinds 01 . . .7 mACHiRFRYJ ": I:;:;: r. Needed for . Mills or Manulactorie of any kina .. Having a great variety of patterns for .-!, I , . JUIbh GASIS6 .-; of any size, and .? ,: ! STEAM ENGINES f any power reqnired. Also mannfactnrers of DISTILLERY AND MINING MACHINERY, - TOBACCO SCREWS AND J'lNISHEKS, " MALT MILLS; BASH, MULE Y ' .': " ''' AND IMPROVED --' O ircular Saw) Mills," : GUMMING MACHINES,' ' " ' : IRON FRONTS for IToiise, " CHINESE SUGAR CANE MILLS,. . ; STEAM "BOILERS IMPROVED LARD TANKS, " And in fact everything in the ' " -IRON FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSlNKdS. MMJ8S CJSTJ.WH . made to order. ;, , - ,-. , ' - ., ,. ' ALS0- -j Dealers in a superior article of i .r .-THRESHING- MACHINES, And Powers' complete, of the latest improved style. IMPROVED STEAM GAUGES, GUM BELTING AND PACKING, WROUGHT AND WELDED . PJPE, . LEAD AND COPPER PJPE. AND FIRE ' ' BRICK"," , '. , , . ,; u All at Sf ANUFACTU UEitS' PRICES.,, 7 ' ISGS" Highest price always paid fo old .,- i -. . . r, , METALS,,,,...,. ... ts At Uieold Stand Corner ?aur and Ingle strfet REIT & HANKY. N. B.Workmen sent to all parts to put tip Ma chinery and do repairs in Boilers. - ' 1 ' ' ' THRESH LVG M ACHINES ; ; Always ox baud and for sale.- je22 UJvriBIKijT - ;;'r - ' ' 3 Raisins aud CurranfcV ' . ' J " Pigs, Drietl Apples, and Dried Peaclies, - " i 21 bbls Green Apph'S, 1 - : ' " t 100 bushels Ear Corn, ' '; ' 200 bushels of them extra Pink Eye Potatoes, i Just received at ' , T. REDMOND'S, dec23 ' Posey's BIorK, Milin stn t. ! CHILLS AND FEVER., i t . ! JTT It T HJt JV I tir . BgJS'tt JL strange that persons will continue to shake' from day to day, week, to-week, arid . month -to mouth, with Agne,-wheirseventy-tiv cents iivet-: ed in Dr. Harker's W'lorine Agne Killer would cure them sound and well. Try it. For sale at : octlO THOMPSON'S Drugstore.-!" MlTll'tf Jill UK TOLS.Hrom uiid 3alter this date, January 2d, 1800. acomplete as sortment of -our tools will be found at GEORGE S. SONNTAG CJ., No. .10 .Main street, with whom we have made arrangements to sell our gooils, at our prices, and nuiko good all tools that are broken by defect in workmanship. i janl2 . . i J. CT J. G. SMITH. ( B If O.Tt H JTl J . Vf -. i'TURH H 1 ' dozen JIMS Smith's superior nxes. ' ' 10 do Smith's drawing knives.. " y'" ' 20 do "hatchets. ' ' - ' " . : 5 do .'gruhbing hoes. - . ; ls' t h': S For sale No. 10 Main street, janl2 GEO. S. SONNTAG A- CO. KA BJLJiSJVO. 1 OJtUVM RECE1 VED t99 per steamer Lehigh, by doclO ' - . tiORKNSON A 0Ov St. Cnarles Saloon. ' NEW PROPRIETORSHIP -AN ENTIRE RE-ORGANIZATION." rnvKssns. tiAjajnum it MtRHMtV8St W rJB. from New Orleane, have purchased the ST. CHARLES SALOON', ou First stnet, nearly oppo site the Post Office, and have refitted it in an ele gant and attractive style. . The now proprietor have had long experience as keepers of fashionable and Hpuiar Restaurants in New Orleans, and they will endeavor. In their now house, to combine .ill the elegancies and luxuries of Northern and Southern Bostaurats iu the ST.' CHARLES. ... ( They have brought a large and complete stock of choice Liquors frem New -Orleans, which (hey collected with eate during their business in- that city. Their connections aud acquaiutauee iu that city will enable them to. obtain tho choicest sup plies of Li'juors,. Fruits, and hixiuuu from that market in tuture, and they will spare ue expense nor .pains to make the ST. CHARLES surpass, hereafter, its former representation, as a pleasant Saloon, a place of good living, and elegant, refined and luxurious resort. it!' Alv- Biilmrd players will fiud at this Saloon a set ot the nncst marble top Hilliara rabies, trom the. well known aud celebrated factory of J.. M. Bruns wick Co. ' i i -. The undersigned flatter themselves that long ex perience and careful attention will euable them -to merit a reputation equal to any Saloon iu the west ern country. . i lfry A splendid Lnuch will be served up in the most approved style, evi ry morning at lO o'clock. - HAMMER & DRE1KUSS, -. . aug4 : - - Late of New Orleans. JjyIJVCi JfVBS .'Those wishing to buy Js Fancy Furs at a very reduced price, have now an opportunity. Out stock being quite large, con sidering the. advanced .season, we aro determined to sell it out, even below the cost. Collie and see fur yourselt. No. !K Main street. jaull , VAL'lIERA MAKC0NNIER, lfwi'd.l! jntg7lt!jhki,l .' At the Ksei w r AST rekiv Bn'ttaaCr WiR be tound a constant supply ofi JVre lVak Hiik,t the lowest market price. janll COOK LANG LEY. ymiUMutTtHlMT'H jVi 'JtMBulT- JL , TYPK ARTISTS. KELLER Jt WHITE, at tho solicitation of a number of artists, have brought ou a complete as sortment of . , , ' . : PHOTOGRAPH k AMBR0TYPE STOCK, Consisting of every stylo ot ; ! , CASE, PLATES, BATHES, - CAMERAS, STANDM.r I .- CHEMICALS Ac, Ac., with which they are prepared to furnish I ho trade at Cincinnati pi nes. All orders will re cetri prompt attention. KELLER A WHITE,- K'Vda- lm No. 32 Main street.. ?tji Tn.n hj -r rut; 1 trms 3 of the Secukitv iNai UANrj; Company, October i, ioa , , . , . 1 ,f AS"!TH- r.t Cash on hand Cash in Coutinentai Bank, awaiting vestment Cash in Bank Commonwealth. .......... TotaiJ...:...J in .,83,5i4 OS .5,197 47 : ."......joo.im 07 B-iDk Stocks 0 shares tianc Commerce . " ' " 50 " Am'n Ex. Bank ': . . .. " , 100 " Bank New York , , . f " ) "- . 'kjN meriua" - 1 214 shs par val. $21, 500 worth 22,764 25 Temporary-Loans aeoured by 11,008 U. S. . Coupon Bonds and 25 shares Resolute Fire lusi.rauce Company .-......-....-i 12500 00 Boudaaad Mortgage beiu iurst lieu, c.4l.'s 160 10 Premiums nncollecteil. ..... , ... 2,oO Si Accrued Ins- on Bonds and Mortgages A Temporary Loans.................. 6,7 79 Balance dim from AetiU... ....... ....... , l'J ie) Total .. SMlKUSO $600,(0 lJ . . , 44,0lO " ' v ' : . : .M,8!l 80 Capital Stuck Surplus No Liabilitius. . - , , JOSEPH WALK EK Pres't , R. L- HtTixs'K, St'cretary. , ... . . STATE OK NEW YORK, , ) .... CITY JkCOUNTKOK NEW JOUK. J'-'v I'emoinitlv apiieared Is-I.ire me this 2;Mh dnv of Novemlwr, A. D. 1S.V.I, Joseph Walker, President, and Richard L. lfnydts-k, S-retary, if the Sem- rity Fire liisurainre Company, of Ihet-ily of New York, and severally nmrmeii that The within state ment by them subscribed is nrrect and true to the liest of their knowledge and belief. THOS. L. THORN ELL. Commissioner for the State of Indiana, in New York. This ComiKiny has ovinplied with tho law of In diana concerning Insurance Companies, and hipre pared to take risks iu the City of Evansville and Vanderburgh county; I ml . i . . iv fc. ll.,Alil, Agent, , decl6 , 87 Main street. LADIES, ATTENTION I qg.'TBfilj J'fltrr'tfKTTtt 'JT' IttSTl III setts Steet (shovel, tongs, and poker.) aP It little ovor half prieej l rUme ont tke lot. 'Hume of tliem are really beautiful patterns. jaulU. CHARLES b. WELLS. niSCELLAWEOUS. " -l-T -T-'Vy - ..l.v,, AriBitscE.VT ' crrr to BJtcvn jfjtc S TORY. The undersigned having engagett iu the,Tol.acco Busiurss, .with the purpose of supply ing, if possible, the wants of the homo market, I am now" reputed to Oner a well olecttd stock cf niemnfairvl Tobticoo from Missouri, Kjentucky, and Teui."-4sc e Leal', in -Pounds, Eives, Uulvos, Eights,anl i arters, in any desired package - Terms liberal, and acceptable discount lor Cash purchases, but no sale less than five boxe..' . .. , - , A. GUMBERTS,. , j jy28 ' No. 105 Main street, Evansville, Ind.' GSt door above Vine, solo Mannfactnrers of the- Celebrated Magnolia Whiskj - - or FVANSVIM.lt, IND. - " i1 ' All kinds of Domestic Liquors, and con a..i -i : a large supply of illd and I'h.ricb Itonrltou .Kgi. aad Moixjagahela Whiskyv ! aigl-"l&wl S.TOJV-i.lOltALU,.DESJJilPTKJiS. ' WmMt-iir&i SCANTLIN & STEPHENS Have just received a full supply for their Fall find Winter-Trade-, and everv description of STOVES, GRATES, TIN WARE, nd KITCHEN UTEN SILS. . Their stock eaibracm all varieties of COOKING, PARLOR, AND OFFICE. . STOVES, AND, GRATES, ,, , , with and without mantles,' all of the newest anif most appreTed patterns.' The stock embraces the greatest variety, ever brought to this market. It has been selected by one of tho partners in persnn, froin the largest slocks of tho manufacturers In Pitt burg, CiiidSiuuiti, hd Louisville, anil has I.ii ii pui-sitased on terms that will allow the utidercigued to se t the very lowest cash prices for liich such , articles can be had in this market. ' BHrCall at the sign of the tKiking ' Stovn, Nov 13 Main street, opposite the Stats Bank, between Water nnd First streets. . s.;pl2-diwam SCANTLIN & STEPHENS. . tot it, it ojv tt.ijs-n jus'it j iiKTtrn- K9 ' f MINED TO SUCCEED J i 7 J 3 1' GEORGE TH0RNHILL takes pleasure in In ormlng his old customei-s that in the qualify and style of his work, he Hatters himself bo cannot be excelled. He may still be found at tho corner of Second and Main sti-eets, where tho choicest ITar- ness and Saddles of every description can lie obtain J ed on tho best of terms. ; " Repairing done with "neatness and dispatch.' Second-hand Harness always on hand. - el ' ' DR. HAAS, fcavimr leased the roours fol liiurlyus cupied by Dr. Kivett, iu Dr. Bray's building, oppo site the Pot Ottice, .would respectfully suliiJt the citizens of Evansville and the, surrounding towns au country, o visit his rooms and see the tqieci niunson exhibition. -"AU' tliosw who nend Dentil 0e rations performed, and areplensed with his work, slxall bo attended to with great pleasure." Ilia wi .. - -CONTINUOUS GUM ." works without a seam or crevito- Nothing willile more clean, or have greater strength. His lil.orx W oitK. low but two seams in a full upper r lower set. Persons can hvugh as heartily as thev clioe without showing that their teeth are artiliciaJ, and cheeks that are sunken can bo- restored to uearly their original contour. , . He also makes thu.iffiual styles of plain ami siin pie gum tooth work, on gold and silver Mate ami also the Cheoplaxtic work, which is much liked those wlo have usid. -tt. He Ims also two process for extrai:tiug teeth without pin no iiLjl:tioii--no injurious eltects arising troiu their use the most delicate can have them applhnl with pt;rfei-l salety. Parents will consult the health anil bejsily of their children by h.iving the llenlist di ettheir second dentition, thereby prtHlticiiig syiaiMefry and health to those invrUnnMe organs. I take pe:imre in iiitrudiu-inYir. llnss, foruierly of Lafayette, led., my Mi.-rm.or to the old rooms in Bray's Jon tiling, hoping Umxt ill find them both pleasant and prolitable From mv in terceure with the'D.MHof.- tiim pleftn.-if tin lb ho one of the progressing; posMesKifig taste and hii;fi profesnoualabitily and standing. Willi 1 1, is view, I can, with safety, recommend him to the enmmuiiil f as a skiltfnl andcomlietent dentist.--at'18. - vt. . a Jt l,VETTi iiimih, i .w i in .i m-jWW ' C.NS WAW U a V 1 - , UOLLINGSWOiiTIl k UUO. WTJimi jrBT RMimvKi a i Altai: MM. ntil new imix.rtntion isr ;itX:v Kit V.WA I: v.. GLASSWARE, -CHINA, At., on First Hrt, Kv ansville. Mi-i The mndenngned legs leave tn inform his old rusv tomers, and the public in general, that he has re moved bis stock of .Saddlery to e : . 3, llnilorti'm Hlwrk, FmtrtH ttrttt. Where he will always lie found mt.unfiu-turing the best of Saddles, llarm-ss, and other nrlirh nsn.illy kept iu his line, and will sell, (lor cash.) cheaper than any other biaise in the i-ity. ' - - ' Please-eall and examine my stock and prices le- fore pnrvhasiugelsewhei-e. ' ' JaulO-am DAVID M. SCHNEE. i 5 I- . I. I . ! I f . .Ill St V. -.IlilJlvI I '. e-.l &f . .. v 'it. e t Hit 1 ti st I i ii - . ; i '. Corrected by the Bramch Hunk. excuAue : Neir York, Buv iu r J4 -New Orleans, " , par Cincinnati, !' " BANKABI.R rUNliS, 0 CtTHntKOV rev at rA.' State Bank ot Inpfana. Louiriasa. - It Bass, or The State or Iw- Wheeling Citt. i.i.K InAIVTlMimK' -' ' S'' State BaniI or Ohio. ' IPittsbuko. ' . . KENTUCKr;- ; ' ' jPHII.ADEI.PHtA, - pkcie rtTivo FbeeMihsouki, St. Louis onlj "' Banks 6r Inpiasa. - , . i STtHIK BANKS OF Onto -EXCEPT -'- . U ii ion,- rWiduskyr! d R City ,4 Jinei n natt r..Wi& i.- City Bank,Coltiuilii,5di ,Catiul, (Jw,jLaud....75 dis. Itneca County 70 uis. KEW VORK, NEW EOLANU,"ltW JERBKT, PEKS'KVI,. vAma, uu ueLawakx, vt soon caruir. - . "SPECIE-PAYING lit EE 'BANKS." rookvilis Bank, Brook Excliaoge Bank, Greeu- vtllo. Bank of Elkhart, castie. Elk-pyette Co. Bank, Cou- bart. 'A- cf i it' Bank of GOslteu, Goshen. Bank of Gospert, GoHirt. Bank of Indiana. Michi gan City. " Bank of MouticeUo, hi f- ticello. Bank of Mt.'Terneu, ii Vernon. , i . . . . ( , Bank of Paoll, Paoli. ' ' Bauk of Rockville, Ma- bashtown. Bank of Syracuse, 'Byrai- cuse. Vcuik of Salem. Salem. i uersvillo, 'aruiers' B'k, Westtield. . jloosier B'k, Logausport. ,'iidiana Bank, Aladison., . Indiana Reserve Bank,' , Kokomo. . r ' : - , Indiana Farmers Bauk, -Franklin. Indiana Stock Bauk, La- poi to, Kentocky Stock B'k, Ou- lumbus. Lagrange Bank, Lima.' Mer. and Mechautcs Bkr. New Albauv. New York and Va. State Stack Bank, Evansville. Parke Co. Bauk, Rovk- ville. - - ' - - Prairk) City Bauk, Terra : Haute. fcatik of Salem, New Al bany. Bloom kjgUm B'k, Bloom itigiou. Cresoent iCity Baiikj Ev. ansville. ( Vnal Rank, Evanville. Cambridge City B'k.Caiu , bridge City. ' Southern Bank el lml.. Torre Haute. Salem Bank. Gtshen. ' : ' ' To the Public. rxntiK i-AHT wijyrrjiB J.vn spmsg . JL so far, have len verv wet ones, causing many ' of our rivers! U.' overflow their i banks, hark. j ing up tlio water in the creeks aud bayous, and Hooding - to a j?vr;l.(eralle extent the bottom ' lands; when the rivei-s recede, which may be ex ecled soou, (hen the large surface of decaying veg etable matter expcd. to tub scorching rays of tke rummer sun, produces the malaria, which prove ho latal in its course, sweeping whole Slates, and spuriui; neitlt!' age. nor. box hi. its. aq uering march.,, . .. -, -t . , ;. ; -,,' ,, L, , .After a residence of more than twenty years ln the niidille ;iiid Soirtheru Slstes, we think we have -iilsrovere4 a nimliuine which, to a certain' extent, i is ii jut Wenl.iuve. of, tlu-ialtacks. of bilious lever, . ague, and as such we recommend our Magnolia Whisky" " ' "; ' - ' We mikIi the puhlir. to anikvrstand that we are 4 not.ui;ina- iusu theui I he u of strong Liquors as f n bt.veragiw ,'e tre, and always have been, opposed to their heii. usetl iii that way, butlf people will use 1 t'nem us sneli,-h i tktun have-by all means a puro article, lint will kiep them iu health, and, leulheu instead of shortening tlieir lives. We pro jsme tn sell aiwit)' pure and unadulterated Liquors for medicinal purposes, and little for the (tom. aclt's sake, if c-eq Hired, and w.ll challenge an in. . tqaclion by the bent tli!inists in this or any other t cotintry, to find nny impurity or adulteration it ' tlie whisky brandudtiiy n, "Allis Iluwn'u Mag. ' India." It is warranted, as it is distilled from the com, rye, or wheat, with a slight addition of good cistern water. We lmver-Tio doubt many persons havelieva ruined iu ltenKh.il not artuully killed, fiy dritiUiiig bad whisky, the greater the reasou that, AIIth t Howes' fiure 'Magnolia should be in gen etal use. Just received and in store for sale 10 J' j.iiH.sass'd ll-andii (uldl frem 3 to87flga1:' 12 Xt pines; . do , , (old) from 3 to t7 rd gsk 4 pipes Holland Gin ; 3 puncheons old Knm. 125' - ' " ALLIS HOWES, Water M i .TABLlfjliilKNTIN THK STATE. 'rti ft ft O T . P. Fendrich & Brothers,- Would respectfully inform the citizens of Evans ville antl vicinity, that they have a larger stock of Tobacco, Segars, Snuff, Pipes, and German Smoking . Tobacco, , . t , Than any two establishments of our principal cities. '.- '' Hotels and store-keepers, look to your interests. Biiiore puiKhasing eisswuerc, please examine on r large assorlment, which we pledge ourselves to sell at the lowest Baltimore prices, and cheaper than can bu bought in Cincinnati or Louisville; All we ask is, that you shall call and iudgu for yourselves. We oiler any of the above tit wholesale or retail. Our establishment is i branch of the weft known e-xteneive Baltimore Tobacco Warehouse of Jos. FeudricbiC Bros.,. No. 155 Forest street. - i ' V . FENDRICH k BROS., " Main St., 1 door above First, - ' oct2l r' - i. , i Evansville, lud. .... , ,. . AMERICAN; ' ,' V'" Wholesale Clothing House rfil -.'.'' 1 11 M JtliO, TltJS WHOMjM Mi Clothing trade of tlie West was comparatively of small amount, and was confined almost exclu sively to a retail busloess in the larger towns and cities alone. Now this line of Goods has become an almost imlisMnBable part of the stock of every 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 the great saving of material 'by cutting a large quantity ef garments together the superior work and speed of towing machines iu inanulacturing the great sav ing of time in waiting for your "turn" at the Tai lorsthe uncertainly of even that getting a satis factory "tltl".and above all the saving of at least ear-W the cost of the garment iu the price. For a titnii In-r of years this has only been a port of our general Dry Goods business, but we nave mado arraiucentent ui dwote our whole house exclu sively to it alone with such lines of Motions and nrulsning Gowts as will be necessary and dosirabln iu that trade. Uelkving that the true interest of the. trade will be to sustain us in this enterprise, we would lespecifully announce that we now have on hand one of the largest and most desirable stock of WELL MADE CLOTHING that was esertttlered to the trade ut the U'wt We respectfully solicit a ell from all our old friends aiwt tho trailn genernllj We charge noth ing for nJ onr goods, and Motmiek if you buy them.. We are prepared to sell to all prompt-time buyers as low. as any house in th triuli. A liberal discount also made oa all nuh mle. i - - WM. 15. FRENCH A CO., i wep-'t I'llp i No. 20 Main street. 15. VAMj 'AND' WTNTEC A 1859 C3r o o x i ' " fully soliert Uhi atteutiou f their nuuaoroua friends- and custoineis to an extensive assort' meut of - i , , , ...... FALL AND WINTER GOODS,- Which I hey jtro daily receiving aad aubnitting fo inspection. These goods embrace all the newes designs and most desirable patterns manufactured and are admirably adapted to the Western Trade Annsxed they enumerate a few of the departments ahieh will lie found complete, aud comprising all the novelties of the se:iSon ' s s. . Cloths, Cassimen-s, and Doe-Skins; Satinetrs, Fancy Tweeds, und Jitaus: . ttiiB-, JHeriiios, ami DiesaUoods; .. . t.iiihams. Prints, and Soti:h Plaids: KitilMtiis, Hosiery, and Gloves; - - 1 - lil uiknn, if taaiieli, Lins yi, and Tlckiiurs; Sheetings, Shirtings, and Mariners' Stries: Genuine Irisli Linens, "our own importation;' llovts au4 Shoes; flats and Cups; . Fancy Artiihw, Notions, Triinmings, Ac. ' oellH UOitKEi: MAIS AXl F1UST 7Br.TA tVHKSH lit' nun. via KURTZ, at the Wholesale andsitv 'S' Retell Cuiifiiiuiuwy n Fitvt strct,li. two ,dooi, from liie Post Oltice, has aeaiu liet-n appoilited mde aireut for Maltby's Baltimore Oysters n tlie y .f KVnlidVilte, ami he will ni4ve ilaily, supplies by- Exiuess, ilio:tly from the Packer, in Baltiinore. lie is prepared Ut ottir the traile snob. hiilucc.mchtH tor the en tire season as have never leen ollereii Iu this market heretofore. A constant daily supply always n hnntl, mo that dealers and tamilies can i.l.l.iin nt an v time during the season tliosu clioic-.-j uti In caus. and luvlf cans, aud in. the sneil, waiTiiiiteJlrvsh and swetl, aud very superior In llavor and iiiLtlity. Terms audi. And none but bankable money receivoL A. KURTZ, an-J.).tim '. . . Solo Agent for Evansville. ECONOMY IS WEALTH!! " jrvnvK i v i: n .v -bjlk Mmr low for cash at No. 8 Second street, a large and siijierior lot of winter HOOTS AND SHOES Boys'. ud. youth's. Kip oad Cidf, a prime artieie A uii-e assortment of Ladies' Rutiiicr Oversb(es, Sandals, Jiullalo, t4ssimere, Ac. Also a variety of Children's and Misses Shoes copper lips mid other sty les too numerous to men tfc'it. Give- No: H a call, if yoii.wish to bny cheap. ' " ' ' Yours on lrienilh terms, ' nov20 JOHN BASCH.