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rxj! o a it o jru m , Division No. 54, S. of T 7f VUT9 EVERY FBIDAT KVKNINO.OVKR w '-- the Telegraph Office, on Water street. JOSHUA DAVISON, W. P. JOSEPH OVJCRKLL, W. A. ' O- W. Henaoa, B. 8. M. Sherwood, F. 8. Trios. Eaton, A. R. S. A C. Hullorlr, Treas. Wm Storton, A. C. Jss. MoNett, C. K. B. Hart, J. 8. O. S. Jan26 i-'- . , , , CANDIDATES. - - B9 Editor mt Ka-mmarUU Jonrnmt : Please announce the name of William Hills u candidate for -Councilman in the Ninth Ward, at the specie t election to be held on the 181i inst. -1 MaJIY VuItM. S Ifltart MHfi Is snsohiio .flr. M.MENTZER as a candidate for Counciliaau of the 9th Ward, at the ensuing special election. , - jA!rT Veritas, of the 9th Ward , Beport ' of th Committee ou Local The report of the Committee on Appoint ment of Local Inspectors was read, and, on motion of W. E. French, was aioptcd. ....:.. ...:c. ..... - .-. MFOST. - Wbxrkas, The City of Evansville, Intl., by its situation at a point half-way between the Falls and the mouth of the Ohio river. is naturally the most convenient point for steamboats which navigate said river below the Falls thereof,and Green, Wabash, White, Cumberland and Tennessee rivers; and - TYBKrASj" In' times "past ana at pres ent, great inconvenience ha3 been sufier- i ed, and is now suffered by owners of TUESDAY MORNING ' ' uteamboats, pilots and engineers interested ' ; tt,. ,1,. nt .... ;,i -:VAV.a k -Aann ,.r uA i s .1 kUU uU BMU4 1 V "J 111 1. II G - want of inspectors of steam boald in said ' city, by means whereof steamboats owned in J this city have been greatly delayed and datu - i agedia their business, and have been in many instances, compelled to make costly trips to Louisville in order to comply with the In- jiection Law, and pilots and engineers re ' sidiogr in and below this city have been put . 1 . 11 . , ,1 11 to great expense, trouuie, auu ueiay oy oe- . nj . : ' . r :-..:ii a- . . purpose of obtaining their oflicial certitj . eaten; and ....... , Whereas, the City of Evansville U the ' natoral depot and head quarters of the nu- . merous boats which navigate the abash, - : White, and Green rivers, and the point at which their officers and crews chiefly re- side; and v . : Whereas, the commerce and export trade -. - c r i: . . i . i r vi luis iitj are not gurpusseu 11 v iiiuue 01 any City on the Ohio river south of Ciuciii- nati ; and ...' Whereas, the want of a Board of lusof c- tors at this place, has been a great draw- Kai'L- n V.i. V,i.M;nrv a Fiji boats here, to the detriment of all classes of our mechanics and merchants, which busi ness of bnilding and eqnipping boats is of -' great importance to our City; and ' WnvftFAO. thp linhlii intrpt bttit r-n:ivp- nience,' apart from ' considerations local to , said City, eminently require the .appoint " ment at this point ot such a Board, for the purpose of affording a quick and apprecia ' tiv redress of grievances to the ' naviga- tors of said rivers, by a tribunal nearer the - locality than Louisville or Nashville, and lor protecting the persons and property of ; the public by bringing offenders against the ' laws of the United Stntes touching naviga " tioa to punishment, and for performing other ' legal duties; and of tbe United States of the establishment of sa F T t -i l..- .. 11 I, - as wa &w,ua a ud v. J MV I V n VUKA W a mere' trifle, not to exceed six or eight liun f ilred dollars per annum, which sum would i I trebly repaid to the Government by the " Inrrease of steamboat fees collected, which would be caused by the establishment of such a Board ; and ... . i Whereas, finally, the establishment of such a Board is simply an act of justice to ' '., this city and to the public within the pro- '.'posed jurisdiction. Therefore - . Resolved, By the Board of Trade of the ' Citv of Evansville,' Indiana, that the . lion. ; William E. Niblack, Representative in Con gress from- this ' Congressional District, be and, he ' is "hereby urgently requested, to .. procure at the present session of Congress the passage of an act amending section (G) of anact entitled " An Act to amend an act - . onSiillnil An Ai-t tn nrni-iflp fhr the tn-tter '. vessels propelled in whole or m part by steam.' and for other purposes:-" approved Auguet juio, 193 so as to proviao ior xue i .......... 4 . ,.t a II I ntr I I Tnn....Avn ' at Evansville. Indiana. r . Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions and preamble, be sent by the Secretary to . ' the Secretary of the Treasury, and that ' copies thereof be also sent t the following namea gectiomen : lion. urn. ruwacK, ... Hon. Jese D. Bright, Hon. Graham X. Fitch, Hon. Lazarus W. Powell, Hon. S. O. Peyton. .'.. , , And the above named Senators and Rep- - , . . : 1. , .1 . 1 1 1 , 1 riCUltlll l OUU 1111-J 11 UV1VWJ 1 1- J'l-L " '. fullr reauested to lend all proper aid to the najsAire of the indicated amendment. - The Baltimore American has an elaborate article in favor of the Union par- ' ' t w muA nf Jnhn Rftll. nf TonnPiUPA. fnr Prpfli- ' - dent. . Referring to it, the Chicago Demo crat says i. ' ' ' If John Bell should get the nomination at Chicago, we should be most happy to sup " port him. . Nono other but a Union man .cap here be nominated. . ' 8e-W understand that Rev. J. II. Noble has sold his property here, and intends to move shortly to Greencastle. Our citizens will regret very much to give Mr. Noble up. Princeton Clarion Louisville Tobacco Agency, NO. 87 MAIN STREET, (OPPOSITE THK COCRT UGCSK) EVANSVILLE, IND. rWiUV VJS'lWl Si UJ"tC It JM 8 PKJ'- M- bU hii agency lor the iwle of all kiudsof ma.ii -- uiacttm-4 Teb.iccound Oiurs, and w ill w ll as cheap u tu aiErtsT. I eapvcially invite the patronaeoof thecity trade who will fuid it to their interest to give me a call. At any rate, call aud examine my stui k. . 1 bare also opeaed a complete retail stock of Can dies, Nnta, KaistHS, tmo. rf-c. .AUko, s superior article of Gas Pomder, Yoo.itc TJrm and Impeiial Teas to retail at 70 cts per lb. , Uith ate a triaL . . . JAM, L.. VfALimSii. , Jaa23tf. Agent for Daniel Spalding, jr. ntA f MiCB 11 IS M.B. JVH W , jEeV xk at Erakine. Cur n irk A Co.'s, for $1, and full weight given I he member, 47 Main at. " tMKHam VHfiKSKI! J""t received per steamer Wenona, 'JO boxes prime Hambnrh ches-, for family and hotel use; 15 boxes Engli.h dairy, a choice article, at . .. EUSKINE, CUBKICK CO.'s, - feb2 47 itain street. gynTTtmLvir ait mm. jtmm htii.m JL selling their large stack ot watches, Jewelry, and elocits, at asteniebingly low prices, and guar antee all goods to be what they are represented. Those persons in want of any goods in our line, had "better eaM and bay while prices are low. Spanish auartera taken IVr t't cents, in stuns of $1 and up wards. nrrrttOLFF bKtlS.,4;i Main street. .' . jawlX jfpJimtUMJS f It 4JAi-'H .' J J 8. CJuAkLLl a SU will sell goods at cost for wah for W days. jau!4-Im Special Notices Jellotcu' PHI mr?Jpctlly Mte ommended for the core of senrvy and the- other complaints most common to mariners and those nn able t- get freh rarst. - They act as a substitute for saccharine matter, luid neutralize the eSect of a snlin diet, absorbing h poisonous effects of the salt, and rendering tlielilood pure and the vital en- ergits free from Ji-hilitating infiuciicos. . Sold nt the manufuctory,' No. 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all IrnggisU, at 2Tc., C3c., and 31 per box.. feb!4 Mtr. Jiotttr' Mitttrm Asm rtcttfd the .warmest encominms from the press and peo pic throighout the Cnion. At a valuable tonic for tbe cure of dyspepsia, flatnlsnce, constipation, and general liorTotis debility, it cannot be approached. Every Uuy new cases of its ereat effect are enroni-ck-d through tmr princlpiil public Journals There nothing eiioat to the enjoyinont to that which the afflicted experience when usin this valuable spwsioo. It? mild tone, its sure and vigoroiu action upon a disordered stomach, and the cleansing of the entire hnman body shon!d recommend it to all clashes of our conimnnity. AH that will be neces sary to convince the skeptical of its healthy effects is to purchase a bottle to be convinced. ' For sale by Druggists and dealers generally erery where. feb!4 Jttmeaatm mt IK J.ictr.-'uu may - ways know when your lirer is out of onler, orwheu you are what is called bilious, by any of the fol lowing symptoms : Pain iu the side and back, diz- zinesti, dull headache, a bad taste in the mouth in tbe morning, fullow colored complexion, yellowish tint iu the eyes, costiYcnesK, or diarrhoea of slimy dark color, low spirits and dismal forebodings. It is acknowleded by all physicians and others who have own their action,th;tt J (J ISDN'S MOUNTAIN UKUB PILLS a-e a perfect cure for all bilious af fections. So pleaeuntly do they search out and drive away the seeds of dibeuaa, that ail persous liviug iu a country where Fever ni.d Ague, ami all other bil ious diseases are prevalent, will find they fchouid never be without them. From two to four Pills each niht on ig to lM-d, will in a short time drive away the birkly, yellow I.u.k of Lilious ler sous, and bring li their chivks a lnautiful glow of perfect hiallli. ' Judsoos Mountain Herb I'tJljnnd Moun tain Herb Worm Tea are sold by all Medi cine Dealers. - feb7 derful effects and ci:viient popultrity perhaps noarticleiu the history of the Mjttvri.i Medii-a, ever acquired the same l'utrnmie, was rubject to the same number of severe and different test?, and met with so few failures as the Mutaii Liuiineiit. It has juttly Ixen slyled a Panacea fur all external wounds, cuts, swellings, spruiiiu, krvists, or erup tions on man or beast. It is to far a medicine cf surprising virtue, that Pbysiciaus are coniielled to presenile it, aud from some remarkable curi-s of Chronic and Distoited Gbunmutic cases, it has uat uially attracted ntoch attention fiot the first sci entific mindj of t he age. No family can afford to be without a bottle of the Mustang Liniment in tlie house. Beware of imitations. Tbo penuiue is aidd by respectable dealers in all parts of the world. 11AKNES A PAV.K, Jeb7 Proprietors Aew York. and female i4)3rBlciau, . has a Soothing Syrup for children teething, which eret.tly iacilitates the process of teething by coftening the gums, redu.-inc hll inSammatinn will allay all pain, aud is villi to r. giilate the bowels.' Depend upon it, mothers, it will givo rest to yourselves, and relief and health to yo-ir infants. Perfectly safo in all cases. See advertisement in another column. KELLER t WHITE, Agents. janT3-l.v Bodiam Hfining Company, Evansville, Indiana. Office ou Water street, between Blaiu aud Locust. Coal, lu lUtntities of not less than 20 bushels, de livered tj auy part of the city, at 10 cents sr bnsh. at the pit, ft cents. JOHN WTMOH L, ocii Secritrvand Manacer. Ayer's Ague Cure. Foams sfKF.nT Ctige pv IsTKRarrTFNt Fevkb, oa Feye and Aucc, Ui.mmittent Feteu, Chill Fever, Dihb Auuk, Pekiodical Headache, OR BlLLlOl'8 llKADACllE, A .VI) BlLLKUS FKVEBK, indeed for tiik wno js class or mskahes ORIGINATING 1W IIILLIARV DEO AS GE II ENT, CAUSED BY THE MALARIA OF MIASHATIC COl'NTBIKS. No one remo)y is louder called for by the neoes sties of tho American people than a sure and xufe cure for Fever aud Ague. Snch a remedy we are now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate the dise:oie, and with aomrauce, founded ou proof, that no harm can arise from its use in any quantity. " 'i'uat which protects from or preenrs' this disor der must t-e ol imuienso service in tho communi ties where it prevails. Prevention is better than cure, for the patient escapes tlie risk which he must ran in violent attacks of this buleful distemper. This Cure " expels the miasmatic poison of Fever and Ague from the system and prevents the devel opment of the disease, if taken on the tir.-t ap proach of its premouitory symptoms. . It is not only the liest remedy ever yet discovered for this class of complaints, but also the cheapest. The large quantity wo supply fora dollar brings it with in the reach of everybody ; aud in biliious districts where Fererand Ague prevails, every body should have it and use it freely both for cure and protec tion. It is hoied that this price will place it with in the reach of all the poor as well as the rich. A great superiority of this remedy over any other discovered for tlie speedy aud certain cure of Iuter mitteuts is, that it coutalns no Qninine or miner al, consequently it produces no quinism or other iniurious cttect whatever upon the coustitution. Those cured bv it are left as healthy as if they had luiver bad the disease. - Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of tlie miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor ders arise from its irritntit.li, amiMig which me Neuralgia. Blienmati-in, Gont, Headache, I'.liii'l L, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pulpi. tatiou Painful Atlection of the Spleen, Hysterica, Pain in tlie Bowels, Colic, Paralysis, aud Iterauge ment of the Stomach, all of which, when originat ing in this cause, put ou the Intermittent type, or become periodical. Tho "Cure " expels the poison from the blood, and cousvquonf!y cures them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to immi grants aud persons traveling or teminirarilv resid ing in the malarious districts. It taken occasion ally or daily while exposed to the iutecton, that w ill be excreted from the system, and can no luciiinu le.te in sufficient quantity lo ripen into disease. Hence it is eveu more valuable for protection than cure, and fe w will ever suffer from IntermitteuU, if tbey avail themselves ot the protection this rem edy affords. Prepared by Hit. J.C. AYER A CO., Lowell, Mass. Price One Dollar per Bottle. mo- Sold by K ELL EH. A WHITE, Evausville, and by all Druggists and Merchants throughout this couutry. ocr2H-5nulAwe.w "CRESCENT 1C1TY GXLi c-RY. WK ALL follow interest in spite ot vain "k. And to those who deal fairly, to them should walk, Now, you who want Pictures, both cheapai tirst- rate. Bring your dimus i SMITH'S Callery, (yon on.t have to wait). -He fears no competition from one or - he other. But look uihii each us a friend and a brother ; He cares not for show, nor pultiug, nor blotting. Mock soirees, or gounuou, nssnreuly knowing That he mukes the trade, who giee most lor the ch ; The people care nothing aliout auy grand splash.' Now, alt who want Pictures large ones or small, Should, o il hout more delay, on Mr. Smith call ; ! ThotA'iirt House, yon knww, jut over the way, I Examine his Pictures we kntw what you'll say i The lel in the city, uud cannot be lat In nnich or price ana by way oi a treat, T'. Ladies aud Families he lessens hi pay Colic along, fi icuds, don't neglect il a day. . seollMiut iffit sJ.VU .rf M, t Jlt JfiW quarters. We will take Spanish quarters for Scents each, iu sums of Si and upw ards, tor jew elry, watches, or clocks. jaulS BITTKOLFF BKQS 4X Main street. gmnt u-W" J i.jkjvhjh itta. MM We invito the trude to cadi and examine our stock of brown and I. learned muslins. We now have a brst rate assortment of Various brands on hand. . '" . !i Brand l of heavy 4-4 stieetiog. . . ; 14 Ditto of bleached sbiolinKS, Which' we will selllow. httnV J Jan. 9. ' : gjm litijy' t tutn tJs! o.v ; JL The Now Drag Store is now in full blast, with a tine stock of J.'re' and fnre dings, medicines, paints, oils, 'dye-stuffs, window gla-ia, putty, bird cages, brushu of ail kiuds. Artists' materials, Alu brolypo and Photographic materials, jierltiuiery and fancy goods, .tiui luedicines, burning fluids, cml oil, bird oil, etc., eic. All of which are iu the market at the wry ''lowest prices ever sold at in Ifevauut lile. If vou wsut to save monev, and get FKESH DKCUS, call ou TliuMPs JS, at the Sew Drug Store, corner Main and Second streets. jonlOJ. INSURANCE. MERCHANTS INSURANCE COMPANY, . -1 i a . -, or; nABTroiiDCQXx. rt Capital : 00 Inrorea against Loss or Damage by First . Jfafk tloward,' - l 4 A Whit. ' -8 Woodruff, - ( i ' t Cftartes "yer, Janes Bolter, , . il Oo-en, K Boberts, ' r' -ehtncbHrd, Guy B Phelps, ,-i'- Richard D Hubbard, T Sheldon, ! i M M Merriman, JameaP Foster, . l; . Writ I. Collins, WED Callendor. MARK II0WABD, President, V.. T. LOBDELL, B-cretarv. Apf licatlons noived by ALLEN C. 1IALLOCK, mnt. -' i ' fet15-ly " Agent, ;: ! :' i " ' febl5-ly: Hiimbolt Fire Ins. Comp'y, OF THE CITY OF NEW Y0KK. Capital (all paid in Cash) SiOO.flOO 00 With a surplus of. 40,000 U0 DIKBCTOBS J P Holmes, A O Pnelps, C Christmas, Geo II Ellery, Wm Mnlligau, B F Breeden, -A Stranger, J H Bates, F U Trowbridge, O B Caldwell, nattian tiane. VH McOonnell, 8 Freeman,. Jas McKaye, . E Beadles ton, W Urimth, 8 Nelson Davis, Jl A ItoppocK, J ST Stranahan, G W Parsons, W C Bow era. L Hoi brook, Wra L King.' . ' W M Newell, H J Baker, J Armstrong, Z Boorman, V in A Rob be, W Barnes, Wm Allen, Edw. Cridce. . II L Burr, . . 1) K Stanford, A Comiitock. W D Thompson. JOHN RANKIN, President. WILLIAM MCLLIGAN", Sec'y Alex. Wilev, Jr., Assistant Secretary. Policies insured on favorable terms bv A. C. HAL- LOCK, Agent. Office, Marble Hull Building, Main street. febl5-ly HOME INSURANCE COMPANY Of the City- of New York. Capital (all paid in cash) $1,000,000 With a surplas ot 3oi,ikiu Insures against r ireand Inland Navigation liisks. mitisuuiis: J Martin, W A Work, T H Cossitt, FA elluiorth, James Low, Levi P Morton, Q V Collins. J H FarthingliamCnrtis Noble, D N Bainey, L Hopkins, C A Buckley, J B Hntchinsou, J H Norton, G D Morgan, J W Whitlock, T McName, V P Buhlwin, A T Dwlght, H A Hurlbut, Jesse Uoyt, W Stttrgis, Jr. John R Ford, Sidney Mason, G T SU diuaa, Cvrus Yale, Jr, W R Fosdick, T MesMinger, W II Molieu, C B Hatch, B Watson Bull, R Briglow, Homer Morgan, O E Wood, L P Stone, A S Barnes, J Humphrey, Geo Bliss, Geo Pearse. R Lock wood, Y O Nelson, Lyman Coidte, W O Lambert, Wm, U Webb. CHAHLKH J. MARTIN, President. A. F. WILLMARTU, Vice do. J. Miltc Smith, Secretary. - . Applications made to ALLEN C. II ALLOCS. Agent, will lie promptly attended to. Oihce, Mar- tile llall tfuildmg, DIhiu street, r.vansvillo. iEtna Insurance Company. - OF HARTFORD. tXN. Cssh Capital (securely invested)... Sl,00o,(H)0 v un a surplus of sii7,!lzu IncortKirared 181'J Charter Perpetual. Insures agaiust F ire uud Inland Navigation risks. DI RECTO US S Tudor, W F 'futile, ' II Branard, If Z Pratt, ' D Hilh-er, K Y Kipley, R Buell, J Church, K A Brickley, T K Bruce, A Dunham, W Kewey, it Mather, S S urd O r 'lavis. T A Alexander. Brace... ....See'v. I E. G. Ripley. ...President. B. Bennett, tlon. Agt, 't. A. Alexander, Vice do. Antdiculons for lusurauce. Inland or Fire, made -j ALIEN C. HAL LOCK, Agent, will le prompt ly attended to at the Agency Mffice Marble Hall Building, Main street. Evansville. - feblo-ly HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO. Iucorporatoil U10- -Charter Perpetual. Capital (all paid i... g.ViO.imO V) itu a surplus of 2&,,XSl Insures against Loss oi Damage by Fire. - DIJIECTOUS; U Huntington, C Cornell, . Job Ally n, Albert Day, H Kerney, J P Brace, Jas Goodwin, Calvin Day, C. J Russ. T C Allyn Secretary. I H Huntiugton, Presid'i. CO Lyman, Ass't do.... I W. N. Bowsrs, Actuary. D. Alexander, General Aeent. Columbus. Ohio. John Graham, Ass't do do ihij Applications made to ALLEN O. II ALLOC K, Agent, will be promptly attended to Marble Ball Building, Main street, Evaqsvillo. febl Vly N ORTfl -AMERICAN FI KE LS. CO. HARTFORD, C0SN. Capital J J00,0( DIRECTORS: James G, Hollos, " Burrall Sago, A H llolley.ex-Cov.Ct., J D Williams, Wait N Uauley, . Charles G Day, Willis J. UooiUell, L T Wells, Gvorge Sexton, H II Fitch, Li-oiu.rd Chiirrh, Oli ott Allen, 11 Griswold, Stiles D Sporry. J L Howard. JAMES G. BOLLES, President WAIT N. HAN LEY, Vice Pres's. Johx A. Wallace, Secretary. Applications received by ALLIEN C. HALLUCK, Agent. Uthoe Marble Hall Builaicg. Maiu st. M DTUAirBEEFTTlLTF 'lOxsTOMV, NEWABK, NEW JERSEY. Ao-umidateJ Capital, over e.i,(KK),000 DIRECTORS: B L Pattor.on. H McFallau, A S Suelliiig, ' S Mackuet, J A FrethiughamR II Greene, L CGrov.r, K A Strong, J W Condit, Josiah O Low, J R Weeks, N Perry. - ROBT. L. PATTERSON, President. ; "- J0ZL W. CONDIT, Vice do. Bekj. Mn.LiR, Secretary. Applications lor Insurance and all informatiot desired will be given by the undersigned. ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Agent, Marble Hull Building, No. ! Maiu street, Evans ville. Ind. .. - v ..... feblS-ly MmPDJEN FIRE INSFRANCi coT SPRINGFIELD, MASS. Capital.. (l.VI.OOO (1(1 Snriltis.....H.. Will Insure Fire. 711,000 09 Prupvrty against Real aud Personal DIRECTORS: W B Calhoun, E W Bond, J Hamilton, K S Moore, J C Pyuchon, C L Shuw, A Phelps, Jr; H Alexander.Jr P B Tyler, Jss Kirkham, Otis Childs, E F Moseley, Willis Fuelps, Homer Foot, K Seeger, W. E. Montagno. WILLIAM B. CALHOUN, President JOSEPH Ci PYKCHO.N, Secretary. Application made to A. C. HALLOCK, Agent, will le promptly attended to. A" Office, Marble Hall Building, Evansville, Indiana. febl5-ly CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN. ' Cash Capital - i..S250,(Sio no Surplus 68,-31 48 This Company continues to -si policies ou Fire risks at reasouabie rates. DIRECTORS: ' C B Bowers. B Blodgett, C W Webster, Pliuey Jewell, J W linll, Newton Case, D Phillips, H Freeman, Thos Steele, Geo J Linder, GM Bartholomew U Perkius, . C. B. BOWERS, President. C. C. WAITE. Secretary. v . b. Loimit iT, General Agent. Applications made to ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Agent. Office, trblo Hall Building, Maiiistrn t, Evansville. . tehlo-ly Oysters! Oysters! Oysters! RECEIVED DAI L V BY EXPRESS MALTItrS CELEKIIA TEl PEARL OYSTERS! ;M.'t i -. f U H P.l It li It TO FUKN JL ish dealers iu cases ; fum lies in cans or half cans, and am also prepared to serve them tip in a manner to suit the most fastidious. Will al keep constantly ou baud refreshments aud eatables of all kinds. Call at my SSaiJon, 10t Main street corner Main and Fourth."-" nov2 JOHN F. FELKER. 11. M. WELLS WM. WEI. La H. M. WELLS & CO sncceescrsto McKia W ells, SO. 8 EltiST 6TIIEET, EVASSYILLE, ISD Dealer in Boots cfi? Slioos! GotmIs in our line do us morn injury than they do our customers, we have come to the conclu sion to bring to this market nunc' but No. 1 goods. One of the new firm having just arrived from Bos ton aud the surrounding country with an entire new stock of HOOTS and SHOES of the first quali ty, feels a wired that the name of the old concern of McKea dc Wells, tor lair dealing, will he a guar antee to the customers of the new firm 1 hat any thing they may purchase shall he on the square ; and if any deficiency in the goods purchased occurs, the same may be returned, aud the mosey re funded. Country Merchants visiting Evansville will And this the place to purchase Boots and Shoes, as they will and fped Goods at as low prices as coutinou goods ran Be purchased elsewhere. jauldeia II. M. WELLS A CO. fiORS till ELL EU& Jill URISVEliSl W-J would call the attention of farmers and deal ers to this Shelter and Grinder; it is compact and portable, combining both durability and cheap ness. They must necessarily become an appendage to every farmer's barn. Shelters J4 5o(5 6i Grinders..... .. ,3 iw For sale at No. 10 Maiu street. deolz - . . GEO. S SON NT AG. grUJKJS ltlo"tli ! tOtfjejiK jm-t received by novIT WUEELEK KIGGS. VHT PUHIst&MRII! FOOTFALLS ON the Boundary of Another World, by the Hon. Robort Dale Owen certainly a book that every one must read. janlOj DOBkLL A CONYNGl'ON. MISCELLANEOUS. - w 0 - - is w w 5 es cs TjfiS Z2 1 O f ta K&) 5 rH M 80 B 1 go ; m f . b; S. - ri .s 1 0 O "C 4 cs 8- ps - 4 ?I cq' I Z, MJUMJl.-M1 t'lA' BV.Vtt TO IMC IV CO A choice lot Just received at the Louis ville tobacco Agency, opposite the Court House. Give me a call. JAS. L. SPALDING, febli Agent. --V BCTTMiU. 2iJ doz fresh Eggs; (50 lbs choice Roll butter. Just received and for sale bv CHAS.'McJOHNSTON, dec20 . Posey's Block, Main st. SCOTCH J LB JJ'J X0.ViJV i TS I) 1 r T 1.-1 ... e . ' 5 ensks pts Yoanger & Sol's Scotch Ale, . 2 " qts Bark ley A Perkin s Porter, I baskot Heidsick Cham pagne qts, 1 " " pts. AH genuine, and for sale low at dec21 COOK LANCLEY'S. rWUW f W JtfiJt&I iiJH II WOULiII -ML respectfully inform their friends aud the pub lic generally, that they have removed their office and store to their new buildiDg on Frst street, three loors above piue street, near tho foundry, where they will be ahlo to give more prompt attention to tbe orders of their customers. A large lot of stoves will be sold out at retail, at wholesale prices, iu order to close out the stock, deco KRATZ A nETLMAN. CIIEISTIA ERATX... .WM. IIF.ILMAN. KRATZ & HEILMAN. CITV FOUNDRY I MANUFACTURERS AND BUILDERS OF STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, Saw and Grist Mill Machinery, Tobacco Screws, UiiiumingMackiues.ChineseaitigarCane Mills. TUrasiug Machines, EVANSVILLE. IND. nrVlE PEOFSIETOBS OF THE CITY FOVN- -t Ury oeg leave to inform their friends and the public in geueral, that they are prepared to do nil kinds nf MACHINE AND FINISHING WORK. and everything appertaining to the Foundry bnni neas. They are manufacturing Steam Ensinea and Boilebs of any size aud power required. Saw Mill Machinery and Mill Gearing of auy size; Distil lery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws, Gum niihg Machines, Thrashing Machines, Malt Mills, Horsepowers, Corn-sbellers, Machinery of ail kluds made and renaired. Iron and Brass f Luititt" . very description, Iron Housefrouts, Collar Grates rfc. Looking and Heating Stoves of the latest ins proved patterns; Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Ac. BREWERS, DISTILLERS, RECTIFIERS, At., Supplied with every description of Copper ana Sheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators, A item oratorn, rges, stilDieaiis ana Worms on an improved principle. Columns for Alcohol Stills, Yeast Jags, Cans, Syphons, Ac; Copper, Leail and Iron Pipe; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of even variety, for beer, spirits, oil, dc: Brass Cocks and valves, bteain histles, rc. V orkmen sent to all parts to fit id work and do repairs on Steam Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron nun, rc. OLD METALS BOUGHT. They are dealing In and sellinir Allen's Improved Steam Gauge, Wrought Iron welded Pipes and Tu biug, Uiraut Hopkins' Improved Smut Machine, Stephen Hughes' Flour Separttors, Get man Bolt ing Cloth, Gum Elastic Bolting, Packing, Hoee, dr., of the best kind; Tin plate. Sheet Iron, Block Tin, rig iron, ifciiut Metal, Hpelter, r irelsrick. They have every facility of the best Machinery and workmen, and will give all work entrusted tc them, their individual attention, tilling ordert promptly, warrautiuu- their work, and are satisliid with reasonable prices. tr othca and Sale Rooms, No. 60 Maiu street; Fotiudiy, Boiler Yard ami Machine Shop on Pine street, between First and Second streets, Kvans. Ville. Indian-. doc 7 , BY STATE AUTHORITY. INCREASE OF CASH CAPITAL. PHENIX INS. COfVlP. I'RTOTUr to FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY!! CIIriRTER PERPETUAL. Cash Capital, Cash Assets, - $400,000. $547,712 36 S. L. LOOMIS, President. II. Kellooo, Secretary. R 'ranch Oj7ice,Zl j 33 Ir". 3d st, Cincinnati. M. MAtULL, GESEKAL AGEST. IU" Agents In nil the principal Cities aud Towns of the Viiioii."uM Losses Promptly Paid ! Applications received. Policies issued and renewed, ami all business pertaining to this agen cy promptly attended to. Also, applications received for Life Insurance, in the .tua Life Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. Capital and surplus over 8 O.inO. JOHN AV. fUKXSEJ?, Ageut. ft8" Office with Dr. Bray, over Adams Express Company. , dec 1 5 Svt'NDffKS sacks B. W. Flonr, 25 dozen Shaker Brooms ' 4 bids Onions. .' 1 bbl Cranberries, . , , ' 2 dos jars Brandy Peaches, 2S Ins Shaker Butter, on dressed Turkevs. - Just rt-ceived at PARTNER CALDWELL'S. Insurance and Real Estate Ju. 8 7 Mmtm alrttt, tjecontt J-loor), & EVANSVILLE, IND. TfHK l'J'IKHHIM 'H II rSJifi!J-T jB. for the following responsible .Insurance Com panies : New Yobk Seciiritt Capital....,..... $.-sSi,rmi Kl-INU SPS iflsi.tsiO I N nt A S A P LIB .- 15l,IS0 Eamle IssrjBaKCE Co., Cincinnati SiSi.imsj We also have some valuabb) real estate fir sale on reasonable terms and fair prices. 5 Lots ou Gum Mrcet, bet. Third Fourth. 51 acres uf the Major Warner farm, on raihoud, S miles from Evansville. . - A iarm of 170 acres in Gtecn county, Ind. barn, well, cistern, house, stock scale, store house, young orchard, fc. AM acres in Green connty 120 of which is prai rie; balance tiinlmr eight acres in cultivation. Price 87 00 per acre. Terms S-ioo cash down ; Uil aoce in 1, a, and 3 years. A farm of 8i acres, 13 mill northwest of Vin-ct-uiies. Goisi impnivements ubont.i fifty a-res f. uml. Price Sl.ooo; one-lourth cash; balance in 1, 2, sud 3 years. A farm of i!A :icrcs, G miles cast ef Oak Station. Good frame holme ami about I'M) acres fonced. Price Sin per acre... One-fourth down; balance iu 1, 2, and S years. . 4U acres neat Taylorsviltc, Iud., on liberal prices and terms. - iV A farm near Linton, Greca county, Iud. Price 10 per acre. : Very desirable. '4, and acre lots, on New bnrgh road, nea "U eavjr's Garden. BricK Houses on Second a tree;, between Client nut and Cherry streets. 15 acres near Salt Well being part 01 tho Mit-'hcl tract on liberal terms.- 2 blocks in Lamasco, lielow the creek. 441 acre adjoining Frank Alice's farm, having stone quary on it, . ... 1IKJ feot ou iSecond street,, near Judga Baker's reeideuee. A farm of 53 acre iu Lower Bayou. Missouri and Iowa lands to sell or exi-hange for property in Indiana. 25ome very valuable laud near Mattooit, Illinois, for sale. E. H. SAB1N, declti Insurance and Real Estate Agt. MISCELLANEOUS. -sa .; M i MOUNTAIN HERB PILLS. Above we present yon with a perfect likeness of Tezuco, a chief of a tribe of the strange Aztec Na tion, that once ruled Mexico. Yon, will find a full account of him m otirpampblats rfnd almanacs to be had gratis from tbe Agents for these Pilts. Tho inventor and manufacturer of "Undson's Mountain Herb Pills" has spont the greater part of his lilo in traveling, having visited, nearly every conutry in the world. He spent over six years nmongthe Indians of the Rocky Mountains and of Mexico, and it was thus that the "Siountain Herb Pills" were discovered. A very interesting account of his adventures there yon will fiud in our Alma nacs and Pamphlets. It in an established fact that all diseases arts'- from IMPURE BLOOD ! The blood is the life ; and when aDy foreign or un healthy matter gets mixed with it, it is at once du trilmted to every organ of the body. Every nerve feels the poison, and all tlie vital organs quickly complain. The stomach will not digest the food perfectly. The liver ceases to socrotea sufficiency of bile. The action of the heart is weakened, and so tho circulation is feeble. The lungs become clogged w ith the poisonous matter; hence, a oongh aud all from a slight impurity at the fountain head of life tits Blood As if you had thrown some earth, for instance, fa a pure spring, from which ran a tiny rivulet in a few minutes the whole course of the stream becomes disturbed aud discolored. As qnickly does impure blood lly to every part, aud leave itssting behiud. All the pass ages become olistructed, and uuloss tho obstruction is removed, tho lamp of life soon dies out. These 9't,n not only purify the blood, but eegeu- i erate all fhe secretions of the body ; they are, therefore, unrivaled as a - I CURE FOR BILIOUS DISEASES, Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, Ac. This Anti Bilious Medicine exnels from the blood the bidden seeds of disease, aud renders all the fluids and secre tions pure aud fluent, clearing and resuscitat ing the vital organs. ' ' Pleasant, illdocd, is it to us, that we are able to place within your reach a medicine like the Moun tain Herb Pills," that will pass directly to tlie afflic ted parrs, through the blood and fluids of the body, and cause the sufferer to brighten with the flush of beauty and health. Judson's Pills are tbe best remedy in existence for the following complaints: Bowel Complaints, Coughs, Colds, Chest Diseases, Costiveness, Dysiep sia. Diarrhoea, Dropsy, Debility, Fever and Ague, Female Complaints, Headaches, Indigestion, Influ enza, Inflammation, Inward Weakness, Livor Com plaiuts, Lowness of Spirits, Stone and Gravel, Piles, and Secondary Svmptoms. GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE! Females who value health, should never be with out these Pills. They purify the blood, remove ob structions of all Kinds, cleanse the skin of all pim ples and blotches, aud bring the rich color of health to tlie pale cheek. - ' ' --. . . The plants and herb of which these Pills are niado, were discovered, in a very surprising way, among the Teucaus, a tribe of Alsjrigiucs iu Mcx ico. Get the Alntauac of our Ageut, und vou will reaJ with delight tho very interesting account it contains of the "Great Medicine" of the Aztecs. OBSERVE. The Mountain Herb Pills are put np in a beautiful wrapper. Each Box contains 4o pills, and Retail at 25 ceuts per box. All genuine have tbe signatureof B. L. Jndsou Si Co., on each box. For sale iu Evansville bv Keller A White, Lcich Carlstadt, W. S. Thompson, and Bierf owcr A Broughton. , , . B. D. JUDSON A CO., ' i 1 1 i . ? . i i . . Sole Proprietors, janl 6' Leonard St., N. Y. w w 170 yards homo made Jeans of different colors, which we intend to close out this Beason, with the balance of our stock of Dry Goods at um Dt'CEO prices. . 1 ROSES BROS. A CO. janll VP ST HKt III VKII O VSliS MM tj ported Havana Cigars, best brands. dec31 SCHROEDER& KEIIU. 7 VTKjI T Vb TTTlifkJT COST 1 NO W 9 fMLi the time for Bargains ! Fifty Bleat Cutters nt a trifle over half price, for cash. Price, U5 cts. tojfl,50eaeh. jaiilll C. S. WELLS.-, irEiir uuoiis s fit i: s it .nt it I yji i t .AsWe have just received from the Agencies of the manufacturers and iuiiKirtor, a fresh lot of de sirable goods, which makes our assortment No. 1 again. 3 iSales ticking ; red, blue, stripe, narrow and wide. - - ' 4 Cases assorted bleached muslins - 2 Cases assorted colors, (jeans and tweeds). a satinets, tjadet,- nrown iriiu Ox- ford mixed. 1 Case Farmers' double and twisted heavy cos si meres ; these gooos supposed to turn squir rel shot till yanis. ? -Case plough, loom and auvil cassiiuore. " 6 Cases rich choice styles, timcy prints, (madder cxdors). 4 Casus neat small figures, moulder prints. , 20 Dozen ladies donble heel ribbed grey mixed hose, 25 Dozen children' Scotch plain hoso, 5 men's grey mixed hose. . . 10 Bales heavy sheetings 4-4. 15 Dozen men's merino shirts ami drawers.. ltJ Dozen Stuart's wax, 2H yard spool cotton. 1(KM Dozen assorted cheap sjiool cotton. 11 Kl Dozen Coats' 2'J" yard spool cotton. 1 .11 Pounds black puteut thread, assorted nil mbers. 10 Gross iHinnet boanls. 150 Reams wrapping paper ; crown, medium, and double crown. 1 Case plaid linsenys. tr Buki 4-4 light sheetings.-- I Bales sheeting stripes. ' Cases apron checks. 1 Case jacquard table diaper. 12 Dozen pea-jackets. 1 Case corset jeans. A-llfersalelowby KEEN A PRESTON. J.111. 11. j. w. iirciiRs. .18 Main street, Evansville. tVSi, 38 crates assorted lor the Country Trale on hand. octli JOH2J IVIjNTSOSS Sf ANUFACTtJ I!KR OF STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES Corner Lett and Water Streets, Jiamnartllt, OLD AlfD-TTOTTNGr A FFJBM i ITS. Hit UTtf, C VIZ : Til A T Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative Will preserve ittfallilly, the growth and color of tlnr hair, if used two or three times week, to any im aginable age. Perfectly restore the gray; cover tlie bald with nature's own ornament, ths hair p utoke it more soft aud lieuutifid than any oil. aud preserve thtt,cafp free from' all. disease, to the greatest ao. Statesmen, Judges, Attorneys, Doc tors, Clergymen, Professional uieni nud Gentlemen aud Ladies of all classes, all over the world, hour testimony that wd iu not lay too much in ijsl ivor. lteaj the following, and j udgo : ' - - PROF. S. THALBEKG, PI- - " anist, says, on his arrival in the United States be wasrapidly becoming gray, but on applying nood s Hair Restorative his - hair soon recovered its original hue. - CHAS. CARDEW, 13 NASSAU ST., -N. Y., Bars tinv grny hairs on his wife' 1 heail were, after a few weeks' trinl, turn ed into a dark brown, at the eame time i beautifying and thickening the hair A. O. RAYMOND, BATH, Maine, says he is now sixty years old, "A k ud ui tair U1 whiskei were two ". thirds gray, by the use of two bottles of ' 5 Restorative the hairs bavo disappeared. . ''J '.', ' both ou his head aud ioce, and Li more soft auii gofay than for twenty-five years previous. His wife, at tho age of fifty-two, has used it with tlie same oilect FINLEY JOHNSON, KSO., NEW Uii- lenus, says that he lost. his huir by tlie Yellow Fever, iu 1854. He used Wood's . Hair Restorative, and his luir is now thick aud glosiy. . ' S. M. MIDDLETON, tlV iugston, Alabama, s;iys that the Restora tive has done much good in his pare of the couutry. lie used it for baldness, aud now has a fine head of Lair.. -f T. L. MORSE, LEBANON, KEN- ' ' tucky. says he baa seen Wood's Hair Ros " torative- used iti hundreds of coses, aud - never knew it to tail in occomplishintr ' Jl it professes to do. - A.J. ALLEN, McLANES- boro', Ills., says lie had the scald head S years, and was bald, bnt by tho- liberal use of Wusl'i Hair Restorative, he now r 2 lutes rich glossy head of hair.- . ; . , , B6t fMd by all Druggists, aud by O. J. Wood Co., 441 Broadway, New York.. ! : nd 114 Market street, St. Louis, Mo. - declU-3iadAw 1 Kellor A White, Agents, Evansville. ' 2 8-8 8-9 8 9.:8:5-v8 I , H00FLAXDS . - . GERMAN MEDICINES ! THE GRKAT ST A JVD A R D , RE MED I ES- of the present age, have acquired their great pop. nlarity only through years of triu.1. Unbound-.: ' ed satisfaction is rendered by them in all , cases. ' ""-.(., llOOFLAKD'S . " ' GERMAN BITTERS--- - '- ' will positively ever. ' ; Diver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered liver, or weakness of tho. stomach and digestive organs, ' " AND WILL POSITIVELY" PREVENT FefiW 'FePer, Bilious Fecerl'anil 'Feter 'amttiAytu!. Seo our Almaneo for proof.. Price 75cts per bottle. ," BOOFLASD'S ' BALSAMIC ' CORDIAL j WILL P03ITIVELV CUBE I ' Coughs, Colds, or Uoarseuess, Bronchitis, Iufiu . cuzo, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient .Consumpten . and has pertbrmed.the moat astonishing cares ever known of ; CONFIRMED CON SUMP T J O As a Diarrhoea cordiaU't is uucynale.l. Price 75 cents per bottle.. . , . .''.; 1 H06fLANL'&GERM AN PILLS, being well-known throughout Europe aud Amer ica need no commeudation here. ' They are purely vegetable, are prepared with great exactness and sugar-coated. No better Cathartic Pill can be found. Price 25 cents per box. ' These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M. Jack bom Co., Philadelphia, Pa., and St. Loots, Mo. and are sold by drmrgists and dealers in medicines everywhere. The signature of C. M. Jackson will be on the outside ef each bottle or box. 1 j ' In oar "Everybody' Almanac," published ian nnally, yon will find testimony and commendatory notices from all parts of the couutry. , These alma nacs are given away by all our agents. i , UEWAJtE OF COCSTEBFETTS. i See that you get Hooflaud's German Bitter's pre pared by Dr.C. M.Jackson, Philadelphia, Pa,, and that hl signature is en the wrapper of each bo tie. Keller A White, Agents tor Evansville, Ind Leich A Caristedt, do d) do deca ! '. ..rn. gyajnB i tj.t.rt it : K-ini, 1 j WJf constant supply of nue, fat V'enisou Saddles, Quails, ltabbits, Squirrels, Ac. Those wanting ior themselves or for their particular friends, call sud biiyof CMAS. McJolINSTOXV .: , dec 20 ' Posey's Block, Main st. , nMuiTH' Of all kinds, for salo cbeait JL ' - VICKEKY J1R(S., dec23 . 82 Main street aud 2 Water street.-' "' J, c. j: g. smith, So. 187 JtIaii street, Cor. Seventh,. ' - -K V A S S V I L L F, IS n. JTiitaTnisui, rent tii 1; j'.ist i:t t ronago l-stowel upon them, bog leave to iui form their friends mid the community in genera, that with the aid of new machinery, they are ert bled to turn out work superior to that of any East ern make. Those w ho wish to have good TOOLSKud at tho same time encourage home manufacture, can supply, themselves at the factory. j Hatchets, Axes, Hoes, Draw-Knives, Pork Cleav: ers, Millers' Picks, and Edged Tools of a kinds, made of double refined cast steel, and warranted equal to any inuse. janil.ly TfBOlLXlB CIIIVH.M JhlllST ICJTJ; article Just received and for- sale t the pio neer family grocery, febl J. P. ELLIOTT. gMMyrT7TMJE tiiioj'iJii.s tvi'- XV ment always 011 hand and for sale, hi lots to suit, at the pioueer family grocery. febl jPO TTtlJiB'ZO It I S II. prime, just received ami lor sale at the pioneer :l ior sale at tin jamiiy grocery. febl J J. P. ELLIOTT JAMES .T. WALKER. USTmCE OF THE PEA CE GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT, EiHinnville, Indiana. Otlice on Third street, more streets. between IVIaiii and Sa- EM Ij h T H H t-jiei.w -ir, 11 a 1. s. -M. Newark plaster in store and for sale bv jauSU CHAS. WoJoUNSi'ON. JJf.l TJ1J-T MKIIgi-UVJES The following are a art of the Patent M.-d-icines, tc., for sale at the Family Medicine Store, 1 7 Maiu street : Hemlioit's Extract Bnchu ; Trask's Magnetic Ointment ; . Kodgers' Syrup Liverwort and Tar Mn. Allen's iiair Restoialivw , Dr. Baker's Pain Panacea; Houghton Pepsin ; - Osgood's Cholaogue ; ' ' ; -Kennedy Discovery ; r Brandt's PurifyiiiK Extract Sauford's luvigoialol 1 Phillips' Oough Syrup ; 'j ' Bull's Worm Destroyer ; ' Hays Pile Liniment ; ; ; Terraut's Selteer Aperient ; ' tiir James Clark's Female Pills; ; HoIIoway's Ointment and I' Ills ; , Old London Dock Gin ; and one hundred and ninety other kinisuf PHls. Syrups, Ointments, Hairdyes, Vermifuges, i'ius ters. Bitters, Liniments, Tonics, Ac, wholesale and retail . novl7 i . II. P. STODDARD. '- B W, UHtiLItH X Hl UtJ . I" U t. i - ww sale dealers iu Groceries, Produce, Nail", Window Glass, Glassware-, Ac. Ac, No- 47 Main treet, between First and Second, Ei'.iii.svijli-, tod. B. E. VHEUJiS. J AM ES . EIOUS. sep6-ly ... s . BRECKENRIDGB COAL OIL. ' w JJB UJ VjK liJiXJV JPi.VT Agents tor the sale of the Breckenridge Oils, par od aaduerurif, and will sell JJ the barrel or half barrel, at factory prices, freight nod dray age added. It is tho ni( economical light knowu costing less than me-aff cmfper li.-nr,'. , HORNBR'MJltsr -CO., duc23 Water street, Evausville, lu.l. rrjMKH CUJtCMLJBmXS. IO .V. t-IKAS JL Crackers for sale by dec2 M. W. FOSTER A CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Old Established VhliOoi? i-i. i n lEVANSVILLE. IND ! A a P. G. O'HILS? U Co 5 - MM31ISS10N MERCHANTS .General KailrosC.Steamboat, and Exprccs Agents Dpumi "lllH ir tuts VRSS. CENTRAL, RAILROAD; and connections over which we are authorized to give mrougn receipts nc toe lowest possible rates i Having s mnmmoth Wharf boat at the landing I the largest on th Ohio River, capable of stoiin' and protecting all merchandice liable to damsL 1 from exposure, we are preparad to facilitate the dig. patch of all consignments, forwarded to ear car ' by either ... i KIYER, RAILROAD OR CANAL I Particular attention paid to Receiving, Storin i and Forwrarding, also, to the : j ' Sale of any Produce, ; or other property, consigned to us for sale , and satis- 1 faction guaranteed. . Offiue and extensive Warehouse oa Water street, . adjoining the Telegraph, and on the Wharf boat, ', where we are to be found, attending to the interests I of our patrons at all hours, day and night. j -With orrrsnpvrior facilities; longstanding; nn- . tiring energy; and knowledge of our business, wn ; feel contident of giving general satisfaction, and " hope to merit a continuance of the extensive patron - 1 ago we are now enjoying. i Liberal cash advances will be made on all consign - 1 ments to either ourselves or correspondents in any of the principal markets, North, East or South. 1 il.;. ' " f - C O'RILEY A CO. M LIJWIL, have a large don- ' ble Wkrehor.se at the Canal Basin, capable of ' storing any amount of produce, which will be .re- j ceived, stored, taken care of and held subject to the owners orders on most reasonable terms. , P. G. O'RILEY. ! mh26-tf -' S TgrmBOW.'v v J-t.rj.v, MUKiir. JL ING, FORWARDING AND GENERA L . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Agents for Kanowtia Suit Company, Evausville, In diotia. We tiave formed a co-partnership under the style of Bbowm A Aikman, and offer our service in the capacity as act forth in our card above. , We are fmlv prepared to extend every facility to shippers, either by CANAL, RIVER, or RAIL ROAD, aud asaoiw t.'icia that their interasu shall be faithfully represented, should they be pleased to la vor us with' their patronage. OlUce and Warehouse on the corner of Main st. and the Usual. - 1 V'JU. BROWN, W. M. AIKMAN, Late of Howard A Brown. Late of FOSTER, A Co. . , " ... jan22-tf UIKAM MELKON JOSEeU r. M KKYKOLUS. Auction ,ntt Commission. Rft wJ$r VfcV CO., SVJCJEti&OJtS ja.jm.rn to vtoolsey B,elson, will continue Commission btisitisss; both at private sale and at auction, at the old stand,, corner Main and Third streets opposite the Washington Hotel, where they will pay particular attention to ths sale of everything en trusted to them; they will attend to any auciion sales anywhere iu the city. . Particular attention given to the sale of Lands arid Town Lots, Ac, fcc. . fdil7-ly , m iu.n' jiXf nne,ff cti.u pjjv VM. NEW ARRANGEMENT, 1 . The Adam's Express Company res;iectfully an ncUnre to tiieir friends and patrons, the public of Evansville and vicinity, that, with increased facili ties lbr the transportation of . . , , F H B I G H T , P A C K A G E S, Ct 3 ... M i SB YA N D VALUABLES Tbey solicit continuance of former favors.- Ks pecial core taken in the collection of Bills, Drntis, Jfotes, and the transportation of small and valuable packages.' " 1 ...i i.. .. All persons wishing to avatl'themsel ves of the fa cilities of the Express, ean obtain any desired infor mation in reference to tho route aud details of tbs business, at their OlUce on Fiist street, between Mam and Locust, oppueit the i'i at Ullire.. flo I G. If. FISH.AKent. SAPONPIER, CONCENTRATED - POTASH. Morelhah Double lha Htrevfh of Ordinnrii Pntiuh. MJtHMJirhl hjr aa-JTWitlUT lime, with lit'.lo troubio. and at trifling ex pense. The cheapestatticleever discovered fur the pnrpose. tine ponnd will make twelve or fifteen gallons of good soft soap, or nine pounds bard soap. Priuters will find it a superior article for cleaning tvpe. It is perfectly soluble and free from impuri ties. ' ' ' ' ' ; - Broken in small lamps and '.put up In 1, 2; and Clb cans. ., ,, . -1 Manufactured at the CHALLENGE CHEMICLA WOUKS, Brooklyn, and sold by , , j E. K. RURKEE da CO. 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Published aud for sale by C. B. SEYMOUR A CO., 107 Nassan street, New York. deci'i EVANSVJLLE TEA STORE. Try, d il u Kt ft, t.y .i t.i, u.n.nK a. w Mr cil centres like' Boston, New York, and Evansville, Tnsiness is gradually classifying itself, thus atl'ordiug g.iods to dealers and consumers at liettcr rates; therefore, resolved, that we dl iu TEA; TOBACCO, Ac, An., instead of general gro ceries. ... i . .. . . . We beg le.ivo to call attention to our lurj;B and well selected stock of goods in our lino; 100 chests and caddies assorted leas. ' ' dUO boxes Tobacco. lOO.CHJO Cigars. 5 bbls Blacking. x 0O lioxes Groulni S;iices. 85 bbls Vinegar. ' SO prods Gates' Matches. ' .' ' 20 bags Grain Pepper and Spice. !' bdfs Wrapptng Paper. ;"iO reams Writing do ' . ' : ' 4,200 Paper Bags, assorted sizes, vory convenient for retail purposes. Mustard, in small and large tin raiiH. Common and fancy Oandi.s, Butterscotch, 4c, with many other articles usually kept in such stores - Speaking of Teas, lot it be understood that we are anxious to sell Tea, and will r,-ll good leant 4ac, oiK-j tiOc, liic, 70c, 76c, SOcyoc, $1, and $1.20 per pound We al hare Teas put up iu 2. 4, and 0 fb caddies to our o'.-der, to sell to families, if you want good and ch ap Tea, call ou lis. For the present ia Po sey's llln k ; alter the loth jf October, in Foster's tie Block, on First street. A) Call and get some Tea. -, . K. n.SABINACO. IfJf l;;2 waiiti.-d, for Groceries or Cash. Knqntier cojiy. sep2t, g;i x v t t i .v t o.n i'ji tm tm : JaA of course the public wiil luy ugar and Molasses where it is sold less than cost, "and lowjr, if necessary," but Vickery iirolhti. siifsing the people cannot live on corn meal, sugar ami mol;i.-scs and -us thtry are "only to be hod " at the Sew Houses, have turned their attention lo selling he vthnr necessaries .of 'life very such as iZuckwheat lour. Hominy, Cranberries, White lVniis, Splir 1'ea.i, Btief Touu-s, Dried Beef, Hams, 1'ir.h of alt kinds, together with au almiist eudiess vani ty of notions, such as Flavoring Extracts, Sauce Catsups, Pickles, Oysters, Mace, Nutmegs, Cassia, and Spices generally. Rememl-er we are not eiigHged iu. the " Ruinous Competition," and wou't put on the tariff too high ou general merchandise to make up for selling staples leas than cost; VfCKKKF BRS., , ; 2 Miijn street and 8 Water street. X. B. Wc have made arrangemeuts for the right of selling Sng.ir and Molasses, too, and exjs.-ct some Com ileal immediately. ian20l V.A-H. T M V il Jt ' JhU'i't t ' V Ilia co-partnership heretotore existing be tween William Bierbower and Chas. V. Broughton, Drnugists, Evansville, Iud., is dissolved this uay by inutuai consent. ' Th stock auiT fixtures are transferred to Mr. Win. Bierbower, to whom will lie due all claims of the nils firm, and who wili pav all liabilities. WM. BlEltliOWEK, ' CHAS. F. RUOCG1I TON. Evansvillo, Ind., January 14, ltmi. janl7-dtm II .f.vi '.jftiVH nam. J u n t received and for sale at " J. P. ELLIOTT'S janll Family Grx;ery, No. 22 Maiu-st. rea griud stones, all sizes, received to-day bj ULU.O. BOHnisUi oct2d -- -10 Main street.