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t i i i . ' f 1 I ; I i i ! 1 4 Y ; J i l i 4 EVANSVILLE, j IND. - ; - SATURDAY MORNING ..FEBRUARY 25 t&" The Enquirer complains against this paper on account of the alleged injustice which it thinks we have, " deliberately and intentionally, or through stupidity," done it, in charging that a statement had appeared in that paper to the effect that squatter sove reignty was long since exploded. That paper also says if knows the u amenities dua from one journalist to another," but doubts . whether wt do. - - ' ' 'li'ow, neighbor, we imagine that we are about as well posted in ihe "amenities" and proprieties as yourself but we are not Pharisaical enough to boast of this feature of our character on the street corners. But you must excuse us if we fail to implicitly rely on your immaculate sense of justice, after you hare stated that " the Journal ad mits its anxiety to hare the fugitive slave law amended," when we distinctly disclaim ed any juch anxiety ; and after you have bo misrepresented Col. Lane's position in regard to the fugitive slave law ; and, more . especially, after your talk yesterday morn ing, about our " deliberate and intentional mis-statement " and our " stupidity.'! Neigh bor, we rather think that " honors are easy ,; around your way, in these little political matters. - s: We have no . desire to misrepresent the Enquirer or any other public or private source of, opinion. When we can't ac complish our purpose the advancement of the cause of truth without the use of petti foggery, we shall quit writing. Therefore, we copy entire the paragraph in which is " embodied the conclusion we have attributed to the Enquirer that squatter sovereignty is long since exploded. We leave it to the good sense of every reader, and rely upon every rule of fair construction, to prove our position, that the clause we quote from the Enquirer" amounts to the annihilation of squatter sovereignty, so fur as our neigh bor is concerned. Head the paragraph we quote: - " The idea of the citizens of the State being entitled to the same rights and fran chises when they move to the Territories that they enjoyed in the States, has been exploded some time. It makes it obligatory upon Congress to enforce the rights of citi zenship of the negro who removes from New York or Massachusetts to any of the Terri tories." . As we remarked in a former number of the paper "we have already quoted the clause where this assertion was made, to gether with another taking opposite grounds. Both seen to be complete propositions." For " the satisfaction of the editor of the Enquirer, (who may have overlooked the clause when we copied it,) we state that he will find it in the Daily Evansville Journal of February 21st, 18C0, at the top of the third column on the first page. We are thus particular, for fear it may be again overlooked. The whole paragraph, as given in this article, we did not then copy, for the. reason that the first clause is a complete proposi- . tion in itself, and cannot be qualified by the succeeding sentence, because Congress can not enforce any rights of citizenship tbq negro may enjoy in New York and Massa chusetts when they remove to the Territories. The reason is that, according to the decision of the Democratic Supreme Court of the United States, negroes cannot become citi aena nnder the Constitution. Does the En quirer desire to nullity the decision of it3 own Court ? For this reason, therefore, the latter sen tence quoted now, is of no force at all, eith er to qualify or complete the first clause that we quoted on the 21st inst.; and hence the said clause is a complete proposition in itself, and it was unnecessary to quote further. We admit, that in the article containing the paragraph, the Enquirer seems to be dealing with a subject rather beyond its StrengtL of logic ; and that, in consequence, its reasoning is most wofully confused. This is evidenced by the fact that in the very next paragraph, as we have heretofore stated, the proposition we quote in this ar ticle is directly contradicted. The truth is, the Enquirer is in an embarrassing position, having spoken for and against the pet prin ciple of its Idol in adjoining paragraphs of the same article. So much for the justice of a charge of " stupidity " against us, coming from a paper that can not deal with its most familar topic without running into 'confusion worse confounded." We now ask our readers to examine care fully the paragraph quoted from the Enquirer, and decide for themselves whether it does net pronounce squatter sovereignty long since exploded. It must be borne in mind that the very essence of squatter sovereignty, as harped on by the Democracy in 1856, Was a man is as capable of governing luni self when he gees to a territory as when he remains in a State, and has the same rights. lCol. Henry S. Lane calls the Fugi tive Slave Law " the monster of all lniqu ties." How do you like that, neighbor ? Enquirer. Our friends of the above paper talk about misrepresentation, when we draw a legiti mate deduction from a statement in their paper. By what name shall we call such a mis-statement of Col. Lane's views as the above made after he tins disclaimed ever having used such language ? We want the public to notice whether the Enquirer folks will have the manliness to copy or notice Col. Lane's denial alluded to, and published by us on yesterday ; or whether the paper will stick to itsmisrepre sentations all through the campaign, for the purpose of injuring Col. Lane in this section. Good Reason Why. James, the novelist, has abandoned his consulate at Venice, and is coming back to Richmond, Ya. He went there to gather materials for a novel of Venetian history, but findiug that the streets were all canals, and that he conld not introduce that solitary horseman of his, be abandoned the place in disgust. The Lsiwyer'e Valentine i" .-f' frt JOBS O. SAXE. I'm notified fair neighbor mine ' By one of our Profession, That this the Term of Valentiue Is Cupid's Special Session. Permit me, therefore, to report Myself, on this occasion, Quito ready to proceed to Court, AnJ File my Declaration. I I've an attachment for you, too ; A legal ami a strong one ; ... . "0, Yield unto the Process, do ; Nor let it be a long one. No scow ling bailiff lurks behind ; ' Hu'd b a precious Boddy, ; Who, failing to Arrest the mind, . ' Should go aud Take the Body. For though a form like yours might throw A sculutor in distraction ; I couldn't serve a Capias uo ."' I'd scorn so base an Action. 0, do not toll me of your youth, And tarn away demurely ; For, though you're very young, in truth, You're not an infant, sorely I The Case is everything; to me ; II j heart is love's owu tissue ; Don't plead a Dilatory Plea; Let's have the General Issue ! Or, since you've really no Defense, Why not, this present Session, Omitting all absurd pretence, Qive Judgment by Confession ? So shall you be my lawful wifo ; And I yonr faithful lover Be Tenant of your heart for Life, - With no Remainder over 1 : Two Views of thb Case. Judge C- , C S. Senator from Vermont, related to us a good anecdote the other day, illustrative of Abolitionism.' The morning he was leaving home to enter upon his duties in this city, a straight-faced . deacon who looked upon the whole South as a great pandemonium,' called on him,' and said : .... " Now, Jndge I want you to do all in your power to abolish slavery." "Well," said the Judge, "how shall I proceed ?" " Oh, I don't know ; but you must abolish it. It's a damnable curse, and must be abolished ; you know more about it than I do. The church is my stronghold,' but you understand national matters, Judge, and can devise some plan, and I know it.'.' .. - 1 "The only way I see to abolish it," aid the Judge, " is to buy up all the slaves and set them free." 1 -; ' " Well, go in for that ; have & law passed that the North shall buy them, and then this trouble will end. Yes, you go in strong for that, Judge." . , " Just as you say, Deacon. I will agree to it in a moment, and will stand my share of the expense. Here is Woodstock, with three hundred inhabitants, and this town would be called on for about six hundred thousand dollars and I will urge it before the Senate." ...... The good deacon opened his mouth, then his eyes, allowed his tongue to escape from one corner of his mouth, scratched his head, and tapped impatiently on the floor with his foot. As the Judge was leaving the room, the deacon's power of speech came to him, and he immediately called out : "Ob, say, Judge, I guess you'd ' better let slavery alone. The poor black devils are better off in the South than up here in this cold climate." Exchange. B9Under the head of " Ci incline for Criminals," Mr.' Punch makes this alarming statement: . . . . r ' . -. . .: As an instance of how largely the large petticoats are U3ed in acts of petty larceny, we may mention a small fact which has come within our knowledge, and which it may be to the interests of shopkeepers to know. Concealed beneath the skirts of a fasionably dressed female were, the other day, discovered by a vigilent detective, the following choice proofs of her propensity to plunder, .vizj twenty-three shawls, eleven dozen handkerchiefs, sixteen pairs of boots (fifteen of them made up with a military heel),' a case of eau-de-cologne,' a ditto of black hair-dye, thirty pairs' 'Stays: twenty six chemises, five dozen Cambric handker chiefs, and eleven ditto silk, nineteen muslin collars and four and twenty crotchet ones, a dressing case, five hair brushes (three of them made with tortoise Shetland two with ivory gilt backs), n pair curling irons, eight bonnet without trimmings and nine and twenty with them, a hundred rolls of ribbon, half a hundred weight of worsted, ten dozen white kid gloves, and twenty colored ones, forty balls of cotton, nine and ninety skeins of silk, a gridiron, two coal scuttles, three packets of . ham sandwiches, twenty-five mince pies, half a leg of mutton, six boxes of French plums,' ten ditto .bon-bons, nine patea'de foie gras, a dozen cakes of choco late, and nine of portable hare soup, a warming-pan,' five bracelets, abrace of large brass bird cages, sixteen bowls of gold fish, half a score of lapdogs, fourteen dozen lever watches, and an eight-day kitchen clock. After this dicovery, who will venture to deny that crinoline with shoplifters is com parable to charity, inasmuch as : it may cover a multitude of sins. A Dbsibablb Cosmetic. A certain fash ionable countess has long used a recipe or wash, of her own making, by which she retained her complexion until long after the allotted three score years and ten. A firm in Regent-street, Iordon, has given the extraordinary sum of 3,000 for the recipe, and the celebrated " bloom " is to be forthwith-at the service of the less aris tocratic portion of society. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS. E. R. DURKEE &. CO.'S ' Soloct Spioos. j-ipjmjjytmsmib jvot jvm jr- VTsolutely and perfectly pure, but ground from fresh Spices, selected and cleaned by us expressly lor the puriueo, without reference to cost. They are beautifully packed in tinfoil lilted with paper), to prevent injury by keeping, aud are full weight, while the ordinary ground Spices are almost in variably short. Wo warrant them, in point of strength and richness of flavor, beyond all com parison, as a single trial will abundantly prove. Manufactured ouly.by . K. DURKEE A CO., teb20 isdifw 181 I'earl street, New York. jrtoTTOJ' JtKJV8, it j -r r a .v and Carpet Chain. A lull supply always on baud ; for sale at the lowest factory prices. 8. K. GILBERT it CO., febl 8 - 1 Agents "Cypress Mills." PRACTICAL GARDENER. . , MtlJS'OS OP UAH it Ji.VI .VfV, JL executed in the neatest style. Urass plota. aud gardens laid out and improvements of all kinds made to order. Vines and all kinds of trees care fully pruned. Gardens taken to keep in order by the year if required. Plans of hot houses,- green houses, pits, Ac, and designs for gardens st lit on the shortest notice. lie has no objection to visiting places near Ev ansville. Hot water apparatus ' attached to hot houses, green hobses, f c. Residence, on First Avenne, next door to II. D Allis, Kvansville. Karly orders will much oblige and be promptly filled. . - fel.17 "WILLIAM BIEUBOWEK, WHOLESALE X UGQIST, AND DEALER IN PA INTS, BR USHES, OILS, VA RNIS1I, Window Glass and glassware, Perfumery of all kinds, Medicinal Brandies, Wine, Jfc, c. Wmahturtttu ttlotlt, JHmin mtrtrt. . .. KVAJiVlLLE, IND. 5r Proprietor of thoGenniue Bell's Touh:. leblb-lyd '. ' V OU j'lKif. hUO M.H8. JV8T HMi- ceived and for sale at No. 22 Main St. jan 2d. MISCELLANEOUS. rr anrti az3 jijvit JLj Enlargement, on the Basin of the Cm' cncn which is a new and the best Canai Wb;.. . a Ev ansville, for sale or lease. 'Apply to --, '"WILLIAM H-WAtRili!, ' dec24-dkw3m Laud Ag nt. LAND FOrt SALE. -j ICO acres the n w qr gee 7, .town 2, rang S west. ,j. Itm do n .e qr eo 29, town 2, -range S -vet,-'j 100 do s w ur sec 22. town 52. raiiire 9 west. l'Jl do s e qr sec 31, town 2 range 'J wct. !( douptne qr-sec 26, town 2, range W went. ItiU do - li w qr sec 14, town 3, range 10 nest, JtiO do - s w qr sec 23, town 3, range 10 west. 100 do n e qr sec 2, towd 3, range 10 10O do n e qr sec 24, town 3. range 7 160 do s e qr sec 24, t)wn 3, range 7 10(1 do s w qr sec 24, town 3, range 7 The forego ing tracts will be sold on liberal terms, titles are perfect, Enquire at the . ' REAL ESTATE AGENCY, On Third street, between Main and Sycamore, ' ' iu Wheeler's Building. ' WM. H. WALKEK. Real Estate Agt: m. f) Lots in Lamasco, west of Pigeon Creek Lots in Lamasco, east of Pigeon Creek. Lots in the Eastern Enl'tof Evansville;- -" ' Lots in the Southern do do Lots in Bray s do " do . . Lots ia the 4ch do do Lots in the Donation do do Apply to the undersigned Office in .Wheeler's bnilding, Third street, opposite the Court House. WILLIAM H. WALKER. -dec 24 ; ileal Esta Agent. JLJLjaal extending to tbe Canal, with a wharf ou the basin of the Canal of seventy-five feet, being the most desirable location for manufacturing pur poses in Evausvilie, for sale or lease " Apply to W1LA1AM H. WALKER, ' dec24 ' ' . Real Estate Agent. -mUWMtttH.--15 HIS tiH BEST MM WL fle and blasting, for sale bv fcblS 8. K. GILBERT A CO. TOItJCtO! TOR.1t CO i TOll.itt '0! Thi is the place to buy it cheaper than any where else. for the quality prices ranging from 12 to 45 cents per pound, put up in all the differ ent styles. S. E. GILBERT tW., feblK No. 4 Sycamore st. boxes for Bale low, by febl 3. E. GILBERT CO. THU lJJil MOJVJBX lOO JU8. Very nice strained houev; for sale by febl.V COOK A LAKGLEY. . fcOTMCJ2 MS MIUHKU ' GIVJBJY W W that all persons having chums against thR late firm of Sam. Embich A Co., as well as those in" debted to tlio said firm, will please call and settle as the tirin business must be settled up, on account of the death of the Senior partner Samuel Kin bich. BKN.SHAPKER, feb!7. - Surviving partner. W Wheeling and. Pittsburg nails, just received by WHEELER & BIGGS. fublt - ( SO COM 1.8 MAJVMM,M,J, MfKOM V-A iucu to 2 inches! just received per railroad feb21 SORENSON & CO. by WfoMMUAULMt MMMHOVMlM MJiOM W: erty for sale. i our lots on l ourth street, opposite the market, designated by Nos. 3, 4, 5, and 6, Market Place. All new three story, motal roof bricks, built for stores, suitable for any kind of business, and with good finished dwelling accom modations. for terms of sale, apply to Alien C. Hallock, Real Estate and General Insurance Agent, Marble Hall Bnilding, Main street, Evansville, Ind. lel.lti-lm . . SPRING TRADE. Jolin IX- Dotors, Wholesale Maunfactiirer of Gentlemen's, Ladies', M irises', antl Children's BOOTS, SHOES, AND UPPERS. Carlisle Buildings, No. 53 West Fourth street, Cincinnati. JJVT"MTMJ8 TMMMi JTTMSJVTMOJV OF dealers to the tact that he is now manufactur ing,, and keeps constantly on hand a large stock of the newest and choicest styles of goods ;adapted to the requirement of popular trade, the inducements lie offers ore GOOD GOOHS AT LOAV PRICES. Having been engaged in manufacturing first class goods tV-r ever twenty years, he now claims to have facilities for manufacturing first class goods as chenp, if mt etieaper, than Eastern manufacturers. He feels confident of his ability to offer extra in ducements to close buyers. His motto is a fair field and no favors. Call and examine his goods and you will be sure to buy. .'-.:.'!. Jff Orders promptly attended to. febl5-3md "If TMiJtUrMJViiolit 8 mTjTm MS JsL VIXTUKES. Cau be adjusted by any one with little trouble ; not liable to get out of order. J'or sale by GEO. 8. SONNTAG CO. feblti THE GRKATMEUlOAL DlsUbVEIiY, BCOVlLL'ri 8ABSPAB;ir.LA 8TILLINGIA, OK. Blood and Liver Syrup, : FOR THE CTRE OF Scrofulotts,i,j!philitic and Mercurial Diseases ;. Old Sores, Skin Diseases, and all other Diseases which are caused by an Impure State of the Blood. - t ?, t ,.'.f.. if ; t; I.- ir , r A WONDERFUL CURE OF SCROF ULOUS WHITE SWELLING ! ttemd thm mtmttmeut of Martin itobbif,Jr. vri MY OJVMi OM' TIM WOMtST JmML cases ever recorded ! 1 -He now enjoys Robust Health, and has for the past year doue as much work as any young mau of his age 1 This cure has excited his fiieuds, neighbors, and physicians, aud even some of the Medical Vacuity. One of the Professors (Dr. K. 8. Newton), who was called to see him as a surgeon, not to prescribe, was so forci bly impressed with the Rematkable. Curative Prop erties ot this Medicine, that he has adopted it into his private practice, as well as at the College and Hospitals. Cincinnati, O., Feb. 1C, 1858. Me&scs. A. L. Scotux t Co. Gentlemen : I will, with great pleasure, give my testimony as to what your SARSAPAitlLLA AND STILLING I A, or JSLOOl' ANI L1YEH S YK UP has done for me. Some three and a half years since, I was attacked with a Scrofulous White Swelling, which was attended with most excrutiat ing paiiis 1 1 tried various remedies, aud had two of the best Physicians of the city (one of them a Professor in an Old School Medical Collegf ), aud tbey failed to give me any relief t I was so reduced that I was confined to my bed for over three months. The nerves aud muscles of one leg were so con tracted and drawn up, that I could not walk. I had mor,than a dozeu running ulcers on my legs, from which I took, from time to time, more than One Hundred Pieces of Bone, some of them from three to four inches long. 1 was reduced to almost a skeleton, ud my frieiids hud given up all hopes of my recovery I I was in this condition when I commenced the nse of your Blood and Liver .Syrup. I have used altogether some two dozen bottles of it, and at the same time the Iodine Ointment, which you advise to use with it ; aud lastly, the Healing Ointment, given under the head of " While Swell ing,'' ill your directions. I am now able to attend to business, and my legs have become so strong that I walk without any difficulty and have entirely recovered my health. Yours truly, MARTIN BOBBINS, J a. Residence on Eighth street, between Mound aud John, No. 321 ; or at place of business, with Brovtn Yillette, No. 4 East Fourth street. Bead an extract from the Cincinnati Medical Journal, Vol. 5, page 31o, by its editor, Prof. It. S. Newton, in regard to this remarkable cure : "While Mai tin Bobbins was in the very worst imaginable condition, we were called to attend him for a fracture of the leg, produced by a tall. The indications of a re-uuiou of the bone, uuder the circumstances, were unfavorable, for he would sit, day after day, tucking out small pieces of the bone, which would slough off. I found bim using Sco viil's Preparation, which he continued to use nnti 1 a cure was effected. We gave him no constitution al treatment, being in attendance only a surgeon; yet we confess we had much curiosity to see what could be done in a system so extensively diseased as his was." .... Will the afflicted call on the agent and get a pam phlet containing certificates of cures from well known citizens of Cincinnati ? ftd" Recollect that this Medicine is warranted to cure all diseases that are caused by an impure stale of the Blood. Scovill's Blood and Liver Syr up is composed entirely of vegetables, and is per fectly safe for children to use, in case of sore mouth or eruption on the skin. If mothers value the health of their children, they should eradicate the seeds of the disease before it is too late. Read the statement of one of the oldest chemists in Cincinnati. We hereby certifiy that we have been made ac quainted with Scovill's Sarsaparilla and Stillingia, or.ltlood ami Liver Syrup. The ingredients are entirely vegetable, and no mineral enters the pre paration. W. S. MERRILL A CO. One door west of the Burnet House, Cincinnati." Kur sale by the Proprietors, A. L. SCOVILb fc CO., Ne. 12 West Eighth St., Cincinnati. Also, by Keller A White, Evansville, Ind. N. S. Thompson, " " Ieich A Carlstedt, Also ageuts for the sale of ir. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs, and Ir. Baker's Pain Panacea, for the cur of all pain, both external and internal. feb8-diw2m MISCELLANEOUS. jr ujm vjb jv ujjs u ujvn rom JL sale low 6,000 2 year old .Catawba Grape Boots, 2,1 W 1 year old do, and 20.000 cuttings, all sound raised in my vineyard., . PHILIP DECKEB. feb8.2m dAw . . - IMPROVED Brazilian Pebble Spectacles. I. at-t-txxi3xgr, TFTUVfiMiMS H OMTMCMMJV, MMiSPMiCT- JLA fully announces to the citizens of Evansville and vicinity, that he has permanently located in this place, in Judge Hall's new block, No. 4, Third street, between Main and Locust, where he istend to carry on the manufacturing of the improved Brazilian Pebble Spectacles, and all other kinds of Optical Instruments. X also maunfacture Specta cles for persons afflicted with near-sightedness and cataract.. The improved and celebrated Spectacles are constructed in accordance with the philosophy of nature, in the peculiar form of i concave-convex mirror, admirably adapted to the organ, of sight, and can be used by old and young to pursue the most minute employment, either by day or candle light, with perfect ease, aud never causa that gid diness of the head, or unpleasant Bensation to the eyes, that many experience from using the common kind, but tend to strengthen and improve the sight. These Spectacles have given general satisfaction throughout Europe and America. Persons par chasing these Spectacles, and having the misfortune to break them, can have the lenses re-set without any extra charge. I also have on hand various kinds ef Spy -Glasses, Microscopes, Opera Glasses, and all kinds of Magnifying Lenses. All kinds of Optical Instruments repaired at the shortest notice. J. BITTENBERG, feb9-dwtf ' No. 4, 3d St., bet. Main and Locust. MT MiMO JS-8 JJVMt OMMJVfiMIS, J I ST JLj received and for sale by the box or at retail, by J. P. ELLIOTT, febl 7 ' jfl MM! 88MiMt MOVM.THY OM JML. MLMr kmds received daily, and for sale by . J. P. ELLIOTT, frb!7 . - .- . 22 Main street. ' M.--f M.OT OM JVMC W MUJH.8 and shonlders from smoke bouse, for sale by feM7 .... . J.. P. ELLIOTT. nMCMiMsMlD M'OMM CAJV JiM.WJ"8 K be found at th Pioneer family Grocery, by feb!7 - J. P.ELLIOTT. lOA It HI. 8. VHMXJY-T JUST JtMi- M.99 Vr cei ved and for sale in lots to suit , by J. P. ELLIOTT, ... 22 Main street. febl7 fa MHMt8U M.OT OMf BWMiMIT M'OTjI- WM. tatoes, just received and for sale at the Pio neer Family Grocery. . .J.P.ELLIOTT. feb!7 ' , 7 TJ T VH It 8 20 CJSMiB UUTMitf ml fML matches, for sale by feb!4 WHEELER A BIGGS. COTTOJV . VfitJV 50 MtJWS f 8 sorted Nos. cotton, yarns, 60 bales cotton bat ting, for sale by WHEELER A BIGGS. febl4 g-1HOl OLJTMi I CMIOCOMMTMl ! 100 l lbs Hall's No. 1 extra chocolate. 100 lbs French do For sale by COOK i LANGLEY. feb!5 IS aT TH MI MM CM. 3 O O M1X.TMA MtJiTM Brick, for sale by COOK t LANGLEY. feb!5 'J Vml CO V VMS MS 5 O MMG8. OM.lt government Java coffee, just received by febl4 WHEELER t BIGGS. mBJB or jntiJ T. WM3 UJi VMS o.v W W baud 25,000 pounds of new hams, shoulders, and sides, which we will sell at the lowest prices. febl4 JACOB SINZICH A SON. tfi lVVl" MtJ O 8. MS X.TMM IMMGMi VJB size and heavy, for corn. Also a small lot of four bushel, double gunny bags for bran, Ac, for sale low, for cash, by GEO. FOSTER A CO. febll Cor. Locust st. Canal. JT MqVOM OJVMS CJSJB 8VMMBMMOM JLj Scotch ale, in pints ; Kye, Bourbon, and Mo nongahela whisky , iu quantities to suit; 5 dozeu superior Champagne wine, in pints and quarts ; 2 casits of best Cognac brandy, for sale cheap by T.REDMOND, febl I Posey's Block. State ont OV THE COKOITION OF tR Home Insurance Company, ' OF' NEW YORK, ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. ISM', MADE TO THE AUDITOR OF THE STATE OF INDIANA, PURSUANT TO THE 8TATUTK OF THAT STATE. ' NAME AND LOCATION. npiIMl JJlMMi Of TUM8 COM JE pany is the Homk Insurance Company, incorporated in 1S53, and located in the City of New York. , CAPITAL ONE MILLION DOLLARS. The Capital of said Company actually paid up in cash is ....31,000,000 00 The surplus on the 1st day of January, 1800 415,815 85 Total amount of capital aud surplus?!, 415,815 H5 ' ASSETS. ' ' Amount of cash in Ceutiuen. : - . tal Bank, N. Y 849,707 64 Amount of cash in hands of Agents, and in course of transmission, (balance)...... 25,505 51 Amount of unincumbered real estate, No. 4 Wall street 67,090 00 Amount of United States treasury notes, market vol- -ne 102,241 20 Amount Missouri Stale bonds, U per cent., market value... 1C,22G 00 Amount of North Carolina bonds, C per cent., market value 9,630 03 Amount of Tennessee bonds, 6 per ceut., market value... 9,000 00 Amount of Brooklyn City water bonds, 6 per cent., market value 10,250 00 Amount of bank stocks, mar ket value 83,525 00 Amountof loanson bondsand mortgages, being first lien of record on unincumbered real estate, worth at least SI, 695,300, aud on which there is less than one year's iuterent due and owing rate of interest 7 per cent. .860,002 03 Amount of loans on stock and bonds, payable on demand, the market value of securi tiet pledged, $251,529 186,690 00 Amount due from premiums w on policies issned at office.... 1,867 79 Amount of bills receivable for premiums on inland navigation risks, Ac 11,064 41 Interest actually due and paid 24,928 80 $1,458,369 28 LIABILITIES. Amount of losses adjusted, and due and unpaid None. Amount of losses incurred and in process of adjustment 17,658 31 Amount of losses reported on which no notion mil been taken 15,422 12 Amount of claims for losses resisted by the Company... 9,500 0O Amount of dividends declar ed, and due and unpaid , None. Amount of dividends, either cash or scrip, declared but not yet due None. Amount of money borrowed Noue. Amount of all other existing claims against the Co None. Total amount of losses, claims aud liabilities S42.5S0 43 The greatest amount insured on any one risk is 930,01)0, but will not, as a general rule, exceed 10,000. The Company has no general rnle as to the amount allowed to be insured in any city, town, village or block, being governed in this matter, in each caxe, by the general character of buildings, width of streets, facilities for putting out fires, Ac. No part of its capital or earnings is deposited in any other State as security therein. An attested copy of the Charter or Act of Incor poration accompanies this statement. STATE OF NEW FORK, I go City and County of New York, J Charles J. Martin, President, and J. Milton Smith, Secretary of the Home Insurance Company, being severally sworn, depose and say , and eauh for himself says, that the foregoing is a true, full and correct statement of the affairs of the said Corpo ration, and that they are the above described offi cers thereof (Signed,) CHARLES J. MARTIN, Pres't. (Signed,) J. Ml LTOK SMITH, Sec'y. Subscribed and sworn before me, this 17th day of r . January, A. D. I860. Witueaa my hand l3EAL-J and official seal. (Signed,) BENJAMIN RANKIN, Commissioner for Indiana, in New York, 106 Broadway, N. Y. . Allen C. Hallock Is the duly authorized agent for this city, as H-r certificate or authority filed in the Couuty Clerk's office. This Company insures against loss or damage by fire to buildings, merchandise, household furniture, aud personal property generally. ' Also, against the perils of iulaud navigatiou, at fair rates of prem ium. ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Agent, Marble Hall Building, Main Street, Evans ville. Ieb3-tap28 MISCELLANEOUS. WHEELER y & ' WILSON'S SEWING IVt A CHINE. . No. 5, First street, bet. Main and Locust. . . "WUwMS- OFJPMiM TO- THM1 1'VttlMV V W Wheeler A Wilson's Improved Sowing Ma chine at reduced prices, with increased confidence in its merits as the best and most reliable family sewing machine now in use; ' It sews equally well on the thickest or thinest fabrics ; makes the lock stich impossible to unravel, with the essential ad vantage of being alike on both jiides,- foiming no ridge or chain on the under side ; is simple in con struction, more speedy in movement and more du rable than any other machine. We give full in structions to enable the purchaser to' sew ordinary seams, stitch, hem, fill, quilt, gather, bind, and tuck, all on the same machine, and warrant for three years. .. - . .. We also keep constantly on hand a' full assort ment of Singer's machines. Circulars containing testimonials of the alicve machines, from persons of the highest standing East and West, giving prices, Ac:, will be furnished gratis on application in ierson, or by letter. feb91y F. M. SELLMAN. L 17 11 R MIOUSMS JUOMiJ 88Mi 8 1 . A3 50bbls; , 50 half bids St. James' Sugar House Molasses ; in store, and for sale by feb6 . PRESTON BROS. jrmOOM' AT.'Jt 8MMMSS OMf Sm. Children's, Misses', and Ladies' Steel Spring Skirts, just opened, at fob6 EM.BICH A CO.'S Cheap Cash Store. J? WlJVtl BMLK Jljy'lt MfM.088M 9 full assortment comprising the colors of the rainbow opened this dav, at teb EMBICH A CO.'S Cheap Cash Store rmo mjiVMi vovM 8om,ms j jrtt JL MONEY ! Buy your Shoes from . febO S EM B1CH A CO., 49 Main street. Orn cg.OTUsMJHoa.jjW', om all widths; Table, Bureau, aud Stand covers, of all sizes, for sale cheap at febG S. EMBICH CO.'S, 49 Main street. glOVIt SPOOL THR MS Jit TMMMi y best in any market, all colors opened this day at EMBICH A CO.'S Cheap Cash Store. feb6 Kn MtOXMSS 'HMSMiSMS M Vr lo cases sardines ; 75 socks coffee. Just received, aud for sale by . feb6 . SORENSON A CO. S'tfitoxxaLOXi.'t Or TUB CONDITION OP TUB Hartford Fire Insurance Co., HADE TO THE AUDITOR OF THE STATE OF INDIANA, JANUARY 1, 1860 1st. The name of this Company is the Hartford Fire Insurance Company, and is located at Hart ford, Connecticut. CAPITAL. 2d. The nmount of Capital Stock is 500,000 00 3d. The amount of Capital Stock paid up.. 500,000 00 ASSETS. 4th. Cash on hand and in B'k...$38,338 11 Cash in hands of Agents, or in course of transmission 62,608 89 Cash loaned on call 30,000 001.11,029 00 Bills receivable, secured by personal and collateral security 70,223 59 Beal estate unencumbered, building and lot 19 Pearl St., Hartford ..15,000 00 STOCK AND BONDS AS FOLLOWS, VIZ , PABTAL. M'KTTAL 611 Shares Hartford B'k 8tock....$51,100 guU,985 400 shares Phoenix b'k Btoek 40,000 37.200 100 shares Conn. Riv.b'k'g Co stk. 6,000 ' 6,500 200 shares Exchange bank stock... 10,000 10,000 150 shares. Bank of Hartford Co. ; b'k stock 7,500 , 7,350 200 shares Charter Oak b'k stuck. 20,000 ' 20,800 220 shares Formers it Mechanics' , b'k stock 22,000 25,520 150 shares Mercantile b'k stock.-. 15,000 - 15,000 132 shares Merchants and Manu- fae'rs bsuk stock 13,200 13,332 315 shares A'Ana. b'k stock 31,500 .,114,020 184 shares City bank stock ." 18,500 21,645. 200 shares An;iican Exchange bk -1 '. - stock, N Y 20,000 20,000 200 shares Bank of Commerce b,k stock, N Y... 20,000 v. 19,800 300 shares Importers' A Traders B'k sock, N Y... 30,000. '83,600 300 shares Bank of America bank stock, N Y 30,000 83,450 200 shares Manhattan Co. b'k stock.. 10.000 14,050 200 shares Merchants B'k s'k, N Y, lft.otHI . .. . 15,825 200 shares Union B'k stork, N Y.. Iii.Ihki lo.ooo 200 shares Ocean B'k stock, N Y.. 10,000 ' 9,200 100 shares Bank of N America Bk - -., stock, N Y 10,000 10,700 300 sliares Metropolitan b'k stock, . ' N Y 30,000 '83,600 100 shares Blackstone b'k stock, - ' '' Boston , 10,000 10,550 10 shares Bank of Commerce st'k, Boston 10,000 10,600 100 shares Granite bk stock, Bos ton.. mi i.4 1O.00O 10,550 10 shares Suffolk B'k stock, Bos ton 1,000 ' L265 100 shares Hide aud Leather B'k, , - 'Boston 10,000 10,550 100 shares Webster b'k stock, ' Boston 10,000 10.750 100 shares National B'k stock, Bos ton 10,000. 10,400 100 shares Atlantic B'k stock, Bos ton 10,000 . 10,600 100 chares Safety Fund B'k stock - ' Boston 10,000 10,300 100 shares Boylston Bank stock Boston .'. 10,000 11,900 100 shares Revere Bank stock Bos- ton . 10,000 10,100 200 shares B'k of the State of Mis- souri stock- 20,600 . 20,200 200 shares Merchants' B'k stock St. Louis : 30,000 20 100 120 shares Connecticut River Com pany stock 12,000 3,000 20 b ares Connecticut River R. R. Company 2,000 1,300 100 shares Hartford A N Haven K R Co stock 10,000 12,450 20 Tennessee State Bonds, 6 per cents, payable 1892. 20,000 18,100 2 Ohio State Bonds, 6 per cents, payable I860 10,000 : 10,125 20 Michigau State Bds, 6 ! cents, payable 1863 20,000 20,000 10 Missouri State Stock, 6 per ceut. payable 10,000 8,400 25 Hartford Gity Bds, 6 per cents, payable 1876 35,000 38,600 20 shares State Bank Wisconsin . stock, Milwankio 2,000 2,140 . 8680,800 $720,467 $720,457 Total Assets ...8930,709 69 LIABILITIES. 5th. No liabilities to Banks, or others, due or not due. 6th. No losses adjusted and due. 7th. Losses either unadjusted lec 01085 1 8th. or adjusted and not due, f ' 9th. Losses iu suspense, waiting further proof, iucluded in but answer above, loth. All other claims against the Company (dividends unpaid) l. Total amount of liabilities $66)30 85 11th. The rule of the Company is not to exceed $10, 000 in any one risk, subject to loss by a siogle fire. 12th. The amonnt insured in a city or village, de pends upon its size generally all the desirable risks te be had ; subject to tne rule last Above named. 13th. The amonnt Insured in any one block of buildings, depends upon its sizj and construc tion, subject to the rule abeve referred to. 14th. A certified copy of the act of Incorporation accompanies this Statement. TIMOTHY . ALLYN, Sec'y. STATE OF CONNECTICUT,) Haktkord County, j Jam as.! 6th, 18C0.. ' Personally appeared T. C, Alltn, Secretary of the Hartford Fire Insurance Company, and made oath that the foregoing statement, by him subscrib ed, is a true, full, and correct statement of the af fairs of said Company, and exhibits, so far as can be ascertained at this date, its actual condition on the 1st day of January, 18tto Boforeme, GEO. S. GILMAN, Justice of the Peace. -Aixbs C. Hallocc is the duly authorised agent for this city, by certificate of authority from the Auditor of State, tiled in the County Clerk's office. Applications for Insurance ou uiorchaudize, store houses, dwellings, and contents, will be attended to aud policies issued at reasonable rates. ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Agent, Marble Hall building, No. 9 Main street, Evans ville, Ind. jan23-tap28 I . stzy- , , n , -J . y MISCELLANEOUS. i?r jjbpst jljukfb! ' i-.jmp ubt JLj .received ffom. Boston, a large lot of Coal Oil and Fluid Lamps,; which, tu consequence of the lateness of ttio season, have heeh bought at greatly reduced prices, and will be sold cheaper than ever offered before at 17 MAIN ST. Trj7BVTJ It-M1! VMS MtVJVMtMMSMt WW dollars in County Orders iu exchange for groceries by CU AS. McJOHN STON, feb3 Pceey's Block. FmMlW MOOM8MJM.M'MM'a JlM- W pending Crisis the 50 ceut editions ; Dobell's Poems; Poems author -of John Hal i fox ; History of the. Whig Party,, just published ; the Great Tribulation, bv Cummin ir. second series : Sir Ro han's Ghost, a new romance , Olive, by author of John liaiifax, at ' DOBELL t CONYNGTON. jan30 . , . . . rWMIH CJVItMi MBMtiJYMSMt M8 MM.MiJ8 "Jl ' ed to inform his curtontera and the trade gen erally that he has become connected with one of the laxgent importing nouses in New York, tor the purpose of carryiac on more effectually the Drug aad Apothecary business in all its branches,. By this arrangement I shall always have a full supply of pure medicines that will be sold on better terms than ever otTeredJbefore; Orders by mail or otherwise attended to promptly and satisfaction warranted. , ., r ,W. H. P. STODDARD, ' 17 Main st., Evansville, Ind. 7f WMJV8M.O H", MUfMSMM WfJEenced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to the attention of mothers, her SOOTHING SYRUP, for Children Teething, which greatly facilitates the process jf Teething, by .softening tne gums, redu cing all iunamniation will allay all pain and spasmodic action, and is SURE TO REGULATE THE B6WELS. Depend upon it, niothers, it will give rest to yourself, ad . KELIIF AND HEALTH TO TOUR INFANTS. - We have pnt up and sold this article for over tea year, and can say.Tiu confidence and truth of it,, what, we have itevfjer been able lo sayof any other medicine heveruag it failed, in a single instance, to effect a curewhen timely used. Nev er did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it.0n the contrary, all are delighted with its operations, and speak in tfirms of highest' commeodajjjtiou of its magical et fects aud medical virtues 2 We speak iu this matter " what we do know,' afTterteu yearn' experience, and pledge our reputaOiiou for the fulfilment of what we here declare. Jlo almost every instance where the infant is sof -foring from paiu aud ex haustion, relief will beCOfoundin 15 or 20 minutes after the Syrnp is adniingjistered. : This valuable preparagtion is the prescription of oue of the most experienced and skillful Nurses in New England, aud has been used with never tailing success iuHthonsands of casus. It not only relievesXthe child from pain, but invigorates the stomachtlend bowels, correct acid; ity, and gives tone andTenergy to tbu whole sys tem. It will almost innstautly relieve Griping in the Bowels and WTndOOColic, and overcome con vulsions, . which, if notspeedily remedied, end in death. We believe it-gthe best and surest rem edy in the world, ia al bgoasos of Dysentery aud Diarrhea in children, .whether it arises from teething or from any. other cause. ' We would say to every mother who 1 has a child anffering from any of the foregoing complai nts, do not let your prejudices, nor the prejudices of others, stand between your suffering child and the relief that will be sure yes, absolutely sure to follow the use of this medicine, if timely used. Full directions for using will accompany each bottle.! Kone genuine unless the Juc-siinile of CURTIS A PERKINS, New York; is on the out-, side wrapper. : Sold by Druggists throughout the world. Prin cipal office, No. 13 Cedar street, New York. Price 25 cts. a Bottle. jaol3-dwly. KELLER A WHITE, Agents; Evansville, Ind. m f BV8HMSM.8 MFMMMM1 fOTJ- TOES, , 40 bush sweet do, 39 do turnips. 20 do onions, ' ' ' ' ' In store and for sale at COOK A LANGLEY' S. TBWBHO if.MJT8 JJ OWMSMCOJT WW- CHEAP? In order to make room for eur Spring stock of Clothing, we will for the next sixty days offer our entire stock of superior overcoats and all styles of winter clothing- at COST FOR CASH ; aud in order to suit all, we will sell either at wholesale or RETAIL. All parsons wanting a BARGAIN in this line will find it at No. 20 Main street. WM. E. FRENCH A CO. jaa24 -- ' " JBtotTfrtjrt'e Stovo swAwjva ojv itjjvtt, Ji lyjutiK jKlot of these truly and justly celebrated, newly and greatly Improved summer and winter Cooking Stoves, of the unrivalled Stewart's Patent, and at tbw only agency in this city. Thos. Scant Un'tNo. 29 Main street hetween 1 "-'. !1 ' First and Second. ' The first premium was awarded to this stove as the best coal er wood-cooking stove, at the South Western Indiana DUtrict Fair, held at this place. ' No stove ever devised combines as numerous or important scientific principles this of Stewart's. It broils, boils, bakes and roiMs at the same mo ment, without one dish imparting flavor to another, or producing that sameness of taste in moats, aud gravies, which, to thedelicateand fastidious of taste makes so insuperable an objection to every other cooking stove now in use. With oue-fourth the fuel employed in the best of stores now in uso, this most perfect and complete cooking apparatus performs, simultaneously and more perfectly than has ever before been accomplished? everything required in the best provided families, so far as cooking is concerned- When, too, it is borne in mind that the most delicate females can visit the kitchen when the Stewart Stove is fully employed, and Ihe lire Is at its highest, without the smallest unpleasantness from the change of temperature, so little is the heat from if diffased externally, an inducement is pre sented for its universal employment never hereto fore presented in any other stovo. That, indeed, is one of its principal attractions, as well u its greatest wonder, how heat is so economized and diffused within the stove Itself, and so little perceptibly es capes into the kitchen, place where, . with any of the Steves now in use, other than Stowart's, it ia scarcely possible for any one, in warm weather more particularly, to breathe with comfort. For 20 years, Mr. Stewart has been employed in perfecting this stove, and since last February, he has obtained three new patents for improvements, which, in his opinion, and the epiuion -of aH who hare examined it, made it perfect. Within four years, tweatu thoutamd of them have been sold, under a full guarantee, and not oue haa been returned. These remarkable results have emboldened a host of stove manufacturers to imitate the Stewart Stove, but, save in exterior appearance, which the old pa tents (having expired) enables them to give, they no more resemble Stewart's than cltalk does cheese. These imitations are known by various names, but they are all deficient in important particulars, such as the air-tight boxes, by which full control is kept over the fire, and of the heat, by a draft damper, ingeniously contr ved, which also admits a constant current of cold air on the outside of the fire-box, which again becomes heated air, and, passing into the oven, is made available for cooking purposes. The agent and subscriber ia receiving the best Imitation of the Stewart Stove, called " Pride of the West," which he will be happy to dispose of at two thirds of the price of the genuine Stewart's. It is possible, ot course, to cook with it, but it bears no comparison to Stewart's. The " Stewart " is sold by the agent under a full gnarae tee to perform, as recommended, and if, with in three months from purchasing, auy fault is found with them, he will take them back, and refund the money. Housekeepers will bear in mind then, that the genuine Stewart Stove, bought at the only agents here, will, with half the labor and one-fourth the fuel, do more and better cooking thau any other tove ever constructed. , THOS. SCANTLIN, No. 29 Main street. Sole Agent for tne sale of the Stewart Stove ia Southern Indiana and Kentucky. GERMAN & FRENCH NIGHT SCHOOL. rfflHMS VJ"MtMSB8MtfJVMSMI JH08T BMS' JL spectfully begs leave to inform his fri-iud nd the public in general, that he has opened a night school for the instruction of the French and German languages. Being a graduate of a European Universitv. and a teacher of practice and experi ence, which he haa become by exertion during a number of years, he hopes to satisfy all those who may entrust themselves or be entrusted unto hie care, and begs the patronage of his fellow citizens. Also, young clergymen and students of the gospel are requested te take notice of his lessons iu the Hebrew language. For particulars, apply to jut. ur.ju. vtLUAatu. . . ' Prof. Of ancient and modern languages. First street, rear of Bebm'a Commercial College. jan20-3m mmoTMCM TO B UMM.AIMS R8. 8MSJI tr W ' MSB proposals will be received by either W. Collins, Ira P. Grainger, or J. Hall, of Knight Township, County Of Vanderburgh, Indiana, until Saturday, the 11th day of February next, for the erection of a framed Church edifice, four miles east of Evansville, on the Evansville and Newburgh road. For plan and specifications, enquire of J. Hall. d-td Jan aery 19th, I860. BUSINESS CARDS. j; ci dusoucketT" . . v i Wholesale aud Eetai ; FEED AND SEED S?ORE Dealeb nt IIAY, CORX, OATS, -$HIP-STVFrD ItBAtr Wmttr St, bet. .t7 mma Mcu.t, nov2-ly ' ; ,'i KYANSTLLE, Iffr, Philip Decke, ; (Successor .to- Decker A Kruer), MANUFACTURER OF LilD OIL, SOAP AND CANDLJS, Also an extra article of , , MtVBJVMJVG, MSJS'GMJVMS, ' R OIC, Dealers in BosinSoda, Ashes, Ac Also PURE CATAWBA WI1E, Of our own raising, in quantities tosutt nrrhasers, 46 Mmin Sirset bit.MVrtt tcom. EVANSVILLE, I WI Terms cash or 60 day's paper dutiable in bank. jauai-ly V BED. 8HABPE ... ..J. s. wirrrr.B. F. SHARPS & CO.. Wholesale aud Retail Dealers in all kinds of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT FARM AND GARDEN SEEDS, 130 Main st., bet. Fourth and Canal, MS VA XS VILLtr, ' IN D. w 47 O M. MS 8Ji M. MS JJVlt HMSTJML BOOB. A STATIONERY STORE. . -cv Just received aud for sale by the sub- J' scriber, a large and splendid assortment " q j of Book and Stationery, consisting in' ff part of 600 Reams ot Cup, Letter Ti sisr Note Paper ; 600 Quires of Blank Books, from 10c to 81.50 per quire; 150,000 assorted Envcloies; Memorandum Books of all kinds ; also, a largo as sortment of School Books ; Bibles of all kinds ; all kinds of Miscellaneous Works ; Gold Pens of all kinds ; Steel Pens of every brand ; Gold and 8il Penholders and Pencils ; Pocket Books and Port monnais of every description ; Musical Instrument cf all kinds ; Sheet Musio and Music Taper; Draw, ing Paper and Pictures ; Slutea and Pencils ; Ink and Inkstands ; and many other articles too nu merous to mention, all of which will be sold at the very lowest prico for cash. J. UEALY, Foster's Block, corner of Main and First streets. Hrl4 Theodore Mingst & Co., Wolfitle and Befall Dealers in TQBAG0O AND CIGARS, ' - A'O. 4 FlliST STREET, . Between Main and Sycamore Streete, KVANSVIL.LE, IND. Jan4-6md Henkt F. Millkr.) . Uekbt Ailhai's. Formeriyof W. J.l'eubler Formerly of S. Embich. Miller & Niehaus, CHEAP CASH miY GOODS STORE, ; . No. 43 Main Stbext, mar23 ... , EVANSVILLE, IND. E?au$ri!Ic Commercial College, 7, JVORTII FIRST 8TMMSMST, 9 W EVANSVILLE, IND. This Institution pre sents every "inducement to young men wishing ti acquire a thorough practice.! knowledge of Double. Entry Book Keeping, as well as a general Business Education. . This institution has been In successful operation for over Ave years. For Catalogues or other par ticulars, call at the Rooms, or address dec!3-ly JEREMIAH BEHM, Principal. INSURANCE jiGENOYT ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Kvaiisvilie. UNDERWRITER AN D GENERAL INSUBANCI AGENT, , Adjustkb or Averages, and Notabt Public. He continues to issue Policies from several First Class and most reliable INSURANCE COMPANIES In the Country, on Inland aud Fire EUk: He wil also receive applications for LIFE INSURANCE. He will attend to the Adjustment of Loose of every description under - policies from other agencies, and attend to the settlement of all mot tors connected with INSURANCE, for parties in terested. His long experience as an Insubanck Afknt, has made him familiar with all subjects connected with Insurance. Jfrg-Qllico. Marlile Hall Bnilding, No. 9 Main St. IIUNHELL'S Flooring ivr-in " .. noRNEB or " ? ' " WALNUT STREET AND THE CANAI EVAXSriLLE, 1SV. rgMtlH MS8TJUM,MSH3IMSJ JL is now iu full operation, with new and com plete Machinery of the latest style, for Planing and Dressing Lumber, planing and grooving Floor ing, making Doors and Sash Mouldings, Window Blinds, aud every other description of work dons in such establishments. All work ut these Mills warranted to be well doue, aud will be offered at the lowest cash prices Packing Boxes of all kinds made to order, i Brackets and Scrolls aaweu to any pattern. Slitting and all kinds of Sawing done to order, and in the most approved style. Jy23 WILLIAM HTJNKELL. New Admimstration. ! TO OLD PATRONS AND NEW ONESI J.P.ELLIOTT, Successor to .. it Cook, Pioneer Family Grocery , No. 22 Main Street. Tf8 ."V W . HJJS-n WI T It JL an alimwt emllcss variety of Fancy and Staph Grt aperies which he intends to sell at UNIFORM prices. He will not sail oue or two leading articles at cost or tielow cwt to attract attention ; but the community may rely ou getting good ai tides at fair average prices. I have something for almost everybody; mechanics, dealers, house keepers, misses and bachelors can liud goods In which they will obtain value received for their money. jan 14 J. P. ELLIOTT'S Family Grocer. y-iTm JStla.5tirKo, ' " Dealer Pi aud Manufacturer of BOOTS. SHOES, AND LEATHER. y.LSO, DKAI.EB IS Tanners' Oil, Shoe Findings, Tanners' and Curri ers' Tools, Patent Leather, Moroccos, Shoe Thread Boot Web, Ac, Ac. Cush paid for Hides and Sheep Skins. No. IM East Washington street, Indianapo. lis, Indiana. dec29-3mdAw CENTRE OF ATTRACTION " AT THE LITTLE MAN & CO.'S ! ! W 8 MS VMS B fBOMFWM8 .V V MHO- VM. vidiug thenis 'res with the necessaries o f life. comfort, gifts, Ac, it is well to know that 8. EM BICH k CO., No. 40 Main street, have received the greater part of their stock of Goods lately, which were bought at Panic Prices, and which they are Belling oil' very cheap. Ca'l and see them bo trouble to show goods . dec 10 ,v - J. C, NUBLINC. rOBHEELV WITM UBBA.it, VD1S A Co., CINCINNATI. Manufacturer of ' FIRE AND BURGLAh, PROOF Corner 'I'lilrit and 1)1 vision Street KVAKHVILLE, IND. Constantly on hand, all different size of Safes, latest styles and improvements, guaranteed to be equal in durability and finish to auy Eastern manu. facturers, at the lowest Cincinnati prices. Also Manufacturer of LOCKS, WALL SAFES, SHUTTERS, Etc., all finished in the best style of workmanship. Specimens of Safes, etc, may lie seen at Messrs . Roelker, Kliuman A Co., 76 Main street, to wboi. . all orders must be addressed. ng31 Family Groceries. W xaa- Oxld-VAroll, AO. 9, FIHtiT ST., IIET. MAIS LOCUST. WMJ8 0JV HJJS'B JJY11 Will. ME MM. ceive regularly duriug the coming winter and spriug, a choice article of MI AtC EH TABLE BVTTEIt. Also Poultry, Kgirs, Vegetables, Dried Fruit, Homtniuy, Benus, Split rVae, L,"af Lard Ac. FLOUR AND MEAL. My stock of utaple and fancy groceries is lrge and complete. Give Partner a call. KsrN. B. Goods delivered to any part -J the city free of charge. HOME INSURANCEAf THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE OF VANDERBURGH COUNTY, IND., OROJJS'IXMSB JUOVSTf 1835 This Company continues to take risks on buildings and their eouteuts, in the city or country. Applications may be left with either of the Di rectors, or wun me secretary. ... Directors : R. S. Teimey, Philip Decker, Robert Barnes, II. D Allis, J. B. Ahleriug, Wm. K Pres ton, and W. Baker. janl3-3m R0BKRT CABLET, Seo'ty. Enquirer ai d Volksbote copy.) JTV8T BMSVBIVMSB J 8MM,BJVltIB stock of fresh and pure garden seeds, c-f every varietv.at , F. SUARPE Jt CO.'S Ofl J CMB 8 OMf U.yit J'MSJM 19 jmm M Evansville, for sale by WILLIAM H. WALKER, Real Estate Agent, dec24 Third street, opp. the Court Heute.