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'-h - ' ' s i. , 1 T '- " ' 1 1 1 f W in ii WMlfirUWi Mi JJJ MMJHM Mi m i i i r . 7 v RIVERITEMS. Regular Packets expecting notices of their running arrangements in tlie Journal, must advertise with us. All kinds of Steam' boat Job Work done at short notice, in good style, and at reasonable rates. ; Extra copies of the paper for tale at all times. CTKAMBOATBKGISTEB. John Raiue, Loa., Charley Bawen, Cairo, Lahlgh.St. Leuis, Kick Tbomu, Cin., tuu. Pitta- Eunice, St. Louis, Marengo, If. O., Com. Perry, St. LonU, Pacific. X. O., Kate Mar, Pitts.. , ureal HMteni, n. v. DIPaETlD. Greenville. B. Oreui, John Baine, K. O., Eunice. Pitts.. Charier Bewen, Cairo. Marengo, Pitta., Com. Perry, Pitta., Pacific, Loo., Kate Ma j, Ark. Rirer. Lehigb, Pitts-, Mick Thomas, N. O., Emma, Bt. Louis, Great Western, Cin. The Weather, yesterday, was rery pleasant. At times it was cloudy with ap pearances of rain, and again the sun would come out clear and warm. We should judge we are soon to. be Visited with some rain, and that the present warm spell is a sure indication of it. There was considerable wind last night. ......Business yesterday was dull. Freights are still accumulating, and we presume there are in the neighborhood of 2000 tons awaiting shipment at the pres ent time. We have not yet heard of any advance in rates, which may be quoted as follows : To New Orleans Corn 25c per sack; Pork and Lard 50c per bbl or tierce; Tobacco $4 per hhd; Hay 8 per ;ton; Fiour 35c per bbl j Whisky, 50c per bbl. PoundFreigbts 20c per 100 lbs. To St. Louis 25c per 100 pounds. To Cincinnati 12Jcper 100 pounds. To Parkersburg 15c per 100 pounds. ...... Tb.e splendid Dunbar is the regular mail packet to-day at 12 o'clock. We ad Tise our friends, if they wish to make a pleasant excursion down the river, to secure passage on the Dunbar. . Her fare would ' tickle the palate of an epicure, and ber ac commodations can . not be excelled . in any particular. ''"'". . ..,...Tbe John Maine, night before last, took on no freight except a few barrels of eggs from P. G. O' Riley k Co... ...The Charley Bowen arrived with a light trip, and departed yesterday at her usual hour ......The Eunice was at the landing on Mon day night. She received some 50 hhds of bacon, from I. A. Crane & Co. Tbe Em ma touched yesterday and put off about eight or ten tons of freight. She received on board two or three tons for St. Louis. The Greenville departed on Monday night with a good trip The Lue Eaves also left yesterday, with a light load. The Freestone did not get off yester day on account of not getting her repairs made. . We are, however, assured by C'apt. Kir kpat rick, that she will leave to-day at 12 , . 'clock. Let all be on hand at that hour. The Fanny Bullitt was expected by our commission men last night, but it was very doubtful whether she would take any freight off their hands. We need another Evansville and New Orleans packet. Tbe business would support two boats of tbe largest class, easy. . , The River continues to decline at all points. Our correspondent gives us the stage of the Wabash. .... Ik is reported that the Novelty is in distress at Gregory's Landing in White river, her machinery having been disabled by an encounter with a snag. Tbi Fotcrb or Stuakboatino. By the report of the wharf register of Cincinnati, 'March 1st, 1860, we learn that, for the year ending at that date, the receipts for wharf age were $16,945.35 on 969 boats or an : average of about 18 per week. The year before, the receipts were $17,768.95 show ing a decrease of $823.60. It seems that the river business is giving way slowly be fore the advance of the railroad interest. In a few years, so soon as the railroad system approximates to completion, our finer passenger steamers will wear out, and pone like them will be built in their places. , Then large, broad, light-draught, powerful freight-boats, with respectable accommoda tions for passengers, will do most of the riv er business. Flat boats will become a rarity and ultimately go out of use, and all freight will be transported by steam. Then the through passenger business on Steamers will be pretty well abolished. Per sons in good circumstances, who have time and inclination to travel confortably, will go and come by river likewise those who ... wish to travel cheaply. Steamboats will have to cut under the railroads to maka traveling by them an object and be able to compete with railroads. f ;Way lines and, way business will be in - vogue for many years yet, and we may any ' that some way lines will always pay. In carrying heavy freights, steamboats will al ways have the advantage. - So keep up your spirits, steamboatmen. You will find plenty to do in your favorite business as long as you live. . The Louisville Courier is our authority for the following : Early yesterday morning, as the Atlanta was coming out of the canal, she - swung around on the ledge of rocks above the bead of the canal, where she now lies. As the river is falling very fast she is likely to re main there some time, and should tbe river keep falling as fast as it has for the past 43 hours, she will be high and dry in the course of a day or two.. Sne was from St. Louis, and bound for Pittsburg. - Pittsburg, March 6, at. RiTer 10 feet 11 Inches by the - pier mark and '-fulling. " Weather clear and pleasant. Vlnceunct Correspondence. . ".' '"ViycrssES, March 6," I860. 1 Editor Journal : River' is . still on a rise. Quite a heavy rain fell this morning. - Weather clear and pleasant. " wVT. r. -. L Washington dispatch " says that y the National Executive Committee of the - Constitutional Union party have fixed on the 9th day of May for holding the- nomin ating convention at Baltimore a week be fore the Chicago Convention. tThe Cincinnati "'Vflny ' Press has been purchased from Messrs. Francisco & Caldwell by Messrs. Henry and, Samuel Reed. We are sorry to lose our old friendi Francisco. He intends to remove to t the Golden State on the Pacific. p; , Mr. H. Reed is one of the best journalists in the Union, and will make the Press a very popular paper.- It is to be enlarged soon. jl"Qnarters' are already being eugaged " at Chicago and Charleston, for the accom modation of various parties, who expect to attend the National Convention. STEAMBOATS. REGULAR PACKETS. JF7IOB flBKKJV BIVJiKTUB JIHU- M. ular Kvansville and Green river II" packet I. B. CAMPBELL, C. Lumn LPT waster. Ham Pavia, clerk, having beeiig-jJi. Vmal newly fitted and furnished, offers superior uceum niodatioas to the traveling public. ; She will run regularly throughout the preseut seanOn to all points on Greeu river. Merchants and trader sending orders can rely on having them promptly filled. The officers of tha Campbell will attend promptly to all way business, carrying freight and passengers at low rates, filling orders, making pur chases, rc.t for their friends along the route. . febu .- : - - : JUJ CAIRO REGULAR PASSES, - GEB PACKET, CHARLEY BOWKH, fJIpTq Dexteb, Master, leaves Evansville iS-t wiSaJ Tuesday and Saturday, at 12 o'clock At., arriv ing at Paducah at tt o'clock, A. M., Cairo at 12 o'clock. M., Wednesday and Saturday. - Re turning, leaves Cairo every Wednesday and Satur day, at 7 o'clock, P. M., and Paducah avery Thurs. day and Sunday, at 9 o'clock, A. M., connecting at Kvansville with the Evansville and Crawfordsvilie R. It., and Packets for Green Kiver. Also, con necting at Smithlaod with Cumberland Blver Pack, eta ; at Cairo, with Memphis, Mew Orleans and St. Louis Packets. Tickets can be obUoied on board the boat for all Eastern Ctiea. 1 , sept23 JVS VI WB J'litCH JCd P A C K T The fine steamer LUN'BAR, Gus. - Fowler, master, (Ji----lXtrt7 leaves Evansville every ' Monday,aac3Km3 Wednesday, and Friday, at 12 o'clock Leaves Paducah every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 0 o'clock A. M. Connecting at Kvansville with tbe Evansville and Crawfordsvilie Railroad for all points North and East, with packets for Louisville Green, and Wabash rivers. At Paducah with pack eta for St. Louis, New Orleans, and the Daily Mail boats foi Cairo, Kashville, and Tennessee river. EBusiness promptly attended, and charges for, freight and passage, same ma charged by the regu lar packet. Through bills or lading gives to new Orleans and all points on the Tennessee and Cum berland rivers au18 Jit- EVANSVILLE AMD HENDERSON Packet. The new ijr1? and magnificent Steamer GREY m.,T3t EAGLE, W H. Daniel, Captain; J. li. i)t.vcN, Clerk, leaves Louisville every Wednesday and Sat urday at 4 o'clocK P. M. Leaves Evansvile every Monday at 12 M., and Thursdays at 6 o'clock P. M. Jaiil7 m, OH B0VTH t HMtttJLTt. JJVJ M7 POND RI TEE. The elcgont nnssenirer steamer LUE EAVES, McDonald, Master, will make regu-d lar semi-weekly trips to South Carrolton and Poud River, leaving on Tuesdays aud Fridays. For freighter assage,ttpply onboard. de20t FOR WABASH RIVER. JtsV The new and liirht draught steamer MASONIC GEM, Pillsbury Master. McDonald HerE, will make: regular trips between Evansville and Mt. Cut in!, during the season. For freight. or passage apply on board. janSltf Xfc PACKETS I draught steamer -The fine light X. XX- Iono, n LEWIS DAVIS, Master ;.W. M. LiT, Clerk. Leaves Evansville on Saturdays, at 12 o'clock. Leaves Uutaonville ou Wednesdays, at 13 o'clock. SPEED, COMFORT, " - ' RELIABILITY, " SAFETY. a i BLate Saroliet. - JOHA MoCLAIM Muster. Thos. DrsouCHET.... Clerk. Leaves Evansville on Wednesdays, at 12 o'clock. ' Leaves Uutsonville on Saturdays, at 12 o'olocK. . V$Ji These two boats will run regularly during the season, connecting at Hntsnville with the Hntsonville, Terre Haute, and Lafayette Packet, MASOmC GEM. . .. s Freight and Passengers receipted tli rough to all points. ' : Passengers and Shippers may rely upon tho regu larity of these boats. All ordeis and lmiiness en trusted to them will be pirmjttly attended to. - nj) 9 V Ei J It IVAltJIlSItKMVKM Jl ML Packet, tbe light draught steamer, CASTLE UAKUKM, Consol, master, MieDle, ,n,., m clerk, will make regular trips between IJJcIWjSt Evansville and Eugeneduriug the iriiiTi Till soli. Fur freight or passage apply ou boai tl. . jall24.-. :...- . , - ' MJH'- e v La it w. h Ji an m i vj: k Am Packet, the splendid light drunht n, ' steamer FREESTONE, Moses Kirk- JU-JX( Patrick, master, will make ry 'i ii't-' -n r-s! trips duriDg the seaaon between Evausville and Attica, leaving Kvansville Tnesdnys and arriving on Saturdays. jau24 n Ji U t'.-f H Ul HjtKlt jHJVMKT, Mm The lighi draught steamer rfm MART COOK, SrTTON Master, JNJirirC-jA Campbcll, Clerk; will make regu- vi'i bir trips between Evansville and Eugene, during the season. For freight or putttut;?, apply on board. janl'J tf. i , . CHARLES EVERT, SAIL-MAKER & RIGGER, -WOUI,t MJVMfOUM STJiJlMHOJlT WW Captains and the public iu general that be has on hand a valuable lot of TARPAULINS OF ALL SIZES, which he will sell cheap. Old Tar paulins repaired ou short 1 notice. Fire Screens, Boiler Deck Curtains, made and put up, complete. All rigging work done on Bhort notice. Also, ropes neatly spliced. . Cull at his room, over J. U. Yennenian's store. ianl7d;:m . ... HOTELS. TtKBK'OOll JlOl'HJi, WtLvl J 5 BYKRS, Proprietor. Corner First and Locust streets, Evansville, lud. One square from steam, boat landing. myfi-lj jTfTF KVMJlvJifjBJt BTMliJiT, .S between Main and Division, Evansville, Ind. locL"tf WM. IL BOI COURT. Prop. lB.niiHHl.' JlOVtUJi, MOSiTVJY, Mel WJL tbe largest and best arranged Hotel in the Mew Eugland States; is centrally located, and easy of access from all the routes of travel. 1 1 contains all the modern improvements, anile very convenience tor the comfort and accommodation of the traveling public. The sleeping ro mis are large and well ven tilated ; tbe suites of rooms are well arranged, and completely furnished for families, and large travel ing parties, and the house wiU ooutiuuo to lie kept as a first-class hotel in every raiect. apB-ly LEWIS RICE, Prop'r. CHILLS AND FEVER. Jf T I H 8 T H J JV ti JiF - 8 8 JVS JL strange that persons will continue to shake from day to day, week to week, and month to month, with Ague, when, seventy-five cents invest ed in Dr. Harke Chlorine Ague Killer would cure them sound said well. Try-it. For sale at octlO , ,, THOMPSON'S Drugstore. rm mmjvu jM.eJV4t vnuu t J. u MM quarters. Vie will take Span ink quarters for 2S cents each, in soma of SI and upwards, for jew-. Iry, watches, or clocks; jania BITTKOLFF BROS., 48 Main street. .VUtt VtJMHU JIJIM8, itc. StC- AJlotiO lbs. Cincinnati sugar cured hams. 7oO do do do shoulders. 50X1 do lo do dried heef. Just received by COOK A LANG LET. ' feblo , New Grocery Store. WftttMIJVU TO 4VCOMJHOIMTJS W W the puldio and ourselves, as much as possi ble, we have-opened a branch o oar establishment t - ' " - - . . . , NO. S.WATEB ST.. BET. MAIN A SYCA MOBS, where we would take pleasure In supplying fami-r lies and steamboats with fancy and staple groceries, provisions, Ac, at the lowest possible rates, it is, oar intentian to do as near a CASH business as pos sible, at the new store, but for tbe accommodation of prompt paying patrons who may not have the "needful" convenient, we will take their order and bava them charged at the old stand, No- 82 Main street, where business will be carried on as former ly. Those interested in the purchase of steam Boa stores wUl please give us a trial, as we think we can make it their interest so to do. j VICKERT BROS. , . ECONOMY IS WEALTH II Mir low for casb at No. 8 Second street, a large and superior lot of wlatr BOOTS AND 8HOKS Boys' and Toutb's Kip and Calf, a prime article. A uice assortment of Ladies' Rubber Overshoes, Sandals, Buffalo, Ooasimere, Ac. Also a variety of Children's and Misses' Shoes, copper tips and other styles too numerous to men tion. Give No. 8 a call, if you wish to but cheap. Vonrs on friendly terms, nov2 . . JOHN RAHf'U , JRemovalm Tho undersigned "begs leave ti inform bis old ens tmeBand the public in general, that ho. has re moved his stock of Saddlery to ; - W. 3. llMllrlk'm Imck, Fourth slrtet ' Where tA will alwavs be found mauufacturXiii: the best of Saddles, Harness, and other articles' usually j kept in his line, and will sen, tor eam,) cneaper than any other bouse in the city. Please call and examine my stock and prices be fore purchasing elsewhere. ' v ia.lu-.!m DAVID M. SCHNEE. . ( M lCHjijU.rli TO HJI VM .If O.VIi " JL Bittroltf Brothers are now paying twenty-two and a half cents, current money, for Spanish and Mexican quarters. feb7 I NFW ORLEANS LAKUS NEW ORLEANS CARDS. BBOWN. "St us . T f Ii. A. BROWN & CO.. COMMISSION AND FOR WARDING , ' MERCHANT, ' No. 8 Magazine Street, . NEW OS LEA N8, LA. Particular attention paid to the sale of West ern produce. Personal attention paid to Forward ing Merclatndise. autrl R. H. SHORT Sc. CO., Commission Merchants, No. 04 Camp Street, ... . . NEUr ORLEANS, LA. a. H. shot. oot22-Cmdl a. s. howabd. . K. FAIBCUILD. .JOUN W. B1NUUAM E- -II: FAIRCHILD & CO., (Successors to T. C. Twitch ell & Co.,) Commission Merchants, 70 POYDRAS STREET, oct4 MWW OK UCAm &y M. KJiJVJVJM V 4f 7M COJHJUMH 3 sion and Forwarding Merchants, No. 2, Poy dras Street, New Orleans, La.- myiiO-dJcwly nn tt.JVOKX,, STOCK COMMM88MOJ JL Merchant and proprietor o : Stock Stables, New Orleans. La- jan22'67-ly. FMCBII. JlJiJy MIOJVMB HIO, COJHM.M 8 sion Merchant, No. 7 Lafayette street, New Or leans, for the sale of butter, cheese, lard, eggs, dried fruits, Flour, Meat and all aerts of Western Pro duce, and for the purchase of Groceries, Ac. Cash advances made on consignments. - . ma!5-ly f vault thjh vjii a h si ti.yji u , S for manv years chief Clerk in the house of JOHN HURLEY A Co., begs to ofler his services as Commission Merchant, to the friend!) aud patron of that house, now that it has retired from business. With this end in view I have formed a co-partnership with Mr. E. W. Benton, senior of the old and well known firm of E. W. Benton & Co., mnder the Bam and style of BENTON A&ING, to take place front the 1st of May, prox. ; i The subscriber relies for support upon the friends Of the old house of JOHN HURLEY A Co., who bava had opportunities of experiencing the prompt ness and ability with which he attended to their business. Very respectfully, , , THOMAS KINO, Corner of Lafayette and New Levee streets. New Oi leans, April 27, 1858. aug8-y JOS. W. DOUGHERTY, ; Fprwarding and Commission, . . j NEr ORLEANS, Louisiana, i Rufers to Messrs. ALLIS Sc HOWES, , ap6-ly Kvansville, Ind. S. TWICHELL, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING ... ... MERCHANT, ti a A;.. ... i i ST. LOUIS, MO. Liberal advances made on consignments to either of our houses. ' BF.rEB TO Messrs. AUisA Howes, Bement A Veile, Howard k Brown, Evansville. w jyf, IT BTW V, fJHJBJTHOPSJB IT Co.', WW COMMIsiSION AMD FORWARDING MERCHANTS, t Ne. 18 Poydrsa Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. OLCM WH.KIN...W. a. UBEATHOU8B...JOS. QlTZlNUEa. We give our personal attention to tho sale of To bacco, Corn, Wheat, Hay, Oata, Flour, Pork, Bacon, Lard, Ac. . .- t ang!4 B. P. ETHELL...R. G. ABBOTT... .EB. FALLS 6. P. ETHELL & CO., Commission and Forwarding NO. 101 MAGAZINES'!'., NEW ORLKANS, T.A. Ktl KBF.NCEH : Geo. Foster A Co., Brown A Aikiuun, and P.O. O'Riley, Kvansville, lud. ' . j.i in A. M. Phelps A Son, Miner A Weed, Newburg, Ind. t . - ti. M. Leavenworth, Esq., John R. Evertson, Esq., Mt Vernon, Ind. . G. P. Hudspeth A Co., Boonville, Ind Geo. Atkinson, Es., W. W. Catlin, Esq., Hen derson, Ky. -, Newcomb A Bro., D. R. Benedict & Son, Louis ville, Ky. jyti JOHN A. REIT. JOUN A. HANKY Z & II CRESCENT CITY EVAWSVILLE, IND. The proprietors of the CRESCENT CITY FOUN DRY beg leave to inform their friends aud tho pub. lie in general that they are fully prepared to maka to order all k iuds of - - MACHINFRY' v? Needed for Mills or Manufactories of any kina Having a great variety of patterns for AlILL GEARING, of any size, and STEAM ENGINES of any power required. Also manufacturers of DISTILLERY AND MINING MACHINERY, TOBACCO SCREWS AND FINISHERS, MALT MILLS; SASH, MCLEY AND IMPROVED Circular Saw Mills, - GUMMING MACHINES, IRON FRONTS for Houses, CHINESE SUGAR CANE MILLS, STEAM-BOILERS IMPROVED LARD TANKS, And in fact everything in the IRON FOUNDRY. AND, MACHINE BUSINESS. MIMJS8 CA8TJJYG8 made to order. ALSO-; Dealers in a superior article'of . -- . THRESHING MA CHINES, And Powers' complete, of tho latest improved style. IMPROVED STEAM, GAUGES, GUM . BELTING AND PACKING, WROUGHT AND WELDED PIPE, LEAH AND COPPER PIPE, AND FIRS . BRICK, All at MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.. . Highest price always paid fa old ., METALS, At the old Stand Corner Canal and Ingle street REITZ s. HANGT. ""N.' TJ. Workmen sent to all parts to put up Ma chinery and do repairs iu Boilers. -- THRESHING MACHINES Always on hand and for sale. jeS2 imWMi7Kl MILK!- MIM,K!A.t the Eu W 'JL reka Bursar, will be found a constant supply of Pure Freth Milk, at the lowest market price, janll COOK A LANGLEY. W.US1JVCV JPVM8 Those wishing to buy Jt Fancy Furs at a very reduced price, have now an opportunity. Our stock being quite large, con sidering the advanced season, we are determined to sell it cut, even below the cost. Come- aud sco for yourself.- No. 39 Main street, janll VAUTIER4 MAROONNIER. St. Charles Saloon. NEW PROPRIETORSHIP AN. ENTIRE RE-ORGANIZATION. H JBV-B88H8. HjMJajaBH IT II MB If 1788, OJfJL from New Orleans, have purchased the ST. CHARLES 8ALOON, on First street, nearly oppo site the Post Office, and have refitted it in an ele gant and attractive style. - The new proprietors have had long experience asv keepers of fashionable and popular Restaurants in New Orleans, and they will endeavor, Iu their new bouse, to combine all the elegancies and luxuries, of Northern and Southern Restaurats in the ST. XXHARLES. r ',.- -- They bava brought a large and complete stock: ef choice Liquors from New Orleans, w hich ihey colUcted with care during their business in that. city. Their connections and acquaiuiance in that city will enable them to obtain the choicest sup plies of Liquors, Fruits, and luxuries from that market in future, aud they will spare no expense nor pains to make the ST. CHARLES surpasti,. hereafter, its former Tepresentation. as a pleksanu Saloon, a place of good living, aud ehvaat, rehned. i aud luxurious resort.. - Billiurd players will find at this Saloon a set: i of the finest marble top Billiurd Tables, from the- j well known and celebrated TirtorJ-of J. Jf. Bruud- j, wick Co. " ' . , . f The undersigned natter themselves that long est- i, periena? and careful attention, wilt wiaela theiu t , merit a reputuli euu:U to any Saloon initio weca- j em coaiitry. A splenlid Lunch will be served up in tbsV most approved style, every morning Ht lo o'clock. ' t HAMMER A DREIKUSS, ;, augi Late of New Orleans. i MISCELLANEOUS. J grot k 8CBJrr cmtw tobacco j-'JC TORY. The undersigned having engaged in the Tobacco Business, with the purpose of supply ing, if possible, the wants of the home market, I am now repared to offer a well selected stock of manufatrr-yi Tobacco from Missouri, Kentucky, and Tenf.ece Leaf, in Pounds, - Fives, Halves, Eights,tn t, 1 arters, in any desired package. - Terms liberal, and acceptable discount tor Cash purchases, but no sale less than five boxei. - A. GUMBERTS, jy28 . No. 105 Main street, Evansville, Ind. gmPZ DOZ. EXTRA BALTIMORE littOOMa a 1F the best in the market, at declt COOK A LANGLEY'S. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE V. 87 Utrtet, Swss fMr, EVAN8YILLK, ISJ. rm m x vjvjOBBsiejvxo i n s M. Agent for the following responsible Insurance Comnauies : - ' New York Security Capital ...:...500,000 Rising 8un..... ....... 200,000 Indianapolis 150,000 Eagle Insurance Company, Cincinnati...... 300,000 We also have some valuable real estate for sale on reasonable terms and fair prices - 5 lots on Gum street, between Third lad Fourth. 60 acres of tbe Major Warner farm, on railroad, 8 miles from Evansville. I A farm of 170 acres in Green county, Ind.; barn, well cistern, bouse, stock scale, store house, young orchard. rc. 200 acres in Green county, 120 of which is prairie. balance in timber 8 acres in cultivation. Price, $7.50 per acre. Terms, (200 cash down; balance in 1, 2, and 3 years. A farm of 80 acres, 12 miles north-west of Tin cennes, good improvements, abtnt 50 acres fenced, Price Sl.oO"; one-fourth cash, balance in 1, 2, and 3 vears. A farm of 220 acres, 6 miles east of Oak Station. Gooa frame house, aud about 100 acres fenced, Price S10 per acre. One-fourth down, balance in 1. and a years. , . . .400 acres near TaylorsvilU, Ind,, on liberal prices and terms. A farm near Linton.' Greeu county', Ind. Price 810 oer acre. ' ' ' " Very desirable i, , and acre lots, on Newburg road, near Weaver s Garden. 2 brick houses on Secoud Street, between Chest nut and Cherry streets. . 15 acres near Salt Well, being part of the Mitchell tract, on liDerai terms. 2 blocks in Lamasco, below the creek. 40 acres adjoining Frank Allen's farm, having a Btone ouarry on it . 100 toet on Second street, near Judge Baker's res idence. A farm of 53 acres in Lower Bayou. Missouri and Iowa lands to sell or exchange for property in Indian. ' - Some vary valuable land near Mattoon, Illinois, Kir sale. JC.'M. OAi, dec 16 Insurance and Real Estate Agent. TT8Ji.no VJI. . J. COLBUUJVIt CO. JIsV have removed to Water street, three doors above Main. WE are now manufacturing Welis' Patent FeM- iDg Spring Bed, the best and most convenient now in use, ai it can be moved or handled withoot aay trouble. Call and examine them. - faas E. S. BABC0CK, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. EVANSVILLE. INDIANA Have constantly ou hand Sash, Doors and Bon.iita and Station a av Shadr Blinds, of Superior Alle gauy Lumtier, well seasoned, and neatly and strong ly uianulactureu. WHOLESALE CASH PRICES. SASH. thick- psicc rra SIZE. .8x10 . 8x1(1..... 10x12 10x12 10x14. 10x14.. 10x15 1Ux16... 10x14 10x16. , K)xl8 12x16. ... 12x18 -"Check Rails. Sash of other sizes on notice. band, or put np at short DOOR. till.' ' THICKBItSai 2x6C raicr fl 35 I 45 1 80 2 0U 1 60 : 170 3 Of 2 15 2 60 1 90 2 20 2 2S 265 860 ii tS z85 310 IHiniH(tlMHIIfl 1 2-8x0-8.. .....1 2-10x6-10... lk T.ZZ'.'..'.'..Z.J$. L BLINDS. Price. Price. Rolling Slat. ; 1 71 WSllHHt I 71 : 2 o Sit. Stationary Slat. 68xl0... ...-.....SI 2ii.... 60xl2............. 1 25.... 00x14... . X 60 . 10x15 1 75 , 2 25 10x16 2 23 i 7ft 10x18 ..... 2 60 3 00 12x18 3 00 . 3 50 FRAHKS-Door and Window. STZR. THICKHESS. PR1C. 8xl0... - 1 i.J:i .f 00 10x12. ..... 1., vt 100 Other sir.es made to order. i 'A . SSf BLINDS of all sizes Blade to order. OSr DOORS other than regular sizes on band, or made on short notice. , i ' . Doors moulded to order. Builders should, ifpos aible, make their Frames of regular sizes, they can then be supplied at any tinre. . , Ceiling, hiding, and Flooring for sale. , Monld ings of all sixee. Fencing Boards xi &et long, for aale cheap. One Window contains twelves tights. . AU orders must be addressed to . , ., , E. S. BABCOCK. uyll-lyd&w . , ., .Evansville. Ind. '; aLTi. OJ' HJjy-JI J.VIl 1 11BTBM- 3 , MINED TO SUCCEED GEORGE TnORNHILL takes pleasure in in ' orming his old cuHtoniers that lu the quality and style of his work, be natters himself he cannot be excelled. He may (.till lie found af the corner of Second and Main streets, where the choicest Har ness and Saddles of every description can be obtain ed on the best of turms. tUSBT Repairing doue with neatness and dispatch. Second-hand Harness always on hand. Jel - r. - .c-t KESS. . , WIHDOW. ;."7.!!.".if!l I:."rnlIUU 4 ... ......lVf... ..m. 5t2 . , . ....... ... 1 .. ............. b ...... ........ .1 y.... .................. 7b H............,lp....M... SO .... ..........1.....U.M.....H..H.... 84 1 IO l4 1 25 A 1 W M ! DR. HAAS, having leased the rooms fornicrlyoc- enpied by Dr. Kivett, in Dr. Bray's building, oppo site the Post Oliice, would respectfully solicit the citizens of Evansville and the surrounding towns and country, 'o visit bis rooms and see the speci mens on exhibition. All those who need Dental operations performed, and are pleased with his work, shall be attended to with great pleasure. His . uuauauui'VbUii works without a seam or crevice. Nothing will be more clean, er have greater strength. His Block. Won has but two seams in a full upper or lower set. Persons can laugh as heartily as they choose without showing that their teeth are artificial, and cheeks that are sunken can be restored to nearly their original contour. He also makes the usual styles of plain and sim ple gum tooth work on gold and silver plate and also the Cheoplastic work, which is much liked by those who have used It. lie has also two processes for extracting teeth without pain no inhalation no injurious effects arising from their uso the most delicate can have them applied with perfect safety. Bear"- Parents will consult the health and beauty or their children by having the Dentist direct their second dentition, thereby producing symmetry and health to those invaluable organs. a$er I take pleasure in introducing Dr. liass. formerly of Lafayette, Ind., my successor to the old rooms in Bray's building, hoping he, will find them both pleasant and prontabie rom- my in tercourse with the Doctor, I am pleased to find hint one of the progressing; possessing taste and high professional ability and standing. With this view, I can, with safety, recommend bim to the community as s skillful and competent dentist. apis , . . J. nivirrx. sv .wrwsr mi o k TOOLS From and K9 'after this date, January 2d, 1800. a complete as sortment of eur tools will be found at GEORG1 8. S0NNTAO CO.," No. 10 Main street, wit! whom we have made arrangements to sell eur goods, at our prices, and make good all tools that are broken by defect iu workmanship. janl2 J. C.A J. G. SMITn. WWOJUB JHMJ'Ul?JICTVBB80 dozen MMs Smith's superior axes. 10 do Smith's drawing knives. 20 do hatchets. :- .",,UJi- 5 do " grubbing hoes. For sale No. 10 Main street, ' j i i i 1 jan 1 2 GEO. 8. SONNTAQ CO. rZg JUJ.B8 .V0. 1 OJMVM RECEIVED CP W per steamer Lehigh, by declO SSORENS0N A CO. jTVi TJSjnJSJT Of TUB JVI'JIHS 9 of the Sbcvbitt Ihscbanck CoxraHV, -October 1,1859 ..... assets. Cash on hand ..- Cash in Continental Bank, awaiting S 600 45 ln- vestment Cash in Bank Commonwealth ,...8U,524 05 6,197 47 Total 835,381 97 Btnk Stocks 50 shares SaDk Commerce . . ;., ' ; 50 . " ; Am'n Ex, Bank , 1 i' " 100 " " Bunk New York " : 14 B'k N. America 214 shs par val. 521,500 wotth 22,704 25 Temporary LoaBs secured by li.isw v. o. Connon Bonds and 25 shares Resoluto v' Fire Insurance Comnany..... 12,ri00 00 Bonds and Mortgages being first lien, Ac.40.'.,1,t0 00 Premiums uncollected 2,501 80 Accrued Ins. on Bonds and Mortgages A TemDorarv Loans 6,764 79 Balance dno from Agents .19 99 Total....:........-.... Capital Stock. Surplus .3544,891 SO -4500,000 00 ... 44,891 SO -$544,891 80 No Liabilities. 'JOSEPH. WALKER, Pres't R. L. HaYDOCK, Secretary. STATE OF1 NJ3W YOBK, 1 riTY ACOUNTx OF NEW YORK, f - Personally appeared before me this 29tb day of PIOVemDOr, A. A. Josepil ,mm, , iwiiouh and Richard L. Haydock, beeretary, of the Secu rity Fire lusurauce Company, of the City of New York, and severally attirsied that the wiibiu state ment by them subscribed is correct and true to the best ot I heir Knowledge ana neiiei. XHOS. L. 1H0RN ELL, -Commissioner for tbe State of Indiana, - ' . -. in New York. ' This Company has complied with the law of In diana concerning Insurance Companies, aud is pre pared to take risks in the City of Evausville and Vanderburgh county, lud E. H. SABIN. Agent, declG 7 Maiu street. " , . :z:To tho Public. rWMH PJtST WMJSTBIt JIJS'B SPUING Jl so tar, bave leu-verv wet ones, causing nmuy of our rivers to overflow their banks, back ing up the water in the creeks aud bayous, ana flooding to a considerable extent the bottom lands ; when the rivers recede, which may be ex pected soon, then the large surface of decaying veg etable matter exposed to the scorching rays of the summer sun, produces the malaria, which prove? so fatal in it course, sweeping whole States, and sparing neilh-r ago nor sex iu its cunqueriu march. After a residence of more than twenty years t; f the middle and Southern States, we think we have discovered a mediciuewhioit, to-av certain extent, is a preventative of the attacks of bilious lever ague, Ac., and as such we recommend our Magnolia Whisky. We wish the public to understand that we are not urging upon them the use of strong Liquors as a beverage. We are, and always have been, opposed to their being used in that way, but if people will use them as such, let thern have by all means a pure article, that will keep them in health, and lengthen instead of shortening their lives. We pro pose to sell always pure and unadulterated Liquors for medicinal purposes, and a little for the stom ach's sake, if required, and will challenge an in spection by the best chemists in this or any other country, to find any impurity or adulteration in the whisky branded by us, "A His A Howe's Mag-, nolia." '" It is warranted,- as it is distilled from tbe corn, rye, or wheat, with a slight addition of good cistern water. We have no doubt many persons have been ruined in health, If not actually killed, py drinking bad whisky, the greater the reason that Allis A Howes' pure Magnolia should be in gen. oral use. Just received aud in store for sale 10 V. pipes ass'd Brandies (old) from 3 to 87 gal. 12 pipes do (old) from 3 to $7 gaL 4 pipes Holland Gin ; 3 puncheons old Rum. - - ao2& r ALLIS HOWES. Water at. rwH8 j.jMiayi8T TO HJ CCO Ji8 M TABL1SHMENT IN THE STATE. : ... P. FeDdrich & Brothers, Would respectfully inform the citizens of Evans ville and-vicinitv. that they have a l&reer stock of j - . Tobacco, Segars, anuff, f tpes, and Herman j eymoKwig 1 ooacco, ' . 1 Than any two establishments of our principal cities. ' ' ' ' .'. 'Hotels and store-keepers, look to your interests. Before purchasing elsewhere, please examine our larjreaasortinent, which we pledge ourselves to sell at the lowest Baltimore price's, and cheaper than can be bought iu Cincinnati or Louisville; All we ask is, that yon shall call and judge for yourselves. We offer any of the above at wholesale or retail. Our establishment is a branch of the well known extensive Baltimore Tobacco Warehouse of Jos. Fendrich 4 Bros., No. 155 Forest street. . F . FENDRICH A BROS., i -i , : Main st., 1. door above First,. 1. oct 21 - - i 1 ... Evansville, Ind. MiMiMS 8 BO WBB, WJTBM 8T., 1 door above Vine, sole Manufacturers of the Celebrated Magnolia Whiskj ' OF KVANSVILLE, IND. , i'j All kinds of Domestic Liquors, and con 6la t; a large supply of Old and Choice Bourbon Aye, end Monongahela Whisky. . augl-dAwly BU .lUiJT WJi MVJS OJ hud 25.ISJO ootinds of uew bams,, shoulders, and sides, which we will sell at the lowest prices. febl4 - JACOB (ilNZIOH Sffif. jnrBJT CUTTBH8 JIT COST ! NOW5 oJlM the time for Bargains 1 Fifty Meat Cnttera at a trifle over half price, for cash. Price, 95 eta. to81,50each. ... j-inlu . .' . Q. 9. WELLS. ylW.Vl- HjlH H.Ji A T8J JmMHGB r.eiaeand boavy, or corn., Abjo a small lot of four bushel, double gunny bajr9 for bran, Ac, for aale low. fur cash, by GEO. FOSTER A CO. . febll - Cor. Locust st dt Canal. , OJlT H018 JT C08T ONE-HALF Vdozenxtragilt baud Coal Hods; 2 ditto com mon (same size,) at prime cost, for cash, to close out. janlO CHARLES S. WELLS. CSDrrsoted by the Branch Bank. CXCHANUK : New York, Buying Selling New Orleans, , " par " y Cincinnati, " ' " " BANKABLE rDXM, OK CUBBKNCT AT PAK. Statb Bank or Indiana. 'Lodisiam a. Bank or the Stats or In Wheeling Citt. Baltimore. Pittsbubs. Philadelphia, Missoubi, St. Louis oulj diana. - Stats Bank of Ohio. KorrvcKT. ricu FAYtxa Fkec Banks or Indiana. STOCK BANKS OF OH 10 EXCEPT Union. 8andimky..5 dis.lCity.Cincinnati.....30 die City Bank.Columbui, 5 disi Canal, CleveUnd....75 dis" neca County... ...75 Uis. KCW TOKK, NEW ENOLANR, hlw jekset, pennstl VANIA, AND DELAWARE, IN OOOO CKEU1T. SPECIE-PAYING FREE BANKS. aruokville Bank, Brook Exchange Bank, Green ville. castle. "ayette Co. Bauk, Con nersville. S'armera' B'k, Westfiuld iloosier B'k, Logansport Indiana Bauk, Madison. : Indiana Reserve Bank, . Kokoino. : Indiana Farmers' Bank ' Franklin. Indiana Stock Bank, La porta, , A Kentucky Stock B'k, Co lumbus. . Lagrange Bank, Lima. Mer. and Mechanic Bk. New Albany. Now York and Va. Statt Stock Bank, Evansville Parke Co. Rank, Rock- vilie. Prairie City Bank, Term Haute. ' Southern Bauk lud., Terre Haute. Salem Bauk. Goshen. Bank of Elkhart, Elk hart. 1 Bank of Goshen, Goshen. Bank of Gosport, Gosport. nan 11 ot Indiana, Michi gan City. ! Bank of Nouticello.M ticello. . Bank of Mt. Verneu, '.ill. . Vernon. Bank of Paoli, Paoli. . 1 Bank of Rock ville, Wa- bashtown. Bank of Syracuse, Syra cuse. a'ank of Salem, Salem.' tank of Salem, New Al bany. " Bloomington B'k, Bloem- lugton. Crescent City Bank, Ev ansville. Canal Bank, Evanville. Cambridge City B'k.Cam- - bridge City. rffXHJi VJmJIBB8IOJS'BJI tVOUJLB Jl respectfully inform their friends and the pub lic generally, that they, have removed their olnce and store to their new building on First street, three doors above Pine street, near the foundry, where they will be able 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, in order to close out tbe stock, deco. - KRATZ A HEILMAN. ' CHRISTIAN It HATS WH. MEILMAN. KRATZ & HEILMAN. CITY FOUNDRY! MANUFACTURERS ANDBI7ILDERS OF STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, Saw and Grist Mill Machinery, Tobacco Screws, Gumming Machines, Chinese Souiar Cane Mills, , Thraslng Mschlnet, Ar. - EVANSVILLE, IND. :' rmVIE PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY FOUN JL dry beg leave to inform their friends and the public in general, that they are prepared to do all kinds of ' MACHINE AND FINISHING WORK, and everything appertaining to the Foundry busi-no"- They are manufacturing Steam Knoines and Boilers of any size aud power required Saw M ill Machinery and Mil! Gearing of any size ; Distil-; lery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws, Gum ming Machines, Thrashing Machines, Malt Mills, Horsepowers, Corn-shellers, Machinery of alt kinds made and repaired. Iron and Brass Castings of every description. Iron Housetrouta, Cellar .Grafts fc. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the latest im proved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, 4c. BREWERS, DISTILLERS, RECTIFIERS, Ax, , Supplied with every description of Copper ana Sheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators, Attemporators, Sparges, Stillheads and Worms on an improved principle. Columns for Alcohol Stills, Yeast Jugs, Cans, Syphons, Ac; Copper, Lead and Iron Pipe; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every variety, for beer, spirits, oil, J-c: Brass Cocks and Valves, Steam Whistles, re. - ( Workmen sent to all parts to fit up work and do repairs on Steam Boilers, Copper aud Sheet Iron Work, rf-c.1 ' ' " '" OLD METALS BOUGHT. i They are dealing iu and selling Alleu's Improved. steam uauge, wrougnt iron weiiied ripe a aim 111, bing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Machine,' Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators, Giman Bolt ing Cloth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packiug, Ujh-, 1., of the best kiud; Tiuplate, Sheet Iron, bloik Tin, Pig Iron, Babit Metal, Spelter, Fire Brick. Tbey have every facility of the beet Machinery and workmen, and will give all work entrusted U, theui, their individual attention, tilling orders, promptly, warranting their work, and are HHtibflid with reasonable prices.- "..1 - .:.'.; C' OlUce aud SaU Rooms, No. CO Main street. founile. y. Boiler Yard and Machine Shop oil i'luo 8lre't, between hirst and Second streets, Kvaus ville.Iodiuua. - - dec? J'JUHIl :lt.VKKK8.-0 MIX 8. J I IS H ' triwkers tor sale hy M. W. FOSTER CO. "jiAtlj 81 if. K 8, in store and to arrive, for sale low by feh!8 - - S. E. GILBERT CO. Evansville Tea Store. W W.8 1IKHJM 8, JTwV J LJ, COMJHBH- WW. ciai centres, like Boston. New York, and Evansville, business is gradually classifying itxell, Xhus affording goods to-,daaiers and ousutuers at lietter rales ; therefore, resolved, .that we -dual 111 TEA, TOBACCO, Ac, Ac, instead .of geaeral gro ceries. ; We beg leave to cull attention to iiid large aud -well selected stock of goods iu o4n line! 3 . 100- chests and caddies assorted Tta. 100 boxes tobacco. . . 7 - ' -' 5 bbla Blacking.' -,w V '" 60 boxes Ground Spices.." 25 bbls Vinegar. i ' 80 gross Gates' Matches. 1 ' ' , 20 bags Grain Pepper and Spiced bdls Wrapping Paper. J 60 reams Writing' do. ..'' 4,200 aTaper Bags, assorted sizes, very convenient for retail purposes. . . Mnstard, in small and large tin cans, -Common and fancy Candies, Butterscotch, Ac ', with many other articles usually kept in such stores. 1 Speaking of Teas, let it be understood that we are anxious to sell Tea, and will sell good Tea .at 45c, 50c, 60c, 65c, 70C, 75c, tOc, 00c, SI, aud $1.20 per pound. '- We also have Teas put np in 2, 4, and C- lb cad dies to our order, -to sell to amities. ' If you want good and cheap Tea, call on us." ." , , 3Call and get some Tea. ' ' ' ' ' E. II. SABIN CO. UtRags wanted, for Groceries or Cash. 8ep26 . , , - ' "" HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO. vis habiivkli, uljn. -. ' J Incorporated 18 10- -Charter Pcrpet uuf . Capital (all paid up). j.-K,0(i0 With surplus of....;.... 220,631 Insures against Loss 01 Damage by Fire. " .. DIRECTORS: ' II Huntington, C Bornell, Job Allyn, Albert Day, r. H Kerney, - J P Brace, Jae Goodwin, " Ualvtn Day, C. J Russ. - T C Allyn Secretary., I ll.HuutiugtouPresid't. C C Lyman, Ass't do.-. W. N. Boaers, Aetuury. - D. Alexander, General Agent, Columbus, Ohio. - John Graliam, Ass't do uo do. Applications made to ALLEV C, HALLoCK, Ageut, will be promptly attended to Marble Mail Building, Main street, Evansville. . .. NORTII AMERICAN Fl RE INS CO. HARTFORD. CONN. ? A -4 Capital. ,L - in iTprrfiH r.T ,aoo,mio James G. Holies, BnrralT Siige.' A H Hollcy.ex-Gor. Ct., Wait N Hanley, Willis J. Goodsell, George Sexton, f " ' Leonurd Church, ..' ,, JDWilliams,' Charles G Day,' , L T Wells, H H Fitch, '. ' , Oicott Allen,' ,' ,',' j 11 UriswoJd, oiiie. a, operry. , J li Howard. J ABIES G. BOILKS, President" " WAIT N. IIANLKY, Vice I'm,'. ; John A. Wall ck. Secretary, . Applicatucs received by ALtEJf C. II AL LOCK; Agent. Offioe--Marlile Hall Builuii g- Main st. MUTUAL BENEFTtTifE IXS. COaPyJ I KDWllC. NKW JKUSEY. Accumulated Capital, r.vr..r...v..$3,(XKi,0(lO ,1 DIKECTOKS: B L Patterson, H McXallaa, ..AS Snelling, C S Mackuet, , J A Frotbinghani R II Grrene, L CGrovvr, ; . A c-irong, , ... J w uoDOit, Jnaiah O Low. J R Weeks, N Perrv. KOBT. L. PATTERSOX. President,""' ,' JOSL W. COKDIT, ice do. . 1 " Er.NJ. 6. Mii.lfb, Secretary. ' " - ' Applications for Insurance and all informatioi desired will be given by the undersigned. ' ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Agent; -' Marble Hall Building, Mo. 9 Main street; Evans ville. Ind. ' feblS-ly ' Itna Insurance Companv. OP H AltTVOUD, CONN. , . Cash Capital (securely invested).. .$ 1,000,000 .With a. eur plus nf -., , .', , etiT.ihJO T lacyrporated J819 C'btvrier Perpetual. I against Vireand luland Mavtsnitidu rlsk.j, ' - ; - DIBKCT0H3: ' E Y Ripley,' 8 Tudor, 3 ClirircH, "V RBnell, W P Tutrle,' ' EA Biirkly, ' K Mather, V H Branard, TKBrw, S 8 Ward ' H K Pratt, A Punliaui, - ' 0 V .Mavis, " I ;UHIIIyer, W Kewey, i ' ' ' ' T A Alexandra. ; -.1 Tlfn. Brart. J See'yi I K-O. liiple.Prwident.. i. B. Bennett, tien.Agt. T. A. Akutau.icf, Vkedo, Applications for Insurance, luland or t ue, made to ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Agnt, will be prompt ly attended to at the Agency Office Marble Hall Building, Main street, Evansville. febl5-ly J-Jf VOU WMJ'T J.VI BIJVJI Off -i .- DOJiB CHEAPER, QUICKER AND" BETTER , THAN ANY WHERE ELSE, " Patronlzf - .iut'l . u THE "EVANSViarJOUBNAL t -,...,. WJ-IF. YOU- WANT .TO ,i - : t X "XT 3E2 3Ert , T I J 33 , LJMGMT rmitiULA2I0N i..a 4la r .1 . j. u v I'liiiil v c ; v V 1 1 SO THAT YOUR. ADVERTISEMENT -WILL BE READ BY rf E VERY 13 0 J) Vs YOU WILL GAIN THAT DE sIRAhLE , END BY PATRONIZING ' V THE EVANSVILLE JOURNAL. IK YOU WANT ' A PAPER THAT HAS T W EN T Y - NIX E C OLUMNS GOOJ) READING s , . , E VER Y WEEK, ' . J AT OSLY OJiK UOLLAIl A V K A II ... "subscribe FOR , .7 " THE WEEKLY JOURNAL .1 WHERE' YOU. ; ' A10NKV WILL GET YOUR S WORTH, . AND MORE TOO ! And if you. want, a j , ,. ... , , ,"; ,t .. : f . ,;,Puper wbicb gives more Home T.ews-mattera : 1 -' '-' ' ". ' "' '.'."."' Of ' Special- ' importance To . the c,op.ie ; of. ; tbis. . , ,, tii, Statesubscribe for TH E ; D AI LY JOURNAL, KIVliJ DOLLARS A V JO A It, OU TEN CiJSTS A WEEK. WE attend to all urdi'ra from a distance promptly, and execute our work- cheaply and accurately. CHEAP, PROSIPT, ACCURATE "'J " 1 IS' OUR MOTTO. ' ' I Address' for any tind of priutfn, "'x JOURNAL . , COMPANY, '" ' EVA NfU'TT.LE, lud Bt-SeniJ in yoiirtirdcrs, . w '''' Friends, and we-'wi!l Kduin yu tbe vrnrtbif f ... Your , nione , I r ' v. v n ,,.f 'KrVi 'Me ens wARy J, w. uroiTKs, in eiio Htrci't, JLxiiiHviiie. 3 craicsnanorieU, for m Country t railn, uo inul. ...i t'..; ... ., ,oct0 j ut f To.m i bJTttmjvu Us kikI Carpet Clmin. A full suiiplv alwayn on lmnJ ;. for ewlc lit tliu lowest fiirtory prices. S. K. G1LBEKT A CO., feMS . " Agc-ntg " Cyprow MI)U." JJU JPMMMB , JPOTJ. W bnah sweet do, , a -. 3 do turoipn. . a 0 do oniotn, , ) i ' j ' -f la store and for Bale at CCidK A ANGLEY'S. vmvno' u-vavr; jiJovjeMioji t WW CHEAP? In order to make room for our Spriutr stock of Clotliiiiff, we will for I be next sixty davB otter onr entire n tuck -of superior ovsrcoiits and all styles of winter clotliing at COST FOB 4JASH t and in erder tn unit all, wo will sell cither at wholowtle or KKTAIL. All ireorffl wanting a BAKUAIN in tliis liu will find it at No. 20 Uaiu street, v :, - . ,W4I. K. K KENCH A CO. jau-t tYi&TiiBMMcAZ5ioi JfXTXji BJITU MM Brick, for sale by COOK A LANGX.KY. ma va coffbbbo jpmub. .ojub 88 Koveronient Java c.jlfrw, lost received by WHKELXB 8 B,GG$. W8MCB! ItMCB!!.t5 J.B8. JVBiV Jt rice at Kiskine, Curnlck it Co.'s, for 81, and full weight given ! Itemember, 47 Main st. a JTiHBBSBT CUMB8BU Just received per L steamer Wenws, SO I .axes prims Hamburgh eheeso, for family ami Itotet use; 15 Ixixes Kngli.h dairy, a choice ar'irU, at ' ' ! KKJSKlMk;, CTBSIfK ACO.'s, fel2 i 7 Main street.. 1,11 UB08. JMMtB 8TJJtMj selling- thwr laree eteck ot watche,-jewelry, and Claris, at Mt,.nil.iitrl v low uricfts, aud guar antee all gotids to ! what tlwy sre represented. I lire jx r-wmu In want in any gooun m um nue, u better call and bay w aile prtcea are low. Spanish nartcr taken for 25 ci'iita, in sums of SI and up wards. JJITTKOLFIT VBOS.,48 Main street. 'Vpaiifj'aiiH'k.- B.tBOJiMJSrsJ'rjas. MLB OAKLET tfOT will sell goods at cost for HKh for m days. ' janl-lm 8 m MH 8 a Jill TS7BMBV8. X5 ,4 MUX M-9 tat and nna,jut received by .( , ),.!. . t'US. ftloJOUXSTON, Toey' Block. rwo mobk J-a fK i: h 8 :- o o o 8a cm 8 M. Aluiu bait. Also Lard screw and uork cloav- cr i'if stiwe aud f Jr I ile by - m. .i dec9 -t SAMUEL OKU. . jrp J.JHJCJ1BJI aj"ji mmo irvv Mi JLB L1NS. A full stork, jut received, and sale at KMLSli 'll JL CO. S Cheap t a.li htur V8- d lor fetwre. feb6i ; ! . i i u ,.':. A ujrjii MM JBv if o m cm braady in store and for aale a redueed price, -.: (sM)... -.-4 BKOWN A AlKsfAN. t.y- TBJ"TCO.JlH IJf3 TMOJV HlJ kJS8 . Embracing a spirit level, suar, plumb, bv el und indicator. It is a very convenient article for mechanics, an J iaa bo turned into almost any useful shape or-angl. It bus received theunoual ilied refoioiiiendaliou of a iipmtx-r of the best me chanic in this vicinity. For sale by febll! GEO. 8. iSOXNTAG A CO. CM 'BTr OMTjUMMi' ivi88 At baskets (or wtla very low, by tebll ct i" i.V. EL1IQTT. 1 83TI.8.JV8T II H L'Jit VMS O- - 150 kegs cut. nails, aMaortrd. . '. '.UriVdo fciiivah nailsrt, u10.1 UO do iHMinir nait, li, 8 and lua w i ' , . Ill cla tlooriiig nails. d.- - - , ' .: H t . Tt do lini.-liing nuila, 'j. 1. ),, J-j, 2 and ' f.djlS. ' a Inch-. iJKtl. S. BCNN'l'AUje CO. 'Irjjri . tFiTu u "r v if iiM s k7- JMT. lo boxes, a splewdid a'rficle, for sale at l-)c. per It., at nl4J Ef.LlOTT'd s'auiily Crocery. T i ft t'sm'sTcb O MCBMl JJi II iia 1 9 w.W iu store and to arrive at fob8 VICKEEY BROS. '. -t-4'