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EVANSVILLE. IND.
MONDAY MORNING....
.MARCH 10
Opposition State Ticket.
FOB GOVERNOR,
. HENRY S. LANE, of Montgomery.
FOB L1ETJTESAHT GOTU.VOK,
OLIVER P. MORTON, of W.yne.
FOB SECRETARY OF 3TATB,
WILLIAM A. PEELLE, of Randolph.
FOR tRKASCRSB OF STATE,"
JONATHAN S. HARVEY, of Clarke.
FOB AUDITOR OF STATE, '
ALBERT LANGE, ot Vigo.
FOB ATTORNEY GCKBRAI-,
JAMES G. JONES, of Vanderburgh.
FOB EXPORTER OF 8UPJIIMI COOBT,
BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion.
FOB CLEBK OF KtJPB-sfB COURT,
JOHN P. JONES, of Lagrange.
FOB 8CPKRINTENDEXT OF PCBLIC INSTRUCTION,
MILES J. FLETCHER, of Putnam.
The Republican Circular.
Th Enquirer published, with a great
flourish, Saturday morning, (and harps on
it immensely) a secret circular of the Re
publican Executive Congressional com
mittee at Washington, calling for aid from
members of their party throughout tha
country, in the shape of voluntary contribu
tions, to purchase documents for general
distribution. We ' have not received the
Circular, and know of its. existence only
through the Democratic pres?, which is
making an awful hullabaloo about it.
We don't see anything so terrible in the
Circular. It is a much better and fairer way
to raise money for such purposes by volun
tary contributions from the people, than it is
to pilfer it from the "contingent fund" of
the Nation, or filch it from the bard earnings
of poor clerks and laborers in the service of
Government, as the Buchanan Democracy
make a practice of doing. In fact, the Cir
cular and its object, we undertake to say,
are entirely honorable and legitimate.
The trouble with the Bogus Democracy is,
-li rtnrtAiiltnn 4TtAv Irnniv m At rl I tr iw
and thinking people, and are likely to be
confirmed in their hostility to Lecotnpton
ijrn by these silent missives, which will be
eat by millions over the land, , carrying
healing on their myriad wings. , But what
especially vexes the office-holders and their
hangers-on, thousands of intelligent Demo
crats will get hold of these documents and
be turned against the infamous' heresies of
Lecomptonism.
' 8 We are under obligations -to the
. Evansville Journal for a daily exchange for
our weekly. We clip from its columns much
of our latest news. We abhor the Journal' i
politics Republican but think it a first
rate paper for news, which, it always con
tains in great variety. We again return
thanks to the editors of . the Journal, and
will say that if any of our citizens want a
trnoA ntiMr fnr lata npwq tliA Jmirnnl ia
that kind of paper.- Uenderton Reporter.
We thank our frieads of the. Reporter for
their kind notice of the Journal as a Xect
paper.
We think they will acknowledge that,
whatever they may call us politically
whether Republicans or otherwise we
how no disposition to meddle with .the
affairs of our neighbors of Kentucky. If we
areRepublicaus, we are of the National, Con
servative kind, and insist on all the Con
stitutional! rights aud immunities of the
Southern people being accorded to . them
freely and fully. We would sooner lose
our right hand than deny them a privilege
they enjoy by virtue of the National Com
pact. gQfThe Indianapolis Sentinel staled,
several days ago, that in the recent confer
ence between Col. Lane and Mr. Hendricks,
opposing nominees for Governor, Mr. H.
wished to speak in every county, but - Col.
L. desired to restrict the joint canvass to
one speech in each Cogressiooal district,
and that finally they settled on twenty
joint debates.
We take the statement to be correct,
though we do not know it to be so." If it is
correct, we presume the reason why Col. L.
wished to restrict the debates was on account
of his weak lungs. It is well known, that
he has frequently been rednced very low in
health by over-exertion in speaking.
The New Albany Ledger, with its custom
ary fairness, makes the following remark :
The fact is Col. Lane's strength will not
permit him to make the usual canvass, and
we presume thru duty will devolve on Judge
Morton.
Other Democratic papers crow consider
ably over Col. Lane's refusal to make joint
speeches in every county, as if be were
afraid to do sot They will be disabused of
that notion before the summer is over..
'In North Carolina, where Douglas
expected to get instructions favorable to
himself, only two delegates out of ten are
in his interest, and they are from i District
where the Democrats are in a minority.
The State Convention passed the following
resolution :
Resolved, That neither Congress nor the
Territorial Legislature, whether by direct
legislation or legislation of an indirect or
unfriendly character, possesses power to an
nul or impair the constitutional right of any
citizen of ttTb United States to take his
slave property into the common Territories,
and there hold and enjoy the same while
the Territorial condition remains. -
Does that look ike squatter sovereignty ?
Truly, Douglas stock is getting worse and
worse, day by day. His, friends had better
bolt in advance, te save their credit. , , v
The Enquirer says " the Chicago
JYet and Tribune, the organ of the conser
vative Republicans of Illinois, glorified the
deeds of the Ottawa rescuers," etc. Ac
cording to our information, the Prete and
Tribune is one of the most ultra paper in It.'
Mnois. Weknow its proprietors are extreme
men. If that paper is conservative, where
do you &nd your ultra papers?
86fWe see it announced that the Wash
ington Republic is to be discontinued. It
is a Republican, paper of rather radical tendencies!
JSjtjT" But still greater calamity awaits
the g,o4 Democrats -who make their ren
dejprjjys ti Charleston. ' Famine stares them
in th face. Beef is now selling there at
twenty-five cents per pound, and tbe price
threatens to advance indefinitely. A lead
ing hotel-keeper of Charleston has been to
this city to -visit the botchers of Fulton
market, and secure contracts for Lesf to be
delivered in Charleston duiing the Conven
tion, but found tbe pricesdemanded too high,
and - fears are entertained -that the cali
ary preparation of beef will, from a lack of
the raw material, soon become to Charleston
one 'of tbe lost arts. This will certainly be
the case in the event of tbe failure of the
line of steamers to New York. N. Y. Ex
change paper.
Tbe State Fair. The ninth annual
State Fair of the Indiana State Board of
Agriculture will be held upon tbe new
grounds, ia the city of Indianapolis, com
mencing on Monday, October 15th, 18C0,
and continuing during the week. The
State Board of Agriculture have adopted the
following, regulating the admission fees :
Card Admitting a two-horse vehicle, $1 ;
for a one-borse vehicle, 50 cents; for a
saddle horse, 25 cents ; and all persons ac
companying tbe above to have, badges or
single tickets. -
Single tickets 25 cents each, good for
one admission only, and dropped at tbe gate
and no check for return. - :
JSaS"" The Enquirer has commenced the
work of reading out of the party all ' Dem
ocrats who treaten to bolt Douglas or face "
on squatter . sovereignty. Our neighbors
will have their bands lull if they undertake
this. It would belike doing as did the man,
who cnt his dog's tail off just behind tbe
ears. ...... - . , ,
SLv"A duel has been fought in Kansas
between Mr.BlMr lh provisional governor,
and Dr. Stone, a member of the Legislature.
Dr(' Stone was shot through the hips, and
was supposed to be mortally wounded. Tbe
combatants . fought, with , double-barreled
shot guns, loaded with ounce balls distance
thirty paces. '
An eminent Hungarian statesman and
historian, Paul Nagy, died at Eperies, Dec.
18, 1859, aged 81.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Babcock&Co,
HARDWARE DEALERS,
HAVE REMOVED TO
COR. MAIN & WATER STS.,
AND SOW OTFER FOR SALE
A Large aud well Assorted Stock
.or
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
WHICH, FOR
EXTENT AND VARIETY,
IS
UNSURPASSED!
CITY & COUNTRY TRADE
8ijen.mii .v tub jiesr
FAVORABLE TERMS.
BABC OCK & CO.,
i Cor. Main & vWater sts.
' raarlS '
mfICJYWV' MMJatt ttJLTBJ J.JB0K
JT Ouuny Bates ; also, large 4 bushel llags
suitable for shipping com iu ear or rtrsu, for sale
y ... wsrUvtv? 3K(H FOSTEK ft CO.
mUtJVM.mmi BMXMJS'lMM.JtBl 1GOO
9 t rim aswed Shingles, on hand and for ulu by
, , , . U. BAMEV.jr..
iuarl ; No. Maiu street.
JiKMfJ Ot MVHH. FKM.nK
J Canada Oats, just received, and for sale by
. . . , CHAS. McJOHMSTON,
mar14 ' - - Fosey's Block, Main st.
MMMIMSUMS J C MM Mi MS 8 Mi )5 MilXMltt
S Hamburgh aud W. K. Cheese, Just received
aud ft.r sal by ' ' CUAS. McJOHNSTON,
marl4 ' ' Posey's Block.
mjv jtmmm.
XS MMmZ. tJBUI
U. K. G1LBKBT A CO.,
No. 4 thrcamore St.'
qawllty, furssda
. jnMCX-ta TMMSMJMi8 i'MMOMCMl M-'fU
Xs-MMb)! . . K. G1LBKBT st CO.
' 7f wJjY'iL 'IriiMMUBMM'BIl tti
WlM tXBDOeoU just mweived, aud for sale
by . ; , n. K. UILBIUT tX.
"a M.UBT M n fjibm mls o mi m m, m.
Ml NewsrK Plaatar, just received and tor sale
by CUAS. McJOHNSTON,
. sasrli i - Fosey's Block.
"aI'MMJrtt WHMiJlT 30 Ml V 8 MM Mi M 8
9 Priiu Spring Wheat, ou hand and for sale Ly
H. KAMET, Jr.,
marU " ' So. 73 Maiu streut.
MISCELLANEO f rs.
City Election. ,
mmtTMf r; m's mm huh v .:-" to
my w the qualified voters of the citv; ' r.vans
viMe; that the annmil city electietr,-lor the- purpose
of electing one Councilman from ph ii Win J ( taid
city, oue Clerk, one Collector, one Treasurer, one
Marshal, one Assessor an-t fwo Assistant Assessor),
one Surveyor, on' Srliod Ti ust.-e, and one Street
Com inissioner, will b held at tl places fixed
ly the Ordinances of th I'ity for holding-c'ty el.-e-tions,
on the first Monthly, Islng the second day of
April, 18tiov - Bv-order of tin" Oommim Council. -inasU
i'ATltK'K Bl RKlt, Citv Clerk.
r-g tiju. M-it i'sh 4:t .it i..
f9f 50O bush Kiir Corn, left hush IVtati.es, 10
bosh Turnips, 5 bush Parsnips, 10,000 lbs Bacon
Hams, luOO lbs shoulders, looo lbs choice Leaf Lard,
3 teices choice. Itice, 500 lbs f earl Starch, 100 kegs
ass't Wheeling Nails, 100 boxes Glass, ass'd sizes,
10 doz Wash Boards, 25 doz Buckcts.loo doz Brushes,
ass'd, 25 doz Bed Cords, 10 coiW Cotton Kope, lo
coils Manilla do, 5 coils Hemp do, ftoo 11m l'earl
ItarleT, 10 doc Tubs. lu htore and for wtlu cheap
for cash at , V1CKKKY BKOS.
mart)
jnMCKJLMiH MS OH Til MS jnMLM,MJS.
JL We have for side Pickels in oarrels, put up
in pure cider vinegar, which we retail by the dw.eu
or hundred ; also ia koss and jura of ull sizes. Call
and see for yourselves. V ICKEKY BKOS.
LEATHER BELTING.
TTMi UM-1 L' 8 M"jMT K.VT &THHTCHK It
P Cemented and Riveted Leather Belting also
Lace Leather, Rivets and Burs, lilret Sets and
Headers, Punchers and Cutting l'lyers. A full
stock always ou hand at lowest factory prices.
CUABLS BABCWK,
niar9 8, Main htroet.
COLLECTOR'S SALE
OF RMi.M l Ji STATU M O H TH K
payment of cost and e.M-ensos of side walk
improvement.
Kotice it herehy gieen, that by virtue ef four pre
cepts, issued out of the Clerk's ofilee of the city of
Evanasillo, and tu nie directed, I will sell at public
auction at the door of the Court lloiiAe in the city
of Evansville, on Saturday, March Stat, lSoti, the
following Iiots or parrels of real estate, or as much
thereof as may le necessary to pay the amounts
assessed and charged against said lots respectively,
aa the cost aud expenses of making side walk im
provements in front of said lots, together with tiie
costs of sale :
Lot No. 24 Block " 16 Stockwell's Knl'nt, 4.C0
,13 . 7 Miarpo'a 17.27
14 " 7 ' " 2.75
15 " 7 2.75
3 --2 j,Hmasc0l 11.07
4 ' 152 " 11.35
Sale to commence at 2 o'clock, r. nr., on said
day. V. SC11MUCK, City Collector.
mar9-3wd
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
(.K JUli TMIMS MVTHOBMZMiMM
WW Agents of the above Road, and are giving
through receipts on freight to all the Eastern cities,
at as low rates as by any other line. Goods seut to
our care for transhipment will be forwarded with
promptness and dispatch.
For all information address - '
GE'J. EOSTER A CO., Ag'ts,
Cor. Locust st. nod Canal, Evansville, Ind.
mar9
JIVST MtMiVMitVJill.J VJX MtMOMt
tJf article of Black Tea in small caddies, express
ly for family use, at No. b7 Slain stieet, opposite
the Court liouse. J AS. L. SPALDING.
marlo .
New Dry Goods Establishment.
rjTHK U.VIt HIlSMfJ.S'MiMt, M.TMi OM
JL the firm of Uoser Bros. & Co., begs leave to
inform his friends and citizeni of Evausville nud
vicinity, tlutt he has just returned from the East
with, aud is now opening at the capacious store
room, on First street, one door south of Preston
Bros , a splendid stock of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods, consisting of everything from too lowost
price Muslin to the finest bilk and Dress Goods the
market affords. Having been longacquainted with
the business, tbe undersigned is aware that the
cash system is the only system which will succeed,
aud therefore only sdlB for cash. Prices will be in
accordance. Thersfore, all in need of Dry Goods
wilt dill at the new store on First street, wher- you
will gut the worth of your mouey.
neglectfully, L. VltEY.
niarS
. VMi XT M'OTJ TOJiSS O MM VSIl.
J Receiving
rut
T. KKDMOND'S.
GUARD AGAINST FIRE
BY
CHOICE INSURANCE
WITH THE
Incorporated 1819 Charter Perpetual.
CASH CAPITAL $1,500,000,
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED.
Net Surplus of $942,181.72,
And the prestige of 4U years success aud
exerienee.
tPWAKDS OK $14,000,000
Of losses have beeu paid by the .t'.tna Insurance
Company in the -at 4o years.
The value of reliable Iiisuiauco ill be apparent
from the following
LOSSES' PAID BY T II E JET'S A
m'RlNO TBE PAST FIVE YEABS:
In Ohio, $431,52.1.81
In WiM-onsin, 10ii,055.07
In Kentnckr, 204.9W.40
Missouri, 3S4.518.04
Iowa 4 Minn. 101.-.K 9.4H
In Mi. higan, iflSS ,04X81
In Indiana,... 140,8.(9 81
In Illinois,... 44S.327.4l
Tennessee 97,549.21
'vansas X Sub 19.945.77
Ark. r .... 23.tt45.C9
Penn'a A Vs.. 31,593 82 ,
Mississippt and Alabama,... $5-.41'2. is.
Fire and Inland Navigation
Risks accepted at terms consistent with solency
and fair profit.
E'ptcial attention given to Inmranee nf DWELLINGS
and Ur-nteHts, or termt of 1 to 5 year.
The solid service lung and successfully tried, and
the many advantages the JF.lua. I nsurani e Company
posrwses in its line, should not be overlooked by
those ready to insure and understanding their be it
interests.
During "stringent times" the necessity for re
liable Insurance becomes an Imperative duty- -the
ability of property owners to sustaiu hiss being
then much lessened.
Agencies in ail the principal cities and towns
throughout the State. Policies issued .without de
lay, by any of the duly authorized Agents of the
Company.
VSBtines attended to with despatch and
fidelity. . ;
,A. C. 1IAL1 CCK SON, Agents,
' iuai-8 Marble Building, Main st.
C. F. BROl'GHTON,
mOULMt " IM, TTIH JTJl'wV-
tiou of his friends aud the public to his
store, corner of Clark and Carpenter sts., where he
has just opened as
Jlruffitt and Grocer.
Families will 1 supplied with the purest articles
of -medicines or groceries at the lowest cash price
of the city. niar7-lm
CIIAS. B. KIEHAUS. LUIS BECK MAW.
FIRM OF
MEHAl'S BECKMAS.
NEW STOVE AND TIN STORE.
pitJ! 8 JULX JJ-1 It Mi TJML.
WW dealers ani Manutactnrers of Tin, Copper,
and Sheet Iron Wares, No. 8, Water street, between
Main aud Locust, Evansville, Ind.
The undersigned have constantly on hand a fnlt
assortment of Staves of every variety and pattern,
at the lowest prices, and beg leave to inform their
friends and the public generally, that they have
the bust and neatest assortment of Tin Ware ever
oftVrrd, aud have constantly on hand s full assort
ment of Druggist Cans, Ac, tc. i&
Those persons wishing work iu their line are re
spectfully requested to gie them a call lefore pur
chasing elsewhere, as by prompt attention to th ir
business aud a thorough kuowledge ot their trade,,
they hope to give general satisfaction.
NIEIIAUS & BECKMAN.'
COPPER AND JOB WORK.
Steamboat, Distillery, aud Brewery Work; Steam
Pipes, Soda Fountains, Pumps, aud general Copx r
tnithin g and Sheet Iron Work, made aud repaired,
Metal Kootiug, Gu.tering, 4c.
M'orl: warruuUii to yu-e iivrjcct tuli.factum, at the
Unreal price. mar7-4iud
UJ'8UU I J A JUT JTMIMJ'tf
Saloon. The nn!ersigned has refitted anil
renovated the BATH HOL'SK AND BARliEU
SHOP UNDKK MARliLK II ALL, iu fine style,
aud is prepared to Shave, Shamitooii , Dress H-ur,
or to furnish Ilwtor Cold Baths at all hours.
This is the nly Bath House iu the city, and I
am determined to so conduct it nud the Barber
Shop attached that it will become the headquarters
of all gentlemen wishing to be trimmed up iu tlM
height of the style.
tiive me a call aud try my skill. Terms reasou
able. Liuar3-dtf 1SK A K L It. ti LKN N.
MISCELLANEOUS.
nruB, bosmjv ajrii rimTMiM mr
M. Paris. 10"j barrels Id fins order, jnst rweived
and for sale by mar5 1 8. K. GILBERT A CO.
1860JK
S M M M Jti , TMJiMI Mi.-
ust received ansT now obeninK. an ele
gant stork of goods suitible for the Spring Trad :
. . 'Ji I cases fancy printsi,
lo denims
, . .14 " Ueacbed mslins , -
i 2 ' lawns; , i ! ; f .
- " ehallies; '--lo
cottonades;
"4 apron checks "
10 balm shirting stripes; '
'JO " sheeting;
And a great variety of notions of all kinds, all of
w hicb we aro selling below Cincinnati prices, as
we aid deteriniiMHl to draw the good trade to Evans
ville. f'ome and examine for yourselves at
mar5 J. H. MAG H EE CO.'S, First St.
B JIM a M'J X,. TIME J.JSA TH Mi H
M.B' Store of Thomas Kerth has been removed
from No. 7 (Fleming's old stand), to 75 Main Sfc
opposite Washington Hotel, where he keeps a full
supply of LEATHER AND FINDINGS. He keeps
on hand every variety and sells cheap for cash.
Philip Duksneb, Fleming's old salesman, is
with me, and will be on hand to wait on onrold
iriends aud all the new customers who may call ou
us. He will do justice to all.
mar2-lmd THOMAS KEBTII.
mmB Mi Mi M, M J ,VJi
WW, 190 kegs assorted sises, jost received aud
for sale by CHAS. McJOHNSTON, t
marl' Pose) 'a Block, Main street.
Iffl O M. Mi MS T J U T M C M, It 8
JL In great variety, at the lowest price, at tbe
New Drug iitore of , - :
feb-7 ; - " K. S. THOMPSON".
JMMJ8T HMiCMiM VJiJM T 8M M-tCJYMI IMI
ajf stock of fresh and pore garden seeds, of every
variety, at F. 8HARPE CO.'S
REMOVAL. ,
WK. M. prNCAM ....E. A. COOKE.
11tJI, Jtl. MIMJyCJJV VBBY B Mim
W W s pec t fully informs the ptiblie that b has
removed from his obi stand on Water street, to the
bnilding formerly occupied by Archer ft Mackey,
No. 5, Main street, and has made a change in his
firm, the style of which will hereafter be Duncan
& Cooke.
. We will keep constantly on hand a large and
well selected stock of foreign and domestic dry
goods, which we will sell at reasonable and uni
form prices. Hoping to have a con tin nance of the
patronage of tbe old house, and to merit a large
accession of new customers, we remain ., -
"If eurs, respectfully,
feb241m DUNCAN ft C00KK.
BOTANICAL PHYSICIAN. .
OB.WI; COURTNEY,
Offic cor. Matt sswst MHnl Btrttt; '
EVANSVILLE, IND.
B-m. c. mijm s p k bjh J jyrnjyn M I JCO-
-fl Sweated in this city and can be fonnd at his of
fice at all hours (both day and night), except when
professional ly engaged. .
. sluf Espacial attention given to all chronic dis
eases. Cancers cured, (warranted). feb23 3md
The Economist.
-rr Wt.'.tliiti jvi!
rmviiB BTy-Mtt mmj xr bmsjv tmims
JL first premiums at every Fair where it has
been exhibited. At the South-Western Indiana
District Fair, held here October, 1859, there were
but two premiums offered for cooking stoves one for
tile best wood cuekiug stovesnd on t-r the best coal
cooking stove. The Economist took the FIRST
PKKMIUM FOR THE BEST OOK1NG STOVE
FOR WOOD. Koelker, Klusmau ft Co took the first
premium for their cooking stove for coal. No other
premiums were offered. The large silver mi-dal was
awarded to the Economist at the New York state
Fair ; and the first premium at the United Status
Fair held at Chicane, aud twelve other Stats and
County Faii in 1S59.
Iu no brain h of mechanical al t has there
been a more apparent advance than in tue man
ufacture ot stotis. It is but a lew years siuce
tlie very name a as a uovrlty, representing a
huge, aUapeb-rs structure. almNt as devoid ot
use as oriutuieut. These have if radually given place
to patterns of grace and utility ; until the varieties
our markets m.w present have almost exhausted
the vitcabula-r i.f Haitiee ; and the different phase
the uietal i aiade to asaiime, would aasouialt old
Vulcan himetf. Iu style and finish, the improve
ment has beeu rtal, leaving uotbing to be deaired
ou that point, but the severe competition in price,
to which they have been subjected, has deprived
the in of many of the more substantial qualities
desirable. This seems more especially to have been
the case in reference to cook stoves an article .of
domestic economy that has more todo with scolding
wives and crotchety servants than most people im
agine. The public havs lung sought an improve
ment in thiv article, and we believe are ready to pay
any reasonable price for a cooking store, if it ouly
possesses the merits of size, weight, convenience,
durability, economy, aud perfection f manufacture.
Tlieae qualities seem to bo possessed most fully in
the Eeou mi.,1 a new stove, perfected and brought
(tit tbe past season, by Messrs. Treadwell, Perry
.v Norton, of Albauy. We heard so much of this
sb-ve, sail it looked so much like a store intended
for use, that we concladed to try them, aud the
result of the experiment convinces us that the
proprietors, in their determination to make thc&eaf
utora in tke world, have succeeded.' We regard the
Economist as possessing all the merits above euu
inerated as the great stove of the day tar in ad
vance of auything ever attempted iu the line of
stoves, perfect in all its appointments, and trae to
iu name iu durability and ths use of fuel. Among
the many convenience attached to It, may be men
tioned a large oven, with hooka arranged, lor sus
pending meats while roasting.. A copper water
tank, holding from 12 to 'iit gallons-rwarming
closet, broiling hearth, sic, Ac. The broiling
hearth is one of the most noticeable features of this
remarkable stove. There never has been, to uur
knowledge, any broiling nxturo that was really sat
i factory in its operation. Tbe proprietors of ti
stove have been conducting a series of experiment
upoa broiling, eliciting some valuable facta, ad re
sulting In the invention of a gridiron adapted to
this stove, which has been secured by letters patent,
and is one of the most admirable things of tbe kiud
we ever saw broiling without smoke, and keeping
the coals in a constant glow. We are always gfaul
to do justice to mechanical imi rove men ts, and es
pecially such as contribute so largely te the general
good, as the one above mentioned. . .
The Economist, wlik h is coiuniandiug such a large
sale, will be found oJy at SCANTLiN ft STE
PHENS'S, Main St., between Water and First,
Evauaville, Ind. martt
BjLJjBCTBMI'B B J JL H
t-S of real estate for the payment of costs and
expenses of sidewalk improvements.
Notice it aercby yirya that, by virtue of five pre
cepts, issued out of the Clerk's office of the City of
Evansville, and to me directed, I will sell at public
out-cry, at tiie door of ths Court-house, iu the
City of Fvatiaville, ou Saturday, the 17th of March,
18U0, the following lots or parcels of real estate, or
so lunch thereof as may be necessary to pay the
amounts assessed aud charged against said lots,
respectively, as the cost and expense of making
sidewalk improvements in front of said lots, to
getlier with tiie cost of sale: -
Lot 13, block 40 Eastern Kularement.......Sl
Lot 11, " 49 " " 4 73
Lot 19, " 49 - . ' 5 30
Lot ti, " 2oV " " t b7
Kvaus' Homestead on Sixth street, from the
corner of Locust and Sixth to the alley be
tween Locust ami Main streets. .................. 14 35
Lot &, block 16, Stuck well s Enlargement 4 VO
Lot .ti, lt, " " 4 bO
Sale to communes at 10 o'clock A. M. on said day.
P. SCU31UCK, '
feb--3wd City Collector.
SPRING TKADE. ,
JoTrn TT. Dotors,
Wholesale Manufacturer ot Geutiemen's, Ladies',
Misses', aud Children's
BOOTS. SHOES, AND UPPERS, .
Carli.le Buildings, No. 53 West Fourth street,
--" Cincinnati, 1 "
jgjvfMTEs tub ATTBjyrriBjyi' or
JL dealt rs to the lact that he is now manufactur
ing, and keesi constantly hand a large stock
of the neweat and choicest styles of goods adapted
to tbe requirements of popular trade ; the induce
ments be offers are GOOD GOODS AT LOW
PRICES. Having been et gaged in manufacturing
!io,t class giaals for over tweuty years, be now
claims to have facilities for manufacturing first
class goods as cheap, if not cheaper, than Eastern
manufactures He leels confident of his ability to
otter extra inducements to close buyers. His motto
is a fair field aud no favors.
Call aod examine his goods, and you will he sure
to buy.
av, Orders promptly atteuded tu.
te015-3md
Iff' --. , asT-
MISCELLANEOUS.
btatoient .:y l
r J F. or tb cosDiTioit of rat 3 7 1
Hoiue Insurance CoiDpanir
OF NEW YORK,
OH THB FIRST DAT Or JANUARY,- A; r-
1860, MADE TO THE AUDITOR OF THE
' STATE OF INDIANA, PURSUANT
- TO THE STATUTE OK
THAT STATE.
-NAME AND LOCATION?-
JL is tbe Host Insurance Companv, Incorporate
ed in 1863i and located in the city of New York
CAPITAL, ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
The capital of said Company actually
paid up in cash is.:........... $1,000,000 00
.The surplus on the 1st day of January, .
1800.: : 413,815 er,
. Total amount of capital and surplus 1,415,815
ASSEI'S.
Amount of cash in Continen
tal Bank, N. Y... $49,707' 54 '
Amount of cash in hands of ; .'
Agents, and in course of . .
transmission (balance)..... 2-,565 ol "- '
Amount of unincumbered real , -
esUte, No. 4 Wall Street ... (i7,009 00
Amount of United Slatvs . ' .. .
treasury notes, market
value ..: 10,-24l 90
Amount Missouri State b'ds, .
6 per cent., market value... li;,22G 00
Amount of North Carolina ... .
bonds, 6 per cent., market
value ; 9,630 00 '
Amount of Tennessee bonds,
6 per cent., market value.. 9,M CK)
Amount of Brooklyn City
water bonds,' 6 per cent., '
.. market value .... 10,250 00 ' : r
Amount of baukstocks, mar
ket value 83,5-5 00 . ' '
Amount of loans on bonds ' 1
- and mortgages, being first .
, lien of record on uniucum
bered real estate, worth at
least $1,695,300, and ou
which there is less thau
, one year's interest due and
'' owing rate of Interest 7
! per cent........fc,... 80,O2 03 .- '
Amount of loans on stock ,
aud bonds, payable ou de-'
mand, the market value
of securities pledged, $2fl- ti.j
6-9.. , 18S,C90 00 , ,
Amount due fr m premiums .
on policies issued at office.. 1,807 79 1 '
Amount of bills receivable .
for premiums on inland
navigation risks, Ac .. ll,0f4 41
Interest actually due and '
' paid ( -...... 24,928 80 '
81,48,3119
LIABILITIES.
Amount of losses adjusted, 1
afld due and unpaid None. .
Amount of losses incurred
and in process of acjjust
ment . 17,658 31
Amount of losses reported on
which no action has been
taken 15,422 12
Amonnt of claims for losses
resisted bv tbe Company.. 9,000 00 .
Amount of dividends declar
ed, and due and unpaid... None.
Amount of dividends, either - "
easb or scrip, declared but
not yet due No"e.
Amount of money borrowed. None.
Amount of all other existing
clams against the Co ....... None.
Total amount of losses,
28
claims, and liabilities...... 842,580 43
The greatest amount iusured on any one risk is
S3O,0OO, but will uot, as a geueral rule, exceed
$10,000.
The Company - has no general rnle as to the
amouut allowed to be insured in any city, town,
village, or block, being governed jn this matter,
in each case, by the geueral character of buildings,
width of streets, facilities for putting ont fires, &c.
No part of its capital or earnings ts deposited in
any other State as security therein.
An attested copy of the Charter or Act of iucor
poratieraccompanies this statement. . .
Si E OF NEW YORK, , )s, ,
City atid County of New York. fa ;.
Charles J. Martin, President, aud J. Milton
Smith, Secretary of the Home lusuranceOompaiiy,
being severally sworn, depose and say, and each for
himself says, that tbe foregoing is a true, full and
correct statement of the aff-iro of the said Corpora
tion, and that they are the above described officers'
thereof. -
(Signed) CHARLES J. MARTIN, Pres't.
(Siicned) J. MILTON SMITH, Sec'y.
Su bscribed and sworn before me, this 17th day of
, . January, A. D. 1860. W ltuesa my baud
JSEAL.J and official seal.
(Signed) BENJAMIN RANKIN,
Commi'sionerfor Indiana, iu New York, 106 Bro.nl-
way, ti. Y.
AUeU C: Hallock is the duly :uithori'd agent
fortius city, us per certificate of authority filed i
the Couuty Clerk's office.
This Company insnres sgafust Ioa or daniave by
fir te buildings, inerch. online, household turai
ture, and personal property generally. Also,
against the perils of inland navigation, at fair
rates of premium.
ALLEN C. n.VLLOCK,
Agent, Marble Hall Building, Maiu St., Evansville.
feb-tapS.
STEWART'S STOVE.
(W I.WJ OJ" HJJVn; Jt M.JIROB
tWM. lot of these truly and justly celebrated, newly
and greatly improved summer and winter Cooking
Stoves, of th unrivaled Stewart's Patent, aud at
tbe only agency in this city. . -
Tioi. Seantin's, No. 29 Main afreet, between
' Pint and Second.
The fiist premium was awarded to this Stove as
the bast coal or wood cooking stove at tbe South
western Indiana District Fair, held at this place.
No stove ever devised combines as numerous or
Importaut scientific principles as this of Stewart's.
It broils, boils, bakes and roasts at the same mo
ment, without one dish imparting flavor to another,
or prodnciug that sameness of taste in meats and
gravies, which, to tbe delicate and fastidions of
taste, makes so insuperable an objection to every
other cooking stove now in use. With one-fourth
of the fuel employed in the best of stoves now ill
use, this most perfect and complete conking appa
ratus performs, simultaneously and more perfectly
than has ever before been accomplished, everything
required in the beat provided families, so far as
.cooking is concerned. When, too, it is borne in
mind that the most delicate females ran visit the
kitchen when the Stewart Stove is fully employed,
and the fire is at its height, without the smallest
npleasautnass -from the change of temperature,
so little is the heat from it diffused externally, an
inducement is presented for its universal employ
ment never heretofore presented in any other stove.
That, indeed, is one of its principal attractions, as
well as Its greatest wonder, how heat is so econo
mized and diffused within the stove itself, and so
little perceptibly escapes into the kitchen, a place
where, with any of the stoves now in 'use, other
than Stewart's, it ia scarcely possible for any one,
in warm weatb or more particularly, to breathe wit
comfort. ' '
For 20 years Mr. Stewart lias been employed in
portocting this stove, aud siuce last Febraary, he
nasootaineu turee uew paieiji9 iui ii,i,iu,niit?uia,
which, in his opinion, and the opinion of all who
have examined -it, made it perfect. Within four
years fweafy tkouaawi of them have been sold, under
a full guarantee, aud not one has beeu returned.
These remarkable, resirlts have emboldened a host
of stove manufactiirera to imitate tbe Stewart Stove,
but,, save ia. exterior appearance, which the old
latent (having expired) enables them to give, they
no more remblo Stewart's than chalk does cheese.
These imitations are known by various names, but
they are all deficient in varum particulars, such '
aa the air-tight boxes, ty which tun control ts kept
over the fire, and of the heat, by a draft damper,
ingeniously contrived, which also admits a con
stant, enrrent of cold air ou the outside of the fire
box, which again becomes heated air, and, passing
into the oven, is made available for cooking ur
poses.
Th agent and subscriber is receiving the best
Imitation of the Stewart Stove, called " l'ride :X
the West," which he will be happy to dispose of
at) two-thirds of the pricu of the geuuiue Stewart's.
It Is possible, of course, to cook with it, but it
bears no resemblauce to Stewa. t's.
The " Stewart " is sold by the agent, under a full
guarantee to perform as recommended, and if, within -three
mouths from purchasing, any fault is found
with them, h will take them back and refund the
money.' Uoasek,eterB will bear in mind, then,
that the geuuiue Stewart Stove, bought at the only
agent's hire, .will, with halt the labor aud oue
fourth the fuel, do more and better cooking than
any other stove ever constructed. '
THOS. SCANTLIN, No. 29 Main street,- .
Side age (it for the sale of the Stewart Stove in
Southern Indiana aud Kentucky.
MISCELLANEOUS.
w OTS 333 JJM II O.WI TMOJY-
JU Enlargement, Oh ths Basin of the Canal, upon
whiclris a new and the best Canal Wharf in Ev
ansville, for sale or lie. M'nly to
' Wit.- kf. "WALKER,
dec24-diw3m Land Agent.
J 1 v l- fUJH T AIJ" fti BT H -HT.,
M.JLmi extending to tbe Canal, with a wharf ou
ttie basiu of the Canal of seventy-five f,-et, being
the most desirable location for manufacturing pur
poses iu Evansvilie, for sale or lease Applv to
WJLLX4M. H'AiJislli.
dec24 Keal Estate Agent.
-ffOU KMLMi JV B48i' TKBJB8.
M 60 Lou ra Lamasco.'west of Pigeon'Creek.
Lots in Lamasco, east of Pigeon Creek.
" Lots in the Eastern Kul't of Evansville.
Lots in the Southern do do
Lots in Bray's "do , :'. . do
Lots in the 4lh ' do.' ' ' ' j,,
; ' Lots ill the Donation do 8 " do '
, Apply to the nnderaigned-.Office in Wheeler's
Building, Third street, rpposite.th Court House.
WILLIAM H. WALKER,
dec24 I , - ! 5 , Real Estate Agent
LrAND FOR SALE.
TW acres thd H wfjr eff-7T"oWrr"l'arge'1I west.'
Ilk I - do. i . ik qr -sec ' 2'itowu 2, range 8 west,
lik) do s w qr sec , town 2, range 9 west.
191 do a e qr sec 31,. town 2, rim so 9 west.
105 do n pt h e qr, sec 26, town 2, range 10 west.
HiO'do - nwqrsec 14, town 3, range 10 west.
1WI do s w qr sec 'Si, town 3, range 10 west.
HiO do n e qr sec 26, town 3, range 10
lUii do n qr ec V4, town 3,- range 7
l' do eqr see 24, town 3, ranK 7
ttHt do sw-qr- sot twnrar rangirT "
The f reguiug, tneits wllL be sold on lihvral t. rnis.
Titles are wtf(.ot. Enqrirt rtie
REAL. ESTATE AUENCY,
On Third street, lat. Slain and Sycamore,
, -' : in Wheeler's Building.'
WM, H. WALHEB,
"' " ' ' - - ' Real F.KtsSV Ag't. ,
VJHLH MMPB It fEMI FBIIF-
W erty tor sale. Four lots on Fourth street, op
posite the market, designated by Nom. 3,4,5, and
l. Market Place. All new three stur, metal ns-d'.
bricks, built- fur stores, suitable tor nty kiud of
business, and with good finished dwelling ucuom
modations. 4 '
For terms of sale, apply til Allen AV Hallock,
Real Estate and tieueral lustirauce Agent, Marble
Uall Building, Main Stieet, Evansville, Ind.
foblfc-lm
OsTBsT- ' I' K B 8 UMf M.J
-. 'ti.MMt
mW
KvausvHIe, for salo hy -" ' '
WILLIAM a. WALKER.
" Real Estate Asprtt,
Third street, opp. the Court HoiMe.
deo24
Wb ,ssog-I'TMv.y om f.i ht.m: K-
JmUfl SHIP. -The partnership of J . P. Jaipas 4
Co. is this day dissolved by mutual cement by the
withdrawal of Hiram E. Read. 'Alt biuiia-ss of
said firm will be settled by the remaining part
ners, Jonathan S Jaqness and Henry O. trwathmey,
who will continue the bwiuess under tlie same
style as heretofore.
JONATHAN 8. J AQDESS,
, HIRAM K. READ,-
HEN RY 0. UWATHMEY.
Evansville, Feb. 28, 1800. msr2-3w -
StrttOTT1 OX-L-t g "
or ta condition or tub '
liarlford Firc. liisurauce Co.j
MADE TO THE AUDITOR OK THE STATE OF
INDIANA, JANUARY 1, I860. t A
1st. The name of this Company is the Hartford
Fire Insurance Company, and is located at llart-
loru, lonut-cticM.
icapital: "
1
2d. The anion 1 'Capital Stock ia. S'AJti.OOO 00
3d. -The amou-f Capital Stock -paid-
, up ,.... i siw.ooo 09
; v assets. ' J.' ' :, Z. -
4th. Cash on hand and in B'k.&18,338 It
Cash in hands of agents, or in-' - ' t" '.
course of transmission. 62,098 89
Cash loaned on call..... 30,000 UO-S'31 ,029 00
Bills receivable, secured by personal
and collateral security. . 1 70,223 9
Real istate unincumbered, building
and lot 19 Pearl street, Hartford...... -15,000 00
STOCK AND BUM'S AS t'OLLOWS, VIZ ;
PAR VAL. M'KT VAt.
f.ll share Hartford B'k stock...$51,l00 t o8,9tv
4O0 shares Phoeuix B'k stock 40.IAHI - a7,2H
lt shares Ct. Riv. B'k'g Co. stk... 0,000 6,500
2s shares Exchange Bank stock.. 10,000; 10.0IHI
150 shares Bank of Hartford Co.
bank stock.............; 7,500 7,350
200 share Charter Oak B'k stock. 20,000 , 20,800
220 shares Farmers' A Mechanics'
bank stock...!....:...; .. 22,000 25,520
150 shares Meruautile B'k Stock.. 15,009 16.000
1:12 shares Merchants' & Mauulac- - - '
turers' Bank stock 13,200 13,332
315 shares yElua B'k stock , :il,.rxs) S4.0JO
181 shares City Bank stock .7 18,601 21,043
2011 shares Americau Ex'h.tuge
Bank stock, N. Y 20.ISHI 20,000
2oO ahare lltink of Commerce b k -
st.-ck, N. I 20.IHS) 19.8O0
300 shares Importers' t- Traders'
, Bu,k stock, N. Y 1... 30,0110 :t3,t;ii
:t)Osi ares Hank of America bank - -
stojk; n. Y...T.T.:.... 311.0011 at,bo
2C0 shares Manhutiau Co. Jiauk '
stock IoTkmi M.P.Mt
200 -.hares MerrbanU' Bk s'k, N. Y. 15,0SI . V,,ir,
200 -.hares L'uion B'k stock, N. Y. 1h,inki lo,0 sj
200 shares Ocean B'k stock, N. Y. 10, (SKI ' WoO
100 sltares Bank of N America Bk ' '-
stock, N Y 10,(H) 10,700
3ot .hares Metropolitan b'k stork,' -' -
:KY-.. ....1;. ,30,000 . ;t.'i,'-no
llMI shares Blackstone b'k stoik, " ' '
Boston ...... .......i. lO.tssj - , 10,5 Mi
190 shares Bankid' Commerce st'k,
Boston - lo.ooo m.o.nj
100 shares Granite bk stock, Bos
ton 10,000 10,5.10
10 shares Suffolk B'k stuck. Bus- . ' ,
Uu l.ooo 1,21.5
100 shares Hide and Leather Il k,
Boston lo.ono ln,Ss
100 share Webster b'k stock,
Boston ..77T.... 10,000 10,750
100 shares National B'k stuck, Bos- t , - '
ton 10,000 10.4s
100 ahares Atlantic B'k stock. Bus--
ton...-. IO.OlKJ ' lo.OOfl
100 shares Safely Fund B'k stock" ' -
Bostou 10,000 10,jo0
100 shares Boylslou Bauk 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 20,000 2O.2O0
200 shares Merchants' B'k -slock - r -
St. Lonis :JO,000 20,100
120 shares Connecticut River Com- '
pany stock.... J2,0OO 3,tKK
20 sbsres Connecticut River U. R. . .
Company; . 2.0OO . l.aiKi
100 shares Hartford Jt N Haven li
- R Co stock 10,000 ' 12,450
20 Tenuesseo State Bonds, V per
cents, payable 1892..... 20,000 18,100
2 Ohio State Bonds, Vper cents, :- -
tmvalile I80O 10,000 io.ijs
20 Michigan State Bits, 0 V cents, ' ' '
payable 186:1 20,000, 2ii,tHS
10 Missouri State Stock, 6 per " ' : 1
cent, payable .... 10,000 8,400
25 Hartford City bonds, 6 per cts,
payable 1876.... 1:..... 35,000 36,GO
20 shares State Bank Wisconsin, .
stock, Milwaukee....;.... 2,000
SUS(i,S00 8720,457
Totul assets ....53i.70'J 5!)
i.IABILlTIES.
6th. No liabilities to banks, or others, due -r net '
due.
6th. No losses adjusted and dne.
7th. Losses either unadjusted I ...n u
8th. or asjusted and not due, f -,oiu 8j
ytli.-Losses in suspense wait- . . :
ing further proof, in
cluded in lost answer" 1
abuve . . t ... 1 ; -
1
lOttl.
All other claims against
the company, (dividends 1
unpaid). 1,'J20
Total MliMmt of 1iaIilities....t.uU...Siiii,!t:ui.ii5
11th. This rule of the company in not to exceed
,a. . jlO.OiHJ in-any one riak, subject to lows 4iy.
a single fire. ' . '
12th. The amount 'insured in H 'city or village de-
. peuds upon itsjjze generally all the desira
Ole risas to 00 ,u-V-J suujecfc iu uiq aa ra
alKjve named. - ' '
13th. The amouut insured iu any one -block of
buildings, deiicuds uihu its sise and euu
strnctiou, sulijiict to tho rule above refer
14th. A certified copy of the" Act of luconr-ration
accompanies this statenx-ut. - .
.TIMOTHV C. ALLYN. Soc'v. ..
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, ) " , , , j
Uartford county, t -
t . JASUAar lith, I860.
Personally apiieared T. C. Allyn, Secretiiry of the
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, aud made oath
that the foregoing statement, by liim sul.soj-ilted,
ia a true, full and correct statement of the affair
of said Company, and exhibits, so far as can be
ascertained at this date,- Its actual condition ou
I he 1st day of January, ISO). Before me, -.
., , . , tiEO.S.GILMAN,
Justice of the Peace.
Allen C. Hallock is the duly authorized Agent
for this city, by certificate of authority from the
Anditor of State, filed iu the County Clerk's
office.
. Applications for insurance on merchaiidi-ie, store
houses, dwellings and contents, will be atteuded
to, and policies issued at reasonable rates. - ' 1
ALLEN ft HALLOCK, Ageut,
Marble Hall Building, No. 1 Maiu street, Evans
ville, Iud. : - - ' Iaa23tap28
MISCELLANEOU
WMJfltlWJBB-SPBMJyO taJBM,
MM. I860. The undersfs-Tied invite the attea.
tion of GROCERS ancTTTOUNTRY MERCHANTS
to their large assortment of HARDWARE now on
hand ,and auTivlngdircctj from European and
American manufacturers, ahich they offer to cash
and prompt tiie buyers AT PRICES BEYOND
OOM PETIT-ION. JAfiOfliTRAUB A P4)X,
mar.r 74 Main street,
JwUlTM'VMZTillJM, J.nH CK.ttMCJ-Tb.
J- 25 dozen idifivels and spades; ' "
20 ' garden rakes;
n tianrthni honrj -
' .'50 ' cast steel planters' hoes; '
1 - 20 " ' hay ami uinnnre fork;-- -;
6 grubbing hoes; t
7 casks trace chains;
3 ' log 4. '. ... . -
2i dozen sheep shears; 7
N.mv on hand and for sale at low prices. '.
JACOB STK. M B A SON,
iuar5 . 74 Main street.
inMCMiEn 'jnnss. s MrM.j
M. bales received per steamer Autocrat acholcs
article for sale by 8. K. GILBERT A CO.,
mar5 A gycamore street.
K4 8.MM.JK tJ' JiJ 8 TJBMUB8.
M. . 11 building lots iu the City of Evansville,
and in Elliott's Enlargement;
Also house and lot on Third street near th cor.
- ner of Clierry; t , t
" 2 giKxl horses, oue 7 and the other $ years
"Id; . a
" 2 gtanl milch cows; ,1, , .
2 good carts and harness; , ",...
- " 1 good dray and harness; . .:,..
" 1 uew farm wagnu and harness; .
" 1 good top liuggy and harness, with pole
' - . and double harness to fit.
mar5 Z. H. COOK.
o
VJ SETS! f OvV.V KNTsr-.
Iu prime order at the EUREKA BAKAAR.
. nur7.
IJ
n
l-T i It I' 8 II. M'BE8H
VIIBJS' n EJ M,.
2oo bush, prime corn.
3is do choice Peach Bloom Potatoes,
Irt store and for sale by COOK & LANGLK V.
uiar7 -' -,
& 65 tons assorted iron,
l.'slset do Axles, - - . -'
spring, - r.:,
;HHl bills assorted Il.aip Iron,
R(-ceiViMl per steamer Dneofcih, and for sale at rs
dmd 1 rice SAMl'RL ORR.
luarl. ,
W 11K ELEH & " WILSON'S
r - SEWING MACHINE,
J So. iTit,t Street, Tji-.tween Ittnin and Lxcust.
HF TO TMME"MVBVMC
WW Wbeelec W ilsuu's Improved SeuigBla
chiue at leilm ed prii-t-ti, with increased confidence
in its merits as. llio liut t uuil most raliablo family
sewing luavhiiiu now iu use. It sews equally well
on the. thicket or -tuiucst fabrics; makes the lock
stitch inipiissiblu to unravel, with the cesoutial
advautage of being alike ou both-sidua, tbrming no
ridj or elinfu n the nmler side ; issin.pla in con
struction, more speedy in movement, end moro
durable than any other machine. We give full in
structions to enable tiro purchaser to sow. ordinary
seams, stitch, hem, fell, quilt, gather, bind, aud
tuck, all 011 the suni machine, aud warranted lor
three years.
We also keep on constantly hand a full assortment
of Singer's uu-cliiues.
Circulars containing testimonials of the above
machines, from persons of tho highest standiug
East aud West, giving prices, Ac, will be furnished
gratis, 011 application iu person or by letter.
febyiy - V. M.8KLLMAN.
IOjMMj iiL IM? .V EJVrMUMS
w - new make, and at lunch less price, at
feb27
THOMPSON'S New Drug 8tore.
t&WEET
M'tT-ITOE8.Q Ml II 8 Ml.
red and tor sale at the pionw
ffebll J. P. ELLIOTT.
faintly grocery.
CRESCENT CITY GALLERY.
WE ALL follow interest iu spite of vain tlk,
Aud to those who deal fairly, to them w should
walk ;
Now, you who want l'icturfrs,Loth cheap .and first-
- 1 rate,- .. ... .
Bring your dimvs to SMITH'S Gallery, (yen ooa'f
have to wait). ' . . t
Ho fears no eo:n petition from one or the other,
But looks imiii c.u li aa a friend and brother;
He cares aot for show, 1.01- pulliug, nor blowing,
iVfK;k s.irees, in- -auiinou, iMsuredly .wing
That be makes th trade, who gives most for ths
ca-.li ; .
The people care nothing about any firand splash.
Now, all who want Pictures, large oies or small.
Should, wil bout more delay, ou Mr. Smith call;
The Court Hoiin , j..u know, just o'er the way,
Examine bis Pictures we kuow wiat you'll say
The liest iu the city, a ml cannot be beat
lu liuisb or pi ice and by way of at rout,
To La.li.-s and Kamiliim he lessens lis pay
Come alor.g.-f'ri.'iids, dou't ueglect ila day.
s.-pliv-jii
mm-Rs. wij-8I,o w, jijv :jb XM'ebm-
v far. eHced Anreaiid female I'hyici-su, uresents
tothe attentioli of mother, her '.. i
SIKI'IUINIJ eiRL'l . . '
for Children Tectbtarr, which greatly facilitate the 7
process of Ti'ethiugr-by softening th gums, red 11- f
cing all iunauiniatioii will allay all pain and V
kpibinwlic action, and is SURE T( REGULATE f
THE BOAV ELS. Depend upon it, tothers, it will '
give rest to yourrtelf, and
KKLlRf f. SO HKAIXH TO YOCBIX J-ASTS,
We have put up and I sold this slide for over '
tin j-eiirs, and can Say, .in confid'C and trut!
of it, what wo have uev Jor been aUetosay ole
otlier mediciue never has it faihd In a aj a s
Instance, to effect a euro ?when tiin.ty'tsel
er did we know an in stance of iu1mf
by any one who usetl it.Snthe contrfr '
delighted with its cpnra- kjtions, and spef t)' -Hliriiwt3
of.liighest c.nmiundaiitiou of.it )0p all ho)res oj
feels and luedit trl t irtut s. & We speiik in t, ,, 1 ton,
f what we do know.," n('(trteii years' ey,.r -vrl... r
rrtid- plerl-;i-'.nir ' rcpiitat(ofi for tbe Hi, ,otrl..s of it,
.what 'lien -doiare...lu almost evei, wbi.l
where the ii.f tnt Iw snf- ferliig frm varaiu c7alinr
hau-rtion. n-Iief will befotind Ini5 ortuinutes cii"!
nftor the Syrup is ndnrin t-i-iterd. tend
J tns vanuti.ie preiiaractlon is rne pnrliilion
of one of thc thii't experienced tid s kl f u 1
rong
V
tarsus nr Zvjjw fcj.gia'nJ, iml Jia btien rn with
Huvvr failing sucocss in tjihousandsof csa
It not. only relieves f;iiechild frolu m, but
invigorates tlie stomach "J iu.l bowels,corie acid
ity, anil givi-i tone iiud vmorgy to the V. sys
tem. , It vill almost ia stautiy relie?-a iping
iu I lie Bowel aud Vjnd(k-lic, bud ovrco con
vulsions, which if not .-.peedily remeilin end
iu death. We believe it tsthe best and sure-eiu-edyinfhe
world, in allerases of Dys.iitcaud
Uiarrhe in tliildren. 'Swhether it ria.-rom
teetbinr ot" from ' any other caus yWemld
say to every mother who I has a child s u ff i u g
from anj-one of the foregoing complaints, .not
let yoar urejudioes.. nor ths prejudices of ors.
.staud between your sullering child and'thellef
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-: that will be tun , -absolutely enre -tolow
j the use of this merticlno if timely lifted.
1 ' Full directions for using will accompatijicli
' bottle. None Pennine niihss the fac-siir. of
CURTIS PERKINS, New York, fn on t'a-ut-'
side wrapper. - c . . .
; Sold by Drngjrisrstiirongliout the world, ili
I cipal utlice, No. 13 GVdiir street, New Yorlr.
1. .Friee 25cts. a bottle. . ' jaul3-dr- V"
r, A KELLER. i WHITE, A-ients, Eva-isvilkud.
J illliKMES MtJBCO'CKiMeOBBB
' i J and Dealer in Coach and Seldlcry Harare,
' Mala street, nunc Water. , 4 .,
, -. 1 v.t - . . '1 3 i: 1 i t Havinfo-" '
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C?'.',,Vf V - y for iadniement that
L5JC. . cannot fail to'je to
- fZli TTTrA -the in torost of 1 ou-
WSrKi '- r f X '"-:?,a iu tuo V(air''
'f J e-J ' ' to give me a tr.
I name in part: axled, springs made of tlbes
steel; bands, enameled and of nil kinds of ther
.-'cloths, Hnines for carriages, varnishes, castrs of
all kinds, saddle trees, English bridle leatheibits.
' stirrups.spurs, hanies, hue silver names: alt
kinds, Jenny Lind Gig Trees, solf-adjiiBtinrade,
5 Taylor's patent humee, fly nets, shoe jJireadsorse
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uiaiiaeo,, jm.j..u vii.u - ....... ........ . v--u - - -
ml 11,-in Webs, both cotton and worsted: iiclcu
Welt Skins, a suiasrior article; ivory, gutta .rcha
aud brass lined martengal rings; superior rseys
for horse coveis, the best quality of carriageolts,
patent gig trees, Ac., Ac.
1 keep in fact everything appertaining toither
branch of the business, and uuderstaudinboth
Branches thoroughly, w weuM Tespectfullyuvite
your attention before purchasing elsewhere.
I am also ageut for Ward's Patent Springddle,
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