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4j UUUUU ILt-E. INO. FRIDAY ....MARCH 30 ( Opposition State Ticket. : i FOR GOVSRKOIt, HEXRY S. LANE, of Montgomery. FOB L1KCTEKAKT GOVERNOR, OLIVER P. MORTON, of Wayne. FOR SECBJETAKY OF 8TATB, WILLIAM A. PEELLE, of Rtuidolpb. FOR TR fciBCREB OF STATU, JONATHAN S.HARVEY, of Clarke. FOR ACD1T0R OF STATE, ALBFRT LANGE, ot Vigo. F JR ATTORSEY OESKRAL, JAMES. G. JONES, of Vanderburgh. FOR -REPORTKR OF 8CPBKMB COURT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Mar.on. TOR CLEHX OF SUPREME COURT, JOHN P. JONES, of Lagrange. . . FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, MILES J. FLETCHER, of Putnam. ' , - ! Bate on the WBter Ileet"re. If Edward Bates will be acceptable tr, the people t the Western ueserve, ue yfui ue to extreme free soilers everywhere The great fear has leeu that these people might bolt hia nomination. We do not beitte they will. We notice that a correspondent of the St. Louis Democrat, writing from the Reserve, ayl that he has traveled over the greater part of that section, and finds that Judge Bates is the choice of a large portion of the voters. The correspondent further says : At a club meeting of the Republicans of Cleveland last week, there were several speeches made in favor of Edward Batej upon the grounds of his conservative princi ples, staunch and upright character, and non-corruption of demagoguei?Tn. His letter, answering the interrogations of the Missouri delegates to the Chicago Convention, spreads liko wild-fire, and i " takes superbly." Many of the " rankest 1 Abolitionists" are becoming conservative, and throw up their hats for Judge Bates, since the publicity of his letter; it is doing a fine work in the Northern States. " We have just been talking with an old settler of Lorain county, who lives within a few miles of Oberlln, tho hot-bed of . Abo litionism. He is Intimately acquainted with public sentiment np there, and says that if I Mr. Bates should be nominated at Chicago, he will be supported by the Republicans of the Reserve. He does not think that any of the abolitionists, except perhaps a few of the Garrisonian lunatics, would think of running a third ticket. He thinks Judge Bates would bring out the full Fremont vote, If not more, in Northern Ohio. , The people up there are really moderating their extreme notions of late. Varieties Santa Anna is said to be secretly operat- ..ng with the church party in .Mexico against 'Juarez. Thk Trenton Democrat snys that New -Jersey can, he triumphantly carried for Bates. i; There were live hundred and seventy convicts in the State prison at JeiTersonville on the 24th. Mr. Hicks, late of the Salem Times,, hus taken charge of the Corydon Argus, an Op position paper. There is a Republican paper published at Milwaukee called tho l'Thc Irrepressible Conflict." 1 1 advocates the nomination of William H. Seward for the Presidency. Judge Duvinguard. of Louisiana, has ecided in the case of a man who run oil ree blacks and sold them for slaves, that Here is no statute making the act a crime. Washington's birthday was celebrated ar the first time in San Domingo, and the itv rendered gay by the display of flags nd the firing of guns. The Court Journal says th:it there is not he slightest foundation for the announce-' ' lent, copied from the Dutch papers, or the pproaching luarrhige of the Prince of range with an illustrious British Princes. A number of New York merchants have resented to the Central Presbyterian Church t ' f Atlanta, which has just been dedicated, a ne organ, of beautiful finish, with two wi of keys, and 18 stop3. It is a beautiful custom in some oriental " ladi, to leare untouched the fruits that are jaken from the trees by llie wind, these be g regarded as sacred to the poor and the ranger. They have thirty hotels in Chicago, hose rates range from one to two dollars er day, and the Pres and Tribune says, iev not advance upon their rates du ng Convention week. The Ohio and Mississippi Railroad is now jing a fine business. Annually this road yi become more popular until Jit will be, hat it was"" designed, the great thorough re between the East and West. Via nnet Gaz. . i The town of Schiedam, in Holland, has population of about twelve thousand Eve jidred, a large portion of whom are en ged in the herring Gshery. The niaiiufuc e of gin, for which it is particularly not- gives employment to over two hundred J (tilleries. -i I"hb Vernon Banner states that gold has m discovered on Graham Creek, Jer.- g county, Indiana, on a farm known as Stott farm, but now owned by a .Mr. al. It appears in quartz rock, and has n sent to the city, and proved to le of an ellent quality. , j&xtra Wood Chopping. We learn that t men, on the farm of Mr. Bounds, one e east of Niima, Parke county, recently ule a wager on the amount of wood each Ud cut, and, on the day of the contest, - I - cut and piled up seven cords, and the 1 r cut and put up five cords! They fc-d out their timber. T. H. Journal. ROGRKsa of Liberty in Europe. Dr. Jriel Reisser has lately been chosen the f Magistrate of the free city of Ham- V. The siguiiicance of this election lies ' Se fact that Dr. Reisser is a Jew, and ' w ten years ago a Jew in Hamburg was ,even eligible to the office of Night Con ; srle. :i chak United states Senate has passed the v:n ...iLnrivlnir npusniiiwr nublish- W Will AUiuuiiw'ij I 1 .f r,.,f mc - n an aruenuiueiii. inoviuini; .p "'"-j delivered in bilge Cities Shall only "I....,! Ann rant in;te:lil of two HS Ht ! ' w-nt. nice for the spriiiz will d,t well lo call inl take a !' js CbHrlcston Mercury says tlmt tin- i the fascinaiing i tti ; s. siipp.s But- rf,JB u"" . ri, ; ton Gaiters, x.uishe, (..rwiWmr; aw Kid and lieiMina rice crop is a very large and full j,,.,. H,t Htl ; auWiiw-for less money '"' Tbe whole present Boutheru crop has , than ,ou ever Wugbt them itor. i hiidren rieen CSteeded, either to nuaotitv or I of everr Myh and c dor f.be .l I lor Hiteen . -M 4 .. . .i l . . -. . 1.. tl, t' days al tweulv i-r cent, lower th ill any bouse iu ' y. Uut this .lots not Itupljr tht ru; j tHt.,ty: ComJ, , , r e : I waM m.inev posiitie cheap, for throughout all the e;lSt4 uu uf it. i,ine n.l buy shoes while bargains rTM1iuli U the raoific, the crop U a full- : ) : shall bear hum me again '" .i! The Ueliciency in the M.pplr is calcn- j " f- J(IIS KASt, u,MAO he OUO-thirJ. I mr21 Evansville, Ind. To ' " ' 1" ' ' : fiti H The OH Excitement good authority, very brilliant new- ruiu the iU regions of -oil,rtr.11" What iskntfwn b the' Crosby wc 1 yields I hnndred barrels of oil lrOIU unveil iv . ..- .u. ..... ,i.thn McC intocK wen , fefe' ,r--Vnanffo, . twenty-live barrels. , 2ul 1 Evans, of Franklin, has STOO,000 for his well, and has .U.o refused to rent it tor 500, There are about -00 " sties of proves,, and iu 90 ,lys there will ; be 1,000 wen. . !...,,. Previous to the discovery or the l-iosr-' well, the excitement was excessive, bu ... . y IbuflU description. It is pervadi- - now f cla of men, merchants, mauut- -'S every i ,-hanics, physicians, lawyer- -cturers, u,e i it has even invaded ther a"Llt ,S- 6i" a law vw or mercha u P'1- , . hcre . not not more or j-q v ait x tnuiwiu n uu is ness. The t concerned in me oil oiisi riuers particularly have be- ! come almc t infiituated, and are mortgaging ! their f .onth, to be invested in oil wells. The tritely tii nr-r. ... T . . .1 . r: 1 1 ,. 1 notels are crowded- flowing, and vehicles of every sort, private and public, nrc in constant demand, though still the wants of the travelers are not 8iij uiied. . The IIkro of tite Fight' ix the Gulf of Mixico. The Philadelphia J'ress, noticing the news from the Gulf, SAys: Capt. Thomas Turner, of the United States sloop of war Saratoga, a citizen of 1'ennsyl- vaaia (hi9 family now residing in Philadel- phia.) led in the attack on the Corsairs. He is one of the last men to ac t without or- ders or without full reflection and ample provocation. He is, although attached to a warlike branch of the public pervice, in every sense of the word, a Christian gentle- man, an active and conscientious member of the Episcopal charcb, aDd a; man of the Btrietpat. mnralitv rf ilprwirtrapnt Vnnffifcr in the navy is more thoroughly versed in maritime law, or more tummar witu cur rent events. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TTSVSIC:PHOM'. It. Ml nvjvr, tux VU popular builder of Melodeon, is opening a factory for making Melodeuns and Church Organs in EviiiiKvill. All who want this kind of inalru meutscaa he supplied e.t greatly fedm-ed prices. Orders for repairs or instruments left at lJobel! & Counton's-llook Store. mar27-lvd 't.6vukkTMnrjjv:ia Hjv'ui - Jsf rels and sacks, always ou hand mid for pule by mari J. P. ELLIOTT. qgmUHHIHH JOTJTWH.Z KJH. J lets Tiuk Kyes, 50 bhls Keshan nocks, primo article, in store and for sale hy F. SHAKPE A CO., So. 130 Main si. grjoi JtToWs'. ioo H'vtstijnJi nut . -EL neck, IiO bush Pinkeyes, for sale at lowest uiarUct rates by J. P. ELLIOTT. ujt jv, co a.1', .v cu v she it feed on hand, and deliverer1 in any part of the citv- for sale by .1 . P. ELLIOTT. f .n ?, It o o it s, sJ S I, S r U'K mLJ have Just received n frenh supply ot White and Grey Lime, floor, Sjvsb, 4c, (ul all siz. s. ) tu-rii - GEO. I-OSTEU A CO. 'jn'iitfjiM ttr Jl . ."ill bids i'lHst-i I'ariH, ti ' Winn- Mind, Miel (suiiul ! fir flnri'.ner.!.) .liMt received -r Mwinr Arylv, ami fur mile lv l:ml 21 OKu. KOSTEU CO. " .it bales exlra heavy atsliela. on handleH double Guiinics. Keci ivcd and for saie bv GEO. FOSTER & Cu , ninr24 . Cor. Looost street and I 'anal. 'rniMi'a'!'. thj! tmjj .'-cuoicjb tJtt- Ml ., imrial, Yitung Hyson, l.unitovider and Oolong Tea, just received direct from New Yolk, at No. h7 Alain tilret, opposite the I'-.urt house. nitiK!) " ' i ; JAS. L.SPALDING. jfTii jTii T tiX TtiZi m i j- mc m o n KS sale at No. 87 Main ttreet, opposite Court house. mar-21 J.VS. L. SPALDINU. ft it o tch ti.vi'i i'.j iJjiruZiTtr. ticle, just received at No. 87 Main St., opi awite Court bouse. iiiai'21 JAH. L. SPALDING. OTtfOKS! l'OTJITOH MS 5 O O bnslirtls of Prime Northern Potatoes. Ne- sh.ini.ck. Pink eyes, c, Jf Part in store and part tout rive for sale by YICKEI1Y BiinS., Iiiar2l f2 Main tutd 8 Water st. " IB vsr HKt jirTirMi ti7t' u vjrrj'it " Saws, ChiM'ls, Garden tilieara and Nipjiers, I'rulliiijt Chisel and Saw ixtmbined, and ail articles necessary for G.irdetMTs' ui8.nt :' t. V. t?IIAKPE . COTl. Nn.l:Ki Main st. Vv i'.vri t"ttJti-nA--f.ilTillsitTirn- S and Shouldrr-t, just received and fir s.il bv nir21 J. P. El.l.lini 3 HOLLINGSW 0RTH & BR0. j fj 'A' Jl'ST RKfFI ft: It A LA HOE MM and ntm Iniportitioii of CKOi'KKKY-WAKK, i GLASSWAKE, 11 !NA. Jtc, ou First street. Ev- : -.nsville. - oct.l j T1Jt H It fiJS' ' M K Ji It .' 44jI ti It f .V SEEDS boxes Garden Sf eds nssorted Kisley's, Parker's, and Shaker. ' Warranted new. j For stile low wholesale or retail, at j marSl ; . . VICKEUY BROS. fjojii; ttri ti vii i'Jjui 1. n .. ! K9 .111 boxes, assorted. A great variety of each article in store and for g;ite bv j mai-21 : VlCKERY' BROS. SURVEYOR'S NOTICE I nf I.I. PKMHOJS'K Oll -VVyVW OB wV- ; 6 m. ter-steil iu lands atljoinitig the following ; dex ril eil tract, are hereby notified that on the !7th of April. ISihi the County Surveyor of Yan- ; diirbnrxh county will rnu the lines anil perpetuate t tlis vurui'r of I" acres of the north end of the ' west half of the ttiJi th west quarter of section 4, ! town 0, south of rangell went ; and also oflS acres j of the south end of said till acre-i. ; mar2.'t tttprl7 BL'DOLPH KKIIR. j 3703Fg. asft A X iTI. I '7T IIJRK l f ' ORTI'.'IT I OE GO- jf INO INTO TII K GKOCEF:Y BCsINESs. Wishing to establish m branch of our business in the i iteiior for tlie purK8e of doing a shipping protlnco biisiiirsa. we utft-r or sale on easy terms, ' the stoi:k of GiiUCEIflESand STOKE F1XTI KK. now owned by us at No. tf Water street. j The business has been established about b.ur ; mouths. Aoy man of ordinary enterprise can do ; a good payinc busi'iees fi-wm tlie itiiy of (air- chase. Slock aiatiit 5 j',""" can be H'diKed. n ,!. i sired, to 1.2'HI or Sl.o' . ' For pai (ienlars apply to Vrt'KEP.Y RKH... i mai2l No. H2 Main st , or S Water st. JT JIRIt OIL.-THE OI.liltEI.IJHI.K ' MM artit Is that tinu't exithtile, tor sale at i TICK EltY Illi.S., lUar'l Mahi st end 8 Water St. 'HIE WOlUirSFAIR FOR 18C0. AT K. S SKCON l STUEET x.viaiVhi r.v.f .vw M,t, W the best variety of !,ilii Sli.sses', Youths'. Boj and children s Shoes ever ottered totheciti. y.ens of Evsusviile l.adiek wtshiior stiuiethini' MISCELLANEOUS. Babcock & HARDWARE DEALERS, i'E HKMOVKI) TO vOR. MAIN tV WATER STS.1 ani mow offer roi; sai.k V Lame and well Assorlrd Slock ! FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWA R E A N 0 CUTLERY. wnirii, FOR EXTENT AND VARIETY, ! ,,. ' ! J J g U H P A. S S I ' D ' j " ' ' A I j i CIXY & COXTNTltY TRADE j ' HVPPI.H'.H O.V THK MOST FAVORABLE TERMS. BAEC OCK & CO. Cor. Main & Water sts. mmis ty jb o o n s, Appleton's New Aniorii.-au Eiicyclopcflia,vol S; Itriiton s lNitiites in Congress, vol. FirKtQitatrel i;i Marrifd Life; Footfalls on the Boundaries of Another World new supply : Lucy Oro! ton. liy author of Iays of my Life ; Mr Itoh an's Ghost; - The Marble Faun. Hawthorne's new book ; S,.f-liclp. By Smiles ; A Life Strng'.-le. Mist Punloe's new liook ; The Fate of . rJol.'ii Franklin liiscovered ; The Haunted Homestead. l!y Sirs, houth worth ; A lot of tiitndav School Hooks, Ac. Iiiat.il At DOBELL fe CO N Y NO TO N'!?. qtkj irA'if ou tiToY.iijjijitik jl roau colored Horse, about six years old, on Friday night, the liith inst., from the Grocery Store of T. lieilmon 1. :iu. 1 - i'osey lilo k, Main street, Evansville, ind. The horse is ligiitly made, and has a very tender UMutl:. lla 1 a Iratiier lial- terou when he Ictt. Auv person giving information whero he may bo i found, or bringing him to me, will lie liberally re- i wardeil. i . r.Kiuin l. New Firm! New Goods! Old Hands!! K$ rft:oiviii a laru:r stcwU. f Spriii-i nrl Sunum-r Vry ;k1h, to whii h tli.-y call the htteiitton of tlie public, auil wliicli, with incriipfni tHiiiaii fr ii ing; "livMp, 1 "HV I'f,'pr'l fffpr tit low iiricf; for c;ih. M'llArhhK & M'SSIN;." Sticocsh'i h t S. Knihioli A Co., nmr2" 49 Main utrwt It. II VTtUI.VSOJ', IIHvXTIST, .mJr having rciiioved frntu his old rooms. Main Street, opposite the Court ll.'ii e, to the corner of Main and Second sts., over Thompson's Drugstore, and having increased his faciiitji-s for doing all kinds of Deutal work, he is now prepared to supply the demand. He is still making those lieaittiful Gold plates with Gum teeth, which are pieferrcd ly i so many, and winch, lor strength and purity, can- not lie surpassed. Also, tiie new styles of win k, tho ' ontiuuous Gum, whieii is very ben'tifui; the m j 1st, which U tuiierior to vulcanite ; also, i-heophis- ti ami sil.er plates. He has been using f.-r 2 years, ' t lie electric process for extracting teeih without pain, an 1 in thi maiority of en-es. witli entire V siwcess, in hnmireds of p.r-Ni:s mili ter-tify. Parents may insuie health and b-auty t their children by . havintl tlioe iiMresinjr ri ,-iilat it ie ,f 1 be leerh corrected I'V the dent isi. Tlie lilnt "X t romely ir , regll'ar le-th call be eo?i cl-.l. Tin. pri. e o! itea- lislry have Ikm-u in the lust tear yea- so very les- sonable that all may now enjuv tiie U-ietits of the siticuce. Dr. F. tiUTCill NSUN, Demist Cor. Main and Secoud fcls., Evansville, lad. mai"2i'lm .1. Itr.AI.V. o. w. WAKKKX. CO-PARTNERSHIP. ! riSIHMi VJS'llKUSttJ.X'EII II. I V 1 3 assis'iaied together iii tiie Ihsik. Stationary and ftlusic bitiiii(r.s, reH'Ctful!y announce to the liilltlic that they have on hand a large and well selected st.s:k ot'BiHiKS, s TATION EltY. PIANOS and Ml'SliAL INSTUITMESTi of all kinds SHEET MIS1C and t N ! I It I C l l US tor Piano, Guitar, Violin, Flute, Aecordeou, Ac. .Ms.,, a large and fine assortment of VIOLIN, GI'ITAI!, YfO- LINCKI.I.O, ami PIANl STKINGS, and every thing usually Uvpt either in I'ook (tr .Music stores. mar'2i HKALV WARISEX. Dissolution ot" Co-Partnersliip. ran he co-pjrt.'sekshii' ii ku li st tofnre existing betweeu Sam'l Embich and Ben. Schapker, under the st le and firm t f S. Em bich t- Co., was dissolved ou the inn of Feb. by the death of Sam'l Embich. . N. B I am very thankful to my friends, custom ers, and the public generally for their liberal pat ronage extended to lue during tuv connection with S. Embich. BUN". .Si'UAPKKK. CO.PAnT.EHSUlP BiOTIfE. KJ E li .Vl J O IIJ- U. BUSSING having assis-ialetl themselves to gether, will continue the Dry Goods business of the late firm of S. Embicli 3t Co.. at the same place I No. 4:1 Main street), under the stylo and firm of SCIIAPKEli A Bl'SSlNG. His. Schai-kcr, of I lie latetirm of S Embich .feCw. John W. Bussi.xu, formerly with S. Embich d Co. man i .IT HXS .I.VIt J t: it'll I, R t'. We are selling ..trhe, Jewrlrr, if-c, at extraordinary low prices, preparatory to laving in a new stock. BITTKOLFF BliOS., marlii 4!f Main strt. t. W JSTE II. aiTifE ttO' Ww to attend a Grocery and drive an express wagon. Must know how to write a tair hand, ami come well recommended. Appiy at No. I.'i2, Ptsi'y Bha-k, Main street. limrlii-tf T OJ' S H .1 T : .1 T Eti E It J VHT the thing for cattle just received ami con stantly for sale at J. P. ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GliOCEKY'. SOOOi I. It a. ti II W V M. It E it , ltHK) lbs Hams,. Km lbs I.urd a prime article for sale cheap at HiarU ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GBOCEI'V. a' Eft. t-OSTEU If l', Corner Locust st. and Canal, have on hand n lull supply of Mess Pi rk iu bbis. and half I bli.. Mess oitliiiai'y do ttiimp Pork, Bulk and Bacon Sides, Hams, StiiMildeis, Lard iu kestt"-bbis. Which they olfer on favor.ihif terms in lots to finit purchasers marl 4 QKK II OjI T.- 30O It US II, I' R l.n H 3 Canatla fais, iu-f received, anil for sale bj ( HAS. Mc.IOHNSTi'N, marl l Posey's tthn-k, M-in si. LK ATllEll " H'KlTlXtiT fE '' s I'. I Tt:.T STR H T I' HE II HM Cemented and Itit-etetl Leather Belting also . Lace Leather, ltivets and burs, Bivet Sets and llt-Hilel'S, I'llltcheis nlltl I'liltini: flyers. A lull stock nlsuvs t-ii baud at htwf factory prices. HAULS BABCOCK, iimry -' S, Maiu sliooi. I XL 23 ISO. 3 Sj Xji hiscellaHeoos. CH A3. B. KIEHAUi. r LVIS BECKJIAN: l . i FIUM OF , , ' NIKHATJS &, BECKMAN.- " PiEW STOVE AND TIN STORE. an. I Slit-vt V:tres, So. V, atrevt', Iwlwrn I Mnin ami Ln,(, Kumsvilln, Imi. The umU rsinta hiiv.t ci'ustawtlv n h.iinl . full ! jrti'Hi if. 8f .wvt wi-qr- ri-t v ml inuern. ut l..est l.ri-.., jirnl ting Tc.-.v i.. "ii.l. rm Hii-ir frii-nJH ami I In- jiililio s"'T-t!lv. tiiat lhj liavu.. . I Ud Ut -i i.l ntfiimt Ksrorrment "f Tin "Whi p (., " ofl.ivil, n.l line roiintiiutlv on hand a full nwnrl..1 I'li'I't f Drns.'isii't I una, Ai J-c. , . . , Tli.w mtom wtKhttij; viork in their lltir- are' t,-s-i tl'uly j-jxe thiii Bi-jill .-r.re .r- ' i-liasiti;; .'isivlu'i ,, as by rompt attention lf II- ir j 1 nsn.f-s uml a I Loniiili kni Uilne ot i lit h- -!-, ' !! lu fciv., ki-iktii! .Hjitistiictioti. MEIIALS .V BKCK.MAS. t OPPEJt AD JOB WORK. Sli-juiUmt. Distillery, anil Krvwrry W'urk; .Srwum Pi!, !vla FounlaiiiH, I'mnpg, aoI freni-ral Coi'r mnitliiii g Had fchet't Iron Work, mailoand repaired, Mf il Hootiufr, (iiitturiiiK, Jfe. W,wi- icyriuulf.l fier perfect utilactio, ot t!,e l.trnf price. ' ' ' tuitr7--ti.nl JiHt received unl now iiitniiii?. anle- KUiit stock of Roods suitaliic lor the spring Trail : 20 caes liiiicy prinlrt; lo ' tlt-niniii h Munched niuliiiti; 1 j 44 law n&; j 2 (hallieg; , i 10 cuttonaje; 4 . " apron checks; ID bales shirting stripes; 30 " sheeting; i Ami a frreat variety of notions of all kinds, all or ! j hi.-h wo are selling below C'inciun ti pi ioes, ns ; e are deteriniued to draw the good trade to tfaiiH- ' vine. Ltiue ana exanituo tor youmelves at maro J. II. til KG 11 KR & CO.'S, Firat St. ! XM J ZTIfji JLJEJITilifK I jH'V Store or Thomas Kerth has been removed ! from No. 7 (Fleming's old stand), to 75 Main fct., opposite Washington Hotel, where he keeps a luH i tiiipply of LKAT1IKK AND FINDISUS. He keeps r on luind every variety and sells cheap for cash, j I'hii.ip Duksner, Fleming's old salesman, is I witli me, and will be ou hand to wait on our old friend and all the new customers who may call on us. He will do justice to all. - mar-i lmd THOMAS KERTH. MBjm" Ji Ji JLt M JV i .VJ. WW 190 kens assorted sizes, inst received and for salo by CILAS. MclOHN'STOfJ, marl Posey's Block, Main street. rwn O M , JS T Jl K T M V M. Mi B tt- In great variety, at the lowest Drice. at the New Drug Store of leb'Zi N. S. TnOMPSOX. TfUST HMiVMitVMMtJt aj'M.HJVJJMtt QJ stock of fresh and pure garden seeds, of every variety, nt F. SHAKPE t CO.'S removal! WM. St. Dl. NCAV ...E. A. OiXIK E. .7T. .TI. IltJVVJJV VHH' M7K- ipecthilly intorms the public that ho has removed from his old stand on Water street, to the building formerly occupied by Archer & Macfcoy, No. 5, Main street, luid has made a change in his firm, the ktyle of which will hereafter Lo Luaican & Cooke. ( We will keep constantly on hand a iarf.e and well selected stock of foreign and domestic dry goods, which we will sell at reasonable and uni lorm prices. Hoping to have a continuance of the patronage of the old house, anil to merit a large accession of new customers, wo remain Yeurs, respectfully, feb24 lni DUNCAN k COOK K. B 0 TA SI CA L I'll YSICIA X. DR. WM. COURTNEY, OMce cor. 'Iattt (f It rut ttrrtlt, EVAJiSYILLK, IND. Wlt. f. IIJI S I'JHt.llvljyMtJVTIj i Ij t- sT'caled in this city and can be found at his of fice at all hours (liotii day aud night), except when professional ly engsgeil. Kspn i il attention given to all chronic dis eases. Cancers cured, (warranted). teb2 I'md i ls rTIie Ficon om rsrviia stove jium tjkejv the JL first premiums at every Fair whero it has been exhibited. At the South-Western Indiana District Fair, held bore Octola-r, 18.19, theie were but two premiums offered for rooking stores one tor the bet woo couking stove, and one tor the be-"t coal cooking stove. The Economist took the FlliST PliKMICM FOB THE BEST .OOKING STOVE FOU WOlD. K's-lker, Kinsman dc Co took tho first premium for their rooking stove for coal. Noother premiums were ottered. The large -ilver m- da! wa iiwi 'ded to the Kcouoiiiit at the New York stale Fi.ir ; sioi the fn-t pieuiiitui at tbv ITiiit,! Siaier, Fair held at Chi-iii. and twelve other State :n.l I'lioiity Kails iu 1-S.1H. In no loan. li of lliei ii il.iral nit hai there b.en a more itppaieut ailance tltsu in ti.e lunu ilacture ol sii.v.e. Il i- ton a lew yeais siuce the lery name ws a novelty, lepre.-.-nt iiin a h'lgv, sloip--is si rnct in i-, almost a-i di vol.1 i.f use as iruaiiieiit , These haxc giadnally gitt-n place to patterns ul grace and iitiiily; until tiie varieties our markets uow preseut have .)uu,t exhausted Ihe v,s.ahulaiy of Haloes, and tlie dinen-ut phases the nielal is made to assume, would astonish old Yul yiii tiiui-elf. In style and linish, the improve ment has been rtal, leaving nothing lo bo dciied ou that point, but tiie seere competition in price, to which they hive beeu subjected, has deprived them of mauy nf I he more sultstantLiI ijimlities desirable. This seems more osss-i illy to have been the case in relereucn to rook stoves an article of I domestic economy that has more to do w ith scolding w ives anu rroLciie.y servants than most people im agine. The public have long sought an improve ment in this article, and we believe are ready topav any reasonable price fur a cooking stove, if it ouly possesses the merits of size, wt iglit, convenience, durability, economy, and perfection of maun fact lire. These qualified seem to la) possessed most fully in the Ecuu .mist a new stove, perfected and brought out the past season, by Messrs. Tread well, Ivrrv Jp Norton, uf Albany. We heard so much of tin's stove, and it looked so much like a stove intended lor use, thai we concluded to try tiiem.aud the result of ths experiment convinces ns that the proprietors, in their determination to make the . or in the imtrfif, have succeeded. We regard the I Economist as possessing ail the menu alaive euu I meratetl as ihe great stove of Ihe day far ia ad j vauce of ativlliing ever attempted iu the line of j stoVt s, perfect in all its appointments, and true to i its name in durability and the r.sc of fuel. Among the many couvetiii-u' is al 'ached to it, may be ineu I tinned a h.ige oeu, with hooks arranged, for sits- penuing meats while roasting. A copier water tank, bohliiiir Irom 12 to 2.1 gallons warming closet, broiling hearth, fc, Ac. The broiling hearth is ooeol the most noticeable features of this remarkable auivn. 'I here never has been, to our kno Uslge, any broiling lixtiiie that was really sat isfactory iu its operation. The proprietors of this stove have Isa n conducting a series of e.erimeuts upon broiling, eliciting some valuable facta, and re sulting iu tiie invention of a gridiron adapted to thisslove, which has been secured by letters patent, and is one of the most admirable things orthe kind we ever saw bi oiling without smoke, ami keeping the coals in a constant glow. We are always glad io no justice to mechanical nn lovemeiits, ami es pecially such as contribute so largely to the general as the one above mentioned. The Kcotiomist, whii h is commanding such a large sale, will be found o at SCANTL1N ,v STE- IIIENsf, Mam st., between Water ami First, Erau-viile, Ilia. marl, iPIiLNU TRADE. Jolm JS. "Dotex's, WW-!. tl- Mirt-stV, ami hi IJ ten's j:oors. shoes. AXD PITERS, '.ir)ilv Huitdtoi , Nt, .Mi West l"oirth street, ( iiu iiiuali, TIIE JT77i.VTie,V OF JBl dealt ri to the tact that he is now mauuiactur- irg, and keeps coiistanily iu baud a large stock of the uettest and cho'cest olj Its of Koods adapted lo tbe i-etfiiiix'nients of p'tpuiar trade ; th-' induce ments he oilels are l.tll.lll l,lt.lliS AT i.tW I KICKS, llatius been ei gnge.l m manufacturing first class good- lor over twenty years, he uow claims o havn ficiiitics tor matiiifactnring first class goods as cheap, if mil cheaper, t itau Iwistei-n m.iDtilactiires 11.- tt-els cuuiideiu ot his ability to otlerextra iutluceaielils tocii-sa buyers. His motto is a fair fieltl and no f.to:s. -"- 'all aud examine his u-ai, and v-.tn will be sure to buy. Mt Orders piomptlt illlL-iitie'l t.i. teoT-i-'JuiJ i b i4 e.f3 r Z ?.-jr:-jiSM-- MISCELLANEOUS. OF TUB CONDITION OF TnH ?Ti t n , IKHilC II SHI. I in? ;,lli.H!V. nv rnr YCIPt- u.i uir. riui i ,ir -"--iv.-iiii, n . if. 1S:, MA I'K TO THE ACDITOR !' Tii K . bl'TK (if iMHANA, I'l ttM AXT 1 TU TUB STATt'TH liK- . ' ' " 1 THAT STATK NAME AND LOCATION : -"rsMii; .v..Hi this e.nr.ij,f: I -M. is tin iiori: I NsT' 11 4M K I'ojipaw, J iirnrKirat--il in 1.-:. .ni( itrt:.td in thi- i-iiy f Nw V.iK. ! A I'l I A I., i.-V K Jl t LI.IUX li)1.I.At:S. 1 CHjiil;il , f i-.-ii.! i'.;iii:uiy l tn.illv 14 11 lip IU 'M-il i-J , -1.IKH1.I, (1 ,;(, Xli KH n'l Hie 1-1 tl:M 'I .i.itill.il V . " t i ; : . fi)l.i! iini..i:i.t i f. ital a.i.l nk : - 1; iii.-u- .1; Ainmliitot cash i:i I V tal Bank, N. Y Amount of ri;.li iu .,-'.imIs nf Agents, and in c.-urse if trauiui.ssio'i , , l..tl:i net ) ;.'"..." ,. Amount ot uniiii iiaiU rcd real estate, Vu. 4 Wail S;rct t.T.i'd o Amount of I'nited Stiit.s trtisiiry notes, market value IOL'211 Atuoltilt 51 issotiri !tate b'ds, ti percent., market value..; 111.!.--' Amount of North t'aroiiua bonds, 6 per cent., markei value..... Amount of Tennessee bonds, C per cent., market value . Amount of Brooklyn City '.i.i,:;u I , IMI water bonds, U per lent market value ... 10 ,'jr.il lP Amount ot bauktoeks, mar- i ket value j Amount of loans ou Loiuis and mortgages, being first lieu of record ou uuiiicuni bered real estate, worth at least Sl,Gyj,:$:u, and on which there is less than one year's interest due iiiel owing rate of iuteif-st 7 per cent .-. Si:u,i,o.; Amount of loans on stock and bonds, payable on de mand, the market value ; of lecnrilie pledged, 1s,i;'.iii Auiiiutit due fr:mi premiums on policies issued at ot!irn.. l.S7 ! Amount. of bills receivable for prcmiumit on inland navigation ri-ks, ,tc Interest actui'ly t!ue ai.il paid ll.is:l 41 2I,'.i2. : -j!,4.s,::ii:i LIABILITIES Amount r.f losses adjusted, and due and unpaid Amount of looses incurred and in process of adjust ment .. Amount of losses reported on which no action has beeu Note I7.C-S .",! taken ... 1.1,12 12 Amount of claims for losses resisted bv t lie Company . Amount of dividends declar ed, and due and unpaid... Amount of dividends, either ca-sl. ol scrip, declared but not yet due Amount of Money borrowed. Amount id' all oilier exiting clams against the Co.- ,. t oo None. None. None. None. Total amount of losses, cl iins, and liabilities t4J,.1S0 Iii , "Xie greatest emount insured on tiny o:ie risk is ! f:iO,(Km, but will not, as a gdhcttil rule, excied : jrio.utio. The Compsny has no general rule it to lite : amount allowed, to 1 insured iu any city, tow n, village, or block, being governed in 'this matter, in each case, by the general character of buildings, width of streets, facilities for purtiuc: out tir-s. .tc. No part of its capital or earnings is deposited in : any otner State asst-cority therein. An attested i:ojy of the Charter c- Act e!' ine.-r-poration accompanied this stiiicui'.uii. SPATE OF NEW YOJ4K, ) City and County oi" New ork. ' Charles J. Martin, I'l csi.lent. and .1. Moton Smitii, Secretary of the Home i nsm aoce C 'M.pati v, being severally swtrn, licpose and sa.v, and each I'm j himself says, that the I'oregtitiig is a imic, lull and I correct st ate men t of the ahairs ot the said Cot pirn- j tiill, and tilat th-. are ther.Uive tf-eeri leal tricc: s . i thereof. i i Signed! CIIA11LES.I. IVtAKTIN, Pres't. j (Signed) .1. M i I.TON SMITH, Sec v. Sv nscribt tl and sworn before me, Ihis 17i Ii iay of l e,, 1 January, A. I). ISC'. Witness my l.aaii 'SL'VL -I and ollicial seal. (Signed) BENJAMIN" BANK IN, Commissioner for Indiana, iu Noiv York, loiii'ioad- way, N. Y. AlloiiC. Hallock is the duly atithoi i;-.ed agent for this city, as p-r certificate oT autlmriiy lik-tl in the Csiuuty Cierk's iitlice. This Company insures aga.'rst lo or tiain;:e by lira to buildings, merchandise, liousel.olti turni tore, mid personal prowriy generally. AUo, against the pcriiB cf inlacd navigatittn, ut fair rates of premium. Alil.KiM:. UALMItk, Agent, Marblo Hail ihiiiiiinp, Idaiu sr., Evun.tvillc. filcl-tap2S. STEWART'S STOVE. H A it of tliew1 truly ftiji jiiKttv ot)eli:itetl. iiwlv t'lVr'fi. tf the uurivttk'J Stew-i Va r.-tlcnl, and at tlit on!y ntjei.cy in this rity. Tho. Srarttlhix, JTo. J9 Mala street, 1nhrten First and Seruml. Tii fitnt "pTvininm was uwurdtl to h'm St.fV" as th bt vo:i or wotl -txKif)2 HluVfr ftt tin Stuilli Hentwra Indiana. iJistriit Fair, luM a! tlii.spl.x-e No stvt fver tlevisfl cvm -inH as iiinii'riis i,v imjM-rtaiit ecrvii!iii: riiu-iwlf s this ut' ifwuit".. It trrtili, boils, liakH urn) roanti ut the Ham- hio luenl, without fiieIth iiiipartia ll ivi.r tn Miiotlinr, or proilia iiiix thai Kaii'ent-s of tn-stt iti iitiitrt and ;ravieH, which, to tho tlflhaie and JiWt iiliu of t;pt, makp4 no insii'hh) an ilitrtiou lo evrrv i her oKikintc stove now in usu. With nno-loiirth oi' th fnel einpltyel iu tho le.t of Mtuvo? now in iirte. iliM mott per ft ot and coiitpltdH cotl;iii Hi'pa ratus ieiiirnw, Nimnitanousty and more f-erk-ctiy t ha n has evr heiur l'eu utonitdibhetl, everv tiling I required iu the lest j.rovidfil fani'diV, ho fur ihi I cooking i-4 coiiiMi"!ied. Whn, too, h. is horne iti mind that tlie most d.-lira! t't iiialt'r -hti visit the J kitrhen when tiie Stewart Stitve is f d;y enijdoyetl, nd tho fire is at itat iieijilit, without the iiiiaf!.esr ; j unpleasant n.is.i from tlie r linnet? of teinpT:tnrc, j i s little is the heat from it dilfttM-d i-xte.rnaliv, an ' iiu'iu-oinent is jtiesf nt-d for its universal employ- j men?" never heit tnfore pre-entL-d in any other stow. ' Tht, indii'd, in one of its principal attnurtioiir, n well as its ireatet Wonder, how h at in h coono- i mie.1 uud uillused wi.ldrj the stove itself, nud so j little perceptildy esi-aieii iuto the k iloheii. a plat e where, with nny d the Ptoves now in twe, other j than Stewart's, ;t is scamdy possible fur any one, in warm weath more parti ula: ly, to Lrpaii- with comfort. Forityoars Mr. Stewart h:H he- 11 employed in perte'tin this Mo. e, and since last Kehruary, he hiohtained three new patentH fur improvements, which, in his opinion, and tint opinion of all who imve exami'icd it, made it iM-rftct. Within four eurs twenty thousand oi them have leen sold, under a full guarantee, ami not one has heen returned. ! i he-rte n mat kanle results have nitoldeued a host, 1 of stve maitutaciurei-s t imitat- the S"t4'wnit Stove, hut, Have in exterior appearance, which the old ; patents (having e.;ieu) ena.i-le them to jjive, the' 1 tto more re-aomhle iStewurl'n than chalk d tMcheese. Thes imitatioiiH are known by. various namen, Imt ; they are all deticieitt in various iiti;icHiHi?, bueli as the air-tiiiht ioe.- ly whicli full control Uk-jt I over the lire, aud ot the heat, bv a draft dampei ingeniously contrived, which also admits a con- , stant current of cold air on the outajde of tlie fire I box, w hich again becomes boated air, and, pasting ; into the oven, is made availald" !"r cO"king ut - ! poses. The agent aud subscriber is Imitation of the Stewart Stov .-eiving the Itest f allod " I'ride of; the West," which lie wiii 1st happy to di-pose of at tW'o-thirds ol the price of the ieiiuine Stewart's. It is possible, i if ctoilse, tv ctsik with it, but it lieal-s no res.-niblani'it to Stew t s. The '-.-lea.irt" i- sohl b the aneiit, under a full guarantee to pel form as re.'mmeudt-d, an.) if, w ithin three mtiitihs litoti p rcha.ing, any titult is lound with them, he will take tin in back ami refund tiie money. Housekeepers will Is-ar iu mihti. then, that the gt-iuiine Slettart Stove, Ismght nt the only agent's here, i,l, v.iili hall the labor and one tourth the itiei, ,io nure and hctt.-r cooi.in tliuu anv other siove ever coutrueteii. . ' THUS. SCAN I'l.IN, No. 2.1 Main stie.1. Sole agent for ths sale of the Sietrarl .it.tvt: in Southern ludiaua and Keulu. kv '3s.-.---J' IrLa: MISCELLANEOUS. .. CIT X-iji O, T S"; njHERH wgt.:: -t n trout. .1 rrkciiVri v Hall. J' in EVASSYILLE, on .ill 'KSOAV, tl.e ,.rn Knurgemeut. with a irutit .! S.ilJ Uvt. -. : t.r'in Iimi ftn-t 011 Main Ktrtr. I' O I- tn l.'-x t Mipt-t. 2!KI feet on Sixth street, lxo ie I on Fifth M reet, l'Kl feet ou Fourth street, Vc. i'lie, l ots are in close proximity !o the llailinad i'epiit, Va lh Erie t'lmn', I'lit Tf. Sin ol:. Ma n ,tn e ,,iad !io tihsi Kiver, and in the lery t;iai t a thriving an 1 wo' I settled poiiiou ol' H:i-rtty. 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The name of this Company is the Hartford Kir inmirniM-'e Company, aiui in luxated at, Hart tord, i.inuectU;it. CAPITAL. 2d. The amount n!' (Japital Stock is S"iOtl,IKitt 00 :;d. Tiie uniouut of Capital Stock paid up ftflu.rx) HO AS.SKTS. 4ih. Cash on hand and in B"k.$.lti,:i33 11 t'ash iu bauds of aicentB, or in course 1.1' transmission. .......Ii2,tjii8 S'J fash Itmnetl on call :m,iMti oii-Jilts, KH lliils re:eivable, bectire.i ity pcrsotuil and collateral security 7i,223 ftH Heal staf unincumbered, building and lor 11 f'eart st met, llartlord . lo.lMKt (si STOCK AMI IWKilS AS t'OI.LOWS, Vl! I PAR TAL. M'KT VAI.. "dl shares llartlord B'k stock ial.ltKI Jslif.'.liS.i tiilsharij, riiicuix B k stock 411,1 oil lott-tlnres t't. Itiv. lt'k'g t'o. stk ... .i.imi joo shares Kxchange llauk st-ock.. lnjKiii b"sl sbal-et iank of llartlord Co. batik stock 7, "SKI Jt sharps ( barter OaK li kst.s k. u'Osni 2o shares f'armctV Jc Mcchatiics' bank stock 'i2,(siti l.'tisharea Mcreautittt H'k 'Sttick.. 1 i,fKi 1;$2 shares Merchants' it Alauuiac- turers' liank sitsck l.'l'Sl ilia shares jl-itna ti'k stock l.issl li-tl shares City ilajik stts-k I3,6ui Inn shares American Kx bauge Lank block, N. Y "Ai.IXhi 'Jfl shaix-s liatilc of Commerce ii'k stock, N. X till,!) shares Importers' Xiatlers' ii.i.ik slock. N. V ;M,!;h i00 sliares flank id America bank Bttt'.-k, li. V Ijll.lllHI 2i 0 shares Manhattan Cu. Hank :7,2(i ,:) lo,insi 7,:i.'i0 irn.btn 2"i,.'.i0 1 .-.IH M i::,a:;.! ,02n 2 1, 1, lo 2(),(Ki.) 1)1,80(1 .'i.'i.Olii) o'.'i.'S.i II. boO lo,K2j III, Id id !l,2IIH lil,7(Si .1:!, wio IO." .11 ftl.liKI bi,.-,.,o 1.2! o I j i ! j ; ; ; i ! j i I stock I0,(sni JiJllshares Mere-hauls' llks'k, N.V. I.j.tKHI inn shares I niou tt'k stuck, J. V. tn.niii ai m shares Ocean K'k stock, N. V. Kl.iitKi I'Hl shares Jtank ol N Aluei icji I!U ,o.:k. N Y ln.issl 3'MI shares Metropolitan b'k slts k, N Y ftlO shares I'larksioiie b'k stia k, liostou 190 shanks itai.kol 1 'oiiiiueive sl'k, Mttston 100 shad's Granite bk stock, Hos . Ion :kj,Wsi p lrl lll.lthl ldshares Fulton, U k -ut ton 1(.K .-h.tr, lloteatld L.'.iii liostou lot) sliares Web.-ier b'k Bostttll l. It k. id ft t al stOCk, 1(1, 0 il.l iu.t;.jo Itl.lSSl !'k7.Ml III ,S) bi.tsu) 10. :!ui 11, 'iOfl M.lMI 20,200 20,1 !Kl 1 Hi shares National Ii'k -1. ; loii i 1110 .-hares Allauii. li k slocl, - ton-.... . Ion snares lately ui,d li k stuck lio.,tiiii , ld.iutl i Iifll shares ltoylstou lJauk stock j iiostou j lot) share bevt-i' ttuk slot k, lit Ki,im ton ;. 111,001 I Vi shares B'k of the Mate ot il is. i souri stca-k 2o,(ssl ' "Jl0 shares -Men hauls' Il k Slo, k j M. Louis -;i t, 1 tm j l'.M shares Connecticut tiiter Com- j pany stts-k 10,001) 2U shares Connecticut Kier K. K. I Comnauy 2,1-no HSI snares llartlord j: N Ilavon it j K Co stock l(i,is ; 2" Tetiueu.-t'e ISiattt lionds, i tier . . ; cents, payable I8!12 ..... 211,001: '1, i.KI 12.t.-,ij ' Ii.lw . 10,12o j 2' !,( j I'.li.CllO ' 2ilno Mule Bonds, 0 pur cunts. payable I3i.il '20 Miciiigan Mtulit bds, ti 41 cent's j.avaide lxilj 10 n-ioi:ri Slate Stuck, ti 11 lll,l!(St J'1.0k cMll, taivabltt ... lll.OOl 2", llartlord Cily bonds, 0 per els payanie lain 20 shares Statu Bank iscoiisiii sti.ck, Milwaukee 2,1-sxi 2,1 I'l Si;mi,s(mi Total assets tt;i LIAitlLlllhS.' 5 7211,4 t'i.lO.1 . Stii. o liabilities to bauOis, or oth due. Gill. No losses adjusted aud dtle. due -r lift t. Ltosses either nti"ldjustelri .. tl. ... U '1. I 1 . . .... lis Mb '.Itll ..Hill ..jiiatm .UU IIOl tllie, Losses in suspense wait ing further proof, in cluded in List answer abote loin. All other claims against the company, (dividends unpaid) 1 ,9s I Total amount of liabilities.... r;i;,:i:io s", lltli. 'i bis rule of the company is not to exceed tiil.tKKJ in any one risk.jnh oct lo Lisa l-y a single tire. 12th. Theumount insured iu a city or village de lends upou its sizt -generally all the desira ble risks to be had, suhject to the last rulo above named. Villi. The amount insured iu any t ne block of buildings, dojtcuds upou its itia and con struction, aubject to tlie rule aboiv refer- etl to. Hth. A cvrtim-d cpy of tlie Act of Incorporation ac-companies this siatement. 'iT.UUlliY C. ALbYN, Sts;y. STATE OF CONNKCTIClT, ) Hartford County, . JAM Akv Cth, ls ;o. I'ersoually appea-tsj T. C Atlrn, Secretary ol the Hartford Kile lusu.-auce Company, aud hiade oaih that the foregoing statement, by hi in subscribed. is a true, fill; aud correct statement of t he art.iii s of said Comtany, and exhibits, so tar a can 1st ivtct.rtained at this date, its actual eoudllitiu tin Ihe 1st day of Jauuarv, l.St-1. Betore me, til'O. S. Ul LSI AX, .lustice of the roucr. , Allen C. Ilallock is the dtily authorized Aent for this city, by certificate of authority froin'tbe Auditor ol State, filed iu the County I 'lock's office. Applications for insurance on merchandise, store houses, dwellings and Contents, will be attended io, aud policies issivtd at reasonable rates. A LuKX C. IIALI.IM'K, Agent, Msrt'ie Hall Buildiug, No. 't Main street, s'tsuv t,U,l::d. jauS"tp2 I i -F"i. fjftsfrO1 - BBBMESHRXaDRSil MISCELLANEOUS. GUARD AGAINST FIRE Br CHOICE INSURANCE WITU TIIK t - ytr'-'?. r 1 ft I-tf "( . v on u iiim.j:t' Tlt"il - ) $ WW 1 im-t -'r -n .,iW- . 'nttorjiortittd 1810 Charter rerpetual. CASU CAPITAL 81,500,000. Ar.SOi,i;TK AND I'VIMI'ATRKO. Net Surplus of $942,181.72, And the preniige of 40 years success Hint f-Terience. UPWARDS OP $14,000,000 (if losses tiave been paid by Ihe Aitna IliHiirslits . " Cotiipany in the past 40 years. Tint vhIiik of reliable Insurance will be Hpparutit from the follotviu LOSSES 1' AID BY T II E Al T X A IH'lttNO THK f ST I'IVS YEARS : luOhio ...fbil,2d.8i fn Wisconsin, IOii,'JM.07 In Keutiickv, 2i'l,!i:U'l Missouri r.M.alS.CH l-tt . Vimi. 10.:t! W.4H In Michigan, $15 ,04.1 f f u 1 lid isnit, ... 1 4i:. " in Illinois.... 44? .?;;. Tenuessw I7,M 21 ar.sa-s4Nob 1!I,S46.77 Pcnn's A- Va.. :!1 .$:'. si Ark. d On.... 2a.45.t1 Mississippi and Alabama,. ..i2f412.1a. Fire and Inland Navigation Kitks:iece.tevl at terms consistent with soi venen ata! tair protit. Epei:i? attention giien to Insurance of l)W 'ELLl SOH unit Voiiti-ntHj for term of I to 5 fetirs. 1 bo Koii'l scrvicn iong and successfully tried, and tiie m my advantages the .'Ktntt Insurance Com pany pitj-eise. :n in 1 ; ne. should not bit overlooked by iho,-.c ica.l, I i isaieand understanding their tact interests. During sl ringent times' the necessity Tor rtt lialde iicoirr'nir ta-coiues an imperative duty- .the ability l.d'' pr t ertv owners to sustain loss beih then laia ii 'iSM'i'i'if. Au-eio ii s iu all the principal cities and towns throughout the Slate. I'olit.hs issued without tie- lay, bv ai:v id' the dulv antuorbtei ' Agent ot" the Comj. in v. ". I)ir-lla t.s aiieloled fiuelil . to witli despatch and A. C. n.Ll (CK .f SON', A cents, M..el.lA ltititili.wr Aluln ' gf1tllUV KitOO.HS. -A-i II OA. UOOli vf-' (ii.,lily, for saic cheap. S. V.. G I Lf: biff A ('O., man (i. fiycamortrst. 2 1 1 S T n k I ii ii"E II. S II fE RIO It ? . ,- i i., . i- ,..n . I. ii,- ...., ly for t'ainii.v use, at No. a7 Main stteet, opposite theC tnrt lloitsv-. JAS. L. SI'ALDIfilJ. mari.ii w jy KT fO T.I toes a O H US II. .ve.ving at T. RKPMONO'd. It it II t;t A'- li HE EE K EAJSU? I ' M7 Braas I'm nices, (cheap,) fancy Curtmin Baudrf aii-l rin-i. 1'on very lew by utar ClIABLES 8. WELLS. 9JHt.I.! H -5 TOj'S SEM.E.''. AjJ .bit eotintrv Bran I ust received and for sala .f. I KI.I.fOTT'S KAM1LY GROCKRV. WHKKLKIL cV: WILSON'S i I I SEWING MACHINE, No. First Street, between Main and Iociist. gg:iS OEMfEH TO THE PUBLIC WV heeler ,F Wilson's Improved Sewing Ma chine at reduced prices, with increased confidence iu its merits as the last attd moot reliable family sewing machine now in use. It news equally well on the thickest or tiiinest fabrics; mv.kes the lock stilch impossible to unravel, with the osseutin! advantage d' being alike ou both side, forming no ridge or chain on the under side ; U Eimpl iu con struction, more hsedy in movement, and more durable' than any other machine. We give full in strHCtions to en-t.'-ht Ihe purchaser to sew ordinary seams, stitch, hem, fell, quilt, gather, bind, and tuck, all on the same machine, and warranted for three ysa--s. We also keep ou constantly iiand a full assortment of Sinei 's machines. Cireiilars containing testimonial of the aboTit machines, from persons ol' the highest standing Kst ami Wt st, ;;i . ing prices, Ac, w ill lie furnished grali:, .oi appiieal ion i u person or by letter. ! v Y. M. SKLLMAN. uy.vst.ow, .t. EXFEM I .V.ir-e col fema'e I'hysiciiu, prenaijl . i. ii oi moihers, her SIMlTHINi; fVKUP, t he Ittlei I 'l' i.'i-i' 'rt;i Y.-ihiioj, w liich greatly ticilitate) th protess ot'T-eihing, by softening the gums, redu cing all i iiM i in iti.it inn will allay all pain and spasino.lf.- .leu. oi, and is SUBK TO KEGCLAIK 'I Hi-; HOW Ki.S. Jiepend upou it, mothers, it will give rest to jtiiirseti, and RKI.II.K A NO HKALTH YO YOL'R INFANTS, W e hate put up. and I sold thin article for over b-i, i'oir.t, ami can say,, in confidence uud truth of it, w hat we have nev S.jr la-en able to say of atijr other inediciua never fclias it failed, ii a stngU in.-t nice, to ellect a cure Swhen timely used. NeT er tiid we know an in stance of dissatisfaction bv any one who Hsed il.titlie contrary, all are tlelc.'hted with its cpera-actions, and speak in term of highest coiuuiciida tion of its magical ef f cis and n.eilical virlin s. We sfieak in this matter 'what we do kuovv," itfNterten years' experience. : and pie.ize our reou ta i ion for t he fulfilment of ssj I what we here declare. lu almost every instance - w here the infant is siif- terintc from pain and li oi ii..n, relief will be l'otiiid iu 15 or 2t) minutes alter the Syrup is aduiiu fcistered. . This valii ih'c pu paraStlon is tho prescription of one t l' i he oto-i eie firienccd and skillful Nuiscs iu New iCitglautl, Himl has been used with i r failing success in thousands of cases. it uoU ouly relieves tle?cliild from pain, but invigorates the ufouiacti and iKiwels.corrects acid ity, an. I gives tone aud senergy to the wholeHys- teui. It fill utmost in staiitly relieTe Urlping iu the Bowels ami Wind (Jolic, and ovtircome con- viilsious. which il not "satetlily remedietl, end ,; in d'-.ith. We believe it isino best and surest; rein- etlv Hi 'he world, in all es cases of Xiys-uttry aud ; liiariiict in chiidreii, "whether it arises from ' leeihing or from any ' other cause. We would i say to every mot her w ho I has a child suffering I'i'om any one oi' the foregoing complaints, do not : let y i r prejudices, nor the prej ndices of others, : stand i.i tveeu your suffering child and the relief 1 that will 1st sure vis, absolutely qure to follow. ii;e use ot" this medicine if timely used. Kui! ili'iectii'iis for using will accompany each l-'t'le. N'.'iie U'-nnine iiuicss the fac-simile of i I ltr.S.k 1 Kit KINS, New York, is on the out .ide w raj pi r. vhl by liruggisbi tiiroitgliout the world. Prin cipal efliee. No. bt CVtlar street, New York. Price 2a cts a hottla jahl.'l-dwly. K tibf. Iii,. WHI I K, Agents, Kvansville, lud. 4H .1 tl I. Ii S ItjS VO CK, IMP O U TE U Wt ' and iit'aler in (Joach ami b.uldlory Uardware, Mai i street, near Water. Having com pleted my ar ratige m e n t a with Kuroi an and A mer. ican nianu-' facturera Lira, direct supply. I of all goods in. mmm my fine, I am. enabled to of- - fer Indnocments, that cannot tail to be to the interest of all en-, gaged in the business to irive me a trial. I name in pari: axles, springs made of the bea. steel; bands, enameled and of all kinds of leathur cloths, linings for carriages. Tarnishes, castings of' all kinds, saddle trees, English bridle leathers, bits,, stirrups, spurs, names, tine silrer hames of all kinds, Jcuay bind Gig Trees, self-adjusting tads, T.tvlor's patent hames, lly nets, shoe lltraads, horstt blankets, Loudon liirth Webs, American Girth, sud lo'in Welsi, both cotton and worsted; London, Welt Skins, a suMTior article; ivory, giltta percha. aud brass linod marteng:.! rings; superior kersey, for hors cttvers, the le.t tihaliiy of carriage bolts,, patent gig trues, Ac, c. 1 keep iu fact everything appertaining o eiOier branch of the business, and tiudorstaudiug both, branches thoroughly, we would respectfully iuvite. your atteutitfu bef'.re purchasing elsewbertt. 1 iu also agout tor Ward's Tstaut Spring SadJle. ap2l-d.w Water street, ZTsnsTilia, lad. fet;: iXp i.n..,1.,,., ,-,sr '