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RIVEE ITEMS.
Ci5 Regular Packets expecting notices of
their runnina arrannements in the Journal.
fnvat advertise with. vs. -All kinds of Steam
boat Job Work done at short notice, in good
tyle, and at reasonable rates. Extra copies
of the paper for sale at all times.
STEAMBOAT EEGISTEIi.
ARmvr.n.
Diana, New Orleans, Dunbar, Faducali,
routu America, JH. O.,
Favorite, Cincinnati,
Ilastitiirs, Nashville,
N. W. Tlioman, Cin.,
Mariner, St. Louis,
W. V. Gillmn.Ureeu iiiver,
Clipper, Cincinnati,
Tecutnseh, New Orleans,
lime, Louisville,
V. B. Campbell, B. Green,
Lue Kave-. &. Carrolton. Kcvatone. tow boat.
Messenger, Cincinnati, Snllie List. Wheeling,
Lehigb, Cincinnati, Dr. Kane, PitUburg.
IlEPABTICD.
Diana, Louisville.
South America, Pittsburg,
Mariner, St. Louis,
Hastings, Pittsburg,
N. W. Tbonias, N. O.,
favorite, Cincinnati, .
Clipper, Kutdivilld,' ' ! ,'
Anlo Saxon, Cincinnati,
I. B. Caiuidieil. 1!. Green.
lecumseh, Cincinnati,
i line, i ennessee iver, Luo kaves, l. Carrolton,
Greenville, II. Green, W. V. Odium, Green Hiver,
' ftlissae)?r, MeinphU, Sal lie List, St. Louis,
Dunbar, Paducah, Lehigh, St. Louis,
Dr. Kane, St. Louis.
; Tho Weather, yesterday, was cool
and pleasant. In the evening it became
cloudy wllh indications of more rain. "'
The River continues to decline slowly.
The slight rain of Saturday night will have
no material effect on the streams. Boat
men are anxiously looking for more rain, as
all of the rivers arc becoming in an unnavi
gable condition. . -
Businesx, yesterday, was exceedingly
dull. There were uumerous arrivals and
departures, but they brought but little
freight and took away but little.
Freights are becoming scarce, Imt remain
unchanged in price. As the case now
stands, unless the river becomes quite; low,
there is a probability that the rates will be
reduced.
The railroad packet, Charley Down,
will depart to-day for Cairo at her usual
hour, 12 o'clock. CapU. Dexter anJMarkall
are very pleasant gentlemen and carefully
look after the comfort of their passengers.
We trust the Charley Euivcn will be favored
with all the freight to go South to-day.
The Autocrat will Ie due this morn
ing from New Orleans. She will to ljou
iiville, and return in a couple or three days.
The Anglo Saxon having got all tho
water out of her, and patched up the holes
in her hull, left for Cincinnati on Sunday
night, where she will undergo repairs.
The Dunbar departed for l'aducah with a
light cargo.
The Greenville, Lite Eacts, W. V. Gd
luin, and It. Ii. Campbell, all departed- fir
Green Iiiver with very light trip?. ,
Canal Receipts.
FROM PETERSBURG, pei: Prisce&s.
7 barrels eggs, Keen & Preston : 5 barrels of
eggs, P. O. O'Jiiley ; 1 bbl eggs, Geo. Vcnnc-
man;5 hhds tobacco, CO barrels Hour, Rrown
Aikuian; 10 barrels flour, At bags bran.
Wheeler & Riggs ; 5 hhds tobacco, Allis &
Howes; 8 bags rags, Vickerv & Brother.
FROM NEWBERRY, per FoxtaxklU:.
800 bushels wheat, dipt. Whittakcr. -
FROM PETERSUCUO, pi:r Isarfi,.
5000 hoop poles, 0000 staves, Jacob II uH
man. FROM WORTH INGTOX, vfai North
Star. 70 bags shipstuIT, 150 brls flour, 67
bales ha-, J!rown & Aiknian ; 1700 fei t
lumber, Geo. Foster & Co.
FROM MILLERS 11URG, r-Klt Washing
ton'. G hhds tobacco, 17C bugs corn, 7 bags
apples, I. A. Crane & Co.: 2 hhds tuh.-u'co,
J. II. Maghee & Co., 3 hhtU toivvco. 5'.1
bags corn, Geo. Fo3ter & Co.
Receipts Jy lln,ili-oal.
Amu. 2, 1S:((.
1 car load hay, Preston Rros.; 2 boxed fresh fish,
Joseph Pizard; 1 car biud bay, J. C. DiLsouuht'i; 1
car load hoop-pole.?, Oakley tc Son; 4o bushels
corn, Ceo. Foster A Co.; 2 boxes f.per, JlLu Il. aU ;
I crate queensware, J. V". Iluhei-; ii boxe hit-t,
I. A. Crauo & Co.; 1 box d (OoU, V. l. Know in 5
boxee fUoea, Bbintiu & Jones, Pai'v. Xexrx;.-v bH
mJse, Snaukliu Jc Kciily; 4 boxes U-kooWh, S.
Hopkins; 3 boxes paper, Kup tc L.; Z boxes not'os,
l'U. ilorubrook & Co.; G t ouktstoves, 1 bUle tin, Tui.i
Scrtiitliii; 2 boxes, . Archer & Sl:key; U .
spikes. A. K. Shruiler; 8 rolls niiiU-t, Jus, (hikley A;
Sou; 1 box pomls, J. S. Jiiijue-s & Co.; 1 box miiae,
It. Barnes; 2i"0 caseti 1uks, Keed St Burrowe; 1 liox
goods, K. Uoytl; bushels corn, Ctuvu & Aik
nian; 102 bushels corn, 210. 4a;s bruNuni tlKp
t'uej, Iluhart Bros.; Hi bags-bran, 11. Ilmulile. .
A. J4. SlIIiADKA. Ait't.
An Old Pionkkr. Henry Hart, a worthy
citizen, boasts of having been a resident of
this county for the last forty-four years.
He is a native of Virginia, was rriarried in
Pulaski county, Kentucky, in 1S13 his
venerable lady is still living and ejnigra
ted to this county in 1816. They have had
sixteen children, twelve sons and four
daughters, all living,, and sixty-six grand
children. Mr. II. is an Old School Baptist
minister, and has married over one thousand
couple. ..
It may not lc inappropriate to mention
in this connection that Warrick comity was
organized in 1813, and that the county seat
at that time fixed at "old Arlington."
That "town," however, has long since "gone
lutck," and nothing now remains to desig
nate the spot wln-re it once stood, except
tbc ruins of an old log cabin. Posey and
Vanderburgh counties, and a considerable
portion of Spencer county, were then inclu
ded in Warrick. The whole Dumber of
votes polled at the first election held in the
county, we are told, was only fortynine!
Now the nggregate vole of the three coun
ties aloue, is about 9,000. Among the early,
reminiscences of Hie county we will mention
the fact, that in 1821, when General Jack
eon was a candidate for the Presidency, In
received but fe vole in Ohio township, and
that vote was catt by Hon. Gaines II. Ro
berts, who Mill resides tr Neu burgh, and
who, to this day, in a Democrat of ihv
" Hickory gi it." Warrick IhmocraL.
iyThe annexation of Savoy to France
may be regarded as a fixed fact, though the
Coutineutal powers are Tunibiinir at it con
siderably. Louis Napoleon insists that Sa
voy and Nice are naturally parts of France
and necessary tor its defense, i Savoy, geo
graphically, belongs to Francis-Tor wl'tlr it
aunexed the Alps would be Uie boundary on
the side of Piedmont, while the lake of Ge
neva would separate it from Switzerland,
Forney's I'rcss si it would be natural. for
Victor Emanuel to have an objection to ul
lowing Savoy, the cradle of his bonse, to be
transferred to any other niler. Humbert, of
the White Hands, who was the Hapshwr.r of
the House of Savoy, first obtained the in
vestiture of Savoy, nearly eight centuries
ago, and Victor Emanuel retains it as bis
descendant. Rut it would Seem t li.it, before
the commencement of last year's war, Vic
tor Emanuel had promised to traut-fcr Saoy
to France, provided Lombard j- were annexed
ui Piedmont, and having obtained Lombar
ds, with a good prospect of also having Mo
ifenn and Parnia, if not Tuscany aii'1 'to
ttouiaf iih, he is likely U fulfill his promise.
Tin" Kuropcnn Powers may grumble am!
rhafe, but Savoy will be fiatiexccL liolwilh
srnnd:ng. LuuhvHte Jutun-U , " 4
TomCokwin is sutrgrstfil liy t hi' Xt-w'-Voi k
Vuiinenid AJcerlUer, as likely bi ie:i-ivf
Sb'e .C'bifugo iiominatioii. " j
NEWS BV TELEGRAPH,
Hamilton, O.W. Apuil 3, c.-'he trallie
on tUe G." WJl. K. is nib-ulry incrcaiin.
This returns foriLe-last fortnight show an
rnercase of nearly.liOO over Uie t-vrrcs-jiorifling
period of hist year.
Williams' kerosene i .works joe de
stroyed lv tire Saturday niptht lust, together
With 7,000 gallons of oil. .. ."' .
Cincinnati, April 2, p. m. In the rtmnk-i-ral
election to-day tho Democrats were tri
umphant. Mr. Rule, a Douglas delegate to
Charleston, was elected Trustee of the Wa
ter Works.
Pittshuug, April 2, M. Rivr 4 feet G
inches by the pier mark. Weatber clear,
but cold and wiudy.
Tun committee appointed in the lower
House of Congress to investigate the subject
of the public printing has made its report,
which exhibits a mass ot corruption, t no
public printer receives -more than his work
is worth, ana tnen is compeiieu to uisinouie
the gains for the support of party organs and
to aid tho election of members of Congress.
The Washington Constitution and the Phila
delphia Pennsylvaniaa were kept up in this
manner, and the money was distributed un
der the personal supervision of the President
and Attorney General i;iack. Over tnwo
were sent into Pennsylvania to influence the
Congressional districts, at about the same
time when Mr. lluchanan wrote his hypo
critical Fori Dutiueane letter, deprecating the
use; .of money to control .elections. Ioh.
Journal.
Tub Rmouy avd Henry Trac.edv. The
Kno'xville Whig says : ; '
5 'Tlie examining court in the chsc'of John
I). Rrovvulow closed on Saturday evening
last. It was composed of seven magistrates.
Three, were for an acquittal, and four for re
Ajrriug the case to a jury. The defendant
was consequently held to bail in a bond of
one thousand dollars.
The greatest tensile strength of copper
lieing 1C tons per square inch, its resistance
to compression is said to be but 3 tons per
square inch.
BUSINESS CARDS.
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER,
for. l'lrst and Sycamore Sts.
Particular Attention paid to the n pairing of
Musical, Kepealim;. nul FINK WATCH KS
l!-ir'W7 and VrU.li,ui VarJ upiHg tt'rit.u.'VHk
uiar'Mf
C. I'. UltOl till 1 ti,
ft JOf i irf . Ij Til H -I TS'KJy
tioiiot Iin rneiols ami the public l Ins
More, corner ol" Cl;u'k iiinl Carpenter sis., ulu re l.e
ha.i ju-J. opened as
. JirufflHl and IJroctr.
Families will I' supplied w ith the pure-it articles
of m.sili'.iiics or e;ric-eiies at the li west c:ei!i prie'
of I he city. niiir7-l la
Jacob Sinsicli & Son,
WHOLESALE BAKEUS,
t - i- l-:toiH III
jitAT -STORES. '
K'ntr f-l., brl .' PVttr ttf lcamiYf.
PETER Vir'HLtNG,
J&y M'lil'i, -iV AJt.sV I MiK, Im.,
I'tMlrri'i I'liittt, VrirVl'i ilri'P-Stii!Ht Win
(ii r I;.';n'Tri, Alilti!iijiml MipjuirttTS,
SinvJcal r"jtrii!iiiatH, At-.. Vt.
AIjSO Iitv W iui-t ntnl Jlraiiflit-s, iiinl ftll pf'I-n-
l;ir (-lit- tit tnrtlit-hteH t ill n.'. .Vo. t x
M U.U'IIANTt dtvihT ill r.:t-s U:U lnt
ni-Mtf ruwKr, IM;i-!Tir Paris, A.., N. 1- a:n
sf 'i l, in-itr Canal, KvaitviKi. Intl. iVJ'ilS
Vhh. $k l.;)r:i$r k ' vil& ex Fx
fttrifl, Kv;iKviik-r frtdrnh.t, V lu-Kil. I't-.il-rw
in (Inn'friw auil U Litiui of I'rotltitv, N.tI-.(
(iiam, Wliitf I, iinc, i'm1!!, Cfttoa Vartt. A lu1
L.c;nlt l,iutl 4 HI Vr., r,' A:, i-ountuiilly on
ri.iml ) lull HtOtk f fxisli, l;tl'I lXorrt, Xv.y i' ail
U hi, Q. SMITH,
Lj. t:iIAI 1 SiANl! FAtJTlI lil.Ji.
1 . 1 Iflarkrt mieeU KyausviUe, tud., will 1
kwp on baud and make to older avury variety ol
Cuih-and Wood tea CHAIKS. TlieTrn.N- t-uvpiied
i towvut rat. I Lutein Steamboais an.l Hal it. fur-nh-lied
promptly to order. All li-ork warranted,
jtnl-ty
ii. ij'. wiiKKi.r.re sa liii.i inin.
WHEELER & IGLEHART,
al 'oIUrtuli ;inl l;al Kslritc A;cncy. UHit o
uti 'Muni Mrr 't, npiKtHit" t I :nrrt M;ns.
3 II fUMiCilKT-;
Wn m p ivctilnrlv rw.-ivitur mi Id I it n u lo t.tit i.t-LT1l
of" ;s, M Fi'iriNPs, i.'ii ksiicals, 1'ai.xts, Oils,
Vahcisiikis, I'KUKl'M EUV, ninl Kancy Aktu lks,
wliit'h wtj.aro pifimtvil t illir ti' tru'Irt on y
;ooi ktiih :lh tu be H oh;i6ciI in Ciucinuatit JLou
iuvilUs or t. Louis.
W Iiave in Htort 15 tons of Kxtka Pitkr Wiutb
LcA d, li key' t! ' twt 5 tn;i, ami Hm) Itw, which
we arc a. lliii: to IN- trai? at ntMinilacttircr1 ;ric.d.
KKLLKK A WUITK,
No. Main l:v;t.
fcA I. K DliY GoOI'S ili 'l 'SK. First street. Kv-
otsville, lud. ZUtrc.li j ills will alvtit) lind a full
Stock of lry torf'ds, llr.-1, SIioch, Hats net! Caps, at
.his llowse. which will.lie sohl on Iiiirterms. fwp'Jl
Mil, KSfi.'"t'JJ , S, tislti
CMI.K llAKDWAttK I1KA I. V. It, First sireet,
opposite Rtai;hee & -'-)' Kv.msville, fml. trdera
or Ihirilware nromid'y nllutl at lowest Cincinnati
rices. ln 20
iru kjk ttjiariMits, ivii,.
W SAl.K ASH KK'iAll. lKAI,KiUi IN
FAMILY GROCERIES,
CLASS, NA;LS, FUOU53,
uritio. Steur-, l'.-tt-i-u, burtl, T'tii'S, liifk.-i.sf t'hui-iin,
and Woislware (.eueruliy. No.-hi illaiu rtn-et, Kv
ansille, linl. t;iiKls deliveifd in any .iwH if the
city bee ol choree. ' oe2l
jas. w. u:iii:i:v .Minx virKRRv sa'i,i,-i,r.uv.
BW"-'f filial nirsijs:s
ff AtiAIN. At, I. IS A HOWKS, K.i-Biir.lin- and
lU'lltuiiHSiotl Merelinnts, Itcet i !i,-rs ol tho relet. rat. d
l;.;ir.li.t hUky. ii-alt-i'iS hi all kindflof I't'tMpiet ,
tOH-i ivr old IUmii-P'.ii nnd I; e Vhir,kK, mot K,.r
.tiKO and lieniewljc. Litjuort, An., Wal-r Ktreet, Se,--ud
ilorahove Vin-, ih-HUH il le, liol.
HKNHV l. ALLIH. l.r.WIS IIOWF.
IW'.-ly -
S I'll'' fell iff vWjfjVfJ'.J'
T"KV, 'i MA IX STItKKT,
Ki'ANsviLi.r, Indiana.
If you wish to get the vortli,d' j-oii!- money iu
Niiifis,(Jtvri(!i'uien's l-'iiruisliinu; (JimmIs
FANCY SHIRTfKC PRINTS,
Please call I if ", iilun ill-,-,-, .
All 014I. IS lor Stitching Silk, Cotbni and f.lm n
G-mmIh, pr.tnpt ly attended to, nnd neatly eib.s-iilt-,1.
tl'ulel'ul loc past patritMage, I l,w-pect fully swll.-it
.1 ciiniiiiiiance of the s-ime.
Shiils maiio to enter from nieaMiieiiteiitaiid
satistaetioii arranti-d. -' k, pt.S-ly
JAn1l,-.S H. SHANK I ill.,..
...uium-tm-. ma Kin n.
SI I A N K L N 1 1 A III) I N;
ATTORNEYS AT L A VJ ,
ia'AiWsVlLliK, IWI. !
l$it -.rfl, UK. ii :STTJC, i-If !
9 JT Notarial htiMtie-HS eulriileil tolk. ni Util re- :
ri-ii prompt aiel r.itrfiil uMr-nltoti. KsjMVi.tl at- j
toiiiioit wilt tej.-ivii lo the ieriiou ! rhiims in
he following ovir, r. . ' Kvansville, lleu.i.'rsoii, j
Mr. Vernon, i;HiiiviiTe, Nrw Wur-.' ti, Nik k hh t , 'an- j
iuTtoh. priii , -toil , ViirenneSv a -'hiit.ou, lNver,
tuel l l rsl.i:l tt ami iu I he ohnt ie iii wltivh suiil
f Wlif uie to; ;ir l.
Kr'tfJ': -Thir'! sticf. a.lioli.in.r the ('unit '
lloiise. ' si-ptr'-Iy-l ;
. WJI. -KFllKNCil .t CO.,
iViloLI MALI. lK.bXli:t IN UKAIV-MAIK
.... .Ciot.jLi.rt-x, '
- ' v a jY a' '-? :na o xs.
No. '241 li, ii Sli i-i l, lOi miavlllr, litt.
Aei.rs !r li spruit Afo-ii"! Ik.lttu; t'ivlii. -KAMI
I I. I: Vill.-KT...' .! ft'll luii II. B.Vh K H .
te,s Wiper l .A' Uv
Wliolcsu'lti (irofcrs,
Sv.-ainoie slreel, li. lwi-. ii W.ib r and Firxt, Kvans
vilie, liidiana. A lull ass.u t men t d Jrocei li t al- ;
way tut tniitd, hii H h.r ife h Iho' hf-t t rices, i
Agents tov t'ypn i s Slilla ." Cttoa Varus, Ac, at i
tuauutactnrer'8 pi-iuta. tuorl
STEAMBOATS.
UECJULAIt PACKETS.
J..HN lOMPKINS, Hicks ,
ItiN'J, niitsttr, C. W. Twoomky,
Clei will run durir-f? tha rcaiioiia!3sS52.
in the Wabash and Kviinsville trade. A IiUi.i!
share " f patronage U solicitwl. riiirO-lm
JLj CAIUO KKGULAR PASSKN rr-,
OKU PACK KT, C1IA11LK Y 1SOWUK, lALdT.?
Dkxtk.u, M:uster, bmves fcvjuisville r-'.'"
Tu:sily and Saturday, at 12 oVI'x k ill , ariiv
ing at Padiumll at i o'clm k, A. M-, 1'airo at
12 o'clock, M., Wednesday and Saturday. K-.-ttirniiiz.
leaves Cairo every Vedaesdiiy ami Suu lay,
at 7 o'clock, P. M., and Smithlan.'l every Thuroduy
and Monday, at 9 o'clock, A. 21., connecting at
Kransvllle with the Kvausvfllii and Crawford.fville
U. It., and Packets for Green Iiiver. Also, cen
ucctiut; at SuiiihUmd with Cuinljerland Itiver Pack
ets ; at Cairo, with Memphis, New Orleans and St
Louis Packets.
Tickets can be obbaied on board tho boat tor all
Eastern Cties. . sept2:i
XVl'ACKlST Tho fine Bteamcr
DL'NBAR, Gus. Fowler, master, 1 ,.!l5x.i
1 11 M !., ,. .
Weilnesday, and Friday, nt 12 o'clock il. Leave
Paducah every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,
at y o'clock A. SI. Cooucctiii at Kvansville with
the Kv.insville and Crawfordavillu Uaiiroad for all
points North and Eant, with packets for Louisville
Grei-n, and Waba-sh rivers. At Paducah with jack
eta for St. T,oui8, New tirleans, and the Daily Mail
boat for Cairo, Nashville, and Tennessee river.
fey"lluineas promptly attended, and charges for
freight and imsm?e, Bame as churned by the regu
lar packet. Throupb bills of lading given to New
Orleans and all point on the Touueasue and Cum
berland rivers anglS
-jg-ii uvl7j it tj tTin s v i x. : ,
KVASVliiL.r; AJMJJ
UKNI)Klt.SON I'acket. Tho new
anil niairniinenc iMeiiiuer lr K r, l '
KAGIiK, W II. Pan i El., Caidain ; i. ii. 1usca.,
Clerk, leaves I.oniHviilo every AVtslnesday and Sat
urday at 4 oVIock P. M. Leaves Kv.-tnsvile every
Monday at I J M., and Thursdays at fl o'clock P. M.
jan 1 7
p. vis south t;i uiiti,Tov
U PONI 111 VKli. The ele'Mllt
passene,,r steamer bUK KAVKS, J f:
SIcDonai.ii, Master, Tavi.oi;, Clerk,
will make regular tri-weekly trips l cioiith Car
roltou and Pond Kiver, leaving on Mondays,
V'diiitsdas and Fridays.
Fr freigiit or passage, apply on lioard.
deOtf
FO 11 W A Ii A H 11 HI V K R.
-p-Kll!r.J3 K W.1HJISH M'JU'UKT
JEA' 'the new and behl ifrniigtit av--. ,w
steamer MASU.Mi! CKM, Pill.sbury ,illj:ri
Alaxter, Mi'l'iitntld Clerk, will m;ik'et.'. unraal
regular trips Itetween Kvansville and Alt. Culluel,
diit ing the srasiui.
For freight r pass ive apply on board. j:iu:ltf
gpltUIII.JIlt t 'H Mi Hi, I "
&- PACK K IS! Tie line lig
dirtuht steamer
ni ii-i sh
-LHWIS JiA I.-., M.isTer W. 41.lrf?T,-Clerk.
Leaves Kvalisi ille on .:i turdays, at 1' o'l-hK-k.
beav.es llilS(llviile oil S eilnesd. vs. at liio'cloek.
ttl'KKl, . roiil'four,
KLUAi'.fUTY, e.l I'tl'VY.
MllCllOt,
M:utor.
JOHN Mi'l.'LAIN.
Tims. lrninriii-T CIrK.
Limivc-h KvaiiHvili" n W eiiij'luv at 1' u-1ock.
l, avM lulS4Miviilf mi Snl iirilayH, ;it i'i o'olot'K.
t'C' 'I lnvt two I ttiiii. wil. run regularly tliii iua
tliM H4aMi, coniifctiii:,' at li n!stit i lie with tliti
1 1 it.Hn villi-, TT! d llalito, Mil. I Ijal.lVrtlt l';i( R('l,
MASdNll) ii KM.
t rt'iht nnd I'aru-nrrf rtH.;ptni throiigii lo nil
oiuL.s.
rasMMi?cra :iul SliipHrd nriy rvy nnoii th r gii
larity oi ilit-M t..a!s. AH onl.is an-l l.usiiies.-i tm
trnLt il Id lli r: n will h (.f-nif-tly attcii-lisl to.
q&fifJ . -4 U U K 4 S H H$ K H
JZtik I'miH, Ha liht ilimilit sr.'Hllit r, CASI LK
1. I; i N, i Vturfoi. mrT'tfi , Mi tjf. .-,
lt-t W,Milt iti-ikf n-nlar trip.i In twn J rJ.L:l.l
KvatiMvillt' Mint Lii-i'hto!urii'fcC Hi. w a ; . v-Uf-
Hvill. Fr trii;llt cf jaajjn i.jtj.Iv on lail.
jai.2-1.
gfBK U if S;J it M toti it i lJ2 it
jtit- Trtrk.-t, tliesplt-iidiit ii .'lit th uil.t rsv,
sSoaiuiT KUk KSTuNi:, Al-ws K irk- ji
j-atiirk, iiiitsli"", wili jiliki- r ; i I i a : h-IzTi
t i tlui inr I he a-uni l-ciwu n KvaiiMvilic -ni.i
At ti.-;i, U-a vin;; Kvtui i! ! 'i iif Jays ami :rt i vjt.j t:i
Sat m Ia .s.
jati'4
iXii L.tU WHi&:i
M X Tin iiijlii i!i ;ti.-" - t n-ani'
A ;Y 'inK, M tts Mhi-
'.iMI'lSK!.!., ( IflK I y ttl Jt:a(.. ni; tULir
la; trips l-Mv-n Kvansville ainl Khcih, ilurinx
IiicH.a-(iN. Kt. tVcilil ' r oa-'s.i -, ripely on l 'iini.
j.mll 11.
ClIAKLKS EVKP.T,
S AI M1ASEI1 & RIGGER,
WV l aptains iin-l Un; pil)li in it-iwra-i that
lie h is on h mi a v.i(u;il-Ui lot f TAM'Alil.INrJ
OK A Ll SIKS, vwltuTi Iw will s-nl t ijeap- "I1 'I'm -puuiiim
repativil on hi tort not mj. Pivv- Si-rein.H,
'inter Icek C'nrUtins, imhJo aiil put n, toJiipleU'.
All riLC'" v.m'k iUiu on Kiiori nonce. Also,
rope m-atlv fplitfd. i'ni! nt his room, over .1. (;,
VunnemMii's rtlmv. jutl7tUm
FORVARD'G & COMMISSION.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAIL R0AD
Pa,ft shjK rim .iUTinmis.:t
W Agents ol the above Koad, and ar-. giving
Ihi-otigh reci.-ipts on fieight lo all the Kast-.-ru eiln-s,
at us low rates as by any other line. Goods Mint to
our cure lor transhipment u ill be frvurded with
proniptness and dispatch.
For all information address
GUO. FO.s I'KH te Cl)., Ag'ts ,
Cor. Locust si. .i::d Canal, lCvansviile, lnd.
niar'J
Old Established -Wharf Koat
EVANSVILLE, IND.
P. O'HIXaS" & Cc.
fcATOi.WA', J-'flU UlltlJJU,-,
: COMMISSION MKltl'HANTS.
General Kaitrei . ,. Steamboat, and Kxprec AgetUB
Special Agents for the
PEXN. CENTRAL UAILKOAD;
inrt conuecticvB, over which we aro aut!iori.i.) lo
give through receipts nt the lowest po.ihlo rates
Having a mammoth Wharf Is.-ilt at th' lauding,
tint largest on the Ohio Kiver, capable of utoring
and protecting all merchandize liable to damage
from exposure, we are prepared to facilitate the dis
patch of all l oi.sijj une-nlo, fol warded to our caie
Hirat, RAILROAD Oil CANAL.
Particular attention paid to Keceiviug, Storing
ami Forwarding, also, to the
Sale of any Produce,
or other property, consigned to im lor sale, and flftl is
fuetioii twralttt'tiil.
tttin jiiel uxtMiwive Vareii4nHo oh MrHter xtne t,
4MljHltin'4 the TeleifrHpll, niltt on lite Wtiarf iM.at,
where vo a hi to le iomttl, Htt-ntiuii; to the lulerritt
til' our patroitdal ai i leiii.s, tl.ty ami iiiht.
W ith our stirior t'ueiltliet ; lni; HtaiHiititr; un
tiring inrjry ; an.l kinleile -I mir hn!inert, e
fetfl rittiiUut of iviu netal ttuCihtetHm, nnU
hope to merit a continuanet of I he rx tensive patron
Hre i how enjoyim.
Liheral cusli atlvaiH s will be mailo on ailruuHin
inM'x to ither tmrselves or r,.i resptiiMh nln iu any
I thi pt nit ipal markets, North, K it or South.
P. C. O'RILEY & CO.
iaii'.v ee i t f.n.i.
BP I n i j, foi:v.m!iim; andcknkkai.
rniuiMiiccirirj
MERCHANTS,
A:-eiils loi Kanavt lia Salt .imipanv, ll.vaiisviil.i,ln-
.li.ina. 'A e have tornirtil a o-pai'toel-Hliip iilolel the
Htvli- nt' lto n A A in m an, .iii-l oiler lair ?:,-rvieii iii
the cHp:ici:, :i net bn-ih in mir card above.
VVe aro fully prepali-d toeteud every facility to
shipis-is, either liy CANAIj, KIVKIJ, or UA 1 1.
ICo.Ul, .ind iwi:-:i .' ibem that their interests shall
tie failhtiill.v reu-e.'iiced, aliiadJ Ihey tie fd-maf ii to
lavor us v il Ii tlieirpali-ttnage.
oilier and Wareb.itisc- on thu corner ol Main et.
and the ('anal.
M. !ii:oVN, W. M. AIKMAN,
l.ate of Howard A Ki'own. f.ale ot Ft-S I'KK, A Co.
j - . iaui-tl
sb s iti x r tet-i&H r.w.jfvi-
mrg NK V A I Mi X S i K M K N T.
The A fA ms KxfftRS .dM(uv ref-nreifnlly hii
iionii.' to tie ii trieinls iiinl patrons, tin putIie of
KvaitHvilie Mini vi'iuiiy, timt, w ith tte rr.t- ti faeili-li.-rt
tin t tie t retnpoi ihi ion ot
y u y. i ; r , r a ' k a v y s .
r n x y. v a a r .1 , it a n f, r.
1ht-vMoli. it ,1 1 out inuainv t( :ie r favors.
P"! i:il raie Ukuii in th rottei-tiou of Itills, llrafji,
Ni(-., ami tin' tr,injoH?iion oj smil nof rnl'iahle
l:iek:ii'M.
All jh'Isoiih wiftin tavait t Pniselve1 -f f
t iliih'N t:f tin" Kpre. s, .-rut "I hiin anr h r. il infoi-
malioii 111 !-(. K-nce lo ih. roii1H ;ifel tl"(:ti!i the
IttiHitifSA, -it llit-ir il1-t- tut I-irst fret-f, ln-Uit-n
Mnin :nl I -iT oi o ite t tie Pi-.-l onit e
.lo I'
ll IMI. Ai
mi
jf f.i.y'.l I. .S II .'. 1 hae 11 Imi-ki. dun.
H -' bt-t v areheo.-i al lia- I'anal llasin, cipalile ol
hi 01 in.-, any an. 0111; 1 ,-t .ro,ni-e, v. hieh will be re
i '.ive,l, hioieil, :i.iv-lt can of slid Iwld subject to ttie
to; na.'s oliler ,,o neisl reasollalile t I'lns
P.O. OKI LEY.
uih-'li-tf
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
I
I
R. H. SHORT & CO.,
Commission Iklercliants,
JVb. 94 Camp Street, .
' . AEi 01CLANS, la. '
a. h. shout. 1 ocfs-bma 1 s. Howard.
K. H. rAlKC'HILO JOHN W. BINGUAM
R II. FAIROIIILD & CO.,
(S-uccessors to T. ('. Twitcukll & Co..)
Commission. Merchants, i
7t POYDUAS STIi RET. -ocU
NtCW Oi;I,i-.A.S
11 and Forwarding Merchants, No. 211, Poy-
dra Str,, New Orleans, I.a. - my20-!Awly
n$t ir.jvoii iToviT vojanjsii,.
ii. Merchant and proprietor o tork Stables,
New (r leans. La. j:ui2i67-ly.
iiHjiii. Mini, muvtutio, VOJHMI-
mL hiou Merchant, No. 7 iiP.fayette street. New or
leaiiH, for the sale of butter, cheese, lard, eggs, dried
fruit, Flour, Meat and all sorts of Western Pro
duce, and for the purchase of Groceries, tc. Cash
advances maile on cousUnimenta. mal5-ly
Ty fur many years chief Clerk in the house ot
JOHN HUKLKY & Co., begs to Oder his services
an Commission Merchant, to tho friends and patrons
of that house, now that it lias retired from business.
With this end in view I have formed a co-partnership
with Mr. K. W. Benton, senior of the old and
well known firm of K. W. Jleuton & Co., under the
name and btyle of BENTON &K.1NC1, to take place
troin the 1st of May, prox.
The subscriber relies for support upon the friends
of the old house ef JOHN UUBLUY & Co., who
have had opportunities of experiencing the prompt
ness and ability with which he attended to their
business. Very respectfully,
THOMAS KING,
Corner of Lafayette and New .Levee streets.
New Oi leans, April 27, ISM. aug8-y
JOS. W. DOUGHERTY,7"
Forwarding and Commission,
NEW ORLEANS, Locisiaha.
Itefcrs to Messrs. ALLIS UOWKS,
apft-ly ETanavlile, lnd.
S. TWICHELL,
COMMISSION AND FOR WARDING
IlKKCIIAST,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Lilieral advances made on cousin iitneuts to either
of our houses.
RF.FKK TO
Messrs. Allis & Howes, Itemeut Jk Veile, Howard
A IirowD, Kvansviilo. jjii
Mjr.tr,Ki. UUEJTIIOV8K K lo.,
WW COMMISSION ANI FOKWAKDINli
MKRCHANTS,
No. 18 Poydraa Street,
NJCW OULKANS, LA.
CLFM WII.KIH...W. B. KEATHOCSR...JO. i I Tl V1 ,.H.
We give our personal attention to the sale of To
bacco, llorn, Wheat, Iiay,Oatjj, Flour, Poik, P-aeoii,
Ijtril, Ae. uiitfll
b. p. i ;t iTk l l .. . iiTT;Ta k luFr .... jcT: v li.7T
B. P. ETHELL & CO.,
Commission and Forward hi
NO. lOl M AC A. I N K fl'., N K oKLKAfiS, I.A.
KF.rr.KFNcr.s :
Ceo. Foster i., lin.wii A Aikman, and P. O.
O'ltiley, Kvansville, I ml.
A. M. Phelps , Sou, Miner, t Weed, Newbnr".
Ind.
S. M. Leavenworth, Fsq., John 1: Kverlion,
Fki)., Mt. Vernon, Ind.
U. P. IIudM-tli At (,'., lloonville, Ind
Ceo. Atkinson, Ksi., W. W. Callin, F::i).,' lieu-
de-rson, Ky.
Nwwcoiub ,V Bin., I. P. Peuediet & foil,
ville, Ky.
Louie
jjii
A..VM. tif! N II VCS I, JK SI 1 ftUO
7P I'l-itne ,SaM-d Shingles, ui hali lunil ftirsale liy
11. KAMKY.jr.,
loirl t No. 7o Main street.
SO
Ul'fiil. ittlCSIJ fillip- .HA'.,.
is hi bush Far Corn, lim ImisIi Potef.es. Id
bush Turni)!, 5 bush Piil.uip, llt,m,tl lbs t!jiru
Hauls, imm ll.s shonl.l -i i, liski Ibschoico lii-af Laid,
,i t eices choieo bin-, .'i(l.l lbs Pearl Stareli, Km keN
ass't blielilig Nails, lli:MMieJ I J hiss, uiM sizes,
loil," Warlt Hoards, i'lib,. Ibli ketH.luodii. ItrnXtes,
ass'd, o-. .iliK lte.1 I iHds, IO coil, I'olloil , lo
tiiiU Manilla do, r coils Hemp do, olNl lbs Peari
Itarley, III doz Tub?. Ill sloie and for sale ej:e ip
for cash nt ICKK!;Y ItUOS.
mat !
'Stll-H stilt '(IIS Tllli .tl 1 1, 1. 1 'r.W
V e liaie l- sale Pieki-Is in barrels, i,nf. no
ill pure cider v;iie;.il, which IV,' fel il! by Hie do.eil
or liiiudi-i i ; also in kefcs and jars ol alt siv. Call
nod sec for yoiii.si-lvig. Vli'Kt KV lllto.s.
.milN A. UK IT.
..ioIIN A. HANI-.-!
I
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CRESCENT CITY
I? O TJ J3 X .
EVANSVILLE, IND.
The proprietors of the CKKSCENT CITY FOl'N
fllt Y be leave to inform their friends and t tie pub
lie ill Reueral that they are fully prepared to make
to order all kinds of
.riACHIMFRY .
Ncoih'tl for M illn or MunufactoricB uf nuy k:n-
Unvi:ij a rnt rariotv f patterns for
MILL GEAU1JNG,
of auy njjtt and : -
STEAM ENGINES
of any power required. Also manufacturers of
Ii 1ST I LLKKV AMI MIN1NU M At'H 1NKKV,
TOIIACCO Si:l.KWS ANI FINISH Kits, .
MALT MILLS; SASH, MLLKY
AND IMPltOVKU
Circular Saw Mills,,
GUMMING MACHINES,
IRON FRONTS for Houses,
CHINESE SUGAR CANE MILLS,
STEAM BOILERS
IMPROVED LARD TANKS,
And in fact everything in the
IltoN FoLNIiltY AND MACHINK Ill'SINKSS.
K K.I MS VJmTtJVUa
made to order.
ALSO
Dealers ill a superior article of
THKHSIllS'G MACHINES, '
And Powers' complete, of the latest improved style.
IMI'UOVED STEAM GAUGES, GUM
HELTINtS AND PAC'KLNG, ..
"WROUGHT AND WELDED PIPE,
LEAD AND CuFPER PIPE, AND KlUK 1
P.RICK, !
All at M A Nl' F ACTli KKI5S PRffF.t.
Highest price always paid fo old "
METALS,
At the old Stand Corner Canal and Imrle str.nl
ItKIT'. & HANKY.
N. 15. W.irki.ieii sent to all parts 10 put up Ma
chinery niel .lo repair iu Itniters.
TH K KSH l NJ M A CHI N ES
Alx ay ,n band and for sale. Je"22
St Charles Saloon.
NKW lMUPKIKTOKSUIF -AN KNTIRB
UK-UUG AN IZATJON.
mWKHSitS. MiJtMjnjiMt A iHMZi-
'3 ii-,,!,, Nw Oi luniit', lui-vt iiir liH?.Mi U 8 T.
- MAUI KS SAl.lON, on Kirrl r!r-, iM-.tiiv
site tho Vnt 'orti e, uiil har r.-lill.-.i H in all
j.ii'l uiol iiUr.-Hlivf ?tlyiv.
TIi" iifw j'lojti it-loin lme Im! xpfri-nrwart
k.'iH i oi litVItioiiitl'lf aiitl iojiii:tr UerttannttilH, iu
Now i lf:ms, Biol tlit.v will eiuk'uvoi". In Hit-jr Utv
lioliw1, t t 0111 Ihim- II l!it rtfUiu-ift H:tti lrr.ti; iri
ot Nori iitrtt ail Soutltfrii lirsiiirats in tin ST.
4'IAi:LKS.
Tln'v lutvyi Itt.ii-)it a hix" cniiM stm
ft lioir t.iinor' I'i out .SVw ! l--it!s wlii:h lltcy i
collvt let! villi care tiuriit llifir loiriutu-is in llua j
t ily. o.iiiifiM ions ui.-l a. tji: linlniii t in tltal j
rity will iMial.l- tlo-ia ! ol-lrtin lli. ( !ioi-tt cni- i
iiosi .i Li-iuoi, Kt nitH, atol lu.vni it i (rm tlmt i
ui:tik-t in liiiutts itioi I lie v uill iart !i ex'Hin? '
1101 1 aiiis tit tenk Hi' T. H A Ii l.KS mn parts, j
lii-iiMOer, iis foi tir-T rt'ir'.-iil ition. as a :
."ilo.in, h phu t-mm! living, find eltaitl-, irlinetl ,
HIl'I ItlMII'i.ttt.S il. .
j I'o.lKntl vl 'Ver- itl fiii'l : thi.e SaNmn a ftrt
ol Iti (ti - nii ilo l,n lolSirtl Tnltl.s. tmni lltu
hcI; lsii.Tit :thi riM.fiiicl riory of J. M. I'rntm- ;
k .(
Th ttuli-r":rnl i!aor I ItHitifw-lvt-s that ln fx-.i-ii.
.. ini 4-3.r.-Tni :tiifniH will tti:iltl llit-m to
inoril u ivtil;;f ion d.ju.il to :my HhIikii in iktv Wcett-
ti II 'ollll 1 v '
A .,(-tfH-li. l.m.clt wtl! rr'. ui iu l
iiiot rtjutvovml ftlvl, f ,i 1 v unrn- ul l oVIock .
uui Lute ol Nw Orlena.
, . - Jk Ji
-frnfi
i
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TORY. The undersigned having engaeed ju
the Tobacco Business, with the puiiKise of suprdy
iug, if possible, the wants of I lie home "market, I
am now rvpared to oner n well eleiti-d sto-k of
mannfactr vl Tobacco from Missouri, Kentucky,
and Ten.3re Leaf, in Pounds, Fives,- Halves,
Eihts,iu". t at ti-rs, in any desired package.
Terms liberal, And ucccptable discouut lor Cash
purchases, out uo-snir lsa than five Imxei.
. . A- Cl'MBtRTS,
jj-28 No. 105 Main sireet, Kvansville, Ind.
1HZ. KXTltA llAL'I'IMOiiJk iilAUuAiS
the best in the market, at
dec I COOK .t LANGLKY'S.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
.iSLCiiuiKrcrsr,
Ju. 87 Mi Klrtrt, Stconil floor,
EVANSVILLK, 1NJ). '
,ytJX? IJ'MI HR Si UJVKU iS
B Agent lor the following rcs(K,Ubiupi lusurain-e
Companies:
New i ork Security Capital..... SoiHUkKl
Uising Sun......... v -jimMKi
ludiauapotis j. t- lf.n.ooo
KaI.e Insnrauce Company, t'iiicinnati. ...... :1oii,oihi
We also have some valuable real estate tor sale
mi reasonable terms and fair prii-es
5 lots on tJittii street, belnren Third and Foiii th.
ol acres of the Major Warner farm, on railro,ul,
luiles I rem Kvansville.
A liiria ot 170 acres in Creen couiit.v, Ind ; barn,
well cistern, house, stock iale, store Iiuilit, ouui!:
orchard, i-c.
2im acres in Creeu county. Pin of w hieh is prairie,
balance iu tiuiis-r S acres in cultivation. Price,
S7..rs per acre. Terms, J2oil cash down; balauee in
1, 2, and years.
A fano of m acres, V miles tiot tli yiest of Vin
cennes, good iniproveuients, aboul Mt acres fenced.
Plies Ifl.iXlii; one-foiirlli cash, balam-e iu I, IS, and
o years.
A farm of 2iiD acres, miles east of 0U S'lalion.
Good frame house, and about. llHI ,n:res fenced.
Pi ice Sl vr acre, one-loin 1 h down, balance i 11
1, ii, and .1 year.-f.
-too acrs near Tayiorsi ille, In,!., on lilieral prices
and terms. . t ,-. . ...
A farm near I.iu'on, Creeu eouiity , Ind. Price
$ hi per soie. ' - , - ) .'..,:.,; . t
Very ilesiiable mid acre lots, oil Newbury
roail, niir Weaver'n t.artleo. a
2 brick houses on Second street, between (,'hest
11 nt and jl!herry st ns-ts.
l.'i acres near Salt Well, bcinu' part of the M ileliell
tract, .on liberal terms, 1- -
- blocks in Lainu-sciA, la-bivv the cr;-k. ' .
4n acrws adjoiniii Frank Alleu's farui, hilling a
stone quarry 011 it
loo l,-et 011 Si-oiid street, ni . -if Judj.e Pvl.ei'h r.-.'
iretice.
A farm of 5-'t acres in Lower Payou.
Missouri and Iowa lands to sell or t'cchaue for
proierty in Indian.!.
Some wry vajuubte laud near Mattuon, Illinois,
for sale. , . K. H.SAItlN,
det , Iiisnrapoo'anil lien! Kstata;eotJ
g jiK.no 1.1 h
J. i n.tti. K.vir cv.
Water street, tlilee !., or
B
1 I.
above Main.
WK itre now nianuracturi'is Weifa' Patent Fold
Jnt; Spriiej: lti-d, the best nnd nut convenu-nt now
in use, ai it can be moved or handled without any
trouble, thill ami examine them. iauii-a
E. S. BABC0CK,
W lltiLKfiALF AND ttKTAIf. IiKALKU IN
DOORS ANi) BLLNbS.
KVANalVI L liR,. IN DIANA, v
flavH 'ntantl v u li;tiitl .isiiT lioourt uitl Koi.i.rnti
uti'I iStationarv ShaifK Ulinum, of Superior Alle
gany hnml'Or, Wt-II s,'fLtiU'Llt ami neatly ymi h! fond
ly iiiHiiiiiHi'tiirtMl. .
WHOLESALE CASH PRICES.
SASH
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tfAsu of other siy.es on hand, or put up at short
notice.
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TincKNKss. jS eftic:.
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other sizes made to order.
I IM
'-
- IlLINPS of alt ies iimdafo order.
U--h InioitS otherthan regular siy.,s on hau-l, or
uiatle uu short m.tlco. '. -. . ' " -.
iNsirs liloHhfeu to vrder: Piiildershould. ifp-i-sibh',
inali their Frames ol ri-jiiiar si'4w, Itiey can
then be KJipphVd at any lime.
t'eibntr, SidiirL, ami Flooring for sale. Ioiild
n.s i,f ai! si'.i-s. Kein ini; Hoards -', teet, lon't lor
sale ch,'jt, tne Window Contain.-; 1 Welvi-s lights.
All ol.f is luiisl be addressed to
. . V.. S. riABtUlCK,
ilj -.lyil-tw . , , ! UvalikvHls.il nd -
S
f tl.lt MlU.Vil. JJtt , lit: i -Jt:u-
MINFll IK St 'CCKfen. . 7
: COKiir: TII.oKNUIT.I. takes pleisnre iii in
oroiin his old etisiouii-rs that ill the ipialily an.!,
style of bis woi k. he Matters hiins.-lf lie cannot 1-e
eeeb'.l. i n, .n .-till be found at the corner of
i Second and Mailt slie,-is, where Ihe , hoicest liar
j uess and Siitl'lliHieyN-ry iie-na'iitton esu be obtfeti!
i eil on the bust ol terms.
r Mrtjr Kepaii iu done w ith uostuess aie.l dib'atch.
! SeCouJ-haud llarueesulwus on hand. lfcl
W WW. I
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il 1 Mt-
-"IIStHLLANEOUS.'
i mm Mr btll'l-l ' r J -... - - 1
, Dil. HAAS, having leased the rooms formerly oc
cupied by Dr. Kivctt, in Dr. Bray's building, o.io
site the Post Office, would respectfully solicit the
citizens of Kvansville and the eurrounding: towns
and country, o rioit his rooms ai.d see the speci
mens on exhibitioti. All thoHo who need lleiitul
oiK-ratious performed, and are pleased with his work,
shall 1-e attended to with creat pleasure. His
CONTINl Ul-S OVM
works without a scam or ciovice. Notliic will U;
more clean, or have floater ntrenth. liis tli.orK
Work has but two scams in a full upper or lower
set. , I'erson can luugli as buu tily es tlw-y clwaiso
without showing that their teeth arc artilicml, and
che-eks that are sunken au bo restored to nearly
their original contour. -
. ; lie also makeM the usual styles of plaii, and siin
ple gum tooth work 011 tdd and silver plate and
also the Cheoplastic work, which is much liked by
those who have used it. lie has also two processes
for extracting teeth without paiu u inhalation
uo injurious effects arising from lie irue the Most
delicate cau havo them applied with perfect satcty.
t'Purfiit v ill t ousaltttie health in,i lnty of
their childreti by having thq Iitiutit iires:t liieir
m-cond dentition, thereby pi tsliicin symiiK-try and
health to those invaluable m aiis.
tety I takw pI'.-.iMire in introducim- fir. Has1',
formerly of I.aiayetle, Iml., my Kiie,-t-s.-or to tho
old rooms in llray's bnildiii;;, hoping ho uill lim!
them both pleasant alid proti table -' From my in
tercourse with the Doctor, 1 aiu pleased to find bitil
one of the proressiui:; porisessiu taste and hi',h
professional abiliiy and suiuding. VVit'u this view, I
can, with safety, recommend him to th" eotiiiitiinity
as a skillful ami coin pel. oi, t dentist '
apIS J- lilYF.TT.
&.9IITH'ff t.HHK
T..V K10111 .tud
eorat'ter this date, .laiiilal.v '-id.
t..io. 1; coHipb'te as
sortment Ktf OIIC tools Will Is lollUil ill ' ; 1 I i'J it
S. SoNNTAd .1- CO . No. HI Main stu. t. vol
whom we have made Mrlnuenienls to soli tail
oods, at our prices, and make (;oo,l all lo-ds that
are broken by detect 111 wot kuianship.
janl-2 " J. C. .k .1. C
-MI'lll
ff f ttM I:'
.ti. ii i-.i t -ti it t:s
1,1
JtJBL Vmilh'
siip-rior a v.'?..
lo do Suit! b's draw inti k ni el.
'Jo Jo , . , iuttciiefs. . , .
f 1I0 ' j:i.ibliiiijj: bvs'S.
For sale No. In Main .lieet,
janlU ;KO: S. SON. 1 AC
50
it. itis JV'O. 1 tKihf.n uv.i : n 1. 1.
per steamer Li hic.li, by ; . . - -. f
ol: KNSOX .t CO.
fe'r.f.'.M.'.iT nt-
of the .Slet III I y Inm
run -rf'.v .-.
,'K I i'll CAM , I i- l,,'.'-!-
1, Dcyj
Cah oil baud .
Cash in i 'ontiueuial bank, awaltin
veslnn-ut
Cn.-h in Hank Coiiiluonweatth..
ts.il 4--i
,r..IM7 47
Total.'....
Itink Stocks
-nti
It
-hales
t!ank
Ain'n
liank
t omiuer'-e
Kx. Hank
New 01 k
l; k N
Allleriea
, . 214 nbB parval. S il.olmwoitb 2-!.7i:
TeinjHirary Loans i, 'cured by ll.no.S I'. S. ,
Coupon Ponds and' iia shares llesolllie
Fire lnsi;ranee Company p..:i"fi ttf
llondsHud lori-ai:-i.s Is'iut; liist lien, ,tc. Pir.,l'-o 110
PrelUillUIS Uncollected ... 'J,.l -Sit
Accrued Ins. on P.oiid" 'ind Moi l;;aes
Temmraiy Loans t'.7f 1 71
1'alaiic ilue irotu Agents... ' PI rri
Total
Capital Stock
Surplus
K'.'l Ml
, 8.1 HI.IHKI III!
44,S!)1 SO
-SM I..S-.II W
No Liabilities.
' "JOSEPH WAT.tlEi:
H. L. -If avium k, S crelary.
Pies' t
STATU (Hi1 SKW VOUK,
( ll'V ACOI'NI VOF NKW VoKK
Pei'Konally lllifienred before ine tiii
NoveioU-r, A. D. Is'-ii, .losepli Vi'aiktir
lay f
i'i'lit.
aiol Ki. ii::itl I. iiaytl'-rK, Ni;iv
r;ty I' ir 1 nsnr met (-umpay,
Vorl, hii.I Ki-vrrtiHy noirnt .) thri
it;il iv liiojii Hiiiwrilwil in '!' f
arv, of f ii.- hV.-.i.
f ;Ih i'ity of NrW
Hi" vvilliiti -ct-.-ml
1 n'. lo tin-
I..- ot ill- it k:
!nw Iftlir- it ml iifii t.
1 ius. ii tiiui:
CimimiH.ionrr hr ili Sliottl
J lull;' fin,
ill V.trk.
Ii il v.i'ii Ili 1 -v 0! (n
v K 'onij,' an atol i ii!'--t'ity
ai J-XariNviil- ut,i
TUa rcMn;.ati has roijit
-itiaiia roHt'tM iiiitLi: I ntira n-ar-il
t- iiiUv ru tli
V amloi Imi i;h oimi, lat
t.
: t At
i ;l ill
To the inibJic.-
ffrifH mWjWj: tt .i rti 1 s
AV. si; lat , have t'n vwv- imm ,iH.ihf mail
ol our rivr.- to ov i - lo liieir i j; m . I
ins nn llio w.A.lr in recki at:! !:. voni.
fltntilit.(r K u ; ('ijnxith'rable e.Tt4-nt iht Imitnta
IhikIh: u ln u tltc rivers tv. ,.u:. uliidi may k cx
ijoi'ltil S'ou, fi.fji (lit- !!; ui far oi Ji'.-i v tn::
uthh' nstiu-r i Jii.iiMil to Use m tiW.nvj: ray. of'tl
tniniiuer pitlu. produ.:': thv m:i!ar ia, loi'h t-rov-
K4 talal lit it- cum ni, MH- iii.a: ulioU tiH'. .-'IHI
rui)in iit'UU AiiQ IHM' ttt-x in it to,iin-w in
li.arrh.
Allcri n-siilt'iHH' of more than, twcnlv yais
the vMiilo and N'OtlnTii Srat-H, wo lliink vo liavt
UiriCoVfrrd 11 iii'icine which, ttt a corijiin oxtOHt
is h iiievt'iitalivo !" tlu-attacka of liiion:J lev
acriio, Ac., and tut hucU rvooiunu'iiil our Magnolia
Whisky.
Wti wish Iht' puTitii: lt umh-rctaiHl th.'tt vt uro
Itot uiv'i'; upon llo ni I in ust ol htriii ltiiiiurcaM
it lvTiit' W v uro ami at wa s Unw U-i-ii, oi.pt .
thfir Ik iit n'tl in that way, hut it mmi I(4 w ill nsfl
tin-in itrf Much. Int t tie in lmv hy ail nHnnn
.uro article ttiut vlti k4 p iIk-iii in lualt !i, an
Unirtiu u in.stoa tit p itortwiiiiir thoir ht-s. t- pro
M-Ht tm'll hIwr.t) pur atnl iiinnlulterntoil Jjhiimrs
tor uiwlieinnl imi ptjtv, uml a liiile for -Witt iitoiit
uchV nakft, if rt-juiri'i, aji.l will rhalifii.j an
Hi'eotion by the t chPitiistH in thir or anv oilier
country, to fiii'l any iiuonritv or adulteration
lim whi.sky hraiul;.l hy u, A di Howe's Mac
nol:a." It is warrant' (I, iwit n disttlU'd lruui II
vorut ryo, or ivhut, with aHliht athiition of
irttt!rn wat-r. i'e have no douht many jKifwns
nave i:-'M rtuiit ii m hBaiin, it not actually Hiilotl, py
urtiiKini; dint vlu;-ky, thu tfrralrr tit rtaou ti
M.ms ut nuwcH puru jiaiioJui miottni i.n m r n
erai ur. Just rorpived uiki In ht4.rlor nain
. 10 I., I'ipeaaw'ii iiramlu- (oliIHroma to 7 V. lis
1 -1 1 Holland win ; .j jnn-!icotiH out Kimi.
aixo . AiiLJS A lllWKS. Wjittr nt.
FMWSkS 9s it 44 K S T T4KJS44 4 Ml a
-A TA BLISII M KN'T TN TUK STATE
mm
t if
..;F.l?eDdricli & Brothers,
Won la rit4'trullv iutoriu tin citiZfTin ot l')tnH-
viltrt mo! vi ii.it:y, that lliy havn a htiitr nlork 4.f
Thau any two etaMUhm-iit.f of our i-riiif-ul
t'itit-rf.
HoU'Ih mill storv-ki't'iifri, liMjk t y.nir intt-n-Mts.
I'lore lnit haiiivr elr-M ho'- , ilo;is4 .vuiiiiur our
lai usfioi l infill, which . iiIdH oiirsoitcH to M
at tin louvst I tali itnor pi upm, u i i I h:iM-r than
ask ii that yH -halt cull aiii iiti;:- tor y4J.rs to.
Vt4iU-r auy ttiH urwrtv nt uh-.l.wilt or r. I.til.
Our tUtl'lihmtiit. U a t-i.tj;:li of tho wll kn ovn
'XtfiMiv' lia It i mom Toharco M'aivlMiJ ot .Im.
K-nilrii-h -f tiros., Nt. V,H Korst street.
- t ; . KKSI-KH'ir I.KMS.,
x . " AJijia Ht.t 1 thw.r ,-Vvv' l'irfit;
oV:l5t " ;k:uts iUr. Ind. ..-
i.f.l tr 990W9if MT9R T.,
V S. door alivo Vine. 8)lo Manularturort of lim
;clchratcd Magnolia Vliiskj
or F.VArtVII-T,K, INI,
J.l-'-AH kindnof lo.n-'f4fin l.itjtutr:), hrnl r,m
nt. jg a htrt Hiipply ot ld Mini t li..i : IttMirhtni
Rr Mononalnia Whinkv. r HUii I -tlx w 1 y
Innl J.'i.M"! iMHnN l uvvr hiiHo, t;ii.-!oJt i .
yiU, itu-li w ill k -I ;it ho ..w.-t pric m
It-hit JAnut IN.li'M ,VS'iN
E.I V t U FTM-'.StS .J T I (1ST !
i.U
I a t title
oSl.fsl ea
hall'
pi ice,
nlol
lot-
Ms Ii.
Price, !l.i I ts
K. K l.l.s
g IS.IUIH.- f.S.l tt.1 l..iitif.
WB si'e unit heavy, Itn- corn. Alo a i,eill lot
ol I'.air liiisb.'l, iloiibU' iiiitiv bas tor bran, ,1c., for
s , l lew , lor casb, by lKo. 'o,'l'Kl; iV .'o.
', l-bll v , . , . - , t(ir. t.iM-iiHi at .A- i'oik'1
AiUlM, IOIIN tnnTl ONC-IIAI.F
"S Akir-! extra n;lt bsnd I'oM ILmIs ; 2 ditto coin -moil
Isauie ii;e, ) at itriuie test, for cash, to ciose out
jauio -
CliAULFS S. WF.LLS.
MISCELLANEOUS?
New Grocery Store:
lViMi.r TO JtVCOJIlMOitJt TK
WW the public atid ourselves as much a pom
ble, we have opened a branch ot our establishment
at
AO. S,WATKlt ST.. VET. ZIAIX & SYCAMOKr.,
w hore we would take pleasure in supplying lami
lies and steamboats with fancy nnd staple gruterits,
provisions, Jtc, at the lowest possible rates. It is
our iiili-ntiou to do as near a CASH business as pos
sible, at the new stole, but for the acconimodc.t ion
of prompt paying patrons who may not have the
'needlul" loirveiiieut, we will take their order and
have them chained at the old stand, No. 8i Main
street, wl.eie business will be carried on as former
ly. Thoseinteresled in the purchase of steam laiat
stores w ill please pim us a trial, as we think we can
make it their interest so to do.
YICKKUY IJKOS.
jj 4 i, H ii Ii Mt Ji!-J U.S V
Li n c-iveil per steamer Clcndale-IliTlbs Cum
Ko e, &1I sizes; lbs Uuui i'ai kin, all sii-s: 2iri
lbs Cotton 1'ackin, all Lizes; So reeia Hemp I unk
ing, all bi.es; 2 bids No. I Coal Oil; 5 bids No. I
Lard Oil. A!soy5i0,IK'il of those celebrated Wheel
iu) .oLie Citurs. . For sale at th lowest f'ices
-0111-. JACOB SINZ1CH 1c. SON,
febll tf Front, bet. Sycamore and Vine sts.
i. Ji3 XW'X O XTJJLm I
rjSMtJK , i.rt bimrHMt :oui.ii
M- rcss'Ctrully itiforin their friends aurf the pub
lic ncuerally, that they have removed their ollice
ana store to their new building on First utreot, three
diHi-H alsive Pine-street, near tho foundry, w here
they will be ald to give more prompt attention
lo thonrders ol tlmir customers. A large . lot -O
M'9 will bo wold out at' retail, at wholesale- f.i lees,
in aider td close out the stock. - -."--.
dec" KKATZ A IIEILMANr
CHKISTIAN KKATZ W . IlKILMAk.
K11ATZ & HEILMAN.
C1TV KOUNDUY!
M A N t 1 F A I IT V U K US A N U It II I LI E KS O F 1ST K A M
F.NCINKS AN1 BOlLKlCS,
Saw and Grist Mill Machinery, Tobacco Screws,
f; u iu none; alack ii lee, Ch ine.se Sugar Caue at ills,
Tlirusili' II mc t I ilea, dee.
KV ANSVILLE, INIi
rgVtK FUOVlllKTOltlt oi' THU CITY FOl
Jit dry beg leave to inform their fr euds and the
public in general, that they are prepared to do nil
kinds ol - ' ' .'
-MACHINK ANI FINSHINO WORK,
Mid everything iipiortaiiiiiig to the Foundry bust-lies--
'I lev are inannlai lining Sit AM Knuinu ak d
Itoiin.sol any sie and power required. Saw fill!
Mai iiiiier,- and Mill Ceeriug ot any size; Iiist.il
l,-i and Mining Machinery, Yoliacco ticrews, Cnin
niiiiK Alai biie-s, T hltishiu4 Machines, Malt 51oi.,
I J, t s,.'m wers, i 'oru -shelters, Macliiuery ot all ktmls
iiiade and it-paii-d. I roil and brass Castim-s ot
i-o'iA tI,-st-rij'lioiin I roil Ibiilseji otits, Cellar Orate
,!i. i 'o'd. in.; aod I teatiii. Stoves of the hi test im
proved patterns; Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, &c.
UKtLU 101, S, HISTILViKr;.-;, UKCTIFIKUd.Al,
S ippli sl with' 'vey. Jlesci tpl'mn of CSipper ana
Shci I ion Wot k , tlrew im Kettles, Itetvinerators,
Att'ii.i'oi;ioi-s, SpHCios,, siillkeads arid Worms ob
an improved principle. 4:oliiinits for Alcohol tols,
Veiil .In.'s, -j4iis, Syphons, te.; t;op-si', Lead and
iron Pipe; I 'upper, tlras-4 and I roll Pumps- f everij
v.ii-ift , lor t-e,-r, s,irils, oil, ifc; Hrsss tlock. and
Val r-s, Sleani Instles, .tc. ... . . v . .
"Workmen son! to all pat Is to fit tin work and do
r-pii.-s on Si.'.-.iii Po ib is. Copper und Shvel Iron
Work.ife.
tit.H M1CTALS tiOUGnT.'
They aro dealiusr t:i nnd selliirg Alleu's TmproTed
Sli .ua Oniiuo, Vvioiif;lit Iron weldisl Pities and Tu
bing, lliiam tlopki'is' linpr.ived Nmut Machine,
Siepbeii II iikhes' Flour Separators, tiiainsji poll-ttii-HUolll.-tiillM
ll.i tie It. ltinj;, Packing, Hum-,
of I he lust I, ill. I: Tieplale, S'M-el Irot., Bloek In,,
Pie. ! ion, I'.abit M. i.il, S . Itei . FiteUrick.
, i;i y buveeveiy be'jlity Hi' the bast Machinery
ami wn I. uou. ami v ill t.ivo all work en trust eJ O
tU' lil, ile il ilolit i llcl utlelitiou, lilllllj; or,ei
pioiiiptly, wtii'isiit itni fheir-work, and are satistieJ
Mil'i reasonable prices. ... - v -
tiff,, Tin I Sa!,-Itiio'n-, Ko. GO Main street;
oi.iiil.' , lloiler LmUiiil Machine Shop -yii pine
st 1 1-e! , lu-t w "en Fii'.Jf Mint Secoiiil streets, Jl.vaiit.
Tiite, I iidlan-i.
,,"''T
St : 1 1. KM. We tiavs en
lllltl MMIIlilv id'
0A
H ta
rn L -J
O
0
H-3
c
tr
o
is;
a
o
IT;
I I r-.
w 'rn'i--) ",,i
- CO
0
!
w can also furnish. XUAi K bCALKS of anv ca
pacity, i nese cii ams uru irom tlie iiiaiiufactori o
K. T. FAIllIlAMiS fc CO., tit. Jounsburfr, er.
niout. I.very Scale is tov ted and sealed, alel war
ran ted correct. Fob tostiinooinls we refer to th
U'ousauds tif persons usiiiK them. '
iiOti-StiltOOK CO., AenU,
oov2-l Water street. Kvainviilo.
II .ALT V Tl'Cv
XI V'Ur UAJ. IJ kD
GERMAN MEDICINES!
. TUK tiUKAT v
ST A N TJ A R I) REM E D I R S
of tho prusent ae, havo acquired their Kreat iop
ularity only throng h years of trial. L'nbonnd
ji datistiction is 'rendered by them is all '
CIISI.'S.
H00FLA ND'R
G E Ji MAN li IT T E R S
f ' wnx rosiTivr.iit!i:i; .
Liver Complaints, i)yspevla, Jaiiudics, Nervous
Debility, Iiiseases of the Kidneys, and all disease
arisiui; frtiin a disi-rdered liver, or weakness cf thiv
stum.V-h and dip;eslive organs,
AMI WILL I'ONITIVKI.V TttEVWiT
I 7iifii Vi.ci-r, liilittus Feerr, and Fttvr and A ..
S o our Alinainic for proof. Price 75cls per bet il.
llOOFLAMrft . ItAWAMta CORDIAL
will eieurtVKi.v (I'EK
Coniihs, Colils.or Hoarseuess, Bronchitis, Influ
enza, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption,
and has performed the most nstotiishiug cores ever
known of .
V UNFI K M K D CON SIJMPTI O N
As a Piari ho-a coidial it is uuequiUod. Price 76
ulr, lii.ttle.
lioOl-LAND S "GERMAN PILLS,
-nitf well-known throughout Kurope aud Atnex
n nee.T no co.-Miii.-iid. ttion here. They are purely
i lal.l", are prepare! with ;reat exactness and
Mit u -co.ite.1..' No Metier Cathartic Pill can l.e
fiend. Price 2i cents iwr box.
Tie so medicine itre pri;ired by Dr. C. M. JacK-
fiv d Co,, Philadelphia, Pa., and .St. Louis. Mo..
1 are sold by ilniiriiists and dealers in medicines
-ivwheie. Vlie sinaturv of C. M. Jackson will
bo on the otithide of eiieb liotl le or box.
In oar " rir;.rl.;, Almanac." oublisheo an.
iiitiiiU, ton will I ind testimony and conimen.l.lorv
on.-.-, Irom all psrts of the mini try. These alrnn
ais r.ii' rjiven away ,v nil our avnts
i hF.WAICH OF VOVNTEUmiTS.
See that, you Ket ll,-,tian.r., lo rinan Bitters, pie -u.-.l
l.y 1 Jr. C. M.. lack son. Pl.ibuiaii.tiia. P....,l
i hat Ins siri.ul uie ison the w rapper of each kettle
inie. AiM-ius lor H.VUtlRVtllM. lnl -
L-ii'li S, t ai lste.ll ,
do
do
do
lie
-i. 1 ,-t..- a.. I.' ; ' -. 'T
"'..ais
J. W. HUGHES.
Id Main street, Fvanarille.
crater sworled, the t'oontry Trade, on
oct6
bmi'l.
i
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P ,1 v ' J
f) r '-1' - "- ; - -.-, - '13 1
Pig VJMi
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