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THURSDAY MoHNINi; 1 1" N K 11 TEMPLE a E H O .VO H Division. No. 54, i. of T.. EVE BY FUDiT KVENIM;. oVKli WTM the Telegraph office, on Water street. JOSEPH UVXRKLL, W. P. J. McXnr, V . A. H. L. Bricket. R.H. V B. Murphv. A. Ii. B. G. Lent, T. J. Trlble, 0. W. Storton, ('. F. Gillet, A. C. 8. Weed, 1 B J. O. Swope, O. 8. api-21 CANDIDATES. For Dlatrlct Attorney. Ni w i U'-.u, Jane fib. Gkntlcmkn : You will please announce luy name in jour . a nor a candidate for the office at District Attorney for tin- Common Pleas District composed of the counties of Posey, Vanderburgh Oibson and Warrick Ellis Lewis. For County Treasurer. Br. Editor: Pleate announct the name of J. M . Caldwell as a candidate for County Treas urer at the next October election. mar20. For Judge Court Common Picas. John Pitcher, of Posey County, hat been solicited to become a candidate for the Judge ship of the Court of Common Pleas, by a number of Attorneys of tha District, and has couseutxd to the use of his name in that connection. The an nouncement is therefore made accoidiugly. The friends of Ben. Stlnson, Esq., mn nource him as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Comman Pleas, at the Octolier election. A Company of mounted Wide Awnkes is beicg organized iu Chicago. John Minor Botts does not endorse very heartily the nomination of Bell and Eve rett. He intimates strongly that people bad betterturn their faces to honest old Abe. The Parin correspondent of the Daily News gives a report that France and Rus sia had agreed in the partition of Turkey. England was to be offered a share, and if she refused, they will go on without her, "e are informed by HillA Orbison, who - instituted an inquiry into the matter, . -Nhe fly has made its appearance in the ' v and threatens to do much damage in -'-'.d other northern counties of the f. Wayne Times. : Mo i-der of Prof. Crawley has pro leep feeling in Cincinnati, and was attended by a large con- gpitizens. No clue has yet been dis- j riiurthe murderer?, and the Mayor has offered a reward of $50fl fur G R(f Bismuth died in Hiiisboro', ou .dnesday, from the effect of a lelon ou bis .gtr. Vicksburg Citizen. Pray, won't the Democratic party die from having thousands of felons nj.un us bauds? Lou. Jour. c5ftSecretary Floyd has summoned Cm era! Harney to Washington, with a view of vrauging for a campaign against the Shosh oaes and other Indians. It is to be plan ned on a large scale, as the Government a-e satisfied we are to have war at the ex pense of many millions. Thb Kockvjlle Road Mr. Ebbitt, the etgineer engaged in running the route from this city to Uockville, for the extension of tht E. & C. Railroad, informs us that the sutvey has been completed, and the line run j tirough has been fixed upon by the direc tory as the permanent route for the road. The road will be nearly an air-line, the only deviation being at or near Markle's Mill, where a slight curve wa m ule necessary in order to get at an eligible place to cross Otter Creek. T. B. Journal. Thk Croi's. Through Edwards County, '.he majority of the wheat fields look rather jloomy, although here and there, we saw 'ome that will give considerable returns ; in in Richland County, the prospect is :inch better. We saw some fields which '(though the stalks are not a3 high as usu 1, yet that were well headed, and standing ufficiently thick to make a full average rop. Jn Llay County tne wheat did not xk quite so good, yet we saw some that j oked very fair. Throughout the whole route, the corn joked beautiful and almost invariably ex ibited evidence of having been well put in ! id of being well tended. After a careful J irvey we were fully convinced that much lore Wheat will be garnered than was tpposed possible in the spring. Grayville ndenetident NEW ORLEANS CARDS. rTm. SHORT A CO.. Commission Merchants, No. 94 Camp Street, NEW OltLEA NS, LA. j M. SHORT. of22-rfld R. g. HOWAUi. ! H. EAIRCU1LU .JOHN W. B1NUU AM ' TT d Tnmtii i" p ctr (Successors to T. C. Twitciikll Sl Co.,) ouimissioii Merchants. 70 POYDUAS STREET. octt S!W OKLKANS M. MEJVJE1I W tX CO., C'OMMMS siou and forwarding Merchants, No. St), Poy as Street, New Orleans, La. mySn-in ly to. jvoel, stoi m commission Merchant and proprietor o Stock Stables, jw Orleans. La. jauK4'57-ly. PREII. It til, HOJVIIRIO, t ommis. sion Merchant, No. 7 Lafayette struet, New Or ins, for the sale of butter, cheese, lard, eggs, dried ' lits, Flonr, Meat and all sorts of Western Pro ce, and for the purchase of Groceries, Ac. Cash varices made on consignments. malo-ly j "1ARII THMt PJVM9M M SMCtJVM MM, J for many vears chief Clerk ia the house of HN HURLEY & Co., bigs to offer his services ! Commission Merchant, to the friends and patrons that house, now that it has retired from business. With this end in view I have formed a co-partner- ip with Mr. E. W. Benton, senior of the old and I U known firm of E. W. Benton & Co., under the me and style ot BENTON &KINU, to take place the 1st of May, prox. The subscriber relies for support upon the friends ( the old house ef JOHN HURLEY 4 Co., who re had opportunities, of experiencing the prompt- 1 and ability with which he attended to their siuess. Very respectfully, THOMAS KING, Corner of Lafayette and New Levee streets, i iew Oi leans, April 27. 1S6S. atujS-y S. TWTCHELL, 3M MISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANT, ST. LODIS, MO. .'. . advances made on consignments to cither 1 our houses. BEFF.B TO lessrs. Allis A Howes, Bement A Voile, Howard Itowd, Evanaville. jyfi MmiC KIJV, toKKTUOCSK eX Co., w COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, So. 18 Poydrai Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. U WILKIN. ..W. R. OBXATHOrSE...J08. Q1TZI.NOEB. Ve giTe our personal attention to the sale at To co, Corn, Wheat, Hay, Oats.Tlour, Pork, Bacon, d, kr augU 9 KTHELL...R. G. ABBOTT... .KB. FALLS , B. P. ETHELL & CO.. otiiiiiissiou and Forwarding MercliarLts, . tOl MAGAZINEST., NEWORLEANS, LA. RCrEKKNCRS ! eo. Foster A Co., Brown A Aikiiinii, and V G. iley, Ivansville, Ind M. Phelps A Son, Miner A Weed, Neaburg, M. Leavenworth, K-., , John It. kvsrtSfHi, ,Mt. Vernon, lud. P. Hndsputh A Co., Boouville, In.1 eo. Atkinson, Es., W. W. Ottlil, i - . , Hei. ion, Ky. ock, Wick A Co., D. f. Benedict A Son, Lou. Me, Ky. Jy6 ' 'I'll.. X'.. ui.,1 Ktarllinir Put The New stud StartlinK Poem of tlic Drets for tlie Hair. CANTO I. Miss Klor.i McKiiHii.i v ot M idison S'inarc , A lady of fashion, of wealth and of beauty. Spent money like water for stuff for the hair. And did it hecavae she thjuht it a duty, To faint the tine lily to perfume the rose To gild refined gtld though few would suppose Miss Flora McFlimsey, w ith beauty so rare, Required aught to make her more charmingly fair. CANTO II. Miss Flora had heard of a noted Profexsor, Who dressel his own hair, tho' not a hairJreacr, With a uiagieal, wonderful, great p eparatiou, (Sow mmi in vat quantities over the nation.) This noted Professor was gray a.- a rat At juvenile thirty no older tliau that Ami the amount of poor hair his crown had upon it, (Though u jw as black as a raven's wing. With lustre enough for a ball room king,) Would not have been accepted, such was its harsh and dry character, by any fa-diiouist, however bald sh might have been, who e'er wore a bonnet. This is all of thi beautiful and startling poem which will lie published iu this paper. If you de sire t learu the effect of the preparation which M iss McFlimsey applied to her hair, call at 312 Broad way, and Pr'fesaor Wood's as'" will prove to you that Wooil's Hair Restorative is one of the best ar ticles for beautifying and promoting the growth mid restoring the origin il odor of the hair, ever put before the world. Caction. --Beware ot worthless imitations, as several are already in the market, called by differ nt uanios. Use ii union Lhc words (Professor Woot"s Hair Restorative, I)eot St. Louis, Mo., ami Now York) are blown in the bottle. Sold by all Druggists an 1 Patent eliriue deal ers. Also, by all Fancy and Toilet Uo.mI-. dealers in the United States and Canada. JaMtt taMr lie a It h eiua pure blood lire i uiepuru ble. ReC(dlect th-t all sickness arires lroin mipto ily of the ! ,s. ..H.I that Judson's .Mountain ID lb Pills will so surely th(d ii' and cleans', theme im pui'it es Irom the system, trail ill irairj cannot -xist. So tfiiiipl.-und innocent are the herbs and piants . ciuiose them, Hsnt it is not nee. ssmy to bare them sugar coatd in cider that the aUirach can bear them. In m.tt csjmsj, Pills are snar coated because the net erials of sM h they are Made are so griping iml malignant, that otbei Issj a delicate stemach cool, I not bear them These Pills ilea 1 with dista-e as it is, and will net only cure by removing tee cause, but will build ui' and les'ore the broken const it ution. There ai i nnny ho have so trilled with their cB slitutions tbat they think medicine r iH help them; let not eea these despair: incredulity and scepticism is overthrown by a mass of testimonj' ! wli'cli ts truly irresistiblo. At first the virtues as ciiU'd to these MOUNTAIN HERB PILLS were i ileemod t'.ibulo'.H. The public had been bo often ! .deceived tint Ihey could not believe the simple truths advamed by their discoverer. Yet facts up. deniable, attested by witnesses of the highest chai Bcter and ivsectability, have proved, and ar j pr. vitig each day, the virtues of this " mighty i hea'er " They mark by their miraculous rtttfirj aiol power a new era iu mediciue. Judson 8 Mountain Herb VMs Med Mouo- ' tain Herli Wfirm Ten lire sold by all merli- I cine Dealers. jqaeit-irAUkw i HoUoicat'm Pill nuH Ointment Pnl. , pilatiou of the heart is frequently caused by indi- j gestion or relaxed state ot the nervous system. A ' course of a few weeks of these invaluable medicines will tliminish llie irregular throbbing, and by re moving the source, restore its natural pulsation. 1 To assist the functions, not to force them, is the ' trie secret of success. HollowaT's medicines and I treatment are baaed on the simple laws of nature ! by annihilating th cause the effect disappears. Sold at tho manufactory. No. at Maiden Lane, 1 New York, and by all Druggist.-, at 25c., 62c.,. and $1 per box or pot. junelo-lwdAw itr. oaf etler't till I ere hare received the warmest encomiums from the press ami people j thioughioit the Union. As a valuable tonic tor the cura of Dyspepsia, Flatulence, Constipation, and grueral nervous debility, it cannot I a proaclied. Every day, new cases of its gn at etkVH are citron icled through our public journals. There is noth ing e.jual to the enjoyment which the afflicted ex perience when HSJeMj i li valuable specific. Its mild tone, its sure and vigorous action upou a dis "rd. rel stomach, anil the cleansing of the entire human body, should recommend it to all classes of our community. All that will Is? necessary to con- I vim e the moat skeptical of its healthy effects, is to purchase a bottle and be satisfied. For sale by Druggists and dealers generally every, i where. juuel2 lwdAw (' your ." We take g-reat pleasur'iu rtvomwi, tiding the Mexican Miittanu Liniment as a valuable and iTi1lisp4.nsaT.le article for Sprains, Sores, Scratches or Calds on Horses). ' Our men have used it for severe lStirus, Bruises, Sores, Stiff Joints and Rheumatic Pains, and ai! say it nets like magic. We use no other Liniment, ; J. W. 1IKWITT, Foreman for American, Harndeu's t:nd Wells, Fargo A Co.'s Express.'1 " Gesti.kmen : I ha I a negro man worth SI, is), who took cold front a bad hurt, and was useless for fer one year ; I had used everything 1 could hear of without benefit, until I tried the Mustang Lini ment. It has crfcetly cured him, and I .-all now take the above price tor him. Respectfully yours. JAMES DOitKANlE." eery Planter, Teamster, and Family should have this invaluable article. Sold by all respect able dealers everywhere. BARNES A I'AltK, Proprietors, juiieI2-limlAw NewYjrk. Hair Uye: -Hair Jtye.'.' -Jfnlr Miye'.'.!- Williain A. Batchelor's Hair Dye ! Th- original and best id the world '. '. I All others are mere im itations, and should be avoided, if you wish to es cape ridicule. GUAT, REM, or RUSTY Iluir Died instantly to a beautiful aud Natural Bl own or Black, without injury to the Hair or Skin. Wit TEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awarded to Wm. A. BarriirLoB sinco 1830' and over 80,000 applications have been made to the Hair of the Patrons of his famous De. W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color not to be distinguished from nature, and is warrastld not to injure in the least, however long it may bo contiuned, and tho ill effects ot bad Dyes remedied ; the Hair ii.vigoraied for lite by this Splendid Dye. Sold in all cities and towns of the United States, by Druggists and Fancj- Goods Dealers. D(jL,The Genuine has the name and address upon a steel plate engraving on four sides of each Box, of WILLIAM A. BATCHEI.OK, marl7-lyrdAw 11 Bond street. New York. Wife! Wif.'.' Wtg-.'.'! Balchetor'm Wigs aud Toupees surpass all. They are elegant, light, easy and durable Fitting to a charm no turning up behind no shiiukiegoff the head ; indei d, this is the only Establishment where these things are properly understood aud madj 10 Bond Street, New York. marl7-tyrd.tw Bod lam Miniug Company, Evansville, IndiAna Office on Water street, bctweun Main and Locust Coal, ia tuautiiiesot n.,t less than 80 bushels, de livered 'o any part of tho city, ut 10 cnts per bHi'h At the pit, 8 cents. JOHN WYMOND, octW Secretary and Manager. imWJCK K UK I., WMITK PMSH J .V 'WM Pickled Herring.- 2(K packages for sale by jun-2 8. E. GILBKRT A CO. fICTUeV-M MX. X 1KS. KJCMI M quarts and Ji g"s, tor sale by juneL' S. E. GILBERT A CO. IO HOXKS I 1. 1- ll. I- n Hl.cs. 10 ' half " " 15 " quirts and pints, ' Just receives! at COOK A LAXGLEY's KAA BVto.MM CVRMU It It Hi Mt tUUU Beef. 2,000 lba Prime Clear Sides. Received this day at COOK: LANGLEY'S . BUSINESS CARDS. I - A. LEMCKE fc CO., Produce and Commission MERCHANTS. WmV-JJ-JI 8XL,ie aajfiJX. H i is us. MM Feathers, Seeds, Tallow, Beeswax, Beans, green and dried Fruit, Potatoes, Eggs, Ginseng, and all o ner Produce. Office north Water street, under City Hotel. mar'J-'imd "WmTgTnewitt. PR A CTJ CA L GARDEXER. CM CI. HIJ'ItH O f to H It K I J to, M. executed iu the neatest style. Grass ptots aud gardens laid out and improvements of all kinds made to order. Vines aud all kinds of trees care fully pruned. Gardens taken to keep in order by the year if required. Plans of hot houses, green houses, pits, Ac, and designs for gardens sent ou the shortest notice. He has no objection to visiting places near Ev ausville. Hot water appuratus attached to hot houses, green houses, Ac. Residence, on First Avenue, next door to H. D. Allis, Evausville. Early orders will much oblige aud be promptly filled. feb!7 williamT bikrboweb, WHOLESALE DRUGGIST AND DEALER IN PA IX TS, BR r 'SUES, OIL S. VA R XI SI I, Window Glass and glassware, Perfumery of all kinds, Medicinal lirandie.t, Wine, $c, $c. Waehlng-ton Ktocli, MeUn ttreet. EVANSVILLE, INC. CuS" Proprietor of the Genuine Bell's Tonic. foblb-lTd j JAMES T. WALKER . JUSTICE OF THE PEA C E AMD GENERA L COLLECTING AGENT, Evansville, Indiana. Office ou Third street, between Main and Sya more streets. Louisville Tobacco Agency, COR FIRST AND MAIN STREKT, EVAN SVILLE, INDIANA. UJVOE It SI O.V it HJiS wm nil Mi M ..pei, ii an ajreucv for the stile of all kinds of Mattitf-ctured ToIkicco and Cigars, and will sell as i cheap HI the cheapest. 1 eayejeioDy invite the patronage- of the city j trade, who will lind it to their iuterest n give me I a call. 1 have also opened a complete retail stock of I Candies, Nuts, Kaieins, Lemons, &c. Also, a superior article, of (jiuo Powi'ier, V. .uup- j llvsou and Imperial leas, to retail at . i cents i";r pound. (iive mea trial. JAS I.. SPALDING, jani-ff g nt for Daniel Spaldiiiu', j r. J . c, nijb"l I N c , . . s-.'l. WITH I Kl ''Olll.S ft Co., ClNOiSXA't 1. Manntacttii . of FIRE AND BURGLAtv PROOF Corner Tlitrtl nmt Division Streets i VASSVILIE, iyo. Coumantly ou hand, all different sixes ! Sins, latest styles and ijupto..m.nts ruararrreed to he iqual in durability and finish to any Eastern msi.it facturera, at the lowest Cincinnati prices. Also Manufacturers of LOCKS, WALL SA MBS, -HI' T I Kits. Etc., all finished iu the tesi stylu of workmanship. Isiiecimens of Safes, etc., may Is seen at Messrs. Koelker, Kinsman ft Co., 7(i Main Btreet, to whom all orders nuts' be addressed. angil Family Groceries. Wm. Oald.well, AO. U, HitiiT UT., BET. MAIS ,r LOVl bT. MMJlS 0,' H.l.'lt UJVMM WILL HK- MM ceive regularly during the cominir winter aud priug, a choice article of SHAKEU TABLE UVTTEH. Also Poultry, Egits, Vegetables, Dried Fruit lloniminv, Beans, Split ieas. Leaf Le.rd, Ac. FLOCK A-VD MEAL My stock of staple and faucy grocorlea is largo and complete. Give Partner a call. ,. H. tJ Is delivered to auy (.art of the city free of charge. deel JOHN IVINSON, tlANCFACTCKali OF STATIC N AR Y AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES BOILERS! Coiner Leet and Water Streets, Evmnetilte Indinna. J. c. 4- J. G. SMITH, So. 1H7 JMuIn street, Cor. Sevi-nlli, EVANSVILLE, IND. g 1 1UTEECI. h'OR THE PAST PAT WM ronage bestowed upon theia, beg leave to in form their friends and the community iu general that with the aid of new machinery, thfy are ena bled to turn out work superior to that of any Mast, era make. Those who wish to have good TOOLS, ami at the same time encourage home manufacture, can suppl themselves at tho factory. Hatchets, Axes, Hoes, Draw Knives, Pork Oleav ers, Millers' P ick, slid Edned Tools of all kinds, made of double refined cat steel, and warranted qual to auy in use. janzl.ly W-mHEECEM if RltotoS, WUOKE salo dealers in Groceries, Produco. Nails, Window Glass, Glassware, Ac. Ac, No. 47 Main street, between First and Second, Evansville, Ind. C. t. WHCKLCK. JANES D. KIOI18. eupfi-ly E i tarar of the newlv invented and Improved Spectacles, No. 4, Third t.. 1 t. Main and Locust, opp. Crescent City Bank Boilding, Evansville, Ind. These celebrated Sjiecxacb-saremiideof Brazilisn Pbbles, and constructed li Accordance witf the philosophy of 0.iure, 111 t.i .peculiar ftrm of a concavo-c invex, which can oe used by the old aud yi-ung, either by day or can. lie light, with perfect ense.and no -unpleasant f.'eling to the c3e that in-iuy experience from using the common kind. They isr. 1 to strengthen and improve tho sight, as will be see u hv tho following testimonials from those using them ; From Samuel Orr, Eeq. I have purchased a pair ot Spectacles fr.-tn I. Rittonbrrg. I have found them to lie perfectly easy ro the eye. I cheerfully recommend tl em to the public. Frmm S. &'o-eioa, Ej. I takeirreet pleasure in recommending the glasses of I. Rittenberg to tho public. They give great satisfaction. Frmi Judge W. B. Moore, BoonviV', Ind. Fo years past I have been accustomed to use ar title al sight, and have tried several kinds of spec tif es, but 1 have found none so easy to the eye as I Rittenber's. I take pUasuro in recommending .em to the public. I ' ... Gilsoa county. In : Having purrhsted, and lor some ttme tised, the Brazilian Pebble. Spectacles, gotten op by Mr. I. Kittenberg, formerly of Indianapolis, ami now of Evansville, we canniest coraially recommend tbeM as being easy for the eyes, and in all respect a good ReJOHN McMASTEIl, G. N. JERAULD, JOSEPH DEVIN, J. J. KIRKMAN, SAMUEL WH1TSETT, ROBERT DUNCAN. mare-dAwif HKAKL RITTEAiBKKG, BUSINESS CARDS. CHARLES ADELMAN, t'CSTOM-MADE BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER, (Hi:. MAIN AND THIRD STS., EVANSVILLE, IND. All ork warranted to be done iu gool style aud very cheap. Call aud examine. mayjl-tim o E-i ad ft 15 1 m 6 o P Q W Q O O O 7 5 s S 05 o o ; O S p o OT OT ef a O 3 3 c O Q K W o o - p o 'J2 5 B .5 o p as 2 EH m s H 1 si P5 . I? O w REMO VA I.. Robert iioytl ARCHITECT, Ojfice Cor. Mam and Water Sts.; entrance on Main St., Evansville, Ind. Plans, specifications, detail drawings, Ac., for all classes of building!, prepared ou short notice, and on reasonable terrt.?. "' augl7 WDOles&Ie and retail dealer in ' TOYS AND NOTIONS, NO. 1 MAIN STKEET, mm-pHKHK .V BE J-OU.VII J rW full stock of all the novelties of the day lor the Fall Trade and Holiday Presents, including Pianos, Melodeons, Violins, Harps, Aceordeons, Kites, Flutes, Toy Drums, Guns, Dolls, Balls, Ten Sets, Tops, Marbles, Chessmen, Dominos, Fire Works, Gold Plated and Gilt .lewelry, Ac. Coun try and City Trade solicited' hv "oct-fl-ly A. C. PUSUF.E. .JO.s. SOHOfeNFBJLD, M ANCFA t'TI' REM it W1IOLKS A LE DEALER IN CLOTHING ! CJUQTMB, OABatMBMBB, .SATIS LTTS, TWEED OENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, Hafv and Capi, No. H Jf.viN Stbret, bit. First and SSkconu. Sepl EVANSVILLE. IND. i r . , m m s - 'rSjefcrtasie Thomas Redmond, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in (rroceries, Produce, & Liquors, -VV. 133 Poeey'n Bloctc, Main St. THE CJVII E H Slto.X'E II, HA I V.V removed to No. 132 Posey's Block, Main street, and disposed of his old slock of Groceries, is just receiving a new and enlarged assortment of GRO CERIES, LIQUORS, Ac, which he will sell, either at w holesale or retail, as cheap as can tie purchased iu this market. Having pun based my stock for cash, I can sell my goods at Manufacturers prices. To my old customers both, in town and country, I tender my grateful acknowledgments for past fa vors, and hope by strict attention to business to merit a contiiiii.tuee of their patronage. t&s Gootls dt livered in any part of the city free of charge. sepGJ T. REDMOND. Theodore Mingst & Co., Wholesale aud Retail Dealers in TOBACCO AND CIGARS, NO. 4 KIKST STHKST, Between Main and Sycamore streets, EVANSVILLE, IND. jaul ttasd W. H. P. STODDARD, B T THE O . II B DRUG rtTORE, No. 17 Main tslret't, cou tiu- nos to keep on ha mis a tun MM complete euppiv ot P.iiut-9, Oils, Varnir-heH, GlatPt, BriiHhi-d, PerfbneiX) Lrtinpts, Burning Fluids, Ac Which hu Mill ut itb low u figure ad any house in tho city. AUo, a large aiH ari d M-ifrtiii'r t of JMhROTYPE STOCK. 0AWBMA8, CASES, A WD Iu Gftct, evr.ythiu appertain i -- to tho art. Orderf promptly attend 1 t', and tV-rw ardeJ by atoambo'it or Kxpresw to any part of the ronntry. ovt HUNNELL'S Flooring 3Vtllra, CORNEK OF WALNUT STREET AND THE CANAL, E VA SS VILLE. IND. rWlHMS .-Et E S TA U LI SHM EJVT M is now in full operation, with new and com plete Machinery of the latest style, for Planing and Dressing Lumber, Planing and Grooving Flooring, making Doors and Sash Mouldings, Window Blinds, ami every other description of work done iu such establishments. All work at tin as Mills warranted to bo well done, aiil ill be offered ;.t the lowest cash prices. Dry Poplar Flooring and VV 'atherboarding con stantly on hand, and will t.e sold for cash. Brackets and Scrolls sawed to any Batten. Slitting slid all kinds of Sawiug done to ordar, and in the most approved style. jjU WM. IIUNNELL. FHF.O. SHARPE T. .1. WH1TTAKEB F. Sharp & Co., Wholesale amd Itvtaii .balers in all kind: of A GRICULT URA L IMPLEMENTS, FARM AND GARDEN SEEDS, lei Main St., bet. Fourth t- Canal, Evansvii.lf., Ind. New Dry Goods Establishment. 'SMI I I . 'II E It S Ito.y'E It, I.ATti OE M the firm r.f Kos-er Bros. A Co., begs leave to inform his friends ami citizens of Eransville and vicinity, that ho has just returned from the East with, and is now opening at the capacious store room, on First street, one door south of Preston Bros , a splendid stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, o.risistius r.f everything trom the lowest price Muslin to the finest Silk and Dress Goods the market affords. Having been long acquainted with the business, the undersigned is aware that the cash system is the only system which will succeed, and theref tc only s- Us for cash. Prices will be in accordance. Therefore, all in ueed of Dry Goods will call at the now store on Eirst street, where you will get tho worth of jour money. Respectfully, L. FRET. mart .' I. I - to JVA ICS. - .'S assorted sizes, inst received and CIIAS. Me.loHNtsTON, loee 's Block, Main str&wt. for sa?c by marl rwi O I C It T A It Tit E S M In great variety, at the lowest price, at the new jjrng store ot febST N. 8. THOMPSON. BUSINESS CARDS. KTew-Yorli. MILLINERY STORE. ritojwjiit ar MM st29!J Broadway, N MHOS., lit. SOI' , . Y., would call ;he particu lar attention of the luiiies ot tins city ami sur rounding country, that Ihey have just opened a Btanch Store at No. 7 First street, between Main and Sycamore, here they are now ready to show you one of the largest and ni-.st splendid stock of Millinery Gootls, such as Silk and Straw BONNETS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, Silk', Crapes, Head-Dresses of all styles, Straw Flats, and Boys' Hats, Ac, Ac. Their facilities for obtaining Goods can 't be surpassed, as thev are in the same business in New York, whence they receive New Styles & Patterns Every Day. Particular attention is paid to our Bleaching ami Pressing Department. Keniember the place of the New York Millinery Store, No. 7 First street, next to Preston Bros., Evansville, Ind. niay9 om PETER VIERLING, Mali l to to 1ST. jy O. 2 WEST WATER MM STREET, EVANSVILLE, Isn., Dealer in Paint?, VarnisheB, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, Win dow Glass, Physicians' Shop Furniture, Shoul der Braces, Abdominal Supporters, Surgical I-jstruments, Ac. Ac ALSO Pure Wines and Brandies, and all popu lar patent medicines of the age, Ac. jeld J. C. DUS0UCHET, Wholesale and Retail PEED AND SEED STORE, Dealer i.v HAY, CORX, OATS, SHIP-STUFF AXV lilt AS, Water St. bet. Main and l.oint, noe-2-ly EVANSVILLE, IND. PH iht P E k BR, (Successor to Decker Jk Kramer), MANUFACTURER OF LARD SOAP AND CANDLES, Also an extra article of Bf .v.v, Avve.v?, a- C.I It OIL, OH.. Dealers iu Kosin, Soda, Ashes dc. Also PURE CATAWBA WINE, Of our own raising, in quantities to suit purchasers 4:6 .Vain afreet bet. Eirmt X Setoud, I-.VANSVILLE, IND. K?S-Temis cash, or CO dsys bank. ptiper negotiable iu jau20 ly Evansville 1 otumercial College mmo. 7, .yoRTH ElMST STREEi. I WW EVANSVILLE, IND. This Institution pre I sonts every inducement to yonnjr men wishing ti acquire a thorough practical knowledge ot Ilnuble. Entry Book Keeping, as vi 11 as a general Busine-e Education. This institution has been in successful operation for over five years. For Catalogues or other par ticulars, call at the Rimms, or address decia-ly .IE REM I A H I1EHM, Principal. WHOLESALK DEALER IN GROCERIES & LIQUORS, . '-is West Ktrst street. ap; -iy EVANSVILLK. IND. J iERRV ELLIOTT'S CITY Gallery o -SLrt, NO. 45 -flAIX STKEET, EVANSVILLE, IND. Particular attention given to Photograph and Melaiuotypes. sepd-ly Insurance Agency. ALLEN C. HALLOCK, K i li a 1 I S ( . UNDER WHITER AN1 GENERAL. INSURANCE ACE NT, Adji'stkr or Aver auks, and Notary Purlit. He rontinucs to iasiio PoliciM from several Kirt CI a g and nio?t reliable INSURANCE COMPANIES In the t'onnlry, ou Inland aud ffn lit'k He will also receive applications for LIFE INSURANCE. He will attend to the Adjustmurit of K.-.sses of every description ut:der policies from other agencies, and attend to- the settlement ot nil mat ters connected with I NSUR ANC'E, for parties ::. terested. Ilis long experience as an Ins;:bance Am. NT, has made him familiar with all subjects connected with Insurance. tJT Office. Marble Hall Building, No. O Main st. HI HAH NELSON JOSEPH t. II REYNOLDS. Auction and Commission. MM J E csoj- co., si ccessors MM to Woolsey i- Nelson, will continue the Commission business, both at private sale and at auction, at the old stand, corner Main and Third streets, opposite the Washington Hotel, where they will pay particular attention to the sale of everything entrusted to them ; they will attend to any auction sales -mv l re in the city Particular attention given to tho sale of Lauds and Town Lots Ac, Ac febl7-ly W SMITH'S SHIRT .JIA'lEA C tM TORY, 35 MAIX STKEET, Evansville, Indiana. If you wish to get the worth of your money in Shir ts,Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods FANCY SHiRTINC PRINTS, Please call at 'A5 Main Streei. All orders lor Stitching Silk, Cotton and Linen Qeods, promptly attended to, and neatly executed. Grateful tor past patronage, 1 respectfully soiictt a continuance of the same. Shirts made te order from measurement, aud satisfactien warranted. septM-ly my'EEJV' PUESTO.y', WHOLE- MM. SALE DRY GOODS nOUSE, First street, Ev ansville, Ind. Merchants will always lind a full stock of Dry GooiIb, Boots, Shoes, Hats aud Caps, at .his House, which wilLbo sold on fair terms, fsepiil ENCOURAGE HOM E LA DOR. H. MIEtoAR.nO, 'A lilt t A to E Mjo MANUFACTURER, Main street, near the Canal, KvASRAitxr., lam. Has on hand a large stock of Busies aud Wagons of every variety all ol his own mauuf.u:ture which he will warrant to 1m superior to any work to be purchased at the East for th same prices. During the late hard times, and the inclement win ter with its impassably muddy roads, the demand for Carriages has been light, aud his stock has ac cumulated iu his warerooms; to dispose of it, end to relieve himself from a liyhi pecuniary pressure, he will sell at remarkably low prices'. Any person w ho wants a beautiful Buggy at a bargain, will find a better chauce tor a trade than he has ever had be fore, at DEGARMO'S New Administration ! TO OLD PATRONS AND NEW ONES I J. P. ELLIOTT, Successor to Z. H.Cook, Pioneer Family Grooc! y , No. il Main Street, ws jy-ow o.' ft A.yt with M an almost endUss variety of Fancy and Staple Groceries, which he intends to sell at UNIFORM prices, lie will not sell one or two leading articles at cost or below cost to attract attention ; but the community may rely on tretting gooii a: tides at fair average prices. I have something for almost evecjrbedy. Mechanics, dealers, house keepers, misses and bachelors can find goods in which tuey obtain value received for their money. janl4 J. P. KI.I.IOTT'S "-amtlv firocory. WM. E. FRENCH & CO., WHOLESALE DEALKKS IN READY-MADE Olotliing, FA NK EE NO TI ONS, So. SO Mala Street, Kvansville, Ind. Agents for German Anchor Bolting Cloth. AMfEL E. UILBF.RT.. WILLIAM H. RAEEU. S. JF. Gilbert Vo. Wholesale Grocers, Sycamore street, between Water and First, Evans ville, Indiana. A full assortment of Groceries al ways on hand, and for sale at the lowust prices. Agents for " Cypress Milis," C-tton Yarns, c, at manufacturer's prices. (novl MW K OI.lt FIRM I.V RVSMJ ESS M AGAIN ALLl.-s A HOWLS, Forwarding an 1 Commissiou Merchants. Rectifiers of the celebrated Magnolia Whisky, Dealers in ail kinds of Produce, superior Old Bourbon and Rye Whiskies, and For eign and Domestic Lienors, 4c., Water street, Sec ond door above Vine, Evansville, Ind. HENRY D. ALLIS. LEWIS HOWES. tebo-ly Il H K R R ROT H U. ICS , WHO l,r - W .-ALf; AMI llr. l.Vlt. UKA l.KIC l FAMILY GROCERIES, CLASS, NAILS, FLOUR, Oram, Seeds, Bacon, Lard, Tubs, liuckele, Churns, and Woodware generally, No. 61 Main street, Ev ausville, Ind. Goods delivered in any part of the city free of chorge. oct21 JAS. W. VICKERV JOHN VICKEBT SAM'L VlCI.EKY. HOTELS. V HER WO OM HOUSE, WILL. E. BYKKS, Proprietor. Corner First aud Locust streets, Evansville, Tod. boat landing. One square from stearu. mv5-lj f UTsV HOTEL, WATER STREET, s betweeD Main and Division, Evansville, Ind. oetl-tf WM. H. BOICOCBT. Prop. MISCELLANEOUS. jE3C O TSOL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK OFFICE, 112 & 114 BROADWAY. Cash Capital, $1,000,000 Assets, 1st Jan. 1 86O, 91,458,396 Having complied with the law of Indian;), by Alias in the State Auditor's oflice aStatement of itn Condition the first of January, 18CO, and receiving certificates of authority to transact Insurance busi ness in the State, Allen C. Hallock is the duly au thorized agent for this City, haviug filed his author ity iu the County Clerk's office. The Home Insurance Company insures agaiut loss or damage by Fire and the dangers of Inland Navigation aud transportation, on terms as favor able as the nature of the risks aud the real security ot the insured and of the Company will warrant. Losses equitably adjusted and promptly paid CHARLES J. MAitTIM, President A. F. W1LMARTH, Vice-President. J. Milton Smith, Secretary. John Mi Gee, Ass t Seo'ry. DIRECTORS. Wm. G. Lambert, Firm of A. A A. Lawrence A Co. George C. Collins, Firm of Sherman, Collins A Co. Danfurd N. Barney, Firm of Wells, FaigoA Co. Lucius Hopkins, Pres't Importers' A Traders' Bank. Thomas Messenger, Firm of T. e II. Messenger. Wm. H. Mellon, Firm of Clafliu, Mellon d- Co. Charles J. Martin, President. A. F. Wilmarth, Vice-President. Chas. IS. Hatch, Firm of C. B. Hatch Co. B. Watson Bull, Firm of Haskell, Merrick A Bull. Homer Morgau, Levi P. Stcne, Firm of Stone, Starr A Co. J. Humphrey, Late of the firm ot Barney, Humph rey A- Butler. George Pierce, Firm of George Pearce A Co. Ward A. Work, Firm of W. A. Work d- Son'. Jas. Low , Firm of J. Low A Co., Louisville. I. H. Fivthiugham, Late oi the firm of I. II . Froth inirham A Co. Charles A. Bulkey, Firm of Bulkey A Co. Cephas H. Norton, Firm of Norton a Jewett. Roe Lock wood. Firm of R. Lock wood A Son. Theodore McNamee, Lateofthe firm of Bovven, Mc Namoe A Co. Richard Bigelow, Firm of Doan, King A Co., of St. Louis. Geo. D. Morgan, Firm of E. D. M rgan A C.'. Oliver E. Wood, Firm of Willard, W-csi tf Co. A S. Barnes, Firm of . S. Barm s . Burr. George Bliss, Firm oi Phelps. Bliss A Co. A. T. D wight, Firm of Trowbridge, Dwighl ,t- Co. Curris Kobte, Late of the firm ..t Condit A Noble. L. P. Morion. Firm of Morton, Orinnel Sz Co. J. B. Hutchinson, Firm of J. C. Howe A Co., Boston, j Chas. P. Baldwin. Firm of Baldwin, Starr A Co. John G. Nelson, Firm of Nelaon A Co. H. A. Hurlbut, Firm of Swift, Hurlbur A Co. Jesse Hnyt.Firmof Jesse H yt A Co. Wm. Sturgis, Firm ol Surgis, Shaw ,f Co. John It. lord, Firm of ford Rubber Ot. Sidnev Mason, Late of firm of Muson d- Thompson, i Geo. T, Stedmau, Firm of Stodmau, Carlisle jj sbav of Cincinnati. Cyrus Yale, Jr., Firm of Cyrus Yale, Jr., A Co., of New Orleans. Wm R. Fosdick, Firm ot Wm. R. A C. II. PoMick. David I. Boyd, Firm of Boyd Brothers A Co., of Albany,.. Y. F. H. Cossit, Firm of Cossitt, Hill A Taltnadjc, of Memphis. Lewis Roberta. Firm of L. Roberts A Co. S. B. Caldw 11, Firm of Brewer A Caldwell. Applications made to A C. HALLOCK ASON, Ag'ts, Marble Hall Building. Main street, may5--2m Evansville, Ind. DR. HAAS, having tensed tbe rooms formerlyoc cupiod by Dr. Kivert, in Dr. Braj'l luildiiiLr. oppo site the P;nt Ofticv', for a serien of year. wmiW Pft ajLotfully solicit the citizens of Evansvilh- nnd the surrounding townp and country, o visit his rooms mi seo the specimens on exhibition, whother t hoy need the BtTfioos of a Dontist or not. Siuce the issuing of his lait circular and advi-r-tiheraent, over a year since, several improvements and new inventions have been made, id which he has availod himself, and allow nothing that will subserve the interests of his patients, to pass -unsecured. Hid facilities are better and establi.-h-tnont larger, without doubt, th,tr any oth'-r in our State, and equal toany in Eastern cities. All thono who need Dental operation? performed, and are pleaded with his work, shall be atttiided to with great pleasure. The following are tho styles of work manufactur ed by him: Continuous Gum; Block or Carved Work; Vulcanite Base; Coralite; Amber; Cheoplas tic; Gold and Silver work. Nothing can excel the !eanty and eleaulioess of the continuous gum work. It is without a seam or crevice. Cheeks that aro sunken can bn restored to nearly thair original n ntour by this style of work, and also by tbe use of the Vulcanite, Coral ite, aud Amber Base. The latter style-", for light ness and adaptation to difficult mouths, excel any cels anything we have ever seen. He has several anaesthetics for alleviating pain when extracting teeth. Thev are perfectly harm less. The mont delicate can have them applied. He does not advertise anything he cannot do, nor exhibit anything not made by himself. Parents should consult th health and beauty f their children by having the Dentist direct their second deutition, thereby producing symmetry an. I health to those invaluable organs. Irregularity of children's teeth corrected hue cessfully. Thope having decayed teeth, should either hav them extracted or tilled at once (iba latter if pos sible). Th health of the partiM aud ILe remain ing teeth demand this. :j' I tako pleasure in introducing Dr. lTaa, ni successor to the old rooms in Bray's building, hoping he will find them both pleasant and prov able From my intercourse with the Doctor, I am pleased to find him one of the progressing ; possessing taste and high professional ability and standing. With this view, 1 can , with safety, recom mend him to the communit as a skillful and com petent dentist. (may 28) J. KIVETT. H0LLINGSW0RTH & BRO. Have just received a Urge importation of C rockeryware , Queensware, Glassware, China, &c, Og First St., bet. Sycamore aud Vine, EVANSVILLK. INP- Willi PI 'at nt fixtures to them, for sale bheap. MILLER A MKII AlTS, 4:1 Main street. apt Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, and Silver Ware. WM UftitoLKKo HM ViJVU JUST ftJJ- M. turned fiom the Fast, w.'iere he has pure h a sed a beautiful n-sort-mentoffino Watch es. Chains, Jewelry, Silverware, and Clocks of every fie-' SCripffvn, he is pre pared to suit pur chasers in every par tic 1 a r, and which he intends to sell at THE LOWEST EASTERN PRICES. He napectfailv invitee hln I'rieDds arid cnatamera t(. cxniuine IiIh ifjoodl ai.d prici.8 bclbrt pordlaaiiig elacAerv. All good, aoU are araj rati tod t. ! as rppreaoitii. .V. B. Peraooal attention paid to rcjrdrins of fin. Wuteln-fl. Jewelry r paired jA abofl notice. Nd. 89 Main 6t., opposite Court Uonac, Kvaug villo, Indiana. fapr'l) V. L. GKISI.K.K. Wmll HE It MOSS... IS HALE RA CEs M for Bali. b S. K. OILBRRT A- CO' CHEAP BREADI CHEAP BREAD! rmwiE; i.'iiERSito.'Ei win i.n M raspactfiiUy inform tbe cititaaa of Bvaa. ; villa, that lie inus couinienced runnintr hi Bread : Waijun every day for the acoomm-idation of faini ' lies, and will Mipply families with Bread, Cakes, I Crackern, Kolls, Uunks, Huns, and I'ies, cheaper and better than they can be had in any other ' Bakery in the City. All families wishine t.i lie snpplied with tho aVove : articles will please leave their orders at the More j or with the driver. p. BOI LK, L No. 12 First ft., bet. Main and Sycamore. B. A large stock of Crackers and Candy al ways on hand at wholesale, niavll-lnid 6f i Lots for Sale O-V MOST EAS TERMS. The most favorable opportunity over offered to the public. 20 lots of 5 acres each, on the Is'en -burg road, 1V miles from the Court -house, and 8 lots of 5 acre eacb, on Washington avenue, inn rtile from the. city. As small a ipiantity an one fourth of an acre will be sold, if desired. Apply to WILLIAM BIERBOWKB. il iTITj MISCELLANEOUS ENLARGEMENT OF CRESCENT CITY Gr uQ. ZHs Xj 3 3E1. "ST . . U? M.Vei TO THE to REAT L" M. - I.', nnd high reciation of Mr. aphic fictttres, vvbich possess al- Pit wtiys tine ebadt a-s and ;i r l.-ar expreMire likeness h. bis add'l as a Kereptton Koom to his old Gallery the one lately occtrpied by Hr. F. Hutchinson, Den tist. Mr. S. ajaqrea tile uuiiet and gents of Evans ville and Ticmity that they H1 now find ample spac and ev. tv thing ( littal to tUe Lest Oalierlea of theVest. Mr.S. iieed not stale after two years' snccessftil prin t ice in this city, that his Pictures are osteemc I tbe most highly bere, and many miles around, both on accuunt ol" their being the cheap-i-st and best, but .also from their ii'ifadittg charac ter. Mr. S. has also two lady artondaata at his Gallery, thereby insuring every attention com bined vtith greal ecorioary of time iu racJl depart ment of labor - i few mfttotes being .-ill that is needed to satisfy ea-h if his patron with H first - class likeness. Sincerely t li. inking his jiatrons for jiast favors, he fruits rhat by "renter f icilities ill his Art, he may still increasingly merit their patronage. N. It. Cres.-ent City Gallery, opposite the Court house, Mainstrett. is open from seven in the morn ing until Bun-down. aprt-Citn JOHN e. GALLAGHER, Attorney and Couiiscllor at Law . AND GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT. Office on Third St., opp. Crescent City Hall, E t 'AJVS VII. I.E. UVM. May8-3md .,-:....-.-. ' !- Wide Xxxc2.i5i on's MOUNTAIN UKLili PILLS. j Above we present you with a perf t t likeness o f , Tezuc, a chief.!" a tribe of tbe btr.ingr Aztec Na tion, that once ruled Mexico. Yon will find a full ! account of him In mir p'tmphb'ts and Almanacs 1 to be had gratis Ij olu the Agents for these Pills. The inventor and manufacturer of -.liulson's I Mountain Herb Pffts " has fp nt the greater part ; of his life in traveling, havirnr visited DeMijf every I country iu the world. H' spent over six years 1 among the Ind tabs of the K - Uv -Mountains and of I Mexico, and it w is thus that th.- M .Mountain Herb Pills wer ill fCO wren, a very imeiKting ac count of hi- adventures there vou will find iu our Almanar:' and Paiftfraiets. It an ostaMtaltd fact that all dir-easckt :rise from MPDBK BLOOD 1 The blood is the life ; :tpil m ),, ,j ,,ny f. t. icn or un healthy matter tels mixed v itb if. it i ,tt once dis tirbuted to every organ ol" ih letrly. Lery nerve feels the poison, and all the Vital organs rjuickly comjda n. The strimach will 10.1 digest tbe food perfectly. The Hver ceases to serre(e a sudiciency of bile. Tiie poiioti ot the hi-ait i-j weakened, and so tin- rlrctilfttiotl is weakened. Tl e lungs become clogged with the poisonous matter; hence, a cough and all from a Hglfl impuiit;- at the foun tain head of life the Blood! As if you had throvvv some eaitii, for inst.tn. e, i?i a pure spring, from which ran a tiny rivulei in a few minutes the whole cooiso of the siieun iecorues disturbed and discolored. As qpickljr does impure bhod Hy to every part, ;nd leare it I siin behind. All the passagen becoBM otottacted, and an less the ob struction is removal, be hunpoflife sbaj dies out. Tb'' Piils not only pnniy the blood, hut regen erate all the seen t ions i f the body. They am, therefore, unrialed us a CUBK FpB IMMiH S rnSKASTS, Liver Complaint, sicl, Booflache, Ac, This Anti Bilious Medicine ex p.-is faaa the Mood the hidden seeds of disease, and rendra ail the fluids aud se cretions pure and flueut, clear log atid resuscitating the vital organs. Pleasant, indeed, Is ii to naf that we are able to I dace within yonr reach a medicine like the 44 Mountain Herb Pflfa, that will nass directly to the afflicted parts, throiwb the hinod nnd fluids of the boily, and c.uso the sollerer to brighten with the flii-b of beautj and he-ifth. Judson's PilNare the b. st remedy in existence for tho following complain' : Bowel Complaints, Coughs, Colds, Cb-.-t l'i-eaaes. Cost iveness, Dya pepsi , Diarrhre t, Droj , Debilitj, Fever and Ague, Female Complaints, Head.ir hes, Indigestion, ofloenaa, Intlarn u;ation, Inward Weakness, Liver Compluiuts, PUOVAOM of Spirits, Mono and Gravel. Piles, and Secondary Symptom. GlIKAT FEIEALK MFPICTNE! Females who raiBM beallh, should never lw with out these PiUa. J le y p:n ity the blood, removo ob structions of all ki'ids, cleanse the skin ot all pim ples and blotches, and bring the rich color of health to the pule cheek. The plants and fa -rhs of vrhfch these Pills are made, were discovered, in a very surjirtsing way, among the Teziicans, a tribe of Aborigines in Mex ico. Get the Aliuau-ie ol OVr Agent, and you will read with delight tbe very interesting account it contains of the "Great H edict no1' of the Aztecs. UBKIKVK. The Mountain Herb Pillsare put up in a beautiful u rapj't r. iJu h Hux contains 4 pills, undlle'tull nt 2". cents per box. All genuine have the signature of P.. I,. .Tod SOU A Co., on each box. For sale in BvasnTvaUe by Keller A v hite, Letch W. 8. rl hompMjn, and Bierbower A ,f- Carl-trdt, Broiighton. B. L. JIT1.N A CO., Sole Proprietors, 6 Leonard t., N. Y 1 I M PORTA XT To Ii f t USEE KEPER3. E. R. D'JWKEF CO.'S Select Spices. WJ SOltltelj and peril, ctiy pure, but gloVJ&d from fresh Spices, selected and cleaned by us expressly for tbe purpose, with e:t reference to cost. Thev j are beaut ifuliy packed in tinfoil (lined with paper). to prevent injury ly keeping, aud at e tail weight, while the ordinary groind Spices are almost in variably t-hort. Wo warrant them, in point of strength and riclme s of n-tvor, beyond all com parison, as a sing!" trial wil abondaaMjt prove. Manufactured oniv' hy K. B. DCRKEE & VO.. tel.o bAA w isl . i mtr. -t. New Voi V. LillUlJL13i IBaxisiiwrM m WR S. WI. 'S I. to m EXI'ERM- Iriaii. pitaanM WM enoed Arurst riiv to the attetiti- n of motheva, Ik 60OTU1HQ PYBUP, for Children Tetthin.j, which greatly facilitates the process of TerlhlisXi by soCteaiBg llie gums, redu cing all iullamniatioti will all.iv all paill and spaninodtV; action, and is SURE I'd ItKGULATE THK BOWKLS. Dapi n i opoa it, mothers, it will ive rest to your , i ll, and RELIEF AND HKAI.TH TO YflfK INFANTS, We have put up and I woM this article fev vr ten years, and can bay, 9 In conlldeneQ bad tt . of it, what we have iiov -.r been able to say ol atiy otlu-r medicine never Sims it failed, in a single, instance, to effect a cure hi'ii timely used. Nev er did we know an in Maie-e (.f dissatisfaction liy iinv '-in. who M-.I..I it. Siiti rhe :outrary. all ire delighted w ith ifs cp.'-r 1- ijtiofl, and speak in terms of high, st cnioe-iela in.'u of its ntajEical ef fects and iuedi-Hl virtues. -jfW e speak in this matter 'what we do know,' al .L ten yearn' experience, and pledge our repntaQ, m for the fnlfilmeiit of what we bere declare, avtu alaioet every int.ince where the infant is suf-ferlng from pain and ex btinution, reli. f srill bafosmd in lfior'o nunutes after the Syrup is adaiin saiaterwil. This valuable prepara Stton is the prescription of olio of the Baoat expe ri.nc. l .-it.'l si; II If 11 I Stirsns in Ne Lnglan.l, ajaad basbeea Mad with never failing nncriias ia 6yhouandB ol cajaca. It not only relieves ibe child from pain but invigorates the stomach .ind Iwa-eUvsorrccts acld ity, and gives tone and ejenargj to the wholesjs tern. It ill almost iu ataatly relieve Griphag in the Bowels an. I Wind s&Coiic, and overcome cod vulsioriH, which if bof SipRvd1ly reafedled, end in death. We believe itfttle- best .111 1 surest rem edy in he wi.ild, in allt:a-. s of llys ntcry and lliitrrhea 111 children, aUether it arises from teething or from any 'other cause. We would i say to every mother who I has a child a ffe ring I from any one of th.- fotegoin cmplaiiits, ilo not j let your prejudic.-s, nor the pieju I c-s of ofhefa, I stind lietaeeu yonr SiUlering child and the rellsri thai ijl be sure vis, absolatoly btire to follow I tho u-e of this medicine if timely used. Fuil airectfojts lor (utfng will accompany each bottle. None genuine unless the fa; situ lie of CCBTISA I'EilUlNi, N.;iv York, is on tho out side wrappt-r. Sold by Urnggists thi oi:.. bout th world. Prin cipal wince, No. 13 Cs-dir street, New York. Price 2-5 cts. abottie. janl.'-dwly. KELLEB WHITE, Agents, Evansville. lad. ILcMak pr