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EVANSVILLE, IND.
WEDNESDAY MOKNING..
JULY 4
TICKET.
PEOPLE'S
FOR PRESIDENT,
ABRAHAM LINCOLN
or II I HUM
MT"Thb People of these United
States are the rightfcl Masters of both
Congresses and Courts, not to Overthrow
the Constitution, but to Overthrow the
Men whj Pervert the Constitution."
Abraham Lincoln.
for vice president,
HANNIBAL HAMLIN
OF MAINE.
I Love my Country more than I
Love my Party. ' Hannibal Hamlin.
Presidential Electoral Ticket.
Elector f r e Stat at Large.
WILLIAM CUMBACK.ot Decatur.
JOHN L. MANSFIELD, of Jefferson.
uiitrict Electors.
1st District Ojtu M. Allen, of Knox.
: 2d D'Btrict- John W. hay, ot Clarke.
' 3d DiHtrict Morton 0. Boater, ui Monroe.
4th District John H. Farquahar, of Franklin.
th District Nelson Track r, of ayette.
ih District Ueubeu A. Uiley, of Haucock.
7th District John Hanna, of Putnam.
th Dial ltd Sm nut-1 II. Huff, of Tippecanoe.
9ih District James N. Tjner, af Miami.
10th District Isaac leokiaaon, of Allen,
lllh District David O. Daily, of Huntiu;;ton.
Opposition State Ticket.
FOR OOVEP.NOR,
HENRY S. LANE, of Montpomerv.
FoR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
OLIVER P. MORTON, of Wayne.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE,
WILLIAM A. PEELLE, of Randolph.
FOR TREASURER OF STATE,
JONATHAN S. HARVEY", of Clarke.
FOR AUDITOR OF STATE,
ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
JAMES G. JONES, of Vanderburgh.
FOR REPORTER OF SUPREME COURT,
BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT,
JOHN PAUL JONES, of Lagrange.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OK PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
MILES J. FLETCHER, of Putnam.
O'tnmunicated.
Youkeeka. ind j tine 25. ''GO.
Tu the evansvii enktcirer:
Mi dere enkwirer: haven just got a leetle
politikal nuae frum hed kwarters, & haven ft
fu lezure moments, i thot i wood ritu a fu
lines too yu : fur this is wun ov the times,
that i, jake luvegude, is in a fix ; i is a dim
rnykrat, has alers bin a dimtoykrat, t
alers ekspec too bee a dimmyknit; but this
13 the fix i is in k i want yu too help luee
out, it yu kin. Our gude ole muttier, (the
kunvencion, i mean) hoo has bin stayin in
Boltymoar, has got twins, & wee aint abel
too supporte but wun of theiu, Nou which
of the too shal wee kepe'.' our mutlier,
boo is a kind, gude ole sole, dont like too
giv up ether of the too Bois, but slice Fer-
tunly wil hav too giv up wun of them, (shee j
namd the too Bois, Duo-glass Sc Brack in
ridge), Dere enkwirer, i want y u too deside
this fur mee, i hav axed a gude menny dim
ikrals & tha isjti3t like mee, tha is in a fix.
Wun sez too mee, jake, let's kepe Dugglass,
anutber sez no, let's kepe Brackiuridge, & i
deklar to yu, i dont no whitch too kepe.
The fact of the bizziness is, i is mity feerd
wee wil hav an orful fus with the ole wo
man, shee likes boath of the Bois. Dere
enkwirer, i likes yure jumper mity wel, i
likes it better than eny uther dimikrat pay
per, i ever red, if yu wil lift us out ov this,
difficulty, i hav no dout it wil grutely iu
crees the sirculashun of yure iuvalcrable
shete. Yurcs &c,
Jake Luvegude.
p S if yu kant giv us such advise, as wil
help us out, la to & kepe dark, fur ubi the
etarnil" as ole jaksun used too sa, wee must
skru out sum wa. J. I.
Ur.FltipntrirkM.t'itrr ofllccleuilou.
As our friends of the Enquirer have rot
yet published this letter, and it is fraught
with interest, as well for Democrats as Re
publicans, we (jive it a place.
Washington, June 25th. 18G0.
Gentlemen: Your letter of to-day in
forming tne that 1 have been unanimously
nominated by the National Convention of
the Democracy which net at Charleston ot:
the 23d of April last, and adjourned to meet
at Baltimore on the lHtb of Jnue. as their
candidate tor the office of Vice President,
was duly received. Acknowieding with
the liveliest sensibility this distinguished
mark of your confidence and regard, it is
with no ordinary feeling of regret that con
siderations, the recital of which I will not
impose upon vou, constrain me to decline
the nomination so flatteringly tendered. !
My designation as a candidate for this high j
position would have been more gratifying
to me if it had proceeded from a united
Democracy united both as to principles I
and to men. The distracting differences at I
present existing in the ranks of the Demo- j
cratic party were strikingly exemplified j
both at Charleston and Baltimore, and, in
my humble opinion, distinctly admonish j
me that I should in no way contribute to j
these unfortunate divisions.
The Black Republicans Lave hatmonious- :
ly, at least iu Convention, presented their j
candidates for the Presidency and Vice- !
Presidency. So has the Coiistitutiuual
Union party, as it is termed. Each party
is alreauy engaged for the contest. In the j
presence of such organizations, we still uu- j
fortunately exhibit a divided camp. What
a melancholy spectacle! It is calculated to
cause every Democratic citizen, who cher
ishes the Constitution of his country, to de
spond, if not to despair, of the durability of
the Union. Desirous, as far as I am capa
ble of exercising any influence, to remove
every obstacle which may prevent a testor-
ation ot the peace, harmony and perfect
concord of thi glorious old nartv to which
I have been inllexibly devoted from early
manhood a party which, in my deliberate
opinion, is the only real and reliable liga
ment which bind the. South, the North, the
East and the West together upon constitu
tional principles no alternative was left to
me but that which I have herein most re
spectfully communicated to you.
For the agreeable manner in which you
have conveyed to me the action of the Con
vention, accept my sincere thanks.
Very truly your friend and ob't servant.
B. FlTZPATRICK.
To Wm. A. Ludlow, N. Y., and others.
Iced Drinks. It is an old and established
opinion of the Italians that iced drinks are.
SHlutary in debility of the stomach, and
that they tend to prevent the action of pes
tilential emenations. " La neve nan puo
ricevere contagio.'' Sanefi affirmed that a'.
Messina, the deaths were one thousand less
annually since the introduction of iced
drinks. In June and July, a glass of cold
water, on rising, is highly to be commended.
Song of IndepeiwleWc, tot OAe 4fb of
July, I860-.
Tcsr.. " Ch'er, hoyn. Cheer."
Cbeer, boys, rheor, for Home and Independence,
May peace and plenty crown our daily toil,
And this our country evermore advance,
To 111 our people, who dwell upon its soil.
Frond we may feel, of every craft among u,
Long be our lives in comfort and in ta-e ;
God bless our Uniou and all our sous and daughters.
May we enjoy those sccial times of peace.
CHORl 8.
Cheer, boys, cheer, lor Home and Independence;
May M and plenty croan ourdail toil,
And this our country ever more advance,
To bless our people, who dwell upon its soil.
Cheer, boys, cheer, for this our glorious Union,
Long may it last, to bless the world around,
The olive branch of peace be cherished by each son,
Disunion never on this genial soil be fonud.
God bless our labors in each honest craft and way,
Prosper our trade around our happy home,
Long may we cherish th" pleasures of this day,
And feel no wish from freedom's ways to roam.
Chorus. Cheer, boys, cheer, 4c.
' Cheir. boys, cheer, the world shall soon bo ours, i
And all the sons of toil shall live beneath our 11 ig ;
The despot and the tyrant shall yield to us their
power,
, And o'er their broken scepter, the People's Car
shall drag.
Thi n speed the day, oh heaven ! when earth shall
all he free,'
Whon Europe's mighty continent shall break their
bonds in twain.
And freedom's laws shall flourish on the isles of
every sea.
And the harpy days of earth shall all return again.
Cbohus. Cheer, boys, cheer, 4c.
i Cheer, boys, cheer, for freedom's happy land,
'Twus hero our fathers fought, and bled, and died.
For tod peuJence now and liberty we'll stand,
And fight for freedom, or die nubly by their side.
Death hath no terrors to those who rightly live ;
Cowards and fools may give their rights away,
But we with life would part e'er our right) away
we give,
And declare our independence on th:s its natal day.
Chorcs. Cheer, boys, cheer, tc.
0 u. s.
Fantasticals. At a meeting of the Fan
tastical held at Mozart Hall on Monday
evening, July 2nd, the following Order of
Parade was adopted :
The Association will form at Mozart Hall
on the afternoon of the Fourth, at precisely
4 o'clock, and at half past 4 o'clock the pro
cession will move up First street to Mulber
ry, up Mulberry to Second, down Second to
Division, up Division to Third, up Third to
Locust, up Locust to Fourth, clown Fourth
to Main, down Main to Water, up Water to
bank of river iu front of Chas. Veile's resi
dence, where a company will escort Signor
Silini to the waters edge, where ho will
give a free exhibition to the assembled mul
titude, by sailing down the river in a wash
tub drawn by four of his wonderfully traiued
ducks. The procession will follow down
Water street, to corner of Division, where
the Signor wiil lund, and be escorted to the
Hall, where the Association will be dis
missed. The. city papers were requested to give
tui. t()re,roiu an inserliou iu their columns
By order, of the
G. W. J. IC.
Lane and Hendricks.
The canvass of Col. Lane is but a tri
umphal march through the State. Where
ever he goes he maintains his great popu
larity, aud to auy assemblage that he
speaks his eloquent words are received with
the greatest applause. That he is the great
est orator of the State is now admitted even
by bis enemies. We are proud of our
leader, and well may we be, for the Oppo
sition of the State lias never had so gallant
a leader to rally around and never have
they had one who united so completely
those high qualities of the peerless states
man, the matchless orator, and the genial,
whole souled man. We ure now tiohtintg
tor a victory which will free our State from
the corruptions of the present administra
tion, and place in office meu whose uihuy
and practice will be for the good of the
State.
Hendricks talks about " Democratic Econ
omy and Policy,'' but his course in Con
press and his policy while in the Land Of
fice, do not fi"d favor even with his Demo
cratic friends while his course during the
Le.ompton struggle has made him enemies
among the Douglas men, who now doubt
the sincerity of his Douglasisra. One huge
tact that Mr. H. delights to nxpatld on, is that
the real estate in this State has advanced
from .$100,000,000 to $400,000,000 under
Democratic rule. The foolishness of this
boasting is shown when we remember that
the taxes have increased in a greater pro
portionate rate. And Ohio, under Republi
can rule, has iucre;ised in wealth more than
Indiana. Demagogues must learn that to
rant about economy wiil not convince peo
ple where the figures oppose. Siting inn
Visitor.
Memory.
BY HORACE P. RIDDLE.
How beautiful is Memory, a sweet bird of
passage Bitting far into the nast, bringing
back our pleasures, and, ah ! too sadlv true,
j sometimes lighting on a pain. On its wings
I we wauder through a long vista, and hover
! over many pleasant places ; and we nestle
among our griefs till tbey are softened al
most into joys. We see the hil! we climbed,
the plain we rambled over, the tree, the
! swing and many a dear spot inwoven
: with the very texture of our being. And
J our past loves how sweet they were ; how i
beautiful our Nellie or Nancy, our Sallie or
j Jane. How much better we could recite
our lessons when they were present, how
j dull the school without them. At the
! nooning how we would hang around their
play houses, draw near and almost tremble,
or go away and weep we knew not whv.
Who does not remember the witchery of a
pale forehead, a bright eye, a rosy cheek,
cherry lips, or soft wavy locks !
! nbout Memory we should have no past.
lif , as without Hope we could see no future.
They are the two wings that bear poor hu
man nature onward. Memory is the chief
faculty that distinguishes man from the
lower orders of animals. Beasts act from
immediate impressions, man from past mem
ories and present consciousness. Without
memory there could be no reasoning, for
what is reasoning but the act ot comparing
past impressions recalled by the memory
with those of the present, perceived through
the senses? ithuut memory there could
be no knowledge, morality, nor taste, nor
any cultivation whatever; for what is phi'
osophy, history or science, but recorded
memories; and what is art but revived and
preserved beauties .' The past is as fixed as
marble, the present as plastic as wax, and as
we mould the present, so shall forever be
the pa.-t. He who has sweet memories, has
bright hopes, and always must be happy.
Tin; Japanese are said to evince a great
passion for watches and opera glasses. That
is one of the effects of their spy system, we
presume. Lou. Jour.
Selected from a Scrap Bool:.
The American Flag.
Fling out the nation's stripes and stars-,
The glorious standard of the free.,
The banner l orne through frecdotn's wars,
The hallowed gem of liberty.
On mountain top, in valley deep,
Wherever dwell the free aud brave.
O'er graves wh re freedom's martyrs sleep,
Columbia's flig must freely wave.
Raise high the bright auspicious fla;t,
Frum every height and lowly glen,
In forest, dell or jutting crag.
Afar amng the hearts of men.
The sparkling banner widely flung.
Shall wave o'er land and sea:
And freedom's anthems sweetly sung.
Shall swell our country's jubilee !
Oh ! let the world that flag behold,
The emblem of the brave and free ;
The brightest rtown of streaming gold
That decks the Goddess Liberty.
Spread out its folds till heaven's doms
Reverberates the holy sound,
That all oppressed lave found a home
On freedom's consecrated ground.
Fling out our country's banner wide.
Our emblematic starry ge n,
Our fTo nerer 'hull divide
While floats that silken diadem.
Year after year the brilliant stars
Shall indicate the strcrgth of all ,
Let all beware of civil wars,
That cane of monarchs freedom's fall.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Fourth of July Celebration.
LOOK OUT FOR THE CINCINNATI
DRAMATIC COMPANY!
Mozart XI all
FORTHKKK NIUUTSONLY, COMMENCING
TUESDAY, JULY 2d, 1860,
In two t-f their best piects.
Lots ojSinging, Dancing, etc.
,m ft at li.tij TMbjr.MjMm ifltsv
M. ance of a resolution adopted at a public
meeting held on i he 15th ultimo, and at the sng
g st ion of many citizens, I do hereby request and
de.-ire all proprietors and keepers of Coffee Houses,
Ite-taurants, and Bar-rooms, to cause their resp. c
tive places of business to be closed on Wednesday
morning, the 4th instant, at ?34 o'clock, and canso
them to remain closed until alter the procession
shall have left the city.
And I do also earnestly request all good citizens
to give their iulnenco in aid of the measures adopt
ed tor the preservation ot the peace and good order
of the city. W. I1AKKR, Mayor.
inly 3-3t
"Worm. Candy,
on
Santoniiie Lozenges.
-MJ OWRtl FHKSJS iOZ MJ W Ml S
w W without dirtjniirte t their comnuition.
A their name Import tbey depend for their ef
tieiioy upon Santtiiiine alone the lately discovered
active principle ol the European or Levant Worm
Seed.
All the merit which we claim tur oiir medicine is
the purity of the Pantonine which it contains, and
the careful nntniier in which it ha been incorpo
rated with and distributed through the mass from
which the Li .uiies have been formed.
To be nnre of these important points, we have
then prepared ut the Louisville Chemical vorkn,
where tli. Santonim- is tirt tested for its purity,
ami tb "oni bined in the Lozenges in such way at
to retai. itH properties and virtues unchanged.
To the Irofession we penent a valuable and well
known medic i no iu a coiiveuirtit and attractive
form, of uniform ami known strength the direc
ti fiis indie ttine; the dose of Santouine according to
the u. s. r.
To the public we ofl-r a remedy for WoruiN effi
cacious, Hale, ami aa plexseut confectionery, at a
moderate price.
For hale bv '11 reputable Druggists throughout
the outh and Weat. WILSON, PKTElt & .,
ju!y2-;Jw Main street, Louisville, Ky.
JBLd lire stock id' fancy Silk and Summer Ort.s
tioode, we will sell ut Oust, aud aeaaj UK LOW
C'oST, in order to make arrangements for an early
supply of Fall Goods. Those wishing to take ad
vantage of the above inducements, will please call
immediately at No. 30 Maiu street.
jul2 ItOSER BROS.
JLW nice stock of trimmed and uutrimmed Bon-nt-ta
on baud, and which will be sold cheap to close
out, at the lry Goods Store nf
SCHAPKKR A ttUSSING,
jamn
No. 4l Main Ktreej.
DR. J. FLEACER,
JlM. continues to keep pace with all the improve
in- nts in his prof-s.sion , at his Uooms under Citj
iMgueriean Gallery. 4t Alain street. He i now
nutkioa; ihose bvautiful Hard Rubber, Vulcanite
and Ainher plates, which in many r'spectn, areaw-pt-rior
to Gold. Also, the usual styles of QoM and
Silver work. Decayed teeth al aaaaiiUtlj saved
by plugging. He is aleo using the Klectrical pro
cess for extracting teeth with. ut pain. CMMrena
tt-eth straightened, Ac Prices very moderate,
and work warranted. jul2 If
.1
!OTit K
TO TMOSJ-J U-lSHMy4
-Any ierson wishing a situation
Assistant Teacher in the Free
to teach. -
Teacher or
hools of this
city, will make application
w. riling to the
7th isat.
Hoard f TnnUes on or bebre the
Bj oner of the Board.
Will Hie Ea)(MtMr and Volknbote copy for the
good off the tunwc. july'2 td
sf It mi ii I H lOUJ1 J.Jl:';-
ica Kites! Flags!! Flags! Ye .voungsteri
and lovers off I inb pemleuce, if jou wish to secute
iht-election of your favorite candidate, buy jour
Fi.-.gs at thei'herip lrv Goods Store of
SCUAPKCKJk BUSSIXG,
ja1y2 No. 4'. Main street.
HmjBS! 8 BOX 8! I SiOlCS V?
have iust receive a large addition to our stock
of Ladior., Mimes', and Children's Mioe of every
kind, which will be soil at prices to suit every
Inpdy. 'ttd arid judge for yourselves, at the Cheap
Lry God Stole of
SOHAPKEK BUSSING,
July- No. Mi Main street.
wtheh smLks LJTR Toek
M.J of Black and Fancy Dress Silks very cheap
to close out, at the cheap Dry Goods Store of
MJil APK.KK .t BUSSING,
jury 2 No. 4: Main street.
II
.vr a? ;. 4V 00a 0 00 ok
wanted, to whom liberal wages will be al-
lowe
I. Apply at 130 Main street. junt'2t'-wd
fmOTMCEJ TO BRMIIflE t fl.VTI-.H -tors.
Sealed prossal.s will be received at
the Engineer's OffiYe, in the National Hotel, in
Terre Haute, until the loth day of July, liitlit, at
10 o'clock A. M., tor the bridging of Otter Creek,
140 feet span ; the bridging of Big Raccoon, ltj:i
feel span, ar il Little Raccoon, 110 feet spau, on the
line of the Evansville and Cravvfordsville Railroad,
between Term Haate and BocksUie.
The ltri.lges are to be constructed on the Howe
plan.
In bidding for these bridges, contractors will bid
per foot, tin a me ore, for the workmanship alone
the Company supplj Img all the material; or bid
in like manner per loot, the contractor supplying
nil necessary material, stating particularly tin dif
ference he may make between pine and poplar lum
ber used in I lie siqierstructure.
Par Bay information required, apply- at the En
gineer's Office before the letting.
By order of the President.
Jaae3t-tsrd BENJ. EBBETT, Engineer.
HffifM'-A'Ty.' ii. y.vev .n.iji'Js
WW anxious to procure a situation as clerk, trav
ing agent, solicitor, collector, or in any capacity iu
vvhicii he can make himself useful. He writes a
good, legible hand, and is a good accountant. Sat
isfactory relereine g veil iu the city.
Kuiiuire at this othc
JsneSCI-tf
mnoi;wrtt ov
M. tion. Come one,
Boot and Mioe M muf ti
JCM. 1
come all
tory, on ;
EI.EIt HH
tti John Uasch's
cond s rect, as he
Heats' and Chit-
4th of .1 ul v, in
tdlinsj at
ns Buuts
. r th tt al;
t for
:d S
ash, LadierV
km'-, until 1 1
ly shod .1 the cele
jod saaiaier Bo,, is
J.
IIASCII.
y,ii . .. oe Jtt. i-i.ttso.vs
M? '..-Ioiil; to pu ctiase riUicr liillr or BlMttajg
Powder, lo celebrate tl.e ooaiiiig Ueiebratioa, caa
timl a supt-r.tir article at
EELlul V'S FAMILY OliOCERY,
june3C No. iZ Main street.
2 -igcr
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
29QOO
I. H S HJk-jn S, CJJVWJI88-
ed, 2,000 lbs Shoulders, plaiu, 50a
lln Bides, just rpct'ivi'd an t fur sale at
ELLIOTT'S FA Mir Y GROCERY.
w hart uill ,!..?,. I to collection aud other
buttincrt-t during mv utideuce ar the East,
jaaeao-at FHAVi'ls amory.
JL for sale low to close lot.
S. E. GILBERT & CO.,
JaaaSO No. 4 Sycamore ntreet.
W Ki.Jll SO HJI HlttiLS CRJB
W Cider," ot choice quality, tor Pn kles, etc.
junelit) S. E. GILBERT ft CO.
J bhU
iu perfect order, just received per assaar
E. H. Feirchild, for sale by
june:J0 E. Gil BERT & ro
TB V HE U'HtTE Z,JM.-lUO HMHiS
M fur sale by S. . GILBERT 4 CO.
and bouuii, for sale by
juneat) 8. E. GILBERT A CO.
JJfJ COH EE.
for 8ale by S
-33 PHCKKTS
E GILBERT OO.
.HS'..-i(io II M X EJV EOH SJL.H
Km to tbetradeal manufacturers' prices ky
june.tl)
E. ;II.BERTA CO.
TTPU ENS .nil, COTTIIJV
Yarn aud Ca ie' Chain. -2oo hags all
sizes of this favorite brand for sale by
S. E. GILBERT CO.,
june30 Agents M f'ypress Mills."
m m E-lp,M4jiii.i.j, jjvUTo ttojv
M M Hedcords, in dozens and reels, for sale by
june::0 S. E GILBERT a- CO.
JSJt I ( MEE a. 3 O H OX K S 1 UOZEJY,
M. each " Mixed " and A-sortel."
june:i( S. E. GILBERT t CO.
F . S HARPE & "CO r
DEALERS IN SEEDS
N Ii
Agricultural Implements.
No. 130 Main St., EVANSVILLE,
1 NT).
TftlK S.I I.E. . I E'EJT HO.I r ItE
Jt trom eighty to a bundred tons caacity. 1c
is suitable for a lighter built all of pine lumber
this Spring. For informat:on call on Mr. A.
SIMPSuN, at the mouth of Ptnsoil Crek, west
side.
june-Jo-l m
Immenso
Home and European Demand.
PR0FESS0RW00D'S
Hair Restorative
Vas introduced to the public early in 1853.
Universally used throughout the civilized world.
IF YOI R HAIR IS GRAY,
IF YOI'R HAIR 1 THIN",
OR, IF TOO A RE BALD,
IT WILL RESTORE IT.
IFYoC HAVE DANDRUFF,
IK TOO HAVE SCALP HEAD,
IF TOO HAVE NERVOUS HEADACHE,
IT WILL COBS THEM.
TO PRESERVE THE COLOR,
TO PREVENT ITS FALLING,
TO MAKE THE HAIR OLOSST,
OSK WOOD'S II A I R RESTORATIVE.
SOLD BY O. J. Wool) A CO.,
lit .MARKET STREET, ST, LOUIS, MO.,
PATENT MEDICINE DEALERS, AND
DRUGGISTS, IN CITY AND COOHTKT.
O.J.WOOD&.CO.,
akk, also, aanraa for
. lilt. .FT-J.V.V ,S t El. EH 11.1 TK II
jSL. &-VM. G IO rx X JE sTX, XXX .
june 12-3mdkw
TBE Jill a ttvitiniiv, is .fiwfTiv
JEav street, have just received a good assortment
of the following description of Shoes, to-wil :
Ladies' Lasting Heeled Congress Boot-1,
" " Gaiters,
" Sp'g "
" Kid " Boots,
' and Goat Sp'g neeled u
" " and " Bnskins,
" " Slip's in great variety,
Men's Kid, Calf aud Lasting Congress Boo,
Calf Scotch Boots,
M and Goat Oxford Ties,
" Goat,Ko'd ami Plash Pumps and Nulllilnrs.
" Fine French Calf Boots,
Boys' Calf, Goat ami Enameled Scotch Boots,
" " Oxford Ties,
Youth's Oxford Ties and Brogans,
Scotch Boots,
Child's Heeled Enameled Ankle Ties,
" " Fancy Colpted Ankle Ties,
. Kid and Morocco M
' Copper Tip'd Boots every kind.
All cf which were made by the best manufacturers
East, and will be sold at vr ry low prices.
juoa2S
J. M . G LEI C H 1VI AN N , "
KVANSViLLE, INDIANA.
TnifmlJS'tJM TURM JmJS1 WWIOI'B
fjkt sale Healer in Pure Cider mild Kxtni Kriniiy
Vinenr. Orders from u distance will receive
pronint nltention.
N. IJ. This ViueicHr has taken the .remtun St
the South Western I leliana District Fair hist Oc
tober. Ovders lor Vinngjsr ill be recttived at thn
Factory or at H. .elnt.-u Jc Co. "n Auction Koom os
M.-tiu street.
Sixth ftreet near Fulton Avenue, Laniatfco.
jnne26-dfi sr
HUNN ELL'S
(FORM hULY OF bTEBLK & HUNNELL,)
Flooring 3MClls,
CORN EH OF
WALNUT STREET AND THE CANAL,
E VA NS VTLLK. IND.
rwiitia y: i k s tm n t, t it. hkjvt
Jj is now in tiill upei atiin, with new and com
plete Miichih'TV of the latest styh, for Planing and
Drei-. iii Iiiimhcr, Pliinintr and Grooving FloorinK,
niakiiikC Doors and Sash Mouldings Vin1t)W
Blinds, and every other description of work don
iu such r st s til ish men ts ,
All w.irk ar thise Mills warranted t be well
done, ami will be ottered at the lowest cah iricn.
Dry I'opl.tr Flooring and Wratherboarding csn
stantly on hand, ai d will be Mold for cnah.
Brackets and Scrolls hawed to any pattern.
BUtting end all kinds td Sawiug done to order,
aud in the most approved style.
Jyffl WM. HUNNELL.
Watches Clocks , Jewelry,
and Silver Ware.
-ft t A . A It I4J t V-VSV VST M m-
tiirn- il ti "ra (amia y-t '
the V;it, where he
has p 0 r chas el a
nient of fiue W atch- '-Jlj
t-R. I II .! I 'i - . lWc V. a - . k m IV . Pfc-w i.
i.iocKs oi everj
do.
scriptioti, he is p
ptred Htiit pur- V;
rn-i..i-a i.. .Tr-s- " - Var.V
particular, and
which he intends b ell at
THE LOWEST EASTERN PRICES.
He re(jei ttuliv invites his friends and oiMtonu-rb
to examine hid (rejodsnSMl pries before purchasing
elsewhere. All fj-mds stdd are waxrintd to bo as
represented.
N. B. Personal attention paid to repairing of
fine Watches. Jewelry repaired at short notice.
No. Si Main si., opposite Court House, Kvauti
vi'ile, Indiana. fnprSl V. L. KISLKK.
jrjT Tan T m ftmm . JFMSlW ssTI 00 RJB
.st left, choice kinds old Potatoes, for sale by
CHAS. McJOHNri'H'N.
iune2
Posey Block, Stain street.
-t5L- G. JETJiSttTVTFT,
W holesale ami retail dealer in
TOYS AND NOTIONS,
NO! 1 WAIN STREET,
111 litiRK fVfvV tti JVOUSX-I J
ww lull stf-ck of all the novelties of the day
lor the Fall Trade and Holiday Presents, including
Pianos, Melodeous, Violins, Harps, Aceordeons,
Fifes, Flutes. Toy Drums, Guns, Dolls, BalU. Tea
Seta, Tops, Marbles, Chessmen, Dominos, Fire
Works, Gold Plat-d and Gilt Jewelry, fcc. Coun
try and Citv Trade bolicitt-d by
oet29-ly A. C. PUSnKE.
New Dry Goods Eslablishment.
rsnttK t;ji0 ti it st 0jjv-; t0 9 itak j?
M. the firm of Uo.er Bros. & Co., hejrn leave to
inform his friend and citizens of Evansville and
vicinity, thai he luw j'ist returned from the East
with, ami is now opening at the capacious store
room, on First Street, one door south of Preston
BroH , a splendid stock of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods, coiir-i-din;; of everything from the lowest
price Muslni to tbe finest frilk and Drcsa Goods the
market affords. Having been hiir acquainted with
the business, the undersigned is aware that the
cash system is tin only system which will succeed,
and therefore only s Us for rash. Prices will be iu
accordance. Therefore, all iu need of Dry Goods
will call at the new store on First street, w her you
will ret the worth of your money.
Itcspattfsd.y, L. FRKT.
mar8
H E E 1. I .y II JS'.M 1 E 8.
VM I.- assarted sizes, just received and
far gale by
CHAS. McJOIINSTON,
Poaaa Blocki Main street.
marl
rjp O M Mt JM T .1 It T i C Mi s
M. In great variety, at the lowest price, at the
New Drug Storo of
febv!7 N. S. THOMPSON.
-7. ?. - t '
WIS ELLANEOUS.
NEW FUrMTURESTORE
JCST OI'EXED BY THE
TELL CITY FTTHNITURE CO.
The largest and finest assortment of FCHN7
TUUE AND CIIAIRS of all kinds in the city, at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
No. 5 Water st., lu xt door to It. Barnes,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
F. Sedi.ktzky, Aireut.
Stannfactory at Tell City, lad.
jiiue2o-Gm
WVST BBCMIWJtB,
tM 4H) lbs Mixed and I'lain Gum Tac-king,
600 lbs Osttua Rope from H-lu to IJi inches,
15ii lbs Gum ' " J- to 1 inch,
ISO lbs Gasket Bora.i,
34 re b No. 1 backing Yarn,
dz Gum Itatters.
t. doz Lanterns from 4'"c to?.".00,
to lbs Nos I. o, arid Flour of Euierv,
ii pairs kiff Owe.
Manilla Roie all eiBBS tTertaeS, Marling
Spun Yarn , .tc.
For sale wholesale or retail at
j'liie:
SI NZTCH POV
A Z U M E A
tt0il?92&j Mot0t0icr
BHICKETT & CO.,
Manvifacturers ,
UATERHT., KBAM LOCUST.
THE EltHJPHIEJTO S OE THE
A.nmea aow call atfeiition to an article
whicli, having theapproval uf pb si'iaris and ril ses
ists -vho have analyzed it, they call coafldeatljt
jecommeiiil. and warrant to be
Pure and Wholesome,
And free from ali deVterious di Sfpl. In regard to
economy, the advantages are many and gnat, viz.:
All the nourishing properti s ol thefltoiran- pre
sersed ; tim.-is saved ; anyone who 011 mix flour
and water, can in a few minutes make a good lont;
the bread is not liable to become dry, mouldy, nor
sour; about half the usual quantity of butt r and
epg, will suffice for pastry, pu !dinp, Ar. Kaniilirs
will find tbe Azumea de-irahlu lor neaily all pur
poses where flour, meal, Ac, is u -d. Hotels, lo its,
and boarding ln-urs, can hu s'lppij. l ;tr rates that
will make it the soosf economical article now used,
old by Grocers genera! ly.
N. B. As the Azunrea CcmtaJni no alum, it
will not make dark or had flour liht.
jaoe22-lyr
Marble! lltsrble!
-r-W.- . a '. ; i - -
mm O I- MS Il' Tt.lt E TO ISC I'
WW LA llo E AND SJ1ALL MONUMENTS of
all varieties and Styles,
MANTLES, FURNITURE MARBLE,
Y;uji-H, I'rns, Head stou -s. ttc
arcliitectural beauty, and tiiti
. w inch tor qns
sh, ait- not to
passed anywhere.
My Ware-Koom i vreil supplied w ith tbe above
varieti'-s, which T will s 11 at reduced prices to
make room for mv Fall shipments.
MARBLE DEALERS
Will alwayt find my Wrpaliaa sipial to their de
tnandv, and prices satisfactory.
Marble Hall Bail ding, Uvausville, lad.
jutie-2li-3md.tw M. A. LAWBE.VCK.
MB.1 CO.V.
Clear and Bibbed Sides, .
I'lain and CaBtainod Slioulders,
" " Hams,
For sale iu i)Uautities to unit, and put up in !ii
juu;; order hy (JKO. FUST KB A CO.,
juiielO Corner Locust street and ( anal.
rtA EJUS COHJVM.V sTOltE .I.VIS
993 tor t.ale at low price bv
june19 BBOWKi &IKVAK.
WOltK
M. lotibbls Baavy and Ugbt Ktm,
60 half bids Pig Park;
fZZt bblfl Biimp r.irk,
ltlOkags C hoice Family Lard,
Forsnle by GEO. FOSTER Jt 0O.,
Junol'.t Corner Locust ut. and Canal.
tJ.1 It -4 1 MM MM MM 8. "EC LI. VEJIMM"
5 lor nale to close consignment bv
GKu. FOSTF.lt .t CO.,
junelU Coruer L.ictist st. and Canal.
'ifJM. OCM. 300 II. I Ii it E I. S EXTll.i
jsL Flour in store ntid for sale at low tirures to
alose niijniasat Itj bkown ic aikman.
CO.V J CHOICE EOT It.lCO.V
MM Hams, Shoulders, rocelred per Railroad, in
Store and for sale hy BROWN A MKM A
1! ITM US ! UVITjI Its ! UUMT-M us :
WM Tbe most beaatitol assortment of iiuit-.rs
aer broupbt to th is section td" country have jhhI
arrivud and are for sale. Prices front to, 47, i;,
lit, SB', 112, i 15, Si"' to at
HEALY 4 WARREN'S,
juiiell) Cor Main and First sts.
FOURTH OF JULY.
II E
Tliose i
V 00 H Jt T t t0 J S ,
four citizens who intend
Ml Badges, &c.
Celebrating the
jET" ourtli
Appropriatet , can Itod Y l.iys of all szes from 6x9
Inches to 8x2' feet, Head of Washington, 'iodiless
of Lilarty, American Raffle, signing the Declara
tion of I ndependetice. Slndds. i -., f-c, ti decorate
their dwelliny,-, business houses, wagons, bur - .
plutfornis, -i't-.. Src. We respectfully solicit tbe
c 'mrnit SM OO the celebration and th" public gen
erally, to call and examine, an I leave their orders.
WM. R. llALLfCK CO.,
No. -2 Marble Ha l SOjBding, Maiu St.
J".:iMl8-fd
Fine Arts.
jg-0 tttuiT i;t Ti00ywi teti 00' FtjK
WtW oil Paintings to be held at lo o'clock. '"I
the forenoon ot July mh at the studio nf F 1 bys
eens, in the Siin-lt-ana Gallery, No. 50 Main st.
The folhu ing is the list of Paintings
No. I. Mother and Child, 4J.VJ. An original
Paifitlna; by F. Thyssens.
N. 2 Larjre Landscape, .r.1xlJ, witii trees and
goats in foreground. Original.
No. .1. Village Dance, :J8.J8. Original.
No. 4. "Winier Scene. From the twijoin Dutch
master, Von IV-r Velde.
No. 5. The United Temple. After the difitin
Kuihe! KngUeh artist, Wilson.
No. 0. Renurr'ctioii of liiiarns. ;i;xr4. After
ltembrandt. A nfendid paint in
No. 7. " Pepping the Qjuestiosi. Ox4ft, 'n
inal.
No. 8. French Lanoncape. L'Tx.14.
No. 0. Scene on xh- HndsflQ. -i"x;.4.
No. 10. Scene 6a a Fi-hinc Onset. 2:,xin.
No. 11. Another FiSttiUX Scene -male to tbe
above.
No. 12. Enropi. A mythological snljject.
NO. IS. The Fortune teller. 16x12.
No. 14. Lady Preparing lor a Bath.
No. UV A Rinall female bead.
No. i0. Portrai of a disttngsjBsbtd cities n of
S)vansvi!le in pustel.
No. 17. Child's liend in pastel;
No. 18. Younjj Airii a."
No. Ui. English Landscape.
No. 2U. Mate to the abesre.
Nos 21, 22, 2 2t. Enravius-Prof.Hhee;? of
Cole's Vqyegenf bite.
The above are all highly tini died, and most -f
them, handsomely 'ramed. They will be open for
examination at the Sun Beam Gallery, from the
22d of June up to the time of sab.
Terms, All sums below Sif ca-di. All above
2.", sixty days' time w ill be given for Mtis factory
notes, pava' le in bank.
Lauies are invited to be present
II, NELSON & Hj.,
junelii Aucti u:ei r.
Enquirer ami Volksbote copy.
ljintlcJiii : kVBEtt
2 tons ot Bran,
108 bush Ear Coi n,
2" bush Oats,
In store and for sale by
jn nely
TICK 1ST BB08.,
No. 8i Main st.
FOURTH OF JULY NOTICE.
rain. n e s. tn.iETs, .t. n I'jto-
M fessions who are piag to turn lot on that
day, are hereby notified that we will famfab their
respective committees with necessary Summer Hats
or Caps, principally STRAW HATS, at the lowest
manufacturers' prices. No hum In '.
VACTIEB i MAKCONNIKB,
juneI8 No. :tlt Main street.
Vt.Jtm Cl! H E II VjJV l '. I 8 H JS MB
9 Dried Beef, 8000 lbs for sale by
junei S. K. G I LEEUT CO.
AN ADDRESS TO FRIENDS.
rww jk ijn k itsi0jj-a iM "at ts a
JkT. ndiectlnlly jnforni bis Iriondfl Mad fellow
citizen, tbat he Ihih tbis tlay commeuceil bu-incs
for hiin-M-il at tb well kcown st;tml of JotiU 31.
A pi-. I have J ur-t rveefoed a very uicv nnd t !l
rjclecteil lock tif Liitlit!', Mwm's', Bys', Mid (hil
(lreu's Sboej) ol every stvl-.- hih! of the l-vc-i .jM iliiy.
Hotline tbiii by nti let atu-ntion to boelfMBfl ;itiI I in
nnann0ctur. .iinl nI ..f a No. I arlit Jr- of Sh -h
anJ Boot-, I will merit tbe natron;!- of raj new
well at old frit tnle.
Ladies ami Gento1 Booti Qfttteri ami Slu-i-s of
all kind; made to . r in the neatent style and at
theahortet BOtice. Ciivti your old friend Mc.
trial. A. 0. McDKVITT,
No. 63 Main utrcet, Kvansville, ind.
Jittol3-tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
4f1IIE.ll', CHEjBPEH, CHEJI I' EST.
Wishing to make room for the coming Fall
stock, we are determined to sell the balance of our
Summer Goods at such a reduced price, that no one
should miss th best opportunity offered for many a
day, to get a reallv cheap II.it or Cap.
VAL'TIER t MARC0NNIER,
inne18 No. 30 Main street.
R(DG ERS'Tt RAT OF MAGNESIA,
IN POWDER.
PSMI E HE ST .II.TEH.I ilt'E MJ'
& i be world f.u C Miliog the Blood, Sick Ilead
a -he, B -lions affeciions, Sirkne-s at the Sloni ich,
ami all complaints incMentto the Spring and Sum
mer sea ous. It affords immediate relief after eating
or drinking too fieely superior to Saratoga Water
as a cooling drink, ancone bottle is equ il to three
i to its medicinal properties) of the Liquid Citrate of
Magnesia. IrUaM Rapioi.y Millions or Hit
n,ts Sou, Anm allv. For sale by ull Uruggist"
Wholeeale bv B. L. Fahuesbtk it Co., Pittsburgh,
Pa , and at the Manufactory, No. 193 Spring street,
N. w Y.rk City. .in'.s.:'iid
jf-ib e . j: Tt ii j i ice r ii E
y heirs and 1-gatees of the estate of Horace
Daatuuw, oV ceased, having reques ed a speedy set
t lenient of sanl estate, the iitidersigned Executors
here: y no it v all etsens who owe that tstulo to
make prompt payment.
MARCH? SHERWOOD, t Kx..outl,rH
M. J. BRAY, ) -
June a, 1M0. juni ll-3wd
iTniiirer copy.
a?L Svrnn wi TrtOKPWItC PkCQ STORK.
nip st
r i .1 .
O Ii II U I. T It E
t u . . .; l. . t i I ... . L'.
mriit in" ko' :i it'i inw wu .
THOB iMW3 New Drsttr ctore.
It CI I
Troi-hes
IS It fl .' C II I l
uM PSOS'S Iiruu Store.
4. I'.tl. IHJ-4N II I. I E
t-9 At THOMPSON'S Drag 6
art. 'H, SKJiJJv,
E. I I.MS II,
X. and Americaa Chi micals, at
Jaaea TTIOM PSON'S Drugstore.
gr i: u n :: -' .i n.n Ujl TI tK.
.Inst the thing for crjrinf! habiL's. at
juneii THOMP.SOS'S Drag Store.
hnM et i7i tiii 8, .t -e n jTjvo
JS. fresh. Just received at
jmieO THOMPSON'S lrng Store.
itt Ell 8 .I.VII E SI ICIJ 'Ji 8 .IE ST
raoeirea a large sti.i-k f.-r taa'Saiaviar, at
. a Tltu.il psuvs )i n Stoe.
jun'
it E I, KM O.f S I
1 !. eat h, for sale by
HE t, l-Wif.y Si-ltt'E. SO HXS.
s. K. GH.BCRT -fc 0
LADIES ANT) GEIfTS
tWHE WO It LICS
a? open at No. 8 Second
more. Come and look no
cosy little dove and tan cob
Jh1ii IS HTM JL Mi
sirt.-i t roufl. for a few
truillde t show tlnt-n
red ; liter. Qire tu a
call, and I know you will buy. Aleve Kit!, French
K id skd Morocco Polka Boot, of the mot exyiislte
sty l-d over ollered iu t b is market. M Uses' and
Ctiildren's natters of every shn.de atnl 'oltr ; Kid
nn ! Moricct of every ttyle, with ami without
heels ; Copper tipped td" vaHoni kinds, of th im-pr.-ve.l
pasSllti
Gents1 tin" Patent Leather and Calf Hoots made
to oriiku of tie l'-t imported stock we have had
tor ye irH. Glove K id. Patent Laetlert Calf ami
Morocco Congress Gaiters excelsior, a la mode.
Made by the most fashionable and best workmen
to be found--our Eaetern citn-s not excepted
Friends, come on stranTM, give us a trial.
JOHN R A SO Hi
i;.S'o1 No S Second st., Kvansville, Ind.
4
9
C
A
i fARprTc hi k
A
Also, Lace Goods, Damasks,
Pink Bcbinet Bars,
And an assortment of the finest DRESS TI11M
ltlNUS ever broturbt to the City.
J. S. HOPKINS,
Ou First Si rect.
apro-iltf
Babcock&Co
HARDWARE DEALERS,
HAVE REMOVED TO
COR. MAIN & WATER STS..
AND KOW OFFER FOK PALE
A Large and well Assorlcd Slock
1 1 F
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
WHICH, FOR
EXTENT AND VARIETY,
is
UNSURPASSED!
( IITY & COUNTRY TRADE
SEl'M'LMKII .V THE .tlOST
FAVORABLETERMS.
B ABC 0 CK & CO.,
Cor. Main & Water sts.
M-mm Jt ST ItM2012IE 10 JI
wr IftrgA variety of f tshionabK- and beautitul
Lace Mantles,
Lace Shawls,
Lace Points,
Lace Veils,
White Crape Shawls,
Stella Shawls,
Figured and Plain Berages,
English and Crape Berages,
Silk Challis,
Travelling Bres3 Goods,
Plain and Fancy Silks,
Silk Umbrellas,
Recherche Parasols,
aLSO,
A Larjre - lock of Hats and Caps,
9 Ofethef with a complete ami Taried asuortment
uf Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, all of which we
ill sell at uniformly reasonable prices.
DUNCAN A COOKE,
Bay 19 No. 5 Main street.
i
INSURANCE
Set n:
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YOK,
OFFICE. H2 114 RRflADWAY.
Cash Capital, $1,000,000
Assets, 1st Jsa. isco, 9l,Mg,3MJia
Having complied with tlie law of Indiana, hy
filing iu the State Aaditur'a office Stsreewot ul its
Condition the Hrst of January, 1880, and receiia
certificates (it iinthority to transai-t Insurance boat?
Iicss in the State, Alien C. HaRock is the d . I v au
thorized agent for this City, having tiled bit author,
ity la tbei'oun'j- clerk's oSea.
The Home Inaaraace onu-any insures nir iinst
lo-s or damag by Eire and tBedaBSeraol Inland
Navigation and trans noli uion, on ' I ecu us favor
ahle as the nature of tbe ri-ks anil the ieal -teurity
01 ttxe insured an 1 of t'ie Comp-iny will warrant.
Losses equitably ttdjttsted slid proaipttv baid
CHAKI.K- .1 MVRTIN, Prisi.Ient
A. fr. W I L.MAKTH, Vice-President.
J. Milton Smith. Secretary.
John McGkk, As- t Sec'ry.
Wm. o. Lambert, Firal of A. Lawrence A Co.
seorue C Collins, e'rnj of ssueraiaa. IWUIls Co.
Danrord S. Karney, K'rni ol W. II-, FaioA Co.
Lucius IL.pl, i i. s. Pr I,miorters' A T radars' Bank.
Thomas Messpuger, Fl hi orT j II. HewwnaHr.
Wm. It . Melien, Firm ef?tafiiq, Mallea'st Ov.
Charles J. Martin. President.
A. K. W iln.ait b, V - ''n-i-lei't.
Chas. B. fl.iidi, I ii ui . ! c n IT'atch sXJo
B. Watson Bull. ! Iroi of V. Merrick ,i Bull.
Hone r St organ.
Let i P. St.. ii.-. Pirat of Stone, Starr Co.
.1 Hiimpliiey. Lateol thourmaf Bar .ev. Hui.i,h-
rey ct Batlar.
Ge..re Pierce, Firm of Deorjro Pearce k Co.
Ward A. Worlt, Firm of W. A. Wort J-Son.
.las. Low, Firm of J. Low a- Co., Louisetlhff,
I. H. F'rotbiiighum, Latent the firm of I. II. Fr Uta-
taghaas v t '...
Charles A. Bulksy, Firm ni Bui key A- Co.
Cel. his II. Norton, Firm of Norton v JTeaetl
Koa Lociwood, r inn ol
Theodore MrHnias . Latt
Mamce 3 Co.
Richard Bigeloar, Firm
St. Louis.
Geo. D. Morgan, Fit :.t tl
Oliver E. Wood, Firm oi
A S Ititins, Firm I A
..I 3 Sou.
m of It .v. en, Mc-
(. v, I .; Co.
ira .vittnr.
iss d- tK
rge Bliss,
. T Dsrhlh:, Firmol ti arbridgo, Bwibt f Co,
Cnnis Noido. bat ol llie nrm oi Condit d Nobhs.
1 !.. P. Moit,-n, file; uf ilortoa, Qrinn;! .v Co
.1. B. Hatchiuaou, Fina of A Itowe - f. . It- utoe.
Chas I. Baldvvi-j. Kiint of Kejda-fa, Starra I
Jolin 0. N. Iskii, Fiiiti- i N.f .n .v C
I II. A. ilurllrat, Flroi of Saift, Ilurlboi Co.
; .lesse H.1J t. Finn of .! ;l t & Co.
Wm Stiirjciti Firm ot Sirii's. bibaa'd 0
i .John R Koni, Firm of Fi 1 Rubber Co
i Sidney Ma-on, Late of Una rMasoa "rhorapaaa.
j lieo. T, Stedni in, t'lim ofSha .net., Cili . Sibaa-,
of Cincinnati.
I Cyrus Y. if-, dr.. Firm of Cvrus V;; ..... Jr., t Co., of
New Orlivins.
Wm It. Feadick, Finn 1 Wm. II. .: C B. t tdick.
I avid I. Bi'yd, F'nni ot BoyJ Brat be is & Co., of
Albany, N. V.
I F. H. C.e,-if, Firm of Cos-itt. Hill .t Talnii aa ot
Memphis.
Lesria hobertj, Firm of 1,. Bob. rtH .V Ci.
S. B. Ca:dv h, F'irtK of Bta. r . Oaldarell.
Applicafioas made t.
A C. IIALLin.'K A SON, Ai.'ls,
Marble Hail Buildinsr, Main street.
inuyo-'Jin J-.v.-tnsville. Ind.
HarSi'onS Fire nsu ranee ('o..
J.I.VC.S ii 111, 1SBO.
ASSETa.
Cash on haul ami in Bank. S38j838.11
: Cash in ha acta Of Agents, and
in course ot transmission, ti-J.ifi'i s:i
Cash loaned on call au.ouii.lio
fll ,029.1
I Bills receivable for hems, amply secure 1 7 Jll (9
Beal Batatas unim unib. red, (cash val.) lA.OW.OO
24ii!) Shares Bank Stock in Hartford,
JIarket Value 200,38x 00
'22il Shares Bank Mock in New-York,
Market Value IO,2-2").l
9tM Shares Itaiik Mock in Boston, Mar
ket Vuluo 107.M5.00
4iHi Sliares Bank Stock in St. Louis,
Market Value in.otio
ttf Shares Bank btock, Bail Koad,aad
other Stis-k, Market Value IB,T5f).'ifl
Hartford City Boada, Spar seat., Mar
ket Value on.SfWt.Ot'
State Storks, (Tennessee, Ohio, Mich
igan, M issouri.) J per cent., .-Market
Value 5a,6o.OO
80 Shares state llauk Wisconsin, Mar
ket Value 2,140,00
Total Atweti
Total f lalillllliia
1936,7011 69
HfMOM
OFFICE OF AUDIT! ll OF. ST ATE, INDIANA, )
IuiiiannpiiliH, F. lj. 13, 1SU0.
To the rcopi.E or Indiana : 'i ba Hastfura Fin.
Iuuraucf Oaiiaaay havings pomfilta wiih th. law
of ladlana, by BUnir in tins Office a Siuiomnt of
it. O.wditiuii uu tM first flay .f January. 1801, and
hasiag iaTttad an esnaiaatfoa of its Saira hy tbla
1 1. i .ii i nn n I . I, Joha . Dodd, Aadltor of tha Stata
of Inillaaa. harnlijr unify that I basa m ule a ppr
soiml and tharoagh exfuailiatlaa "f tbe lnnk and
iidoctx of tlieC'uuipaiiy, at their Oflici- in the ('ity t
Hart.'nril, Conn., anJ tli.it tlie OMpany own aad
have in their ppeaeefiaa in rash, anil in se. uriiirs
maiaiinila al jilaaaiiii. in irtj flnnjinilon nf Di,i
lars, aii!icablo to tin- fmy meat' ot laasai an
amount eorraspoadiDg with Ui.-ir ctlinal Stata
meiit of January lait. The Hartford Fin- lasa
raaoe Conspaay has Imii in exisreoca for ball
century, l bristgh ebasMtet uf in oflftesr lor ax
peneacaana prouwy (lie prtjiapiuewi nun n i.-my
vith ahlch it ban met ail Its eagafjematits -jumly
aaritlea it to the bbjbeai rank amotifjtba iDsiiranco
(kmuaafM of thsoonntry, and eoiawsaas it to tin
patroiiae of th.' paQpie of Indiana
JOHN W. I01!, Auditor of State.
Intmmnri tifrrilaai Issas or Oaiaaire hy Fire, .11
Dwell! as. Furniture, Siore, Warohiiataa, Hit
cliaudise, Iills, Ma n Ilia." tori-', and Other kinds of
proparty.aaa U .-ileeted in this .'mcpany upon an
fivorahlc tai ma as th" nature prthe risks and aecu
ritv to Policy holders will admit.
I'AKTICULAK ATTENTION tiven to bmrinc
Fi rni property, coneTstinK of Darallings, tfiriui, and
outbiiihliiiH connected, and Furniture. Live Stuck,
Bay, Grata, Farming IXaaa-ias, .v., ,v'.. ctiDi ained
tin rein, for a term of ji irs al LOW rates of pre
mium: Applications for insurance may be m.ide to Hie
Qailersbraad, the duly authorized Agents of the
Company. A. C. 11AI.EOCK ,f SoN. Ag'tj.
OrritK: Marble Hull BttHdUff, Main street.
ATE N
TRESS AND SD???0RTER.
FWMIESE .VEM" II M.tt'.ILi -
M abb hMtrameats are offered is entirely baa
in aatlnaj and prinripb. Having a combfOM i"
xpnrd and mmwof d motion, they retain llupturo
with nn-.hnlj le-n pre-sur.- than others.
Avoid the instrcm -ut with a rtiiA fprhtff. Thej
will injure the ba:k and cord, arm from tbefr .va
mant MadyNsisSaaraaanraare tronbtsaoms. White's
will produce KA PICA E CUBE if properly used.
Call on your I)nigi-;t or send f.tr a Paflnail free
to all. Address HaKNKS Jt PABK.Ssar York.
J. I). l'AUK, Cincinnati.
juncT-.snidAw or KFLEiCli it WHITE.
Good luck Needed for Young
Beginners.
THE FIRM OF MILLER & NIEHAUS
STILL AHEAD.
rgJHIS EMU.1I 11.1 S JV8T HECEIl"-
M. ed a bran-new tocb of Iry Goods, cxinsixtinir
of a ereat niaay artie'es in their line, too baa erous
to name, which are now open for inspection, and
will certainly be Rold cifiaap fnr caab at their store,
l:i Main street. MIIXBK ,t NIEHAl'S.
CIIA-s. U. NIFHAl'S. Ll'IS BECK 31 AN .
XIEIIAI'S &, TtKCK-IIAW.
NEW STOVE ASl) TIN STOIiE.
as a i. e s.i e e jjyro u e tj m m.
WW dealers an I JBabafactnraraaf I in, Coppai .
and Sheet Iron Wares, No. i. Water street, between
Main uud Locust, Evansville, Ind.
The nnderslirned hare constantly on hand a full
assort meat of SIoyes of every vnriet v and pattern,
at the lowest prices, and bejs tea W inform their
friends and the public peni-ruHy, that tin y hav
the best and neatest assortment of Tin Ware Bret
nflhrcul. and bars oonataatly on baud a full assort
m. nt of DTBggist Cans, Ac, dc.
Those persons wisliiinr vik in their line are re
spectfully rei-pieatcd to give tb.-in a .-nil befbre pur
rhaslng ales alter, as i.y prompt attention to tie ir
badness and a thoronh knowledgs of their trad,-,
they hope to i;ivo general satisfaction.
NIKHAVS fi HECK MAN.
COPJPEK AJIU .Tt)!I WORK.
Steamboat, Distillery, and Brewery Work; Steam
I'ipes, Soda Fountains, Pumps, and eeneral Copp- r
Hinithine ami Sheet Iron Work, made and repair ed,
Metal Uootintf, (flittering, Ac.
Work icarrantal to aice perfect tktti'Jactititt, at the
lorre-tjpicc-. niar7-lmd
fl jf a t Mi Jura u i i i.n ;. cms-
WW ment, riast.-r Paris, Whits Baud, Whit
Shells, uud Plastering Hair, for rale by
GEO. FOSTEK A CO ,
junel!! Corner Lts?ust st. and Canal.
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