MONDAY MOUSING Kl'TKM BKR24
Appoinlni. nis ,- Brnj. H.rrt.on ni.(
Miles JT. Flrlcitrr.
Benjamin Hnrmon, E.j. , Rt publican
caudnlnte for Reporter oi the Supreme
Court, and Prof. Miles. I. Fletcher, candidate
for SoperiBtndeat of Public lasiruction,
will address their fellow-citizens ut the times
and places following :
P 'l'ler!1 Washington ( '., Sept. 24th, I
Paoli, Orange Co., Sept. 25th, 2 P. XI.
Bedford, Lawrence Co., Sept. 2"th 2
Bloomington. Monroe Co., Sent. 27th
Martinsville, Morgan Co., Sept. 28th, 2
For Township Assessor.
W. Warren It a candidate for re-eltc-
tion to the office . Township A--.. of Pigeon
For Cleric Yanderb'h Circuit Court.
Jit tht request of hit friend, tee arc
authorized to announce Louis Richtkr as a can
didate for re-election to the oiHco ot Clerk of the
Vanderburgh Circuit Court.
are authorized In announce Jug-Met
Lehi kb an acandidate for Clerk of Vanderburgh
Emanuel Bull It n candidate for the
Blce of SherrH, by the solicitation of many friends,
ubject to the will of tho people.
. are authorized to announce George
roLri.ni as a candidate for tho offico of Sheriff of
'anderburgh county at the ensuing October elec-
For tiie Legislature .
are authorized to announce
. imc of .Iohs S. Hantm as a caudidate for Rop
2 tentative of Vanderburgh County in the next
We are authorized to announce Joseph
'. Edson, of Posey county, as a candidate for
Joint Representative tor the counties of Vaudor
nrgfa and Pose".
For District Attorney.
liV are out horized to announce the
lame of M. R. Antrks as a candidate for District
Attorney for the Common Pleas District composed
f tboconntiee of Posey, Vanderburgh, Gibson and
ZVe are authorised to announce the
auie of OuAStrEK. W. Hardin as a candidate for
istri.-t Attorney of the Common Pleas District,
(imposed of the counties of Posey, Vanderburgh,
ibsou and Warrick. diw
Ni.wetnr.il, June 8th, .
GmsaMj You will please announce my
t line in your paper as a candidate for the office of
strict Attorney for the Common Pleas District
mposed of the counties of Posey, Vanderburgh
bson and Warrick " Ellin Lkwib.
For County Treasurer.
1 "i trill pteate announce the name of
( Roy Calvbbt, of Armstrong township, as a c.m
fldatefor the office of County Treasurer, at tho sa
iling October election.
Editor Journal : Plea announce
ny name as a candidate for the office of Treasurer
f Vanderburgh county at the ensuing October
Iccttirtn John S. Tf.biit.
Meter. lieHtorx Pleaee announce my
lame as a candidate for the office of County Tread -irer
at the cunning October election, and oblige
J. W. VlCKEBY.
.flr. Editor: Pleats announce the name
t J. M . Caldwill as a candidate for County Treas
rer at the next October election. niar20.
For Judge Court Common Pleas.
John Pitcher, of Potest County, ha
..on solicit"! to become a candidate for the Judge
ship of the Courtif Common Pleas, by a number
of Attorneys of vk District, and has consented to
be use of his nam in that connection. The an
"lnoenient is therefore made accordingly.
The friend of Ben. Stlnton, Bee.,
mirce him as m candidate for Judge of tbe Court
f Common Pleas, aft the October election.
For County Commissioner.
JOantel Jllstn ietll mi ce a County Com-
aissiouer for the rFirst District of Vanderburgh
3unty, it elected.
. John Becker iu a'caudldale for County
'ommissioner of thsrFirst District of Vanderburgh
We are authorlrd la announc M. W.
it r B as a i.i.Jidata for County Commissioner in
.ie First District of Vanderburgh County.
U V are authorized to announce tht
.ame of J onx B i s a, I of German Township, as a
andidate for County Commissioner in the Third
district ot Vanderburgh County.
Thomat OifTord tctll ttrr as County
ouimtssioner for the First District If elected.
Through the tollcitation or many
aends, I hereby announce myself as a candidate
or the ojp.ce ot County Commissioner.
For Recorder of Deeds.
Pteate announce my nam at a candid-
ate tor Recorder of Deeds of Vanderburgh county,
otate of Indiana. Jambs Oabley.
kVV are authorized to announce the
si tae of Mr. GeoMe G. Walker, the painter, ssan
Independent candidate for the office of Coroner of
Vanderburgh comity at the ensuing October elec
tion. John Wat man I a candidate for re-
dection for Coroooer in Vanderburgh county.
mcsT ri: i El i-P. 11 1 fJSHSCfJJR
hw Cured Hams ; 1 cask Sugar Cured Shoulders ;
1 cask sugar cured f. Beet, extra; 1 cask Cincin
nati Bolognas ; 500 lbs Breakfast Bacon. And for
sale at low figures by
septI8 ..' JACOB S1NZICH A SON.
fPICES' SPICES! I BJVE JS'OtV
l ou hand a splendid article of Pure Spices, put
np by E. K Durkee & Co., New York, which I
will warrant pure. They can't be beat.
J. P. ELLIOTT,
sept? No. 22 Main street.
f-.eu. tit ( act: it BJ.ns. soo lbs.
Prime Sugar Cured Hams, a splendid article,
just received and for sale cheap for cash at ELLI
OTT'S Family Qrocery. sept?
ItTneTk sHb yBIS. CJTBJlB SlltKS,
UUU JOnt received at ELLIOTT'S Fam
ily Grocery. ept7
M7I B. BCKHP.K-S I PC Mi BUJTJK II
mZdm Extracts constantly on hand at ELLIOTT'S
"amilv Grocery. septl
JT n.VIIUJ I' OB TP It 10 MtOXBJV
--J Barclay A Perkins's quart bottles London
i'.rter ; 8 doz pint bottles, just received from
t'ustom House and for sale at ELLIOTT'S Family
'dissolution of Co-Partnership.
TUP CO- I'.i RTJVK RHBMP Hf. UA
tofore existing between the undersigned, un-
tlsr the names and styles ot M. W. Foster a Co.
ad Geo. Foster & Co., are this day dissolved by
Mutual consent. The books and papers will be
I and at the office of Geo. Foster t Co., cornor of
' :-; street and Canal, and either partner is au
rixed to use toe- name of the firms in liquida
te n. M. W. FOSTER,
Evausvilie, Sept. 1,1800. WM. A. UWYN.
CO-PJ KT.VB HSH IP.
The undersigned have this day formed a co-part,
in rship uuder the name and style of GEO. FOSTER
4 CO., for the purpose of coutiuuiug the business
Si carried on by the late firms as above, and would
"licit a continuance of the favors so freely extend-
A to them herefore. pledging their best efforts at
a;: times for the interests of their correspondents.
Sept. 1st, 18G0. GEO. FoSTKB,
ALEX. 11. FOSTER,
s.pt3 WM. A. GWYN.
.' W Tl.ftO TB- SKKB.JI PC CC
W supply just received and for sale by
t. SHARPE k. CO.,
Corner Main and Water streets.
zjrBsmo.ys JmvsTc-TBK vjvZ
sKsf dei'xiirned would respectfully inform the rit-
BsSM of the city that he is prepared to give lessons
l 'Music, on the Piano or other instruments, to
all who may favor him with their patronage.
instruments of all kinds tuned and put in order.
will also select instruments for those who are
, t judges themselves aud desire to purchase on
widence on Sycamore street, between S.-coud
II Third streets.
W ll CHRISTIAN MATTni AS.
d luck Needed for Young
tFIRM OF MILLER & NIEHAUS
M . IJB PI 13.71 B.3.1 J VST BBCJKlf-
IVutM i a bran-new stock of Dry Goods, consisting
ut mauy articles iu their line, too numerous
.Hi ?, which are now open for inspection, aud
i-ily be sold cheap for cash at their store,
street. MILLER NIEUACS.
DR. HAAS, having leased the rooms formerlyoc
cupied by Dr. Klvett, in Dr. Bray's building, oppo
site the Post Office, for a series of years, would re
spectfully solicit the citizens of Eransvillo and tho
surrounding towns and country, 'o visit his rooms
and see the specimens on exhibition, whether they
need the services of a Dentist or Dot.
Since the issuing of his last circular and adver
tisement, over a year since, several improvements
and new inventions have been made, of which he
ha availed himself, and allows nothing that will
subserve the interests of his patients, to pass un
secured, nis facilities are better aud establish
ment larger, without doubt, thai any other iu our
State, and equal toany In Eastern cities. All thosu
who need Dental operations porforined, and are
pleased with his work, shall be attended to with
The following are the styles of work manufactur
ed by him: Continuous Gum; Block or Carved
Work; Vulcanite Rue-: Coralite; Amber; Cbeoplas
tic; Gold and Silver work.
Nothing can excel the beauty aud cleanliness of
the continuous gum work. It is without a seam
or crevico. Checks that are sunken can be restored
to nearly thair original contour by this style of
work, aud also by the use of the Vulcanite, Coral
ite, and Amber Base. The latter styles, for light
ness and adaptation to difficult mouths, excel aay
cels anything we have ever seen.
He has several auusthotics for alleviating puin
when extracting teeth. They are perfectly harm
less. The moiit delicate can have them applied.
He does uot advertise anything he cannot do,
nor exhibit anything uot made by himself.
Parents should consult the health and beauty of
their children by having the Dentist direct their
second dentition, thereby producing symmetry ami
health to those invaluable organs.
Irregularity of children's teeth corrected suc
cessfully. Those having decayed teerh, should either have
them extracted or tilled at once (the latter if pos
sible), lnv health ot the parties and the remain
ing teeth demand this.
ft i?" I taku pleasure in introducing Dr. llaa-t,
my successor to the old rooms iu Bray's buiMing, t
hoping he will find them both pleasant and profit
able From my intercourse with the Doctor, I (
am pleased to find him one of the progressing;
possessing taste and high professional ability and i
siaiiiuug. snniiiSTuw.i can, wiwisaieiy, rucoju
mend him to the comniunitj as a skillful and com
petent dentist. (maj2M) t: KIVETT.
JTkiV. SCMLJBPPBB'S iCCUHK.f-
JLp ted QaosMi Ointment, an infallible cure for
Boils, Felous, Cuts, Bruises, Fever Sores, Scalds,
Burns. White Swellings, Salt Rheum, and Inllama.
tious of all kiudi. N.S.THOMPSON.
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
augl No. 99 Main street.
TO-VeV UJB-S WV T l.U, t 1 TUJ TP
W-f of Magnesia, and Tartro Citric Lemonade, at
augl THOMPSON'S Drug Stere.
FIRST ARRIVAL OF FALL GOODS.
(M'T SCHJPHPU BVSBMJWS.
WB. We are uow receiving our first shipment of
Fall Goods, among them 2oo pes choice Fall Cal
icos, an extra quality of Bleached Shirtiug, Mus
lin, Ac, sc. SCHAPKER & BI'SSING,
augl? No. 4'J Main street.
OLD FIRM IN BUSINESS AGAIN.
r Mil IP l -V 'II P KHIiJ.VP It WIHH TO
ML iuform the public in general and the rest of
mankind in particular, that they have bought out
the Feed business of Mr. J. C. Dusouchet, aud that
thev will be prepared from tfiis time to fill all or
ders for FEED and 8EKD of any kind.
Our Mr. R. S. Rusyo.n having formerly been en
gaged very successfully in the business for over one
year, out called away ro England upon family busi
ness, has returned to his old stand, where he will
at all times be pleased to Bee his old friends and
former customers and all others, and till their orders
for anything in our line, with promptness and sat
isfaction. Feed delivered free to anvpart of the city.
ju!y20-tf R. S. RUSTON ft CO.
Robert iSotj il
jg a c II I T K ? T .
Office Cor. Main and Water Sts.; entrance
on Main St., Euansville, Ind.
Plaus, specifications, detail drawings, Ac. , for all
ciairies of buildings, prupurt d on short notice, and
on reasonable tt'rhs. augl7
" HO ! EVE RYBOOY RU N HER E !
TVST HHCBllTMilfJT TBB CH P.I P
ap Cash Store of It. S. Ruston 4- Co., the follow
ing : X) bushels A No. 1 Corn.
:;n0 do do Oats.
.'.0 do do Rye, for seed.
4 tuns do Bran.
4 do do ShipstHff.
50 bushels do New Timothy seed.
For sale cheap lor cash at the feed store on Water
street. K. S. Kl'STON Sl CO.
johh law, M. a. 151BU, vNotary Public
LAW & ANTHES,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
GENERAL COLLECTION AND REAL ESTATE
Office No. 87 Main street, apposite the Court
House, Evansville, Indiana. inuylC-d&wly
7MT I.. if.VS.V, BOOH II IJ' It
mVIB-m SB AM) gS?
T)Tf,v.lr T)...L !.,,.('.,i,. ., efJMJjItt
maun DWa xuuiiuiaciuit i.
First St., bet. Main and Locust,
tVMT Blank Books ruled, paged and made to order
of the best paper, from a Memorandum to the
largest Ledger. Music and Magazines hound in any
T WPP IIS, JP.I.W,
y f-c. 10 cases best assortment in the city for
tment in the city
sale cheap by KEEN A PRESTON
E B . CROSS,
O. CJ.VJ ., BETWJiEJ'SBCOJn
and Third streets, has opened a LIVERV
STABLE, and solicits a share S4T public patron
age. Horses kept by day or week.
JUHV A. RKITZ
IOHN A. HANKY,
Tho proprietors of the CRESCENT CITY . 0UN
DRY beg leave to inform their friends aud the pub
lie in general that they are fully prepared to inak
to order all kinds of
Needed for Mills or Manufactories of any kina.
Having a great variety of patterus for
.'1 1 L L GEARING,
of any size, and
of any pow-er required. Also manufacturers of
DISTILLERY AND MINING MACHINERY,
TOBACCO SCREWS AND FINISHERS,
MALT MILLS; SASH, MULEY
Circular Saw Mills,
IRON FRONTS for Houses,
CHINESE SUGAR CANE MILLS,
IMPROVED LARD TANKS,
And in fact evsrvthiug in the
IRON FOUNDRY' AND MACHINE BUSINESS.
made to order.
Dealers in a snperi.ir article of
THRESHING MA CHINES,
Aud Powers' complete, of the latest improved style.
IMPROVED STEAM GAUGES, GUM
BELTIXG AND PACKING,
WROUGHT AND WELDED PIPE,
LEAD AND COPPER PIPE, AND FIRE
All at MANUFACTURERS' PRICE.
W Highest price always paid f.. old
At the old Stnd Corner Canal and basis sii tf1
REITZ dk HAS BY.
N. B. Workmen sent to all parts to put up Ma
ehioery and do repairs In Boilers.
Always sa hand and for sals. b3S
in n c e a o :7cm -j ts. -
T KM P LB OP HOJyOR
Division No. 5-t, S. of T..
-KB EKTS EVERY FRIDAY KVEX1M5, 0VKR
' WM the Telegraph Office, on W ater street
A. C. HALLO" II. W. P.
E. B. Uabt, W. A
H. L. Bricket.B.S.
M. Sherwood, F. S.
W. Morton, C.
George (ioodge, I. d.
E. Brown, A.
O. l.Tint, T.
U. W Helisou, A. C.
B. V. Oillett, U.S.
lirt. SMMTB a- WOOMI, the only ac-
knowledgcd American Anrists, will continue to
treat DKAFNESS and all kindred diseases for a
few duys at the Washington Hotel. " Ho that hath
ears to heal , let him hear." aug.H-dtf
Bollomay't itinlment and Pill. quin
sy or intlammation of the throat is very prevalent
during the Spring and Fall of the year. Thous
ands of persons have immediate recourse to these
mudicines on the first symptoms' of attack, and
thus not only save time but even dispense with the
advice or attendance of a physician. Colds pro
duced by tho rapid and fi equent changes of tho at
mosphere during this season, are speedily cured by
tile I ills. These remedies fortiTy the IkkJv against
tho inclemencies of the winter.
Sold by all Di ug.-ists, at 25c., 62c. and ?1 per box
or pot. sept.20
Hair II ye! -Hair Ilye.'! -Half Jy!!.'
William A. Batchel.n 's Hair Dye ! The original
aud best In tho world !'. ! All othurs aro mere im
itations, and shout. f be avoided, H you wish to es
GRAY, RED, or RUSTY Hair Dyed instantly
to a beautiful and Natural Brow n or Black, without
injury to the Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have
been awarded to Wa. A. Batchslob since IKW,
and over 80,000 applications hsvo lieen madu to tht
Hair of his Patrons of his famous Dye.
WA. BATCH KLOR'S HAIR DYE produces
j a color not to be distinguished from natuie, and is
wabuantu) not to injurs in tho least, however
j long it may be continued, and the ill effects of bad
' Dyes remedied ; the Hair ii.vigorated for lifo by
this Splondid Dye.
Sol 1 iu all cities aud towns of tho United States,
by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
t t. . 'i Genuine has the name aud address upon
a stool plate engraving on four sides of each Box
of William A. Batchflok. Address
CnAS. BATCHEL0R, Proprietor,
sept.20-lyrd.iw 81 Barclay-st. New York.
Wnz. J. Balchelor't Hair Ilyt. Thi
sp!en 1H Hair Dye has no equal instantaneous iu
offeet Beautiful Black or Natural Brown no
staining the skin or injuring the Hair remedies
the absurd and ill effect of Bad Dcs, aud invigo
rates the Hair for lifo. None are genuine unless
signed W. A. Batciielor." Sold everywhere.
CHAS. BATCHELOH, Proprietor,
sept20 81 Barclay -st, New York.
Vo, the Woiamti Ajmtmt. mXadelphia.
The following- from the accomplished
editress of the Woman t Adrocate, and from an old
druggist, speak for themselves. All should read
Tbk Haib. People have for centuries been af
flicted with bald heads, and the only remedy here
tofore known has been those abominable wigs.
By a recent discovery of Professor Wood, these
articles are being fast dispensed with ; but a great
many per.ons still patronize them because they
have been so often imposed upon by Hair Tonios
of different kinds. To all such persons we ear
nestly make the request that they will try once
again, for in Wood's Restorative thero is no such
thing as fail. We know of a lady who was bald,
who used the article a short time, and her head is
now covered completely with the tiniest and uioBt
beautiful curls imaginable. We know of numerous
cases where hair was rapidly falling out, which it
restored in greater perfection than it ever had been
It is also without doubt ono of tho best articles
for keeping the hair iu good coudition, making it
soft and (.lossy, removing dandruff, and has proved
I itnelf the greatest enemy to all the ills that hair is
It is the duty of every one to improve his or her
! persoual appearances though some may differ iu
regard to the ways of doing it ; but every oue will
admit that a beautiful head of hair, either in man
or woman, is an object to be desired, and there are
ne means which should be left untried to obtain
such a desidoratum.
Cal-tiox. Beware of worthless imuatious, as
several an- already iu tho market, called by different
names. Use none unless the words (Professor
Wood's Hair Restorative, Depot St. LoniB, Mo., and
New York) are blown iu tho bottle.
Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine deal,
era. Also, by all Fancy and Toilet Goods dealers iu
the United States aud Canadas. 8ept.18-ltnd.Sw
Judton't Mountain Uerh Ptllt. Bote
strange aud wonderful it ofleu seems to us that a
medicine composed of simple mountain herbs and
roots, should so certainly search out aud cure dis
ease. How surprising that the Indians should
know and preserve bo long and well a secret that
has escaped the search of the greatest physicians
the world has ever seen. True, the ancient Inhab
itants of Mexico were a strange race, found by the
Spaniards living in large cities, and, allowing lor
their strange enstoniH and religion, as well civil
ized as their conquerors. In the words of a writer
of some celebrity, " they have perished from the
earth, their citien are gigantic piles of ruins, their
Kiugv and Princes so mighty iu thir lives, are for
gotten ; their ruins and their medicines alone are
left." Tho united testimony of all Intelligent
persons is, that JUDSON'S MOUNTAIN HERB
PILLS are the most successful medicine in the
world in curing disease.
Sold by all me diciuu dealers.
Bodiaro Mining Company, EvausvilU, Indiana.
OJHci on Water street, between Maiu nd LociiBt.
Coal, iu quantities of not lea than SB bushels, de
livered t any part of the city, at 10 crts per bnsh.
At the pit, 8 cents. JOHN WTM OKD,
octv Secretary and Manager.
(FORMERLY OF STEKLE BUNNELL.)
CORN Kit OK
WALNUT STREET AND THE CANAL,
K VA VIL L E. IND.
rWIIItm .VA' U BSTJIHLlSIImnJBJST
jm. it now iu full uperatioUi with new aud com
pleti Machinery of the latest stylo, for Planinj; aud
IreHMiii: Lumber, Plauiutf and Grooving Flooring,
uiakiug Poors aud Sash Moulding, AVindow
Blind, and every other deacriptiuu of work done
in such eatablihmentH.
All work at then" Mills warranted to bo well
done, and will be ofTred at the lowest cush prices.
Dry Poplar Flooring and Wentherboai ding con
stant ly on hand, aud will be sold for canh.
Brackettt and S rolls saw ml to any pattern.
Slitting and all kinds of Sawing dono to order,
and iu the most approved style.
JyJ WM. HTJNNELL.
LADIES AND GENTS:
rpr- if n wv a I. tt a pjiu rs STtcc
Jrn. pmm at No. 8 Second street room for a few
more. Come and look no trouble to show ttiose
cosy little dove and tan colorod Gaiters. Give us a
call, und I know you will luiy. Glove Kid, French
K id and Morocco Polka Boots, of the niont exquisite
Styles ever offered iu this market. Minses' and
Children's Gaiters of every shade aud color; Kid
an I Morocco of every style, with and without
heels ; Copper-tipped of various kinds, of the im
Gents' tine Patent Leatlmr and Calf Boots ma le
to ouuta of the best imported stock we have had
for years. Glove Kid, Patent Leather, Calf aud
Morocco Cougrees Gaiters excelsior, a la mode.
Made hy the most fashionable ai'd best workmen
to lie fouud our Eastern cities not excepted.
Friendf , come ou strangers, give us a trial.
mai'3l No. h Second st., Evansville, inI.
MIHIflJIJP utJVM WJi.fJ.V .11.1-
ki r. The tiuderaigued is fully prepared to
manufacture all descriptions of Carriages sad Wag
ons from the finest to ihe cheapest, all or which
will ! imranteed of the boSt wor1tman?hip.
A constant supply ..f Carriages and Waeoas ill
be found in my warerooins, at No. 140 Jin street,
Kvansville. FRANK HAMMRRSTEIN.
N. B Repairing done at roas-r,able rates, with
nsatuss' and dispatch. julyil-3tndJlw
rjnNP t.vunBsitJJS'Pii, o. BE
AT tiriflsr from active commercial purs aits, so
lon and ph :s:intly carri-id on by himself and other
members ot h'n house (over thirty years) in South
ern Indiana, wor ld return his most grateful thanks
to his numerous friends and castoniers for their
many kindnesses ; and in takiiiic leave of his
friends, commercially, he can with confidence rec
ommend his successors to tho patronage of his
friends as every way worthv of thai.- continued fa
vors. ' M. W. FOSTER.
Sept. 1st, 1830. sept:i
FA I FgR0 UNDS 1 FATrIOUN DS J
fjf C I. PPHSOJVS wisbi.'- TO
WB. rent stands for the sale of food for the crowd ,
or the diuimr hall, those wlshins to run swings or
exhibit shows, will make application to th'. under
signed. The Fair will be held four days Septem
ber 25th, 26th, JTth, and 28th, 1860.
SeptO-tf P. HOBNBBO0K, Sey.
mp.t cojy: mcwtm ob p o vj'b s
m9 Hams, Shoulders and Sides in store and for
sale by VICKERY BROS.,
septl2 No. 82 Main Btreet.
lykMo w is
'ft I' It TIME TO BUY
AND SMALL MONUMENTS of
all varieties ar.d styles,
MANTLES, FURNITURE MARBLE,
Vaies, Urns, Head stones, Ac, which for quality,
architectural beauty, and finish, are uot to be sur
passed auy where.
.'l!y Ware-Room i well supplied with the above
va -Ifcties, which I will B"U at reduced prices to
ni :e room for inv Fall shipments.
Will always find my supplies equal to their de
mand?, and prices satisfactory.
Marble Hall Building, Kvansville, Ind.
june26-3mdw M. A. LAWRENCE.
Notice to the Pu b 1 i c
No. 67 Main st. bet. Second & Third,
Is open with a splendid assortment of
from 35 cts. to SIS.
JtCd turer ot tho uely iorentgd aud improved
(Spectacles, No. 4, Third St.. bet. Main and Locust,
opp. Crescent City Bank Buildinrr, Evansville, Ind.
These celebrated Spectacles are made of Brazilian
Pebbles, and constructed it Accordance with the
philosophy of nature, In XJt peculiar form of a
concavo-convex, which can te need by the old and
young, either by day or caudlo Mghi, with perfect
easo,aud no uupleasaut fteiiuK to the eyes that mauy
experience ftom nsin the common kiud. Theyiend
to strengthen ami improve the sight, as will be seen
by the following tostimouials from those nsing
From Samuel Orr, Esq.
I hav purchased a pair of Spectacles tram I.
Rittanberg. I have fouud theai to be perfectly easy
to the eye. 1 cheerfully rocommeud tl em to the
Frm S. Sorenson, Esq.
I take great pleasure in recommending the glasses
of I. Rittenberg to tho public. They give great
From Judge W. B. Moore, IloonriUe, Ind.
For years pant I have been accustomed to use ar
tiflcial sight, and have tried several kinds of spec
tacles, but I have fonnd none so easy to the eye as
I. Rit.onberg's. I take pleasure iu recommending
them to the public.
Princtto.l, Gibson county, Ind.
Ilaving purchased, aud tor some time used, the
Brazilian Pebbis Spectacles, gotten up by Mr. I.
Rittenberg, formerly of Indianapolis, and now of
Evansville, we can most coraially recommend them
as being easy for the eyes, and iu all respects a good
Rev. JOHN McMASTER, C. N. JERAULD,
JOSEPH DEVIN, J. J. KIRK MAN,
SAMUEL WUITSETT, ROBERT DUNCAN.
JtyjfJ.S'l CJ t TIJHPR J.YII WHO CP
WwJL sale Dealer in Pure Cider und Extra Family
Vinegar. Orders iron a distance will receivo
N. B. This Viuejrar has taken the premium at
the South-Western Iudiana District Fair last Oc
tober. Orders for Vinegar will be received at the
Factory or at II. Nelson Co. 's Auction Room on
Sixth street, near Fuitoii Avenue, Lamasco.
Jf p7b1lEio TT, .llJ.VVPJtCTVUBB
of Saddles, Hirurss, Bridles, K, keeps
constantly on hand a full assortment of Saddles of
every kind and prico, Haruess, Collars, Whips,
Fly Nets, Saddle Bai;s, Ac. rf-c, at No. '1 FIRST
STREET, Foster's Block, Evansville
tyo "Repairing neatly done.
A Z U M E A
BRIC KE T T & CO..
WA TEH ST,, KEAK LOCUST.
rWVIP PUOPKIETOHS OP THE
& Azumea now call attention to an article
which, having the approval of physicians aud chem
ists -vbo have analyzed it, they can confidently
jecommeud, and warrant to be
Pure and Wholesome,
Aud free l'ntu ail deU'tfiious drugs. Iu regard to
economy, the ndvautrtgedare many and (jrcat, viz.:
All the nouriuhiuK proerti-M ot the flour aro pre
served ; time is saved ; any on who can mix flour
and water, can in a few minutes make a good loaf;
the bread is not liable to lecomo dry, mouldy, uur
uour; aiout half the usual quantity of butter and
egg, will ruitice tor pastry, pnddinga, Ac. Famitira
will find the Azumea desirable for nearly all pur
poses where flour, meal, tc, ih used. Hut. -Is. boats,
and boarding hemes, can bw S'ipplied at rat tliat
will make it the most economical article now used.
Sold by Grocers gen orally.
N. 15. As the Azumea oootalna do alum. It
will not make dark or bud flour light.
Louisville Tobacco Agency,
COR. FIRST AND MA IX STREET,
E V i X S V I L L E, I X D I A X A .
opeiu u an ageiKrv tor the ftle ol all kinds ot
Manufactured Tobacco and Cigars, aud will soil as
cheap as the cheapest.
1 especially invite the patronage of tho city
trade, who will liud it to their interest tc give me
I have also opened a complete retail fetock of
Candies, Nuts, Kalsfhfl, Lemuiis, Ac.
Also, a superior article of Gnu .Powder, Young
Hyson and Imperial Teas, to retail at 70 cents per
Give me a trial. JAS. b. SPALDIXG,
Jan33-tf Agnt for Panb l Spalding, jr.
PHI LI W DECKER, "
(Successor to Decker m Kramer),
MANUFACTURER OF LARD
SilAP AND CANDLES,
Also an extra article of
HI li.VI.yC, EJWIJVB, f CJB OIL.
Dealers in Rosin, Soda, Ashe, Ac. Also
PURE CATAWBA WINE,
Of our owu raisiu, in qnautirics to suit purchasers,
4G Main street j bet. Pirsl If Seond,
5r5-Ternis c.-h, or GO days' paper negotiable id
bank. JaaW ly
a-i is ; fi it "bbkp.sou cbs. it it i hi i
JLf Beef just received from W. V. Davis, Cin-
ciunati, aud f .r s i etu
i FAMILY GBOCXBT.
Ejucfjs to oils:
J. C. & J. G. SMITH
16V itlalii street,
EVA a S V
I L L E, I M D .
gTCHJlTPPVC POK TflE P.If-T P.tT-
WB r.inajv bafltOBMd noon them, twii leave t in
form their fru'ii. is and tin- c-'iumonity in general
tliat with the ai'l of new inacinnerv, thf y are ena
bled to t jru out work superior to that of any Kast,
era luak .
TBose who wis'u to have e-'od TOOLS, and at the
game time enconraga home mtuiufaoiure, can supply
tliemselves it the factory.
Hatchets, Axe,, Iioes, Draw-Knives, Pork I'leav
era, Millers' I'icks, and Edeeil Tools of all kinds,
made of double reflned cast steel, and warrant,!
bijual to any in OB. jau21l
J. H. UOKLKEB. 11. f. BLOUNT. J. H. rtLMVIM II.
ft, BLOUNT & Co.,
(Successors '.o Roelker, Elusnian A Co.)
Stoves, Hollow-Ware. House I'loim,
UaW-oiiies, Fencing, Railings, etc
ALSO DEALERS IN
Tinners' Stock of all Kinds.
Saninle and Sle Room, No. 7G Main Street,
AND DEALER IS
PA I NTS, BR USHES, OIL S. VA RNISH,
Window Glass and irlaasware, Perfumery of all kinds,
Medicinal Brandies, Wine, $, $c.
Wathinrton Block, Main ttreet.
Proprietor of the Genuine Bell's Tonic.
'IMPORTANT TO HO USEKEEPERS.
E. R. DURKEE & CO.'S
ffCJI HJ.VTB P II JVOT O.VI'JB-
WB solutely and porfectly pure, but giouud from
fresh Spices, selected aud cleaned by us expressly
for the purpose, without reference to coai. They
are beautifully packed iu tiufoil .lined with paper),
to prevent injury by keopiug, aud aro full weight,
while the ordinary ground Spiced are almost in
variably short. AVe warraut them, iu point of
strength aud richness of flavor, beyond all com
parison, as a single trial will abundantly prove.
Manufactured only by E. It. DUHKEK it CO.,
feb20isd.iw 181 Pearl street. New York.
Wholesale and retail dealer in
TOYS AND NOTIONS,
NO. 1 MAIN STREET,
HPUP CJJV BE POVJVII J
WW full stock of all the novelties of the day
or the Fall Trade and Holiday Presents, including
Pianos, Melodeons, Violins, Harps, Accordeons,
Fifes, Flutes, Toy Drums, Guns, Dolls, Balls, Tea
Sets, Tops, Marbles, Chessmen, Domiuos, Fire
works, Gold Plated and Gilt Jewelry, 4c. Coun
try and City Trade solicited by
oct29-ly A. C. PUSnEE.
JCWU HP.VT TH P WELL KJS'O WJV
BC Store, lately owned and occupied by Michael
Garisk, deceased, as a grocery and provision store,
corner of Main and Fourth streets. There is a
first-rate smoke house attached to the store.
Apply to John Gavisk, or WM. RAHM, Jr.
MANUFACTURER A WHOLESALE DEALER IN
CLOTHS, CA88IMEME6, 8ATIKETT8, TWEED
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Also, Hats ancf Caps.
No. 3 H AIM Stbkkt, bet. FidST and SSecond.
sepia EVANSVILLE, IND.
MANUKA CT CUES OK
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
Corner Lett and Water Streets,
- - - Mndinna.
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
rit7HrSHORT & CO.,
No. 94 Camp Street,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
B. I. suobt. oat22-&ad B. 8. Howard.
B. U. ralBCHILD JOHN W. BINGUAM
E- H. EAIRCHILD & CO.,
(Successors to T. C. Twitciiell & Co.,)
7 POI'DiiS STREET,
octl WWW OIlLnA.VS.
H. Jf EJSWEil I' ef CO., COMMIS
sion aud Forwarding Merchants, No. 29, Poy"
dras Street, New Orleans. La. my20-dwly
f1 , .JYOBl, STOf COMMISSION
ML Merchant and propfi "or o Stock Stables,
New Orleans. La. jan22'57-ly. .
filHPII. II PC BOjyilRIO, COMMIS
sion Merchant, No. 7 Lafayette street. New Or
leans, for the sale of butter, cheese, bird, eggs, dried
fruits, Flour, Meat and all sorts of Western Pro
duce, and for the purchase of Groceries, Ac. Cash
advances made an consignments. mal5-ly
COMMISSION AND r
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Liieral advances made on consignments to either j
of our houses.
Messrs. Altis & Howes, Benieut A Veile, Howard i
& Brown, Evansville. jy;
italic if in: ubbJitbovse Co.,
WW COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
JVo. 1 S Poydras Street,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
CLEM WILKIN. ..W. E. UUEATliOl Sr.....l06. fTW
We give oor persoual attention to the sale of To
bacco, krn, WTieat, Hay, Oats, Flour, Pork, Bacon.
Lard, re. augl4
B. r.ET H E L L .T. rTjTa BBClTT ..Te B. FALLS'
B. P. ETHELL & CO..
oimmissioii and Forwarding
NO. IOI MAGAZINES!'., NEWOKLEAKS, LA.
Foster A Co., Brown A Aikunu
O'Riiey, Evansville, Ind.
and r. :.
1 z a 'i i
A. M. Phelps & Son, Miner A W
S. M. Leavenworth, Esc., John PI
Everts, na. !
Eei., Mt. Vernou, lad.
G. P. Hudspeth Jt Co., Boonvllle, Iud
Geo. Atkinson, Esq., W. W. Catlia, Esq
dei son, Ky.
Nock, Wicka Co., D S. Benedict A Son
OF CRESCENT CITY
Gr AL Xj DE3
Olf TO THE GH E.I Tl I' I. -
creased trade, and high appreciation of Mr.
! Sunn's Photographic Pictures, which posses al
t ways fine shadows aud a clear expreive likeness
' he has added as a Keception Boom to his old Gallery
! the one lately occupied by Dr. V. IIntcIiinson,D'i
I tist. Mr. S. assures the uuMw and gent3 of Evaj
j villo and vicinity that they will cow find ample
space and everything equal to tho Lest Galleries of
i the West. Mr. S. need not state after two years
1 successful practice in this city, that his Pictures
! are esteemed the most highly here, and mauy miles
j around, both on account of their being the rhenp
i est and best, but also from their unfading rhaia,--!
ter. Mr. S. has also two lady attendants at his
! Gallery, thereby insuring every aituiaiou com
bined with great economy of time in each depart
ment of labor a lew minutes being ail thut is
needed to satisfy each of his patris wltb a fir-t-class
Sincerely thanking bis patrons for past favors, he
trusts that by greater facilities in his Art, be may
still increasingly merit thoir patronage.
K. B. Cres.-eut City Gallery, opposite the Court
house, Maiu street, is open from seven in the morn
ing until sun-down. uprV-6111
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
GROCERIES & LIQUORS,
No. US Vi tal First street,
ap25-ly EVANSVILLE. IND.
holesalouud Kc tail Dealer 111
(ifroceries, Produce, & Liquors,
Ve. 1 33 Potey's Blocli, Main St.
rmiMJK I ft fi 01 '.t it, tt.t v 1., ti
and disposed of his old Block of Groceries, is just
receiving a new and enlarged assortment of GRO
CERIES, LIQUORS, Ac, which he will sell, either
at wholesale or retail, as cheap as can b 'purchased
in this market. Having purchased my stock for
cash, I can sell my goods at Manufacturers' prices.
To my old easterners both, in town and country,
I tender my grateful acknowledgments for past fa
vors, and hope by strict attention to busiuess to
merit a continuance of their patronage.
BUT Goods delivered in any part of tho city free
of charge. sep2u T. REDMOND.
Str-f "1 ert i-.T.- 1
Above we present you with a perfect likeneas o f
Tezuco, a chief of a tribe of tho strange Aztec Na
tion, that once ruled Mexico. You will find a full
account of him in our pamphlets and Almanacs
to be had gratis from the Agents for these Pills.
The inventor and manufacturer of u Judsons
Mountain Herb Pills " has spent the greater part
of his life in traveling, having visited nearly every
country in tho world. He spent over six years
among the Indians of the Rocky Mountains and of
Mexice, and it was thus that the "Moiratain Herb
Pills " were discovered. A very interesting ac
count of his adventures there you will find in our
Almanacs and Pamphlets. It is an established f tct
that all diseases arise from
The blood is the life ; and when any foreign or un
healthy matter gets mixed with it, it is atonro dis
tirbuted to every organ of the body. Every nerve
feels the poison, and all the vital organs quickly
complain. The stomach will not digest tho food
perfectly. The liver ceases to secrete a sutltcicncv
of bile. The nction of the heart is weakened, und
so the circulation is weakened. Ti e lungs become
clogged with the poisonous matter; home, a
cough and all from a slight impurity at tho foun
tain head of life the Blood ! As it you had
thrown some earth, for iustance, in a pure spring,
from which ran a tiuy rivulet in a few minutes
the whole course of tho stream becomes disturbed
and discolored. As quickly dees impure blood fly
to every part, and leave its sting behind. All the
passages become obstructed, and unless the ob
struction is removed, the lamp of life soon dies out.
These Fins not only purity the blood, but regen
erate all the secretions of the body. They are,
therefore, unrivaled as a
CUBE FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, Ac This Auti
Bllloua Medicine exptls frem the blood the hidden
aeeds of disease, and renders all the fluids and se
cretions pure aud fluent, aringand resuscitating
the vital organs.
Pleasant, indeed, Is it to us, that we axe able to
place within your reach a medicine liko the
" Mountain Herb Pills," that will pass directly to
the afflicted parts, through the blood and fluid, of
the body, and cause the sufferer to brighten with
the flush of beauty and health.
Judson's Pills are the best remedy iu existence for
the following complaints : Bowel Complaints,
Coughs, Colds, Chest Diseases, Coativeuess, Dys
pepsia, Diarrhoea, Dropsy, Debilitj, Fever and
Ague, Female Complaints, Headaches, Indigestion,
Influenza, Inflammation, Inward Weakness, Liver
Complaints, Lowness of Spirits, :-toue and Gravel,
Piles, and Secondary Symptoms.
GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE I
Females who value health, should never be with
out these Pills. They purify the blood, remove ob
structions of all kinds, cleanse the skin ol all pim
ples and blotches, and bring the rich color of
health to the pale cheek.
The plants and herbs of which these Pills are
made, were discovered, in a very surprising way,
among too Tezucans, a tribe of Aborigines in Mex
ico. Get the Almanac of our Ageut, and you will
read with delight tho very interesting account it
contains of the "Great Medicine" of tho A tecs.
OBSERVE. The Mountain Herb Pills aro put up
in a beautiful wrapper. Each Box contains 40 pills,
und Retail at 2S cents per box. All genuine have
the signature of B. L. Jndsou A Co., on each box.
Wot sale iu Evansville by Keller ,v White, Leirh
f Carlstedt, W. S. Thompson, and Bierl ovr &
B. L. JUDSOS & CO.,
janl so Leonard St., N. Y
TJWtts. wi.ysco W, JJV
WvJM. eneed A'ursoand female Tiiv;
to the attention of mothers, her
for Children Teething, which greatly facilitates the
process of Teething, by softening the gums, redu
cing all inflammation will allav all pain and
spasmodic action, and is SURE TO REGULATE
THE BOWELS. Depend upon it, mothers, it will
give rest to yourself, and
BELIKF AND HKALTH TO Y0CH INFAST3,
We have put up and sold this article fr over
ten years, and can ray,, in confidence and ti.
of it, what we have nev 3(,r been able to sa' ot anj
other medicine never fchas it fail' d, in a aingls
instance, to effect a cure ?wheti timely used . Nev
er did we know an in stance of dissatisfactiou
by any one who used it. COn the contrary, all are
delighted with its cpera- lotions, aud speak in te:nij
f highest commeuda ti'ii of its magical cf-
feels aud medical virtue. We sr.. ak in this matter
'what wo do know," af ter ten years' experiie-e, j
nd pledge our renula tiou for tl.e Iuifl!:nent t I
1 what we here declare, jjiu aim st every insra:;cc
! where the infant is suf- THeriug from pain and ex
j haustion, relief will lie found iu 15 or 20 minutes
' after tho Syrup is admin
This valuable preparation is tb prescript' on
' of one of the most expe rienced and ski I 1 f u 1
Nurses iu New England, "jand has been Bind with
I never failing success in Sthousandsof cases.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but
i invigorates the stomach aud bo wels.corrects ucid
! ity, aud gives tone and $energy to the whole sys
: tern. It will almost in stantly relieve Griping
; in the Bowels and Wind QBColic, and overcome con
vulsions, which if not Speedily rrimsjdirifl. end
i in death. We believe itSCthe best and surest rem
i edy in the world, in all fcases of Dys utery and
: Diarrhea ill children, 'whether it arises from
teething o.- from any ' other cause. We would
' say to every mother who I has a child 3 '.life riug
; from any one of the foregoing complaints, do not
let your prejudices, nor the prejudices of others,
I stand between 3'onr 6urt'eiing chiM aud thft leiief
that win be sure ves, absolutely sore to T0T10W
" - fir 1
' Fnll directions for using will accompany each 1
laittle. None genuine uuiess the t.to siniib. t
OCKTIS i PSKKINS, New Fork, is oe the eM
side v. rapper.
Hen- I Sold by Druggists throughout the world. Prin
I cinal office. No. IS Cedar streut, New Vork.
Price 2., cts. a bottle. jani.'-uwiy.
KELLER 1 WHITE. Agents, Evausvilie. In
Boots ttSct Shoes.
M9PJII t( BVBBOtVH STOCK OP
Mn. Boots. Shoos, Hats, and Caps is now con
plete. No larger, nor better selected stock of good
goods, was ever brought to the Pocket of Indiana.
Tliey have been bought of the best manufacturers
of New England, ami at the lowest possible rates,
and will be sold for cash or prompt paper at cor're
poading figures. Merchmts visiting the city for
the purpose of buying goods would be well paid by
looking through their stock. gept7
srEEIt.' Ik.PII Tff.VS OP
Shorts: lim bush Ear Corn, 3D
bush Oats, for sa
I VICKERY BROS.,
Nu. 32 Main street.
tCB O T.I WOES. J VST
HP CP I VP i
tMi Imsh large and good nt
eeptlZ No. 82 Main stieet.
mmiB iv comTpmsb, PcT, tc oo
WW lbs New Cod fish ; No 1,2 and 3 Mackerel,
in store and for sale at VICKERY BR03.,
se;rtl-2 No. 82 Main street.
MAXVFACTVRERS OF THIS CITY,
BY J. G. SAUERS & CO.
"Jfa a H.f I'P O.V JMJI'B Jt Fl.VE
Pw lot of Manufacturers' Tobacco and are ie
ceiving daily from the factory, viz.:
SI'PERIOR RRI0HT lb LUMP,
BLACK HAWK BRAND IN 100 fts BOXES,
SUPERIOR 4 0Z. LUMP IN CADDIES,
FIVE LUMP IN BmXESOF 100 lbs.
( , iB8kx
dec ted Kentucky and Missouri leaf.
cigars, from nail Spanish (
Made of Dure Havana Leaf the celebratod CE
VANTERS, not to be beat if equalod.
We invite dealers to rail and examine the stock
before biivlue;, as we will sell at the lowest rate.
ALL 13 & HOWES, Agents,
ang.28-6m Water street.
A. T. WHITTLESEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
M ill attend promptly 'o the collection of claims,
and to all description of Law and Notarial busi-
mar Office on Third street, between Main aud
Locust, with O. W. McBride, Esq. julyl3-dslwly
H0LLINGSW0RTH & BRO.
Have just received a large importation of
Glassware, China, &c,
On First St., bet. Sycainoro and Vine,
JAMES T. WALKER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT,
OfltM on Third street, between Main and Sya
FTELARPE & Co
HARDWARE a'nD AGRICULTURAL
Tm jpt QiTr -trt7
jft-l VP fifi.nO VP tl TO OH.'PH
Bml of Main and Water streets, and offer for sale
a large and well assorted stock, which, for exivit
and variety, is uu.: 11 rpassed. july30
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER ,
COR. MAIN AND THIRD ST3.,
All work w.irrauted to be done in goot stvle aud
very cheap. Call and examine.
KSW JIBE SKVCI.Vfi JT RP-
WxV dured priceB our stock of CARPET OIL
CLOTHS, DRUGGETS, MATTING, DAMASKS,
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS ,
HOSIER!", GLOVES, MUSLINS, SHEETINGS
CALICOES. CAS.SIMERES, CLOTHS,
Anything we huve iu the Dry Goods lino we will sel
low for CASH, as it is our full determination W
change bnsluees. J AH. 0AKLEV 4 SON.
EFaiMFille Commercial College
m90. 7, JOBTB PMBST ST BP. 1. 1,
ttW EVANSVILLE, IND. This Institution pre
sents every inducement to young; men wishing u
acquire a thorough practical knowledge of Double
Entry Book Keeping, as well as a general Business
This institution has been iu successful operation
-for over iivo years. For Catalogues or other par
ticulars, call ut the Rooms, or address
decl.1-ly JEBEMIAH BEHM, Principal.
SU. 45 MAIN STREET,
ttiT Particular attention given to Photograph
and Melainotypes. sep5-ly
Hi 3AH NKUlON JOSEPH T. M'BETKOL&R.
Auction and Commission.
MM . PC SON' st CO., SVCCBSSOBs
MS tt to Wooisey & Nelson, will coutintie 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 iay particular attention to the sale o f
everything entrusted to thorn ; they will attend t
any auction sales anywhere in the city.
Particular attention given to tho sale of Land
aud Town Lots Ac. Ac. febl-ly
SMITH'S SHIRT MJ.yVP.1C
TORY, 35 MA IX STREET,
If you wish to get the worth of your money tn
3hirts,Gent lemen's Furnishing Goods
FANCY SHIRTING PRifiTS,
Pl'Hw call at J3 Main .Sirm t.
All orders tor Stitching Silk, Cotton and Iiimn
ijs-i- projntly attondJ to, and naatlj executed.
Qrateful for pnttt i-atroiiau, I respectfully aolM
a rontinuani-t of tho same.
tibirtt uuulo to or dor from mci3u rein cut, wad
s:iiirjt;K'ti''ii warrantt-d. se,"t.'i-ly
WJwMVX Jf JPREHTOJV, U'iit.:-
JfA BAtK hRY GOODS HOUSE, Fintatnwt, tv -Ansville,
bid. Merchants will alwaya find a ful
atcck of Dry Goom, Hoots, Shoos, Hats and Cap, at
.Hits IfH4e. which wilLhe sold on fairtorms. fe-ep21
New Administration !
TO OLD PATRONS AND NEW ONES I
J. P. ELI-IOTT,
fcirnnspoT to 7,. il. Cook, I'loneer Family Groceiy,
No. Main Street,
JH N'O IV ON' Jf.fN'.'t IV M TB
an almost onulcss variety of Eancy and .Staple
Groceries, whicli he intends to soil at UNIEOUM
prices, lie will uot sell one or two leading articles
at cost or below cost to attract attention ; but the
community may rely ou gettlui; good at tides at
fair average prices. I have something for almost
everybody. Mechanics, dealers, house keejers,
Uiisaes and bachelors can find goods in which they
obtain value reoelved for their money,
janli 1. V. ELLIOTT'S amity Grocery.
WM. E. FRENCH & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN READY-MADE
YA N K E EN 0 TI ON 8,
Wo. ao Main Street, Kvansville, Ind.
Agents for German Auchor Bolting Cloth.
AirFL fi . WILI.IA
Eft Grilbert Co
3vcaoore street, between Yater and First, Evans
ville, ludiaua. A full assortment of Groceries at
ways oil hand, and fir tale at the lowest prices.
Aects for " Cypress Mills," Cttoa Yarns, ic at
ruanufacturf'B prices. tnovl
. . . . . ' TS
t,JW BOl'SE, WICC. P.
tijt HViCUS, I'tvi fi.-tor. r'oruer First and Locus
streets, Kvan.-iville, Iud. Oue square from steaBS
b iat Lin lint;. mvo-lj
'IT- rifTPr., tVJI TER STREET,
.1 Hall) aL 1 Division, Kvansville, Ind.
WM. H. B0IC0UBT. Prop'
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