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SATURDAY MoUNlNu. .urroi?KK ; Toviik1i1 Mi l l I ii-,. The citizens ol' Wmm ahlhaUMll County will be addressed on the political questions of tbe day, and especially in reference to the management ol County affairs and the ad ministration ot the Sheriff 's office, at the following- times and places: Kuight Township, at Terry's School House, Saturday, Oct. Gth. Speaking will commence at all the aliove points at 1 o'clock P. M., except in Centre Township, where it will commence at 7 o'clock P. M. All the candidates are expected to le present. Tax payers may exect to hear of matters of interest to them. Sheriff Caviti is invited to be present, , and vindicate himself before the people ; from the charges that are brought against him. Let voters turu out and hear the facts. Biecklnrldgc and Lane Meeting!. Ceo. W. Merrill, C. R. Rudd, and G. W. McBride will address the citizens of Van derburg county, on the Political Topics of the day, at the following times and places, viz.: Sat unlay, Oct. 6, 1 o'clock, at Cross Roads in Armstrong Township. Saturday evening at Mozart Hall, Evane- ville. Monday, Oct. 8, at 1 o'clock, at Ceo. Iaiioi s, German Township. Monday evening, Oct. 8, at Babytown. Perry Township. Speaking to commence at 7 o'clockP. M. Gen'l Lane will attend the meeting at t!ieCro?a Roads in Armstrong and at Evans ville, and would be pleased to meet his old friends. Candidate Notices For Surveyor. tl V art authorised to announce th nsasn of Mr. Joseph K. Fkick as a candidate for ('..iinty Surveyor, subject to the decision of the voters at the polls. For Towntliip Assessor. We art authorised to announce th nun of John H. Kofanuick an a candidate for the office of Township Assessor af Pigeon Township. I". UVarrtn tt a candidal for re-elee- tiun t i the office of Township Assessor of Pigeon Town-hip. Fur Cleric Vandtrb'h Circuit Court. -It I lie rtquett of hi friend, tee art authorized to announce Louts Ricnrr.it as a can didate tor re-election to tho oHloe ot Clerk of the Vanderburgh Circuit Court. For Sheriff: Kmanuel II, ill it a cat.ldat forth office of Sheriff, by tlu solicitation of m:iny friends, subject to the will of the people. W art authorized lo announce tJtorg-t Woi.i-i.is us a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Vanderburgh county at the ensuing October elec tion. Fur tlie Legislature. We arc nuthortttd to announce th nsnis oT John S. Heipusn as a candidate lor Rep reesatatlea af Vanderburgh County in the next tieueral Assembly. We ar authorised to announce Jnteph P. Emon, of Posey county, as a candidate for Joint Representative for the counties of Vander burgh aud Posey. For District Attorney. II V ar authorised to announce th name of H. R. Anihes os a candidate for .District Attorney for the Common Pleas District composed il tbei ouuties of Posey, Vanderburgh , G i hsou aud Warrick. Mewbi iioh, June 8th, I860. Gkntifmkn: Vou will please aononuce my MM ill your eaper as a candidate for the office of District Attorney for the Cojiiuiou Pleas District composed of the counties of Posey, Vanderburgh Gibson and Warrick Ellis Lewis. For County Treasurer. 'ou it ill fileate announce th nam of Lvbot Calvebt. cd Armstrong township, as a can didate for the office of County Treasurer, at theen suitig October election. Bditort Journal : Plea announce it! J usuie as a cninlidate for the office of Treasurer of Vanderburgh counly at the ensuing October election. Joux S. Terby. Mf r. Editor.--Pica announce my name as a candidate tor the office of County Treas urer at the ensuing October election, and oblige J. W. Vicikrv. Jttr. Midttor: Pltmt announce the name of J. M. Calowell as a candidate for Conuty Treas urer at the next October election. mar20. For JnAgi Court Common Pleas. John Pitcher, of Pott fount y, hat been solicited to become a candidate for the Judge bip of the Court of Common Pleas, by a nnmber of Attorneys of tho District, and has consented to the use of bis name in that connection. The an -Douncenient is therefore made accordingly. The friend of Ben. Stinton, fitq., an uouece him as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Cotnmeu Pleas, at the October election. For Comity Commissioner. We are authorised lo announce th name of A. Simpson as a candidate for County ommissiouer. Third District. We ar ant hurled ta announc .If. W. Foster as a candidate for County Commissioner In the First District of Yaoderburgh County. r. Midttor or Batty Journal. - Pita annonnce the name of Mich af.l Mcntzeb, as a can didate for tbe office of County Commissioner for Tbs'l No. 1, at the ensuing October Election. Many Voters. Ilanltl Jkin will ttrvt at Counly fom iiiissiouer for the First District of Vauderburgh ouiity, if elected. John Becl. er i a'caudtdat e for County 'ummissioner of the First District of Vanderburgh county. We ar authorised lo announe tht name of John BcMB,t of German Township, as a i itiididato for County Commissioner in tbe Third District ot Vanderburgh County. Thomat Gilford wilt trr at County 'oinmissiouer for the First District if elected. Throug-h th tolletlatlon of many ' i tends, I hereby annonnce myself as a r&udidatc foi iiie office ot County Commissioner. Ho YD BlTLLOOK. For Recorder of Deeds. F.bitor Journal. Please annonnce my Dime In putt paper as a candidate for Conuty Recorder, on the Rreckiuridge Wing of Democracy, and oblige J. S. McCbackeh. Pltatt announe my nam at a candid Hte for Recorder of Deeds of Vanderburgh county, State of Indiana. Jambs Oakley. For Coroner. Editor Journal : Please insert my nr.me in your paper as a candidate for Coroner of Vander burgh County. David Ll-sk. John Wayman It a candidal for rt- election forJCornoner in Vanderburgh county. illK .ntXTVMMS KI IMTW loot. A full line or these very fashionable and hand some garnieuts expressly for the retail trade dur ing tbe F'all and Winter. They will give entire satisfaction as to quality and style, and the price will I..- found to be S3 per cent, less than any oho can get up asimilar article in this market for WM. E. FRENCH a Co., ept26 No. 20 Main street. MIST UMSCMMfrMMt '17 doz. Counter Brushes. rs " Horse Brushes, different qualities, 75 " hhoe Brushes, do do 6 " Feather Dusters, 2.5 Cloth Brushes, lnl " Axes, Souutag's, iSO " do Hunt's, 25 " do Lippincott. 25 do Collins, li." " Hatchets, Blood's, in " do Smith, " ' do Phillip's, 10 Riddles, assorted No. 4 to IS, 50 " Meal Sieves 14 to 10. itw. Mill, Circular, X Cut, and Hau l. Cis ern Pumps, Chain Pumps, Solid Bored, aud Zinc Cubing, Garden aud Fire Engines, Force Pumps, tc., etc., at GEO. 8. SON.NTAG A Co.'s, Main st , one door below Branch Bank. Oct 4 ahW Heenan, Prim e of Wales, aud all other styles 'Oil kinds of Gloves, just opened at SCllAPKEKA Bnssura'g, eptM No. 49 Main street. MBJI.Tmtt'! Mot I.Tt.ttUHH ctfs. ' ters. Cook A Langley are now receiving aily Maltby's Celebrated Baltimore Oysters, in ana and naif cans, and offer them as low as any ouse in the city All Oysters warrauted. ept 2ii COOK a LANGLEY OYSTERSllfj THE SEASON OPENED! by Adams Express, the Celebrated Fresh BALTIMORE OYSTERS, NEW YORK BAY SHELL OYSTERS, MILFORD, HARLEM, OYSTERS, DELAWARE BAY OYSTERS, V ARRANT BO FRESH! Put up with . il care and attention. Cans Well tillel, aud liit from shell. For sale by the case, half ease ami can. Ureal inducements uttered to dealers aud consumers. J. F. FKLKKR. Sola Agent, - i-il I tl Ku. 107 Maiu-Ht., Evuusville, Iud. K .V 'S I.V P HP .ft O V JHH JM - M. kinds of Grease Spots, Ac, from Silk Kih lions. Cloth, Ac., Ac. Cleans Gloves in a few mo- tueots without affecting the color, aud for cleaning alt i, it i wool anil si k Coisls, it is invaluable. Sold at THOMPSON'S New City Drug Store, No. 5(4 Main street. septlS gmo i'ov w--r 'm svpjkbiob HP steel Hoop Skirt I Go to MILLKK NIE UAUS'S. There they aro made to their own Older to suit the ladies. sept21 bui.. i' n i.n a hmcp m-oh $ i jit COOK A LANGLEYS. lOO BJUS, MiX ra.iiHt received Irom the Interior and loi tale at VICKKBT BROS., Sept. 22. 82 Main St. .OMMSTBM.-1- .yi U:-i:. BVSMlMlMeS Bolte.1 C. Meal. just received per R. R. and VICKERY BROS., 82 Main St. for sale at Sept, 22. g .tttt.X- .tlJi.1 ., lOO B I S II K I. S K "' tin ubite Coi n Meal at VICKERY PROS.. Sept.22. 82 Slain St. mKPi. MH BMltlJdmm dtMfJMteM. hind AC just received from the Retiueries, per Steam er " a M ' and for -ale at VICKERY BROS. Sept. 22. 82 Main St. m! BOXKS StKMP, J. -SOUTH II, yer dm 99 Steamer " Daafm," and for sale bv Box or otherwise at VICKERY BROS., Sept. 22. 82, Main St. BRAN I BRAN 1 BRAN ! rz ddSm Bl sii Uieh Country Bran uyawWW in store and for sale by COOK A LANGLEY. .IHII WJ ItJK.JMMSS' HUie lK I. , i- piucott's do, Butcher's Files and Chisels, Spear Jackson's Saws. Belmont Nails. Wasteuholm's Pocket CulieiSi I. Russell & Co.'s Table do, Blooil's Hatchets, Smith's Edge Toids, Manilla Cordage. These well-known goods we are offering at low prires to prompt time and cash buyers. CMO. S. SONNTAG f CO., sr.itl A No. 10 Main street. DR. HAAS, tiaYing leased the rooir.s formcrlyoc cupied by Dr. Kivett, in Dr. Bray's building, oppo site the Post Office, for a series of years, would re spectfully solicit the citizens of Evansville and the surrounding towns and country, 'o visit bis rooms and see the specimens on exhibition, whether they need the services of a Dentist or not. Since the issuing of his last circular and adver tisement, over a year si ucp, several improvements and new inventions have been made, of which be has availed himself, and allows nothing that w ill subserve the interests of his patients, to puss un secured. His facilities are better und establish ment larger, without doubt, thai: any other in our State, aud equal teauy in Eastern cities. All those who need Dental oiwratious performed, aud aro pleased witli bis work, shall be attended to with great pleasure. The following nro the styles of work manufactur ed by him: Coiitiuiions Gum; Block or Carved Work; Vulcanite Base; Coralite; Amber; Cheoplas tic; Gold and Silver work. Nothing can excel tbe beauty and cleanliness of tbe continuous gum work. It is without a seam or crevice. Cheeks that are sunken can be restored to nearly their original contour by this style of work, and also by the use of tbe Vulcanite, Coral ite, and Amber Base. The latter stvles, for light ness aud adaptation to difficult uiouths, excel any eels anything we have ever seen. He has several anossthetics for alleviating pain when extracting teeth. They are perfectly harm less. The most delicate can have them applied. He does not advertise anything lie cannot do, nor exhibit anything not made by himself. Parents should consult the health and beauty of their children by having the Dentist direct their second dentition, thereby producing symmetry am! bealth to those invaluable organs. Irregularity of children's tooth corrected suc cessfully. Those having decayed teeth, should either have them extracted or tilled at once (the latter if pos sible). The health of tbe parties aud tbe remain ing teeth demand this. Bu I take pleasure in introducing Dr. Haas, my successor to tbe old rooms in Bray's building, hoping he will find them both pleasant and pro ft able From my intercourse with tho Doctor, I am pleased to find him cue of tbe progressing ; latesessiug taste and bigb professional ability anil standing. With this view, I can, with safety, recom mend him to the commnnit as a skillful and com pel jnt dentist. (mar28) J. KIVETT. IjnT-HiulMiPPMiU'tl CMil.KBUJ- m Me ted German Oi ntment, an iulalliide cur. for Boils, Felons, Cuts, Bruises, Fever Sores, Braids, Burns. White Swellings, Salt Rheinu, and I nil. una. tious of all kinds. N. 8. THOMPSON. Wholesale aud Retail Agent, augl No. 59 Main street. tO. l, W K Sh WJTMiB. I IT K.i K ' of Magueaia, and Tartro Citric Lemonade, at augl THOMPSON'S Drug Store. juWrSuGHias, Importer, aT-V h.i.vii with . i pvMjWi stock Ol-EKXSWARF., FRENCH AND EAG- L I PH. CHINA, GLASSWARE. TEA TRAYS. A NO TABLE CUTLERY, tor the Fall trade, at Cincinnati prices, which will save ten per cent, in freight aud charges, to all parties below the Falls. No. 18 Main Btreet, KvausTille, Ind. bVJr, Assorted Crates for the country trade on hand. septlS tLvjYnMMMH JM PVLIe STOCK OP l9 Wire, Block Tin, Babbitt Metal, Sheet aud Slab Zinc, Sheet Iron, d. ., Ac, for sale by aeptl8 SAMUEL ORR. OLD FIRM IN BUSINESS AGAIN 7 fWMlMi UJYBMS BSMUJE It WISH TO M. inform the public in geueraLand the rest of mankind in particular, that theyTiave bought out the Feed business of Mr. J. C. Dnsouchet, and that they will be prepared from this Hpsa to till all or der's for FEED aud SEED of any kind. Our Mr. R. S. Ki'stom having formerly boon en gaged very successfully in the business for over one year, but called away to England upon family busi ness, has returned to bis old stand, where be will at all times be pleased to see his old friends and former customers and all others.and fill their orders for anything in our line, with promptness and sat isfaction. Feed delivered free to an v part of tbe city. July2n-tf K. S. KliSTON it CO. REMO VAL. Robert MS o ft fi a J B C MM M T MS CT, Offi.ce Cor. Mam and Water Sts.; entrance on Main St., Evansville. Ind. PIsns, specifications, detail drawings, Ac, for all classes ot buildings, prepared on short oa reasonable terms. notice, and augl7 VERY BOD Y RUM HERE ! M Mi (Mil VMi II J T TH Mi CBMiJP W Cash S Store of R. S. Ruston St Ce the follow- tug : 40 bushels A No. 1 Corn. 30U do do Oats. 50 do 4 tuns 4 do 5 bushels For sale cheap lor cash street. August 1 Jtb. do Rye, for seed, do Brail, do Sbipstuff. do New Timothy see if at the feed store on Wale r R S RUSTON A CO. Special Notices t K jn p Ij Mi ojf Mojyrou Division No. 54, S. of T.. MEETS EVERY FRIDAY EVENING,!. VElt p. the Telegraph office, n Water street. A. tl HAL LUC II, W R. B. Habt, W. A H. L. Bricket, R. S. M. Sherwood, F. St W. Storton, C. George Goodge, I. S. Jiily27 E. Brown, A. R. S. O. Lant, T. G. W tienson, A. C. B. F. liiilelt, O. S. Hollotcay't Pill and Ointment .--Bar bek's Itch. This foul and unsightly eruptive disor der of the face is speedily aud pornianently etadi cated by a few applications of this emolieut Oint ment, aud the Pills, by purifying the blood, assists the operation. Many cases abandoned by physi cians as hoidess, have been immediately cured by these medicines. In lucasels, small-pox, scald head, itch, ringworm and all cutaneous diseases, the effect of these remedies is swift and sure. Sold by nil Druggists, at 2 V., Me., and $1 per box or pot. Mi air MMyT.'Miair By!! Hair MMyt!!! William A. Bab holm 's Hair Dye ! The original and best in the world ' ! ! AH others are mere hn itations, and should be avoided, if you wish to es cape ridicule. GRAY, RED, or Rl'STY Hair Dyed instantly to a beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without Injury to the Hair or Skin. FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awarded to Wm. A. Batchii.ob since lfri'.t, and over Hti.OOO applications have been made to tht Hair of his Patrons of bfs famous Dye. W. A. BATCH E Li 'R'S HAIR DYK produce it color not to be distiugnished from nature, ami is warranted not to injurs in the least, however long it may be continued, and the ill effects of bad Dyes remedied ; the Hair invigorated for life by this Splendid Dye. Sold ill nil cities and towns of tho United Slates, by Druggists aud Fancy Goods Dealers. -nUThe Genuine has the name and address upon a steel plate engraving on four hides of each Box of William A. Batcheior. Address CHAS. BATCHELOR, Proprietor, sept.2o-lyrd.Sw 81 Barclay-st. New York. Win. Jt. Batcheior' Hair By. Tht splendid Hair Dye has no equal instantaneous in effect Beautiful Black or Natural Brown no staining tho skin or injuring the Hair remedies the absurd and ill effect of Bad Dyes, ami invito rates tho Hair for life. None nro .genuine imbus sii-ned " W. A. Batcheior." Sold evei vwhere. CHAS. BATCH KLOR, Proprietor, sept20 81 Barclay -st. New York. Front the Woman Advoc.it', Pltiladelphiit. The follotetngr from th accomplished editress of the Woman Advocate, sad from an oM druggist, speak for themselves. All should rea l them : Tin: Hair. People have for centuries been af flicted with bald heads, end the only remedy here tofore known has been those nbominable wigs. By a recent discovery of Professor Wood, these articles aro being fast dispensed with ; but a great ninny m-toiis stM! patronize them because they have been so often imposed upon by Hair Touics of different kinds. To all such persons we ear nestly make the request that they will try once again, for in Wood's Restorative there is no suli thing as fail. We kuow of a lady who was bald, who used the arti. le a short time, and her head is now covered completely with the tiniest and most lieautiful curls imaginable. We know of nnmerous cases w here hair was rn; idly falling out, which it restored in greater perfection than it ever had been before. It is also without doubt one of the best articles' for keeping the hair iu good couditiou, making it soft aud flossy, removiug dandruff, and has prosed itself tho greatest enemy to all the ills that hair is heir to. It is the duty of every one to improve bis or her per- dial appearance, though some may differ iu regard to tho ways of doing it ; but every one will admit that a beautiful head of hair, either iu man or woman, is an object to be desired, and there are ne means which should lie left untried to obtain such a desideratum. Caution. Beware of worthless imitations, as several are already in the market, called by different names. Use none unless tho words (Professor Wood's Hair Restorative, Depot St. Louis, Mo., and New York) are blowu u the bottle. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine deal ers. Also, by all Fancy and Toilet Go ids dealers in the Uuitod States Htul Cauadas. Sept.lS-ltud.kw Judton't Mouutatn Herb Pill. Itvu strange and wonderful it ofteu seems to us that a medicine composed of simple mountain herbs and roots, should so certainly search out and cure dis ease. How surprising that the Indians should know and preserve so long and well a secret that has escaped the search of tho great. ist physicians the world has ever seen. True, the ancient iuhab- Hants of Mexico were a strange race, found by the Spaniards living in large cities, aud, allowing for their strange eustouia aud reliuioii, as well civil ized as their conquerors. In the words of a writer of some celebrity, thuy have perished from the earth, their cities aro gigantic piles of ruins, their Kings and Princes so mighty in thuir lives, are for gotten ; their ruins and their medieiues alone are left." The united testimony of all intelligent persons is, that JI'DSON'S MOUNTAIN HERB PILLS are tho most successful medicine iu the world iu enriug disease. Sold hy all medicine denier?. Bodiam Mlniug Company, Evansville, Indians. Office on Water street, bet ween Main and Locn Coal, o quantities of not less than 550 bushels, de livered Lo any partuf the city, at 10 cents per bush. At tile pit, 8 cents. JOHN WYMOSll, ocW Secretarv and Manaeflr. JP..VTS PJ.VTS ! PJIJVT ! MM .toil prs Black Union Caslrnere Pants, from S2 to 83 ; J'si prs Doeskin Casimere Pants, from SI to SO for tbe tst ; 60(1 prs Plain Satinet Pants, from 81.50 to $S for the liest ; 250 prs Fancy All-wool Cusiuu-rc Tants, from to 80 for the best ; 75 prs Fancy Silk Mixture Pants, fromS5 to 3fi.50 for the best. Iu the above will bo found many varieties of col ors aud styles, all much lower than usual. WM. E. FRENCH A Co., sep!2C No. tt Main street. IlTuITneIl .IT' 'is- (FORMERLY Of STEEL.; 11 UN N ELL.) Flooring IVtillst, L'OHNKR OF WALNUT ST REST AND THE CANAL, EVANSVILLE, LND. nplMMS -'Mi I MC S jf B MjMS IfJft MiJVT M. is now in full operation, w ith new and com plete Machinery of the latest style, for Planing and Dressing Lumber, Planing and Grooviug Flooring, making Dixrs and Sash Mouldiugs, Window Blinds, and every other description of work done iu such establishments. All work at these Mills warranted to bo well done, aud will be offered at the lowest cash prices. Dry Poplar Fiooring and W.-atherboardiiig con stantly on hand, and will be sold for cash. Brackets and Scrolls sawed to any pa'tern. Slitting and all kinds of 8awfae done to order, and in the most approved style. Jy 22 " WM. BUNNELL. LADIES AND GEjVTS: rWlMMMi WO It l, IPS PJMB MS ST MM. I, Am. open at No. 8 Second xtreet roorn for a few more. Come and look no trouble to show those cosy little dove and tau colored Gaiters. Give us a call, and 1 know you will buy. Gleve Kid, FreBefc Kid ate: Morocco Polka Boots, of the most exquisite styles ever offered in this market. Wimps' and Children's Gaiters of every shade and color; Kid and Monicco of every style, with and without heels ; Copper-tipped of various kinds, of the im proved patent. Gents' tine Patent Leather and Calf Boots BMde to obder of the best imported stock we have had tor years. Glove Kid, Patent Leather, Calf and Morocco Cougress Gaiters excelsior, a la mule. Made by the most fashionable ami best workmen to be found our Eastern cities not excepted. Friends, come on strangers, give us a trial. .mux RASCH, ii. a-- . No. S Second st., Evansville, Ind. AT ia HUM J UP. JJVB W-i IJ OJ' .11 J- y ker. The undersigued is fullv orenured to manufacture all descriptions of Carriages and Wag ous from the finest to the cheapest, all of which will be guarauteed of the best workmausbip. A constant supply of Carriages and Wagons will be found iu my warerooms, at No. 14C Msiu street, Evausvllle FRANK UAMMERSTEIN. N. B. Repairing done at reasonable rates, with neatness aud dispatch july20-3nidw" BUSINESS CARDS. JOHN A. REITZ JOHN A. HANKY CRESCENT CITY FOUNDRY. EVANSVILLE, IND. The proprietors of the CRESCENT CITY rOUN DRV beg leave to inform their friends and tbe pub lie ill general that they are fully prepared tu mak to order all kinds of W1ACHINFRY Needed for Mills or Manufactories of auy kind. Having a great variety of patterns for MILL UIARINUi ol any size, and STEAM ENGINES of any power required. Also manufacturers of DISTILLERY AND MINING MACHINERY, TOBACCO SCREWS AND FINISHERS, MALT MILLS; SASH, MULEY AND IMPROVED Oircular Saw Mills, GDMMiNG MACHINES, IRON FRONTS for Houses. CHINESE SUGAR CANE MILLS, STEAM BOILERS IMPROTKD LARD TANKS, And iu fact everything in the IRON FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BOtlNHI BUJISS I'JSTMJS'US made to order. ALSO Dealers In a sup-rior article of THRB&H1NQ MA CHINES, Aud Powers' complete, of the latest improved strls IMPROVED STEAM GAUGKS, GUM BELTING AND PACKINU WROUGHT AND WELDED l'IF'E LEAD AND COPPER PIPE, AND FIRI BRICK, All at MANUFACTURERS' PRr'E". oaP Highest price sjways paid To old METALS, At the old Stand (Senior Canal and inula atisot REIT dt HiBRI. N. B. Workmen sent to all parts to put Bp Ma chiuery and do repairs in Boilers. THRESHING MACHINES Always oh hand and for sale. P22 MMt laiif, th K. ANTiiKs.XNotary Public LAW & ANTHES, ATTUKH Ki S AT I. A VV , GKNERAI. COLLECTION AND RE L KSTATK AGENTS. Office No. S7 Main street, opposite the Court Bvsuiu, Evunsville, Indiana. uiaylU-d&wly TW M Ma. J0.VO,V, BOOH KB AND Blank Book Manufacturer, First st., bet. Main aud Locust, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. S" Blank Books ruled, paged aud made to order ol tho best paper, from a Memorandum to the largest Ledger. Music aud Magazines bound in any style. jelti-d&wtf FIRST ARRIVAL OF FALL GOODS. JfT SCHJPHttU T BVSe:IJUPS. wJL We are now receiving onr first shipment of Fall Goods, among them 20O pes choice Fall Cal icos, an extra quality of Bleached Shirtinc, Mus lin, V ., Ac. 8CHAFKBR & BUSSING, tvgft No. 49 Main street. Notice to the Publi.c I- riitteiitoerg, BkMOVKD TO No. 67 Main st. bet. Second & Third, 1.- op-n with a Bpluudid assortment o( Prices from 25 eta. to Sis. ISRAEL KITTEJSBKUO, W.yfJ I.ISH OPTMCMJ. .7U.VI I - JmZt turer oi the m i iy iuveuted aud improvod Spectacles, No. 4, Third st.. M. Main and Locust, epp. CresceutCity Bank lluildiug, Evansville, Iud. These celebrated Sectacles are made of Brazilian Pebbles, aud constructed is accordance with the philosophy of ns.ture, in to .peculiar form of a concavo-couvex, wtiich can De nsed by the old and young, either by day or caudle light, with perfect ease. and no unpleasant feeliug to the eyes that many rxiorieuce from using the common kind. Theyteud to strengthen and improve the sight, as w ill be seen by the following testimonials from those using them : From Samuel Orr, Eq. I have purchased a pair of Spec tardus Irwtu 1. Rittenbul'g,. I have found t heai to lie perfectly easy to the eye. L chee rfully ti comuieud ll em to the public. Fi'itm S. Sorert.oii, Es. I lukereat pleasure iu recommending the classes of 1. Kitten berg to the public. They give great satisfaction. From Jitdye W. K Moore, Boomulte, lint. For years past I have been accustomed to use ar titlcial sigtit, and have tried several kinds of spec tacles, but 1 have found none so easy to the eye as . Hittentierg's. 1 take phasuro iu recomineudiug them to the public. Prmtefo.i, i consy, Ind. liaviup: purchased, and for some time used, the Brazilian Pebble Svtarle8, gotten up by Mr. I. Ritteiiberg, formerly of Indianapolis, and now of Evansville, we cau most cordially recouimeud them as being easy for the eyes, and ill all respects a goti article Rev. JOHN M cM ASTER, O.N.JERAULD, JOSEPH DEV1N, J. J. KIRK MAN, SAMUEL WHITSETT, ROBEltT DUNCAN. inarn-dAwtf " J. M. GLE1CHMANN, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. JfM-l.U M'JCTt! UKH -1J'B WHOM.M mwrm. sale Dealer iu Pure Cider and Extra Family Vinegar. Orders from a distance will receive prompt attention. N. P. This Vinegar has taken the premium at the South-Western Indiana District Fair last Oc tober. Orders for Vinegar wi II be receive) 1 at the Factory or at HL Nelson .t Co. 's Auction Room ou Main street. Mixth street, near Fulton Avenue, Lamusco. juue26-d&w antOH BMi.l THM W Mi M.I j Jk.VW I VV m. Store, lately owned and occupied bv Michael 1,'avisk, dtireased, as a grocery ami provision store, corner of Maiu aud Fourth streets. Ther is a first-rate smoke honse attached to the store. Apply to John Unvisk, or WM. RAUM, Jr. julyil-dA-wtf PI. I.MOTT, .IIJ.VIW ITCH Mi U Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Ac, keens of constantly on hand a full assortment of Saddles of every kind and price, Harness, Collars, Whips, Fly Nets, Saddle Bags, Ac, c., at No. 2 FIRST STIIEKT, Foster's Block, Evansville, Iud. ttJ&"Ileairing neatly done. aug3 PHILIP DECKER, (Successor to Decker St Kramer), MANUFACTURER OF LARD OIL, SOAP ASD CANDLES) Also an extra article of BUKJM-VG, JiJS'GMJVMl, T CM R OIL. Dealers in Rosin, Soda, Ashes, fc. Also PURE CATAWBA WINE, Of our own raising, in quantities to suit purchasers, lii -Haiti tlrttt btt. jVtrtl X Seeond, EVANSVILLE, IND. ftSSTerms cash, or GO days' paper negotiable In bank. janL'U ly 'mMMH'BMJiiMJp. H06 MeMB. II HI M II JLw Beef just received from W. W. Davis, Ciu ciuuati, and for sale cheap at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY. rooietis: G. SMITH, j. c. 4 No. 187 Main f trcct, Cor. Seventh, EVANSVILLE, IND. g V IU TKPL L PO U TUP PJST PJT ronage bestowed upon thorn, beg leave to in form their friends aud the community in geueral that with the aid of uew III si Illness, thty aro ena bled to turn out work sap ill till to that of any East, ern make. Those who wish to have good TOOLS, and at the sauie time encourage home manufacture, can supply themselves at thefactory. Hat bets, Axes, Hoes, Draw-Kuives, Pork Cleav ers, Millers' Picks, aud Edged Tools ol all kinds, made of double refilled cast steel, and warraiifwd ajpall to auy iu use. anil.l MIM.VB- BUSINESS CARDS. J. H. UOKLKLK. H. F. BLOUNT. J. B. FKLDWIii 11. Eaglo Foujti di" y - ROELEER, RLOUNT & Co., (Successors to Roelker, Kinsman A Co.) HaSUTACTCftEES Or Stores, llollovv-WsK , House Fronts, Balconies, Fencing, Railings, r,c. ALSO DKA LRUS IN Tinners' Stock of all Kinds. Sample aud Sale Room, No. 70 Maiu Street, aug8-ly EVANSVILLE, IND. "WILLIAM BIBRB0WEK7 WHOLK8ALB DRUGOIST AND DEALER IN PA INTS, BR USIIES, OILS, VA RNISH, Wi .olow Glass and glassware, Perfumery of all kiuds, Medicinal Brandies, Wine, 4'c, 4re- tWathtnrton Hloclt, -Haiti tlrttt. EVANSVILLE, IND. Proprietor of the Geuuiue Bell's Tonic. feblO-lyd 1MPOR TANT TO HO USEKEEPEHS. E. R. DURKEE & CO.'S Select Spicos. jTi VJ B J. ST Ml JRB JVOT O.YMeV ulU- W solutely and perfectly pure, hut gtouud from fresh Spices, selected and cleaned hy us expressly for the purpose, without refeieuce to cost. They are beautifully packed in tinfoil (lined with paper), to prevent iujury by Keeping, and are full weight, while the ordinary ground Spices are almost in variably short. We warrant them, iu point of strength and richness of flavor, beyond all com parison, as a single trial will abundantly prove. Manufactured only by E. R. DURKKF. A CO., feb20isdw ttil Pearl street. New Vork. Wholesa'e and retail dealer in TOYS AND NOTIONS, NO. 1 MAIN STREET, Wm UKBMi CJ- B Mi MO U-"II Jt WW full stock of all the novelties of the day ior tho Fall Trade aud Holiday Presants, including Piauod, Melodeous, Violins, Harps, Accordeons, Fifes, Flutes, Toy Drums, Onus, Dolls, Balls, Tea Sets, Tops, Marbles, Chessmen, Domiuos, Fire Woiks, Gold Piatcd aud Gift dewelry, Ike. Coun try and l.'ilv Trade solicited by OcttSMj " A. C. POSUEE. JOS. SCHOENFELD, MANUFACTURER A WHOLESALE DEALER IN OLOTHIMGr ! CLOTHS. CASSI MERES, SATIN ETTS, TWEED GENTS1 FURNISHING GOODS. Also, Hats and Caps. No. o Main Stukkt, bkt. Fibst and SSecono. sep!2 EVANSVILLE, IND. JOHN I VINSON, M aaUFACTDBEB or STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES O I T . E3 Corner I.eet and Water Streets, Mivantitt - Indiana. NEW ORLEANS CARDS. ft. H. SHORT & CO.,' Commission Merchants, iVo-. 94 Camp Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. . 'J. SHORT. 00t2-Csld B. S. HOWARD. H. H. t AIBCUILU JOHN W. SINOH AM E- H. FAIROHILD & CO., (Successors to T. C. Twitcbeix A Co.,) Commission Merchants, 7 PO TDM AS STREET. oct4 JNKW ORLEANS. IEH H. MP.-P II ! fCo7, COJH.TI Is sion and Forwarding Merchants, No. 2it, Poy dras Street, New Orleaas, La. myiO-dAwly rmn a. jvohm,, stoi co.n.nMssMoj Mm. wMerchant and propri or o Stock StaLlew, New Orleans, La. jfiirr2Y7-ly. Fs sit'ii Mert haat. No. 7 Lafayette street, New Or leans, lor the sale of butter, checKe, lard. dried fruitH, Flonr, Meat aud all sorts of western Pro duce, and for tbe purchase of Uroceriest Ac ' t-d aJvttiiceH made n cooHi,ifnment9. umln-ly S. TWICHELL, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING HERCI1A.VT, ST. LOUIS, M0. Liberal advances mado ou consignments to either of our houses. REFER TO Messrs. Allis & Howes, Beineut A Yeile, Howard A Brown , Evansville. jy6 IJ It K.I Tito I sp a- Co.. WW CO COMMISSION AND FORWARDING 9la Cj 2i '-I S - M 5 is?--? 1 Svf H srn S! fejisf60 I ' wis s M ERCliANTS, Bio. 18 Poydras Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. CLEM WILKIS...W. B. &BXATH01 SE ... JOS. 01TZINQEB. We give our personal attention to the sale of To bacco, Corn, Wheat, Hay, Oats, Flour, Pork, Bacon, Lard, Ac. ' augl4 DTP. ETHELL...R. G. ABBOTT.... EH. FALLS B. P. ETHELL & CO.. tmmission and Forwarding Moi'Cliaiits, NO. IOI MAGAZINE ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA. RErEKEXCE8: Geo. Foster & Co., Brown A Aikman, and P. G. O'Riley, Evansville, Iud. A. M. Phelps A Son, Miner & Weed, Newburg, Ind. S. M. Leavenworth, Esq., Johu 7t. Evertsou, Esq., Mt. Vertiou, Ind. G. P. Hudspeth A Co., Boonville, Ind Geo. Atkinson, Esq., W. W. Catliu, Esq., Hen derson, Ky. Nock, Wicks A Co., D. S. Benedict A Sou, Lou. vjlle, Ky. Jyt f?OH M Mi .V T.JT T WO ST OH " et Brick Dwelling House, costaiuiug nine rooms, with a large yard planted with trees aud shrubbery ; is pleasantly situated ou Second street, above Gum. Possession glveu ou the first of Oo. tobor. Apply to Mrs O E LEWIS SeptlS MISCELLANEOUS. A Z 17 M E A Halting Powder BRIC KE T T &. CO.. Manufactiirei's , WATER NEAR LOCUST, rmvttii PROPBIPTO UN OP TH Mi M. Azuiuea now call attention to an article which, having the approval of physicians and chem ists 'vho have analyzed it, they cm coundeutly jeeomiueud, aud warrant to bo Pure and Wholesome, And free froui all deleterious drills. In regard to economy, the advantages are many and great, viz.: All the nourishing properties of the flour are pre served ; time is saved ; any one who tau mix flour at d water, cau iua few minutes uiako a good loaf; the bread is not liable to become dry, mouldy, nor sour; about half the usual quantity of butter and eggs, will suffice for pastry, puddiugs, Ac. Families will find tho Av.uuiea desirable for nearly all pur poses where flour, meal, Ac, is used. Hotels, boats, and iKiardiug heusea, can bit supplied at rates that will make it the moat economical article now used. Sold by Grocers generally. N. B. As the A sutmu contains uo alum, it will not make dark or bad flour light, juue-lyr MoC3-rilT, WHOLKSAbE DKAI.KR IN GROCERIES & LIQUORS, .. Ms West Kirsl street, apo-ly EVANSVILLE. IND. Thomas Redmond, Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu (iroemes, Produce, & Liquors, Vo. 3 3ii Potty' Block, Main St. rHIHK IJ.VBMlBSM&JS'Mi it, H.4 P'MJVU ft removed to No. 132 Posey's Block, Main street, and disposed of bis old slock of Groceries, is just recoil im; a new and enlarged assortment of GRO OEUIES, LIQUOltS, Ac, which h., will sell, either at wholesale or retail, as cheap :m can be'pur.-li.o-ed iu this market. Having purchased my stock lor cash, 1 can sell my goods at Manufacturers' prices. To iiiv old customers both, in town and couutry, I tender my grateful acknowledgments for past fa vors, and hope by strict attention to business to merit a coutinn dice oi their patron ise. ffc& floods deiivereii in any part of the city free of charge. ksp2tI T. KEDMOND. MOUNTAIN HERB PILLS. Above wo present you with a perfect likeDessof Tt zuco, a chief of a tribe of the strange Aztec Na tion, that once ruled Mexico. You will find a full account of him iu our pamphlets an I Almanacs to be had gratis from the Agents for these Pills. The inventor and manufacturer of "Judsou's Mountain Herb Pills " has sjient tho greater pari of his lift in traveling, having visits uearlr every country in the world. Ha spent over six years ainonr tne luuians oi tne uockv .nioiuitnins and o Mexico, ami it was thus that tbe " M.n: 3 tain Herb Pills" were discovored. A very lutareatlna; a count of bis adventures there vou will flnd la as Almanacs and Pamphlets. It ii an estabiishod fact that all diseases arise Irom IMPURE RL00D! The blood is the life ; and when anv forehrn or tin healthy matter gets mixed with it, it is .itouce dis tirbiiteil to every organ of the body. Every uerv teeis the poison, and all the vital organs qoicklv C)nipiain. 1 ne stoniacn win nor digest the food perfectly. The liver ceases to secrete a sufDcicucy of bile. The action of tho heart is weakened, and so the circulation is weakened. Tl.e lungs become clogged with tho poisonous mallei ; hence, , cough and all from a slight impurity at the fouu tain head of life tho Blood I As if you had thrown somo earth, for instance, in a pure spring from which ran a tiny rivulet iu a few minutes the whole course of the stream liecomos distill be and discolored. As quickly does impure blood fly to every part, aud leave its sting behiud. All the passages become olistrticted, and unless the ob st motion is removed, the lamp of life soon dies 0111 These Pills not only purity the blood, but rcgou erato ait mo seen tious of mo ooiljr. They are, tliereiore, unrivaled lis a CURE F0 BILIOUS DISEASES, Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, Ac This Anti Bilious Medicine expels frem the blood the hidden seeiis ot disease, and renders all tfie tuds anil cretions pure and tluent, clearing aud resuscitatiug rue vital organs. Pleasant, indeed, is it to us, that we are able to place within your reach a medicine like tl ' Mountain Herb Pills, ' that will pass directlv to tbe afflicted parts, through the blood ami fluids of the body, and casso the sufferer to bright, 11 will the flush of beauty aud health. J udsons Pi lis are the Iwst remedy 111 existence for the following complaints : Bowel Coiuplaiuts, Coiigns, tjoius, most niseases, t;ostivenns, Uys pepsia, Diarrhoea, Dropsv, Debility, Four and Ague, female Complaints, Headaches, Indigestion InltueuMt, InflHiniuatiou, inward Weakness. Liver Complaints, bowuess of Spirits, htoue and tiravel, 1 : 1 . . 1 - . a.. . 1 lion, Duo .'riuiitian 1- v ui 1't.ouis. CURAT FEMALE MEDICINE I Females who value health, should never be will out these Pills. They purify ine ,ood, remove ob structions of all kinds, cleanse the skin ol all nim pies and blot, bes, and bring the rich color of health lo the pale cheek. jiiepisuisauj iierns 01 wnicn these fills are made, were discovered, in a very surnrisimr wav. among the TeucaDS, a triboof Aborigines iu Mex ico. Get the Almanac of our Agent, aud vou will read with delight tho very interesting account it contains of the "Oreat Medicine" of the A.lecs. OUSERVK. -The Mountain Hei b Pills are nntuu In 11 beautiful Wrapper. Each Box contains 40 pills, and Ketatl at W-eottts per box. All genuine have tho signature of R. L. indsou A f!o.,on each box. lor sals 111 Kvansvillo bv Keller A White, I.- h t Carlstedt, W. 9. Thompson, and Hierl oWer A Rroughton. II. L..IUDS0N A CO., Solo Proprietors, Janl 5i Leonard st., N. Y l, Ji" 'nfLl i i m . iilallilKfll 7TJIr. Wf.VSIeOW, UfJV P XPKRI- Wfm. euceil A'urseaiid female Physician, presents to the atteution of mothers, her SOOTHING eYItUP. for Children Ttlhii.j, which greatly facilitates the process of Teething, by softening tho gums, redn cing all ladl msrliTti will allay all paiu ami spasmodic action, and is Sl'UE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourself, and RELIKF AND IIKALTII TO YOCR I.VFAVT3 We have pnt up and sold this article fcr over ten years, and can say, in confidence and tt. of it, what we have uev 3or been able to say of any other medicine never fchaa it failed, iu a singls instance, to effect a cure wlieu timely used. Nov if did we know an in stance of dissatisf actiot. by any one who used it. SOuthe contrary, all are delighted with its cpera- itioiis, and speak iu terms of highest I IWIHHIMlt jflOtl )f its luagical ef fects aud medical virtues. speak iu this matter what we do know," nftertt-u years exierieuce, aud pledge our reputa Qtion for the fulfilment of what we here declare. ln almost every instance where tho infant is sitf-JSfering from pain aud ex haustion, relief will hofouud in l. ;; 20 minutes after the Syrup is admin rfeistered. This valuable preparation is the prescription of one of the most expe Orienced and skillful Nurses in New Kugland, J u, 1 has been used with never failing success in Sgthousiils of cases. It not only relieves thu chiftt from pain, but invigorates the Btomach aud Iiowels, corrects acid ity, and gives tone and gensrgy to the whole sys tem. It will almost in stantly relievo Griping in the Bowels and Wind (fcCoIic, and ovurcome con vulsions, which if not "Speedily remedied, eud in death. We believe it tithe best and surest rem edy iu the world, in all peases of Dysentery aud Diarrhea in children, whether it arises Irom teething or from any ' other cause. We would say to every mother who ' has a child s u ff e r I u g from auy ouo of tho foregoing complaints, do not let your prejudices, nor tho prej udices of others, stand between your sufferiug child aud the relief that will be sure yes, absolutely sure to follow the use of this medicine if timely used. Full directions for using will accompany each bottle. None genuine unless the fac-siinile of CURTIS & PERKINS, New York, is ou the out side wrapper. Sold by Druggists throughout the world. Priu cipal office, No. 13 Cedar street, New Vork. Price 2.5 cts. a bottle. jaulM dwly. KELLER s WHITE, &suts, Kvausville, In ejf 1 Sntntmmmmmm MBBflHK pf, 4 IHbbbb8bSV WlT V W 1 1laBBaHB' BUSINESS CARIfc. jnKJIMI Bt ItltOW-s STOCK OP A Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps is now com plete. No larger, nor better selected stoik of good goods, was ever brought to th? Pocket of Indian.) Tbey bare been bonght of the best manufacturers of New England, and at the lowest possible rates, and will be sold for cash or prompt paper at corres ponding figures. Merchants Tisiting tbe city Yor the purpose of buying goods would be well paid by lookiug throngh their sti-ck. sept7 W.lPiJ ' PMiKBHS TO.VS OP .MS Brau and Sborls; ldO bush Ear Corn, Ml bush Oats, for sale by VICKERY BROS., septl'2 No. 32 Main street. nOT-MTOM:s.JVST H Mi cum m it .M KH1 bush large and good at VICKERY BROS., septl2 No. 83 Main street. mMiw iO II PUSH, etc., c.-40 W lbs New ;ikIHsIi I No 1,2 aud .1 Mackerel, iu store aud for sale at VICKERY BROS., sept 12 No. 82 Maiu street. Tobacco Agency, FOR MANUFACTURERS OF THIS ClTf, BY J. G. SAUERS & CO. MM, P IU VMt OJS' HJMJVB Jl PI-VMl WW lot of Manufacturers1 Tobacco and are re ceiving daily from the factory, viz.: SUPERIOR BRtOHT lb LUMP, BLACK HAWK BRAND IN list Its BOXES. SUPERIOR 4 OZ. LUMP IN CADDIES, FIVE LUMP IN BOXES OF llsi lbs. Made froui selected Kentucky and Missouri leaf'. Also all braids of Cigars, fioin half Spanish a BMfarior article of CHOICE SPANISH, Made ol oara Havana Leal the celebrated CK VANTEKS, not to be )e,a if equaled. We invite dealers to call and examine the stock before buying, as wo will sell at the lowest rate. ALLIS A HOWES, Agents, nug.28-6m Water street A. T. WHITTLESEY, ATTORNEY AT L A W KOTAR.V PUBLIC, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. Will attend promptly to the collection ot claims, and to all description of Law and Notarial busi uvfii. fcf"" Office on Third street, between Main and Locust , with O. W. McBride, Esq. Ju!yl3-drwly, HOLLTNGSWORTH & BR0. Have just received a lai ,e importation of Crockeryware, Queensware, Glassware, China, &c, DM First St., bat. Sycamore and Vino, EVANSVILLE. IN D . JAMES T. WALKER, JUSTICE OF Til E P EA U E AND GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT, Eoan.wille, Indiana. Oflico on Third street, between Main and Sya more streets. F. SHARPE & Co., HARDWARE AND AGRICULTURAL Irtxpleinoiats, Wf 'l'I B MiJH O t'li II TO COUJ'KB MM. of Main and Water streets, and offer for sals a large aud well assorted stock, which, for extent aud variety, is unsurpassed. july30 CHARLES ADELMAN, CUSTOM-M ADR BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER, COR. MAIN AND THIRD STS., EVANSVILLE, IND. All work warranted to bo done in good style aud very cheap. Call anil examine. may'jl -Cm Closing Out. Hfy- -MKP SHMeMetJVU JIT UP WW duced prices our stock of CARPET OIL CLOTHS, DRUGGETS, MATTING, DAMASKS, DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY, GL0VKS, MUSLINS, SHEETINGS CALICOES, CASSIMERES, CLOTHS, Casinets, Cottonades. Anything we have In the Dry Goods line wswill sel low for CASH, as it Is our full determination to cbange business. JAS. OAKLEY A SON. junel-Ciiel Evans ill' Commercial oilege , mm!. 7, JS'ORTH PMBST STBPBT. WW EVANSVILLE, IND. This Institution pre seuls every inducement to young men wishing U acquire a thorough practical knowledge of Double- Binlry Book Keeping, as well as a general Business Education. This institution has been In successful operation lor over live years. For Catalogues or other par ticulars, call at the Rooms, or address decU ly JEREMIAH BEHM, Priucipal. J PKKKV kLLTlOTT'S CITY Gallery ol -Ax-t NO. 46 MAIN STREET, ' EVANSVILLE, IND. ' Particular attention civeu to PhotovranK aud Melalnotypes. sep5-ly HIBAM NEION JOSEPH K. M BEVNOUJS Auction and Commission. ma p i so.y r co., svccMissotts MM to Woolsey t- Nelson, will routiuue the Commission business, both at private sale and at auction, at the old stand, corner Main and Third streets, opposite the Washington Hotel, wheie tuey will pay particular attention to tho sain of everything entrusted to them ; they will attend to any aucliou sales anywhere iu tbe city. Particular attention given to the sale of Lauds and Towu Lots Ac, Ae. febl7-ly jr. S.HMTH-S SHMBT .H.I.yiPJI TORY, :i5 MAIN STREET, Evansville, Inuians. If you wish to get the worth of your mouey in Shir Ls,Gentleiiien's Furnishing (iooils FANCY SHIRTINC PRINTS Please call at 35 Maiu Street. All orders tor Slitcbiug Silk, Cotton and Lin- a Goods, promptly attended to, and neatly execitteil. urateiui for past patrouags, 1 rep tlully solicit L-oiitinuance of the same. Shirts made ta order from measurement, and satisfaction warrauted. sept3-ly MMiKJV K PBPSTO.S', WHOCMi- Mm SALE 0RV GOODS HOUSE. First street. K. msville, Ind. Merchants will always find a fill stock of Dry Goods, Uoots, Shoes, Hats aud Cane, at .his House, which will.be sold on fair terms. ; p-.-i New Administration ! 0 OLD PATRONS AND NEW 0NES1 J. P. ELLIOTT. Successor to Z. H. Cook, Pioneer Family Grocery. No. '&Z Maiu Street, g JVO W OJV II -M -VII WM T H M an almost endless variety of Fancy aud Staple Groceries, which he intends to sell at UNIFORM prices. He will not sell one or two leading articles at cost 6r below cost to attract atteution ; but tin community luav roly on getting good articles at fair average prices. I have something for almost everybody. Mechanics, dealers, house keepers, misses aud bachelors can tin I goods iu which tbey obtain valne received for their monev janl. J. P. ELLIOTT'S Grocery. WM. iENCiT'& oo!7 WH0LESALE DEALERS IN READY-MADE Clot lxin , YA NKEEAN0 TI ONS, So. III! Main Street, Kvausville, Ind. Agents for German Anchor Boltiug Cloth. AHUCL E. OILBIBT WILLIAM B. BABXa. S. JEm Gilbert ST Vo. Wholesale Grocers, Sycamore street, between Water and First, Kvaato vitle, Indiana. A full assortment of Groceries a! ways on hand, and for sale at the loWest prioea. Agents for "Cypress Mills," Cttoa Yarus, &:., nt manufacturer's prices. (uovl HOTELS. H Pit WOO II HOC HP, Wtl.I.. streets, Evausvllle IxiHt lauding. Iud. One square from st.aSS my 5- If gUTV BOTMi'l., WjMTPK 1ST H HUT ' between Maiu aud Division, Evansville, Ioif, octl tt WM. H BOIUOURT, Pi.