. TRAVELKRS' GUlDKlT
KvamsTtll a Crawforda'rlll R.
.. -'. Up MaiL
Leave Evansville......-...... 9.25 A.
Arrive at Vincennes (pwwifwi for St.
Lonls and Cairo eo West 4.66 P. MA..12.10 P.
Leave Yincennes.....-..... -.12.18 u
Dinner t Junction (passengers for Oin-
cinnati and LoutoVe go East 1.85 P.M.)ll23 - -Arrive
at Terre Haute (close con sections.
for Indianapolis, Cln'ti, and Ob icago).. 3.36 '
InnTerra Hanto .. 4.00
Arrive at Bockville.......... ..... 6.84 '
. LaT6Bockvilp...........-...........6.10 A. M.
ArriTB at Terre laate. ......... ...7. 40
Leave Tsrrs Haute oIoh connections
from Indianapolis, Cincinnati, 6o.).2.35 P. M.
Arrive at Vincennea. ............ 6.34
Lmva Yinoenn- (O A M. train arrives
from the East at 4.47 ; from the West at
1.25 P.M.) 6 40
Arrive at Evans viile... ....... 8.35 "
Freight ami Accommodation. Up Monday,
WsJnesdjys, and Iriiays.
Leave E vac s vil le 6 30 A.M.
Arrive at Vincpnne.. . .. ..10.67 "
Leave Yiicennes....................11.30 "
Arrive at Terre 11 ant 4.25 P. M.
Down Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday.
Leave Terre Haute ... . . 6.00 A. M.
Arrive at Vincennea. 10.36 "
Leave Yinoennos...... .......... ......10.67
Arrive at Evansville 8.25 P.M.
Kteamcri Regular Paeketi,
For particular, advMtwenwais. .
Co ran leave Tuesdays and Saturdayl at 19
o'clock it. Arrives Mondays aai Thursdays at
night. .. '
rOll MDPC4H. .
Ciaeist Bowks leaves Mondays, Wednesdays,
aad Fridays at 13 o'clock m. Arrives Tuesdays,
Thursdays, and Saturday, at nig tit.
Fttoehb and Gbet Eaolb leaves Tuesdays and
iatardays at 2 o'clock p. m. Arrives Tuesdajs and
Saturdays in the afternoon.
FOB OREEJI BITKB.
Lne TEaws leaves for Sonth Ourrolton and Pond
E.i.r, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at noon.
Arri;sa on Tuesdays and Fridays, at night. .
There la regular daily communication with Usa
hbsus and Nbw-uboh by land conveyance.
REGULAR P ASSETS.
IfBfJVLJB BfJJVBVILLB Ji.VIJ
M.As Green Kiver Tri-Weekl; Inde
pendent Packet, steamer .',--?
A. DltlSKWATEB, Umter. E. D, S18T, CT.
Leavoa Evansville for Rochester, and all Inter
mediate points, regularly on Mondays, Thursdays,
and Saturdays. All orders and way business will
be promptly attended to. mar26-lwd
Fast Mail Passenger -Line
6f . .a1.
BOATS DAILY FROM EVANSVILLE
For all points on the Ohio River, (Sundays and
THE MAIL PAOKKT
!liarlet ISoivcii 2
Cmpt. JO H JBL jnCIAIJV,
Leaves Evansvjlle, Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, at 12 o'olock, for
Paducah and all Way Points.
Leavea'Padncah Tuesdays, Thursdays aad Satur-
days at 9 A. M.
THE MAIL PACKET
Cmpt. J7 V. THBOOP. ,
Leavts Evansville, Tuesdays and Saturdays Im
mediately upon arrival of Eugene.
Cairo and all Way Points.
leaves Cairo on Sundays and Wednesdays at
CO-VAJJ CTIO.V8 jnjDH JIT CJIBB
-ST. LOUIS AND ILL. CENT. R. R.
JI.flO,JT r.VSIVtli! WITH
E. $ C. R.R. $ LO UIS VLE PA CKET3.
sWFor Freight or passage, apply on board, or to
P. D. VTET3 Agent,
oct!5 Office over the Canal Bank.
-C9MiiUian junvMm- lunm na
-iiV VILLE, KVANVILLMand f , t, -HENDEBSON
Packet, Jr " '
D. T. 8AVRE, Master. DAVIDSON, Olerk.
Casnrpasaed for comfort and speed, will leave Ev
ansville tor Louisville every
Tuesday and Saturday,
At 4 o'clock P. M. For freight or paasaira apply to
P. D. VIET.4, Aet,
03ice ovt r over Cana! i ank.
Evansville, Sept. 9th, 1811. sep6-tt
Evansville and Green River
attio O o oXc 2
A. LITER, Ilaster.
The Mettle Cook will hereafter run In the em
ploy of the Government, from Evansville to the
different points on Green Biver. Paasenirers and
freight will betaken at the customary rates. The
iiati.le Cook is the " old reliable " packet, and has
excellent accommodations tor paseengers.
For Freight or Passage, apily to
nov'26-tf COX k HUMPHUET, Air'ts.
W MiVJLJtH X V If I fl I, i,Jt, JBV.
Lj i viivrr t i" i tt tv er r ri?
SOJi PASSENGER PACKKT. The f JJJ'f
new aod splendid C. 8. Mail Paoket s':-J.J t
G. B. TAYLOE, Oapt.......R. 8M.ITH. Jft..Glk
Leaves Evansville foi Lon.sville every Taesdaj
at 6 o'clock r. m., and every t-aturcLiv at 5 P. if.
Returning, leavoa LoulsviLe every Monday and
rrway at o o clooK p. h.
ooal-tf COX r HUAiPHREV, Agts,
Faducah. and Louisville Paoket
Jfi w SiJT Kino, Master, 0. R. Rodb, Cl'k,
r-fa? am 1 w ill sly regularly between the above
poiuU, leaving Kvauaville every Thursday mori
ini; at 10 o'clock, on her downward triD. and av -
ei y 6atardiy moral ng at lOo'clook on her upward
hi ouenas anpenor passenger acoommodatlous.
Fcr Freight or Passage apply on board or to
JNO. B. HALL,
0ct25tf Mo. 2 Waterstreet.
Leulsville, Evansville & Henderson
PAS SENGER PA CJKE T .
The new and splendid V. S. Mai! Paoket
Of A T fiUWV T A flT P
A. A DOSNAlihV, Capt
-I. a. i.iiuK. ni.rk
Leaves s.rensviiie tor iouisvuis
. Every Monday at 12 o'olock, and
Every Thursday at 6 o'clock P.
Returning, leaves Louisville every Wednesday and
Saturday at 6 e'olook P, .
ep7 COX , HUMPHREY, Agents.
H 1 !LJ '-gagg U JLU!
WM. We l.ave jnst received another beautiful as
sortn ent of the above celebratto kid gloves, and
V . . "eP ai tKJKA.PH.EK BUSSIMU 0,
40 Uain t.
F -.T'.rj tfrMV ft btts Balti.
nSy'-op, none butter In the city ezcvpt
the Escelaior, at f a. A oOOlt'li
Jan8 73 Main Hfv.t
.ugarouiei tlams, junt reeaivad
BACON.-oOO lbs Choice Lean Breakfast Baoso,
BKIfcO liEEF. 1,090 lbs choice canvassed dried
Bef ; 1.0(9 lbs uaranvassed do, just received
KHOULUKBS. 2 hhdsemtra sugar eured Shoul
ders, just received.
CABBAGK. 200 choice heads Cabbage.
PARSNIPS. 15 bushels choice Paranips;
1,60 sacks ohoico line table Salt.
COO boxes extra fine tau)e Salt.
100 reams assorted sixes , wrapping paper.
BRAN. 760 sacks rich conn try Bran.
FAMILY FLOUR. 95 bbls choice family
ROAST RYE AND BARLEY. 1,000 lbs prime
roastrd Rye and Barley ready for use.
ONIONS. 20 bbls prime Onions, at ?
mb3 if. A. OOOKS.
ForvT&rding and Cem missis
J. T. Oox.
F. M, FtrwraBBY.
COX & HUMPHREY.
Forwarding & CfanmissjrM Mercht's
x STEAMBOAT AGENTS
Ws have taken the Grey Eagle Wharf-Boat, and
ask of our friends a con tin u.nc4 of their patronage.
One of ns will be found aboard both, d&y and night
to attend to the wants of shippers. - sepl !
Gbo. Fostsb, A. U. Fostib, W m. A. Gwym.
GEO- FOSTER & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, '5
Produce and Provision Merchants,
oobhbb or tocrtrr ktrvkt xwd the caXax,
auga EVANSVILLE IND. j
Warrs, Givsb A Co., I , t Cbaitb at fcsowN,
Paducah, Ky., .'.- i . t . Evansville, la
Habdixo, Grvnv A Co.,
- - - St. Louis, Mo. i f
WATTS, CRANE & OK, !
No. 5 Broad Street,
. NEW YORK CITY.
We have opened a House in the city of New York
for the sale of t -
Tobacco and Western Prodaee.
TTnder the name of .
WATTS, CRANS & CO.
Mr. D. Watu, of the firm of Watts, Given & Co.,
of Paducah, long familiar with Tobacco, will take
charge of that department of oar business, and
Mr. I. A. Crane, of Orane and Brown, Evansville,
will take charge of the Produce bnsinesav
maySl WATTS, CRANE A CO.
Cheese and Butter 1 Agency. .
3P 21. O X XJ C3
Agent for the sale of Western
Reserve Butter and Cheese. V. '
No. a Sy oat more Street,
dec29 EVANSVILLE, TST). '
srVOJrUT.VMMUII-Yfe have this day
'HL' associated with us, in the Fsrwardlng and
Commiaaiott business, Mr. R. K. Dunkerson, form
erly of the firm of Slaughter A Dnukerson, un
der the firm name of Crane, Brown A Co.
nov20 . , . CRANE A BR0WM.' ;
CRANE, BROWN & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
SPECIAL RAILROAD AGENTS.
Give through receipts and maka liberal cash ad
vances on shipments of produce and tobacco to
New York. CRANE, BROWN t CO.
Evansville, Nov. 20th, 1861.
CRANE . BROWN
Forwarding & Commission
And Steamboat Agents,
Aceuta f"r Kanawha Suit Company. HJB
Liberal 3af 'i advauoe made on Shipments of
( ItJUna HXfHHbS 'JIPJA"F.-
yJt NEW ARRANGEMENT. - -
- The Adah Vxpbcrs Company reepectfnlly an
Bounce to their friends and patrons, the pnblicot
Evansville and vioinity, that, with increased facill.
ties for the transportation of
MONEY AND VALUABLES.'
They solicit a continuance of former favors. Es
pecial care taken in the collection of Bills, Drafts
Botes, and the transportation of small and valoabl'
packages. ' :
All persons wishing to avail themselves of the fa.
ollltiea of the Express, can obtain any desired infer,
nation in reference to the routes and details (4 th
business, at their Office on First street, between
Main and Looust, Opposite the Post Office.
dels G. H. FISH. Ageas.
assssj in i i j
FM IIMII 1.,
INCORPO RAT ED 1810
O II A It T K It PEB.PKT DAL
With a Successful Business Experience of
jj ft t Tears.
Caih Capital . ...
Capital and. Surplat,.
Insurance against Loss or Damage by Fire, on
Dwellings, Furniture, Stores, Warehouses, Mer.
ohandise. Mills, Manufactories, and other kinds of
property, can be effected in this Company upon as
favorable terms as th nature of the rUka and secu
rity to Policy holders will admit.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION given to Insuring
Fhnn property, consisting of Dwellings, Earns, and
outbuildings connected, and Fnrnltnre, Livestock,
11 ay, Grain, Farming Utensils, &o., contained
therin, for a term of years at LOW rates of pre
- OFFICERS s ft a
T. C. Allyn, Secretary. H. Huntington-. Pree's.
O. 0. Lyman, Ass't Sec'y. W. N. Bowers, Actuary.
i.&iexanaer, uenerai Agent tor tne western
and South Western States. Columbus. Ohio.
J. Graham, Ass't General Agent for the Western
ana oatn vt eetern states, uotumDus, Ohio.
Applications for insurance may be made to the
nnderssgtied, the duty authorized Agents of the
Corarny. A. C. HALLOCK A SON, Ag'ts
"OiBceon First Street, opp. Prst Office.
ng23-lvd - j
Office 112 and 114 Broadway.
With a Cash Capital all paid in of
ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
ASSETS JULY 1W. .....l,fiOO.ono
Ihe Heme Insurance Company Insures' agalnsl
Loss or Damage by Fire on Dwellings aad their
eon'ents, for a term of from 1 to 6 years on. th
most favorable terms. Stores, Warehouses, Stocks
of Merchandise, Produce, Manufactories, Machine.
and all insurable, property, at fair and equitable
raiee ana on
And Transportation, shipments upon the Bivers,;
leases, tjanaia ana Railroads, as low as the nature
of the risks will bear, with fairness to the assured
and the Company. 5
a uj us ting ail losses lairly, and promptly paying
them. CHA8. J. MARTIN. Pres't.
A. F. WILMABTH, Vice Pres't. ' :
J. Milton Smith, Secretary. ( . ! -
Johh McGbb. Ass't Sec'y. ' . " ' ' ' '
A ppUcatlons made to and Bolides Issued by
A. O. HALLOCK A SON. Agt's,
irst atreet, opp. rost Utnce.
m.'Ul.bjfUtTtfb bbls, now
sb by . S. K. C
crop, Just received
2.yXCjeLHIOJt BVUCfti bbls excelsior
d Syrup, the best in tlie city. at. :
H. A COOK'S.
mVIUJ.meiia. lm half and whole barrels.
fM Plaatatioo and Suirar Hoese, for sale bv -
' S. K. GILBERT A CO.
t j i rovm 9o jjjmn oil
9 LAMPS, as yon can get them altered for a
small price, when they will be just as good as
any uoqi oil Lamps that yon can boy. I have on
hand a good supply of genuine
ES.THA KUBNERS, .)
COAL OIL WICKS.
Also a KOod umrlm.nl ,.' I '.uil ,11 T..miu Tha
above are lor sale at low prices, at
jm n. a. BUMUAKPFJCR'S Druestore.
st GALLON.;, hhu i. vri.. ..
ust received and for sale at 60 cents per gallon, at
, - 1. A. tXiOS-'S.
w tra Coal Oil, Just reoefved at
jsnS H. A. COOK'S, 73 Main street.
"HILLER & NTEHATJS."
A 11 1 " 1 .1 . IB "
A NICE ASSORTMENT
Dmr GOODS. SHOES,
Mats; anil Caps,
CONSTANTLY RECEIVED & FOR SAL-
AT f I -
MILLER & NIEHAUS,
V; 43 Main Street.
mm FLA6S 1 1
Two Large Bunting Flags for
saler Silk Flags, Cotton
Flags, always on hand
or made to order at
; , short notice, by J, :
Jfliller Sr, JVicIiaus
cov 19 , , ;
JiJr NERSH1P. The co-partnership heretofore
existing between John Ivin.on and Edward Ivin
son, in tha Foundry and Machine busiaess under
the firm of J. A E. 1 VINSON, was dissolved by
mutual consent, on the 1st day of October, 1861.
- The said John Ivinson assumes to pay and ad
just all the outstanding debts of said- firm, and is
authorized to eettlo all the business of said part
nership. JOHN IVINSON,
,. t : . EDWARD IVINSON.
.'.January 22, 1862. , .1 . -'
Hanoi ACTCBsa or
The best and cheapest now in use.
Surpasses all others in simplicity
C1CEM SAW ML
References through the country where
it has sawed out 1,000 feet of Inch
Lumber in forty minutes.
IVINSON'S LATEST IMPROVED
Consumes only one-fourth the fuel
of ordinary Boilers.
I also manufacture all kinds of Ma
chinery such as appertains to
Railroads, Steamboats, Mining, Distilleries
Floor, Corn, Sugar and Malt Mills,
Tobacco, Wine, and Lard Presses,
Sash, and Muley Saw Mills.
Also Sheet Iron and Cop
per Work, House
V 7 Front3, Win
' . dow Caps
' and Sills, Ten-
tillators, Grates, Iron
"Railings, and every des-
" ription of . Iron and Brass
Castings. Dealers in Steam and
Water Guages, Gum Bolting and Pack
ing, Gas and Steam Wrought Iron Pipe and
Fittings, sc., at Manufacturers prices.
Old Metal Bought;
, Jobbing and repairing of all kinds done
at short notice, and workmen sent to all
parts to set up aad do repairing on Machin
ery and Boilers, f j a ; ; , i
Send for a Circular and Price Lists. .
April 3d, J 861. j ,
Respectfully announce to their friends and citi
zens of EvansviUe generally, that they are still in
the Feed business, and are thankful for past fa
vors, and hope by strict attention to business, to
merit a continuance of patronage on our new plan,
which we now adopt from this date, which is strict
ly for cash. - All orders accompanied with the cash
will be promptly attended to; sobs othbbs bibs
- We have now on baiid and for sale 200 tons prima
Hay, 600 bosh old white Corn, selected excresslr
for Bread, 600 bush new Corn in Ear, 600 busk
Oats, 5 tons Oil Meal, and a fall supply of Bran.
Shipstuff, Ac, and everything usually fonnd In a
reed Store, allot which will be sold ehunfor cuh.
and oaah only. - Beapeotfnllv,
aec7 R. o. HUSTON At CO. ' '
A9 Almonds. Brazil Nuts. Filberts. Pecans. Eng
lish walnuts, figs, raisins, currants, rook eandv.
oysters, sardines, alum, epsom salts, roll brimstone.
sulphur, copperas, madder, extract of logwood. In
digo, cream tartar, soda, bed cords of all kinds, to-
dhcco oi an Kinas, Diacxing, Patting, nutmegs, ci
gars or all kinds, ginger, race and ground,
glass jars, lanterns and flasks, mustard, pep
per sauce, matches, pickles, stone Dines. Dowder.
safety fuse, soaps of all kinds, starch, teas vine
gar, camphor, letter, note, cap, and fanoy paper,
wrapping paper, envelopes, salt petre, gum drops,
wooden bowls, Jujube paste, cinnamon, dried beef,
british lustre. - bonnet boards. ink. oil.
nails, sash, glass, spirits turpentine, allspice, soda,
pain killer, liquorice, Ao., Ac, Ax.
A supply of the above kept constantly on hand.
and for sale low, by ' ' 8. K. GILBERT A Co.
aaciz no. tHycomorv nt-
. . . . Importer and Dealer in !
Ooach and Saddlery Hardware J
EVANSVILLE INDIANA .
At At ran re merits with UnrotieaB and Americair.
manufacturer, for a direct supply of all goods in m.
Hue, I am enabled to offer Inducements, that can
not mil to be to the interest of all engaged in the
business to give me a trial.
I name in part: axles, snrtan mada of tha boa
Steel; bands, enameled and of ail kinds of leather
cloths, linings for carriages, varnishes, eastings of
all kinds, saddle trees, English bridle leathers, bits,
stirrups, spurs, names, fine silver names of all
Kluda, Jenny Liad Gig Tree., aelf-adjuxting fadi,
l'avlur's patent hamos, fly nets, ahna thruuiji. hum
blankets, London Girth Webs. American Airta
anc" Hein Webs, both eotton and worsted; London
Welt Skins, a superior article: ivorv. ratea narcha
and Mass lined martens;al rings: superior keraevs
fur horse covers, the best quality of oar tag e bolts,
patent gig trees, Ac, Ac. ....... f
. I keep in iaot everything appertaining to eitbea
branch of the business, and understanding both
branobes thoroughly, we would respectfully . invite
your attention before purchasing elsewhere.
i ctu also agent 10 r tvara . latent spring saddle.
a?Ml-dAW . ,i -.. . ai x , '
OLD HOUSE UNDER A NEW NAME.
ERNEST C. MINGST,
jrVMtoMjaa Mi i a jhuijujvjjs jijvj
Ml patrons that he has taken the
of Theodore Minggt A Co., o n the
MSF Corner of Main and First StreeU,'aSA
And will keep constantly on hand the choicest
Cigars, Smoking & Chewing
Tobacco, &c, &c.
He invite, the attention of Smokers to his stoak
of Imported Cigars, the finest ever brought to thi
MBJHKJHBMB THJ3 9JLO ri.V0..
a tt. SJIVM1H WOVM.lt MJBSAMICT
0jf fully inform the Farmers and Tobacco
grower, in this vicinity that he is bow in the mar
ket for the purchase of
200.000 LBS. LEAF TOBACCO,
For which he will pay the highest market price,
and hand over the cash on delivery.
J. G. BAUER also manufactures all kinds of
Chewing Tobacco, and will keep constantly on
hand for sale the following brands :
JHOlATJ.V HO SB,
And warrants the same to be made of the best
stock, and to give satisfaction.
Ha continues to make Fine and Common Cigars,
to suit the tastes of every smoker.
ALLIS A HOWES, corner of Vine nd Water
streets, are my agents for the purchase and sale of
Tobacco for mo; or I can be found at my Manu
factory on First street, below Division ; o
DRIVE ON YOUR TOBACCO TO
decl8-3m J. O. sAUER.
V 1 . Wa
AND GROCER, 1
Corner of Carpenter and Clarke Streets,
Medioines and Groceries at the lowest cash prices
of the city. Qgl3
SAM 0SX B. G1LKBT............W11.LIA1 B. BAB KB.
JE. Gilbert Sr Vo.
Sycamore street, between Water and First, Evans
vllle, Indiana. . A full assortment of Groceries al
ways on hand, and for sale at the lowest pricNi.
J. H. MAGHEE & CO.,
Are now ready with a good stock of
ZDZEtTtT Gr O O X 0 2
Boots and Shoes, for the Fall and Winter trade,
to sell entirely
JJOtt- OASIZ !
At very low prices. We have
Blue and Gray Sat I net u,
Whiteand Gray Blankets,
Prints of all kinds.
Red aod White Flannels,
And a Croat varietv of Noire Goods,
We invite all to call and examine, as we hold out
great inducements to cash buyers.
Novehbeb 12, 1861.
OPENED UNDER THK STYLE OF
Oobmeb Main A Second sts., over DaoesToaE.
Kvsnsvtllb, September lo, 18ttl.
Tft! THK OJVJUKBSIttJS"MH
w W citizens of Henderson, are acquainted
with J. F. Adams, and can cheerfully recom
mend him as an trtist who takes great pride
in his work, and L- worthy the patronage of the
citizens of Evansville and surrounding coan-
. H. Hillyer,
. R. Burbank.
L. W. Powell,
John H. Barret,
J" E. Rankin, .
Geo. M. Priest,
Thomas Soaper, .
James H. Clay,
Robt. T. Glass,
P. 8. Pictures cheap and unequalled.
BUST BBCSItTXB :
IP 20 cases Hats,
. 160 cases Boots and Shoes, ,
80 cases Negro Shoes,
for sale cheap by J. H. MAGHEE A CO.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Cash Capital, ----- $300,000
CASH ASSETS, 3T5,fJ0Q
W. C. EASTINGS. Ser 'v.
A. F. HASTINGS, Pres't
Tninna affnlitit lMU and dnmftCTA hT Fire On Dwell
intra and their contents. Manufactories, MiiU;
Storehouses, Stocks of Merchandise, at fair end
reasonable rates of premium.
Poltotes promptly issued and losses adjusted for
. . A. ( . HALLOCK A SON, Agents,
sav2 First St., opp. Post Office'
SWORDS! SWORDS I
mrVSTMBCBlfBO 4 JLOT OF F. S.
9B Regulation gilt mounted Swords, a good i
17. S. Rfirf,JTffl.V BELTS
. V. . HKGinUATtOJY S.J SH BUI)
if. 8.BBtt,-1TIOJV UVfiLBSf
" v. m. BBttvvJTi.y cjfBt
V. It. HBUV LJITMOJV SBOVLDBB
All kind of military caps, for mea and boys
will he sold chean.
Now ready all the latest styles of irenliemens-.
youths' and Infants' hats and caps. . Pices to suit
Also, all kinds of military and cap trimmings, at
oolS 39 Main atreet.
fiTIVL OJV HJJYI JJV1 MtBTBB-
o MINED TO SUCCEED!
GEORGE THORN HILL takes pleasure In It
farming his old customers that in the quality and
style of his work, he flatters himself he cannot be
excelled. He baa removed to Bray's new building.
Second street, bet. Main and Locust streets, where
tha choicest Harness and Saddles of every descrip
tion can he obtained on the best of terms.
Mr Repairing done with neatness and dispatch
Seoond-hand llarnesstlwayson hand. lei
mB Vr VBJtB'8 AJsVTgWhat could
eV V be nicer or more useful for a New Year's
Gift than a nice Coal Oil Lamp. Another fresh
lot Just received at V1CKEBY BROS.,
d ciiS No. 82 Main street.
If mo w to
sjfJE Jnojyrti ir you
JmML bave a lard oil
or burning flnid Lamp, you
can hve It altered to bnrn . coal oil at a moderate
expense, as we have a few dozen extra coal oil
burners for that purpose; fetch your lamps along,
so V1CKER? BR08.,
dec6 No. 92 Main st.
TrjJVtOJ-JVOTB A-rjSMr-bO reams as
XV sorted, fancy oolors an d new styles, jnst re-
ceiven, for sale by
No. 4 bycamore st.
FBiO VOVVBB0H bags prime for sale by
Jl. .. S. E. GILBERT A CO...
WJYtBA.MJi8. 60,000, assorted, for .ale
JSJJ by 8. E. GILBERT A CO..
No. 4 Sycamore street. 1
JPBJJUB WHAT IS
. . B. A. COOK'S,
73 Main street.
mm mif Mmh hipi i' si I pmi 'I i l'i 11 '' ywMiii
y (i'-;ia,,i ii , Hi, iir'Ss
DR. HAAS, having leased the rooms formerly oc
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, to visit bis rooms
and see the specimens on exhibition, whether they
need the services of a Dentist . or not.
Since theieauing of his hut circular and adver
tisement, over a year since, several improvements
and new inventions have been made, of which he
has availed himself, and allows nothing that will
subserve the interests of hi patients, to pass un
secured. His facilities are better and establish
ment larger, without doubt, than any other in our
S'.t6, and equal te any in Eastern cities. All those
who need Dental operations performed, and are
l.tsod with his work, shall be attonded tv witt
g eat pleasure. .
The following are the styles of work manufactur
ed by him:- Continuous Gum; Block or Carved
Work: Vulcanite Base; Coralite; Amber; Cheoplas
tis; Gold and Silver work.
Nothing can excel the beauty and cleanliness of
the continuous gum work. It is without a seam
or crevice. Cheeks that are sunken can be restote 1
to nearly their original contour by this style uf
work, and also by the use of the Vulcanite, Coral
ite, and Amber Base. The latter styles, for light
ness and adaptation to difficult mouths, excel any
oels anything we have ever seen. .
He has several ansesthetics for alleviating pain
when extracting teeth. They are perfectly harm
less. The mout delicate can have them applied.
He does not advertise anything he cannot do,
nor exhibit anything not made by himself.
Parents shoo Id consult the health and beauty tf
their children by having the Dentist direct their
second dentition, thereby producing symmetry and
health to those invaluable organs.
Irregularity of children's teeth correod sue
Those having decayed teeth, should either have
them extracted or tilled at once (the latter if pos
sible). The health of the parties and the remain
ing teeth demand this.
mJf I take pleasuref In Introducing Dr. Haas,
my successor to the old rooms In Bray's brJlding,
hoping he will find them both jleasant and profitable-
From my intercourse with the Doctor, I
am pleased to find him one of the progressing;
possessing taste and high professional ability and
standing. With this view, 1 can, with safety, recom
mend him to the community as a skillful and com.
potent dentist. (ma328) J. KIVETT.
Facts for the People.
It is a fact not to be disputed, that Roser Bros,
are now opening one of the best and cheapest
stock of Dry Goods in the city, comprising every,
thing fashionable in Ladies' Dress Goods, from the
lowest price of tJc per yard, up to the highest.
Shawls in great quantity and variety. Silk Dusters
and Lace Mantles. Our stock of Hosiery, Gloves,
Notions, Ac, Ac, is complete. . Also the latest
styles of Prints, Lawns, Organdies, Barafees, Ging
hams, Ac. Bleached and Brown Muslins, Irish
Linens, also Cottonades, Linen Drills, all for men
and boys wear. Ladies, Misses, and Children.
Shoes, and a good many articles usually kept in our
Ine, ail of which we warrant to sell as cheap as the
heapest. ROSER BROS.
Liver Complaint, Fever & Ague, &c
The successful introduction and use of this cele
brated Remedy has been the signal for a literal flood
of compound called " Bitters," offered in various
forms, from a qnart bottle to a five-gallon keg, un
til this word " Bitters " Is but another name for
' grog," or some villainous whisky mixture.
But the really great relief derived from the min
ote Jose, one teaapoonful, of oar medicine,
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters,
and the entire abaeno of after prostration, has estab
lished for it a reputation which the host of imita
tions and counterfeits have failed to nndermine this
positively vegetable preparation, with barely suffi
cient pure spirits to preserve it.
But one size of the genuine (Half-Pint Bottles),
price One Dollab.
It is a medicine of loug tried efficacy for Purify
ing Oie BUod, so essential for the foundation of
good health and for correcting disorders of the
stomach and bowels.
Two or three dnees will convince the afflicted of Its
salutary eflects. Tbe stomach will speedily regain
its strength, a healthy action of the liver, bowels,
and kidneys will soon take place, and renewed
health be the quick result.
For IJVBWBBTIOJV, Try
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters
JPor H HA HT H U MJ . 'fry
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters.
.... For JUtltMTi', Try
Bcarhave's Holland Bitters.
For WJtTJiHBMJSH, Try
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters.
For HBjIIMVHB, Try
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters.
For I.OSS OF J FPHTITf. Tru
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters.
For COSTIfFJVBSS, Try
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters.
For FU.M8. Tru
Bcerhave's Holland Bitters.
In all Nervous, Rheumatic, and Neuralgic Affec
tions, it Das in numerous Instances proved highly
penenciai, ana in otners enectea a ueciaea cure.
Thetrennlne, highly-concentrated Bcerhave's Hol
land Hitters is pa tup in half-pint bottles only, and
retailed at One Dollar per bottle. The great de
mand for this truly celebrated medicine has induo
ed many imitations, which the public should guard
- Bewar of imposition I fie that our huh m on the
, label of every bottle you bug.
Benjamin Page, Jr., & Co.,
KELLER & WHITE,
A GENTS EvansviUe, 2nd.
SUaiSTfAN KBATS ....WM. bciuiak
KRATZ & HEILMAN.
CITY FOUNDRY I
MANUFACTURERS AND BUILDERS OFSTEAsJ
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Saw and Grist Mill Machinery, Tobacco Scrws
Gumming Machines, Chinese Sugar Cane Mille,
Thratlng Machines, 4k, c.
rWTBE PBOPBIETOBS OF THE CITY FOiri
JBL dry belt leave to Inform their friends and tbt
public in general, that they are prepared to do aU
MACHINE AND FINISHING WORK.
and everything appertaining to the Foundry bast
nasa- They are manufacturing Steam Ensinas am
Boilers of any glue and power required. Saw Mill
Machinery and Mill Gearing of any size; Distil.
lery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws, Gum.
mine filar.ninea, lnrasning maenmes, malt situs.
Horsepowers Coro-shellers, Machinery of all aluua
made and repaired. Irou and Brass Casting f
every description, Iron Housefronts, Cellar li iiu,
Ao. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the latest im
proved patterns; Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Ac .
BBEWEB8, D1ST1LLER8, RECTIFIERS, Ac,
Supplied with every description or Uopper and
Sheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Refrigerators
Attemporators, Sparsres, tillheads and Worms os
an improved principle. Columns for Alcohol Stills.
least Jugs, cans, ovpnons, vc; copper, Ajeaaand
Iron Pipe; Copper, Brans and Iron Pumps of every
variety, for keer, spirits, oil, 4 Brass Cocks and
Valves, Steam whistles, c.
Workmen sent lo all parts to nc up work and do
repaii on Steam Boilers, Copper and Sheet Irra
w or t, tfc.
OLD MKTALS BOUGHT.
They are dealing In and selllntr Alien's lmnror
Steam Gauge, Wrought Iron welded Pipes and T
bins;, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Mac hi
Stephen Hughes' Flonr Separators, German Bo
Ing Cloth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing, Hose, .
of the best kind; Tiuplate, Sheet Iron, Block Tib!
Pi. Ir..n Rul.lt Uulul M.-l. VI I I .. L-
They have every fac ility of the best Machiners
and workmen, and will give all work entrusted to
iiiein, their individual attention, flllinir order.
promptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied
nu reasooaoie prices.
sT Office and Sale Rooms. No. AO Main .trMl
Foundei y. Boiler Yard ao I Machine Shop on Pins
street, between First ' lecond streets, Bvans
ville, Indiana. decT
JS9MVSBB8. Just received,
--Ess 25 doz. Horse Brushes, assorted.
26 dos. Shoe Brushes, assorted.
20 dos. Sorub Brushes, assorted.
15 dux. Cloth Brushes, assoptod.
6 doe. Counter Brushes, assorted.
15 dor.. White Wash Brushes, assorted.
To Grocers and Merchant, we otter the above at
Cincinnati wholesale prices.
Jacob tu.au u x nun,
feb22 Wholesale Dealers, 71 Main St.
mmjuuva fo wubui
MLB 12 doz Jiuhoprick's Baking Powders, in
pounds, half pounds, and quarter pounds. Just re-
ceived at feb!7J ELLIOTT'S.
ST, OHHiJV BVtM8. New Orleans aad
JBL i Cuba Sugars Jnst received and for sale at a
small advance on cost, at
No, 82 Main street.
ww iw ua iguuuin voters oi tne City of Ev
ansville, that the annual city election, for the pur
pose of electing one Councilman from each Ward
of said city, one Mayor, one Clerk, one Collector
one Treasurer, one Marshal, one Street Commis
sioner, one Surveyor, one Assessor, and twe Assist
ant Assessors, and one Recorder, will be held at
the places fixed by the ordinances of the city for
holding city elections, on the first Monday, being
the 7th day of April, 1862. By order of tne Com
fc.mar27 p. BURKE, City Clerk
. Sale of Fire Engines, Hose, &c.
B9 F OBDJBB of the Common Council of
JlAr the City of Evansville, the undersigned will
offer for sale on Thnrsday, the 3d day of tVpril,
1862, at 10 o'closk A. M., two fire engines tbe
Washington and Neptune with a quantity of
leather hose and couplings, sorap iron, Ao. Pur
chasers will be allowed a credit of six months, by
giving note with approved security. Ssle to take
place on Main Street, opposite tbe Court House.
JOHN A. HANEY, J Committee.
CORPORATION NOTICE. .
ORUBB tOR PLANE EIDB-WALK.
Feb. 16th, 1861. And now it is hereby ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the city of
Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of
lots fronting on or adjoining the east side of
Market Street, from Bond to John Street, tn
said city, cause the side-walks thereon to be
brought , to tbe prcprr grade, and that they
cause a sidewalk of Class No. 2, to be laid
down thereon within thirty days from the publi
cation of this erder.
P. BURKE, Olerk.
Clerk's Office, Eeb. 20, 1862. - i
CORPORATION NOTICE. ;
ORDER FOR PLANK SID B-W ALE.
- Feb. 15th, 1862. And now it is hereby ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the city of
Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of
lots fronting on or adjoining the east side of Har
riett Street, from. Ann to Sixth Street, in said City,
cause a sidewalk of Class No. 2 to be laid down
thereon within thirty days from the publication
of this order. P. BURKE, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Feb. 20th, 1862. -.
. CORPORATION NOTiOE "
t ORDER FOB PLAKK SIDE-WALK.
Feb. 15, 1862. And now it is hereby ordered
and directed by the Common Council of the City
of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts
of lots frontintr on orajjoining the east side of Har
riett St., from 'sixth to Franklin St., in said City,
cause a side-wfiik of Class No. 2 to be laid down
thereon within tiiirly days from the publication of
P. BURKE, Clerk.
Clerk's Offlrn, Fob. 20, 1862.
ORDKR TO REPAIR BRICK SID8-WALK.
Feb. 10th, 1802. And now it is hereby ordered
and directed l y the Common Council of the city of
Evansville, l., at the owners of all lots or parts of
lots fronting on or adjoining the east side of
Harriett Street, from Franklin to Seventh Street,
in said City, cause a sidewalk of Class No. to be
laid down thereon within thirty days from the
publication of this order.
P. BORliE, Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, Feb. 20, lstl.
Mil JJLJ.'L !iK.lT3!W.'C!irX"lt!JI
jh. bblejhjjv wjvijyra Bu
rn MOVED his office from No. 4 First street,
to his residence on Second street, opposite tbe new
Presbyterian Chnrch, will keep, as heretofore, a
good assortment of Wheeler A Wilson's, and
Singer's Sewing Machines and needles, silk thread
and oil, and every thing that is connected with tbe
mhl " F. M. SELLMAN, Ag't.
cjt b a.
SARI. C. HUGHES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MORGAN FIELD, KY.
Particular attention paid to tbe coll.ctiug busi
ness inthe 1st District of Kentucky.
WUU ceivedat . ELLIOTT'S
mb7 Family Grocery.
"DUM VIVIMUS VI V AM US."
ST. CHARLES KESTAUKANT
"CHARLEY" HABBE, Prop'r.
rWKHH JtHOVB JYAJMiO MOIBA
JL has just been repaited and refitted, and is
now opened to the public. No expense has been
spared to place (he St. Charles in first rate trim,
and it will be kept as a first class house in all res
pects. GAME, IN THE SEA BON,
And everything edible to be purchased ia i !; .r
ket will be served np at the ST. CUAELi. i at al
hours, In a style which will suit the moat fiisiiii
Choice Brandies and Imported Wines ; the besl
brauds of Old Bourbon and Mononfrahela and A
No. 1 Liquors of all kinds will be found at the bai
ot tne St. ijtmries.
All the favorite Havana brands always on hand
tr- Tbe patronage of my numerous friends and
the public eenerally is respectluiiy solicited.
orf-ra CHARLEY HABBE.
STOVES, CASTINGS, AND
XU O LB 8J XJg - JY 1) BBTJIZ,
GOOD CHANCE FOR BARGAINS.
The undersigned have a larire and complete ai-
sori;ruimt of the above articles of the latest styles
and the most durable quality, which they offer on
the most rt-aaonable terms.
They mannticture all kinds of
rftnyinr. iwn urtTiwr. cmucc
wuuniuu H 1. 1 ill rt l i 1) U lUILJI
Grates, Hollow Ware, Caatines, and the best of
The times are hard, and we dii;n to ai.-ll cheap
In proportion. Every article is iusured to be of
the best quality.
Remember tbe place on slain street, opposite
tbe Court U use. ...
jtn2l BUINK METER A CO.
fit jt HLB BJLT.la larg and small bags,
JL for sale by B. K. GILBEBT CO.
lW LJBtlB BTOCM. OF COVJTTMIr
V A. Knit Socks on hand, worth from 25 cents to
to cent, at . SCiiAPRER A BUS81NGS,
aug22 No.4t Main Street
ripiO JntHU L IU JYT M e r c ti a n U receiving
At. orders lor Coal Oil Iianips, can bave them
mica at viunitKi BKUS., 82 Alain St..
e BIX B 8 OF UO'Bt" HOJLF Also
iw the essence of Snow, Brown, Windsor, Varie
gated ana crystalized bar Soaps, for sale at
' H. J. SCHLASPFEB'S,
Janl6 Drug Store,
OB JIJYII UVTTFH. 3 dozen nice
Butter for a quarter, at
No. 82 Mala street.
F. SHARPS & CO.,
Produce and Commission
No. 3 Bocra Wateb Stbeet, - t
Boots and Shoes
WJLL BBLIt VMBJIF FOB tXMSII
JL or exchange for Tobacco, twelve oases Boots
and Shoes, comprising Men's, Women's and Chil.
dren'a. Tbe above are uirect irom juasaacnusetts
faotoriea, and .uitablo for country trade.
Washington Hotel, or to
THOMAS J. HUNT, Agent
BOOT J."0 BHOB BTOBK,
No. 22, First Street, corner Sycainote, '
febll - Evansvillf, Indiana.
T il V LT U 15) uioe fresh
-- uresBeu Auraevs: OUUIDS araitaMl I hirkona.
lor aaie i.nis morniUK.
UJ1US SUTTS. 25 bushel. tn Onlhn a
Dusueis surer skin Onion setts.
DWaET POTATOES. 50 tninbnls Hwoat Pnt..
toes oi a splendid quality.
FRESH F.GG8. 500 dozen Just received. -SHOULDERS.
253 from 3 to 6 oents per lb.
DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES.
'si. bushels dried Apples.
16 bushels dried Psaches.
15 Beans, for sale at
mhl ' LLI0XX'J9 Family Qrooery.
JVO. 1 VOBJV SrjHttf For sale at.
xi. . ccvuuaa r r in -a
New Drup; Ston '.
W !f""s ' H1JHFB Tbe fourth in voir.
:- Inmpj In thirty days received per steauiei
.-ebanon, comprising a great variety of styles, su
perior to any yet received. Also, a supply cf tin
Boseoran or "Star Burner" .hades, chimney ,
wicks, Ac. For sale at
No. 82 Mitio street.
& J""' rjBLB BlTTBB, at
H. A. COOK'S
150 boxes German and Palm, for su
A3 LOW by
febSJ 8. E. GILBKRT t CO.
JR 7"r , WHB T FLO If
-BLat 29 bbls lust received, ami t,.r .,
VICCKlti- BKO.S . 1 Main St.
At H I LJUIiW"' & co.n H .
'L i5 dozen children's Indian Rubber Ion
Combs just received, aud for sale at 10 c's ariec
t SCHAPKER A BUSSIN'GS,
febl2 . . . i 4tf Ms,iB street.
nrioHJcc-o jtj-n vmjtus.A i,n(
At . stock kept always on hand, from common j
tbe very (it 8. E. G1LBEKT A CO., j
Ieb3 Nri. 4 Sycamore street j
T" IJS AiifjM- CiltB H 2.'! bbls. fir Siy
by feb3J 8. E. G1LRERT A CC.j
SWIIS.WO k.gi, at I is, test, for sJ
sV V ty fBt3) 8. K. Gli-BEBT A COj
.V V KTs8B8.f0 boxes u
sorted, for sale by
l9b3 S. E GILBERT v CO. I
MJtCttB JMOCVJ DPit. All kij
icr saie very low. oy f
ri. E. GILBERT A CO
CVItBJP COFFBB.Ohio Rye, and Cot:
' Iteans, said t be good substitutes for Cofi '
Also, Ju turners Essenco of Cuifea lutincsn.. l!
ileal VI'lKEaV'S, I
fel. No. 82 Main street
OF MICH C O (.VTA
now reciiving from the B!
VIC&aBT BKHS., ,
No. 82 Main stree;
road and for sale at
J oncraiz patent Coal Oil Burners, po
ble, only requiring 2V inch chiinnevs. Sumi
may be seen at VlCKEKY BKu:
2 35 boxes extra Pa'm Snap;
10 do German do;
10 do 1 o ,i y Bar do.
Recoiled this day ly H. A. COOK,
Jan8 73 Main sti
T KKU& 1 CSSING'S.
We have just rpcoivo i
Winter Dry Uuods, com;
our second pnrclias,
rising some of the j
brand that the world cau produce. A great V
etyof Dress Goods, Vir ii i i. tLs, Tweeds, C(
me-es, Ac. tJCli Al' K.iiU A BUSSING j
onvUu 49 Main t
F&L VB JtiJY -i pes extra quality j
J3f mixed Joans j lift rrt-ived and for sale ,
No. 4tt Main tre
i . VjE L HM. For sale a
grioj t, oil
riHHJF 1J HVOJUBr-A. good Broon
"vf 15 cut and better ones fchskcrs-
ot-n ts oiujli, at
No. 82 Main stre'
C 8. JtLMOJYIIB.
Ajs Almonds, at
bbls soft eh
II. A. COOK,
L net rate, Almond, Cream, Circassian, 1
Rose and Antiquo Hair Oils, r or sale at
H. J. rCULAEPFEB
janl6 Drug SM
Bj L OUllU, LA mJYHBMi M V
M. Orange and a goed variety of Cokisiui
tersfor sale at
H. J.SOULAEPFKil f
no van BfjtVF. io
sugar house Syrup, received this dy
at 60 cents per gallon at H. A. COOK
VISOMVB FMCKLBB nVjtJi
10 bbls extra Pickles, at
II. A. cooi;
LOOK HERE, EVERYBC
WE are now mannfacturing Wells' Fatentj
n g Spring Bed, the best and most conveniei:
n nsi, ni it can be moved or handled wltboj
r Call and examine them. an
t TB LBUiIt60 kegs pora fotO
. - B. K.GILBBT A i
NEW DRUG STORI
The uiidvr.i hsviug purchased from
Thompson his entires ( k lu trade, will coij
the btunnoss at ttio o:d stanu, cornar oi maii
Second Streets, v i i e will keepeonstan:
hand a fresh and fuil sopply of I rugs, Med i
Paints, Oils, Dairnerreau r.tock, and aU othel
eles connected nil t :e susiuess. I am prj
to offer umiiiiiil iod
acnts to cash buyers.!
; KY J. P-1ILA:PF
-CJ LBS. W.
hand a supply cf
We tan also furnish TRACK SCALES of
rity. These Scales are from the manufat
T. FAIRBANKS A CO., St. Johasburi
mout. Every Scale is tested and sealed, an
ranted correct. For testimonials we refer
thousands of persons using them.
llUliMrJiiOUb. st CO., Ag,i
nov24 Water street. Evant
THE GREAT WESTERN
RUIiS THE BLOCHA:
Theodore's Excliange, i
The proprietor of ths above eetabllshmer
with renders to all his friends bis sincere
for the Uvors they have bestowed upon b
so many long years. At the same time n
opportunity to inform the public that bs k
up his place of business in new style, aad '
has taken care for the nocesaary accoinniou
his visitors. . .
As nsnal. the Restaurant will be Iuruln.
the most superior delicacies of the season.
A free lunch, consisting of everything tb
season oaa produce, will bs set at 10 o'clock .
forenoon. . .. -
There will be fonnd at tne far toe nnw
purest Wines and Liquors. Also, the bes
and Ale to be had. Together with this, yc
find there tbe l-pot of MALTBY'S W0RL
Orders will be filled promptly, and to th
faction of mankind.
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