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aiiti:i. i t.)UCMtK ISf A SMALL FAM ,v t,ooil wKes and a permanent , r. app V to C. Piii:T031, corner i mid Flrt SlrtWS. decJ SI r: i tisi FK WAVIV.O. Any one , ,n.r a sotwt seond-lin J one, of ir--.ii. and tor o cheap, cau u NOTICE. . MF.Ai WAvitU lO WORK mi the K., H. . Kalroi. bw !mi:s.'UVI' aud Iioplulile t tri. Ij bcrai Ws" i w.r we. n(r.lw ; A I.'F Containing throe r.jias. Kitchen, poicli and eelar; m evu iqians of Court Hou-m il-murs na-ise?H " 11 tt ," citre orllje. tt tl J 1.1 K A. WUVLK 1M t.B- la a good ruaQuiaetarlng eetab- now la operation in a g'HXi looa- s a good trnda, which ran beeaairy d. Itim ey to ra peristole par uia torselllnsi, part, of time ocea imcr b'.Hiawi, Acdress, ou x:i, city. nOTlw r DXKrKu corxiT tew s t r nine per cent. Bonds, at the , agonal Bnk, tkvanRvllie. ocl-lf rou HEIJT. r-rcvt- FURSISHID ROOMS. Apply A Mrs. HABit-Slcill', corner ourtn . . x Mtwit. deei-St 'llrilFTIIRKC BOOMNIO A n.-.til family, at low rent. Apply al - J i-. iwl OTuv. eec-A-lt u..-- ;ed Time idis aorember 21. F.wi:ville dt Craw fordsvllle K. B. .tr Awm . aCKlatioa .. ?0 a.h. .U)-.V A.M. In jjr wj, 6:li P.M. 6::-o tjt 8:3i FJM 12 X 'hi" Qaalt latlLananolla K. B. ; : s ; 't . 1 S35 AJC. 5 :40 AJ inn 6:15 a.m. a mi) p.m i ;. .' 'aodUoa... sjO f.m. . t&r.M : irr .. 4 U$ rjt. 10:15 r.M '. hio z IKIaatasippl II. B. r-.'i -noenne. doing Katt, trOirty Writ. t r yt i-j . 1 P.M. Bv5l A.il . i :4 1 p.m. - pja l) P.M. II U PJK sttismi; aiciMBEa a, is;?., i; I TV iEWS . 3 Sealing W'x, Wafers, &o., for sale it tha Jouesal oSca. 4 E jrsiojt to Vixczhees. The ft. Lv nciscua Xavier Orphaa Soci ety 1 a made arraogement3 for an cr t; ;i- on trsia to Viacennea, on San day, t.T wLioh moans tho Catholics of t- y will bo enabled to participate in ! j reception of their Bishop, who ha:- j iU returned from the Eonmen ic.i i ouncil, at Eom'a. The train leave promptly at 11 o'clock aai .'.turns from Yineennes A II at 9 0 Civ-C.l. P.M. 1 r jonal. J. P Bilec, Esq., l'o?tr ister of Ilcaderson, was in the ci y y itcrday, making arrangements f-r a provements in his cfSce. lie h a l J mg a largo number of lock box e . t n : will soon have his cfiioe fitted ic. aoat and attractive stylo. ' ; 'i .'be many friaaJs of George W. .''Lone, Esq., Presidentof the Ev ar?v; e National Bmk, who has 1-r sime timo bsm absent in ''ew York, hare bjeu anticipating 'hf pleasaro of hi presence and , j oy ia this city tUa present Win ter. We regrat to learn, through a priv .te letter, that owing to oon t; - u i!J-heaI?a he has been eom-vy.-'-i to postpone t ih visit indeS BJtc;S. r ik Packisq. W. M. Akin cut jrKv hogs yesterday, and will out to hundred and fifty-three to-day. A. fI. Foster cat two hundred and tea yesterday, and will cut between om and two hundred to-day. Elliott i Sou finbhei cutting the lot spoken ; Ci terday, and these, with a small ..at by Mr. Gavisk, will complete ft'. n-erations for the week. Hogs, n if ir, have exceeitfd the expecta tk'9 if both buyers and raisers, in -rd to their condition, proving, j-:u dressed, to be much heavier t v .a their external appearance would !2' :te, a fact that is very much to 1 , vantage of thoso who kill hogs hi " "ike the entrailfat for their pay. h e;arding the price of hogs, Messrs. His- MoBirney & Co., of Cincinnati, j writicg to -Mr. Akin, of this city, s'ate tha the crop in the West (five Sata) will reach not less than 3.500, t u h.gs, and that they will prove full i.y-fcro Pr coat, heavier than laat .- .i, frora which they augar that . - msst fail. - .. i r wall icforaiel gentlemen say coiling to tl;a supply of this o, : ht p ioe should not be hieher i Ive c:it3gr3.3 in crdsr to be in proportion to the pries of last year. l J-Inkstands, Mueilage Stands, anl Sponge Cups, at the Journal oQ-e. . Crlmlaal Matters. ilF-ooaDKa'a . Coubt iV. . WUlard, Es.i., presiding. Jack Swipes was 'o - i 13 25 each for two misdemean ci i, aad sent to prison. .-"1'ire IJcReynold3 was the fleet ".iftcd fallow who wis pursued by the ' ered and torn" man who be , i himself to be bereft of linen, y . j is not a Justice of the Peace, .. she even a good judge of the , of clothing it might be profit t :.';" osteal, for his raid on Charity ; '- ons' clothes-line only realized ' thite shirt, one sheet, one pair . awers and one waist. Squire .. mt to jail to await the action of ;v ;i.aad Jury. Squire, when ar r v , d, pleaded " guilty, but drunk," a i a evidence of tho drunk, urged f :" sober, he would havo chosen r , :ai men's wear instead of wo man's clothing.' ' Lord " Edward Fitzgerald, or, as he cails it, "Fijarrel," paid 15 23 for a diicrdetlv drunk, and tried to in- tt""1 tha mil dpt. Willardto " kuockeff" "qnarter." "Arrah! Sure yiz make id even change, an not hard oa a gad customer that it a call before." It was useless, -ordship had to pay in fall. ''ore Juitice McTcrnan.A ca3e anlt and battery wai tried, dur--bielwtwas proved that a man in. n 5 ' " nr- c r j : "pa- ,u ii "'r was wnaiea by a namei JVli7-r. Whaler called r a idlecht'i LnV-r, and iliiler jhed" nim to prove was not. proof cost him fX rshal Wunderlich, who was witn bat i 2 PfafHia wbea John Williams e-i.aued from custody, says that when the) jhanged cars at Yineennes, they : . . ,to a sleeping oar on the O. & ;i. r aad with a number of other per , oy mistake, and while going from , - -ar to another, thi train being in act" m and the passengers crowding ten tuem ana taeir pnsuner, ams sprang from the platform, manacled as be was, escaped ba he train could bs stopped. a" fr- wl-' lliams evidently had accomplices mrried tita out cf the way, far i?2va search failed to find anv Imasrmmii. The AmaTicm. A hoase greeted the amateur minstrels last I night, and a very xnnch ins proved per formance repaid them for taeir tuit. Goalee's btHad, "Your Little Dar ling' Blisid," was rendered with all the iwectness and feeling for which his singing is so well knotrn. Jimny Mill' comic aoegs, like bis comic act -iog, showed plainly that he is a boin actor and requires but a few finishing touches of art and experience to make him perfect. Wtg'ey'a ballad, h Goslea'e, was admirably rendered.acd the applause that greeted those gen tlemea as they came out of the stage door after their performance, showed how well they are appreciated. Of Joe. Elliott's negroism3 and Green's eccentricities, it needs but to be said that Joe's appearance alone wax, even without his excel lent acting, a whole comedy, while Green's sons and dance perfom anee would put some prcfasiosals to the blush. The Zither solo, "Glockenspiel, was not only exquisitely sweet pieoe, but was exquisitely executed, but Mr. Ullman's taste is too high and to fine for "Shoo Fly," and the encore was not as good. The troupe play again to-night and to a crowded house, no doubt. With a little more experience, they eould with credit appear at the Opera Ilouse, and without doubt 11 it. . The Rise. A great improvement is preceptiblo in the floor at the Punk, and the improvement should be taken advantago of by the lovers of the graceful pastime. The Terre Ilaato Gazette waxes critical over the report in the Joca nal, that a rink was in full bloom, in Iowa City, and asks why Dr. Bier bower did not get a bloeaom from it. The answer to the question asked by the "eweet pink" is, that, from the modest violet to the stately lily, Ev ansviile society is well supplied, as the assemblies at the Kink have re peatedly shown. PICOLUI. The Cottago Club meeti to-night Six Carson, Baker & Co.'s Cran berry advertisement. ' The preparations for the German ladies Christmas Bazaar are progress ing finely. The next hop of the Non-Formal- ite Club occurs at the residence of II. E. Read, E;q., oa Tuesday even ing. The weather still continues fine; 42 was the state of the thermometer yesterday at 7 A.M ; at noon it was 56; at 6 p.m.50. Another nose was curtailed of its fair proportions, yesterday, ia a little "onpleasantness," in the neighbor hood of Sycamore and Fiet Streets. About half past twehe last night, a man, who had been warned by the police to go home, raised a great out cry on the wharf, saying he had been knocked down and rolled. Officer Rboades, responding to his call, be came eatislicd that the robbery was a pretense and took him into custody, lis said the robber took his pocket book and all his money, IIS. When searched at the Police Station, his pocket-book and 119 95 were found in his pocket. At this rata the benevo lent robber mnst have given him $1 95. Brady's Pledge. Brady was an habitual patron of thj Recorder's Court, and all his earnings that were not wasted on board, and a trifh for clothes, were paid into the city treasury, and the rum shops. Many a time and oft had be resolved never to drink again, but as often broken the resolution. A friend of his who cared more for him than Brady did for himself, was accustomed to secure his release from the lock-up; lonetimes by psying, and sometimes by replevying his fine, and on one or two occasions, succeed ed in getting him released without a fine by working on the feelings of the Reoorder. Oae Moaiay morning Brady was missing from his place in the shop aad his foremaa, as usual, set out to find him, for ha was a valuable work man. He was found at the Police Court, in the "ball pen ."with his Sunday clothes torn and covered with mud and sawdust. When Brady's turn came to be tried, the Recorder said, "Well Jim, you're here agaic." "Yis yerhocr, but id was'nt my faa't this timo, yer hone r." "How is that Jim? If it was'ot your fault, I'll let you off." "Well, an' yer honor plaze, I'll tell ye: xe see, 1 met me brcdher t ehx, that I didn't see this twinty year an' bether; an Felix an' I, we talked a long time, an I found out it was Fe lix, an' Felix found out it was me, and shure, yer honor, what less could he do than thrate. Well, av course I must thrate too, an' waa word brung on anedher, until, yer honor, I dunno what kern over me, but I'm here, yer honor." The last few words were de livered with a trembling lip, as a tear appeared about to start from Jim's eye. ' Well, Brady, I believe I will let you go, lF sit. X nomas here will ac swer for your good behavior for a sek." . Brady winked, nodded and beck oned at Mr. Thomas to give the re quired pledge, and he did bo. Jin?, brushing the sawdust from his clothes a a . as ne went out, asxea as soon as iney gaioed the street: "Bogorra, Toi, dida't I do that well?" "What, Brady! you don't mean to say that wa3 all put on. that you have not seen your brother?".; ' " Breddher," exclaimed Brady; "Breddher! where the divil would the likes o me get a breddher. I got no breddher: I never had a breddher; but I rot to money to pay a fine wid, an' I ktiow ya waut me at the shop " m "Well, Brady," said Mr. Thomas, ia some disgust, "I give you up. If you ever get there aain. you mav tay there for me. I'll never help yo w of a Mttpe lgain... ' Ti".1 ow Tof Shure ye many s the good v,rB L'shtentome.Tomt ijji1 m9' now ! I'll swear bo all thnn ? tte; Pathrioks Reek. I'll go home get me prayer buk an take a houly, solemn oath, that I'll nircr dhrink anither dhrOp o' pperlts as long as I live. I will by ." In pursuance of this Brady went to his lodgings and spoke the promised Tld tntktoir It hc?bly Und'as w.tu r t Oaltic..', od cs' upon saiatj and angels to witness, concluding as if frightened at the strongth cv tbe fliiitton. "Never driak anoiler taste o licker unlets wance in a while whin I'd meet a J rind." Ilia friend Thomas at this point abandoned hiro. and Jim speedily went to the dogs. BCEOLABT AT E-OCKVILLE. Thieves broke in passenger cars, at Rockville, on Thursday night, mak ing up a fire, and enjoying themselves. They broke into the bsggigc car. broke open the train boy's chc3t,hclpcd themselves to what it contained, oarrying it away in his basket. Then broke into the mail room and stole four overooats, with which they do camped. One of the party was ar rested at Terre Ilaute, yesterday af ternoon. rial Kstats Trasstsbs. Tn follow ing transfers of Keal Ksiate ware made dnriniz the week, ending December 2d, m appears by tba County Auditor' Re- eorda: D.C.Copety to John Begley, 25 by IE3 feat, part of aoutb one-half went one-half K-,M. r of 19. 19. fOItX). Wm.Hnuon to Joaepli fntton, Lot2and 3, anbdlTlslon 1 A 8.4 and 6, Eiock 8, Fourtn MAJtstASK UCEras.The folio wins are tbe marriage licences for tae week ending Dec 2, 1370: John W. Jarvts and Mary Etgan. James Joan UUes and Mary Ann How- den. Joseph B Juohard and Caroline Wall. Lore o . tstranb and Mary K. Esner, . tuts T. Hall and aiz . Wilton. Wm. Strange and lillia Oiovr. . Kdir&r A. Fjt.lrchild and Cornelia Forth W'm. Tornado and Battle Newman. Fredk. NleUermelerand Ioulna lk. Adolph Peterron and Mails Schmidt. Ctirlmiaa Vogt and Ltltzlo fflffar. t&" Newspaper Files, the very best in the market, at the Journal oEce. I'npald letters.. Post-Office. Evansville, ) Deo. 2, 1870. List of letters remaining in Post Office, at Evansville, which are in sufficiently directed. If jot called for by December 9th, they will be Bent to the Dead-Letter Office. Persons calling for these let ters will please apply at the Cashier's Office. Tom. Osborne, Madison vllle, Kr. Henry Eurrcfcer, Mt. Carmel, XII. Mla Lucy Bdson, No. V7 John Street. K. II. Evans, Baxter Sprints, Kansas. Mra. Brasilia JOHN W. FOSTER. P.M. DIED. BON1KACK At bla residence, on Chest nut Street, In this city, on Tliursday, the 1st lnat.. Air. (Jkobos kosifacb, formerly of Missouri, and lately of New Vori City, In the Afty-eishUi year of fata age. . Funeral service at 8U Paul's Church, to-morrow (Sunday), at 2 o'clock r.ar. X.OCAX. IJOTIC12S. Gold Pess. A large assortment of new Gold Pens, best quality, just re ceived, at the JorjBSAL office. It LITE AND LET LITE 11 I'ssurpassed nd Insurpassaole ! t Ser. i.GSAXD SUDlT LrxiII, Dec. 4 MAIN STREET FXGHAN9E, ' Between Fifth and Sixth Streets, From Morolas 9 till 12 O'clock. Oyster Soup, with stawed Squirrel, Rabbits, Qiails, Roast Turkey, Veal Beef and Pork, and all kinds of . Vege tables, at 10 cents! Ruth's square brand, fresh Balti more Oysters, the best in the market, always fresh, at 50c, COo, 75c per can, or icrvedupin every style at all hours. Jons C. ScawEirsR. To Members or the Cottars Club. There will be a meeting of the members of the Cottage Club this evening, at 7 o'clock, in the rooms of the Club. By order of the President. T. B. BYR3E3, Seoretary. gTSpare Ribs, Sausage-meat, &c, at Elliott's Potk Housa to-day. - Chaneebbie3 Just received on consignment, and lor sale cheap; 50 bbls. Cranberries, at Carson, Baker & Co.'s, No. 30 North Water Street. dec3 lw Great Bargains Wet and Damaged Goods at Auction. The goods damaged by the sinking of the steamer Emma Floyd, will be sold at auction at 10 o'clock this Sat urday morning, on the levee at the foot of Sycamore Street, consisting of Bacon, Cement, Shooting Crackers, Butter, Cheese, Tea, &o. Henbt Guxbk&ts, decltd Auctioneer. Sendyour lard-cans and jars this day to J. P. Elliott & Son's Pork House, and have them filled with nice, clean" Lard, at 12 cents p:r pound. Don't fail to call and see the Crown Shoe, at Geo. Miller & Co.'s, No. 66 Main Street. It rnrs, Furs at Auction. One hundred and fifty sets of furs, of all kinds will be sold at auction, commencing to-day, at 2 P.M., and continuing every day and night until closed out, at H. Gumbert's Auction Room, No. 80 Main Street. ' dec22t II. Gcmbebts, Auctioneer. The copartnership heretofore ex isting between II. W. CJoud, W. M. Akin and A. Carlstedt was dissolved on the 1st of July, 1870, A. Carlstedt retiring. II. W. Cloetd, W. M. Akjn, A. Carlstedt. The undersigned will continue business at the old stand under the present style of Cloud, Akin & Co. Have assumed liabilities and will make collections. II. IV.Cloed, nov29 lrr W. M. Akin. County A'otlcc." To accommodate especially tho la boring class, notice is hereby given, that, from and after November 14th, 1870, tho Auditor's and Treasurer's offioes will be kept open every Mon day evening from 7 to 9 o'clock, to enable them to transact their busi ness without loss of time. Philip Deckeb, A. V. C. F. Ltjnkenheimeb, T. V. C. uovl0-30t m SJ ' . -i Removal. Messrs. Roach Si Torian have re moved their stock of Hats, Caps. Furs and Straw Goods, from No. 14 North First Street, to No. 32. Rees' Block, formerly occupied by Me3sr3. Morgan, Read & Co., where they will be happy to meet all their old customers, and as many new ones as desire to pur chase goods in their line, promising to sell them goods ot as low prices and on as good terms as tbey can be bought in Cincinnati or elsewhere. The inoreased facilities afforded by tee largo and commodious Etoro cow occupied, will enable them to carry on a much larger and more complete stock than heretofore, and to trans act business in a manner much more satisfactory to themselves and cus tomers. We ask you to call and look through their magnificent stock. Tbey will take pleasure in showing ycu through pov2C-tf Boots and Shoes. The old estab lished boot and shoe house of John Rascb, on Seoond Street, below Main, is the place to go to buy your Winter boots and shoes. His prices are from tea to twenty per cent, lower than the Main Street stores, and be has a larger and better stock of goods than he ever had before Come and examine prices and the quality ot goods. - - - dot9 tf -Take your- i Prescriptions to ""dwell's Drug Store, corner. Main n4 Third Streets, and have them ijn uuu uitc i ; ptly yid with pure Drug. vrrecTi nov syr Holland'a Rold pens are the -'! h & a: lCt tf Post Offlce Jiotlcc. In order to conform to the change of time on the ii. & C. Railroad, the following hours will be observed at the Post Oihce in this city: oitick nocBs. General Delivery and Glass Boxes open at 7 am. uiosea irom u:iu P.M. till 12:45 p M , for opening Noon Mail. Closed at b P M. Ofiice open for ljock Boxes till 10:30 p si. Cashier and Money Order Oaice open from 7:30 a.m. till 5:30 P.M. E. & C. R.&. MAILS. Forenoon Mail closes at 10 A M. Afternoon Mail closes at 4:50 pm. Mail arriving at Noon open at 12:45 r-M. . Mail arriving at 9:35 PM. distn bnted for Look Boxes at 10:15 p.m. No other chances of Mails since the issue ot last Bulletin. nov21-tl Jous V. Foster, P. M. the benate. A special session is held at J. L. Kahn's Senate Restaurant, every morning, at which an oyster lunch is served. Quails and all sort; of game daily. The best the market affords, of both fluids and sclids, every day, at the Genato, 133 Main Street. nov-ti xfif-A freph supply of Fresh Lake Fish. Trimo Mush Fe ed Ovsters and Canada Celery, just received by ex- Eress and for sale at W. Rube & Co.'s rreea Grocery, corner Seoond and Locust. nov 18:f It I Y EH Fur Other River Items 8re Third Page. The river was rising slowly, and the weather continued fair but colder. The additional arrivals and depart ures wjre the R053 Iltte, Louisville and return; John Kilgour, New Or leans to Louisville; Mallie Rigon, to Cairo. . ' The Ross Hitc bad a fino trip both ways... The Mallie Ragon took out a splendid - trip......... The John Kilgour came up at 7:30 last night, flying light and looking exceedingly handsome. Capt. Bish. A. Oglcsby is her commander, and is a steamboatman of long experience, and a most gallant and companionable gentleman. He brings the Kilgour here to stay, and asks a liberal share of patronage. Mr. II. E. Filmore is her chief clerk, and is a most estima ble and accomplished gentleman. He will be assisted in the office by Capt. W. H.,! Armstrong, a gentleman well and favorably known on the Western waters. " The Kilgour is In splendid ' condition and i3 very fast . and very roomy. We prediot for her and her gallant officers a brilliant campaign in the Louisville, E?ansviile and New Orleans trade. The Sam. Parker and barges were still at the wharf at 10 o'clock this morning, and will probably not get away until noon to day.. ....The fine steamer Lizzie is announced for New Orleans and all way ports on Tuesday next. She is an excellent boat, admirably ' officered Captain John Shuok brought the Parker and barges to this port and returns from here t Cincinnati. Tiff. Strider, her clerk, wiil take her to Cairo, where Captain Parker will take command John I. Covington left for Cairo last evening by rail The rise at Cincinnati continues, and there is now 3 foot oa the falls at Louisville. Boat JLrM viug; To-dajr . For NeW Orleans. The excel lent steamer Leosidas will be here early this mornicg en route to New Orleans, and has pleasant passenger accommodations. Captain J. II. Ma- ratta commands, and Dan. Maratta has charge of the office. .Both at? steamboatmen of experience and abil ity. UoMta Leaviaa: Snulsy. Fob New OaLEANS. The mag nificent side-wheel steamboat Kate Kinney may be expected to-morrow evening, en route to New Orleans, and has splendid passenger aecommo dations. Her chief officers arc Capt. Hicks King and Al. Croxal!, both eminent for their large experience as steamboatmen and for their pleas ant a 1 dress 83 gentlemen. Wo hope to see her liberally patronized. aianlfcsfs. Manifest of the steamer Quickstep, lrom Cairo to Evansville, Deo. 1. Martin. Gardner A Co. 1 nhd tobacco: John Masters Z boxes mdse; O W French, 'i boxes cheewo, 17 bills green bides; V Bentley, 1 horse and brggy; AGumberts, 9 sacks wool, 3 sacks fealutrs,8 dry bides, ii ereen do, 1 bbl pecans; Jno Koeiker A Co, 7 pieces Htove sastings; Cfeo Malrd.l check line, 1 line and blocks, 1 anchor, S bbls household goods; C Kratz 40 bdlea bobs, 1 cog wheel ; Btetnback, Wack & Co, 25 dry hides, 87 green do; HobuUz. Thuman & Co, 5 pfcg boiler tools; Ii V Patrick, 10 this spar; Eliza Taylor, 1 box clothing ; Dewltt Lanphear, 25.0CS shingles; B E Gilbert d: Co, 1 box tea; Jno Demastine, S bbls of or anges; H Herman. 5 bbls oranges, 1 hogs head cocoa nnts; Mrs E Marts, Id packages household goods. BBSHIFPHCO. Newborg 56 pkgs hides. New Albany 8 boxes axe bandies. Louisville 1 box fralt, US bbls oranges, 3 bbls potatoes, 1 bbl whisky, 10 pkss house hold goods. Cincinnati 2 bbls oranges. River IMapatclieg. PiTTSBCBO, Dec. 2. Weather clear. Thermometer 42. Monongahela 7 feet scant and falling. Pittsburg, Dacember 2. Weath er clear " and ' pleasant. " Monon gahela 6 feet S inches and fall ing. Arrived. Juniata and St. Charles. Departed, Juniata for Cincinnati; Mollie Ebert, for New Orleans; the Occanus, Davage and Glendala leave to-morrow tor et. Jjouis. in addition to the coal shipments rcriorted. ten teaman, with .ri7fl ill HI knsl.nl. Cincinnati, and ten steamers, with 700,000 bushels, for Louisville, will go Out on this water. Cincinnati, Deo.. 2. River las risen 9 inches; 11 feci 8 inches in the channel. Weather clear. Cincinnati, Dec. 2 River 12 teat and rising. Arrived acd departed, Msjor Anderson, for Wheeling. Weather clear. Temperature 44a. LoUIBYILLE. Dec. 2 Arrived Alaska,, from New Orleans. The Lizzie will leave to-morrow tor Vicks burg. The Ouachita Belle is pre paring for a New Orleans trip. River rose four inches during the past 24 hours, with 3t inches in the chute. Weather olear and cool. Caiko, Dec. 2. Tyrone, Evms villa packet. 11 p.m. ;Uolston.Ciru to Memphis, 1 AM. ; Shannon, New Or leans to Louisville, 5; Belle St. Louis, Memphis to St. Louis, 8; Continental, Cairo to New Orleans. 11; Wauanita, Louisville to New Orleans, 3 p.m ; Belfast, St. Louis to New Orleans, 6. River rose 7 inches. Weather clear; mercury 52. Cairo, Deo. 2. River rose three inches. Weathor clear. Mercury 52. St. Lduh, Deo. 2. Arrived John son and St. Johns, from Keokuk; Rubicon, from Vicksburg; Adelia, from Illinois River. Departed Rock Island, for Keokuk; Susie Silver, for New Orleans; Marble City and Belle Memphis, for Memphis. River falling. eatber clear and warm. Nashville, Dec. 3. River rising, with threo feet on Harpeth Shoals. Weathor lair and pleasant. Arrived Tobe Hart, from Cairo; Ella Hughes, from Palucah. Memthi3j Deo. 2. Weather clear. Mercury Cn Riv ri's !:t't. I ch: nnel ii ; iig wat at il'i ii ! v.? Uai, with err r;i: :ctt. Thv- nrrftovns. Fish and Barter have just received a new supply of these beautiful pictures, which they are soiling at greatly reduced prices. Call and look at them. oct27 tf k&nsas rose two feet to day. Arm d: Fanoy Brandeis, Cairo. Departed Richmond, Pauline Carroll, Witks, for New Orleans; Great Kepablioand City of Chester, St. Loais; Kate Put nam and Milbrey, Louisville; Allen, Arkansas River, Nick Wall, Red River. ViCKSBCBa, Dec. 2 Down Mol lie Mooro. River failing. Cool and and oloudy. SrEAMBOATS. 1870. 1371! Speed Safety Comfort Evansville, Cairo & KrapMa Oleam Jacket Cotn'y. N. K. NI8EKT . PrealdtOt H. M.MWKKmES ... Secretary M. T DaXTKR .....Saperlntendeni JOHN S. lioPKINei Tte.xarer For BHAWNEETOWN, CAIRO, PADU CaH and MEMPHIS. The fine reliable steamer ' ' . MALLIE R AGON, Josh. V. Throop, Matter ; Nick Pennington, Geo. 8. Throop. Clerks. Will leave Evansville every TUKSUAY and FRIDAY, at 4 PM. Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY and Hatarday, at 6 r.x. The Low-Pressure Btesmer QUICKS 1VK I : IT. T. Dxxteb. Master: W. B. PE!rWI.VOTO?0 rtrfea ErottR Rvdd, jcierxa, Will leave Kvansvllla every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 4 P.M. Leaves Cairo every TUESDAY and FBI DAY, at 6 r.M. The above new magnificent side-wheel low-pressure tUamfn bavins been con structed expressly for this trade, will run regularly during the season, carrying the U. ci. Mall and Adams Express; making close and positive connections at Cairo i with the M. tt Wt. L. Packet Co. steamers ort. .bonis, aiempms, vicksourg. ana an way points, and with the eu Loais 4 New Orleans Packet Co. steamers for New Or leans, giving through tickets and Bills Lading to Ht. Louis, Memphis, Vicksbarg and New Orleans. Also tbrongh tlokeis and bills lading given to all points upon the PaducahA Gulf, Illinois Central. Mo bile & Ohio, and Mississippi Central Rail roads, and Cumberland and Tennessee Rivers. Close connections made at Ev ansviiio: lta the E. C. Railroad for all points North and Kat, and with the Morn ing Star and Taraacon for Lionlsville and the Upper Onio. Hpeclal Inducements of fered to stock shippers. Thla company being the TT. 8. Mall con tractors, and running the only low-press-are packets upon the Ohio River, and being commanded by caretul, experienced and responsible otiloers, can safely guar antee greater Dnnctualltv an& eafetr than offered by any other line. General Office, No, 20 Main Street, E vans vile, Ind. W. BROWN fc CO HUMPHREY A LEWIS, And PHY. V. VXET8. novU Agents FOR CAIRO, MEMPHIS AND THE BENDS. The regular Evansville, Caito and Mm phis packet JS. : . . . . jsxirisriE, W. G. Mepham, Master; F. F. Vlard, Clerk, Will leave for Mtmphls and all way ports, on TUESDAY, DECEMBER , at 5 o'clock p.m. For freight or passage apply on bjard. or to w. u. bKiiwa a. iu. or w . . X- CV' J VV a.v Uv Vt NICHELWN d: TRIPLETT, Agents. d-:c2-4t Evansvilia, Eeririersoa ft Nashville Railroad Transfer Packet, to Henderson. The magnificent side-wheel steamer PAYETTE, A. o. Dorland, Master; James Leicber, Cleric, Will leave Evansville daily tor Hender son at ii km. Returning to Evansville every morning at 8 a.m., and every Satur day evening al 6 r M.. Leaves Evaoaville very Monday at 5 A..H. nov3'-tr FOROWEXSBORO.CANNELTOS AXD XAlUiaViLLS. Ths splendid side-wheel pA"s?rjger packet MORNING STAR, A ,T .Gumoie, Master: . v Miles D. Warren, Clerk, Will leave for Louisville and all way land ings, on SATCBD&T, DECEMBER . at 11 o'clock P. M., upon ai rival ot tbe Mail from the North and East. For freigat or passage apply on baard or to dlt Agents. FOR MEMPH1M, VICKSK7RG NEW ORLKASd, AND The splendid side-whf el stsamer t dtl KATE KIX1VEY Hicks King, Master; Al. Croxair, Clerk, Will leave for New Orleans and all way ports, on SUI DAT, DECEMBER , . at S o'clock p. ir. For freight or passage apply ou boatd, Or to y . w. iif.vj npi a tju., It Agents. FOR MEMPHIS. VICKSSEURG, A N V NEW ORLEANS. The elegant steamer at - r imj LIZZI E3, J. G. liendrlck. Master. Will leave for New Orleans and all way TUESDAY, DECEMBER . at i o'clock p. it. For freight or passage apply on board, dec3-3t ' . . Agents. FOR MEMPHIS. VICKSBURG A NEW UIIL.EANS. The good and popular steamer S8sy Xi e o jsr i x j & 9 Dan. Maratta. Clertr. Will letve for New Orleans and all way SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, at to o'olook: a jr. For freight or psssace apply oa board, or to rxv;iii!.ljOUi ItU.i'ljt.LT. dlt Acenta. FOR PADUCAH AND CAIRO. Tbe elegant low-water steamer. T-a r T YE ON E, Tom. Harmon, Master, '- Will. P. Fowler, Clerk, Leaves for Cairo and all way landings, on SATURDAY, DECEMEER 3. at i r.Sf. For freight or passage, apply on board, or to SlCHELSON dt TRIPIiETT, It Agems. FOR BOWLING GREEN. - The elegant passenger steamer. V -ALLS C IT Y, J. V. Sproule, Master; . Murray Bewtey, Clara:, Leaves for Bowling Greea Dd all way landings, on . . . . SATCUDaT, DECEMBER S, at 4 o'clock p.m. For freight or passage, apply on board, or to HUMPHREY .LEWIS, It Agents. STEAMBOAT AGENTS. DIKE SICHEI.33N. OU! If. TKirLETT M0UELS0S TfilPLETT, Genoral Htoamboat ; ASB SHIPPING AGENTS. OftUc ia Hie American House, Cor. Water & Sycamore Ss., EVANSVItXE. IND. ' 1 Til ROUe II 1ICKETS BOLD ASD Buis of Lading signed to all points by rail or river. Ageuts lor tbe EVANSVILLE & CVIKOs T. LOUIS MEMPHIS AND NSff ORLEANS PACKETS. For the CUMBER LAND AND TENNESSEE RIVER PACKETS, and for tbe -' WHITE. ARKANSAS AND RED RIVER PACKETS. Also for the LOUIS VILLE a ad CINCINNATI PACKETS. SB-AM HfLM or Lapino flgned at the offlce. ; - Prompt attentlod given to receiv ing and forwarding ail freight entrcstsd tona. norlS-Sna THE 'OFFICE " " ' ' Of THU TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE Is loeated on 1 " ' ' ' t . . fc n, h Third St., W Carpenter ft Dftlsioa. THE LIBRAITY will b tf-rt Btit'l ' - , tbe iftrrria . 'iwiUe, TT it i j. i - j -. s Li s Ii I IT D Ii E Y tt BEO. HAVK JUST IUOCKIVED Twenty Thousand Dollars WORTH OF 1VJB2W GOODS FOR THE WINTER TRADE I CTblclt will be avoid at from 10 TO 50 PER CENT. Less than Former Price i ! Their fllock of f41lkft, AH IT NOW I. HAS NEVER BEEN EQUALLED ' IN EYASVILLE. Their General Stock of DRESS '.GOODS! Surpasses in ; Etjlei, Quality, Quantity ana Cheapness, any BtotK la i . , . . . .. SOUTHERN INDIANA! Their . Htook of SHAWLS, CLOAiCS, ; : ' " UNDERWEAR, CALICO, r MUSLINS, CHECKS. . ' TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, BED BLANKETS, CRIB BLANKETS. iU ; PIANO COVERS, f r, HOSIERY, GLOVE3, NOTIONS, WHITE GOODS, - CLOTHS &. CA8SIMERES, FLANNELS QUILTS, I VELVET RIBBONS, &c., &c. Cauiiot 1e Sitirjassel. the: JiAnnsT:j. Sew Tort Xarket. J By Teiugraph. ' . Hxw Yoauc. Dec. 2. 'troTTon Dull, and prices a shade lower middling nmacds loi. - IfwuH-ueruand active, and prtoes ad var cod lOralSc: receipts lMtW barrels: su perfine to 0UA5 20: extra " soa-r : good to choice I K.aO 4U ; extra Ublo t-i son a : v Bt. Loots S'J 00(3 25. ... -. Rv Flops-unchanged.- . . COM3 M CAL U Ulbt. Win ky Demand lair and market Arm mt. KUjikQHa. , . . Wusax Demand fair and market firm at bibber ; receipts itii,t..j bufcheis aoriDit tl lotl Su: mixed tl new In fori or tl ;:: white Mlchlkan fl 47 ml (S red and amber tl 41 Hi; white Ictila ia (1 Go; whUeHtaletl fc'. Rys Doll and prices nominal. Baeley Demand fair and market firmatilMe Baulby Malt Quiet. (hiKN-Demand lair and prices advanced receipts 17,tAi bnshels; old s-Jo; new mixed JO 8a, . Oaw C2sCiic for wsstern; J361c for Ohio. . . Hay Unchanged. " : Hops-Dull. 1 - 1 ' . CbiTFEE Dull and tha market tinsel tied Rio. HKal6c: Java. 21ra2;.c St-aXa-Cuba, BXdilCc; Porto RIw, 'Xa lie. , , . Moi.AS.sxa New Orleans, C3aJ2c, RlCB-'7'&7"io. --" - - PKTBOI.EUH Crude, 12ie; refined, si'.io raovisioss - Firmer; mess pork I it) new 922 t0ii;: 60: prima mess IIS OO.aiM h new t2 0023 00; for January 120. Beef unchanged; beef nan Ktf.ftSi; prim mess beet ; xnata raees tvtM, short rib middles lie; short clear middies Laud. -Dull at 12J(91Sgc; for December 12J4C. BcrraK 11330c for Western; 20 j 4 Jo for Ohio. . : . Cuaws Demand fair and market, flrrn at J2iuic. - .LAI EST, Fl.oua Ia ieculativ'a demand and prices higher. -... v' . j Wheat Demand fair and market firm new spring tl EtX3l 3d ; red and amber i ii i. . Kye Dull and prices nominal. Oats Dull and prices a shade lower al t'oBit Steady. '" Pom-In good demand at f nil pi Ices, f BEKP-UncbaBged. Labd 1UH1K1;. ' KGoa-8tady ''?ith a moderate demand atS-'iWSlc. -j - 1 - ii ' . ' . -'. . CJaelnnatl Market, ,; ' By Telegraph. CiatcnrwATr, Eoc a. Cotton Dull and prices drooping ; mid ding, loc. Ftoua. Dull and declined to 15 SOgo 30 ror tamuy. -Wheat Dull bat unchanged at fl 119 in. - Cobs Steady, with a moderate demand at DUjja.c. Rvk scarce and Arm; sales at !H3S7c. Oats Bearce and firm at ia7c. Hops Quiet and unchanged. Gboueries steady. ' Oiks Unchanged. Eous Dull and droooins af-7,ac --- - BcirEB Heavy receipts depress tha market, whlcb Is dull but unchanged; saiea at iogsuc ...... Cheese Demand fair and market firm Bkeus Clover seed excited and prices nigner;saies at fit) 204)!'.) uu: iimotuyseea qaiet and unchanged at (3 1-o.aj W. Pobk Unlet and unchanged at ti8 009 19 '. Labs Demand good al foil prices for steam, to fill New York contracts; sales at li?,3ior January, nrst half or me montn kettle dull, and prices drooping; sales at 12c. Bulk Meats Dull, and prices nominal wltb no demand. Hous Demand fair and prices advanced to to 4ta6 J; receipts 5.1U1. Gbeen MEATa Firm at 'a38K3 (or shoul ders and sides; IU31I0 for heavy and light bams. Wnisar-Quiet and uuchauged at Gold I lOi. Exchabck Par. Moke r Easy for good paper. St. Loala Market. By Telegraph. St. Loins, Dac 2. Cottok Dull and prices nominal. flr.e wintar B4 L21 kLi: XX Hi iv. a e . uytJJ2i - - w meat uemana lairand market firm: No 3 red winter inspected f 1 SP3I 23 ; No. 1 (1 5 - CokN-Demaad fair and market firm; ranging ai Gigae. uatb-ijuii out uncuatiged at ttsSfic. gAHLEY-Flim at 05. Kye -Quiet at ftx70c. H iQHwism Flm at bfic - Tobacco Irreguiar. Hemp taa Baging are unobauke J . i PoBi-MotH actlvateiU18 W. to:iarrib lUKaucieTr BSarSS!. ac7 , 0 l0-5 "ie"r cured i8 LABD-Uv412a. UtXM-Sltwdl .1 ..ll -a -e . r - 6 . mostly atJS a-ia iS. t "9 flew Tore Gold and fito a- at... ByTalegraph. Narr Yoaw. Dec. 2 FxcnASOK-Bterllng BJf. - - Oonpons urn. , , llT 'a " go. uaal-. ii til. Do. KM0 Currency-sixes!!.'.!!!!." SaiarUle Market. 1 '": By Telegraph. Naahvilli, Dec 2. 1 ,CT7!,!!OB,3 ltlU tower prices ; low middling Ka , Bout iln.- Lower; clear sldsailScj cljar rib llo; ntioouter. 7Jc. rues.-r.ompMpM DDL Lam-1. . pMia-Hj.'j,, F TAKE IfOTICE! If you want a Black Dress, go to LINDLEY &. BRO.'S. If you want any colored Silk Dress, go to LINDLEY & BRO 'S- If you want an Irish Pcplin Dtc go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S. If yon wsot any kind cf a Drrss, go to LINDLKY A BRO.'S. If you want a Cloak, go to LIND- LEY & BRO.'S. If you want a Shawl, go to LIND LEY & BRQ.'S. , If you. waut a pair of Blankets, go te LINDLEY & BRO.'S, i ; : If you want Muslin or Calico, go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S. " J If you want a pair of Glove?, go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S. If you want a Balmoral Skit t, go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S. If you want Underwear, to to LINDLEY & BRO.'S. .; If you want a Bargain, go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S. If you want to buy for Cash, go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S. When ycu go Shopping, go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S 03E PRICE CASH ST03E, 79 Main Street, E&tween Second & Third, neav the i Court Housa. - '' -, Chicago Market. : i By Teerapn Chicago. Dec. 2. Kxch aj " e -I'd ch a n ire d. J""iur iixtra superfine spring dull. Wheat No. 2 CHlcgo sprtog opened active and excited and cored quiet at fl 0G n i i";-i. xm aiternoon nnsettiea at Ooas-No.5 mixed oniet. closlnir at t-la. This afternoon nominal. . Oats No. 2 quiet and H' higher, Closing at 39c.- - . . .. " . Rve No. 2 dull at 69c. BABXEY No.2qutet at 7J7j. '. HiaewiNES KSia'Mc In iron. Pbovmions Qmet and steady; mess pork 18 50319 Ou for cash ; fl85i for Decem ber. Dressed Hoa 2 Steady at T-A'H, dividing on w Itw. Live Hogs Firmor at 10 1566 K). Lonlirliie Market, ' By Telegraph. Loutarti.i.E, Dec. 5. Tomcco Salts 71 hhds at H9"ifl50for common new to good old Intra; StJ 7312 Ou for low to metllur.t leaf; t-Vt for meuium bright wrappers; markot fairly active. liAiKHKG la good demand at 27o for hemp. - Cotton Steady ; middling 14. ' Flocu In hotter demand extra family fi 25. t Oraix Dull but unchanged. Hogs Range from 6i4; tbe latter for extracholce; bulk of sales at Fnovisro.vs Active but unchanged; mess pork SI9; rump IH;bnmstosi.iei7e; clear rib 10; clear sldei U. LARIH-Prlme leaf In tieroe 12-i; In lets Uf. - - WHT8KV Steady at 83o. Jtcir lorlc Cry Goods Market. By Telegraph.) New Yorbt, Dec. 2.: Dry Goods are dull and prices nominal. Gloucester Merlmao prints jobbed al lu4. This Is gold value before the war. Oray cloths V, vr,i ; Amoskeag bleached ii ; Inch 15c; .rl inoh Langdon 114:42 inch 16c; 44 Inch 17; J for S B yard wide, , . Sfemphla Market. By Telegraph. . . V MtsrpHis, Deo. X Cotton -Demand fair and market firm; sales at 14; receipts lor the day 4 ,.'.25 bales; shipments 3,139; receipts for the week 23,004; shipments 17&A); receipts for the season IK.OOj; shipments iid.OlXi; stock inport 38,0Xl; last year 10,714. Fiovb- Dull and prices nominal. - Coun Scarce and firm at 84o. ' OATS-Hoaroe and firm at 5'J atjc. HAY-Klrm at tiiVZi. -. Bban (iuiet at . : Labd -Dull and prices a fehads lower; sales atl ijljc. . Kerr Orleans Market. By Telegraph. Narw OatucAsa, Dec. 2. Cotton Dull and prloss drooping ; mid dling uplands li's. Fixira Bupernne 15 00; X IS 5035 (,'. Corn Dull but unchanged. OATS-olO. HAV-PrimeK9. Msss l'OKK-Old 122 75. i Bacon Khou ders HHC- . . HAS-lti(i21o. - Lard Tierce 13!&t4o; keg 144l 94'ic. MoiA.s-iES Frlroe 5?io7o. . : i Wbixky and coffee uucbanged. STKKUMi L'Xl'UAKCiE-llU; UK Sight drsftaon New York odisconnt.t 05L1 -11UJ4. luropeau Markets. By Telegraph. London, Dec. 2. CodsoIs WJiWlji. . liouds quiet: VJ5' Coupons 62'8 87;S; BVs'MJi ; bT's W; i0-i 7 Livxbpooi.. Dee. " Cotton dull but on- changed: middling uplands d; Organs J4c; sa'es lO.CUU bales; speculation and ex port l.o'JO hales: sales lor the wek 7J,UWJ Dales; export, u.imm Dales; sp.""'"" "r. hL. .ik -.-i ift Mini American i- 0U0 bales; receipts American 4i.XiO hales. Wheat Ca.ltornla 10s: spring PH; win. ter los 8d. Flour 21s J- OT el" Bd. Oats 2s 1(XL Provisions nraerj moa . Oats 2s 10L Provisions iirmm, iiioa rk 107s 84 ; beef new Ji's 6 J ! Cumberland Iddles Ms; short rib middles !s : lard o s. troieum crude 10Hd; refined is o4L Lla- por rulddles . nfi!j:. I'allflW 4-im J I. AjiTWltBi, ieoemiKjr -. x 8d. FLOEIDA WATER. Tii Celebrated MURRAY, The - moat lasting, agreea ble, and refreshing of all per fumes, for use on the Hand kerchief, at the Toilet, and in the Bath. For sale byall Druggists and Perfarnera. sepw-tity.eod ; - JEL aalTiaeir, Jr., Cociinlsslon Merchant, SOLE AGENT OHIO R ITE IZ - . AWI Ktnawha ; Salt '. Companies No 19 N"rn WATER STREET aroislfcrs ana Coni Sgnmf nr scilriud ,; rjv,' o f rj i fi.'i llupM t JUKa I Ijook nt. Those PRICES. Gocd Comfort Cdiieosa At O rents per YrJ. Good Wator-Procf Ciotli At T5 rents ier Yard. Very I3est CalioocN At 10 cents per Yard. Splendid Bleached Shirtings At l-Si eerAH per Yard. Grey Tsrilled Flannel At cents per Yard. Plata and Plaid PopHlna At V cents per ard. Xln.iia Iopliii At 23 rents; worth 40e. ij:,aiiv ' popr IN1- At 35 cents; wetth aac. X In in Alpaoa At 30 cents; worth tCc. ? , plain ropn At cents; worth Coc ALL OF OUR PLAIDS CHEAP. Changeable Poplins, , (Beautlfn'.), at S3 cents. BEST $5 00 BED BL4NKE1S In F.vansvill. Bast Dollar Kid Gloves . . . . . , In Evansville. -, , Crash lor Towels, (Wide), at C cents per Yard. GOOD BLACK ALPACA At 25 cents? worth Stc. ALL OTHER ALVAC.lS Cheap. A sood article )f All Wool Shildrer.'s Hoso, ' Two pair for 15 cf nts. LAD1KV MERINO HOSE, 2 pair lor 3:6. CANTON FLANNEL at I2Jic; worth 18. Kxtraordlnary .'J:iralns "in TAI1LK linens. NicatWMta Eed Spread3 a' $1 60. OOOD UNDERSHIRTS & DRAWERS . . ; , At 60 cents. GOOD BATTING FOR COMPORTS At 13 cents per pound. NICE PLAID SHAWLS. Large Blr.a, at Si 75. GENTS' HE22HED LIN2N H'DKTS At f5 cents; worth i".c. For all lbs above, and anything tine you wish, go to ; J. F. LIM)LEY & BEOa OXE PItlCE i ASH fiTOHK. KO. 79 MA1X BT11K1CT. THE AEW F00O tiOVLCZ. SEA .HILI Atit;, ' .Made from pare Irish Moks, . or Carrageen, is conceded to be the beulthiett, cheapest and moat delicious food in the world. A package, ousting a few cento, will make sixteen quarts of Blanc Mnnge, and a pro portionate quantity of Puddioua, Custards, Creams, Hauces, Gruels, Charlotte Kusse, Ice Creams, Ac, Ac. ' EA MOM lAbl.HI, Is creating a great . , solium iou in ine !)! inarEe. its dellghtfnl flavor, convenience lor desseit, Ac, Ac, la unaarpasned. SB A MM FAKINK "Ihe proof of the i ' j. pudiliog Is In bat ing it," and we feel confident that no man or woman w)jo lma Once eaten of a Blane Mange, Pnddlng, Costard, Cream, Charlotte Jliixse, or any other delicacy prepared with mis marine. Godsend, will deny Its claim to rank among the tablo luxuries of the period. C e a atos fXk iwii Is made np without trono:e, and will always bs good. Try It, and our word for It, yon will con tinne in its one. SK A M IA alae Makes an elegant Ion Cream, is Fin . perior t o Corn Starch or Arrowroot, and one hundred per een t. cheaper. BEA JIOSi FAKIMK Al least fifty differ ent dishes can be " - - - - - made lYom he a Moss Farinx, all dellcloas, healthful, and economical. It is the cheapest food .n the known world. S1 EA MOSS FAKIMK 19 rich In flesh form ing properties, ana mains auengnuui diet for ohlldreu and all others leriuirlng light and delicate food. CJEA ftitHH FA HI K kJ "la decidedly a very great tmiirove mentupoo s il sim ilar preparations, it Is toe iuot doligbt ful and delicate food we have ever tattttd." SEA nOSS rABISE i els, &c, Ac, iued from 'ka Host Farcnk. can e taken by Invalids al all times, and retained upon tbe stomach, While ail other preparations are rejected. OEA MsjlT"FAilIE Jj) One experiment will convince the most akeptitjal that Hka Moms Fabinb will produce unequaied Cus- tardsPnddinga, Creams, AoM &o. rlKl JTUMsi i'AHIMB A most dellgbifiil and healthy fixd lor cniiureu ana Invalids. : A M1IM r4KIHE a m uierlor to Corn starch, Maclena, t arm a, or any kindred prepsraiiou. . riCA WiH 'ABIE , ij , . , - Makes - a inot de licbifnl dessert , - - - . and contains 0 percent, of nutriment. ti F.AwifksAiti!i;" H In Irish Mom ru ri lled, oouceDtr.tted, and renaerea an absolnts luxury, and will hereafter be quoted as a loud staple in the markets of me woria. T4EA MAM FAR1WK tJ For 'all the uses to wnicu tue neHi Ar rowrool is applies. ble. at oue-quarlei tiirf prico. OEA MOS FABINK kJl . is superior to al otbur preparal ioue ror wek and pnuy cblidreu; noihlug cau eurpassit lor that purpo-e. SEA MOWS FARI5K Will prodnceflehh to i a aiarveious ex tent, while 11 la soothing and foollog to the blood. PK4 M4M4M t'AKINB O Xeil your FhysMan . what It Is, and onr word lor it, he will recommend It also. jrj igHpIendld for thick -' A V.HIil! euiug bances, and win rujae nuy dift'erent dishes. , s KA FAKINB . Bale by tlie RAWD i?SA M033 FAMINE CO., on a' ant nace,J. x. (effldeodwew Actlce to the Public. ; t. . rorrawriy ot tha Arm or Ui.Ilior-AA JSc 23 lukniHti, ii ..Will coRtlnuc the , , MAUIILK D tTf INKS 6 . ' ,..,,. A tu old Btand, '- '-- - - - Nc?JlfiO;i02,'ana 104 tlala Street. Wher ha wlU bs glad to see his old friends and new customers. n OVI9-1TO OEQ. ERINKMA X. Notlca cf Cissolutioal . ; DTOTirK I WIH BAT ttlVF.X. r-J tnt the partnership hitherto exlsi IhT between Hnnry 11. rjhlhorn and ieo. BrTnkroan is dissolved by mutaal consent, f i rnlnSma WbiJnrtj. J" it. jilivrn w lu ett e all tircfua uoe ru tii ifuid iiu, end - - '-'erl ii ciatu j mo.il flrui. I .-..M-.Y tU UHLIIl IS. poi-Swd . Ol-'MMiibS BHliVMAM. W &4 - . dim. X'i Jm..i ji. J.'.- I C !t YOL K Wif?, Mother, Mster, Vzvzl- . '.r ether l-craah P.ltsd cr i . tive, woald be A Cce Black Silk Drr. A haedpomo colored Fiih 1 A Moir Acti.nc h.lL Drr?. A Jaranc?e iilk Droes. A Mftecr Silk Drer. An elegant Iii,-li Pof-Iia f A Siik Corderoy Poplin Ir A French Vc our Silk & Wot A French Si k Poplin Pre?: A Silk F.panjclicc I'o; lla I A Satla Stri iDil Poplin Pre- A French ' Ierino; an 1 : Cloth; an Alprca; a Mohair i' i a Plaid Poplh; a Stripy ..olair Poplin; a Mottled' Mohair Pci'.ls; j Tocpa Poplin; a Ptliir.G or a Call 20 Dress; a nice ("loak; Silk Ve! ; : Cicak; a fine SLawi; a L.1J7 I . '. lin Jacket; a West Point A. pair of BeJ lilackets; a Ma: Qailt; Piano Cover; Table Table Clotbs 1 ni Napkin:'; . . Skirt; box of S rocking?; a Lice 1 son's Glove-fitUos Corsets: a fi ' , sett of Toilett j Mat?; a pair .s 1 Gloves; Glove and Handk'f Bjx. A Kiee Present far a Cent r 2 i kerchiefb; hall a dozen half lies-1; :i pair of Glovej; pair of Susp ..-Jev, Pattern for Coat, Pants or Vt :; a Cravat; a Gen .s' Shawl; a sett rf Un derwear; a fin) white Shirt; a he c! Collars; a Neck Tie, and mary other thing? for Ladies, OentUraci tnl Children, USJ1FUL snl CIIi'Al', &i J. F. LU4DLEY L 7J IVHtiin Otrof. Near the Court Ileus - HAit-PWAiii:. 'NOTION! CARPEJTECS. CAClfin LOOK AT 7.'flE3E P.' ! GENUIin; DIJTOI 111. HAIID SAV7C, J.. GEHUIiE SPEaa'c JACE50N 23 IIJ". V., SAWS, .... V GENUINE SPSA JACK SOU 23 III. r. PING SAWS, - ' -OliIoToalCo. 11..--SINGLE UOOTH, DOUBLE Do. DI21GLE JACS, DOUBLE .TACIT, All otli ir I lanc3 la r.rop'.rt:; Bat3her Eiv? Files, C- ;r. 3 1-2 inoii, 4 sua 4i-i 15 cents each. Bradbury'3 Spoksshva? incla 45e; 2 1-2 ii2cn " 3 inch (c. T7e cSr nil car ULLDTitLZ At Extraor I!:;ary Lu'.v r'.i Mre have now In stocs the Vh .1 1 OF BOLID CiST STSr Jt UIISK1.N and ACril.H ina , n United Btates. Call and get bar; - FKED. P. 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