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WILD CHEKRY AND TAR!
A TAr.TJABL,E HKMKDY
FOK . -
CONSUMPTION, COUGHS,
Colds, Asthma,
'BRONCHITIS, WHOOFIXU COUGH,"
And all other Diseases of trie Luns,
Bronanial Tuba3 and V.' ind tip,
And for Pains ta tne Breast and Side.
Wears now receiving almost daily tes
timonials from persous of lue blgtiest re
spectabUity, wlio nave been speedily re
stored by tue nseol tbta Invaluable pre
parauonwnen other remedies bad full' d
tisora in tbelr near of allliction.
We claim lor inu prparatloa no meriW
eyonl tiiose we are foly entitletl to, oy
eertlfleates talrly and nouoraOly obiaiufi
from ui e siiuctej iiieiii-wivts; ana vmwe i
wnoaseltwiU liad liiat it- healing aud t
soothing properties are truly wouilsnol- !
that It i, beyoud tbe noeiuon o(iljlil,
one of tue uioet effectual remedies for fal
mnoary .Diseases now before the public.
The luzred teats of which Ilia tialsam Is
composed are ine heat that. 1 known to
medical science tar the diKea.4?H tor wtticn
they are recommended, &.1 ot which are
pharmaceutloaily coiuhlneil in their pro- ;
portlOBS by a practiCHl Pormoetitlst of i
many yeirs' esperlene?. Ihe erilic!d
may therelore dene rid on batvina; in tnU
iiiiHain of Wild Cherry aud i'r prepai a
Ooa of rare medical virtu-. '
We ask you to try it. We append but a i
few of tne many i
Testimonials: !
VlKCBITBES, Oct. 15. IS. 9.
Pb. JtKOiis II. Jabii.IjA Dear Sir: I
lisve been trottoled, more or less, for many
winter wltb a severe coogh, and never
nave been aole to tin J any lellef until I
tried yoar Balsm of Wild Cherbt abo
Tab. Since that lltne I bave been entirely
free from any dise-we of the inrjgi. I have
only bad ooc-aj.on to use two bottles of
your valuable remedy; therefore, since
ajlvins it a teat, I can reoouimend it as be
Un the beet pfepuratloa in tus world for
diseases of tne lungs.
I remaiD, yours, re?pectfai;y,
H.J. JORDAN.
VtscBsSES, March , letitf.
MB. J. B. Jak jtu.A sir: For a long
time I was afflicted with a saoit, backing
eoogb, wltb ptlos la my side and under
my shoulder made. At times I was una
ble to attend to my business iu snort, my
symptoms resembled those ot consump
tion' I tried iiit everything that was
recommended by mends, bat iound no re
lief. Having beard of the speedy relief
utbers similarly aSected obtained by tbe
ose ot'yoor Balsax op Wild chkrbv anl
Tab, I concluded to try It.. To my aston
ishment it acted more lis a charm than
a medicine; so quick did It relieve me:
and now, after uavinx taken tha second
bottle, 1 find myself restored to sound
health, and able to do a full day's woik
without any return 01 my old complaint.
In bones that tbls may induce others
alike arillcted to take your valuable Com
rou or Wili Chbkbv ano Xak, 1 band
yoa tbls, that you may make such use or
It aa y on may see fit.
. your friend, WM. GARNKTT.
CAVJDkK, MTOM., NOW. 14, 181,.
DR. jAKBEltJl Dearnir: 1 wasauaektd
wltb a disease of the Uin-s, whica I fared
wonld tenutnate in consura'pttn. All the
different remedies that 1 used failed to
clve me relief, till at isst f called on you
and procured your valuable preparation
of Wilh CBKaay AN'O Ta:, two lKtties of
wbi t effectnaily restored me to sound
healt l. X do take pleasure !a saying that
I can cheerfully recomaaend it to others,
and believe it to be tbe best pulmonaiy
inedleine now in use. f
l.m.yoara,resPecUnlly.(jB8KLiJ
VnrckS!.ss, Sept. IS, IsTu
I tlieve JardellVs Baiia of wh.o
Cbirrt akoTab to be au excellent nieoi
elne tor cold and coughs, for which 1 have
tried it. . BOWKJW.
raimr oi i. r.. ,imri:ii.
rg( i: OilK IIULiiAK P;k Hurrtc
JARDKLL W-4
jr- ii g iller!
A valuable Remedy for Fever a-ad Ajtte.
Tbls la a enre, aie. and speedy veiii
bl remedy for Fever and Ague, or in
termittent and Remittent Fevers lu any
of lta forms, and all other d ea,e ve
recarrins periodically.
Price one Dollar Per Cottle !
sir Prepared only by JKRiihi; a.
u'..a i.. nnru.tlva and jLisrnHtox
f barmacaottst. V IsoasMS, i od. For sale
U, Kvansvllie by H. J. Scnlaepfer. Main
ind Second; T. C. Bridweli A Co., Third
and Main; John Laval, ti Mata HtreW,
and other lru?fUts. twSTM.m
MONET CANNOT BUT IT!
For Sight Is Priceless! I
THE DIAMOND GLASSES
HASIIJFACTURE BT I, E. SPESf
CEK A CO., New York, which are
. . . l. .... 1 1 m ava iin.nnil Tl t I
now onereu to iu .., j.-"""-----bv
all the celebrated Opticians of the
World to be tbe MOST PKRFEtT, Natu
ral, Artificial help to the human eye ever
"Tbey "are ground under their own snper
vlaion.from minute Crystal Pebbles, rult
d together, and derive their name, "Dla
aiond.',oaaeJOantof their tiardnesw and
rt, til H.-lMimiio Principle oa
which tbey are constructed brings the
core or c&nWe of tbe lens directly in front
of thi eve. producing a clear and distinct
vtoif n. as i in tbe natural, healthy sight,
and preventtr-g all unpleasant sensations,
such asgllmmerinstand wverinc of sight,
rtl.itlne-'. c. peculiar u I othets in nse.
Sra MOUNTED IN THE FINEST
MANNER, In frames tha tuaiityf
of all materials used fur that purpose.
THME ti)f" AJSI itA8IL.
ITW cannot be surp-l.
CAUTION. None genuine nuless bear
tng their trade mark HtampeOl on
" 1uB ITTRO L V y Jeweler and Optician,
ia tbe Sole Agent for Evansviile, Indiana,
, r.-ir ea.ii be obtained. These
goods are uot suppUed to Peddlers, at any
faff WW.
FRAMING NOTICE.
THF. l'RDEKfaiEn IIA.VIXO re
tarnet to Evnvii e, it now prepared
c take eootr-ew tor
llulldlaK IJrfdjfesi,
Or any klndof beaT or Intricate PRAM
Nt (niMm I ho. 4KANT.
. P. CAKSrtN. J.T. 'AR)!t, P. . BAKER.
Of Wondtmry. Ky. .
CAUS0.V, KAKK& A CO.,
C o m m i s s I o n Merchants
AST DEALIKS IX
FLOUR, EAT, BRAN, t
Atd PRODUCE GENERALLY, !
No. 3 NORT I W'AtKH ST RRB.T,
EransTlUe, Ind.
The usual
msJe on con-uoy.!-3iii
ignments.
WA. G. BSOWS & CO.,
Forwarding aad Ccmnissiap
IVleirctiants,
WHARFBOAT PROPRISTORS,
Railroad ind fut frelgbt Ua-
ETASMTILI.K. IX .
Jaaadlr
FOSTER & 6W1N,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 OABOXDEIGT STREET,
ItSW ORLMAXB.
SPECIAL ATTNTI03 CIVXJI TO
Western Prixluea.
Consignment of Flour, Cora, Pork
and all kind of Wee tern frod tu;e eoliolted
Liberal oa&a advances wade oa all snip
meuta, ettner for sale la New Orleans o
cntpmest to New York.
FOSTER, GWYS efe CO.,
CottkiiilHtjlon Merchan t m
41 WATER RTRKET,
DOTl-dSmr NEW YORX
HI. BLOW J. fHrLPw, of New Orleans,
, i. ii. MoCuli-ooh. of LooiaTLJe, sty
it Not, of New Orleans.
Phelps, KleCulIoeii & Co-
PRODUCE, PROVISION.
Afro SsufMUX .
Commission SIerclintB,
113 fi&lTIXS STKXIT,
BOVMdtf SKW OKLKiM!
a. h. ritaoacLD.
JOHW W. BIASHAM
limiilfitMlou 91vr!i
NSW OKf.SANS. LA.
Parsonal attention, and prompt returns
guaranteed. nov8dlm
IMCriL H. IKIBIDT. jrLItTU VAIBIM
fACI. K. M JBT1XIH. , .
8. 11. KENNEDY & CO.,
Commission 3Xerch's
j roi rat ULi or
Floor, Provisions, " Cora, Whisi y
And Western Produce generally,
6 B7 PTBS'S'fRElT,
NKW ORLEANS, LA.
Consignments solicited, and liberal cash
aJvauca made on shipments to the above
boose, ry W. M . AKx
WSil dOlU KVA9SVIl,t.B. IB
T. H. WATTS & CO.,
(sucvksisoBfi to Watts, Lta Co.
Off II O ttX 1 "
COM JlSilOA MSBCiLLm
Ho. 3 Pioiiieaada Street,
Btiloll Block, third door above Levre and
W hartb:al,
Hnnptiln i'eun.
(tn lnnii)tK solic-ited. Jy2w-' in
THOS. C. SMITH & CO,
rHubi'fr, M
tvenierx in Kiour, Hy, Outs, ttriw
ned, -id i'rMluue geueratly,
u. oatn Wi-r Street,
KVAM4VIiiLE.
iImh proiu ptiy in.tuded to. (Jlalfldly
A. a. il llitJ8ST,
, .-;. A X .. f. A I
j ,-vi -: 4itt;i.vf,:
ti. fr.j, . .....joli4 r
.V4:&r iu Mum, iMuii, ly .oaia, u,. -.uji'juu
ij rnlai.
r. St. BVWPHKKT.
eso. j. i.
(tUUPlIKKY LEWIS
" MERCHANTS,
Pritprleliirs mf Vf wisrl h
Llr n vlll, I.tl.
k. m. BAiaj.... e. a. n)
B A I II I) a STAB?,
j-jSKEHAL AUESTS, FOU
Vjf Forwarding and CoDimiioa M..
euants, Kvansviile, Indiana, tie far Ha
ti. Wheeler, Proe'L First National iJ
and Bam'i Orr, V Ice President Kvamivi ,
National Bans. ,
Agents for Maaou City Salt Co. iuiU-1
rTK KOIILD IEMISD Oil
V friends and rormer patrons tbat wt
ifiks'r HFRS.IS.T. one door betoa
Vine, next to L. Pierson's Tin Bhop, stib
In tbe trade of lUQUOJta. ir JUUUJt, uvb
MI&HIOM3. o.. and should be cleaned tc
mh them. H. D.ALUddtt'O
H. 1. ALLM tt HO.'
FORWARDING AND COMMISSI
MKKC HANTS, :
KKCTiFlKKS, and Wholesale txjlr
L1QC0SS, FLOUR, &&,
r I R S 2 S T R E E 1
One dour below Vine, next to L. Person
Tin Bbop,
F.VAjrVIl.l.B. IB-
lanidir
CLOUD'S COIIDZX.
THE GREAT AGENTS
IN
CI
la JJ I
. sua
COHBIAL.
IROX
For tne Blood;
IIIOSIIIORITS
" s (Combined)
for the Nerves
Hrll.fi CHERRY
Ft r tne Stomach and Lnajs
BLOODROOT
For the Liver:
MANDRAKE
For the Bowels;
WILD POTATO
For the Kidnejs and Bladder ;
COI'1EIV-SEAIa
For the M aeons Surfaces ; 5
A COMBINATION
UnequAled In the World
For the diseases t
I so common to thla ohanze
jn.tln cHrost. 1vi3
able and debtlitat I
PLOBAL OEM
is the sixl or ah :
Ebtiblishmfnt for Iks S.ile cf
FLOWERS, PLANTS,
SEED.I AND
; FLOWER BULBS.
HO-RTtCULTURAt. GOOD. A AQUA
I'.lllJl. 8Ull lor t.MlOiUtt
J. a rAMNr4OT.
u.i ;l K.u Hit 41 LoeuHt Ht , k yaiisvlila
FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE.
LOnlLLA
f i
IIIICS COHPAHY
152 Broadway, New York.
Cash Ae. - Sl.TOO.QQP
This sr:n-isi xcw vork
JOUlpn ,' witU Its MIULION Ul LLAIW
CHpital, and nearly a Mn iros snrplas,
kuowa in
EVANSV ILLE
FOR 118 EQUITABLK RATEf. FAUX
- DKAiaSU ASD PROMPT PAY
MENT OIT ALL L03SE3,
Offis to insure 1! clses ofVlli akint
FIRE,
At rates as
of lta class.
LOW as any other Company
IPoi-lc PaokovH
Are Invited to call and see onr low and
revised Tariff for 1870.
C. IC. DREW, Agt
NO. 3 MAIN BTREKT,
novl5-tf EVAMST11.I.K,
Life Association
OF
jtwHl A.lsJs J mJt aiW
ALLEN C. H ALLOCS, l iatrict A't.
PARENT OFFICE, St. loaii. Mo.
EVANSVILLE DISTRICT.
OFFICE No. 4 North First St.
officers:
J. 8. JAQUES9, President,
W. K. FRF.NCH, Viet PrrrtJmt.
ALLKN C. HALLOCK. Secretary.
CHAS. DENBV, AlUrnry
G. B. WALKER. M. D., Medical Kmminer.
BXfCOTIVB CaMMITTM:
C, f.'lement, James Steele,
U. ft. Walker, M. D , H. O Kabcock,
W. K. French, P. fcemonln.
J. Q,. Miller,
F-ach of tbe following named gentlemen,
Trustee! of the Indiana Department, bolds
a policy in the Asaot-iATtox for tbe sum of
IIO.OUI.
KVANSV1LLS.
U.B. Walker, M. D., Allen C. Hallock,
H.O. Babcook,
Charles Denby,
M. A. Bhepard,
C. Clement,
Hiram K. Head,
J. y. Miller,
Wm. W. Morgan.
Jno. J, Sln.ich,
J.S. Jaquess,
N. B. Hay ward,
K. H. Baboock,
Jsmes Steele,
Francis J. Keltz,
w. i-;. i-reaon,
U H.bchtnltH,
P. Bemonln,
John H. Morgan,
Ueo. L. Dixon,
i.ims Topr,
1, Haas,
K. V. Machen,
cnas. Long,
Joseph Turnock.
It ia a purely mutual Association, In
which all the profits are divided equitably
among tbe members, and ne part of thetn
absorbed by Biockboldeis. For this reason
It can iosnreat lower rates, and psy larger
dividends, than any Western or Southern
COMPANY.
ALLKN C. HALLOCK. Agent,
No. 4 North First Street.
PatroJiiZi Western Institutions!
Evansville JE$ 10. noli.
American " Central
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Authored Cipital, - - $10,000,000.
CENTRAL OFFICE.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
if. J, BRA T, J'rettiftnt.
ITAI.I.OCK, Manager.
A LI. EX C
LOCAL
DIRECTORS.
M. J. Bray,
It II. Li.NHItEAK,
Fkeo. W.Cook,
A.I.T1ION v litis,
A W. Carpbntbb,
Wm. F.Bubst.
H. O. BABOCK,
jouia lorr. .
D. C. KkXLF.R,
Wm. M. AKts.
Geo. XoBsrAur,
U. C l.EM HIT.
James K. Misob
v.. a. Van Kipbb,
Obo. H. BraCKWEtUUISAX tL. WILia,
bI.ES C. il ALLOC K, J NO. J . BINZICII,
R. H. TEXSEV, H. M. SWkkTSER,
W. FGlLRKST, JA8. L.OBB,
C. 11. M VKKH'JFF, VAILIJI rilBTOS,
L-Bo'FHf:n. lr..
T. J. JiOI.I.tS3aWOBTB. -'
OTHER STOCKHOLDERS.
A. W. Hidaboltom, Cbas. Babcock, Sam'l
L, Curnick, Frank D. Alien, Peter Frlck,
Herman Kugle, Daniel Morsau, Francis
Mnhr. N. F. Carr i Co.. B. J. Day. Peter
Gttcerer. Hiram E. Head, Topt, Long & C.,
t;. T. Jenkinc, J. B. Mesker, C. H. Kellogg,
Jacob Binzlcb, R. M. Maa'-n, John Bliaus-
lin. Jobn Heaiy. l-J. o. urugst, ueousri a..
Scbmlts. Frank D. CaM well, 8. 0. Evans,
Richard Raielsb, R. K. Kellogg, Ueorga M.
Gardner. W. K. Holllngswtrtb, Osborn
rtelily, isaac neeo, reter maier, w m. vr .
Mo-gai,I. G. Berrldae, J. Adam Miller,
VaientAne Dietrich, Oeo. A. Blttroiff, i:d.
Bcetticiier, John J. Roach.
BRANCH OFFICE,
No. 4 Jxorth first Street,
EVANSVILLE. IND.,
A LI.F.N C. BALLOCH, Aareut.
E. A. COOKE
& CO. .
We hate jrsr opened a
and complete una of
lull
WHITE
Wtmcy Goods !
FL A.IST ISTKLS !
Hliinket,
Towels,
.TwupkliiMjcSte.
We Invite the attention of Li
chasing
idles pnr-
Embroideries
--AND-"
LACES,
To oar NEW & BEAUHFOL ST03S
Whiob, as to
AND
MODEKAlIliN IN TMlES,
Cannot be aurpaed west of New York
At No. 10 First St., above Miin.
novl-2m - '
LAW CARDS.
J. G. 1I0LLIN03W0UTII,
Attorney at ; Liaw,
luVAXSVII.L,K, IX I.
Will practice In al the Courts In the city
and adjacent counties; also in tbe U. S.
Courts. Office on Third Street, near the
Couit House. novas am
WM. r. PABSETT, ll'It WOOD.
PABBKTT A WOOD,
Attorneys at Law,
Ci riCE Corner Third and Locust Sts.,
EVANSVILLE. IND.
Will practice in ail tbe Federal and Slate
Courts. Panic alar attention given to col
lections. novt-am
W. P. HARBilAVS.
A rrOBNKY at L,V W.
Office on Third Street, in Washington
Bouse Block. j
Will nraotloe1 ' various Courts
the Circuit. Prompt atteuti,n given to
buslna. t .
u mrril I . C . f W. FakD, SMITH.
EvausTlilr. , - X Formerly of Mlsa
RUCKEE & BI1ITH,
Attorneys- at X-aw
North side Third St., bet. Main A Locust,
tsvansvilie. inuiaoa.
mm .it bninem promptly attended to.
Will have legal eonoeol.lons for Collet-lions
luMiiHi.. Ky.. iann,,i'iu.,ii.,ai. otu .un
i
APili r O a K U t VK.HT F. E' K K
J A DRAYTON, Baiclay 8tre!. New
or. Commteloa Mercliants lor tua sala
of Poultry, Uame, Baiter, I'heese, Kgg.
ndllklnaof Conniry Produoe. W eekly
prlca correut and marking plates free to ;
shippers. fr'irit-ola reterencea fqrnUhed. ;
The Hest Jfaper,
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iugsaiesmen. Address ( with stamp) R. H.
WALKEK, 31 Park Row, N. Y.
$240
Pt.g JlttSTH to Agents
1 enlltely new articles, eta-
pie as 11 ur. aamnies ire. j, ij i - iu
TON, 8S S. Halatead st. Chicago.
PSYiHiiosiASCT. Any lady or gen
tleman can make Si.OjJ a month, se
cure their own bappine.'W and independ
ence, by obtaining K8VCHOMANOV,
FASCINATION, or SOUL CHARM! NO.
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this power over men or animals at will,
bow to Mesmerize, become Trance - or
Writing Mediums, Divination. Spiritual
ism, Alchemy, Philosophy of Omens and
Dreams, Brigbam Young's Harem, Gaide
to Marriage, Ac., all contained in tbls
book; luO.uUO sold: price by mall, in clolb
II , paper covers f L Notice. Any per
tou wiliiug to c as aKeot will receive a
se inple copy of the work free. As no capi
tal is requited, alt desirous of genteel em
ployment should seud lor tbe book, en
closing 10 ota. (or postage, to T. W. EVANS
& CO., 41 South 8th St.. Philadelphia.
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XL Mint;
Married Li
utes' i'rlvate conversation with
Ladies, by one of their number.
Sent free for two stamps. Address Mrs. H.
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- a card; ' : i
A Clergyman, while residing la Soata
America as a missionary, discovered a
safe and simple remedy lor tbe Cure of
Nervous Weakness, Early Decay. Diseases
of tbe Urinary aad Se&iinal Organs, and
tbe whole train of disorders brought on
by baneful and vicious habits. Great
numbers bave been eared by this noble
remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit
the arillcted and unfortunate. I will send
tbe recipe for pteparlng and using tbls
medlclue, In a sealed envelope, to any one
who needs it. kbee or charge. Address
JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D. Bible
House, New York City.
APPLES! APPLES! 60) Barrels, best
keeping varieties, of Eastern and
Northern Apple", for sale, wnolesale and
retail, by vioitrirti tsrtoa..
novil i vt 40 jaain street.
TTKW HEHRIK6, BUCKWHEAT
t a Floor, and Cranberries, in store and
lor sale by VICKERY BROA,
novll 73 A t Main StieeU
rtCR HBAl'T A BID CABBAOE
i 12 Barrels and half Barrels Soar Eiaut.
bij Heads Fine Large Cabbage, JuH re-
ceived and for sale b;
y
VICKERY BROS., 1
73 A 70 Main Street.
novll
tnOTATOES! BE4T QUALITIES OF
JT Irish and Bweet fotatoes, at one uoi-
If B lltBIACO. SW VUU Ml
VICKERY BROS..
lar per bushel, at
novn
73 A 76 Main Street.
nORGBCH HOIAS&S, AT SOTO
" (so cents per gallon, at
" VICKI1RY BROS.,
novll 73 A 7t Main Street.
q-ARUeM ADD DOMESTIC FRUITS.
JS Dried Peaches, Apples, Cherries, Black.
new and nice. Also, Canned Fruits of ail I
kinds, for sale cuean. at
' VICKERY A BROS.,
novll 73 A 76 Main Street.
3TATIOHEirS'.
f ISA 4 BAETIB,
Wholaaali Booksellers Station en.
SCHOOL BOOKS.
BLANK BOc KS.
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
fAPER EN VELOPtS
Af
General . fitaUoxiery,
No. 14 Stlcttn Mtrnet,
gr&nsvllie,
lodlann.
uiyvty
SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY.
ja T HVBtt.AEPFES PRESCKIP-
XTION BrOKii. ean be fouud, besides
the largest auu una assortea stoca 01
Drars. Patent Medicines, and Medicinal
W ines in tne tt otd, .uo ,uuvwm list or
SPECIALTIES:
(ponges and Chamois Skins,
joaiades and Toilet Powders.
Extracts, Colojaes, and Toilet Waters.
f,oudray'a Saohet Powders,
jrndla Rubber Syringes and Breast Pump
st 11 kinds of Combs and Hair Brushes.
1 adies' and Geullamen's Pooket Book.
rriooln, Nail, and Flesh Brashes
Tnk Stands and Match Safes for tbe
JL pocket.
-r-nellsh, French, and American ollel
X Soaps.
f boulder Braces, Trusses, and ru
aJ era, i
Ail of the above articles will sold at
very low price.
ARHRHBtR THE PLACE,
roHMKH afAi.v AV sEfi.,a nfm.
13 Urn
WILLIAM if t:iLlA2Hf,
fnirisM!! lo KlkU , fle'lman )
11IT1 .FOUKUKY.
nlnni itH ami, kniLuiit
HfHTiuLlt ISti sfiTlUUKi
gleam Engines and Rollers,
SAW
AND tiRlST
SA0HINSKY
MILL
fist-ctsstttu MHi'ltiiUiM,
C3ltili ttist 1 4--ei Proust-,
LIROtLAKViA MILLS.
AC.,
KV1SSVIIIK, IKIII1,
SHEET IRON AND COfFK 4'oKK
mad U order sii abort uutlce.
IKON AND HR AS
CASTlNus or every
description.
Dealers in STEAM GAUGES. GUM
BELTING, FIRE BRICKS, WROUGHT
IRON PIPES, BOLTING CIAiYHS, Ae.,
maa a factor en,' price".
RKPA1RINU done at short notice.
i
H A N E Y ,
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-KVAN8VILLK.', INDIANA.
; s-
M.ualaclariir of
8TSAM BN8INE3, STEAM BOILERS
Portable Circular Saw Mills,
AKD
KscBiaerj r evor; Ueitrlptloa
DKAbBBd in
BEL TINTS, '
- FIRE BRICK,
WROUUU T IRON PIPE, &c. Sc.
Repairing done at Short Notice.
- Also agents for
StlllwelTs Patent Heater and Lime I
Catcher.
nov7
DEIITISTiJ.
DH. "'i. HAAr
Over First National Sauk,
Comer Main aid rlrt streets
Kvansviile, lna
-iwAkrvAirriilEB of winsi
SJU ous mm r oi, r"""!, ' , , ,
, , . ... i j . . l .1 auu, w r .
caaite, uoraiue, ana aui' ".
wore, AruimiK' r-. .
nrsrrrtTRATOR of Nilrous Oxiit.
(an excellent and safe anawthetio), Cbu
reform, Fiber, and also several to! par
tyaera.
NEURALGIC Affections treated.
uv v abilities are as good end n.
stablishinent as lame (consisting of rivi
rooms) aa any r j uiww
I RETURN MY THANKS for tbe el
tensive patronage uur.ua r
uiiM'r , rr. ........
j-.VI,.tfM8
BSDIALi
nKcKPCiAl
m AN.
hi lives
Ihe
Iagrcdient3 x Composition
Pnblished with
EVERY ISOTTJLiE.
- - j . : -4
Recommended by many of the bst
Physicians In the Land.
Dr. Jobn M ageniss, formerly of tbe Royal
i College of Surgeons, and Surgeon in tbe
United Stales Army, during tbe recent
war, says: - ,
i EVANSVILLE, INDIANA,
I take pleasure In recommending Dr.
H. W. Cloada INVIGOE.ATINO COS
DIAL aa a remedy of so perior txoellenoe.
In debilitated conditions of tbe system. It
has proved, In my bands tbe test combi
nation of Toalcs and SUutnlanU that 1
am aware of. .1
Jyl ' JOHN MAQENISS. M. D.
Johnson's Real Estate aad Patent
Agency.
TO F"EfM end DWELLING .?OOSES
:A Baiidlng Lot and arms, sal timber.
i lands, cheap, and on easy terns
pat-
urta.t all Kludi nrocured
. AljVAil JlUNSUNi
Real Estate and Patent Aaeut Omoe on
Third Streak Kvansviile, ind. laui. if
A
rA0IH!EV
if: y
C. KRA T2,
i O f tTA i i I
H' V 12 AM liNGIN 10
AMD
I Circttlar Saw Mill Works.
Comer First and Pin a and Second aad
I Elm Streets, ....
j E1A5SVILLE, ISDJAJit.
PorUihle Engine (taw mill the.), and
l ortaoie Circular Saw Mills.
luiportaut Notice.
Tbe usual amount of steam used to do
sawing with by tue Portible Circular Saw
Mill is from 125 to 150 pounds pressure per
square inch, i bave reduced this amount
and require ouly Irom 60 to St) pounds per
square Inch, at which Bteam Is not con
sidered Hi the least dangerons, and Is, at
i tne same uuia, uioro economical iu tne
! saying of fuel, Ac. We append tbe follow
j ing certificate of the first of my new slyle
Portable Mills, for tbe noting and oareiuJ
' perusal ot sawyers and all those desiring
i to purchase, and solicit a cull and careful
extunlAation, tbey now bein ready on
band and making, mounted on four strong
wooden wheels, with wide tires and heavy
iron axles, easily drawn from a place, aad
always ready for operation in a few boon.
Mb. Kbate: Tbe Portable Engine yon
famished me, I consider as satisfactory and
perfect in every respect aa any machine I
ver saw, rasa tight, uses eo poinds of
steam for running a donol HI and m lnub
eiroular saw mm for a common day's busi
ness. Aa average day 'a rk, ,utX to
10,000 feet of lumber, easy, wltb 7i potuads
of steam. A J. CAi.onux.
Lynnvliie Ind.
MARION, KY., September &, 1870.
Mr. C. Xratz, EvansvUe, Ind. :
sib We take great pleasure In giving
our testimony to the excellence of your
Portable .
Steam Circular JJiw MllL
The one we purchased of you on the 22i
A ngust last has given entire satisfaction.
We are satisfied that with proper hands It
will saw fifteen hundred feet of poplar per
boar. Oa tne whole, we think voa have
great reason to congratulate yourself upoo
having constructed a most excellent Mill,
wblch wilt doubtless supercede those, con
structed anon other price! pies. TbeSwlss
gentleman, Mr. Jobn Walt, whom yoa
sent to pat tbe mill ap and start It for us,
seems to be an excellent machinist. Our
friends who witnessed him workLag, say
be Is the beat sawyer that -tiey have eer
even. Yoa could not have aant a better
machinist and sawyer, or on that w ould
bave given more satisfaction. We started
to itw with 40 lbs. of steam to saw our first
loi . Yoar Mill ia Just what yoa recom
mend it to be.
Yours, truly,
sep9-8m ELDER BROS. I
for toIle 8team
X2iigriiie. j
GRAND VIEW, IND., Ocr. 8, 1170.
Mr. C. Kratz, Kvansvllie, Ind. : . ; i
Sra Enclose! pleana find (400, tbe bal
ance, due on the Portable Steam Circular
Saw Mill. This mill was purchased from ,
yon two months since, and as 1 have now i
thoroughly tested It, 1 (to meet my agree
ment with you to speak my mind iu re
gard to the same) have to say th it I now
can safely recommend it to all desiring
perfect satisfaction in a Saw Mill, and to
procure what you said a complete Mill
and Engine.
I have run Steam Engines for the last
twenty years, and have never handled a
Boiler and Engine that has so easily kept
steam with tbe only fuel I use (green slabs
taken from the log direct).
We consider the Mill and its capacity to
be all tbatoan be desired ot a Saw Mill In
every respect. Any person wishing to
know if tnese are all positive facts and
true assertions, can find ample demon
stration of it by calling on as at the mill.
xours, very truly.
OCU WM. CAD1CK A DAWSON.
Other alsea for farm and plantation naa
and ail other requirements.
nov io-om u. aaaiTb -
SCIIlJITZEe
TIIirjUAlY
& CO.
I1 i o 1 1 mi 1 o t
F 0 TJ N D B Y,
" UamitM larart anil Bo, Icier, nt
T ?. A M ENGINES,
CIEOULAS SAW-MILLS,
OriU and Sugar MLV; ,
Tobacco Screw Gumming Machine,
DutiUery and Mining Machinery,
Malt Mill, Com Shtlleri,
1ouie Front. Cellar Grate.
IRON & BRASS CASTINGS
or bvskY baK-'BiPTiLN.
KlLKtSKEI Or ALL MXm
HID
AMU KkfAlKKi).
UEALBBei IK
BELTINO, FIRE BRICKS, STEA3
GAUGES, AND WROUGHT
IRON PLFES.
arOLIi MATElllAIJil BOUGHT.
We have the facility of the beet
chinery and workmen, and will -ilve all
work entrusted to us our individual atten
tion; 1111 orders promptly; wartit our
work; and ouarge reasonuuie piw-es.
ori-iCK and roti.MDay ;
oORNEE FIRST & LEET STK.EiT3,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
N.B. Workmen sent to all parts to fit np
work and do repairing.
fei SCHULT2E.TUUMAM A CO. -
P LANIIIO MII.I.S.
OHM 8. M'OOBXLk. JOHN F. TWkBO.
ufoCOESLE 4 TWEED,
Ooutractor and Ilalldera,
And Manufacturers of
Sath, Door. Blind, Frame, Bracket
Stair-Kavlt, dec.
We keen constantly on hand a larse
stock of Vellow and White Pine and Pop
lar Flooring, Foplar an t Flue juumner,
, ,V.u Uhln.rlu An U.Lh Prlm.l rt il
Glase4 oa hand' and lo order. Send tor
Frice Ldst.
FAUTUUX,
Cor. WALNUT A Eld II Til STREETS.
EVAH8VI1XX, iKD.
All orders promptly attented to. fe23
JACOB MEYERS & BBO.,
Contractors and Builders,
And Manufacturers of :
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, &e.
ALSO DXALKS8 IS '
LUMBER, LATH & SHLNQLE3.
9- Estimates made on Buldlngs for fur.
wishing all Mill work and Lumber at tbe
LOWEST PRICES and of the BEST MA
TERIAL.
Sontlierii Flailing Mill,
Corner Water and Good tell Street,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
tr lOO.OOO POPLAR AND CYPRESS
SHINGLES for sale cheap. aprl-om
JE WE LRY.
TUE HANDSOMB DISPLAY OF
Silver v are
At the Jewelry Store of
OUST. H., J A GEM AN
Are only samples of tbe extensive stock
be keeps, wtuiv u.vu. u. uw uu
fash onauie
JlilW ELRY
Is something more than is usually found,
Tbe new anu mucu suugut mr
i Oper Chains
Are kept in large quantities, and wltb
Gold and Silver Watches,
Both American and Imported, be can suit
the most fastidious taste. H Is stock ot Oen
tlamen's PINS, Genii' A Ltdlev CHAINS
and Children's Ai( RINGS is unusually
i,ra. anu nis
IMS . WHOLE STOCK
n.i.. .r,rnrv .elected, atfords the pur
chaser an excellent assortment Irom which
tokeieci. uiiji
kTA2ElS!0.
A new supply of Fina
.HTJSA1050AT-- '
Has j net been received at Jontnal Offiee.
JACOB BntZTCH. JOBS J. StBSHOH
J. SINZICH & SON,
liip Olafxnclleria
AND OeALEKt im
BOAT STORES.
I
r A full s ock of CORDAGE. OAKUM,
BLOCKS, LARD OIL. KOSIN, PITCH,
AC, always ou hand at the lowest prices, i
Front St. bat Sycjmore aad Viae.
Agents for ROGER V BOILER SCALE
PREVENTIVE. sep22-dly
BOAT STORES.
WM. G. BROWS. ' X. SCHOESLAUB.
JA3. k. RASKIX. . '. r , ; 7.
; Wm. 6. Browtr& Co.,
Dealers i a Select; Boatstores
-s AN'D .
-JS3h.ip Olifxticiiory,
Corskr Sycamore and Water Srs.
EYAXSVILXE, IN It.
A fall supnly of FRK3H A WD CARE
FULLY SELECTED BOATSTORE8 and
SHIP FINDINGS always en band, and
prompt attention given to supplying boat
at all hours, day or night, on the Motif
LIBE8AL TKRM. sepS-3m
Eeanilar Evinsvilla and Tennessee
Elver Packet
FOR PADUCAH, JOUNWSVILLK AND
HiAHl'rVKT.
The elegant passenger steamer , .
wL iHM hi iM ii iflili'il
5 A OREL,
Allen Duncan, Master:
Guv Vlnvard. Clerk.
Will leave Kvansvllie for the auove and,
uu mterutijutiiiu pciria
EVERY SATURDAY, at 4 o'clock
For freight or passage apply on board.
Or to JAMES A. OAKLEY,
O012-tf Agent,
Regular firaiis villa, r'adncah and
Uairo semi-vveejciy mail
Line Packet
The new, Ceet and unriva'led side-wheel
steamer
- ijh -
idlbwild;
Gas. Fowler, Master;
Will. P. Fowler, T.. -Ed.
Thomas, 'Clerks.
Leaves Evonsvitle every WEDNESDAY
and SATURDAY at 4 p.r.
Leaves Cairo every THURSDAY A SUN
DAY, at 6 p.m., making close connection
at Cairo with first-class steamers for St.
lAala, Memphis, and I ew Orleans, and at
Evans vine with tbe K.. A C. R. H. for all
points North and East, aDd with the
Morning Star tor all points on tbe Upper
Ohio,
For freight or passage apply on board.
or to
num. rticiiRijivji.il,
nov9-tf
Agent,
Regular Evans villa and Tennessee
Elver Packet
FOR PADUOAH, JOHNSON VI LLE. A.Nb
KA8TPORT.
The aew and elegant passenger steamer
PIaO RE N Cjfi 7 IaEE.
Lee flowed , Master:
Robert C. MoMeoban. Cleric,
Having been built expressly for the trade,
with special retereace to comfort, speed
and saiety, will leave Evanivllle for the
above and all intermediate ports
EVERY TUESDAY, at 4 o'clock P.M.
For freight or passage apply on board,
or to W. G. BROWN A CO.,
HUMPHREY A LEWIS,
B0V9-tf Agents.
Rejjrular Evans villa and fowling
Green U. S. Mail Packet
Tbe new and elegant steamer '
EVANSVIL.L,E,
Samuel W. Combs, Master;
Wm. Noland, Clerk,
Leaves Evansvllle forBowllms Green with
tbe U. 8. Malt every MONDAY A THURS
DAY, at 4 o'clock P.M.
For freight or passage, apply on boaid.
JyjM-tf ;
GROCERIES.
NKW
IT'n.Tniil Grocery.
J O II -V I. KILL,
bEALEU IN
Groceries Produce, &c., &ni
Third SU, bet. Divlsiou A Car euter,
Evansvllle, Iadiana.
I II AVE Jl'ST PDBOUAiEU AM
entire new stock, and bave no old
goods on band. My prices will compare
lavorably with any store on Main tilreet,
and all ray goods are ol the bent quality ,
I respecllully Invito tbe custom ol the
citizens of that vicinity.
- Highest price paid lor COUNTRY
PRODUCE.
octai-3m JOIIS V. OKI I.E.. .
Old Stand and Mew Firm.
START, GOLDSMITH &. CO.,
(Successors to T. 8. Dodd), ' i . i
SEALERS IS '
GROCERIES
AND MANUFACTURERS OK -
CXOAItS,
No. 152 Main Street.
We Invito all the old patrons of this
tore to call again. All are invited to call
and examine our goods. We are not afraid
to compare prices, uooos aenverea tree
of charge, uov'J-ddtwlm
CHARLES V1ELE A CO.
ci fit o 10 s
souliiHrr.sT 'wxwF.n
First and S)tfemore BtrPt'ts
EVANSVILLE, IND.
ausdtf
MATTHEW OALZELL,
. v.ii' wholesale Dealer in
Groceries, Nails, Whita Lead, Linae,
.-.-.(..' Cement, &on -Ho.
18 Water Street, ,
deciOdly EVAKHiriLLa. 1Kb.
EVANSVILLE 6R0GERY,
IV o. ISO Main Street,
Has on band, and is constantly reset vine
a lull stock of staple and fancy Urooerles,
Lamps, Butter, Egt?s, eta., &o. Lime, Ce
ment, riaster, rau, sc., aa., tor saie mw
To Contractors and Boildera.
First Qaalitv IlnflilinR Naust
at rcasoaable rates;
Good Seasoned Wood
Constantly on Hand
Tan wnn.t nnttAi-s and Charcoal Burners
wanted. The timber within one mile. or
the city
ma
Cm
JAS. CROFTS.
IA4S IIIkAira. - DAVlBHIIStS,
I. fc 1. HEIIKASW,
Wnolesbie Dealers in
GR 'OO K R J Ej h
Foreign and DotiietCic Liutrt,
NAILS, OOl'l'ON YARNS, GLASS W A HA
Ac. AC.
') 4:4 tSs 4: 6
FIRST STREET,
' " (NATIONAL BLOCKJ
, . E VAsavaii, li.
- 1 FISH DEPOT. h,
org fit ;
ASIIOY'S SALOON
AND
Xiestiiaira-nt. ,
GAPT. AS U BT MAS FITTED
up the spaclou building ou Locust
St.. between Water A First, as a first. ciass
SALOON AND RESTAURANT.
The Bar will always be supplied with (be
BasT BBAHD9 or LIQC0BH. and the Res
taurant will be lurmxued with the ,.
, Cholcc-at Brands of Oysters,
All kinds of Gamb in season, and what
ever the mott fastidious appetite may de
t. All served wtthrae artistic sktli.
esrulf ne ft "sal. iwitu-tt
A Vit ,
, for Other River Item, Be fbitrlh Pag.
A heavy frost oa Saturday morning
whitened the roofs and lingered in
the shade till after ten o'clock. It
kas a "real frosly morDiog." After
theenn had traveled half his pathway
to the zenith, his genii! influences
began to tell, and the temperatoro
grew pleasant, and the mercury rose
to 50. Clouds gathered at noon arid
the air grew chilly. We may expect
a change of weather now. The river,
during the twenty-four hours ending
at 3 r m. Saturday, had tiaeD three
inches. ,
Arrivals and I-prlttr-.
The arrivals and departures ou Sat j
urdsy inalude the Fayette, Ilehdersoa
and return: Lsonidas. Louisville lo
New Orleans; Tyrone, Cairo to re
turn; Sam. Parker and barges, to
New Orleans.
Boats Hue Mere.
Among the first boats due here are
the Mallie Ron and Idlewild,
from Cairo; Rose Kite, from
Louisville ; Mary . -' Houston,' Kate
Kinney, and Indiana, for New Or
leans; Milbrey, from Memphis; Vir
ginia, and Tom Rsese aud barges,
from New Orleans; Sam. J. Hale, for
Memphis; Kate Ilobiosoo, for Sr.
Louis; Floreooe Lee, from Eistport.
Boats Leaving- To-day.
For Cairo. The splendid low
pressure steamer Qaictstep, haviDg
the most elegant passenger cocom
modations, good carrying capacity
and superior speed, will be the regu
lar packet for Cairo, at 4 P.M. to-day.
and will be found as pleasant a boat
as runs. Her officers are among tbe
most experienced and popular in com.
mission. Capt. II. T. Dexter, ccm-
mands, aad Walter 15. Pennicgtoo,
EugeueJRudd and Sid. Humphrey are
her courteous oleiks. Tbeo. Iluna is
her chief commissary.
Foa Louisville The peerless
and popular Tarasoon, tbe very syn
onym of beauty grace and elegance, ia
the regular mail line packet for Louis
ville at 9 P. M. to-day, upon the airi-
val of the mail train, and is really un
rivalled ia speed and iu splendid and
luxurious appointments. Captain
James Mather, a skillful and compe
tent gentleman, command, and
Frank O. Smith and J. L. MoMeans
do the honors ff the office.
For Bowling. 0 keen. The new
and excellent steamer Evansviile will
return to Bowling Greco at 4 P.M. to
day, and has choice cabin and state
room accommodations. . Captain a.
W. Coombs, aa accomplished gentle
man, is ia charge, and Wm. Noland
and Leopold Kabnare Ler clerks, and
passengers and shippers will receive
every proper attention.
Foa Henderson. The fleet and
splendid steamer Fayette is the regu
lar packet for Henderson and all way
ports, at 3 P.m. to-day, and bas de
lightful accommodations for passen
gers. wapt.A,u. lurJaua lsnerporu
hr commander, and Jas. II. Letcher
and Jerry Boyle are her courteous
and obliging clerks.
flf lseellanr one.
Business was fairly active oa tbe
levee Saturday, and freights were
abundant, notwithstanding the Pr-
ktr and barges had bean flfianiog it
out for tweuty-four hours.... .....Tbe
Leonida. with two barg?!-, aimed at
10: 30 A M , ii i about a!i she could
oar-y on the water. As the river is
rifcing feUadi y, ho wevt r, she ac'ded
rgrly icre. She wan ewarmicg with
people. The Parker took a .small
lot of the Eoiui4 Floyd's luroiture,
aod left at 11 o'clock with a sphncil
trip ail sle could get ou', with..
The Emma Floyd was taken into the
dry dock, Saturday morning, and wi'l
be pat into complete repair by Capt.
E J. Murray and bis skillful artisan?...
The Fayette had an excellent trip
from Henderson on Saturday morn
ing, and was receiving largely for Ler
return trip -The Tyrone arrived
at noon, full of freight and people.
.........The weather grew quite cool
after soon, Saturday, with a light tot
keen south-west wind The
drowned cement from the Emma
Floyd waj sold on the levee yester
day morniog for two cents per barrel.
Wc fear the Pyrotechoioal
Association, organized on Friday, is
' gone up." Contrary to all calcula
tions and the best authorities on
"general average," nearly all the
shoot ng crackers "went off" darit?
the n:ght, and their fragments are
strewn along the streets. Traces of
t'icni may be found as far cut
Main Street as Stringtottn. This
great loss may be attributed ia
part to a little indiscretion on
the part of the manager, who
went out to the Eckert on Friday
night, to interview Capt. Reese Du
pan, and found the contraot so exten
sive, that he did not get back till
morning. During the night a raid
was made upon the pile by Yousg
America. The manager, Capt. J. W.
Bttchelor, will be tried by court mar
tial for neglect of duty, as soon as
Commodore Jim. Wise arrives.... .....
Admiral John James will start
the Bermuda, to-day, iu the Can-
nelton and Evansviile trade, to make
daily tries till the falls are
navigable or the canal opens
Captain John Farrar, formerly com
mander of the Tacony, bas been in
this city for a few days with Mr. J. P.
Winchester, also of Paducab, pros
pecting Dr. A. S. Pearse, a time
honored mariner, and a distinguished
prescription;, holds forth on the
John Klgour.. The Eckert, hav
ing attached two heavy barges to the
hull ot the City of Evansviile, with
which it is expected to float her off
when the river rises, dropped down
Friday evening aud commenced opera
tions on the other wrecks Com
modore Jim Wise will be here again
this morning... The Milbrey left
Memphis Friday night for this port,
and will be here to-day.
UleantnKS Iron, onr ExebBo;e,
Cincinnati. The CofftmerciW of
Friday says:
The coining i i-e from PitUburg,
aud out of the Kamwha, Big Sandy,
and other tributaries, will probably
make lour feet over the Fal's.
Shortly after 3 p.m. yesterday. Cap
tain O. P. Shinkle'a aew and splendid
New Orleans packet, Charles Bod
mann. with fully three hundred per
sons, including a number of steam
boat officers, on board, left tha foot
ef Broadway, on a short trial trip, to
test her machinery, which is entirely
new, steam having been generated in
her boilers and worked through her
cylinders for the first time. She
made steam freely and with eas. run
ning ap speedily from loO to
150 pounds. Her machinery be
ing new. Chief Eogipeer Mcbarland
did not deem it prudent tolet her out.
With her wbes making fourten
revolutions p" tnioute, she made the
run from tbe foot ot Broadway to a
point oo mile above Maek's yard, six
iuilcw, t n thirty eight minutes. 'lota
Or'rc Ma-srioy ail T7h-?;-r C.i -licr,
who were a; the helm, say pha
steers easy, while she rounded, too, in
almost her own 1 ngth, and after de
scending the river to the foot of Fifth
Street, returned o the foot of Main,
at 3 p.m., where she will comf-iote
her cargo for New Orleans. It is tha
univerai remark of all judges of first
class steamboats, that the Clifles
Bodaaann is the test adapted, as well
aa the most completely
splendidly furnished, passenger stfiara
er ever constiuoted lor the Cincinnati
and New Orleans trade.-
The Bodmaan cost over ?'l !),( -K
and is the individual enterprise ol
Captain O. P. Shiakle.
Csptaia George Neeld, agent for
the Pittsburg ut derwrittr, pa?sod
through the city yesterday, on his way
from the burned wrecks at KvaD&vilie
to Pittsburg.
Ciptain ll. U. Hart's new stera
wheeler Miriam, with her cabin ou
board, only draws cloven inches water.
She will drop down opposite J a
moot's foundry to-day to receive her
machinery.
Capt. Dellavcn is in the city.
The Commercial's Pittsburg '"spec
ial" of Thursday evening says:
The towboat YrTild Cat struck
rock near the mouth of Ca.-tiers
Creek, early this noroicg, scd sunk.
The water is up ov r tier lowe? guards,
but she lies in an easy position, and
it is thought can te raised without
much trouble. She belocgs to Gil
more & Co., and is not insured. Cap
tain George Gregg, an old steamboat
man, died at BroT'nevil.'e yesterday.
Katie, second daughter of Captain
Jesse Dean, died at the residence of
her father, in liocl. ester, to-day. It
ia reported this eve ling that the Glasa
House is pretty we 1 cleared of tha
barges that were ag oond at that pkee.
The Times of Friday evening
says:
The swell in the Allegheny River
appears to have run out, making but 7
feet2inches at Pnuburg; the Ohio,
however, below I ittsburg, is rising
out t Cairo, while more water i. yet
to come from the Kanawha and Ken
tucky Kivers, which, ia addition to
the 30 inches of v ater on tha fails,
will probably make 5 feet down tha
i chute early next week, and allow onr
light-draught boats to go below witii
barges.
The rise has, by letting out a run
of coal from Pittsburg, resulted at
least so much toward relieving a ne
cessity pressing on river rnon. Tha
black diamonds below are becoming
costive. Thirteen days more and thn
canal will be opened, if the weather
does not change and stop the work.
This is the extended time, though it
is generally believed it would take till
the 25th to open tha new locks to G4
by 300 feet boats.
LOUISVILLE Tt e Courier-Journal
says:
The Belle Lee carried into New
Orleans Wednesday 6,019 bales of
cotton, it being the largest number of
bales brought to that port by any
one steamer sinoe the war.
St. Louia. The "Democrat of
Friday says:
Weather plcnanf, with a tendency
to be wintry. Busi icss continues fair
to the lower Mississ ippi and tributa
ries, and gradually nearina; its clone iu
the upper rivers. Jtiver here falling
slowly, with pix feet to Cairo and five
feet scant to Keokuk. Falling rapidly,
but mild at St. Paul, and a good day
yesterday for the at nual bo excur
sion. The river below Cairo ia repre
sented in a bad coidition, and boats
ia great trouble; thitis, those loaded
to over 7J feet. The slight rise at
Cairo will do little or no good. Only
7i feet reported on Bulletin Bar, and
8 feet oa the bar at St. Francis.
A.
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"V-
Corner of Fourth, and Locust Sta ,
EVANSVILLE,
Is prepared to Gum, Straiabtn, Refootii
and perforin Kepairs on hM of every
description. All n-pi.lr warranted to l.o
well done. In conuoct.iori with thin, 1
will receive orders or Larte or Barsail
CIRCULARS, of the best fcnglisb Ciftl
Steel, t the lowwt m irket prices.
All Haws sold by t le warranted. Haws
riled and set. i'rtif o lr atteni ion paid to
gmnrnlKK and straiten uinii: large lrcu'ar
Saws. Orders Irom i. distance promptly
attended lo. Address P. O. Box 2A, Ev-iis-
Vlilo. Ind. novio rm
AN WE IKTElb BEHOVIM1 front
the city, we offer our
HZ ji 1 1 1" c Stock
,: of
FANCY GOODS,
:iO( Corbet,
COO Hoop SLtirtfii
AT
NEW YORK PlilCES!
The goods roust lib sold by Jan. l'.th.
Without Hegard to Price,
ft 1.1 CX Oc soiiwaktz,
C)lA DLKK S BLOCK,
dec2-lm First Stei et, Evansvllle, Ind.
"aZaEX. h. rosTEii, -
PORK PAC
; Curer of '.Caolca .u.
uaf sSfe:
llaiaa
BREAKFAST BACON.
WATER AND LEET STREET.
Eiansville. IirJ.
nov22-tf
BLEHKEK, TILLMAN & CO.,
Excelsior S 1 o t c WcrKs.
wuoLkSAi-k HANrricii'itBi or
Stoves Otxstinjxse
Hollow-Ware, Tin
And Dt alers iu
Tlimerf' fvtocli.
Sample Eoom No. 14 Second Etrcat,
Kiannfi-Ie, Ind.
OLD K. HEATH'S many y--VT
perlence In curlt tue iini.li...-i l X
did dlcloxt)d tl e startling !.-t Itihl
llnree-fonrtQS of ttiow , (n Murium w i i -$tepHa,
Jrrvuu Detoili y, Jit-hau 'U i1 - j,
Ctnuumnfion, CUacert u AJf i i
(if tK Liver, Bt'il-epn, JParal 'iv, and i .
ease of the h .il '.,.-. 4,,1 i.i-iler re
caused by and ooun,' oniy .i-u a -i
earing tliem, of Httt,iiuU h -.'. . t
immense practice ba made fcis imliv,
aa near perfection f s pcjwi- - : 'i v
bis patients bad paid from l-n to ttv t t
medicine and truBlOfni buluw
biin. Mo better i-ro- f t.,t i .. .win t' n.
Uot be oured wlluoi t a staicniinj emu
lualion of all sviui' oins a.-id v.. . .
lions, and siouie I -tnieuv by t - -
rlenced pbysloian. fliiwe ut a i.
can ie cured at tne r botnei v it . . i. i
lniervlew. Advltio tee st Ml I
Now York. There an so many iu . -Ail
pbyclan. Dr. liitAtM w..l 1
say he ts the anther of two el&ori
works on ftiedlclne unit nursery ai t
nn t uemloals. If

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