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t 1 J I t i i A i r rr.-nw. In this eoinron.of thre t, . rm a snwrtlon, Utility Cents. roii saic. '-(H sr. A n LOT Containing three :s kitchen, porch ana peiu.r; ven QUrr oi conn Mouse. Ui -- liars a-ldress "U m S." care JcirusuCice. tl tTANSr.RBlUGII fOl'STT nine per cent. Bonds, i ii.-.. mal Bwiufe. Evansville. at the ocl-ll CM O J IXVAS.SEBS FOilTilE FLORENCE Mm'QIna-oi:a lor tnis cny. mriivr. and one lor Warrick ti run wasions. Annly In per- l.ire Wli.k II. liL'iiO, No. 11 . onil e-trreu deci-tf t; -t rie who can do the work for a l family ca obtain a situation a :-. by Immediate application WA'Jt, earner. Cuurcu anil doco-tf I ( A RO X 7.1 TO ! Lldlei I UtiiUnueo, to whom 1 will give i n la Vocalisation and readina a suht, at tl moderate rates of S3 i; f.rovidel Ibey will aJl at any alion, scouiu tbey be required. a wiil t Riven as aooa as iMoriptlona are received. Books Mcs:a. Warren fc Conyogton'a ire, or call nt the undersigned, iXU Mreet, between Vine and .., J. R. HL'KuWIlZ. dee5.it i r t r:i i-Olt ILE2IT. r i flftSISIIET ROOM. Apply rs. H AiltMCH r. earner Fourtn EiL-eel. tleea-U 7'. LLAHD BULBS. Hi c ASM)HTMEX r direct from Land 1 Just lecaived, and are aold ,-w Dricea. Also on band, a lot of . au -table lor ChilHtma TM. examine the stock. JOHN NEJ liuoiv a old aiaud. decfe-M ci Tims Table, SoTcmber SI. .llle Crrfrtavllle R. R. UKlatlon . 4 :J a.M. 6 rjt y. ii . . . , , - &Oj rjt. ii Ilonte Iadlaaacalll K. B. . 1 :'-5 A.M. 501 - 6:15 a.m. a:i r.M j.t e.tc . 1U:Up jlo A ElulMlppl E. E. v,,a Yeeime. Going KatL Uing West. M 1 . ... 1 :43 r.M. 4 F.M ill L,r.a IU a J-.M. U aO P Ji TUSiSlT, DECEMBER 6, ISIP. C I T V N 11 WS . 1 icre. Oar readers must not forget the lecture this evening, at Ilarlctt'a Hall. Jlr. Inm!i U very L pokea of in the rarious cities he his visite J as a lecturer, and we Lite no doubt will hif fc'y entertain all ? iEa? favor hi.Ti with their j r.e2C3 this evening. . FiaE At half past 2 o'clock thia ; a re-vfas discovered by Of5 cor Ul ette ia the oSce of Swanson i Sia'j lumber yard, corner of Good sell aal First Streets, which, by the prompt arrival of the firemen, was ex-tias-i-ihod before the flames broke ' - t the housa. The damage coald not bo ascertained at that early Lour ; probably not large. TriMiT 21. E. Cqchch Sociable. We ccierstand that the ladies of thia Cli jrcl will hava Borne new and in :: " g features at their Scciabls on TV:-- lay evening. They will have r. ; : zceueat music, prepared by the .2 . . . ,:a e the choir, and they also a:.t;-:; xtc entertaining their visitors , ; : vcral Talleaux Tivxnt, illas--.tii'vj of Bible scenes and characters, A: ;. hcrths Social will, without . t be one of t'ae most interesting . :r I. .11 iathe Church. ;r. Holy Innocent Mite This cr'.ng is s:t for to-night. Let all L-nds of this congregation go. b ' ' er3 not whether they be ae , ci with the members. Come --Hit acquainted. The meeting is very purpose. These sociables it. always very sociable. In the lan- i it a sacred bard, 1 . i . e been there, and (.till would jo; i , i . fee a Utile heaven below. T' sociable i3 held at the Rectory, 7v- ' j the church, from 7 to 10 ,;3SAL. Captain James C. ' -: Owensboro, was in the city .:r3y to inspect our Post Office. 1j 'he owner of the buiidiDg3 in the po3toSice of that city is J, snd designs refarnishing it :-)A stjle after the model of the . a this city. rs. F. J. Keitz and II. Stokes lt, left for Chicago last night to '.I a meeting of the Stockholders -j 3'ate Insurance Company, and it the Kvansville stockhold- ntt CojrMissiosERS. The :' County Commbsioners met .17 for the regular December Mr. Caiker heinsr still ab- Fair presided. Tho busi . confined principally to the . ;e of bills- During the after lie Commissioners visited lill to view the situation and the proposition to grade the g road through that eleva :aring the session Mr. C. II. ... jpeared before the Board and " 3r a hearing of the contested i ease of Patrick liurxe vs. Decker. After some discus matter was finally brought ; eforo the Board, who set the . jr a special hearing for Wed- ?ae.x EB3. There is scarcely age tj report in the prico cf since Ust Tuesday, when fere quotod. Butter is be plentier, and good butter learer to being attainable by ily'poor people, by a slight n on New York dairy butter. not more plentiful, except which . now brings ten cents cazcasau. Cabbages are be ht up by those who wish to :raut, and they bring from light dollars per hundred. se exceptions, there is no orthy of note. A full re- rcdut . VcC" r . ing tv. lit V." eh-3-'-' i: ths r; le markets will ba found in ;r market reports, this issue. I ...eket Gasdesehs. By re i.rori03 ' - tho Council proceedings on : - , farmers and others who L ve c m . - deluded into tho belief that a profept brought before the Evans--'. t:it Council wou!d relieve them . r - ' a ceseity of paying the spe cial tix erled by tho Internal Rcve nuo I 'ill bt undeceived. The unty election is over, tho rrarkut gxderera can not ba induced - vol: vAast the party io power by '"s'-.f aay impressions against ti- . .?v-iu3 oSsersin the city. Mr. Asi r Eborwioc'a notification, or tho s:r . ioe cf summons by Deputy (- ..' am. Day, can furnish the J t ; . no mere inflammatory edito rial. -t : athetic speeches, in which the r.. . a-Jegialative guardian of tho Ti.i V .rd, can curl hi3 lip in vrith erinA -Tn, and melt ia lachrymose : ' : 4U iH the toiler of th ?, ., . . ii:l'.y, and without a .ur T; r , ii. its tint General Vcitohre-e-.-' s ' he can not relieve the pco- : j.i. t ae payment of the tax, uai ves in msttjr. 1 1, torrt V. Tin' corrci:. P it o c r. s".r i g s . Oci villi liailroad. Mnhlliausen cm Marlceta. Tun Hiper on ConKIeis. Dcuglity on Kertb. Policeman Jaclscn on Eanimers. Immigration Invited. Council Chamber, Kvaksvh.i.e, Monday, Dec. 5, ItSTu. J The Council met in regular session. present Messrs. l-.lles, V an l.iper, Muhlhausen. llichardt. Carpenter, Schaum, Kerth, Ileilman and Donghty. The minutes ct tne meetings oi Nov. 14:h, 17tb, 21st, 23-h and 29:h, were read and approved. The resolution authorizing tne in crease of the stock of the E., C. & P. it. 11. Company, laid over at the last meeting, was taken up and discussed bv Messrs. Carpenter. JUunlnauscn and Van Riper, and the resolution was adopted, luessrs. inuhlhauFen. iticti ardt and Carpenter voting "no." Messrs. Joseph J. Reitz and Fred Lunkenheimer were! appointed ap praisers for the opening of an alley. By permission Jadga Asi Iglehart appeared before the Council, and in behalf of the E.,C. & P. Railroad, asked the passage of an order author izing the construction of a road and granting them the right of way upon Third, Honest John and Ann Streets, to effect connections witn botn tne J... & C, and tbe Straight Line Rail roads. The Judge submitted a draft of an order which ho read. Mr.Muhlhausen vehemently opposed the adoption of the ordinance, as hasty, and stigmatized it as a Bide show. He moved to lay it over for one week. Mr. Van Riper explained the ne cessity of the proposed connection, and the awkwardness of operating the railroad without. Mr. Carpenter supported Mr. Mahl bausen's motioa; he didn't like to see matters of so great importance "rushed through." Mr. Ileilman said when men did business and saw a plain proposition, it was not necessary to take a week to consider it. He knew as little of the matter four hours ago as any one in the Council, but was prepared to act now. Mr. Muhlhausen said it seamed curious that Mr. Heilman knew noth ing of the matter up to so late an hour : he knew it "a'ready" two or three dava aeo. CoL Denby.City Attorney, who was j sent lor to give his opinion upon the right of the city to grant the right of way asked for, read from the City Charter and decisions of the Supreme Court, upon the powers therein granted, all of which went to show that the city had the right to grant the use of the street for a railroad. The question of damage to property along the line of any street where a railroad track was laid was a different question, upon which ho expressed tbe opinion that the railroad company would be responsible for any damage done. This being tho point upon which Mr. Mnhlhausen opposed the propo sition, Mr. V an Riper moved to amend the ordinanoe to make tbe company exprt ssly liable, a motion which Col. Den by said was superfluous under the decisions. Mr. Muhlhausen's motion was then put and lost, the ordinance put upon its second reading and passed; Messrs. Muhlhausen and Richardt voting no, and Mr. Kerth, not being excused, as desired, voting no, also. Jndge Iglehart filed an acceptance on behalf of the E., C. & P. Railroad Company, and the contractors, of the order passed. The following bills were allowed: Steamer Eckert 12,400 0) Btreet labor. 418 00 2 60 6 J 00 S25 (X) 50 00 77 50 1 70 303 75 35 00 i) 00 4 2a 1 25 32 91 a 15 11 60 185 0 1 00 3 00 2 25 120 00 68 00 J. C. OveraU John Math, hauling EnrgottA Krebba.eDgrarlng bonds James Croft, sand and cenxun Jackson Engine Com pany. John Urlea, em ith-work-... Police pay-roll. . George Bingham.. . F. t-ellz, Eampilsjbter...........-.. R. Fisher, gas fitting... ... Glbbe k Wells, clay pipe Keller A Wnite, oils, 4c . Bleraker, Tllman t Jo... Pader & Bro., stoves, fec . Robert Kklnner . .... . 'ex.en & Tlieatou.......... W. Carpenter, keg oi - spikes rougbt George Elcbtenberger...... James D. Saunders, surveying Election Board expenses. Oa the passage of the bill of Jas. Crofts, Mr. Carpenter called for George Bingham, and demanded to know how it came that be bought ce ment at $2 75. while he bought it at Zj,' and sand at proportionate prices. On the passage of Robert Skinner's bill, Mr. Carpenter also objected, for the same reason. It was urged that Mr. Skinner worked tor Tl per ca7, while George Bingham had f5. This, Mr. Carpenter said, was against Mr, Bingham, but not in favor of Mr. Skinner. The resignation of John Clark as a member of the police force was ao cented. Mr. an Riper nominated Paul Strasser to fill the vacancy, and H. U. Edwards was nominated by pe tition. Mr. Eiles nominated Alfred Hitch, and Mr. Richardt nominated Henrv. Benken. Henry Benken re ceiving five votes on the second bal lot, was appointed to nil the vacancy, A petition from property owners, for the rescision of the order for a brick sidewalk on the south side of Center Street, between Cherry and Oak Streets, was read, and. on motion of Mr. Muhlhaoeen, the prayer of the petition was granted. Dr. Ralston called attention to the condition of the block next north of that mentioned in the petition, where a brick sidewalk had been ordered, effectually shutting out the property owners from the full use of the rear of tbtif iremisea without incurring the penalty attached to driving upon sidewalks. On motion of Mr. Carpenter, the matter was referred to the Comraut'e) on Sidewalks. The remonstrance of G. Bippus, against the opening of an alley in Block 82, Lamasco, was read. Mr. B. claims $1,000 damages. The remonstrance of Jacob Schweitzer, claiming $50 damages for the same work, was read and both papers were ordered on file. An order for a sidewalk, of class No. i. on tho south side of Eleventh Street, from Harriet to Washington, was passed. Orders were also passed for the re pair of certain sidewalks. The license of Charles Exe.was transferred to Winchester & Co. Mr. Van Riper submitted a resolu tion for the measuring of lots through out the city, and assigning a number to each twenty foot of fpsce, so as to regulate the numbering of houses. Mr. C rpenter submitted a resolu tion, accepting the invitation of cer tain promiuet citizens of Henderson, to tho Council and citizens of this city, to visit that city on Tuesday the 13th inst., to consult concerning meas ures to r taken to seenre tne location of tbe E.,11. & N. R.R. shops it tbat cit.7- ... ... The resolutions were aaoptej. The following reports of collections were approved: jaaraeimaaier uan,.w.MMM.M..i i i Fenerbaca-. 5 45 Wharfmaster 0'Meara.. u f 60 - Knulaud ........ ZSt 75 City Collector . .. 7o8 31 City Recorder submitted his rer ort, amount of fines paid, replevied and worked out. hand iu cai.i sad Cit .' '.sr.w--- of :,- m no. The Committee ; cince! o'.-y orders reported the cur cel'ation aiid mutilation of ti,'li Tho same Committor; o lcrorteu having cancelled 7,55 00 in bonds an.t ominnnq. tor DOtn 01 waicii Bums thuT ronnrt the Treasurer io ie en-. -- ---- ,, . titled to credit, au oi wuicn re ports were approved. A memorial irom omret oai.-a.soo, of tho police forco, asking for tho passage of an ordinance autnorizing the police to disperse crowds of "bummers" that accumulate upon street corners was read. The memo rial was referred to the Mayor, to re port an ordinance to carry out the spirit of the memorial. Tbe Mayor reported having extend ed the acceptance of the city in tho First National Bank, as ordered. The Mayor also reported the re demption by the Treasurer of certain bonds fallen due. The Mavor also reported the re ceipt of Messrs. Orr, Viele and Denby. for the bonds of the E., C. & P. R. R. Co. Tho Mayor submitted the following report: To the Common Council of the City cf Ev aiuviUt: The undersigned respeotfully re ports that he has an offer for three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500) of ten-year ten per cent, bonds, of the city. The offer is ninety-five (95) cents, and accrued interest. There fore, ten year ten per cent, coupon bonds of the city have been prepared, and will be delivered to the purchaser if the Council so direct, on the pay ment into the City Treasury of the proceeds, viz.: NO . DATED SEPTEMBER 1, ISTd. 7 bonds at t iJO.. n.5M 03 I.9 " percent., teaaolne tne same to tj.... .., - 175 CO 13,325 On . VI ss Interest fiom Sept. 1 to Dec. 1, 1ST0. Proceeds . K.410 38 Bat one offer has been made for nine (9) per cent, bonds, and that for only one thousand dollars, and at a price so low as'to be deemed by the undersigned as inadequate. W. Bakee, Mayor. Mayor's Office, Evansville, Imd., December 5, 11470. Mr. Carpenter from the delegation to the Immigrant Convention, at In dianapolis, submitted the report of the delegation. Mr. Carpenter made a verbal report in addition to that written, in which he expressed the opinion that the res olution of the convention urging up on tbe government the establishment of a Bureau of Emigration was but a scheme to settle up the land granted to the Pacific Railroad, by inducing the general government to afford emi grants free transportation to the fron tier States along the line of tho road, thus diverting the tide thereof from 1 more easterly States, Indiana among the number. He reviewed at considerable length the progress of immigration from an early day, and expressed the opinion that Indiana should move in the mat ter of attracting immigration within tbe limits of the State. Mr. Van Riper moved the accept ance of the report, and that a com mittee of two be appointed to get np a pamphlet, setting forth the advan tages to immigrants of locating in the vicinity of thia city. The motion was adopted, and Messrs. Carpenter and an Riper were appointed as such committee. Mr. Carpenter's amendment that our Representative in the Legislature be instructed to prepare a bill for the Legislature that shall carry out the same idea, being also carried. The report of the City Surveyor, on the survey of the ground for the improvement of Main Street, was read and accepted. Mr. Van Riper moved tbat no further work be done on Third, Hon est John, or Ann Street. Tbe motion prevailed. Mr. Heilman moved to defer any further work on the improvement of Main Street until Spring. On motion, the Mayor was author ized to accept the bids, and, with the Finance Committee, was authorized to borrow tho amount necessary to make up the 14,000 in cash, and tender the same to J. J. Chandler, in payment cf his damage for the opening of Fourth Street. Mr. Van Riper opposed the motion, which Mr. Heilman finally with drew, when, after a great deal of dis cussion, Mr. Carpenter moved to de fer the improvements until March, and Dir. ivertn seconded tne motion Mr. Doughty reminded Mr. Kerth that he had promised to agree to the improvements asked for when the proposition was first made. Mr. Kerth emphatically deniod the assertion. The motion being put, Messrs. Elles, Carpenter, Kerth and Heilman voted aye; .Messrs. Van Riper, Rich ardt, Schaum and Doughty, " no.' Mr. Muhlhausen, after a long consid eration. the Council refusing to ex excuse him, voted "aye;" and the motion being carried, Mr. Doughty, by coisent, changed his vote to "aye." The Mayor reported several places at which street crossings were re quired. 1 he Mayor also called attention to the crowds that collected about the mounte-banks who cry "shoo-fly" candy and other humbugs at street corners, and recommended a stringent ordinance imposing a high license on them. Referred to the Mayor. The Mayor reported having pre pared tho bonds ordered to be ex changed with Mrs. Hioks. Mr. V an Riper moved that the Mayor ba instructed to prepare bonds anu ouy oraers to pay tne awards to certain persons tor the extensioi of Aaams Avenue. Uarried. iur. iienman Here asked leave to change his vote on the Main Street improvement to " no," and Mr. uougbty asxed leave to cnange back Jjeave being granted, tne motion to defer was lest. The Mayor read a large number of sidewalk bills, all ot which were or dered to be charged up against the property namea. The bills for sidewalks on Powell Street, between Third and Sixth, were referred to the Committee on Side walks. Mr. Van Riper asserting that he had been informed that they had not been lata in compliance with the law. The Mayor asked for information as to how he should pay the bill of the steamer Jickert, and Mr. Van Riper said a probable payment into the City Treasury wonld provide lor the matter shortly. The Mayor was authorized to fit up , T - ni3 omce in a proper manner. Mr. Muhlhausen, from the Com mittee on Markets, submitted the re port of Gen. Veatch. Collector of In ternal Revenue, that farmers visiting our markets, nave, witn iew excep tions, refused to pay the licenses as sessed against them, basing their re fusal on the implied promise of tho Council to protect them in so doing, and that as required by law, he should be compelled to proceed against them if the tax was not paid. Mr. Muhl hausen thought the farmers should be notified of the state of affairs so that they might save C03t. Messrs. Alien and Shea were al lowed tho balanoo of $2,D00, due them for the completion of the Ann Street sewer extension. By agreement Messrs. Allen and Shea wore allowed f 1,000 in bonds ad the balance in oily orders, 5 per cent., discount being made on the amount paid in city orders. Mr. an Riper called attention to what he termed au attack of the .JoTjttXAL upon tho Water Works Committee for tho removal of the bowlders of the streets, and asked that tbe gentlemen connected with that paper suggest a better plan for the repair of the streets. He noticed those streets particular ly, and he knew the attack was made for political capital. He made these remarks to relieve the public mind only. He had an eye on the public good in removing the bowlders. Mr. V an Riper said he understood the Lamasco tax duplicate vaulin;-.ed and desired that i: should be adver tised as ready, so that tha Collector be authorized to receive taxes. Mr. Carpenter proposed that five per cut. ba allowed for prompt pay. ir.ent of tnrc? for those who pay their j. taxes within ten days, and the propo sition was consented to. The Mayor said, in regard to the tax duplicates that the only thing that could now be done was to let the City Collector take taxes as fast as they were offered, but that tho dupli cate must first be submitted to the City Attorney. After several other unimportant motions, the Council adjourned at 11:15. The Conns. Criminal Court Hon. Chas. U. Buttcrfidd, presiding. The Grand Jury were called and sworn, Mr. Nicholas Burkhardt being substituted for Peter Frick, Alexander Maddux for Louis Kamp. and Wm. Hunnell instead of Ira A. Fairchild. John Ruchenberger was put on trial for assault with intent to kill Anton Helman. Several witnesses were examined, from whose testimony it was plainly apparent that Buchen berger had been outrageously assault ed before he retnrned a blow, and that when he did resent the assault he lost all control of hirmelf. Hel man, the man who was so fearfully hurt, made it convenient to get out of the way as soon as he recovered from his broken skull. From tho examm ation made by Dr. Mageniss, while llelrtan was in the County Hospital it was apparent that this was not the first injury of the kind he had re ceived, ma bead, being well cor duroyed. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty, after a very short ab sence. The case from beginning to end is but another proof of tho wis dom of the proverb, " Beware the fury of a patient man." Recorder's Court AT. Willard Etq., presiding. Eleven oases against ten defendants were tried and but f 6 25 in cash realized, til 15 were re plevied, and two miserables, husband and wife, went to jail for want of 114 50 with which to pay for a family drunk. The delinquent list reveals bmitb, a Miller, a Rrand, and one whoso name would indicate great muscular strength. Oae who bears the classic name of Nineveh, gave the alias of George Francis Train, while the real of the herd of offenders might as well be indicated as No. 1, 2, 3, to., for all their names would re veal to the public of the identity of the bleary eyed, matty haired, dirty and degraded crew. One of the prison ers was visited and cared for by his rather good looking wife. Another was less fortunate in having his wife and child come with vengeance in their eyes to testify fgainst him, a kind intent which he frustrated by pleading guily, thus saving himself a heavier penalty in accumulated costs. Before Justice McTernan. Perry Ryan, Frank M. Kennison and Jacob T. Sipes appeared before the Court, and each subscribed and swore to a pledge to abstain from the use of spirituous or intoxicating liquors, the first for the space of one year, and the other two until the 28th of March. Perry Ryan ia the parson known by the various names of Gassy Jack Jim Ryan and Jack Ryan. Kennison is best known by the soubriquet of ' Red," and Sipea ia a fellow-river-man. Ryan affixed his mark to his pledge, Kennison attaobed his signa ture with.a Spenccrian flourish that would do credit to a professor of ornamental penmanship, and Sipes made a sober, business like signature. Ryan, who has been regarded as the hardest "bat" in town, declares his intention to be a " good boy," go home to hia parents in Pennsylvania, and become a useful man. PICOLILI. Motto for the City Council "We won't go home until morning." The thermometer range for yester day, was: 7 a.m. 54; noon 58; C p.m 52. The sale of the machinery of the Norman and Pine Bluff occurs this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. BuKCvrrz has removed his Musical Academy to his house. No. 5G Sixth Street, between Sycamore and Vine. A. II. Foster will cut pork again to day, and Messrs. Elliott & Son and W. M. Akin to morrow. Tenderloins aro ia order. . The liveliest bianch of business in the city yesterday was the hat busi ness. It kept people on the lookout to keep their hats from giving them too much business. It WILL be seen by an advertise ment for Agents, that Mr. Will. II. Hugo, late a navigator of the river succeeds Mr. Jno. M. Connell in the management of the Florence Sewing Machine Agency in this city. There is one consolation to read ers when the failure of the telegraph renders news from Europe short, they need not puzzle themselves about the whereabouts of Ducrot, who, accord ing to the dispatches, was with D'Au relies, was not with D'Aurelles, had out through the Prussian lines, had been repulsed in attempting it, and had succeeded at the same time. And all this stuff came when both English cables were disabled and the French cable worked badly. ' A short hand reporter of the wasnington utobe can write with both hands at the same time the leic tamng notes, and. tho right tran scribing and 13 said to be the only uiu iu me wuria wno can do this.- Exchange. Perhaps ha is, but it is reported of a former well known business man of this city, that he would write a letter with each hand, and dictate a third to his clerk, at the same time, land but few people can ba found who are willing to believe either of the stories. DIED. Dec. 5, 8 amu ei. L. Kaiin, IntbeTSth year of his ago. , ? His funeral will take place from his late residence on Mai berry Street, between Third and Fourth, on this (Tuesday), Deo. 6, at zyi o'clock p.m. The frlenda of the family will please attend without further notice. L Bowling Green Democrat copy. LOCAL NOTICES. Here Sew Goods for tie Holidays, At P. L. Geissler & Co.'s. 54 Main Street, who have now on hand the finest assortment of Watches, Dia monds, Jewelry and Silverware ever offered in this market. All who are in want of anything in this line should call on P. L. Geissler & Co. dec C-tf Notlco to JJelLnqaents. Oa the 15th of December the Au ditor will advertise all the prooertv upon wicn tJ taxes '.f J8y) aave not been pai.i. 1'arties interested will please take aotieo. F. LUiSKi NHEI.VE3, T. V. V. .treasurers i.aice, v,.0, l'eo. 1870. Jec5j&wtdJbi In order to conform to the chango f tim on the E. & C. Railroad, the followisg hours will be observed at the Post Office in this city: OFFICE riOURS. General Delivery and Glass Boxes oren at i A.sr. uiosea irom p.m. till 12:45 r.M., for opening Noon Mail. Closed at o p.m. Office open for Lock Boxes till 10:30 pm. Cashier and Money Order L'mce open from 7:30 a.m. till 5:30 P.M. E. ft C. K.li. MAILS. Forenoon Mail closes at 10 A.M. Afternoon Mail closes at 4:50 P.M. Mail arriving at Noon open at 12:45 P.M. . . .. . ISTnil Arrivinz at 9:AJ P.M. distri buted for Lock Boxes at 10:15 P.M. No other changes of Mails since the issue of las'; Bulletin. nov21-tt JOHN W.hOSTEl'., r.M. as?-Prescriptions carefully filled, at all hours, at Brid well's Drug Store, corner of Main and Ihira cstreets. dec-6 County Notice. To accommodate especially the la boring class, notice is hereby given, that, from and after November 14th, offioes will be kept open every Mon day evenine from 7 to 9 o'clock, to enable them to transact their busi ness without los3 ot time. Philip Decker, A. V. C. F. Lunkenheimer, T. V. C. novlOSOt . , HSF Holland's gold pens are the lest and cheapest warranted at Fish & Barters. oot28tf Cranberries Just received on consignment, and for sale cheap; 50 bbls. Cranberries, at Carson, Baker & Co.'s, No. 30 North Water Street. dee3-lw , Boots and Shoes. The old estab lished boot and shoe house of John Rnaoh. on Second Street, below Main. is the place to go to buy your Winter hnota and shoes. His prices are from ten to twenty per cent, lower than the Main Street stores, and he has a larger and better stock of goods than he ever had before. Come and examine rtricea and the auality of (roods. nov9tf The Senate. A special session is held at J. L. Kahn's Senate Restaurant, every morning, at which an oyster lunch is served. Ouails and all sorts of game daily. The bast tha market affords, of both fluids and solids, every day, at the Senate, 133 Mam Street, nov-tf Chromos. Fish and Barter have just received a new supply of these beautiful pictures, which they are selling at greatly reduced prioes. Cal and look at them. oct27 tf IS?A fresh supply of Frssh Lake Fish, Prime Mush Fed I'ysters and Canada Oelerv. iast received by ex press and for eale at W. Ruhe & Co.'s Green Grocery, corner Second and Locust. nov IStf EIYEB NEWS For Other River Ilem$ See Third Page. The weather last night continued as boistrous and rough as during the day, but wss rapidly growing colder, The sudden change was sensibly felt by all who had occasion to be out doors. The wind continued to blow a regular gale gteat guns until mid night. The clouds were sometimes very dense as if a hoavy snow storm was approaching, but they would break away and then gather again The Quiokstep didn't arrive until half past three e cloak, bhe was loaded to her fullest capacity. One item of her freight was 317 bales ol cotton for A. E. Shrader. She dis charged and reloaded with dispatch leaving at half past eleven, with splendid trip The Evansville was wind bound, and did not get in until near midnight The Minnie worked out from tho bank about 2 P.M. and left for Newburg The Fayette was also delayed, having much trouble netting away from the wharf. The Kate Kin ney arrived at eight o'clock last night towing a barge and with a big trip on board. She lies over here till noon to-day, to fill out. She has a plain but one of tho neatest cabins on tbe river, and is a most excellent staam boat. Kinney Smith, one.of the old est and most popular steamboat clerks on the river, is associated with Al Croxall in the office of the Kate Kin ney, giving her one of the best corps of officers in the bussines3. Captain Hicks Kine is well pleased with his new purchase The Evansville took out an excellent trio...... Tho II. S. Turner was lying to on acoouat of wind, at Wes ton, as the Quickstep passed up yes terday. She had not arrived at mid night. Neither had the LeClaire or Bermuda put in an appearance, though both were overdue. They would all three arrive, no doubt, be fore morning.... The Kate Kinney in making her landing in the heavy wind last night, did slight damage to the Evansville and Quickstep, break ing the yawl of the latter.....-..- Commodore Jim S. Wise arrived from Cincinnati yesterday at noon, to look after the affairs of the Emma Floyd, and to inspect the wound in her side A hay boat, belonging to Long- tree & Mitchell, of Aurora, Ihd., and loaded at Newburg with hay, pur chased from 11. C.- Fuquay, was blown upon a snag about a mile below Newbur yesterday by tbe violent wind and suck. The-boat was a five-tier boat, and two tiers of her hay was wet. The Minnie would take tho dry hay off, when the boat could probably be raised Ail the te'egraph wires were down last night, and wcjhave no river dispatches from any quarter.... The Mallie Ragon and Idlewild will be in port to-doy. The Florenoe L33 and Milbrey are also expected The Falls City will be here early to day, cp route to Bowling Green Captain Dexter left for Memphis, last night, to lviok at two or thrcelsteam boats with a view to their adaptability to the Evansville and Cairo trade. Captain; Jack Grammcr went to St. Louis, Saturday night, on a similar mission The pilots of the Quickstep report fall six feet water henoo to Cairo The Kate Putnam. Capt. Ed. Evan-, will be aloog this morning, en route to Louisville. Cincinnati and Pitts- bursr. if the canal is opan hen he reaches tho Fall?---' Capt. Scott's new boat is rapidly approaching com pletion ...... Capt. Hy man's new boat will be finished in three weeks....... Capt. Reeso Dogan was compelled to suspend operations on the wrecks yesterday on account of the high wind ....The machinery of the Norman and Pine Bluff will be sold at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Don't forget it as a great bargain may be se cured. Ni.-v rt,ea -.- The cnagoia. ! cents; Je-wheel stosmboit Kite Ivc- i ney wiH te her at co.-n to day, ea ! route li JSiew Orlea&i, and licit Mil J. F. N D Ii E Y Ii I have just received Twenty Thousand Dollais . woBtn of IVEW GOODS FOR THE WINTER TRADE I Which will be sold at from 10 TO 50 PER, CENT. Les3 than Former Prices! Their UtoeU of ft I Iks, , r" AH IT NOW 13. HAS NEVER BEEN EQUALLED IN EVASVILLE. Their General Stock of DRESS GOODS! Surpasses in Styles. Qualify. Ouanlllj and Cheapness, any Stock In SOUTHERN INDIANA ! Tlaola- HtooU of SHAWLS, CLOAKS, . UNDERWEAR, CALICO. MUSLINS, CHECKS, :: ,'TABLK LINENS TOWELS, BED BLANKETS, CRIB BLANKETS. PIANO COVERS, ' HOSIERY. GLOVES NOTIONS, WniTE GOODS, CLOTHS & CASSIMERES FLANNELS, QUILTS, VELVET RIBBONS, &c, &C Cannot bo Niirpassccl splendid passenger acoommodations Her chief officers are Captain Hicks King and Al. Croxall, both eminent for their large experience as steam boatmen, and for their pleasant ad dress aa gentlemen. VV e nope to see her liberally patronized. Slanilfsta. Manifest of tbe steamer Quickstep, from Cairo IO Evansville. Dec. ", le70: A. E. Bbrader, 317 bales cotton; A. A. Graham, 7 packaies merchandise; Win. Ledbetter, 12 packages merchandise; Win. Wagner & Co., 47 green nldea, 4 dry hides, 15 begs r8T, 8 bags leatbers; Passenger, 1 wagon and 8 horses; Henry Bowles & Co., 3 bundles dry tildes; A. Oamberta, 2 pack ages merchandise ; U. tsngrle, 2 boxes mer chandise. BESHIFXCKTS. LrOUlsvxu.E Fonr barrels fresh fisb,7 tierces fresa fisb, 2 hogsheads fresh hbli, and 1 box fresh nsu. CiRCidieATi. One bag feathers. " . STEAMBOATS. ' 1370. SEASON 1871! Speed Safety Comfort Evansville, Cairo & Memphis rileani Packet Com'y. N. F. NISBET.. H. M. MWKETSEK resident Secretary ..Superintendent ........Treuj4nrer H. T. DKXTEa JOHN S. UOPK-lNa For 8HAWNEETOWN. CAIRO. FAUU- CAH and MEMPHIS. - Tha flue reliable steamer MALLIE RAGON; - - m. vuuaum vvaa t x uu. a, a 111 KflJ, I "1 IV " , Will leave KvauBvlile every TUKhIUx 1 Nlrb- Punn lnrln lion a aitmA.A. ilL-a A AUV A t tab 1 X'.JUa Will leave Cairo vtry WEDNESDAY ana saiuruay, at o P.M. The Low-Pretsure Bleirntr QUICKSTEP! II. T. Dexter, Master: Ecgknb Reno, Cierma, win leave t vans vine every Muyu.z and TntiRHDAY. RI4P.M. Leaves Cairo every TUESDAY and FRI- 1141, l t) P.M. The above new magnificent side-wheel low-pressure steamets having been con- .iiiuuixu expresiy lor miKiruae, win i uu regularly during the aeaeon, carrying tne U. ti. Mall and Adams Express; making close aad positive connections at Cairo with the M. 4 BUL. Packet Co. steamers Jorttt. Louis, Memphis. Vlcksbare, and aw way points, and with the 8L Louis A New Orleans Packet (3o. BtA&rnora for New Or leans, elvlue through tickets and Bills Lading to BU. Louis. Memphis, Ylcksbnrg and New Orleans. Also through tickets and bills lading given to all points npon the Paducah & Gnlf, Illinois Central, Mo bile A Ohio, and Mississippi Central Rail roads, i and Cumberland and Tennessee Rivers. Close connections made at tv- an8Vlile'wltii tbe F.. a C. Railroad for all nolo La North and I '.n.sl . and with the Morn ing Btar and Tarasoon tor Louisville and the Upper Ohio, bpecial inducement Of fered to Stock Shi nrwrR. Thiscomoanv belnK iheTJ. 8. Mall con tractors, and run nlDg the only low-press ure packets upon tne unio rtiver, uu belnz commanded bv carelul, experienced and responsible officers, can safety guar an tee prenler nuncLualitV and safety than oleredby any other line. Oeneral Office, No, 20 Main (Street, Kvansvue, ina. y . BKV w at- - t , HUMPH KEY A LEWIS, And I'll y. D. VIE i'B, noTli Aaents. FOR CAIRO, MEMPtU3 AND THK li.i JJO. The Tf gu:ar Evansville, Cairo and Mem- puia I't.c&vi, MINNIE. W. O. Mepnam, Master; . F. T. Vlar.l. Clark. win leave lor Mtraphls and all way pons, on TUESDAV. DEPEMRER . at 5 o'clock r.n. For freight or passaee snnlv on toarJ. or to W. O. lhown a m.. or .' XxlCilEL'SON A TR1PLETT, uic.-ii. Agents, Evansvilla, Henderson & Nashville Railroad Transfer Packet to . -V EeEdsrsoD. The magnificent aide-wheal steamer a.i- ri.mH , . JPJS YETT15,-: O. Durland, Master; James Letcher. Cltrlr. Will leave Evansville tlaliv lor Hender son at 3 p.m. Returning to Evansville every morning at AOf ., and every Satur day evening al 6 p.m.. Leaves Evansville every Monday at 5 am. nov2-U FOR MEMPHIS, VICKSBURU AND JNJSW ORLEANS. The magnificent new steamer ; in - a HOUSTON, L. B. Lupharn. Master; Harry li. Walker, C'erlt, Will leave for New Orleans an.l n.. way i orts, on 7rirRSnT, DECLi! 13 ? - 10 o riui-k a. m. or f.figiil or j abR"e apj.l j bna'd, .. to . W CKiiW S ' '0..or HdMHIHfeV .s .; rt'i. i - r- m TAKE NOTICE If you want a Black Silk Dress, go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S. If you want any colored Silk Dress, go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S. If you want an Irish Pot lin Drees, go to Jjiis uiit; & liuu. o. If you want any kind of a Dress, go to I j 1 IN 1 ' 1 j r, i. x litiu. 3. If you want a Cloak, go to LIND EY & BRO.'S. If you want a Shawl, go to LIND LEY & BRO.'S. If you want a pair of Blankets, go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S, If you want Muslin or Calico, go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S. . If you want a pair of Gloves, 0 to LINDLEY & BRO.'S. If you want a Balmoral Skirt, go to LINDLEY & BRO. S. If you want Underwear, go 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 you go Shoppiog. go to LINDLEY & BRO.'S (HE PRICE CASH ST03E, TO TVItxin Street, Between Second & Third, near the Court Ho as 9. FOR MEMPHIS, VICK8BORU, AND NEW OKIiEANS. The upland Id side-wheel steamer K.ATE KIXXEYf Hicks King, Master; Al. Croxall, Clerk, Will leave for New Orleans and all way ports on 1CESDAT, DECiCMBEP. 6, at 12 o'clock M. b'or freight or passage apply on board. Or to W. O. iiltO WW CO., It Agents. FOR MEMPHIS, LITTLK ROCK AND JfOKT UaUlH. The elegant passeneer steamer NIGHTINGALE, V. B. Plersall, Master; J. H. Alexander, Cleric, Will leave for all points oa liie Arau&s Klver, on WEOJKtXniT, PECEMBE3 7, at 4 o'clock p.m. For lreient or passage apply on boaid. or to - . W. O. btLOWt CO., dec6 Zt Aseoia. FOB CUMBERLAND RIVER. . The beaulllnl new steamer Occar Thomas, Master: Marsb. Walthall, Clerk, Will leave for Cumberland Klver on TIICKSOAY-, DKCEMBER 8, Giving tbronsca tickets and Bills of Lading to all pulnts oa Cumberland Klver. For freight or rnsae apply on board, or to N1CHKLSON A TlilPLKTr, det-6-lt Agents. FOR OWKN8BORO, OANNELTOS AND LOUlBVlLiLK. - The beanflfnl and elegant pacxet - ROSE HITE, Ed Crlder. Master: Phil. Beverlv. Clerk. Leaves for Louisville and all way ioita 1UKMDAY, DECEMBER t. at 11 o'clock p.m., on tbe arrival of tha mfdl train from tne in ono and f.sxu . or to W. O. LROWN A CO.. Ult . Agents. STEAMBOAT AGENT3. DUKE SIOUEMJK. JOIIX II. TKIPLBTT SICHELOX & TfilPLETT, General Steamboat AND SHIPPING AGENTS. 0111 e In the American House, Cor Water & Sjcimore Sts EVANSVILLE, IND. rriiiHoion iicuEi.H mold and JL Bills ot Ludlng feigned to ail polCU by iui or river. Agents lor tne EVANSVILLE -A CAIRO; rT. LOUIS MEMPHIS AND NEW UBLSANd PACKETS. For tbe CUMBER LAND AND TENNESSEE RIVER PACKETS, and for tha WHITE. ARKANSAS AND RED RIVER PACKETS. Also for the LOUIS VILLE and CINCINNATI PACKETS. 9" All Bills or Lading signed at tlia ofllce. mw Prompt attealloa given to reoelv Ins cnJ lorw.rdiug to us. all freight entrusted novlH-am Securb rX,lol"ct8. HAMILTON OPERA HOUSE DRAWING ! To Titlio rixco Ieccmber ai. Capital Prize, - $100,009 ADDRESS: OPE.-JA HOUSE COMMISSIONESS, IlamiltoD, Ohio. novZMSweod E'ced Store. T. P. JtBITrOW. x. L. aowi, BRITTOIJ s Bnoir, i Hycaroore Hl--i-t. I ' l an l Ko- ri'l, tr.vaa.ii.':' i au., ur w All kliiis r r Co2r:;y Produce HD1 i' 1, Hour fid Coxa. Kcal. Ail ailici i de.ii ,'rea rree fclctio'; ilHlf.,, 8f A JOOlC fit rJ?llOM PRIOES. Good Comfort Calicoes At S eculs ptr YrJ. Good Water-Procf Cloth At 7. cents per Yard. ATtry I lent OtxHeocH At 10 cents per Vara. Splendid Gleached Shirtings At 12 cents per Yard. Grey Twilled Flannel At 20 ceaU per Yard. Plain and Plaid Poplint At liVi rents per Yard. X'lain IopHiiH At S3 cer-M; wonh 40c. POPLINS At a.) cents; woiln SO?. !7loin -Aliri.riLti At SO rents; worth U'f, PLAIN I011IINW At GO cents; worth 6. ALL OF OUR PLAIDS CHEAP. Changeable Fopllns, (Beautiful), at 2 rents. BEST (5 00 BED BLANKETS In KvansTllte. Best Dollar Hid Gloves In Evansville. Crasli for Towels, (Wide), at csnU per YanU GOOD BLACK ALPACA At 'ih cents; worth B'c ALL OTHER ALPACAS Cheap. A good article of Alt Wool Children'a Uoso, Two pair for 15 cents. IjADIKV MKRINO HOHK, 2 pair for X. CANTON rUNNEL at 12V; worth 11. Kitraordlnar Bargains In Nice White Bed Spreads at 50. GOOD JJNDKRSH1KTS DHAWEIIH At SO csuts. GOOD BATnNa POR COMFORTS At IS cents ptr ponnd. NICE PLAID CLTAY7L3. Lre tiize, at fl 75. GENTS' HEXMZD LINEN WDTL'Fi At 15 cents; worth 0e. For all the a')Ove, and anything elseyou wlan, go to J. F. LISDLEY & OJfE I'JUCU CASH STOIti:. NO. 7 MAIN HTllKKr. WITHOUT A. Itl VAL THK JOURiVALOrFICIl DUM ALL Ki.md or ujok axd jcis rasmo, Twenty-Sheet Uamciotli roster DOW TO A Ylfcltlng or Wedtllu;; Card, In the best style of I lie art, and al prices aa Ivw ae liiojiowrni. all Kimm or Show and Travellog Gomptixlei klaklng their Wentern trli s, will find 11 to their advantage to k'v us a call, as we have a large slock of V v rs. it o it i) j: n s, i-., ,te DITAKI.Si roa THEIR kl'SIMtxa, EasternJBIJljIforlColored Prlnlic DUPLICATED ON HKII1T. COMMERCIAL PRINTIP.C, SUl'H AS Bill-Head'; Cards, - - i Cited., Drafts, Irtler-llcudt, Envelopes, Blanks, Labels, Dray Tiekrt; limy Iloolf, Bill of Istding Gutter huipet. Dodgers, Hal.BUt, Tags, J'rogramme, ttr. Picnic. Kali, and how Ticket OK ALL KINDS, SEATLT rKINTEI ISf All V 'Ol.O We are Dieeared to execute Brief Work lor lawyers with uiniu-u auie rates. REMEMXifcK Till: I'LICU JlJOa f LODUNT HrX, nh.xt djou to ro T-orriCK. fKlLOXM rkTBU3 lOTIO.t lor tfa.iuyi.i: tht Uilu ana Con piexlon. lun.c.M ii Krnctlona. re kiss. Plu- plea. Moth Klutoltse, 7mu, ul aud rwu.il 1 uiuia wt, or' For Lailusi Ltt tne isaiw .a - uiiwr. hie. . I Fur Oeutlemen wim ouui it .'as no qoal. , t.niaiy fur luMaMs mua uhuiuum ci li.e toAia. a-iiAf.osfi TArntA oa fi t)i Toilet. Nor-rT, hsth, w! riot ci lb- ssln. fl wote pvt . aa. I - : . "I ) -1 r i'. .i It fulslia, ' 1 . f .. i 1 i. v ll .. , : t ,. i i '. "i ii -ti.'i n I. ' ' I -. H U-m, r. i.-, ,Ni , ..rs, ; I ir J-Oft YC'I ' 11 Wif'.KolUr, S.'s tr, ra!:-Lt r, otb-r Fna ile 1'ihr; 1 c-rF.d live, wunld Lb A fine lilsck Hi k Drr,. A lundiu me lo'orul I't'.V I'm- A Moir Atit'q'ic i'-'.i- I'iim. A Japanese Fill Pn m. A Meteor Hilk .)re--. An elcsBDt Irihl Poplin I If I M4 J',:: - A French Vtlour Hill X WoJ I A Frfiioli H.Ik lr-. A Silk l'f aiii 1 Lts Pi j lin Ii A Sit'.a KiripcU I'oplio l'rin. A French Me Cloth ; an Alj af a Plaid Poplin; ' ISO a 11 iluhair I't'plii till ( 1 Poplin; a Mottle 1 MoJ.uir l' ; ' Toope Poplin; a Dthine or a IV DreHs; a luce lkk ; I'JL vrh Cloak; a Cue M.h1 ; a Lady V lin Jacket; a Went I'uint Arnl pair oi i:ea 1)1 ibkctri ; a M m Quilt; 1'iauo Ctver; Table C Table Cloths aod Napkini; 11. Sklrt;loxofStolln2H;aLaco I kerchkfor Collar; a p;,ir of T.' -son's (Ilove-fitticg Con t ; a fit sett of Toilette Mats; a pair tf 1 Gloves; Cluve a.d Ilandl'f I! A Kit e rrcscLlfurat'ti:!!' I a nice Wrapper, a boa tf 11, kerchiefs; half dozen half II pair of (JIovcs; pair of i-'uip i. ; Pattern for Co:.t, Psnts or ' Cravat; a Gents' .Shawl; a w-tt derwcr;a Cne aIuIc .Vhitf; a ! Collars; t Nock Tie, aa 1 i.. " r things for Ladies, U (.'.! Children, USEFUL 1 C If J A i J. F. LlfJDLEY L C I ' r Ti Main t ;ir. , Wear th3 Court II Hi 7 O THK EVAMiYIU, T O TJ I t. IS u. Ilallj.TrMTetklj, an.l r,r ! Tho Lcatilr g Vspzr Lofcr Of.fo. o 1 j An Exponent of Went urn ' ' Intelllffca a, azd Pror. J El la Kootliwi stern InJtana v Kentucky, end hfif rra Ii:;nt!t, ft conlftlriki all the Ntrvvs ol i y I f Telegraph, Fore gu and lx.ii' c Mall. "Variety Is th Hpli-e of l.llo," a. ssue of the JiWl rs al Is full .f v. News, U'wmlp, at 1 M m iiiubhi l It publishes Tin"""- 'f !'' all the com mere ul uuU is ( t'.n Its Itnports of the Kmnviii are always prompt and r-l.i.!-.-. It alms to be u rullMbie (eiim paper, ami to in sl. ! of ail n vry r-nect. 1 lit nun ul Us liJIIois Js to r.iH . paper for the psoplc; JuhIi m i i v sonjitit for by tu lim!!iu m , farmer, the pri fn ionul inuii, t-'. chanlc ; a h liol.l r"Nq.iil politician's giilils In fn t, to m nearly KVEIlVT'iliVM p.r s , Mtvrr Mm vnl, flint dmi ....( crUetl by any pnj rr in th y,it M VaUry I Our farifititt for Join' till I Job 1'rintinq i ir tU'iimnnft equaled. TIUtlS-lstirlKllj In Alt DAII.-Y JOCUNAL, On. year, ly ma I .. HI 1 futfiM, by i imii 'I'lirftiiiontii.. I., By the wtrnK, pi hl'ifc t'l l!ri I, r . . KLV J"l i . -- A I Tin-we: Oue year fell IllOUtllS WEEKLY JoCKNAI.. Oue oopy, one yt sr. 'J'welvw iwipjvs, u i yttur , '1 Miiy i'i..i, o.n- t.r :GIS. - VL21 . " nuiAL vi:nifi va i The 1 VAst M i j: jot It Sj A I Ir Kl FAKT have fu'- ), ul tin ERV HTORK, Hi it door to II, i. I'oMt-OfHi'o, A laige lo;k of iu irs'jrriyvi - i u s " Put up in in at Ix xi-s. 1 . H um uuiim or i f 11 11 u.i v '.i(i- vrUipn. we will in.il to nnv h i i box utiou twl it t,i 'in ii. It i which la 1-m man tl .! I II Papr eu vl..ptm .i.l at in,-t i.i n, W e have alio a u ut iunl ii y ol French Initial I'a- t The 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 on llils I'tpi r Ii firm purple Ins luai-h bx ootitul an! iu-k s V i H til, I, ,J ! I t l'f I ! twwuly-t'iur fciiVein b t I I'll to i ii v I- a. i v i . I I I W U ! ' 11 i I ' j 1 of riFTY t'l.M . Ail.ln-w. vansvlllo Journal Comn. Evaxaille, 1:; J! i. ItICni!OL)"';.!KM ( n Otter to Pac a A i Hi l.i' r "s nil v , ( QTJA2Xi:iX XII eli ni iui AT iss cniiicr: bT., m;v i qua:c:p. styles Aresuitab.s lor viy Lady, or ; Tti ey are roper or an . irnv.r nut I f si-' " J l.t H. ''1 "' '"! ' t.l.l.. I I f" '