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Also two nice counter In Ur- il AllillUUUi HUU t7HQ iJHU. uriu . . i. iiiry.foifP.t. Aitio number of we.i-i a proved farm in Southern IiUncts, by W AKK.EN k JlATnON, Attorney. - :-. .-iw TP ok" i . k " c a i-HAiiue-M .wo acre I Uluoi-i, Miwonri and Araaa&s natlj for le or eiebarnre f'rc;ty prop erty, by WARREN A AlAXTIsu.V, At. t : ; . '. W rriOft .' r rK T. V complete m wt of machinery lor the niaoaractor tu o toijfiro, for Haia nr c-!tan lor -if jr:'friy. by WAKAKN A M TTi- I" V I. 151 I. IIORI , TO WORK i V lif ttie Ciiic-w ltltnots HiirtMit. App.y oa I ho roJ at f- eroon. Wane. ti f."i fr day, J. K. AYe-K, Un'l Hnper- ! t, dtH-.'.;;-;:', notici:. i XV TIBKLY APPtH vnos HE rn lua rvitwi cu J. V. itaviaia bitiy :..;ii-ea -i Tioter. sstx jr z jer.iec and rxm! ree ainiTia..tou ; at IrMnt Principal of Canyy vH ItiMHqW, A.i..,-rx-. on iuoatti, J. W. ltVlU'u', Cs.t visi, K.y. dec:iO-'Jot,,wit ' ' TO I BASS." : I M(t DAiRT ASO TtUCTAKlC Xi, i m for a ciimw-r of yeri. aiijola i .. t -i citv nf K'vatis vlll. Apply to W.tfvKKS i MAlTXftON, Attointy?. aiLLINEBY." T'TH.'a. K.J. HOltWlUf., New 3UH. ,JSL Ui.iry an-J .N ; u e!or. Main yt . :... ..! i aa dc.i eoU torrefied Time Table, Pecember 12. Ct-nTiH A trwtr(lmtll K. R. i :'.'. Arrfva Mall. .in ;; a.K. ;! P.iK rev :.U P.M. 11 : A.M . Vanlall. rorre Haute fr adtnuaptll K. K. i-r 7- Haute. t.tf. Going Wett .- x rii. . :-o A.M. ti:7 a.M M -i.il 70i AH. 11:10 A.H J il.rK..,. 4:i J f.M. 1 r'l P H a.i,rM l-.i ' a.x. l'J;ijp,ji (! dc lliMaa1ppl K. K. t t in.'mn't. iu(. (r;i KV.tt ' ; '....... I : i P.M. 4 :-i Pn X. 1:-W P.M. 1 n A.M : rrm ..-. ...10 u() r.H. 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"a'';'I-!'.Im V VIMl'K ' or A iXEff. -I..J5 Hon li-cei ont, of t;i oU'ca of in- C of i . c cnrt ct Couimon Pleas cf Vni-rbttru County, iodinia, loftvor of J -ttuea L-tur, A-i.ice of Mu imel Bar che. aivl n..inin.. t.uuta Uwnt-t, William' k naarurb, anil Ct-riatl.tn UeiMerieb, I wui. oa TUESDAY, S&jF ,iry 21, ls71, Bft-wu ibe tioini of ' clock a.m. and 1 u'l.jue i..". oi kUi i,-ay, at 'tlia door of the i.-oart Hai 1 itio ctty of tvanaviiie, ludlanw, t.tt'jr -nr , at Pnblio Auetioo, lo nr.:i ProlSw for (be u-rru ot H3Vn jrrt Oi V'- loiiowfj J d(.HrtOtl Kaal K taiie, towtt: Lot. f umber tweaty-sven. iWSSttfcS'Yt'lou .RiUdie pact of wt tblrd, liorlawtjft ij uavier i-"; ., io, kuown tba irfiia!i-Knitli" Ai liimn. lu toe City of Kvs.iisviiie, aatlir j Jj'isb Consiiy, anu fc'.diT4.f 1 ' : i ii a. A.nit Mioula saki Hu( and Profit not si: .r a smr, janux-dU i h il-!y said Writ an 1 1-wiil, hi tnjaiue tlm and p-..-.v T.;r for sale tue ! cjimple of said i. -dill Ni) rtl'. A. ifAFFLIN, Bherttrv. O. u:;.ui.il Ac'isii'stratora Ncti'v. ' Torn ?: is r?j wi.i'.T - St v that ' i . n 1 s ; 1.1 polnled . r . 1 ' I "5 ; t . - a ot t bnrltg 1 -I 1 it! V fl f- ilt-rN : rw I'.i.inl v 1... . 1 l- jHf- W kium . t il t t.H HOIV- f.ibN M- i.j , r. !.. 17. 1--.1'. utc.id.Jw t. " LIVE AND LET LIVE Tii!? Boat Markets t ins Lowest Prices! MMS ST BEET IXCaAKGK, . BsrwKEJt Firra and Sixth Sts. Kanova;l, newly poinird ibrotig iiont and newly arraoxei for the com tort of Hi Puotiu. JCIL C. ;i(JlWEsZi. Proprietor, tire r.' friaada and the rest of man kind wltu a Very Happy, Happy New Tear! Invliet all io bis extraordinary brlliltnl OYdTEK, liAMK AND POULTRY ILtJISrCIT. Jar. 1, US7t SUNDAY- Jac. 1, 1ST1. Rot Spiced lemonaflc 10c. TWO TO.U AND JKRRI3, a CENTS. E.st Baltiore Oysters: Always fresb. RUTH'S Scabic Bkand! Hold at 8.', i and 75c; pr can ! ,V iih discount to dealers, or served up lu every style at al noma, fiom 6 a h. UU 1 o'c'o-k at cUbt. Ueco0-2t p. m WE I.tTESD gll.tl from JL too c'lj, wo;ter uor '13 ii t i i- c t o c; k -OK- I V IX CJ V o o o t s , :SOO Corset-, ZTiOit " I .loop tSliirtw AT NEW' YORK PSICE3! Tts go .d mr.t ra sold by Jan. lilb. Without Regard to Price. c;0IC ; rCUWAltTZ, luAKL'LES'M BL.OCK, d'-lni t ih-t Btreel. EvaDnvilie, lud. -VAKaVILLB fiROCaSY, . . i - S .'tt.hi Htronr, JU yii can bay tbe Carbon Fluid, Wbloii is tootp: r, safer gad uj etior to Coal til. Ouly S; ct. per ailon. ALo a t" 'i DioeSr of t;ti and MsTe If ostl .At raMBab rate, at iba KVANiYitLK OROCEilV, So. l:S Mala Street. iieis Jisis taom nn. coirroN rria.jvwl .nu';ofaceItorU 'mZiU 7 M3i) & L0XSI STS. VOL. X A C0RE&SP0 dest, writing from New York, says that ca Pocobiaeiio darkgita brief life of c:ro months, $20,000 were expended. Bat ita lata proprietor 13 by no means didaocraged, tad woald rac ? the atttmyt at ooce were the rsqaii .e oncy provided for hi. Iadeed,.h3 tbiakj I ij paper waa juit arriving at 1 he pay'; eg point, when the money that Lad hitherto been fur nished him by Tammany was with drawn. Before another issus of the Jour nal, the year eighteen hundred and seventy will be numbered with the past, and eighteen hundred aod sev enty-cne will have taken its place upon Time's Calendar. Lightly as the transformation may be regarded If' some, to the thoughtful it abounds with matter for most seriona and earnest rtfieetiori. Memory aod imagination will both be act ive, the former with the past year, ita broken prouises, dead hopes, disappointed expectations, as well a dead loved ones with only here and there a brightness of joy and love to relieve the dark piotnre whila the latter i 4atntio upon the future as a canvass, bright pictures, without a cloud of sorrow, anguish or disappointment to mar their glory. The new year comes on the Ho!y Sabbath Day. What a favorable op portunity for mauitauoa and the formicg of good resolutions. Bamem be ring the miatakes of tho past year, how properly may the day be spent ia determining by the assisting graes of a Divine Bukr and Helper, to avoid these mistakes during tba yjar of whioh Sunday is the au-piciou be ginning. Bat on this, tba last day of the year, while we cokteinplate its departing momenta, how very appropriate seem the words of a coternporary : Let us turn and bid farewell to the past and passing; tare will to its cares, to ita burdens, to its troubles; fare well to its tears, hopes, aod griefs; farewell to its yearning. t its aspira tions, its wreatltoga. Thry are gone. Farewell to mar y who worked the year with us to the companion that was to us as an aigel of God, and is now an acel with God. FaieeSl to the babe that was ours sod is God's, and therefore more than ever ours, though beyond the reach of our arui3. But the heart t nJs it yet, and cradles it more vigilant'y than ever. Fare well to our Christian brethren who have" hear J' the trumpet before we have, and have goae fjrward. Year, thy march is en ie 1 , thy work 13 done! Pass! Disappcit 1 ' We chad see thee nor moro until we 'behold thy record in the All judging; Day. Turning from the dying year, may we be ready to welcome ita suceessor, reiclvtd to do oar whole duty, with. oocSlenee in the Great Being who has t-TOisid to make the right triumphant in the end, and with a calm assurance that oome what may, with diligent hands and loving hearts, we will bo prepared for suy fata that the unfolding year toiy h-.v; iu store for us. 31 jy the readers of the JocasAL fiad it more tbau usual a happy year, is our most earnupt desire! SATtrEDAV, X)C. oi. Gold closed io New York, yesterday, at no.7.. Chicago bad a t:i"000 fire of wooden buildings yesterday morning. Tbe Liiidtcy House, at' Zalaski, Ohio, wm burned oa Tbaraday, Insured for IS.IA10. The steatur Holland, froin New Y'ork for tioeustowu, toucaed al Udeeastowa oa tbe -l u. The Missouri Avenus House at East St. Louis wat destroyed by fire on TbursJay. Loss lUi.UuO; Infcurt'd. . t Coramlssloner Parker, of the Indian Bureau, bs bsen cbarijod Witb lolsappro prtaliug lucas la biscbarge. Tbe extensive floariag aad mir raSlIs aud cottou gtn beioaglog to Capt. James H.Smitn.at PHaln, Art., w-re Utstroyed oa tbe 17 . Lo s Ji.0,000. Tbe flon-'lDg mill of Lewis & Co., at At ktuxon, Xlilu.u3, w ith tbe ele lator of Jnuu Ashley, wer buined yesteruay morning; io8 fciy,iiWl, Tbe Chess Conresa Committer appeal to the Cti-s tjwiM tbroujttont the coun try, (or aid in arranging tor a atloual Cuess Cougress, to be beid aurtag 1S71. On Tborslay evonlr. the boiler in the iron foundry of Miller A IViare, Near Yora. exylodad. aiilloii two men aod injuring a Iblrd severtly, and others siijbtly. A new Oeriuan dally uaper will be is sued io Cincinnati on tbe lita of January. Tne pubilsneiH are not defiisiUily kDown. It is supposed Ibey are ilof aud tlaus anurea. Twenty-two families were rendered hoiaeifct by the buinlou of a row of tene ment buildings lu Brooklyn, ye-tteiday morning. Total loss S ',0.v : iauurance S.7.0. Savage and Sullivan, charged with the murder of Ada Jones, in Metnpiiis, have (Mien admitted to t.U Sullivan gave li,iH. bii, but Jones could not gire tbe l.ut'J required of blm. Janata M. Norwood rid the nslgbbor hod c( Nasuvllle, Ark , of a desperado named Jaoiei Bryan, by shuollat bnu with a Bbot kuii, jutt la ban to Hive Bry an Iroca suoolins Mm. Tbe railroad bridge on the Toledo, Wi bab A Western Bnuroad.at lelianoe,Ohlo, was destroyed by lire yesterday moram. Ira'iis go tnroQjcb via Waierlo. Tbe biluse will oe reouilt iu a ler days. A fortune teller nndertooli to whip tbe lotl eoiior oi tue tieveianu .eoaer, j- t ter.iay. aud got served eiy inuea as Hucb pmpw geneially d , turown out of doors. Hoi weight and si. are not ,'ivei,uo con venient editor of an opposition paper be lugin ber eotiddence. Wm. Woods, a worthy and industrious neyro.llvlUB: near lewitt, Ark , waa palled to nisdoor on last Tuurnday ulibt w hiiea dance was irol'iK on ai. bl nocse, On opasiiii tbe uocr be llred upon by sutna iasslD and losf.auUy anied. Taeie is no clue lo tee murderer. Payron.ters Marey and I,ockwood, cob victud ot emte?.;.iueit, have not yet been sentenced, a.tnouti tbe papers and re cords oi Uie i'! bare been in tbe bauds of the Navy t'eoaruoeni b r some time. The trial of (lie o'.her del suiters bas been unaccoantabty delayed. Tbe four officers already convicted will ba ii i nuiwl aad otUerwlj-o punished. The Boston 2Vfi! "f lu gpsakiriR of tbe failure of too Ames Plow Company, says that Mr. iaos Ames baa been carrying for toe past two years, two munoas of L nloii Faoifis bond, and nas ali;;iot entirely a-n-taiued Its credit, but want of confidence tn lis mananemeut and tba consequent de pression of ita securities in tbe maaaet, was too inucb lor blin. All the lui 'cber of Its Cummnnioaw Abbaloir. . . i ., have ben di-icb.rged oa account of a dis tcrernent wltb tneir em ployers, w6o tire to pay a full day 's la bor for kl.l.iix animais, whether lew or many ir one mno has r.ot enough rattle lo keep men bu-y lor a day toey will net kill, and charge for lbs Unit; occupied, nor v ; 1 tbey allow ciintractors to secure irom otbaia sufficient animals to make a full d t.v worn. Tbisai't of ln!u,llue to tue tin ploy ers i. the caueof ( be diHareement. ta Wedn'tay omsliie bntrhers were em ployed, but oil learning w I tbey would not be allowed to form a L nioa tbey re- lUSetl to w-ir P r Washington, Dec. 30. Owin to the death of Mrs. Bjikcap, and in crier to show proper respect to her memory, there wiit be no pnhlio re ception at the Fxocati?8 Mansion. nor will the families of members of the Cabinet keep open hoe3 oa that day. - S artier Trlub. Nashville, Dee. 30. Wm. Lel'e yet, cLarged with shaitiog Jack Brown (colored), cn Monday tight, was to-day, alter aa investigation, dis charged, the ehooUDi? beij,? in eelf- dcfticse. The three Jeokecf , 6i'ued of the murier of W. D, Kernel', h&vt hmo bound over to appear at 1 12 Crimiosl i'ttiri WAR IN EUROPE!; Gen. Clianssey About to lie name te OllfUisive. Prince Frederick fltarles Conccu tratlns at Orleans. DI;PAT0H FROM KIN3 WILLI All. 1500O0 Gfirniia Sol Hers oa tba Way to France. More About ibe Attempted Assassi nation of 6en. iTlm. ENGLAND. STSENOTM Or THE FRENCH Rl V ". NCK It.L NOT BR REFRKSICNTKD PKIM AMI Alt ADS'. . XHS PKUSSIAX aVACCATIO-. Lonion, Dee. 30. At Tonrs the estimate of the entire number of French troops is 70,0'X). Bjurbaki'a command is charged especially with the duty of revictualiog Paris, and has already on band a vait amooct of live dtock and provisioos for that purpose. At the proper moment, this army will make a desperate effort to join Chaussey's force, and reunite the Army ot the .Loire, whion wi.'l tnen, with great energy, push on ior Pari?,. Earl Granville has received an of ficial dispatch from the French Gov ernment, in which Franos declares her determination not to send a dele gate to the Peace Congress to be held, unless the British Government shall recognize the Republic. A dispatch ot similar tone has been sent to each of the other powers. Advices Irom Madrid state that General Prim has announced his de termination to resign, in person, to King Amadeus, and plead a desire to retire to private life. Dispatchei from Versailles, received here, state that the general evacuation cf the Departments of the Eastern parts, which had been occupied by Ge rfin troops, etill continues. It is thought that this is being done ia order to concentrate the Prussian strength around Versailles. NAVAL MATTERS. . London, Doc. -30. The investiga tion into the causes of loss by a Uip tain, resulted in an order from the Admiralty tor the following altera tions in tbe British iron clads of the Navy: A reduction in the length and weight ot toasts, and the us-e of con crete tor ballast introduced into the cellular bottom. GERMAN FBBEK4I. lIATTSaS London, Djo. 30. A dispatch from Stuttgart and Darmstadt announces the ratification of the federal treaty b? the Ctiambers of Wurtemburg and llesse. bo.MiON, Dec 30. A dispatch from Besanooa says that Gen. Trcfkow baa issued an order confining the popula tion to the right bank of the itiver Doubs. cut his wa r OUT. London, Dac. 30. A Prussian dis patch reports that Col. Batteostein, commanding a detachment of sis com panies infantry, two squadrons of cav a'ry and two guns, was surrounded by the French near Mont Oise, and after a dsperate Sht cut his way oat, losing only 10J of his command, and taking 2-10 prisoners. FOaTSESS PEKRESTWR I N V FSTKD DEATH i f AM ARCHITECT. London. Deo. 30. The Germans invested Fortress Perrenne, in the Department of the Somme, on Wed nesday, after some sharp fighting. Phillip. Hardwiah, the renov-ned architect, died to-day. Aged 73. f Herald Special. 1 London, Doe. 30, There is much speculation indulged ia as to what may be the action of the approaching Congress on. tbe Black Sea question. It is believed that preliminary difii -culties have been encountered, which will be bard to overcome, as it is almost certain that the Russian repre sentative, at the beginning of the proceedings, will announce, formally, 8S the fixed policy of fcis government, that the abrogation of the clause in the treaty of Paris, retarding the armament of Russian vessels ia the Blaok Sea, is already accomplished by the will of the Emperor, who caraot allow such abrogation to be an open question, liable to any action by the Congress. On the other Land, many suppose, from Bismarck's lapt diplomatic cote, that Prussia will refuse to inset the acceding representatives ot the French Government, which commis sions officers who have broken their parole. Another difficulty is antici pated from the protests against the meetiogs on the parts of Prussia and Russia, unless it is held on the un derstanding that all matters foreign to the Paris treaty are to be excluded. The belief is general that the meeting wiil be delayed long beyond the ap pointed day. World s Cable Special. London, .December 30. General Chausscy is about to resume the of fensive, and is moving on St. Calais. General Von Werder is retreating on Vesou!. Prince Frederick Charles is concentrating at Orleans. There are fresh reports that propo sitions have been made for peace to Gambetta. London, December 30. In is offi cially announced that when Bismarck was asked by Washburne if Favre could have sa"e conduct to the con ference, Bismacrk objected. Fortesau has been sppointed Presi dent of the Board of Trade, aod Mar quis ilortergtiop, Secretary for Ire land; other Cabinet changes are con templated. The German reinforcement on the L way to ranee numoer Ijuakjo r.ioa. tM KEB.V. E POSTFOSED London, December 30. evening The conference of Powers on the eastern question, has been indefinite ly postponed, as Franco has refused to take part, as I the absence of one of the signatories of the treaty of Paris would render tbe meeting use less. London, Deo. 30 A French iron clad is reported off Roche'g Point. Many German prizes are anchored at Saigon. PRANCE. BOTH SIDE3 SOIKaim FROM C--jS COMMlTTEl). CO! D- -II- BoaE3SATjX, Deo. 30. Acaouots re ceived hern show that both the 1'rus sian and French troors suffered ter ribly from the cold. Strong rein forcements have been sent forward to all points, to replace the French sol diers thus incapacitated. L irge quan tities of material, calculated to in crease the comfort of the troops, have also been sent to the front. It appears the Prussians committed excesses in Orleans and Blois, be- cau".e tho iababiarts. wlo h'li im- j rtsiae-i. wore n.'t ablo o :;et-t tj-.'r 1 riqiii.40 A Otlv(.. tiC i.1 Ma.a .-. threaten to take away as hostages fifty prominent citizens, unless sixty thousand francs are paid for tha mal treatmeatof Prussian soldiers. Tribune Cable SpsciaL s;fEbi roy isto PAitia. Mahosncv, Deo. 23. A dozsa shells were sent yesterday, inside of Paris, into La Viliette and B jIIj- villc, from Ivjeney, at a distance of ! Beven hundred yards. , , - . , j KlOUUeO THE OfFESSIVRTHB flU-ASS I i KB.11 AKTiLLEm. Lille, Dee. 30. Generals Boar baki aad Chaussey have resumed the effensivfl. The Uh!sc3 are Kcouricg the roua irr between Dcrai, Caabrai and Ami. The irecca artillery at ":e,"ier.,n is BYAN3YILLE INDIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER nTedrtheTb,es?egJ froEm m nirfg I Cherbourg, Dec. 30, Reerui:.: are daily arriving here in large cum ors i to be drilled and equipped be.ore joining the army in the held. PRUSSIA. A MSPATCa FROM KINO WilXIAM. By.ai.iN, December 30. The King has sent tbe following telegram to Queen Augusta : "Versailles, Dec. 2'J. The bombardment of F"crt Av ron has silenced the enemy's eurs; the railway station at Noissy wa3 shelled, and the French artillery at Bandy dislodged. The Prussian lois was three men. The garrison at Fort Avron fled to Paris." Berlin, Deo. 30. TLe Federal treaties with Baden, Hesse and Lux embourg fcave been ratified, and tbe Upper Chamber of the Bavarian Diet passed the treaty by nearly a unani mous vote. Dresden. Dec. 30. The Crown Prince of Saxony, in a dispatch to King John, says that when his troops entered Fort Avron, they found the works deserted. The French had re moved their guns to Noissy, The German batteries were then ordered to open fire on Noissy, Merlan and Bondy. The Frenoh , subsequently withdrew from the village of Rosny, along the road to Paris. SPAIN. I-KIM'S CONDITION. Madrid, Dao. 30. Gen. Prim is rapidly progressing towards recovery from his wounds. Seven of the eight balls which were embedded ia his shoulder have been extracted, n i his condition is comfortable. He has suffered tbe loss of two fingers. Ad miral Tape his asapd, temporarily, the fuoe'ions of Gen. Prim as Minis ter of Foreign Affairs and War, as well as the Prc-sidency of the Council. Kenor Oyova has been appointed Minister to the Colonies. The Cortes has adopted a rcso'u tion, expressive of horror at the at tempt to assassinate Gen. Prim, and passed a vota of confidence in the Government. IHerald Sp c!al. i Abb AB JLT VRlil. Madrid, Dec. 29. To day infor mation was obtained, from pipers seized, that a conspiracy was going on of an extensive character. The members were sworn to exterminate all public enemies of the Rapublio. It is believed that the murder of Prim was opposed by some, ca the ground that nothing should be at tempted on the arrival of the Duke of Aosta, bat the advocates of immediate action prevailed. Lots were drawn for the selection cf three persons to i rdertake the killing of Prim. It is sail the Ministr are in pos session of proof that will identify the actual assassins, but have not yet suc ceeded in making arrets. It is cer tain the conspiracy was of the most extensive character, and the plots were well laid. To-day there were some expressions of indignation at the attempted crime, but generally sullen indifference wa3 evinced by the pop ulation. To-day, Gen. Sickles, U. S. Minis ter in Madrid, and representatives of other foreign governments con gratulated Gen. Prim upon his escape from the bullets of tho would-be assassins. A MVALSnUADEOS. Madrid, Dec. 30. The squadron from Italy bearing the future King of Spain, was signalled yesterday off Barcelona, aod wiil reach Carlhageni to-day. It is believed that the Government constitutional guarantees for the dis armament of the Republican tattal lions has commenced. The city is tranquil. SERIOUS TKOUBLE ANTICIPATED. Madeid, Dec. 30. Several battal ions of the National Guard, in the Republican quarters of Madrid, re fused to attend the review on Sunday, in honor of the new King. Serious disturbances are apprehended. DENMARK. Copenhagen, Dec. 30, The haibcr of Ccpenhtgin is blockaded with ice, ITALY. THE TIBER SUBSIDING.' EojiK, Dac. 30. TLe waters of fne Tiber are subsiding. Fire Destruction of a Hotel and a Wire Bridge A Jumber or Per sons FaiMly Injured. Pittsburg, December 30. The Marshall House, situated tear the west wire bridge, over the Allegheny River, at Franklin, Pa., took fire at 11 o'clock this forenoon. The fames were communicated to the bridge, and the cables soon becoming red hot parted from their anchorage and precipitated tbe bridge structure into tbe river. About twenty persons were on the bridge at the time, Wm. Neil, a farmer, Mrs. Mclotyre and Miss Mclotyre, wife and daughter cf the toil-keeper, who were b.igaged in re moving the furniture on the bridge, were "fatally injured and the bodies recovered; J. H. Alexander Mc Courtney, J. C. Herage and two un known men were seriously injured; W. Kilgour. freight agent cf the Al legheny Valley Railroad, is supposed to be buried io the ruins, as he was known to be on the bridge. The weather is intensely cold aad the river is frozen over to the second pier on each side and a great deal of difficulty is experienced in reachiag sufferers with skiffs. A boy named Johnton, aged 13 years, jumped from the centre of tbe bridge and swam ashore through tho slush and ice. The hrbko was newly erected and cost ?3'i,i; 0, and the Marshall House, fo,(00. No insurance on either. The Insurrection Women Fighting. Havana, December 30. Advices from Santiago de Cuba state that on the ISih, 300 insurgents, including forty negresses, armed with autlas, sacked aad burned Facopa, a fish ing village, distant three miles from that city, opposite the Moro fortress. They forced tbe small detachment of defenders to retreat, end killed nice persons, iDcluding two women. They decamped alter taking everything from the village. The Moro fired at the party, but ineffectually. As thera were nj boats to carry the troops over those which were sent to in tercept the rebels arrived too late. On entering the village they found the corpses of tho victims partly baked and io a horrible codition. The rebel President Cespedes was io tha jurisdiction of Santiago. A brig had arrived at Saniiagc bringing the report that the filibuster steamer Hornet passed Ivcqaa on the 23th int , followed three hours later hy 1 h l,-''h,.i s rw.ft. It is re orei ti-r, t'.'sr t.:j Korovt caKr-i the iy oi i'cipei aud landed her expedi tion. Sarr&tt BerdLtfs to Scpcat Kts Ic iare la Washington. Washington, Deo. 3& John. H. Surrstt had advertised to repeat his lecture in this city to-night, but was persuaded during the day to abandon the intention, in consequence of a letter from Mayor Emery, stating that be (the Mayor) had learned from vancus t,0iircc-3 that there was great opposition to him (Sarratt) lecturing here. The Mayor, faariog Surratt on tho platform might cause trouble, cfiaialiy sdvised him to withdraw his appointment to lecture. It ia stated that a larga r-ambar 'of person? tad detoraia-ad, iu any erert, oa tha 3ee turc beicg delivered. A Tax JudsincEt. Cincinnati, Dec. 30. The action brought in the U. S. Courts against the mills cf W. Sauer, principal, and CharlesW. Buchanan and Levi J. Workum, sureties, of which men tion wa3 made yesterday, was for the recovery cf delinquent taxes amount icg to about f 15,000, and not for the whole turn of the bond, 83,000, a3 was generally stated. The weather is much warmer to day, with a west wind to night, and i ad i cations cf rain. Therao er 43 at Up. 31. Ths Colored Population. Washington, December 30. It ap pears from returns made at the Cen sus Ofuce that .he colored population in 1S70, in 1.030 couaties, is 1,507,011. In ISoO, the colored population in the same counties, was 1,411,402. The gam is a little over 4 per cent.; and leaving out the Northern States, which aro included, the total gain would be less than three percent. Iwo Fires. 'Helexa, M. T., December 30. -A fire broke out at 8 p.m. yesterday, in an unoccupied tw story frame build ing oa Wood St; w2t, but was extin guished before much loss. It is sup posed to have been ' the work of an incendiary. The Fish Creek plage stable, seventy-five miles eoutb, was burnt lst evening. Nine horses, including the race horse Missouri Roan, thirty tn; of bay aad four setts of harness were burned. Served !Um S'glil. Detroit, December 30. James Egao, who committed a rape some weeks since upon Ellen C. McEwen, was sentenc;d, to-day, to the peniten tiary for life. ISTaUIiAIICS. FmsT-CLASS IMSUAMCE. 152 EroE-way, New Tor.S Csli A?. art. - $I,tO0,OOO fyi II I fKKI.IM HiEW TORK . Company, with lie Mnuo.v Dollaks Capitai, aud nea'.y u i,lou Burpiue, feuowo la KVANSVIULiE FOS ITS EQUITABLE RATjES, FAIR DEAL1NU AND PROMPT PAY MENT OF ALL LOSSES, Offers to iskure all classes of rbJ against At ratss !w LOW as any other Company of its ciaas. Poi'ii l35toli:irM Are Invited to caii and se! onr low and revised Tariit' for 1870, C. . OlfcE W, Agt.. NO; 2 MAIN STREET, novl5-lf Life Association OF &. ii.ui t0 in tM vw; ALLEN C. ,TALL0C, District Ag'L PARENT OFFICE, St. Loui?, Mo. ETANSVILLE DISTRICT. OFFICE-NO. 4 North First St. OFFICERS : J.3. JAQOF.S, President, W. L. FP-KNCH. Vice President. ALLKN C. HALIXK, Sec-retxry . CH AS. DKN'BY. jUllorneu. G. E. WALK.KK, M. U., MeduMU ximiner. EXECUTIVE committee: C.Clement., James Hleeln. G. B. Wamer, M. D., H. O Babcocff, W. E. French, P. Hemouln. J. Q,. Jiilier, Each of the following named gentlemen, Trustees of the Indiana Department, holds a policy in the Abwciatios ior the nam of t 10,000. VAJS'SYILLE. (i. B. Wnlker. M. D., Allen C. Hallock, H. O. Dabcook, Charles Denby, M. A. biiopard, W. K. Frenoh, C. Cieraent, d. H. S?cbmit, Hiraio E. Head, P. Heinonlo, J. Q. if Slier, John 11. Morgan, vvtii. W. Morgan. eo. L. Dixon, Jno. J. HinKicb, L'jnlsTopf, J.M.Jaqaess. 1. Haas, N. B. Hy ward, K. C Wachen, K. IS. Baboocfc, ii is. Long, James 81 eein, Jjsepil Turaock. Francis J. HeifB, " It is a pureiv rualcal Association, ta wnicb a:i ue orefifn are divided equitably anions the members, and no part of them absorbed by Stock holders. For this reason it can iusureat lower rats, aud py larger divldenda, man any Western or boaiberu COMPANY. ALLEN C. HA LLOCKT, Aeent, No. 4 Nortb b t -o-fw-t. 3W CAH,D. " H. K. LITTELL, Attorney sxt Iw, livansvllle, lad. Office on Third (Street, nesr Main, over tbe rear oi'Brid well Drua Store. Will prac tice iu tbe state aad Federal Courts beld at f;vau-iviiie, and coile.-t claims ia Sontb. Indiana and Eioutbern Kentucby. o,-ci--...u J. lltlLlIXCSWtiETlI, Attorney iit Law, EVAXSVILL! , II. Will practice iu aU the Courts in tbe city and adjacent counties; also in tbe U. tj. Courts. Orilce on Tbiri (Street, near tbe Uou 1 1 H.ocaa. novai-3ta wm. r. fakkktt. i.-k e wood, lUUULTT & U'0S, Attorneys at Ia.w Office l-orner Th'.rd and Loca;tSts., KVANSVTI.LB, INI). Wiil praci ici io ail t Lie Federal and State Conria. Particular attention given to col lections. rj-ivl-sai W. P. SAESiiAVfi, ATIOBNKY fit rWf. OSce on Tblrd fetreet, in Waablngtoa Hont Block. Wiil practlee i varum Cocrts c f tbe Oiioait.. Prompt attention given to t'niiriea?. J. B. SrER. ) f W. FREO. SMITH, Kvausviiie. f " Formerly of Mlia RUCKER : MITH, Attorneys at l,v, North side Tbird tt., bei. Wain & Locu-o., flTarisvllle. Indiana. - Ail busiaws promptly attended to. Will have ietif.i connections for Collections InMJss.. Ky., Tenn., Lid.. Hi., Ala. ocl-Sia AX? r-2 !!... . -. A -K . A. JL l j rEUFKlETOtt TUZ SAW MIT, I A.t tha Soata cf Pigeon UittM fclvaaevillfs, Iudlnca. Manufaclnrer and Dealer In all kinds oi Poplar, Oak, As it, Gum sd Wsiaat Lumber, Lalh and fcliiagles. wr Orders lea at Klt & Hasey'a Fob a dry wiil be promp jy attended to, mall UU TO Xlk. CORNER OF AIN & WAT2K 3T.., Ti'hcro jo- can be suppU&i with aa arti cle of w-i c'.saned COAL at lowetst pnm. on?. ti. i(v. ? oil ii ? 1 Fin I III I 1 "ft Hi! Mumhhn.im r , r, . M 4j s t te J3 a t 1 ! r r, mm mm 1870. tj it jjt:xa. few It-rS Cold ana EtocS K&rttt. By Teleereph.l Nw Yonx, Dec 80. Gold has been flriner, rp,ngtai from 10 i 10;,. Tbe rates pa.d lor carrying were troTa7ter cent, jjold to l-lti. Clearances atout flii.000.OW. Gov trnment securities were very strong;, and base advanced from M to A cen- erai ioaproveioent in pricea la expected as soon an money becomes e;vsy. . Stocks were stronr; fend active; the clos- lag prices were the biebest oi tbe day, Kock Island and North Wewern, were tbe features, and led the list oa the upward turn. ony was less active aad not bo etrin - gent aa yesterday. Tbe direct dealings were at t per cent, currency to gold. In - terest aad Ktocfcs were turned at irom l- to l-lti. Btate bonds ba-ebeen verydull with tha exception of Tenneasee new and oic, wn'ch were c.aite active and strong. i itHA.vc s.-hteriins b. Conponii iwi ..... l"-.-! l.-O. l.i b2.. i"A 1st .. J-ew HjT4 i. Bo. i)o. Bo. l:-T-4 ....1(S' ui a Ill .....I'Jftal 110 ( lS-,7, Ho. 1U-4U9 Currency -tuxes Sc.? Torfc Market. By Tbiegrapli.l ' Kiw Yokk, Lee. .10. Cotton Quiet aaduactiacged;inldd;ing upian -ta 15Sgc. Fi.oi:k liull but unchanH ; rewipti 7.Ct bbls; 6uperCne,weitern and Stale fa 85 (ai 85; common aua extra (j 10tB 25; good lo cuolce citato u -o 65: wtl.e w estern eitra i7 w. extra Onia tt 70; Kt. Louis ii 15 us. -Hst Fiopr Unchanged. Cr-c.N Meal- Firmer; Brandy wine II 35. Vt Hissr Dull at i?iK..iio. W heat -Lull but uucbanged; receipts 5.450 bushels; new spring Si ii.l 42; re.d ainbor l w; wbdie Michigan SI W. Hyb Quiet and nncbanged. Hakik Lull but unchaiighd, BiKLur JiT-Ciuiet. Corn Dnii; receipts 6,830 fcashels; No. 2 76.arsc; yellow 73S2. Oats iuii but uncbauKed ; receipts 4.0C0 bbsueia. XiAT Firm at fl 1531 20 for snipping; 1 ",1 o5 at retail. ii .) Unchanged. Cofkeb Qnie' assd onchanged. C6aM-steady with a moderate demand; Cuba i0X-Li;4. iSiobAft-iS4 alcaciy witb a moderate de amiid ; JVew Orleans 65720. Blt-M Unchatiged. pEi-aoi-icrst crade lie ; refi aed sr,. E.-s Pokk Irregular at fr'iiy i; new, 119 75-.9; prime mess porK, 8i7ajl7 25; ubr tJ...i. to iff Mem, 810iI5: extra, ?15J1S; Bruoked bef bans, Sg31. Cur Hun lluil; plain hams, 10K'11Sc; shoulders, 7ia'i;c; middies heavy; tnort rib muidieg, mo. Lako Heavy; steam, UJZQWAc; kettle, l'i.Kawo. iso'iTsa Quiet and unchanged. C'HBESB Uji6B. riaclnnatl Market. By Telegraph. CiKCUfNAW, Deo. UO. Cottos Steady with a moderate de mand; middling lV-i. Flour steady with a moderata de raand ; family io )-366i. Wbsat-Iu lair demand bat at lower rates; aalea u.tSl 153117. CoRjt Lemand good at full prices; sale at Mrtjol'j. Kis-steady with a moderate demand at S-jc. OAIS-Lall and prices drooping; No. 2 -.ARi.KT-Otjraand good at full pricsa; fall 9Ufjitl ; noting f i l to. bR-tEisiEs-.-steady; sugar 9312c; coffee lv- jc; oioiaKsei iiJ.jTOc. Oils Hteady, Fogs Dud and drooping at 30c. BUITEK-Uud and drooping as504;U. CiiEKas-Q-ilet and aochaiiaod. Cxovicii tefcito I)eri,and fair and price advanced to tlljgil 50. Pohk in iair deoiand bnt at lower prices; sales l.OuO bbls ai 819 to, ail casn. bat the great portion of porit to be de livered iu Bixly days, ana heace at 6jii6r' option. Labi Dnil and droopins; askluz price hulk. Meats Quiet and unchanged; asking price 7S!4c Hoos Duli and drooping, closing flat at mno 50; reoeipts 5,7i,-A Cirken AIkats iiull and drooping; 8houiders6(.il4c; sides Sic. jhf A MS-lOiapiOJic. "Whisky eteudy with a moderato de mand at S7c. io lliii. LxJ iiAicoa Steady. Si. LnslK Mar&ei. Bj Telegraph 8t. Louis, Dec. 30. Oorms-Otill and prlcoa nominal at lie FboCit Qnletand r ncbangeo. VVhat Firm and c!od Ic higher; No. 2 red winter 81 28; No. 1 1 31. Corns liemanagofd at full orices; mir ed in on.16. l;i !&.;; yellow 75Hi, the latter ior fancy. Oats I a Eooi demand at fnii nriwu- saies at 3iris w;- in bala ; JvLlGc kacKed. HAKLKY-ooe la tnarit. Kye --Sraree and firra at P,ii8l3. Hkikwises-bteaay ftt 89o. 'i'obaoeo, hemp and bagging are nom inal. FHOvmroNS-Ia only a !lmifd jobbing demand; pora nomloal atSlS'li o; l .-.i ,) poantia ioone dry aait bum snouiders, at QuLncy, to be doltvered here oa the open lug of navigatioa at 9: bacon lower; ciear rib 11 Viell ; clear Bides 12312. Lard Koiulual at li;4. lloos-Flrui, racgias team 508 40, chief ly at &i Z533 i). tljJcago Mar&et. By Te'eitraphJ Ckicaso, Dec. 30. ExcHiUJGE Unchanged, J loub superfine rtpimg quiet. Whjeat No. 2 Ciucago tprii?!? is fairly active and steady, cioaics at Si 07;; this afternoon it was active at f I (Wajl us-. Corn No. 2 opsned duij, but ciodbd firm at, il'--i'!iV,i, Oats-No. 2 qu'.et and firm, closing at 59c. Ri k -No. 2 quiet at Tic. Bables' No. 2 more uctiveat 7st"lc. HtUHWisju-Jiomlcai at ftiMV,e, FKov.rjiioKS Firm and steady. Mess pork cloned at fib 25. Lahd IIJ4C Ho&s -Dressed are easier, cIosingatS5 90; live boa opened acilve and clot,eil dm! at. 85 aQigifsO. . Sen fork Dry tiooda KarKet. By TeJeKrsrjh.l New Yobit. Dm. m. Tbeie in but little change ob-eived in prl- J i 01 eispie KuiiuH.iiartei b prints nave ad vanced to lie for fancies and llic for ruby green and Swiss ruoies; hprajjue a fancies are sf iil Milling at ibc, purples and jioks at l'.fi asil4c; AmMHehg at H'e; iiarner Oo's. ubirtiogs at 10c; Hamilton fancies at lis; Wasningion cambrics at "J-;' --.'; A tickings 15a; Ouiega il do at 21)0; Lawislon A do at 20j; PI ii-aeid do at 7Jvis; U!as eow KiDgbams ai i4e:. caled onia do 12'Ac; Hamiiton deiniues ISc.; Pacifle corded al-pac--a 2JV-ic ; Mason villa and S .tera cam. -ii'Js !licgiUio cjmmoa and big - colors. Merr.phU ariet. By Telegraph. MwrHia, Dec. 33. Cottos Middling scarca and firm at 14' e; receipts lor the day 2,365 oaiea; shlp 10 1-u is. 2.44J bales; receipta for tbe weeK, lt,2i0 bales; FbiprnentH for the Week, 2i,6-"-5 bales; sales, li,S5u bates; inock on hand. &1.014 baie : last year, 20,C2J bales. Fmce- Unchanged. Conn-Mcarce and firm. Oats Steady with a moderate demand. Eras Market baru. i ons Dull and prices nominal. Iahb-Iuli but uoeiiauned. Bulk Meats-Quiet aud weak; tho&I dera 7ic ; aides OJyajioyje. LcnUvllle MsrEgt, By Telegraph, Lowisvixi, Dec 30. Tobacco Quiet and firm: sa'es of JS bbda at 15 75atj 50 for luga ; 86 75(10 for low to medium leaf. Baggijg Qaiot and ateady at 25 26c. Corxos Dull and ueciincd; iud.iog ij'io. H-oiiR-Demand fair and market firm; extra family to i5. Nothing done in grain. Hogs Scarce and firai; sales of light and extrs. heavy at So J7. Paovisio-i-la "but liftle demand and prices wean ; mess pork J9 50; lard 12c; ba con shoulders 10c: clear rlo luo : ciear Hides r:; : imiii shoulders 7o; clear sides 10 '4- W Hisar- irm at S7.So, BashTllle Marfcet. By Telegraph. Nashvii.i,b. Dec. 30. Cotton Dull; lew middling livjc Bins M cati Ciear sides Fc; clear ribbed IO340: f-homdeis 74. PoKK-Kump 815. 1 akd i."-;.- JBacox aagar cured haws 174o. COKN 7'JC ATfl-55e. WHEAi-M'i!!. FbOUa-SiS'io. Sew Orieaoi MarketT By Telegraph. New Oeliafs. Dec 30. Cottos steady, with a moderate de mand; middiing U'Wio.. Fr-nt'K-buperCae winter $5 50; XX 15 So; XXX M. co bn No. 1 mixed TOc ras-I1 30. Kay Prime !K); choice 13132. Mwii Pok ;d si. faco. .-moulder 12c; clear rib 13c; idea l.ivic; sugar cored tianis nwie. I xcuano! leriig la; sight exchange on New ork s;i ula uuut, Gol-D 111. Xuropean Markets. 3y Teiegraph.J Losdos, Dec 30. Consols 0la31Ta. Bonds firmer; 0. 8. Coo pons of 1), e; '65a. .?; '87,; KV40B, S7i, Istocka steady; Krie, 1&J; Illinois Central, H-iK! AtJaulic A Great Western, 2SS. Linseed oil 2. IdTEROPOi,, Dec. 30. Cotton qiflet and nncaanged , saiea i2; vb e. of wntch 2,C1 were lor eJrport and speculation; tock afloat llil.O.O; American 855.OJ0; aais for ibe week G4,(W; exoort 8,000; specuialioa 2,'XO: stock oa faand-37,t'X); Araericnn 000; receipts S5.hj ; American 7a,wu. biead stutfi and provisions unchanged. H A , A victim ot early c-ii-.iijg tierioim deDi:- i. iu-: iiJt piei- I'.uret'-tny, h v;i tried in vaui eve. y a l v'e -t.i d leiuuoy, hin a Him pi n-ias ".' s i rvf, wi.:jU be will nistid f.-" ins is. 'pvi ttt.i. Adir J, , iLl-L-f, 7s aau eirtt, Haw Yotm. lle...'J tj wOd CLOTHING. L'i Jwk B I I ; j 1 j j i i ' I f ! i w o ti M O 1 O 1-5 M W ft 2 w p r1 m b, HtrjH . r3 ta k4 l , irJ m S H o O 3 O fcr w m G3 CO hi O id 1-3 O Q O 2 9 4 tr" 5 o a o s 0 o m t 1- m h J n K is. 1 fi i -3 O Q Pi o 4 W H3 W H H W 09 H P t"1 O a tn o CO si O M W H , P S P a O r-3 X Y o So. 31 Main St., EvansTille. Secure rJ7iorets. HAMILTON OPSEA HOUS2 DRAWING ! To TaJte Place December 31. Capital Prize, 100,000 ADDRESS: OPEitA HGOSS COMMISSIONERS, Hamilton, Ohio. -V. 13. McLEAN, AGENT OF THE- G-Tdsxt IlaxtiiltosiL OPERA HOUSE DRAWING. J Call oa him Immediately Ha xiov29-6weod BLEMKE; Excelsior 1ILLI1AN & CO., Stove Works. WHOLEDALS MAStTFACfCaERS OF Stoves, Castings, Hollow-Ware, Tin Ware, And Dealers in Tinners' $toel. Sample Room. No. 14 Second Street, JKvaiifcvillc, IoI- nov22-ly ALEX. H. rOSTEII, roekpacksr; Carer of Choioa F. C. Fsuis AND BREAKFASTBACON, WATER AND LEE" STItK-TA. Kvansville. Ind. DOv22-tf JOHN 1VIN30X, BHAS3 F0DSPSR AND Fli-MBHEi; Bteaai and yas-rlpe Titter. Macnfactrirer and Dealer In t'-m;n aad Vat.er Gauti, Hpitr and P..bitt Metal, and ail Articles nr. per taining Ui a Brass Foundrv. ftltAMBOAt AJffl ELU SMITHING, Water 8f jt? ct, bet. Pine and laet. EVANSV1L1 r.. 1N1. ol-iorold 1 'oil r-t) r Krit ,,n Kccky Ionlain I'obbler. Ij. SEE LEY,. The Greet n. o fj j rsr Mountain Z5I$Klt, Mav be found at r rf i " ' . , . 1- - ..i-.", ,u i l.il of ail. As for oi l tluinz. be- cannot ba purpasseii la tt.e Vv'et-t. Give l.liii a call. The ti of ref.Uy-mauO Boots atd fcjhotm. oc;"-iy ' llarkwell & Ilaryey, SDSGE0N3 AND 05TH0PEJ3L3TS OFFICS. Third Street, Over 3eifey & Kura. ' Orns. ort2r.:m Executor's Kotlee. -"TOTICE ih iir.nr.tiT ;"fvtv. tht i to UTiiiunlfii'u It-is trf i h o",1 t-d Ho no-,' fl , an i i- u urn iua liiM, i li. i t- -i .e., lent of turn o- .Xi., Jii'jis - Ail ocrsoii baviog t'tattutr. muim tu e r' v-i i ; i? " . . . i .r a O '"11 . .1 ,i i - l 1 i- f wla a v I 1 iim e 1 - - ii. it li j ,i ii f " 'X; -. ' ' ; I i x 1 ' I j . !'- s 'I . - - ESTABLISHED, 1831. Fire and Inland , 3 lu i la laf jLf I i The S ecunty Znou -OF- 2riilV YORK. Cash Capital, - - $1,000,000. Nearly Ono Million Snrplca. This well known Fire and InlcI In snranceUoioiiaay, ot?'ra ita Policies to tbe Cilieeng of Fvaonvllle aod vicinltt , at rates comtnenaurata with the hbsiard incurred. DWELLINGS Insured at Low Gates. Shippers will find this Jeadirisf Inland Company a desirable one for JUVKK IN SURA NCR, as to its prompt aud honora ble settlement of Louses, the Aifent refers to MH--S8KS. Bi,oi;st & CoM PKEiON RkoTB JtBS, WHEKXKB & KffKH, MAKK, WaBKHS Co., KesNtor & Bito., ana all others who have had losaee nucer Security Pol cie. Open Inland Policies furnlsfced oil ep pUoation. C li. DBE IV, Agent, No. 2 Main titrect, Uec20 Kvftueviiie, Ind. Tried by Fire and found True. International 1 h TlT II ill i t . i -I r . , r 7 VjmS? w a mat OF pp j ! lis O L NEW YOKK. Cask Capital -Cash Surplus - $500,000 - 832,15G SI, 332, 156 The experience of the tst year has deraouhtrated that Insuraooo t'ompanien having OaII C&r'talaud C AH II Hurplnn, are worthy of public cob fi deuce. THE 1 .X1- UXA JTIO X At, Of New York, by its promp?; settlement of losses, fair dealing and equitable rate, has commended iisoll te ibe support of bu-.ineis men, everywhere. Full lines upon devlrabio riks accepted. O. K. llBr.W, Agent, dec20 No. 2 Main Htraet. Patronize Westora , Institutions! Ivaijville Itim iicIj . American Central INSURANCE COMPANY, Authorlzil Capital, - - $10,000,003. CENTRAL OFFICE, ST. LOUIS, MO. M. J. BRA T, rrtil-nt. A.LLEX C. JIAhLOCJC, Manager. LOCAL DIRECTORS. H. O. B ABCOCK, Louw Toi-f. 1. C. Kkller, W. M. AKI.V, Gbo. ZaHarAi).', U Cu dr. M. J. Bray, IJ. H. 1.A5PI18AK, Fkko. W. Cook, ATKOSY LJ- i-, A. vv. Cabpi n raa, Wm. F. is 1 bet, K. U. Van Kipkb. Jams.1 K. M i nor, Gko. ti. tsTicKWSi.rJ,liia.Mir K. Wf.i.ls, AUiKHll. UALLOCC, J MO. J . HI NZICII, It. rt. T-SNur, H. M. .SffKniaKii, H. K. GiLBBRT. JA3. Ij. OrtK, C, II. MriKllirF, CAlblM PlttSTOK, L. KDiF.vKB.Jr., T. J. HObt.ING3WOKTH. OTHER STOCKHOLDERS. A. W. Sidebottoio, Cbaa. Babcock, Karo'i L. CurnicB, Frank D. Alien, Peter Frlck, Herman Fngie, Daniel Aiorzan, Francis Mobr, N. F. Carr fe Co., B. J.Day, Peter Girojrer, Hlraiu F. Ke-vd, 'i'opf, Iong & C., O. T.J en kiUH, J. B. Masker, C li. tviiio Jacob binzScu, ii, U. Martin, John t-iuana-iln, John iialy, K. C. Mlcgst, Gubbart H. Bchraitd, FratiK D. Caldwell, si. Fvans, Kicbara itaielgh, K. II. Kellogg, Ueorsje. M, Oardnar, '.v. K. iioiilncaworina Osbcirn Helliy, laaac Kin, Peter Mnler.Wm. W. Morgtin,!. J. Brri(i(e, J. Aaa.ro Miller, Vaientme Dietrich, Geo. A. BiUrOiff, fci lioitticher, Jooa J. Koach. BRANCH OFFICE, No. 4 North First Street, EVAN8VILLE, IND., ALI.LM C. UALLOCK, AareuC- Comer of Fourt and Locust Sts., EVANSVILL1-, 3a prepared to Gum, Btralshten, K'-.ootb ml r-ei-forui Iie" on KH i rv ewTlptioa. Al. r.. .it w 1 1 .K r. e r'i.'d ii i:.,rt.-'.'Li. Ilk l,i i ..-A l-ull ;.. .u. -c ; fca,w. Orders from a attended to. A-diretnP, viiln. Ind. tanoe promptly Box 241, l.v .t.s rirtv pi o CABBIAO J. ii. Ga. r. L. GMU jr. i$ oxii-Krv co., eSBIAl ' EMuTAGTgaS3 SVanit-tor Ornaaoeata at Cincinnati pria Hain Strezt, bet. IxUh and Sicih, iM-iwin Kyinfno,!,,. ii - Zzlluvz at A. ti i, - - ii j- t 1 1 t - i i I s t V I. WJ.il '! t il C(.f 117 i r N j mi . I v i,i l ' .I.'', in -a ). f t 1 hudsp: iOli! r. V. ' r " : --4 r i n i i ! Ct c;- m ij CJ t - i I ; - .11 1J4... G ? " J. i J hi O , o f o Ct ; O r 'i ,. 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