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EVA KOSTDAT . .7.7. ..8EPT MBER 21 THE FUNNY CORNER IN AFr-KtTlSG POEM. Once lian. lii Poor Jonathan Snow Away did go All on the rauii ui u With other males All for to ketch wales A nore co e hock ag" The wind b!oo hi, The billera tost 1 All hands were lt. And he was one, A spritelv lad. Nigh 21." Asking for a Pass. The Buffalo Courier tells the following anecdote of a prominent railroad gentleman, who is equally renowned for his ability to make and take a joke. A railroad employee, whose home is in Avon, came one Sat urday night to ask for a pass down to visit his family. " Yon are in employ of the railroad ?' inquired the gentleman alluded to. " Yes." u Yoa receive your pay regularly?'' " Well. Now suppose you were work ing for a farmer instead of a railroad. would you expect your employer to hitch up bis team every baturuay night and 1 his This seemed 'a poser, but it wasn't ! Xo." said the man promptly. "I wouldn't ' . , . .f, J , , . . expect that: but if the farmer had his I iaiu uucuea up. anu was going; my way I should call him a darned mean cuss if j he.wpuW not J :a- " r Mr. hmplovae came out three minutes afterward with a pass in his sock, good for twelve months. Some young rsen. traveling on horseback among the White Mountains, became exceedingly thirsty, and stopped for milk at a house by the roadside. They emptied every basin that was offer ed, and still wanted more. The woman of the house at length brought out an enormous bowl of milk, and sat it down on the table, saying " One would think, gentlemen, that you had never been weaned." Mv son, would yon think that the Lord's prayer could be engraved within the space no larger than the area of a dime? "Well, yes, father; if a dime is as large in every man's eye as it is in yours, I think there would be no difficul ty in putting it on about four times." j6PThe typhoid fever is very malig-) nant at Yicksburg. If that city were I garrisoned with negro soldiers, as it j ought to be, thousands of valuable lives would be saved. Are not those who op pose the employment of acclimated ne gro soldiers in the South, in order to save the feelings of traitors, the delib erate Ml'KDEttERS OF OCR WHITE SOL DIKES? Nash. Union. At a revival meeting in this State an impulsive Dutchman was present In progress of the meeting, Dutchy's feel ings become overpowering, and swinging his hat, he exclaimed: " Hurrah for Shesus, he is der feller!" The effect wa3 electrical, the serious countenances giving place to merry ones. 'v.i,.itanii two hundred and ninetv fust werse ." -Hold up Doctor!" shouted one of his hearers ; " you have got on de wrong book ; you mean the pistol cf Timolhv, I s'pose ? The preach er hesitated a moment with a very pro found look, and said: "Well, I must cave in dis time ; thougli I knowed dat de text was some where among de rrras- ses. Tompkins says that a " widder is a married woman what's got no husband, kos he's dead, and a widdower is a feller as runs after widders. Bill's a genius. GROCERIES. "V"EW ORLEANS SUGAR 65 hhds. fair to - s prime, for sale low by 8. E GILBERT CO. RIO COFFE t 140 sacks prime for sale by S. E. GILBERT A CO. TABLE SALT 50 sacks, of 60 small bags each, for sale by S. E. GILBERT A CO. NO. 1 HERRING DO bcaes received and for sale by best nualitv just S. E. GILBERT A CO. FRESH RICE 5 tierces just received ; for sale by SJS. GILBERT 00. GOVERNMENT NORTHERN PITCH lObbls for sale by S. E. GILBERT A CO., Ko. 4 Sycamore Street. SVKL'P 100 bbls., different brands, for sale low by S. E. GILBERT A CO. FRESH NUTS 35 bbls. Almonda, Brasll Nuts, English Walnuts and Filbrts ; just received and for sale by S. E. GILBERT A CO. FRESH FIGS 600 just received by Irums very choice quality S. E. GILBERT A CO. iiAiaiAa ou wuoie, half and quarter hoxM hest n. ti. and Layer just received by S. E. GILBERT A CO. SARDINES cases halves and quarters for lor aala by 8. E. GILBERT A CO. MADDER 1 cask and for sale by prime Dutch just received S. E. GILBERT A CO. INDIGO 500 pounds best quality for sale by S. E. GILBERT A CO., No. 4 Sycamore Street. GAPS- 5 bxs Fancy Toilet Soap ; 5 bxa Bath " 5 bxs Jenny Lind Toilet Soap ; 5 bxs Castile Toilet Soap ; 6 bxs Shaving 5 bxs Palm - 5 bxs Almond Soap ; Just opened at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. JELLIES 50 dozen assorted Jeilies at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. PICKLES SO doz assorted, 1 gallon jars, Pickles : 80 H " " JlaWlPHlVu at fcfrlloT-TS Family Grocery. CHOW CHOW 10 doz, I gallon jars, Chow Chew : 10 doz, J4 " ' 10 doz, Just received at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. flTOOSm BOWLES SOO neats of Wuodan V V Bowles, Maple and Sugar Tree, at No. 22 Main Street. G1 BOUND PEPPER f 20 dozen Ground Pepper; 20 ' Albjpice ; 20 " Ginger; 10 9 Cinnamon. At Ko. 22 Main Street. tUGAK BUCKETS 15 Sugar Buckets at dozen assorted sizes No. i Main Streol. HHDS. CHOICE N. O. SUGAR AT ELLIOTT S Easily Grocery. EBMAN SOAP r 20 boxes German Soap ; 20 boxes Mottle Soap ; 10 bxs Erasive Snap ; At ELLIOTT'S Family Grooery. POWDER 500 kegs Dupont's Biastinr Powder ; 300 kegs Dupout's Rifle Powder ; 4 kegs Minie " " (.00 ' Blasting Powder; In store and for sale ct No. 22 Main Street. X I I cases Canister Dnpoct's Rifle J' J cases Canister Minie Powder at Powder; 60 ELLIOTT'S family Grooery. CHURNS 6 den Oder Churns ; 6 dozen White Pine Churns ; S dozen common Churns ; at At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. EDER "PAILS 2 dozen Red Cedar Pails ; 2 dozen White Cedar Pails -, 2 dozen Varnished Cedar Pails ; 2 dozen Horse Cedar Pails ; just received at ELLIOTT'S Family Grooery. DOZEN NURSERYCHAIS AT ELLIOTT'S Family Groeerj . BASKETS -Baskets at 26 dozen assorted seizes Clothes ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. MARKET BASKETS SO dozen assorted Mar ket Baskets at No. 22 Main Street. BW ORLEANS SUGAR i.1 10 bbds Drime aud mhoke$ New Oreaus Bu- I l.d.. . g-iod and fair New Orleans Sugar ; oie, and to arrive, at II. A. COOK'f. In store PEPPER A SPICE 5 bars Pepper ; 2 Spice ; At H. A. f OOH'H sept SUGAR Loaf, Croabed and Powdered Sugars tn bbls. just received and for sale hr X. OIL BERT A CO. OMMERCIAli. KS V ttlfe7 WKOLKS ALE MARK ET. Evansville, Saturday, Sept. 19. Tit. ta-: liu lecu another dull w ek in tin' M'iineM of the city, and bnt few trail : oS- rerJv DrrGoodiaud Grwerie biisimv lias ban active, and many heavy sales have km made. MONEY U more excited, ami ttes are tending upward. MOLD i ftrmer at 8SK0 cents, but transaction are .uita limited SILVER ia a shade better, nud may be quoted at l.'.'JO ccnta FL"UR is qniet and steady, at 4 V" 1,r best family and trade brands. WHEAT dull and tiut mncli doing, au I price am nominat at 80c for Red and 85a for White. CORN advanced to "5; none offeriii". OAT8 advanced to loote. RYE afcatVr at 6570 BARLEY dull at ?lrl 06. POTATOES stiv.dy at 90c (8151. CORN MEAL 7V. WHITE BEANS firmer at SI T5S no. FRUIT quiet and steady, with a large supply. GREEN APPLES are plenty at 3i40 DRIED APPLES nominal at 75e5I. GREEN Ft ACHES sAandant at MftaSl, ecotd- i:ig to quality. DRIED PEACHES nomiua! at ?1 75a2 00 FLAX SEEP lower nud nominal at 51 16. TIMOTHY SEED steady at f i O0go 2o. Cf OVER SEED None clunajMI hands and prices nominal. BUTTER scarce at 20a2oc. CHEESE Him at 11012c for Western Kcserve, and 9ioc tor country l" and HAMS firm at 10al24. MKsS p0KK heU firmiy nt 513.13 so. declined to $16 fer baled. be ..el. LARD adTaneed and steady at OalOc. GROCERIES are firmer, and prices hare an up- ward tendency. COFFEE firm at 30($31c. SUGAR steady and firm at 12 4al4c. MOLASSES steady at 55Goc. WHISKY in demand and firm at 47a4S. WOOL nominal at 5257c. Cincinnati Markets. ? Cincinnati, Sept. 19 . I The absence of the uxual dispatches from New York checked business on change. FLOUR unchanged and firm. WHEAT rather bettor, and firm, at 031 00 I tor red, and 1 lStftl 20 for Indiana white, i CORN held at 73, but no advance was estab lished. OATS advanced to 3&3io4. and in good demand. BARLEY advanced to 1 30al :r. for fall, and ; 1 2(al 25 for spring. WHISKY 48. and firm, j One hundred thousand barrels clear bulk side i sold at C1, and lirm but quiet market in provis- Ions generally. LARD held at Hie. GROCEKLRS buoyant aud demand active. GOLD advanced to 32. SILVER unchanged. The demand fur Exchange continues active at previous rates. Xew York Market. Kiw Youk, Sept. 19. j COTTON Arm at 7u71 for middling uplands. JLOL'R again advanced fully 10c. iier barrel, ; with a brisk demand for export and lioiue con- . sumption, at 5 105 2o for extra state; 5 50 j 5 75 for common to good. Stripping brands, ex- i tra R. H. O., 6 807 15 .for trade brands; do- ; sins; firm with no sellers at inside prices. WHISKY asbade lower at 4950. WHEAT excited and fuily two cents better ; with brisk demand for exporv and borne use, at. 98(81 W for old choice spring; 1 SiG for choice , new; I 031 20 for Milwaukie; 1 2ll 27 for j winter red western : 1 40 for white weslern. CORN excited, and two cents better, at 76Q78c for shipping mixed western. OATS dull and lower. PORK opened .iiiet, :'.ud rinsed a aliade firmer at 1212 75 for old mess, and 1 1 28V for new. LABD apeued a shade firmer, with sales lit lo1 Xew York Money N . v. Market. York, Sept. 19. ; firmer at 1 48(S j Money easy at ' tal expert specie r(Si5. St-rlin: ...... . i .-. ..V S-1G4,D. COMMISSION HOUSE. SCHNEIDER & ZTJBERBIER, (Successors to Schneider ,t Wise,) Coiiimission Merchants For the sale of all kinds of Western I?ioclviee5 PI-OIR, BACON, PORK, LARD, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bntter, Eggs, &c. Corner Lafayette, New Levee and Fulton Streets, NEW aug2A-Gm ORLEANS, LA. A atts, Given A Co., j Crane & Bbowh, Paducah, Ky., Evansville, Ind. Hardino, Given & Co., St. Louis, Ho. WATTS, CRANE & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 45 Biioan Stbeet, A'Eir YOBK CITY. Wt have opened a House in the city of New York for the sale of Tobacco and Western Produce, Under the name of WATTS, CRANE A CO. Jlr. D. Watts, of the firm of Watts, Given & Co. f Paducah, long familiar with Tobacco, "will take -harge of that department of our business, nnd Mr. I. Crane, of Crane and Brown, Evansville, will aKe cnarge ol the .rroduce busiuess. may21 WATTS, CHANE & CO. T" CaX- F. M. Hr-MPHRET. COX & HUMPHREY, Forwarding & Commission Merchants, Steamboat Agents, WHARF - BOAT" PROPRIETORS, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. We have taken the Grey Eaple Wharf Boat, and isk of our friends a continuance of theirpatronage. On of us will be found aboard both day and nijht to attend to the wants of shippers. aepl iDAMS EXPRESS COMPANY New Arrangement. rHE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY "RE SPECTFULLY announce to their friends and .atrocs, the pubUc ofEvansvfIle:rnd vicinity that, ith increased finalities for the transportation f Freight, Packages, money and Valnables, rhey solicit a continuance of former farorR. Es pecial care taken In the collection of Bills, Draft Sat . and the transportation of small aud valua- ila packaged. ' All persons wisnmg to avail themselves or t acilities of the Express, c-m obtain any aaired in ormation in reftrence to the routes and details of jhe business, at their office on First street, betwect Mam and Locust. Jy JCHAS. WENTZ, Agent. C- partnership. tXTE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH v W us, in the Forwarding and Commission bns ness, Mr. R. K. Dnnkersoa, formerly of the firm )f Slanghter A Dnnkursou, under the firm name c 3rane, Brown A Co. C8ANE A BROWN nor 2n I" WH. BROWX. B. K. DCN'KEKPOM CRANE, BROWN & CO., Forwarding and Commission Mei-chants. AND Jpecial Railroad Agents. Give through receipts and make liWral caak ad ances on shipments of. Produce and Tobacco to .iew York. CRANE, BROWN A CO. Evansville, Nov. 20th, 1861. iKO. Foarr.B. A. H. Fostee. Vm. a. Gwvn. GEO. FOSTER & CO., Whole- le Grocers, Produce and Provision Merchants, C0H.VH Or LOCI ST STEEKT AMI THE c A.A1 ang9 EVANSVILLE, IND. s. a cluu. B. r. BALI. Aj;D. M YLIiKE. w. s. McCLTJRE & CO., PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OF Butter, Cheese, Lard, Eggs, Beans, Peas, Dried Prints, Flour and Provisions, 2SO Fulton St. , Op. Washington Market, NEW YORK. REFERENCES. Gem W. White, Cash. Meclianic's Bank, Brook lyn, New Yoik. Hon Horatio Ballard, Sec. State of New York. Wia. Crippa, Pres. Standard Ins. Co. New York. A. H. Ballard, Ypsilauti, Michigan. J. L. Kelly, Milwaukee, Wisoonsin. R. II. Huntington, Adam's IrO Co. N. Y. J. H. Hoed, Ulica, New York. Hon. Henry J Raymond, " Nsw York Times" C. If. Whtelsr.St. Albans, Vt. t Ward, Lancaster Grant Co. Wisconsin, j.lodl, MACHINISTS. 49 m FOUNDRY. EVANSVILLE. IND., Manufaftnn rs of STEAM STEAM KN(rI NKS, BOILERS, A Xll CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, Of the most Approved Pattern. ALSO All kinds of Machinery appertain ing to Railroads, Steamboats. Distilleries, Flouring Mills. SUGAR MILLS,! of ail sizes with the latest Improve- j ments attached ; Tobacco HcrewR, Portable Engines, &c, &c, &c. House Fronts, Grates, Rail , ing, Iron and Brass Castings of every description. DEALERS IX Steam Gauges, Gum Belting, Fire Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting Cloth, &c, at MANUFACTURERS' PRICES. Repairing done at short notice. Workmen sent tn all pni is to fit up '. iler& fttaumlnery work and re j iot t'-.tt. Bt0All orders will receive our individual atten tion aud will be promptly filled on the most reasonable terms. Office and Foundry on the Canal, corner of Ingle Street. mhl7-lv a tvt rsxn a r TP Hi lfS C n , It- si! i k mm -i ill J.W. NEXSEN, Marble Hall, Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND., Underwriter and General In surance Agent. Adjuster of Fire Losses and Notary Public. All business connected with Insurance attended to with nromptness and fidelity. Polices issued in several ol the oldest and most reliable Companies in the Union. EIRE, LIFE and MARINE. fu Combined Cash Capital Rer. resented over $5,000,000 00 PREPARE IN TIME AGAINST THE THE FIRES OF FAIL!! BY Prime A No. 1 Insurance Phoenix Insurance Company OF HARTFORD. CONN. The Fruits of the Phoenix Are manifest in the following statement of Pacts kSo F1larixo Showing the amount equalized to public benefit In the shape of losses paid in the West and South, .luring the past four years; a line of valuable ser vice, honorab! as well as commendable, and whlcb hould suggest . TH S3 i every man who desires to bestow his inuxaiic patronage upon a WELL TBI ED COBPOKATION S4c,277. 46 OHIO r,fi2.M INDIANA .174.5S ILLINOIS 32, 671V 18 JI1CHIGAN , M,-2".13 WISCONSIN UJHLM IOWA ..$4..,377 4.- ..... 2T,(i22.94 .... k9,174.56 .... 32,67.!.08 .... 34,920.13 ..... 18,323.34 8,653.10 ... 1,187.(4) .... S.765.00 .... 34,054.36 .... 43,054.90 ... 20,832.65 .... 27.69S.li3 .... 22,839.43 ... 3,901. 555 65 8,653.10 MINNESOTA 1, U7.00... V,75.oo 31,054.36 43,o.-4.ft , 20,832.55 -'7,ta.8.'. e2,S;.43 NEBRASKA.... KANSAS KENTUCKY . TENNESSEE.. MISSISSIPPI. MISSOURI..., ARKANSAS.. TEXAS ALABAMA... 3,661.f8.. 555.55.. fii pas niljvitmeni, nnd prompt Cah r- tfssisl to lourn, the HOOfiZ Uandt pre-eminently at the head of it profeuion ; vhiU iU exrat ire, practi Ucal, mad firtt-elmm Inmieu tytUrm mf loct.1 agencies, it net excelled iy any similar corporation in the avrld. Insurances solicited, and policies issued and re r.fwed in this leading Corporation, at fair rates by J. W. NEXSEN, Resident Agent, .jtttco. Marble Hall Building, Main strwet. Cash Assets, January 1st, 1862, $1,992,585.89. Losses Paid, Upward o 14,000,000. The great public service, promptness and relia bility of this well-tried and sterling Company, re commend it to preference with those needing In surance. 9" Insurance solicited and Policies issued by J. W. NEX8EN, Agent, fcbo Marble Hall Building, No. t. Main it. Si lii ff.;'lV1 Tfc.n XI H I - , MEDiCIAL. A Valuable Medicine FOB EVERY FAMILY. rtBUGGISTS IN suction.- oi t - 1.L city i.n Wur, Mail : ml cotuitrv I.' hand bin , Ei-U and ' i nituemi n .i ionic, j stimulant and apetizer, R.ilinck's ttomarb Bit- rs. K POTHICA BUE8 IN II actions of the city ud country keep iu ! k, sell niid diiense tonic i:..h:ick's St'nnae.1) Bittei. PHY81CIAKS in all atction f the dtj and . ..nn try approve and re commend as a tonic Ro b.ick'a Stomach Rittei. GKIK'ERS in all sec tions of toe city ami , , country kp constantly supplied with arid d. al in Rohack'i Stomach Bitted. HOTELS in all sec- j tiona of the city and country are supplied with eiid "cannot keep a Hotel," without a Stock of Roback's Stomach Litters. HOSPITALS throughout the army of the orth have found an indispensable touic, and are using, fat (he soldiers Rohack's Stomach Bitters. 6UTLERS iu cTery regiment ought to have aud many have introduced, and highly recom mend Roback's Stomach Bitters. LADIES, old and young, for Billiousness, Liver , Complaints, Languor. WeakMM an! seneral De biltt! are recommended to nee Robaek s Stomach DUaara. . . EVERYBODY who desires a good tonic lor i giving tone to the spirits, a healthy appetite and j strength to the system generally, should not fail to i.uv a l...nl-nf Rebarii'i ptomach Bitters. OR. C. W. RORACK, Proprietor, Cincinnati. Oftire and Manufactory Kos. 56. 58, CO and 62 ; East Third Street. ItBFor sale by all Druggists everywhere. ang25 DR. JOHN BULL'S COMPOUND CEDRON BITTERS, The Latest and Most Important Dis covery of the i9ih Century. 0 MAN'S NAME IS MOKE INTIMATELY connected with the history of the Materia Medica of the United States, or more hworably known as a pioneer in medical discovery, than that of Dr. JOHN BULL, of Louisville, Ky. His inimitable preparation of Sarsparilla has long stood at the h ud of the various compounds of that valuable drug. His Compoi nu Pectoral or w ild Chebby has become a household word throughout the West and South ; and his Worm Lozenges, in less than a year after their introduction, attained a reputation as wide-spread as tho continent of North America. But the erownlng glory of his life remains to be attained in his latest discovery, or rather combination ; for he does not claim to have been the discoverer of CEDRON. which is the basis of the bitters now offered to the public. That honor belongs to the native inhabitants of Central America, to whom its virtues have been known for more than two hundred years. Armed with it, the Indian bids defiance to the most dead ly malaria, mid handles without fear the most veuemons ferpents. It is a lielief with them that while there is breath left iu tbe b-uly, theOedrwi is potent to cure, no matter what the disease u..y be. While Dr. Bull is not prepared to imloiso this extravagant pretension, he is nevertheless satis fied from a thorough examination of i'r.u i-adenee relative to its virtues, that as a .'ji.l pre ventative for all diseases arising f?m exposure, either to changes tst weather kJ- climate, or to the miasmatic botoeneesia it ntauds without a lival and justly deserves the reputation it hosso long enjoyed in Central Anjjirjca and the West ! ludies. Iu 1 I u FSIA, ! And its attendant train t symptoms, its acts ; more like a charm than a medlcire. There Is , ' nothing iu the whole range of the Materia Medica, ' that for a moment bear a comparison with it in ' ' this disease. A full account of this wonderful plant maybe 1 found in the nth edition ot the if, t. Dispensa tory, pages 1387 and 138. A series of experiments in which Dr. Hull has been for years engaged, hus just been brought to a successful termination and he is now enabled to offer to the public a combination of Cedron ?itn other approved tonics, the whole preserved in the best quality of copper- distilled Bourlion whisky, ' .. . : i. v... I. . ,ni :n .iw. ,. ...i.i I , He might furnish a volume of certificates, but u puolic have long since learneit to estimate l 'a.l. u.ln hfirffift Hfi The sateat plan Cedron Bittei-s, Our trial and yon will never use any others. It Is not necessary to publish a lo.ig lint fyf dis eases fur which the Cedron Bitters are a spciflc In all diseases of the STOMACH, BOW ELS, LIVER OR KIDNEYS; In all offections of the of the BRAIN DE. PENDING UPON DERANGEMENT OP THE STOMACH OR BOWELS: i I" Ob IT, RHEUMATISM and SKI. RALGIA; Aud iu PEVER AND At; I K; It is destined to supersede all other remedies. It ; not only cures thefe disease, but it rnr.VKTs j them. A wine rfci&l full of the Bitters taken an hour ! heloic each meal, will obviate the ill efiect of the most unhealthy climate, and screen the person taking it against disease under the most tryiii" I exposures. Sold hy Drujruists and Grocers generally. I n3I)r. JOHN BULL'S Princij al Office, Fifth Street, Loui.v'lle, Kv. Bold by ' If. J. SCHLAEPFER, W BfERBOWER, je6-3m I'ETEIt VIERLING. INSOLUBLE CEMENT. Great DiscovrKV. USEFUL aud VALUABLE DISCOVERY ! HILTON'S Applicable to ipraOLUHLE CEMENT! the useful arts, f? ore general practical utility than any invention uow before the public. It has K-en thoroughly tented during the Inst two years by piiutioal niu, aud pronouueed to b 1 SUPERIOR TO ANY I Adhesive Preparation known. ; A sAmiton's insoluble Cement Is a new thine, and tho remiit nr j years of study; its combination i ib on Its Combina-j Scientific Principles, tion. Aid under no circumstances or change of temperature will it be cume corrupt or emit any offensive smell. Boot A Shoo BOOT Manufacturers) Manufacturers fc SHOE using Machines, best Hrti.'lf. tnnn. ill find it the or uEawsura the Channels, as it works without delay, is not affect, ed by any change of temperature. JEWELERS Jewelers. Will find it sufficiently adhesive for i their use, as lias been proved. jit is especially adapted to Families. ..cauipr, JluA u-.,,!in,.3 oapaciai merit m p" s,ticks fH& to Boots and Shoes sr Icientlv strong without stitching. IT IS THE ONLY LiaUID CEMENT Extant, that is a stirs thing for mending FURNITURE, CROCKERY, TOYS, BONE, It is a Liquid. IVORY, I Aud articles f housohold usj. REMEMBER Hilton's Insoluble Cement lis in a liquid form and as ea'ily , applied as paste. ! Hilton a Insoluble Cement Ik insoluble in water or oil Remember. tiuloiis Insoluble Cement Adheres oily substances. Supplied in Kaintlyor .Manufactnr. era' l'ttckages from 2 ounces to ltw lbs. HllTOX, BKOS.&CO., Pkopbiktors, PROVIDKNCE, R. T siui. jy23-ly NOTICE. CIRCULAR Jfo. 51. WAK DEPARTMENT. Provost Marshal General's Otlice. Washington, D. D., July 27 1S63.J The following " Opinon," in relation to that part of section I of the enrolment act, which says ' where there are two or more sons of aged or in firm parents subject to draft, the father, or if he be dead, tho mother, may oUsct which son shall be exempt," is published and will hereafter govern : " 'The only son of aged and infirm parents de pendent, Ac.,' is absolutely exempt ; but where there are two sons, both are subject to draft until an election is made by the parent, and the one elected should he removed from the list. After the draft ia made the persons drafted are no longer 'subject to draft,' but to duty, aud a parent cannot secure tho practical exemption of two sons from military duty by waiting until one is drafted, and then elect to oxempt him. JAMES B. FRY, auglO-dSw Provost Marshal General. fytt HBta ; . . , - hi imiisiiiriiisiefflrnMsssss BAH. ROAD REGISTER K. c. r. n D I aud Ac ' A R T 3 : oniiuodalion Freight ARRIVES Accoiuiu Mail sialism. 24 r. :.l r. T. II. 4. It K P k R T a K. H. R. F ROM to Day Express : ! '. r. :06 a m : M l .. h. Accohiiii"o. Night Fsprn K r. I E AT Day B press.. Aooomuodatb Night Kx.ve. These tw.. i. Haute. I:4 ". p. . n "i:"' a. M. 11:13 . n. ads ioale g.enl fnltheetions at Terra i v er FN v4. 1 ARRIVAL. Effort, Henderson. ChaasbtMa, Hen.lr-n Huntress, Cairo, follossus, Loulsvllb. Mercury, Louisville Hnntsman, Cairo. DEPARTURES. -Effort. Henderson, rhambers, HendVrsn Huntress. Ranisville. May Doke, Cairo. Co lossu LouisTllls. Mrcwry, Henderson. 5l"Hll"l Steamer- T" 1 .I .1, .t. nAint follliniv with aw so i.ebe.hc-c to Cairo, and ! 3 feet to Louisville. Tbe Huntress arrived from Cairo on I Saturday moruing, and being satisfied that there was not enough business for j 6 boats hence to Cairo, left for Louisville, j The May ruk went out Saturday with all the passengers and freight she could carry. The old reliable line, of which the in evitable Philander D. Veits is agent on shore, and MessrB. Cox A Humphrey are the agents on the lower wharf boat, al ways draw swell; the business men of the city, understanding that it is more to their interest to pay one lino than to bankrupt two. Thas it is even, and the Louisville & Cincinnati, the Louisville & Henderson, and the Evansville k Cairo lines are dessonstrable Droofs of the same. The Huntsman will be the reliable . mast a.d passenger packet for Cairo to- ' day at noon. tier chief officers are Capt. Whistler ' and Fred. Huston, two as clever and po- j lite gentlemen as ever trod a quarter j deck, or "spliced the main brace.' The Mercury will be the mail boat for , Louisville at noon to-day. Those inefl'a. i bly courteous and popular gentlemen, Jim Lusk aud Geo. Williams are in com- ; mand. and will insure comfort and safe- i tv to their passengers. The 1). B. Campell has about comple ted her repairs, and will at once com mence loading for Bowling Green. Capt. Ebrman has had the Govern ment wharf boat enlivened by a coat o, paint, with the initials U. S., which is supposed to mean Uncle Sam, or ansae, uassable on her side and she now looks 1 RS pretty US a Spotted Jiig The cargo box of Cox & Humphrey's of lion Is lanrTirirr nJnngsfde. heffi on'fnen" ed over townrd-i tli river, hog elm in -have been resorted to to straighten it up. The plun has proved eminently suc cessful. The Cordelia Ann, Capt Mclleyuolife will leave for Howling Green at noon to day. She is a neat aud pleasant light draught boat, and her officers are perfect gentlemen. The Des Moines City is chic here this morning, and wiUl laave again at noon for Cairo. She has- fine passenger ac commodation, and; ber officers are clever gentlemen.. Stkahbsk All Colmkk, ) September 9, 1H63, j Eo. .Iouknal. Left Albaiy on, Friday morning IX tons freight, lilair jiassen- ' gers in cabin, 40 on deck, and 15head of horses; found 26 inches on French Is land, where the Delaware, flying light, is ; hard aground, and a small steru wheeler, name unknown, ashore at Green River Island, hailing for assistance. River falling all the day loug. Respectfully, Clerk op the Collier. We are indebted to Maynard, the witty and good looking editor of the Cannelton Reporter, and who is acting as clerk of the Collier, for the foregoing memoran da. When the Collier arrived at this port Captain McDowell received orders from the military authorities to unload and re turn forthwith to Louisville. Captain John went to work at once to obey the order, but we are apprehensive that he prepared a little inwardly. Notice is hereby given to the merchants and shippers of Evansville, that all freights designed for the boats belonging to the Evansville and Cairo Packet Company will henceforth be re ceived at all times, free of charge, by Messrs. Cox & Humphrey, at the lower stnKcing of their wharf boat, who aro authorized to make contract and sin bills of lading. Shippers, by this arrangement, can dispose of their freights and get their bills of lading; signed at their own con venience, without regard to the arrival or departure of the packets. sepl4d2w H. T. DEXTER, President. Lake Ice. Plenty of Lake Ice constantly on hand day and night, at the Lower Landing. E INGLE A CO. GROCERIES. QUNDKIES U Straw Iierry and Lemon Svrun. Almonds. ora.u uts Essence of t'offee. Wooden tUtwli. kn-liih alnutS. Fiffll. RNiait.u Cnrrant. Rock Candv, Ovsters. Shoe. Hum r,H Scrubbing Brushes, Lobsters, Sardines, Alum, Epsom Salts, Roll Brimstone, Sulphur, Copperas, M.,1,1...- 1' .......... , . ' ' Madder, Extract of Logwood, Indigo, Cream tar, Soda, Bed Cords of all kind. T.-.lu- r. Tar- i of all kinds, Blacking, Batting, Nutmegs, Cigars of all kinds. Ginger, Camphor, Carolina and Wagon Tar, Brooms, Cotton Yarn, Ground Ginger, Castile Soap, Playing Cards, Glass Jars. Lanterns, Tum blers and Flasks, Pepper Sauce, Matches, Pickles, Mustard, i ish of all kinds, Tomato Catsup.Powder, . , , Ur.-, c-umo u, u hiuus, starch, Teas, Viu egar, Letter, Note, Cap, and Fancy Paper, Wrap ping Paper, Envelopes. Salt Petre, Gum Drops Wooden Bowls, Jujube Paste, Cinnamon, Coal 01 Clothes Pins, British Lustre, Bonnet Boards Ink Cloves, Nails, Sash, Glass, Spirits Turpentine all spice, Sal Soda, Pain Killer, Licorice, Ac , Ac Ac A supply of the above kept constantly on hand and for sale low by S. K GILBEBT A CO., j7f No. 4 Sy earn ere street "10RN 51 KAL 7 i bushels of good White Mesl tor sale in quantities to suit bv VICKERY BROS., No. 31 Main Street. CIDER MILLS AT 8:9 EACH AT VICKERY BROS., No. 2 Main Street. COTTON YARNS 23 bags for sale to arrive" . K. GILBERT A CO., ' ml3' yp. 4 Sycamore Street. HAMS AND DRIED BEEF 1 hhd. Canvassed Sugar Cured Ham: I hhd. Canvassed Sugar Cur.-d Beef. Just received and for sale at VICKERY BROS., 83 Main Street. COAL OIL Extra refined Coal Oil superior to most of the Oils usually sold. Try it at VICKERY BROS,, No. It Mali Srrae. ; Evansville and Heudej i T B E S T E x- c A M V. l JO T , THOMAS Master. Leaves Kvansvilln every rmsttk at 4 p. m., and leaves n. Henderson every morning at m. For freight or passage apply on hoard or Mn B. Hall, Evai svill , ..r I" Morris A kr, Ilettders m, Ky. s Evansville and Cairo Packet Co. FAST MAIL l'ACKK'I LINE. Low m Water Arrangement T o Faducah Cairo. water Boats will I'nrir.i: tl continuance of low run as follows : THE FINE 51 A I L T A C Iv R X MAY I IT K. :E3 , f! "f.SOl'CHET, Master W. DUKN, Clerk I Monday's and Thursday's at 2 o'clock, for Cairo and all Way Points. T.c T.'s Cairo Tuesday's and Friday's at S p. pa. THE LIGHT DRAUGHT PACKET TT XT B? X' JML KT , E. WHISTLER, Master F. R. HUSTON, OTIC Leavts Wednesday's and Satnrdaj-'s at J p. m. for Cairo and all Way Point Leaves Cairo on Thursday's Sunday's a Making connect ious at Central Railroad, and Cairo with the Illinois I every description under policies from other agen at Evansville .with the ' cies.' and attend to the settlement of all matters ( Evansville and Crawfordsville Railroad. For freight or passage apply on board or to Cox A Humphrey, Lower Whiirf Boat, or to P. D. Vetts, Agents. sepl5-dlf Low Water Arrangement. EVANSVILLE AND CAIRO PACKET HUNTRESS, ROBKRTS, Master PHTELDS, Clerk. "ITTILL PLY AS A REGULAR PACKET BE VY tweou Evansville, Paducah and Ceico dur ing the low water. She is very ligh' aud roomy. She leaves on MONDAY, September U, at 10a. m. For freight or passage appU to sp!2 tf JNO. B HALL, Agent Cincinnati and Memphis PACKET COMPANY. For Evansville. ifeioirKoii. Mt.nnt Vernon. Shawuuetowu. Smi! bland. Paducah, Cairo, Colunil.us, Hickieuii 1 Merupnis, and all wav-poiuts on the Ohio and Mississippi Itivers, comprising the following new light -dn light passenger packuta: NORMAN, 'apt. Batchelor. PRINCESS Coptan Maratta. JEWESS, Captain Fraxi.T. W. C. 5IANN, Captain Sliimk. One of this above Boats will pass Evansville Weekly for Cairo, Columbus, Hickman, an.'. Mem phis. Also, weekly for Cincinnati. For freight or jiassage enquire of COX at HUMPHREY, aepfldtf A gen i . Regular Evansv'lle and Cairo PACKET, D UR I X G LO W WA T E 1! . THE STEAMEI C O I O 1ST NT TOM. BOLUS, Captain. H. HYDE, Clerk . WILL RUN REG I I.AKi.Y IN nn: Ji-Tii. ? uliove trade during I.uv wale For freight or pa-sag'j apply on sepH board. TJ S. Mail Boat for Louisville. rp. DURING THE LOW WA " I I. J.Jlr; 1 "T season the Louisville nnd El ;m?viHe W&SjfetBmi V. S. Mail Company will run a dally line, (Sunday's excepted) of light draught steam ers, leaving from Cox A Hnniphrev's Wharf Boat. information apply to Cox ,v Hiiro- regular EvansYilh' and Green Packet. lion ling THE SI'LENDII) PASSENGER STKAMER H. X. DUNKERSON, A. ORINK WATER, Master, r WILL LEA V K EVANSVILLE ; -. ev. rV Monday and Thurodar at 4 rf"Vlr -an'cwlt p in. Leaves Bowling Qrara every We.lnes.lav and Satnnlay at S a. m., making sure connections with the Arn.ada for th- Lower Ohio, and !r. Uagle for Louisville. aiySS XOUISVLLLE AND HENDERSON AtTiT LINE, (SUNDAY'S X F.i'T The Evansville & Louisville IT. S Una i'-.'sj OnlnnlLl Ur - .. ' UP K"t ' " n. i i in " -- in r n t jej a y "Vjct m BIG " GREY EAGLE. C apt. BUM E. I. A. LUtfX, Clerk "STAR" GREY EAGLE, Opt. I1UT8INPILLEB W. C. VOR1S. i l ik I. T. M c C O MBS, Capt. BALLARD J. 8WATHNEY, CWrk .'ini...e the Line, and will leave BtMMVflk foi Louisville as follow i : Monday's, STAR GREY EAGLE, at B o'clock si Tuesday s, J. T. McCOMBS, at 5 o'clock p m. Wednesday's, " BIG " GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock Thursday's, i P. M Friday's, J. Saturday's, ' r, w. STAR " GREY EAGLE, at So'dool T. JIcCOMBS, at S o'clock p. m 1 BIG " GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock RETURNING: J. T. McCOMBS, leaves Louisvilie Monday's an Thursday's. BIG" GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Tiles day's and Friday's, " STAB " GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Wed nesday's and Saturday's. Punctually at o'clock p. si. For comfort and speed the above s;eamers arc unsurpassed. COX A HUMPHREY declz BOOTS & SHOE No. I MAIN STREET. TURNER & GMflTNMEY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES, AND Hats & Caps, No. 15 Main Street. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. THSURANCS AGENUV. HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, Of New York. Office 112 and 114 Broadway With a Cash Capital all paid in of ONE MILLION DOLLARS. ASSETS . I ULY 1st, H Jl.VOxHi The Home Insurance Company insurw against Loss or Damage by Fire on Dwellings and thrft contents, for a term of from I to 5 years on th most favorable terms. Stores, Warehouses. Stocks ef Me-chandira, Produce, Mannftrtonea, Machine i U iiiBitrabl" property, at mir and equitable r Inland navigation of the risks will 1-nr. with laituess to the ...nred and the Company. . Adinstim: all Iws fairly, and p' mptly paying them. ( HAS. .1. MARTIN A. F.WILMARTH, Fres't- Vice Pies' I. V. Milton Smith, Secretary. John McOee, Aas't Sec'y. Applications made to and policies issued ly A. C. HALLECK A SON, Ag Is, First Street, near T.eit Office. Insurance Agency. ALLEN cThALLECK, C S I'KRWRITER AND GENERAL 1NSURAN' F AGENT, -jrsTa of AVEBioes and notat rcntr. Ke coutluues to issus Tolicies from sere 1 Kirsl Ftafa and most reliable INSURANCE COMPANIES In the Coaa'ry, on Inland and Firs IMsta. He will eive applications for LIFE INSURANCE. He will attend to the Adjustment of Losses of connected with INSURANCE, tor parties mieresi ed. His long experience as an Issubaiici Aoext, ; has made him familiar with all subjects connected j with Insurance. r Office, on First Street, near the Post , Office. INCORPORATED 1847. CITY Firs Insurance Company, OF HAETFOED, C0K1T. Capita , 250,000 ft. WAITE, Sec'y. C. B. BOWERS, Pres't. S. A. PRICE, General Agent, Residing at Chicago, Ills. CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 8327,540. This Company insures against loss and damage i by fire on Dwellings and their Contents, Stores, ' Varehouaea, Stocks of Merchandize, and all insur aUc property at as reasonable rates of premium aa : Kiiy other solvent aud reliable Company, AdjuMing i tews fdiriy ufcd yiiyiny ttemyruntptif. K 1. plications made t. aud Policies issued by A. C. HALLECK A SON., First Street, near Post Office, augil-lyd EvAUgvina. lap. HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Connecticut. IN jOSPORATED 181 CHARTER PERPETUAL With u Successful Business Experience o FIFTY YEARS. ('ASH CAPITAL, CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,... ....$5oo,e).'t) ssao.t'bs.fci Insurance against Loas or Damage by Fire, ou fiw.-lliHm. Furniture. Stores. Warehouses, Mer chandize, Mills, Manufactories, and other kinds of property, can be effected in this Company upon aa favorable terms as tbe nature ot tbe risks ana secu rity to Policy will admit. PARTICULAR ATTENTION given to insuring r'arm property, consisting of Dwellings, Barns, and outbuildings connected, and Furniture, Live Stock, Hay, Grain, Farming Uteuails, Ac, Ac, . outaiued therein, for a term of years at LOW rates of premium. OFFICERS : : T. C. Allyn, Sec'y. H. Huntington, Pree't. 0. C. Lyman, Aas't Sec'y. W. N. Bowers, Actuary. D. Alexander, General Agent for the Western . V. iili,"Ai'tenrf'A,gWiVTOr tne'vveavern aud South Western States, Columbus, Ohio. Applications for Insurance may be made to the undersigned, the duly authorized Agents of the t Vnipauy. A. C. HALLECK A SON, Ag'ts. 0" Office on First street, near Post Office. aug-23-lyd GROCERIES. OAUCKS l5 J5 dozen Pepper Sauces ; J. " Tomato Catsup ; - " London Club Sauce ; W " John Bull Sauce; ." " Walnut Catsup ; " Delmore's Sauce ; S " Soho Sauce ; " Epicurean Sauce ; 5 " India Sauce ; " " Harvey's Sauce ; 5 " Camp Sauce. Just received per steamer at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. 11KK OLATE lta box De Sout Choclate ; I box Baker's Sweet Choclate ; ' bxs Half Vanilla 4 bxs Campagnei Francaise Choclate ; 4 bxs Baker's Coco; just received at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery'- STARCH . lariiia f o ImxesCorn Starch : 5 boxes Heckle's Starch just opened at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. 19 DOZ. A880KTKD OLIVE OIL, At No. 22 Main Street. INDIGO 2U roes assorted boxes Indigo at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. HAMS UOjOOa n,,, Quigiey', celebrated Sugar Cured Hams at KLLIOTT'8 Family Grocery. CIOKFEE i b i lbs Dati.leliou Coffee ; 100 lbs Rio Coffee ; M Ris Java Coffee ; At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. P ARCHED RYE 36 pounds Parched Rye at ELLIOTT S Family Grocery. "yTNEGAB- -10 barrels pure Cider Vinegar at No. 22 Main Street. CREAM TARTER 100 lbs, 1 tb paticrs. Cream Tartar : 100 Ris, lb " loo lbs, i lb Just received at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocer c. Cjl'GAR- O 5 1 hhds A .h!and Clarified Suear: 10 barrels Powdered Sugar; 10 ' Crushed Sugar ; Juat received at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery TEA I 100 pounds in lb pkgs Imperial Tea ; 1 " ? ' Gunnowder Tea: loo loo " Young Hyson Tea: mac k lea ; In store at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. 1 A N DLES 20 boxes Star Candles ; 20 half bxs Star Candles ; 20 quarter bxs Star Candles ; juat received at IVLLIOH a family Grocery. 30 dozen wisp brooms at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery C1ARPKT BKOOMS 100 down assorted Carpet ' Bio.nis; 5t doscn Steam Boot Br oms. I At No. 22 Main Street. ASH HOARDS 10 dozen Zinc Wash Boards at ELLIOTT'S Family Urocery. DANDELION COFFEE 2tO pounds Wright's celebrated Dandelion Coffee for sale cheap at ELLIOTT'S Family ttrocry. O AL SODA O trail lbs, 1 It. piniers, Sal Soda : luo ins, ., id " 100 lbs, i Ib At Ko. 22 Main Btrest. CiANNED FRUIT ' lOdoaen Cauued Peaches; 10 " Quinces; D " Blackberries ; 10 " Tomatoes; Just received at ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. ICE. RICE -10 bags Prime Rice ; At H. A. COOK'S. SODA ASH .1 aasks best qnsdity Soda Ash ; Just Received, at H. A. COOK'S. Q AL SODA -2 casks Sal Soda ; At H. U At H. A. COOK'S. A MEKK.AN PRIDE BLACKING -lA. 2.'si dor., assorted sizes Blacking; Just Received, at H. A. COOK'S. f tORN STARCH 30 dot. best Corn Starch, for V.' cooking, at II. A. COOK'S. TJEKINED SUGARS AV 20 barrels Crushed Snsrar : 20 " Powdered Sugar . S boxes Loaf Sugar : L'5 barrels Refined B. Sugar ; Just Received, at H. A. COOK'S. 'ASHlNG BLUE-10 gTom best for sale bv " T S. E. GILBEBT A CO. ip. BARRELS BEEHIVE SYRUP; 10 barrel lej Now Orleans: iust received .t ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. M KAL SKIVES . iln. Me.l C.I ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery. FEATHER DUSTERS 20 dozen stassjrted sir-s Feather Dusters at ELLOTT'S Family Grocery QYRUP 10 barrels Crescent City Syrup ; .i quarier onts llonev Syrup; 10 half bbls New Orleans Molaeee" ELLIOTT'S F- rp-iuv uroceij. M ACARONA AND VERM aOILLA 25 boxes Macarona; IS Vermaei" '. . Just ReosWea, at B. A. COOK'S. CTGARS & TOBACCO. TOS-EPH FENBRICH & BEOS., No. 13-' Forest Street, c ' v om B A L T I M O R E , Mil. JOHN EENDEICH & BROS., ( dl.UMBIA, PA., AND f. FEH0R1CH & BROS., Evansville, Ind , ea of tle Bsiltlmore HansSi Brsaci TOBACCO. ARE NOW THE MOST KXTENSIV Manufacturers, in our lina, in the State, vte offer the following Tobacco and Cigara, of onr own manufacture, for sale : 200 Boxes of Five Lump per pound e 2tO Boxes of 10 Lump per pound-...-., w ono Boxes Frank's Orange Lump . 65 Ota. 300R.eBud, in Caddies, per pound 60 Cts. 3tm Boxcl Barow's. iu Csuldiea. SOU Cad-lies Peach lrfaf, per pound ,ta. 200 El Dorado, Light, per pound fl CO 800 I ad. liev Pancake. Light, per pound 80CU. 100 Boxes Sun Cured Tobacco m 55 Cts. 4,(0 i Its lira Spun Twist Tobsscca ; l,tsi Barrels Smoking Tobacco ; eon v., , . . Tt'Oi iI'b Scotch Snuff; 50 Half Barrels Fine-Cut Chewing Tobacco; 100 Mer,chaum Pipes ; 100 Gross Briar and Wood Pipes ; 200,000 Clay Pipes, assorted ; 100 Gross Bub!.cr Pipes ; 10,000 assorted Pipe Stems ; 25,01 Conba Cigars ; 24,Oitl Henrv Cl-iy Cigars, first a ; 2G,000 Henry Clay Cigars, Second' ; 2s,000 La Napoleon Cigars ; 30,000 El Brutus Cigara; 200,000 Half Spanish Cigars ; 200,000 Segareets ; 220 000 La Salvadina Cigars ; 40ti,ooo Packs Smoking Tobaeco; 50 Drums Turkish Smoking TobsKto; 1,000 Bales Kinnicanick Smoking Tobacco ; 50 Drums Shanghie ; 2,000 Pounds Mackaboy Snuff; 2,000 French Snuff. Merchanta and Store-Keepers, look to tnair interest ; examine our large stock. INo. 37 Main Street, Sales Room Factory, Cor. Locust Water Stt. Wo manufacture all the above goods, and will el 30 per cent, cheaper than any House in our Stato. - mnld call the attention of Merchants whu deal in our line, to buy from the manufacturers. j where they ran save TiO per cent. ' F. FENDRlCH A BRO., Stjll Evansville, Indiana. DENTIST. W.F. HUTCHINSON, DENTIST, Corner Main and Second Streets, ( UP STAIRS.) DR. HUTCHINSON HAVING FOB THE last seven years received the unlimited pat . rouagc of the citizens of Evansville and surreund I ing towns and country, would return most sincere thanks for their appreciation of his skill as a Dentist, hoping, by untiring energy in secur ing ior uis pati.-nts all tne LATEST IMPROVEMENTS AND INVENTIONS, to merit a continuance of the same favor. Pergonal Attention Given in Every Case. His facilities For doing good work eqnal any Establishment In the United States. Every style of Artificial Teeth made 1m Eastern Cities are made hy him. Ret rence at all times given by referring to persons now wearing tbe BEAUTIFUL SETS OF TEETH prepared in his office. Having had much experl ieuce in treatment of irregmUrtiy of CHIL DREN'S TEETH, he would have no hesita tion in saying the most Irregular cases can be entirely correc ed ly him. Cases can be seen ia this city and county entirely corrected by hiss. Cleft, Palate or openings in Palate sucoesfnlly treated. Scurvy, Neuralgia affections and all dis eases of th mouth snccessfullv treated. Those dosiring ARTIFICIAL TEETH wonld de well to consult him. Terms very moderate. STTbe best Anean bet ice for alleviating 'pais when extracting teeth. Chloroform given when requested. June 83 . HAAS, i..i,.n.. IV THANKFUL FOB THB 1' lilw-ral pat. ' 'ge received during tha past four years, aad -wins, i immanent residetit of this city, desiies all perso. - (whether they need his profes sional services or I t j to visit his rooms and see the Varloa s Style ot work Manufactured Improvemenrs and Invent rom Are being made, and evervthing that wttl subaerve the interests or his patients is secured by him. H t Establishment and Facllltl Are equal to any in KASTKRN CITIES. He has Several Anaesthetics FOB Alleviating Pain when Kxtractinc Teeth. Cheeks that are sunken can be restored to nesuiv heir ori ginal contour. All desirable styles of ARTIFICIAL TEETH. made anywhere in the United States, are made 1t him. Irregularities of Children's Teeth success ful! corrected. Those having Tlf DECAYED TEETH Should either have them Extracted or Filled, (the latter if possible.) The h-alth of the parties and the remaining Teoth demand it NEURALGIC AFFLICTIONS TREATED ALSO CLEFT PALATE Office on Flrat St., Near Poet Office. SPECTACLES. I. RITTENBERG No. 67 Main Street, pESPECTFUULY ANNOUNCES TO HIS XV friends and the public he has a newly invented Pantoscopic Spectacles, ewaYdlsKOTeyed Principlea.by which the n- m ZZIS?1!.' of ,hr II. now are entirely avoided and -very advantaxe -t which these artioles can p.ii,lv aTor- the .ight. In addition to that tade, Brazilian Peb.Rc' principle. v "av ses for the Army, icl Superior to all others now in u. KArine Spyglasses, Compound and Simple Microscopes, Opera and Hunting Glasses, Spy glasses, Eye Glasses, Tortois Shell, Steel & Gold Frames, Near Sighted and Cataract Spectacles The above mentioned articles are always kept hand, and ean be bad of I. RITTKNBKRO only. No. 6T Mala Street, Evansville, Ind. nevl bail 7iai'a ".cat r 1 1 ffUUMYW 014 ..