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COMMISSION HOUSE.
HUMS EXPRESS COMPANY
BOOTS & SHOES.
INSURANCE AGENCY.
REGULAR packets.
CLOTHING.
DRY GOODS.
RAILROAD REGISTER
E. fc C. R. R
TUESDAY .. OCTOBEB 6
THE FUNNYlJORNER
THE SEKESADER.
Singing Tom fell in lore with a maid ;
Each night 'neath her window he stood, '
And there, with his soft serenade,
Awakened the whole neighborhood.
Bnt Taiuly he tried to arouse
Her sleep with his strai ns so bewitchin' ;
While he played in front of the house,
She slept in the little back kitchen.
A LILLAUV.
Now the grass with dew is wet ;
Now the sun is almost set ;
Hash, my child !
High upon the garden wall,
Shadows of the lilacs fall ;
Hash, my child ; hash, my child !
Now the primrose closes np ;
Shattered is the rose's cnp ;
Hush, my child !
Now the fire-fly's timid spark
Floats upon the gathering dark ;
Hush, my child ; both, my child t
Now the nestlings, in the nest.
Feel the mother's warming breast :
Hush, my child !
Close those tiny eyes to sleep ;
Mother will her baby keep ;
Hash, my child ; hash, my child !
From the Philadelphia North American.
An Amusing Scene.
Dropping yesterday into the counting
room of a hardware merchant, we were
slightly amused at an incident showing
the uneasiness of the letter " Haitch,"
when misapplied by that class of the com
munity born within the hearing of Bow
bells. " I want a bill, sir," said a cockney to
the proprietor.
"Whose bill?"
"Mrs. Habit's, sir."
Proprietor to entry clerk " James,
make out Mrs. Habit's bill."
" Yes sir."
Entry clerk looks over the ledger with
great diligence, but can't find Mr3.
Habit's name in the list of debtors. He
puzzles for some minutes without avail.
Cockney grows weary.
"I wish you'd please 'urry, young
man."
Proprietor steps up, a little irritated,
and comes to entry clerk's assistance.
" There's no such name as Habit here,
sir," he says; "there mnst be some mis
take." Proprietor looks frowningly over the
ledger and makes up his mind that the
entrv clerk is correct
" Do you know what Mrs. Habit pur
chased?" he asked of Mr. Cockney.
" Yes, partly, for I hordered some of
the things. There was a 'ickory 'andled
'ammer, and a clothes 'orse, sent home
last Tuesday."
Again the books were searched with
out avail. The proprietor was about
giving up in despair of finding the ac
count of Mrs. Habit, when Mr. Cockney
drew up and looked over his shoulders
at the ledger. The mystery was then
solved :
"Why, sir, no wonder you can't find
it," said the cockney, "blessed if you
hain't looking under the wrong letter.
The name hain't among the Haitches it
it is among the Hays."
The leaves were further turned, and
among the " Hays," was found the proper
account, properly charged to Mrs. Ab
bott The bill was duly made out, and
the cockney paid it He then went on
his way grumbling over the stupidity of
people who can't disseminate between
the Haitches and the Hays.
A Paragraph for Little Giri.s. The
Wheeling Intelligencer says: " Everv lit
tle miss who will look up the word
Housewife' in Webs'yQjjar.v,
article that, to the soldiers in the field,
is extremely acceptable. One of the '
public schools in Pittsburg sent a box of i
them to the Christian Commission, and
the youthful donor3 have been blessed
lor the gift by as many soldiers as there
were ' housewives' to give them. The ar
ticle is simply a receptacle for buttons,
thread, pins, needles, tape, &c. Odds
arid ends of the work-bag furnish the j
material, though oiled muslin or other i
water.proof stuff is better. The moment '
the box reached the field ' do give me t
one, sir,' was the word until the last one
was gone. The government would econ- !
omize by issuing them to the soldiers, i
that they might mend" their own clothesj
but the school-girls must do it instead.
if the girls of the public and private
Bchools would set at once to work they
could earn the gratitude of every soldier
that their presents reach."
LIVERY STABLE.
AMERICAN STABLE,
On Third bet. Main and Locust Sts,
THIS LIVERY ESTABLISHMENT, WHICH
is well known throughout the country, pos
seasos Stable advantages superior to any similar
establishment in the City, having arrangements
for the seception of private horses at livery of the
most elegant and complete description, and at the
lowest rates.
Carriages for visiting to lt. Coaches, light
wagons, and every kind of road vehicle to let.
Hones sold on commission. Second hand Buggy's
J5S thi1 Tel7 lowert P"s. Passengers for
warded to all parts of the country by special con
veyance. RICHARDSON, BRITTON ft CO.
apl4
MEDICIAL.
A Valuable Medicine
FOR EVERY FAMILY.
DRUGGISTS IN ALL
sections of the city
and country keep on
band bny, sell and re
commend as a tonic,
stimulant and appetizer,
Roback'a Stomach Bit
ters. APOTHECARIES IN
all sections of the city
and country keep in
stock, sell and dispense
as a tonic Roback'a
Rtomarb TUttora.
PHYSICIANS in all
section of the city and
country approve and re
commend as a tonic Ro
back's Stomach Bitters.
UROCEBS in all sec
tions of tbe city and
country keep constantly
supplied with and deal
in Roback's Stomach
Bitterg.
HOTELS in all sec
tions of the city and
country aro supplied
with and " cannot keep
a ii t . -1 " without a
stock of Roback's Stomach Bitters.
HOSPITALS throughout the army of the North
have found an indispensable tonic, and are using,
for the soldiers Roback's Stomach Bitters.
SUTLERS in every regiment ought to have
and many have introduced, aod highly recom
mend Roback's Stomach Bitters.
LADIES, old and young, for Billiousness, Liver
Complaints. Languor. Weakness an l general De
Bituri rc"mmende1 10 Roback's Stomach
EVERYBODY who desires a good tonic for
SS? V, th" ,P'rit. a healthy appetite and
Jlnv L0, '?? p,nHy, should not fail
to uuy a bottle of RobV. .,omsch Bitters.
DR. C. AV. ROBACK,
anduf.t4rl2
For sale by all Druggista everywhere
ang25
GROCERIES.
SCNDEIES
Strawberry and Lemon Syrup, Almonds, '
Brazil Nots, Essence of CoBee, Wooden Bowh, i
English Walnuts, Eigs, Raisins, Currants, j
Rock Candy, Oysters, Shoe, Horse and
ScruCblag Brushes, Lobsters, Sardines, Alum, I
Xpsom Salts, Roll Brimstone, iiphur. Copperas, i
Madder, Extract of Logwood, Indigo, Cream Tar
tar, Soda, Bed Cords of all kinds, Tobacco of all !
kinds, Blacking, Baiting, 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, Fi,hf all kinds, Tomato Catsup, Powder, j
Safety Fnv, Soaps .,aii kiwus. Starch, Teas, Vin- :
egar. Letter, Xoie, " , and Fancy Paper, Wrap- !
CL "Telopes. Salt Petre, Gum Drops
JI102?eao,r,"'l0jbe Paste, Cinnamon, Coal 0i
Clothes Pin,, BritUh Lustre, Bonnet Boards, Ink
i. , a .1 ' Spirits Turpentine, all .
-yMB"ryM KiUer, Licorice, ftc , ftc, 4o
.dfe,Pu?,i fcL''b0S kPt instantly on hand I
andfor sale low by g. E GILBERT i CO.,
ij9tt o. iSycamen. Street.
New Arrangement.
PUK ADAMS JXPRDSS COMPANY RK
JL SPECT TLLY announce to their friends and
Jatrooa, the public of KTatuvillennd vicinity that,
irith increased facilities for the transportation of
Freight, Packages,
Money and valuables,
They solicit a continuance of former favors. Es
pecial care taken in the collection of Bills, Draft
Notes, and the transportation of small and vab.s
)le packages.
All persons rishin to avail themselves of tls
"acUities of thr Express, can obtain any desired in
Tormation in reference to the routes and details of
ihe business, at theiroffice on First street, betweea
Sain and Locust.
jy2 J3HAS. WENTZ, Agent.
L, A. CRAKE. WM. BROWN. B. K. nCXKIRSO
CEANE, BROWN & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
Merchants,
AND
Special Railroad Agents.
Give through receipts and make liberal cash ad
vances on shipments of,Prodnee and Tobacco to
ew York. CBANE, BROWN ft CO.
Evansville, Nov. 20th, 1S61.
H. B. CLIFFORD,
Commission Merchant
EICLUSI V.E ly:
InAVE disposed or my stock op gbo
ceries, Produce, ftc, as I find that I cannot,
nor can any one else, do justice to themselves and
their shippers when they buy, for it iB natural
that they will sell their own goods first. As I
have many shippers, I will hereafter . online my
sctfoti IctlT to hc
COMMIS S 10 NrfBTJ SINES S,
And hope that I will flnda continuance of .the
many favors shown me cjuricg the past eight
years. I shall give personal attention to all con
signments, and will make liberal cash advances
on produce in store. My motto is,
Quick Sales and Prompt Returns.
Dealers in Cotton cannot do better than to leave
their orders with me. Mr. K. M. COPELAND,
late of Copeland, Edmonds ft Co., will give the
Cotton business his personal attention. He is one
among the best Judges in the State. Orders
solicited. . H. B. CLIFFORD,
ep25 No. 7 Front Bow, Memphis, Tenn.
?eo. Foster. A. H. Fosna. Wm. A. Gwtn
GEO. FOSTER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers,
Produce and Provision Merchants,
CORNER OF LOCVST STREET AND THR CANAL,
aug9 EVANSVILLE. IND.
W. S. M'CIXRE. B. F. 6AU.ARD. C. M'cT.rEE.
W. S. McCLURE & CO.,
PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
F'R THE SALE OF
Butter, Chose, Lard, Eggs, Beans,
Peas, Dried Fruits, Plour
and Provisions,
rtCJrt ?-.ti ttsi-t-
Op. Washington Market, NEW YORK.
REFERENCES.
Geo W. White, Cash, Mechanic's Bank, Brook
lyn, New Yoik.
Hon. Horatio Ballard, Sec. State of New York.
Wm. Cripps, Pres. Standard Ins. Co. New York.
A. H. Ballard, Ypsilanti, Michigan.
J. L. Kelly, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
R. H. Huntington, Adam's Irff Co. N. Y.
J. H. Reed, Utica, New York.
Hon. Henry J. Raymond, " New York Times "
C. H. Wheeler, St. Albans. Vt.
D. Ward, Lancaster Grant Co. Wisconsin.
jelOdly
SCHNEIDER & ZUBERBIER,
(Successors to Schneider ft Wise,)
Commission Merchants
For the sals of all kinds of
Western Produce,
FLOUR. BACON, PORK, LARD,
Hay, tern, Oats, Butter, Eggs, fcc.
Corner Lafayette, New Levee and
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
aug25-6m
N atts, Gives ft Co., j Crane ft Brown,
Padncah, Ky., j Evansville, Ind.
Harding, Given ft Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
WATTS, CRANE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 45 Bao.vn Street,
NEW TORE CITY.
P have opened a House in the city of New York
for the sale of
Tobacco and Western Produce,
Under the name of
WATTS, CRANK ft CO.
Mr. D. Watts, of Ihe firm of Watts, Givec ft Co.
f Paducah, long fHmiliar with Tobacco, will take
,h;:rir of that department of or.r business, and Mr.
1. Crane, of Crane and Brown, Evansville, will
ako charge of the Produce buM!:ea.
may2l WAB S CBANE ft CO.
T. Cox. F. M. Humphrey.
COX & HUMPHREY,
Forwarding & Commission
. iVI erchants,
Steamboat Agents,
WHARF - BOAT" PROPRIETORS,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
We havs taken the Grey Eagle Wharf Boat, and
isk of our friends a continuance of their patronage.
One of as will be found aboard both day and night
to attend to the wants of shippers. scpl
BOOTS & SHOE?.
W. H. WALKER.
DE C. EYAXS.
WALKER & EVANS,
Retail Dealers Exclusively in
B00TS& SHOES
No. 81
MAIN STREE 1 ,
Evansville, Ind.
We devote our whole time and attention to the
Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively
COth"bto"d?I;?,,Ta..betUr ban
those wnoare "dabbljutt ' ir. Boot and Shoee
in connection with other business.
City and County Orders
p&r for tinnti
take?.
at
js-lr
FEATHER IiL'STEKS "
12 do, ss sorted Feather Dusters- ..,,r,.H
numbers, ft em to 27 ;
Jturt received at H. A. COOK'
I 0! e - s ' -a
or j
BI BOOT
A N V
SHOE HOUSE
MSH, UU k BL 1
lo. 63
MAIN STREET,
Are again in Market with the
largest Stock of
OOOT GOODS,
(We say OOOD, for we sell
that kind of Stock), to be
-ft .- . i - ,.
found in any House of our
acquaintance East or West
They were bought for Cash
bv one of the firm who
spends the greater part of his
time n,ast ror tnat express
purpose. With many years
experience in the business,
we flatter ourselves that we
understand it well, and with
facilities at our command, we
Can axicS. X7"ill
Sell Goods as cheap as any
Jobbing House in the coun
try, we care not where that
House may be located ; if in
the East we will add trans
portation. We would re-
spectfully call the attention j
of the trade to an examina
tion of our Goods. We like
to sell good Goods; they
speak for us whereever they
MORGAN, READ & CC.
HAT HOUSE
It is not a mooted question that
MOB 6 AN, READ & CO.,
No. 88
aixi Street,
Have the Largest and Hand
somest stock of
MATS
To be found in any one
House in the West. Men's,
Boy's and Children's Hats of
every Fashionable style in
vague either East or West.
Men's Black and Colored Fur and
Wool Dress Hats.
Men's Black and Colored Fur and
Wool French Hats.
Men's Black and Colored Fur and
Wool J Planter and Planter Hats.
Men's Black and Colored Fur and
W ool Burnside, Monitor, Cochran,
Slc, Hats.
Men's Plain and Colored Leghorn
and Straw Hats.
Men's Panama & Palm Leaf Hats.
Boy's Fur and Wool Hats, (great
variety.)
Boy s Leghorn, Straw and Palm
Leaf Hats.
Children's Fur, Wool, Leghorn,
Straw and Palm Leaf Hats.
The above Stook has just been
purchased directly of the Manu
facturers of New England for
CASH, at low figures, and we will
sell as low as any jobber East,
transportation added. Call and
examiue our Goods before buying.
No trouble to show goods.
MORGAN, READ & C
March 0. !
COLLECTOR'S SALE.
Collector' Sale of Beat Estate for the pay men 1
of the costs and expenses of Sidewalk Improve
ments. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVIN. THAT BY
ll virtue of a precept Issued by the Mayor of the
City of Evansville and tome directed, I will sell
at public auction, at the door of tbe Court House
in said City, Friday, October 9, at 10 o'clock
a. m., the following Lots or parcels of Beat Estate,
or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the
amount charged and assessed against said Lots re
spectively for the costs and expense of making
sidewalk improvements upon said Lots, together
with the cost of sale, and that the said sale will be
continued on the nextday thereafter, viz: Satur
day, tbe 10th of October, at 10 o'clock a. ., at
the lame place for the purpose of selllngsaeh prop
erty as may have beea sold on the day above men
oned and not paid for :
FOCBTH ENLARGEMENT
L ot No. 1, block Ho. 8 ; frank Chambers heirs
owners, SIS M.
STOCKWELL'S EVLARGMB5T.
,ot 9, bloek 1, C. L. SssmssUn's heirs, St 8!V
w ec jt i irt wi i. , u. a-
w. s.
. BOKP
IffLl, Collector.
KTansrill. Sept. U, IMS.
INSURANCEAGENCY
J.W. NEXSEN,
Marble Hall, Main Street,
EVANSVILLE, IND.,
Underwriter and General In
surance Agent.
Adjuster of Fire Losses and
Notary Public.
Ail business connected
with Insurance attended to
with promptness and fidelity.
ronces issued in several 01
the oldest and most reliable
Companies in the Union.
FIRE, LIFE and MARINE.
-.ombined Oaeh Capital Ren.
resented over
$5,000,000 00
PREPARE N TIME
AGAINST THE
THE FIRES OF FALL',;
BY
Prime A No. 1 Insurance
Ik THR
Phoenix Insurance '-ompany
OF HARTFORD CONK.
The Fruits of the PhoBnix
Are manifest in the following statement of
Showing the amount equalized to public benefit it)
the shape of losses paid in the West andSonth.
.luring the past four years ; a line of valuable ser
vice, honorable as well as commendable, and which
uliould suggest
every man who desires to bestow his iaiuranc
patronage npon a
WELL TBI ED C0BP0BATI0N.
4,277.45 OHIO ..J4il,377.46
27.B22.94 INDIANA 27,b22.94
69,174.56 ILLINOIS 9,174.56
S2,670,08 MICHIGAN 32,670.08
4,20.13 WISCONSIN 34,920.13
19,323.34 IOWA 18,323.34
8,653.10 MINNESOTA 8.S53.10
1, 67.00 NEBRASKA 1,167.00
9,765.00 KANSAS 9,765.00
34,054.36 KENTUCKY 34,054.36
42,0.54.90 TENNESSEE 43,054.90
40,832.56 MISSISSIPPI 20,832.55
27,698.83 MISSOURI 27,698.83
i2,839.43 ARKANSAS 22,839.43
3,861.98 TEXAS 3.901.9S
555.55 .ALABAMA 5"i5 55
In the equitable ndjwtmeni,
and prompt Oask re-
pon$e to losses, the rHULNllL statuis pr
tmiHentty m
the head of its profession ; while its extensive, practi
tieal, and first-class business system of ioc.l agencies,
not excelled by any similar corporation m the world.
Insurances solicited, and policies issued and re
newed in this leading Corporation, at fair rates by
J. W. NEXSEN, Resident Agent,
Office, Marble Hall Building, Main street.
Cash Assets, January 1st, 1862.
$1,992,585.89.
Loss s Paid, Upward o
14,000,000.
The sreat public service, promptness and relia
bility of this well-tried and sterling Company, re
i commend it to preference with those neediag Iu-
mranoe.
W Insurance solicited and Policies isaueti by
J. W. KKXS1TN, Agent,
frlii. Marble Ball Buildina:, No. 9. Main St.
MACHINISTS.
4$
CRESCENT FURY,
EVANSVILLE, IND.,
Manufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES,
STEAM BOILERS,
AND
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Of the most Approved Pattern.
ALSO
All kinds of Machinery appertain-
ing to Railroads. Steamboats,
Distilleries, Flouring Mills.
SUGAR MILLS,
of all sizes with the latest Improve
ments attached ; Tobacco Screws,
Portable Engines,
&c, &c, &c.
House Fronts, Grates, Rail
ing, Iron and Brass Castings
of every description.
DIALERS IN
Steam Ganges, Gum Belting, Fire
Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting
Cloth, &c., at
MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
Repairing done at short notice.
Workman sent to all parts to flt np
work unci repair Boilers Jt -Machinery
sWAIl orders will receive our individual atten
tion and will be promptly filled on the most
reasonable tormi.
Offioe and Foundry on the Canal,
corner of Ingle Street.
mhlT-ly
or s
4m? -
DEPARTS:
Wav, Freight and Accommodation 6:45 a. m.
Mail 9 :25 a. M.
ARRIVES
Accommodation.
Mail
5:24 r. .
5:54 P. M.
T. H. & K. R. R.
I) X P A R T S FROM T. H.
Day Express 3: IS r. a.
Accommodation 7:05 3t.
Night Express 1:50 a. m.
ARRIVE A T. T. H.
Dcv Express 10: 45 p. M.
Aoominedatlon 5:35 a. m.
HI ;ht Express - 11:15 A. M.
These two roads maks good connections at Terre
Haute.
River News.
H Hi
SteaatM Chambers, Henderson.
' Keoto Henderson.
" Delaware, Henderson.
" Duke, Bowling Green.
' James Grey, Bowling Green.
" C ilossus, Louisville.
DEPARTURES.
Sf; ,'iinwr - l.rtUjUir.. Hendrson
" Keoto, Henderson.
14 Huntsman Cairo.
" Delaware, Louisville.
' Dee Moines Citv, Cairo
Cordelia Ann, Bowling Green.
" Duke, Louisville.
" James Gray, Bowling Green.
Colossus Lo.iisville.
The river still fulls, and the weather
is turning colder, and the prospect of a
rise grows more and more dreary.
At Cincinnati the river has fallen two
inches since Saturday, and is still de
clining. At Pittsburg it had risen six
inches, and was stationary.
Green, Cumberland and Tennessee
rivers are falling, and navigation, except
in the last named, is almost entirelv sus
pended. The Cordelia Ann returned to Bow
ling Green yesterday.
The Huntsman and Des Moines City
left yesterday afternoou for Cairo, both
having all the freight they could carry.
The Delaware left for Louisville at
noon, refusing all freight Captain Bal
lard was determined to go through with
out detention.
The Colossus arrived yesterday even
ing,, and returned to Louisville last
night
Tne Curlew drew up to the wharf last
night, and is now loading for Memphis
and all way points. She will probably
not leave until Thursday.
Lake Ice.
Plenty of Lake Ice constantly on hand
day and night, at the Lower Landing.
E. INGLE & CO.
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
JOSEPH FENDRICH & BROS.,
No. 158 Forest Street, A 40 Sooth
BALTIMORE, MD.
JOHN FENDRICH & BROS.,
COLUMBIA, PA.,
AND
F. FENDRICH & BEOS.,
Evansville, Ind ,
ise,
MAMT ACTfRKRS OT
TOBACCO.
AK KOW THE MOST EXTENSIVE
Manufacturers, in oar line, in the State. We
offer the following Tobacco and Cigars, of onr ovsv
manufacture, for sale :
200 Boxes of Five Lump per pound M) Cts.
2U0 Boxes of 10 Lump per pound CO Cts.
200 Boxes Frank's Orange Lump Tjl tt. BS Cts.
300 Rose Bud, In Caddies, porponnd r.O Cts.
300 Boxes BaroV's, in Caddies.
300 Caddies Peach Leaf, per pound fiO Cts.
200 El Dorado, Light, per pound Jl I0
300 Caddies Pancake, Light, per pound .v Cts.
100 Boxes Sun Cured Tobacco l S 53 Cts
4,000 lbs Home Spun Twist Tobacco ;
1,000 Barrels Smoking Tobacco ;
200 boxes Bond's Scotch Snuff;
60 Half Barrels Fine-Cut Chewing Tabaoeo :
100 Mervchaum Pipes ;
100 Gross Briar and Wood Pipes ;
200,000 Clay Pipes, assorted ;
100 Gross Rubber Pipes ;
10,01) asserts! Pipe Stems ;
25,000 Conha Cigars ;
24,0 0 Henry Clny Cigars, first' ;
26,000 Henrv Clay Cigars, Second's ;
28,000 La Napoleon Cigars ;
30,000 El Brutus Cigars ;
200,000 Half Spanish Cigars ;
200,000 Segareets ;
220,000 La Salvadlna Cigars ;
4OB.000 Packs Smoking Tobacco ;
50 Drums Turkish Smoking Tobaece ;
1,090 Bales Kinnicanick Smoking Toba. co ;
50 Drums Rhanghie ;
,cin r,.,u Maekahov Pnnff:
2,000 French Snuff.
Merchants and Store-Keepers, look to their
interest ; examine our large stock.
No. S7
Main Street, Sales Room
Factory, Cor. Locust L Water Sts.
We manufacture all the above goods, and will sel
30 per cent, cheaper than any House in our State.
We would call the attention of Merchants who
deal in our line, to buy from the manufacturers,
where they can save 30 per cont.
F. FENDRICH BROS.,
ap21 Evansville, Indiana.
GROCERIES.
N
EW ORLEANS SUGAR-65 hhds. Mr to
prime, for sale low by
S. E GILBERT & CO.
R
10 COFFEK 140 sacks prime for sale by
8. if. til LBEKT & CO.
TABLE SALT 50 sacks, of 60 small bags each,
for sale by S. E. GILBEBT CO.
NO. 1 HERRING 50 boxes
received and for sale bv
best quality just
S. E. GILBERT A CO.
NEW ORLEANS SUGAR
10 hhds. prime and choice New Orleans Sn
gar ; 5 hds. good and fair New Orleans Sugar ;
In store, and to arrive, at H. A. COOK'S.
PEPrER & SPICE
5 bags Pepper ;
2 " Spice ;
sept. 17.
At H. A. COOK'S.
BARREL AND HALF BARBEL COVERS
15 dox. assorted barrel and half qarrel covers ;
At H. A. COOK'S.
SHOE, SCHUB, AND DUSTING BRUSHES
50 dor. assorted Scrub Brushes
30 " handle Shoe Rn.h
1U
10
Shoe Brushes without handles ;
plain and fancy Hair Dusters ;
SMOKED
Herring
HERRING 100 boxes extra HO. 1
At H. A. COOK'S.
T7RESH CAN PINE APPLES-100
dm. fresh
J. can rine Apples, extra quality;
At H. A. COOK'S
YANKEE VEGETABLES
6 dox. 1 lb fresh Mackerel ;
5 2 lb ' "
10 " 1 n " Salmon;
1 " 8 lb " splcad Salmon ;
lo " 1 lb frsh Lobsters ;
6 aib
At H. A. 0OOJC'.
Evansville and Henderson Daily
Packet.
rpHE SWIFT AND RELIABLE LIGHT
1 DRAUGHT PACKET
T O
COMSTOCK Master,
O"'.7, - - Will t'iko the place of the
"Effort," and Till make two
trips to Henderson dailv,
Leavus Evansville daily at 12 m. and p. m.
Leaves Henderson daily at 7 a. m. and 4 j . m.
Connection mad - at Evansville with the Ev
anvi l ft Crawfordsville R. R.
For freight or pafsafro apply on board, or to
JOHN B. HALL, Evansville.
ocr! MORRIS i BUCKNEB, Henderson.
Evansville p.nd Cairo Packet Co.
FAST MAIL PACKET LINE.
Low Water
TO
.Si
Paducah
Cairo.
IHiring
the continuance of low water Boats will
run as follows :
T IT E FINE MAIL PACKET
TV" A TET ruK.:B,
G. DUS0UCHBT, Master W. DUNN, Clerk.
Leave Monday's and Thursday's at 2 o'clock, for
Cairo and aU Way Points.
Iaves Cairo Tuesday's and Friday's at I p. m.
THE LIGHT DRAUGHT PACKET
ttuuts nsr f
E. WHISTLER, Master F. R. HUSTON, Cl'k.
Leaves Wednesday's and Saturday's at 2 p. m. for
Cairo and all Way Point.
Leaves Cairo on Thursday's Suuday's ato p. m.,
Making connections at Cairo with the Illinoia
Central Railroad, and at Evansville with the
Evansville and Crawfordsville Railroad.
For freight or passage apply oh board or to Cox
A Humphrey, Lower Wharf Roat, or to P. D.
Veits, Agents. sepl5-dtf
Low Water Arrangement.
EVANSVILLE AND CAIRO PACKET
H U N T lit ESS,
ROBERTS, Master SHIELDS, Clerk.
TXILL PLY AS A REGULAR PACKET BE
V tweon Evansville, Paducah and Cairo dur
ing the low water. She is very light and roomy.
She leaves on MONDAY, September 14, at 10 a. m.
For freight or passage appls to
wpU tf JNO. B HALL, Agent.
Cincinnati and Memphis
PACKET COMPANY.
For Evansville, Henderson, Mon
Vernon, Shawneet wn. Smithl;i
Paducah. Cairo. Co! :::) ... Hi, w-
and Mempnis, and all way-points on the Oi :
and Mississippi Rivers, comprising the foUowib;
new light-draught passenger packets :
NORMAN,
JEWESS,
Captain Frazier.
W. C. MANN,
Capt. Batchelor.
PRINCESS,
Captan Maratta.
Captaia s hunk
One of the above Boats will pass Evansville
Weekly for Cairo, Columbus, Hickman, and Mem
phis. Also, weekly for Cincinnati.
For freight or passage enquire of
COX & HUSIPHREY,
eiltt Agents.
Eegnlar Evansvlle and Cairo
PACKET,
DURING LOW WATER.
THE STEAMER
OO LOU NA,
TOM. BOLUS, Captain.
H. HYDE, Clerk,
WILL RUN REGULARLY IN THE
above trade during low water.
vorireight or passage apply on
sep9
board.
TJ. S. Mail Boat for Louisville.
DURING THE LOW WATER
season the LonisvHlc and Evansville
U. S. Mail Comnanv will rnn a dailv
line, (Sunday's excepted! of lijr'
1-0 aui. uox a Humphrey's Wharf
For further information apply to Cox A Hnm-
purry. ju. it. BLKCK, Snierintendent.
itrgHiar KTaMYllle and Bowlins
Green Packet.
THK SPLENDID PASSENGER 8TEAMER
R. K. DUNKERSON,
A. DRINKWATER, Master,
WILL LEAVE EVANSVILTK
every Monday
e'clock p. m.
and
Thursday at 4
Leaves Bowling Green every Wednesday and
Saturday at S a. m., making sure connections with
the Arn.ada for the Lower Ohio, and Grey Eagle
for Lonlsvillo. my2ti
LOUISVILLE ANT) HENDERSON
AILY LINE, (SUNDAY'S X KT
The
EvansTille & Louisville
v.. liii.s; v . ouieiiam
I I at n i . " . . t ' I J t ,
i -
iS-Wi r ;t . s e n g e r
T3EJ A ES
"BIG" GREY EAGLE,
Capt. BUNCE J. A. LUSK, Clerk.
STAR" GREY EAGLE.
Cnpt. HUTSINPILLER .W. G. VORIS, Clerk
j. tTmccombs,
Capt. BALLARD J. GWATHNEY, Clerk
Compose the Line, and wi!' leive Evansville for
Louisville as follows:
Monday's, STAR GREY EAGLE, at 12 o'clock a
Tuesday's, J. T. MrCOMBS, nt A o'clock p u.
Wednesday's, " BIG " GREY EAGLE, at & o'clock
p. M.
Thnrsday's, "STAR" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
p. u.
Friday's, J
Saturday's,
P. M
T. MtCOMBS, at 5 o'clock p. a
'BIG" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
RETURNING:
1. T. McCOMBS, leaves Louisville Monday's
and
i nursuav s.
BIG" GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Tues
ilav's and Friday's,
STAR" GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Wed
nesday's and Saturday's. Punctually at .'
o'clock p. a.
For comfort and ipeed the above steamers art
unsurpassed. COX A HUMPHREY.
decl2
GROCERIES.;
FRUITS, FKUITS
20 doz 2 lb cans Fresh Peaches,
2" " " " Tomatoes,
M " " " Blackberries.
Just recived end for sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY CROCEUY.
PINE APPLES '.
10 doz 2 lb cans Fresh Pine Apple,
10 " 2 Quart Bottles
For sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
JELLIES JELLIES
R dozen assorted kinds choice Jellies,
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
CnAMPAIGNE CIDER
8 dozen Quart Bottles Cliampaigne Cider.
For aale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMIL'; GROCERY.
RAISENS AND CITRON
20 boxes Raisens,
100 ttw Genoa Citron.
For sale at
ELLIOTT'8 FAMILY GROCERY.
COXCENTRATED MILK
j Jozeu 1 lb cans ConcentratoJ Milk,
Just received and for sale
At ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
PRUNES
200 !bs Turkish Prunes,
2 do.en Jars French Prunes.
For 6al- at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY
PRIME PICKLED POBK
10 barrels choice, for sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
SOMETHING NEW
5 gross Mix's Patent Yentilulnr f..r
Coal Oil
needed
Lamps. Witn this burnor no
chimney
Call and see them
At ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY
"lOFFF.E
20 sacks choice Rio Coflee, for sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
BRUSHES
10 dozen assorted sizes Feather Brushes,
o
10 "
Counter
assorted kiuds Scrub Brushes,
Shoe Brnshes,
2 " Flour Brushes.
Just received and for sale at
ELLIOTT'8 FA MILT GROCERY.
FRENCH MUSTARD
8 dozen Genuine French Mustard, for sale
ai atitilUTT 3 FAMILY GROCERY.
"CLOUR
"L D",bI, Extra Whit Wheat F'our,
200 Sacks a a u ,
Jnst received at
ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
PICKLKD CLAMS AND LOBSTEBfrl""
U doz. quart Pickled Clams, extra;
8 ' hf. gal. Lobsters;
6 " quart
Ifi " pint "
At R. A. COOK'S.
Arrangement
I. S
IJOrLa
MarassTE .
The Best is always the Cheapest
Especially is this trne of
O T O
AXD
Gents' Purnishing Good.
Test it by calling on
H. CARL IN,
No. 8
J.
F I R
ST STREET,
(XBAB POST-OfflCM,)
EVASSVILLH, IND.
rHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST KK -turned
from tbe East, where be has laid in
one of the best stocks of Clothing and Gents' Fur
nisl:iug Goods ever brought to this City. My
Cloths, Cassimere, Vesting Ac, were selected
with an eye single to qualitv end stvle ; aud Iiht
ins become conversant with the taste of our oeo-
ple, am satisfied that in this particular my Goods
will give excellent satisiaction.
Gents Furnishing Goods of every description
will also be found at my establish msnt such as
Gloves Hosiery, Neck-Ties, Shii dollars, Sus
penders, sc.
My facilities for manutacti ri t Clothing are
excellent ; and as for Cuttinr Ga net. Is to fit no
satisiaction no pay. I ask j i . take a mean
htting garment off my fcai. . -.
Over-Coatings of every .i .jtr sud style will be
found at my istablistm int. Though it may
sound unreasonable to. c Overcoats daring
the " heated term," we -i:st remember that in
"peace is the timetoirtt re for war," and in
Sumnier make our preparation for the cold blasts
of Winter. No better preparation can be devised
than the ordering of a good reliable Overcoat,
such as may be found at No. 8 First Street.
Orders for Clothing of every description will
receive the personal attention of tbe uudersigned,
and will be promptly attended to. The motte at
No. 8 is, " Promises punctually fulfilled."
Before ordering Fall or Winter suit Gent will
consult their own interest by examining my
Goods and Prices. Remember the place
No. 8 First Street, (near Post Office,)
auglS J. II. C AUXIN.
WHOLESALE
CLOTHING HOUSE!
GOLDMAN, BERG & CO.,
No. Q
North First St., Evansville ;
BRANCH OF
GOLDMAN, BERG & CO.,
Wo. 006
Market Street, Philadelphia,
1 w haTB now redy TerT ,ars ietd toek of
Fall : Winter Clothing:
A5D
! Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
SHAWLS, BLANKETS
tn
TRAVELING SHIRTS.
Boys' OlotHlns,
IN GREAT VARIETY,
To which w desirs to call the attention ot tb
trade. Onr Good being all manufac
tured by ourselves, buyers have
Only One Profit to Pay.
We feel confident that oar prior are folly a low
as those of any other House in the Wast.
AU Goods Warranted.
sepS
HENRY FEL7)MAN,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. 54
Main Street,
EVANSVILLE, IND.
i
WISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF
tbe citizens of Evansvill and vicinitv tn m.
large and well selected tock of French Cloths,
Cassimeres, beautiful Vesting and Furnishing
joods in general.
I have just returned from the East, where I have
made my own purchases, and can therefor recom
mend all my Goods a being of th first qaality
I employ none bnt th best of workmen, and con
sequently turn out work equal to any in the City
sep8-6m
UNITiED STATES
Wholesale Clothing
AXD
FURNISHING HOUSE.
Clothing for the Million!
L. LOEWENTHAL & CO.,
gain in the market, at
stand
the old well known
Cor. Main and First Sts.,
(Which ha been rebuilt and enlarged,) with the
largest and best selected stock of
I FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
AXD
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Ever Opened In this Market.
fLR OLD CUSTOMERS AND THE TRADE
, V generally are respect fully invited to call and
, exam ne our Goods aad prices before pnrchasins
clsewhere, a we teel assured we can offer soperter
luducemenu to CASH buyers.
: One f our Arm resides iu New York, and has
had many years experience In buying and manu
facturing, and devotes his whole time to
Purchasing and Superintending th
.Manufacturing Department ,
And as we buy exclusively for CASH, we can and
will sell as low to the trade a any
House
sepll
East or West.
MACKEBKL IN KITS
50 kits No. 2 Maokervl;
50 " '
IS ' " 1
IS " assorted nses aad axtss ataaksral:
At M. A. 07.
THE NEW
S X
DRY sailS HOUSE.
I TV rr E IV S E
EXCITEMENT
A T
Kqs, 14 fc 16
First Street.
WITHOUT DELAY,
TO
COOUDGE'S,
Where you will find them opening
assortment of
the largest
Ever offered In this market in
Rich Silk and Dress Goods
They bave no Competitors
of New York City.
thU side
T JfS, 313
J3L ID
Embroidered Edgings and Insert
ing". Real Laces, Dress Trimmings,
Ladies' Cloth and Bearer Cloak,
Point Luce Collars and Seta, dte Ve.
Oli in tiler' s Block,
No's. 14 & 16 First Street,
(Tteoioort Went of Pott Office,)
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
mylS J. T. 6l g. A. C OOL IDG E.
1
5
X
Sr No. 10
FIRST
Wholesale and Retail
DRY GOODS.
In addition to all in our
former lines, we now have
the BEST STOCK of the fol
lowing Goods ever brought
to this City, viz:
CARPETS,
OIL, CLOTHS,
MATTINGS,
3a XT Gr s ,
WINDOW SHADES,
AVintlovs Hollands,
Curtain Damasks.
LACE CURTAINS,
Curtain
Fixtures,
CUP. TAIN CORNICES;
And almost everything in the
HOUSE FURNISHING LINE.
my20-lv JAUI ESS k FRENCH.
Ko. 10 First Street, BvaasvUle.
j
SEWING. MACHINES.
F.
M. SELLMAN HAVING FITTED FP AN
office, No. 35 Maiu Street, will rmm .. h.l.
tofore, a good assortment of Wheeler A Wilson'
ing Machines and put on
gw improTemenu.
BELLMAN, Af't.
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