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.OCTOBER S
THE FUNNY CORNER
The Louisville Democrat complains
that the Union men of Ohio call the
Democratic candidate for Governor,
" Villaindamhim."
The Empress Eugenie, at Biarritz,
dances until two o'clock every morning,
bathes next day with the Princess Mu
rt deuced pretty woman and both
frolic wildly in the surf.
What light could not be possibly seen
in a dark room? An Israelite.
It sounds very odd, but yet it is true,
that the first apple was eaten by the first
pair.
" Say, Jack, can you tell as what's the
best thing to hold two pieces of rope to
gether?" " I guess knot, Jack.
What is the d:'Ierence between your
great coat and a baby? One you wear
and the other you was.
" Pray, madam, what makes you so
sedate? "Oh, I have taken a sedative."
Marriageable young ladies are prettily
called waiting-maids.
The man who lives for himself alone
lives for a mean fellow.
Laws are like cobwebs, which catch
small flies, but let wasps and hornets
break through.
Drinking water neither makes a man
sick, nor in Jebt, nor his wife a widow.
Four things come not back the bro
ken word, the sped arrow, the past life,
and the neglected opportunity.
A young girl generally loses her fresh
ness by mingling with fashionable socie
ty, as a bright stream does by mingliDg
with the sea.
A man the other day gave as a reason
for laving up golden treasures, that moth
and rust wouldn't corrupt 'em, and then,
besides, they would be a safe thing to
fall back on, let who will keep house
hereafter.
Somebody has discovered that the
largest room in the world is the "room
for improvement "
Noticing the beautiful hue which
spreads over certain dames cheeks, Wid
dikins muttered, "A real Lady of the
Lake. "
The moon is so old that, if it is made of
green cheese, it is unquestionably in
habited.
'Til pay your bill at sight," as the
blind man said to the doctor, who had
in vain attempted to cure him of blind
ness. Ferocity ',is generally unsoftened by
sensuality; the milk of. the wolf could
always be traced in the veins of the ef
feminate Romans.
" Never judge from manneis, " said
Lord Byron, "once I had my pocket
picked by the .civilest gentleman I ever
met with. "
Of all the Percy family the noblest is
Percy Vere (persevere), and the most
crael Percy Cute (persecute).
A good many persons are like the
Mississippi river shallowest and dirtiest
at the mouth. .
A traiden aunt whose locks of snow
Proclaimed her young some jeara ago
Beproved her neice, a dam9el gay,
For dreasinz in the wanton wav.-
By which our modern girls expose.
A vast deal more tl an eyes and uos?
hid.
did 7 "
" Dear aunt, so I do, as you may perceive
I dress in the mode of Grandmother Eve I
Sidney Smith once said : " God
save my king, in these times, too often
means God save my pensions and mv
.place; God give my sisters an allowance
out of the privy purse, make me clerk of
the irons, and let me survey the melt
ings; let me live upon the fruit3 of other
men's industry and fatten upon the plun
der of the public."
Tbe Wrong Boy. Captain Ellia, of
the cavalry, relates the following little
incident, which serves to illustrate how
coolly the " horrors of war" are looked
upon by our boys. He says in one of the
numerous skirmishes in which his com
pany were engaged, dismounted, one of
his men, young Kitchen, from Houlton,
Maine, spied a rebel running across the
field opposite. "Now," says Kitchen,
taking aim at the reb, " you'll see that
lad jump," and fired, but missed his
mark. The Tebel coolly stopped and re
turned the compliment, and George re
ceived a ball in the fleshy part of the
leg. He jumped about four feet and
ejaculated : " By golly, the wrong' boy
jumped that time ! "
Tot Wicotd Wretches. Away down
East lived a couple of maiden spinsters
of most industrious habits and devoted
piety. They devoted themselves unre
mittingly to toil six days in the week,
and religiously consecrated the seventh
to rest and the office of religion. One
Saturday evening Nancy and Polly were i
prying weir .mtun j-neeclles with more
than usual speed, in order to finish an
allotted stent before the clock should
mark the commencement of holy time.
Absorbed in their labor, the minutes
passed swiftly by, when Aunt Polly, hav
ing completed her stocking, raised her
eyes to the clock and perceived that she
had been working on the Sabbath. Lift
ing up her eyes beavenward, she ex
claimed: " Lord deliver us, sister Nancy
I declare we have committed dultery."
J A gentleman, when the cholera
was raging in London, complained to his
landlady that the water with which she
made his tea had a strong and unwhole
some flavor. " Well, sir," said the land
lady, " I can only account for it by the
graveyard at the back of the house.
The spring must pass through it" The
lodger rushed frantically from the house,
and presently met Jerrold, to whom he
communicated his trouble. '! suppose,"
said Jerrold, "your landlady thought
you liked tea like your port with plenty
of body in it!"
EAT EXTERMINATOR.
"Only infollible remedies known."
" Free from Poisons."
" Hot dangerous to th- Hnman Family."
" Rata come out of thci r holes to die. " "
"Sold Wholesale in all large cities.
VSold by all DauccisTS and K; ; iii.rr.s every
where. I ! ! Iseware IIP' of all worthier imitation?.
that "COSTAB'ft" .. ,uh
Bottle and Flask, before yon buy
Address HEXRT Tt rnsTlIl.
ISCI7AL DSPOT 4h2 BaoAl.wtv V V
".r-i.j-c.n. s wuiik.
. rTholesala and Retail Agent,
Tlo-WS Evansville. Ind.
ixj B8BCaTPJ3E
? r . . ft W rw v
COMMERCIAL.
New York Money Market.
New York, Oct. 7.
MONEY active and !irnw at 67 $ oent.
STIRLING XaVHANiII: easier and quiet at CI j
HI D without decided change, opening at 46?.;
ulvan c to ;?,and closing quiet at 4iVs:
GOVERNMENT 8TOCK.S very firm. U. S. B's
of 81 Coupons 10Sl0tVi. 7 3-10 Ireasnrv Not.
108.
Total exports of specie to-day $270,2'V.
STOCKS hardly so firm and elosed heivfc
Cincinnati Markets.
Cincinnati, Oct.-7.
FLOTR unchanged and quiet
WHEAT unchanged and quiet.
CORN unchanged, at 90c for car.
OATS declined to b8c, and closed dull.
WHISKY advanced to S3c, closing quiet.
PROVISIONS, nothing transpired. Market
very quiet, but holders firm at the advance aske 1
yesterday.
GROCERIES firm and the demand good.
GOLD declined to 44.
SILVER unchanged.
EXCHANGE in active demand at par (a,4 pre
mium, the latter the selling rate.
The rain ceased at noon. Weather cooler.
Barometer rising.
COMMISSION HOUSE.
VDAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
New Arrangement.
IHE A PA MS EXPRESS COMPANY RE
SPECTFULLY announce to their friends and
jatrons, the public of Evansville and vicinity that,
with increased facilities for athe transportation of
Freight, Packages,
Honey and Valuables,
They solicit a continuance of former favors. Es
pecial care takon in the collection of Bills, Draft
Notes, and the transportation of small and valua
ble packages.
All persons wishing to avail themselves of tl .
'acilities of the Express, can obtain any desired in
formation in reference to the routes and details of
;he business, at their office on First street, between
Kain and Locust.
jy2 CHA8. WENTi!, Agent.
I. A. CSASI. WM. BBOWS. R. K. DVNRKBSOS
CRANE, BROWN & CO..
Forwarding and ComtnissHy.'
Merchants ,
AND
Jpecial Railroad Agents.
Give throngh receipts and make liberal cash ad
vances on shipments of. Produce
and Tobacco to
Sew York. CRANK
Evansville, Nov. 20th, 1861.
BROWN A CO.
H. B. CLIFFORD,
Commission Merchant
E X C L U S I V E L Y.
T II AYE DISFOSED'OF MY STOCK OF GBO-
JL ceries, Produce, Ac, as I find that T cannot,
nor can any one else, do justice to themselves and
their shippers when they huy, for it Is natnral
that they will tell their own goods first. As I
have many shippers, I will hereafter confine my
self sf ictiy to the
COUIIIIION BUSINESS,
And hope that I wi
many favors shown
"'ud.'a continuance of the
M during tlie past eight
sonal attention to all con-
years. 1 shall irive p
signments, and will
on produce in store
make liberal cash advances
My motto is,
Quick Sales and Prompt Beturns.
Dealers in Cotton cannot do better than to leave
their orders with me. Mr. F. M. COPELANB,
late of Copeland, Edmonds A Co., will give the
Cotton business his personal attention. He is ons
among the best judges in the State. Orders
solicited. n. B. CLIFFORD,
sepUo No. 7 Front Bow, Memphis, Tenn.
3bo. Fostke. A. H. Fosteb. Wm. A. Gwth.
GEO. FOSTER & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers,
Produce and Provision Merchants,
COBSEB OP LOCUST STREET AND THE CANAL,
an0 EYAKSYILLE. IKD.
w. s. m'clvrf.. b. f. bat.labd. c. m'clcle.
W. S. McCLURE & CO.,
PRODUCE
rnM WISDOM &CH A IT T S .
Butter, Cheese, Lard, Eggs, Beans,
Peas, Dried Fruits, Tlour
and Provisions,
2SO Fulton St. ,
Op. Washington Market, NEW YOBK.
IlEFEREXCES.
Geo TV. White, Cash. Mechanic's Bank, Brook
lyn. New Yoik.
Hon. Horatio Ballard, Sec. State of New York.
Wm. Cripss, Pres. Standard Ins. Co. New York.
A. H. Ballard, Ypsilanti, Michigan.
J. L. Kelly, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
B. H. Huntington, Adam's Irff Co. N. Y.
J. H. Reed, TJtica, New York.
Hon. Henry J. Baymond, " New York Times-"
C. H. rV'heeler.St. Albans Vt.
1. Ward, Lancaster Grant Co. Wisconsin.
ielOdly j
SCHNEIDER ZUBERBIEB., !
(Successors to Schneider A Wise',J
Commission Merchants
For the sale, of all 1, inds of
Western Jviotliiee,
FLOCR, BACON, PORK, LARD,
Hay, Corn, Oats, Batter, Eggs, &.c.
Corner Lafayette, New Levee and
Fulton Streets,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
nus25-6m Ja 7
vVatts, Givxh A Co.. f Ckak Buowh,
Pn.lncah, Ky., J Evansville, Ind
Hakding, Given & Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
WATTS, CRAKE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 15 Bboad Stw.it,
NEW YORK CITY.
!Ve bavo opened a House in the city of New Tort
for the sale of
Tobacco and Western Produce,
Under the name of
WATTS, CRANE A CO.
Mr. D. Watta, of the firm of Watts, Given A Co.
jf -Paducah, long familiar with Tobacco, will take
charge of that department of our business, and Mr.
I. Crane, of Crane and Brown, Evansville, will
-.ako charge of the Produce business, a
may 21 WATTS, CRANE & CO.
T. Cox. F. M. Humphrey.
COX & HUMPHREY,
Forwarding & Commission
Merchants,
Steamboat Agents,
WTHATIF - BOAT PUGPaiETOItS,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
We have taken the Gray Eagle Wharf Boat, and
isk of our friends a continuance of their patronage.
One of us will be found" aboard both day and night
to attend to the wants of shippers. s-p!
MEDICIAL
A Valuable Medicine
FOU EVERY FAMILY.
DRUGGISTS IN ALL
sections of the city
and country ieep on
hand buy, sell and re
commend as a tonic,
stimulant and appetizer,
Roback's Stomach Bit
ters. APOTHECARIES IN
all sections of tho city
and countrv keep' in
stock, sc-rtihd dispense
as a tonic K.iback's
,H- n i! Bitter-,
' I'M VS-ICIAK- in all
section er the city and
country approve and re
commend a a tnntr Itu
tirtck'fltitortiach Bitters.
-"teeCER.S in all secv
tions of tho city an(t
country keep constantly
nrpplfeil wrtn aild dral
in Itohock's Stomach
Bitte'S. a & ,
HOTELS Jn aH sec
tions of the ,eity and
ro'intry are supplied
wit anxl "cannot keep
sti. U of RoUtck's Stomach Bitter
uuiei, ninaut
HOSPITALS (Mougboat the army of tho North
have found an Ipdispenaabje tonic, ud aro ti.in -for
the soldiers Bobuck's' Pto-rjacb Bitters.
SUTLERS in every regiment ought to h
and many have' introduced, and highly recom
mend Koback's Stomach Bitters.
I LADIf.8, old aud young, for IJilliousnessLlvor
Complaints. Langnor, Weakness ani general De
bility, are recommended to m Roaack's Stomach
Bitters.
EVERYBODY wiio desires a good tonic for
giving tone to the spirits, a healthy appetite aud
ntrnr'th to lh. krM.ni Min-rrtllv. HlimitH no, full
ROY. i In .n, L.tU nf n.iWIi'. Utim4.1i ItitUH
DR. C. W. ROBACK,
i-- r . i,.-, i
flfflre unrl Mnni.f.ri..rt K.. f. en A
East Tlilrd Street.
aWFor sale by all Druggists evervwhere
angle
BOOTS & SHOfclfe.
a-s
Mill
a n p
SHOE HOUSE.
So. 63
SLAIN STEEET,
Are again in Market with the
largest Stock of
GOOD GOODS,
(We say GOOD, for we sell
that kind
Stocks to be
found
in
a- v
House of our
riccjiinintance
East or West
Tl
le were bougrit ror .asn
by one of the firm who
peiuls the greater part of his
time East for that express
X.YT 1
jiurpose. witn many years
txperienca in the business,
we flatter ourselves that we
understand it well, and with
facilities at our command, we
fSell Uoocts as eneap as any
J ebbing! 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
of the trade to an examina
tion of our Goods. We like
to sell good Goods ; they
speak for us whereever they
go-
MORGAN, BEAD & CC.
HAT HOUSE
It is not a mooted question that
MORGAN, READ & CO.,
No. 68
Wain Street,
Have the Largest and Hand
somest stock of
H ATS
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 Dresa 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
Wool Burnside, Monitor, Cochran,
&c, Hats.
Men's Plain and Colored Leghorn
and Straw Hate.
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 Stock 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
COLLECTOR'S SALE.
Collector's Sale of Real Estate for the payment 1
of the costs and expenses of Sidewalk Improve- j
ments.
NOTICE IS HBBEBY GIYEN, THAT BI i
virtne of a precept Issued by tho Mavor of the I
City of Evansville and tome directed, 1 will sell
at public anctfo.i, at the door of the Court House
in said C'itv, Friday, October 8, at 10 o'clock
a. m., the following Lota or parcels of Real Estate,
or so mnch thereof as may be necessary to pay the
amount charged and assessed against said Lots re
spectively for the costs and expsnsss of making
sidewalk improvements upon said Lots, together
with the costs of sals, and that the said sals will be
continued on the next day thereafter, vil : Satur
day, the 10th of Owober.atlO o'elook a. m., at
the same place for the purpose of selllugsneh prop,
erty as may have been sold on tbe day above moti
oned and not paid for :
FOURTH BNLABOBMEVT.
L Ot No. 1, bloek Ho. I; Frank Chambers heirs
ownors, $19 M.
STOCKWBLL'8 EHLABGMBNT.
r.- .
Lot 9, block 1, C. L. Neamasten's heirs, SI K'-L
W. W. Jflot 10, bloek 1, 90itf. " j
W. 8. BOEFFLX, Oolleetor. I
BranrvtUe, SwL M, U9i.
nit:
wmmm
lilt nil i 1
INSURANCE AGENCY.
INSURANCE AGENCY
j. W. NEXSEN,
Marble Sail, Main Street,
EVANSVILLE, IND.,
Underwriter and General In
surance Agent.
; Adjuster of Fire Losses and
Notary Public.
Mail..
All business connected
with Insurance attended to
with promptness and fidelity.
Polices issued in several ol
the oldest and most reliable
Companies in the Union.
MM' LIFE and MARIN? .
Combined Cash Capital Rep
resented over
$5,000,000 00
?EEFAR IN TIME
AGAINST THE
THE FIRES OF FALL I !
BY
Prime A No. 1 Icsirance
la Tin
Phoenix Insurance Company
or HARTFORD CONN.
The Fruits of the Phcenix
Are manife&t in the following statemeut of
nhovrinz the amount equalized to public benefit in
she shape of losses paid in the West and South,
iiuriug the past four years ; a line of valuable ser
( Ice, honorable as well as commendable, and which
-hould sugtxt
o every man who desires to bestow his inuvanc
patronage uion a
WELL TRIED CORPOHATION.
4f,277.5 OHIO 840,377. 45
a,OM INDIANA 27,22.94
(10,174.56 ILLINOIS ti9.174.56
32,670,8 MICHIGAN 32,670.08
S4,2J0.13 WISCONSIN 34,920.13
19,323.34 IOWA 18,323.34
8,653.1' I MINNESOTA 8.S53.10
1, 67.00 NEBRASKA 1,167.00
9,765.00 KANSAS 9,765.00
Si,0o4.26
43,054.90
21,832.55
27,698.83 ,
22,839.43
KENTUCKY..
34,054.36
43,054.90
20,832.55
27,698.83
. 22,839.43
3,901 .9S
5.7.6 55
TENNESSEE
MISSISSIPPI
MISSOURI
ARKANSAS
3,861:98
TEXAS...
655.55 ALABAMA.
lit )he equitable a&juttment, and promfl Gah re
tpeiue to losses, the PHCENIX stands pre-eminently at
the head of its profession ; while its extensive, practi
Heal, and first-class business system of loci agencies,
is not excelled by any similar corporation in the world.
lHsnrancies 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.
Losses Paid, Upward o
fl4,000,000.
The great public service, promptness and relia
bility of this wi.H-trJ.-d and sterling Company, re
commend it to pieferenco with those needing In
surance. JSB" Insurance solicited and Politics issued by
J. W. NEXSEN, Agent,
fehfi Marble Hall Building, No. 9. Main st.
MACHINISTS.
it
KIT FIH,
EVANSVILLE, IKD.r
Manufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES,
STEAM BOILERS,
axd
CIRCtJLAR SAW MILLS,
Of the most Approved Pattern.
ALSO
Ali kinds of Machinery appertain
ing to Railroads, Steamboats,
Distilleries, Flouring Mills.
SUGAR MILLS,
or all sizes with the latest Improve
meats attached ; Tobacco Screws,
Portable Engines.
&c, &c, &c.
Houso Fronts,. Grates, Rail
ing, Iron and Brass Castings
of every description.
DIALERS IN
Steam Gauges, Gum Belting, Fire
Briek, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting
Cloth, &c., at
MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
j
1 Repairing
t
done at short notice,
Workmen sent to all parts to flt m
work and repair Boilers & Machlnery
CB"AU orders will receive our Individual atten
tion and will bo promptly tilled on thu most
reasonable terms.
Office and Foundry on the Canal,
corner of Ingle Street.
mhl7-lj
-OF
i
RAILROAD REGIS T F Si
E. & C. R. R.
D E P A B T S :
Wav, Freight anerAesommodation 6 :45 a. m.
..9 :26 A. H.
A B B I V S
Accommodation.
Mail
.5:24 p. M.
S: 54 p. x.
T. H. R. R. R.
DEPARTS FROM T. H.
Dav Express 3;15 p
Accommodation
..7:05 A
..1:50 A.
Night Express
ABBIVB AT T. H.
Day Kxpress W-
Accommedalion . a. .
Night Kxpress
These two roads make good connections at Terre
Haute.
River News.
ARRIVALS.
Sinauior Chambers, Henderson.
M Colonna, Cairo.
Duke, Thrae Mile,
DEPARTPRIS.
Rtoamvr CUmUn, nenderso.
The river is stationary here with about
27 inches hence to Cairo, and 30 inches
to Louisville.
Heavy rains have prevailed along tbe
whole line of the river, and it is station
ary at Cincinnati and Pittsburg, with the
prospect of a speedy rise, though not of
any great magnitude.
The Colonna arrived from Cairo yes
terday morning, with some freight and a
numher of passengers, and bringing the
mail.
She will go out at -Jen o'clock to day
with the mails, and has fine passenger
accommodations. Capt. Bolus is a com
petent and courteous officer and the
Colonna is very light.
The Dukend Cordelia Ann have been
aground at Three Mile Island for two or
three days.
The Duk' got off yesterday and ar
rived here, but left again in the evening
for Bowling Green.
The fleet and elegant Delaware, Capt.
Ballard, with Capt. Ashcraft in the office,
will be the regular packet for Louisville
this morning. The Delaware is a first
class stern-wheeler, and has fine passen.
ger accommodations.
The Chambers again has a clear field
hence to Henderson, the Keoto having
retired. The Chambers leaves daily, as
usual.
The steamer Atlanta No. 2 was sold
Saturday last to parties in Louisville for
the sum of $12,000.
The New Albany Ledger of Monday
says
Capt. Liter's new steamer wa3 launch
ed Saturday afternoon from the yard of
Messrs. Dowerman & Humphrey's. The
launch was a beautiful one, not a single
accident or drawback occurred.
The mail boat for Cairo will leave at
10 o'clock this morning.
Shippers and correspondents will take
notice and govern themselves accord
ingly. i - i. -J
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
JOSEPH FENDRICH & BPvOS.,
No. ir.fi Forest i-pt. A. 4 9 m
BALTIMORE, lift.
JOHN FENDRICH & BROS.,
COLUMBIA, PA ,
AND
RICH & BROS.,
Evansville, Ind ,
Branches of the Baltimore Houae,
MAVPrAiTrRRRS or
T A H A tfl wH
Tr"E ARE NOW THH MOST EXTENSIVE
Manufacturers, In our line, In the State. W
offer tho following Tobacco and Cigars, of our own
manufacture, for sale :
200 Boxes of Five Lump per pound 60 Cts.
200 Boxes of 10 Lump per pound 60 Cts
200 Boxes Frank's Oraags Lnmp lb. 65 CM.
300 Rose Bud, in Caddies, per pound 60 Cts.
800 Boxes Barow's, In Caddies.
300 Caddies Peach Leaf, per pound 60 Cts
200 El Dorado, Light, per pound 81 00
300 Caddies Pancake, Light, per pound 80 Cts.
100 Boxes Sun Cured Tobacco fl lb S5 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 Tobacco ;
100 UDinbuuin ri ;
100 Gross Briar and Wood Pipes ;
200,000 Clay Pipes, assorted ;
100 Gross Rubber Pipes ;
10,000 assorted Pipe Stems ;
25,000 Cenha Cigars ;
24,000 Henry Clay Cigars, first's j
26,000 Henry Clay Cigars, Second's;
23,000 La Napoleon Cigars ;
30,009 El Brutus Cigars ;
2u0,000 Half Spanish Cigars ;
200,000 Segareeta ;
220,000 La Salvadina Cigars ;
409,000 Packs Smoking Tobacco ;
50 Drums Turkish Smoking Tobacco ;
1,000 Bales Kinnicanick Smoking Tobaeeo ;
50 Drums Shanghie ;
2,000 Pounds Mackaboy Snuff ;
2,000 French Snuff.
Merchants and Store-Keepers, look to their
interest ; examine our large stock.
NO. T
Main Street, Sales Room
Factory, Cor. Locust & Water Sts.
We manufacture all the above geods, and will sel
30 per cent, cheaper than any House in our State.
Wo wonld call the attention of Merchants who
deal in our line, to buy from the manufacturers,
where they can save 30 per cent.
F. FENDRICH A BBOS.,
ap21 . Evansville, Indiana.
GROCERIES.
SUNDRIES ' y.
; O Strawberry and Lemon Syrup, Almonds,
: Brazil Nuts, Essence of Coffee, Wooden Bowls.
English Walnuts, Figs, Raisins, Currants,
i ? kv.. Can,?y' u y,,tr. 81oo. Horse and
1 Scrubbing Brushes, Lobsters, Sardines, Alum
, Epsom Salts, Roll Brimstone, Sulphur, CoDtieras'
i Madder Extract of Logwoodlndigoi , CrSSSSS'
tar, Soda, Bed Cords of all kinds, Tobacco of all
k nds, Blacking, Batting, Nutmegs, Cigars of all
, kmd. Gmger Camphor, Carolina and Wagon
. Tar, Brooms, Cotton Yarn, Ground Ginger, Castile
, Soap, Playing Cards, Glass Jars. Lanterns, Tom.
una ana nun. Pepper Sauce, Matches, Pickles,
Mustard, Fish of all kinds, Tomato Catsup.Powder
Safety Fuse, Soaps of all kinds, Starch, Teas, Vin
epur, Letter, Note. Cao. and Fnncv inn,.r
1 ping Paper, Envelopes. Salt Petre, Gum Drops
i JJJcn Bowls, Jujnbe Paste, Cinnamon, Coal 01
Bonnet Boards. Ink
i;iovcs, JNalls, Sash, Glass
. Sniritn Turnnntinn 11
spice. Sal Soda, Pain Killer, Licorice, Su , Ac. Ae
-..fcivimriooTi Kept constant lv on hand
and for sale low by 8. E. GILBERT A CO.,
'T9tf No. Syoamoro Street .
r rty n
L rtmO
Evansville and Henderson Daily
Packet.
THE SWIFT AND RELIABLE LIGHT
DRAUGHT PACKET
KL E O T O ,
COMSTOCK Master,
Will take the place of the
"Effort," and will make two
trir.B to Henderson daily.
Leaves Evansville daily at B m. and 7 p. m.
Leaves Henderson daily at 7 a. m. and 4 p. ui.
Connections made at Evansville with the Ev
ansvi le A Crawfordsvillc R. R.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
JOHN B. HALL, Evansville.
et2 MORRIS & BL'CKXER, Henderson.
Evansville and Cairo Packet Co.
FAST MAIL PACKET LINE
Low Water
Arrangement
Paducah 8c Cairo.
During the continuance of low water Boats will
run as follows :
THE FINE MAIL PACKET
MAY 3TJX3L:EJf
G. DCS0UCHET, Master W. DUNN, Clerk.
Leaves Monday's and Thursday's at 2 o'clock, for
Cairo and all Way Points.
Leaven Cairo Tuesday's and Friday's at 5 p. ra.
TILE LIGHT DRAUGHT PACKET
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 Sunday's at f p. m.,
Making connections at Cairo with the Illinois
Central Railroad, and at Evansville with the
Evansville and Crawfordsville Railroad.
For freight or passage apply on board or In Cox
Humphrey, Lower Wharf Boat, or to P. D.
Veils, Agents. eep!5-dtf
Low Water Arrangement.
EVANSVILLE AND CAIRO PACKET
HUNTRESS,
R0BKRTS, Master SHIELDS, Clerk.
TTTILL PLY AS A REGULAR PACKET BE
VV tween Evansville, Paducah and Cairo dur
ing tho low water. She is very light and roomy.
She leaves on BIONDAY, Septemher 14, at 10a. m.
For freight or passage applt to
sep!2 tf JNO. B HALL, Agent.
Cincinnati and Memphis
PACKET COMPANY.
For Evansville, Henderson, Mount
Vernon, Shawneetown, Smithland
Paducah. Cairo. Columbus. Hickim
and Mempnis, and all way-poLits n the 0! :
and Mississippi Rivers, comprisine- the followi',
new light-draught passenger packets :
NORMAN,
JEWESS,
Captain Frazier.
W. C.MANN,
Capt. Batchelor.
PRINCESS,
Captan Maratta.
Captain Shunk.
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 i HUMPHREY,
epMtf Agents.
Regular Evansville and Cairo
PACKET,
DURING LOW WATER.
THE STEAMER
oo lo sr
TOM. BOLUS, Captain.
H. HYDE, Clerk,
WILL RUN REGULARLY IN THE
above trade during low water.
trorrrelght or passagu apply on
sep9-
board.
TJ. S. Mail Boat for Louisville.
DURING THE LOW WATER !
7 Reason the T.onisvlllA and Vvanavtll. I
U. S. Mail
Comn:mv will run a dnilv
nw, iiiniiay s excepieo) ei light arangnt steam
ers, leaving from Cox A Humphrey's Wharf
Boat.
vr ertl- '-r., .!.. ii ppiy to fox A Hum-pbn-y.
JO. n BUNCE. Superintendent.
June 25-tf
Kegular Evansville and
Green Packet.
Bowling
THE SPLENDID PASSENGER STEAMER
R. K. DUNKERSON,
A. DRINK WATER, Master,
WILL LEAVE EVANSVILLE
every Monday and Thursday at 4
o'clock p. m.
Leaves Bowling Orecn every Wednesday and
Saturday at 8 a. m., making sure connections with
tho Armada for the Lower Ohio, and Grey Eagle
for Louisville. my26
LOUISVILLE AND HENDERSON
AILY LINE, (SUNDAY'S X ElT
The Evansvilic & Louisville U. S
. tl , ji -a .
3a i.nie t niiiiinnii sbsbk.
Passenger
t&B331 J&l Sil 3EL S
"BIG" GBjEY EAGLE,
Capt. BCXCE J. A. LUSK, Clerk.
" STAR ""GREY EAG LE,
Capt. HCTSINPILLEB W. 0. VOBIS, Clerk
J. T. M cCOMBS,
Capt. BALLARD J. GWATHNEY, Clerk
Compose the Line, and will leave Evansville for
Louisville as follows :
Monday's, STAR GREY EAGLE, at 12 o'clock a
Tuesday's, J. T. McCOMBS, at 6 o'clock r H.
Wednesday's, "BIG" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
r w.
Thursday's, "STAR" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
P. M
Friday's, J. T. McCOMBS, at 6 o'clock r. m
Saturday's, " BIG " GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
RETURNING:
J. T. McCOMBS, loaves beassriUe Monday's and
Thursday's.
BIG" GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Tues
day's and Friday's,
"STAR" GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Wed
nesday's and Saturday's. Punctually at f
o'clock p. M.
For comfort and speed the above steamers ar.
unsurpassed. COX A- HUMPHREY.
dec!2
GROCERIES"
FRUITS, FRUITS
20 dos 2 lb cans Fresh Peaches,
" " " Tomatoes,
80 " " " Blackberries.
Just received and for sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY CROCERY.
PIN
10
B API'LiBll
doz 2 lb cans Fresh Pine Annie.
10 " 2 Quart Bottles
For sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
JELLIES JELLIES
8 dozen assorted kinds choics Jellies.
At ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
CHAMPAIGNE CIDER
8 dozen Quart Bottles Champaigue Cider.
For aalo at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
RAISEN8 AND CITR0N
20 boxes Raisens,
100 lbs Genoa Citron.
For sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
CONCENTRATED MILK
4 dozen 1 lb cans Concentrato l
Milk,
Just received and for sale
At ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
BUNKS
200 lbs Turkish Prunes,
2 dozen Jars French Prunes.
For sale at
ELLIOTT'S FAMILT GROCERY
PRIME PICKLED PORK
10 barrels choice, for sale st
ELLIOTT'S FA3IILY GROCERY.
SOMETHING NEW
0 gross Mix's Patent Ventlbitor :'or Coal Oil
Lamps. Witn this burner no chimney is needed
Call and see them
At ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
COFFEE
20 sacks choice Rio Coffee
for pal at
KI.LIOI
rrn
S FAMILY CROCERY.
BRUSHES
10 dosen assorted slies Feather Brushes,
5 " " " Counter "
20 " assorted kinds Scrub Brushes,
10 " M Sbo- Brushes,
2 " Flour Brushes.
Just received and for sale at
ELLIOTT'S F.'.MILY GROCERY.
FRENCH MUSTABD
8 dozen Genuine French Mustard, for sale
At ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GROCERY.
"CLOUR
M barrels Doable Extra White Wheat Flour.
200 Sacks " " "
Just received at
ELLIOTT'S Family Grocery.
ICKLED CLAMS AND LOBSTKHS
IS dot. quart Tickled Clams, extra;
5 ' hf. gal. Lobsters;
6 " quart "
MMstiaAtf!11 h COOK'S
CLOTHING.
The Best is always the Cheapest.
Especially is this true of
O O T H I r
AND
Gr
Gents' Furnishing Good,
Test it by calling on
J.
H. CAELI N,
No. 8
R STRFFT.I
F I
- - j
(NEAR POST-OFPIOM,)
EVANSVILLE, IND.
rHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE
turned from the East, where he has laid in
one of the best stocks of Clothing and Gents' Fur
nishing Goods ever brought to this City. My
Cloths, Cassimeres, Veatings Ac., were sMecU-d
with an eye single to quality and style ; aud hav
ing become conversant with the taite of oar peo
ple, am satisfied that in this particular my Goods
will give excellent satisfaction.
Gents Furnishing Goods of every description
will also be found at my establishment such as
Gloves. Hosiery, Neck-Ties, Shirts, Collars, So.
penders, Ac.
My facilities for manufacture (.''ithing are
excellent ; and as for Catting Ga uw to fit no
satisfaction no pay. I ask no o u ! fuica a mean
fitting garment off my hands.
Over-Coatings of every Tar ij I vie will be
found at my establishing . T; ic-h it may
sound unreasonable to. - Overcoats daring
the. " heated term," we wrt ren. ember that in
"peace is the time to r ty i :'ur war," and in
Summer make our prepam: ons for the cold blasts
of Winter. No better j.s..- ....won can be devised
than tho ordering of a p- 1 reliable Overcoat,
such as may be found at No 8 First Street.
Orders for Clothing or every description will
receive the personal attention of the undersigned,
and will be promptly attended to. The motte at
No. 8 is, " Promises punctually fulfilled."
Before ordering Fall or Winter salts Gents will
consult their own interest by examining my
Goods and Prices. Remember the place
No. 8 First Street, (near Post Office.)
anglS J. H. CARL!.
WHOLESALE
CLOTHING HOME!
GOLDMAN, BERG & CO.,
3STo. 3
North First St., Evansville ;
BRANCH OF
GOLDMAN, BERG & CO.,
KTo. 003
Market Street, Philadelphia,
We have now ready a very large selected stock of
Fall S Winter Clothing
AXD
Gentlemen's Famishing Good,
SHAWLS, BLANKETS
AND
TRAVELING SHIRTS.
Boys' Olottiing,
IN GREAT VARIETY,
To which we desire to call the attention ef the
trade. Our Goods being all manufac
tured by ourselves, buyers havs
Only One Profit to Pay.
We feel confident that oar prices sre ftilly as low
as those of sny other Honse in the West.
All Goodi Warranted.
aep&
HENRY FELDMAN,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
aln Street.
EVANSVILLE, IND.
r wish
TO CALL THB ATTENTION OF
1 the
citizens of Evansville and vicinitv to mv
l.irpeand well selected stock of French Cloths,
Cassimeres, beautiful Vestings and Furnishing
joous in general.
I have just returned from tbe East, where I have
made my own purchases, and can therefore recom
mend all my Goods as being of the first qaality.
I employ none but the best of workmen, and con
sequently turn out work equal to any in the City.
eepS-Gm
UNITED STATES
Wholesale Clothing
AXD
FURNISHING HOUSE.
Clothing for the Million!
L. LOEWENTHAL & CO.,
gain in the market, at
stand
tbe old well known
Cor. Main and First Sts.,
(Which has been rebuilt and enlarged,) with tbe
largest and best selected stoek of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
AXD
r .... f
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Ever Opened In tbls Market.
(UR OLD CUSTOM KRS AND THB TRADE
V7 generally are respectfully Invited to call and
examine our Goods snd prices before purchasing
elsewhere, as we feel assured we cau offer superier
Inducements to CASH buyers.
One of our Arm resides in New York, and has
had many years experience in buying and manu
facturing, and devotes his whole time to
Purchasing and Superintending the
Manufastnrlng Depart men t .
And as we buy exclusively for CASH, we can and
will sell as low to the trade as any
House East or West.
sepll
M w
3SOCBVL IN KIT8
60 kits No. 2 Mackerel ;
CM SO " "3
g g; Si " sasortsd mess and extra MacksaaL
At H. A. WOBfB.
DRY GOODS.
T E
TJ1
NE W
S 3E 3L 1ESL
III SflSM HGUSB
INTENSE
EXCITEMENT
A T
los. !4& 16
First Street.
WITHOUT DELAY,
TO
COOUDGE'S,
Where you will
find them opening
SMiortment of
the largest
Rver offer.! in this market in
Rich Silk and Dress Goods-
They
have no Competitors this aide
of "e w Tork C ity.
T E3C "5rr y
I3EP
i Emhreldrred Kdlngs stud Insert
. injrs. Real Laces. Dresa Trimmings.
Ladies' Cloth and Beaver Cloaks,
Point I.nct- Collars and Bets, tit., efce.
Chandler's Block,
No's. 14 & 16 First Stre
Two doors West of Post Office,)
EVANSVILLE, I N D JA A.
myl8 J. T. cc S. A. COOI10'
sjrl Wo.
lO
5 "2? STBBT.
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,
Irt U G S,
WINDOW SHADES,
Window Hollands,
Curtain Damasks,
LACE CURTAINS,
Curtain Fixtures,
CURTAIN CORNICES;
And almost everything in the
HOUSE FURNISHING LINE
my20-lv J.Vtll ESS & VREHCB,
Ho. 10 First Street, Evansville.
SEWING MACHINES.
tofore a good assortment or Wheeler A Wilson's
rfiT '"5S Macines and Needles, Silk
wi.h tha hf,,i. 'and T"thinB tbat conoectsd
L xi n.bu',,uei. "ill repair all kind of Saw-
ius manines and put on new im
r. it:
nrorements.
niiLHAa
Ag't.

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