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THE FUNNY CORNEK Speaking about coffee's hurt ing one, said ar, oil tar. "I know it tiaeT'TJe'caus T seen a bagfnll fall onto a man, 'and ni him. In such cases as 1 that ere tis fcer? ushealthftil. J"" '' Boys " said a village pedagogue the other day, "what is the meaning of all this noise in the school?" " It is Bill Hikes, sir, who is all the time imitating a locomotive. " u Come up here, William, if yon are turned iu:o a locomotive, it is high time you were switched off. " The Tinker's Apprentice. In one of the miserable huts of the village of Derezart, a family, consuting of father, mother, and two daughters, were seated around the iron lamp, sus pended by a string from the roof The woman' span, and the little girl 6lept in her father's lap, while he braid ed hemp. They were sad and sileat, during along time, when the mother, ad dressing her eldest daughter, said: ;' Come, Margaret, wipe your eyes, and think no more about it. It is a misfor tune, and cannot be halped. Your brother will come to-morrow our neigh bor James has said so. Try to be a kit tle more gay to receive him. Poor dear child, it is now two vears siuce he left OS." " Yes, " replied the father, M it is use less to speak of it more; what is done is done. " Margaret instead of being soothed, burst into tears. She waa a large, ro bust girl, of twenty-two years of age, who had been for a long time betrothed to a young man of the village. The marri age was to take place on the return of her brother; but one of the two cows of her father had died suddenly, and thus all her hopes were destroyed, for this was to be her dowry, and constituted the t-ntire wealth of the family. The father of her lover had forbidden the marriage, now that she had nothing; and this was the cause of her sorrow. The next day great preparations were made to receive rrancois. Buckwheat cakes, milk, and some bits of bacon com posed the feast, to which many neigh bors were invited. Everything was ready for the recep tion when the young traveler arrived, and every heart beat with joy, and ever7 tongue expressed a welcome, and afl were gay except Margaret on whose face was a cloud of sadness, which Francois did not fail to perceive. " What is the matter, mv sister?" said I e. ' But, instead of answering, she turned away to hide her tears. Francois wished again to question her, but his mother led him aside and told bim her misfortune. Francois immediately approached his sister, and said: " Do not be troubled, Maggy ; I have earned twenty dollars; take them and buy a cow in place of the one you have lost 1 do not need money, and if I do, am I not well and strong, and do I not know how to work? Next year I will make two voyages instead of one, and now that I am older they will be more profitable." Margaret, overcome by his generosity, threw herself into his arms and wept Francois was apprentice to a tinker and mender of all kinds of ware, such as you hear every day in the streets, cry ing, "Kettles to mend? bring them to me; melt your pewter spoons to mend your saucepans." In this, a3 in other trades, children are taken by a master, to whom they are bound for a number of years, and who has a right to their time and toil They sometimes establish themselves in large cities, but in the country there is not enough work to employ them lonff, piao ---.- cr , iu v"- fae,, stopping only so long as is neces sity to finish what they had to do. In these tours the master or patron marches at the head, and the children, to the number of three or four, follow, each with a pack, according to his strength a beetle, bellows, furnace, and various tools being required whenever they find work. If they see a farm-house in the dis tance, one of the children is sent to de mand if they have crockery, kettles, or spoons to mend, and in the "spirit, if not in the words, of the old song, they cry : " Sir, have you any kettles to mend? " "No, no, not any to-day, my child, thank you." " But to-morrow? " " Nor to-morrow, or ever, go along? " " Sir, I pray let me mend your let ties?" "But I tell you they are not broken." " Oh, I pray you, for it is not for them, but it is for myself. If I go homo with out a sou, I shall be beaten." "If that i3 all, I will give yon twenty." " Oh, you are fit to be a prince." If in any of the houses they are need ed, they establish themselves before the door, heat the furnace, and apportion to each his labor. If they are needed in many houses, they erect a rude hut. and the children bring the broken articles and return them when finished. Their honesty is proverbial. No matter bow many or how valuable the articles con fided to them, all will be returned to the minutest farthing's worth, and he who should once fail to do this would never again be employed by his master, or be able to find another. If night overtakes them far from any village, they continue their march, how ever qold and dark, until some human habitation appears. Here they demand hospitality, which is seldom refused to those so poor and honest They carry their own provisions, and only wish to warm themselves by the fire and sleep in the barn, and will perform any tink ering of which the family have need, in return. So soon as the cock crows they are on their way, and every night the little ones nearly fall with fatigue; for it is iu the winter that they travel, when there is no other work to be had, and the roads are bad, and they are miserably guarded from the cold and wet. To protect their feet they have only wooden sabots, and tru-ir clothes, if orig inally of wool or cotton, have been patched with sLeepgkin until there is little to be seen of tta foundation. Their food is dry bread, sometime a. fr.w veg etables dressed in oil, and on f:Us days a bit of meat. When they have It-arm-d their trade, and have beeMM skillful, they can perhaps earn twentv dollar in a season, which is devoted v, the pur chase of a little land, which is r-tainuJ by the family in common tin til tbfl child Decome.s a man, when he tk- poanes stonof it by right, and what it prodti' cs, joined to what he can still earn, su dices to his wants and his ambition. Tbfl ; story which we have told at the com mencement" proves that they are not without noble qualities of mind and bfart. HMMITUMI ' TTTII imMmriMUlMiM m , , , , WINTER DRY GOODS. SCHAPKER & BUSSING ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR SECOND purchase of Fall aad Vinter Dry Goode, Mil linery, Carpets, Jtc. Raving temporarily fitted np tmr basement for the saleandstoreidgof our large st-tk, which wo are uow receiving, we r. tt'Hly ak our numer ous customers to have oVieuee with us yet for a Hhort time until weciro mb'a more suitable room for every body lo trade with in. CHAl'KER BCSSING, ociSO So. 43 Wain street. FRIDAY. CM MMER CIAL. Cincinnati Markets L l-tCiS!) H.OI K mllicr firmer, bul WHi...T higher, Rodi1 21 1 43. imhiinurt Whit St 40 COE.i' advMMti to 87k OATi lii lu; not higher, sales 3,f biwlielsat 72c. lr t . i O. 4 WHTSK Y steady at 54'r.c PROVISIONS unchanged, MS8S PORK 813 00 for old, and $15 So for new. BIT K MEATS oos BAOUli&gu; TjAI.O i'r. TboA dani allOV: for old. GROrTtTESfirni. KjGABlSc. COi CKK 3234r. MOLASSES OOrtifioc. GOLD 4(g5 and Arm. EXCHANGE dull. New York Money Market. Nsw Yorx, November 5. Monry firmer and in UrUk demand at 7 cent. Stirling Exchange firm, bat nominal at 01(302 Gold firmer, opening at 40, advancing to 47, declining to 47.:; and closing firm at 47' Goverament Stocks firmer but inU. u $. t.'s of '81 ''(mponmr. - One year' certificates, new, 98. COMMISSION HOUSE. T i ' ! ' ' 4 " t. A. i .. -r. WM. BEOWJJ. B. K. Il'.NKF.Kl CSANE, BROWK & CO., Forwarding and Commission jVEei'diants, AND Special Railroad Agents. Gi.v.i through receipt, and Siake liberal -caah ad-u- t--ci shipment. ofProdnre and Tobacco to SeWYorlr. CRANE. BROWN A CO. Evansville, Not. 20th, 1861. i BALIS EXPRESS COMPANY New Arrangement. THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY RE SPECTFULLY announce to their friends and atrons, the pnblicof Evansville and Ticinity that, jrith ?"reaed facilities for the transportation oi Freight, Packages, Money and Valuables, fney solicit a continuance of former favors. Ee pedal care taken in the collection of Bill-., Draft Notes, and the transportation of small mmt vali.a tde packages. . , , f All persons wishing to avail thorneiv. f lk - hcillties of the Express, can oVt:tin any desired iu 'orniation in reference to the routes and details tt the business, at theirofficc on First street, bet went I niu and Locust. jy2 CHAS. WENTZ, Agent. SCHNEIDER & ZUBERBIER, (Successors to Schneider A Wise.) Commission Merchants Far the sale of all kinds of Western Pi-odnce, FLOl'R, BACON, PORK, LARD, Hay, Corn, Oats, Butter, Eggs, Ac. Corner Lafayette, New Levee and Fulton Streets, NEW ORLEANS, I, A i ang25-6m H. B. CLIFFORD, tt'-w-rnip,nin.n "rVT-.-..'U VVli.iiIAJLOOAUi A?ir:XUAi.ai.Lu EXCLUSIVELY . rr .. . I HAVE DISPOSED OF MYflTOCK OF CRO ceries. Produce, Ac., as I And that I cannot, no.- can any one elso, do justice to themselves and thdr shippers when they buy, for it is natural that they will sell their own gitoas first. As I bare m n y shippers, I will hereafter con Hue juy self strictly to the COMMISSION BUSINESS, And hope that I will find,' a continuance of the mairy favors shown me during the past eight years. I shall give personal attention to all con signments, find 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. F. M. COPELAND, late of Copeland, Edmonds & Co., will give the Cotton business his ersonal attention. Ue ia one among the best judges in the State. Orders solicited. H. B. CLIFFORD, aep25 No. 7 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn. W. 8. H'CLVRI. B. F. BALLARD. C. II CLI'BB. W. S. McCLURE&CO., PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OF and Provisions, 22J30 Pulton 49t, Op. Washington Market, NEW YORK. REFERENCES, Ge. W. White, Cash. Mechanic's Bank, Brook lyn, New Yoik. Hon noratio Ballard, Sec. State of New York. Wm. Cripps, Pres. Standard Ins. Co. New York A. H. Ballard, Ypsilantl, Michigan. J. Tj. Kelly, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. R. II . Huntington, Adam's IriT Co. N. Y. J. H Reed, Utica, New York. Hi.HenryJ Raymond, " New York Times-" ;- H. Wheeler, St. Albans Vt. D. Ward, Lancaster Grant Co. Wisconsin. jelOdly A'ATra. Gives k Co., f ( . m Brows, Evansville. Ind. Paducah, Ky., f 1 Haboiko, Given 4 Co., St. Louis, Mo. WATTS, CRANE & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 5 Broad Street, NEW YORK CITY. 7e 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. Mr. I). Walts, of the firm of Watts, Given Co. r Paducah, long familinr with Tobacco, will take harge of that departiueut of our business, and Mr. t. Crane, of Crane aud Brown, Evanrrille, will :ake charge of the Produce business. raay21 WATTS, CRANE A CO. T. Cox. F. M. HlMPHEET. COX & HUMPHREY, Forarr'mg & Commission Merchants, Steamboat Agents, WHARF BOAT" PROPRIETORS, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. We hvo taken the Grey Eagle Wharf Boat, and sk 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. sepl Jeo. Foster. A. H. Foster. Wm. A. GwriT GEO. FOSTER & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Produce and Provision Merchants, CORNER OF LOCUST STREET AND THE CANAL, nnirff EVANSVILLE. IND. MEDICIAL. A Valuable Medicine FOR EVERY FAMILY. DRUGGISTS IN ALL sections of the city aud country leep on hand buy, sell and re commend as a tonic, stimulantand appetiier, Roback's Stomach Bit ters. APOTHECARIES IN all sections of the city and country keep in stock, sell and dispense as a tonic Roback's Stomach Bitters. THTSIC'IANS in all section of the city aud country approve and re commend as a tonic Ko back's Stomach Bitters. UKOOEJtS in all sec tions of (he city and country keep constantly supplied Willi and deal in Roback's Stomach Bitters. HOTELS in all sec tions of the city aud coon try are supplied with and "cannot keep uotei, without a stock of Kolark's 8tomach Bitters. HOSPITALS throughout the army of the North have fiuud an indispensable tonic, and aro using, for the i-oldiers Roback's Stomach Bitters. SUTLKRS in every regiment ought to have , and many have introduced, and highly reconi ; m:nd Uoback's Stomach Hitters. LADIES, (H Ru,i young, for Billiousness, Liver ..OUIJP1..IIU9, Languor, w ninty, are recniuinded i, - EVER VBODV giving tone lo th i airs. opiegiMoerg also uas uuugui a large s wha d'-sires a good tonic f.r 1 "octment of Silks, Head Dreesses, Hair Braids and spirits, a hmlthy appetite aud sirri.,: . to tue svsti mi g-iior:v, should tint r.n to ouv i l tt!e of finback's Stomach Bitters UR. 6. W. ROBACK, l'roprietor, Ciiiclnuati. Office ,' : 'if.n twry Nos. &o, 58, uUaudii'2 East Tuir ! .. - "For . i-j aii Hi uggists everywhere. aug-25 CITi ADVERTISE ENTS. CwiFORATION NOTICE and directed by the Common Council of th City of Evansville, thst the owners of lots or parts, of lots, fronting on or adjoining the southwest side of Sixth street, from Main to Locus streetsr in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be , brought to the proper grade, and that tliey canse a side-walk of Class No. 1 to be laid down theeon within thirty days from the publication of this I order. A. PFAVVUN, Clerk. j Clerk's Office, Oct. 30, 1163. COBP'IRATION "NOTTCK. OKI.KR FOB, A BHil K SII'IS WALK. Oct. 24 18!3 And now it is hereby .r.Ierd and directed by the Common Council of th city of Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts , of lots, fronting on or adjoining the south-west side of Centre street, from Pine to Leet ; streets, in said City, canse the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper gradi-, nd that they ; canse a side walk of Class No". 1 to bo laid down ' thereon within thirty days from the publication el tuis onier. ' II 1 A. PFAFFLIN, Cleric. Clerk's OtSce, Oct. 30, 18G3. " CORPORATION NOTICE, i OBDBR FOR A FLASK STOK WALK. Oct. 24, 1863. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the Owners of all lots or parts of lots, from tog -oh or adjoining the west side of Fifth Avenue, from Sixth to Franklin streets, in said City, causo the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper- grade, and that they canse a side walk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. Pi'AFFLIN. Crk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 30, 18C3. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR A FLASK BIBB WALK. lci. i, IBM. - Ana now u is nereoy oruerro and directed by the Common Council oftho City of Evansville, tliat ti wner.s of all lots or jiarts of lots, fronting oi r. adjoining the east side of Fifth avenue, fi":u Sixth to Franklin street, in said City cant 'he side walks thereon to be brought to the pro r grade, and that they cause a a side walk of Chv 'M.- 2. with wi.oden curb, to be laid down tln-reou within thirty days from the publication of this order. . A. PFAFFLIN. Clerk. ( U ik's OtflrK, Oct. 30, 18C3. , CORPORATION NOTICE ORDER FOB A FLANK 8IDF. WALK. Oet. 24, 1803. And now it is hereby ordered ami i! ir-.-r.(l by t'e L'ummiin Citmicilo tlw 4Uty yf Evansville that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting ou or adjoining the north -west side -f Vine street, froui Tenth to corporation line, in said City, canse the side-walks thereon to tie brought to liiejiroper gr de.and that theycauaea eide walk of Class No. 2, with wo.jd.su curb, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. A PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 30, 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. OBOES FOB A PLAKK SIDE WALK. Oet. 2fi, IS63. And uow it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville that the owners ot all lots or parts f lots, trontiug .in or adjoining southeast side of Elm stret, from Market street, to Canal, in said city, cause tne side walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and thai: they cause a side walk of Class No. 2, with wooden curb, to belaid down thtreiin within thirty days from the publication of thw order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Oct. 30, 1888. CORPORATION NOT1UK. OBDEB TO REPAIR SIDEWALKS. Oct. 24 1803. And now it is hereby ordered and diroeted by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the southwest side of Second street from Sycamore to Vine street, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be re paired within thirty days from the publication tuts oiMer. Av hi A I LiliN, uierir Evansville, Oct. 30. 1863. CORPORATION NOTICE. OBDEB FOR A PLANK SIDE WAL . Oct. 24, 1803. And now it is hereoy ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City id Evansville, that the owners of lots or parts of lots, fronting on or adjoining the east side of Fulton Avenne from Third to Fourth street, line, in said City, cause tho side-walks thereon to bo repaired within thirty days from the publication of this order. A. PFAFFLIN, Clerk. ' Clerk's Office, Oct. 30, 1863. MACHINISTS. liCIT FBIII l. v ah s V 1LLE, 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, or all sizes with the latest Improve ments attached ; Tobacco Screws, Portable Engines, Sec, &c, &c. House Fronts, Grates, Rail ing, Iron and Brass Castings of every description. 1 bxrn aoivT? .i vl - . : 3D DEALERS IN Steam Ganges, Gnm Belting, Fire Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting Cloth, &c, at MANUFACTURERS' PRICES. -fj J 2tn Repairing done at short notice. 'Workmen sent to all parts to fit up work and repair Boilers &, Machine i j "All orders will receive our individual atten tion and will be promptly filled on the most reasonable terms. Ofiice and Foundry on the Canal, corner of Ingle Street. . mihl7-ly , -rrrr, T'v- MANTUA MAKING. " HEADQUARTERS FOR CLOAK, MANTILLA ' AND ' X ross Adils.lxi.s. MRS. ELIZA SPEI6LEBER0, TN THE OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, ON I. First Street, has just received fresh supplies from the tast, ol tne ricnest ladrics, and Is now ' prepared to make up to order on the most reason j able terms. Cloaks, M.iutlas, Circkis, and Sacijues ' of the best material and of the mont beautiful styles. j I t- stock is so complete, that with the asaist i ance of the most competent Dress and Cloak V " ' " a.i.ts. L.'Hf'y v i skness and general De- ' ""fc"'' in tne country, she is able to defy all com touse ItobackVsiomach 1 petitors In both stye and prices. 1 "ris, r,aays' 1'ocaet aanaKercoieis oi every siyie aim a greai many oiner articles iui me couvw uienoeef the Ladies of Evansville and v i. i:. i: too nunierons to mention. The best Sewing Machines of Grover t. Baker liianufactory for family use, for sale by Mrs. ELIZA RPI EOELRRTto No. 13 First Street bet Main and Second. I INSURANCE AGENU H IVI JE ui new I otjl. Goiee 112 and 114 Broadway With i Cash Capital all paid in of ONE MILLION DOLLARS. Aoi;i3 JULY 1st. lSi .... rJ...$ l, 0,WO The Home Insurance Company Insures against Loss or Damage by Fire on Dwellings and thoir -oDtents, for a term of from 1 to 5 years ou the most favorable terms. Stores, Warehouses, Stocks of Merchandize, Produce, Manufactories, Machine :. i il .-ir.ib. property, at fair and equitable rates, and .on INLAND NAVIGATION And Transportation, Shipments upon the Rivers, Lakes, Canals and Railroads, as low as the nature of the risks will bear, with lairuess to the assured and the Company. Adjusting all losses fairly, and pr nptly payinp them. CHAS. J. MARTIN, Pres't. A. . WILMARTH, Vice Fres't. J. Milton Smith, Secretary. Jons McGee, Ass't Sec'y. Applications made to and policies issued by A. C. HALLF.C'K x SON, Ag'ts, First S-treet, near Post Office. Insurance Agency. ALLEN C H ALLEGE, UNDERWRITE! AND GENERAL 1NSCRANCK AGENT, MUL'SIEK Or AVEKAiJFS AP NOTART PUDLIC He continues to issue Policies from Several Firsi Class-and mor relishV- INSURANCE COMPANIES In tin tXaflts, .,u !.,' ' and fur Httin. He wtt! also nwive applicatioiin for LIFE INSURANCE. Ho will attend to the Atljustment of Losses o' every description under policies from other agen cies, and attend to the -ettlenicnt of all matter. eoanacted witii INSURANCE, for parties iuterust. ed. His long experience as an Iksi-p.AKrK Aqemt. lias made hita faniiliST u i'h all siibjecla connected With Insurance. f Office, nn First Street, ne:ir the Posi Ofloe. INCORPO E A T D 1847. CITY Firo insnrfeiice Company, -OF HAETFOED, CONN. VVAITE, Sec'y. C. B. BOWERS, Pres't. S. A. PRICE, General Agent, Residing at Chicago, Ills. CASH CAPITAL AMI SURPLUS :27,540. This Company insures against loss and damage by lire on Dwellings and their Contents, Stores, Warehouses, Storks of Merchandize, and all insur able property at as reasonable, rates of premium as any other solvent and reliable Company, Ailjitttiny I.ottei fairhj itid puffintj isSsS iimnuilg. Applications made to and Policies issued by A. C. 1IALLECK & SON., First Street, near Post Office, an-l-lyd Evansvills. Ian. HAHTF0F.D FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Connecticut. INCORPORATED 181 CHARTER PERPETUAL With a Successful Business Experience o FIFTY YEARS. cash capital jouo.ono.wi CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, JMO,986.til Insurance against Loss or Damage by Fire, on Dwellings, Furniture, Stores, Warehouses, Mer chandize, Hills, Manufactories, and other kinds of property, can be effected in this Company upon a favorable terms as the nature of the risks and secu rity to Policy will admit. PARTICULAR ATTENTION given to insuring Farm property, consisting of Dwellings, Barns, and outbuildings ceunected, and Furniture, Live Stock, Hay, Grain, Farming Utensils, Ac, 4c, contained therein, for a term of years at LOW rates of premium. OFFICERS : T. C. Allyn, Sec'y. H. Huntington, Pres't. C. C Lyman, Ass't Sec'y. W. N. Bowers, Actuary. D. Alexander, General Agent for the Western and South Western States, Colnmbus, Ohio. J. Graham, Ass't General Agent for the Western and South Western States, Columbus, Ohio. Applications for Insurance may be made to the undersignod, tho duly authorized Agents of the Cempany. A. C. HALLECK A SON, Ag'ts. Onice on first stnet, near Post Office. amr?-''1 vd LIVERY STABLE. AMERICAN STABLE, On Third bet. Main and Locust Sts, rpiIIS LIVERY ESTABLISHMENT, WHICH -L is well known throuclmnt the country, noi- aolishmeut in the City, bavins arraugem ts for the seception of private l...rres at livery of the most elegant and complete dccriplion, and at the lowest rates. Carriages for visiting to 1st. Coaches, iight wagons, and every kind of road vehicle to let. Horses sold on commission Second hand Buggy's or sale at the very lowest prices. Passengers for warded to all parts of the conn try by special con veyance. BICIIAKDSON, BRITTON A CO. apll CIGARS & TOBACCO. JOSEPH FENDRICH & BROS. Wo. 155 Forest Street, 4t 9 South BALTIMORE, M D. JOHN FENDRICH & BROS., COLUMBIA, PA., AND f. FENDRICH & BROS., Evansville, Ind , Bran, lies of the Baltimore Hoiih h a M t rjk cr r ti F us or TOBACC YyE ARE NOW THE MOST EXTENSIVE Manufacturers, in our linn, in the State. We offer the following Tobacco and Cigars, of our cwn manufacture, for sale : 200 Boxes of Five Lump per ponnd M Cts. 200 Boxes of 10 Lump per pound oo ots 200 Boxes Frank's Orango Lump t rb. go Cts. 3IX) Rose Bud, in Caddies, perpound uu C ts'. 300 Boxes Barow's, in Caddies. 300 Caddies Peach Leaf, per pound oo Cts 200 El Dorado, Light, per pound $1 ou 300 Caddies Pancake, Light, per pound 80 cts. 100 Boxes Sun Cured Tobacco 5f( Ttt 55 Cts' 4,000 lbs Home Spun Twist Tobacco ; 1,000 Barrels Smoking Tobacco ; 200 boxes Bond's Scotch Snuff; 50 Half Barrels Fine-Cut Chewiug Tohacco; 100 Merscbaum Pipes ; 100 Gross Briar and Wood Pipes ; 200,000 Clay Pipes, assorted ; 100 Gross Rubber Pipes; 10,000 assorted Pipe Stems ; 25,000 Cenha Cigars ; 24,0i0 Henry Clay Cigars, first's ; 26,000 Henry Clay Cigars, Second's ; I i-f,i"J" La isapoleon Cigars ; 30,009 El Brijtus Cigars ; I 200,000 Half Spanish Cigars; I 200,000 Segareets ; 220,000 La Salvadina Cigars ; K,000 Packs 8moking Tobacco ; 50 Dronis Turkish Smoking Tobacco ; l.OwO Bales Kinuicauiek Smoking Tobacco ; 50 Drums Shaughie ; I 2,01X1 Pounds Slacks boy Suuff; 2,000 French Suuff. Merchants and Store-Keepers, look to their interest ; examine our large stock. IV o. Main Street, Sales Room Factory, for. Locust & Water Sts. ' We manufacture all tiie above goods, and will set 30 per cent, chutper than any House in our State, i We would cal? the attention of Merchants who deal in our line, to buy from the manufacturers, where they can save 30 per cent. SF. FENDRICH A BB08., ap21 SpBEvansville, Indians. b mis B. TH- t inl 1 r DMWnl&vr:- v ' .- v?5' T-7-jflBS RAILROAD E. t C. R. R. DEPARTS: Way, Freight and Accommodation 6:45 A. m. Mail ..t. 9.35 A. M. ARRIVES: Accommodation '.. 5:24 p. v. Mall 5:54 p. M. T. II. &. R. R. R. DEPARTS FROM T Day Express U. 3:15r. . 7:05 a 1:60 a. m. A T T. H. 10:45 p. M. r.:.V. a. M. 11:15 A.M. Accommodation Night Express ARRIVE Day Express Accommodation Night Express These two reads make good connections at Trim Haute. JELivei News. ARRIVALS. Steamer D. B. Campbell, Henderson. " Clumbers, Hoadrrson. Colossus, Lonieville. " &. K. Dunkersoii. " James Gray, Diamond Island. DEPARTURES. Steamer D. B. Campbtdl, Henderson. " Chambers, Henderson. Colo sus, LouisTllle. " Piketon. Ramsey. " Emma, Clarksville. " R. K. Dunkerf on, Hawsxille The river at this piiint, rose two or tbree inches during WfdnesJay night, and thpre are now fully 4J or 5 feet wa ter hence to Louisville, and to Cairo. The river has ri.seu considerably at Pittsburg, and was rising yesterday at Cincinnati, with cloud , nnd damp weath er at both places. The rain which apipared so imminent in this region about miunight, on Wed nesday, passed round to the North, but the indications are still favorable for fall ing weather. There was no particular activity on the levee yesterday, and the arrivals i were but few, being confined entirely to the local packets. The Colossus being detained 12 hours by fog, did not arrive until 8 o'clock yas terday morning. Sh- : i tumed to Louis ville at 3 o'clock P. It She had a 6ne trip both ways. The R. K. Dunkeraon came in from Green river at noon vsterday, light. She will return to Rumsey this even ing, and passengers and freight will at once be reshipped above the lock, for all points to Bowling Green. The royal Armada, the beauty and pride of the Cairo packet line, with the gallant Capt. Josh. V. Throop in com mand and the affable and attentive Fred. Huston in the office, will be the regu lar and unrivalled packet for Paducah and Cairo, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The Armada has been put into the most perfect trim for the fall and winter campaign, and possessing the most su perb passenger accommodations, and being commanded by such popular offi cers, we expect to see 'f-r go out this af ternoon crowded with treight and pas sengers. The Big Grey Eaolo mmj be expected positively to-morrow evening The Superior wi ! not go out unti Saturday. T'je Colonna arrive.! .'.-otn Nashville last night, she reports 7 feet water on Harpeth Shoals and rising. From Mr. Hyde, clerk of the Colonna, we learn that guerrillas have made their appearance on the river and firing on Sj ' t r- At Davis' Ripple the- Colonna was iircd on nnd struck by twenty-live balls, but no one was hurt. At New York, the John A. Fisher was fired into and Capt Strong, was wound ed badly in the knee. The Nevada was fired on at Palmyra, and the New Done, opposite Limeport. One man on the Nevada was slightly injured. The Catawba was captured and board ed, but being loaded ou private account was released. The fleet was coi.voyed out of the Cumberland by a gunboat. The McCombs arrived from Louisville about 9 o'clock last night, with a good trip, apd returned before morning. The R. K. Dunker.on took two Gov ernment barges in two last evening, and will return to-day in time to leave this evening for Rumsey. The Cincinnati Commercial of yester" day, says: " The weather was mild and clear du ring the day, with indications of rain last night. There is four feet in the channel at Pittsburgh. Here, the river is receding slowly, with four feet hence to Louisville, and oyer three feet in the canal. The last arrivals report forty inches on the shoalest bars along the Lower Ohio. The Tennessee and Cum berland were reported in a fair, naviga ble condition at last accounts, with four feet on Harpeth Shoals, and ten feet in the Tennessee. The Emperor is due here from Nashville." Tho Missouri Democrat of yesterday says: " The river rose yesterday 2J inches, and was still swelling slowly last even ing. To Cairo there is good 5 feet of water, and below Cairo plenty of it. " The boats from Keokuk yesterday report the river raising slowly all the way down, with 4 fet in the channel " The Missouri is rising slowly all the way down from Kansas City, with 3J feet on the worst bars. That is the re port received yesterday, but it is not al together reliable, although it is known there was a rise of nine inches on Gas conade bar. " The Illinois is swelling all the way down from Peoria, with three feet in the channel." SEGAR8, &c. SCHROEDER ft LEMCKE, WHOLESALE DEALEEB IX Cigars, Smoking, Chewing Tobacco, Snuff, Pipes, &c. TSTo. eo aizL EVANSVILLE, IND. fTehaTe now, and will keep, on hand a complete nd well assorted stock ef CIGARS & TOBACCO, AND OFFER THE SAME TO THE PUBLIC LOW FOB CASH. H.Sutlers will Una it to tbeir interest to cull and examine our prices. We are enabled to sell to tbem as low as any bouse in the West. octI7-dw SCHROEDER A LEMCKK FOR SALE. House and Lot for Sale. ONE OF THE MOST D5IRABLE RESI DENCEa in the city for ale ; in complete order, containing ten Boon with Chandeliers and ?.-rac!f,U ,for two l"'ir-k 0enu, Stable, W ood, Coal and Ont-Houses, a good dry brick Cellar 18 feet square, wall lighted. v TJ16 Honse is wood heavy oak frame stands back 40 fet from the street, leaving a beautiful front yard. Corner Lot 73 by 300 feet, enclosed with a good substantial fenee. Corner of Oak and Water streets, above the residence of Robert Barnes, Eaq. Enquire of ostlO-tf aCHARLK8 BABCOCK, No. 8 Main Street. REGULAR PACK IS. LOW Water Arrangement. Monday and Thursday Packet. rpHE FINE LOW WATER PACKET, West Virginia, Capt. CRANE. Clerk HALL. J yfS leave Kvansvillo every i tOk$i ,i Monday and Thnr-.'.av at IS sHBKsbHHB o'clock, noon, for Paducah and all way landings. She will carry freight at the Dexter Line. CARD RATES for high water. John B. Hall . will receive and store freight for her any dav or ' night free of charge. Hhewill run for the accommodation of the pub Uo, and solicits a share of public patronage. oclCtf JNO. B. HALL, Agent. Evansville and Cairo Packet Co. FA8I HAIL PACKET LINE. Low Water Arrangement -to- MPi Paducah Cairo. During tho continuance of i water Boats will run as fo TnE FIXE MA!' PACKET .A "ST ? T XL 11EJ , G. DCSOCCHET, Master W. DUNN, Clerk Leave Monday's and Thursday's at 2 o'clock, for Cairo and all Way Points. Leaves Cairo Tuesday's and Friday's at p. m. THE LIGHT DRAUGHT PACKET T T TT 1ST 1? SI V5T 3T; E. WHISTLER, Master F. R. HUSTON, Cl'k. Lea v. Wednesday's and Saturday's at 2 p. m. for Cairo and all Way Points. Leaves Cairo on Thursday's Snnday'B at 5 p. m.. Making connections at Cairo with the Illinois Central Railroad, nnd at Evansville with ih Evanville and Crawfordsville Railroad. Tor freight or passage apply on board or to Cox A Humphrey, Lower Wharf Boat, or to P. D. Veils, Agents. seplS-dtf Cincinnati and Memphis PACKET COMPANY. For Evansville, Henderson, Mount Vernon, Shawnetown, Smithland. t Paducah. Cairo, Columbus. Hickman and Menionis, and all way-points on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, comprising the following new light-draught passenger packets: NORMAK, I JEWESS, Capt. Batchelor. Captain Krar.ler. FRINCES3 W. C. 31 ANN, Captan Blaratta. Captain Shnnk. One of Hie above Boats will pass Evansville Weekly for Cairo, Columbus, Hickman, and Mem phis. Also, weekly for Cincinnati. "Tor freight or passage enqnire of COX ft HUMPHREY, -p9ltf Agents. Regular Evansville and Cairo PACKET, DURING LOW WA TE T? TOE STEAMER O O LO KT NT , TOM. BOLUS, Captain. H. HYDE, Clerk, WILL RUN REGULARLY IN THE lTabovo trade durinir low water. jror freight or passage apply on sepO board. TJ. S. Mail Boat for Lonisville. DURING THE LOW WATER season the Lonisviile and Evansville U. S. Mail Comnsnv will rnn a riailw Iin, (Sunday's excepted) of light draught steam era, leaving from Cox ft Humphrey's Wharf Boat. For further information apply to Cox ft Hum phrey. JO. H. BUNCE, Superintendent. June 25-tf LOUISVILLE AITD HENDERSON AILY LINE, (SUNDAY'S Xt EPT The KvansvHle & Louisville F. S rrw. . 1 trip Tn' Knlonrllrl t i'. ., t'assenser T 153 fX SI TEL & "BIG" GREY EAGLE, . apt. BUNCE..... J. A. LUSK, Clerk. " STAR" GREY EAGLE, C..,.t. nUTSINPILLER W. G. VORIS, Clerk J. T. McCOMB S, Capt. MALLARD J. GWATHNEY. Clsrk ' ompose the Line, and will leave Evansville for Louisville as follows : Monday,, STAR GREY EAGLE, at 12 o'clock u t day's, J. T. McCOMBS, at 5 o'clock p n. RTedacaday's, " BIG" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock P M. Th u-dny s, "STAR" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock 1. M ! . M-.V-. ,t t. McCOMBS, at 5 o'clock p. Saturday's, "BIG" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock RETURNING: '. 'I M COMBS, loaves Louisville Monday's and Thursday's. BIG" GREY EAGLE leaves Lonisville Tues day's and Friday's, ' STAB " GREY EAGLE leaves Louisville Wed ii'iday's aud Saturday's. Punctually at I o'clock p. m. For comfort and speed the above steamers are unsurpassed. COX ft HUMPHREY. dccl BOOTS & SHOES. W. II. WALKER. DE C. EVANS. WALKER & EVANS, Retail Dealers Exclusively in B00TS&SH0ES No. 81 MAIN STREET , Evansville, Ind. We devote onr whole time and attention to the Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively Consequently can givo yon better bargains than those who are " dabbling " in Boots and Shoes in connecHou with other LuMiies. City and County Orders par for Goods. Bep-"-ly taken at AUCTION & COMMIS'ION Old Auction House and a New Aue tioneer. JJ. COHN, HAVING RENTED THE OLE . Auction Room on the corner of Main and Third Streets, Evansville, for a terra of years will ntinue the Auction snd Commission business uid attend to selling all kinds of Goods, Furniture' Wagons, Buggies, Carriage, Horses, Cattle, aii kinds of Manufactured Articles, Ac. Liberal ad vancements made on consignments Prompt attention wilt be given to all goods en rusted to my care. (mar2s) J. J. C0HK BTOVEft, &c. (ft H Q I W ts- c g g Po Otf H P Or; to o s - c s- m z t 0 9 If I 3 B . 2 jo i m W dim) 2 m r 5 m If ?? mm s V a ! M IS 8 ' W HARDWARE. GEO. S. SQHHTAG & CO , Jobbe s and Importers. Hardware and Cutlery Our Pall Stock being very large and complete, we can offer to our Customers and the Trade, Goods that can not fail to please in Style, Quality and Price. Our Stock is now bought for Cash, and prices reduced. We offer the lollowing in large quantites: TABLE CPTLEBT, English. TABLE CUTLKBY, American. TABLE CUTLEBY, English. TABLE CUTLEBY, American. rOCKET CUTLEBY. POCKET CUTLEBY POCKET CUTLEBY. POCKET CUTLEBY. CHOPPING AXE3. CHOPPING AXES. CHOPPING AX Eg. CHOPPING AXES. SHEARS AND SCIBBOBS SHEAB8 AND 8CI8S0BS 8HEABS AND 8CISSOBS SHEABS AN8 SCISSOBS TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. TABLE AND TEA SPOONS. TA BLE A tip TEA SPOONS. MILL AND CUT SA W8 MILL AND H OUT SAWS WOOD AND HAND SAWS. WOOD AND HAND SAWS. BUILDEB'S HARDWARE. MECHANICS TOOLS. BUILDEB'S HARDWARE, MECHANICS TOOLS. GUNS AND PISTOLS. CARTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS. GUN8 ATD PISTOLS. CABTRIDGES AND GUN CAPS PLATFORM AND COUNTEB SCALES. PLATFOBM AND COUNTEB SCALES. SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYABDS. SCALE BEAMS AND STEELYABDS. GEO. S. SOWTAG CO., No. 10 Main Street. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c. H. E3 M O XT l. X . BEGS LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE TO THE public that be has taken tho large eommodi oas store j tut ereeted on MAIN STREET, No. 25, (One door above Messrs. Loweuthal A Co.,) where he intends keeping a large aud well selected stock of BOOTS and SHOES. HATS AND CAPS, At all seasons o the year. Also, LADIES' TRIMMED HATS He is now receiving daily additional supplies of j The Latest Styles and Best Quality UI uoous, Which ho will sell low as any house in the t. City and Country Merchants are invited to call i aud examine my stock before purchasing else where. No tronbie to show goods. P. SEMONIN, M xnutaettircr and Wholesale dealer iu BOOTS AND SUOKS, HATS AND CAPS, j octIS ' BOOTS & SHOES. Hi BOOT AND SHOEHOUSE. in li k I MAIN STREET, Are again in Market with the largest Stock of (rOOl) GOODS, (We say GOOD, for we sell that kind of Stock), to be found in any House of our acquaintance East or West. Tliey were bought for Cash by one of the firm who spends the greater part of his time East for that express purpose. With many years, experience in tho business, we flatter ourselves that we understand it well, and with facilities at our command, we Sell Goods as cheap as any Jobbing House in the coun try, we care not where that Houoe 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 MORGAN, BEAD 8c CC HAT HOUSE It is not a mooted question that MORGAN, READ & CO., No. 68 Main Street, Have the Largest and Hand somest stock of HATS 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 Wool Burnside, Monitor, Cochran, &c, 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 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 wi II. Marrh W. lass VOLUNTEERING ! $302 BOUNTY For New Recruits! $402 B0UNTY For Veteran Volunteers ! MKN OF TUE FIRST DISTRICT OF INDI ANA, the Governor has called for seven or more Companies of Infantry and five Com. nies of Cavalry from this District Shall he have them ? I call upon you to give the answar. My answer is, HE SHALL." Will yon endorse it? I think you will. Your country needs yonr services in the army, and oilers you inducement, which will enable yon to leave your families amply provided for. Any one wishing to recruit for the Regiment by raising Companies, or parts of Companies, will Bll commissions for that purpoce by applyiug to me in writing, accnmpauitnl by proper recom mendations,, directed to Mt. Vernon, Pocey coun ty, Indiana, until the organisation of the en campment. JOHN A. MANN, Commandant 1st DiMrict Other papers in the District please cony octitf "