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tfy iUf CO.VCIAIv .JWWATOH! THANKS. ' R A ft K 0' i P E is G I s T T, R . ' RTX. ULAR PACKETS DST GOODS CLOTHING.
Cincinnati Markets. rpfis parents of Julius kkoepsth ! r. c. b. n. i - 1 'j
JOURNAL BUILDINGS,
LOCUST STREET,
B ETWEES FIRST AND WATER.
MACHINISTS.
mm mil
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, Flowing Mills.
SUGAR MILLS,
of all sizes witb the latest Improve
ments attacked ; Tobacco Screws,
Portable Engines.
&c, &c, &c.
House Fronts, Grates, Rail
ing, Iron and Brass Castings
of every description.
DEALERS IN
Steam Ganges, Gum Belting, Fire
Brick, Wrought Iron Pipe, Bolting
Cloth, &c., at
MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
Repairing done at short notice.
Workmen sent to all parts to fit tip
work and repair Boilers & Machinery
"All orders will receive our individual at ton
and will be promptly filled on the most
reasonable terms.
tion
Office and Foundry on the Canal,
comer of Ingle Street.
mhl7-lj
HOTEL.
Crescent City Hotel.
OX WATER, BET. MAIN t LOCUST STS.,
(Opp. Steamboat Landing,)
EVASSVILLE, INDIANA.
W A watch for Steamboats kept at all hours
AXRS. WEBB TAKES PLEASURE IN AN
Zy nonncing to the public generally that she
" not sold out the Crescent Citv Hotel, as rv
In w '! 8,i" 2TPiD8 oa "Id stand,
I flSSH? M,un aml Locust streets, and
would sull solicit a share of the pullic patron-
n"v21-tlm
INSOLUBLE CEMENT7
Gbbat
DlSCOVEBT
USEFUL and VALUABLE
DISCOVERT !
HILTON'S
INSOLUBLE CEMENT!
Is of more general practical utllltv
than any invention now before the
public. It has been thoroughly
tested .luring the hist two years by
practical men, and pronounced to
SUPERIOR TO AST
Adhesive Preparation known.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
Applicable to
the useful arts.
A new thing.
is a new thin;, and the re.ni.
at
i" oi stujy- its
is on
combination
Its
Combina
tion. Scientific Principles.
And under no
change of temperature, will it be
reaaaooiiaH r emit any offensive
Boot ft shoo
Manufacturers
HOOT fe
SmsSfS'5!' ,n,iDK Machines,
- " '"e "est article known
for Cementinir the Channels, as it
work, wlthout fa Qot Rftect
ed by any change of temperature.
JEWELERS
WH " nfficicntly adhesive for
their use, as has been proved.
Jewelers.
ii bucks i-atrlie. Un.
to !..... . ...
inmirs
strong without stitching
"iciently
IT IS THE ONLY
It Is a Liquid.
LIQUID CEMENT
Extant, that is a ,
mendirg
FURNITURE,
CROCKERY,
TOYS.
BONE,
IVORY,
And articles of honsohold ns3.
Remember.
REMEMBER
Hilton's Insoluble Cemen
Is in a liqnj.i fiirni aD(, u
applied as paste
Wilton's Insoliih1 n,,
Is insoluble in water or oil.
Hilion's Insoluble -n,.r
Adheres oily snhstances.
Supplied in Family or ManuCctur-
"' irom l ounces
to loo lbs.
HILTON, BROS. & CO.,
Peopriktobs,
PROVIDENCE, E. I
FiLis.
I 23-1 j
. SOAP AND CANULES,
iliilip Decker,
(Successor to Decke,r 4 Kramer),
Hanufacturer of Lard Oil
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Abo, su extra article of
Will ESdSE, AND CAB OIL
Dealers in Ream, Soda, Aehes, 4c. Also
Pure Catavrba Win
Of our ow. rfAlii i 'ionatitle, to lt
chasers,
116 Maa.fitrf0fteCM Fir.t arj Second,
Kvassvilli, India v a.
snk. '"-".ocSOday.- paper negotiaWei.
MMMf
!
i
beinjr
bavin
,h.ru
settle
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Cincinnati Markets.
CJSCIS5AT1, Nov. 24 P M.
FLOUR firm anil unchanged; Miperflne So 75;
extia S i06 WJ ; trade Brands S 2.5.".
WHEAT firm and a speculative demand for
rod; 10,000 bushels of the latter sold at 81 3o
1 46; white quiet at SI nr.i.lSii jm
CORN quiet t SI lUfcl Vt.
OATS easier at vi .:;. in bulk.
ttTK firm at $1 2ol M.
BARLEY firmer: prime SI 601 65.
WH1-KT firm at 70c, but was hld higher in
the morning.
HOGS quiet but held firmly at SB 7S7 25 for
2001b. a e ... . Receipts large ; 10,000 bead to
ds v ; 50 'WO for the week.
PROVISIONS without change
MESS PJRK $18 U for new and S15 eoSlG 00
for old.
LARD for old ; new 12c.
BULK SHOULDERS oy ; smoked
GOLD 50e.
SILVER 4V.
-EXCHANGE dnll. Twites the same.
MONEY easier.
XcwTork Money Market.
New York. Noember 24.
Money in fair demand, without decided change,
at 7 per rent. Sterling dull and lower at 1 6o
1 66. Gold heavy and lower, opening at 52, de
clin;: to 52 i and closing weak at 5"J. Govern,
men: stocks dull ; V. (. Sixes '81 coupons, SI 00;
SeHn-thirtj's SI 0U.
COMMISSION HOUSE.
A. a. K ' HB ST. J. J. WUITTAKEB
HAYHTJRST & WHITTAKER,
Produce and Commission
Mercliants,
No. 6 Water St., (next to R. Barnes,)
EVANSV1LLE, INDIANA."
HIGHEST CASH
PRICE PAID FOR
Wheat, Oats,
PIrt seed, T.ari!,
Dried Fruit,
Beans,
Tallow,
Beeswax.
cno. w. cbati.vv.
WM. C. CBAIIAM.
(Lu. f U-.llit.-y. c-l.-m 4 . Orleans,
and Graham A Co., Cairo, Illinois.)
G. W. GRAHAM & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers
AXD
GENERAL COMMISSION
Meroliarits,
No.'s 46 & 47 First Street.
NEW 0SLEANS, LA.
C3" Cunsijpnn"nts of Western and' Southern
Produce, and orders for the purchase of Cotton,
Sugar and Uolasses, solicited.
Refer to Messrs. Dement 3c Viele, Fvansrille : J.
L. Dallam. K- j , Cashier, Paducah, Ky. noIl-2m
-f ATT8, draw & Co., ) f Cbanf & Ba.. wjt,
F-dncith, Ky., J Evansville, lad.
11.'. . !. Gives & Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
WATTS, CRANE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 45 Broad Sthkt,
nif yoflK errr.
tVe have opened a Honse in the city of New York
for the sale of
Tobacco and Western Produce,
Under the naase of
WATTS, CRANK CO.
Mr. D. Watts, of the firm of. Watts, Given & Co.
f Paducah, long familiar with Tobacco, will take
.harge of that department of onr business, and Sir.
I. Crane, of Crane and Brown, Evansville, will
.ake charge of the Prodnce bn. Iness.
mayil WATTS, CRANE & CO.
T. Cox. F. M. Humpubet.
COX & HUMPHREY,
Forwarding & Commission
Merchants,
Steamboat Agents,
WHARF - BOAT" PROPRIETORS,
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
We have taken the Grey Eagle Wharf Boat, and
ask of our friends a continuance of their patronage.
One of us will bo fonnd aboard both day and night
to attend to the wants of shippers. sepl
L. A. CEASE. WM. BK0WS. B. K. DISKEHfOX
CRANE, BROWN & CO.,
Forv.arding and Commission
Mercliaxit s 9
AND
Special Railroad Agents
Give throngh receipts and make liberal cash ad
ranee on shipments of. Produce and Tobacco to
rvanrniie, rtov. am: lhe: "-wv .(v
iDAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
Vy udl anncTnnce to their friends and
' ",K puniic oi snansTtusand vicinity that
aith increased facilities for the transportation o
Freight, Packages.
Money and Valuables,
iney solicit a continuance of former favors. Is-
jeciai care taKon in tne collection of Bil'.s, Draft
Not. and ths transportaUon of small and valna
bl p.ickages.
ATI lwrsons wishing to avail themselves of tit
wiiue, oi ise upresi, can obtain any desired in
lormiinm in rel'-rence to the rout... ...
the business, at thoiroffice on first street, be'twees.
naiu aim iiocust.
iy2 CHAS. WENTZ, Aeent.
H. B
CLIFFORD,
Commissioii Merchant
EXCLUSIVELY.
I HAVE DISPOSBD Or JIT STOCK OF GRO
eeriej. Produce, c., as I find that I cannot
"br,rui,' atj on" else, do justica to themselves and
their shippers when they boy, for it is natural
that they will sell their own goods first As I
have many shippers, I will hereafter confine my
self strictly to the
COMMISSION BUSINESS,
w iiojw ism i win find a continuance of
the
uiauj wyors suown me during the past eiirht
V( ilM tcliall . . T .- . . . , -
- " - I 1 '"I aiieimon to Hll COB-
signmeni., and will make liberal cash advances
on produ.v 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. COPEL ND
late ol Copland, Edmonds A Co., will give the
tottoa i usmess his personal attention. He is one
amon.- tho best judges in the State. Orders
solicit. j. ir B. mrvnnn
sep-.ii
No. 7 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn.
' " rLUKE BAllABD. c. M CLTJBX
W. S. McCLURE&CO.,
PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS .
FOR THE SALE OF
Cheese, Lard. Eggs, Beans.
SSO Txiltoii St:,
Op. Washington Market, NEW YORK
REFERENCES
uoa w. White, Cash
Mechanic Bank, Brook-
iyn, ., y01fc
nou. uoratio Ballard, Sec. State of New VnrV
A H fcI5 ?,andari' Ins ' New York
A. H. Ballard, Ypsilanti. Michigan
IT ww . .
J. L Kelly Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
ir ,. i Aoanrs IrtT Co
J. H. Reed, Ut ca. New M
N. Y.
!!0IV,?ry,J nymond, "New York Times
C. H. ftheoler..t Atk... v.
. Lancaster Grant Co
JelOiily
Wisconsin.
SCHNEIDER & ZUBERBIER
(Successors to Schneider & Wise.)
Commission Merchants
vr me sale of all kinds of
Western Ii-olvioe,
FLOUR. BACON, PORK x
Hay, Corn OatsB,?,!
corner jMjayetle, Xew
Iilton Streets
Levee and
NEW ORLEANS
LA
Iko. Foster. A. n.
tOSTEB. Wm a n
GEO. FOSTER & CO.,
V hole3ale Grocers,
Produce and Provision Merchants
COKNIR CF I.flnTCT ctbc '
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EVANSVILLE.
IND.
DISSOLUTION.
PJfE -rARTNERSUIP HER ETOFolEEV
X isting under the firm of n.. V.'. -
dis
r I.:LB."?. f NovemberAlV pm"
fi.r o..ttl..'T.. .. . '
"V -a'vy"' ineuM firm will ,,r......
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np t
np their accounts. 8 ""'aid
ORR, DALZELL A CO.
HAVING PURCHASED THK INTEREST OP
uiy former partners, I will continue in the
wbokale Grocery business at the old stand on
: vrarer nrrwx, an-i wuuin solicit for tho new house
the patronage so loo l"t.Twed on the old
novtS IHtC MATTHEW DALZELL.
w. ii. ALL. DK C. EVANS. I d.siro to return (heir than, to h ..,,. 1 J TnW -115 I 1'liE SNVIFT AM SI'I.ENDID STEYMER J..1
WALKER & EVANS,
Retail Dealers Exclusively in
B00TS&SH0ES
No. 81
MAIN STREE1,
Evansville, Ind.
We devote onr whole time and attention to the
Boot and Shoe Trade Exclusively
Consequently can give yon better bargains than
those who are " dabbling " in Boots and Shoes
in connection with other business.
City and County Orders
par for Goods.
sep5-ly
taken at
NEW
SHOE
BOOT
SELLMAN
Has just received, at
No. 35 MAIN STREET
A large and carefully selected stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, SLIPPERS,
CHILDREN'S WEAR,
fV THE LATEST STYLES, WHICH HE IS
Vy selling as low as any honse In tho city. The
public are invited to call and examine Goods and
Prices before purchasing elsewhere. He warrants
ins goods to give satisfaction. No trouble to
show gsods.
Mending.dpue FREE. OF CHARGE, should
F. M. SELLMAN,
Sept. l.r, 1813. 35 Main Street.
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TURNER & HEY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DZALZBS is
M
BOOTS AND SHOES,
the
out
AND
STORE.
F. M.
Hats & Caps,
No. 15
EVANS VI
To
Main Street,
LLE.l fDIANA
of the Odd Fellow Lodaes, members of tlui Bun
erchor, and many other friends w.ho attended the
funeral of the deceased on Sunday afternoon last.
novl7-lt c. WOLFF.
BOOTS & SHOES.
BIG B00 1
lah xjijc!
A N D.
SHOE HOUSE.
Ill READ k 11
MAIN STREET,
Have now in store the larg
est stock of Goods of any
House in the United States,
and of the best makes to be
found. Their stock was pur
chased before the recent ad
vance, at 10 per cent, less
than they can now be bought,
and we will sell them for
less than any House in the
West will sell the same
character of goods. We sell
BOOTS & SHOES,
not " scabs." Call and ex-
amine our goods.
MORGAN, READ & CO.
P. S. No charge for Boxes.
Hat & Caps
850,000 WORTH
Of the most fashionable styles of
HATS and CAPS
Now in store, that were pur
chased 10 to 30 per cent, less
than they can now be pur
chased of the manufacturers.
We arc determined to make
and to aid in doing so will
sell goods for less than any
House up the river. We said
it and so it shall be. No
trouble to show goods.
"Quick sales and small
profits " is our motto.
MORGAN, READ & CO.
-
Ladies' Hat
MORGAN, READ & 00.,
-Bd O. 68
ain Street,
Have in store a splendid as
sortment of Ladies' and
Misses' Trimmed Hats of the
latest and
styles, viz :
most approved
Ladies' and
Guerrabella ;
Misses' Felt Trimmed
t.a uies
Eugenia;
Ladies'
T
and
Misses' Felt Trim,,,
uiuigy
and Misses' Leghorn Trimmed
Eugenia;
Ladies'
and Misses' Leo-Iinm T.; j
Coquette;
- a m a inn mm
Guerrdab8e.,aand Trimmed
7i 9 ... . ... " I
Besides numpmns
other
Also,
names and sfvlpa
Children's Fancy Trimmed
Hats, all of which we will
sell very cheap indeed. Call
and examine nnr af!.- J1"
--' i . iv
MORGAN, READ & CO.
NOTICE.
Bfl
ERNEvrtrTsr-ir .
German. .oi.K.-IV' . A ."r FROM
for all lSdE7S2 "'r.si . Phvsi.
to every sick PrePa" d to give.
cause aadtVeatnwnt of th.iV D. V'e "iKiD,
troubling thlT with 'le"cou,','"t. with-
to
a.
NOTICE.
the Ladies of . EvaneviuTSnd
Tear,
ROWLAND
XT r vn .
IS
'Kat-Aftisx) TO Do
the latest stvlea nf Hmi,jr. "
Stamoinir at her riri-r... 7Ii TA D.a Br'd
.Tiuwrv anrl Kr
or
on Seoond
Mulbery and Gum Streets.H
net ween
p2T.3m .
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DEPARTS:
Wsy, Freight and Acrommodation....
UaU
ARRIVES:
Accommodation
Mail
.6: 45 a. a.
..9:25 a. k.
.5:24 p. m.
.6:40 p. M.
T. II, Sl R. II. R.
DEPARTS FROM T.
H.
Day Express
im iVr " r- k
7:3o A. m
12:50 A. M.
T. H.
H-.J5P. II
Accommodation
Niv'ht Express
ARRIVE
Day Express
AT
Accommodation...
5:10 a
Night Express 1:25 A..
These two roads make geod connections at Terre
Haute.
River News.
ARRIVALS.
Steamer Armada, Cairo.
" J. T. McCombs, Louisvills.
DEPARTURES.
Staamsr J. T. McOombs, Louisville.
The river commenced rising
at this
point on Monday night, and
was risin?
very rapidly at dark last evening1.
At Cincinnati the river continues to
rise, with 12 feet 4 inches in the chan
nel, with heavy rains
night
during
Monday
At Pittsburg the river was falling, with
8 feet in the channel, with a steady
rain falling, which will doubtless cause
a fresh rise at once; bo that the question
of navigation for the winter is pretty
well settled.
Green river is on a stand, and it is
very desirable that it should remain so
for the present, in order that the locks
at Rumsey may be repaired.
Captain Lumm, of the Gazelle, in
forms us that the coffer dam was put in
on Saturday last, and that the water
would probably be out by Sunday even
ing, and the work will be completed
within six weeks if the water does not
interfere.
Captain Lumm's little Gazelle, which
has been plying on Green river above
Kunisey, struck a log on Saturday at
Rochester and sunk immediately. Capt.
Shewmaker's propeller ihe Himrod
is now the only boat above the break.
We have no late intelligence from the
Cumberland and Tennessee, but the late
ains would indicate a fresh rise in the
Cumberland at least
There was nothing at all going on at
the levee yesterday, there not being a
single arrival during the day, except the
royxl Armada, which came in about 8
O'clocfr.
She will bo the regular and popular
packet for Paducah and Cairo, at noon
to day. Capt. Josh. V. Throop and Fred.
Huston are her experienced and popular
officers, and will give all needful atten
tion to the interests of shippers and
travelers. The royal Armada makes un
precedented fast time.
The mona'ch of tho Louisville and
Henderson line, the big Grey Eagle,
which has no rival in elegance or speed
on the Lower Ohio, will be the regular
packet for Henderson and Louisville
this evening.
The Big Eagle is commanded by those
courteous and affable officers and gentle
men, Cant James A. Lusk and George
Williams, whoso urbanity and politeness
are proverbs hence to' the Falls City.
JThfi P. B, Camnhell will -v
get off TorTfa8TvilIe until this morning.
Cox & Humphrey will answer all inquir
ries.
The Missouri Democrat of
sajs:
yesterday
The river was stationary durino- the
past 48 hours. To Cairo there is six
teeion uie worst bars, except Crawford
the depth ther"e being 5 feet, accord
ing to the latest arrived pilots. There
is seven feet below Cairo, at Point 3'leas-art-
r Ig yr , -rT
The niinois is stationary, with 2 feet
water from Peoria to the mouth.
The Louis rille Journal of yesterday
says:
The river is rising at this point, with
three feet ten inches water in the canal.
Ihe Cumberland and Tennessee were
rising slowly.at last accounts.
ue traveling and shipping public will
oe pieasea to learn Uat Mr. E. O' Ban-
uon, ,aie or tne Louisville Hotel, has ta
ken charge of the office of the steamer
Big Grey EaRle, the favorite of the Lou-
isvine ana Henderson Mail Line. Mr
O Bannoo's knowledge of the tastes and
pjcuiiannes o travelers, he having gain
eu nts experience in such an admirable
school as the Louisville Hotel, and his
own excellent tastes, eminently fit him
to preside in the office of one of our river
palaces.
Geo. Williams goes on the Tarascon,
which will be out in a week or two.
The New Albany Ledger of Monday
says:
t We understand that negotiations are
m profirress heiwpen
yL. uunuers
una parties from abioad, for the con
struction of six elegant passenger steam
ers at this port
FURS! FURS I ! FTJRSTll
a-E ARE NOW REGBIVING A VERT
..irFrfirr-vr.tr-;.-r-''t '"e
goods ourselves. - -" "" 1.t the
th7l.r4df - PrOTroVa.6
HATS AND CAPS
the very latest w'nte? stvles,, plen,8hed wl,h
under our own snpervls'on ' 8 "P WUh "re
MISSES' FELT.HATS.
Latest New York stj les.
INFANT'S HATS
Fancy and P'-". a very lage assortment,
new styles.
All
FANCY CAPS,
No. 39 Main Street.
.INTELLIGENCE OFFICE.
west of tw. w..!...08- ilT.h .rt Street, fourdoor.
Next
Store,
jgfi and i59sasaBffis ss
of
. gieitong eopT a tils "tl"
NTJBSERIES.
GEORGE D. BO WEN
TtlVlvn r,,. w JLIJ.S
THE
ENTIRE
Inform f he jublle that he" h.. r $ Co" wi,h
sorted iur.i .. m.V?.V ha" on hands a lart-
wishes
Evergrn,. Also. WVZ',J'2!Tnt1 "d
Remontant o,. wh IH tSf,'50t'' hr,1J'
AUo. lar,ertmsnt of S iI pr
walk planting. All ....i?e r ,,de
quick .hade id iii2-!0L,-rl,,?ta have a
will do well S3 pi"?t ysr to
eentrangjUui.,!,
I good trees that have
Catalogue sent on at.nnr.ttn- v ...
person.
wituri www im . i tsr
. GEO n i:, -lu-rt
ICre-oent Oity Nnrseriis,
avausville, Ind.
-u
JJ Uit jrttJI.T rJitKAjr A1IM 3
R. B. SPEED,
Wiil run as a regularpacket be
tween this port and Henderson
until further notice. nov24
Cincinnati and Memphis
PACKET COMPANY.
For Evansville, Henderson, Monnt
Vernon, Shswneetown, Smithland,
Paducah. Cairo. Colnmhns. Hickman
and Mempnis. and all way-points on the Ohio
and Mississippi Rivers, comprising the following
new light-draught passenger packets :
NORMAN, I JEWESS,
Capt. Batcholor. Captain Frsiier.
PRINCESS, W. C. MANN,
Cap tan Maratta. Captain Shunk.
One et 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. & HUMPHREY,
epMtf Agents.
LOUISVILLE AND HENDERSON
A.ILY LINK, (SUNDAY'S Xl ElT .
The
Evansville & Louisville U. 8
r Line Co's. Splendid . rro,
jj, Passenger lefef
STE1 A. 1ML 353 H. S
" BIG "
Capt. BCNCE...
GREY EAGLE,
J. A. LUSK, Clerk.
STAR" GREY EAGLE,
Capt. HUTSINPILLEB W. O. VORIS, Clerk
J. T. McCOMBS,
F1LLABD J. GWATHNEY, Clerk
Composo the Line, and will laavs Evansville for
Louisville as follows :
Monday's, STAR GREY EAGLE, at 12 o'clock M
Tuesday s, J. T. McCOMBS, at 5 o'clock r m
Wednesday's, " BIG " GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
r. M.
Thursday's, "STAR" GREY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock
P. M.
Friday's, J. T. McCOMBS, at 5 o'clock p. m
Saturday's, "BIG" GREY EAGLE, atS o'clock
P. M.
RETURNING:
J. T. McCOMBS, lesves Louisville 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 8
o'tlock P. M.
For comfort and speed the above steamers are
nnsnrpassed. COX & HUMPHREY.
decl2
GROCERIES.
K. WJTF.EI.F.F..
AS. EIGGS. w. J. SUGO
WHEELER, RIGGS & SUGG,
Whole U dealers in
GROCERIES,
SALT, COTTON YARNS
Nails, Window Glass, Sash, Doors, tc.
No. U North First Street,
Corner ot Sycamore.
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
COPARTNERSHIP
WE HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH TJB WM J
Sugg, late of Unlontown, Ky., in the
Wholesale Grocery business. The styleof tho Arm
will be Wheeler, Riggs & Sugg.
WHEELER & RIGGS.
aMOFFKE
list received 100 hairs nrime Rio Cff
50 bags good fair Coffee ;
60 boxes Ground do ; and for sale cheap at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S
CHEESE
M boxes Western Reserve Cheese :
20 boxes Hamburg Cheese.
Just received and to arrive at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S.
SYRUP A MOLASSES
25 barrels Syrup ;
25 barrels Bert rand's XXX Syrup;
10 Stewart's Syrnp;
20 " extra Honey Syrup :
40 " N. 0. Molasses;
35 half bbls Honey Syrup :
60 half bbls Bertrands XXX Syrup;
50 ten gallon kegs Syrup ;
For sale cheap as the cheapest at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S.
O PICKS
25 bass Black Pepper J
10 bags Raw Giuger;
5 bags C.itisia ;
20 cases Nutmegs ;
e- v .. ...... .., . .
W Pepper;
" Spice;
" Cinnamon ;
50 " Uloves;
" ,r- : for f low at
WHEELER. RIGGS A SUGG'S
OU0AR "
S3 20 hhds. prime New Orleans Sugar;
80 " fair " i
10 Porto Rico Sugar;
15 boxes Havana "
25 barrels Crushed "
25 Powdered
25 Com
15 " Bgjtegfg Sugar i for sale at
WHEELER, RIGGS A SUGG'S
MACKEREL i "
g l"rreU No. 3 Mackerel, Urge ;
25 half bbls 1
25 '
25 ' 3 .
30 quarter bbls No. 1 Mackerel ;
36 " j
25 . 3
25 kits " 1
50 2
70 " 3
Just receivod por rail at
nr.r.n.B, RIGGS A SUGG'S
DTE STUFF, ETC
2 cases Manilla Indigo;
1 case Madras Tndiim.
1 hhd Dutch Madder;
10 barrels Alum ;
10 " Copperas;
3 " Cadbear;
50 boxes Extract Logwood ;
2 bariels Rr'mstone ;
10 Sulphur;
6 " Spsom Salts;
2 " Veusia Red ;
, J t Spanish Brown ;
100 boxes Washing Bine
10 frails Sort Shell Almonds ;
10 barrels Filberts : for sale cheap at
WHKELEU, RIGGS A SUGO
WOODEN WARE. ETC.
75 dozen Red Burbot.
60 dozen Bine and Red Buckets ;
25 doren Well Buckets;
20 do leu No. 1 Tubs ;
5 dozen No. 2 and 3 Tubs
75 dozen Wash Boards ; -20
Nests Buckets, 3 in nest :
10 dozen half Bushel Measures
60 boxes Clothes Pins '
For sale cheap by WHEELER, BIGGS A SUGG
LIQUORS.
.djkolesale 2,-
r. cabii.
3V.
r. T. HODGE
Rectifiers
and Wholesale Dealers In
cription of
every des-
Foreign and
Domestic
liquors,
Vines and
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, &c.,
"uxiimHna, liiinoiH nnrl ir , ' wuiii-
ive stock. It beinr Ur J en'ock7 out exten
cannot fail to plea both in ,ta' f009 tllt
'u. itcuni aarsnra. wiiio.i.i-" . -n, ueiure
or St. Louis, tKo bvXM. I-ouisvi.le,
u. J luoIr ijiquors
We ask of you a fair ..;. .i?-
can cito satis.ti.n -i e are cei
wontd USWS ci
certain we
ty. Wt
No. 28, FIRST
STREET,
door to HoIliuCTworth A Tt. n : n.
Store, anrl ch. .... " . " ",0- ue
Foreign and Dom ".i. fon"iuK Part
S
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Rums, &c.
Of Whiskies,
piwnUrbo?' Monongahela,
wT 0Unt' Kimearith.
DCOtCh, tt ita other brands
Of P.n. T.1 - , .
and
.nia,M;,arCiroT:nV2eUirT',0,dwVir
for Ton." Of Bitter, we hT.. pT 1 1 ai.,d B7
varian Stowtou," Cocktail Yr ri"BUtJon- "
Absinthe, SchMpsii'g- .nd"?'' T'
dn"nlOW 8'Stet yin" Strm' our
., N. F. CARR co
and
"GILBERT A CO.,
o. 4 Syoamoru Street
P
run
IN
DRY GS-OOJ3S
00 TO
E. A. GOOKE & CO.,
Who
have Just completed their winter stock of
Goods, consisting in psrt ol
French Merinoes,
Checked and Plain Alpacas,
Silk Striped Lustres,
Wool and half Wool Delaines,
Ladies' Misses'
Hoop Skirts,
Ladies' Misses'
Balmoral Skirts,
and Children's
and Children's
Hoods, Nubias and Mines' Fancy
Knit Coats,
Sontags and Alexandras,
Lambs Wool, Merino and Bal
moral Hose,
And a great variety of Notions, &c.
Also Just received by express
A fall assortments Cloaks.
All the novelties of the season, comprising
Red Riding Hoods,
Blue Circulars,
Black Cloth Circulars and Sacques
Various Prices ; Styles to suit the
most fastidious. Come and see for
yourself at
No. 7
FIRST STREE T,
No. 10
FIRST
Wholesale and Retail
DRY GOODS.
Our second purchase this fall of everything in onr
Hue that Is
Mew, Rich
AVD
DESIRABLE,
Has now arrived
nmong which will ba r.A -
complete assortment of
Plain French Merinos,
Fancy French Merinos,
Fancy French Cashmers,
Plain and Fancy Delains all Wool,
And all the New Styles of
RICH WINTER DRURS arif.no
1 wa VWAW
Also a splendid Hoe of jegant
Black Cloth Cloaks,
SCARLET AND BLUE CLOAKS,
CARPETS,
OIX CLOTHS,
MATTINGS,
WINDOW SHADES,
Window Hollands,
Curtain Damasks,
LACE CURTAINS,
Curtain Fixtures
T-r- . wanr TTJTOTITOBS ;
And almost evervthintr .
HOPSE FURNISHING LINE
mj-20-lv
I A (it" -. Jt. r-. , -
. n . . r II I. , f .
F,r,t "tree.. Evtniv II..
CORRESPONDENTS WANTED.
in Union there is Strength
BEING NUMEROUS IN FAMII r f I
-D fipn on chartering a WK
acket to the 8W.fV?:J2
nome. At the cn,.rn,i. 1 I reacninr
lwa- of the'tS " bnf CTr ,h' UJi " '
itation houses. 7 " met B at the
the j
Wo dislike to see fair .
rteepsr.f time. c-.ttf..i.- .?ude.r". S down th
the
on Uieir faces an.l hi v. s . . wrlnkles of old as
heartrend.umii.lr.; L2fJ 10 th
and "catch"' . r.' PPlJ by mail to
oMkr.
in
union, wo .....
we certain'. . ne
-ni.n. ' ,.T e"n. "naaage those of a
smaller magnitn.ie.
arijetoraclTthe dom:; nil." fe"' f
i-ki wo -Trojan war, ha, . w.'H
finite While th. iron i. I... .
'hitch"
JO f III. ti-.t . Ta . . i i
yen wish to
&Stt&m?X
Frank Grant Joll. v . HoD' Jn"' June.
Otto.and'i'jPtun.. AH Clinton, 1
PMneeton Clarion please copy.
a half jar.. w. .-Vnf.1' I" to' two
nnTo'.r fflS?35
-thi,. t-rTV
A.V
Pleas
m Jiaysriiie, Ala. " s Dr.g.
Z
-j
6 it
BOUNTY
Car.!,. 7.-r.r"VJ-1' JtlSCKUITS KOR n.k.""' ro-wit : Om-thlrd of tfc.
airGr(,ulld s. Al 1 recrnY .tK . v nmf " ,h ' mouth., and Z,TtPS,1. n. eh' "-W la
will stand in.oect for " n , ,h. hav hor-- (ha purch.r to "?e h"d ' elv. months, the
Grounds. A 1 1 r er ult , r i. . , i, . ''..' without relif fr. J int-rest from day of
at Bip immediaf-i. ""-"" wm r.. meat
17 j, .r... :
WHOLESALE
CL0THIW& HOUSE!
GOLDMAN, BERG & CO.,
INTO. Q
North First St., Evansville ;
BRANCH OF
GOLDMAN, BERG ft CO.,
2STo. 806
Market Street, Philadelphia,
We have now ready a very largs selected stock ef
Fall I Winter (nothing
AXD
Gentle ill en's Furnishing Goods,
SHAWLS, BLANKETS
AND
TRAVELING SHIRTS.
Boys' Clottiing,
IN GREAT VARIETY,
To which we desire to call the attention of the
trade. Our Goods being all manufac
tured by ourselves, buyers bare
Only On Profit to Pay.
We Stel confident that onr prices are fally as low
as those of any other Honse in the West.
All Goods Warranted.
UNITiED STATES
Wholesale Clothing
AXD
FURNISHING HOUSE.
Clothing for the Million!
L. LOEWENTHAL & CO.,
gain lu the market, at
stand
the old well known
Cor. Main and First Sts.,
(Which hss keen rebailt aad enlarged,) with the
largest and best selected stock of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
AND
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Ever Opened In this Market.
OUR OLD CUSTOMERS AND THI TB ADR
generally are respectfully invited to call and
examine our Goods and prices before purchasing
elsewliere, as we fd assured we cau offer suueri.T
inducements to CASH buyers.
One r oar firm resides ia New Tork, and has
bad many years experience in buying and manu
tacturing, and devotes his whole time to
Purchasing and Superintrndlna- the
Manufacturing Department,
And as we buy exclusively for GASH, we can and
will sell as low to the trade as any
House East or West.
sepl l
The Best is always the Cheapest
Especially Is this true ef
IMG
AND
Gents' Furnishing Good.
Test it by calling en
J. H. C AHLIN,
Wo. 8
FIRST STREET,
(tfEAB POST-OMCX,)
EVANSVILLE, IND.
TB,Z yNDERSIONED HAS JUST BI
X turned from the East, where he has laid In
IBS t,b!,t "ock of Clothing aad Genu' Fur
" "v3 cror nroaffDt to this Citw W
Cloths, Cassimeres, VestiVs. c , weri iiecX
.'ihw eye 'iDgXe to 1umy tjls "and hsvl
ing become conversant with the taste of our o
ple, am satisfied that in this particular mj oSSm
will give excellent satisfaction. 7
win ,nr?i8h',nK ood' description
will a.so be fonnd at my establishment-soch as
ndrr,,0 Nk Ti. Shirts, Col
c""es lor manufccturla Clothinsr an
mil ud ' Cutting Garmento to SfJ
.fic!i" no.PaA-- I k no oa. u. take a ml
'l garment off my hands.
" ncatetl term." w. anrtng
"Peace is the timeto,..; nfo7 ? to
aummer make onr nr.r..i i war," and la
ha- the orderiio?? Xm" d,r1
such as mav be fLl 1, . JU Ov.rco-,
Order, for Clothing of 'verv'T bt"'
ie the pen.i o't tlT?1" w
Nod s'll1 .tS"1" 'ndo0do,fo,h' K?22s.
Befo"- :imftjXll ft'W.'m0,U "
sugl-j
mmlA (near Post Offlo...
?5l?!?JNUFACTORY.
"Lm SMITH'S
SHIETMANUPACTORT.
( SBAT'g ElOC.)
SHi?" "iff.w onriER ,eom mxa
ready-meSbirtsdCo- A stock o
atpricwithnt wut always on hand, and
lani,!-'be sntneriner r-
'lybe.tod for K.'-S- -
' Pa Ave years.
1. SMITH.
ADNISTRAT0R'S sale.
XTOTICE
IS
virtue of ..J-"' .UIIB" AT BY
II F. K IT II V ifttwif mm., .
of v..V i i tno uoart or Coameu
r2??m p or .aid day. at tka
ML. and
aapr of the
aoo, , tbe cjt ot E,.n.riI1
. Vander-
g conmy, I ndiana, at pnblie anetion sinS.
i the Vr .,Ko- U nd la. lo Woek No.
tA-nt,tth,e;N:t"h!rn ""'argeraent or id citvuji
Urn. secured Vml lTm rpri-
.' u.u-1,
'tSTrnVrm 11 ttm-tm
meo lately. r
TH0MA3 O. WILLIAMSON. I
A. . Sullivan, Adm r.
lOl J.'Jo 9tfl lo
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