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THTJHSDAY . JVKMBifi2C JOURNAlT BUILDINGST LOCUST STREET, BETWEEN FIRST ASP WATER. LIFE'S INCONGRUITY. The following beautiful poem by Lt Egbert Phelps, is thus spoken of by the Home Journal: "The degree to which the melodies are perfected, and the beauty of meta phor and rhythm, are more like the finish- ed work of a classic poet than the inspi- j ration of an impulsive soldier. It is an ! exquisite gem, and though we never be fore heard of the author, we are very M he is not only a soldier, but the tru- at est of poets: Green grows the laurel on the bank. Dark waves the pine upon the hill, Green hangs the lichen, cold and dark, Dark springs the heart.'-ease by tho rill ; Age mos?es clamber ever bright. Pale is the water lily's bloom ; Thus life still courts the sha.les of night, And Beauty h vers o'er tho tomb. So, all through life, incongruous hue Each object wears from childhood down, The evanescent heaven's blue. The all-enduring sober brown ; Our brightest dreams tuo quickly die, And griefe are green that should be old, And joys that sparkle to tte eye Are like a tale that's quickly told. And yet 'tis but the golden meau That checks our lives' unsteady flow, God's counterbalance thrown between. To poiso the scale 'twixt joy and wue I And better so, for wen the bowl Too freely to the parched lip given. Too much of grief would cru-h the soul, Too moth of joy would wean from Ilcaven. Qcerry. "Don't yu believe the Lord is on our side?" said a strong rebel to a not over-confident friend, some time since. "Don't you think, now, the Lord's on our side?'' " Well, y-e-e-s," responded the other; "y-e-e-s, but He's acting mighty strange about it, mighty strange!" An Irish schoolmaster, who was in structing some urchins in the rudiments of 11 polite learning," and coming to the word "posthumous," demanded the defi nition from a small boy at the foot of the class. The definition was not forthcom ing at the customary preliminary head scratching, and the master growing im patient, exclaimed, "Och, ye spalpeen, don't you know that the posthumous works of a man are rthe books he writes afther he's deadl Acknowledging an Obligation. Lt. J , late of the Sixteenth New York Regiment, was, a few days ago, walking down Main street, Utica, when he was accosted by a fellow, half soldier and half beggar, with a most reverential military salute. "God bless yon honor," said the mnn. whose accent betrayed him to be Irish, " and long life to you." "How do you know me?" said the Lieutenant " Is it how do I know yer honor?" re plied Pat ,; Good right, sure, I have to know the man who saved my life in bat tle." The Lieutenant, highly gratified at thi3 tribute of his valor, slid a fifty-cent bill into his hand, and asked him when. " God bless your honor, and long life to you, ' said the grateful veteran, " sure it was at Antietam, when seeing your honor run as fast as your legs could carry you, from the rebels, I followed your lead, and ran after you out of the way, where by, under God, I saved my life. O, good lack to your honor, 1 never will forget you." Pougkkeepsie Press. Unsuccessful in this Life. I confess that increasing years bring with them an increasing respect for those who do nOl BUCCCed 111 lll'e, aa rinnc ntnao commonly used. Heaven is said to be a place for those who have not succeeded upon earth; and it is surely trilte that celestial graces do not best thrive and bloom ia the hot blaze of worldly pros perity. Ill-success sometimes arises from superabundance of qualities in themselves good, from a conscience too sensitive, a taste too fastidious, a self forgetfulness too romantic, a modesty too retiring. I will not go so far as to say, with a living poet, that " the world knows nothing of its greatest men;" but there are forms of greatness, or at least excellence, that die and make no sign ; there are martyrs that miss the palm but not the stake ; there are heroes with out the laurel, and conquerors without the triumph. One Reason why Rosecrans was Re moved. When Stanton, the Secretary of War, made his late rapid trip from Washington to Louisville the following incident took place at night, on one of the Indiana railroads : The train on which Stanton was traveling was switch ed off to allow another to pass. The Secretary was indignant at the delay, and slipped out into the mud, which ex aspearted him more, and taking the con ductor by the breast he shook htm and demanded his reasons for stopping. The Western man did not understand that way of asking a question, so he drew back a heavy wire bound lamp and threatened to demolish the Secretary if he did not let go. One of Stanton's clerks stepped up and informed the con ductor that the great man he used so un ceremoniously was the Secretary of War, expecting to see him sink into the ground after such an announcement But the conductor replied that he dicft care a fig. A tall, big-boned Hoosier brakesman hearing tie contention, and fearing his chief, the conductor, would need help, stepped up and said : ime btanton 7 Are you the SecreTarv 6t TV at r "Yes ! "Well, stranger,' , replied the brakes man, " if you had been in such a hurry to reinforce Kosecrans when yon knew he was overwhelmed by numbers as you are to reach Louisville, the tGeneral would not have been checked at Chica mauga." The Secretary rushed into his car, and being a man of smajl things, he remov ed Rosecrans to be revenged on the brakesman. Cincinnati Telegraph. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! WE ARE NOW REGKIVING A VERY large and well assorted stock of Ladies' and Misses'a t&ncy Furs, comprising in part the fol lowing: Sable, Mink, Russian Fitch, Stone Mar tin Fisher, Lyn", German Fitch, Siberian Squir rel, Ermine, Genet. Swans Down, and far trim mings of every descriptions, Geutlemeu's fur Collars and Gloves, Children's Purs, Mutts, Cuffs, either separate or in sets. Having selected the goods ourselves, customers can rely on getting tlio very best grade of goods and at prices as low as the lowest. HATS AND CAPS. Our stock of lUta aud Caps for Men and Boy's, is now complete, having just b.n replenished with the very latest Winter styles, gott. n up with care uuder our own supervision. MISSES' FELTHATS. Latest K.-w York styles. INFANT S HATS. Fancy and plain, a very lage assortment, new styles. All FANCY CAPS, Of which we am receiving a splendid assortment. VAUTIKR t MARCONNIRR, No. 30 Main Street. INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AN Intelligence Office, on Third Street, fonrdocrs west of the Washington Hotel, where he will give strict and prompt attention to all business in thai Hue- JOHN WAYMAN. Zeitung copy apL5 COMMERCIAL.1 Cincinnati Markets. Cincinnati, Nov. 25 p u. FLOUR dull and prices lower. WHEAT 5c lower and in moderate demand, at SI tSml 28 for red and SI 4.' il 48 for white. CORN firm and in good demand ; receipts light ; now Ute ami old. 51 MM 12. OATS held higher ; 85c is asked ; 82Q83 is offer ed. Receipts lijrht. RYE firmer at 81 KM 2fl. BARLEY" lirm at Sf50l Gi. WHISKY advanced to 73c, with a speculative demand. HoGS unchanged and firm ; new mess pork $18. LARD lie. HAMS City country 8-g; 15,000 lbs crack lings sold at 2c, and 8U0,uu0 bushels Youghoghe ny Coal at 25c afloat. GOLD declined to 44c. SILVER 38c. W. New York Market. New York, November 25. COTTON dull and heavy, and decidedly lower, 81Q8 Jc. FLOUR dull and 10$15c lower. The decline in gold has a very depressing effect ; quotations ars mure or le.s nominal : fales at 87 40fi7 50 for R. H. 0.,andS7 55(39 50 for trade brands, closing dull and heavy, with no buyers at the outsidn quo tations. WUI9KT firm at "475c. WHEAT heavy, dull and unsettled and 2,Sc lower, the decline in gold having a very depress ing effect; quotations are nominal at $1 481 54 for winter red Western, and SI 561 5'J for Am ber Micoigan. CORN dull and 3aV lower, at SI 191 22 in store, and $1 221 23 afloat. OATS heavy and unsettled and 35c lower. PETROLEUM quiet. PORK dull and a shade lower ; $16 oO 1 li 624 foroldme?s, $17 rt13 00 for new, and 812 00(5) 12 25 for new prime. . BEEF quiet but steady. DRESSED HOG 13 steady at 8 MONEY steailv a.id active at 7 per cent. STERLI VG EXCHANGE lower and dull ; nom inal at 633(S prem. GOLD dull and decidedly lower, opening at 4SJi, declining to 4 n" closing qniet at 47. GOVERNMENT STOCKS quiet aud firm. COMMISSION HOUSE. A. S. UATUCaST. HA.YHTJRST J. J. WHITTAKEK & WHITTAKER, Produce and Commission TVT- crctiaxita, No. 6 Water St, (next to R. Barnes,) EVANSVILLE; INDIANA. HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR Wheat, Oats, Beans, Tallow, Beeswax. Flax Seed, Dried Fruit. Lard, GEO. W. JUA.1I AM. WM. C. liBAHAH. (Late of Halll 'ay, Graham A Co., New Orleans, and Graham A Co., Cairo, Illinois.) G. W. GRAHAM & CO., Wholesale Grocers GENERAL COMMISSION No.'s 46 & 47 First Street. NEW ORLEANS, LA. 635" Consignments of Western and Southern Produce, and orders for the purchase of Cotton, Sngar and Molasses, solicited. Refer to Messrs. Bemeut A Viele, Evansville: J. L. Dallam, Esq , CashierPaducah, Ky. no!l-2m A'atts, Givks Co., j Cnasa A Browm, Padncah, Ky., f Evansville, lad. Haudjvj, Grvx.t A Co., St. Louis, Mo. WATTS, CRANE & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 45 BaoAD Street, NEW YOBK C1TT. ffe have opened a House ia tie city of New Tori for the sale of Tobacco and Western Produce, Uuder the name of WATTS, CRANE A CO. Mr. D. Watts, of the firm of Watts, Given A Co. f Paducah, long familiar with Tobacco, will takt .harge of that department of our business, and Mr. . Crane, of Crane and Brown, Evansville, will Sake charge of the' Produce business, mayil WATTS, CRANE A CO. T. Cox. F. 31 . HliirHBH. COX & HUMPHREY, Forwarding & Commission Merchants, Steamboat Agents, WHARF - BOAT" PROPRIETORS, n'lViVIIU TVTlMVA We have taken the Graf Eagle Wharf Boat, and 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 snippers. sept !.. A. CEANE. WM. BROWN. ft. K. DCSKEUBO CRANE, BROWN & CO., Forwarding and Commission IMei'cliarvfcH, AND Special Railroad Agents. Give through receipts and make liberal cash ad ances on shipments ofProduce and Tobacco to Sew York. t ka.m., Bitunn a uu. Evansville, Nov. 20th, 1881. LDAMS EXPRESS COMPANY New Arrangement. TTIHE ADAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY UK L SPECTFULLY announce to their friends and latrous. the Dublic of Evansville and vicinity that. ith increased facilities for the transportation of Freisrht. Packaes. . Money and Valuables, Thev solicit a continuance of former favors. lecial care taken in the collection of Bills, Draft Notes, and the transportation of small and valna jle packages. All persons wishing to avail themselves of tk racilities 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, betweea Hitin and Locust. Jy2 CHAS. WENTZ, Agent. "bl. b. cliff o r d, Commission Merchant EXCLUSIVELY. I HAVE DISPOSED OF MY STOCK OF GRO ceries, Produce, Sic , as I And that I cannot, nor can any one else, do justico to themselves and their shippers when thny bny, for it is natural that they will sell their owu goods first. As I have many skippers, I will hereafter confine my self strictly to the COMMISSION BUSINESS, And hope that I will find a continuance of the many favors shown me daring the past eight years. I shall give personal attention to all con signments, and will make liberal cash advances oJiiCBin store. My motto is, Quick Sales anrTTluiiiUL iiuaiuBM- Dealers in Cotton cannot do better than to leave their orders with me. Mr. r. M. COPELAND, late of Copeland, Edmonds A Co., will give the Cotton bneiness his personal attention. He is one among the best judges in the State Orders solicited. II. B. CLIFFORD, sep25 No. 7 Front Row, Memphis, Tenn. W. 8. M'CLl'BI. E. r. BALLARD. C. M CLLBX. W. S. McCLURE & CO., PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOB TI1E SALE OF Butter, Cheese. Lard, Eggs, Beans, Peas, Dried Fruits, Flour and Provisions, 250 Fulton St. 9 Op. Washington Market, NEW YORE. REFERENCES. Geo W. White, Cash. Mechanic's Bank. Brook lyn. New Yolk. Hon Hnratio Ballard, Sec. State of New York. Wm. Cripas, Pres. Standard Ins. Co. New York, A. H. Ballard. Ypsilanti, Michigan. J. L. Kelly, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. R. II. Huntington, Adam's Iiff Co. N. Y. J. H. Reed, Utica, New York. Hon. Henry J Raymond, " New York Times ' C. II. Wheeler, St. Albans. Vt. D. Ward, Lancaster Grant Co. Wisconsin. jelOdly SCHNEIDER & ZUBERBIER, (Successors to Schneider 4 Wise,) Commission Merchants For the sale of all kinds of Western Produce, FLOUR, BACON, PORK, LAUD, i iorn, uat. Butter, Eggs, c. Corner Lafayette, New Levee and Fulton Streets, NEW ORLEANS, LA atig35-6ra JEO. F06TBB. A. II. I- Of T 1TB. WM. A. GWTK GEO. FOSTER & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Produce and Provision Merchants, COBNEB Or L0CTST STREET AND TBS CANAL, aug9 EVANSVILLE, IND. BOOTS AND SHOES. H. WALKER. DE OL LVAKS. WALKER & EVANS Retail Dealers Exclusively in B00TS&SH0ES No. 81 MAIN STREEr Evansville, Ind. Wo devote our 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. and County Orders taken at par for Goods. F. No SfiLLMAN Has just received, at 35 MAIN STREET A ! ir nnd carofnlly selected stock of BOOTS, SHOES, 6AITEB3, SUPPERS, CHILDREN'S WEAR, OF THE LATEST STYLES, WHICn HE IS selling as low as any house in the city. The pnblic are invited to call and examine Goods and Prices before purcnasiug elsewhere, tie warrants his goods to give satisfaction. No trouble to show gods. Mending done t uti. u lUABbb, snouiu T. M. 8ELLMAN, Evansville, Sept. 15, 18G3. City sep5-ly NEW BOOT SHOE STORE. M 35 Main Street. H s H fa g 5 u 0 A O CQ 3 W 6 i 3 w c w s gj 0 & c3 M M 2 1 s o o e . i & ii m si pq M 0 PS o HQ n o H 8 Q O o n r M o 0 rl h A s a 0 U u 0 t S 1 o o m s 0 m 3D o S Mo. 15 IVXAIiV STREET. TURNER & GWATHMEY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS ! BOOTS AND SHOES, AND Hats & Caps, No. 15 Main Street. EVANSVILLE , f.i DIANA THANKS. THE PARENTS F JULIUS KROEPoCH desire to return their tb.ar.ks to the Brothers sit .ii Odd Fellow Lodges, mcmheis of the Macu erchor, and many other friends who attended the funeral of tho deceased on Sandfly afternoon last. nov!7-lt C. WOLFF. BOOTS & SHOES. 37 ZOC 2D rOOl AND SHOE HOUSE. liiijMi&ca., lo. B 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 samo 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, tbat were pur chased 10 to 30 per cent, less than they can now be pur chased of the manufacturers. We are determined to make Evansville a jobbing point, and to aid in doing so will sell goods for less than any House up the river. We said it and so it shall trouble to show be. No goods. " Quick sales and small profits " is our motto. MORGAN, READ & CO. Ladies' Hats! MOHGAN, READ & CO., :N"o 63 IB&Alxi Street, Have in store a splendid as sortment of Ladies' and Misses' Trimmed Hats of the latest styles, and most approved viz Ladies' and Misses' Felt Trimmed (iii.oiruhfilla.: .Ladies and ."Misses fen "trimmed Coquette ; Ladies' and Misses' Felt Trimmed Eugenia; Ladies' and Misses' Leghorn Trimmed Eugenia; Ladies' and Misses' Leghorn Trimmed Uoquette; Ladies' and Misses' Leghorn Trimmed truerrabella; Besides numerous other names and styles.' Also, T Children's Fancy Trimmed Hats, all of which we will sell very cheap indeed. Call and examine our stock. MORGAN, READ &C0. NOTICE. T,fR9. ERNKNBUTSCH, A LADY FROM -tVA. Germany, celebrated by her skill as a phrsi cianforall kinds of diseases, is prepared to give, to every sick person, information on the origin, the cause and treatment of their complaints, with out troubliug them with many questions, the aforesaid information being made only by exam iuing the pulse. Terms very moderate, viz : 25 Cents. The Doctress is at her office, in Lamasco, near Chris Miller's. Hoars for consultation from 9 to 12 o'clock a. m. and from 2 to 5 o'clock p. m. sep!5-3m NOTICE. To the Ladies of Evansville and Vicinity. TfllW- BUWliASD IS PREPARED. TO DO ROWLAND IS iVJ- nil tho Urn.f atvlou .,f GmhrAi.l. 1 . Stamping at her residence, on Second betwee Mnlbory and Gum Street. p27-3m BIG BAILBOAD REGISTER fSaV C. H. R DEPARTS: Way, Freight and Acrommodation 6:45 A. K. Mail 9: 25 a. m. ARRIVES: Accommodation... . ....5: 24 p. M. Mail 6: 40 p. M. T. H. fc K. it. It. DEPARTS FROM T. H. Day Express 3:55 p. at. Accommodation 7:35a m. Might Exprosa 12:50 A. u. ARRIVE AT T. H. Day Express 11:25 p. m. Accommodation 6:10 a. m. Night Express ..l:25 A. M. These two roads make good connections at Terre Haute. Jr&iver" News. V ARRIVALS. Steamer. Commercial, Louisville. " K B. Speed, Henderson. " Big Grey Eagle, Louisville. " Victor, Louisville. " May Duke, Cincinnati. DEPARTURES. Steamer Commercial, Memphis. ' R. B. Speed, Henderson. " Big Grey Eagle. Louisville. " May Duke, Cairo. Armada, Cairo. The river continues to rise steadily, and there is now full five feet hence to Louisville and Cairo. At Cincinnati the river continues to rise, with 13$ feet in the channel at noon yesterday. Yesterday was another dull day on the revee, with but few arrivals. The big Commercial came down on Tuesday night with a partial load, and refused freight all along. She took ten or twelve tons at this point, and would fill up below. The admirable little May Duke arriv ed yesterday morning from Cincinnati, and left in a short time for Cairo. ihe May Duke has been sold to pa ties in Cincinnati for fo,U00 cash, the cheapest boat sold this season. "Conse" Miller, of the Cincinnati Commercial, represented Capt Josh. Throop, and we are inclined to think he not only sold the boat bat also sold Capt Josh. The latter promises to get even with him at Christmas. The elaborate Armada left yesterday afternoon with a stavingly trip. Fred. Huston is again at his post and looks as rubicund and jolly as ever. To-day the splendid Little Grey Ea gle will be the unequalled packet for Henderson and Louisville. Capt Hut sonpillar and Frank Banksmitb, assisted by the ineffable Dick Cox, are her chief officers. The high-headed Charley Bowen will be the regular packet for Cairo at noan to-day. Billy Bentley, being a pious soul, will set a sumptuous dinner for his guests, and his handsome clerk will see that shippers and travelers are made comfortable and ensy. The big Grey Eagle arrived at seven o'clock last night, and reports plenty of water coming. She returned to Louis ville about midnight The Louisville Journal of yesterday says : The river is rising fast at this point, and has risen 12 inches during the last 24 honrs. There is now 4 feet 10 inches in the canal, and 2 feet 10 inches in the Indiana chute. The Sir John Thomas McCombs has attracted the attention of Uncle Samuel, and has been taken to his tender em brace. She went up through the canal on Monday, and will load for Nashville or Eastport The New Albany Ledger of Tuesday says: The Cumberland is rising, with 4$ feet water on the shoals. On the 18th inst the David Tatum, Moderator, Minerva, Colossus, J. H. Baldwin, Florence, Huntress, and A D. Hine were idly lying at Clarksville awaiting further orders, more water, aud a few gunboats. The steamer Universe was sold to Captain Watts, of Madison, Ind., and others, on Saturday, for $31,000. Capt Ash Hopkins, formerly of the Isabel; Capt John Brooks, of the Ed ward J. Gay ; Capt Dehaven, formerly of the Alonzo Child; Capt. Carter, once of steamer Atlantic; Cape Dehaven and t apt. Montgomery, Admiral, are now building two large rebel gunboats at Mobile; the largest, the Nashville, is 265 feet long, aud will have the machinery of the steamer Natchez, formerly in the Mississippi trade, between .New Orleans and Nathez, and the Tennessee to have the machinery of the old Alonzo Child, formerly in the St Louis and New Or leans trade. The Cincinnati and Louisville Mail Company have named their new side- wheel packet, now nearly completed, the " Gen. Lytle," in honor of that brave of ficer who was slain at the battle of Chica mau ga. The Tarascon, of the Louisville and Henderson mail line, will be completed during the nrst week of December. On her last trip to New Orleans from Vicksburgh, the great Atlantic had 882 bales of cotton and 484 hogsheads of su guar as part of her freight. She bad 161 cabin passengers. She is the great- Major Geo. A. Williams is fitting out the office of the Tarascon in a style com mensurate with the elegance of that splendid steamer. Major Williams is to be the chief clerk of the Tarascon, and no one knows bet ter than he how to keep both books and office just right The Missouri Dimocrat of yesteaday, says the river was stationary during the past 24 hours. To Cairo there is 6 feet on the worst bars, except Crawfords's the depth there being 5 j feet, according to the latest arrived pilots. There is 7 feet below Cairo, at Point Pleasant. The river above is slightly rising to Keokuk, with five feet in the channel, but above the lower rapids, on which the water is 32 inches, it is now falling. The Illinois is about stationary, with 30 inches from Peoria to the mouth. The Missouri is falling, with 20 inches at the mouth of the Gasconade, and 33 inches elsewhere. There are several boats loading for Louisville, Cincinnati and Pittsburg, a thing unknown for some months past. The boats now loading for the Ohio are the Savanna, to leave this morning for Pittsburg; White Rose, loading for the same, and Citizen, for Cincinnati. The two latter boats have just withdrawn from the Lower Mississippi trade, and the first named from the Upper Mississippi. For the Ohio a large amount of freight is of fering, but no pasengers as yet A Cairo letter of the 23d to the Demo crat says : The Gen. Anderson arrived from Memphis at dark with 573 bales of cot ton for Cincinnati. If she can obtain a barge, she will proceed to that port; and if not, she will probably- reship and re turn to Memphis, unless news of a rise in the Qhio should reach her in time. REGULAR PACKETS. 'HE SWIFT AND SPLENDID STEAMER R. B. SPEED, Will rnnas a regularpacket be tween this port and Henderson nntil farther notice. nov24 Cincinnati and Memphis PACKET COMPANY. For Evansville, Henderson, Mount Vernon, Shawneetown, Smlthland, Paducah. Cairo. Columbus. Hickman and Mempnis, and all way-points on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, comprising the following new light-draught passenger packets: NORMAN, Cnpt. Batchelor. JEWESS, Captain Frazler. PRINCESS W. C. MANN 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 A HUMPHREY, sepOdtf Agents. LOUISVILLE AND HENDERSON AILT LINE, (SUNDAY'S Xt EPT . The KYMftTllle Louisville U. S Line I'o's. Splendid ra8senger STB A 3ld 33 IO. S3 "BIG" GREY EAGLE, Capt. BUNCE J. A. LUSK, Clerk. "STAR" GREY EAGLE, Capt. HCTSINPILLEB W. O. YOBI3, Clerk J. T. McCOMBS, Capt. BALLABP J. 6WATHNEY, Clerk Compose the Line, and will leave EransTille for Lonisvilleas follows : Monday's, STAB OBEY EAGLE, at 12 o'clock H Tuesday's, J. T. McCOMBS, at 5 o'clock p . Wednesday's, " BIG " GBEY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock p. m . Thursday's, "STAB" GBEY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock P. M. Friday's, J. T. McCOMBS, at 5 o'clock p. M Saturday's, " BIG " GBEY EAGLE, at 5 o'clock p. u. RETURNING: . T. McCOMBS, leaves Louisville Monday's and 1 hursilay's. BIG" GKEY EAGLE loaves Louisville Tues day's and Friday's, "STAB" GBEY EAGLE leaves Louisville Wed nesday's and Saturday's. Punctually at i o'clock p. M. For comf ort and speed tho ahove steamers are unsurpassed. UUA KVJaTlUfcM. decl2 GROCERIES. R. K. WI1F.ELEE. AS. BIG08. W. J. TGO WHEELER, BIGGS & SUGG, Wholo le dealers in Gr 1st OCE 12, 1 E S 5AI.T, COTTON YARNS Nails, Window Glass, Sasli. Doors, fcc No. 17 North First Street, Corner ot Sycamore. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. COPARTNERSHIP WE HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH US WM Sugg, late of Uniontown, Ky., In Wholesale Grocery business. The style of tho firm will be Wheeler, Biggs A Sugg. Ilr. r. I. hit A" COFFEE Just received 100 hairs prime Rio CoBee; 60 has good fair Coffee ; dO boxes Ground d ; and for sale cheap at WHEELEK, BIGGS fc SliGti'g CHEESE 50 boxes Western Reserve Choc so ; 20 bozes Hamburg Cheese. Just received and to arrive at WHEELER, RIGG8 ft SUGG'S. OYKCP vt MOLASSES 25 barrels Syrup ; 25 barrels Bertrand's XXX Syrup ; 10 " Stewart a Syrup ; 20 " extra Honey Syrup ; 40 " V 0. Molasses ; 35 half bbls Honey Svrup ; 60 half bbls Bortnind's XXX Syrup; 50 ten gallon kegs Syrup ; For sale cheap as the cheapest at WHEELER, BIGGS ft SUGG'S. Q PICES 25 ba;n Black Pepper; Wm tms Spice; 10 hags Baw Ginger ; (S bags Cassia ; 20 cases Nutmegs ; 25 boxes ground Ginger ; 80 " Pepper; v 25 " Spice; 60 " Cinnamon ; 80 " cloves ; 75 " Mustard : for sale low at WHEELER, RIGGS ft SUGG'S. s UGAR 20 hhds. primo New Orleans Sugar ; 20 fair " " 10 Porto Rico Sugar ; 15 boxes Havana " 25 barrels Crushed " 25 M Powdered " 25 " Coffee " 15 " Yelllow Coffee Sugar ; for sale at WnEELER, E1GGS ft SUGG'S. MACKEREL 25 barrels No. 3 Mackerel, large ; 20 " 2 25 half bbls 1 25 " 2 25 " 3 30 qnarter bbls No. 35 " " 25 " " 25 kits " 60 ' " 70 " ' 1 Mackerel ; 2 " 3 1 " 2 " 3 Just received per rail at WHEELER, RIGGS ft SUGG'S. r,YE STUFF, ETC XJ 1 casrs Manilla Indiro; 1 case Madras Intiigo; 1 hhd Dutch Madder ; 10 barrels Alum ; 10 " Copperas ; 3 " Cudbear ; 60 boxes Extract Logwood ; 2 barrels Br'mstone ; MO " Sulphur; 5 " SpsomSAlts; 2 " TensiaRed; 2 " Spanish Brown ; 100 boxes Washing Blue ; 10 frails Soft Shell Almonds ; 10 bi.rrels Fillwrts : for sale cheap at WHEELER, BIGGS ft SUGG. WOODEN WARE ETC. 75 dozen Red Buckets ; 60 dozen Blue and Red Buckets ; 25 dozen Well Bnckets ; 20 do !en No. 1 Tubs ; 45 dozen No. 2 and 3 Tubs ; 75 dozen Wash Boards ; 20 Nests Buckets, 3 in neet ; 10 dozen half Bushel Measures ; 50 boxes Clothes Pins. For sale cheap by WHEELER, BIGGS ft SUGG LIQUORS. l9n, w. r. CARR. r. T. HODGE Pi". TP. Rectifiers and Wholesale Dealers in every des cription of Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Wines and Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, &c, BEG LEAVE TO CALL THE ATTENTION of the trade of the City of Evansville, South ern Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky to oat exten sive stock. It being large and complete, wo can oner to our customers and the trade, goods that cannot fail to please both in quality and price. Our stock having been bought for cash, before iho recent advauce. willenable us to compete with any house in the West in prices, Ac. We are determined that no necessity shall exist for dealers to go either to Cincinnati, Louisville, or St. Louis, to bay their Liquors. We ask of you a fair trial. We are certain we can give satisfaotion when you visit our city. Wc would be pleased to see you at No. 28, FIRST STREET, Next door to Hollingsworth A Bro.'s Qnefnsware Store, and show you our stock, consisting In part of Foreign and Domestic Brandies, Wines, Gins, Rnms, &c. Of Whiskies, Best Bourbon, Rye, Moaoneahela, Robinson County, Kimel, Irish, Scotch. fc many other brands. Of Common Whiskies we have Aurora, Old Vir ginia, Mountain Dew, Orange Valley, and "Bully for You.-' Of Bitters we have Plantation, " Ba varlan Stowton," Cocktail, ac. Punch, Essence, Absinthe, Schnapps, Smoking and Chewing To bacco, Cigars, and A. S. Bonn's Snuff. Remember the place, No. 28 First Street, four doors below Sycamore Street. novll N. T. CASE A CO. MACKEREL 125 whole and half barrels and kits just received and for sale lv E. GILBERT A CO.. No. 4 Sycamore Street. DRY GOODS FOR GREAT BARGAINS IN DRY & O O 13 S 00 TO E. A. COOKE 8L CO., Who have Just completed ihalr winter stock of Goods, ( insisting in part ot French Merinoes, Checked and Plain Alpacas, Silk Striped Lustres, Wool and half Wool Delaines, Ladies' Hisses' and Children's Hoop Skirts, Ladies' Misses' and Children's Balmoral Skirts, Hoods, Hnbias and Misses' 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 assortment!" Cloaks. All the novelties of the season, comprising Bed Biding Hoods, Bine Circulars, Black Cloth Circulars and Sacqnes Various Prices ; Styles to suit the most fastidious. Come and see for yourself at Wo. T FIRST STREET, & No. 10 FIRST STB33T, Wholesale and Retail DRY GOODS. Our second purchase this fall of everything in our line that is New, Rich ASD DESIRABLE, Has now arrircnl, among which will be found a complete assortment or Plain French Merinos, Fancy French Merinos, Fancy French Cashmers, Plain and Fancy Delains all Wool, And all the New Styles of RICH WINTER DRESS GOODS. Also a splendid line of eiegant Black Cloth Cloaks. SCARLET AND BLUE CLOAKS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, WINDOW SHADES, Window 1 1 oil tin tlw, Curtain Damasks, LACE CURTAINS, Curtain Fixtures OUBTAIN CORNICES; And almost everything in the HOUSE FURNISHING LINE my20-lv .TAQXESS &. PRESCI1, No. 10 First Street. Kvanavllle. CORRESPONDENTS WANTED. "In Union there is Strength." BEING NUMEROUS IN FAMILY, WE DE sign on chartering a car and take a through tickot to the State of Matrimony, on reaching home. At the cross-roads, we advise the ladus to beware of the train, but they can meet aa at the station house. We disliko to nee air m aide-ts go down the steeps of time, gathering the wrinkles of old age on their faces, and be haunted by the hobgoblins of celibacy.- Ladies, if you wish to avoid the heartrending mission, just apply by mail to us, and "catch" a live soldier. If we sie the big Union, we certainly can manage those of a smaller magnitude, although a few upuilU may arise to rack the domestic circle. Helen occasione I the Trojan war, but still we'll risk a woman at a venture. "Strike while the iron is hot," if you wish to "liltr.li" for lifH with Wilder's hovs. For farther particulars, apply to any ef the fol lowing members of Co. H. 17lh Indiana: Paul Clifford, Willie Carrollton. Jennie June, Frank Orant, Jollf Neptune, AH Clinton, Ira Otto, and Garibaldi, Jr. Princeton Clarion please copy. BY TWO OF "R08IE'S" BOYS. WHO HAVE been In the employ of "Uncle Sam" for two and a half yean, wish (as our time of service is nearly expired), to open a correspondence with as many of "Eve s fair daugters as choose to reply to this. Object Fun, love, or whatever may re sult. "Photo" desired, if convenient. Addrss Jerome H. Hannlng, orDuraud 0. Dea venport, 17th Indiana Volunteer, Wilder' Brig ade, Maysville, Ate. novl9 $402 BOUNTY. WANTED FIVE .MORE RECRUITS FOR t purchase money to be paid in cash, one-t.iird in a Cavalry Company now in camp at the ; six months, and one third in twelve months, I ha Fair Oronnds. All meruit that havs heroes that , purchaser to give ht notes for the deferred pay will stand Inspection will be taken at J1S0 if re- j menu, with security, with Interest from day of ported at samp recruiting files at the Fair j sale, without relief from valuation or appraise Gronnds. All rseraits that have enlisted will re- , meat laws, secured by mortgage upon the pre at - port at camp immediately. . , - A. G. SULLIVAN, Adm'r. uovH-Jw THOMAS G. WILLIAMSON. 1 novldiw CLOTHING. WHOLESALE CL0TEIM& HOUSE! GOLDMAN, BERG & CO., No. O North First St., Evansville ; BRANCH OF GOLDMAN, BERG & CO., KTo. 006 Market Street, Philadelphia, We have now ready a very largo selected stock ef Fall s Winter Clothing AND GentleQen's Furnishing Good?, SHAWLS, BLANKETS A NO TRAVELING SHIRTS. Boys' Clotlains, IN GREAT VARIETY, To which we desire to call the attention of the trade. Our Goods being all manufac tured by ourselves, buyers hare Only One Profit to Pay. We feel confident that oar prices are fully aa low as those of any other House in the West. All Goods Warranted. aep5 UNITlED states Wholesale Clothing ASD FURNISHING HOUSE. Clothing for the Million! L. LOEWENTHAL & CO., gain in the market, at the old well known stand Cor. Main and First Sts., (Which has keen rebailt and enlarged,) with the largest and beat selected stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING AND Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Ever Opened In thli Market. OUR OLD CUSTOMERS AND THE TBAPE generally are respectfully invited to call and exaniiue our Goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere, as we feel assured we can offer superior inducements to CASH buyers. One f our firm resides in New York, and baa had many years experience in buying and mssi facturing, and devotes his whole time to Purcuaalng and Superintending the Manufacturing Department, And as we buy exclusively for CASH, we can and will sell as low to the trade aa any House East or West. sepll The Best is always the Cheapest Especially ia this true sf O X o THIN AND Gents' Furnishing Goods. Test it by caliirg on J. H. C AH LIN, No. 8 FIRST STREET, NBA post-office,) EVANSVILLE, IND. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE turned horn the Esst, where he ba laid in one of the best stocks of Clothing and Gents' Tar nishing Goods ever brought to this City. My Cloth, Cassimeres, Vest logs, Ac., were selected with an eye single to quality and style ; and hav ing become conversant with the taste of our peo ple, am satisfied that in this particular my Goods will give excellent satiswetion. Gents Furnishing Go" 4s of every description will also be found at my establishment such as Gloves. Hosiery, Heck -Ties, Shirts, Collars, Si.s ienders, Ac. My facilities for aaanufacturia Clothing are excellent ; and as for Cutting Gar meuts to fit no satisfaction no pay. I ask no oes to take a mean fitting garment off my hands. Over-Coatings of every variety nd style will be found at my rttblishm3u t. Though it may sound unreasonable to. k Overcoat daring the " heated term," we mast remember that ia "peace is the timeto-i- re for war," and ia Summer make our preparations for the cold blasts of Winter. No better preparation can be devised than the ordering of a good reliable Overcoat, such as may be found at No. 8 First Street. Orders for Clothing of every description will receive the personal attention of the undersigned, and will be promptly attended to. The motte at Ho. 6 is, " Promise punctually fulfilled." Before ordering Fall or Winter suits Gent will consult their own interest by examining my Goods and Prices. Remember the plane No. 8 First Street, (near Post Office.) auglS J. H. CARLI.V. SHIRT MANUFACTORY. J. SMITH'S SHIRT MANUFACTORY, N"o,8 Second St, (is b say's block.) SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER FROM MEAS urment and a fit warranted. A stuck o i roady.iuade Shirts and Collars always on hand, and at prices that will suit the purchaser. Tacking I Aim, Atichiug Bosoms, Ac, -dene with neatness and uVspatch. j Thankful for past favors, the subscriber respect fully solicits a contuance of the patronage s userauy uantuanu tor me past Dv years. octn J. SMITH. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. NOTICE rS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY virtue of an order of the Co art of Common Pleas of Vanderbnrgh county, the undersigned. Administrator or the Estate ef Lorsaao T. Hop kin, deceased, will on the Si day of December. lh'H, between the boars or 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., of said day. at the dppr of the Court House, in the ciry oi avansvuie, vander I burgh roauty, Indiana, at public auction, sell the i following aescnoeu Mime, unstea in said ; county, to-wlt : Lots No. 15 and 1, in block No. &, in the Northern Enlargsment of said city upon the following terms, to-wit : One-third of tk.