; WAN TED.
i f rAN7'0 IMMEDIATELY A GOOD BUOQT
f 'r - 12 So to 13 per d ay for by th piece,
th vak or yser. 6oo4 vorkau - m
o-".m -.z-i '- ly. deSO-lt
t V We,
v.cn Ud none, one rra.p root earn, on
.) tins, ipp'7 at thi offies. de30-lt
It STV':- -Hi U8. I wish to ml ham.
v i: i jnt three or foor room, and s.e.
siton u; time la tb month of January,
lseij Persona wishing to rant ch a boom will
call at tH office or WM. BEAVI3, Baal Estate
Aot, on Main Knot, over Keller's Oaa B.or.
rAKTID MABBL1 CUTTERS and LET.
TEBKR3 Immediately, at tea reduce
Marble Worki. tao (rood Cutter and twa Letter-
en, aiao 1 Polinhar, to wheat will bo said
th I igueet wags, and ataady wurk for tb win
tor. decld3w EMEfcY A TO UNO.
X-t tumbler Icefc, baa bean lost.
The Seder, by
I tavlvg it at
FOB BINT A TW0-8T0BY FBAMX 8T0BH
and D weWtair Honse", atrnrt of Fourth asd
Halnst.et. fJCoWt of t j -" " " JL
" ' HXSR's' WTNGERT,
aeSO-St Eagle Brewery.
POE BMNT HOUSES One Srtck Hon, with
A aix room 3M;
Two aeat Cottages, at f 16 each per month.
B qotreof A. JOHNSON,
dc27 dif Third street.
T?0B 8ALB FABM .
- ipttndid farm of I3t
aerea of Iniu. tt'-',J on the Petenbnrajh
road, HwatiFu ruih. Ion KraueYllle, In
rkkouna y, i tSerrd ir ' on the fullowlaf
term, : Ose-tliird cub, tbe balance to be paid lu
tDaUllmeotii of one, two, and three yean, wllli
Inlet t on tie deftrirtd paymeliti. City property
woull le tt;n In excbntc ft thl farm. ' , t
Adirera -- -' ' JACOB BoILKtL, c
x . Wbeak.nTille, Ind ,
'" or THOMJifl ELLIOTT,
deeSd2w V: " -: - Oakdam, Ind."
AVABSt OF XSK jnCSPBZQ AKD MTB
acres, on the Wabaab BlTr, at the Little
Chain thirty acre ander looc A good log
honae, and a large warahoae. - -
It la at the h ad of tow-wattr navigation, and
a good point for knalitsee, ami a fine opening for
a ferry, tna Wonid reallae frn one thuceand to
two thonsand dollara a y-ar, telng aroraaible at
all atagee of water, and the aitly bluff beoke oa
both aide of Jie rlrer from it naoutb to Terra
Aante. ..'y y . . i-t . . .
Alao, Tral tract of land in Whit oonnty,
JIM no la.
,.- . 0.1.
decs dim '
' Car ml. Illlooia.
pOB BALB-, t g,..m rr i-f yf
BEST POPLAE FLOOBIIJGr
For tale by
x or caie. . at, s .joartraia. ,.
A HO. 1 POBTABLE r"N(IINK, with a good
Threshing- Hachloe ani lwogod -Oorn-f
heller attached, by J. 0. BUESirT, Lower
Bayon, three mike above Henderson,
T)ATENT LOOMS FOB Si LB.
J. . - -
Lamb' Pa'ent Slf Weaving Loom weave a
yard of Jean in thirty minute, .weave eiftat
different kind of Cloth on toe ram warp, weave
double width blankets, wean seamias sack and
requires nekit o wet-Cell and see one at
work, at No. ifirei.atre t, v3Ule. i -,,
u7-dAw3m .i WAX. BLAK ILY, Oeol Agant.
Hoase and tot! for Sale ' ;
NIOB KtW . FBAM HOUSB, WITH
XL larice corner lot, well liei. with ahrnbbary,
one of the bst locatloua in the eity, eoraer ol
Beventb aad Oheatniu atieau. - ,
Alao, if desired, ith who., or a part l the
fomittiM will b Inclnded lo tn sale. -,
Inquire of .. AIKKN IHJSOUCHKT,
water (treat, eaffl l urr ntoca.
A KB A MS OOTTAQB FOItBALB CONTAIN
ing rooms, a cellar, etitern, stable, Ac, li
a iFK dlooa'fty abor Main street. 'Apply to -ocll
8HA0KBLi03I! A HOUfikBOOK.
1.0 B 8ALB 10X ACBKll bF LAID, IM OF
X1 which is a Vineyard ( a Brick House with S
moms, S eiaterns and sprint. Orchard of Apple,
Peecbe and Pear., mile I rem town.- Apply to
eets niiAuaai.l'ua.ia HvnovKuva
M;W FBAMB HOirSE, COMPLETELY
tiuUhad, and: iti a eulrebtepart of thsclty
lin sail' oy . , i i
EBACKKtrOUV A UUBCiBKUUa,
SB 8B00ND HAHD HAT PBIS3, AND
In.fxJO feet L timber.
2Vo. e Water Street
fi- if'"!.-: i . .. j i, . . .
Itetw'a Blaln aV (yttmers, (Up Btalra)
AC0S8TANT 8TJPPLT OS BAUD AND
rdy for Immediate dillvary. aSOdam
t. a. .frniws.
Late vf Louisville, Ky.
w. .. rnuBBVoa,
' '.at of LonUrllls, Ky.
2IATTHEWS & ITJLLEETOS,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
MO (.,! jrf.RMSIllXa AftTICl.KB,
Ko. 43 Main Street, .
ITAHITUL 1,' INDIANA,
Wholesal and Biitall Dealer In
Tin-Ware,: Stores, Grates,
Bollow-Ware, Copper, Sheet Iron A Japan Ware,
v. t,;. Ksln St., above' Sd. Bvanavill. InS
t Job Work promptly executed, In the beet
manoer. Order eolioiteil. 1-Sa
rriBS ADAMS XXPUB8S COMPANY RB
X siientfully annonno to their friend and
; ..i i t -tb public of BraosTllle and vicinity
ti st, with inoreiund fikotlltie for ths tranaporta-
FBB'OHT, PACKAQIS, MONIY,
AND VALC ABLB3,
Tr.sr tolleit a eontlnaanca of former favor,
K!Hr.Kl oar teken in tbe collection of Bills,
i.-rs its, Bote and the tnmsportation of valuable
peokaicee. -. :
Arfy lafbrmatlon In reiard to the routes, Ae.,
can n btalned at tae-(iueon First street, aeat
to the PoetoWoe. TH08. wAlTUBK,
m ... ..'-. .. - v. Agent.
46 Llain Btrcnt 4t3
OPIK THIS DAY FOB BALK A '
' ' 1
Vholesalo and ' Retail,
AweUoeletaad Stock of ;-
WOOD AND WILLOW .WASE,
DS AND HOUSE-KEEPING
Inthatfetool: will be founa" 1"
Bucket and Tiro, of all aort,"""""
srtr- ires, Wooden Bosfii and Trays ef all site,
jn II' tg-Pint, Towel Boliers, Butter Prints, Ao.
trket, Clothe, Wialt and Corn Baakei.
jfancy Baakeia of immberln varieties. v
Willi Cradles, Wagons and Children' Chair.
Brushes and Dustirs in great variety.
Mat and Bags, 11 large assortment. "- - -3
Cvulsure and other .Kitchen Convenience. .
Kiif -plated, Brittania and Plantehed Tin Ware.
C.'-t. ge and Twine, o( Hemp, Jate, Biral and
I Family Cntloiry of Best make. - v "
TavTrays and Water of varioos style. "
.'ft. Japanned Toilet. Bts of beau iful etlgaa,
ifir iron Mandr in great variety.
Plata Iflr'armer. , - - t k , ,. :
Fancy Pari it Coal Vase.'
' 4 i Aarlous other article, too nnmsron to men
tii.i . tlon. ;.i:
l9 call particular attention to the novelties of
'H AMBBICAN COFFBB BOASTBB,
T- ' h, wbaa wound tp like a clock, roast oof
slthont farther attention, brocning every
-. .exactly :o tbe same ooior, and whloh, if Bead
i oujanstien with tin of our Old Dominion
v Pout, will enable everybody to bar perfect
i t )' PATENT COAL bit 1AMP AND SHAD!
T :i ohKOonoentrate! light that there I bo
, , ew ander the Lamp, and allows the Lamp to
tied, trimmed aad lighted without removisg
" :! : r chimaey. i .j:.;t . : .j .... -.
. ic.tsveuieot a gae-raore portable ad ohaap
. fi bssier light far the eye. ....
!f. C SS ION CAEI'ET BWEIPEK8,
!'f" I: which a child in wep a room while
i' -. ..; Uei ptoymgferiey. ...
ta iiiunt aai:$.m!tt of fsacy BIBB OAQKS
bt'Ohvht bare. & ' '
. .11 .o of lam and small Folding Chairs
ee. pt, sittt, ensb tee an t eane-ees t tbe most ooa.
r. ,tbi Chair e made, and guaraeteed perfect
ti wood and woritammbtp. i 1
We ask a ahare of pnblic patronage, and will
oar beet to deeorve is. -
MAi 1 ttitWS FTTI.T -rt-
" "5 i'T R.OCIJBT ITKEST,
BETWEEN FIB3T AND WWW.
RAILROAD I ;!
1-1 1M E-TA.B H E $
Take Iffect Tuarsday, Hot, 9, 1865.
- -.- - aoisa soara.
! Xeaaw. Arritw. drrie.
S Xvanavllla. Vincent. T. Hanto
Mll.-.. ..a :15 a at
Viuoenne Aoo'm 2 :'0 r m
10:27 A at f t:!Sw
11:47 AM I S.-COrH
0 JAf 1 1 iiiiiiipmi
I , aoiaa aorru.
! , . t'- Xiwi, " Xaseav - Arrive.
J v f ; Terra Hants, Tlaoaanae. E'Tllle.
Inoaaaes Aee'n t :S0a :16aw
Freight A Aoo m 6:60 a h
TIBSX HAITI L IXDIA5AP0LIS.
; raoa v Htvrr. ,
' "" lea.'
12:06 A M
Might Ixpres,.........,w.. l ;1S A
AecemmoUaUon . , , . . a h
MU ...m...-. 3:20 r H
Kipress .,;StS r st
, pEIO I MISSISSIPPI B. B.
1 3.?'i i-1 s Wa Teat
af.il - , , ,, -, 'M'll 6:661
Eiprse. ,..,,,.. , ..10.6orM l S:00 A M
' Paweager tor
ST. I0CIS ASD CAIEO
waving Bvanrrlll at i: SO, P. M.. makecloa eoa-
aeotlon with the O. A. M. B. B. at Vii ceanes ;
arrive at St. Levis at 1:80 A. M.. and at Cairo at
o:ou, a. a. - , t
City and. State.
We are indebted to Mr.' Dobell for
files of lata English papers.
We have several- Communications on
hand which we will endeavor to publish
as soon as possible.
Psbsowal. Among the passengers by
toe St Patrick yesterday morning was
Clarence Prentice. He bears a strong
resemblance to his father apd we hope
he will ona day be as good a man.
We are ' glad to see our pleasant
friend, Tom Gaither, the very efficient
and accommodating agent of the Adams
Express Company, again ia the city,
after, taking some of his holidays In Cin
ciunati. j He is in a fine stata of pre
servation. ' -
;. Rkoobdbb'b Cotbt. There were bat
few cases before His Honor yesterday,
One man drunk, was fined 91 and
costs, amounting to 5 05 in alL
A backman was fined $5, and $3 05
perquisites, for driving his hack on for
bidden bowlders on First street.
, A drayman, for backing his dray on
the same' territory, paid $5 and 14 05
costs, , !
tSeT" We are again compelled to ap-
pologize for want of local items in the
JonBVAii We have for four days been
straggling between duty and inclination
the duty of going to bed and improv
ing our! health, and the inclination to
set np, however sick, and labor for the
gratification of our readers. We have
been wholly unable to travel around to
any extent to gather op "unconsidered
trifles," or to give Information of stirring
events ia or around the city.
Tbk Tippkcaxoi We Ieara that this
mighty engine of war will not be ready
to depart henoe before Monday. In the
mean timf the workmen and officers are
working assiduously in getting her ready
to sail as early as possible. We hope to
be able to visit hep to-day. and give our
readers such an account of her as it is
politio ta write. Z'l " ' " "'1
iiiY ; - "!
Dr. Lobd's Last Lbctobi. We were
deprived of the pleasure, last ' night, of
hearing Dr, Lord's last lecture, but from
those who were present we learn that
the . audience was even smaller than on
any previous evening. I We regret this.
as certainly the subject, itself should
have attracted a crowd. We are sorry
that our citizens display no more liter
ary taste and feel so little interest in the
prosperity of our Mercantile Library.
Rbooteribo. We are ,- gratified to
learn that Mr. John Ingle, Sen., whose
serious, illness we noticed yesterday, is
better. He was prostrated by a con
gestive chill, a recurrence of which was
feared, but which was happily prevented,
At latest advices he was considered out
of danger. Wa hope the aged veteran
may live to see his great grand-son j John
Prompt Action. We were pleased to
notice that ia response to our sugges
tion in' netterdajf't -Journal, the city
authorities had the "crossings on Locust
street and in other parts of the city
cleaned np on Thursday. Such prompt
response to the voice of tbe public press
is truly refreshing.
Revivals. The meetings at the Wal
nut Street Presbyterian Church are in
creasing ' in solemnity and K interest.
Many have stood up for the prayers of the
Church. The good work will continue,
we presume, during the week.
At tbe Third Street Methodist Church,
there was a large audience present
Twelve penitentu were at the alter of
prayer, all of whom, we believe, profess
d to have received a blessing. The
meetings will continue in this Church, we
presume, during the eoming week. "
Fibb Is New Albabt. About 12
o'clock Saturday night a fire occurred in
New Albany, Indiana, which partially
destroyed two buildings, one occupied as
a fancy store and the other as a produce
store. The former was'ownod by C
Moor Co., and the latter by IS uenbeck
er.-In the second story of the fancy
store was the law office of J. & C. B. Col
Una, whose library was seriously dam
agedC 'The loss byfire was betwen 16,
000 and $7,000, .upon whicV there was
an insurance of over $4,000.
,The- Herald attempts to make Mr,
Burton the late Representative from
Sullivan county a champion of tbe work
logmen. .. A soap-locked, dandified law
yer, who can t make hie morning toilet
in less . tnan sixty minutes, is a sorry
specimen for a . leader of workingmen.
Barton has not got over nursing the re
bellion yet, and that, with investigations
of the milk sickness, is as much as his
abilities can master at once. Indiana
polis Journal .-( ;., , - '-; , , t
That is the character of most of the
self constituted Democratic champions
of the workingmen, either among Demo
cratic politician g or editors. . They are
generally found to be men who sever la
bored themselves, but always fed at the
public crib, aad despised labor and the
laborer, except just before an election.
Intelligent workingmen and mechanics
will not readily be gulled by such dem-
I VtMr ml
'- T. champion of work.
t -sen I --'
! IIow Losa In the' deHnauent list
wmcn we puoitsn tms wees, we nonce a ;
tract of land of only Dine acres, without
improvements, tbe delinquent tax charg- j
ed up against wbtcb ta one buadred and
three dollars and twenty seven cents.
Tbe tax for tbe current year, with a heavy
rate of assessment, it only $1 31, so that
it will be eeen it most have been a long
time accumulating. It is not probable
the proprietor will ever redeem it. Sul
1 1 We should think it would be rather
probable that it would not be redeemed.
That amount ought to bay the larger
part of Sullivan county. . .,
... - a i
JEajA coffee-house keeper was shot
at Columbus, Indiana, on Christmas, by
a young man named Hays.
tSTTbe Ledger says that Mayor San
derson had a pair of spectacles given
him on Christmas day by one of hia lady
friends. . ; -t v :. -.
That was a broad hint that he is grow-'
ing old. .rC;' i0r . . n :. -rar'.
' ; ' y 1 '...
Shootibo tma a-Cab. On Monday
night, the passenger train on the L. N.
A. tfc C. R. R., wben just' this 'side of
Wilson's station, was fired into by some
person, the ball passing between a gen
tleman and lady, luckily miaging both.
The - conductor, Mr. Thoa. Hanlon, on
being informed of tbe fact, and not de
siring to give the ruffians any 'warning
through the whistle of the engine, went
across the train to the engineer and
stopped it without noise. The employes
on the train and some of the pastengers
went back where they succeeded in cap
taring and pretty roughly handling the
rascal firing the shot, who wis taken
while in the act of aiming for a shot at
bis persnera Two companions succeed
ed in making their escape." Tbe prison
er's appearance, as well as his place of
residence, is said to have changed very
materially, since he, left home in the
mormo?. His post omce address is
Clark County Jail until further notice.
New Albany Commercial
A 8os Kills his Father.? Some time
since a young man by the name of Ruff-
ner, who resides on Magazine street,
stabbed his father, from the: effects of
which wound he died on Monday even
ing. Ruffaer was arrested, and is now
injaiL ; The young man is, we are in
formed, deranged, and it was while la
boring under a fit of insanity he did the
stabbing. ' The case is to be investigated.
Louisville Democrat. ' ..
t&7" A noted General in , town ' has
taken . possession of " the ' well-known
Fashionable Clothing establishment of
Hawley & Smith, 84 Main street, where
he will remain to superintend the great
sale bow going on. His name is Geb
eral ' Reductiok in the prices of the
entire stock of fine Clothing and general
assortment of Furnishing Goods.
. 1 30 Rewabd If Dr. Curran attempts
to cure a patient's disease and makes a
failure, i And no cure, no pay. Office
No. 95 Main street, opposite the Court
housed j 'i':r ' de28-d5t
- Mark k Warren, at Iro. 18 Main
street, are this day receiving large ad
ditions to their stock of Brass, Bronzed
and Glass Hand-Lamps, Parlor, Kitch
en and Dining-room Lamps; Burners,
Wicks and Shades; Also, a fresh stock
of Lamp Chimneys, Flasks, Labelled
Bottles, and Patent Bottle Stoppers. ;
Our stock of Queensware, Glassware,
and all other goods in our line, is very
complete. We also have 200 crates of
Queensware to arrive within a few days,
which will be sold at reduced rates for
caeh. , Call and examine. ' de28 Iw ,
Clothing for Men and Boys,
; all ages. - r; :
Furnishing Goods for Men
- and Boys, all ages.
I DOYLE & LOTSPEICH,
! Successors to . -' .... r,
-"" Anspacter & Sons,
SJand 5 First Street, EYanavlllej Ind.
Have a splendid stock,, bought very low'
and will tell lover, for Ca than any
house in the city. . ;. J : if f
i No trouble to show goods, and every
body is invited to call and examine
Hoosier Grocery, No. 9 First street.
Choice Celery, Dressed Poultry, and
Stiles's Corn Fed Oysters, warranted to
bo superior to any brand of oysters in
the city. To be bad only at the Hoosier
Grocery, No. 9 First street
dcc27-4t .: t.;J; Wt Caldwell'
" 'ISs? At cost for ten days only ladies'
trimmed hats and furs; also men's and
boys hats. Trabub St Hunter,
deeigtlO No. 5. Main 8t
Warrick. County Orders. I will
purchase two Warrick County orders if
offered scon. A. Johnson,
r-v8 vt - . -' " . ;
Knives trncl Porks,
A. lew Stock !
. IN. GREAT VARIETY.;
y t . ivi . . : 7. h t.
COME AND SEE
: t ia .. -: li .;...f;-.
(ROOM FORMERLY OrcUPIED BT
'CONTINENTAL .BASK.i. -i SI
decZS dtf.' .. . , . , .. . - .,
XTK HAVJi JUST BE0K1VSD A FULL 8UP-
ply of email Bait.
BAIRD A 8TABT.
: $50 Reward;
tTTB WILL PAY THB ABOVE BEWD
VV for th detectiOB and conviction r th
rjAraea or nenona who attemntsd to daetsy th
running-gear of our Express Wagon oa th night
of ths Kd. : - , ' ,.
WHEELER, ARMSTRONG A FAritAJS.
dec26 dlw . .
C100D FIBST-CLA8S B0AB.
r had oa Vlo street, betwff lr"
itS" Church, ftt
ond street, n-ott door to Bt
Muars from Behm's CeUi'
fir.rtC.TZZ -T T7 WPT TJV Sbn
0. V. ROSSNOeANl. L
A. 0. IMUDUII
ROSEN CHAN Z ftSOf.,
W A T C HIE S 5
&Ca,V-f &C.,' ; efeC. '
No. 12 SECOND S -
Evansville, Intl., .
Bat on hand a large assortment and constantly
.. . ; -. receiving additions of - .
American Gold and Silver
'..". Lever i Watches. ? j
' BVT" AH article in oar tin repaired la the
Beetest manner with dispatch at the lowest rate.
jy25-tf - - --.- .
Packatrei now on hand and opening at
U & IVARBEirS.
(Bnooesson to 9. A. Lawrence.1
.' : 2ST6. 18
- f . -
- ' One of the largest and best assortments to be
foood ia the West, and for sale at extremely low
Merchants furnished with common Ware alone
If desired. '
- We are now manufacturing en ry description of
Coal Oil Lamp, Candl and Uoai Oil i enters,
which we will sell at less lhaa Cincinnati price.
Lamp Slock, consisting of Burner, Shade,
Chimney, Peg and Feet, for tale at Mann acta
rers' price. "
OTBAYKO FB0M THB BTJBSCBIBEB. ON
O the S6th Inst., a dark gray horse, with baiter
en. aud ao hre. He is about fifteen b
faith, and nsces. The flrfder will ha w1'? r-
warded, If returnsd to me, co f niton Ave
one and Water Htr"'lll. Ind
dec29 1wI " JOHN BIEDEL.
No. 6 North Water Street,
.? - - K VANSVlLiLJE, ihd..
CASH ; ASSETS REPRESENTED
Eleven Millions of Dollars
j t. (11,000,000).
LIFE, ACCIDK VT, F1RTC, and MABISK
i . IjIbL KAAtJa. ;
Ctnnecticnt Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
t Hartford, uonn.
CAPITAL A SURPLUS over 89,000,000 00
. . Travelers' IntnraBce Co.,
- Hartford, Conn. 1 ; :t"
CAPITAL A SURPLUS ........ ...$58T,593 19
Fhoesix Eire and Karine las. Co.,
Brooklyn, N. Y. ...
CAPITAL A SURPLUS $1,318,810 79.
Baltic Fire Insurance Co,
CAPITAL; a SUBPUS ............ $'430,000 00.
declG dta . , t-.
i Washington Home,
COR. OF -MAIN & THIRD STS.,
JAMES BACOtf - PROPRIITORS.
a. Fre OmnlliD ronnlDg to and from tbe
Depot. , aT-dtti
R. SMITH & BRO.,
. 8. X. corner Msin street, near Canal -
t ' i - EVAKSVIUB, IND.
Coffin and Hearse famished to ordot
et - .
1 UST RECEIVED SACKS.
J 3,000 New Gunnies, for shefed corn...
'2,003 Ji hand ' " "
1,000 Burlaps. '
Bj i J. C. DUsWHET A CO.,
N IS Water street.
Fancy Djb House,
F. GRAUPKEH, COB.AK A CENTER BTS-,
: . (Near t Canal),
Ha oiiened a Dye HeoO at tbe above place, and
I prepared to colortiilks. Woolen or Cotton
Goods, Hair, Ae , in .11 colors.
I have beeneDgagd in tbe business over thirty
five years, and havetieea employed in the largest
establishment in Mropesnd this country..
jve i hold myrif responsible for all damage
sustained by goo nnder my cliartte.
.Cleaning And Scorn iat of Ladies and
Gentlemen' Go' done at short notice. Give me
a fair trade, (dlO 6m) F. GRACPNXR.
At ani Even Below Cost.
Urs. 'EJHAEPEER & Mrs. PECK
ABE JFFEBING A SPLENDID A3S0BT
met of Cloaks, M illinery Goods, and Ladies
Fanev Joode AT C05T, and in many instance
even 'JKLOW CObT, as they are desirous of clos
ing ot their stock by the first of January.
Bsgains may bs confidently expected at their
etor, on Third Street. et .een Main and Syca
moe. oat below tbe Washington House.
India are invittd to oU and examina their
gd asd prices. , , -., . .. . dec!3 till janl
f -! J:-i..::
- - ' ; fT-i ........ ; .-
NOW BXADT FOB THB PUBCHASB OF
HOGS. May be foand at H. W. Cloud A
Ce 's, or at Bsmuel Orr's Pork Hoose.
Family Lard, Eiba, and Teaderloini furnished
aok of Mr. Orr's Iron (store.- - ' decli dim
' IRiver Items-
To Oca Bivta FnmitDS. We respectfully ask
tbe officers of steamboats arriving at this port, to
furnish us with memoranda, mat! i fists, and all
other intelligence relating to the interest of the
rlvor. Such favor w II meet with the trnet ap
preciation, if addressed to the River Editor Bvana
ville Journal, and left with, ett'aer of the wharf
boats. . . ; - - "- . j ;-?-..;.,;
River and " Weather. The weather
continues cloudy, without rain or snow.
The ground froae nearly - solid night be
fore last, but it loosened up again
yesterday, L and was : quite ' mild last
evening with signs of clearing up. The
river is still rising at the rate of about
one inch an hour," It is rising at Pitts
burgh with 13 feet in the channel, and
at all points below at a rapid rate. . The
Cumberland is at flood night wiih 23
feet on the Shoals. - The Gasconade and
Missouri are reported as rising, and the
Mississippi is expected to soon be clear
to St. Louis.
Port LwtfThe arrivals and depart
ures yesterday include the Emperor,
Cincinnati to Memphis; Rowena, ..Cin
cinnati to Nashville; J. G. Blackford,
Cincinnati to Cairo; WmT White, Wa
bash to Hartford; St. Patrick, Memphis
to Louisville; Mercnry, Nashville to
Loaisville; J. P. Webb, to Nashville
1 Boats due Among the first boats
due here are the Columbia, Huntsville,
and Bertha, for Nashville; Alice Dean,
Anglo Saxon, ' Harry j Dean, , and St
Patrick, for Memphis; Lady Franklin
and Miami, for Arkansas River; West
moreland, N. Locgwortb, W. R- Carter,
and Indiana,' for New Orleans; Sam.
Orr, from East port; -Taraacon, Liberty
No. 2, and Silver Moon, from Memphis;
Melnotte, from Paducab; R. K. Dunker
son, from Green river; . Armada, from
Cairo; McCombs, from Louisville, and
Calumet," from Cincinnati., ,' f ''.,";
Miscellaneous. Business was not very
lively on the wharf yesterday, the Webb
being the only packet in port. , She got
a very handsome trip, entirely made up
of goods and, merchandise purchased in
Showing that the people of the Cum
berland Kiver region are disposed to
stand ly Ourliberat dealing merchants,
and that the latter are determined to
stand by the Evansviile and Nashville
Line, we notice that the Louisville mer
chants are again .combining to. dra
trade from this city, using steamboat
Captains as their stool pigeon, who gen
erously offer to carry freight at rates
w hich will scarcely pay for loading and
discharging, hoping to make it up when
competition is overcome. This game
won't win. Intelligent merchants can
see the hook so silly concealed, hot our
business men must work to neutralize
this effect Evansviile merchants an
sell cheaper, and Evansviile boats can
carry freight and passengers for less than
Louisville boats can, if the latter make
any profits. - It is simply, a question
whether Louisville capital and Louisville
enterprise are sufficient to successfully
play the break down game. We approve
, . . . ,.
ana our peuyie tuun iir luiupouuuu,
They may be able by proper industry
and energy to survive the break down
game proposed by this Louisville com
bination. Nons Verons.
The Emperor and J. G. Blackford, had
a pretty fine trip; the former added a
little here; the Mercury was nearly light;
ue oi, JTiirica; uaa a ugut treigut
trip; but was full of people.
Tbe- weather and tbe levee at Mem
phis was horrible the day she left rain
and mud precluding tbe possibility of
doing business. . She will down, en
route for Memilr to-morrow night or
early Monday morning, as she has large
engagements already along the coast
above. Passengers and shippers should
be ready for her Passengers and
shippers for New Orleans will find th
big Indiana one of the finest freight and
passenger boats ever built, and com
manded by the most gentlemanly officers.
Remember the Armada, the . regular
Evansviile packet, goes to Cairo to-day,
and will receipt through to New Orleans
or Vicksburg at regular rates. It is the
interest and the duly of all our .mer
chants, and shippers to giv her the
preference at ruling rates. Cut . rates
starve 1 out our packets, and we are
henceforth at the mewy of outsiders.;
The Sam. Otr, had not arrived at eight
o'clock Inst night, but; will no doubt
be in before morniof. -; She -will lie
.-, n, t ..t j. I
over nnni Auesasy, ner regumr uj i
The splendid new alumet .1 expected
here Monday morfing;- Sine Will prooa- I
r-.:j- (r.. ja. f rl..-
ure. -. ,
BOATS' LEAVIKG TO DAT.
For Cairo, The elegant and reliable
Armada, Opt J. V. Throop, "with Dunn
and Soienion in the office. " The best
. For &uisviUe.Tho regular packet
for Loaisville this evening is the J. T.
McCoabB, Capt Harry and Mr; Smith
are peasant gentlemen.
, : Abo, the! Liberty; Na 2 and. Tar-
ascn may be expected ,this morning
en route for Louisville. ' Two of the
nost elegant and swiftest boats on the
For New Orleans. The splendid,
new and palatial steamer Indiana,' , llt
be here lo-morrow en route to New Or
leans. A more delightful boat to travel
on does not run, and more genial, gen
tlemanly and obliging officers tLan J,
otu. Aieu, . ouiuuB r Awu. twugo, t
c ... . XT--1 TIT rrr " 1 1 : il.l. f . J . 1
never commanded any kind of a steam-1
boat. ! - X
For' Memphis To-Morrow. That great
Head Center of Side-wheel Fenianism,
the wild St Patrick, wiil goto Memphis
to-morrow evening, with Jpapt, Geo. O.
Hart and Bruce Alvord,' two incompara
ble gentle men in command on Hurri
cane and in the office. If you want to I
go to Memphis, go on the St. Patrick. ,. I
For Wabash River.-r-The fine steam
er Romeo, Shewmaker,. Master, will
leave' at 4 o'clock for Upper; Wabash
River, and will want freight and passen
gers. The Romeo is a neat and pleas
ant boat and Capt. She wcoaker a veteran
officer. Our old friend, BUI Barrick,
does the wheelrlghtTmsinesi
, m CROIIGT, 1 f
Agent for the Sale of : .. 13 1
Oriental & Miami Powder,
S90.,,,'. Mala " oofi
(.Between Seventh and Eighth), '
" '.-l LOUieVIuLX, ST. 1 ;
n A fall suonlr of Snortinc BIS end Bleat
ing Powder and Safety Fuse always oa hand aad
tor sale. . . . . Bis-im
CnTOSS BRAN A GOOD
kJ J store and for tale by
v. iuauuunAi m w, jio. le waser ot. ,
in Hammond, Spencer ccnaty, led , black I
Mara 15 hands high, having a short tail, anil is
a natural paoer. Also, a sorrel Mare, with a large
wtitte spot on nernoee aos one la per torektaa.
She is a clear trotter. The ahuve reward wiU be
said for the recovery Of the an .male, or for.th
arrest and eoufinemeat of th thief, so that ha
Xastport and all intermediate Tennessee River
landing, furnishing elegant accommodation to
passenger and ihlppera. Our ubana and ac
eoupllahed yooiig friend If he is married-wiH
wait on passenger in ths office, and make every
thing pleasant and satfsfactery. . -
Begtdar Evansviile and Eastport
racsec . . . j
Th splsndid new side-wheel Passenger Steamer
A. H. EDWABD, Clerk,
Will leave Erarnri le for Eastport and all Inter,
mediate Tennessee Biver landing
. EVERY TTJKSDAT, at 4 P.M.
For freight or passage apply on board. dec29 tf
! I FOR NASE VILLI.
mm . The reliable steamer
- J. P. WEBB. 9 .-'
J. Ham. Throop, Master: T.W. Wil.
-(- - son. Clerk,
"ill leave for hash ville and all intermediate
uomoeriana at ver port on FRIDAY, Deo. 29th,
For freight or passage apply oa board, or to
dec28 2t ; HUSTON a CO.. Aeents.
40 iCents per IOO.
f JOBS B. II AX I.
ttTILt BKCTEIVB FREIGHT and Slept For
V V It Throagh to any point on the Cunt,
bet land Biver below Nashville.
Shipper and buyers can advance their own In.
tereat by landing their goods to HALL'S Wharf,
bo- dee2S dtf
GREEN RIVER, PACKET.
rjTHK FLEET AND ELEOiNT 8TIAMBB
! A. DEINK WATER, Master,
S-fc wnl ,e"Te Bvajuville every Monday
"iv and Tharsd.y at S o'clock D m. ttr
For freight or passage apply on board.
Evang rlHe & VashTllleBeml-WeetiV
Cabtsii i. Meatr ;
J. P. WEBB,
Bsowa ... ..Maiter
WUI form a regular line, tbe J. P. WEBB leaving
d..u.,hi, v.vrj ,. aiiiai at s p. at., ana Aaah
vllle every M0 DA Y at S r. at. ; . . . .
LEHI LEOTI leave Ivsnville every
n t j(, . v . . ........ J
ir M i u leaves nasnviiie evety
FRIDAY at fir. . v . , .r , v
W-This arrangement U permaaent, and" the-1
proprietors ci ine line hope, by stria attention V
business and the interest r sbiorjers and com
fort of pa-seneers. ar merit a liberal and perma
nent support. With but thanks for psit favor,
we respectfully solicit a continuance of patronage
rrom ear old n-teads.
For frelubs or passaae ano'v to
darao , COX A HUMPHREY, Agent.
Kegular Tuesday Packet Evans
j ville to Nasnville.
The elegant Light Draught Steamer
! ' VAKDEOBIFT, Matter, , .
Will leave Evansviile for Nashville, as a regular
ltK, a, ran i jusjuti, at O'clock p m,
Regular Friday Packet for Padu
- can, Johnsonville.and Eastport
' The elfgant Light-Draught Steamer
. . J aw
iglgg SAM. OlTIi,
Hodge Brown, Master; H. C. Gilbert, Clerk,
Will leave XvamrvllI every Friday at 4 o'cloek
p in. ior sue aoove ana au intermediate port
making eonnectloB at Johnson vill. with tbe Rail
road for Nashville, end st Eastport with tbe
regular packet for Florence, Alabama.
IT... r... i .. u. . . i .. i . . . '
I "B"v r"P mVV'J uoaru or to
i oeciun ilbsioa At O., Agents
U. 8. MAIL.
Evansrille &' Cairo Sem
Weekly Mail Line; '
TnI ILIfim HIW passeng
pin: josh, y; ihboop,' ' 1
f CAPT. W. A. LOV, Til.
LEAVES EVAKSVILLE EVERY
. MONDAY, THURSDAY and
v ? At a o'clock p. ivir "
, . 1
LEAVES CAIEO EVERY
, .TUESDAY, FBIDAT And
On Arrival of the Train
These boat have been refitted enttrsi and
are now in nrst rate orcer i.r th accommodation
JTteigbt rec.-lved at all hour by
HUSTON CO., Agent
iTansvllle, Shawneetown and Padu
. cab. Begnlar Low-Water Packet.,
I ,,Th Fine SteTmar J"" ) v. J
f - AjaBBi s a -
laTaian a. nvDnv
WM. H. CON AS f
Th ADA LYON a ill ran reenlarlv between the
awovs poiar s, leaving every j riaay ane Tuesday
at IS M. She w 11 take Cairo freight aad patten.
gars, re-shlpplng at Paducah
To, Arrangement I permanent daring lew-
iThV "adenl K'"""1
- aor rreignt or passage apply on board.
- c4 tf fOourier copy.
Newburgh and Evansviile Packet,
O TJ A K K n I'-WZ
JEHU A. ANOEL...'.:.;.:. M.MA8TEB
Mill leave NewbnrKh everv dar. (anndav ex
ospUd), at ty, o'clock, a. at , arriving at Evans,
ville at 9 o'clock, connecting-with the Railroad.
will leave svansvlllelbr Newboreh at 3 o'clock
p. m., positively, arriving at Newborgb at 4j
AVer Will commence regn'sr trips, Oct. S, 186S,
or ireigui or passage apply on board, or to
. JOHN B. HALL, or
: . OX A HUMPHREY, Bvsnsville,
oc7-lf : UNION BELHXL, NewburKh.
Can be Independeat by Weaving all their Good
for HOME. WXAB on on of the Improved Self
Acting Hand-Looms. They are small, neat, and
Hght( very simple, and easily understood.
child twxlvb years old cam wxavb
08 THEM. XVXBYTHINQ IS PERFORMED
BY TURNING A CRANK
Prom; 15 to 40 Yards can
woven on it in
a day. "
It waves Jeans. Satinet. Linsett.
Blankets, Kersey; , Plain and .Doubts
Plain, Cloth, Hemp, Cotton, Tow, Ta
ble Linen? Toweling 'various inds of,
Fencing TwiUs, Duck Goods, Hemp
and - Linen r Carpets Hepsj BaltnoraTl
First , Purcliasers.
The tint purchaser of a Loom, ia any towsahip
1 will be allowed a liberal commission for every
I Loom sold by him, the enabling him, with a
I Httl exertion, to receive ba k the price paid for
I hi Xocnu i
For ,dcrlptive clrrnlara, list of prfcea, and
sample.. of weaving, sddrsss, with stamp fn-
ciosod, ; .
F.;E.: EHRMAN & CO..
" - AGENTS,
?0a?B WA TBB( AND LOCUST STREETS,
., t tr ni ars "
- -CJO-A-jLi ;lixrs
Office on Water Street, Between Main
.-: tiKAand Locust Streets., , -
am. A oooatant supply , aad order promptly
Slled. ' ' " oSl
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETO FORK XX
iatine under the tyle of Bleu; hour A Co. is
.dissolved by mutual consent. Th basinesa of
the firm will besettled at the cfrio of Brown,
Donksiaaa A C.
B. C, HjAVBHTtg." !
itvanvai,Oct.l.lS&5 ... ., , a daclS dlw
Speed, Safety and Comfort.
-. , i -.; and.: ..: . . .v t
::': Heinpliis ,
The KlefavBt Ptusagtr Steamers
GEO. O. HABT
ABB th Beg alar Packet tor Louisvlll and
Memphis each boat making one trip per
wv?e. f j- -..- ,
For freight or p.vMtge apply on board, or to
JOENB. H ALL, Or I .ntM
027 tf COX A HUMPHREYS, J Eet-
FOB THB WABASH BIVER. f "-
The light-draught freight Steamer
Bolns. Master Iiwin. rwr.
la now receivrog aad wiU leave for- the Waba h
jii ver wittt dispatch. For freight apply on board
dec tf j
U. S. r1AIL LITJE.
Louisville and. Henderson
Semi-Weekly Mail Line. "
jThe Elegant New Passenger Steamer
l ROST! HITE !Je5
J. T. McCOMBS,
FBAHK HUBBY .
Will leave Evassrllls every
COX A HUMPHREY, Agent.
Browri Dunkerson & Co;
EVANSVIILE, IND. s
i . i . ..... v ..- ; j
Cominission ecll, ts
;,.' Also, Special Agents for the .
! Y :.v V if : ' . - .
AND KBIX TBAN3P0BTATI0H CO.
Given, Watts Bl C
Tobacco and Cotton
MERCHANTS, FINANCIAL AND TBANS
.r'i j CHIPPINtJ ; AGBNXfi,
iiy Hew Orleans, La
. , . rl -l . ;
J. P. ELLIOTT,
No. 82 Utia Street,
TV AS ON HAND, AND CONSTANTLY RE
AA ivlng , a large and wall (elected tock of
GROCERIES ASD PRO VISIOMS,
such "as . - , ; ,
MB ATS, i . A '
DBIED JSD CANS ED FBUITS. '.
BUGi 3 i, COr FEES, BPICES,
- , wooden asd willow wams.
Also, Arent for DUPONT and MIAMI POW
DEB COMPANIES. A largs stock of Bill,
Blasting, and Canister Powder alway oa band at
Bo. 83 MAIS STREET, .
dec6 . , .. .
: UV .
2 . . .
. -.r " . - : ; " ;?
and other 4tllcMie of the msod. In tood martl
1S2 MAIN STREET.
E. PL j?AIRCEUD ft CO., -
83 MAGAZINE STREET,.
K. H. Fairchlld 1 -
Job a W. Bingham.
H. Willard. " Samnel L. Porter.
Commission - Merchant,
and Dealers I all kind of Produce.
Lib 1 advance made on consignment.
A, t "3 litt. A A WATER KTBHf,
CARPENTERS AH D JOINERS,
'Shop on Water Si, foot 0 Lett,
AB kind of house .. steamboat work done la
the best manner. 1 ocll-Bm
iA : i LAW CARD.
..8. e. ssLoasa.
LEAVITT ft BELCHER.
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW !
OFFICE OM THIRD STREET, ',
s ' -. (Lata Provost Marshal's Offloe),
' .- XVANSVILLX, IND. - "
wMfOotrrlear copy.) , i
- ; PHYSICIAN.
r DR. W. G. RALSTON, w
Fhysician & Surgeon.
OFFICE OX THIRD STV " f f
(Over the Office of CoCjas,, G. Jones.)
Wow York 0 tore.
t ,Ce- ' ' i '-.?' i1'
ASK DAILY RECEIVING FROM KSW YORK
THX LARGEST STOCK. OF FINE DRY . (
GOODS XVKB OFFXRXD IS , ,
.... THIS MABRET. I
1 -.-J .
! o GOODS- 1
' i h .. .. . . . Y, :
I i I SHAWLS
DOESKIN, CASTOR &
" MOSCOW BEAVERS '
i " - " - -
For : Gents' and Ladies'
j -.Garments. .
Worsted , Hoods,' Caps,
Breakfast and Opera
Nubiiis,, Sontas & Scarfs
rot ions' ix nil Fancy
Cliildrens'a Misses, and
v Ladies' and Gents.
WRAPPERS & DRAWERS
In Cloak, and Dress Orna
ments, Sets, Cords, Tassels, ,
nation & Trimming Laces :'
Ws have everything that Is desirable and stylish.
Valenceinnes & Thread
Edfj-ins; and Insertinp;s.
Thread; Mattice. Valen
ceinnes and Point Lace
COLLARS & SETS.
ii ; v SILK-: :
. , IDepartment.
REP. AND CORDED SILKS.
GRO. GRAI5E SILKS.
FANCY SOLID COLORED SILKS,
CHECK AND STRIPE SILKS, all
of tie popular shades for Street
and Evening Dresses.
BONNET ,'VEIVETS in all shades.
All shades of COIORED VELVET
RIBBONS AND BUITONS for
. Dress Trimmings.
CLOAKS and BASQTJINES from
ee.oo to $60.00.
DOUBLE and SINGLE BLANKET
SHAWLS, from $2 to $12 50.
DOUBLE PA8LET SHAWLS, from
$50.00 to $62.50. , r
DBESS GOODS .
- D eDartment.
t FRENCII! MERIN0E3 A Lara
Stock of Every Shade. '
t ALL. WOOL EMPRE3S CL0TD& '
tamise cloths. : " " ; ': , 1
melange poplins. .'. , :.
PLAID All- Wool Poplins.
CRAPE MELANGES,' ' ' ' ' ' '
ALPACAS In Black and all colors,
And a Full Assortment of FRENCH
AND BRITISH 8AX0NY DRESS
GOODS, all of which will be offered to
the Trade, and bet ail at prices that
DEFY COMPETITIOJf. . . ' . . -
Prices are Low, Goods Mast be
Sold, and Bargains Given by giv
ing as a calL .
J.T. ft S. A. COOLIDQE,
epS0 6m ! Kwaaswllla, lad.
'i T. SMITH'S
Cfo.O Kooond. Ot,
niRTH MADB TO ORDER FROM MBAtV
araeut and a fit warranted. A stock e
ready .made Shirts and Collar alwayaoa hand, aad
at price that will salt the psrehaeer. Taokin
aim, Btichmg Boaoma, Ac, dot, with neatness
Thankful fc r peat favor, th snbsesiDer respect
fully solialt a ocntaance ol ths patronage s
B sraliy t.nwt trr Ml. naet Be. Mrs
-Crescent City Saloon.
JOSEPH L. KOHN has opened In th Crescent
City Buildings, ore door sbov B rough too A
Wood's Drug etora, a first class ,
...'....baLMS AXD EESTll'BAXT,
where will b furnished, at all aeasonabla bourr,
in additma to the finest lilquots. Oysters, Game,
and all other Comestibles, th beat that the
market afford. - T
Lunch Dally atlO A.IM.
A liberal share of petronag Is respecttV.ly so-
Ictted. ,, .. - . Bova-dtf
V. at. baijld
o. a. ITAST.
BAIRD & START,
(Successor to W. M. Alkman A Co..,
Produce, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants, '
Refer to H o U),.,.,,.. v . , . v.,,
. - 1 . .110 tlBIIVUII
National Bms Vice-President Evansrllls
AGENTS F03 OHIO BIVER SALT CO. '
Billy .. ,
BIGGS, LITTLE & CO,
rfmrn-m tirvA sr. 7
. i . . Real Estate and
GENERAL AGENCY BUSINESS,
Mala itreet, adjoining Backing Hons of WatU, '
. v.'.u n w.t raeeoan, jaeotnesy,
T Oonalgnment solicited, and lilrl ad
vance mad upon Merchandise, Agricultnral In .
pknaenta. Seed, Country Produce, Stock. Farul-
tn re. Book, Ac. is. .
r to Wheeler Rlg.-, ETansville.Ind.;
Watts, Given A Co , J. W. Sheerer A Co., Ash
brook, ByaB A Co., Henry Bnders, Jams 0. CaU
noun, Sherilf. .. ecxi-ly .
: J. CJ. DISOl t 11ET & CO.,
r No. 19,North Water Street..
(Orr B.o,k, Bxt door to M. Dalsell)
EFAXS VILLE, - - IMIAA.
: T. W. NETTELTON.
West & Hcttelton,
-.. r. '. ; ' and i . -
!i ri. ; Merchants,"
COR! I POYLRAS & MAGAZINE.
, ISew Orleans, La.
, : , BEF7-BENCES: - . ;
XvASSViUB. W. J. Lowry, bq.t John D. .
MouttT VtBHoit. S. U. Leavenworth, Cashier,
X. T. Sullivan. Esq., J Ua A. Maun, Esq.
CincmaATi. N. Q Ncttleton, Esq. sep,em.
W. JAS. JOHNSON........ Late Walt A Johnson.
T. T. WR10UT..... ........ Of Madison, Ind.
JOHNSON & WRIGHT,
I'ORWARDINO & STEAMBOAT
i , Agents, .
No. 262 FRONT ST.,
; (Cor. Court St. Up Stairs),
IVIempliiis - - - - Tsnn.
' JOHN I3.HALLi "'.
FOBWAKDIAti AM) COMMKSSIOJf
. lIli:JX CJ IIAIN rx
Steamboat J sent and Wharr-boat
E VANS VILLE, - INDIANA.
THE partnership heretofore existing nnder th
firm of Hail A Bndd, Forwarding and Com
mission Merchants, Steamboat Agentt and Wharf
boat Proprietors, Is this day dissolved by mutual
oonsei t.. John B. HaH having bonghl oat the
Interest of 0. B. Budd, all business of the eld
On will be aet'led by John B. 1111, who Will
oontinne the business as heretofore.
"" JOITH B. MALL, '
O. it. BUDD.
F-vmis Ind , Oct. S, 18fl. octlS.
W. II. MoMakib T. T. Wbibbt N. B. WaraHT.
L McMakin, WriRht & Co.,
STORAGE. FORWARDING, AND
And Dealers Id all Kinds of Western
, J'roduee Hay, Corn. Oats, Bran,
Vlftiiev T!'ipnn limn fantDnt
vvu, ..u.vy v.vU., ,
AC. , AC. AC.
No. 3 PROMENADE ST
(Illlott't Block, foot of Jefferson Street, opposite
lMempliis - - - Tenn.
i . , . sops-Oat
. , BRIGQS ft WAITERS,
lFliarf boat Proprietors' and
' and Comnilsolon ;
' i JHERCIIAATS,
Eastport - - - Iiss
' : 12-8m
MEW HOT'gK IB HEW OKLEASI.
p. g; FiiiEY.
- .'.j (Formerly of Xransville, Ind.,) t
Geno al GommisBio )
' AND ,
Wtrm Causl;amat Sotltd.
HO. IS POTDRAB BTREIfT, CORNER OF HXW
- LEVEE STREET,
MEW ORLEASI, A, A."
Bsferenos Ths Gnat West. . dsoT
P. S. Desoiichet & lo
GENERAL ' i,
FORWARDING ft COMMISSION V
No. 33 Poydras St Sew Orleans, La. .
V Factor for aal of all kinds of Western -f
aad Southern Produce. OonsigameBt and order M
B. C ariCaXABO. . JOBB B. TTLBB.
"Promplne" our Motto flatislactioB " our
. . (8ncosasor to 8. A. Ford.)
COMMISSION t FORWABDIICI
rvr-sri-Fi r-T-r Twcr-TB-a.
' au22-Sm . . ' t --
A. S. AYBDBST. ' J. 3. WHITTAN.IB
HAYHURST ft WHITTAKE2, , j
Produoo and Commission
No. 6 Water St, (next to R. Barnes,
XVANSVILLX, INDIANA. A, DO
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOU
Wktst, Oat, Ifcan,,.'
Klaa Bead, L,rd. 'fallow -
Urled Fruit. ; Useswa-t, j
W. . BBBHAH. , T. SM'Ta.
F. H. Ehrman n Co.,
Cor. Water & Locust Sts.
aTAventafor Dodd's, Macaeale and TTrban's
Fire Proof Sales; K rail's Celebrated Sngar Uiil.
Alao on band, a full assortment of AencD.li.tt-, I
Implemeaw, Fairhank's Scales, Ac, Ao. o,.i "ia
(sarow a blacknobb, I , (, at. aiBBAa.V
W. Front St., Cin. ) 1 Evansvllls. lad.
8. 31. BARTON VC0.,
Commission and Forwardin?
- M K II C il A N T S ,
IT Tchoupitonlas street. Hew Orleans. La
VRemrs to John W. Ellis, Pres't lit Kat'l
b'k, Cincinnati; Baa'l Bayard, Esq , Cash, kv
ansvill Nat'l Bank, Brausville, lad. j I'orter
Brethers, Cin. . . oci6-.i
Bsowa, DcnaaasoB Co..kvansvlli, iZi.
X. Scooti,At;.. ..,Nw Albany, Ind.
B. K. Dl.VIlKnSOX At CO.,
Forwarding & Commission
4 " Merchants,
NEW ALBANY, INI)..
AGENTS FOB TBI BELLEF09 TA "
TON IXPRB?S. ' '
Eos Eemoved his Auction Boom
NO. 27 LOCUST ST.,"
(roc boon Bxiow ttb sBwodt kccjr), ,
Where he will attend ta all kinds of Auction bast .
Bees: To the aril tn a- of M nrtrhacdlse. H'aaon.
Carriage, Horses, and K-el Kotate.
Aactloa dnys Tt'KfDaY, IBUBSDAT and
SATURDAY of each w. ek.
Cash advaaces on consignments.
Refer to all tb. eituana of Evsnsvlll who
111 Civ ata wbot time tn als hnaltass 111
NOIICX IS HEREBY GIVEN, TMT TUB
partnership heretofore exieiii! t.-t,n
Mat.. McRlnoey, W. B. rillnvion, j- i)n, ,
and T. T. Watson, aodoe ths cant aeJ style ,
McKinnev, Klliogtoat A t-. Is titisfl"?
by aiutual cottawit. The b oms of t bid fir -,
will be setter l cy w . d. ii, iwn,
Eetiucky. and T. T. Watson, ;raovliie, it. i .
The formerly occopi-d by ti n nrin 1. ice -
artict.lars, ii,q,ilr of T. 'f. Watson.,
er Balrd A
tart, A.vanavn s, mo.
MATT. McY IXUKT.
Vi. U. KLLl.-.TuX.
T. T. WATt-tiN.
' IS. L. BAON.
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