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, r.i . I " ? 1 t:I .it r:i ' I' i I i i- i . j i 4 i I : -4 - 5:s J . ! n -nl i SUESCBIFTIOX TEEK8-1X ADTAXCE TJAILT. One year, by Carrier.. On year, by Mail .... lis uu , io oo oo Plx niooiua.. Tbm months. s as On month Par mt, (six piper), erved by Carrier S3 WEEKLT, PER TIABt Ons copy , M BO Fivs to ton copies - . J M9 Ten to twenty copies a 00 twenty and twrj,,,,,, S S5 An arO-e copy ssal miik eoct club o r asst.) worded a h (hm. PUBLISHED BY . AMES H, XoSKILT. - , p. M. TEATES. I vS JH0. B. emdcb m to ottwb MaHXELT. Evaruhville Journal Company. .Journal Buildings, fi LOCUST 5TB.EETV, w BETWIM- PIBST AHD If ATI. SATURDAY.;., ..JANUARY 6 a V latest Hews. ;" O -. Gold closed in New York ymterdaj at 143,., E'l ''3 iK.-- " --u; 4 Adficeg from Hayti co&firm the bom bardment of Cape Haytien." The ihock of another earthquake was felt at Porto Rico on the 10th nit. Gen. Schofield haa returned toParii after a visit of nine days to London. Sir H. Storks, recently appointed Gov- ernor of Jamaica,' has lailed '.for that piaCe. ... -I 1.1 .:. I The funeral obsequies of the late King of Belgium took place on tbe 10th Bit. . ....... . -t ,.,.,.,:,,.., Upwards of 30 clerks were discharg ed from the War Department on the 31st ultimo. 1 : ' ' The London Timet regards the report of Secretary McCulloch as a very able document. .f L t I. l! S .j A grand jury in Cork, Ireland, has found true bills for treason and felony against severe:! Fenians. V . The Ohio Fenian State Convention was heldin Cleveland on the 1st inst, and declared unanimously In favr of Presi dent Roberts and Gsn. Sweeney. There are 'eeveri. daily ( newspapers published in Nashville, Tennessee six Englisb and one German.-: : King Leopold, the Second, took oath to the'Constitution before Belgium Par liament on the 17lh ultimo. - '- Governor Andrew delivered a lengthy address to both branches of the Massa chusetts Legislature, Thursday. . . , ., , ':'' Governor Cony was Thursday inaugu rated Governor of Maine, and delivered his Message to the Legislature. Advices from Fort Yuma, Ariaonia, state that large numbers of Mexican refugees were assembling in that Terri tory. '-.;';.''.',"'",'- President Johnson has recently en larged the parole of Gov. Vance, which allows him the liberty of the entire State.!-; .,'.( Special Order No. 1, War Department, musters out a large number of Paymas ters, tojake effect on the 15th inst. " It is stated that the Marino Corps will be put on a footing with the heavy artil lery, and be incorporated into the regu lar army,: ,; x j .ij 5 - By way of Havana we have news of another revolution in San Domingo. General Gaez is now President of the KepobU&fY.f-i!' -fr .:;'' Cholera is still raging in Paris, with s.u increased number of deaths over bur last reports, which were up to the 11th of December ult. At a meeting of the Detroit Board of Trade, on the 3d inst., H. H. Day, of New York, spoke at length in favor of the Niagara Falls Ship Canal. It is stated that articles of treaty of commerce between England and Aus tria have been drawn up, and will be signed without delay. , , Under Government regulations, a large amount of powder and shot was -sent to the various Southern States, du ring the month of December, ' FORKIGS IktEBEST IN THE PUBLIC Debt. General Spinner, by authority of . the Secretary of the Treasury, transmits regularly to all foreign Consuls the monthly statement of the condition of the Treasury. Several of the foreign Ministers have requested that it be com municated at the same time to their Governments.' . This will be dons by the same authority. The German States all take a deep interest in the matter, and their representation here hava so. In formed the Government.: ' - .r' Gen. Meredith Cowhlded."- ' - "Mack," the Washington correspond ent of the Cincinnati Commercial, is re sponsible for the following account of a cowhiding affair at Washington: : ; ".r. General Sol Meredith, recently ap peared, as he thinks, no doubt, to great advantage in a cowhiding affair at Rich mond, Indiana. He " made a hero of himself, in his own estimation, by at tacking a man who was" entirely unpre pared for such aa emergency, in a man ner that does not stamp him as a very courageous person, ine ueneral ap pears before one of the city courts to day, as the personation of an entirely different character in a- performance very similar to that in which be figured so coaspicuously in Indiana. In faot, he appears as the prosecutor of a young man, about half his weight in avoirdu pois, who he alleges, terminated a per sonal controversy with him at th Na tional Hotel last summer, by resort to the argumtntum ad baculinum. The facts, as nearly as' I cans. get. at them, are -these: While Meredith was in command at Paducah, he offered re peated indignities to Colonel McBride, of Ohio, for 'no other cause, as -the' Colonel alleges, than that he (McBride) was commander- of a negro regi ment "On one occasion,"' says the Colonel, Meredith was about to give a party in Paducah, and issued invitations freelv to all the officers nnder- him.' Just before the event came off, some of the secesh women of Paddcah notified Meredith, that if officers, of negro troops were to be at the entertainment, they must decline gracing the occasion, as they did not consider scoh gentlemen fit company for Kentucky ladies, -filer dith immediately withdrew the invita tions be bad extended to 'MctJriae and others, in order to remove all obstacles to the charming "presence of- tha snatt dipping aristocracy, and of course his conduct was regarded as an insult to every officer affected by bis unmanly truckling to a , contemptible prejudice. This and other matters of like spirit were duly debited to him in Colonel McBride s mental ledger, but no favor able opportunity for a settlement occur red until last summer, when the offen? , ded and the offender met at - the National. McBride spoke a few words to Meredith, who replied in a spirit of pacification, "evidently not , expecting what was so soon to follow. A cowhide leaped as if by magie from the breast nf MpRril to the back of the General, upon which it reappeared at intervals of afaw aeconds at least twenty . times. The stalwart Solomon was as a. lamb before a Dutch butcher he raised not his hand and scarce opened bis mouth. but after the manner of a little boy who runs off to tell his mamma"; he started for Judge Wvlie's court, where he en tered comnlaint acrainat McBride . for assault The case haa been continued from time to time until to-day, when it isetfr trial. srm"; vm-vm" t. 'V rm .Hi I VOLUME XVII. What I have stated above is whet ap pears in general terms from McBride's version, and Irom the general recollec tion of others, of the main facts, to-wit: that Meridetb waa cowhlded by a man about half his siae, and that he attempt ed no other resentment than a law suit, there Js no room for doubt . There may be some mistake abou t the secesh la dies and ; the;, party, bat McBrids avows it is true as stated. And it is well known that while m - command - at Paducah, Meredith .had altogether tod. much re gard for the feelings of rebel and too little for the feelings of Union - officers. Whatever there may be in the case, it is very' certain that the Secretary of Wa sees much in it to amuse him, for the clerks of the War- Department say that the walls of Mr. Stanton's office fairly shook with the laughter ..evoked from 'the divinity who-- presides there, while Col. McBrids . related the circum stances of the case in his hearing yes terday, t - Edwin repeatedly interrnpted , the narrative to declare that it was the best thior he had ever heard in his life and when it came to a description of Meredith's appearance while the flogging was going en, there was for a short time great -danger -of. a vacancy in the Cabi net, owinsr to the hysterical conduct of the War Minister. ' 1 .... j gSjr-The most peculiar asa of drunk' enness we nave seen, we blundered upon New Yeae evening. " He stood beneath a gas lamp bright, his bat was all askew; one trowser le? was rather short he wore not boot nor shoe. The knot upon hie neek 'kerchief - was tinder neatn his ear. Ins tansled hair stole s tr nis face, and down bis obeek -a tear: vhilathns he - spoke in choking tones, aad told his tale of woe, tnia. poor mis led unfortunate so much how- eomevou to: "My curses on tne aODle srreen. that in Q9 trcnard grew, tnatl bought i the grocery. to make a New Year's stew. aod on the basket cover.' broke, that I could see them through, I had to cave, like mother &ve, when snakv sauirmed beside her, and those 'era apples that I eat, has drugged me with their cider." And as he spoke, his, grip he lost, his speech became a mutter, and down the poor, unfortunate kertlumped into the gutter. .. - - , , (, The PraLKJ Debt. The - Treasury statement shows decreased debt. ' The following is an exhibit of the debt: Issues of Six and five ner cent, brtnila $1,167,143,291 80; ;otal debt bearing in terest, $1,179,475,235 50; matured debt not presented or payment, $1,766,880 32; debt bearine no interest.- S459 519 - 950 30; -grand total, $2,807,310,351 99. lotal amount of currencv and coin in he Treasury, $90,728,881 80. . Amount of debt, less cash in tha. .Treasury. $2, 716,581,516 19,:' ' AarrnMETioAL Puzzle. The editor of the Washington State and Union, says that if Congress. gives the right of suf frage to the necrose in tha Diatrict nf Columbia, the value of property there would be decreased four hundred per cent. Will some of the voun? arithme ticians in pur publio schools, cipher out what would remain of a riven sum after it had been decreased four hundred per cent? Kathville Tims, I I m tQy Attorney-General ' Soeed ." haa asked for an appropriation for a- new carpet for his office, the old one having oeen worn to tatters Dy tne crowds 1 of applicants for patdons. ' . We did not suppose that carpets were ' necessary for 'iapplicanis for.! pardon. Pope Pius made his penitents put dried peas in their boots. - " a LIFE OF LINCOLN. HOLIiAIip'S , , ''('.. - it Life of Lincoln This work Will be pnbllihed In a bandaonsOe tare volante ef about soo pages: ir.r ! t i ' " , ?nV pE!r,.p'?0i?1 ,ro" ,ipe'plata, and wilt te Bbelllibed by an eleiaat : I t , .' " Steel Portrait of Hr. Lincoln, With a flmefy engraTtd view of his Residence : in Springfield, Illtaote, aad will be bound In seat and ubttaa tlal blndluj. i J.-8id 0. TILtlHOHAST. Actent. REMOVAL. Charles Adclmann ( ' ' Has removed ate '"' " - Shop and Boot and Shoo Store Front Firet rtreet to Water itreet, betweea Vine and DItI.Ioo, wbere he 1 now located, aad will keep as hand the beat eeiortnunt of . i -, "v ...v. l. ....... French : Calf Skin Boots, i .;; . . ;: Made la the moat laefatoaable mnr. , , BOOTS & SHOEO. Had to order oa the ahorteat aotice, aad I ' ' ' -i 1 Warranted to , Giyo ; S atisfa c tion, A i employ, aaae but the best of woikmea - JaaS 1 - - 1 n; g x ; Wl i: m1!:(, -.3Ad-t .H i. 1 .il-.it . - "NOTICE.. City Orders.-. ALL PEBSON4 HOLDING OtTT ORDER?, endotod prior to October 16th, 4Mo,e re. qoeated to prat then for pay neat at the Treee nrer'e Uffiser - Iatereet- oa- laid order will osen from thi date. W. BAaKB, Mayor. . . j8-St JaoBery Slh, 1S8G. f ! Copartnership Notice, x I HATE, OH THI FIRST DAT OF JANUARY, 1846,, aeeeoiated "vita me, la the Grocery, Uqoor and Cordage -bulneea, Aathoay Behme, my Ute Book-kerper.. The bmlneee will be coa tiaoed under the firm at, VaKNIM AN A BEHME. jaa-swd . , . . ; e. v KsmtHAS.. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Dissolution of .Copartnership, BT MUTUAL CONSENT, , I. HAVE TBJI3 day wttbdraWB freai th. Srm-of Oroaa. Sent A Oo., aad In o doiog take pleasure ia recom Btendin the bona to my old fri.nd and patrons a worthy of their gupport aad patronaci. - Thoee kaowiog them-elree Indebted to- tha above arm will pleaeevall aad settle. - CITY GROCERY, i Third Street, , r BETWEEN - MAIN AND LOCUST. ,Coaj. .... it - - nut! caorrt. CROFTS CS0SS& f HATE ON BAND, AND ARE CONST ANTLT recaiTing, a Urge aad well selected itock. of j CHOICE POTATOES, . . ... ,,.. ; MEATS, etc., eta., ' .i-v sod are' la receipt, dally, per Adiuns Xxpreat, of MESSED TOVMT,. "- J ; ' - EOG9. . " - - - - F&E8H OTBTEBS, FEXSH BUTTER, to.. Ac in dim ' SURVEYOR'S NOTICE. ALL FEB30NS OWNINO OB IXTSBESTED ia lead adjoining tb rollowiag-deeoribed tracta are berebj notified that on the K7th day of December, 1866, we will bar. tbe Oooaiy 8or. T.jor ot Vanderbarga County, Indiana, to pro ced to no the line and perpetuate tbe corner, of the aortheeet quarter of the tontheaet quarter, the west hair of tbe (onthoaet quarter, the at hair of (he aortbeaat quarter, tbe aontbeait quar ter of th ontneat quarter, and tb eouth tin with tb east and wee oeraere thereof, ef the eathwsst quarter of fraction S, towuihlp S, range 10 went, ia tbe Tioeeauee laud dUtrlct. .,,,! I .- EDWAKD MA1DLOW. - ' t; . -;.,5 r.;... ADOLPH 6CBBLE?NBICH, act t'n U HINBV MAIL0W, 1 EYANVILL1E THE VERY: LATEST B T TELE 0 A. I II , t StpKay tha Fenlam l.adv-- 1 . New , York, ' Jan. ; . 5. The ;. London Shipping Gazette says, a curious theo ry is held by some persons respecting Stephens, the Fenian leader, it is sua gested that he had been a spy in the employ of the Government, and that he was- apprehended by mistake. Having been taken, however, it was absolutely necessary to keep np appearances by sending him to jail, si ace be was well known to have, taken part with' the se ditious party in days gone- by. ! When imprisoned all necessary facilities were given him, and thus he made what.; is called his mysterious escape. This, of course, is only a theory, - but it is to some extent us r ported by the fact that the Lord Lieutenant has refused to ap point a Commission to inquire into the cans. , On the other hand, the fact that the ; Governor of the Richmond Bride well has been; removed, tells somewhat' against this theory, but its supporters allege that advantage wa taken of those events to modify the government of the Bride welL For tha future it wilt be invested in the Viceroy instead of the ' corporation. 1 tU'i M - Nkw Yobk, Jan. 5. The Herald' t Washington special says,' the Secretary m l : i . . ,. , oi ine ireaaorj, in rspiy to job appnea- ttons of drovers buying cattle ' in Cana da, informs them that the terms of the Act of Congress prohibiting the' import- auon or cattie are very decided, and leaves nothinr to the 'discretion 'of. tha Secretary or the Treasury.,, Ha .says, moreover, that tie Act of the -18th does not apply to the transnortatiod of Cattle trotn one part of the United States to another via Canada,j. ;i , - t, New Yobx. Jan.- 5. Ex-President Millard Fillmore and '.'Hit sailed to dav ia steamer Europa, for Breft, intending to spend the winter in Spain; on account of Mrs. Fillmore's . declining .. health; Prior to their departure, they engaged passage with Mrs. Oscanyan, for the Mediterranean expedition which is ex pected to leave this port on the 12th of May next, and which they bopa to join somewhere in tha Mediterranean.' ',' . i ; ' Blaval Hoaplta.1 Vojid. 1. -i.-. n New York,' January 5 The Timef Washington special -save there is now deposited in the United States Treasury, to the credit of tha Naval Hospital Fund, for the relief of disabled seamen, nearlv $10 000,000. The interest of. this surn is almost sufficient to defray tha expanses of the hospitals and asylums already established. - (.........'.'..'. ',. "- l- Cbea Taraiaweait. - - New xoax, Jan.. 5. A chess tourna ment is now in prfre at the- New York Chess Club, University building. Eighteen players have entered. Me Kenzie is matched - against Stanley. Thompson against Temyn; Dr. Bennett against Worrold, and Johnson against Belcher. , '' DtitrStUr Fir. r- Cbistlisb,, .0., Jan. ' 5 The larse engine bouse on the Ballefontaine Bail. road, at Gallion, ', was destroyed by fire last mgbt, with . 12 locomotives.; , Loss heavy; estimated - from- $300,000 to $500,000. ; ; 1 : " i. a. , - i ii. ii, i Boston, Jan 5. The Supreme Judi cial Court of the Commonwealth by in dictment against Francis O. J. Smith, the defendant wee indicted for wilfully and ! corruptly .procuring one Charln Northrop ta commit tbe crime of perju ry. The Jury returned a verdict of guilty, but to certain of the instructions of the Court, the defendant look except tions, Tbe - exceptions were fully ar gued and the Supreme Court has now overruled them and affirmed the rulings and yerdict given by the lower Court, r) Buffalo, Jan. ; 5 Carrington, con victed for tbe murder of policmaa Dill, last winter Was banged to day. ' He was but twenty years old. i . Weather here and East very cold. Fealaa Arms anil Munition of War. ; New Yobk, Jan. 5.--Tbe Express has a report of a house ia Hudson Street, Jersey City, wall supplied with arms and munitions of war, supposed to be a Fen ian arsenal - To-morrow evening there will be held at Cooper Institute a public meeting in support of the position that European powers shall not be allowed to interfere in American politics Several -distinguished speakers will address the, au dience. :- -i .v Gen. Sweeny, by invitation, ' Visited the Fenian Congress to-day, and was en thusiastically received. - He made a brief speech, to the effect that he would en dorse any measure . calculated, to unite th Brotherhood, and inaugurate at once the great movement for; Irish Indepeiid enca ,;i ' . .. n'M" 1 "! " 'r- r . New York, January 5 Edward B. Ketohum, who was sentenced, on Satur day, in the Court of General Sessions, to be confined in Statf i Prison for four years and six months, was taken yester day from the Tombs to Sing Sing prison by Sheriff Kelley. The young man was accompanied from the'ciiy prison by bis father and one of bis brothers ; ' ';' A Philadelphia, Jan. 6. About 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, ' the Bruce gas works, situated about one mile and a half below Uray's ferry bridge, and an immense quantity of eoal. were destroy ed by fire. Considerable ;other...damage was sustained i 1 1 1 AriorraTA. Mr Jan R . Th TTnnaA nf Eepresentatives pasaed-an order- this morning to- adjourn- finally on the 17th of February next, but it is thought the Senate, will not concur. ' The following eleotion took place this morning: ' Secretary of State E.-Flin of Co yer. i-.'J '.: is " Attorney General John A. Peters, 'of Bangor all present incumbents.'1-"''-1'' ' . i a i..l i -.r.-j i r Nw YoBf, Jan. 5. A letter from fi commercial; iduse, Related, Mexico city, Dec.i 17th, ssys that tha three loans put upon tbe market since the establishment of tie Empire have burtheaed the Na tion With a debt of nearly fSO.0.00,000.- ui tuis obij aoout ,uuu,UUU -bas been need for, the public service, In 'CQPse quence, -. the uuancial commissions In Paris has made disposition for Maximil ian fpr. January only. " ; T i V . - ..... V.t c". .).:. ;.: .River aid Wtathir. . . . 1 ' Cieoinnati, . Jani'5. River "fallirip- 25 feet 2 inches water in the channel, j, ' Weather clear. Thermometer 20 .PirrsBURO, Jan. 5. Elver 5 feet 4 inches and falling. Weather cloudy ando1d;.;"...t-,! ; Boarojf, Jan. 5. The thermometer is from to 10;. above;;xero.l The wind northwest, and the change of : tempera ture isinee iart evening is about 30P. - ! Oswiooy Ki ; Y., ' Jan. ' 5. The ' ther mometer at 7 o'clock tWs morning was 8 below xero. " Wind south. . i, ; - f . r : . ConsjreaaloaaO. n -New' ' Yoek, Janv 5. The ' Poatt Washington special says the Joint Com mittee on reconstruction will meet to morrow for business. Judge Spalding made a " radical speech to-day in the House in the Com mittee ot vy noie on ttte subject tit recon struction. ... .'"..''''.''..'.' An important resolutioi- was offered in the '. House this morning " providing that all the public lands in the Southern States be thrown open to victual settlers according; to decision., of land coinmis: sioners thereupon, now open to settle ment to black as well as white men. , ' " Washington, '. Jan.. . i.General Wm. Hickey, chief clerk of the United States Senate, died this morning, aged about 7Qyears. - He has :been in the employ- iy;i " i 71 ' ( aae and V men. Of that bod m&JlWTiXZVto&i EVANSVILLE, Monetary and Commercial. , Spaeiai to tb Dally Jaaraal. Claelaatatl Mavrikat Review. -. Wimbwt iTasiao Jaa. 3, 1SSS. Ta atarohaadlea bnsinea of tb paat week has beea raterltlly lnmrrapted by th anaual closing of accooaara, tavolclag of stoeks, and th Hew) Tear' holiday. The result of th past year's builuee will show satisfactory profits la most department! f trade, though th sale will aot b so bsary Id mm house as th prrrloas yeari Notwithstaac'iDg; tb gradual tattling la prices and th beary declin during the tumaier la froTiaioni, moat merchants who hare adhered to cash or ahort-Um salr, will bar reasonable balaaceaia th yar'a business. We; think the general merchandise trade of the city will show a iarga Inoreas oyer previous years. FINANCIAL Money ia eomparatlTeSr sear for, all fegitimat transaction, though tha de mands of pork packer hare beta quite large, flold haa ruled dull at slightly lower rata. Gov. eraDient Bond hare bad a good market, under th European news, th President', Massage and aaport of tha secretary of tha Treasury being sevorably interpreted there. Compound Interest Note hT adTaaced, and are is good request. Exchange oo th East la abundant, aad can be ad at par. . j GBOCEaiES. There haa been no essential (Usage ia qao'ation daring th past week. As annog holiday week, trad ha beea very sluggish. QaoUtiouan Cofiae La re sot ehaug-td, bnt It Is scarcely so firm as a weak ago, whsa it Indicated an ad ranee; S75 to 804e common to prim. ETJOAB haa. It I thought, rtaohd tee bottom fr the praaeat. aa our priiate dispatches from New Tork report that speculators are bnying rrealy, aad a, higher ; Hard IS to l A. oof te 18, Baw and refined Yellow 14 to ltl MOLASSES are quiet at tc to $1,00 fcrP.B. aaa1.30 to SI.S5 for New Orleans. XlSH la light stock aad firm, bat ta demand aot large. biux, soma small lata tf Carolina la market at I3c; Ban goon Ho. FOREIGN XBTJIT8, oa farther recefpu at New I or, with light demond, are tg.ia lower. NAILS are held more llrmly at 7.a fo $7.7 t WOODEN. WABK maalaiaad at fall rates ; S3.. at lot backet. PBOTISIONS AND PRODUCE Aft .r eloslag of out last rariew, the Hog market became eui ted, and price ruled higher, reaching, at th eloM of last week, 12 SO net ; bat with heavy re ceipt the eztram figure I aot sustained, rbe markst to-day being dull at II 75 to It tot licht and beery weight. Th 'tcelpt to-day are over 12,100, th largest of the season. MES8 POBK I hM at 29 to 2 SO, which Is a ooaeesaioB. - - - . CLEAE SID,E3,EIo. iri rj.Sff') SU0AB-CUBED BAMS. 27c. LAED, 1200 in tierce and legs. ' - CHEESE 1, firm at Wo. BCTTEB la foil supply, and dill at SftrfMOo. TL0UB is In batter demand : surerfla 7 to 7 60, as to tread. I - ...i i-A j C , y (OEN mait-taia a steady markt at the ad Vance, and may be quoted at 6O0 tor shelled, la aula. OATS era lower, bat hold firmly at 38c la balk. CLOVES 8EED la dnll at S 25. DBIED FBTJITS. The market 1 ermtocked. ana pnese rower. VBEIOBTS. Tb tiwr keepe ia See eerlgable tag, with fall supply o' toaaag. Bate to low. er Ohio 30c pef ewt. Iwtaru rail rale, keep lOiTEB A BBOS., : - .' bolesale Orocert, M West Second Street. ' :- ! . Wave- Vorai Ularkat. : ' Hsw Toaa, Jaa, k-P. U. COTTON steady at about prevloas prices : Krtl &'Jcf. r rcidd log. -,, -,. . . - . FLODR dnll, sid commoa grsdr, a-s 6,410c liver; 8 7u(i9 OU lor .ura r. and Ujep Ohio, and w OoyJIO lor trade brands, market tl aiug heavT fur o mmon grades.' - - - . - - ,,WI118KY nr-chaaged; sates at 122 28. ' , f 1 VtllKaT dull and nominally lower ba new; nothing doll g. KYKquret. . BAttLKY dull. . MALT qule . , CO KM rath, r more steady aad uoehaBrd. T9 more steady ; 4Qi2c for unsuuad. . Cut Fax da I. .SUOaB qnlst and Arm ; baraea l'Aic. a?? 5 "wOrlaaaal tit L. P"KK, heasy and lower; 28 75a?9 25 lar aew mese.closlue at tot 75 rogalar way ; 27 752B 2S fr 'Of aad '65, cloelngar tT 76, regular ; 22 HWtl 01 for prime 22 23 U0 for prime meee. - LALD heavy at t,rtlVfr, the lateer an ex treo, rate; sale ef 4 un k,t fjr Jaouary, Feb. ruery and March delivery at 17K'8)18c. DUTTE it quiet aT(aSe for tjlilo and 25a(Sc for State. CHF.tcsE du I at 1218o. MtMXYtasy, with a large apply at ner . BTEBLIKO heavy, at 109. " : GOLD a s-iadj firmer, openior at 142. ds- ollnlng to 142?., aid closing at OOVIRNSlJIf feTOCKM Arm - ?..tn Mir nhnM f 'IA. do. '4, lW'ii -30's, 4t teries, S; do. id da. of 'A. lQr'H. 1 series, tt. .-. Chicago Market. I '; ':, C" ' Catetoo, January 4. Th4renaral matketaar flat aod lowr. ' F LOU ft luo lower; sales of spring extra at 7 Sfi7 75, WHE AT I SO 4o lowsr: aalea of Nil 1 anrlns.t X 24ai 26,, closing at 1 ki. COBN la quiet at 46e for No. 1. 58c for No. I, and 3434c for rejected. OSTa are ,o lower; sales of No. 1 at 2.Va : . BYE lilelowir; sains of No. lat 63c. . SABLXYUerglected. , WHISKY Is l&ia hi.her; sales at t 182 19. ' HOGS, raceipu of Hogs, live aad dressed. 15,. 19; dres.d Hogs are 4c lower ; sales at 10 OO01O ', i, chiefly at 10 0CV 10 50, dividing on 200 pooCds. Live Bogs are aOt75c lower; sales at 8 Sooj9 50, ehisfly at 8 759 25. The receipts to-morrow will b suneh heavier thsa ta-day, aad thoenarkat doers dulllmd depressed. : BEEF ClTTLK are firm ; sale at 8 50(37 50 for good grafes. PROVISIONS are very dull; mess Pork la KOo lowsr; sales of 2,000 brlsat25 50fa26 60, closing at tb inside pri; sales at 26 00. buyer all tbe month. Green Bams sold at 15150, and ewt p cklad Bam at lSc Lard I Stio lower ; alee of 500 to at 1674(17o for prim a teem and MONEY Is very scarce.--'! "1 - " XXCHANQX issaairr. OOLD 142. GROCERY,, i fiV Lo liv'.O r;s : ft i hi 13 G ROC E R Y ! JO A No. 13, First Street. i ti .. tT'.--1! -.-. tl ri V.' Ia .-: 11H REILLY&CO. TTTOTJLD BESPEOTFCLLY INPOBM THEIB ' friends aad tb publio that tbey have open ed ont a fresh and desirable stocx ef Groceries; Provlt ions, Fruits, Coal Oil and Lamps, Wooden and Willow Ware, &o., He. 13 FIRST STRKET. Having purchased alnc the lat decline, they ar enabled to enjr toeir goaas at LOWEST CASH BATES. A renewal of th patroaaga of former trlenda and customers ia eelumtiy tuliciUd. , Ja-4 d3m . - . ... v ; - - i : . . . inl sit fu.i!; r TiJ-Xf tsislt iti A: i "tit t -t.-t I'it . M'ff .1 s BOARDING. TWO NICE BOOM3 ARD A FBORT PABLOB at Mr. A. 0' JihILLY 8, cor ner cf Gum aad Beecndatreata. -- . i ia5at C100D FIRST-CLASS BOABDISO CAN BE r had on VlD (treat, betaesa trst aad Sec. ond streets, next door to Sterritt'i Church, hall a square from Behm'a College. . , . dac28 dlw . VNOTICE. t Notice of Appointment as Admin ! 1 istrator. , NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN THAT THE nndessigoed haa been appointed Administra tor of tbe eeUte of William McCntchaa, late of Ya darbn-gh county, deceaaid. Said estate is supposed te tie solvent. de30-s2w ' JOHN WHITEHEAD, Admr. ' - ESTRAY.- STBAYED FBOM THE 8UBS0BIBZB, ON th 26th lust., a dark gray boras, with ha'.ter oa, aaid no shoes. B is atmnt fifteen hands high, and paces. Th finder will be liberally re. warded, If retarnvd to me, corner of Fulton At. and Water burnt, Evaotviiie, ind. IND. SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1866. PArENT MEDICINES. DR. MARK'S SYPHILITIC CUEE. ! rTlHIS CELEB BATED BEMEDY Is aa IB. X FALLIBLE LUBE fjr SYPHILIS ia the s-rimary, as onaory, ana 1 tury bugs. . . - - In all large cits thm ax sis a contagion sexual disaas called gyr-biH. which 1 capsbl of traaaaitraiea by In nlation. Dr. Hark' Syphilitic Cure is th only mtd.'cfoe that w.ll care Syphilis ia all it. varioa and complicated forms, and thoroughly eradicate the Syphilitic poison or virus from tnseystem. ' Bympt of the First or Primary 8tage This Is koowa by cbancrr or olcis appearing soon after aa expoeure. To core the fi st st g , rise Dr. Mark's Syihilitic Cure Pill and Syphilitic vVash,etc abiol never f-iis to cure Syphilis ia ale 'da;. From five to tftren days' fai hful treatment nsually suffices to core the firs, staa One or two packages never fail, to iu.e this suga. , Price per package, $12 60. bymptoms of tha bccocd.ry Stags of Syphilis Tbie I kuowa by the following; Ulcer la tbe mcatb, nse, throat, glands, skin, hea I, a ails, niucoue meubraaes, cancerous sore oa th arma aad legs, arupiijns oa thi skin, acrofola, etc To cur tbe s -cond suge, one Dr. Mark's 8yphil ttio Cure, Pi Us, and T hroat Wash, if tie throat 1. notipmir. iue wasD. Tbeaam cinee are an iaf llible cure for this " m nana a eomcieac length of t:me to aradl b poiao from th ayatesa. Price per pack. egejttO SO, including Throat Wash; If imitted. 00 per package - . ' f pniptoms of Third or Tertiary' tags 8yr.hila This stag is known by tha following symp tom: ftcdes, or hard and painful tumor oil the bones, enlargements of tbe jolita. or contrao. t one, aa d piina ia the boaee and joints, caries or decay 01 tbe bones, yphilitt ihauin ti. in. al teration ot I he parts, etc. To cure th third or tertiary stagj, use Dr. Mark's Can atd P. 11a. Thee medicines will cur tb longest standing ISi'"' f'T" wiU "OH excm! ciatlng pains in the boors and tolnta ia a few daya.. Price per package, $ 00. . -I -ADViOa to THE AFFLICTED. Bad the tympionis above described of each atage of Syphill, and procure at once tb medi. will eflectnailr cure voa. . . . ' Z.' .,J""onr7philliic Diseases, giving plia direotioustoeuro the diSerent acJoai s iw mtMiicinF. . ifr Pf-""' SJph lic Core and Pills are an lofallibl. cure lor Jtheumatiam, no matter how long tadiocr bow bad. Th.y remove pVrTaa W . v " r,'B eaa permaaass. ' S9 00 per parkagr. The medlclnrs will bo seat by express to all ping VI r Doxing ana ship- rreparea aBd sold by Dr. E Easterly ft Co . - --- ". o. i.nis, no., and at eMo IlHuo', tn' N' W Mlidtao" trt thl For sale by the arsrgUts. Evansvllle" 1 ' ' " DR. EASTERLY'S VEGETABLE PAIS ZIXIER WILL CDBE BBGISES. 8PBAIHS, HEAD ache. Toothaoha. 8nr 1 k,-, n!- ,t . .... "-..nip. as epasms. Cholera sforbus. Dysen- .1 . . ' ---- ..-,wvMu,VBWi - .1 'I -"P"i"s, Mervoo flections. . .u lu, ric. r.inim' i-nii. . . . . . ... .u us ana Lim 3i, and. in met. This is ths most .rH..4 ..j . . a;,dl-.-&-rYl CI!; fl fif lnt"'' d .xteroallyVwUn i8 0C"V A' dieini a te it'rj't rmlti,faU. ' tB beet remedy SVarstisa wl.lft si. Y ..t.--a -7 wirswrjrKe thia medicine. t nee i i the erl slaina ef the TT rrio75carsperbottl. frepa ed and sold by Dr. E. Eastrrlv A C.n No. TO Kant, wir.K .,L; ...,W.'''W at their bruuc Mi:". etrjet, Chicago, Illinois. - eoreee ny the druggists. Eransville. Ladles, Read This I i j BIU IIOOPKR'S , . , J FEMALE COEDIAL. ; : THIS ELEOANT ARB POPCLAB MEDI. elae wilt cure all Female OeanUi... e Esoraaive. Painful, or UminiuJ .'. tlon. Leucirrhee or Whit, Falling of the Womb, a?d ail Irregularities of lbs Monthly rsriods. ft will also br o. ,. . u'l checked by colds, aad all uu natural oaaeea. Females sutTering nnd r any of tha difficulties above lunnu-.M ih'nld aot fall to u.. n. Hooper's Sam ale Cordial. It ia th. ..: ant aad io fallible remedy anr Invented forth car of fern) oomplainta. Ladle, try It I - rnce i du per oottle. . t Preoared aad aolJ h. Tt. . . No. TO Berth Fl th ttaaa. He r .. . Jl r. S at their breach Familv Medicine Hior..'K oa Madisoa street, Chicago, Illin its. . 7. .or saie cy me oraggmts. Kvansvill. tlR. EASTERLY-' 8 ' ' FEVER AND AGUE KIIIER WILL CCBE AOUE AKD FEYEB, CHILLS Bad Fever. TJnmb A .... T ..-. i. . . Bemli tent Fevara. and -. .PU. . , dent to tbe We. ' : . , ' 7 "V!"" Ihw celebrated and lu&UIble remedy ha bee firteea years eeublished in St. Louis, and l unt. veraall known th.oughoul the gr.at U iaaissippl Valley as the only reliable remedy lor tbe care of Fever and Arue in al! its f a... . ..j Fever sunerars, an in fallible remedy "is hare pre. tented yoa I To core Ago and Fever, take a dose' of Dr. Easterly's Faml v Pills, and whae dnn. n. atlag, Uks Dr. Easterly's Fever aod Ague Killer, ea dlncted oa the bottle, wbi.h will .t.. ih. Ague aod Fever the first day. Then, to prevent sta re'.ura. take the a.n. if mi . i . : . day oo tha svventh, fourteenth, twrnty first, aad I"iT"e,"tn d,y'' dating from the lait chill and fever, aad yoa will be permanently cured ! VP. ,OBi end child try It, aad IX you fl ad It to be true, le, I It to your ft ten is. K.:2. lor,h riftn ie, no. bold ?! . bn" Family Sled tela Blore, Chicago, lillnol. For sal by the druggists. Xvansvll l. ER. COOK'S .MAGIC" HAIR OIL TS THE MOST PERFECT AND ADM1BABLE A article ever discovers! for ths Pre ervauoa. Beauty, Growth, and Restoration of tb Hair, s . Itaonens, beautifies, ard atran.th.n. tk. h.i. prevent it from falling off and becoming perma aeatly gray, removes the daodrnff, and turn hareh. unruly hair Into that which l. glossy, lively, and beautiful. , , . '. Dr. C4k s Magic Hair Oil fs 'th best tonic kuowa, aad a ill produce a luxariaut growth of lew bar on b Id heada io all ...... i artiHoial mesne can be of aav avail, 'lha nn.t intelligent and baeuilful ladiea aad gentlemen In St. Lout na and rrr.r.l ia . i. articl for tbe toitst. Pric 75 oents Mr boitl. .Si ,nd Mld l' -Jtasterly a Co , No. 10 Morth Fi!th st St. Lou ., Mo.; also Ho. W Madieoa etrwt, Chicago, illiaoie. oy me umggian, avanvtll. r y t; OBIDLEY'S V 1 Salt Rheum and Tettar Ointment TYJILL. CTJB SALTS BHkTJSt, TETTEE, v v Haadl ataaO. Pralrea r.A i.b. Illlaoia Mange, Mieaonri Scrofula, Obstinate Old Sons. Plmplas oa Is Face, and ail Diseases aad Eruptiorsaoa tb 8kia. Bat seeSecta permaaewt aad red oat care of eerof alone aad .-kla diseases af tvery kind, we rscvmateod Hi. Davtarly's Iodine aad Sarsapartlla, to ba need internal. y, wblch partnes be blood, and remove tb cause; bad thea by applying theOiatmeat to the sjrea 6( parts, a speedy and permanent cure will be effect. e '. Both are advised ta be used la these aom. plain ta. ,,. , , . -, . j frtoe Tha Iodine aad SarsaparUla, II 50 per bottle. . . , . Pnoe Grtdlsy's' Salt Bbenm aad Tatter Olnt. meat. 75 eenu per bottle-; . Prepared aad sold by Dr. EV Zasterly a Oo-, No. 70 North Fifth street, St. Louis, Mo., solo ropiletera. Sold at their branch FauatW Madt. eine Store, No. 99 Madieoa etreet, Chicago, III.' mvr wm vj i,. arwggi.ta. a.TaBSVllle. ' a t . .. .Si r .-a i. DR. EASTERLY'S ' AHESICAN LINIMENT WIIL CUBE BBCISE8, 8PBAIN3. CUTS, Wooods.- Bbauaiatiam, Contracted Tea done, ) Swelled Joiata, Lumbago, 1 amors, "-atl Looil aad Seated Pains, and all disnasts where a local remedy is r quired. t. ..... Thia Liniment is, beyond all doobt, the most fficachiiLS remedy ever offer d to the public. Its volutin., penetrating, soothing, and healing prop, erties Uiffum themselves to tb very Ucea, and give the aofferir rlmost Instant reluf. Such powerful curative prop rtiss are combined In Dr. Easterly's American Liniment that It readily etree the worst wounds of awn or boast. Every family should keep it constantly on hand. Price TS cents per bottle. Prepared and add by Br. X. Easterly A Oo.. No. TO Borth Fifth street, St. Louis, Mo. Bold at their branch Family Medicine Store, Ho. 99 Madison street, Chicago. IliiBo sv - -- For sals by tbe drug gists, Evansvllle.. ' ... . jan-t'So M.Tu.W weow tf ' ' ! WHARF BOATS. . oox. -r.m COX 4 HTJMPHSET, Ferwardlng and Commission Blerctaants. ' Aad SPECIAL BAILBOAD AGEBTsV " '" . : ? EwMSBWIUa, Iatal. BW Will' BJaks Hbaral cash advanoas on con signments at prooaea aad Tobaoco to Hsw Tork. .araris .. .-. . . SALT. XXJH HAVE JU6T BSCE1VED A FULL BCP- Glv of Small Salt. BAIBC ft fiTAET. . DAILY DRY GOODS. it!-" El is .: 1 i.r GREAT Tt E DUCTI ON DRYKaOODS! IN ORDEU TO 1-3 MAKEiROOM FOB A LABGE AND EABLY .. Spring -WE HAVE- MARKED DOWN OUR PR ICE Si AND WILL BELL OUB PnESEHf. STOCK -AT A - Great. Reduction J M IIOLLSALi AKD RKT11L DIALERS, (uT ... ..it. '.'-j rr.v " i: i-1 - u . v l .... . ... Mailt Street EVAJ.SVltl.li, PROPOSALS. THE TJNDKR3G3BD WILL I EC CIVS bids frr sreetina a Daw Court nana. t ik. town of Princeton. Caldwell Co.. K . until k. second Mojrlay In February next, at which time and place th contract for building said Court Hooee will bs let to th lowest and bust bidder, the Coremis.ien.rs nstrvlng the right to reject alt bids if deemed to t ijh, or for other caoaas. Tha sua tractor will bertqnlred to give bond with ap proved eeCUritV, for U faithful Urfaraaaaea r said work All "bids mutt ba acoompaoied with evidence of their solvsacy, when seat ta. The plans and spcifl atluns of sa'd iiou-e oan be seen at all times br caiiiea- oa tbs Com ml aatonara. n. at tbe Clerk s ffire of the above aamed Coaaty. lontractor will specify whet lime he wants to complete the work, W. J. TCBNBB, ) , . een. mi aiw. it. m. CALVERT, . DYE HOUSE. Fancy -Dye House. tm CBAUP NEB, COB. OAK A. CENTRE 8T8.. v'"" (Near the Canal), Ha oreaed s Dye House at tbeabov pise, aad ie prepared to color Silks- Woolan or Cattt Goods, liair, ic , in all colurs. I have been engaged ia tbe basin over thirty flv veers, and have been emuloved in tha lanwut astablishmenta la Karop end this country. sv I hold myself retpausible for all damage sustained by goods under my cbarr.' Cleaniug aad Bcourin of Ladle' aad GenUamoo'e OAjods doue at short notice Olve me amir trade. (dlO Bra) F. OBA0PNEB. PORK-PACKING. "POIlllX-PiXCIIBR, Evansrille, Ind. " i- NOW BEADY FOB THE PCBCHA8 OF HOGS. MsV he found at H W mJ A te.,, oa at Sa-nnel Orr's Pork Home. Jramlty xr, a ba, and Tenderloin ramlabed back of Mr. Orr's lion Store.- . : ., , . decla dim GUNPOWDER. -:') -t. GUNPOWDER! 5 ' ; WM. CROMEY, Agent for tbs Ssieef . . t f.' r ;. Oriental &. Miami, Powder, 290 , . ,Msln Streets. (Betweea Seventh asd Eighth), i eiff LOCIaVIaiLE, KT.I I -4 , S foil eupply ef Sportlna-, Brno and Blast ing Powder and bauty Fuse always ea hand and lor sale. ' - - - i.ra PERFUMERY; J FOR THE;HANDKERCHIEF. J A HlwaS ExaJBiail), Iliea mI trst gntnt . Perfwny Diatillecl aVotat Sis Bar .) Jlraaitifttl . F lower froaa which it take) its ssm, Mannfaetarad onlyby PUALON ate SOTf. l Beware of; Counterfeits. i- Ah for Jftafou' Talc we other. ' rJ ' Sold by drogviat generally- r CO-FARTNERSHI P. ...t Co-Partnership Kotiee. J VXTE HATE THIS DAT ASSOCIATED WITH V V ns, la ths Forwarding aad Comaii3on buai neee, Alexander Wileou.(lata tallei.ia the-Evaaa. vil a National Bank.) . Th style of our firm to remain aa heretofore. - ; t - - . . BUOWH, DUKDEBSON A CCv- January 1st, 1S60. -.. - Jaa3dlw' ' MONITOR NOTICE. PEB80S8 HA VTSO BILLS AGAINST THE TIPPEC AHOB, er .satined that th tnbeori. bar, not havins time to settle tham before laavlao-. will retura in about two wo k for that pnrpne. s i. u. inua. Bam luunaint. ..jiaLat For M. Orcettwoed, S s-i ts: '-2 12 FANCY GOODS. v i BT Business Transacted on Saturday. a .' big; STOCK i. - o 27 FANCY. GOODS, Wholesale &Se tail No.' 0 JVlain Street, BETWEEN T1RST & SECOND.) i .To ; Tlxo mi LLirNEHs, rl E II C H A N T s r C om mu n ity at ! i J-LA " C7s . WE hato just returned from the fast with a well-selected Stock of Bonnet and Trimming Bibbons. Yelvet Elbbon, Plain and Edged. a.-.t ' l& '' ' ft - ' Bonnet Ve'lTets,' Plain and' Faney. U::!. c-i't .- !.. Jm .- ; l. - , 'J l ' 'Satins and Silks. French - and ' American Tlo wen. , v.H j i e Q ; ; i tii i Featheri and Plumes. - . Bird and Other Ornament. inuiinery done to Order at jc .. snortest aouce, . -,. ..; , straw, Felt and Silk Eats and a., ; JBonneta. .. . , . ,, , - w . IO A-Full Lina Clotha for Cloaks. ; Cloaks 1 in Great, Variety. I ; 12 ... Cloak OrnamentsA' Full Line. We Make Cloaks to Order, in the Bess ana .Latest styles, at the J ; Shortest Motios. , A Fall. Line of Dress Trimmices. : CAT",. 13 C . A Big Stock of Fur for Ladies and r . ; Children. A Full Line of Human Hair, In ; Every Shape and Style. - '"j 17 - - A Large Stock of Fsncy Woolen : Kait and Woven Hosiery and s 0.1 : , , Olovet,-. ' ", iTi:-"''VwlLO- : Hat and Bonnet Blocks. r: . 10 ,v Motions and Fancy Goods too ; Numerous to Mention Let all buyers eominer to town call and see for themselves, com pare ine price, aa tney will find it as low as in anv citv vest of Kw York and Philadelphia. epto.om. a. SAMM. BANKING. Capital Paid In Limited tc - - $350,000 -$700,000 THE MERCHANTS' ITATIOIIAL BAHKi Of Evansville, i C. R. BKMKNT... JSU. D. BOCI1K. ...President, .Cshltri . y Baring commenced basin at Its Office, corner of Blaln and First Streets Oder its service to the eltize.. of Kvansril'eand its vicinity, being prepared to carry ou a - : 1 legitimate .; i- General Banking Business, 5 Aad to Purchase aad Supply ,. '-. . i t 7-30 Treasury Kotes, ' Gold and Silver, ' '' r:i ',rA i UU,UKAULU"iis . .. - - - - . - ' Excliange. Bail V. 8. CERTIFICATES. BOSDS. aad other Securities aad t .r:,l .Discounts FCUE1GX and . DOMESTIC PA FEB. . i.:. ..... ... .: : Aed for th accommodation 'ot saschaalsa and others, who have invested their savings ia the popular Government loans, it offsra to receive package or V. . Bond, Interact Bear I a; A'ote sad othtr Becarttlea, oai special ueposit, rresar ciiargrc,aaord hig small holders ths opportunity to avoid the iaeecurity and yiak of retaining them 1b their owa possession. - , JelS-tt HARDWARE. &c. 5? 0 - ! 7-' FEUS, KELLOGG & CO., ''' Z -Xii V, -,;:" r, ,,,( -' : j IMPOBTBBS AMD DbALEBS If '9 i .. ' ; l; i -1 ' i .. : -. '- 1 -' 1 H A JBL 13 W -A. R E : AMD a , s n' : .nl 11 ,,-,!v:.'-. ,a.'.-..t ft V. -.-.. -r F I K ST i STREET, i i- i (SIOE Bia PAD-LOCK,) . , -COMMISSION. j t-i'!S''i la" ' "'fch-! '' ' '"'" ' A. VULTsS, X rV, VvCc. : i I. -.I ; c SPEED, SUMMERS & CO., j i COTTOX ASD TOBACCO - Fi A C T O H:; &, """ GENERAL COHMISSIOS bLEECHAH"TS. ' 1 ! AH D - ... . COMMERCIAL AGEITS, OFFIOE, Ho: 69 POTDBAS 8TBEET, ; NEW ORLEANS, LA. ' : Carle ton, Fonte A CoM New Tork. J . Speed, Donoho A Co.; Menable, Ta."--' - O tart, 8tockardGo Mobile, Alv : i4itfj.v- t. r .- ;.r. ...... an i-1 I, ii i2SATBL,I8HEL 1831 HAND-LOO Jff;- Mendenhall's Inf0TD SILF-ACHXG , MANS - LOO T.I. ' I ! FARMERS Can be independent by Weaving all their Goods for HOME WEAB on one of th Improved fisiy Acting Band-Looms. They are small, teat, and light, very simple, and . easily understood. A CHILD TWELVE YESBS OLD CAN WEAVE OH THSM. EVEBYTHIN8 IS PEBFOBMED BT TCBSISa A CBANK. . , , ,4 , j? rum w lo w xaxaa can be woven on it in -a day. : . ' u weaves Jeans, Satinet, Limey, jsiankets, Kersey, Plain and Double Plain Cloth, Hemp, Cotton. Tow. Ta lie Linen, Toweling, various kinds I . ' ..-:'... - . . 1 scactny iwuis,. uuck (foods, Hemp and Linen Carpets, Peps, Balmoral Skirt Goods, etc., etc. . ' j. xni u u u xL U 1ST X S . ' , TO . , ,', SI-ML.,' JaUTeiia3ra Th first purchaser Of a Loom ia anv townahin win . aiiuwau a itoerat commission for every Loom told by him, thus enabline- him. with . liltls exertion, to rrceir back tha prka paid for 1. 1- t a . For discrlptlr circular, list ef crlcaa. nd - aampiea oi waaviug, address, with a tamo i. ciooea, 1 - - P. H. EHRMAN & CO., ! 1 AGENTS. ' wsssa W ATJ.B AKD ' LOCUST BTBEITS. ' '- Ifivansville, Ind. LAW; CARDS. i Wm. Reavis,C ; U. S. CLAIM AGENT. Also, Keal Estate Collecting: Agent. I : urjTICE Ofl MAIN ST., Bel. Third & Fourth,) Not 95. Over I r-i r ' ji .etor7 ir7 more, ,,, i - EVAXSVIM t. Tnrl aspia ' a. SHACKELFORD .-::::. R. HORN BROOK. Sliackelford b,Oornbrooli ATTORNEYS-AT-LAYV jajia Real Estate Agents, Office on third Street. (Betweoa Locust and Main Streete West Side.) I frmnpi aiieauoa given to Collections. I .: ' oogM-tfl ALVAH JOHNSON. Attorney at Law, m FtTrj bi vt vi -w- -rt asi ''- ' ABD - ! ! - - ' Hoal Estate Asont. AnMIrsi m.1 mil .s. - . . - ew was vkuot viniuis prucorrxi. - - EVAMSVILLE, IBD, aplS ntf Jas. T. Walker, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE A3 ... , ' - . . Agewt for obtalnlnar PsbsIobs. Stck Psy and Sssstr I-""OB DISCBABOED SOLDICBS. ANr, rm I the Widows and other logal repreaeuUtlve ol jtoo on tb North. West side of Third Street! near the Washinirton Honaa nit euri. a.nn.o. mvww wuvnif in iDeiomal nr tha niud H, . the Oonrt Hooas, Evansvllle, Indiana.. : All business otrnstad to hlaa sriil Ka INSURANCE AGENCY. J ESTABLISHED IN 1847. Combined Capital and Assets rep- rescaiea January 1st, lutio, over 18,000.000 (Eighteen Million Dollars.) ALLES C. nALLOCK. ' Untlerwrlter, Ueneral Iniarsnct Agarnt,' Adjuster of Awerafea, ! Offle No. 10 Upper First Street, near Poat Ofloa, KVANSVILLK, 1AID. . Policies Issued atralnat ioea or damage by Fire. Perlla of Inland bavigatioa, Peraonal Injury by accident, add appllcatlone recovered for Policies on Lives, front the following flrst class and in sv. ry respect rat lab le Insurance Companies; HOME IIISUEAliTIE ' - OF HEW. TOBK CITT. . Cash Capital $2,000,000. . i i Assets $3,565,650. Insures against Loss or Damage by Fire on Dwelling and -their contents, Btorss, Manaao toriee, Warahoasee, Stocke of Merchsodlse, f. dues and all Insurable Property, Inland Karl... tion and Transportation Hhipmaat upon the Elvers, Lakes, Canals and Kallroads at ratast aw as the nature of tbe risk will hear. "' CHABLES J. MAKTitf, Pn':. ohhma,,,h' T,c! - - . A. C. HALLOCK A SOD, Artots, -TRAVELERS INSURANCE COmPANT, , OF HABTFOBD, OOHM. Casn Capital $500,000; .,i,li?rr ' accldoBi, of every description. i Pron-lom secure, a policy for 15,000, and U 00 per week compensation for personal Injury iacapaciting the asasred from his ordinary boat. 2T,UW ' 1V "y publio eonveyanoe. I a pmium eouro Policy for 46,000, and $2& OO per week eompensation for all and er. erydeeerrption of accident traveling or other. t SECURITY INSURANCE COMP'Y OF HEW TOBK CITT. ' -,: Cash Capital $1,000,000. c " Assets $1,475,643. i Insures Dwellings, Store, and all description of desirable property. Th insured can at their option have participating policies entitled toacrip at regular rates, (scrip dividend for IBM 60 per ceat.)or a liberal disooaat upon tbe premium. Also, Inland navigation and transportation ship ments on the lakee, river., canals, and railroads at rates low as are compatible with security o th assured. Losses promptly psid without dis count for interact. . - iv ., . ,. H0MA8 w- BIBD3ALL, Pres't, r BICBABD L. HATDOCK, Hee'y - ' J A.Q. HALLQi B A tiOS Ageata. ;,-,!, ARCTIC; ; IRE INSURANCE COMP'Y : - OF HEW TOBK CITT: 1" , ash Capital $500,000. ' J Assets I64L197. Insures against loes aad dejMgebySra oa alt I neurable propertv at rates low a lbs nature ot the riek and tbe real eeeurlty to Mt company aad of tbe insured will permit. . J. MILTOH SMITH, Pres't, VINGrTNT TILTON See'., . ' , i. W. WIDLKT, As't. - t A. a HALLOCK A SOS, Agent. PUTNAM :: : Fiio Insurance ; Co. .-'. OF BABTF0BD, CONK.5 -0 Cash Capital $500,000. V 'Insures against lose and damage by Ire oq dwellings, stores, warehouses, stocks of merchan dise, mills, machine shops aud all i a. arable prop erty at fair rate of premium. C.B. BOWERS, Preeldeot. . -." ; W. N. BoWKao, VicePras't, -DABIELBnCK.Bee'y. , ALLKH C. HALLOCK, Agent. All koeess suetaiaed by policy botdws in aoy el th above companies will be iairly adjusted, aad promptly paid through thia agency. Tbs undersigned will also attend u tha cdjast. ment of ioeaea of every description under policies from other agencies, aod attend to the settlement of ail matters coanected with Inaarano for oar. Ua oooneeted interested. Hie long exMrlonea T, if0" AgD.' hM "dehtua kmlllar with aU sabjasta connected wltk Insurance f. . . ALLKBJ c. HALLOCK, : Offlos Ho. 10 Cpoer First Street,, , SASH & DOOR FACTORY. HTJI JIJSIi i SOJS, 1 S1SE ISA B0(jR TACTOil,- Corner Walnut Sreet and Cana), ' l' ' . r ' -- '-: - 5; -.r. - -. , KwataaTllle, Indlama. , ...... . ; : v WE FCBNISOr TO OBDEB ALL KlITDfl OF 1 Doors, Saab, Fr.ai-. end Blinds; also, keep oa hand a larse etock of Shingles, Lath, Pine and Poplar FlooriBK, Plea Lumber, Ae. . i - -- aver All orders promptly attsodad to. ' I aot Sib . - 1 PIBE INSURANCE. - FIBE--i;rRE toe EVAnsyiLt..; nsurance Co. In SnccessIYiI Operation Dur lngr tne Past Fifteen Years. NO PREMIUM KOTES to be' Signed I x C T , " . -, -, NO ASSESSMENTS ! ' NO VEXATIOUS DELAYS ! Insure in a Company which yon know to be SAFE. Insure in a Comoanv von know to ba WELL ESTABLISHED, Insure in a CoranBnv mhirh PATS LOSSES PEOMPTLY. Insure in a Com nan. AT TTrtursr j j w , Where yon can attend to your owa Insurance Business. Insure in a ComDsnv AT TTnT-rP S J saawaaa, dlSal si Whose Board of Directors TOTJ XBOWV " , -.-..t ta M a r I ia Ibib.m,. r- of ' I Flatboata, dke , at ratr ratea. . , ' TBEIB NAMES ABE A SUFFICIENT OUAB. AMTEE OF THE INTEQBITTOF TEE COM PAST, AS THET ABE IMDIVIDUA1.L.Y LIABLE FOB. ALL. LOSSKS. DIRECTORS : CaiBLis Yiili. Joh S. Horxiag, BoaxBt Baaaa , Jok!, Inoia. Jb , WaaowN, LawaxBoa. Oiuiaoa Maobxb, Da. M.J. Baar, B. Q. Wsbblbb Offlce In First National Hank Cor. First and Main SU. 1 H. Q. WHE5LEB, Pro'st. ' JAa. B. CU.'LEB, Soo'y. r 0. P. PABS0K3 will attend tn tha ktxlna ' of th Company. . aeT.tf INSURANCE AGENCY. J. NEXSEN. MARBLE HALL. No. 9.HAIN STREET, EVA5SVILLE. INDW General Insurance Atrent. Adjuster of Losses and . , . Notary Public. A U business connected with Tnsuranee attend. ed to with promptnees and fldslit.y. ' All Losses Bdlu.tsd and paiit at this Agency with tslroeea and dispatch. Combined Cash Assets Rep- reseniea oyer xen million .'' : r - - -Dollars.'' - 'v $10,000,000 OO " FIRE INSURANCE. ' RIVER INSURANCE.; : LIFE INSURANCE.' f ; TU rollawlna; ar among tha Cons- -i:t' p .pstBtoa roprasonted t . - . .- ' iEtna Insurance Co Hart-' i, i ford, Conn. Cash Assets $3,800,439 93. -T ", Phoenix Insurance Co., Hartford Conn. Cash Assets (925,902 97. : Insurance Co. of North America, Philadelphia, Fa. Cash Assets . ; " ?1,642,727 92. Manhattan ' Insurance Co., Few York. Cash Assets $905,331 00. iterch ant's Insurance Co., Hart ford, Conn. Cash Assets i A f $300,000 00. North American Insurance Co. of New York. Cash Assets $700,000. North American Insurance Co., Hartford. Conn. Cash Assets - ,; , $4oo,ooo oo. , ( -ZStna Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn. Cash Assets A j t . $1,000.000 00. Charter Oak Life Insurance Co. Hartford, Conn. '- Cash Assets ' a ; 600,000 00. . " v. ''"'!' ' j. w.aszsBii.'' ' ' ' ' "'",". Oeaieral Iaiursaet Agent, nsrsts iiait, lie. w jnaisi St., . . ,. Bfiraasvrlll. lad. HARDWARE. Ohio Tool Co.'s Bench. Planes; - ; t .---i'i. Butcher Hand-Saw Files ; : Si , , sad S Inch vary Butcher Mill-Saw Files; M 12, 14, aod IS Inch vsry set foe. ' Wheeling Nails;: . j 1 All sizes. .,-,...-:.-,(-,..: Pittsburg Door Lccka ; ' ' AU stsaa. " ' (- fit'.-- - .. .'. v .- t , . . i B"w style , Molasses Gates ; " -' ' ' Hos. 2andS. ' ' V -..:..;.) : - ' . . - - : i Barton's Cooper Tools; ij , ; Tb only good sasortueot in tbs city. ; ; u Distan's Hand n,'and-"RlpTJ" ."ping Saws-;,,-. v . : ;. Spear & Jackson's do. do. .' r t, Meat; Cutters ; , , ? ' ;, ' . ! .1, 9, S, and 4. V s.'t Patent Meat Cutters and Stuffers; ": - ' Turned Ax-Handles; . -1 Large stock. - - -- ! Moulders' Shovels; ; 7 I Scare. '',." Washita Oil Stone; ' j 7. A M per pound worth ft per pound. Patent X-Cut Saws; " " , . X. 7. and S feel. Coal Hods;,:( ..' f, 1 Chsap. ' " ' '- Shovels and Tongs ; : Coffin Laco; . : ' 't a a:-1 A l ZD s.r cent, less tbaa other boi Sells. Also, a complsts aortma ; of other Bard ware at aai at :',;.! " Lowest Cash Prices"' T " wbolesalo and retail, at . f , T; JACOB STSAUB dt EOST'S, ; 74 Main street. decS dlw TOTS, NOTIONS, &e, TOYS, YANKEE NOTIONS, CAND1ES,&C. A. 1 li ''VJCIIIUBT. X7t TAKE PLEAS17BB I SATIHO THAT VV ws have returned from tha test, aod receiv. ed and have aow ea baud tbe largest stock of ail kind of , ' ' Toys, Yankee Notions, J . t--,.. Tansy Goods, Caadiei',!'; Io ovary variety, 0. . 1 Tha largest ."oek la thia U at lower price than any otty which w wilt Com. aad buy your want, for ,h. HoU."-" " '1 Btore,accompnilwithth. U.....JZ. 7. V ' ' VMS Baw BsvBmlBVlllaVk EsAT la MhnLaL. a . 1; ,r-;.f ;-.l "i if. i. S I I "-' City, la on Mata Street, hat . J 4 .lA 1 1 .