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,, , . i . , ,: ''! 4 . , I ,, 1 i , . i - 1 , - t 1 i k 11:t. - ,1 -I ,i , o t ,- I ' ' Ill ' - 4 1 , li , il.' 11,' I ,.. , i t i ,' t . 4 t ,I, ,, i 4 i 11' . t, - - t : t ti i !. , .,- ,, I , 4 '1 , 40 4 1 'rho best. Roll 'Wiens 'aware on ear All orders innoommounanoolom GREE COAL , , r , , t 1 , ' 7.: , ' ill4 ....- ,v''::;,:, :;,.., Tio , - 1 , it , - 1 t . - - , WANTED. I yr.. - ' WAN TED. , VVANTED.--IldfitfiDIATILLYA. PARTNtli, with one busetted don ire in wish, on which trots five to tea dollars per der tan bo med.. - Also., a few good 061111111 ers sit No. 13 stootel street, between LOCU4t "Ltd Mein. EVane vire, Ind tob7-St FOR SALE. - - Good Farm for Sale at a Bargain. VIST BALT SOUTLITAST QUARTET STO V lion 30, 'Township 6, hang 10-40 sates, .80 acres in coltivotiol ; good Log Intim with 3 rooms ono porch ; large Log Baru, Stable, Comet-1h, desokehocule; beatiog Fruit Irmo; 10 acres In wheat, 10 scree in meadow. and a good well ot uotar, oil In good condition oad tor sole at sty low figures, it applied tor bnefore the OM cs'op is pet In. Is is 8 milts from arstisviliw: Itsquire of - ALFA Id JOLINKM, ' Iteol It tote Agent, 34 street, ltransville, ladfoh14-nt L-11011.11ALN No. 1 EMU-114R AND TIEN PROON ftla Pa Patent). or wilt en. change for a larger 8afe.t Call al No. 145, Nate Inset, corner of Nein ad Canal, at the Moe of febt1 DN. DI LACNN., A FARM. CONTAINING 180 ACRES, 715 .1-1, acres of which are cleared ; le el:tutted oss tho Ohio River, about ipight miles above Basith lead. for further particulars' enonite of heal7 - J. O. DCSOIJOBET A 00. For Sale, at a Bargain, A O. PORTABLZ INGINZ, oath a iroixl Thrfnhing Machteo and two good Cora. ihollern attached. by J. O. BURNIUT, Lower So-ou, throo.tulits above liondotoon. Wool? thiwtt A BIBOND BAND PIANO YON FALB AT WABNN I,X)N 'MOWN'S. its. set or Brass Band Instruments, warty um, tor Gals V BUY cheap at No., I Alain street. Ntanortils, Ind. jan?,141 NIA (ZILY so NNdiftly (p.10017:RAGE FOUR, HMG lowest Cash prim rl las 24)0 FOB I ILL : i 50,000 x-mmT BEST POPLAR FLOORING tor sals by A. SIMPSON. - , SADDLERY. ', ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, SAD D ,OMMMOIM STEINBACH WACK , No. 67 Main, Street, " ,. , , - 'EVANSVILLE, IND.. WN NM' OONITANTLY ON NAND A full satertment of all sco,Cs bleu line. but call the special atteution of Moralistica tad Sad dlers to our auparior 11011.31t.O0LbABS, ed, tualead of with ,buchles and straps, with A. litalubach's newly invented and patentvi t 2 VIERLISTING, Cf-:ollar177L1431t011teril'. The advantages of this Fastener are-11. D111111 bility. the Fastener warranted to outlast the Col lar; 2. basing of time in putting the oiler on one off the borm's neck ; S. heatness et Amish. This Collar is worth a balf-dollar more to the Winer than the old fa,hioned ore. , , gamine our stotk be.ore you, buy, and you will Writ money. decle dka MUSIC STORE. Q. W. T. CONTEMN. WARREN CONYNGTON,' Dealers in Pia,nos, Melodeons, ' Nra s c , And MUSICAL MEMORANDUM, , No. 1 MAIN 8 HUM, , N4 EVANSVILLE, IND. ". FANCY GOODS, TOYS, 41,m - Instilment' of all kinds Tuned aud Repaired. Tho best Italian Guitar, Violin, and Boni 13 Wogs Mtwara on nand. edir All orders promptly filled. - Jon& tf COAL. GREEN RIVER ,, OFFICE, No. Water Street . ' " Betven Naha & Syesmore, (Up !Rafts) A coNsTAtir surruir (nu RAND AND A-1.'teedy for immediate delivery. eillOdSto FIRE IN SURANCE. ,George Stackhouse,. - - INSURANCE A. G- tr 9 No. 6 North Water Street, EvA9191TILLE, IND CASK ASSET REPRESENTED , oncs Eieven Minions of Donars 011,000,000). LIFE, ACCIDENT, FIRE, and MARINIC -,INSURANCE., Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co., - , , Hartford, Conn. - - - CAPITAL strupLus over 99,000,000 09 - Travelers' Insurance Co., , Hartford, Conn. CAPITAL & SURPLUS ..... 19 Hartford, Conn. CAPITAL & SURPLUS .. ..-050Tt593 10 Fncenix Firs and Marino Ina Ca, Brookiyn, N CAPITAL BURPLUS.--01,510,840 119 Baltic Fire Insurance Co , Now Pork. CAPITAL SURPLA:1841,130,000 00 decla-cl6m FITM Wb THE EVA11SV3LLE Insurance Co. Authorized Capital, $1,000,000. - Charter Perpetual! In Succesqful Operation Dar. lug the Past Fifteen Years. , NO PREMIUM NOTES to be ' Signed! ' NO ASSESSMENTS ! NO VEXATIOUS DELAYS! Deiached Dwellings may be insured for 1, 3, or 5 years, as follows: Three years for 1 the annual rate, or 5 years for 3 5 the annual rates. ,- Insure in a Company which you know to bo SAFE. Insure in a Company which PAYS , LOSSES PROMPTLY. , , - Insure in- a Company AT HOTtlEs Whose Board of Directors YOU KNOW. 110AIftortato losisranso oft Cargoes. Flatboats, dito.. ot fair rotes. Tank STANZA ARA A SUITICIIIIT GUAN ANIEN OF TOL INTEGRITY Or TIM COMPANY. AS THIN ANN - INDIVIDUALLY litABLIA NOM ALL LOSSMS ' DIRECTORS- - I COMMIS VI Jona B. iolpx",,, OILL111011 DI 011E1, KORKIIT Båaami, Vs. M. J. BILAT, JoBN 'Nous, Jig WUZELBS Wm. Bikowati , M.A. Lamaism'. ince in First National Rank, , Cor. First and Alain Rs. 1 H. Q. WRINLES, Pre'st. , , - JAB.H.CUTLICA, Seoy. oar O. P. PARSONS will allincl to thebusinome ot the Vonapany. usait C. ;WV. . Zt$ Daitti ffounat. ,- -- JOURNAL BUILDINGS; , ,,, . LOCUST STRICW1w,f ,, A 0. ' ' IBITIVELS FIRST AND WAT1114 , f ;r , 'r::.-:-L--"....'-'''''--......-------",..........,-,.--. w P.,, 4.' ofli I .14,-. 1Iiiill eigi,41.1t itt i ' ' , , 11,AIIROAD .., , "1-1 I 11 WA- )3 Ed : ..,.. .... . . Takes Effect 'Thursday; Nov, 9,1864. IVANSTILLIC & CRAWYOUBSTILLE,i , , - a -:-: soma MOAT. I b LOPPeo- -, Arried. - Arrive,. ... -- issurvills. Inman's. T. Hauls Accommodation. SAO A 10:27 A II 2 :15 P 11 , Mali ..... .,,,, ,..i, :15 A it 11 :47 a a a ,..,e,0 le In i I Vincennes Aco'ne 2 AS r st i 6:15 is a ' i. I , . . GOIAS SOUTtio t 1,0 1, '), .7 it . , . , , , ., Liars. Loam.- ' ,Avrive. , '- ' - Terre Haute. Vincennes. I'Vills. Vincennes Wm . -...".. 41:80 A m 9 :15 A Freight Am' m 6.:60 A m 12 :99 r is 6:001r a 1 Mail............... S:90 r 0:34 r a 0 ,tta ii, M t-- - r ,--e,,r,3:o TIERS HAVIZ & INDIA,NAPOLIS9 Lome. Artie. Night 112:06 A 111 AecoamodatiOa............--,,...71i6 A at. 6:30 r 120 s I II:15 s N.xptßinli000mo ipe TPA :2.5 r .;;29 "X ,v, ,t allussissirri R. R. 1.1, FROU Goimg East. GoiNg Wod Mali 64,64å I:20 P 5 :65 N Exprout , moos. JO :i5,5 :00 Pawlettiters tor '" 1 , st,,Loris IND CIIRO 1--, 1eaving tvaneville at 2: SO, P. M., make close coo. nectioa with the 11. A. M. M. B. at VI' maim ; arrive at bt. Louis at 1: SO A. M., sad at Cairo at 5:60, A. M. , WEDNESDAY..1...t.SETtRUARY 14. City- and State. ter The Terre Haute Cal Company hae declared dividend 01,5 per cent. serbLaborers 'are busily. engaged ;leaning the upPer part of Main'strist: That part of it is much improved in ap pearance. - le"' The New-Albany ind Jefferson" villa Railroad has been completed. Tfie first train passed over the road on Ref,- urday. , , e. SW'Mr. Golden's Theatrical Pomp. ny has returned to Terre HhuteLhed will play this week there. The ,--conaplt ny will then return to this city, and close - : the Season. , 27, , 4110, ' Monism) OrtThe 34th Indiana Volunteer Infantry were mustered out,. of service last Friday, and are ea route for home. The regiment is expected ht hditinapolis early this week. 1 r' Igr There are only eight.e.e:ci: dates for the office of Sheriff of' Wayne county, this State. He who geth,the votes of all the other candidatew,will stand a chance to win. - I I war We bad a QM yesterday' from J. A. Signaigo, Esq.;1' Italian Consul 'at Memphis, and for a number 4)f yehrs connected With the Memphis press.. Mr. Signaigo hie just returned from a trip to Italy. '; stir The' large four story. business house tor g'oelker Blount;'od ldhin street, is fist approaching completiopt and when completed' will.. form 'one of the most , imposing' business boihei In the city. is builtin connection with their extensive stove foindryt atid Is designea sale and warp house. 't , , 05 gieL.Mr.). T. Belshire,:from Jordara ville, New York, bat been in' fhe'Scity for a few days, trying to: learo ti?e late of C. Harter, ;Assistani' Surgeoil of the S. C. Infantry,"who was, a phssen, ger' by the'unfortunathldissoeri. ,Ur. 8. visited the wrecki anti; found w,box with'thd bame olhit friend on-,- it, but nothing else. , 41 StarThe-Vigo :Cointy Convent-ion, to select delegates to attend ths State Con vention on the, 4-eanie off on ,Satur, day, at Terris Amite: The, Conventions throughout the State seem, to hive been well attended and conducted with great unanimity of fheEng and unusuaLenthuslasm.-- , ,, RAILROAD ACCIDKNT.--The Fort Wayne Gazette toys an accident occurred- on the freight train going east on the Tole do, Wabash d; Western .,Itailway-Inear Versaillery on Friday morning Jast, by which the train was thrown down an em hankment, killing two of the employees of the road, named:James O'llrien; re siding at ;Versailles-, Indiana,-eiid Jerry O'Connell,-1 of 3acksolivplev. Illinois. The conductor was. badlyi iniurid, 'and a gentleman' tiamediKinbray,-w-71rover, suffered the fracture, of kleg.-.1 The loss to the road is $20,000. ' . . - day1,1 since beardless boyfast young manthe- top wave- of society, in his own'estimation, with iood parentage and respectable coniection, engaged of a tailor in Richmond, Ind., a suit of fine clothes for the-sum of CIO, which debt he discharged by giving a check on the First-National Bank of that place. The tailor discovered-the next morning that the check Walfs!nOt worth a cent, and his cuts tomer, bad de camped. Fast young meh we Lave nowa-days. Sralous ACCIDIPMYeaterday m-orning a serious accident occurred on First street, near Behm's Commercíal ;Col, lege. Mr. Joseph Forth, who is conw 'noted with a and sale-stable on Third street, was thrown front tie buggy and ' bad his right ankle Berionsly in. lured. The injury is a compound frac ture of the ankle bones, andis consid ered a dangefous one. It is hoped that the leg may be saved, baDrs. Bray and Thompson express doubts as to the cer tainty of such a result. Mr. Forth had' been exhibiting one of his horses to a 1 stranger who was desirous of. making a purchase, and had driven the animal for some time, when his friend asked to drive. Shortly after Mr. F. gave the lines to his friend the horse became a little frightened, and was checked up. SOMe part of the harness gave way, and from that the horse became unmanage able, and both were thrown out yikh the above result' 'Tile gentleman 'with Mr. F. was a little bruised, and nothing more sitrious. The buggy bed was thrown' entirely off the wheels. , i , - -.01reMki;,'.5W0:0,"74.7.477124.r. 1 T.1:13 4!4!4J' Y'',n",'kr,'LO1lBAeMVSVSMNitttitrt'q., "4.01""164"""'""'''''. tliÐThis is Valentine's day. We suppoae that the usual amount of "bilk duxes" will be sent through the Post 0- fice to-d'a ' d e4oung lady ear not a grear ways- -from the city, who re ceived an exquisitely wrought Valentine that ev,i4ent1,was ,costly fog, lip of that kind. Upon receiving it at the Post Office, she exclaimed: "A (opt an, his, 401411 Iiion-int" rCall tilkhItt-Ait world could a young map think I want ed with such an -article as thieni.The joke will be appreciated, when it is kiown at sblras talking to the young seie Vafelltina He had been waitingto see what she would say, aid he heard. 24 44 t A . Salem, Ind., on Saturday last. lie meeting was an enthusiastic one. Jas. , 'Vey, e sta Ite tad; itTsi4clit 1 , 4. s - 45 trsolne considerable length, during the course ',of whichle, niede some .searct ing and-ecathing-'11rearks 'abottt:ijhe t'S;;;613'' LibertT." -Old Washington gmultY order was, having bad one of its shining lights, Horsce .effrent th9. bully, the blackguarkatntit elreitei.Zto contend , ,,, ,) "' ".."0" w eregret't-at t s repor 41. President's talk with the members of.tle Virginia Legistattry7tbich we print this morning,IS so incorrirct. Had 7re of the copy before it was in type, we should pot. haver publisked Olt:4141 Urrallt copy. Akit. jar -foul riadete mill have to make tholasetal-of Nair , , ,,,,,,,, zrsi uiLigh,s8 hikalczy.--By a private , , letterivive legrn that 'the Pricekprevaib ing in New Orleans on the 6th inst., was, for corn $1 int.15;,,,liay $24 00 g'74 ts ' --Li 1 till) Tão'nlote tkidiiii were reeove erect "'yesterday:, frindwIlici.:vfiecictot:::(4 steamer Illesouri, and trough'i to the city late last evening. They were the bodes tieitoes,firitCatti It-14116. An Ineueeirwate lýerlDettk 'eater day evening. - t IA uLt 1 t . -rot.R, ter Gene. Kinihalrencl Stiles attenai ed the Union Convention at Laftyett? last Saluda? Gee'.ICEMtall terd, religion was tolsiii hfs cnentry." This Is the Gtners,L's theory.7,IMM4h1114 added-thallie pra-Aice was to YgL ror his countrynone:Aid io-more ,effectik any tha;1,higlivt,, L t teiriThe.Wo rtbington Gazette says 040 fort,KIOiliaid..dellir hied donated,to, Indianapolis end Vin cennes railroad', in. Green county, twen ty thoesand 'id-the 'village of Moores.- Trite, Morgan county, and chirty thou sand in Owen county, leaving them only twenti thousand yet to raise.. 14ocal Notices. ,; Information Wanted2 W; Mataligly, of the firth - E: M. Pomeroy: at. co., Cindlithiti,- tea unt Vernon a few days ago, about the, time of the Missouri disaste'r:ttiklai 'no:t ili;Ce been Veltrd Ile was eitler a passenger on the411-fated Missouri,or has been foullyicieelt .Mr. Mat tlingli Wet hhoiti six tea 104 hair and grey' eyes; weireiside whiskers and' mUstacte. He wa4Piobablý,'4r,i,isst etl, in drab cassimere psita di:ess c&d, itUd kiio a 'blii-cit,,p3ercoat. Atte,wort tioublé-case lever gold watch, with Chain of peeullif:coti:4truc tion, la Lel 4. IVO 30 ri,a.C.1 P!.1,1 If Mr. Mattingly,bas been lipat, eral reward Will betp-ai4l Jett-v.44 in formation which will lead to the teclovery of Lilo body at )1c CLouD , ter Charles' E.' tfarsh lvill Miser a lecture on Commeictal:f;aw tollato stu dents of Behm's CommercialliCallege this (Wednesday) evening' erg o'clock. Subject: VoutFacts,7 ,,e - , rilaIrPiof. Buck tas a- large, fine; atid well ,,ealected stock pfielorefty ,RUhe latest styletrand paiterns, of the moat eiegaat.,designs, whiók"he the lowest yoasiteeAatle.,'F,111 ylofanor emPloilVeone but the most experiered and accomplished iUnsegatial- ly bit Work' on ""wlitcie:le-Witiÿ,- & , . maywell be warraated: pzir mg 014,15TDA714-AtenitirOof Company ,136th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, can' 'ol3tain ;their' 6ertificates of Service for one 1;iiiiiired 4ii4, Viap plica'tión teth'e 'nnder' sIgned:" jj .j Ji4OLLING8WORTEll Pa pl. , ttirGreat,'altfebtlon,.' Autchinson's Gift Book e Store - to6day;-- Four' tiiive't Ice- Pitchern three-Opers 'Olasses,--tee Cake Basketerqc be- distvibutialamont the -purchasers Books,- Bibles-,- 4nd Photoiraph Albuinkilit 'LAMS ApoPula4t Book Store; - Go one,-go,w11;-4 !!! rkti w J. The xted 18.104.22.168A Bi,tters,1 im part vigor, to the feeble without prodneing nal due physical br mental excitement,' and recuperate not only the, relaxed and 7.411 bilititté a , frtime', hif th'e; "co n i iti ti'on I ' !'' .,,,fe611SwIt t , tzr htemtars , Co,, A, 13fith rep ment Indiana voluntoers7,, ca? ;Obtain their certificates by, Calling's 'on Phili p Euler, at,hlin'Shul)ert's store, on First street, next door to Lowry ,s Bank.' ,,tEirjf lott want i fine Photograph Album, or a Family Bible, call ,' at Hutchin'iiiii'i Gift Book'Stoili,'134 Main strect,,,A, gift with, every BOok, Bible and Album sold, varyflig,In'valiLefrom' fifty penis to fifty dollars. I Two Frame lIouses for Sale low--te 'be - removed about tile 5th , of March next'. -':, t-t-J , S. E. GILBERT Sz. CO. , feb12-5t " " Groceries givg 'cOuitiZdowkitind Par sons, Scovill & Co., are selling 8 lbs of broirn.eugar for $1 ; 4.1 icoffee for $1 ; and the best tea that is brought inio this inarkiit forI2' 'IV they' have also it feir barrels of choice" East.; ern appleit. Call early' and secure Alva bargains; ' L'New Grociiy::1 : lw - No. 72, Main Street. , ., , , , . , . , mwarat, 1 - I '' I , , ' .) ; ,c3 , , , . , , - ..) ' . . ,. , ., ... .. i .?', ' - , l''',',") .. , ,, . - , . . i , ' . - ... ' -- -,- , .. . .... .,,,.. .. , .................,, ..........--,,,.... . . f-71 (1 r ki11.1110T. - ATARKET REPORTS. PROPOSALS, - , - .0, , , , T r--4 . gla-LCI ti tratt 4 amt. BE sic,ot ivED ,k Monetary. e., at the County Auditor's office, uotil the fee . itranaviu, February lg. ond Monday ot Ittareit,t, 166, for the Med.cat At. . There is continued closeness in the Money mar- tendauce to the County koor and Prisoners in the County Jail for one year. yarticularn turniahed ket. Currency is scarce and loans are diMcult by aspikattion at ler cffice-P:::.0888 .. 4 ;88 ' 8- ' tPobta.u. though .8 glit.edged "bills can be placed .. 10,12 . VICTOR hI4C11 County Auditor. ' - A' glattll filtrot14 ant.t ii it ic,or ;,,,-E; . ,k Monetary. at the County Auditor's office, uotil the eec . Evanavitt, February 13. ond Monday of Marsh. 136,,,for the Medcal At. There in continued closeness in the Money mar- tenudnatrzi trCooneen7ty Pr.00ri,:ur d Putsoninstruerni ;tilt ket. Currency la scarce and loans ara difficult by appitcoMon et my e7liceil::",..- ,. - 4 ''t ' ' ttPobta.u. though " giltedged "bills tan be placed lebil . VICTOR BI4CH, County Auditor. 1 at the banks. to moderate extent, at from 10 to eltfittO PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED 12 per cent., where applicsnts are regular deposit- 1,34s1. the County -Auditor's office, wail the IOC. ors and cuatomers. end blonder-of Marobs 1806,- ler Keeping and Maintaining the Poor at the County Asylum, foi New York Exchange Is in fall supply and rstee one pr mere years., I Particulars furnished by op nominal. On the street, sales are made st from nliestios et my a thes4a- a MICIOLEIliaNs 1 I par to onetenth discount. Bank rates, regular, "12 Coanty Auditor. iwalassaaaansiars par buying, one-tenth selling. Gold closed In Now York to dsy at 138. Rates AMERICAN ORGANS. here as follower (..,1,,:ii Li ,..'f-s :-S ...is 4,1,... r At ,Mle 4110 a 4 Gold, buying......-.133 Selling ...........---139 li - Silver, buying 1.31 belling...... 1.32 Government bonds were a shade firmer, and the following quotations are reported by the Evans - ,,,,,,.,,6- - ,,.A-. ' - '''' , ville National Bank:" .) , Buying. Belling. ..- 1 '"I''14 . '.... ' À 5-20's WC...-. ....tea lea . ,, 44,, 1,447!". ,, 4 ..4.,4.4 i't- 520's new.. -.... .- -101 102 ..,-,--- '' 10.40's ..93 94 ..,'" -40 730a, August............ 99 99114 , 7.30s, inne 99 , . 9,,A4. ........................,,,e.........................., r.t........... 7-30i, July. ----... .....99 1044 The following quotations are from the office trf .egontok,..-- ,ri.,1 1. Z : I j. 0 11 Vi W. J. Lowry i Co , Bankird; No. 1, First street: e-n---g- 11 -11 t 11 Til li SiSIMMS 6rDS. .. ,.... tr. S. Treasury notes. ton lara,,U ansit iji,a.111 A. Itil 1411 ILL, 1 National Bank notes. -41 State Bank of Indiana.4 ? fitiliCals 1110. 10111 State Bank of Ohio. , ,o,,w . - , ,,,,,, le .s VSCOMIISIC. ' - Indiana Free Banks .01,,,:........-.1 to 10c die. -..zi12,S1v111:0 LA,LsIT:' Missouri 4 ....... 6o " ' Eastern Bank hotes...t.-ri.............. 5c " Bank of Tennessee- .. ..,. . .-80o " . , , Planters Bank it-'sic. '' - . .... 55c a WM 1 1 Union Bank-- ... . .. ---- ......... ...... .Who " Other Tennessee Rank's- ...... .....---.40.to 90c " ili "il 021iGnalki Z - '4 Virginia, North and South Carolina, Geor- sr- ,..,4 .. !,,,j gia, Alabama and Lontolana.----10 to 90e " taMAXIMACTOli. ,,l ", C44) !."1 Evansville Dry4S4"esda Market.. I I Corrected by Ifidx, at 11; Co. --0.- , , Evasecrala, Feb. 13, 1860. 1 It will be observed tharthere Is a general re duction in the price of aliðiestlee of 'beatings, shirting". prista, and ticittnp?,::The trade, Mon. day and Tueeday, was ritillksotive, and a great Improvement over last willek; 34 The Dry Goode morket 4,9 144 a decided down. ward tendency the bit fe-ew der, and even lower figures msy be reached beforg: the close of the e week. a. a BROWN SHIZTIPi A D SHIRTING& Standard Eastern Shetal L.; ... .s.to ukdi elannetton. ...... !......... -.4. 81c Medford - ...- v...ia,4.4 .........80e Bowardi . 404 Tremont- .', 3.-.. lz-r-.-------370 auburn . yr 1001.0f Al, n.....56 Boot S fine.- ii.. 4 4 ..... .......-aeo e H 66 lor Ontol I. .. ... . ..25C Great Fall, M line.-.13-1,4.i...v.........-........90,3 Englielt .. ......... -.0--temei..-de ,-- - '22)0 BLEACHED SHERIllittitID SHIRTING& 44 Hope. -, . - IKtel - ..........40e 4 4 Uxbridge .......tts,......a..-. --.........40e 44 Balton . . - .... ..i....9,....,.............42c 4 4 Red Berth-- 4...,,....,....0 ...... ..............32e 7.8 Ballots 74 Bed Bank 2130 7-8 Linsdale 4 ....... 4 27c 7.8 Putnam... .1.. 4-e ..........303 ... 34 1131den -224: 3-4 Cortimonwealtb.....4-. ...... .,,y....... ..... .....-2003 P31 NM, Spragues.......,.........4.rr;....:;. ...2,, American Gionomter.... .0.4. at ,, 22o Am osketsg. ... -04-4... "''' l'.',. . ......2 to A lien's - .44:.. del .e,e; .-..-- X?' Freeman - t.-14. "21 Mourning ..,.... .4 41. -..MYtte TICKING. ; 44 Conestoga ......- t.....t.-...i ..... .............. 603 7.8 " n,....4A,..t..,........--... - 653 Yor k- ... -.800 .60e Star. 4ro 046 W 1 I low Grove.........4!....etio,...... ..... oo goo 45e Kellyvit le ...... ...---,..--1......-......--40,3 Delaiuse .., 30 to 833 " all wool.. '' rti...1,;." .... 50 to 66o Limeys n. ...1, . AO to 60o Ceat's Thread .... .............e..,........... ....... 11 10e Green di Dartiel.'s Thresti...1...,,........ 25c Vic torts . ...4 .... at.-(3.... 10a Skirt Braid.- .... .......4......-.....cti................11 10 , ' aa ' ... Evansville Produce, Market. , 'y.v&setiLta, IebrilarY 13- The produce market its. remained about the same as during beet wadi; 17 there was any change, it was a little livett Monday and Tuea day. 1 There is no difference li, prices, except in Tim.. oily geed, which has advpoCled to 14(44 50. The trade in groceried lei much store active, aud business in teat line4eiproved considerably. We note no changes in piles". BACON-Dull at 20c forelear "ides. BULK MEAT-In damaged at 14.10 and 17c for shoulders, sides and hamiseess CHEESO-k-Wastern. Beaaiya, firm at 21132134. FLOUR-Dull; Superfinumay he quoted at 17 (V 25; Extra at 17 506t 4414; XX at 18 501g0 00; XXX Faintly 10 00e910 .,clo. white "theist. 111. WHEAT-Nominal ettAkg 751 85 for old and 11 50(41 60 ae per quality for new Red and Wh its. OATS-Steady at 35a40c, from wagons, and 45 450c from stores. .....11 - CORN--Scerce and in 104and at 45450a from wagons for ear corn, andilr80c for shelled in sacks. , CORN MEAL-May be qiiptedi at 133 25 per bbl. for unbolted ; ism bolted, 83 50(43 75 per bbl. BABLET-Steady at 80cgl 00, and dull. BYE-Nominal at 75$1, and scarce. FLAX SEED-In fair demand at 1 75(54 00. CLOVER SIED-May be quoted at 17 004 7 23 front wagons. TIMOTHY SEEDe.Steady at 14 00(44 50. FEATHERS-Live 50455c. GENSENG-Steady at 60(pti. LABD-Dull st 181520e. GROCERIES-Active,but with no change in quotations. NAILS-Steady at 8 00, with usual advance. COFFER-Ittrm 28(430e for Itio. SUGAR-Firm at 15416. . MOLASSES-Firm at 651A00..' STRUP-00c811 25. HAT-Dull ; loose 18 to 110; baled 114 to 115. POTATOKS-Iti demand, and are held at 11 00 0125 per bushel. HIDES-Firm lit 63 for green, and 12(412 for dry dint. SALT-Steady at 60c per bushel. WHISKY-Steely at 1215(42 25. WOOL-Dull at 251a403 for deece ; weshed 4511 50c. Lumber Market. livansvikta; February 13. The lumber trade continues active, and large shipments are made for parties up' the Tennessee it4 Climber, land rixtos,,The gupplyILkep,squa1 to the demand for al1sorta of plus, hut the run for the last 41 daye-beefielnieet tittirely'eibaust: ed the.. ripply at goad., seem:met-, Poplar Socrina, whicivIs held at $44 yer at.,1 There is an hat& - 4110 St lith"; IPtIlit;VG064 kQwPvitr4 st First Clear 00 Cont. " Second " Ot.mukon Boards .35 First Clear Flooring .............70075 Common " Common Plue 30 Clear " " Poplar Shaved Pine to h Sawed " Sawed Gg as Poplar (cat) Shine. ... .4X to 4X Chicago Market. r '01 141,1 t; IT ,,,,IttiA9017,,P174,,,,,,IAk Lou R is steady at 7 0047 15 for spring ax-tras; WHEAT is dull and Xc lower; sales all 1741 I7X for No. and 78y2',gwo for No.2. COUN la steady at 37c ior No.1, aad 84o for Ito. 2. OATS are firm at 22X(02230 for Ho. 1, and 19X(41034.c for 140.N. RIZ to firm at 50, far Noi HAILLRV is dull and unchanged. WHISKY is nominal at 2 15. PROVISIONS are fiat and drooping; mess Pork Is held at 26 75, with a limited demand at 2550; bulk Meats are quiet but firm ; sales of 40,000 lb rough Sidee at 13Xo, loose; English meats firm ; sales Of 300 boa Oumberiands at 1330;sgreen Hants subbad1a soli sold at. 103-ic , Lard,la Matt aadosider; eategat 470isto, iii16,74,(417olbli Prime kettle& and 16340 for steam. DRESSED HOGS are quiet and unchanged, at 10 80'411 15; received. 3.644; shipped, 866. LIN'S HOGS, received. 3,086; shipped, nOne the market is moderately aetive at yesterday's sates closing weak ; pale at a 5009 80. , CAVA quiet at 2 7546 30. - Sts lilarketa. , - ! Ail lit Br. leotritalebegarý 12. I:LOGSAlthough the heaviest packing house' have quit buying. there are still two or three packers in the market. We quote ',Hoeg from 9 25 to 9 75. A small lot of 41 bead, assragigg 315 Ike, wee sold at 9 954 1110V1510148-16ork and bacon are quiet and tiochanged. The sales of lard comprised 14 tea prime country at I7c ; do. choice do. at 1.73.ic; 25 knit at .3e. ? r e COAL. Moro Coal Coming. ATArroAlroN IS RESUMED ON GREEN river, sod JOSEPH STEWART E CO. will have a sappiy of Green River Cosi st the Ivens. ritie wharf to-day. A auppilOgiiii be !rata. goo stew tly OA bead. ao2I-d3ar 011too on Kohn's Bost Rom o . . - .aAvozal,. ONALICD PROPOSALS SILL EtECEIVIUt 1-1,atthe County 'Auditor's office until the sec. mid Monitor-el Marobr 1806,- le; Keeping, an4 Maintaining the Poor at the County Asylum, for one or more ram, PArtioulars famished by op? glication st tag a fflote.a A VICI 0 IRTACM, feb12 Connty Auditor. ie,e!reeeieseeeeissesesseeieree AMERICAN ORGANS. L 2floiot: -11,107: iota. AO 64 1 6 11.1- A''.,1-""' i',41A4litarICTOri, Out k...4 CA.) 1,41 p4i t.$ M Tremont, teposite Waltham. -,bts, e-41 r BOSTON, A rt- 4 - -, 4 C.4.; The most perfect end beautiful Obeli:al rostra mint in the weeld tor the Americen listimentele. - e ericanrIgan.4 tti gm 1,4 Makes Nome lee, aed mania and elivetee the Minds elan. beautiful Imite appearance 2-1 and ettects.,...1 t 4 ' , t,r4 A.1 Seventeen-Z17!--Firitt PremiuMirtress "Awarded to the Ameritits Organs in the ateutb of October, leek -ever all competitors, sk different; trate fed, County Tatra. )..1 First Frontline avnirded to the Aruericat Or. gene at the Cleat New York State Agricultural Fair arBocheater, Ceptemberi 18,64.0.over the whole Catalogue exhibited by the eltemCelebteded Makers - , 4 1:4 t, Ç.q tl 10,.."111::0 American Organtik. - Are the only Mil need Organ: nevi-before-the pubttee.., Tiesonly Organ bating a Beverbrathig Boned Box or Wind t,hast,---which has tfe,sema pagt to petform ea the Sound tag Board has in a Plano Fortwito give betty sort a-ewes:Ice of tooe) and 'without which glee Organ trotter inettely blelodeon Wan Orges Zee, The Americ4n-,Organs, 1 - No y have-the Che:tf-or'lloued Ilex, but' have the large Orgaut Bellows,kiring power and great eteadinees ot toss. ' These -mint their extreme tine voicing el the keens and 'petfecting of to Mee, make teem nib s. MOST PERFECT ORGANS!' WN. - ! Thsilori deposit of :storkinaustlip,lialetCof ;ion, slid case; they stool sit ethers. - lb great improvement1 and saperiorityM lonesnA work maseitip of the t , t") ' ' 454Trierictin Orgälis . S. e PlieMlbens in the 'trent reek ,ai the beef:end command a higher Price than any tther reel in atria Mega in the market. A careful, exaculualon of them. in comberimon with Meets writ quickly show their shperiority. t4 Special attention is called tollteMyle-of wort can Organ No. 11, containing the cuper.Octeve Coupler and Sub-Bees. For Churches in want of powerful inetrument, whose means are limited, te price render:tit very destrahm. e Every Organ is Warrnteti to Prove Satisfactory The American Organ' have Ilte- Nevt;thera nog Bound Box, or Wind Cheet,.anth are-fintsbed in the highest style of art, in tbsemeod. Jet Wel. n ut, aud Oak finish, richly Vara lobed. anti Poi imbed, or in smooth ell Bonet, forming elegant pieces of Furniture for the Parlor or Boudoir; and the chit auti walnut (specially adapted tor Churches, Lecture and Lodge Booms. The American Orgsve are all finished with our new Patent ipprovements, containing the im Proved Ape DoubtePellowe, two-Blow Pedalo, and Trestelp found in ,ne other instru ment. eie t -- NEW STYLES Or CARET) Richly Finished and - Highly ,Orna p A oriented. afg0 .0italognesi-sontaintee louts taken from Photegraphs, showing their relative eine to each other, mint free. bold only by -WARREN & CONYTOTON, INTo. 11 Alailn:..Street9 , , Male NVANBYILLE INO.1 ' -.- ,INSURANCE.:, .., ANNUAL STATEMENT ZiE tna - Life Insurance Co., , lixar; .00114 sl'It) qT51 NS Total iniome ror .....Bt AS3,039 57 Biplane, Including losses-- DS 7,805 24 is e ,ap,,heta, - Balance to surplus fund51,1559234 33 ; ILLAT 'r) Assets on January. Ist.1866, 4c-D 030,S523 05. .t. tilIi41 a U 314,4 Method Declared Payable S.) Policy-Bolder rifty Per CentI'3 alit:114 "ido sf..11 ,:-,1t-sOt f t NEW POLICIES ISSUED, FOR 'FITE YEAR 1865.- a 1 :.b U. IL 41 a 2,;!:11A1 f.1,13.titt'qk1611"-1!!"" J. W. IITEXSEN,. teb10-1wd Local Agent, Z ille, Ind. or, ,,,,,,, 1 VINEGAR. Vinegar Factory., DOERING it RENNIN:10F, , . . 0;11 fintls:n. treat. Detwesa Otratant anti pony; trICIP CONSTANTLY ON HAirD A GOOD AV article of Cidor Vinegar, hien we wit! sell at Cincinaati , 10121443m HOTELS. Washiiigtánliout et COIL OF MAIN- dk- THIRD STA, Evansvijlet pad. JAI1ES ITOPRIZTOUSI les Fres Omnibus running to and from ths spot. 0 1 , 117110 HARDWARE. JACOB STUALD & SON DEILINS IN Hardware; Cutlery -& Nails, 74 Main Streetl,k (Five doors below the Washington Honsa.) o;EVanSVilles Ind. trs Speetal ITIVEICIMMXNTS offered to,WItQLE BALI CL811 BUVIRS. feb9-61ndkw tt -71 ,NOTICE.0 1: , r11110 WIEKO: ATTIE -DATZ 01 THIS notice. the undersigned Rieke applica tion to the, Oity 0 unell torperestesioa to build a frame addition of 8 by 26 and F2 by 30 feet to his frame bone situated se, thtalitly end et Lot No. 178, Donation Enlargement of the tits of Deans. stile. 0. DECKER, Jig. Feb 120361 i 1:0041 -14117Ler niVCr and Weather. ativ,ei; 1 niVCr sad Weather. Yesterday wee ,Il!tla cool and raw. Tilers were thin, hazy clouds, the sat making las ap pearance now sad thee.- It 'wail' pleaseat day-- not too cold tor comfort. Tbs water baa agate reached stand point, and is now reported sta Honer. , sel,e.at 014- Ape, -s.'ß , , Arrivals wadi Departures-1 Slues last report the arrival,: aud departures It elude tte Mariner Oindianati 40 Memphis; Ha vana., Nwthvil le to Cincinnati ; Clifton, Cincin nett Wo Memphis ; llocolarttO, Wabash river; Ar tiesciareattoi letanavilletMowena, Cincintati toMashville; Taraecon, Mempitis te Louisville; Mineola, Memphis to Cincinnati; Mercury. flti.;, title to.,Nashvillep end hiary Ament, Lonievillo Evaas4 Chia retern.,1 .1 '.'41 Boots Duo. Amon else, dret heatt.do,&,beee,u, Iudiaoa. She may have passedi lets the, night ; Laura Fenton, for Louisville, is due; the Lumi nary lc due front-14w Orleans; Rebecca and R. Gi inihritr-C!ne ;testi to t pray for Teaaeleie titer rAiktt Deanina ittaittetit Ciik cinuati to Memphie, and the Modison. for New t,. c l'',"","., 4 4,-, e, A. ,it, erBusinese ea 'the wharf yesterday, waseery faits. The regular packet! 'had good businese.--,,,Thert , is still a large amount 'et frieghta awaiting atip' 1 ment for points below lin down trip the Imparer path! bel barge luertabeve Conalton ' The Marlaer and Clifton badisch &needs to Memphis Havana.. for Cincinnati, Ned abOut a Nelf a kid..14.f....TheÑArmadit prate itt with but a fa:r trip.........The Rowena, for Nash. vine. with a inrge tewo mat loaded deep..,,,tee. The Mineola discharrd 77 bales of settee sect hierritt's Express Mercury bad a :toed trip ;for, Zietheit144.4.The Wro.,Whire;.wa'stre iliformed, evil go to Dowilug Green her next trip. litho kali a good trip yesterdsy.,,,The White will no doubt doe good business le that trade,: -as she is sufficleutly run theitaile as., loot sit atitiglfr.i do le).1..r.Tbeltitikli teas tied up at- Memphis reClittly tOr ne.gfectrog tit take out lioense,.....t.atts lie', is open again 1 from 0 incl., nati to Wheeling.........0wing to the " strOtee:Z..tetuant theoperativaa at Pittehart, and the biavy demand' fir- boiler- iron, Ebel m'aterial bait meterially netranned, an well. as being yery q,,,itee-.','-iALPIt.teMitt ina.aufacturer htUt work, and that 'on'y o very -limited extent, 1 which is very likely to greatly retard the work of changing tleInbillar 4 toolleestlrcee' the boats that have-laid ltgo ehante their bellins.......... Mr., Dodds of Leavenworth, Ind., has reoovered euvecaltinivailKd esses"and thee articles trout the wreck 44 the Mitteourt.,,, portion of the an, ticks were found floating la the river near the scene of the Itetoef,leted Mt. Medd only retains them in his possession until they con be ides Clad theirOienert Of Moird'of Statobvitint Ineptetere htlitteinthtlets It St, Louis have submitted a report to the Secretary , of. the Treasury. ceiling hitt. ettentioc to the 'fact that the act of April 22:1i, VitA,Arequirett thd Wee of the steam whistle, dentende mast-hetet Bette, and give. e Neat ahead the pteference...r... Messrs. Cox -44 Humphrey received :d!spetch lastuight staking. that the Sttperiox was Isla up high and dry.; Theo Norma grill-stop at lessee rine Ind take any triights' that 'put have-been lotended for the Superior. She" Wilfb; here on Thursday eveni.g. We did Dot leareot, what point the Superior was troonded Nut it la supe posed to be net fee teem Memphie . .. . Nest Albeny Ledger In enumerating the boats that have been IcatNY biraint, explottiob or sinking, since Dec. lat, 1865, mentions the J. p. Wibb. Ws 'ere happy.to inform.the' Ledger that the L.Webb. was not bunted; did not exPlodaer Mut' bat now plying as regular pasket betwees thle port and flashvillesapd le doint is good bit eineet,...,....T5O Lau: Fenton ,will itts,115 the wharf tide useening,, and- : return Irons hero to Memphis st 5 o'clock this evening. - '''' ' ' '' . Boats Leating TetDaye Gairo.,The grand Armada willies the regular packet for Cairo to-day. Get ready. Peer leOxi towiltereeTheeleiteh gond test lime Hits will leave for Louisville to-dey. t he is a neat easeant it-..et , r Nero Laura,. Ironton., akill leave this 'day' for Memphie and way ports. GleouttegertAtm' tar B01saestea. The St. tnillit Democrat of yesterday says: Ntilptnotitre were' ketoseartly light yesterday, there being few boets in port. It bee Wee come aloe stemark,und that very recently,. that th,:re watt toe touch tonnage en the Western rivers, but the assertion is apparently without bunda ties. Where is that superabundance of tonnage? We should ince to leery. Noe at tit. louts, where, notwithstanding the faCt of all the upper rivers being closed against navigation, thousonds of tons of fr ight have be3n btgging for weeks for shipment to New Orleans aod way points, and is sti,1 to store. If the tonnog is un, one' to the demand now. it is feir to suppose that it will be more so, when business hi renewed on the upper rivers. Few parties are going on the market every dey, trying to buy steernboate, and that kind of stock, servic3abie sidewbeel and stern. wheel beats, are inc.easing seadily and surely in value. The weather is mild and Indfcative of further ranee-. Tbere bee beemu"neneidailibisTille in the 13 isscurl, Now ranch we have notlearredtand the river has swollen here nearly two feet. There wrieltrebably be tnt feet of water hence to Cairo this week. Large ordure of Ice floated in the bar. bor, probably from the Missouri. The Ogden leaves the mouth for.Leavenworth this moriong. The Louisville Courier of yesterday says: The river was elowly rising yesterday, with 5 feet 2 inches water la the canal in the eveniug by the mark. During the previous 14 hours it bad swollen some two inches at the head of the and sit inebee at Portland. The weather has been Meetly and lowering for 48 hours, though no rain has fallen. On the falls last evening there were three fest two Witte waterta the. pass dowes,the Iodise chute,. sect lowly till- r7- with at prospect ,ttlet Might litre frorn-the uttnerteaters. 1 The officers of the mailboat yesterday reported , a rise in the Miami. At Pittsburg at aces yesterday, as we learn by special diepatch, the river was rising. a ith 6 feet water in the chatinel by the hioongahsta mark. , Ice was runniug freely out of the Allegheny, with no departures of boats. The M re had arrived , from St. Louis. The Cincinnati 'Commercial of yesterday says The weather was damp and cloudy yesterday, with Ind icatione of snow last night, and the mer cury ranging at 40 degrees. At Pittsburgh, the river was &ding Itst night, with 9 f et in the channed -, At Wheeling, there is 12 feet.1 The rivet is also rising -rapidly ,at Marietta.: Here, szandha.stersiarilrowjeulciihneax deurlowinlyg h2t4, leowitth.inlOthfe,,e citnitale,nacnedtiooLfemitisoyull,t's.be,oThosheiresi &loot iles Loner Ohio. There are ff Inel Lin ing hest in the Cumberland.' , , ."'"1"4 COAL,4 , TIA DOMANI I ei-:),T -CICOA mirviEs. Mee on Water Street, Between Main "-- and Lacing Streets.- loF.L, a 'constant supply, and orders promptly Iliad. cal HARDWARE. am. 11S05. , , !SSV1 : ,. V 1,;èti A .,rd 3.; ,,,,,,,i . , 40i 0 Ivrt - I ;' I 1 s, IMPORTHRS AID DNALIIII - t it-zzf; ,; ", -Ah: ',A: ci :1,4 :Jr.', 11,iso : - a. , ,. ; a ,- OF -Ty -- - lho L : . i Z: -. t, cz F'l R SI- S-T ll'E .e,1 4 F., (SION NIG PALD4LOCIL4'.."- punt ante tt)1013 , , . , r; : , , , S, : 0 Cir 4" - ' A --C4 i V - t ,, Ktottlan rAcKlas. FOB CAIRO. coLtrmBra AND itrAPIllo 't FROM EVANSVILLE. The Steemer LAURA. le liatTONip 'nee. woitiong Captetwa..r.cca.lita Green. Clerk: .teeirecto stoototillitarnX414ak inas.os 3 o'clock p. In. l'or freight or passage apply on bosrd, or to fehlt-it r JNO. B. HÅLL4 Agent. reople's Line. sPrg4 OWZNSBOSO ZOITI811111.1 New and Zlegant Steamer a MU t TV ..96n LI 1,714. fk 17117 ZIARKFAMEN A ni J140. Clerks. WM. - 4 Lowv,e Rostock It Co.'s wherf.noat every Tule DA .1,4 6 ealock 0. auti fijil0144113$ o'clock For freight or peonage apply to feb10-tf UoTON & Agents. TOR plrEEN WEER. The Fleet anti Elegant Pt:amer LAIITZaik WM. IN risTE, Jot: trig? ti , Master. - wave' Evansellia very- MONDAY anti THURSDAY Oa o'clock p. tn., for Rochester sad all way porta.- - , - . "'or freight or passage apply on board. Jan29 tf Regular Tuesday Packet for Pada-Eastport- The elegant Light-Draught &owner A. J. trilliekSfr,'Capt. C; alt. Will leave Evansville every Tursiday at 4 o'clock p tn. Or tb abovo sod all intarniadlato porta. snaking sonneottes at Jobnaonvill.. with the Rail. road tor blashville, and at Eastport with ths regular packets for Florence. Alabama. For freight or penance apply on board or to doc14 dtt a. HUSWS A (0.. Agents. Regular Evansville, Paducah and Eastport Packet. The spts3ndid mew side-wheel Panel:kw littmaser trill'1'.14' CA LU LI ET - t , j 1 - JeHN P. McOLAIN, Mastar 111.)... A. I. PDWARLIS, Clerk, Withitiave Prating la tor Paducah, Eastport and all lutsrmediate Peacetimes River landinsa t Every Friday, at 12 IL , , For ft:eight or passage apply ou hoard.. des29 tt ' ,t,s4 People's Line racket. , TUZ NEW, PASSENGER 114, VIE r- - 1t- NortmA.N - 4 ie. Nv I 6. IDA DAT. JOHNS Clark. 1 JOE. -- A Leities Huston 00:9 Wherfbost, footof Vela Street, for ' ta , t- 4a,t, LOUTSV RA,1 Ivory ,5111IIIDA AND FRIDAY I 4 Woo): it. tn. ) 1. . Coutecting st Louisville witlf Pitchete Sor Oise elattott and the Beet. ' e' icor freight or passage apply to ,t,L5,,-,0 '.1sufttf ' klitleTON CO., Agents EMvansvi e and Louisville Packet -,- TLa Fins Strumer .--rek - - 0 R N , WIL13.-N- MAMMAL Will ply as a Regular Psteket between II:van-reale and Loulavi ile,leevinu Evanevil le 1. ILIESDAYS and FRIDAYS. at 4 o'clock P. M. and leaving Louis ville M0.111.DATS and THUIL4DATS. at b o'clock P. IC 41 skjadt JNO. B. BUJ,. Agent. Regular-Friday Packet for Nash-- ville. Th'it Magma Passeni:r &rimier irms.'.wamovv'à' '" J. .10. Ntr . J. RAM Tartoor... outer. T. W. WILSON ..... .-Leaves Ivausville every IgDAY at 4 o'clocit P. M ' Treight received end receipted for el 411 boars by - HUSTON CO , Agents g - t Row ''' SHIPMENT. , 30--Cents per 100. tr,t,r7rre',,a; - Imuweetil JOIIN B. HALL. WILL RVOICIVE IIREIGIIT and Saga tor tt Through to any point ou the Coat bet laud River below Raab vine. bbippera and buyers cats advance their ow in. tomato by sending their goods to LULL'S Wharfboat- - deetb dit krat IVIA1 L. Evansville ez Cairo Semi Weekly:Nail Line,,;!i, , , - NICW PASSItNOIll STRAUB .,ÆRAIt:AT)A CAPL'JOSIfil. THROOP, .;1 A c; , ;;01-1.2VRIVIER tr t44eLs; A iT LOWT11-4 . 4 -a ,$: 'L , LEAVES .EVANSVILLE EVERY - moltt.ty.- THURSDAY and ,1 SATURDAY,: At 2 o'cloc'k P. NI. , , LEAVES CAIRO EVERY - TtrzsDAT.L FRIDAY one 4 THURSDAY, SUNDAY. On Arrivalpf the Train. nes. Thole beet" have been refitted indite, nod ars war in Amite order Lir tbe aceogiretsini..4 of passengers. n7 Freighta reolived at all boars by - HUSTON CO., Agents. Regular Tuesday PAcketEvant , I 1 The elegant Light Draught Steamer kr'41LI ..11.1-1, C4 Co KIT, P VANDIG11111 Muter.: Will leave Ilvaneville for bisehvilla. as a regular packet. EVICItIr TEthltDAIr, at 4 o'ciock p dpciti tiff GROCERIESi e 0" 11 1 ;?, -t : o Cfrt 0,C ER! a Pmfb , T woi4wURSP1CÝTALY-INFORM friends, and the public. that have opeaed oat a fresh and desirable nisch et Staple:. & rAndy 1 ( Roc ER1Es t4;;; 11' A r) Provisious Sagar-Cured Hams, t -1 Haat Iausage," - Teas, sugars, Coffees,--Coal Oil abd ti Wooden and WillowWare, ifte, r o. &ILA. t an LOCUST STIttET, 311 Between First anti iceend listrieg purchased Once the late villas; set nutted to otter goods a lowest : Aprtrcliis S. All-Orders prohiptly filled, and de livered to any part qf the City. Thankful for past favors, renewal of the pat ronage ot tamer friends and customer is unmet 17 eoi trite& tuba 31a r ' , J. 8. DAVID. NM - COMMISSION.1. 711"," BRAIWILt " tt,t t. TI1014.0. SMITH. NEW HOUSIG, tiltAW FIRM. - STIAEPE SUITH, GENERAL COMMISSION '"6 !--asu 4 4 PRODUCE DEALERS, - No. 5 South Water Street, - isbitAin EVANSVILLZ, &Wears. - , - - . - , , - : , - - - , - ' ' '2; t 4 4 t ' 0 r P., A , - , .41 0113,rP "liEGULAR PACKETS, Evansville, Shawnee Iowa and Patin. cab Regular Low-Water Packet.-,-, lite Tine hummer , to.r74.1111 ADA ' LYON, LAP.!"--411 3gitlit Q. WM. CONAltriemed..Neaoi lemitots PAT. , 'lite ADA LYON will run regniarly between the alPore points leaving every Friday and Tuesday at 12 M. w ti take Cairo freight and pairen. gem, re-shipping at Paducah. - Title arrangemeat la. permanent during taw. water, and paseeng re eau rely au her remaining in tee trade eating low.water rieneva. 1 Tor freight or paimage apply ow heard'. k 4 , - newt tf - (Marlowe...ay. 1S65., IS65. :Spe Cd; SAfety":4L111 , Comfort. , Louisville, Evtule- villa A - ti,NAND ;4 IS 4 . ,,E ,ta I , neMPhiS '1r , .,t, t: , , Packet ' Company a 4,4 ,.'S , 4 ;41, '1 .6 : k.1 f I The "elegant Passenger Steamers 4,., 4. 4 t jf-r7414"17--- RA7111 Olt; ,, . ORO. o. HART " --k . BaCCE AL VOILL..----'-"-1""""I. ..... -CLctilL. sOt;oa. it gin IA immatANDL041P0 0.!I itit II.. c. I -; e4,1,11 LiBERTY NO vr--7-0 .4 .4 4.1 ' ' nassig ,:f. , SAM ARCUEIL I i ri ira), JUDGIL, A III the bossier Packete tot Louisville aud 11 Memphisatilt boat making one trip per week- ; f 1, , ki FOC freight or pantsge apply en board, or te y,4011.14 D. HA LL. Ot t A ..ti;.. 110:2T DOX. u.,s.11AIL LINE .1 a 4 la !.....4.144 ! .1-0 : .ii --- Louisville' ahtrilettilerspn ' f ' , i,; s, I ,Nt SemiWeekly Line..i tre,'t tir-it 7,4 r.-rt t 66:,!; 16 1166 1"' ,hirT4 JI .1111;:;t! ; - t.- 4 f, 1,, 6. P , , ! ,The Ziegant Now ramouger &tomer , k4 k-'1":110SE ILITE ' la EON BA WAIL D.iiMoo4i0044ito.o..0100111i 4 S 1 s M !' diA .tvt. Pr " J. T. IloCOMB31' RANK' 1117BUT - taie' Z11111111Fille 0;443;4" " i ,14 , ,, 1,14. Monday. -.171 17,L-1-,Teursday, ,Wadaesdaya et la , Saturday ! N-r ef. ja t ao2Slt , , COX & BLIMPLIRSIT, Agouti. nom, QUEENSWARE.b-,-. , ..0 t ,o, ,012 N-Ew., e JUR M I 1 ,.; A , 4'4 4 ; al .4,4 .; 4 to , r o a a .- ' , , - t t 1 , , . -C.,,ó ,...., ,v1tk a; I A, , ,,, , .,.,. 1:0" 4, ....' ,,Vyivr,. . , ,....0..- . $.1111 ., .z.t:,:a . ,,, '""lt..,",, ,,,,,,,joito I I " a"74WIT;;Mtilatrillo--."1" r es V i, ,,. 4 .... ".a mi4f,1-041, . J.17,DARBOURILCO, QUEENSIVARE 444ð,,li, Ir.,. k tato 4 4, fr . , , , ' C ,H z.:1'; ti rA''''''-', " ' " '. e ,,t 4 ,,..,.. . ....f 1 4 ,.. )4- ... 1 ..... ,71., .4. ,, . .. t... A I ' ;, , s.l . i 2. 1 !.,-.4 , .. .; A.A-7 Alp 7... ,.......' ,...tl 4 .4,4 -' I i 1 , ,,. .. s - ) L ..,, -,,, - L i . :t CLASSWA-R LAra PS Etliti;6.ki t'fA .t i 1,t.w .LeNf .A:-,1Te-v-v Stock , COME AND SEE--. Ri - .11., , so -04 4 it, ,011 at: 4 ,No..,t , y, .03 . . .... Ii'LlaSIII IS; aill,E1 al 9 sf .iy rt,,,,ot,,,-."1' .....; 1.1,,,o,,,,- , i;io Pt . (1100.M TOEDWILLY OCCUPIZU pr, ,,!, uolinbiEbiTAL BANK),, Ir. ,,,,v, A ,,..rub A a . . , dec22 tilt WOOLEN 111ILLS::; ,01;,;5: A:, i 1, "1? ti O. 0,6,f 0,4114.0 I V b ERBURCHv yr 1, - -; WOOLEN:-MILLS' , 4 4 b : k : I .qj &I SCHEFErtl.,, :it 1! i,14 tviis sto - , 4 ,'; f s; C: :ts isefin; C 0 so , PROPRIETORS :or THZ: VANDEBBURGH -11) yr ct r-s I r st, 4 J 4 .1.; WO OLEN ; MILLS .0 ,,., ,- J I 1 ,7 HINZ NOW OPZNND TREE 4ZZO 1. rt., .-3a3 - tA , A Oa Third Street, bet. Maio its Sycamore , Whore taw, keep a fall aseortakeal of WI articles aleaulacturod at tasir Factory, suck ea 4 4 , ' 1 - - LI-4111-21nelikilip(:-41 -: , ft ,41;1 t , 4 , o, 4 filatinettog CELSS1111101"Ogg " I 3Bittillrett4g Citcocillxid 'Zit,r23. Merebents wanting good .artJcit Is oar flue, ars rrepeetfolly invited to 'rani es our stock. , omrwe soil eur Goods meekest, as goods of the same nality. tam be soid &Dreher's, kest er 1, 4 t .- 1, t , - , Public Sale. r rum uNDrEarlaNTD. HAVING SOLD NIS Yam, will, oa Thureday. February Ifith. 1868. at 10 o'clock a. in.. offer for so's. at public DeWitt. at his lam ea the Straight Line Rail road. fire mites frind the city, and ens a fle east of tbe Petereborgh Station. di O. Railroad, the following described articles: Household and Kitobon Furniture. I Brood Mare. 8 years old ;I One Bay Sia Moo, years old, aired by Buford. ID Chewiest I dne Filly, two years old; I fins ft I year old; 3 good Mild owe. I Helfer., Brood. bows, with 13 Misfits ; 300 baobab; Ear Own. Wheat Hey, I Mowing Machine, Hubbard's Pokiest; I two-borea Wagon. Farming Viewing' of all kinds. AL, slaibi of TERMS OF SALZ.Ou nit moue ever S5 08 a credit of 12 mouths edit be gisso, , the purchaser girliog owe with approved security. droming nix por coat. interest. AG mins under Si. cash. leb12-411S JAS. os 427. ''11,EGtri Evansville, 1 . t, . . . , k) L ; 4 1 ' t ',- 'zt. 4- '-veC ,"! ,. ,--- . ..... ,f, r ;'-it-2r7r ' , ,-, ...me sle weita Mote" 'vita approved aecurigy . 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' ..:' it ;Ii a.. t ...60 -----r- k 'I bift LID -kb t':1 1,0 ;;, t '1 1 14 1 ,e1 t; Consider our Advafttao-es We are. nowt receiving our ,Direct ' ?0,-1 ,,from.,,tuvf 4,A,,,.1 POTTERS t 'TliZ At Nevr'Ortorma, out erste' are holietrd bola tino Ocoan Stoeutero and plowed ou bosad 1,,aambooto, wilicb lot Stoma Ibt our wbart la fbult tuakirg but one transfor trout - , A. , " LIVERPOOLi ,ENGLILZID, ,01 v, , ,I u; unvansVille 'I r '., Ton will bow ebeetetre,:tbat 'seta sato 'Aud awed, transportation, not roil as groatosving in broakasre, wb icb alone As a very: imporulat item to tut considered in tbo cost of our Wares. itYrv f A .t ,- liv I ;," . ')(' 11' , , ,, ',,,li ' 1 1' .4 : Z . 4 ,- t t , t I,' ' . i ' 1lain Strect.,s, ., , , - t, t 1, ," i ''t ', , . t. 't , 1 t t .! 0 UsIto rSJdOef Kt!: futitannedel ut ht ob el rvvre No tt , tiarindi btoetirtial at extremely low pile". . ,,, ' . . 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" 'o The advatt began ot Uwe LUAU PION LANTIERN Over all .otbeee are: 1, . , ,. , iriaterbv--1'he Globe can CO removed more ritoldt ty, and editteted tu boon time then arty other. Saookot.re-tiot requiring heyeetteent, tbe Globe D g tree, the expatt4ion and coo traction, la eq nab, which :matey it toes liebte to break. '" Tutant,v--The Globe C110 be removed and now ono litted by lie 01,111.it without any trotutile., ' 'Soya r ill LT --Thoy are wort:con:m:110h Our closn to,r,ene ten be kept itt stot'd order nt one.fourtit the mkt of the oid etre., , , ,,, We van foimieb extra (lichee. in any quatalty. for tiny of the Patent Lenten,' we sell. Mk, can, on short notine.have 'maw, any ether taw. ecription engraved on bantera for uloimo. ' feb9-41- ' , , , . , ito, f.DENTIST -;;44-1----11 I .11A.:Ç:t1:.:7N,,,trI,1 I' ' i - :I 2 , .'41;., : - ' - z".4.4-1' L? 7 IS Tr 7.';1:". . , , t; , 1, !' r ,Ler ;-1),It II .A. S pt, LI VIA Taltrls TOR 11111 , , ir liberal pan ottagerocArwl during the past (oar , years, sod being a pertuatlent reetdeut tont city, dashes all pereobs (whether they need his proles glottal services or ,t) to visit ilia rooms and we the Various S tylat in Wel Bissau fastssrosi Improvatietts and Inventitsta art being made, and everything that ern! rti'dmorve Sims Iwamoto of btu psitthota is osoured by Wm. B I Zatablithrient atd Facillti - Aro equal to on; to r, '11C-A-,-'2' R 01)1101E , Ea has Ba-retab n th a tt - AtistrIallmig Palm whom Millman,'" traatia Menke that are minim, can bo restored to tearly &Mr origioal ooatour. A li desirable sty loe ot A nTIFICIA TEET3I, Jima. anywhere fa the tnited States, are made by aim. Irr.zute.ritiee of Children's Teeth amoompe ally oorret.ted. 'Those having TUMT.11 Should ether tam, theta ritraeted or rillatL (lb Miter it pomobla.) Toe bowl ta ot tim parties and me remaining Te,th daunted it. ArkLICTIONO TRIarto. Jiles4) man. PALA.111 irlitst rt. Near Poet.101no N 0 71 Ft te os la 1144o 1 :"!,A o t)t BALVE tiOLD Alf INTEUESC It4 TUE 'DRY I Molt brottuese to NY Bops wnt Co., sod In retiring trout hasinass. I eststra Aimeera thisoks to thst public tor their patronage, and hope Um, new Erni trill continua to receive the astata.-, Alt parsonwheawing tisameateas indAbted to ma will pleats come iu and settle immediately, and those baring Lome a.zeinet me are requested to bring them to ioauttliaLtly Joa24 , , J. a. 110ParVa.. , MANUFACTORY...-. , Pilo Ltannfactory 33 -sr t . rtip.cii:',ri.).',Lcir'bR, SECOND STREET, 1 Between Sycamore and', Atineil! -0,syt to lietsboll'e 11'set7 RobleO.,' MHZ UNDERSIGNED 11.I.VIC IPTABLIBRID L at tha sbova "ince. a listaufactory. whste Files of all ainde can always be bad. old Ifilee will be Lied nolnet Dine 12,Or and repairing of all klede of loon; ertil be VIPOMptly done. Asa. bbeere for Tin and blieet Iron. ' on k tent be done In tile bees mono- r, and the publApstroa age teepeoStelly aolicited. ja30-lf ilLtOK ft LITER. 1 , 4:440-i 4 ;.' r am 10,ok 4,1 N'; I ,ff I t t , t r - 1 , , rt t f A ; 1 r :----,. I.