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MONDAY FEBRUARY 19
- NeWs Items.
Gold close-d in New York Saturday at
The trial of A. C. Dexter, late Treasu
ry agent, has been resumed before a
military commission in Mobile. , ,
The Virginia Legislature has passed
a bill fixivg the ealary of the Governor
of that State at $5,000 per annum.-
Mrs.Ferguson dropped dead in a
drug store in Cincinnati, on Wednesday
night., She had the heart diseaart.,
The Kentucky Legislature has passed
a bill-to tax negroes $2 each for the
support of colored Paupers in the State,
Mr. John Valentine, of Bowling Green,
Kentucky,1 was arrested for treason on
Thurectoyatrght and lodge4 in jail.-r
General Lee is in Washington, having
been summoned, it is stated, to appear
as a witness before the Reconstruction
Committee.:,, , t, , , -
The Iniernal Revenue receipts for the
year enaing June 30, 1865, were $211,-
129,5'29 17. The expense of colleetieg
the same vitae $4,769,666 31. ;
A Iottn4 man named E. G. Smith,
was arrested at Louisville, oa Thursday,
- for robbing the mail. He bad formerly
beeti a' clerk in the postoffice there.
An employee of the Louisville
road, named George Waters,. wee acci
dentally killed Friday, in Edgefield, by
falling from a train While in motion.
John Ross; former chief of the Chile"-
kee Nation, is in Washington, for the
purpose, it is believed, of securing hi
recognition by the Government as Chief
4:)f the Cherokees. -
The safe of the Treasurer of Berks
conaty, Pennsylvania, was blown open
with vowder on Thursday night, but the
burg'are becUming alarmed, fled, leaving
their tools behind. '
, A convention of Commercial Travel
eriwas beld at Cleveland, Ohio, Friday.
A national : Association, was organ;zed,
and Mr.: NI Adams, of New York,
electe'd Pre.ident. '
Ceneal -Sweeney and President Rob
erts addressed an imlnense audience at
Nashville, on Saturday night. They left
for Pittsburg to attend the Fertian Con.
The House of Reprrsentatives Friday
took up 'the contested Pennsylvania
election case between Messrs Coffroth
.and Koontz, but after. some debate, it,
man postponed until to day.
During a snow Morin 'on the 14th ;nett
at Le Crcatise, Wisconsin, a stage , coach
tfull of passengers,. came in collision with
a ,gate, the balance pole of which ran
through the coach, seriously injuring six
The silk manufactory of Measrti. Hine
man & Silverman, New York, was rob
bed of $2,500 worth of goods on Wed
s nesday night,' by burglars, who, before
commencing operations, beat the watch
roan, and left him lying insensible on
the side,walk.', ' ,,t'
A Washington dispatch states that in.
duential politicians are endearoring to
effect a compromise with the Preside'nt
on the Freedmen's Beretta bill, the basis
of which is, if he signs tbe bill, the Ten
nessee delegation will be'' at 'once ad.
witted to Congress. , ,
In response to au application, Secre
tary McCulloch his decided that no gen
eral permit.can be granted,toimpor,ters
cf hides, a' nd that before a cargo can
be removed from a vessel, indubitable
evidenca must be proelu-ed that the hides
bave not been taken from animals that
bave diei 'from the effects' of the cattle
scourge. , ,
At a meeting of officers of New York
banks, Friday, a committee was ap
pointel to go to Washington to remon
strate with,Mr Spinner relative to his
proposed method of computing their
internal revenue tax oo gross deposits,
instead of, net deposits, as beretofore.
The name of the man who committed
suicide while crossing the river from
Louisville to Jeffersonville, last Tuesday,
bas been ascertained; it is Geo Pistol,
wbo was a sboemaker residinr in Jeffer
sonville. , He hal made tiro previous
attempts at suicide. :
In the , Circuit Court of Effingham
county, last week, five men, named
Eugene Russell, Robert Russell. (broth
ers,) Wm. Sta lcup, Jacob Bongher and
Clark Howell, were sentenced to be bung
on the 16:11 of March, for lie murder of
David M. Shepherd, co November .5,
.1861 , , ,
The House of Representatives, on
Wedneaday, by a strict party vote, re
:jected the claims of Baldwin, Democrat,
to a seat for the Fifth Michigan District,
and declared that Trowbridge,the Bitting
member, was entitled to the seat The
Mouse voted Baldwin salary and mile
age to date, amounting to $1,500.
stir We ask pardon of our readers for
occupying so much of our paper this
morning with matter appertaining to the
Courier. Like Commodore Fermata,
we fire by broadsides. We have now so
riddled the copperhead organ that it will
hardly require further attention until its
friends and bottle-holders restore it to
vonsciousuess and place it ou its feet
again. , -
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- EVANSV1I,LE , IAD .N1ONDAY FEBRUARY 19 ;1866 . ' . ' - ' ' - ' EN'T A II I ,, it I t p
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nO I for the Convention ! single dressing-gown le his study'; when ber shall be twa dollars,- payable quer- Tb,r , tirt,l... - BOOTS & SHOES. ..V d '''''1! QUEENS. ARE--'4S6(
, - ,e- , ''''., - ---- ;' . 1 , ' P'''. 1;1 be is in it, be almost always wears an tett', and it shall be the duty of each 1 ' i- 4 -e- r il ! ' Sparkish Naval Steamers. - -
1E- r Er 1--- Lift 1 E:z1 , Nair- Yoke; Feb. ITThe Spanish , .. ,
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e N---kiia,11-4 30.0.10 .1' - ' - ' old frock coat. There are often a great County Aesociation, through its Treas. , . -' , - ' - ' , , , , ,- waval eteamers Carmea and Isabella, . , , , , , . .
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...-.---- -.,... many paintings and engravings piled urer, to transmit, at the close of each , - -..--, which arrived in our harbor from Ha- I - - INiVtpltri. 1-EIdIRS
al ila li 1-0.0rItA. r' II ,
Arrangements have .been completed against the walls, and even on the floor semi-annual terra,ten per cent of all vane w..thin the past few days, are now T i . ---!, 1,1 - ,,, a L.,,M 1.1 j::.-'1
' ' ' 4 ''' . .'' ' of his study. One of kis body servants dues and fees received during the pre- - ---,--r-1---"-------- lying off the battery. They came here A BIG RFALLII -,,, , : . k,. .-.
by which delegates and others wishing - - , . it- ,tem.1
wi sea e or ers, w lc ave no een . , , , , .
used to reaort to a singular trick whenev- cediog half year to the Treasurer of the I t t- I, i N th I d d ' ft' h h t b 4 - 4 ' ' ' - ' , '''' ' - t ,1
n eres ing ore gn ews.
. . . L - .. .... ð3IRD . E-1. : -. I ,-10$' - -,;,, 444 A. 'Ll'. ' :', ;4
to attend the Union State Ccamention tot er he wished De of these paintings. State Association, as revenue for de- .., , ,,,,. c, . -7,,,- opened yet The vessels have received , ., ., ,, , ,, t , , ,,, , , , , ,, ,
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He would place it in front of a pile fraying the expenses of the State Alid0- '-' -' - -----" - - - - ''., a thorough overhauling - in' this, port, -
be held on Thursday, 2241 in.t.ý at Is-
- which obstrected communication with elation. ' , ' - - - -; , . whanit-,is stipposed their .ofacers will . '
lianapolis, can travel at BALI' PARE over an adjoining mon:. His Majesty would Sec. 4. County, Associations may Lato ,.' Mexican News. :, .. , ,, , . , , , , -, , 5, t i,t; I
find themselves directed either to pro- - , 4 , 1 , ., ': , '. t I, 4- . i ,-, ,,
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say, " It seems to me these', pietism, adopt constitutions and by-laws for their ' -" -- ' - , ceed lo re-inforce the Spanish Squadron , , , s, , , , , , ,, 4, ; - ,
its. the roads. ' -7"-- - t - ..
are constantly increasing. 4 Can t some own government not intonsistent with , 4 . ,, , , , , 1 ,..; K , t off the Chilian coast, or -to eruitte to
fi,, - Nlacaoftrtit, rigs:Ills' - 1 t. ' .,-ott.,,''''',,, . '9i. - '- A '
Thi3 ie an important eooch in the his- of them be removed ?" - The servant these articles. . , 7 A
t '-. Diplomatic ' Corps . Indig- tLis vicinity for the protection, of Spa'n--
Is the' 1;legl estr 't. t'ld''1:11'la' 'the' tehapel 'ck-:' i; W''S'tweriell, ' : J - . ' '41k'.''' - '''''. I 1
would reply, " Certeinly sire," and he , ,, , , ish commerce against Chilies privateers.
ory of the great Union party which has - 4' ARTICLE V. - ' , ,
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, .. , , . would carry off the coveted picture to ! ; ' nant, ,,,, ,,,, , ,
, . a 4 1 4 ",, 1 Diplomatic Co.p6 Indignant. ca record. ,
REPRESENTATION. . , , , , - ,,-.t, . ; ,,--, , La., , 4, ,
sved tills country from anarchy and a his chamber. In ibis way, he formed a f,
,S,E.CTION 1.' Each County Association ' " " ' l ' ' ; New-Toast, Feb. IT --The Herald 's 1 , i 13 a' ill'ozi, A,
aiserable serfdom -and it behooves the handsome collection. Whenever, , his ,
m;u, ,;1,,, t ,k; th, mom, ne 'nen be entitled to one Re3resentative q ' ' ' i 1., ; 'Tee ' ' IT '' I - -' ', , 2 - special says that the Diplomatic Corps
llert 0 , 01, atieetetle, lira -- :-.3:---........- If,10. ----- e.y-...-:,.. e ff - D a- v 1 s
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Ho! for the Convention !
Arrangements have been completed
by which delegates and others wishing
to attend the Union State Ccave-ntion to
be held on Thursday, 22d initý at Ia
. dianapolis, can travel at BALI' riga over
au.the roads. 3 41'-- -
This is an important eooch in the his
tory of the great Union party which has
saved this country from anarchy and a
miserable serfdowand it behooves the
true Union men who have never been
tainted will ftreasoe; or5 synipatby for
traitors, to rally 'on6.6 more, and over
turn and upset the machinations of those
who Were the enemies- of the Govern
ment, from the first firing of the guns
on Sumter, till the present time. Let
no ordinary inattet keep you away from
the Convention. Remember, " eternal
vigilance is the price of Liberty." Do
not forget that the bon'es of your fa
thers, brothers and sons lie bleaching
ott many a battle field, and that to.day
fon are called upon to defend their hong
or, and vindleato tbd canoe 'of Liberty
and Union for which those heroes laid
down their lives. The -same subtle
spirit of anarchy; discord tied disunion'
still exists, and tan's'i be,ba'it'fed down at
the polls. In order ,to, be successful,
the right men should be chosen as can
didates for the great Uoion party to vote
for. ' Let 'the Convention on the 22'd be
eOuncil of wisiont, rett,ANTlia0nr and
of PATRIOTISM, as upon the coming
contest hangs the destiny of a nation.
Again we say, let the Union men assem-,
ble in council Let them go; bearing in
mind the terrible' struggles of the past,
and keep, la view the great principles
upon which our battlet were fought.
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ter The Courier chargid that while
our soldiers were in the' front we were
in the rear guarding bridges in Indiana; ,
chicken-coops and pig-pens. The treas.
onable organizations of the Sons of Lib,1
erty made , the guarding of Railroad
bridges in Indiana a very important ser
vice, if Generals Grant. Sherman and
Thomas are to be believed.: The cap
ture of Memphis relieved some rebel
home guards (does our teighbor get the
point) in that' city,- who at "once came
North withiti our lines, and Tendered
the gtiarding of chicken-coope, pig-pens
and cattle trains equally important. For
aiding in keeping our lines clear of
these Cath-Aaking patriotsa ' work
neither dangerous nor laborious, we
confesswe received the thanks of the
Government,- of which we are quite
We presume the atrice editor holds a
little document of the Government that
can't appropriately be called. a certifi..
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cats of honorable service. ' '
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G ET YOUR CREDICIMALS.It is neces
sary for tfose !Ito propose attending the
Union Cenvention-'on- the'22d, as dere.'
gates, to have certificates to the effect
that they are ,authorized,to, act, in that
capaCity. 'For the information of all, we
will say that such certificates catt be
' 1 r Elliott tit
procured y ca mg en e
Chairman or the Executive Committee,
at his adore on Main street,.
ler The auriersays Pile statement
that one of its proprietors tried to cut
down the wages ot printers five cents
tper thousand ems, whed that paper was
first started, is a fieltut confesses that
we can prove it, and at once proceeds to
vilify one. of our supposed $,,itnesses.
The Cuurier forgets that- ita reputation
for veracity is at such a low ebb that
anybody's testimony - would hold good
as, against its statements., Two wit
nesses would not be likely to be mistak
en as to s mean trick like that in which
the Courier was detected, its. denial to
to thn contrezy notwithstandini.;Ciii
- Another Chalice tO Crawfish.
In the Louisville Courier, of Wednes
day, we find the following paragraph in
response to a long article in. the Courier
of i this :city', ow Sunday last., It strikes
us. we are to witness another case of
crawfishing. The Courier of this city
will be compelled to confess that it ivas
talking on a subject. it knew nothing
about. It declared, with grave and owl
lib! sagacity, that the Louisville CouHer
occupied a " ridiculous position "that
" it was more than ridiculotte,"--etc.
It seems from tbe following paragraph
that, as usual, it is our Courier that oc
cupies the ridiculous position:
If our spirited and usually well inform
ed (Ronk, contemporary of the Evans.
ville aurier had read our paper to
ascertain our views instead of adopting
the slanders and misrepresentations of
us by Radical journals, before it pub.
halted its long article on Sunday last,
headed "The Louisville - Courier and
John C. Breckenridge," it would have
spared itself the mortification it moot
now feel in having given currency to a
misrepresentation of our position which
has not the shadow of a foundation in
anything that has appeared in our
columns. We cannot for a moment
imagine that the Courier designed wil
fully to misrepresent us, and yet it is
difficult to see bow it could bare been
' Napoleon at Home.
Errem a Paris Letterl, '
The French Emperor insists upon re
taining in his study, in the Palace of
the Tuileries, the mahogany library he
bad in his chamber at gain, and hefor--
bade a glass front being put to it to pro
tect his books., There is in, his study a
magnificent collection of meerschaum
pipe ; but they have, of late years, been
relieved of duty, his physicians having
forbidden their use. The Emperor takes
his revenge by giving them away when
ever be bee a chance. He has not a
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single dressing-gown in his study4, 4lien
be is in it, be almost always wears an
old frock coat. There are often a great
many paintings sind engravings piled
against the walls, and even on the floor
of his study. One of his body servants
used to reaort to a singular trick whenev
er be wished one of these paintings.
He would place it in front of a pile
which obstracted communication , with
an adjoining roox. His Majesty would
say, " It seems to me these pictures
are constantly increasing. t Can't some
of them be removed ?" The servant
would reply, " Certainly sire," and he
would carry off tbe coveted picture to
bis chamber. In this way, he formed a
handsome collection. Whenever, , his
Majesty wishes to retain the memory of
any thing be bears in conversation, be
makea a note of it ,on a blank-book,
which is always on his writing-desk ,7' be
tears out the leaf on which he has writ
ten the note, reads it attentivety, and
then tears it up. This babit one day
greatly puzzled the Prince de Metter
niohrele Austrian Embassadonto whom
his Majesty was giving' audience. The
Embassador expressed his astonish
ment and ,nuriosity. -.His Majesty' at
once gratified it by saying that whenever
he once wrote, and' afterward read 'at
tentively the written note, he never for4
: Indiana Soldiers' Convention.
The Executive Committee appointed
by the general meeting of soldiers, held
in Iðdianapolis on the 20th Of December,
1865, to prepare a Plan. of organization
for the -Indiana Soldiers' Association,
have had; die sUbject unåer coUeideretiOit'.
and itOtheir fluid meeting' ananinteusly
agreed to report tbe following:
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SECTIoN This'elidct 'of thia Arsocia'
tion shall be A, r T
ir 1.- Ta perpetuate friendebi p formed- in
the service of the National Government
during the lete'rebellon.4 a kr
2. To cherish the heroism and memo.ry
of the "breve' Tho have 'fallen ' the
great strugg e.
3. To aid and protect those who have
participated ia toe. ftr, their. lansiliee
and dependent ones; and ,
4. To foster and encourage love of
country, and the inseperable Unicie of
States 1 - '! ' I : ,'-
SEcTicar 2 This organization shall be
known as " The Indiana Soldiers' Asso
ciation." , ,
Sectioi 3. This' Agioolation shall 4.isl
open and public in its character, and
shall not be perverted to political and
sectariaa purposes: ,D! i)v 0
oaoaelzerlost AND NiNNEIND110.
SEcTioll This Association shall be
formed ot" representatives chosen by
County Associations; Id be appointed as
Sze i, All pereoos residing in Iscli-,
anti svbh have served in the ermy or i
navy of the United', States 'during, the
war for the suppression of the rebellion,
who have been honorably discharged or
still remain in service, the Governor of '
the State-and these who have beee mem- '
bere of his military staff. are eligible to
membership., ,,o ;I , ,$1".
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DprICERS OF STATE AssoCIATIoN.,-, ,
Secvsort-1 An annual meeting'shatIT
be held at' Indianapolis,. unless other
wise ordered, on the (1st) first Wednes
day of September in each year, at which
time the following officers shall be
A President, one Vice President from.
each Congressional District;eSscretary
and a Treasurer, who shall bold their
respective offices for one year, and until
their Jmetessors are 'elected. Said koffir
cers, or a majority thereo', shall consti
tute the Executive Board of the Associ
ation, with power to fill vacanties, ,and.
generally to do sod perform all necessa
ry and proper acts, subject to the ap4
proval of the Association at the 'next
- Sem t' All officers-shall be.chosen
without reference to their forn3er rank
in the military or naval service.
See ,The President shall preside
at all meetings of the Association or
Executive Board, and shall, when in his
judgment it may be' necessary, call to
gether the Executive Board for business.
Sec. In case of the-disability or
absence of the President, the duties of
his office ehall devolve upon the, Vice
President, and so oa in oucceesion.'
Szo. The Secretary shall reside as
Indianapolis, and shall provide suitable
books and keep accurate records of the
transactions of the Association and the
Executive Board; be shall register all
warrants drawn upon the,Treasury, and
shall generally discharge all duties inoi
dent to kis position.- Hie books and pa
pers shall be open for inspection by any
member of the Association, at all times.
'The Treasurer shall receive all MD-.
ies accruing or ,belonging to the Associ
ation, and shall disburse the same on
the order of the 'Association, evidenced
by the written warrant. of the President ,
and attested by the S'ecretary... He shall
give bood in the , um of ten thousand -
dollars with security, to be approved by
the Executive Board, which bond shall
be filed with the Secretary, and be placed
on rected in the Recordeiv,officei of
Mar:on county, Indiana.' '
Sec. 7, No officer ef this Association
shall be entitled toi Ñeeive any compen
sation for services, except the Secretary,
who shall belentitled to inch allowance
for actual work done as the Association
may in annual meeting determine.
ARTICLE IV. r
SECTION 1. County Associations shall
be- forma s.of members, possessing-the--
qualifications bereinbefore stated, resid
ing in the several counties of the State,
to be known by the name of the Iediana
Soldiers' Association of -- countv,
who shall elect for their government a
President, "Vice President Secretary and
Treasurer, who shall bold their office for
the term of six months, to coromence
on the first days of January and July in
each year, and until their successors are
elected, and such officers are qualified;
they shall - constitute the ' Executive
Board et such County Association. ,
Sec, 2 The officers of the County As
sociations ahall perform the same duties
as are required 'ot the officers' of the
State Assuciation, so far as the same
may be neeessary and applicable to the'
proper managelnent of the County Asso
ciations. ' ,
The Secretary shall semi annually, on
the first days of July and January of
each year make such reports as may be ,
required 1by tbe 8:ate Association to
the Secretary thereof.
The Treasurer shall give bond, with
approved security, to the County Execu
tive Board, for the faithful performance
of his duties. - ,
SEC. 3. Tbe fees ol membership to
the County Associations shall be one
dollar, to be paid at the time of admis
sion, nod the current dues of each mem.
ber shall be twa dollars,- payable quar
terly, and it shall be the duty of each
County Association, through its Treas
urer, to transmit, at the close of each
semi-annual terra,,ten per cent of all
dues and fees received during the pre
ceding half year to the Treasurer ot the
State Asoociation, as revenue for de
fraying the expenses of the State A.8410
ciation. , , , ,
Sec. 4. County, Associations may
adopt constitutions and by-laws for their
own government not itmonsistent with
these articles. -
ARTICLE V. -
SECTION Each County Association
shall be entitled to one Representative
to the annual meeting of the State As
sociation for every one hundrid mem
hers, or fraction over fifty; Provided,
however, that each County Association
shall be entitled to at least one Repro
senativeo who shall be chosen , at the
monthly meeting immediately preceed
jog thecounoil meeting of the State As
sociation. ,P. - ,
' e CHAPTER 1 ,
, MISCELLANVAIS PROVISIONS.
SECTION Ile' State Association
and esch County Association shall have
power to judge of its own members, and
may punish, by reprimand, suspension;
fine or expulaioo, -any member for un-.
worthy conduct - - , '
! 2111 charges against members must be
preferred in writing, and a fair and im
partial investigation, madeinfore action
, Sao. 2 si Itt addition to the-per Cent-,
apt herernbefore provided for the sup
port of the State Association, revenues
may be further augmented by.the sale
of a State badge er medal, properly in
scribed, or ,by, issuine certificates of
membership .througli eCounty Associa
tions. Sze. 3. The seal of this Association
Omit he the arms of the State, with the
words "Indiana Soldiers' Association,"
and' if County Aseociations, the words
" hdiana Soldiers' Association of --
County:: and the year ot organ1zstion
Sze. 4 The Secretary of the State As
sociatioo shall prepare and distribute to
the several County Associations blank
forms of reports-and returns from Sec
retaries and Treasurers, aDd for creden
tials for representatives, and such other
blanks as will insure 'uniformity in the
transaction of business.
,Sto. 5. Meetings of Associations shall
be conducted and governed in accord
ance with the ordinary rules regulating
deliberative bodies. - ,
Sso 6. The foregoing ariicles may be
altered or amended ,in general meeting,
from time to time, as may be foetid con
ducive to the permanency and well-beiDg
of the organization. - :
kir The Lewisville Democrat destrnd
a Dowel reason for its opposition to the
equality of the nesrro before the law.
Eleder the mild rule of slavery, negroes
coóvicted of stealing and pilfering ere
let off with a reprimand, or at most " a
little whipping." These were regarded
as the infirmitiea.of the race not to be
punished as Willa case of ;bite men.,
The sensibilities of the Democrat are
shocked when it conteinitatel what will
be the sad late of a majority of the De
grees, once they are made equal before
the law. - Tbe peoitentiary-wilt belbeir
doom. -prefers -that they should 'be
encouraged to steal, that charity may
,There, is nothing to be added
to the' force' id the' Democraed logic ór
the tenderness of its philanthropy. If
it is not the friend of the negro, it evi
dently is the advocate et his vices.
Cindanall Commercial. ,
1,11,1r1LOILra ter late restee , on &rood
Street, bettrom Oak and Wherry. Itaza,,wife
11 S. Tails, aged tliettra 10 months lind dot.
Mono le 11 AEI, Mid, MEP II - mi
Petrel Street, bet Vine and Sycamore.
ORIRICON --kenea a binge Manager.
-4'i Re opening' Night.'
Roturn ot the :
147 A. -Sr Co It I S
ITenIng, Ireb...T1S; iS60.)
Wilt Le presents,d, for the at time in title city,
the Fifty entitled '
Or, the Court aria Stage.
NELL GWENNE ' --BELLA !GOLDEN.
To conclude wit.h tee Farce of ,'
1111 TO11111 WHO NEVER SAW A
" t - t, '
ear Door ,open at' 7; : The' curtain' Srl rips
promptly at Ni to o'cicck.
We The Box Office will be open dagy from 10
m. to 4 o'clock p. xi., whet woos may be secured
Wiabout Matra Charge. '
4 tp 1, t .
I . - é
, TO ANp tilos THIS .
A f ..t ,
: AT INDIANAPOLIS,- ' '
Thursday,-, February , 22xið.;"- 1866.
Tickets. Wo -on Wednescloy. down on Iriiday. only.
cop.- r JOHN INGLE, .1n t
feb19-St. ' Poperin'tnd;nt E 1).-It. R.
T. pievrnews,, yr. G. TULLBRION,
Late of Louisville, Ky. Law of IA Ey.
- MATTHEWS it FULLERTON,
. --niALER8 is--
Agricultural - Implements.
S 1E) S
.WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,' '
t No. 46 Main' Street,'
NITANSTILLE, INDIAN A.
.!5d REWARD. , -
SOO 11,10 WA
11 ABOVII IttWAIID WILT, BIC PAID TO
.A. any ono reocovering the body or.
G. A. PETERS, ,
Who wee loot ou the klievenvi. tio was 8 tot 8
inches high; IS years of ago; light tam 'elfin; ;
dark hair end whiskers; heavy ranneteche and
Iatornietion lanai be sent to
, . - G
feb8-1.w - ' -' Owensboro, Ky.
111W0 WIENS ATTIE. DATE Of -THIS
I notice the underelaard will make spoli-sCon
to the'City 0 mica& for terminal's to build a
frame addition of 8 by 26 and 12 by 20 feet te hit
trun.'b000th awed on the esd of Lot tio.
174. Doostion Entorgomost of ill clop of Symms.
lion to the taty u elicit nic torotteeaos to intim a
Frame addition of 8 by 28 and 12 by 30 feet to hie
feenie.booee, summed on the n'ley esd of Lot No.,
I7e. Deastion Enlacement of the cite of Vane.
ell'e. , ,, ,, - , ,, , C DICKER, Ja.
Tat 1E11866 1,,, , , ,.,,,,. , , ,,- ,:-, , , , ,
fe L '
TUE VEllY -
Interesting linreign News.
;4. 1-.9 ' " ar
, r A ,
Late Mexican News. ur
Spanish War Vessels' in
The Tennessee L'egislatLue.
General Le& before tho
Committee on Re
constraótion. , -
Interesting Seen In the Tennessee
- Lentlature '
NASHVILLE, Feb. 17.--AI Passage at
arras occurred in the House to-day, be
tween the Speakey, Mr:Haskell, and Mr.
Milieu', a. Itepresentative. A discuss
ion arose 'about the power of the Speak
er to compel member; to vote, when Mr.
H. called Mr. Mu liens a "d----d old liar,
and a lying scoundrel," accompanying
the words with, his mallet, which he
whirled at tbe member's head. ' Mullen
drew his pistol,"butihe members rushed
in, and, quiet was rastored., T-,-1
The steamer 'Una 'with 'UU -barrels
of oil from Crow Creel well, Btirkssille,,
arrIved ,t0 dpy. be shipPed to St I
Lonis to be refined.
'Ntw Youx, Feb. i7 --The Steamship
City of Loodon,orrived &Up o'clo tic to
day. Her dates itre of the !elf 'advIces
mainly enticipated by the Bremen.
Chandler's non-intercourse resolution--
in. the Senate kista-no effect in England,'
its decisive,- rejection tbeing- ,etidertee
that the Senate desires to remain at
The Fenian Commission 48611 pro
lt is rumored Parl;ament will he asked
to suspend the Habeas Corpus, to give
the Government power to deal with for
eign conspirators. - .
Additional reward is offered for infor
mation, leading Id the reptant of Ste
Another , regiment embarked from
Liverpool for Dublin. ' . ' '"
It is tAcially announced from View:
na, that negotiations fort.he formation
of a new corps of 'Austrian volunteers
for Mexico, will shortly be brought to a
The reporte'd appearance of Chilian
privateers off the Spanish coast, excites
attention No ravages,. reported ,
The steam rani detained in the Theme
was foetal-6 be built, for the rerevian
Gosernmenyand watt 'altowed fo depart
on the - -' - " " - '
Another steam ram built by Laird,
for Peru, rec 'ntly left L'iverpool and was
at Brest where, the Patrie says she will
be detained till the Spanish 'difficulty
with Pertris adjusted. Runte7 connects
these twd vesseles tith designs egainst
, It is reported that Spaia has a dozen
ships building in England and is hurrti
ing their completion. 1- t 1,,f -0 -7,0
lavEsPoot, Feb.1.1--'-Cottore' sales, for
two days, were 18,000 bales, including
5,000 to speculators and exporters The
market was dull-and- declining, but
closed steady; middle upland about 18t
Breadstuffs are quiet and steady. Lard
LomooN, Feb. i.--Consols closed 86i
8,6t for money.t) IL S.: -5-20's, 661,
66 Great depression continues la tbe
money market, with a. tendency toward
a panic in funds. Political! news, to
day, is unimportant.
MADRID, JIM. t30.74.VV0- Chiliatt pri
vateers have been seen off the coast of
Spain. The frigate isabel has received
orders to pursue them.
DieLuz, Feb. notice was issued
by the police Commissioner last night,
prohibiting the bolding of thie fancy fair
and bazaar io aid of the families of the
State prisoners,- which, was annoanced
for to night The 'concert' snnounced
for to tnorrow, for the same purpose,
waa also prohibited. ,
- , Mexican News.. . .
- N'xw YORK, Feb...AlThe Ilerakits
Vera Cruz diepatch of tbe ist instant,
states that there was great activity in
French military affairs at Vera Cruz,'
but none-of a character to indicate an
early evacuation of tbe country by the
Europeans; French' troops in t large
numbers .,yere arriving -at -Vera Cruz
from the' -interior,, and embarking in ,
eransportet It was understood that they
were bounti for the defense of Tampico,
which was seriously threatened. by, the
Republican& It 'was even intimated
that they were intended for ,, frontier -
eervice on this side of the , line of -the
Paunco river in order- to be ready to
meet and chec'k the advance of the, allies
the Liberal Mexicans and - United
'States troop& There Wag a rumor that
the Imperialists had already been com
pelled to surrender Tampico, though an
account of the defeat of tik; Republicans
in the vicinity of that city comes to us
by way of -New Orleans. ,
Large quantities, of military- stores
, were still arriving at ,Vera Cruz from
France, MA being sent into the interior.
An Itnrrial , train, valued at $650,000,
wee' recently captured by the Republi--The
repUrt of the committee aplicint
ed by Geo. Weitzel to investigate the ,
Bagdad affair, allows conclualvely that
no United States army officers were con
cerned with As said affair, and General
Crawford is llargett with being its insti
gator and director. The testimony tak
en by the COMMi8111011 was vet), exten
River and 'Weather. , 4
CINCINNiTI. Feb. 17.River rising
with 28 feet 3 inches in the channel.
Thermometer 26. - -
',Examination et Gen. ilea.
Wssnmoros, Feb. 17.--Gen. Robert
E Lee was for some hours examined,
this morning, by the joint- Committee
' River and 'Weather. - ' -
, r'ITTSBUIIG, Feb. 17M --Tbe river ill
atilt receding but very slowly. Weatb:
1 er ;tear sad moderating; ' , 1. 4.
Spaniels Naval Steamers. -
' 3SILw Yoax; Feb. ITThe Spanish
vkaval eteamers Carmea and Isabella,
which arrived in our harbor front Ha
vana wahin the past few days, are tow
lying off the battery. They came here
with sealed orders; which have not been
opened yet The vessels have received
a thorough overhauling in' this, port,
when- it-is supposed their officers will
Sad themselves directed either to pro
ceed -to re-inforce the Spanish squadron
off the Chilian coedit or -to eruize ,in
Ws vicinity for the protection, of Span
ish commerce against Milian privateers.
Diplomatic Cop Indignant.
New YORE, Feb. ITThe Herald 's
special says that the Diplomatic Corps
are indigent over MaBancroft's oration,
especially the Austrain and British Min
isters. The latter retreated from the
acceptation of the dinner invitation at
the house of the Congressman as soon
as be heard that the dinner was given in
b000r of Mt. Bancroft.
The story that Mr. Romero, the Mexi
can Minister, was refused admission to
the ball room and went away indig tent
is explained: Mr. Romero presented
himself at the main entrance to the ball
shortly before the exercises commenced,
when he discovered that he had ,neglect,
ed to bring his 'eats). of invitation. The
door-keeper, in obeying positive direct
tints from the Commistee, could itot ad
mit him without the ticket, Romero ap
pealed to Senator -Foote, chairman of
the committee, who just then approach
ed the door with the President. Sam
tor Foote could not attend to it then,
and passed on.- Mr. Romero departed,
and the Senator who sought him after
the President was seated, could not find
him.' The Chairman of tbe , Committee
deeply regrets the seemingly discour
ley to the representative of the' Repub
lic of Mexico.- :
LTSCIMEATI, Feb. 17.The city Conn
oil yesterday pes3ed resolutions asking
the Legislature. to iesue hoods for, the
purpose of constructing new gas works
amount not specified, and bonds to the
amount of $500,000 for the construction
of a new hospital and to levy a tax of
,one mill on the dollar for sewerage pur
,poses. Navigation at this point ',was
partially auspended yesterday, but the
regular line of boats will resume trips
to-day. 4 ,
There was considerable coeusion and
exditement in the, Teunessee Bonita of
Representatives vesterday over a dis
tiussion Of the franchise bill. Bard
words passed between-the Speaker and
Mt. -The former threw his
mallet at, the latter's head.
Nitar-Y(mgrFeh. 17.Last eventig
heavy ice struck the- Bretnen on her
water line. She speeJily, sunk below
her decks. Iler cargo consieted ' of to
bacco, cotton and stores.. The loss will
be very heavy. There is insurance on '
the vessel in Bremen to the amount or
$35,000.'"-Tbe perils of navigation were
never greater on East and North rivers
than at present, owing to immense quan- I
lilies of, floating- ice. Last night the
Sect,md street ferry boats were with
drawn. The boats of the prlocipal fer
ries are msking trips to day, but in
some cases -ir takes them two to three
hours to make a trip.. ,
' The Commercial's special says twen
tythree Senators declare they will vote
against the ilconstitutional Amendment.
This morning-a fire occurred in the
tenement house No. 109 Mall, street,
owned by Charles Spright. Loss about
, The latest Eoglish journals state that
Sir John Lawrence has sent three native
agents, disguised as merchants, to ex
plore Central Asia by different. rontse,
each 'independent of tbe other, and all
are kept in ignorance of their appoint
ments, so that on their relurn three in
dependent oarratives may be looked for..
They are instructed ,to take note of all
they eee, and to obserge the; temper id
the different people among whom they
travel, and whether the Governments are
taking place in favor of Russia, and to,
visit Balakleveapd Khokan and Raina
ria before their return. - - - 4 ''
, , ,
MEMPHIS, Feh.,,1-7. In the English
geme ',laved by Kavanatt and Roberts
last night, Roberta was victorious 13360
points,. - -
1 New ork Plackets ". '14
e t ,
You! rebratry 17.
COTTON 411 had et, cent' low
FLOC'S dull; sonisma grades heavy and de
e sting; 7 1-07 95 ibr ettra tate; 8 35 for extra
Round Hoop Ohio, and 8 8010 75 for , trade
tranda, the market Cosing truti
W ISA Y heavy and declining.'st 202
WBRAT dolt, witha strong dowaward tenden
cy; 1 Er0 for Milwaukee Is store.
--A RYE qumt ibtfriOr Western at 75o.
CoRN in feir r quest, without decided change;
70474c ter ntmonns, and 7178c tor sound mixed
Woe era in store and delivered.
AYH duil. heavy and tower; 8842c for un
sound Western, and 53,ilS54c for etmed.
PIETi01.111.11M at 292300 fim crude, and 45
48c for refined in bond
PORK, more votive; 28 50(478 75 for hew mess
doming at 211 62 cash. 28 Eh for old mesa; 20 5t;
021 60 for pile e, X3 00(423 25 for prime meas..
LAUD firmer at 1618c, and staall lots at
b UTTER activw'at 2325o for Ohio, atul 32
t s 2 tP -
35c for 'state). ,
' MON k Y quiet at 6 per cent. on caU
: STERLING anise at tor4rylos.
GOLD opened at 137. decimad to 137, asfi
c'orwri at 137; to cA export 'a specie to-day.
STOCKS. Business in 'flocks strong; 8 es of
'81 conome.101; tie 5-20c likens of '62,103;
- , Cincinnati Market.,
, , Otsetwattl. February 17--P,
.FLortt ta riuMt without change in prices.
WHEAT is du I all 80 fr No. 1 new rsd. A
-- CORN la in better dsuand and prices. a 'bade
firmer, cloaMg at 52463c for No. labelled.
OS Tfi are dull at 35(g,38o kir No. 1 sod No. 2.
RYS la dull and prhus 110111i01111. say 70e for
- PROVISIONS are quiet but ATM. with not much
-disposition on the pert of either buyeraor
nperate; mess Pork at 28 50(Fst9 60. the la,ter
tt rota oak d ; bulk Masts are dull at 12.14 and
16c for Moulders. aids. and clear aides; harem is
in small Jobbing dentand at 14164'o itOr shoal.
dem, sides and clear sides; La-d to bold at itko tor
prime city. with buyers at - ,
GR0CRII.I18 are dull.
WHISKY is dull for good, and prices nomintil;
finial sales at 2 25 le bo,nd.
COT1ON is dull and prices 130111111111.
GOLD 137 , , . ,
Near Orleans Market.
Nay Ost.sass, fob. Ie.,.
' COTTON quiet, with liaise of 1.200 bales st 45
034b3. Wees's sew. 20 0 0 baled; ; week's receipts
20;000 Wee; stock 29.003. , ,
, GOLD 130 , '
bTiatb120 45. '
N. Y. CH iteKS discount.
To a Whom it may Concern.
'DUNG INFORMED 01' NUMEROUS IN
tringemente made and us d by partim in 111.
gustille. Indiana. and vicinity, on -
"Dodge's Patent Open Fire Place."
We ittreby give notke that, nolo the parties
using such infringemeat shah, witheut delay,
si continue the same. we shall enter prt cmdings
against them. Any One Wanting the Patent, CaU
get it, either in Grates or Stoves of ,
THOS. SCANTLIN SOS,.
Who are our only author.sed ,
JOliN B. RYAN t O., Cincinnati,
propriatora of DAIFI's Patent Gwen& agaves. ,
, STRAYED.'rr, ,- -
VItOhl A. MC18;1'18.9141. IIICAVY BAT
Dratt Horse; bat bis right fort hoof tractor.
od, ham smooth 'hoes on fort feet. A liberal re.
ward tt given to any Onl giving Informants!
There he cam be thou&
teb16-2m A. JIZ IS.
te; 8 3:5 for extra
110 75 for trade , I
t.'st 202 '22.
at 75c. '
decided change; ,
) tor sound mixed
8842c for un
r crude and 43
75 for bow mese
r old mese; 20 5t;
at prime meas..
md small tote li; ,
)r Ohio, abd 32
,t 2 tP -
a call loans-. ,
nAct to 137, aed
trona ; 1 g of
ong of '62,103;
tge in prices.
1 DOW red. -1
Etti prices. a shade
o. 1 end bro. 2. igt
Ansi. say 70e for "-T-r,
m, with tot leech '
buyer or sell. re
:Foto SO the later --
dull at 12, 14 and ' '1
x sides; Saone is S
1fic for shoot.
is hold at 1de for --
I prices nomintil
1,200 bales at 45
; week's receipts
by parties in NI.
Fire Place." 81A
Aft g the parties
, without delay, A.
enter pet czedings zys
g the Patent, can
of - - Geo
sato. , "-
'wee& agaves.- "
D.'"."; the 1
IINAVY BAT the,
fors hoof tractor- la
et. liberal re- W
IvIng information, tlde
1 4.- ;
BOOTS & SHOES
, : !: z I 7!
4 BIG AVA'TE,R!IAL;1;-
C ;:c 3 AND I ;L:1 :TO
- 7: 't
OTHIER' BIG THINTGI
t,, , t ,,
, - Nilagrt,ra, rigctils'
: -4 t.
is the blegest thing la the shape a.' a Water fed
ea record. ,
Is the biggest thing lb she pe of s frartitsri
Necessity' bat cast be toned is the colantry to--
"T7 i I t. tO: -oti
,1';J Vettt- A e- - "
Was the blettat thing In the: ahsca of puirelic
c encounter ever known. excent the encounter
between Bayne anA di Jimmie Boy. " ,
THE , TENICANS
,,Ae ttelni.t, le g large one: with Teri ellm
chants et Ito ever gettitg slay ,
: , z - , .41 , z !'Al
13111 C P LI ERDV
re the bigrest thing In the shape of a Western
editor that ever got behind a ,,,,
But the 4-biggest thing Au town is Ike -; '
'.. 1,i tn
Buy ,Your. Shoes.-There "4"
, 1 14 4 ;.:1 .s ,
For. yourselves.; your wive end litrlo ones. arra
,, ; ,
, , .
Reduce your Expenses.
Whave taken greet pains to leers the wenn'
ot tits people of than vicinity, in respect so
, , "
BOOTS Ex SHOES
And have endeavored to Barely Mee sante:- Ilre;
hove boon to the bon Illatinfooturers in :
, Massachusetts, :and Ordered ,1: .!
rrh e J3est4,' G-oods r
'THAT CAN' BE MADE L,
, 4 ,. ,
For Our állii0M9111 mind he public, and would calE
,-, , attention to our excellent stock of
: . :14
FirlE STROUC SHOES
Styles that cantata be hand olsewhoreen thoState
And we have no hesitatioa in sesisg, that ,
I t, we eau furnish a Lady, Gentleman"
k Wily or Boy, with a nicer '
; - and better 17 ! ,,,)
,"!;t ! v
Than ellit ha iought in any oTher -
J.61:1111CHER gr CO:
No. 8 Second Street,
: ' 469ug, ETV; ! '
Bet. Main and Sycamore,
MAIL MALIN mart
, r c,i
P. 8..Well'hare GeiMemen's Nue Bovad Boote,
Ladies' and Kisses'
SEWED- CALF SHOES,
Which we have bed wade to order.
:,,, , ),Isiveti'l I at, -,SGAZ:. 1 II .11 t 41 A '''
'AND ' SHOES
.I., ,,,,,..,, ,., 11,,, ,
, , , .,,:: ,, ,,,,;,,,, 3. ot. .,
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l't f I ,o; ,,,;11o)') so. op 0 a tot '
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' To , A . oot r.sooloir
A 1,3110E ASSOIXTMENT Oio likED itED
41 Goode arriv,ng elmoot
The trade is respectfully limited to sissistlas toy
stock with the assurance bet they will find as
good Goods and m low prices a any louse in -rho
, Wool. ....
Thaukful. to old customers for nest- ihrrotti, '
would respectfully solicit a coasiustasce et the
same. , ,, art i
1LLIL July13.- o,. - - -
ENÅRPI:. Taos. O. fatrtm.
- 4 1 NEW TIOUCE NEW viremu;u1,
SHARPE dr- -SIIITItt
. GENERAL COMMISSION" 4'
AND , 4 ,
PRODUCE DEALERS ,
No. 5 South Water Street.,
f)L6.61a SVANSVILLE 1Prn
00x. ' v. Iv. Imams- vv.
COX & HUMPHREY,
Forwarding and Comonitogion
7 - Merchants. ':'
And SPECAL RAILROAD Aotarsi,-
oar will woke Mord cooh advances on con
signments of Prodsoo sad Tobsobo to Now Took.
etATE Di INDIANA; i . I ss ,I, .,'. Ilia le
Vanderburgh Couuty. J- " . . ,-p,
in the Vandetburgh Circuit Court,,kprii Tem
A' D- 1866. tf : - ..'.; 4 ki..,.., e", : ', .i 7
vs , o . Patiti311 for D:vorre, No. 93.
George Newinsii, , t - - - - ,
I T appearleg by atliJavtf. on file in the office of
J. the Clerk of the Vanderlinrgh Circut Court,
that the defendant in Dui above tee e is s bon.
resident of the State of Indiana, notice of the
pendency of this action. (the otject of which is to
obtain a divorce). le therefore given to maid dalk-ndant.
and that the eats will tend for ti i 4 at
the neat term of said Dourt,to be le-ertin ard held
at the Court-bowie in the eity of 2 ills in
the &suety and 'tete aforesaid, ou the 2d Monday
tat April, A. D. land. . . ' - . -.-" --'
Witness: Diythe Dynes Clerk of said Court,
kbla, fith day of rebrttary.'18613. -i
., BLITIlit Wirbita, (nett Y. O. D.
Clial. W. Basim. Fire kW. febT-3lW
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t.t! tli 111.'
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r, I-1 r;: 1
t&-- f G -,'
C onsider our MT antage4 t
We' are' now Tecelvi nil our
Queensware Direct ',
--from-the - -
POTTERS OP Taz woatD ,
beasts Steamers and placation baud nteamboste,
which land there at our wbart thin city. thus
mates bat one tranatartroni , t-o -
77. , 'il 0 ' ! tç z ;
; 7 al ,
! niirdanSVille Ind
4 Yee will eleservi, ibetefere, that we fiefs
and speedy trensportationt se welt an greet saving 1
in ineakage, which alone Is a very Important
Kent aoba annsidired, it; ;booed of our Wares..
tAU R STOCK lo ,inno of the largest oss4 beet slat
V.1 sorted to lis Wood in the West, aut jor oak,
at entressisly low lineage. - - t' " - ' -
We are now manufacturing dosertptive of
0 el Oil Lamle Caedle end Coal Oil Itattente. ,
which sis will sail- at. Wm tkan Jlinotintisti pricol.
Lamp Stock, co, 6,111Ing tt Burocre. ilird,et
thiniotre, Poge end toot, fir solo at saanottitinft
ere' oricet. t . .
Our now Catologne visa Price 'let, for 18,45. le
mew ready tut dis,.i.altcii,. shins w hi ,i,?..111x.
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A 'EC tbo BMA AO rigli tor this Lantos.'
rk which burns t;osti)tt or Lard Cll. We will
tsrat.S pm Hat &Dyne Mon- " v'' - '
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elver all others ar":
Irtawmw-TiniGlobtl cad removel more rapid
ly, sad glutted Sa tate that then say other-, ,
' BeCONDLIE Not requiring soy cement, he Globe
bring tree, the mtpantion and con trsctSce to equal,
which twat it tetellable to break.,
ntermrThio Globe can be tentatod and sew
he fitted by the owner without soy trouble.
ForaremrThery are moteeonteolent ior i
keg. anti can b itept in go. d order at one-touelk
tite ci et of the old My's,. 3 ,
Vaasa fin shit extra Globes, in any quantity.
toe any ,ot tbo Paterea. Len:eras Iwo A ;did,
nano en short notice. boat name or SD, thew in,
noription esgratsit on Lanterns or Globes.
1.111 LC -
Al at FANO i)L1,11; THANKTErt, FOB. girl
1,-? psu winks reos,vea 4nring CHI Peet kyr
yeamt, and loans pntelencut rtnid,nt ot this city,
dawAntet rornot I (witother they laced his pram..
sto,4 for 7ker It At) is visit his ROMS Slid IMO taut
VillvetlaatqC;r1116 a worltlitattottaattlitrodi
f 4 : ,7 tit 4.- 4
Aro-taint sur-lop sad ivory thing abot will 41SRV
tbo leoente of lits patients IF secored.by hint...EL t
Estaltilibraent and lactlitt
Aro Neal to arly , . : ,
: ' "it Á egtenx,cjweesto. ,
Ile has tsveral AL ateat sties
Allovia.tistir Palls wrkeit Zstraottlet
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Obsoks that sto smitten can ho restorod to needy
crow' ginal contour. all doolishiettyllmot ,
mode anywhere In the Vetted Stave.. era imago la
trim. Irroicularitino inildreq't 7t-o,5 vIco.vo 1
ally norroccoa., those bowing I - -
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Should tither have thew extrece4 1111.4 ,1,
lotto'. if pootibIe.) Tbo hoeitb of the palivi '631,
tkie retraining To.,th demand it.
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.6best. Trivet NIL. atillv DOG( Oahe,.
' - -;NOTICE, '
ham ge ,
T HATS SOLO T. INTEREST IN THE DRY
t400ds business to Iltpaine it Co., and tu
retiritg from latalgeah I reitorn my a!nrers
tbauk to Abe peiblio for their patrousge, and
hope the new firm will coutinue to receive the
mime. Ail peeves. knowing themselves i.d bted
to me will ;dome come in and settle immediately,
sad those having claims a.itiatt me aro rtipaested
to bring them in immediately.
- J. S. HOPKINS:
'7 OLD AND RELIABLE
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KELLER:.'. eLt,f-LAVH 1TE;
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COTTON AND Tait,'
i G.ENErtAm ,
NEW ORLEANS, LAs
CarkOon, Tonto à Co., Now York.
Speed, Donobo Co., blorrohis Toon
C tart, btookard Co., klobi
BIGGS, LITTLE co.
, AUCTION IND COMMISSION,
INItn It, c Jr rr
Real Eetate and
GENERAL AGENCY BUSINESS,
gala street, adjolitizir 11,,nling Irons of Watts,
Given A Con, adacah, kienmoky,,1
1114r. Cetelkaniente solicited, sad liberal ad
winces made moon loarobsadis., Agricultural I or.
plentents. needs. Country Produce, block. Farni.
lure Books. Ac.. , , ,F
lad'ar lleter to Whoolor A Rigs', Ivansailia,Ind.;
Watt', Given a Co , J. W. Sheerer Ca., Ash
broek, Ilyan Co., Beery finders, JillMel 0 Cal
houn, Sheriff. oc25:ly
..T. DUSOUCIICT &
- Produce' Merchants ,44
No 19. North Water Street,: 1
(Orr Btoor , irar.4 door to M. Oolootil 4,4
1081P11 WEOr, a : I : .1 it 7..114 litrIELTOL
West, Cc, Nettelton;
a couras3iou, , ,
AND , ,
PORI:VA R DI 111C
CO21...'PorDnAs & 'MAGAZINE.'
' New Orleans, La. '
To " BIEFENT19018:
Lvawavita.cIF.4. Lýwryi John 'D..
hiugynt irgamon.-13. M. Loavenworth. Cashier;
E. T. An1Livazt. lobo A. liana, Natl. I.
enrcultiAtt.N. a lietointon, Log. poop8,6m.,
JOHN B., HA1,134-
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION'
Steamboat, Agent end Whart-boat
1 ytt, Proprietor,
.EVANSFILLE, 0 iNDIANLI
t 11111C partnership heretofore existing ender the
firm of MAU Rudd. !forwarding and t'sam
usissiou Merchauts, Steamboat goats and Wharf ,
boat Proprietors. is this day dissolved by motoot
t. John 8. Dalt harts g bought out the' I
interest of O. ttud4, sit !melded' of the old
firs wilt, be mottled by Jobn B. tall, wbo,,will
dualism thit business es heretofore. 5,
-(1,' t JOHN W SHALL,' "
O. RUDD. ,
IT,Ohnoville, Tod , Got. d. INCA mild.-
ff. . Ittarrox..s..a. X. 111011MLN......DIMS NICHOLSON.
HUSTOLI & CO - ,'''s
Pprwarding Comm isz,lon,i
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ettivolt litålemProwr, r wm. Ir. MIKAN.
149 W. Frog Eraneyttlo, lad, w
, I fi III'. BARTON tik
Pommilwion and Forwarding 4,t
I DIN11.011ANTS, tg g
, 1 Tatouldtoulta mt,tot N.ot (nimbus,
litatirRefara to lobo W. Mho, Postra. lit Nat'l 1r
tat Csouna ; Patel )3ayard, log, Omit. Er. ;11
animals Nat'l bank, StaLavilla, intd6; Fostee
Brothers, , ' ' oe164tat
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. B. Fairchild, ,,,,
44)111S W. Binghtun !P.m
11, ow animas. t ' ' '"'"'"&"1"11'7- -
Frat;cialld, Verhoefir Art Bintkona, e ' I
Córairtission Zlerchants, ,
I ,S3 MAGAZINE STREET, . .. 4 t,i .
, V : NEW ORLEANS, LA.;'':.J l'!
oar29 deco , : , . I ,t 2:
'.it : I.. ,: 't .1$
!VIVI 1,4'4 1,11
Brown Dankerson- le; Co.-
E I IN (if ,L
41 , , , , ,
Commission- Ile-ch ts
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,s, ;Itto, Especia4,490triLl for Me Au 1'4
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: AN.DAILLE TaktiSIVATATION ,t:1å -
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Tobacco -o on
FACTORS: I J."41 d
inntbDANTs,VINANciAt AND TRANS1,
bilLIT110 1 01,
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(J '"11 '1 Nely' anti, La .1
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N. Wi Samuel L. Fortes..
WILLARD tt PORTER,'
FORWARDING and "
Commission; ilterthants,-' '1
And Dealer la All kinds tif tooduet4 ,1 V 4 fP
or Liberal advance, 111100 OD CODSIginnentill t 7
-11iD 41, WATER PtREMT,
, IL VANSVILLE.
;; BRIGGS & WALTERS, --' " '
Wbart boat Proprietors and ",
, and Commission
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....I .1230p; , I
S. IllAYBOROT. J. S. 11111 IVA En
Tr A ITTITY15 ent A. 4rrrerwrrloge ið
, HAYHURST & WHITTAKER,'
oProduce and C mmissign
a .1 ,,o4
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1p, 6 Ater (Lext IL Barnes.
- EVANSVILLE, INDIANA
arGIIUST,CASEI l'ILMAD PAID FOR 4-i;
Wheat, , eatt Reanat , "
1-kax Swett, ' Lard', ' '" Taaaw," '
torted lortatti, , 13.01Wiltil.:: .
-7777 4 '
, "' 44 1
. - NOTICE.
Notice -, of . thm-; Openin g and Dx- - , '
t , tending 'ef Fourth btreet. ,' I '"-;
worica to hereby given thet the Commini '', .; '44
1 Coosa I of the t3ty Of ilvetteville, at Ite see.' i','1,
sloe on tho 15th day of Jenuery A. D. 1506, passe . ,I
ed es order for the' opening end lay ne ant of 1.
Forteth street. eland city,. of the arld,h of 60 feet - .' '
6 inches, patai.el w lit Third st,eaf, trout the .. , ..:,.
sonthwast ',de of Cle a street to the s ley on out, , ,
lot sumbeoed 4, in the Upper Idelargement tf said 4- "4
city, and t ozu 11miwool the same tradtel parallel 1 'I ,,, d,
with birth atreet to i 6 ell street. lb Ube (held- , , 4
Ins between lots 37 son a, in Block No.2. bouth-' . .
ma Enlargement. to form the rasters 110. of seal' -"-4,
street trout said alleT to Powell tree"' "' l 1 4
Ali nersoas oten'nr or e'a Wog real eetate ad., -
joining et abottih,g open aid propoeed street, and, , I
kr ling tbentselr,s aggrieved by the peasant) ell i , , a
e:ardoti layoU130frordinianeeris: tionnistilhitcoolth.lcona:utrirLeer.lre Trio m, a li 911161cl: p lu: c't, Ill .1: 7 ;:: ..' .1; $.11,
tAl M. McGRIPF, Cleric..
City Clerk'. Office. January 94, lead. Jfinlett
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