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',' Ivor The -Atlantic & , Great Western '"Railway Company; have purchased the Richmond & Chicago Road, and int end .layingat double track front Dayton. to Richmond, making a continuous britad guage line from New:York to Chics:go , , 0 Seir The Workingmeu are spealdng ut. - We are gratified to lave them 'ex 1 " & '1 rheenc ot bl ue rtnr n al' i oe fw tall ef rJa oD 1 ritalywk' atnadrehoo'near-itity0. ; them; as they , ever have, been, tot pro - 1 ti , , , . , mulgate their views and feelings. Ve 4, I i,u have been assured all the time, that ;the IWorkingmen of Evansville would neever 1 . permit themselves to be used as a tail 4 lor the Copperhead kite. , , , ra I ., . .- ' . , 1, t -', ' LOSS pr LIPS ST EXPLOSION OS STEItM 0.04. ; i ,, Sag atacx 1816.-8h:ice -1816 sixty-toix 4 ", steamers have exploded on our Eastern, ' 1 l' 'Western, and Southern waters, causing l a loss of, three thousand two hundred sad lhirty-one lives.' The' greatest dia 1 , aster was !hat of the Sultana on the 27th '' ' "day Pf 'April, 1865, by which1,547 lives i . wore , lost. The next greatest disaster ; , was by the explosion of the Louisiana, 1 ' L' November 15, 1849, by which 150' lives I :were lost. In 1838 the flues of the Or - .:.onoke collapsed, by which 109 lives were -i . lost, end in 1850 the Anglo-Norman ex , i ploded her boilers, causing a loss of 100 - .-..-'' NEWSPAPER SUPPRESSIoLfThe order ',.. emanating from Gen. Grant for the sup-- , pression of the Richmond Examini4, it . 4 ,''is-said, will not b.e- the only one .of a ' similar character if the present course t ,. ot rebel journals is not changed. It is - , $'. notorious that many journals in .the 6 South are as bold and defiant in tress , . enable utterances as before or duiing .: the war. General Grant is said to be I 1' cletermined to put a stop to this firing of the Southern heart,. - ' If the influence of the Vincennes Sun , t was in proportion- to its malignancy it i ; , wonld be a proper subject for General - ,' Orant. , . . i ill . . .., 4 . 4 . 1 , ob... n , , A Card. REPUBLIC OP MEXICO, I Military Commander of SNOW and its t , , Depondinicloa. The undersigued has the honor to give you in the name of his Government, the most heartfelt thanks for your energy in establishing and preserving order in this city. During your' occupation of the place, the most perfect security pre , Tailed, and must compliment you oti ?the discipline of yotte 'regiment, , it !be-. ing under the greateet possible temta ,, Cons, Asnd having' so religiouely per formed its duties. , - r ' ' I do- beg that you will be pleased to , communicate the smut, to your officers , and -men, offering them, also, in my vame, moet sincere thaoks. ! -' Accept tay most distinguished consid - 3 eratioa sad rebpect ' Indent ndence and, Liberty, January '28, 1865. - 3 , , HENRI A. Mg.tti. !I! 41 To Col W. Limy, ci aimanding 4fiti Cr. I Colored Infantry, Boca Chios, Texas. Lynn ia an Evansville boy who - Col. Lyon ia an Evansville boy who enlisted in the First Indiana Cavalry, and was afterwards transferred to Abe 46th IT. S. Colored Infantry. WI learn that his regiment is now on its retarn to ' be mustered out of service... 1 1 BOLD BORDERT.--We are informed of 1 i L- one of the boldest robberiet, perhaps, I á' , ever recorded. Son3etime since, two I It, . ,, men hired a room near the Adams' te- i , il -'press office in St.. Louis, and set up some sort of an office. On the door was a ..it , - 4 , card bearing the tame; H. C. 41avis---in . '.'the style of an office card. ' One of , the ' .4 :- parties then visited Alton, Illit,, from which point be expreseed' a package of - ,-.' money directed to EL C. Jaeis, St...Louie, , giving number of building, room, itc. ' t 'When the agent started out to deliver ' mosey packages, as is usual in all cities, ! seeing , that the one referred td ' was , nearest to be delivered, he did not put it in the carpet-sack or satchel used for , ,,, inch purposes, but carried it in his bind Airectly up to the office referred to. On . ', , gaising admittance to the room, he in . ,,,,,..,, quired for the person to whom the pack . 4 ...,. age was addreseed, and being answered r i ' , , that be was at the right place, be pro. , . ceeded to deliver the package, At once 1 the door was closed behind him and be , . wu choked and gaged, and his band i " ' 11 sachel rifled of its contents, amounting .,, , to about $40,000--ercept a few thou. sand that in their. haste they left lyi'ng On the floor. There were three personi ri in the room- when the agent entered. ' The parties made their escape and had . 1) f ' not been detected when our informant left 4 ' ' the city. The above information was '''. -.communicated to a friend, by Lt. Col. 1 ,' Abe Share, who has just returned' from St Louis. Thie is a uew dodge in die i, - ' , art of robbing. - '' - -a, t, ',-.- ' , AN ILLINots Virmocat.---Last week says the Csiro Democrat, while Me.f,;,,I. ver Arnold, of Amboy, was securing . ' some wood near Bingbamptoo, he notic 11 , ed some strange tracks in the snow, and - ' found something that resembled lb wild ., oatva a heap of brash. , He fired and , - , tilled it After dragging it out it prov - ' cd to be a large gray animal about five , Joe feet in length, having large claws and a ' - singular ferocious aspect. , None of the ' -oldest inhabitants- bad- ever seen any. ; t thing like it, or could give it a place, in ' , 1, natural history. I It weighed about fifty . ,..... -1..;nsia and stuff 111111Luiy - - - , pounds, and bas been skinned and Ittr twoRervatiOn. stuff , id tor 'preservation. ...--- . . ...., i 1. , A.-, I.: , . . . ,1:3't r: :. ;,,..r- - , t .,:, T , . . , . :4r r A ' f . ' '''.7 i i --:-.1:- - - J., , . - ., i ., .- ' 1 . (--' r !--- ': .:. J .. 1.1. ,k) ,) . 0111111liaMMIIII1 , .. :- VOLUME , ,r), Let Them Go. ,,,, : kWhen the Israelites demanded, by the mouths of Moses and Aaron, permission to depart from tbe land of Egypt, they made no profession& of loyalty to Pba roah. There seems to be a portion of our reconstructed rbrethren,t however, who desire to enter upon an exodus of their own, provided they can find a.pil. lar of fire by night and a cloud by day, notwithstanding their devotion to, and labors for " a government which remem bers norWashington.1,1 The Montgom ery (Ala.) Mail, being in great affliction on account of General Sherman's orders prohibiting emigration from. New Or leans to Mexico and South America, thus,la all sober earneat, pours forth its supplications to the President: " Wilt not .President- Johnson let us go if we d-sire to d so? We will bor row no ear-rings-and jewelry like the children' of Israel; and will not even ask for a retortrof our own. -; We have , labored faithfully ',for a government which remembers not George Washing , tónand have been taxed sorely. Will the President not let us go?out of thit land of iniquity and the house of bond age. ' Our fields are desolated Our cattle and stock are being killed up by a, murrain of nigger Ind es:Adler. The lice have covered the land Our 6ret borri 4lead - in every house May we not go out ? We will leave be bind us our jewelry, our maid servants and man'servan e, our:oxen and our , asses, and all that we have, provided we , can have the 'benefit of that cloud by day and that pillar of fire by night, to separate hope for the future from the memories of the past I -- - &- This truly touching and melancholy appeal should be heard, provided ar rangements csn be made for the pillar and the cloud, which seems to be an in dispensible part of the,t arrangement. Any Union soldier who accompanied Sherman in hie advance from Dalton to Atlanta, or wherever our army was engaged- in following lip the rebels, will,- however, object to be held responsible for the affliction which the Mail declares " covers the land." They will testify with one voice, that as they pushed forl ' ward t occupy the deserted camps of their foes, they ; invariably found the land afflicted in the way the Mail indi cates., - - r Strange ETent. (nem the Katmai Rate Journal. lob. 7.) Last Saturday -night, while Mr. John Callahan and his wife, who reside 'near the park in this city,' were sitting in their front room reading, Mrs. Callahan got no and 7ent into the kitchen for some water, On opening the door an animal entered, and 'on seeing the lamp light made a apring from the floor up to 'the ceiling, but fell back with a crash. He then eprang on the stove, then to the piano. By this tim.o Mrs. Callahan bad retreated up stairs. Afier fastening the stair door, Mr. Callahan took a hurried view of his new ;visitor. Froni former observations, which be 'bad hal in the mountains, he soon decided that -the in truder, was a catamount , or tvilci-cat. Like an old soldier, that be is, be pre pared for acti on. ' First, however, he opened tbe door and gave the ugly var mint a chance to compromise by leaving. But his opponent did not believe in back, tog out if be did get into an uglyscrape. No armistice could be agreed upon, coe-' sequently the parties prepared for bat tle. Mr. Callahan armed himself and assumed the offensive. Tbrowing out his skirmishers in tbe ebape of a billet of wood, his cat hip received tbe first charge on his side, when he in turn sprang at Mr. Callaban,, but landed on the table. From tbe table he made a demonstration upon the windows, liter ally demolishing the curtsies. He then took op a position on tbe settee. Mr. Callahan- followed, op the attack, when the eneeny took possesaion of and perched himself upon the bureau glass. His weight here over-balanced him and be fell between the bureau and the wall. Mr. Callahan got the advantage by push in; the bureau against the wall end hemming in the rascal. ' ! ," At tbis injunction Mr. C. received re inforcement in the person of another soldier, Mr. Baldwin, late of the Ilth Kansas. They now proceeded to barri cade theeenemy's position so as to cut off his retreat. A council of war was held, :tad it was agreed to catch the enemy alive if possible. This idea had to be abandoned, bovrever, when a navy re volver was brought to bear upon the cat and he was shotone terrific scream, and all was over. The cat measured three feet two inches in length and six teen inches in height. 4, Mr. Callahan has taken proper measures to preserve his bide as a trophy. Mr. Baldwin, who is a trapper, thinks this almost as ugly a customer as he ever saw. also states that while out hunting Friday, be saw some four or five of these animals a short distance south ot the pity.:41 j .1 1 vz The ; Connecticnt Union State Convention was the largeet and most enthusiastic ever held in the State' for . years. ,Prudence and wisdom guided the de-liberations of those participating in its proceedings. In speaking of jt the New York Tribune says: Of the 're.solutione nobody,' we think, can complain.- They give a pledge of support to the President in his labors " for a just, complete, and permanent restoration of the Union," to which we all can certainly agree ; while they re cognize in the Uoion majority of Con gress " the true and tried defenders of the principles of constitutional liberty and order," in whom they repose with entire confidence for the settlement of questions belonging to the legieiative department of the Government. Upon this division of the word of truth there can be no reasonable criticism. The Convention evidently weighed its words and said just'what it Meant. : ot 91 no - 'univereal suffrage " There is pfank in the 'Connecticut "Union form J; : .,,t 4 : The Wabash Democrat, published at Mount Carmel, Illinois, says: While we have such able, giant, dis creet, fearless, and truly loyal exchanges as the Cincinnati , Daily Enquirer, the New York Day Book, tbe Daily (Illinois) State Register, the Quincy, (III.) 'Jerald, the Cairo Democrat, the Weekly Evansville (Ind ) Courier, and the Semi-Weekly Vincennea (Ind.) Sun, we feel confident that we can select matter enough of interest, added to our own original outpourings, to satisfy the cravings- pf our hungriest patronsatt for 12 a year. , . We should dna that gleanings from such exchanges might be made as would suit. the mete of the most fastidious Xiyptikt4-. reader- Truly 'loyal" ez,- changes, is goods, decidedly refreshing, wheu'appried to such Mere. , t 1 -.--.. ' V it! , :T: jj (-s. r )-,) , '41 THE'VERY-ILATEST BY I:4 U4 Or :AAP ix. Freedman's Buri3au Bill. , ;:: , Vetoed' by the .Presideùtð. , General -4Grant and Rebel , Newspapers. , ) . , : , -7-7,, Latest from 'New Mexico. 3 i ' , 17;1 - 12.:-17, ; 7 ! French Soldiers :Disgusted ) , and:Deserting.f., i Losd,,, Meeting - of the Fenian : ) Congress. , ,-, I I, , , , 2 6.1 !.; Gen. Lee and the Recon ' struction Committee. 1 0 Resignation of SecrettulT, ' Harlan - , :) I ; t) Item& j ,IS;KIF YORK, Feb. 19.Times 'special says a 'dispatch was received in Wash-, in2ton last night, from New Orleans, which announces that Gen. R. Clay Crawford, the Bagdad ,filibuster, has escaped front the fort where he was con finfid. , confederate has been liber ated 'on parole. ,,, ' : Dispatches recEived from46e-n. Sheri dan state that every thing was going on well on the Rio Grande. , The World's special says: .flon. J. S. Hatch, of New York, author of several Reports on Canadian reciprocity. is here, at the request of the Ways and Means Committee, to confer with them in gard to that matter. " The British Minis ter is still in conference with the Com mittee, relative to some plan that will be mutually advantageous to both'g ov ernmenta The Herald's special says : For 'the one vacancy in the old Pay ,Department of the regular army there are about 500 applicaets. A memorial, signed by the citizens of ,ISIew Bostont, and, the principal cities in the Union, is about being pre sented to Congreas,- praying for the ap propriation of $192,000, the SUM recom mended by the Secretary of the Navy, to be divided among the officers and crew of the Kearsage. The Herald's,E1 Passo correspondent, says: 'There is a great and very favora ble change in the feelings of the people in that section , towards President Juarez He -entertains little fear of the advance of the Imperialists to the pres ent seat of Government, and is conteta-, plating a military expedidon to ,West Chihuahua from them. They have bow, 800 troope at that town, and are fortify , ing it. , The French soldiers of the Im perial army in that region are odd to be generally disguited with-their-present service,..and, large lint:therm of them have deserted. Some of them are cross-, ing to Texas end enlisting ia the Ameri can army. Cabinet liteetleg. WASHINGTON, Feb.- 19 There was a Cabinet mee ing at 10 o'clock this morn ing and visitors- wire- not admitted. In the meantime: a reportsprevalla that the business for which the President called the Cabinet together has refer ence iC) the amendatory freedmen!. bill.; It appears from present appearance that Congress and the country will not touch longer be kept in doubt. 1 , , C 4 k Fillialt Coniress.-.0,4 New YORK, Feb. 14.The Fenian Congress at Pittsburg is being largely atteuded by delegates from all sections of the country. President Roberti and Generel Sweeney are tn attendance.' Fire lit Cincinnati. CINCINNA Feb. l9.The Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad Company have completed their track from Loveland to Cincinnati. Tbe first train passed over the road on Saturday. , , ! saddlery and harness. atore of McCallum Brothers, on Main street, was destroyed by firel yesterday. Loss, $20, 000; insured for $5,000. 1 Gen. Lee's Interview with the . conetruction CoslainittillIN, , Nzw Tout, Feb. 19.Of Gen., Lee's interview with the reconstruction corn. mittee, the Herald's dispatch says: He was quite reticent and. did not volue. teer 'toy remark beyond the proper an swer to the questions' addressed to him. He said that so far as he had opportuni ties for learning, the people of Virginia had accepted the. result of the war in good faith and were anxious for a term, ed amity in the Union. Whoa pressed by a question, he is said to have intima, ted that the 'feeling for the Union was much strongeriust after the close of the , war than now, for there appeared to him to be some impatience ;amotig the peo ple, that men who had not been identi fied with the war in the South, should be preven'ed from representing the &stet in Congreas. He declared there was a disposition to treat the freedmen kindly, as well for their, interests as for the white people. ' He expreased a decided hope the Govirnment might endure for all, time, and regarded the course of President Johnson' and Gen.-Graut, tce wards the South, as liberal and humane. I 1 ownapoN V 1 Freedmen's Berson Bill.'4 , tsw Yosx,- Feb. 19.-The 'Herald's Washington special says ,that 24 hours have marked a) wonderful- "'change in public expectation here,toncerning the President's opinion. of the Preedmen'i Bureau Bill. ' Nearly- every one. now tan tee that he will return it with hie objections, and the most favorable hope entertained by any Radical seems to be that these objections may be so 'unim portant that Congress can modify tbe bill until it commandi his approval Resl gnotion of e e eee ary.ilarlan- NEw Yogic, Feb. 1.9.--The Herald's Washington- epeeist- says theresigna tion of Secretary Harlan is the current topic of conversation. , He is kaown to have expressed to a., member of Con gress of hie political persuasion his in tention not to remairt .mucb,, longer. 'Mule who Itre in. the most eligible places for understanding the,Presidenes mind upon the subject, assume that le is only waiting the ostracism of Ten nessee as a State, which is evidently the plan õt the Reconstruction Committee, to invite such of the Cabinet ministers as are in known accordance with that decision, to vacate their Olen i f Si e 01 8 eial le L811 tne,' le !lay et bite re th on so S. ja mai la ere, T eine tb rel OLP. VI MU. Si will di M la the W Pia at 500 m al pal CO. th lip. la 111 ', to Lk raw Mi of enf n( rep- TI ple ent ni the es,. et ni est in Ditte W tr be dt ent th etn or "-:! 4 EVANSVILLE ova,- fk.ante maid Southern' hews. , papers - WASHISSIOS, Feb.- 19.-1t is 'known that, on Saturday, Gen. Grant refused to revoke the order suppressing the Rich mond Examiner, exprissing himself in decided terms against the publication of a certain. class of articles in Southern papers, as calculated to do irreparable mischief. On Tuesday, however, Mr. Pollard vras official!? informed by an officer of Gen. Grant's staff, that the or der would be revoked. The course of that paper will in future less liable to objection. Gen. Grant will, however, take care that no newspapern shall be published containing sentiments of d:o loyalty and hostility to the Government, in any of - its branches. The persisted publication of articles calculated to keep up feelings of., hostility between the dif ferent sections of the country, wWI be no longer tolerated. , A circular to this effect,' dated 'Saturday, is addressed to the Department Commanders, who are required to live such information with a view to the suppression of papers of that character. - There is no distinction as to North or South. , , , ; The Freedmen's Bill Vetoed. Nsw Toss, Feb. 19 A special die patch to the Philadelphia Bulletin, from Washington, says the President's veto message on the Freedmen's hill has just been received. It is very elaborate, covering upwards of thirty pages of fools cap. He is opposed to the bill in every shape and form; he believes many of its features to be ,, unconstitutional, and says no euch legislation for the South ought to he adopted while the Southern States are represented. He thinks there is too much appoiuting power in the bill conferred on tba President. , He en term into a full discussion of his recon struction policy, and thinks the Southern representatives ought to be admitted. KANSAS CITY, Feb ,19 --The Journal of Commerce publishes a letter from the ,army, .dated Santa Fe, 3d,, which "The Legislature of New Mexico his jast adjourned. , A large number of laws were passed during the session. The free negro law was repealed, and the constitution amended so as to make servitude under it voluntary. A con vention has been ordered to frame a State conetitution, and the election of delegates will be held the 1st Mooday in March. The conventio'n will meet on the last Monday in April. The constitution will be submitted to the people immedi ately after being framed. Only two members of - the. Legislature voted against a State organization. ,t - , ,; - Nzw Yoee, Feb. D.That-tenor of , the official dispetthes from ,Trance, re lative to the withdrivial of the' French army from Mexico is less favorable than was suppobed. The withdrawal 1mill be conditional on the establishment of tbe new empire, and , the pledge of nonintervention by the Ueited States. The Mexicans mu t accept Maximilian or endure a foreign army for an indefi nits period. The Herald's Montreal correspond ent states that the publication of the negotiation proceedinge, showing the failure of the commission' to affect in Wasbiegton t reciprocity treaty, create' much excitement. The provincial merchants are muds depressed by. their tradn -prospects for the coming year, but the Government organs pretend io find consolation in the ass,tatnption that this &Here, will hasten the realization of the provincial confed eration. The ,ministry are now deter mined Co- make another effort to cerry this latter sneasure to completion, but there is a strong oppoaition to it among the peopl ,, and a bitter contest among the latter lad antielpated. River wad WeettNr. T Clemtun, reb. 19. Noon.--Itiver falling, with 21,feet Inches its the channel. is Weather cloudy. Thermometer 38 A etirThere,is somn. aIngiettr, we learn, felt inWashington ate to tfte action a the President on' the Freedmen's Ba rean Bill, and from the doubt involved, we presume, arose the report, current here yesterday, that it had received his veto. It is 'unnecessary to say that we trust there is no other , foundation for this report than the fact that the Presi dent has doubts as to, the wiadora ,of some of the provisioes;of the,. Bill. , It is to be hoped that he will waive these, unless they are vital points, which d )ee not seem likely, inasmuch se more than two-thirds of Congress have paased the Bill atter the most careful examination of the whole subject, and three mem bers of his Cabinet, Meagre Setrardi Stanton and Harlan, give it, it is said., their -.unqualified, approval. ; ,We still hOpe that the act will receive his signs, turet and that one question of so much' moment is taken from the category of possible differences between the Presi dent and Coogreas.--.67., Y. Tribune. tärAn elderly lady,,, telling her age, remarked. that she was born on the 23d of April; Her t husband, who was pres ent, -observed,1 "I always thought you were born on the lst of April?". ,i"Peo ple well might think so, rephed the lady, "In the choice - made of a hus band." hand." ; , :.It is aggravating to see a goori-looking man wrestling with your wife in a waltz, without having the privilege of going up and tightening his cravat. !;, y ; - RELIGIOUS NOTICE. litter Gao. Ir. PINTECOST Win preach at Matti 7a nall Ibis (Tuesday) evantag at I O'clock. L71, LIP TAKEN 'UP. DY THZ SHBACRIBERS. ON LAST 8 &THE. 1,11 day night, one otouee-eutered Mare Mule. about 13 heads blab, Are years old ibis eprtbs, Witb split is vigil' ear.. The owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and for this adult. kileinent, and take her away. ! BACON at SONS; . feb20-1w Livery Stable on Locust street. ---- BUILDERS.-- - - SANSOIL & TINNEMEER, Builders and Contractors, 1; EVANSVILLE, IND. T WOULD MISPZOTPULLT INFORM MY 1111111:10NOUS customers that I hare taken into partnership Mr. Conrad 1 innemeyer. The butt nem will bereaft it be carried on at bora. Thankful for past lasers, I ask a continuance of r the same for the new arm. 0 I - MIS ' - SANDERS 'ElittilleM. nM..M..,IMENIIIENIFM ' A CARP. 1. Z. ' G. FULLIIIITON Lava of KY. Late of Ltai lord's,. Ky. MATTHEWS & FULLERTON, , : . .DEALERS Agricultural Implements. sUIEDS , A A --WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE,'' .AND-- 110 USE Ir ILN IS GING ARTICLES, . e No. 40 Main Street, t S TATIIIVILLZ,'IRDZAN A, , . RAU i News.- M2 - ie 'known .efuaed to the Rich- - Cot timself in 11Vrt ication of am ie e r 2.5trilso, reparable wH .ver, Mr 2 gt KI by an ply111 at the or- cos rile of for0A1 ess liable cliol boob wa v ebre, brulacl ts of d:s- bond. 'ernment, 6,7r,ofs, persisted frgi Ito keep and 2(1 the dd. decrsul WI be no BAC to this Dal ressed to wrri Ithe are BIN tion with 45Ncti papers of NW istiection " "II Writ , OM, tOod. U. 11 ecial dis tin, from meg veto FLO has just Prtrcieds labotate, colt of fools- 114 in every ItY1 ManY nr suryitu 3nal, and le South ate tiri Southern :1111L1 3ks there 18a f in the Itr:ber , He en- e -1110 is recon- LOT Southern Pill Ate& Journal trict! er fr001 priog Irbieb -'00ks OAT , Id LS xico his ", sav mber of IN session. sour.1 led, and 1 to make ' A con- frame a ) ction of pm' r oDday in Ail et on the Ifirst tstitution MA" t. O. t imtnedi-3 Inly two Tut e voted , tenor of Pet &nee, re- PICT (I ' French , alienate 4 thdrawal liehment edge ot Ate ' 1 States. IL 11" ,xlmilian 3 indefi-respond-12 of the ing the 33 3 i affect in "-' Diprocity till I A re much s ,3;.-33 pects for ill ernment 1.1 313 in the chuottsfetedn- Thur 3w deter to carry Ticketi tion, but t among .44,bisi among .River c t its the OMCe 3 er 38') re learnt n.nni ction ot en's Bu- nvolved, 1 current iv tived his La that we Sago 3tion for le Presi adow ,of (Bet. Bill. , It If e these, lob d 3es "Pig ore than ased the ikt nination oe mem- , Seward,. is said, no We still ear lis signs, thl!cl. so much aP.' 111 Tory of e Presi ibune. AT her age, 4 AI a the 23d ' as pres- (Balm ght you 111211,- )lied the Isola's If a hus A! l-looking Nearly a waltz, foriaw going up ; - 3 mwsoMiligingin I 3CE. - A t at at Mar , I lock. ) I SO AST 8 ATTIRe Ilese Mare Mule. the I ibis aprtng, A r is requested Ittte or Otis &Ant. r.- & SONS; ' mut street., .fl 4 tics trai frail ENER, 1.71? ractors, -1 itirOMM MY taken into 4r. The busi ibex. n ontinuance -1 o sus 811030111. at essaissisesse Ws . ; di 4 miarcis44 z axe milord's,. Ky. get ERTON, , , , ements. pr; RTICLES, 14 It , I ed. -gllifiMOPMMMOliffP'1";"1112WMilL ' - - ,-, A - , - 0. ,,,, , ,,, . "- , - 'LA D' T U ES I) -FEB MARKET ' REPORTS. New York Markets. - New Tose Tebruný 19. - -- COTTON is ?Wiser snore steady, bet not very active; 44c tor twiddling - 71,011b is dui and beery, and commra grade. am 10 to 20s kargt ; 7 40(47 90 for extra elate; 8 258 65 for common to good shipping brands ex tra round boot) t,bio.- ' WH ISKY is heavy and der-Ming; intern 2 20 WHEAT is dull 'and common grades are noml Daily 244c lower. ., , CoRN is without decickd change,. : OATS ars doll; 89(44So fst unsound ard 58454c for eound. , , 1-4 COFFEE is dull - ' - 1 UGA R qu tet ; Cuba Muscovado 101441.174c. MOLASSES quiet. - , PaTUOLICUM. quiet at 450470 ft.r relined in bond. PO OK is without decided chwire; 28 82X428 67 (Or caw mess, closieg at 28 6-34 ca b. , -n , BEEF steady; 18 0020 0-- for new plain mess, and 20 f0(ro'24 00 for new ex re mess. CUT MEATS sire firm at 11,,,V,413a my shout. dere, and 16XIllyle tor home. BACON is qui t, ) 4,- DRESSID riOGS qu;et at 1031;41254e for Western, ard 13(413c for city. , Western, a-d Uli3yie ter city. i LARD le firm-r at i6418c. BUTTER is firm at 22425c ter 01.1o, aad 3ta 45e for Stare. - - CHEESE steady at 16t2c. MONO. Y, mark .I quiet and steady at 6 per tent. on rail teens. '- '''.., liTifilLING firm at 101. ,, GOLD la a shade lose , opening at 1367 aad cleeing at 137 D. to. liTOIAL46 aro quiet and lirtu. . Cincinnati Market. ' ORDOINDATI. February 19P. M. FLOUR remains unchanged, 12.4h us regards price and demand. - , WuET is duii at 1 80 for No.1 DoW roa. CORN is steady aud in fair demsul at 53o for Ns. 1 she'led. OATS are dull at 45c for No. 2. lag is du and pri -es nominal at 73c for No 1. PKOVISIONS ors firm.' but quitt. n 1 bar buyers aor sellers are disposed to operats freely ; mess Po k is bleier. closing at 29 00; bull bleats ars Arm at 12, 14, and 16; to shoulders. Idea. clear sides a-d ckar rib midas; Bacon is firmer and in oron4 JIbbing demand at 14, 16 and 111a thGullers, 'Asa and clear side; Lord is armor and prices: higher, sliming at 18c for prima c tr. Cl 11001111E6 are dull. COTTON is dull at 41c for middling. - tb is dull and pr4ces armioad. : , , Chicago Market -; J, - : - Cameo, February 12. FLOITIl aonaleally lower. WHEAT opened at a decline of 33lic good apriog I 16(-41, I8,Kt -t " , "-'00ttiv le quiet. OATS are Coil. IASS POKE advanerd 26c ; 26 254r6 , LIVE HOGi are active, but um beuged. , PRESSED HOGS are firm at 1112c,, - ' RECEI PT4 2 MO btad of begs ; 4,900 brie of dour, a d 3 200 of wheat- , , , ' ' AMUSEMENTS. - s . 111;.Vtr , LIETROPQLITAU 'trot Street, bet,. Vine and Sycamore. MA RTIM-12101.DIN... " M. O. PULL& 4obt ...retiag low Manager. Tuesday 1:Teu lug, Feb. 20, 1806. The Musical 0)8580 of the '''' f ti Pet of .the Petticoats. PICT (with GOLDICN. : To conclude with thlip Faroe of r a-n a o ithir Poor open et 7. The curtain erg rise promptly et f's to 8 o'clock. her Tbe Bot Moo he open daily frost 10 e. te. to to'clock p. , wheys epee may be secured , Willeout Extra. Charge. ''' CONVENTION. 1 ' . ' ' 1-1A.I.41-4rnIFAJEt JC, .--- .t -i -, - ,, . , . ', i , , 1.' ' --ON- ' ' - : -04.. RECULAR' TRAINS , 1- ANTI rnokt 7,1 UNION CONVENTION AT INDIANAPOLIS, Thursday, February 22nd, 1866. Tickets, up on Wednesday, down on rriday, only, w JOHN INGLZ, Ja .4410-St '''' 6 Superintendent IA. O. R. R COAL. J :DOD IA Lit, 1,0 0.0 INO I AM I 4 0 qa 1-4 rI.J0 0Mce on Water Street, Between Main -and Lotus& Streets. In A constant sul,ply, and ordsts promptly tilled. 631 LAW' CARDS.'"- k t Wm: Reavis; U. S. I CLAILVACENT. also, Beal Estate dt Collecting agent. OFFICE ON MAIN ST., (Bet. Third tE .Fourth,) No-951,10m. f 4 Keller's Gun St4"re,-,) - Ind. 5,51)19 , - -- A la V A II JOON8011, '- -.,',":!'- I,-,,,,,,1 . ift.ttox-riey nt L, v -,p, .;.. :--------- ; I EILW9 , 4 ,, at a at . , lqOTARY 13.1713LIC ,''' CARPENTER,- !.',' ' - ' 1 ' ' ' , ,- r e I $7 Alb v i , I v. , ,.- , , 4 , , - Real Estate Agent. ' :- ,:,- -. :, WHITE ' di ' - , ., or Soldtere and all other claims procured. 4 . ' . ; ' ' - ' dice-, ft.................111ANSVILLati IND. ' ' split dtt---. . , , --, 1 A PA. SHACKELFORD t. : & i : S. ft. HORNBROOL. ,s .. ,., , , . , shackelford & nornbrook - Wholesale Dealers in 9 olk, ., -,,, a, sa - a ATTORNEYS AT-LAW n'D - - , ,t; A ,A, . ..,,,, ,Art A ' And Real Estate Agents, Tis, ,, ,, ,, ðirl or ily:: R m , 0 4 -',. ' . OMee on Third Street, , 1 LI tx, V (flatmate Locust and Nein StreetsWest iiide-' 3 : - .."- ,-:' ,- - , , , . : -. ear Prompt attention given to Collections- -; , A N D suudl.tt , zt.--F ,F ,, ,.-1 , -, , . , , i A !.t - oasis ii. JompiscHIL.,......,acsan W. WALEIS , , ,, i. 1101111111 JOMIJISCHILagobeogweemooowallSitil 11. yawing, Johnson & Walker . ATTORNEYS AT - LAW, --, omen ON THIRD wronrr,, Nearly opposite the Court House. at the building formerly oesupied by the bste Dr. John T. Walker. , . al6 Sta '11.1 Walker, JITSTICE OF THE PEA " AND - a.,,,,,, 1-1 I Agana for alletettatiteg Pasadena', '''' ' - ."' ' ' - 1 ' '' Back Ptayr axed Wound, R DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND "'OR , , .1F1)the Widows and other legal reyreeestativem ot VOR DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND VOlit V the Widows and other legal representative of - some die in the service of the Untied States. Alice on the NorthWart side of Third Street, sear the Washington Boum and nearly opposite ' the Oourt noose, Svansville, Indionn. - All business entreated to hint will be promptly DrIS-17 4 - NOTICE. r- J., WEELS ATTER DATE or TE118 .A notice, the undersigord mill make applica tion to the Oity uneli for ,permisaion to build frame addition of 8 by 26 end 12 by 30 feet te bit" &slue house, situated on the Witty end of Lot No. 174. Donation Enlargement of the city of Evans., e. - - C. DEOKEE,Ja. - Feb 12, 1866 , NOTICE. NOTICE. - , To all Whora it may Concern.- DEING INFORMED , OF NUMEROUS fringemeute made and ma 4 by parties in Iv. aneville, Indiana. and vicinity. oct "Dodge's Patent, Open Fire Place." w hereby give notice that, unfelt' the psalm ming such infringemeat shall, without delay, di continue the IMMO, we emit enter proceeðitge against them. Any oils wanting the Patent, can get it, eliker la birateeem Stoves of - 111103. SCANTLIN & SON, - Who are our ouly authorizsd Spats. Jolla R. RYAbi a Co.. Cincinnati, Propriptors of 1)4dge's Potent Gram OtovoL----- . 1, STRAYED. VROIL A- Alta. FEB. 9Tft. A BEAVIL BAY IV Draft Horse; bee hie right fore hoof tractor. ed, bee smooth shoe ots fore feel. A liberal re Ward will be given to any ono giving iniormotion where be Isea be found. I t ,f s leble 2w - - - . - . , ... - - osensgENOMVEiggrinali ,..........,-....... -- - - . ... ,, - ,,,, 9 - ' ', :',.. -- , ---------- - - - - --'''''---- - - . --'- '-'-- t - ---"1", . ,-::- ,,,,t, -- - - -,-..,.--,---,,,,--- ,, 0....1--A, , -II , . - 1 0 , - - 4 N f ,. -1., f f '; 1,I , I , ,, ,- , . '37, '4 I i 4 Al.-, , ! , bid , o , , , ' ,- ; v,---, : ! 5S- - 7 ,f ,,,,i ,-, i-,- - ,i, I i ,- '0 -,1..-'., , , --RY 20, 1866 -: , TEE 0. ? 00 B , 1EAL, , , , : : , - - '''Iti 'BROS , - ., ,,, ,,, , ,, .,; PLOD.: --, , . ' 2! IGLEHEAltà. . LIILLEna. Wholesale and. Retail - DEALERS IN ! : P,Iours ' - lilresh ; , t r; r,., 1 ; i . , Corr , , . . -. , -1 ' , .,.. . , , , - . 4 , . r J3rans. ,, -, Corn, , Shipstattg - - - , Shorts., dSce ,,; ; TJÁTING TWO WILLS or OUR OWN IN -LI constant operation, we, in addition. ita,it also a g.00d supply of Cora :dry Mills' and Low Grade Flour, WItich wo ars gelling at reamomable rates. XI Goods Delivered free of Cr,arge. OPTICE--" SOUTHERN Corner Locust Street and Canal 10)15 II , ' , , , HARDWARE. ," , JrAcon STHAVII & SON, . DKL1.111115 IN Hardware, Cutlery & Nails, No- 74 Main Street, , atm Coon b3low th Washington Boum) Evansville, Ind. ' ' s 1 - Epecial INDUCMMENTS offered to WOOL", Site At 0A8E1 BUYffild. teb9-litodato , , . - PTOP(ISZATA :: 1-'s PROPOSALS.. , A P1111103ALS WILL Bit It 1CONIVED 13 at the Comity Auditor's office, until tint Ivo end Monday of March, 184a, MN' tee Medical At toodasce to the Coanty Poor and Prisone-s in the County Jail tor Gee your. f articulate furnished by application at tny Mos- - , - - febi2 VICTOR bidet'. County &editor. .Q PALED PROPOSALS WILL BZ IIRCEIVSO 'LI at the County Auditor's ethos, until the ere. oud Monday of Manch. 1886, tor Reeving mud Maintaining the Poor at the County Asylum, for one or Ore year.. Partkulare furnished by op. plio Won at my &Moe. VICTOR 1180H, tobla : r , -i County Auditor. MUSIC STORE. w. w. w , WAILliEN CONYNGTON.. Deo lore In Pianos, Melodeons, Music, ' And PHYSICAL MERCHANDISE, No. 1 MAIN 81111111'. - - EVANSVILLE, flak , TANCT GOODS, TOTS, ike. - , 'Instrumento-at ali lauds Toyed sod Repaired. i bort Italian Guitar, Vialla, sod Banjo : Stenos &wars on Saud. , szr All orders promptly Oiled. land tt D-RY , , 4 el!! EZW WHOLZSALE HOUSE.: , IlikKER M NeJo .1111 M.10A.Ni !! ,: , ' - - : t .1 ki , Would Inform the Trade that they have posed a bouts is Emassille, with sew sett complete stock a , , r 1 - -I-DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,' --- 9 , . 9 -9, ,9 AND - - '' ,V.A.INTC - M7 Gr4E)0017t, , , - - . , - ., '' Which they offer ' - ' --- ; '-- , 1411 very Zoo Prices for ass7e. ' Cash buyer, will find it to their advaatage to tall and examine our stock; la , Skirts, Corsets and Nets', i 7 We ars sot undersold In New 'lark; or else eater.. teb7 OhltP2NTEN, WHITE 'ANIL MANUFACTORY. Filo Manufactory, MOCK AND MEYER, SECOND sTREET, 'Between ,Syeamore and Tine, , Meat to Setchetre Unary Stab lea) - avantsville riNux TINDIRSIONSD HAYS IPTABLISIfID L at the above plata. a rile genufacttwy. bow Film of ell zinds can always be had Wig Pine will be Axed up lust Like maw, sad repairing of Medd er Toole win be promptly done. glee, Sheers foe Tin and Sheet Iron. AD work wilt lip done in the beet manner, and the public pitma ns is seepsettaily whetted. " .030-St MAGIC & LETIR. ' ' : ana netau , f ' : Is the a Oa record. --1 ERS IN ! - ; - ''' . 1 , -, u 3 e a . . Is tho biggest thil , , , - ': . necessity" that c , , ! day. ' - - :'. l Meal ''''i 9 t r; -: ' - - , i , The Cil , - ,--- , -',.-, , , Corn, Was the birgest ti , I c 'Domeier ova . ' ' ! ' 1 ' betwoes &tyres au -,-. - - - Inn ..- , 4,-, -- - i'As a thing." is SCULL, , . .' chases of its ever ' - , .i . , t - ' 1 ' ' " ' ' ''' ; '. ' r ' - uninv horts9 Sze.. ,, !., , ', Is the biggest 0 , :: - editor that ever g, But the Ibigges .......-. ) ,,, .; 4 , 3BI , - : ,r,,,:;. ,-t ,-', , La or oua owN TN shoe ., we, ha addition. lia' -,,, ,. '1 :. , ,. , i 3. -. Kt ' ' -. Buy To ls' and -1,ow . - , , - . , tor yourselves, Flour, . ' ' - - ' : , , - L Reduce g at reasomable rates. . . ' - ' ' .i , ' WZ have take! of the pop at free of Cnarge. . - - BOOT ruzilt liniLVv" And have endear . have been to ;hid and Canal ,- , 'rhea, i I - ' " . ' THAT tor our Daytime, ' - , . , attention WARE. ',,' ' -, FillE S1 AVB & SOlit,',; ' , , , , - , ,,.; Styles that cannot 11R8 IN 1 ' " And we have . , ,,, , ws can int . f , : :, ,Girl, ttery & Nails, , ,. ,- ., , . , lin Street, -, ,,, SEIO ,, . , , , , , 0- Washington House.) '-,, t Than can be Ile, Ind. ' s 1. ' c 'n . , , s. rTs uttered to WOOL', d 11, , H ,,,, feb9-littidAw , . , , 7 , ,' ' ' - - - - -.2 'No.' 8 ()SAL& - :' -- , - 3 WILL nt Bmtmcivico I , -- .;-, , . , .twe effice, until the iwe 184a, fivr the itieditel At I Bet Mal Poor and Prisone-s in the 7 7' ' - ' 1 Z: " 7 : r. f articular" furnished ' ,,, .. NIA IdCH, County &editor: ' p.t's: Wn hav" 8 WILL BR RZCEIVZB , ,,.'.!,. , 1., ; Wel filo until the me,. , , , 1, -I , 1886, tor Keeping and ' . Sub I the County Asylum, tor .7: ' ' - . I ' liculars furnished by sp. VICTOR 118011, SEWED - County Auditor. - 7 - - 3, 37,1) widow lir STORE. '' '' ' '1 - 1 I, - ,,,, - , I . CONYNGTON. '' '',' -' '-, ' - DM in relodeons, BOOTS s ie. - , I ., ! 1 .. . -!', MERCHANDISE, , '. .-, IN 8 fREZT. - - ., , --,, ! ,0. ; t.- EVANSVILLE, flak , , DS, TOTS, &c., . ,, ,:;',', : , i mile Tuned sod Repaired. , , itar, Vionn, and Banjo ' ' ' t- - '' ' - ' tly Oiled. Jan5 tt 771i ' 7 1,1 ' . ----- t' , !!' ! '''' - '-'.: ;OODS. W H 0 '':...: :J . , : .., , ..', ... , , f il :SALE ROUSE. - --- ., c.,-- , - , ,, . ,, ,:', ,. , ,, , , --t' - ,!-, le y 37.. - , 7 , -' -1, - ,; .1 A' : ; ; '); ,, ' : ELITE . & - . - -' ' --, ' '4 . , , ., 's. BAKER; MAIN , , ,, , . -fv, f , . ,.., Dealers in -.7 ;,,:,,,--;, ."'" '" . , , f..',',. ,;1 ,4,., G,, ,,,,,- 01.11,0n11-'11!-. .; :',-,", -, . ,.- ' VV .2 --, . ,t f : , , 1 .', -. A ;,' L.',. 'Ci .1 - tir D -, , , ,, ..-,i : - !!1,1-,..- 1 ...: , '' : A'' LAWN AN I 0Ers , , ... Goode arrivit ag , . Ths trade le yes if , stock with the a , ,,, , t ,I ., - ' to:od Goods anti a tile that they have "pond wTeotbask- int' -to'' -roi with sew awl complete ., ,. . , 1 , . would papectfull . ! .- :1 , 1, NOTIONS,' ''-' ' 9c9Ainrord.w.J9 9 9,99 9, 4 ww.liewereee ElD ,, - ' i- ' .I..- ,,,,, , - COI G,,C)001:), FILED. 8111111PL - .. ' IV ENV MC they offer ' " : ' - ; '-- SHARP , - ., ,, ,,,, ,, , GENE! 'rice for Cask. - - - ' - - ' , ' PRODUI it to their advantage to ,, No. 5 81 cit. In y,g,g.601 v - neiwoewolos - , - Its and Nega, - vorrELA ;,. -- , wy t In New York; or "lio. in . Don. ' - ' ' COX 6 WHITE A RAISE. ' . . ,,,, - , Forstardln . , '-' --'. - DI , , . And lIPIECIA -- tICTORY. ' ' ' . - our wilt mate ligaments tof Proi IlfaCtiOrYg aorlit , . , seweweemeeemw "Sr ' - ' '' -- COUI ' LEYER, ståTt.or lurð, In the Vandetbur , . , ' ' ' A. D. 1868. sntErr, , ZvaNewinse, ' , vs. - ' George Newman, more and Tine, yr appearing by , ,, k the Clerk of tit h Livery Sesbles-.) that the derendael ' resident of the 81 lle, I TI Ct.: peardenci obt 0,16 11' obtain dist,rce), HAVIC 1,TABLIaNND tradent, and that . rile Maauftertory. bow the pest term ot s iways be had. aid Piles at the Court-bens sew. and repairing ot ail the County and et promptly done. Also, la April, A.D. 18 I Iron. AD work will low Witness: Birh , and the public patron,- this, itth dey of Y led. -, , , BLI MAGIC A LliTIL. '' 'CEA& W. Datil k HARD t JrAcon STI1 1St ," ' ' ' DNAI. , , ,,. Hardware, Cu ' No- 74 1VE m 10 giro doore b3low ;wad Evansvi Epoeial 'NM:3VMM'. SAle CASE1 BUY1C1S, - - - s PROF 5 IQ ICA 1.113 PR1P031.1. - 1..1 at the Comity Andli end Monday of March, tendaace to th Comity Iltyntiopyi Jatil foratonmalwyoaaff SEALED PROPOSAL at the County Audi tgrg red Monday of March Maintaining Ilia Poor a one or tnore years. Pal lonlY Ain Won at nay efts. titbit ' ' - MUSIC ta. w. w t WARREN Deal lain Pianos, 1V, - At 12 iptlý Amid MEINICAL 631 No. 1 MA MM. TANCT GOO , Instrumento of all 11 i TWO bait Italian Gt : Etengs always on kaad T. iszr All orders protnp DRY ( her rt r - 6' - EZW .W1101.3 , . - : gl ! 1V.50 , op P. p-t Po ;' CARPENTER , , , , , )9N. 4' el .1 -Wholesale 9 0,1k, , J s; :- 4 ; 314f z - s I 41,F fliT !! lk di e rg , Would Inform the Tr, bones in Evansville, stock of . . ! ,1 : DRY GOOD! at, .V.A.INT , s of Wbich I mato , very -Low krizi , Club buyer, will find 1 tall and examine our sec Skirt Cors4 - - dies- Wa ars sot widen" Aid where. , hie teb7 OARTZNTEI mem, - la. ' ' - ti , ve--; .1111.nallV ,,A;s,,, 7, BOOTS & S I 5,4 1.:,:, AND - ;t , " urn nici THINGS! .4 4',A,; 1" " ' . TEE 01 BOOTS & - - r 4, ,, 44. - rtrivrt-Ivr- , f- .1 r,-1 L. f- c J , : ' - G; WATER', ALL' ; -- - , , , I, p,, ..,1 ,, :,,,,, AND . .t . --,1, t'i . I & 0 nr11. 121G TLIINGS1,f, ' - ; Niagal'as Va 118 lettest thing la the e2.111:11 a Watarfilli , , . , ,. , , . se Lis-1.4..avA' Is ths o. ' - " z) -my ,211 s , 65, ,,, ,,I, ,f .,,,, , kt ,.. r co record. -1 ,, , ''',, ? t 'te . , ,, , . ' : II , , , '; i,t 1 , I ', ' ',f' ' : t " , - i ' , , f 4 ..1.1.1'...N1, , ,;,' 1 ' ", :. .-1 :,.',.; in: s,e shape of a "tonitery " , "'..0r11 4LS S 14 4 ' 3 tr, flu.,, 5, , , .,,, I to, ths, country to. .,,,:.l:,ri : ! sii. . 40,,. 4 0 ,,,.. ::,t,...,L,-., .. , ,,, ', 1: -,;,r, . ,,,--,,1 ''-:,: 1,:'i, ''' ':',1:. , ;'t. .,!,;,.'!.6?- it'''''1,'.77: ' Is the biggest thing la 4..- -- -- .. on L) E,,i. ,-.... .'-',,,; : ctcessity7 that cats be f01118.. . ! ,..-; . . t : . :1.,.' 1 --, "41. , 7:, .., ,:,:. , ,..z., 4 .,,,,... 9214. - '-'71,',17"".Nsws,eacesossorm4'7,77:r ' - , , . j ,The Great. Itebella, ,,,,1 ! , , j,,,,1 4, -,,,,., ' -. LI, CZNS WAR ' ' . - .-a ',,,,,,,.. . v ,.-- , ,',. , , ,, , - v Wu the blegeet three le the: shape of ptt, ce 'noose ter OVeir , known, except tbeßlIC011ik, t I ; k ) 4. d " between &tyres end the, benecto Deý . . . - : TILE , 1,tit a thrac," la a largo one. with a very slim chases of heaver getliog say smaller. 4 ,, , , , 1 unicit, POMEROY.- ,,,, , , . , Is the biggest thing in the shape el' Western editor that ever got behind a quill. ' But the "biggee4 thing la toys b the , L , .1 13 S 9L1 ON 1 T 1 - ;hoe!-Store I 7 1 t : ' Buy Wour Shoes There lror youroolvoo, your wives and little onm.6nd you will - ' , - : 1 ,,I!' ' , : Reduce your Expenses IXTZ have taken groat paint to learn the weak IV Y of the people of this vicinity, is respect to , , BOOTS SHOES And have endeavored to supply tht se wants- We have been to the hot Meoutacturers la ' Massachusetts, and ordered ,,,- ) The Ilest Goods THAT CA11,13E MADE!' tor OW enotowero loud the public, sad would cull - witontioa io our excolloat lea of -RUE STRONG SHOES Styles that cannot be fJund elsewhere In thehate; And ws have no hesitation in saying, that ' vs can famish a Lady, Gentianaan, f : Girl, or Boy, with a siorr, and better - , SEIOB BOOT t Than can be tiought la any wher placc ' . We Vs , AIL, low sli ' --No.' 8 'Second Street !-- BOITT.Et EIDE. " BeL Main 'and Sycamore, -, ,,, ! ,, Klux MAIN STMEET...::- ; c 1 , , , .) LeWo Wee Gentlemen's Fine Sowed1Bootr, and i , '4. ,w. n ;Ladies' 'and 'Cisme?) t , , 13ENIQ'ED' CALF " SHOES, Wilkie 'relieve had made to corder.: Ji !1,1 -, ' -1 BOOTS AND:I SHOES ' , :a 1,-; : !,, : -1 , 7. , :11 1, ,t, , ',' r ,0 W : : "-I 2 , ", , , ' '; , : ";',J - , , ,:' Cu, W H 0 ,E SA LE ; ; , ,,,; Il . , r!!,r1 i - : , t F.: , L A ri : . ils 1,14 ; ' ',NO ' ' '"4"0 : 41;4. : : ,4.1; " ,t) r, MAIN STABET. -fw if 7,4 24 Ai , ,,,, j'!'- I '6:1'" : ;1, .9!1;.! i ,t, , , . :1; 1 , '1' ; Cri .,;: t r;, -1 : I.; .! .,, ,I) -- I A- Sin ISFIORTMICNT ON .11AiD, IND Goode arriving almost ' I Tao trade le respectfully invited to stamina oty stock with- the assurance that they will hod as vf;od Goods and as low prices as any louse in the i Thankful to old customers tar past faVOr.! !' would psspectfully solicit a coottioueses of the -,- ' IPrditillONIN Irairevitto. July13.. - " ;-;t COZIMISSION.-, , - "'SAD. SWAIM 1'. 4 ' ',SOL a EMITS. NEW MMUS, MEW FIRM. SHARPE-de SI1111, (I GENERAL COMMISSION' ' PRODUCE DEALERS, , No. 5 South Water Street, f61,6-6ce v IVANOVELLB, IND. - , WHARF B OATS. . - - N. 111111011LIT: COX et. HUMPREEY. 4 ,- ForwardIng and Commission - Merchants.,, ,r3 , Auß sPzcriLL RAILROAD AOINTS, , , RZwanswilloollact, sir wilt snake liberal mitt advances on sou. lIgnsnonta of Produce and Tobacco to Now 'fork. -- COURT NOTICE. , STATE or INDIANA.' ' ' 7, , Vanderbargh County.; ' ' In the 1160deburgh Circuit C:urt, April Term, A. D. 1866. - - Evellearmano ' ' "' tition fJr Divorce, No.93., vo, George Newman, IT appearing by affidavit, on file In the oillta ot k the Clerk of the Vanderbargh Circs4 Court, 1 that the dereadaet la the abeve came is a eon resident of the &ate t,f Indiana, notice et the 1 peadency of this action. (the object of which ie to obtain divGraq, therefore given to saiA cla tOndant, and that the same will stand for trial at the next term of mod Court, to be begun ard beid at the Court-beim la the city of Evansville, in the County and iqate aforesaid, oa the Monday la April, A.D. 1866. Witness: Birhe Nyasa, Clerk of said Court, thiadith ay et February. 1866. , - . , BLYTHE El Cork V. O. a - , CEA& W. Buisirr, rur 'a Alty ' tobT-81w " io ,; LND , , 0 MY se t tbe d rit'be. I ;4 ') N. MEM I IMF. 4 EC 1 6 Ei - - i-, V b taw: I on 3 ig wr .1 34 11.t BM ark. rrm, tl .; - .93.. el OT err. r011- the 7- bp to I cla at 7 beid 011 , Way tut, a e w- -,,, , . 1 , '''QUEENSUtititt & 1,-,n!E ,,; , -13wonatidtrt,s; .71 t T ,012 ' !"G!t-I 11"!!!! ! ; i - ., ,t ,.o.,-...-, , ; ' s,: ' t '' - '; , .,, . ,,,, 7 -, 1 ' 7 o ,, i ,, 'i; ,i A ,.. 1 q', i',,,.,.-4.; ; . ) I , , ,,,, ''''' ' -..... ' 'i ' I , : ,11)" L 3 u q ',- ' CIIIIV.4 av, ' ' . , : , .,I i , 1 .' ' ' 0 - t - ' ' ' 4 ' ., ' ,., Orli 41S S 14 , ' 1, 4', '., ', ' , ' k4v, t,,,.... , " .,,:I ' ''N 4 4 t P ' :- f;lk-1- ,:, ..,A e,, ,,, f , -h,.e,r, - :,.7.- . t . .. '-'-'''' EICZNS WARC , I ,! .1 -:.: a ,, , , 4'' ' ' "I, ; , , 1, 114,1 AND, : , , -z ,-, ll p. - , la II b, - maim dal& 14 - ,,, , , ' ! .1. .w ,, ; 4; . ) , có 7 our under our Advauta, - .... Vire are now receiving - -:, , , 4, , . Queensware Direct . , ..., , ,- , - from the.; .- 1! -- -1 , ,............nývk I i ð. We are now receiving : ,, , , , , Queensware Direct , ; , . from, the . T, . , POTTERS OF THE OLD WORLD ! - 'At Now Otleanotont crateful hoisted frOM tho Ocean Steamers and placed on board Steamboats, which load thous ot our wharf in city, than makiLs but OLIO transfer from , , LIVERPOOL', ENGLAND, !,i 0., ) : '1 vsinsville4 ALT C-Niy!;,: r, "' ' Yon wM observe. therefore, that wa secure safe sad sineely transportation, aa weli as great listriag la breakagei which atone, is a vary important item to ha conaidered in the colt of our Wares. , . - 3 I 1', . , 4 , 1 UR STOCK As atm Of the largest sod belt I"' sorttd to be found' In the 'West, sad lot sale at extremely lowyttess. . 'Ws ate DOW tuatsufecturing every deseripties of C al Oil Lamps Candle and Coal Oil Lawler's, which as will sell st less than 'Cincinnati prices. Lamp .eitock, assisting of Burners, I ihadoe, Chimney., Pegs and ifeertr for oat at tailaufactur errs' prices. .. .. Our DOW Catalogue' lind PriCe' 1,Ist;' foir1806, is now ready lot ilieuribution, whIch. will be fur nished ts Merchante only,on application.. -e,i i ',II :i f .-, - -' ,:,t, ;'-':.:-., ..., ,W :trf., 1 , i, ,!, - -t.1-49,-:--,..,- r .-J-1. --J, i ''''' 1 1 ' " ' I I lit '''' f" 4:1'14:14!04 1. ,),,,, ,,, t 1' :;,4 i 0, .1 , r - , 1' ,. , ,i'..'.,.pi ---..s;----'"9"."' . , is:. ',:r-.1,1: :-;:.; i! 8.-',1'..;:, .. .;t ,,,,,, I ":::N'' .t ,.,,;, ,-,,: 0.,,,, ,.,,..,,,, ..., A 1,4 e'. 4,1 , ;, ,,' . ... t',I .... 1 ' .1' ' ' . 1 ' ', , I ' ',I, Ai i.: i., f L. '111 ,t ,I; I:. 1 1;: ' , u-elm, ,I, iH.,: ''''-',.'" : - ',,,' a ,:,',.1-; 'r!b;,.1 : '. - , ip; ''...z , I ,-. 11444 ...,-;4 .7, ..-L. k 1.1.1 nt AW11111111.- .,,,, , , , - 1 ) IlL ' jil:-,ti ji '10 7,; , ''.!! ': 1 ,,,, i,, i, w., .7.C.1 i; g ,A.::'7-7 : 1-:LIT: ,,1; k ' :,.1, i'i i--1,.'., t " 4 I ' ,,,-,.,,, ,,11,,,,Z 1,1);,,prtif,.,i t'3 ; ''... L' ''' '''''': I 4,''',.f. ,li it:: r). . ti ', ',.'; 1,,,;1 ' g.-, ! ' t, T EC E ' ' - -- -,,,,.. .kh .L.,,,e L',fr '', , rt ili:, i ,,4 ,..;. T.laritern , -, THE PRIDE OF THE WEST! ; 2 1Pi .22 ss2,2 0:A, firtillt 1 1,i! 7,' k!' Li ,111;,(-4 ti . ,. .!. A RC the SOLE AGENTS ter this Tastitern, i'k which burns Coal 011 or Lard CP: ;We wilt width price list on applic ttont , 0 , . The iolvatitages of the 011Aftirrox LANTERN , ArFordat others In, el 'f I ,P.- -1! At, ... . ' ".' ' . ' irtemsts--TheGic,be can be removed oesetspid ' t ' id 11,4)i toted is Weil time than mapother. , :Yea; nligeo. - tbrmsee:.,rsziNtoT..tpren.ilionlbriine.gtonadbecoy neektimm. ivetniott; totie.401,:c wideb saak". ',valet, con be n moved avid & new Totuntr-Tb, row .A4.144117 etonble. It fit" 1)7 t ko mare eenteeteet tor clean - it'uarwiaThwif -1 -sp rod order &t onmloorth fog, sod can b- &opt , , , t . the eon at the old stylei,---.bes, in illy quantity! We can furnish tette t ,wee owe melt. kites tot-se" et the Patent Leo No (tr Au" ether tn., (minion short globes, bete imam -le flioliell . , t , scripties eigrated'on Leiternet! , , , ! ''' i -ett2-el r - , )4 r , , 4 4., 0 ,,' ,,, ,. . 4............. ,,,,,..,.... , ,, , , , . , ,,,,, .,. , I I ; p DENTIST t. -7 s 0 ,,, -,,, .r .,,, , 1 ft....P.. - 1'."--;-'kl-1-11 irtV. TJ 1 - - . , . ,' 1--- -1:--;IN '' ' ' --'" n EN (14, T i S ' - ' iii-ir...- ------, - -:-ì' ---r------: .10 I e A A: IS , LIZEL1110 :TEASKIrel. YOB TH11 r tibenbi pay' siege receives Ouring the poet foar rears, and botng permanent resident of Me city. desires ell psicei4 (whether they steed hie profess sional eervioes or al 4) to visit his rooms and oaths Heirless St yleh4 yrunk,illanafecotured , ; ' --- !.,;; nt. I provements Ikncl Inv,nitt 'Is, . Are being made, and everything that will hi siorPA the intonate of hie patiseW leetwared by him- H &stabilbison& and latilitt.a Are egiud to any is , ICAID;TMAtif CA7AZ HO has'ililaýeral Antesthe ties Aileviailiat Pain whoa Entrant's) I. :, Meeks that ore onnkou ton to rootorod to wooly !keit' ort glual contour.' All desirable styles of -ARTIFICIAL (TERTII, reads arewberetu rho Putted States, aro made him. Irrarolorities of Childrea'a Teeth imeosse. uliy corrected. Thom having ' - DICCATICD TIGICTIA , ' 3boold ottber have them Hxtracted or Irilled.(the tatter if possible.) The health of tbe parties an the remaining Teeth demand it. - k IMSURALGIO ArrmerioNs Taren , , a ALUO CLIAFT PA LAT" senses au Virgil Sit.. Pisan Post Winos NOTICD. , ' A-)t: Virm- I- HAYS BOLD ntY INTEILESY IN 'YRS Dia Goods bhaineta to Ir. Hopefuls A Co., and in get01g front haziness.' I return sty Motor thanks to the public for their patronage. end hope the new firm wilt continue to reoeive the sante. All ',emelt, knowing themselves indthted to me will pleats come In and settle immediately. Dti thoeottating maims &solstitial, are requested , to Wing them in immediately. Jloal - , J. ig. HOPKINS - , DRUGGISTS: 7, ' 1 OLD'AND RELIABLE -st (Mast) limbed- 111M) : Wholesale Drug Store KELLER-,Y 617:WHITE, tar Ste OS Naha Street.' WAN i - - i r -our , ,V.,,f ,:, : ..; ,::,f,' ;'-':.:-.: ', ,W ';T: ,: .' :. ,;:1-7,1-.;,-- ' -I T ;11-1. ,-,;';,!- 4 1 :4 .1.vo't 1. - ,),,,, -: 1 :,,,,; ''T '" - ' - f - - - -; -,k ,:...,,......-f . s. A' '1 - '-' ' . ...,,, , r- ti,,-,a : . ' (1' , 11,I 7 :1 '," . ;f ,,i. ':,4 ' I' '1' '' "1' 1 ' f'.; 1.. '. '','TC'1111 t,I;I:.1 1;:A ),, !i;,;,, Æ , , . ',,," ,,,t-; 7r!b;,1 "ra , ;4 7.1 t L.14 ' . ,L !,,, , ; , a atone being fro wicieb 111111DL one fitted Vonore Ing, and the etet Ws can tor soy c (minion el scriptten -cht-el Jle !kJ & 4 I ; S 177;,;.--::. J-, , , , . '' i '- '7.-7-'-..-tiE:ti. T 1 ' ' '---,-- ' ' ' ;. -g-,,,,,t7::- ,,,..--..:- --21-7'.----- 4 rw---"' IN-' -,4i-r- ::- --'--- -À.. :' 1 - i '''' ',,, P .ei , - , I. -.. ,, ;; t , t !; ,. ' éi I, - : , , :,-7xTrl Tr-A--- .-----,,. -:::.: 7------7:7---- -,1 - 1 .......1.......CO 1 . IDA Azowt Å. Et. Guam,. lc w. multras. ,DAN,--,AzgE,r; & co., - ',:--, , CIE.INTElt.A-1. commisszos intEcalxri i t 0 la 12 l'OladtAS STREICT, - ,, Lk l ..... , i , A ew Orleane Louisiana. - N,,,,,;;7 , 4., 7,-4,4;7 , f t 4 - 4 ; .!4, I Fa 7 ' . , 0 1 S , d , 1, (SPEED, co.: ei - COTTOI ANTI TOBACCO , TO .A. ' ' ' ' ' ril CO It S - -- GENERAL ''''CO3rldIsSION AIZZCZANTS, --AND- i', -7 COMMERCIAL AGENTS, OTIPIGE,Ifo. 69 POTDLAI 8111,111 ,,-,,,---,..., NEW ORLEANS, LA. Carleton route & Co., Ken York. Elpeed,, Done Ito & Co.. Wennblip Tenn. C tart, btockard & Co, Mobilo, Ala. , da30-Attr; , ,, ...............,...---- 1 BIGGSIITTLE a co., , , AUCTION IND COMMISSION 11 JE i-Z, e nt .A.-INI al S s , , F. ... Real Estate and . 1, GENERAL AGENCY BUSIRrlISS, Main street. adjolaing Benkire Moues of II att., Cleve Co., Paducah, Kentucky, , Seia-Coasinentente molicited and liberal ad. venom toad upon Merchandise, Alfrient'W lint. pitmen''s. Seeds. Country Produce, Stock, Patel. tare Docks. am- 0, , . t ' ' laraster to Wheeler Rigors. tyssitiqns, Ind. i Wstts, Given (Jo ,- J. W. Sheerer a Co., Ash. brook, Ryan Co., Henry Radom James O. 061- bounodherift. oci13.ty ;-- .11 'C. DIUSOUCLIET 41g, CO., POrtliarding, 1 COMMiSSI011 AND . , Produco Merchants, - - NOE 19, North Water Streets , (err Hopei, tient door to M. Da'neli) . EVANS VILLE, i 0 i i INDIANA. ocils. , JOSZPM WEJP I , l tttiT.W. latTZLTON. InreS to ,' eC lietteltorty ' "' COLITIISSI011 - IND - ,; t, .. I P 'VI , ,, 0 A R DI riT c , ,, , , Merchants; ' lt)I,. 'POYDRAS &"114SGAZIA'It. 4 , I , 1-,ORtvA RD1 1 .. , . , zaerchants, .A 0, I ' New Orleans, La. , . , SIM XILKNOKS t , 161.W. J. Lowry', Zig.; obit D. ZVAXIMO. thoht, M. Lesteuvortb. MOUNT VESIK .14. jobb A. mann. it...a. Z. T. Sultivau. 11, 14bNletos. Esq.Isopit.eat. Cuscsouvrt.N. "tenni), ?al Argreenplrietoe't ' . 18 loawARDING b:Nll COMMISSION - e - joHN B. ITALL, IMEL-41.1-tel:11:1...A-d mINT,haPrrpho ,',ofe exlet,'Og under the EVANSVILLE - ' ÄNDIANA. mp oa fr t lin ea ar el hal pip:dr ed ,t. 0 ,,,twarding and coo. TT! misoifin Metchliato, Otoombost -4Sent!.111d Wharf boat Proprietors. Is this day digs. fta Di !BOWL' oonsott. John B. Ball basis g boNibt out the Snterest of O. B. Rudd, all business ;4 MS id Inn' will be settled by John B. Ball, wild Will coWpm lin laminas so Imtassofoni. , JOHN B. PALL. - .., i 7 , ,. -,, I . l K.). )1. JILODD. Ivalleville, Ind.. Ott 6.1865., one . Foie HUSTON & CO' 9 Forwarding & Coramission laerchanta, Aff, aw t ' : WICARFBOAT PROPREETORO, e 4 , ,4 41 Evansville, Indiana, BARTON lb BLARILINORS,1 ). Ina 31. AIRMAN, 49 W. Fran Ctn. Evanovi Ile, lad, S M. BARTON-4; CO., Commission -and Forwarding - B11111.01-1ANTBI,, 17 Teboapitoatiu atroat, Now (triennia, Lc Se-Bofors t,o John W. Bilis, Pros's, 1st ktat'i b'k, Cincinnati; Bang Bayard, Bag , Cash. Ita. anavilia Nat'l Bank, lyardwilla, Ind.; Boater Brothers, , oc1,53rai E. lb Fairchild - Varboeff Brothers, John W. Bingham, , . bow Britons. ' 44. LOUtalittei KY 4.4' Fairchild, Variant & Bingham, Commission Merchants, SE KAGAEINN STREET, : , , i NEW ORLEANS, LA. nov29 dem , Brown ' Dunkerson Co I . t ' EVANSVILLE, - IND.' tommi' ssion Llerch'ts 't AND rHt FORWARDING A,GENT3. ,1;,1 " é 41so, Zspocial Algesto for iho COTTON...EXPRESS r AND RBIS TRANSPORTATION 00. , to ;; GiveniTZratts Cc Co Tobacco and Cotton ; 1' Of I , : f f'4, -ACTORS ; GETiERAi leállthSSION lazgoaawro, InwANcrrål, AND INANS , !HIPPING AGINTS. 4tT,, ' Nest' Orleans; La, -:, , , . C:WO. MWI r Ir Si ij II!: ADA,' Elr' D4 I :I' p.1.1! a a 1,CT hwr 1.1 al TnraA:antga at :dr and Dealers is all kinds a:11'imdctae r "yr Liberal advances made' (1..9::t121umeasid " 11 WATICILli - ,), - I LVA.1111:iLLEt iMo J 'BRIGGS &' WALTERS, irtece v ng, Forwarding , and Commixlion , IIMERC ANTS,' 1i:1TR T & WICNTAKZ2, pot- ' 'Produno and Commission I A , 41291"312Claa )11.. El So. 6 Water St., (next tort. 33arnoe : ritAli8VILLZ, n , , 4 IIIGLIEST Chian FAXON pan:Lyon wnsst, oats, B011111111, Inez 1,4ard, "--'4 Dried Fruit., , BeeneveZ NOTICE Notice of the, Opening- and Ex.. tending of Fourth btreet 1VOTICE is hereby given that tha Common A. D.1006, pea,. Council of the City of Evansville, it its Nee. eliticlaelmiortleer15fol: eolpejnasinalltYa and lay ns out of Fourth street. creak! city, of the width era) feet a caches, parallel w Third attest, from the south-east side of Cum street to the a ley on pi lot natal-aril 4. in the Upper Enlargement of said city, and t om thence of the same width parallel with bizth street to sell street. the lins ing between lots 37 and 33, in Block No. I. Sleuth eta Enlargement, to form the eastern line of said street trout said alley to Powell street,. 'Ali PirlObe owning or claiming real estate ad joining or abutting upon said preposed street. and holing themsela s aggrievt d by the psalms of said order. may have redress by application to. said Council within es weeks trout the publics. tion of this notice. order of the Conscil. : A. M. McORTEr, 'City Clerk's ()Moe. Jenuary , palm, Eliatoa copyl . . 1 a , , ;VII.mootoutIiioNsoKtooragoomummolimplo.' :;;-' - - ,-.10, ' ' ' - - - ' . . . dig0410.MONAOv - W .. , . , - , . - .. - . , , . .. . , , , -- - name , lib , i - ".me.,,ei.toiliwiwk,-..Kra,,,ii , - .