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(lscoodocted Tbe Presided to this re plied: -iL L' ' " ! "I kno notbiog about it,' 4 I cannot tako much time to read, but k baa been .represented o m bt yonr paper is ery dUloyal : The order cama from Gen. Grant, and I will have notbing to do with it except to refer tbe matter 4'back io Kira.-.;.; V" : ' ' I The President then wrote to Graeral Grant, reqoes iog that be would retoke . the order. Tbis Gen.- Grant refused 1 The President then wrote again, making tbe tame request, but Grant stood firm. -. ,Tbs President then, npoa Pollard's fro ft. toe to supportbis policy in futuro, in the face of Gen. Grant's order, ga? e Pollard permission to resume publication. ii5s l O'or .tltttorm.-' ! Labor sbonid be protected by law, tbe .jama that epitat' is. Tbe workman's nnsettlfd services should be made to cperali as a referred lien on every es tablishment where labor is employed. . The wealthy landlord is proteoted in bis rental, and tbe poor man should be pro tected in bis means of paying this same ' ttoti ii We want our Democratic Connty Convention,' on next tiatarday, to say so, and we believe it will.-&triTV ' How would that operate towards se curing the pay of employees,' say in a printing office, owned by one party, and ; rus b; another not so responsible, who contracts the debt? We can' readily see 'TiQw.'aa - irresponsible: individual,, thus circoustaoced, - might -indorse "our platforffi." There is already a law mak ing tbe claims of workmen preferred 3iens on buildings, and we presume vtkere is not a prominent manufacturing establishment in the city whose em iclovees are not paid regularly, v We ihave heard of only one. . The Convention. 'V The 'admiral manner in which the i CoBvadon of the 22d performed its da. ties meets the following commendations from the Cincinnati Gazette. The happy result o th meeting , due to the. fact that it Tas composed of able and pat ri otic men, who had no personal interests to subserve, but were anxious only for tbe welfare of-tbe country and tbe patri- oiic party ' that they represented. We doubt whether more talent was ever congregated in a Stater Convention than ' in that which assembled there on Tburs day la's';' Tb Gazette iajst I l le Indiana Union Plate Convention aisemb td " in Indianapolis " yesterday, and io snotb-c place we print a full re port of its proceedings " The resolutions adopted will command tbe opprbaiion of toe jtreat maesss of tbe loyal people4 ,;Tb-re i ,,no blind ;indorspment of rmen, .wbtle a s'rong deaire . it shown to stand "by tb" P sidnt" and Congress, and to ,hae bth s'and.'oepfher; bn. ibe Con in ion p'amly and dear y presented platform of n mctplfS opon which it de sir's bilh'" President 'and Congress ,10 Stand. The pUif rm is soatid and praci tieI, and ii W the -only ne on which thm "finnirv can be restored to perma; oeot pece under th ' banner of univer . ..i ; Wm congratulate the Union ' n TnHi.na on the haDDT result ' of !w.i. Hl.h.riion. and their steady ad faerence to the principle npon which'he war , was conducted and .the rebellion suppressed. 'and which are the only safe cmda to a haven of national safety... r, . I Toorbees usted . - The Washintan correspondent o? tHo V:,n 'onati Gaistte famisbas tbe f illow-' iogUe.m as io the manner in which JJan.j Yoorbei tu compelled to give place- to better rnati, whom he legal voters of the Svent.h District had designated as theirenfressman? ' 'i ti.fit-e-v ; r. The Hons wu occupied wholly to-day with ibe Voorbees and Wssbbo n election casa .Colonel . Washburn appeared, in tbe Chamber and made a speech in bis own behalf. During the, debate, some htog wa said about Yoorhees and the Knights of the Oolden . Circle, and the purchase of arms and ammunition for disloyal purposes. Yoorhees denied the tories, and became quite excited there fcbouL : In bis closing speecb on the case, Voorhees attempted to make, a point jn hv rharirinff that the Vom- nittee ou Elections bad at first voted six to one in bis favor, and then changed Ha rested his allegation on a newsnaoer paragraph. Mr.. Daws, Chairman of the Committee, by a very skillful cross question of Voorbees end hi friends, brouebt out tbe fact that Mr. H.mnat Marshall, of Illinois, a member nf ihn Committee., bad been guil y of .nvealiniz the secrets of the Committee tn Voorhees without leave, and in gross violation of the roles of tbe House. , Mar shall made a yery bumble apology to the H,o for bis conduct " Mr.- Daws ...oht not tbe further fact tbattha vote itn. n was aa informal one, taken "before the case was fully investigated. The House, after Hearing an me riiments." ousted Voorhees gave tbe seat to Washburn, by a rote of 92 to 31. . i fifvaiTtni Quite a sensation was I..t-i n the steamer G. W. Graham ' .ff.rnoon. A gentleman made ri: ..nra and claimed a little child 4vM nt tnm iaav icr"i j '"6 v- his ife. who had left him r-.L. .nd that the child was his -wituuui i . , rru nd be intended to tanener noun. ; iDO womaa cried and bagged, but in va.n The sympathies of tbe crowd were , w, h tbe woman, and threats were inads i to ' rescae the child from its father. Final.y, tbT father invited bis .r'f i : o. t; with him,, which oner be crpted,'ard".bey wen, on their way xei,i,inyP Jlousy.-the green-eyed rannaior. Wag I0B C"" oi me u.mcunj. Caro Democrat, 2Ath. itsi!;-,- -SHUT. .. 1 : v3PT VOLUME XVII. . . To Oar Triads 1b Congress The proceedings of the Union Conven tion of, the- 22d express jibe earnest deeire of the Ioyaf men of Ioliana that there, shall A i'Heonstrn.oioit of amicable relations between Congress and he; President They do '' not look with! complacency npon the prospect of tbe restoration "of tbe Copperhead faction to power, io eonsequence of antagonisms between' the Legislative and'Executive departments, which onght not, and they believe need not, to exist. The laogaag of Thaddens Stevens towards the Presi dent, and bis remark: that the expression of opinion of an important public ques tion, in private conversation, wav an. of fense fbat would in some countries, and in o'ber times, bave brought the bead of a king to the block, was an outrage on deeency and official decorum that ad mits of tio-'jagtification, and on' the other hand, we regret that tbe President saw fit to mar his discussion of tbe differ ences between himself and Congress, In his speech f the 224 inst., by indulging in biiter 'personal remarks aginst Mr. Stevens and other individuals who bad given bim-off-ose, and especially that be boa'd have singled out that notorious Ishmaelite, ..Wepdellj PbilHps, who has no official position, as of importance enongh to juify an allusion to him on such an occasion. -' ' ' t We do not expect to see any recon ciliation between the President and Mr. Stevens, as thyr differences ars more personal than, political ; bat we sea no evidence thai the mass of tbe Union members of Congress are . to the same category; "and that majority will not be wise if it permits Mr. Stephens or any other individual,. Io shaps tbe legisla tion of tbe country io. such a way as to gratify bis feelings of personal hostility. We believe tht-the most popular thing that Congress coold now do, - would- be to-' destroy tbe -Committee of Fifteen, and Uks up tbe case of each State, or of. each person claiming a seat as a member from a State-lately in re bellion, by itself, and decide each ques- tionnpon its own merits. - -. In bis speech at tbe cooper institnts meeting. Mr. Sewara aavertea to tne tact tbat Congress had been three months in session, and that, while disagreeing with the President's plan of restoring the Southern States, it had gives the country no plan of its own, and that tbe commit tee to which n tbat subject hd been re ferred bad done nothing but recommend an amendment of the Constitution, changing the basis of representation. Even that, amendment has met The strenuous Opposition of Mr. Sumner, and it is said tbat enough radical senators will vote against it to insure defeat, If the committee is to be sustained as a party measure, its recommendations should also be treated, as party measures, and be unitedly sustained, iiuv if Mr, Sumner and other extreme men do not feel bound to support tbe propositions it presents, why should- the whole Uoioq strengtb of Congress feel bound to ac-, quiesce in its continued existence ? In a contest' before the people, be tween tbe President, who has a well de fined nlan for tbe restoration of the late rebel States, and Congress,' which has no, plan and does not seem likely to aeree uoon one; it is not difficult to predict the result. If the Committee of Fifteen can present a better plan than that of the President, they should do so, or if it determines that those States ought to bave no representation at present, or for a definite period, let it say so. Continoed delay keeps tbe public-mind in-i a feverish state, -and gives an advantage to the - Copperhead party tbat it ougnfr not to enjoy. If the Committee is unable to cope with tbe problem committed, to its charge, - ! f i.- wa nt wnn aacnnce oi priocmie is in volved in adopting' the 'theory of Presl dent Johnson, tbat all loyal Representa tives and Senators elect men who can take tbe test oath, and wnose record is clear should be admitted to seats in Congress, ,&Dd . those jWbo . disqoalibed themselves bf eneasine in the rebellion should b sent home? That plan cer tainly has thin merit, that it will encour age the true U moo menotlltne Houtn, and at the same time seep ex-reoeis, ana prevent rebels but of the national coun cil i the Copperheads (have committed themselves so unreservedly to tbe Presi dent's policy, and bave burned so much powder in bis honor, that their mouths would be closed against all demands for; the admission of their rebel friends. f Nothing, would so effectually, check the now hopeful Copperhead party, as tbe adoption by Congress of tbis suggestion of the President; and nothing would so surely tend to its signal overthrow, as tbe restoration of harmonious relations hotween Congress and the President.', Uuless our friends in Congress can present corns other and better schema, we submit to them whether it is not the part oi wisdom and patriotism to Speedily admit tbe loyal men wno nave oeen elected from the South, and say to the people of tbat section, tbat all such here- alter eiectea win db aamiuea to von gress,. and no . others? JjidianapoK Egr-The Washington Star, hitherto in league , witb the Copperheads, in .fayor a reconstruction , without gurantees, is disgusted with their evident hypocrisy, and it reads its Southern friends a long lecture on their duty. We copy Us con eluding paragraph: ,i ;j?.HR'J "The Soutb must pay negro labor its boneat value, and turn a deaf ear to tbe counsels of those who advise against re building 'op the South, on tbe theory that the race can be mnde a . tboosand times more valuable to evsry commend able Southern interest than ever before, k nniversal encouragement to industri- .i intellectual and moral improvement. itb fsi? treatment m an oBsiness irana- actions in tne inn j- , further, dismiss tseu idea tnai men woo .....Anhii a clear Union reaord will ever be permuted to legtuaie in vongreas r. ,k- natinn at larire. iThe preserve . . . , rt lion of tbe existing congressional npon tbat subject is tbe xey io me of any and all efforts to have the Gov ernment repudiate its war debt -or as sume that created to the end of us own disiructioD, 1 ' t. 1, j , Tt k1a inwnlvsaacrnarantee that in tb imitation of nnlitical affairs the General Government will not cease tp discharge it whole dntv to the freedmen. and nnt iti&rd a j&lnut eiraia. cursing th Soutb with the rule of those who brought nn her the death, desolation, and unan rial ruin of. the rebellion, wholly -to ,tbe end ot strengiceniDg me puuucai puw of slaver?. upon wbicb they, one and an depended for tbeir individual prominence in cnnnection wuu oouiaern puouc i- faira. national. State and county. These things most be done era tbe South caa bs relieved irom. lie preseo jsooais tioniand the soonsr.lt beoomes evident to tbe world thai ft ba entered earnestly on tbe work tbe sooner will tbat most desirable end be achieved." ieyBVBlL ""Ulljtf -1 i t jfaaaf 1 1 " Jtcrrlble Bteamboar Disaster j From T..C'Hays, of this city, who at tbe time was temporarily sojourning at Madison, Indiana, ws learn .tbe general details of another terrible 'Steamboat disaster, which pecurred Saturday morn at between three : and four o'clock at tbat city. The steamer Nannie Byers and the steamer. Hill man collided, tbe latter running its prow into the larboard side of the former, . disabling one of the engines, and atoving a bole in her about 40 feet wide. - The chief engineer of ths Bers immediately pot the other engine to work, but before more than six revo lutions were made, occupying , four min utes, tbs-boat capsized and sunk, and between 40 and 70 lives were lost. -The force of the concussion threw both boats apart, and in thajrebound the ; Byers turned keel uppermost and in tbst con dition sank, within one hundred yards of tbe Indiana shore., , , , . C ! .The Captain of itos HiUman extended what relief be could, but tbe sudden ness of the accident rendered escape to at! who were asleep, an impossibility Tbe. Captain, Clerk, and the- two mates of the Byers, escaped the Captain on gallantly abandoning " his vetsel, ' and taking pasxage o tbe Hillman for Cin cinnati.. Tbe good citizens. of .Madison were bard at work trvioe to recover the bodies of tb passengers from the wreck,! duv lb lures uuiwa wv.j - there had bees, but wo taken oat lady and a' little 6oy.u The mate of tbe ill fated vessel asys,the msst heart rend ing incident connected with the dis aster; : was J the..-', screams; tfj .'Ibe little children, of whom. there were many on board at tfie moment oi me sinsing of the wreck, bushed as they wers in the cold aod insatiable waves of the Ohio. It is usual now to see a steamboat acci dent whenever the morning, paper is opened, and td day Is contributed anoth er awful, holocaust ' to. either criminal carelessoess or tbe inevitable misfor tunes, of " providential accidents.". Wa may wel( inquire bow loag shall these things be. Ind. Journal- I", i GROCERY GREEN " ' SO rrts ': SO Bsrnl ! SO Brolt ftho'c Oram Applx. Choice Aran Apple. Cbolos OrMa Apulta. uboic wra appiMk, Cboloa Ma Appk.- Oksloe 6nra AppU. 96 Bm1s 25 B.rrelt ii Bwnkt ,.r Hom'ny. Uonisy. . boulay. ' Hominy, y i l Boatlsy. ;:. Holiy. for sal low. . For ml low. f ' t -O 'I Tot 1 low. City GocerjI Third Street, bet-Main andLocutt, CROSS & CROFTS.' ' hb2S l Mora Coal Comlnsr. 1 , TVT4VTQA 1I04.'. .! KKRCHKO OK 8KSKW 1 ViverTao JOSEPH tflB WAllT fcO. wilt hsv a supply of 6rrn Klvvr uoI IM BTkaa- vill whar! to-day.v, a. .saypiFWJH.ee a tantly oa lind. bi ill-d3m OOlca on Kubu' Bit Stor COMMISSION' I 4 BSIGQS A WALTERS, - Wbarf boat Proprietors and illecela'tmrl'orwarfUils'.' i JHKKCHA..X8, j Eastport - - -HAYHUESI ft WHITTAKEK, j Produce and Commission So. 6 Water St., next- to ft. Barnes i byansvillb, wjriKAx ItlUIIKBT CASH FRXQKA1D FOB Wkut, 0taf--.rr.iBtMi, Flax Sd, l,m&r-X fmllow, Drll Frwlt, -. - r-. univu, WOOLEN'MILLS. s ni VANDER&URCH WOOLEN MILLS Willi SCHEFER, ,1 Mai PEOPSIETOES 'OF JEHS'-- . t VA WDEIiBUEOlI i-" .. .. .i .. i . . . I ,Y jl HA.VS SOW.OrXHKD TBSI& O & On Third Street, bet Main A Sycamore ,i..iUii : - - ' - Whr th.T kns a fall SMortwnt of all articlM BMmfMtweS a loir f men mm iKJ Jeans,! ,it).i 1 1 atlnettS . , u Cassiineres, .U, V.. JL. as x4.. Hercbaats waatlag a ga,-d artLdv'ls our lln. ar. reeoeetfullv Invited tutunlM Mr stock. TVs Will selt onrOood. uc.i aa coed l tbs sams quality caa be cold aaywbsi, Xst ot wsc , . ." -. ; . , ., ssyw ,-.; . ! .'.'-4-- Ui -t ,...,-' -f,o'-s -f.:--a h4 i(if! SASH AND DOORS. . STEELE & TRIBLE, BOONO BT.. BB. OHBSTHB AH90HBBBT, ash, doqss, wionrof . Dressed Lumber w u on nana, rmmi , . ard. Bawlnx ofsvarv kind doa oa th shortest actios. " EVANSVILLE, TKE-VERTrMTES f TELE G- JRL A. 3P H- Report of the Commission er of Customs. I Tiia Report Unsatisfactory. X v. '-. " i -j i Interference of .Ex-Rebel Blockade Runners, j Trial of Major John H. Gee, Commandant of Salis-1 -i - 'burjr Prison. - j News . from Canada West Proclamation by. the Coun-J C'ciP'Concerning Trani- portation?cr Intrq-T-o Oductionbf Cattle.-L 5 Fire in Baltimore 1Pive , Persona, r Burned to Death. ' .... TI ' Repsrt ef tbe CotnxatsslsaAr mf C-- tout. j New Yoke, Feb. 26 The Tribine's special says: i liecent reports receives oy tne uom missioner of Customs from . inspecting agents seat out for the purpose of investi gating tbe collection of customs on the f Atlantis coast, ars far from being satis factory. , The report represents tbat tbe aithful performance ot tbe dunes! of collectors is materially Interfered with by ex-rebel blockade runners and (heir sympathizers, and that especially on the coast of Florida the enforcement of the United States revenue law is extremely difficult and haardous.'ifo'i ' ) Private advices from -Paris state that whatever may be tbe interpretation given to the Vague language of the Emperor's speech, the Frejcb Governmett is de termined to effect the withdrawal of tbe French- forces frour; Mexican soil with tbe shortest poseibie-delay. " " 4 A delegation from ibe Kansas brancb of the .Pacific Railroad are now here, seeking permission- to change the loca tion ot their road so as to extend up the Smoky Bill River and form a junction with -the Uoion Pacific mai a branch at Denver Citr.' " " ' i Nbw Yoirf Febf"26.-S.Tbr Tribune's; Baloigb correspondent gives the particu lars of the trial by military commission of Msj. John- H -Gee, : formerly tbe rebel commandant cf Salisbury prison, which; was bsgnn in tbat city on the 21st in stnU . Out of 10,000 prisoners confined in Salisbury,' at least 5,000 of them dud from ill-treatment in five, month before Stoneman's , forces entered, Salisbury. Maj.-'Gee escaped with a few prisoners left there, went to Georgia,, and gave himself up at Augusta subsequently to Gen. Johnson's surrender to Geo. Sbar- man." use- men preeeeded to- f lonaa, and; ws, there arrested in Norember last on the charge of treating the pris oners undr him with inhumanity end barbarity, and 1 bf befog " guilty of con duct not in accordance witb tne rules or war. Since then he has been in close custodjw.w.The . priioner appeared -f in court, care-worn, thin and anxioua r IThe Military Committee engaged is composed of CoL W. N. Wheeler, 28th Michigan - Infantry. President ; Brevet Lieut. CoL John Hamilton, U.' S. A ; Lieut R. K. -Milss, t lStb -Indiana In fantry; Brevet Major John R. Myrick, U. 8. : Al : Brevet Maior? P. S Cdauer, U. S. A..; Cap. John Carlin, 128ib In diana lofaatry; Capt Frazier. 128th ladiana Infantry ; Ma Francis E Wol- cott. Judge Advocate., V. if. Uolland, of 'Florida, formerly Attorney General of that state; and 4obn Wilder, of.&la fsachusetts, evct aj counsel for tha de- euse. Tbe witnesses present for tbe prosecution number about 30 persons,') Union soldiers who were, confined at Salisbury, two war correspondents, also captives there, several rebel, omcers ot the military garrison, and a asmber of citisens of tbat tow 'A number of witnesses are present for' tbe defense. A correspondent says mucb interest is felt ta tbe trial there by ths' secession ists' -of -Raleigh,'' particularly, females, who sympathize deeply with Gee. ;?Tbe friends of tbe rebel gentleman claim that be is not responsible for their treat ment I Lee .pleads jiu tbe ' bar that ; by ..the terms ;f atbe capilu- lat-oa agreed to between- Generals Sherman and Johnson -and by the pa role granted to officers and soldiers xur- rendered under Uen. Jobngon; ile um ted States, by - its: accredited agent, agreed and pledged its faitB that these officers and soldiers shall not te molest ed so lone fes they comply with the terms of tbe carole. Tbe - defense i is i-very anxious for a postponement of tbe IriaL -rffL. tl 1 4' .;.I'..H, . I.tla. ltd. bean received in .Washington from Msj. Gen." Custar, dated Austin, Texas, in wbicb he den'teethe statement published In December, tbat be has Been tasking secession, epeachea. He eays: I bave made no pnblie speech -since coming to Texas, but if I had, my w ee voeld not be raised ia support of and in sympathy itb tbe statements' and doctrines ot ex-rebels, "whose hostility and opposition to the. Government is now as atronirlv and . openly manifested as at any lime dorinft the rebellions I hope I my course during the 'war will be acr cepted as bsartng me out in this state ment ! ' . -S A : I Good authorttf asserts tbat the Pres ident will in a ft w days issue a peace proclamation. - r- f j-- -r r r Abere u ' no . aouot mat secretary Stanton's resignation is in the bands of the President NcvYoii, Feb. 26 Bishop Lyoco of Sooth Carolina, preached ia St. Ft- rick s Csthedrsl yesterday, sppeaiing tor charity that the churches may be rebuilt,. - . ... . .. . 3 -' and for a spirit oi KHraness ana pscm- cation tow'srd the South; "; riftr. . "The correspondence Detvesn uenry 3. Wise and Fernando Wood is publish ed, the former asking political informs- tion, the latter replying mm ia r doltssnnleiregDoiB,o oe iouowea 07 sncb meai'ires as will adapt the funda menUl form of Government. (0 the sew order of thing JJ-;li il! ' '- 'Secretary Sewrd, vno bad not 'as signed leaving" the city nntil next ifon dy, yesterday received A telegraph .disi patch, -which caused him to leave for Washington at once. i; TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 1866 Y- - Ottawa , Cr AV.rfeb. -26 Tb ft Laaa da Gazette contains an order of tbe council paS"d on the 20th inst, to pre vent tbe introduction ot contagious in fection and disorders; &ffecSijJE sheep, cattle, horses, Ac, now prevailing in Europe. It is ordered that from the 1st day, of March next, the-. importation or introduction into the province, by sea, of cattle, sheep, b6rses, swine, asses and mules, skins; 'hides, bone hoofs, or other, parts of such animals, and straw and fodder be prohibited, except upb ts bis excellency in outicil may hereafter see fit to exempt from prohibition.. The following is tbe substance of tbe proc lamation :H n i- ri at-- " Whcbis, A certain treaty was mnde between Her iVjesty and tbe United States of America on the 5th of June, 1854. providing for reciprocal tradejaod the United 'States have given notice cf tbe termination thereof ; and j Whereas, Tbe said treaty will expire on the 17th of March, 1866; and Where as, under said treaty many persons, citi zens of tbe Uoited States, have invested moneys and. fitted, out ships far carry ing on inshore 'fisheries in tbe territory of Canada, and may -be unaware, tbat tbeir right to carry on socb fisheries will end oa tbe 17tb day xrf Marcb 1863; therefore, to prevent injury or loss to our subjects and citizens ot States witb wbicb we are ia amity, we do caution and warn : all socb, persons cot suHects. of ,our i realmthat altir ihe Said 17th of March no vessel owned and minned in the' United States of America can pursue the inshore fisheries without rendering tbem- ' selves Jitthlfl-io tbe eoousealioo of tbeir vessels and such other penalties as are imposed by Jaw. Washikotos, Feb. 26. Grimes, of Iowa, in presenting a petition from the citizens of. Ioa,' atd lie wouid take c casion to notice a dispatch published ia the Ictelligsncer tbis morning, stating that an Immense' ratificUOii meeting bad been held in Keokuk, at which tbe veto message and the President's ad ministration bad .been ; indorsed. He says tbe author of that dispatch bad been opposed to the-war all along, and bis press had been thrown into tbe river for the utterance of disloyal sentiments, lie was unwilling that tbe dispatch re farred to should go' forth as a eefiex of the sentiments of the people of Iowa. " The Commercial's Washington special says the political excitement shows no abatement - ; : ii - - "-' :- - A " i Soa(ltri Talcgraph Lines. Niw Yobx, Feb. 24 Southern tele-J graph lioes are mucb in need of more experienced and competent operators, and w tra authorised to say a score -or two of first rate sound writers will find desirable situations at healthy cities, by early application to the Snperintendente of , Southern, line j The 'great eumber of young and incompetent operators in tbe principle' effioes South4 bave much embarassed Jba press, -and other busi ness over tbe lines, , si ItpwsIIaiBir Catwews. Washixgtos, Feb. , 24, Tbe caucus of Republican Senators and Representa tives last aig oi was somewnat inoenniie. A msjoritof tho.g.apr.esejj.t were mnoh opposed to riok a quarrel with the Presi dent if it coaid be avoided. -. Tbe con struction this morning is. that members may support the President & little with out being "read oftt'of the party. The city is fall of , rumors . about cabinet changes.-' j2.r- s Albam, Feb. 26. About 100 fert.of btgb embankment on tbe Kenseuear & Saratoga Railroad, about half a mile northeast of Saratoga, was washed away on Sunday morning. . It will probably lake several days to replace it In -4he meantime, trains meet and change pas sengers at the break. , New YoaxFeb. 26. i-Luther S. Lw- rence, a backer, Henry C. Lyon and Spencer Pettns were arraigned before Justice Dowling at tbe Toombs, this mortune, un a charge of haviog stolen 13,000 U. S. bond The bonds, were Btolen from the - pocket" oi MOrind burn, in June. 1863. Some of tbe stolen bonds, recently found io Mr. Lawrence's office, be alleges to have purchased from U. C. Lyons, who, be ing arrested gave information, wh.ca led to the 'arrest of Pettus. " " ." Five Perient Bqrned toDoatb. Baltmobb, Feb. 24 At a fire tbis raorniuir on the corner of Ann and Fayston streets, a family of five persons were burned to death, tbeir escape being cut off by the names. , , WASHinoTOjCTeb. 125. Mr. Polle-rd has resumed the publication of his paf-sr, the' Richmond' pxamineri' Jl-e- fays of tbe President: " To his kind and con siderate bearing. BBd ltd ,bi sense o justice, I feel tbat I owejjiejestoratto.q of" my paper.r Without attempting to enter upon the details of toy interview I may say with propriety tbat enough transpired to convince- .me that the President is a true friend -of the South, and .that it ii tbe duty of our people, it sbs-U bsvoaJ pletasura io- the future. t extend to bim our cordial and generous support" Bis firs paper is filled with abuse ot Congress. Governor Dennison and the President Ire in Treceipt daily o large Bnjnjbersf tele gram sv and letters, frbmvanou points in the West, claiming that the parties sending them are representative a a Wa . ! men, and xnat toe jrreaiaent win oe sus tained in bis veto and in bis speech. Upon the other side, the Republican members are receiving the most over whelming anneals' to stand out for tbeir tigblssod jnOI pLn9t m4 witbi,4bi crime of treason coniessea to sit npoa farv la trv ihiir own cases, t H X . : j v uoveraor lenntjou cpuiu iu u is indorsed, bv bis friends inr0hio for taking his presani course,.wbils the Pres ident has not the slightest donbt of suc cess with tbe people.; a AUCTION"; r. I, . B er-t - " II in AM KELSON, Eo Removed hi Auction Boom to Jr. i vd. aitobusT st.,o X-! (rora aooas siLow the shibwoob siocss), Wbars 6 will attend to all kinds of AocyoffbuAt. Bess: io tn siiinr 01 jnercnauaise, nvfuiw, Carriages, Horses, ana Beal Estate. Aaotion days-. TDI8DAYr IHTTBBDAT aaf SAID BOAT l sack via. A"i- t Cash advaacssoa const gnm seta. - ' ' . Balers to iaU ha cltteso of Bvaaavlll who know him. - . 1 '' -- " " . WeM te hta what Mat to bb kiarlnww. ' alt .FEED. TTTB ABB 4CSI JtBCIVIHO IH S?QBB 800 V V bosnels ot chopped wheat acreeninge, wuicu aa food JT aaiik eows. Is msMtb sanerior to' ship- stnf aad bra a. Those we wish- th bvgest aaa. sible ywld of mils from their eows had better try It. ' n. n. auexua m septt. - Mo. So, Watar Street. KARKETI ,RrPCRTS. Aievr fork JlarLl. Hrw Tata Febrcry 2fi COTTON la m;r e Ira, at 4415c tor mid dling SXOUB qnlto4ia modnt dmnd, wtlh oat dMded chasze; inf.rlor rmdt. quit besvy ; 7 00(7 SO tie em. btt-; 8 00(8 aO lllln roaad uoop unio ; auiu 79 ror inn Bnuuw, e:oirg deit. WHfiK Y qa!t and firm at S 26j2 27. i .. WHEAT dall and droouiDs. Btu hipprs and L mills, iD.iat on s BMUwial tt-cliD, hU aaa tKLBT io madcrat'iqiMt. ! hTK oi t. . r , BKLir HALT doll. CO UN mora tctlt. and 1(3 2c batter. OATS cr la moWal request at 3843e for unbound Wtlrn; S3Mc for tonad do. i -s. 0'iFFKB qui.t. SUOAB dull. j -- mOLASKS q-ile. ' , PETUOL BUM dull, at S9j for orud; tie tt ttflntd Id band...." 4 . HUHK Imjr nd aisttlrd, at 23 75,23 003 28 12i tor- mem cl.lr.g 1 27 ca.u ; 28 00 for of do ; 20 E020 76 for primi, and 23 OCX 23 25 fnr rim uni. LABS by, 1719)e; tn, 2 1 bbl. Slarch and Apuf, te l.'. nptioo, at l9i&Wi. ' -BUIlKlijQlBr, 2833c for Obto, j.d36(938o for Stote i - 09IIC3B.ta'yat ta22e. MONEY it-ady at 7 pr cat. ' HCK&uisaio ' GOLD aorttidad Irreenlar. oMnlna- at 136 : deellninsto 135, and advancing to 13, aad cloalogat 136. siport of .p. ci to- lay, J5i,l.tf. i GOVSBHMXHT SruCKi wlthuot decided chaoga. U. a. conjoin, of "62. 102K : of "65. lOPi I 7-SOa, 3d iria, S9. T Clnelnaail Siarkos. , ' !. t. U .-, i. it Oiimijijiavi. February 2S P. M. I -! YLOUBitda l vitboetaoy mater Ul tkaag ta. . WttJCATUSoliat l th rorw. lnetrred. " ' COHN le qoiet at 6S-for No. 1 ebelled I . OATS are doll, mt 83336 for So. i and Ho. 1. s fcY C quiet at 70 lor tltf. 1 - ' PHOVlsIOtiS quiet cd dull lth but llttto' dotcgj Ma pork 1 held at 28 SO for cliy ; bulk mean and bacon are qui, t without coaog ia prieto. i iia.nu u dull ana pmcm aomtDal. at 18 for VBM.-XBlB!Mall.' ' ? jit A ! etJTTOW dult; 42) f r mtddl n.' , WHIjKY la h. d flrmli at M 00. la bond, and 13 OU dnty paid. j GOLD 137. PIANOS. 'pBK "KNABS" PIANO IS SOW AO X knowladad to be tb finat t.aed Piano ae Bad,-', til. . i - - , . - . j wears ta sow Agents for thess splsndld mi stra-Qsuta We also ba a terv largo Mortmant bf Other fin Piauos, at low pr c s . ' tl2T-tf . No 1 Ualn street. DBUGS & chemicals: LijiiciiawRfJ oiK.- S .i -t,r ' , '. (T: - - r ' , i , W i' AKD DEiLIB M- 4 - Patont' I.Icdicincs, on TOILET ARTICLES, - - ' fr 1 VS. -I t t J - '( & And a Osneral Variety of '"".I .iClV.' 1'' -t : '-' ' '' tt h or io , , J -: TY'iiOfi8T BlSrjEtVK&v AMD 19 S-TIXT, Bt XX osivlcai at bit larrs Betatl and Prescription Dru btorf, corner of klaiu ao4 Seooad tcBtt tti fouowiug articles 3 f ,j . .. A well-selected Stock of Pure Trusses and Shoulder Braces. Chalk Crayons, - " Sponges, all kinds, , . Seeiy'a Catarrh Bemedy, Chiaese Liniaient,' Shampoo Water, - Thermometers, different sizes Constitution Life Syrup, Constitution Water, ,, SteTlicgBf Amhrbsia;;' ' Eureka,. w - Allen's , and Hall's Sicilian ' Hair Bestoraties. Haw & Steven's Dye , Colors, all snades, - Lead Pencils, a large assort ment, ' , '.-;! Se?JLiie Wax.' all 'colors, Perfumery,143 different odors Hair; Oist and, Pomades, an rtdlesS'Vari3ty,r: i Hail, ail; Tooth and Clothes Brushes, all Styles,. ; ,aV. -Pur ; Medical w Liquors, ; , all ; ;;' kinds, -tu'i : ' f -s---i 30 different Perfumes of Tci i -let Soaps.-': - - Hand and Pocket Mirrors, Pocketrbooks , and Purses, -a Marge stock; -1 ' ; ;" j ;'AQ of which ai rolil vry low a -1 ,'.,oi- 9- wnrLMmtva dbtjo btobx,":'' t;(aj7 6ai .. 63 ataia street, KraasTille, livd. CIT"S: NOTICES. fKBB9ABY. 23, 1S6..... -m ! "-- ' OBBBB FOB 8TOSB CCKBINfl. o Ani now it I hereby ordered and directed by tba -Common Council f the city of Bvassvill that theownreoi all lota or part ot lots, front lag oa or adjoining tb northeast aid of first street, betwea-Loet aaxi Chest nnt streets. Boathwseteiaobi sins, street. Between uivis loaaad Lest streets. 1 .... -n- - : Kortbeast aid of Second street, between DWts loa and Che toot streets. i 1 - ' Soathwest aide of Second street, between Dlvls loa and Cbcstna atreat ; t .. cans tUona-Curbiag to be sot In front of swid lots withia thirty day from th publication of this order,.,, ,,7-4 : ft - .- - - ii 4 i ,i A. If. McORirr, Clerk. ' tVity Clark's OSoa, feb 25, ltKVb. - fcb'M 3t Uiiloe copr. "VINEOAUr ; Vinegar JPn-ctovy SOEBI50 A BENSI3H0F.' Da Klnth street. Between Chsstnat aad Cherry, TTSlF COSSTASTIT OH HAND A GOOB JV article of Cider Vinegar, which w will sell at Cincinnati prices. blt-d3at JJBY.GOOB3.J . jj li-iifj lt:C-t Ol dbgjoods ',-1 r i-J ! -.J.-;! A:i7l ,- .-1 j 1 NOTIONS, &a : f-i-: ttiiXi I itS .. O.' at. : ,'f .;s.:i. 1 1 CJo.; . ,u Bavins bougot tb In tt rest of Jaquess, French & Co., ; : . ' , ' 5- ...... -i ,i i ).; iiia their Dry Ooods Hons, - : I . . ' ... ... -- f tt.. ..-ti :;- . a r ' S WOPLD INfOBSf THKIB OiX CUSTOM - ars and lb Trad reaerailv. that, with la crsased tacditiee for carryisf oa tli bastneas, " ana wirn a aetsratnarioa to set. at tb LOWST PRICE j rOH CASH, we truU that ws shall b sttorcstrul In pleasing, and greatly IncrMuloc oar lrad. ., -.. .-:i , , . Oar Stock will be fall ta all tb lines tbat a' f'.aod la Wholesale Dry Goods aud Mqtioa Boa. -.! f . HOnSPBrH, BMITB Jr CO.. i h22 B4. 10 First street, KtaasvUle, Ind. .af.ol-'-'-t POUNDRY. i t i i -. : it n MCI i 0J lfc-. "O 1 t Hi i T 1 Mechanics'; ; Foundry,' it e-.J Si r i"r.J 11 BaanfaolurerS and Bnilder, of 1 :-,i;-..j-.:. n-.-j v.- u.i ffOui 1 ,n Jircular Saw Mills 1 G rist and Sugar Mills, 1 Tobacco Screws,': 'i,,:.,t . Gumming Machines,'7.' - Distillery aad Mining Machlaery, x 1 MaltiMills, " Corn Shollors,,, ,0 f r.u 'Housdj?ront8; f j -' ' 1v! ' Cellar Grates, :IE05 ASD.'gBSASS, i-iif.: .'Ofivtry'dsserlpHon.'"' lL" ...is.t'p ncb Machinery cf all kinds ; Hade ind ii I i - - .-. -iifv''.'-' -tS l itl ' DBALlBS -W.o-:.1 U ,t.v Belting, Fire Bricks Steam ft u uoauges,-'ani-i!',",n.. WROUGHT IEOWr PIPEST. 3-..I 'a: ,..1-1 Ii!! ,- ' J V' OLD MATERIALS BOUGHl. -l-fllvl ... -t , i 1 1 . . ( ;,; ; -..' r.ii , '.Vl-Uui TX HAVB THE FaCILITT OF TBI BIST VV Marblnery and Wrrkman, ao1 sill g T all work eutrovt d to. oa car ladlrl-'uil atteutloa, All order promptly, warrant our woih and chargs irasonable prices., ;',):' v ! in ,i );--,V"i- , OFFICE AND FOUNDRY, . 1 Corner Of Fiist and Leet Street; ! 1 .' . ! BVAHSTILLI, ihd. - " i i N. B. WotkBMn seat to all parts to Bt op work and do lepslriag. - ' ; feb22Sm SCHL'tlZB, THVUAM A CO. FLOUR, MEAL & FEED. IGLE HEART BEOS.; v. i. ;ru e t i- ' . i.!!k .!,-: i-o ('lit Cl 1. ' " .1 . Wholesale and Retail tu's-A If.tifi fuJ xt'iu-i it-." i i- i'; 1 1. DEALERS IN c-l A CI ! It J .It -if i V ' Ifi f. 1 : d 1 1 Floixr, 0 S! 1 ., i ' Ti ifi- t' Fresh Ieal, J &. -; i-tLi.a U-aj-o s-if 1"- .Vivn.-e :t .tiv lo -;: :. ;' '" " i"! i os d ii.'w '.:t. 'i.,i!,'-"t Corn. j 1, ij! .;.,- - i t-fits--ii;f- -..1 i l-.t f, I a;,s 13 ran, , -B II') 1,.-:., J u- f. ,li fSliipstltff, ; i irui! .11 'ShortHi&c, It; il t t? 1 00 J S3 V. U 1. e! '..i SJS;. ' -i Havtso two Witts or our owsjs SBftant operation we, ta addition. ba aJeoagoodsnpply.of , ,., , t, !, , .;; Country Hills' r and Ul'ow . ., Grade Flour, ! ,.,,i!:. ; . ;t .ii;-..'t r.i."-i 1 ' V. i ,1,.;. i! ij 3i Which we rs selling at teasoaable tales. '! .V .-:!-5- i; i's T- : i - ; ; -:-J' ; 4 ? JWiervl Frtt of Charge. .. ; i.c- -Ji !....- OPIICE VEOUTHEEN EII,I8.M a ft bAr-lAOt t.i.' Corner Locust Street and Canal fcbl5.lv - J3 GUARDIAN'S SALE Guardiaa'i Sale of Real Estate at , . . Priyate Sale ., r . . - ImC rNDrBSIONID.OCABDIAN Of'lOSU 1 N-gley ai d Saute Hl-y, w,uor children of wuiiam r. gwy, aHaaed, will sell at priva'e sat, M th bigheirt and brat biddrr, the fallowing described teal aetata, to-wit ) he ao'thwoat quar ter t the -noribesst quarter of ectiia nnu.hrr one tlta toanship number tx-(tj sooth of rang comber elsrea (11) west, la tbe Vincennes Laud Iiurict ana in, vacdarbargh ooaaty, l.diaaa. Alro. tb northeast qnarter of tbe sams sretion, tewnehtpaad rang, excepting six and a half acres, commencing at the Bftrtbeaat corner aad ruasing thenis west ti rode, rbunce south 16 rod', iheace sontbwast w,tU tbs Ooaaty tfead- S3 sutm, tbsnc ait to th- arctioa Hue, l lieu e iib said line to tbe place of begmaia- Also, t!toatfct quar. ter of tbe oatbeaat qurii-r of B'-ccioa 6 in twn abip 6 svnth of rang-. H wt tu sa d cimaty. ex otrpt so macb as wa fnuvcd bv i&dwird Burt; aud wife to Jsmts tiallsbury, deceeil, a follows : Beginning at tba southraat roev ot tbe aoath weat quarter of eertioo 36, thenc north IP .nhslos, thenc-rest .11 chain links, thenc sonta 9 dgn SO minutes west 12 ihius: " tint:,, thenoe west T chains 20 links to tb placet ' beginciug, enntaioing 103 acie. - . . Beh g the fumsnd premises fomerly ownedb V Xdwaru Bnrtie. io Oot re. rowaahlp, aad by bim conveyed to Will.aoi P. NogUy. Tsrsat: Oie-foarih tfc,-. u-fhirth at 8, ore- i fourth at 12, aii. ns-VorHi at lit aiitb. tb , parrhar- gi.- . t-if 4: i....-crity j aadsratleg relf ' ;. r- .!,,! . ! ; Or Awfgleuatw ti. j, J filar .Ht,i.t).U4liw -j 1 QUEElSiiiWAitfc;. CMna Glass i-. 1 v j . i aVi - ' : v 'i:--J . 01 s Consider Our'Advantagei t 1 We ar now receiving our i Q.aeejoswara Direct - ..-i: i:i 7i.j l'romtho1ih: .: ;';h PDTTEBS OP T?E OLD WOfiLt) ! , ' I, , t ''At New O r loans, onr crate, are bointfil from tb Oorau tMurs sod plnoel oa boatd Staamboata, which land tbem at our wharf in this eity, thus mulauf bat una traawtoc frooi n a LIVERPqqLENGL&D, .-.til Ind. ToS will nberw. (bewfere, that we seenr efe aad ept-dy trhsportatKa.aa wsll as grsat saving In breakam, wbicb ali,n Is a veiy important item to beooantderad in thoptpf our Vara. , liiffiiilrii . ,.1 -at,: Io ftiiec'J s'iivtr'ev.l i) T 18 :b?&&'MK Ado OlJB eTiKJK ia le f ibe Urg si n l brat as eorfed to Ij tuaiid In the Vl, ani lot sal at extremely low pii-s. . Vi sra aew susainlalbrii gswery drecrlpUbD of C at Oil" Lamys, audlai,d Ooal till Lauteras, Wbiob w wilt sell at liwlhsn I'tnrtnnuli pri.-et. a Lam, t!tpokw cui-sletlep of Baibet-., Hhurt , Cblaio,vv, Pegs aui Kl. U sale at jianu adurv rs price. " "' , ., f ilar aawsjatatogne siki r-icw s isi, iot ieoo, is now reaiy tot distribat i,a, which Will be for uisbe,l t)Metrbaui only, on .upfilt atlxs., , Champion Lantern -THE PEIDE OFHE WESTr7'.-, ABB lb 80LB AOINTa for this Laniern, which burns Coal Oil or Lard Lii. Ws will fbrnt-b p-e list a-rppllc ibm Tb. adiautag of the HallPlON LANTOtS over all oibet. .v--- !-' - -- y msTLt 1 he GluUi can b renorad oortrsnld. ly, aad .itjiutel ia te.a I mo tbaa at,y other. . eaconDil Xrjoria)C a.yceae"t,l Globe bring free, the expanaioa and coutr.ctioa iseoal, which make Hl liable to break.' ' l aisntr The fiiobe caa t r uored and a a.w oa ati4 by tbe twirr wfibent any trouble. rcuarBLT The, ax aioreoae)leai lor ! ing, aud can b- k.pt io goid order at ooe.fouxtb tbe est of tbeeld tyla. . -, 1-1. ) ; . . We can fn-uieh extra Globes, la any quantity, fear aay of th Peteot Lsnlercs ww ell. Alro, can, oa short notice, bare nam or any ether in. sorfpttoa asgrand oa Lantern or Globss. . ssbS-tf ,. , .:,..!. ,ini:1., -.il'ic -.: Kl t.'S DRY GOODS. i, v.'4if. Sallias;. off at Cost-1Jss i v P"F WILL SXLLOURSTOCg Cf DRY GOODS v-abd Kot:ooe at cost ontll tbe lat of. kl ach, prrparatory toicrWng-a Soreog Stoek. ' - ' , ilASBBOOK A BITUStT, . ftWll-tmarl ' - H. T Vlrst street. " MANUFACTORY. Fila Xlanufactory, j'.,i..-t.-- tt."i:-'i SECOND STREET, : f . , , . " .'-....- . -s Between Sycamore and ,1116, ; , , (Next to Setc bell's I4vry Stabho.) i Ci j fpHB CKDBBSlCniSO BTAtB'K'irABLTSHtD L at tb.abo.. !.' naaaiactory, vbrra Bile of art kinds can always bs bail, tild fllea will b Oxed , Ilk, s-wiaad repatrlug of 1 kindi orTi'ols wilt t promptly done-. AWo, r hears fcr Tin and Sheet Iron. All wor t will be don. ia tb beet manner, aod tt pnbtie patron age Ii reepectfnlly solicited. J30-tf UAQS LETS 8. m ) ; jf - . ; . i 31 JT 'it ' 'i'i' ' - I '"A i i f V ' m 1 ) , i'-.y.--jivj 2'-ABDi w i -'Vi-t i '; : iZ j,l!:-i,.l49 9i Bt ';itv..J 9-1' Ft ; I j-.MuUn- to" hua .H.lbV .--'"'' J,':'s .in:J il Ci Sn'U.v-3'R -: f ' C,U.M 'B S V:0 .' Brown, Dunkersoii' & Co., KVANSVlxiE,,IISrD. ComniiEsibn Hercli'ta AMD, 301 FORWARDING AGENTS. Also, Especial Agent for th . i OliOlT0ti!il3a.O COTTON EXPRESS AND XBIX TBAS3P0BXATION 00.) i -, ., ai , i BELLEFONTA1NE COTTON EXPRESS! Only Tcb Days to 1'ew Torli. TIME GUARANTEED. aBI3 L10HTN1NQ KXPBSU8 I.INB TOB . tbs traoeia'e.lon of Cotton ta th Bast, bv dispatcb, is now fully Mtablisbtd. "' ano-Tit&c Bills or Lading will ae;la. , .j - TIME THBOUOH, TES 1AY3. STr'C'f-neigumeiTte eoticlted. ' " V. OWJS, l.CiUii.--.'X 4 A Agents.' fM'.f '2VA:iaTltiu., lD. Transportation Company's ; . Time ;. Ejcpi'eaa. .,-- Tea Days from New- York' to i" ,,; ... ., KaiuTille.:..;-i;!- r ; Time 'Guaranteed. fJ THIS KXPBI88 13 NOW BBADY FOB B03I oess. Through rerelp'sgitea and timegaax. anteed by W. fl. DAHtlNO, Agent, , . ,. K. Stlfi Broadway, New fork. O. W. AbBOTT, A,.ct, , i- ' -- No. 15 Mste Hire!, Boston. . BBOWN. BCKKBhoOM A Ou., Agents,. - feb2T-tf - Xvansrill, lnd. PAH AIKIK. A. AM. a. a. w. BAaraa. DAN AIKEN & CO.. ' ""'GENERAL' . , COMMISSION MKCJUlri "" ' ' ' ll FOYDBAS BTBIBT, " ' ' ITew Orleans, Looiiiana. ' .' . .. ,...-, , - . ,r., ;.ii SPEED, SUMMERS & CO COIIOX 1X1) TOBACCO ! I JP A. G T O R S, ; GENERAL' , COHMISSION MERCHANTS, , '' ' " ' AND " " ' " . ' ... , , COMMERCIAL AGBBTB, Of riOt, No.5l POTPB11 BtBIll . r, ' NEW ORLEANS, LA.,ly . Carleton, Font A Co., Kew 1 .A. ' ' ' ' . 8 peed, Ponoho A Co., Usmph s, Tennfc. - ' f J tart, Stockard A Co., iloLl e, Ala. .dsJO-dtf;. , .. j ... . u- . : i BJ6GS, LITTLE & CO.8, . AICTI05 AND COMMISSION : M. 12 It CH A N TS, Real Estate and s i GENERAL AGENCY BUSINESS, Blaia street, adjolntng Bsnklns Euasof Watts, Given A Co., faducab, Kentucky, i SV CenstgomenU solieHed, and lihsraf ad. vances made upon aiereha&dlse, Agrlcnltarat las piemen te, Seeds. Country Produce, stock, Farni tore. Bocks, Ac A. . 1. 1 mm at-r to Wheeler A Rigrs, lTnsT'11s,Ind. ; Watts, Olrsn A Co . J. W. etaeecvr Ado., Ash brook, Byan A Co., Henry Bndsrs, James O. t'al h,wbvlff. ' - ' ; - '-' oc2S-ly J. C. rsOJCHET CO., , Forwarding, ' Commission -- , - AND ' Produco MorchantD We 19. North Water Street, ' 1 (Orr Bloss, next door to Bt; Daltall) - -1 ETA.VSVILLE, - - IKOIAJVA. .. oellS. -. - ' J08IPH WIS r ; : .: a T. W, BKTTILTOH. iWcst .Si IJcttolton, ;;:cpimiioiT:::; froewARDirid a.-h-'-o v5 Merchants, :' ""J COE. f P0TDSA8 & MAGAZINE, ir,: i.i rVsw Orlefitna. Lbu " ' " : ' "t Xtamsvills, W. J. lowry, Isu .Jebn )X Boche, Cms bier. - Hovht Vesjioh 8. It. Lea d worth, Cashier, X. T. SuIUran, Esq , Joi-o A. Sfarn, Kea ; !cn'An.-. a netuaion, usq. (Sp6, Sor. """-vTOHN 13, -HAIXr'1 J. ! ' j'; ytk . .-'l iiVV-lN" rX' btcauibvt :.gcBi-j ..-ts.a iitrf-boa, 1 ropilcur, ' . EVANSVJLLE, ,- - IX DIANA. aFJB partnrrttitp heretofore exUtlag uaieit h Arm of Hsll A Badd, Forwarding and Com minloa tfsrehaats. Steamboat Agents aad Wharf boat Proprietors. Is tbis day dls.ui.Ml by motnai sons: t. - John B. II si I bait,g woagbt oat lb lotereit of 0. B. Budd, ail bneiness of tba- old Srss will b s. tried by Jobs B. Hall, who will sontlnus tb business as teretowe. 1 - - .-1 JOHW B. HAtt, . i , ' ' ' -O. B.B0CD. -A ' Kvantrille, Tnd.j Oct. 6, 1S66. octlft. r. a. rtToit...r. . asaA.,.Dv,s iraouKit. HUSTON & CO. ; " Forwarding & Commissiox. Merchants, WHAEFBOAT PHQPEIET0E8,J' : , . t. . . j .,, - .;-V t' Evansville, Indiana " ". nS-tf , t U& 'Blnahlm " 1 ' .'svfc-mT Broths. iohi W. Bingham, I ioatovlltaa v. W (jrJeao.. w ".; "-7-, ' Falrchild, Verhoeff Blnghans, . s Commission . Iklercliants; 83 MAQAZ1NB ITltIT,. ,-. . U .. I ; -' , vKBSf OBtBASalAj :.j ' novas dm - - ' Given, Watts Si Co.; Tobacco &nd Cotton ...:-.-. a m - ---- ..j.:.. , FACTOR 8, ..- i GENERAL COMIXISSION KXBCHAHT8, FIKAHCIAT. AUD TBA58- emrriKa aoxhts,, .7!-;.,i Sew Orleans, La.; . - - ' . ' , ; : , , . . t. . K. Wiilard. , ' I -. Saranet L, ferur. s WILIAUD & POETEE, ' , . roBWABoraa (f ... . ;t, 'Commission ; Merchants, - and Dealer la all kinds of Produce. , ... ); may 1,1 serai kdrannas made en constgnmDt. ., . (,1, ;i H WATBB STBtkT. . 1- BVANRVIUK, I.TD DYE HOUSE. Fancy Dye House BOBATJPNlB.'JOR. OAK A CKMTBB BT.. Near th Canal), ....... Has oreoed Hcuse st tbe sbree plase, aa ia propaid. to color dUts. Woolen ar Cotton Goods, llair, Se , in all colors. -. I hare been a, gaged la thabuiiaess er tblrty 8 re yre, and ha?e bean eatpluyrel to tl largrst, estahliebmf uts in Kuropeaml this country. . I hold mysslf reipoosibia for all daaaga aneiained by good auder my chare-. ' Bt9. Cleaning aoJ bcon,ia of I aJlfs' and. OeutUimeo's Ooot-s dons at short node &fve aaa. a lair trade. (dlU n) f. QBACPKXK.