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WSDXSSDAYf APRIL 18, 1866.
Between Vine and Sycamore.
' Martin Golden, Manager.
Ii. C. Ghierson, Acting ;.uid Stage M;nigT
Third Night of the
WEBB SISTEKS. "
"W E?iESAY EVKX1XG, April ISlh,
will be presented the Great Drama of
THE TICSET-OF-LEAVE MAN.
Sum Willoughby (a fust boy).
..Ada W f.j ib
-Emma W kbb
Boors open at 7; the curtain wUl rise
piomitlv at 8 o'clock.
The Box Office will be open daily from
10 a.m. to 4 o'clock p.m., when Seats may be
secured without extka charge.
LOCAL NOTICES. S
- hington House. We notice
considerable improvements are
ma vie in the internal arrange-
of the Washington House.
Sloe is undergoing some changes,
e rooriis are to be newly papered
We are glad to notice this
f enterprise. ' It speaks
e j roprietress, Mrs. Webb.
Vvk Jvvle. A Fine : Heifer Half
i-hani and half Aysmre, three years
k! in June next; weighs near 1,300;
has. :i i'resh t-alf, four months old,
(heifer calf.) sired by Henry Morgan's
Al.nn.y Bull, guaranteed full Wooded,
viH W sold at Public Vendue, to the
I 'ghost bidder on Wednesday next,
A pril l.-'.h,rat 2 o'clock. They will be
!& separate. Sale to be opposite the
' iv, rt 1 1 ouse. Hiram Nelson,
"' !t.liJ-.-t-V'y '"'.'.V ' Auctkineer. "
Wanted. A Situation in
house or office as
r Hock-keeper has filled each ei'
th places to entire satisfaction. ,No
trouble' to give the best references,
Address Book Keeper,
Vl-U- P V v - P. O. Lofk-bos
?:. Perf-ons wishing to be suppli
ed with lee, at the same price that
::...tl Ice is furnished, will leave or- 7
.!. rs at Cook & Healy's House Keepers1
orium Xo. 70 Main street.
FRESH FLOWER SEEDS
: at . ,
Mathews i Fum-erton's.
Wanted. A good girl to do gener
al housework. Apply to Mrs. Golden,
: Loi-'i-t street, between First and Sec
ond "streets south side'. f " -
Sewing 3Iachines. As there is at
reent.much inquiry for good Family
Sowing Machines, go to ' Bittrolff &
. - r . , ,11
Wiicox Cribbs, ene of. the best.
They have all the good points of
other celebrated machines, with none
of their disadvantages. The price,
also, reasonable, being about 23 per
vcritlower.V Call and see one in oper
Sitl''H. i:'Zf. -I-.,- ,; ,' aplg-lw
VcLx Wirh an Ai-h Torino- r-nun-
, p , ,
vn-., i.wi vuiiu .cci CTiKwuuj "u
hand the best Uassmieres, Cloths anu-.
;Wtings,,&Q., which can be obtained
any w nere, and tnat ms cutting ana
making of gent's garments cannot be
urpa?ed. All sorts of Clthing,
comps i.-ing boys', and youths' suits,
t an be found at this establishment "in
endless variety. Call and see, as lie:iiov4-friMayfe,-itiotel ar.:
has irreatly reduced the price on everj
thiog he has in the Clothing lirje, and
is st 'ling for less than any other house
the city at Not 8 First street. ;
Let it be remembered
i.Uwk-y;&femith ares prepared fa fur
i;i-u to order, or ready-made, every
and seasonable for
ana jjovs wear, van at me
I r ;; t Wardrobe and
look at the new
lzs? But few persons ever visit Ev
. ati-v'lle without stopping in at the
iUnious store of S'Hapker, Bcssiinu
fn Great decline in Silks at Head
& Mooeuy's. New' ! Style and New
Stock mlire, of Silk Basques, Sacks,
tf, at 37a per cent, reduction. Good
Blai:k Dress Silk, three-quarters wide,
at $1.H5 per yard. t.. ,; ,. ..
Those wanting a silk basque will do
well by calling at Head & Mooney's
No. 40 Main street.
Mf-itemember that Hiram Nelson
sell at the Ccurt House, at 2 o'clock
to-day, a fine Durham heifer and calf.
foirftead the,- tudvertisement, of
Auetio -rSale of iL. Adler in another
i t..; .nr.
Monetary and Commereial.
Evansville, April 17.
The demand for money Is more moderate
and the market has a tendency to easier
rutes. Good commercial bills could be
placed at 7.to JO pee cent." The outside rates
are 10 to 12 per cent.
The Exchange market is not so close, and
the supply is fully equal to the demand.
The rates are par to 50 cents buying, and
1-10 selHr;g., v
Gold h still tending downward. It
cached ami 1 25. The quotations are as
1 follows :
Silver, bui iiig..
.114 , Selling.,
...... J) . . .
.......100 1 . T
5- 20's old
6- 20's new
7- .'Ws A lurast..
The following quotations are from the
oftii-e of W. J. Lowry & Co., Bankers, No. 1
, BANKABLE FUNDS.
U. S. Treasury So!".
National Bank Nov.
State Bank of Indiana,.
State Bank of Ohio.
i, Indiana Free Bunks.. ....1 to 10c dis.
.Missouri .... ...........k: "
Kastern Bank Notes..-.. ...................... 5c "
Bank ot-Teilnes'se..-..........w,-..80e" "
Planter's Bank....... ;....,.........,....55c'"
Union Bank.... . .55c "
Ot her Tennessee Banks ...40 to 90c "
Virginia, North and South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama and La,. ...10 to 80c "
Evaunville Dry Goods Karltel.
EVANSVILLE, Apr?l 17, 1806.
Trade continues brisk in the Dry Goods
line, and buyers are taking hold freely, as
prices have probably reached the lowest
figure. The following were the ruling
prices yesterday :
BROWN SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS.
Standard Eastern Slujetiiifrs...
1 v'aimelton. .......................... ........ .........
; Howard -
Boot s nne'"'J
Geat Fall M Sue
j BLEACHED SHEETINGS & SHIRTINGS.
4-4 Hope - 33c
i 4-4 Uxbridge ...... ....,.....v. .JWc
I 4-t Ballou ....;....;.., ;i2c
4-4 Red Bank
; -8 Ballou ...
7-8 Red Bank
7-8 Lonsdale -
7-8 Putnam. ....,....,..
:S-1 Common wealth. ....
, " " ; " ; PRINTS. ?.'
American ..r lHf
Gloucester ...... ............... ....17c
Amoskeag . 10c
Hunnell's .. ...18e
Wamsutta .. ,...14c
Freeman , t, - ...14o
Mourn ing ..................,......... ........17c
Kvanxni Il Jrxinee Sf rk.:
EVAXSVIULE, APEIL 17.
The Provluce trade so far this week: has
leen remarkably dull. But little has been
doing in a wholesale way, but the retail
trade has been as good as usual. There
are no change in prices, the former quota
tions holding firm. ;.,'' i '
The Grocery trade has been moderately
Ulbm, T. ..... " ...... . ... '
BACON Dull at 20c for clear sides. ':
... BULK MlAT In Vemand at U, 1 and
17e for shoulders, sides and hams.
CHEESE- Western Reserve firm at22
23c. ' , ! .
' 1 FLOUR Brisk ; Superfine may lie quoted
at 87g.7 25; Extra at SI 257 50; XX at 98 90
s 00; XXX Family 1010 oO; do. white
wheat SU.- " ' J - .'
k WHEAT Nominal, at SJ 7."1 S for old,
and SI 2.1 60, as per quality; for new'Red
and White. - , ' '
OATS-Steady at 40e, lrom wagons,
aml .VjfrOOe for i.orthem 'tilack, sack iu-
: -ludel, from stores.
CORN Scarce and in demand, at 4350e
from wagons, for ea corn, and t'ixsfiOc for
shelled in sticks. '
CORN MEAL May be quoted at 82 75rt 4
per bbl. for unbolted ; for bolted $)ft3 25 per
bbl. " ;.jr v. f.-?.. .
w-BA HfLE Y -SteAdy tit 80eSl ,mntl dull. :
ItYE S'omintil at 75c(5.Sl, and scarce.
FLAX SEED In fair demand at SI 752.
TIMOTHY SEED Steady at & 7.V i,
G ENSKXG Steady at tM& 70n.
LAR1 Dull at 18 & 20c. '
NAILS Steady at '.$S. witTi ' iiual
y.w- '- J ' ! -
SUGAR Firm at l-WniC.
MOLASSES Firm at KtoSHki
f.SYaUP-.i8I 35.1. ' -, l'
I Lii.u 1.... l.t.l . 1 j . . n . . . ci :
HA V Dull v loose . to l'j Wed :i to
$14 50.'' 4 "'' :
POTATOES In demand, and are held at
Sl.nl 25 ier bushel. . 1
HIDES-Flnn at 7c for green, and 13'-a to
14c for dry Hint. , .'. ,
SALT Steady at 5-5i? per -bushel, i
WHISKY Steady at 82 15(2 25.
WOOL Dull at ;Va40c for fleece.
Lumber Market. '
. , : Eva'9VII-LK, April 17.
The Lumber trade has been quiet so far 1
this week. The supply of all grades of '
Pine, is good, quite equal, to the demand, j
Our dealers are getting a. fair ' supply of:
Poplar; still there Is a scarcity of seasoned j
fiooring.f Prices remain unchanged. " j
First Clear Pine 885 00
" Com. " ...jV,70 i
Second " " 45(3.50 r
Common Boards 35 ;
First Clear Flooring 70(0)7.5 i
" "om. " -o
(;ommon " f,n
Common Pine Siding ;!0 ;
t!leai . . . i. "j. XnaM ,
Poplar Flooiiiiif.,..p 45 :
Shaved Pine- Shiniiteij.,...-....v...... 6 to 81
Sawed ." " , ..........8to8Va 1
Poplar (cut) Shingles .....,....'....4 to 4ia l
- (fneinnatl Market.
' ClNCIWHATI, April 7.
FLOUR-Firm;Super2e 7 2t7 50; Ex-
tra 8 758,50; Family 9 50(5 9 75; Faney
10 00(12 , , , ,
. .WHEAT Buoyant, and but litUe of
fered: No. 2 red 1 mvi 00, nr.d 2 lOf. 2 1 tor
No. 1; old 2 302 5, and extra No. 1 2 l'J
CORN Firmer ; niiiSe in elevator, C4(
65c in sacks, and 54(5 : .VjC in ear.
; OATS Firm ; 30J40c for No. 2 and 1.
1 RYE Firm at 70(f.75c.
; BARLEY-Firmer; 1 10sl 20 for fall, and
1 253 1 30 for On n. id a.
' WHISK KV Dull at 2 22. . . .
PROVISIGN.S Firmer, but prices un
changed; Mess Pork 2o "u; Iard lRJc;
Bnlk Meats; l(Kl.4ic: Bacon unchanged;
Shoulders 12c; Sides Uc, and Clear Sides
i SEED Dull, and prices unchanged.
Sew York Market.
New York, April 17.
COTTON Heavier and declining; 37c for i
FliOUit Active. -
WHEAT Western 34c better, with an
active business doing; at LBO! 75 for old
mill, - .
CORN Firm and in moderatedemand at
RO(n'82o for unsound, and 83(s,8Tc for sound
mixed western, both in store and delivered.
o yrs On Set. ,
PETROLEUM Dull; 24 for crude, and
, for rennea in Dona.
fit. I.ouih Market.
St. Louis, April 3
FIXJUR Dull. - -jrr"
WHEAT Dull and unchanged.
CORN Firm and unchanged. , . ,
OATS V.VtiMv.' - - -: "' it
.PROVISIONS Unchanged. " ;
Sw Tork Ktk Xnrkt. i :
- New York, April 17.
The Commercial says: The Stock market
exhibits rather more animation, with a
general improvement in prices. The Rail
road list is decidedly firm, but without any
important speculation or activity. Govern
ments are strong, but rather less active.
About a million and a half dollars of old
5-20's were returned by the two last steam
ers, bnt the price has strengthened not
withstanding. Ten-Forties sold at -S2J-i,
Seven-Thirties are firm, but less active at
yesterday's figures. .Money continues very
abundant, owing principally to the large
receipts or currency from th5 interior, arid
also to the moderate demand for lonns. De
mand loans are severally made at 5 J cent.
Outstanding six per cent, loans have been
mostly paid in and renewed at lower rates.
Discounts are moderately active. There is
a brisk demand for prime paper, which is
scarce.! Foreign Exchange shows a slight
reaction from the firmness of yestei-day.
Some of the leading drawers ask 108 for (i0
days' standing, while others otter their
bills at 107, which is about the views of
most buyers. Gold is in active demand
from importers: at the same time the bor
rowing demand for shorts is quite active,
Js per day be.ing generally paid for loans.
. Electioa Notice.
TT IS ORDERED) BY THE COMMOX
JL Council of the !ity of Evansville, tliat,
on MONDAY, the 30th day of April, 1800, an
election shall be held in said city, in pur
suance of "An Act to amend the fortieth
clause of section thirty" of the charter -of
said city, passed at the e Jl session f the
General Assembly of the State of Indiana.
The said election shall be held for the
purpose of ascertaining whether the quali
fied voters of said city do or do not desire
the Common Council aforesaid, for and on
behalf of said city, to subscribe for and
take stock in the Evansville and CincinX
nati Railroad Company to the amount of
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOU
SAND DOLIARS. - ;: '
Said election shall be by ballot', and upon
the ticket of those who desire said stock to
be so taken, as aforesaid, shall be written
or printed the words " Take Stock," or
other words clearly expressing such desire;
and upon the ticket of those who do not
desire said stock to be so taken, as afore
said, shall be written or printed the words
"Take No Stock," or other equivalent
In all other respects the said election
shall be conducted in the RAme manner,
and be governed by the same rules and
regulations, as the regular annual elec
tions for officers of said t lty, except, that no
one can vote at said election who shall not
have paid a city tax within twelve months
next before such e!fct?rin.
Said election shall he held at ihe UMial
places of holding city elei t ions ; and notice
of the time and pltice of holding nd elec
tion shall be given by publishing ; c"ty of
the order six days in two daily new;mpers
printed and published in sniii city, the last
of which publications shall be at i-'jit five
days before the time of holdir.u: nid lec
tion. One of said newspapers sIimI- "e ;v
German paper, and pnhlisli a. imnsiation
of this order in the Crnum langiuii!'-; and
no unimportant defect, iu .such tiatiKiution
shall affect the validity of the notice. '
A. M. McGRIFF, Clerk.
Evansville, April 16, 18i.
L nion copy 0 times. i
UNION DDRG STORE,
it:-. MJCU8T STREET, i ' "
, '- - " t " '
. Next door to Post-Office.
w. P. B. Hebberd.
If VMt , rRKM KIKi'WJiS
carefully compounded. Strict atten-
lion gi ven to business, and orders sent iy
set vauts or children. . ;
i Fancy and toilet articles of all deserip
f tions, very cheap. aprlS tl
THW dellehtful toilet article has no equal
i for Preserving and Beautifying the Coro
! nlcxion and Skin.
i Sold by druggists everywhere,
Depot, 7 Fulton street, N. i .
C t23 1!
Ol'SE The house on Main street now
occupied bystreet &' Burtis' Marble
Works. Inquire of JOHN A. REITZ.
MONEY A small sum of money, which
the owner can have by proving pro
perty and paying for this advertisement.
aprlS It .
T FATHER HEI.TIXU SUPERIOR
JLd Leather Belting, 5,000 feet, from V to
I2inches, for sale by
aprlbdiw GEO. S. SONNTAG &. CO.
Oldtt WHITE WHEAT FI.Ot'R A
choice brand, bv
COX & HUMPHREY,
1 aprl4dtf Water Street.
OXE EXGI3TE A3TI '..BOILER With'
Pump and everything complete, and
ready to run 6 inch cylinder and 10 inch
stroke. Boiler 16 feet long, and 32 feet in
diameter. Apply to BLOMER & HOING, ;
aprl4 - Main St., bet, First and Second.
BLACKFORD'S ESTATE Building
Lots in Upper Enlargement I am au
thorized to sell fractional lot 11, in lots
Nos. 7, 8, 27. 49, 52, 58, and 59, iu the Upper
Enlargement, at reasonable rates, and on
easy terms. Apply to
apl4d8teod THOS. E. GARVIN, Third St.
HOV'SE Apply to Capt. A. Darling. A
Two-Story Brick House, containing
12 rooms, with excellent cellar and roomy
garret; one acre of land finely improved
with fruit trees and shrubbery. . Outhous
es or all kinds in perfect jrder. "' Locat ion,
for beauty and healtlifuliicsx, unsurpassed.
Will be sold much under its value. iu81-3w
FARM Conta'.ninr 180 acres, 75 acres of
which are cleared ; is situated on the
Ouio River, about eisrht miles above Smith
land. For further particulars inquire of ,
jan!7 J. C. DUSOUCHET & CO.
A RARE CHANCE 1
Lots at Auction.
I 'WILL "HELL, AT THE-BOOR Ol'
the court-house, in the city of Evans
ville, On SATURDAY, April 21, lKtW, eight
fine Building Lots, containing from two to
five acres each, on the plank road, near
Pigeon Creek, and near the Old Fair
Ground. Four of said lots front on t he
plank road, and the other four front on a
st reet back of the first lots. These lots have
all been platted, and are very sirable
building sites for persons doing nsiness
in the city. Terms made known or, day of
sale. Title good.
Sale to commence at 2 o'clock p.m.
A. G. SULLIVAN,
Real Estate Agent.
H. GUMBERTS, Auctioneer. aprlS tds
Auction Sale of Buildings, Lumber,
Fencing, Wagons, &c.
THE l'VIEK.SiXEO WILL NELL
at public auction, on the premises, on
SATURDAY, April 21, 18, at 10 o'clock
a.m., a good Dwelling House, large Frame
Barn, a large Stable (capable of accommo
dating sixty head of horses); also, about
20,000 feet of good Building Lumber, be
sides some good Plank Fencing; also, some
Wagons and a Buggy; together with some
good Work Horses and Mules. Come and
examine, at the head of Water street,
Evansville, Ind. , . -
, Terms eah. ' ' - C ' L. ADLER. i
aprlS tds . '
Valuable Real, JEstate for .Sale.
THE lMF.RSI(JXi:i WILL OFFER
for sale at auction, m SATITRDAY,
April 28th, from the porch of the old
Branch Bank in this city, between the
hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 12 m., imme
diately after the sale of the banking
house, that desirable tract of land known
as the "Oli .Fair Ground' . The tract con
tains slxtwti acres, more or less, and for a
country seifr, or market garden, there is no
spot more worthy the attention of pur
chasers. Ii is situate two and a half miles
from the city, on the plank ruud.
Terms of sale One-half ca,;h. the other
half within tMelvC 'months, with interest,
secured by mortgage.
aprlS dts,wlt t '. R. B KM EXT.
ValuaLSe Projierty lor Sale.
7"II.r. KK S4I.I in THE ItKiil.
est I;i(iuer, from irsc portico f the
Branch Bank, on Sats.w ; !?- iMii ..?
April, between ! in ( f te.t and twelve
o'clock A. t., fiie Biinkhi!r.iiotte j-'ropvijy
of the Evaii.iviile Brnix-h f tiie liiink'of
tiie State of 1 iid:jin;i, 1m ins; lot X. .'15, Old
l'l;in of EvnnsviUc, Mxcpt a sn ip .5 iVt t in
width, adjoining lot Xo..) w ii U the llank
ing House find fixtures. and i ber improve
ments thereon ; conditioned that the prop
erty will be sold subject to a leae to the Ev
ansville National Bank, extending to the
1st -day of March, ISt", at a monthly' rent of
200 payable quarterly, and conditioned,
also, that all taxes and assessments there
on for the current year (18W) shrill be paid
by the purchaser; which conditions will
be inserted in the Deed, '
Terms of sale cash. '
By order of the Board of Directors.
G. W. RATHBONE. Pres't.
Evansville, April 10, 1806. apltidtds
II. . BLE1IKER
AS REMO' Kli FROM HI8.0LD
. stand on rMain : street- to- hi! new
house, v- t. , rv..-
No. 14 Second Street
Main and Svcamore. and received
a large addition to his stock of; ware, so
that he how has the largest ami best select
ed stock in the city of
Plain and Fancy Tinware,
Cooking and Heating Stoves, Mantles.
Mantle Fronts, the very 1 best Enameled
Orates, fine aud common: Skillets and
Lids; Ovens and Lids: Sugar-Kettles;
Dog-Irons; Smoothing-irons, fancy and
common; Coal Hods and -Vases; Britan
nia Ware; Iron, Tinned, and Enameled
Ware, and everything connected with the
business; in fact, a general assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
A good assortment of Tinners' Stock.
BW-A1I Jobbing, such as U UTTERING,
ROOFING, Ac, done at short notice. ; ;
All warranted as represented.
Otters to sell cheap, at wholesale or retail.
Oiders solicited. aprl8
L. St. BAIRD.
G. H. START.'
BAIRD & START,
(Successors to W. M. Aikman & Co.,)
GENERAL AGENTS. PRODWE,
Forwarding and Commission Mer
chants, Evansville, Indiana. Refer to H.
Q. Wheeler. Fres't First National Bank,
and Sam'l Orr, Vice President Evansville
Agents for Ohio River Salt Co. noll-Jy
William C. Turnoek,
GAS AND STEAM PIPE FITTER,
DEALER IK OA S f FIXTtB ES,
Pi pes and Fitt ings. Place of busi ness
Steam Engine House, Second Street,
Evansville, Ind. ap4tf
TVISQ, FAIIXL.EY A CO.,
,' i- "' Dealers in- r ? t'
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS,
A-le, Porter, Cider,
No. 85 Main Street, Evansville, Ind.
-Delivered free oj? charge to any
part of the city, )y tltte dozen, half barrel,
and barreL mar 22 .
keep on hand the celebrated j
MADISON XX ALE,
IXMl'UST STREET, near the river, - i
1 t- - . a. if,'
"" 7 ' Evansville, Isrto. "
Families, hotels, mloons, and steamboats
supplied at short notice. All orders attend
ed to promptly. -
Orders from all parts of the country filled
promptly. . . ' ' marltj lim
Second St., Between Chestnut and Cherry,
, Evansville, Ind.
Sash, Doors, Window Blinds, Dressed
Lumber, Boards, Laths, &c, of every de
cription constantly on hand. Packing
Boxes of all k inds made to. order. Sawing
of every kind done on tbS shortest notice.
' " Z, IMPORTER asd dealer is
Coach & Saddlery Hardware
Springs", Axles, Wood Wotk, Damasks,
- llarness, Enameled Patent Leather '
Pad Skins, Skirtings, du;., &c.
IN'o, 4 Main Street
Warren A 'Coujngton,
Pianos, Melodious Miisie,
No 1 Main St., Evansville, Ind.
Fancy C4oods, Toys. Ac Instruments of
all limn 'i nnea ana iietaireu. iiie urai
i Italian Guitar, Violin, and Banjo Strings
always, on liana.. ?, n ; . , 5'
All orders promptly filled. janotf
Has permanently located his Auction
' ' No. WMTain Street, ''
(Opposite the Washington House 1. here
he will attend to all kinds of Auci Inn busi
ness: To the selling of Merchandise. Wag
ons, Carriages, Horses, and I leal iNUile.
Auction Days Tuesday, TwrR-oAr and
Saturday of each week. Cash advances
on consignments. Refers to fall the ciU
ecus of Evansville who know him. Will
give his whole time to his bniness. ,i pi4
j mviAiisa a- 1 i:a-.i
j Nlnfh St., bet. t'Uestnut and Ck.
1 Ke. (V.'.isliuLii: (,
j Clnciiinati prices.
l.ica we will
llnnncl t Sons, i
Cor. WALNUT STREET and CANAL,
We furbish to Order all kinds of , Doors,
Sash, Frames, and Blinds; also, keep on
hand a large stock of Shingles, Lath, Pine
and Poplar Flooring, Pine Lumlwr, &c. , .
All oraers promptly aiteuueu vu.
nov4 6m - -
" JOHN SCAXTLIN,
HOLLOW-WARE, COPPKR, SHEET-lRON.and
1 1U1V W A VI V.
No. -65 Main Street, above Second,
-Jvanvill I nil
ar Job Work promptly executed in the
best mariner. Orders solicited. sepl 3m
STEAM DYE HOUSE.
' I have removed rofnr First street to the
corner of Ingle street and the Central Mar
ket. . - - , ....
I have bought out the Cincinnati Steam
Dye House, and keep the very same place,
unaertnenimoi;,; . 1
THE EVANSVILIE STEAM DYE
- - HOUSE. : , ;
I am now better prepared to do my work
well in Dyeing and Scouring. Please call
and try me.- GUST A V II. KRACH. t
mar-'l lm ;
EACY DYE liOIJSili
,51 ki GRAUPNER, ftf '
Corner of Oak and Centre Street,
Is prepared to color Silks, Woolen or Cot
ton Goods, Hair, &c.', in all colors. Clean
ing and Soon ring of Ladies' and Gentle
men's Goods done, at short notice. Give me
a fail; trade. . ,dlO-0m P. GRAUPNER.
JAMES T. WALKER, -
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND AGENT
FOR OBTAINING PENSIONS, BACK
PAY AND BOUNTIES ; ;
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FOR "DISCHARGED SOLDIERS, AND
for the Widows and other Legal Rep
resentat tves of those who die in the service
of the United States. Office on the North
west side of Third street, near the Wash
ington House, and nearly opposite the
Court House, Evansville, Ind.
All business entrusted to him will be
promptly attended to. janl8-ly.
J. R. LOTSPEICM,
. , Late of Louisville, Ky., .
(Successor to Anspacher A Son,) v
: Keeps In store every grade of
MEN'S and BOYS'
. ' and
: : Piece Goods - :
are of all grades and be?t manufac
ture. f '
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made up in the best manner. Style,
material, and fit guaranteed.
Mr. JOHN CLARK, our Cutter, is
direct from Glencross's Reporter
or Fashions, fully up to style in
every garment, and will please ail
who give us a call.
We shall gi ve especial attention to.
'Children's Clothing V '
'"-"''.'""'' ' and ' ''.:.
FURNISHING GOODS, 1
and have always the best stock ia '
the city. Ladies will find ourStriTS
jos Children very handsome and
Full line of ;
' HOSIERY and GLOVES.
. Alexandre's Kids, all sizes.
No. 5 First Street,
T. A. LYON. MEilONIS.
LYOM & SEM0KM.
. . WAOLESALE IiKAtKiS IS
CLOTHING A.ND GENTS' I CKNISHl."
,V -.. , GOODS.
-(At the old stand of Goldmau, Berg A C
" 2 North First Street.
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: t, EVANSVILLE......... J.INDIANA.
: J.' Smith's Shirt Manuiactory,
, No. 3-; Second Street, in Bray's Block.
rjHIRTS MADE TO ORDER FRO t
measurement, and a fit warranted, a
stock ol ready made Shirts and Colla
always on hand, and at prices thatwiil
suit the purchaser. Tucking Skirts iUteii
ing Bosoms, dtc, done with neatness atd
Thankful for past favors, the subscriber
respectfully solicits a continuance of tte
patronage so generally bi.'towel for ti ts
past Ave years. J SMITH.
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The Farmers Corapanloit
J. M. GLEICHMAN.
Offers his improved Stitmp Extractob to
the public. This Machine is one of the
most useful to farmers now in use, and is
designed for th ree im portent purposes : 1st, .
To extract Stumps; 2d. To haul Saw Log;
3d, To raise and haul large Rocks. :Itui
durable, simple and cheap. Two men can.
work it. ' .
Farmers who wish their fields and mead
ows clean of Stumps will find it to their
interest to get one of these Machines. Fer
particulars apply to
J ,r . ' V J- M- GLEICHMAN,
No. 89 Main Street, opposi te Court House,
marl4-3mdw ' Evansville, Ind.
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Ir. IL .T. Iluaele,
OFFICE AND DWELLING NO. 24PJST
STREET. '- '
First Door above Walnut. "