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SSGencral C. II. Parish has been nominated for the State Senate by the Union men of Waba&h county .j i The name of Huntsville, Whitley county, has been changed to that of Larwell. At JMarionr- Grant Quntj the entire Onion ticket was successful at the re cent election. John Ratliff, Esq., has been nom inated by the Uniou men of Grant county, for Representative. The annualelectiori of. officers for ihe corporation of Kendallville will take place Monday, the 7th of May. ImydiB? occupied byve lamues, in 'Tejrre Haute, on Thursday-last.' li 'The Northern . Indianian advertises! to take " Horscotypes and Jadkotypes, as tvell in cloudy as in clear weather. Mr. Curtis Newell, an old and high-j ly respectable citizen of Warren court tydied on Saturday last, at his resi- dence near .Wiliiamsport., r. . J A. vounar man named Robert, form-; rly a soldier in -the- 29th regiment,!. fell into a, well at Hartford land camel near being drowned. ,? A committee of good-looking ladies, ".have awarded the editor of the Ken-; allville Standard . wUh, thepremium of: being the homliest man in th& county. t i The Trial of Frank Aldridge, in dicted for murder, (shooting the son of Col. Kegwin, at Jeffersonville, in this Estate.) ha3 just been decided in the Floyd Circuit Court. The jury brought in a verdict of not guilty the killing accidental. , hlll Drowned is a - Tub, A little daughter of a family romLouisvillej Who were 'stopping at a boarding . Imuse in Indianapolis, was drowned " hi a tub containing only a few inches -at water, on Friday last. " f The De, Kalb Democrat .says thai the inoat office at Jarvis. De Kalb county," was broken into a few nights! incer and the loose change and stamps, amounting to some thirty dollars, taken.1 There was also a jewelry stor fcfpt in the same building,, which was nobbed of watches, jewelry and silver ifepoons to the amount of nearly three tTtmfoed dollars. - ? I LggyA gang of thieves have been epentfiag in Goshen, this. State, of Use. A lew nigms since iuey uium into the Treasurer's office and ltd- Border's office in that county, but were j -easucccssful in getting anything of i.. 1 tWi robbery of several houses. I (1?aekikg. We arei informed that :ie farmers in this county are vigor ausly at work, and that preparations :aM being made for as large summer's work. Along the railroad hence to Vincennes the farms present the ap pearance of unusual activity and in dustry. Already some of the farmers have planted corn. The grand shooting match arranged . between Fred. Erb. of Lafayette, and 4$hn Taylor, of Jersey City for $1,000 aside, is to come on on luesday rsAt, April 17, on the grounds ,e mile east of the former city. On Wednes day, the 18th, the lists aro open to.La fayette - sportsmen, a three prizes .are to be awarded 'o the"" three best shots. Erb and iving'will take no part in the seco-u day's shooting. The Bofi of Trade established at Evansv52je, some time since,) seems to bave lizzled out. .The Journal has mao an . appeal to the President to -er-Ii one more meeting, and urges the business men to nut their shoulders to the wheel. Poor Evansville. New - , Albany Commercial. , . -: STes, Evansville ij poor enough, but .still -she manages even without a well- organzied Board of Trade, to do about twice the amount of business done in New Albany and Louisville. We:; have had reports of epidemic disease among people, horses, cattle, dogs, sheen, etc., but now it seems that the does are to have their turn. The Logansport Journal reports that thd canine race are dying off rapidly mtJfflSSits. i .i r . i .. - : i .'""Te would agree to do without the 'cholera in Evansville if a '.malady wbnll break out among the dogs in -tikis lty, and carry ff-justS,ll4,-We could spare them, and feel al the better " for the bereavement.; , i -Church Trouble. We are in . i . . . r 7 formed, by, a gentleman who came in on:he train yesterday morning, that ttrte a disturbance has occurred at Si' James' Church,' near Ilaubstadt, ,1otwecn the Priest,, Rev; Mr. Pep !jersack, and a portion of the congre ration, and that considerable excite taent prevailed amongst the members "iaf that" church. In consequence of .the trouble,'' the; Priest has' left his charge. As ' we were informed, the difficulty arose from his urging a b.earticr support of the church and the ministry. ! .THE iSAySVI MIIXERS. Iirlolisxi't Bros., f.;i.t !!'! Mf a Wholesaler &:Retail, Dealeryjn 44- or Oj O 3 J 5 h w a - M 42 m S mm to HI tel. 5W SH St4- a" ft w 63 S OB M COKN. u s t o l lit , Hi AND 38 H M ft FEED. Corner Locust and Canal Sts. PAIER,ETC., Paper "ITarelioiis, A'O. 7' SOUTH FIRST STREET. ? s. iv. oocitiait sc co., .III'? w4iiJKib:iM--si-" .i-w , i . Paper Hangings, Taper Bags, Card Boards, .... Letter, Cap,. , Note .Wrapping, and Manilla Paper, Cut Cards, Window '' : . Shades, &c.,&c. We will keep a complete assortmeit of every thina In our line, at wholesale and retail, let all who desire good Goods cheap call early and examine our stock, a S. N. DOCKER & CO., . ?J;.iS No. 7 South First Street,' i marltf . , . , , Evansville, Ind. T. B. MATTHEWS. W. Q. FTHLIKHTOI. Late of Louisville, Ky. MATTHEWS & FILLEBT0N. , . . . -Dealers in AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS, Wood and Willow Ware, ' and ".-, HOUSE , FURNISHI NG ARTICLES No. i Main Street, noOtf. r, .j , , t EVANSVILLE, IND GROCERIES ' ,.r;: ,: Head' &. 'Menifee, , wnoi.MA1Lti GROCERS, j O w 4 LIQUORS, WINKS, NAIL8, GLASS, COT TON YARNS, SPICES, WOODEN ,WARE,tc.,4c7 , ' 5 No. 13 Main Street, r: f (Opposite Branch Bank,) decOO i " ;-;EvAxavu.tE, Isd. J. DAIEI ' ' A. U.-KAHN Wholesale Dealers in ' GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, ' CI- i GARS, COTTON YARNS NAILS, Ac. No. 2 "Water St., between Main and Locust, jan ll-6m ' ' A ' Evansville, Ind. f " 1 tv ; SfflPSTOTTS and SHORTS. 44:1 1 lust received and for sale by ' w J J. C. DITSOUCHET & CO., , ap7 . .-' i : No. 19 Water Street.' 200 BBIjS FLO li'R ASSORTED brands and prices just received eby J. C. DUSOUCHET&CO., No. 19 Water Street. and for sale api8 1866' GROCERIES. Mew orl Grocery ,1 ..11 iJ ' i 1 I ; t'S'.i i; inti i ""1 - ; . ..! I., ;j f i i j (it tt rat it n.t "'.r. w s About Moaef Great Saxe has sung atKiit bow money But howlt comes who knowst .' ' ' ' : Why, every Western mother's, son ! i j , Can tell you how the thins; i done : Tt. AAinM hv mnff toil and tradf. Bv wielding sledge and driing spade, . J . j .;ui chin hallnnnv and linimS- LUU "Ll!'l"S 1,111 1"? ' And that's the way the money comes. - . How does it come? The way w plain :. , By raising cotton, corn, and cane ; By gniding ships across the main ; , .. w By selling groceries so low That not a rival dares to crow, . While customers, a steady flow. Come pouring in, and, as they i?o. They take a bargain to their nomes . And that's the way the money comes. How does it come? Why. as it sow : By spinning, weaving, teniting hoe B'" stitching shirts and coat-s tor Jews,- ; Electing churches, renting pews, . . And mantifactiirina boots and shoes. - The New York Grocery " seems to choo-e i if nilinir imiwrwH an .-tiean that those-- Who liHr with heivl and aams and - thumbs ' - -May save their money as it comes. How's money saved? Why, don't you - know r j? ' ' " :i ' ' i ' By visiting Main Street, 72, W here Teas and Sugars, and Coffees too, . A m nr.li ur chpftti that all who ao Mar receive the benefit of the Ute decline In all Klnas oi goous in xne gro5ry nuv. By going where you'll not get shaved And that's the way tha money's avea. . CALL. PARSONS. SCOVILLE & Co. KTo-. 73 "3Iai3 Street,:. and they will tell you more about , how money coMEr ' HOW it mi:s, '. and- IIov it is Sai cA. : t . : :-n-,,t: i.t, ftONT FORGET THE PLACE:" "New ITorlt Grocery, :.-72: MAIN STREET.' V;' 31. 31J GRO.CC2KY. it 1 I I would respectfully inform 'my friends and the public that I have opened .out a iresn ana aesiraoie siocx ot Staple and Fancy Groceries, illi. PROVISIONS, '' SUGAR-CURED HAMS, " r. i HAM SAUSAGE,' ; TEAS, SUGARS, COFFEES. COAL OIL and LAMPS, 'i ' WOODEN and WILLOW WARE, J-- 'ij'.ifi.:..v'.'4c'.ftj. 6-jk). 31- L0CVST( STKEET, . Bktwkkn Firs aki Sbcokb Havlna purchased since the late decline. I am enabled to otfer goods at lowest cash prices,) v "-?- : vu All orders promptly filled, and delivered to any pari 01 ine ciiy, ThanK fui for past favors, a renewal of the ' patronage of former Iriends ana customers Is earnestly solicited. i'eb3 Urn : - ; ... J. S. DAtlS. DAtlS. GROCERIES. ixoiJ&EIEPTCRS' EMP ORIUM; . f'lH'it ii-ff itis. 70 Main : street. hi i 'si . :'.:'V ' . i .: ! i h":t Cliurns! Clmnis ! -'IV.. ( 4;'i;ry;f.m m K. CASES A8SORTET IRON-HOOr fl Cprlar Clmrns: '. a i , ..ij.'- 6 cases assonea iron-jnoop j ure vuumsi 3 " " Brass-Hoop Asnt 3 Jron-Hoop prl8 - At-COOK & HEAliY'S. d ' Measures ! Measures !. ' tCi IRON-BOUND HALF B US H. H.uo ; OU W sets Iron-Bound Measures , , . 10 sets riain iMeasurew; lOOQuart Measures plain; 75 Two-Quart Measures plain; 50 Four-Quart Measures plain;. 2T Eight-Quart Measures plaiu ; aprl7 At COOK & HEALY'S. ! ahcy Baskets. ; ' , , !t , ,'. fJIHE BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE aprlS 1 At COOK & HEALY'S Maple Sprup. f; ; ; ; BARREL CHOICE MAPLE SYRUP at t ae --.... ... ; ; i-y . HOUSEKEEPERS' EMPORIU M. , aprlS LiociiBasket3 (A At " FULL ASSORTMENT at the r : aprl3 , - t I ft? is n . ';j ;!! : .? t ' Feather Dusters, i 'UY..': .: : II J.j-t--.::.. ! A f: - ..J ... -. - OK DOZEN ASSORTED FEATHER Dusters aprlS At COOK & HEALY'S. "t t DOZEN FLAIN HAIK UUSTJKS; Alf 10 dozen Fancy Hair Dusters; , Zuozen janevnennn dumpi, P0 dozen assorted Blacking Brushes; :20 dozen assorted Scrab Brushes; 2 do7n assorted IiOtig-Handled Floor Brushes, at the HOUSEKEEPERS' EMPORIUM. aprlS', I-L Patent'' Window-Washers. O DOZEN FARNSWORTH'S PATENT jt Window-Washers-somethihg new to behadatthe ' ''. HOUSEKEEPERS' EMPORIUM. aprlS V: Soda: Ask- .jd strength. . !v ' ! At COOK & HEALY'S. aprlS !-:- -:, : .-. 1 ' " . - "I f"k DOZEN ROLLING-PINS, assortetl; 12 dozen Wooden Spoons,' 1Z dozen Butter L.aaies;i 4 12 dozen Cedar B'aucets- 1 12 dozen Cork-Lined FauCets; 6 dozen Ax-Handles; 10 boxes Clothes-Pins; 24 gross Patent Spring Clothes-Pins ; 6 dozen Cocoa Dippers ; : ;j ; 20 dozen Painted Buckets; 10 dozen Painted Tubs, assorted ; 5 dozen assorted Cedar Tubs, at the HOUSEKEEPERS' EMPORIUM. aprlS 1- -it ' ' - 4 ' i -A j 1C DOZEN MOP-HEADS, assorted; i 3 dozen Cotton Mops ; i aozen KUDDer mops; 2 dozen Rubber Mops arid Scrubs, at. the . . HOUSEKEEPERS' EMPORIUM. aprl8 . : : ' ' ' Market Baskets, &c. - ' :o f nests Assorted . g e em a n J J Baskets ; f 10 dozen assorted Square and Oval Cov ered Baskets;.- - ,. 15 nests twines rsasKets; 10 dozen Split Feed Baskets; : "" 5 doaen Split' Bushel Baskets, aprl8 ? Brooms Wliisksr&c.r; I " O A DOZEN SHAKER BROOMS; : &M 10 dozen Fancy Husk Brooms; ' - J.0 oozen r .mcj carpet n rooms; . 10 dozen Steamboat Brooms r 2(? dozen assorted Whisk Brooms, at the 1 EMPORIUM. aprlS HOUSEKEEPERS' -a 1 jVi i .. GROCERIES. Eureka JBixxcXiii, 75 MAIN STSSET.; Eureka Bazaar ! Just Received.' Armstrong, Farr&r & Ludlow Offers to buyers this splendid lot of CJ-ROClrUmES, At Redaced Prices : 100 BBLS CHOICE PEACH BLOOM PO TATOES. - ' ' 23 BBLS CHOICE SUGAR All grades. 10 SACKS CHOICE RIO COFFEE. , 5 SACKS OliD GOVERNMENT JAVA. 1,500 LBS DRIED BEEF. . . 700 LBS HAM SAUSAGE. ' , 800 LBS COD FISH. ' ... 2 CASES SARDINES Boxes. . 'I: 2 CASES SARDINES V, Boxes. . . ,. .' 2 CASES SARDINES Whole Boxes. ', tf 25 BBLS MOLASSES All grades. . . . ( 5 BBLS CHOICE SYRUP. 1 TIERCE SUGAR-CURED HAMS. 2 TIERCES PLAIN HAMS. 2 TIERCES SHOULDERS,-,.. ; , , 5 BBLS CHOICE BEANS. '5 BBLS DRIED PEACHES. -5 BBLS DRIED APPLES. . 50 CASES PEACHES. . 2o CASS GREEN CORN. ' 23 CASS GREEN PEAS. 2 CASES PEARS. ' ? -i i ,. 25 CASES PINE APPLES.- . , . ,., , 10 CASES QUINCES. 10 CASES PLUMS. - ' 10 CASES STRAWBERRIES. 10 CASES BLACKBERRIES. 5 CASES ASSORTED JELLIES. ' 15 CASES PINE APPLE CHEESE. 2VDOZEN GALLON JARS PICKIiES. -40 DOZEN QUART JARS PICKLES. 75 DOZEN PINT JARS PICKLES. , And a thousand other articles too nu merous to mention, all of which we will sell by the quantity as low as any Whole- sale House in the citv. We are determined not, to he undersold bv any House. Call and judge for yourselves, at 75 Main Street. ARMSTRONG, FARRAR & LUDLOW" aprlS . . t FAMILY GROC Y. J..M.BLYTHE, 153 MAIN STR3EET, 153 Between Fifth and Sixth. I would respectfully inform the citizens of Evansville and the people generally, that I have opened a First-Class Store, at No. 153 Main street, for the saleof FANCY ana STAPLE . : 'v f ..... rf'' I GROCERIES, such as MEATS, BREADSTUFFS, . ' . . FRUITS, . . ., , TEAS, ' COFFEES, SUGARS, OYSTERS, &c.,&c, 1 a full stock of which I shall keep constantly on hand for the benefit of those who may favor me with their patronage, at the low est current prices. . . J. M. BLYTHE, f nov7 153 Main street. MeClTtHAK A MA.SOS, Family Grocery,' CENTER STREET (opposite Clark). Eyansvillk, Istd. ' We have on hand a full assortment of Family Groceries, which we otter to our customers at as low. figures as they can be purchased at any place in the city. . . mar24tm , i GROCERIES. V1CRERY ; BROTHERS? Groceries! CheaiiGroceries! w : r - : : We are now receiving large additions w our stock of Groceries, bought at the very lowest figures of the late decline, and will take great pleasure in givingthe publlctne benefit of our low purchase. ! i '' : ' '.I. . . ' 1 , f i 1 ! :.i H v.. ;r:" ' " . ; 'if. . We are Jelrm3nI. not to be tnder-' , , old iy any IIon!" In the City either i! or new. ' , 53011011 JAOOJ And will sell at cost, if necessary, to carry out our determination. Oar Stock is lars and comprises almost everything usually kept in a first class ; .- '..f .. -. i,;-T.--.?.; - :U 1' -,'.,:, :. (.'-,.; FAMILY GROCERY.. We are just no w In receipt of a. nice assort , , ment of Ranging from $4 to S25. 1 Lovers of MAPLE SUGAR AND MOLASSES , Will And some choice samnles at ourstore, at a very great decline in prices. We have a well assorted stock of Caused Goowa, such as ' . STRAWBERRIES, CHERRIES, RASP BERRIES, PINE APPLE. PEACH ES, PEAS, CORN, OUSTERS, . ( LOBSTERS,. tc, Ac. .-. ' ' ) ' ' Also. Extracts and Essences.- Our Phila delphia and Cincinnati Soaps are equal to those of any other manufact ere, and prob ably a little cheaper, We will sell , ; SUGAR; COFFEE, TEAS, And other staple articles of Groceries at a small advance on. ost. We have in store a large stock of - 1 ; - fl it " t ' '; 1 - '': ' . . Lime, Piaster Parte & Cecent, " 1 . - , i ; J.1'; 'i '' ' S ' i J Which we deliver l a any part "of ithe city, and at the depot or river, free of drayaee, and at as Iowa price as any house in the city. ........ Our Vincennes House Keeps us well supplied with Bran, Sh Meal, Potutoes, Eggs, Butter, Poultry, and other articles 01 . . . -, Country, . Produce. ,7 In fact, our facilities for ohtaihingCoOhtry Produce of all kinds are better than, those of almost any other House in the city. j We call the attention of famines to our nice Soda and Picnic Crackers, which are acknowledged by those who have tried them to be the best in the city. We are Agents for the best brands of EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. " VICKERY BROS., , aplltf . . , i No, IS? Main St. 33 Locust Street : 35 D. WEAVER & CO., LOCUST STREET, PROVISION STORE. Keep constantly on hand and for 19, ' all kinds of ' " ' ' ' GROCERIES. PROVISIONS . - ' li' VEGETABLES, Ac, C. Green, Dried and Canned Fruit, Sugar-Cur- ... , , . . ed Hams, Dried Beefj and, ij ,.( fact, a general supply ; - and variety of Groceries and Pro- visions. Call and examine our Stock ' and Prices, corner of Second and Locust ' " Sts., Evansville, Indiana. . ? Nos. 33 and S5 Locust Street. febl3-3m , , .. 3ff J J J f by marSO BUSHELS EXTRA SEED Oats, Just received and for sale J. C. DUSOUCHET 4 CO., No. 19 Water Strt.