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EVANSVILLE, INO. TUESDAY MORNING.. .Jl'LY S PEOPLE'S TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN Or ILLINOIS. "Thb People of these United States abb the rightful Masters ok iioth Congresses and Courts, not to Overthrow trs Constitution, but to Overthrow the Men whd Pervert the Constitution." j Abraham Lincoln. for vice president, HANNIBAL HAMLIN Or MAINE. I Love my Country more than I Love my Party.' Hannibal Hamlin. Presidential Electoral Ticket. Electors f r tke Stale at Large. WILLIAM CUM BACK, of Decatur. JOHN L. MANSFIELD, of Jefferson. District Electorn. 1st District Cyrus M. Alleu, of Knox. ;2d District John W. Kay, of Clarke. 3d District Morton C. Huuter, of Monroe. 4th District John II. Farrjuahar, of Franklin. , 6th District Nelson Trusler, of 'ayette. 6th District Reuben A. Riley, of Hancock. 7th District John Haona, of Putnam. 8th District Samuel H. Huff, of Tippecanoe. 9th District James N. Tyner, of Miami. 10th District Isaac Jenkinsou, of Allen. Ilth District David O. Daily, of Huntington. Opposition State Ticket. FOB GOVERNOR, HENRY S. LANE, of Montgomery. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, OLIVER P. MORTON, of Wayne. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM A. PEELLE, of Randolph. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, JONATHAN S. HARVEY, of Clarke. FOB AUDITOR OF STATE, ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAMES G. JONES, of Vanderburgh. FOB BEPORTER OF SUPREME COURT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion. FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT, JOHN PAUL JONES, of Lagrange. FOB SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, MILES J. FLETCHER, of Putnam. Communicated. Thr Grand Democratic Pow-wow In Boon v llle. Boonvii.le, Ind., June "28, 18T.0. Editor Journal. We had a rand De mocratic Rally in this place last night, a short account of which I propose to give you. Since the news of the " double-headed convention " reached here, there has been an "irrepressible conflict" going on be tween the two wings of the divided Demo cracy. Bitter and hard words have been spoken, and some ot the " harmonious" of your city have shown their hand in the con flict. The good-looking Wiilard of the Enquirer came up here on Tuesday last, on a mission to take in nil those refractory Buck Democrats who have been swearing all tin lime that they never will support Douglas. He and Mr. Dalrymple kindly waited upon the Hon. Judge Parrett, andproposed taking him in first, but the Judge modestly declined, stating that "he was ready to vote." Mr. Wiilard next approached Mr. S. P. Lowe, proprietor of the Warrick Democrut. Simon showed a very refractory disposition, and could not be induced by any soft or oily words to give in his adhesion to the Liltle Giant at first, but after a while, after $mil ing and billing and cooing together.Jthe con flict ended. The Enquirer man received the appoint ment of Prosecutor of the Common l'leas Court, which is now in session, from the Hon. Judge Moore for the present term. It is whispered round that he will be a can didate for the office. lie claims that "his business up here is only to prosecute the natives, and not that ot a missionary.'' Yesterday, Mr. Charles Denby arrived in town. He had been here but a short period till we saw the effects of his words. His words were like oil on the troubled waters. Judge Parrett at once gave in his adhesion to Douglas and said that he was ready to vote now. And in a little while a flaming placard was issued from the Warrick Demo crat office, and posted all over town, that a Democratic Rally would be held at the Court House that night, and that Hon. W. F. Parret and C. Denby, Esq., would ad dress the people. Fifty-five of the people did actually turn out, including Republi cans and boys, the Republicans and boys making at least one half that were there. Mr. Denby opened the campaign by a tame, milk-and-water speech of about fifteen minutes, in which he stigmatized the Re publican party as " Yankee Abolitionists," ad " Black Republican " fanatics. He conjured the Democracy not to dig their own grave and the grave of the Union (for the Democracy mean to dis solve the Union this time sure, and no wite take, if Old Abe is elected President.) He took his seat amidst tremendous cheering and applause from Messrs. Parrett aud Wii lard alone, no other person participating in the least. Judge Moore and Dalrymple sat apart to themselves " like sbeep before their shearers, for they opened not their mouths." Judge Parrett then took the stand amidst great applause from Wiilard aud Deuby, and proceeded to speak at some length on the necessity of " Harmony. ' He preferred the Breckinridge ticket a tiiousaud times before the Douglas, but for the good of the cause, for the sake of defeating Henry S. Lane, he was willing to make the great acrifice. He told the people that owing to his peculiar position he had intended to take no particular part in politics this year. Perhaps he might make one more speech, perhaps not, and would not now have taken part, but there appeared to be .some little disturbance in the harmony- of the party, and that he thought it his duty to exhort the party to be harmonious iu their action. Look at this whole Rally. What could be more ridiculous or mortifying to Douglas Democracy. Iu the first place, the call or placard was got out by Editor Frary, who has not yet given in his adhesion to Doug las, nor is it mentioned in the card that it is to be a Douglas rally. In the next place, the Douglas men were not participants iu the rally in any shape whatever, only as quiet and peaceable lookers-on. And again, both of the speakers have been the bitter and loud opponents of Douglas until a few hours before their speeches were made, and neither of them said a word in favor of Popular Sovereignty. All they urged was Union and harmony. How doyoulike the speeches, Douglas Dem ocrats? Where now is your Squatter Sovereignty-principle ? Why do you let your aemies supersede you and ignore your only distinctive principles? Do you submit tamely to your bitterest enemies to manage this (your) campaign, instead of yourselves. Are you to tie taken into the " healthy or ganization," instead of youtaking the Buck party tu. Ab, gentleaiei you aro sold, to gether with your leader, Mr. Douglas. Good enough for you. Von ought to have exercised the SquatterSovereipnty principle in this particular, of managing your own aff.iira in your own way, not subjecting yourselves to the Leeompton party. Warrick. Douulas. The following paragraphs are trom a leading article of "The World," the very able paper just established in the city of New York : The friends of Mr. Douglas must be very sanguine if they expect to see him Presi dent of the United States. His nomination will prove an empty honor which will scarcely mitigate the bitterness of a final re treat from public life at the close of his term in the Senate. When history shall render her final ver dict On the merits of Mr. Douglas as a states roan, she will no doubt lay on him the re sponsibility of wantonly re-opening a ques tion which had been cl..3ed by a solemn adjustment, to which both thegreat sections of the country had assented, aud in which they continued to acquiesce. Whether he laid sacrilegious hands on that compromise by the promptings of an unchastened am bition, with the purpose of conciliating the favor of the Sou'h, or really thought he was serving h:3 country, it cannot now be doubted that, both ns regards his political prospects and the public weal, the Kansas Nebraska bill was the greatest blunder of his life. The South, in whose behalf, and to gain whose support, he dared indig nation and odium such as no American statesman had ever before encountered, has since turned against him, and now hedges up the path of his ambition with an impass able barrier. The great mass of the people in his own section ot the country, notwith standing his manly resistance to the Le eompton constitution, affirm the justice of the fate which is pressing upon him. The Catholic population of the U. S. i about 3,500,000. The Cleveland Herald says " Locofoco ism, like the breachy colt, has finally ' strad dled the pole, split the whiffie-tree, and kicked dad in the bowels.' " Lou. Jour. Pkkntice says there is one pretry com mon sin which Roman Catholic Bishops and Priests are never guilty of and that's wife-poisoning. It is perlmps a question rather difficult to decide whether Douglas and Breckinridge have cut each other's throats, or whether each has cut his own. Lou. Jour. Thurlow Weed, of the Albany Evening Journal, seems to think the Republicans should get rid of Horace Greeley. We sup pose Horace will be Weeded out of the (tarty. Lau. Jour. Mit. Turpie is the Democratic candidate for the Lieutenant Governorship of Indi ana. The result of the election will show what amount of Turpitude there is in that State. Lou. Jour. Racy. A young lady uu Long Island, proposes to run a race ot one mile with any young man under i!4 rears of age if ho can catch her, he .in have her. Wonder if she is worth having 1 Tiik Louisville Journal inhumanly re commends the Deaiucralic papers to publish just now a few elaborate articles upon their favorite proposition, that the Democratic party is the only national party in the country. The Washington Constitution, speaking of the CovoJe Committee, says: "In all the testimony taken, there is not the shadow of an honest imputation upon the President or any member of his Cabinet. ' We agree with the organ for once. There wm no imputation of honesty. --Lou. Hem. Bv looking through certain kinds of glasses ui a targe oujeci, you can see it in miniature. Now look through the glass of the Baltimore Convention, and you will see an exact picture, within a reduced compass, of the Democratic party of the nation. Lou. Jour. Spilt Versus Split. " Abe and his rails," O worse than idie tale We Democrats can lay you on the shelf. Haul of a man who's only split a rail ! Uur good old party's gone and tnti itself I ! fikaj1" Mr. Ruchanan is free to pursue lii.-i own course for the renuiaut of his term. On its expiration he will return to Wheat land with something of the grateful emo tions of a bewildered traveller escaping from a nest of thieves to the shelter of his own roof. IV. V. Herald. He will rather go home witti the humilia ting emotions of a convict just released from a four years' term in the penitential y. The Albany Kvening Journal, in noticing the act of the Southern seceders, very truly remarks: "Seceders repudiated Mr. Van Buren for a single act of disobedience to the Slave Power. The Disunionists repudiated Doug las for demanding that the Constitution of Kansas should be submitted to the people. The madness of 1848 elected Gcu. Taylor that of 1850 will elect Lincoln. And with the Census of I860, the power of slave ry to make oar tnu the fortunes ot .States men, departs forever. BJ3jk,Iii order to facilitate the pre-payment of postage on letters addressed to for eign countries, and to avoid the necessity of affixing thereto a large number of stamp?, which would, in some instances, increase the weight so as to subject the letter to ad ditional po.stage, the Department has order ed the issuing of new stamps of the denioiu ination of twenty-four, thirty, aud ninety cents respectively. The twenty-four cent Stamps will be ready for distribution this week ; the thirty cent stamps soon after, and the ninety cent stamps as soon as they can be procured. Good fou an Old Democuat. We me yesterday with au old Democrat one who has done more for the party in Missouri than any man in it who is a Talleyrand in council, and a perfect Zouave in a rough and tumble political fight. We knew his hered itary Democracy aud we expected some sport ot him ; so we asked him about the health ot the party. "All right all sound, said He. " But wno is your candi date for President?" we inquired. "Breck inridge," laconically. "He isn't the ou!y candidate "we insisted. "No.no others are talked of, but Breckinridge is the ouly oue who will pet any electoral votes." So saving, hequielly walked away. No bit of egg-shell is sticking about the rump of this old Democrat. St. Louis A'eu1. What Ccshino Says of Lincoln. We were shown a letter by a friend of ours in Middleport lately, from a reliable source in New York, in which we find the following paragraph " In a conversation between Caleb Cash ing andCol. Parker, author of Htminiscencea of Boras Choate, Cushing said : 'A bra ban Lincoln is a much abler man than is gener ally supposed, even in his own party in his canvass with Douglas he beat hiui in argu ment, beat him in law, and be.it him in wit, and the published debates of that canvass will sustain this assertion.'" Lafjyette Courier. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. dm'm M.BS H.i.llS, tMJ'WJSfU. WfWr,, 2,008 llis shoulders, plain, 500 lbs Sides, just received and for sale at ELLIOTT'S FAMILY GI'.OCERY. mmOTICE It'll EE EE H ft AUEmL WW hart will attend to collections and other business daring mv ulsence at the Kast. junf.in-.'.t FRAN'cm AMORy. rji he t .nv9s.-iu ...t .. x- m. .- -SK fur sale low to close lot. S. K. GILBERT 4 CO., juiie.TO No. 4 Sycamore street. TTvVA'Jjf R. 50 It.l It it i: I. S t U.I It w Cider," ol shales quality , tor Pickles, etc. june:iO 8. E. GILBERT CO. apmiTw ok t tr u e e.vt i.-E.r, bids, in perfect order, j ust received per steamer K. H. Fairchild, lor sale bv jun. .:n S. E. GILBERT 4 CO n i it a white exjai. uu hecs ML tut sale by 9. JC. GILBERT 4 CO. jifv.-aoo h.ii.e mi u ens, uooai mH and sound, for sale by timeTB 8. K. GILBERT t- CO. M.I 1 l I Ot XXX. 25 POCKETS for sale by S. E. GILBERT r CO. A0.n.v. -3 0(1 O S, BJS" FO H S.i I. E to the trade at manufacturers' prices by JgneaO 8. E. GILBERT 4 CO. i,OTA!9 .ntt,M.S" COTTO.V Yarn and Caipet Chain. 200 hags all sizes of this favorite brand for sale by S. E. GILBERT 4 CO., june.'in Aleuts " Cypress Mills." mm E.np, .JiJ.v;,AJ,.M torTo.v M M Bedcords, iu dozens anil reels, for sale by juneSO S. E. GILBERT fc CO. WTMACMA.MII.30 MrnXM. 1 AlOXxlrY, JL each ' Mixed " and " Assorted.'" jaaeM 8. E. GILBERT 4 CO. P. S H ARPE & CO., DEALERS IN SEEDS A S L Agricultural Implements. No. ISO Main St., EV ANSVILLE, IND. mjlOH S.ICE.-JI ELjAmTo1mt OP m trum eight! to a hundred tons capacity. It is suitable for a lighter built all of pine lumber this Spring. For information call on Mr. A. SI.Ml'SuN, at the mouth of Pigcou Crk, west side. june3G-lw Immense Home and European Demand. PROFESSOR IVOOD'S Hair Restorative V'us introduced to the public early in 1893. IT is now Universally used throughout the civilized world. I IE TOUB IIAIIt IS C.KAV, I IK YOUR II A IK IS THIN', OR, IF YOU ARE I!.LD, : IT WILL RESTORE IT. IF YOU HAVE DANDRUFF, IF YOU HAVK 81 AI.D HEAD, IF YOU BAVK NKBVOV8 HEADACHX, IT WILL CUKE THEM. ; TO PRESERVE THE COLOR, : TO PREVENT ITS FALLING, ! TO MAKE THE HAIR GLOSSY, i USE WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. SOLD BY O. J. WOOD A CO., 114 M ARKET STREET, sr, LOUIS, MO.. PATENT MEDICINE DEALERS, ASD DRUGGISTS, IN CITY AND COUNTRY. O. J. WOOD Sc CO., ARE, ALSO, AC.KMTS FOIL II R. ty.fW' S CKI.KIIIUT El guo Balsam. june I2-3mdw ! MTEJti "' itiiRRtTw; is .hJia a a street, have just received a goc-d assortment i of the following description of Mioes, to-wit : Ladies' Lasting Boated Congress IKot, " " Gaiters, " l-'K " Kid ' boots, " and Coat Sp'g Heeled " " and M Buskins, ' " Slip's in great variety, Men's Kid, Calf and Lasting Congress Boots, Calf Scotch Boots, " and Goat Oxford Ties, " Gciat.Kn'il and Plush Pumps and Nullitiers, Fine French Calf Boots, Boy1 Calf, Goat and Enameled Scotch Boots, " " " Oxford Ties, Youth's Oxford Ties and Brogans, Scotch Boots. I Child's Heeled Enameled Ankle Ties, " Fancy Colored Ankle Tits, " Kid and Morocco " Copper Tip'il Boots every kind, j All i f which were m ule b; the best manufacturers ! East, and will be sold at very low prices, j june2 J. M. GLEICHMANN, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. mWJJS'FFJCTURER JJil WHOLE WfM sale Dealer in Pure Cider and Extra Family Vinegir. Orders from a distance will receive prompt attention, i N. B. This Vinegar has taken the premium at 1 the South-Western li.iliai.tt District Fair last Or j tober. Orders for Vinegar will be received at the Fartory or at H. Nelson Co. 's Auction Room on Msiu street. Sixth street, iear Fulton Avenue, Lamasro. june2f-dJtw HUNNELL'S i FORMERLY OF STEELE & BUNNELL,) Flooring ZLVtlllf-3, OORNKK OP WALNUT STREET AND THE CANAL, Ei AS Il.LK. IND. rtpillS JVM ESTJtUI.ISH.nXJT At. is now in full operation, with new ami com plete Machinery of the latest style, tor Planiug and : Dressing Lumlur, Planing and Grooving Flooring, making Doors and Sash Mouldings, Window ! Blinds, and every other description of work done in soch establishments. All work at Hose Mills warranted to be well done, and will Is- ottered at the lowest cash prices. Dry Poplar Flooring ami Weatherboarding con stantly on hand, anil w ill he sold taw cash. Brackets and Scrolls sawed to any pattern. Slitting and . all kinds of Saw ing done to order, an-l in the most approved style. jj-22 WM. HUXNELL. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, and Silver Ware. UEtSl. EH, H.I "IJYIJ JUST RE- jbT turned tiom ' the Fast, where he has p u r v h a s ed a beaaaifiil assort- j ment f line Watcli-i es, Chains, Jewelry,": Silver w a r e, and Chicks of every de- script ion, h' is pre pared to suit pur 1 chasers in every particular, and which he intends to sell at THE LOWEST EASTERN PRICES. He respectfully invites his friend and customers to examine his grsids and prices before purchasing clsewdiere. All goods sold are warranted to be as ' represented. N. B. Personal attention paid to i epairiog of fine Watches. Jewelry repaired at short notice. No. 8S Main st., opposite Court House. Evans ville, Iudiaua. apr3) P. L. GEISLER. Mm T-i TOE S I EE H- .11 ORB J left, choice kinds old Potatoes, for sale by CHAS. McJOHNSluN, innc2- Posey Bhick, Main street. j.. c?. ptjshee; WhoU'rialc Hiid retail dealer in TOYS AND NOTIONS, NO. 1 MAIS" STREET, 51 ;. cfv RE poujrtt f WW full stock of all the novelties of the day ior the Fall Trade and Holiday Presents, including Pianos, Melodeons, Violins, Harps, Accordeuns, Fifes, Flutes, Toy Drums, Guus, Dolls, Batls. Tea Sets, Tope, Marbles, Chessmen, Dominos, Fire Works, Gold Platud aud Gilt Jewelry, Ac. Coun try ami City Trade solicited by ootaa-ly A. C. PUSHKE. New Dry Goods Establishment. rwwx t'.Vl E R S Iti.S-E II , EJTX OP JtL the tirm of Roser Bros. & Co., legs leave to ; inform his friends and citizeus of Evansville and vicinity, that he has just returned from the East with, aud is now opening at the capacious store riKm, on First street, oue door south of Preston Bros , a splendid stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, consisting of everything from the lowest pr ice Muslin to the finest Silk am! Dress Gotwls the market affords. Having been long acquainted with the business, the undersigned is aware that the cash system is the only system which will succeed, Mad therefore only lis for cash. Prices will he in ' accordance. Therefore, all iu need of Dry Goods w ill call at the new store on First street, where you will iret the Worth .if your m.mey l(espectroll, I.. FRET. H for sa ii i: e MM. S. .,1 .lies, i leceivedand 1.I1AS. M. . ItN.'lTUK, f. 's block, Main street. v u r m c m. m a at the lowest price, at the ni.iil I' rmn o i i. c At. In reat variety New Drug Store of ft 027 K. 6. THOMPSON. MISCELLANEOUS. NEW FURNITURE STORE Qi jcst opened ey the TELL CITY FURNITURE CO. The largest snd finest assort nient of FURNI TURE AND CHAIRS of all kinds in the city, at WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, Ho. S Water St., next door to R. Rarnes, EVANSVILLE, IND. F. Basucraar, Aamt. Manufactory at Tell City, Ind. jiiDe25-Cui TTVUT MJKCM7M VJti. QW 4H) lbs SHxed and Plain Gum Packing, 500 lbs Cotton Rope from B-M to 1 inches, loOlbsGum " ' 'tolinch, U.0 lbs Gasket Eorad, .'M reels No. 1 Packing Yarn, ).j dez Guia Cutters, i) do. Lanterns from 40c toSi.OO, CO lbs Nos. 1. O, and Flour of Emery, 42 i i : - Skill" Oars. Manilla Rope all sizes, Twincn, Marliti, Spun Yarn , Sec. For sale wholesaleor retnil at j ine22 S1NZICII SON'S. A Z U M E A Bafcina Powder BRIC K E T T &. CO.. WAT Ell S2, SEAB LOCUST. Ml Azumea dow call attention to an article which, having theapproval of physicians and chsm istB tho have analyzed it, they can confidently jccominend, and warrant to be Pure and Wholesome, And free from all deleterious drugs. In regard to economy, the advautagesare many and great, viz.: Ah the nourishing properties of the flour are pre served ; time is saved ; any one who can mix flour and water, can in a few minutes make a good loaf; the bread is not liable to become dry, mouldy, nor sour; about half the usual juantity of butter aud eggs, will suffice for pastry, puddings, ttc. Families will find the Azumea du.-ii'aule for nearly all pur poses where flour, meal. Sc., is usd. Hotels, boats, and boarding houses, can b supplied at rates that will make it the most economical articlo now used. Sold by Grocers generally. N. B. As the Azumea contains no alum, it will not make dark or bad Hour tight. juue22-lyr JWarble: Marble: mmou" is wo pr ta.ve to it r 1 W LARGE AND SMALL MONUMENTS of all varieties and styles, MANTLES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Van-.-, Urus, ieal Btonws, &c.y which fur fjuntity, architectural beauty, and finish, aie not to be BUT piitiKed anywhere. My Wiiro-Koom woll Biipplied with the abuvo varieties, which I will sell at reduced prices to luakt rouiu tor my Kail shipments. MAKBLE DEALERS Will alway. find my supplies eqnal tu their de mands, and prices aatinfactory. Marble Hall Building, Kvautiville, Ind. juue2G-3mditw M. A. LAWKKNCK. MS Clear and Ribbed Sides, Plain and Canvassed Shoulders, ' M Hams. For sale in ijuautities to suit, and put up in ship ping order by GEO. FOSTER It CO., junelO Corner Locust street and Canal. rr sThalh iu 6i st .v.v STO h e la jitt for sale at low price bv BROWN A AIRMAN. junel9 JfMORN. M lt 'i bbls. Heavy ami Light Mess, oil half bbls I'ig Pork, 25 bbls Rump Pork, 108 kegs Choice Family Lard, For sale by GEO. FOSTER A CO., junel9 Corner Locust at. and Canal. tl CUR. ii II HUM. "PUAeJL VmJtMM for sale to close consignment by GEO. FOSTER A CO., junelO Corner Lx-ust st. and Canal. MM. O IU. 300 II. I It It E C S t. XT It. I MJ Flour in ttoie and for sale at low Brarea to close consignment, by BROWN A AIRMAN. jrmJ fo.v - .i t imomck lot r.u o.v MJm Hams. Shoulders, received per Railroad, in store and for sale by BROWN AIRMAN. f 1 I ITJ ItS ! CI IT.! Its . CICITm HS ! mR The most heatititul assortment of Guitars ever brought to this section of country have just arrived slid are for sale. Prices from 35, J7, 18, S9, tK', $1-', ill, S'20, $'l to 935, at HEALV ft WARREN'S, jnnelt Cor Main and First sts. "FOURTH OF JULY. jtl Jl & 8, MM Mi H f T M 0 -V S , Jt Badges, itr. Thoso of our citizens who intend celebrating the IT o xx r t lx A I'pmpriatfly, ran find lag of all MSM from 5x9 I&ehe to 8x2it feet. Head of Washington, Goddess of Liiierty, American Kagle, Signing the Declara tion off I ndenendenre. Shield, Ac., tfrc., to decorate tboir dwelling. iHyriMfil Iwm-, wngons, horset. pUattbrms, We respectfully solicit the comtuit eea on tlie celebration anl the public gen eially, t-M ull and examine, mid leave their orders. WM. R. 1IALLOCK A CO., No. 2 Marble Hall Buildiug, Main st . jnnelS-td Fine Arts. WJtf OW lain tings to be held at 10 o'clock, on the forenoon of July fth, at th Ktudio of F. Thyi seus, in the Hun-Ilejuu Gallery, No. Main st. The following is the lint of Paintings : No. 1. Mother and Child, 42x5J. An original Painting hy F. Thysneni. No. 2 Large Landscape, 63x42, with trees and goats in foreground. Original, No. 3. Village Dance, .'i.Hx'28. Original. No. 4. Winter Scene. From the famous Dutch master, Vuli Der Velde. No. 6. The Ruined Temple. Alter the distin guished Kngljsh artist, Wilon. No. . Resurrection of Lazarus. 30x54. Ue inhruiidt. A splendid painting. No. 7. " Popping the Question." 3ta4& inal. Alter Orig- Nt. 8. Nu. 9. Frneh Landscape. 27x34. Si -fiie on the Hudson. J"x34. . Scene on a Fishing Const. Sfttatl6. No. 10 No. 11 abov. No. 12. No. 13 Another Fisliing Scene inatM to toe Bnropn. A mythological subject. The Fortune feller. 16x12. No. 14. Laily PrnpariiiT for a Bath. No. l.V A siu;dl fuuiale head. No. IG. loitrait of a distinyruiahe-t citizen of Kvansvillo in pnetel. No. 17. Child head in pest el; No. 1. M Young Africa." No. I'J. Knglish Laudcape. No. 2v. Mate to the above. No. 21, 22, 2 24. Euravins Proed'-sheet of Cole's Voyage ot Life. Toe above are all highly tiui-died, aud most f them, haoddomulv framed. They will be open for examination at the Suu Beam Gallery, from the --'I of June up to the time of -ale. Terms, A!! suma below $25 cash. All above S2o, sixty days' time will he giveu for satisfactory notes, payable in bank. Ladies are invited tu be present U, NELSON a CO., juneDi Auctioneers. EnquirtTand Volkisbote copy. -m '1 tons of Brau, 1UJ btish Ear Corn, 25 bush Oats, In store and for pale hy june 111 VIOKEUYBROS., No. 82 Main st. FOURTH OF JULY NOTICE. mJ UXO, CRJETS, jMJS'AI PRO- JBl fessious who are oing to turn n.i on that day, are hereby notilied that we will furnish their respective committees w Ith necessary Summer Hats or Caps, principally STRAW HATS, at the lowest manufacturers' prices. No humbrg. VAUTIER t MARCONNIER, juneltl No. .19 Main street. 17 1. Jl R CV It X Ml C J S S X Ml Dried Beef. '2IKUI lbs for sale by jnne2 S. K. GILBERT Jt CO. niir.rbiDTEisrT6 rmMiE i -.1,'iie Ksic.y-E n u'ori.i M- resperttnlly inform his friends and fellow, citizens, that In has this day commenced business for himself at the well known stand of John M. Ap. I have just received a very nice and vvell selected stock or Ladies', Misses', Beys', aud Chil dren's Shoes ol every style and of the best quality. Hoping that by strict atteutiou to business and the rianutacuire ainl sale of a No. 1 article of Sh es and Hoots, I will merit the patrona-e of my new as well as old friends. Ladi-.'s' and Gents' Roots, G.titers and Shoes of all kit. Is made to srder in the neatest style and at the shortest notice. Give your old friend Mc. a trial. A. C. McDEVITT, No. fc3 Main street, Evansville, Ind. june!3-tf CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. mi O It P O H .i TWO Jr J0 TICK . W j r i c ni i- . : i il n :i m Order for Plank Side-walk. Council Chamber, June 23. I860. And now it is lierebv ordered and directed, by the Common Council of the City o I'm .. air I I.. t. , V. . . . f ..11 I n. ., ... u..c. , u,a, iuc u.un n v. uu v. of Lots fronting on or adjoining the north-weet side of Vine street, between Sixth and Seventh streets, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, and that t'ley cause a sitle-walk of Class No. 2 to be laid dowu thereon, within thirty days from the publication of this order. P. BURKE, Clerk. City Clerk's Office, June 28. 18B0. Order for Plank Side-Walk. Commou Council, Juue 16, 18VO. And now it is hereby ordered and directed, by the Common Council of the City ot Evansville, that the owners of all Lots or parts of Lots fronting on or adjoining the uorth-ea.-t side of Second street, from a point one hundred and fitty feet south-east of Gum Btreet to Cowan street, being the side-walks in front of subdivision 1, 2, 3, 4, ft. 6, 7, and S of out-lot No. 3 in the up per enlargement of said City, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, aud that they cause aside-walk of Class No. 2 to be laid down thereou, within thirty days from thf pub lication of thi order. P. BURKE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, June 28, ISfiO. mi ORPOHJTtojy .V O T I CJH. WS Order for Brick Side-Walk. June 2:i. 18U. Aud now it is hereby ordered aud directed, by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all Lots or parts of Lots fronting on or adjoining the outh-e?t side ot Third street, between Main and Locust streets, in said city, cause he side-walks thereon to be brought to th proper grade, and that they cause good stone curbing to be set and sidewalk of class No. 1 to be laid dowu thereon, within thirty days from the publication ot this order. P. BURKE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, June 28, I860. i OJtr O K.I T A O .V .V O TUX. Order for Brick Side-Walk. Council Chamber, j June 16, IStX). And now it is hereby ordered aud i j directed, by the Common Council id' the City of j Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts , of lots froiting on or adjoining the south east tide I of Ingle street, from Third street to Market street, in said City, cause the side-walks there- I on to be brought to the proper glade, and that i they cause a Sido-Walk of Class No. 1 to ho laid down thereon, within thirty days from the pub j lication of this order. P. BURKE, Cl'k. City Clerk's Office, June 2S. liMff. To R P O Ht TtO JY" JS ' O T A C X . 'Order tor Htnne Curbing. 1 'ouncil Chamber, j June 25, 18oO. And now it i hereby ordered and directed, hy the Common Council of the City of j Evansville, that the ov-nors of the north-east half ! of Lot Ne. 22t and the s,, nth-west one-third of Lot No 2'ftl in the Donation Enlargement of said ' city, cause good stone curbing to be set in Ironl ol the side-walks Of said Lots, within thirty days from the publication ot this order. P. BURKE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, June 28, 18fi0. fOTtCX TO CO.VTR.1CT01IS.- wW The t'onimon Council of the Ci:y of Lvaris ville will receive seated proposal! until July IfiOtb, 180", fur grading and tilling the alley opposite Lots Nos. 4, 5. lti and 17 iu Block No. i iu the Eastern I'ulargeinent of said City. Said alley lobe bro'jght to thk- proper grade as the same may be shown hy the City Surveyor. P. EURKE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, June 28th, 1888. iWWO Tt CB TO CO.TKJ CTO It S. ww The Common Council of the City of Evans ville will receive sealed proposals until July 5th, I860, for grading and tilling the alley iu Block No. 15, Stockwcll's Enlargement, being the alley nearest to anil parallel with Ingle street, and extending Ironi fifth to Sixth street ; and for grading and fill ing the alley iu Block No. 15, Storkwell's Enlarge ment, situated in the center of said Block, and run ning parallel with Fifth aud Sixth streets; and for excavating aud grading the alley in block No. 51, iu tho Eastern Enlargement, extending from Syca more to Vine street, and situated betweeu Seventh aud F.ic,hth streets ; said alleys to be brought to the proper rrade as the same may Is- shown by the City Surveyor. P. BURKE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, June II lKiiu. II. I It II OE E t( C.l CI Ji rio.w villo will meet as a Board of Eqnalitetioil at the City Couucil Chamler, on Friday, the 22d Iav of June, A. p., 1060, at o'clock a. m.. for the ur pose of equalizing aud correcting ns.essients on real and pernoual property, and will continue ii heHHiond from day to day until said assessments are nil equalized and corrected. All tax-payer nr requested te':allutid examine their respective m eHHiuuuts. WM. BAKKK, Mayir. Mayor's Office, June 14, IStiU. Fourth of July at Evansville rani tt: i wi c u sicse ii wxre m appidnted a committee to invite the cftfaens of the syrrouudiug counties of Indiana, Illinois, and Kentuckv, to attend a GRAND CELEBRATION Of the Working Men on the 4th of July, 18UII. Each Orall will represeut its peculiar tr-ide iu the procesr.iun, aud after a march through tle'citv, will proceed t.i a BKAUTlVUL viROVE above, where the Dedatalioa of Independence will ne read, and an oration delivered, after which a SUMPTUOUS DINNER wili be offered to all. Everything free, and all are invited. Ample ar rangements are made to feast VHftM persons. ,i. s. .Mccracken, i W. H. K I. I SM A N !'. DECKER, S Committei ( II. KRATZ, jllllel'J The Economist. r mill is sto fx ii.i s tjkejv tmix m first premiums at every Fair where it has been exhibited. At the South-Western Indiana j District Fair, held here October. 18r'J, there were I but two premiums offered for cooking stores oue for I the best wood coekingstove.and one for tin' beat coal j cooking stove. The Economist tis.k the FIRST ; PREMIl'M FOR THE BEST (HIKING STOVE I FOR WOOD. Ris lker. Kinsman A Co took the tlrst premium for their cooking stove for coal. No other ; premiums were ottered. The large silver medal was awirded to Hie Economist at the New York i'tate Fair; ami the first premium at the United States : Fair held at Chicago, and twelve other St:ite and i County Fairs in 1S5. In no branch of mechanical art has there I buen a more apparent advance than in toe mini. ' ufneture of Btovts. It is but a few years since the very name was a novelty, representing a huge, shapeless structure, almost as devoid of ' use as ornament, Theee have gradually given place ' to pattern. grace aud utility; until the varieties j our marfcjtjn now present have almost exhausted 1 i the vocabulary ol names ; and the diflercut phases 1 the metal is made to assume, would astonish old Vulcan himself. Iu style and finish, the improve ment has been reel, leaving nothing to be desired on that point, but the severe competition in price, j to which they have 'eeu subjected, has deprived I them of many of iiio!e substantial qualities ; desirable. This s,,.1 moreeepi-ciaily to have been ; the case in refersy,- to cook stoves an article of domestic economy 3aal has more to do with scolding wives aiid crotchety servants than most people im agine. The public have loug sought an Improve ment in this article, and we believe are ready to pay . any reasonable price for a cooking stove, if it only possesses the merits of sire, might, convenience, durabilit', economy , and perlccliou of maniitacttir . : These qualities seem to be possessed most fully in the Econ .mist a new stove, perfected aud brought out the past season, by Messrs. Treadwell, Perry ; 4 Norton, of Albaoy. We beard so much of this J , stove, and it looked so much like a stove iutended ; tor mv, that we concluded to try t,hem, and the I result of the experiment convinces us that the ; proprietors, in their determination to make the bert I in the world, have succeded. We regard the i Economist us possessing alt the merits above cuu- , : inoratcd as the great stove of the day far iu ad- ' j vance of anything ever attempted iu tho line ol j stoves, perfect in all its appointments, and true to its name iu durability aud the use of fuel. Among: I the liittuy conveniences attached to it, may be meu , tioued a large oven, with hooks arranged, for sus ( pending meats while roasting. A copper water ' tank, holding from 1- to gallons warming I closet, broiling hearth, d-c., Ac. The broiling 1 ' hearth is one of the most noticeable features of this ; remarkable stove. There never has beeu, to our ' knowledge, auy broiling ftxtora that was really sat i isfactory iu its operation. The proprietors of this ' stove have beeu conducting a series of exjieriments j upou broiling, eliciting some valuable facts, and re : suiting in the invention of a gridiron adapted to I ! this stove, which has been secured by letters patent, i and is one of the most admirable things of the kind ' I we ever saw broiling without siuokc, aud keeping the coals in a colistuut glow. We ale always Klad ' ' to do justice to mechauitil im j rovemeuts, and es- 1 i pecially such as contribute so largely to the geuoral ' 'i good, as the one above mentioned. ' The Economist, whii h is commandtHgsuchalarge , sale, will be found only at SCANTLIN it 8T- , ! PHENS'S, Main St., between Water and First, I ; Evan.villc, Im: martj I Ii OOI9 S H M HT i IS Jhl I 9 I i: MZ 19 J M ifoop reduced Skirt a nrieoK- of all sizes and kinds, at milch -cheeper than ever, received at SCH APR 1.1; .It IH'S.MNG'S, mat'21 No. 49 Main street Closing Out. WMttE .4 It E SE I. Cl.Vil Jt T RX- Ww dnced prices our stock of CARPET OIL CLOTHS, DRUGGETS, MATTING, DAMASKS, DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, HOSIKRV, U LOVES, MUSLINS, SHEETINGS, CALICOES. CAsSlMEKLS, CLOTHS, Casinets, Cottonades. Anything we have Iu the Dry Goods line we will sell low tor CASH, as it is oar full determiuath n to change business. june4-omd JAS. OAKLt 1 Sc SON. MISCELLANEOUS. mtHKJI P. I m ' CHKJPIitt. CIIKJPMMIT. ' m y wishino- to make room for the comine Fall , ,.v ....n'd.hrmimul to sell the balance of our 1 Summer Goods at such a reduced Brice, that no one I . . - . .. . . . at 1 i- - .. ; Bnom misstlu DeSl OpiKiTLUU 1 IJ Olicreu lot iiiauj dav. to eet a reallv cheap Hat or Cap. VAUTIER it MARCONNIER, jnne18 No. ;S9 Main street. ROGERS' CITRATE OF MAGNESIA-, IN P O W D E R. rmnnn best j ctx r.i ti ijs -AY the world for Oaoling the Blood, Sick Head ache, Bilious Affections, Sickness at the Stomach, and all complaints incident to the Spring and Sum mer seasons. It affords iminedi-ate relief after eating or drinking too fieely superior to Saratoga Water M a cooling drink, and one bottle is equal to three (in its medicinal properties) of the Liquid Citrate of Magnesia. Skllino BcrtOU Milmos op Rot HH 8MB AUVUIT. For sale by all Drnggists Wholesale by B. L. Fahnestock & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., atid at the Manufactory, No. 193 Spring street, New York City. janeS-Smd f t It I. C K C T I O JS- V TICX TUX heirs aud legatees of the estate of Horace Dunham, decead, having reques ed a speedy set tlement of snid estate, the undersigned Executors hereby notify all poisons who owe that estate to make prompt pavmeut. MARCUS SHERWOOD, 1 r... ...... M.J. BRAY, ) Executors. June !t, 1800. - lUllfell-Swd Enquirer copy. TRS. HMi'St,0 SOOTHI.yUJ jyrup at THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE. JE sal f lrfTJ.Y C O R It jf I.. T Ml X beat Medicine known for Diarrhoea, roi sale at THOMPSON'S New Drue; More. " V I IS R O Tmch s r r o .v to ii. : THOMPSON'S Druir Ston G.PJJ,MI,vej's til. IE At TTIREJX'CH, THOMPSON'S Drag Store. fi Efl.lt J.V, XJ UI. MS II, AS. ami Am ricaa Chemicals, at pine'. THOMPSON'.- Drug Store. K WM E S Cm R.fl tJVtm TI fX. for crying babies, at TUOH PSON'S Dru- Store. juue'.l "rtntni.E i tOtlIIS, v; u - .ii M. fresh, jUllell Just u ccived at THOMPSON'S Drag Wmkua s Jjvti . h ; ft i.s'E t just MP re ,-ive i a large tot k for the Sumnier. a t june'i THOM PflOW'U Plug Hture. TRJttlRE EE.nO.V Si-Rl7A'.r,0 HXS. M 1 due each, for sale lv june-2 S". E. GILBERT A Co LADIES AND GENTS : rgMi K WOdtLtrs tiR MS HTiLt. -M. open at Nu. s Second stieet room for a few more. Oont and look no trouble t show those cosy little d)Ve end tan colored Uai-en.. Give u a call, and I know you will buy. 0!ve Kid, French K id and Morocco Polkn Boots, of the mot oxquinite Mylerf ever oflered iu this market. Jlisnea1 and Children's Gaiters id" ever)' shade and color; Kio nu ! Morocco of every otyle, with and without heels ; Cupper tipped of various kind, ol the im proved patent. Gents' fine Patent Leather and Calf Boot me le to okieu of the beet imported stock we have had for yeara. Glove Kid, l'at-ut Le.tther, Calf and Morocco Congress Gaiters excehdor, la mode. Made by the moat fashionable and beat workmen to be fouud our Eastern cities not excepted. Kriendd, come uu itlfgnrrt. ive ua a trial. JOUN U ASCII, n txrlil So. 8 Second t., Kvansville, Ind. A CARPTS!! V4 Also, Lace Goods, Damasks, Pink Bobinet Bars, And an MINGS i assortment of ver bruiiKht to the finest the City. Pi.KSS TK1M- J. S. HOPKINS, On First Street. aprf.-dtf Babcock & Co HARDWARE DEALERS, HAVE REMOVED TO COR. MAIN & WATER STS.. AND NOW OFFER FOB SALIC A Laie and well Assorted Slock OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE AND (HITLER Y. WHICH, FOU EXTENT AND VARIETY, IS UNSURPASSED! CITY & COUNTRY TRADE SCI' PC IE II OJV THE .fit ST FAVORABLE TERMS. B AB C 0CK & CO., Cor. Main & Water sts. Fresla Arrival . ; Sfi H.Il'E JCST REI KI CE il J WW large variety of fashionable unit beautiful Lace Mantles, Lace Shawls, Lace Points, Lace Veils, White Crape Shawls, btella bhawls, , . lgrured and iriam Ueraaes. ! iingiisn and Urape Uerages, Silk Challis, Travelling Dress Goods, Plain and Fancy Silks, Silk Umbrellas, Recherche Parasols, a h S O , Large Stocl of Hats and Caps, Together with a craplete and varied assortment of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, all of whioh we will sell at uniformly reasonable prices. DUNCAN & COOKE, may 19 No. 5 Main street. INSURANCE. ii o m as INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK OFFICE, 112 A 114 BROADWAY. Cash Capital, $1,000,000 Assets, 1st Jan. 18(iO, $1,45 8,396.! 8 Having complied with the law of Indiana, by filing iu the State Auditor's office a Statement of it Condition the first of January, 18fi), and receiving certificates of authority to transact Insurance busi ness in the State, Allen C. Mullock Is the dnlv au thorized agent for this City, lutviug tiled hisauthor I ity In the County Clerk's office. I The Home Insurance Company insures against i loss or damage by Fire and the dimmers of Inland ! Navigation and transportation, on terms as favor I able as the nature of the risks and t he real security I ol the insured and of the Company will warrant. Losses eooltabi udinst -d aud promptly paid. CHARLES J. MAltTlN. l'r.sideiit. A. K. W 1LMAHTII, Vice-President. I J. Milton Smith. Sec retary. ; Jons McGee, Ass't Sec'rv. 1I KECTOP.S ! Wm. : Lambert, Firm of A A A. Lawrence C'e. George C. Collin., Firm o Sherman, tolliLs & Co. i Iianford N. Barney. Firm of Wells, Fargo A Co. Lucius Hopkius, I'i s't liii.ni lers' i Traders' Rank. , Thomas Messenger, Vi m of T. A- 11. Messenger. Wm. 11. Mellcn, Firm DfOwfiin, Mellen 4t Co. Charles J. 3i.il tin, l're.-i lt-nt. A. F. Wilmarth, Vic. -I'resi.lent i Chas. K. Hatch, Firm ..I C. It I , H. Wats.. ii Hull, Firm of Hi: . h f Co tterriek A Bull. ai r Co. iff Barney, Humph Homer Morgat, Levi 1. Stone, FicHj ol' St. me, s J Il.unpliiev, Late ot the tirm rev J- llutler. George Tierce, Firm of George P;arce A Co. . Ward A. Work, Firm of W. A. Work st Son. f ,1a-. Low, Firm of J. Low A Co., Louisville. ' 1. II. Fiothingiiain, Late of the firm of I. 11. Froth iuejiani A" Ua. j Charies A. Bulkey, Kirin of r.ulkey A Co. ' tTeph-ts II. Norton, Firm of Norton A Jewell. 1 Roe Lockwood, Firm of K. Lock wood A Sou. The. -d. ire UlcNaniee, Luteni the firm of lloweii Naun'e A to. ' Kiehard Bigehnv, Firm .,f Doaa, Kiaa .t C. Mc- of j st. Loads. Geo'. 1. M.orgat, Finn o! F. I). Morgin A Co. i Oliver K. Wwnl, Firm ol Wiilard, Wood rf- C'e. , A s. ll.u iies, Firm ot A.S Barnes A Hun . j tieorae Hiis-. Firm ,f I'lo lps. Bliss st On. I A. T ihsiehl, Firm of Tt -.m -bridge, Dwiglit Co. Curtis No'de, Let id the firm ot Con I .4 Noble, i I,. P. Morton, Firm of Morion, Crimed ,t Co .1. It llntebliMHra, Finn of J I". Howe I !o , Hoston. lots I'. Ilalduin. Firm of BaMwin, Htarr4 Co. . Jidiu U. N.-iviii, Firm ol liehtoa A Co. U. A. Horlbat, l inn ol swift, Hflrlbut . Co Jesse II i. Firm of Jeere 11 t A Co. Wm. Sturgu, Firm ol aattis, Shaw A- Co. John 11. r'urd, Finn or FoVd Re liber Oo. Sidney rda-on, Lale of linn of Mason ii- Thompson. Geo. T, Stedui-iii, 1'ii in of -sie'luiiin, Carlisle A Slianv, id' Citiciuuati. Cyrus Vide, Jr., Firm of Cyrun Yale Jr., A Co., of New i Mrleens. Win K. fosdirk. Firm ..I Wm. R A t' 11. F.dlrk. 'lavi.l I. Royd, Firm ot Boyd Brothers A Co., of Albany, S. Y. F. H. Cos-it, Firm of Cossitt, Hill A Tiilmadge, of Memphis. Lewis Roberts, Firm of I,. Itobet ts A Co. A. 11. Cald .veil, Film of BsaWeT A Caldwell. Applications m ole to A C. HALUII'K ASON, Ag'ts, Marble Hull Ruilding, Main street, niuv."-2iu Kvansville. Ind. Hartford Fire Jnsiirance Co,, J.l.-'l .1 It i- 1st, I860. ASSKTS. Cash in haalaod in Rank, .:.. il (.'ash in handsel' Agents, and in course of transmission, c.2.090 Cash loan, don call :iO,(IO.(H) tl.ll,l29 W 7u,2-2d M 15.000.1K 260,352 200,225.00 107,5(5.5.00 40,300.00 10,750.00 36,500.00 5H,C25.00 2,140.00 Rills receivable for loans, amply secured Real F.state, unincumbered, (cash val.) 2409 Shares Hank Stock in llartlord. Market Value riX) Shares Rank stock in New-York, Market Value 90O Shares Hank Stock in Roston, Mar ket Value 4CKI Shares Rank Stock iu St Louis, Market Value 240 Shares Rank stock. Kail Koud.and other Stock, Market Value Hartford City Roods, 15 per cent., Mar ket Value Sture Stocks, (Tennessee, Ohio, Mich igan, Missouri,) 0 per cent., Market Value ' 20 Shares State Rank Wisconsin, Mur ket Value Total Assets Tctal Liabilities... g!3r,,70!.69 6u,930.S5 OFFICEOF AUDITOR OF STATE, INDIANA, 1 Indianapolis, Feb. 13, 1800. I To the Pnon.F of 1 n ni an a : The Hartford Fire Insurance Company hnving complied with the law of Indiana, by hlimc in this Office a Statement of its i i. Million on the first day i f January, 185' and having invited an examination of its ufTairs by this Dciiariiiient, I, John W. Dodd, Auditor of the State of Indiana, hereby certify th tt I have made per sonal and thorough ezamlnatierj of the books aud assets of the Company, at their Oflice in the City of Hartford, Conn., and that the Company own and have iu their possession iu cash, and in securities convertible at pleasure, nearly One Million of Dol lars, applicable to the pat ment of losses au amount correspsjadiasj with their official State ment of January last. The Hartford Fire Insu rance Company has been in existence for half a century. The high elinracter of its officers for ex perience and probity the promptness and fidelity with which it has met all its engagements justly entitles it to the highest rank among the Insurance ContMfcjIes of the country, mid commends It to the patronage of the people of Indiana. JOHN W. DODD, Auditor of State. Insurance against Loss or Damage by Fire, on Dwellings. Furniture, Stores, Warehouses, Mer chandise, Mills, Manufactories, and other kinds of property, can be effected tn this Company upon as tavorablc teims as the nature of the risks and secu rity to Rolicy holders will admit. PA RTICTJ LAK ATTKNTION given to insuring Fi i ni property, consisting of Dwellings, Hams, and outbuildings connected, and Furniture, Live Stock, Hay, Grain, Farm lug ut&nsTts, Jtc., Ac., contained there iu, for a term of yonrs at LOW rates of pre miitm. Applications for insurance may Is' made to the undersigned, the dulv authorised Agents of the Company. A. C. HALLOCK r SON, Ag'ts. Orrtca: Marble Hall Ruildlug, Main street. mnvr-m ATE.VT L : V E H TRESS AND SUPPORTER. rMMIESE .E W J.V l.lICI - M Rule instruments are offered as entirely new iu action and principle. Having a combined i irarif aud vptrttr.l motion, they retain Rupture with one-halj lexs pressure than others. Avoid the instrument with a rigid spring. They will injure the back and cord, and from their con tlamt nd pjfeW pressuruare troublesome. White's will produce RADICAL CURE if properly used. Call cn vonr Druggist or send for a Pamphlet free to all. Address HaRNKS A PARK, Sew York. .1. D. PARK, Cincinnati. june7-:;uidAw Or KELLER A WHITE. Good luck Needed for Young Beginners. THE FIRM OF MILLER & NlEHAUS STILL. AHEAD. KRMIIS EIR.n IMS JUST RECEIf- Jm. ed a bran-new stock of Dry Goods, consisting of a great many articles in their line, too numerous to mime, which are now open for inspection, and will certainlv be sold cheap for cash at their store, 4.S Main street. MILLER & NlEHAUS. 11. MEUAUS. l.e IS BECKUAN. FIRM OF MEHAl'S dt BECKMaN. NEW STOVE AND TIN STORE. O C X S.I I. E .I.VI RX TJttli WW dealers aui Manufacturers of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron Wares, No. S, Water street, between Main aud Locust, Evansville, Ind. The undersigned have constantly ou hand a full assortment of Stoves of every variety and pattern, at the lowest prices, aud beg leave to iuforai their friends and the public generally, that they have the best and neatest assortment of Tin Ware ever o:ti-re He red, and have constantly on haud a lull assort- u,n 01 gKii oana, w., Those nersous wishing work iu thelrline are re- ! spoclfullv requested to give them acall before pur ; chasing elsewhere, as or prompt attention to tui ir , business and a thorough knowledge of their trade, ' they hone to give general satislactitm. N1BHAI S A BECKMAN. COPPER ANU JOB WORK, Steai,ilM,ar, Distillery, and Brewery Work; Steam ' Pipes. Soda Fountains, Pumps, and-general Copper ! stuithin g and Sheet Iron Work, made and repaired, Metal Roofing, Guttering, Ac. WarX iparrated to give perfect sully 'action, at tke loioest ff ictf. mar7-4md i e a Ii i i c .i.s-i hue ci.nc, CE- Ww ment. Plaster Paris, White Sand, White Shells, u-nd Plastering Hair, for sale by GEO. FOSTER 00., jnne!9 Corner Locust st. and Canal.