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SATURDAY MORNING JULT i& PEOPLE'S TICKET. FOB PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN j or lLi.iaoid. 86" The People of these United States ahe the rightful Masters of both j Congresses and Courts, not to Overthrow j TH2 Constitution, but to Overthrow thi:" Mes tthj Pervert the Conhtitutton." Abraham Lincoln. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN Or MAITft. tSST" "I Love sir Country more than I j Love my Party." Hannibal Hamlin. Presidential Electoral Ticket. Elector f r He fsVta at Large. WILLIAM CUM BACK, of Decatur. JOHN L. MANSFIELD), of Jefferson. Jjulrict F.ltcturs. 1st DlrtTlct Cyrus M. Alleu, of Knox. td P'strlct John W. Ray, ot Clarke. 3d District Morton C. Hunter, of Monroe. ttb District John H. Varquahar, of Tinllln Stb Districts Nelson Tiusltili of ayette. it District Rculn A. Riley, of Hancock. Trh District John HaoDa, of Putnam. 3th ; : i ' A. lit;: of Tippecanue 9tli District James N. Tjner, of Miami. 10th District Isaac Jenkinson, of Allen. 11th District David O. Daily, of Huntington FOR CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT, X.. Q. DeBRtJLER, OF SPENCER COUNTY. Opposition State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, HENRY S. LANE, of Montgomery. FOB LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, OLIVER P. MORTON, of Wayne. FOR 8ECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM A. PEELLE, of Randolph. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, JONATHAN S. HARVEY, of Clarke. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAMES li. JONES, of Vanderburgh. FOR REPORTER OF SUPREME COURT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion. FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COUHT, JOHN PAUL JONES, of Lagrange FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, MILES J. FLETCHER, of Putnam. Cold Comfobt. The Enquirer consoles itself with the thought that there were not more than 1500 or 2000 people present at C. M. Clay's speech on Wednesday night, and that the editors think it wa3 not the largest political gathering ever in this city. Also that a large part of the crowd were ladies, and that many persons went to $e Mr. Clay, not to hear him. This is all very poor consolation lor the Enquirer and its friends. In regard to the number present, there were as many as could crowd sufficiently near to hear the orator. That is enough forull useful purposes. The ladies, although they can't vote, influence votes ; and we no ticed in runny a flashing eye amongst them the light of admiration for the brave sol dier who has suffered for his country, the gallant gentleman, and the intrepid vindi cator of free speech in the midst of impend ing and deadly perils. The ladies lovesuch qualities, and no partizau and groundless cry of "Abolitionist" will lessen their ad miration for the gifted orator who address ed them. Consider the ladies for Cassius If. Clay. As to those persons who went to see ind not to hear Mr. C, we noticed that very tew left before his speech was conclud ed not even the member of the two Dem ocratic factions, ana those pretended Bell and Everett Ipnders, but real Douglas stool pigeons Hike the Guerrailla Editor of the Enquirer), to a'! of whom r.!. Clay's words were like red-hot coals. Meeting lia Union Township. There was a Republican meeting at Cat lett's School House, Union Tow nship, near ly opposite Henderson, Ky., on Thurs day evening. The Lincoln and Hamliu Glee Club went down : also several other citizens of this place. When tbey Arrived on the ground they found over fifty of tbs voters of the township waiting. The school-house wa? full, aud a number of rjercons were gatberr d outside. Aboot nine o'clock the exercises wore commenced by the singing of an inspiring song, which stirrf.l up the fire? of political feeling that ued to burn so brightly when Union Township gained the banner for giv ing the mrgest Whig vote of any township in Vanderburgh County. After the song, Jamesi G. JiSnfs, Esq., of this city entertained the audience for over an hour with a speech replete with convin cing argument and entertaining anecdote. The speech cannot fail of having a saluta ry effect upon those pr.-sent. The old Whigs who hive always opposed Sham Democracy were convinced that the best way now to make their votes count is to vote for Lin coln and Hauilin, the only candidate with "whom the double-headed Gorgon of Demo cracy can bo exterminated. Those honest, well meaning Democrats who mean to do right, but have been deceived :tnd lietrayed by their designing leaders, had their eyes opened, and we warrant that some of them will be turned from the error of their ways by the words apotceo on the occasion we write about. Blythe Hynts, Ki., waa present and in tended to speak, but the lateness of the hour prevented. Mr. Jones and Mr. Hyues were both warm Fillmore men in 1350, and those ot the au dience who fought by their side at thai time knew that they would noi now be ad vocating the claims of Lincoln if they were not ture that he .-tnds on the good old Whig ground in regard to the nou-exlen-sion of slavery and other issues. The meeting was closed about half-p:tst (en o'clock, by another song from the Glee Club. On their way home, the Glee Club made the woods ring with Republican music somethicg nsvr down there, but destined to become as familiar as the rippling of the waters of the lovely Ohio. B5The Enquirer copies an article from the Cababa (Ala.) Slave-holder, showing that Douglas is regarded there as an Aboli tion candidate. It comes with much grace from that party, to call Lincoln men " Ab olitionists," doesn't it ? We ask the Doug lasites, how about that cry of sectionalism against the Republicans? Why don't you howl it as you did in 1856 ? Let U3 hear how it will sound now. Lincoln said to Douglas in 1858 Whatever may be the result of this ephemeral contest between Judge Douglas and myself, I see the day rapidly approach ing when his pill of sectionalism, which he has been thrusting down the throats of Re publicans for years past, will be crowded down his own throat." Prophetic words ! Where Mr. Bnchanau stands. The Detroit Free Fret is now and lias been since 1857 a violent Douglas sheet. Immediately after Mr. Buchanan's election in 185G, that paper thu.s ?ppculatel on tho ; course he would pursue : 'His Administration will not be for the South as against the North, nor for the North as against the South If there be men in the South who hare schemes for the inten sion of slavery by virtue of the new angled doctrine that the Constitution carries slavery into all the territories of the Union, they will find in Mr. Buchanan no sympathizer. He ' does not believe in the dortrin'. He contemns ; tt.'' Don t Democratic papers make admirable prophets? Let the people bear in mind that they are turned prophets again. Stay The editors of the Enquirer say they don t know anything about a Demo cratic meeting being held in a certain office on Third street. We hope the party is not " filing things up " without posting "the organ.'' Although one ot the Enquirer editors may have been ruled off a certain committee, as reported, we do not think it fair for the Court House Clique to be hold ing meetings and getting out candidates without consulting the managers of uthe organ." It mightprodtice discord if persist ed in. Already there is considerable wheez ing and squeaking to be heard. Club Meeting luSpeucer Coual). At r meeting of the Republicans of Luce township, Spencer county, Ind., held nt Eureka, July 21st, 1860, for the purpose of forming a Republican Club, S. N. Barnett was called to the chair, and Simon Miller, appointed Secretly. A motion to apnoint a committee to draft resolutions wu carried, nod the chair ap pointed John Scatnmahorn, John I . Gard ner, John Linegar, Ilichard Walters, and Robert Crowder said committee, nrbe re ported the following resolutions : Resolved, That we, the Republicans of Luce township, form an organization, to be styled "The Luce township Republican Club," for the purpose of advancing the cause of Republicanism. Resulted, That the chair appoint a com mittee of three, whose duty it shall be to procure "Republicau tracts." and dis tribute the same throughout the townihip during the present campaign. Resolved, That we, the Republicans of Luce township, heartily indorse the nomi nations of Abraham Lincoln of Illinois, and Hannibal Hamlin of Maine, by the Nation al Republican Convention at Chicago, for the offices of President and Vice President of the United States, and pledge ourselves to their hearty support. Resolved, That the doctrines and princi ples laid down in the platform, and adopted hy the National Republican Convention at Chicago, fully meet our approbation. Resolved, That we will use all honorable means to .secure the success of the Repub lican State and county tickets. Rescind, That the Club meet every other Saturday at 4 o'clock p. m. to transact the business of the Club. All of which were unanimously adopted. The Chair appointed J. O. Gardener, Lewis W. Berer, and J. S. Waters a com mittee on document?. The following permanent office!.- were elected, viz : . President, JAS. M. KERR Vice Presidint A. H. Mees..-, Secretary. L. V. Bobkr. Treasurer, 3. S. Watebs. On Motion the Club adjourned to meet at Milan's School-house on Saturday, August 4th, 1R60. N. N. BARNETT, Pies'. Stxo.v Mill Kit, Sec'u. Coiiripoudence of the Journal. Indianapolis. Julv 25, 1860. Editors Journal: Your people have douhtiess had their laugh, as ours have, abundantly, at the great and wonderful dis appointment our Democratic friends sustain ed a week ago. You doubtless saw the SentitifT s tool statement of " 20,000 Demo crats in Council," when in fact the proces sion was leis than a square and a half 'ong ; and you have perhaps noticed, too, what abundant capital Goodwin of the American makes of it, as material for fun. Berry Suigrove hit it exactlv when he called it. in his leader of the following day, a por tentous fizzle, ' and Foudray, our Ex-Sheriff, was not far wroug when lie called it " u great mortification meeting." But apart from all badinage, perhaps the bad luck of the Democrats in getting up a ratification meeting, ought to be suggesiivt U the Republicans. May it not be true tlmt the people, in their sober thought, whether second or first, are forming their opinions, and arriving at their conclusions, with less aid than formerly from the machinery of Conventions aud ratification meetings, and speeches ot demagogues ? And if so, is there any true citizen, of :tuy party, wbo will regret it ? The capital is thriving this seatou in a steady, quiet way, but one that indictates actual and substantial growth. The new owners of the Canal are furnishing as tine water power as could be desired, and enough of it, so far K3 the present writer can judge, to turn all the wheels in Lowell. Indiana polis gracefully yields the palm to Evans ville iu all matters pertaining to commerce, but means to maintain a generous rivalrv with her in manufactures. The Public Schools closed a term of five months, on the 6th inst., winch exhausted the public funds, and leaves the eight com modious bouses, with accommodations for some 1 700 scholars barred up, for another indefinite period, to goon their way to de- : ray, idle and empty. The examinations at t ie close of the recent term were highly satisfactory, and showed valuable results, especially m view of tho fact that they had been disbanded for three years. With on ly one or two exc eptions, the corps of teach ers employed, proved themselves highly ef ficient and faithful. Our City Council, who, by the wuy, are much more zealous for the material than the intellectual progress of the city, have voted the Lee & Lavued Steam Fire Engine, a dis appointment, and have taken the initiative toward purchasing one of the Latta make. We don't intend to burn up berious'.y, if we can help it. You have heard of the death of that Ne:: tor of editors, the venerable old Gales, senior editor of the National Intelligencer. Perhaps the demise ot no one of your numerous ind highly respectable fraternity, would create a more profound sensation of regret through the length and breadth of the land. Few of you perhaps can hope to reach so goodly au age, and fewer still to gain so honored a place in the estimation of the wise and conservative of j our genera tion. But at any rate his example is before you all, and those of you who select such men to be your models, and follow their ex ample with iuilustry and perseverance, will reap your reward, even if you do not equal your prototypes. I notice the local of our Journal surmises that the Intelligencer will now materially change it." character, or pos sibly go out altogether. If it can be im proved, let it be, but I trust the day is far distant when the latter suppostiou will be verified. CertaiDly there must be, in Wash ington or elsewhere, some worthy man to receive the mantle of the departed veteran, and to perpetuate his influence and useful ness Yours, Scribe. -still the- Come. Hon. John S. Davis of New Albany in announcing himself as an independent can didate for Congress in tbe second Con gressional District, publishes the following exposition of his views on the Presidential question. Mr. Davis is an old Whig, and his opinions are certainly entitled to some credit among the Fillmore men in that sec tion : A3 we are on the eve of a Presidential election, the first inquiry, naturally is, in relation to my Presidential preferences. On this subject, as well as on all others, 1 have no concealment at all. I prefer Co). Bell of Tennessee ; and if my vote would elect him, I would cheerfully give it, and feel that in doing so, I was in the performance of a patrotic duty. Col. Bell is a Whig, and is at once, one of the purest men, and most enlightened statesmen in the land. He belonged to the same school politically, with Mr. Clay. While my preferences for Col. Bell are strong, I would not feel it to be my duty to advocate and urge his election in a contest plainly narrowed down in this State be tween other candidates : or where my vote for him would only aid in the election of ! tbe author ot tbe slavery agitation, in a contest between Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Doug ! las, I would favor the former, as his views I in relation to the tariff, and the improve I uient of our great western rivers, and, upon I many othersubjects, are identical with those of Col. Bell, both having Whig antecedents. In truth, I do not regard the opinions of Mr. ; Breckinridge, as half so dangerous to the j peace and prosperity of the country as : those of Mr. Douglas. The friends of the ! former entertain views, which are, 1 think, ; erroneous: but they propose to test them in ! the courts, and if necessary, by Congress, ! looking all the while to a peaceful and law ' ful adjudication, without violence. The 1 views of Mr. Douglas in relation to our I Territories, if carried out necessarily lead ; to strife and blood-shed, such as were ex ! hihited in Kansas. Emigraut aid societies 1 on the one hand, and Border Ruffians, on the other will follow. It is safe to judge j of the future by the past. Does any good ' man wish to see re-enacted the scenes in Kansas 1 Col. Henry S. Litnc ' Will address the people at the tim and ! places named below : Dover Hill, Saturday, July 28; Blooaafietd, Monday, July' 30 ; Spencer. Tuesday, July 31. Speaking to commence each day at 2 ' o'clock P. M. Prof. Fletcher, Republican candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, will . accompany Col. Lane while filling the ! above-named appointments. Prof. F. will i address the people, at. each plare appointed ' for Col. Lane to speak, on the important ; subject of Common Schools. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice to the Public. X. fLitteziloerg;, KEMOVKD TO Xu. o7 Main st. bet. Second & Third, Is open Kith a spleodid assortment of iSpectacloa. Prices from 95 ets. fo 918. ISRAEL. KITTKMIKHO. JCj turer of the newly invented and Improved BfWctarJ, No. 4. Third t.. I?et. Main and boctwt, opp. Crescent Citv Bank Building. Evansville, Ind. TlMMS Celebrated Spe ta'lesare made of Brazitian Pebldea, and constructed li Accordance with the phlUaophy of br.aiire, la 1st peculiar form ot a rosKSTu r uvex. whit b can o- rtsed by the old and ynunjr, either by d;iy or candle liht, with perfect ease. and no unpleasant feeling to the eyes that m'icy exjaerlent from using the common kind. They tend to strengthen and improve thesi?ht, as will he Sees by tbe ndlow ing testimonials from thsaf nsing them : Vji rSsssSsfl 0t, Eq. I hsvs purchased a pair of Spectacles fr.-m f. Rittent-rg. 1 hse found them to be perfectly easy to tbe eye. 1 cheerfully rerimniend tl em to the public. Fria S. SoifttfUiu, J. I takegrent pleaare in recommending theglAssee of . Ritfenhen; to the public. They give rear satisfaction. Vfi Jufiy W. B. JKsene, lioonrille, Ind. For year- past I have bean accustomed to use ar tiftcial -tbt. and have tried several kinds of Bpse hsrlrn. but I have fotHsd bshm so easy to the eye as I. Rittenbere's. 1 take pleasure in recommending them to the public. VHncrtoni Gibson njuiity, Imf. Having pur based, and tor some timv used, the Brazilian Pebble Spectacles, gotten up by Mr. I. Kitreuberg, formerly of Indianapolis, and now of Evansville, we cau most curaially recommend them as being easy for the eyes, and iu all respects a good article Rev. JOnN McMASTSK. G. N. JERACLD, JOSEPH PEVIN, J. J. KIRKMAN, SAMUKL WH1TSETT, ROBERT DUNCAN. marti-dAwtf F RKSH VJ Rt TT KM. .4 choice hn Jm l received aud hr sale bv CM M. Mc.b tllSSTON, vr: Kuevy Ulotk. tuH.s; i. v .i-'ii .w k.i L I fi Imsiiel" Kat 'orn. o tons Bran, 54i Illicit fresh I'erit Meal, Itisr it-ceivetl an-i h-r -rt'e by L'il AS. Melon SST 'N. P.iwy Bsucfc. mujrcMjvjns n soje. MS IS boxes Proctor Jt Gamble German So.iji 15 ' Crown ' It M No. 1 " 1'or aaic at COOK f L..N..Li i - NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MMltfEOJV SERMJYtiS TE.V EI.' m Alley. Tbe proprietor of the Pigeon Springs Li g leave to inform the public 'bat he Ins r gently erected aud cumpleted a tine Ten-Pin Alley. Tbe Springs are situated but one mile from Haiti street. City of Evansville, a good distance for cither a walk ur a drive. The waters of the Springs possess unsurpassed medical properties, and invalids and others would do well to resort to them. 1 here are also hath on the premises, and the grounds are beautiful!- shaded with trees, and surrounded with a salubrious atmosphere. WM. BATES, Proprietor. K. li. Au omnibus ruus regularly three times a day to aud from the city. jnly'JC Dissolution. rWM! K itf-l'.llt TV-? U h HI P HE it E- ML totore existing between the undersigned, un der the name and firm of 11. M. Wells & Co., was this day dissolved by mutual cousent. William Wells U authorised to receive all debts due the con. cern. and will discharge ail obligations of the same. WM. WELLS, H. H. WELLS' Evansville, July lsth, 1600. SOTICE.-BOOTS AXD SHOES. The Boot and Shoe business will be continued by the undersigned at the old stand, No. 8 first sr., intending to keep a good assortment of goods in the line both for the Wholesale and ltetail trade aud would solicit a continuance of fivors extend ed to the late firm. Small profits ai.d quick re turns is my motto. WM. V KLLS. j illy 25 MMJ FV.VaV JUST MECEt VEII J MLM. new stork of Gold and Silver Watches, Supe rior Gold Pens, and Kins Silver Spoons, we respect, full- invite ail to call and examine quality and prices. Persons buying now may exjiect to get great bargains. All articles warranted. BITTKOLFF EROS., ju!vVlnid ts Main street. E.I E 3 . 1 Hit I For sale at J HOiCE .Iff Tit I. E COOK 4 LANGLEY'S. AGRICULTURAL. fomUTKE TO .TlK.TtBEHS J.S'U f Stockholder. The VastdNstNaf CouLty Ag ' ricultur&l snd Uortici Itural Society will .meet Ht : the Court Mouse on Saturday next, the 28th, st two o'clock P. v. A fall ntfudance of meruheia und ; stockholders is desired, hs the Premium List for our next Fair will be reported, and a plan offered for blending tbe Societv and Land Association in oue, under one set of officers. Let all who feel any i interest attend. C. B. UKMENT, Pres't. A. W. C'hctf, Sec'y. jnly25-td ! t4 K H L.H. (7H iv.VAH. aaaar that Is Cider Viuenr. Cok & Langley I hT in Mure '10 bbls Extra Cidtr Vinegar, which ' they wiil warrant pnra ajd fre from vll acids, and 1 to keep picktes hue and hard as when first made. WJf Ml .TIE jia.nSTHO.iVO CO., EJ., M Butter. 2 500 lbs Prime Table Butter just received direct from the dairies in Armstrong coun I ty, Penn., to be closed out cheap, to make room ; lor the Becond ihipment, at july25 COOK A LANG LEY 'S- , W HJfMS 1-Kl.riE WHITE MMWW Wheat Fli ur fur sale at the lowest, now j selling at $2. To per sack, at Jnl)2r COOK A LAXOLEV'S. TfWO O TS JwVB HHUE H KJ II -a Burrow, 15 Main -street, have a pood assort- tie ut of Boots and Shoes on hands, and are con j stantly in receipt of additions thereto. The Ktrtail trade may always find in their store a gcod stock of t ood Goods, and at loweat prices. july24 -mm,tiHOE k sjI ek H oo t ei JIJ' li WW Shoes. Bead Burrow's Wholesale stock of Roots aud Shoes is now large and complete with . the most desirable goods of the liest New England manufacturers. AU of which they will sell cheap i for cat.h or pro, opt paper. Call and examine. j j lily 21 MM" E I Ell H f II V.'E I. O f It! JMM. Flour, as low as the loweHt and as good as the t best. In the present excited state of the Flour ; market, when the pricesare changing almost every ' day, if you want to biiy a yoil article cheap call at YIOKKIIY'S july20 Star Family Grocery. nn li e a he it wo .wTj jv ' I M. Friend. lu boxes Chemical Olive Erasive I Soap just received at the "Star Family Grocery' of tfafyM VICKEKY BROS. OLD FIRM IN BUSIHESS AGAIN. rMMIE I WIEItSIU.S'EII WISH TO M- iuform the public in general and the rest of 1 mankind in particular, that they have bought out j the Feed business of .Mr. J. C. Dusouchet, aud that they will la- prepared from this time to fill all or I ders for FEED and EEI of auy kind. Our Mr. It. S. Ucstox having formerly been en ; gaged very successfully in ihe business for ever one ' year, but called away to England upon family busi I aaa, baas returned to bla old stand where he will ! at all times la pleased to s-e his old frir-nds and I former customers and all others, and till their orders for anything in our line, with promptness anil sat j isfaction. Feed delivered free to anv part of the citv. jaly20-ti B. S. BUSTON CO. as a a .. E A Titl w MnrnMUMMM sw H-iiir for sale Loaer ihun i-ii itbiilir'l rates of this dat VICKfcRVS. juiyio No. 82 Main street. DECLINE IN FLOUR. rmHE jrji crop om whkjmt is ML now coming in retty freely, which eunbh-i na to reduce the price of our best brands of Extra White Wheat Flour ( Southern Mills) to ?2.75 per suck, delivered many part of the city. Inquire nt Southern MilU or James K -k..-.- A Co.'s, No. 47 Main street. J jjrSO Hi LE HART BUS. NEW YORK wTr EM ILL. MmJtI.SO." 5T Rlf HnOJmtT9t .fJJs7 . sVV tacturer- of and Dealer iu WIRE OK ALL DESCRIPTIONS. PartSenssr stteution civen to ordfrh wnl to their WarehotSSB 81 .?-hn St., N Y., which will e till. d I ROM PTLV, and have Hpedy dispatch. Circulars turnihed. giving diaeosnM troru List, or nett prices at LOWEST M AEK.ET RATES. TERMS. Six Months Nde, payable at B.tnk, with current rate of Exchange on X -w York, ur T jfr neat, off for Card). Wire Mill, 25th Street, Warehouse, Bl John street, New York. july 20 lmd mmOTMVJB TO COJVTRJK WO R V W Sealed proposalf wiil Ih received at th l liwtisHi I III I ll I of H. IX A T. C. Taylor, In Hart ford, Ky., until the 8th day of August next, fr the construction of a Lock and Dim on Rcuh River, at a point near Newton's Old Mill. A plan and p:c -ilicationn of the work mil y be seed at the ftbowe p!a-'- in Hanfoid, or a copy of them will )e f-r-wnrded to any one applying by letter or ofher wie, to the underpinned President of the Board. Q. C. SHANKS. Hartford, Ky., July 8tta $a4Md LER0Y PI ACE. to at 1-RP ITER'S Si i. O t 'A 1 ' Jts bMB tiioreuehly repaired from attic to ,'eliar, wirh the addition of spaciotiF yards and oeifatrs, and m now calls i Lemy Place, and i tor rent on mcderato terms to gwwi families. Apply to COM VF ItSK CLEMENT? july 17 -2w sVr.VVX,'' SCHOOW FOR yOsVwVsV Misses and Masters -PRoF. KEMMERER, from Philadelphia, Pa., wilt give lessons in Vocal MtMric and Musical F locution, very day at S o'clock p. M , at thr Crescent "i y Hall Tuition 25 cents for 18 lessons. A c.incert to le iven it the rfceBB of the term N. B. He will inaore all ti learn to sing that will attend. iulyl &.VsV OFF .sTT CO ST. DM- firing to close out ny itri'MSUt tock of Teas, Toliacco. and Camtirsi, I offer ih? artrtf from this date at prime cst for (' e rl. Aii those wishing bargains should call soon. ChoiceItnperi.il Ten it Mil 80 cents perlb. Gunpowder at 7'(i 41 Young Hys.m at AO65 ' 11 11 Black Tea at 70&75 41 41 JAMES L. SPALDING. julylM OoSf. Main and JT JBSSOJW JJV M 8tC.--THR t VTU mJ derigncd would ri -spertfnlly inform the cit izens of Ihe city that he is prepared to give Isssasaa in muMc, on the Piano ur other instruments, to all uho may favor biiu with their patronage. Instruments of all kinds tuned and put in order. He will also select instrument fur those who are not judges thessselTes and desire to purchase on reasonable terms. Residence on Syessaoro streets between B I iiaal and Third streets." julyll CHRISTIAN MATTHIAS. Dissolution of Partnership. rwHH FM R TJF R&Htt HJKRJKTOm ML fore existing betmnsaa the miderigued under the tirm of Brown A Ail' this day dtsaolred by mutual consent. Either party is authorized t" ye tbfnsno- of tl.e lirm iu vettliug the buine. WILLIAM BROWN, W. M. AIRMAN Evnn-viHr, July 10th, IsWtt, g 1.T.Vf J TIOJT. THE V.yUEH- sit ed will continue cite business of the above tirm, uDdt-r the etyle of V. M. Aikman A Co., aud v.'nnld respectfully solicit :t cntttinuaucf of favors extended to the , "id lirm. and l-eing fully prepares! to extend every facility t.. -bipper.., either by Canal, River or Railroad, we assure tUein that their ia terest shall lie fairh:iilly re-resentetl. sleiuld they bs plet. I tofav-.r -is with their pitrouage. Kespectfullv, july 10 W. M, AlKMAN A CO. MMHt.y-Es : eh v.'JB.' eh c.'es : M VK) lbs Katra Tui ki-h Prunes at 12c per 11. it tjuly25) COOK LANGLEY'?. MISCELLANEOUS. MJIOM HE.VT THE WE I.I j K.V W MT Store, lately owned and occupied by Michael Oavisk, deceased, as a grocery and provision store, corner of Main and Fourth streets. There is a first-rate smoke house attached to tho store. Apply to John Gavisk, or WM. JtAlIM, Jr. julvO-dAwtf JOU1 uw, m. b. AKTnEJ, (Notary Public.) LAW & ANTHES, ATTORNEYS AT LAAV, GENERAL COLLECTION AND TIE L EST AT V. AGENTS. Office No. 87 Main street, uppositc the Court House, Evansville, Indiana. mailO-dAwly O" 1-11 HE BT ft OE 1 83 H30.MeZ person indebted to Jacob StiatT Son for tbe years IW fis will please call and settle JACOB STUACB ft SON, Hardware Dealer, 71 Main street july 2i-3wditw f UHHUtJE j.vii 'wJii cvV JMM- ker. The ucdersigned is fully prepared to manufacture all descriptions of Carriages aud Wag ons from the finest io the cheapest, all of which will be guaranteed of the best wo kmsn-hip. A constant supply of Carriages and Wagons aril! lie found iu uiv wart-rooms, at No. 14fi Sisin street, Evansville. FRANK. HAMMEBSTEIH. B. Repairing done at reasonable ratee, with ncatnesi and dispatch. j!ily,JO-3mdifcw' For Sale. WW ness. The undersigned intends to retire from business after the 1st of September next, and lu the meantime would negotiate tor the sale of ins stock in trade aud gooTi will of the business of M. W. Foster A Co., and will also lenae fcr a term of years the "tore house now occupied by them. Th stand is one of the most eligible is the rity, and the house is a new, substantial, modern Btyie four-story buildiug in comp'.ete repair. The present trade of the house is a sate and profit -able one, and to active bui-ines men bavin.; a lair amount of capital, a more certain oppiu funity to build up a large snd profitable business is seldom ottered. For further particulars enquire of Geo. Foster Jt Co or thesiibscrilicr M. W FOSTER july4-lmdiw Kb Bl'SH. CHOICE J" Meal just received at exes a roa.' jii!.v?5 COOK A LANGLEY' MmlSSOl.CTIO.S' ,'OTMCE ' i: MW firm of Erskine, Curnick A Co. is diPFoIved by ihe wittidrawai of Theophilus Curnick. James Erskine will collect the debt4 due said firm, and discharge the liabilities ot the same, and is author ized to use the firm name in liuuidatioti onlv JAMES ERSKINE. ' July 11 THEOPHILL'S VCBKICK Krferring to the above we would return thanks for former favors to the firm of Erskine, Curnick A Co., and solicit a continuance of the same at the old stand, 47 Main street. jnlyll JAMES ERSKINE A CO American Cutlery and Plated Ware. J i'OU 1- J.T)fA HESEItT .l. 'If M Table Knives and Fjrks. Ivory handle Desert and Table Knives only. Plated " " " Forks, Baiter Knives. Plated Tea end Table Spoon., Carvers to match with Knives aii.l F..rK. Slaw Cutters, Enameled Kettles and Sauce pans. The above of best quality and finish, nsoeimd sad offered at reasonable rates at JACOB STRACB , SON'S, julylO 71 Main street . M .tit 1'Jv.ST TOOES .IT MKtllCEII Cradles, Sickles close out stock. Forks, at verv low figures iu JACOB STKAI'B A SON. MJ tl COM- EE E. -S Pftt HETS E. GILBERT CO. M I for sale br k HESS SI I. lis. J EJ HUE STOCK of Black and Fancj' Dress Silks very Che: to close out, at th cheap Dry Goods store of SCHAPKKK ft BCSSING, No. 'I'J Main street. july 2 -maits.n.i sTi.vas n.i.- HE.no V'E It MfWM. her t.i k of Millinery Goods from her edd stand on F'irst street, to No. .VI Main street, next door to BittrolfT Bros., where she will continue to keep a large snd beautiful stock ef Bonnets, Ribbons, and Millinery Goods gen erally. The I. - are invited to call and examine her stock before pur chasing. july4-lmd MlS T Hi: I HI VE II . 40U lbs Mixed and Plain Gum Packing, XK) lbs Cottou Rope from 3-M to 1' iliehi loit lbs Gum M ll to I inch 150 lbs Gasket Borad, 34 reels No. 1 Puck in g Yarn, dez Gum Cutters. sTssm Lauterns from 4oc toS;.'". "( lbrt Noa. l.O, and Flour of Emery, 42 pairs Skiff )irs. Manilla Rope all sizes, Tljllirn. Marlin, Spun Y'arti, tc. For sale i- ret-ill at jane22 SINZICH SO N 1 15 sWJ.V JKsV trec't. have just received a good aasnrfsneat of the following description of Phot, to-wit : Ladies Lasting 1 1 celt d Con,:res Boot. Gaiter. M ,p'K s. " Kid Boors, and Gout Sp'g Bee led ' and ' Buskins, M M Slip's in great variety. Men's Kid, Calf aud Lasting Congress Boots, I Calf Soesch Boots, M and Goat Oxford Tiea, Goat, En'd and Plush Pumps and Kaltifiers, t Fine French Calf Boots, Boys' Calf, Goat and Enameled Scotch Boots, j " " " Oxford Ties. Youth's Oxford Ties and Brogans, Scotch Boots, Child's Ueeled Knameled Ankle Ties, 41 Fancy Colored Ankle Ti-. Kid and Morocco Copper TipM Boots every kind. All cf which were made bj the beet asaanfisi barera East, and will Ih stdd at very low prsTH- HUN NELL'S (FOItMKRLV OF STEKLK i HUNNELL.; Flooring 3VIJ.ls, COBN'BIl OF WALNUT STREET AND THE CANAL, F.VAKSVILLE. f.VD. rjnuis ,-e u e s tji b i.isn.n e.t Mt la now In full epration, with new aDd com plete Mschtnery of the latest style, for PL-.nics and Dreading LsuBDer, Planiop ami Grooving Flooring, mokinfr Doors and Sash HoatMlaBjrS. Window Biindi, ami every other description of wrk done in such tstafjtHattents. All work at tbse Mills usrraoted Ut Uj well done, and will lie otfere,! at the lowest cash price,. lry Poplar Ktoorine and Weatht rboardin? cn atantly on hanl. aitd will be sold for easfe. Brackets snd Scrolls sawel to any pattern. Slittinc and all kinds of Sawing donr- to Offtdor, and in tho ,; r utyle. jy22 WM. lirNNEH. NEW FURNITURE STORE flj JUST OPENED TELL CITY FTONrrURE CO. The larcit and finest assortment ot FC'RN'I Tl'KE AND CBAUtS of all kinds in the city. i WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, No. 5 Water st.. next door to R. Karnei, EVAN8TILLK, 1 M. K. BsSucrxar, Arent. MatmiHCtiiry at Tell City, Ind. jiinei"!-''-!!! KM! 1 E E T .1 Jt T M CLE S S in ijTSal variety, 'tt the lowest price, the New Irn 6tsSa ut ffh- H. tt. THOMPSON. 2.000 1 am na.ns, cjjvtVjtiHs- ins Mintuii ts. nlain. .Vi lbs Side eiveti and for sale at KLLIOTT'S FAMILY QROCCBT. DR. J. FLEAGER, s (fi d 0 t) 0 (4 H 19 . V V s:.ti t MM.tS ft E Tfft.yn If, -!.-' II STILE MM. continues to keep pace with all the Improve nients in his profession, at his Rooms under City Daguerreau Gallery. 45 Main street. He is now making those beast if al Hard Rubber, Vulcanite and Asa bee plates, which in many respects, are su perior to Gold. Also, the usual styles of Oold and Mlver work. Iecayed teeth permanently saved by plugging. He is alao using the Klectrieal pro cass for extracting teeth without pain. Children's teeth straightened, 4c. Prices very moderate, and work warranted. july2-tf A ,S-i- - sj . J 7 MISCELLANEOUS. rwirE J -TTE.y'TIOJY OE HO IS E- Ml keeners is called to our larite snd well-se lected stock of Plated German (Jilvsr, urittania and Tinned Spoons. Soap Ladles, Table Knives snd Forks in great variety, Enameled Kettles and Pots, Brass Kettles, Menl Seives, Frying Pans, Firs Shovels and Tongs, Dog Irons, Sad Irons, etc. Cheap at GEO. S. SONKTAQ CP 'S. glHEP, t HE J EE IS, CHEAPEST. mLs Wishing to make room for the coming Li" stock, wears determined to sell the bal mcc of oar Snminer Goods at auch a reduced price, that no one should miss the rst opportunity offered for many a day, to g, t a resllv cheip H it or Cap. v.u riEK a marconmer, junelS No. 3'J Main 1reet. ROGERS' CURAT r OF MAGNESIA, IN POWDER. rMWE VEST .II.TEft.ITWE M the world P.r Cooling the Blood, Sick II till a-ho, BfHons Affections, SickuBn at the Stomach, and nil comp'aiuts incident to the Spriugsnd Sum mer sea'one. It affords iinmeifj'ije reiV after eating or drinking too freely suerior to Saratoga Watt r as a cooiing drink, and one bottle is ejnal to thrt (in its medicinal properties) of the Liquid Citrate of Magnesia. Simwi IiAVir.LV ITfEMDSS or Bn Tl Allan ftlimnllBI. For sale bv all I'rureisf- Wholes ile by Dl L. Fpfcnrntririr A C... Pittsburgh, Pa., arid st the Mannr'i.-'icy, No. '.if! Spring afreet. New York CiJv. IntMO-nntd TtM-HS. wtj's t.ei ii s sooth i.ytj fJM Syrup st aiOMfftxnra pttt'ri r-Tni JE tJ i'E T U . t o H It tJ I.. T If E best Meiiicine knuen fur OiHrrh. i. For 'f HUM I'xiN's New Driur 'ice JB MOW. Troches a" S ft K tt , H Drug More. i I'l n J Stoi e ftv tffZr&Mf, & Br uc .-li.- s H.i I. if i.y-u fi i.t e JJ At THOMPSON MflE.-f If, fj tK tf.vf.i.y. and American Chemicals, at .ripe. THOM PS IN E WE E S Joel the thing I .M Tl 'E. t..r crying btbie-. st TUOMP iNs Drug Si. in . fnawil rgyvif.Er M fresh. J fooiis, -. w r received it TMUM PSON s Pthi J.VB jun. MMHVtiS J. lt MLtr re. eive.i a lari"- jmEWMCIJM 8 tl ST -tot k f-r tt' ' Summer. .. I THOMPSON'S Diag "ton U HE l.EMO.y sfitcp. no U.XS. 1 tli.'7 eaeh, for sate be juueS S. E. GlLItEilT LADIES AND GENTS : on al Nf. s Sicowd treat WW for h fr-v. morr. Come and lojk in trouble to show those corny little dove and tan coinrpj Gnitt r. Give u- h rnli. and f know ymi will luy. Kid. Fr.-j.ch K id and Morocco Poika Bruits, of lite ni wti xquiHi;. Pt y 1 evpr nfterfl in tlii mark-t- MifllV Hr.d Chiltireu' (.aitt-rs of ovry dUkifc and color Kid an' Morocco of every style. vttb arid wirin.;ii heli ; Copr-' r-tipid of rartotM kiit i-s, at tv im proved pitent. GenfV fine Patent LeatlK.t tad Oftll Botfl mmii to iwt of tb 1m-i iinport.rd wtoek we turn had for y ears. Cilovo H3A, Fat-nt Leather, Ohtl ai-d Morocco CoQgreM peiifen excuiur, a la fu'd-. Hind' by th MMNrt finshf6ndle and t-st workmeti to be found f riend-t, rone i UR r.att'iii cities not rxr-pted. -n PtrMfin rr, give at a triaL JOUN RAM i: S. ri RecnpJ fit.. KvHUHVilte, lo-t. 4 CAHPETSll 3k rV f. Also, Lace Goods, Damasks, Fink Bobinet Bars, And an assortment nf the fineet DMM TltlM MIHQ8 ever lirtuiKlit to the Citv. J. S. HOPKINS, spr5-dtl On Klrst Street. Bahcockt&Go HARDWARE DEALERS, MAVK RBXOVBD TO COR. MAIN & WATER STS., iNI" NOW oFltft FOR SaLK A Large and well Assorted Stock OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, WHICH, FOB EXTENT AND VARIETY U IN S L R P A S S J: D ! CITY & COUNTRY TRADE sue ei. ie ii u.s' the jam ST FAVORABLE TERMS. JBABC OCR ak CO., Cor. Main & Water sts. Fresla as.32rvtl. MmB H.i VMi JUST it Et El ft: II J WW large variety of fashionable and beautiful Lace Mantles, Lace Shawls, Lace Points, Lace Veils, White Crape Shawls. Stella Shawls, Figured and Plain Berages, English and Crape Berages, SilkChallis, Travelling Dress Goods, Plain and Fancy Silks. Silk Umbrellas, Recherche Parasols. ALSO, A Large Stock of Hals and Caps, Together with a complete and varied assortment uf Kaucy nnd St-iple Dry GivJt, all of whichtve ; will sell at uniformly reasoualile pricea ; DUSCAJl COOK,. f- 5 Main atrsea. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. TMJPFE It .njtt E E T. H f TC.'E B S MJ and Gardners are hereby notified thit s t butchers' stalls an'! H of iit vegetable stands in the T'pper Market, will be ld at po' Iic auction on Satiirdsv niont'iis, Anjn t 14:b, 1300, tit seven o'clock; I5y order of the Common Council. I'. BITKKP, Clerk. Clerk's offi,-,., Ji!v 25tn. 16'. tl tC f tS tt .1 T 1 ' T ICE. Order for Hi ick FirW-Wslk. Cvricil Chamber, .li ly 17. low. ADd Dow :t ts niteoy oroereo ana directed, bv the Common (sme.-tl ..f tbe CftT ol Kvaiv-vUe. that the nsssver of all lots or par's of lots frot til on or sjdjoiiiiix Ine west SMs of Clark street, from Third to Fourtll streets, m th- I'mieth alaneasMnri of -si 1 Citv. ceu-e the si le-wr.!k tlojreon to be hrODght. to tb that tbe- cause a tsule-Valk laid down thereon within tl publication of tbi or b r. rade. and nf s No. 1 to I e:t- ,).,-.- fron tliS p BUBKB, CT. Citv Clerk "s office. Jnlv a t f t Jt:. WS Ordai ' ! Brick rHile-M An,! i.t.u it i hereby c fca tbe IV rasa OB CMSKlOtl O villi-, rimf the as iters of ill flouting n or adjoins,; I Jul. 17. ISt.-- i tiered nud directed. ( '.Hi of f.nan.. r parts of I "tli-we t side l.lllll .-iv-e' I1'. In I 'lr-t I ' rect in a tui . i , cause the sMe-tviik. t. i.ioi to i i-rooi! nt ro i:. cins- N. 1 i.. be Ut'd f it, i there ii crrisun iwny day. truss tbe laaUlioststiii ' f ! his order. r. i:l liUE.Uatk i t-ik - t'tb.-e. .Iil .'. . wOMF O U A T 8 T S C F . - ii, I. . .. rti ut-, it, it. T.. l it i t.nu it (- hrnl'V "r.i rPJ Md 'iirprtJ bv in8 isrisi i - i r nft !-'t! of p.n"t f Ic-fri friiitinf pn :i-liifi'',itn fiv-f ti ti:i M-tfrn 1 i ma nf Sfi r- 9ilerM? of r n- n. 2 to lj -a? ! ifosrli tb-rcoa inniifiii I ti i lit Druusar i-1 ,1 ui ir: it i ram on1-r. P. it( Jt, Ctofl T f 9 y " T R . -3 T O R t unril :" tlui i r v of Fvnca i.t- nin -..s'--.-.iiati.i in mil :i ' i ' c- j u jm I ISB I:vt-i.-ii v;r,( t f Vi Eritin :t pOJUt DWiXt T , r'ii-( ttf." f i.xlh tn-( r, NriJbs. tlw m4 -!irr.' the tttuYnRcf ' l Oittmiii HU't Amotsl 1 Risjrli.li i Bi I I. r UsmtmI f i pit I las ttrrtttflllll and Vri. I r.-scli , . wlM r.it- th- i i"ri-ra thf l int it for r xraratioD 1 U-irlnnittx to ibo iTj. lt) CI' 1 i- U iii poi I e ptt th'-Ui'lfr. it- fl" H tj'. tfj fof the Wtrtau it tli - RpSTpT, . i Tl f r ra n tfrinlf sinj 'rk. Tho Iricfc j-r tJicusat.'l iiir"v ti lurk wiMi' iit fo l-o ilrif- rtrrnrili in th's offl. .Ml I 17,1-6- -.SH T a d ' Me T . 'f tt-t .' t The Common Coqim il ..x" h Cits of Enta ill i-v-jvtli -.trf t : rr.i.l :;!! Vi U t r..rHrht t th iir.iT.i-r jruilf turn i r- ctw- v.ir I to ali'iun li r' itr Snrvror. i. VA'llKK. CWk l'li'rl;' iith.'.-. -I I - -. f Ml 1 MM 1 as wsum mamam ck. a in" t'"Miu- tt r-in n I ' i 1 1 irt 1 1 I"r. Ill" f-l "IH'lill-1 I ' ' K I lit r I fan f ...;- . .I-:...- ....... r..- i ..,. premiuniH Wf ffHiru. Tl.t jsrt-silver ki'mJhIi sKirliel'i a( Cnicsigfi unn IwoItc uthor St) Conoty Fairs in Ltos. -Iu no brsncli of macmsnissd ait hut tlif vt-ry Dante n ni-Vftty, vepr s-u i . . iiui:-, iihik it f Ntrut iiir'-. nf uic t a- af-voM ,., . f t, i .. - a-r, I K.u..; ,.tl.i,,., .,. i '-wi. ;i isuvj iii una huujeiieu, nail iseprissj iM cm in relerL-lnv lu 00OK stoves .1.1 Hrticla 1 wives Htu cnttclif iv m rvant than nn st lapoti.o lr " 111 IU a, is it ai iv,n . uiu " :r;cmc It'dUl J J nils ii'iinuim' ii' 111 it d iwi 1 c i a. 1 1 1 u Move, II IE ODI out tb pjiet seiison. By iiessrs Tromlwell, Perr 1. .1 sin II lr.. .. .. . b-a 1 tor utf, ttist w concluded to try them, and th result 01 the ex penmen I convince! tin tbst th xtoce in the trfrti. b;4Ve succeetled. We regard tb lll'illt'llll-l uo I"'--c- niin isis HIT Ullll O'lMirj Cll .. . t I - ... , . . . . f I , A.,.. f. - I 1.. : . . .H llir Si I V II rt-ai- 'H MIL Ull I I f 1 ;i B vHiice of anything erer attempted iu the line ta - : m . i Th ill. j . u .. i a siir i-ii:; luii tt-ji ir-ii i-ei ni'ru. uru iu 11, ji h v itrj njeri beiidlutr uieht.H wbilo roastiuir. A conDcr wuth iar ik , i . 1 . i j j i . iiuiii i - iu mi nwiiis vvrroin i a ; . . I. 1. J ; . 1 ll:.. roiriui-L J Io ,ff,i . 1'horrt 1 eru r t.aa luun o e.rt atwv(. Jfa.. uvim vuuUw.HJK t' ' i1 ''I (.'-a I'd I tfl' L. upou f i . i eliciting valuable facts. a"d te nuirinij: In tne invention ol a iriiutrou adaDted this Stove, which bai been securetl by Isttora patent lie t -'Lii j(l ti LOIlsl.lUa allow . Q ll TO k W&VI art: pt-i irtii -u- ii ii?a , . .j, ti , , , inrtrviY ..u n- fi-r, , K'xxit em lii- i fie :iuo" lueniiouoa. will i,t fi.nnrl r.ulrt mt M'AMI.IV Kit PHBNdU, Main t., between Water and First Kvao-ville. ind marfi ANTdDHESS TO FHltWDS" r a jm m t . if mc u siUa'tK t$ $ ove, ML ri-nnrv" f full v in'iirm li m f rii.raHc as nrl T (,-, m MSsVCssaMaari l r ka t.sll.l . . - , , , 1 t I f!' himelf at tl:ts well known of Jnhh M l ji;ie i ii? l rrrr ipi ti ve;v dich iiiiu w , s-.tfartf-rt air.V'V 1 - '' MiMna' Raps1 mil rl.il UXen'fl Shoes fif verv ntvlc und r.f : I i .malitc bjauulacture and of a o. I article of ah Hint iitKilM. I wtii nirir. ih rmtrrr.ayii of mv i vt ell n - old lrionds. Ladir-H1 and fients' Boovt. Gaiters snd Shoes i tii. -' notiep. Give yoor old friend Mc. JrU. A. C. McUKVITT, N. 63 Main street, KvauMvllJe. Jnd juri-l.t-f r IF fi H a. H OR mOlWl I.HRR- i -a r i ; . t la . t iHsiH : te 'um.-sr.-r 1 latfoi Hi tit- u-ap Irv ads .rftore ot St llAPlICKA UCSSIXO, Jntjrfi No. 4j Main street. have iut rereiv d a lares ud Mtion to on r stock ttf ladie4, Minr-Ha. Mid liiblren'ri thoes of every Kiii-i, wnirn win w soia ur. price, to eutt cvorv- o.dy. all and jini' Issr yourselves, at tbe Cheap in ItirtillN I'llf 111 M il Al'K KK lM'sSIKO, .'ulj- No. 49 MHin street. S7S7- HITE ' S r i-: TRESS AND JFU SUPPORTER. t.ll iJ VJLU- T' UiFSfJ able inst: runn-iifn are offrretl 01 entirely new H . a combine.! - in action an i i iuripl" tr,f rtd KiiieorJ muliwi, tLcy retain Ktit'tor- witli otw-hnlr I- H'sssjrs tlnn-others. Avoid tbe instrument Mlth a rlyif rprimg. Tbey will Injure the haek ittel con!, me! from thMr on. ttmat sasTsataslfiisisrsrT nm trosjMssasjaa. Whlts's will produce' MADH-'AI. I.'I'EK If properly tiaed. Cull on vonr ll!;Ki', ',r for n Pamphlet free to all. AddresH HaKNK-! M l'AKK, Now York. J. I). PAISK, CindDUati. june7-ouidtw Or KKfiLSK A WI1ITE, Good luck Needed for Young Beginners. THE FIRM OF MILLER & WiEHAUS STILL AHEAD. rlftflis EM MM JMJIS JUST BECBIS- of , Rr(,at m.My "mTtic-en in their 11ns, too numorous tu name, which are now open for inspection, snd will certainly be sold cheap fcr rash at their atorSs 43 Mato str6at. MILLER A XIEHACS.