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Kvansvllle &. Crnwforilsv ille K. K. PErAKTiars. Accommodation Train 800 A. M. MaiiTrsdn " A RRI V AL8. Mai; Train 4.5U P. M. Accommodation 3.30 41 r,, . . - SteamersRegular Packets. JP-lCv FOR CAIRO. 3 rley Bowes leaves Tuesdays and Saturday! i 'r ''clock M. Arrives Mondays and Thur4.l11.V8 - C forpaoi lvmi. DrvBAtt leaves Mondavs, Wednesdays, and Fri days at 12 o'clock M. Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at night. for ininviiu. Gret l: ile, of Louisville, leaves Tuesdays ami Saturdays at 6 o'clock P. 51. Arrives Tuesdays and Saturdays in the afternoon. Grey Eaule, of Gallipolig, leaves Mondays at 121'clock m., and Thursday at f o'clock p.m. Arrives Sunday's and Thursdays in the afternoon. L. C. Ferry leave Kvansviile Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5 p. m. Leaves Louisville Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p. m. for ORXJTK river. Bowlino Green leave Mondays and Thursdays at 6 o'clock p. m. for Bowling Green. Arrives on Mondays and Thursdays in the morning. The Lt'B KaTK leaves Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, for Ashbysburg and I'oiid nicer She arrives Saturdays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. There is regular daiiy 1 inimnnication with IIf.n DEasoN and MEWBUBfiii by boat and Ua.l convey ance. RIVER ITEMS. STEAMBOAT REGISTER . FROM 6 P. M . THVRSOAT TO 6 P. M. FRIDAY. ARRIVED. Charley Bowen, Cairo: Dunbar, Paducab: Lehigh, St. Louis: W. I. Maclay, Gin .: Sallie List, Wheeling' Jesse K. Bell, ('in. DEPARTED. Dunbar, Puducah: Lehigh, CiH : W. I. Maclay, St. Louis: Sallie List, Mem phi: Jesse K. Bell, N. O. BOATS LEA VI NO TO-DAY. 'barley Bowen, Cairo: L C. Ferry, Lou.: Lue Eaves, B. Green: Grey Eagle, Louisville. The Weather was very warm again yesterday, the thermometer standing high un in the nineties. The River, at latest advices, was lull ing at Pittsburg, with 5.1 feet in the chan nel. The boats which were aground at Glasshouse bar had got oft'. At Cincinnati the river was falling at the rate Of one toot in 24 hours, with six feet thence to Louis ville. At that place there were 4 teet 2 inches in the Canal, and falling slowly. In this vicinity it ha3 been rising, but is now nearly stationary. There are about 4 feet water on Scuffletown and Casey v ille bars. The Wabash has risen several ftet within the past week, and i3 again navigable for boats of light draught. The Mississippi is falling, with 8 feet in the channel from St. Louis to Cairo, and 1 -feet at President's Island. The Little Rank Gazette of the 21st, says that the Arkansas river is below low water mark, and if it continues to recede, will soon be below its present bottom on the bars, which are now navigable for average sized catfish. The Alamo, which profcaw to run on a heavy dew, has failed to get up, and it may be safely said that for the pres ent navigation is at an end. The Grey Eagle, Capt. Daniels, is the mail boat for Henderson and Loaisvillu this evening. The new and beautiful low water packet L. C. Ferry, in command of Capt. Ham. Smith, with Messrs. Austin ic Gregg in the office, will be in port for Louisville at 5 o'clock this evening. The fleet and justly popular Charity Bowen is the regular packet for Cairo, leav ing at noon to-d.iy. Her clerk, Mr. W. J. Market), i.J a polite and affable gentleman, and will attend to passengers "about right.' The only freight for this point on board the ill-fated S. P. lltbbenl were : F. dozen cider presses from Munn & Co., to EL Sharpe, and 65 boxes candles from (.'urn well St Bro., to I. & D. Heiman. The Trio has been sold to (.'apt. Brown for the sum of 0,000. She is des tined for the Kentucky river. The steamer John Temtrnkim was sold yesterday to Capt. Wm. Berkshire for the sum of $8,000. She will be continued in the Louisville and Memphis trade during the low water season, and will run in the New Orleans and White river trade during thu regular business season. Capt. Baric shire embarks on the river ng.in after a respite of seven year?, but his experience, witli that exception, has been life lung. Mr. George Twomey and Mr. Dick O' Bryan will continue as her clerks. The Tompkins will depatt for Memphis to-morrow. Lou. Journal. The New Albany Lodger of Tliur. day evening, gives the following particular rela'iva to the sinking of the S. P. Hibberd About two o'clock, this morning the Chancellor, from New Orleans for Louis ville, and S. P. IlibberJ, Capt. Barry from Louisville for Memphis, collided near the mouth of Falling Run. The Chancellor was ruining the Kentucky shore, and her pilot saw no light, ahead until the llibberd was within a few hundred yards of her. The Hibberd blew her whistle, which was answered by the Chancellor, we learn, and the latter boat reversed her engine aud com menced backing, but before she could fairly check tier headway the boats came in col lision, the Chancellor striking the Hibberd on the larboard quarter, near the gangway, with her bow. The Hibberd was turned completely nround and sunk in less than rive minutes after the accident in about 13 feet water. She lies perfectly straight with her bow up stream and the water within a few inches of her boiler dock. There were on board about fifty cabin and twenty deck passengers, all of whom were saved with the exception of one deck passenger, a man who has not been seen since the disaster. It is thought he was drowned. The officers of the Chancellor, Cap!. Mahon, M. C. Foster, clerk, and others; did all in their power to save the lives of passengers, and kept their boat at the wreck for an hout and a half taking the distressed on board and caring for them. The Hibberd had a good trip of freight about 250 tons, con sisting of pork, whisky, lard, hay, bagging, bale rope, flour, lime, cement, drugs, grocer ies, &c, &e. There were 1 ) horses on board, 15 of which were drowned. The boat had no insurance on her freight list. The freight was mostly for Memphis and points below. We shall Dot attempt to give the cause of the accident, until the matter 13 decided by the proper authorities, w ho will take the subject in hand i:i a few days. It is said however, that the Hibberd broke her safety valve rope and became unmanageable, which causod a great deal of noise by the issuing of steam. The Hibberd was bniit at Pittsburg in 1856, by Capts. Grace and Dean, at a cost of S16.000. She was valued at about 8, 000 at the time of her sinking, and is in jured at $6,000 in 1 he Citizens 'tin I Monong.i hela offices at Pittsburg. It is thought she can be raised. We visited the wreck this morning, ami found everything abort the boat in the utmost disorder. It i al raost a miracle how the lives of those be low the cabin w ere saved from drowning, as the water was within a few inches of the cabin floor. Holes were cut through the cabin floor, through which the deck passen gers made their escape. INSURANCE. C0PELAND & NEXSEN, G- JEZ 1ST JE3 XX -A. Xj BICE AGE1CY OFFICE: SAVINCS BANK, NO. 1 FIRST STREET, EVAXSVILLE, ISO., g it a; -v it- ' BfJ pj it n it to r. tan tX'M. Ki.'k aud issue Policic iu sovcrul f the ltl est mid must reliable Insurancn Companies nf the I nitd St.it.-a. STORES, STOCKS, DWELLINGS, MILLS AND MANUFACTORIES, insure.! at the mst favorable rate MARINE AND INLAND NAVIGATION Risk taken on FLAT-BOATS, BARGES, STEAMBOATS ami th-ir CARGOES. Also, applications received for LIFE INSU RANCE. Combined Capital Represent ed, over $4,000,000. ; iEtna Insurance Co., Hart ford, Conn., Capital anil Surplus 32,000,OOI Phoenix Insurance Compa ny, Hartiord, Conn., Capital and Surplus Manhattan Insurance Co., New York. Capital and Surplus 400,f'fxi American Exchange Insu rance Co., New York, Capital and Surplus 2(10,000 Rising Sun Insurance Co., Indiana, Capital anil Surplus 200,000 Merchants' Insurance Co., Hartford. Conn., Capital and Surplus, (200,000 iEtna Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn., Capital and Surplus, 2011,110 COPELAND & NEXSEN, Agrata. GUARD AGAINST FIRE CHOICE INSURANCE WITH THE IM 1NSURANC Incorporated 181'.) Charter Perpetual. CASH CAPITAL 81,500,000, AUSOLUTK AND I! N 1 M PA USE I). Net Surplus of $942,181.72, Atid tbu fir sti of 4U yearti MtOOOM uud oxperiencH. UPWARDS OK 914r,OOU.UOO Of liiw:s hve bouu pJiid ly tlie Etna NiMrancu Oompany iu the pubt 40 )ciim. The valnw of reliable Insurance will be apparent from the following LOSSES PAID BT TUB .ETNA MaUTa THE TAST FIVE RAMI InOhio J4.-il,f.2H.8f I In Michigan, $188,03 81 In Wisconsin, 106965.07 j In Indiana,... 146.439.81 In Kentucky, 804,939.40 In UUn4s.. 1 !,:i7.4t MUsouri ttifliS.M T.-nuesfee H7 549.S1 Ii.waAWiun. IHI.'af lit I IfUBUdl fh M9J6.77 Peaa'a A 'a.. M03 2 , Ark. fc i.... 2a.:il"i.ti Hiseiifebippi bamJ alarnwjli Iff Fire and J 'lajid Navigation HiaksHccepteI.il tuff eoafcial ?tt with solvency ;iud .a;r prorit. Epeciul attention yicen fa iivmrmtct of D WEL L HfGS and fvntvntA, for termtt vf 1 to fi Mora. TIjm aulid service loii and HOCCeaatnlij tried, and the many advnutiea thaJKtea Iudiiraiiee Company poj Hfcaitod in itrt line, should not be overlooked by those ready to inscro and uiiderHtatidiu their beet iatepoete. Parian ail laaaut iftnea the necowiry for re- ' liable Innurance becomes an impertive duty the alulity tit property owners to sustain I.-ks being then miK'h InaiawiiJ. AgaawlM in all the piiocipal cities am tornu throuhe'iit the State P(ditie-i issued without iie ly I'i any of the duly authorized Ascenr.-i tA the Company . Cfc5 BiMiaoa atir-ntled to with deftffatdi and rldelitv. (PKLAN U X N KXKN, Aleuts, BVjr2 SavirttTK Sank Huildiit, Fiisr ttt. BY STATE AUTHORITY. INCREASE OF CASH CAPITAL. P H CE N I X HARTFORD. CONN. YJKVOTm TO ! FIB P. INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. CHA 11 TER PER PP. T UA L Cash Capital, Cash Assets - $400,000 - 5 17,7 1-2.36 8. L LOOXI& Frost. II . K ri 1 .i;rs, Secretary Branch Ojj&ce, HI d 33 W. Third St., Cin cinnati. M. Magill, General Agent ar"Aguuts in all tie u the t'li, 1. ,, j pi iicipi and T.fWita LOSSES PROMPT L V PAID' if ti ' ppli it urt renei v ed, p licit i .sited aril re uf itl, iiml all bi:iiiies )-rtaiiiinK to Ihe mgemcj prrfprtj attended to. Also Hpplit'Ht Ioim received for TiU Ibumbob, in the &tun Lite Insurance Co., of Hartford, Co&B. Capital and wralH om 2oo,ooo. GOPELANI1 aTJeXSKN, A.ri.ts. MfCMBoeoa First St., bet. Main and Syc, in Savin? Bank Bnihliiof. EXCLUSIVELY FIRE INSURANCE EVANSVIL L7E AGENCY. MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE COMFY, No. 6S Wall St., New oi k.. o o o o o 4 J H ii s o W cn CO a f CO Or O o o p 1821. INCORPORATED, WM. PIT1' PALM KB, Pn AN'Dl'.KV.' .1. SMITH, Secretary. U1RKCTOKS : it. W. P Palmer. Samuel F. Mott, K-.ifus L. Lord, Wm. V. Mott, Wm. VT. Fi.a, Kdwia L'. Morgan. Hichard Ticbe, Thoiuus Bar ron, Kobert It Mhitm 11 , Thosnas W. Pearsall, Peter OuuBeTi Henry Kmraraiih. Augustus w. Ward, James Colles. Sidnev Mason, Hum Taylor, I,. S. Su ti z. 3yba Cn-ell. ,1' hn Sr,-i ar 1 , l'imiii I . Green. Eb 11 !!. ( iockir. This staaneh iM Oitntary bmvi with tb Imjsj of this state,' cuati safei !taase if propertv ; fuUj t MmplaWd Against Loss or Daitage bv Fire tult-n rn h a- otlinf first r-ir p.ltcit" nro frt fn. i.iiiifr h!'a ln. Ii'm:i' Stock ttonmnaaws technical! ties, thus I otilv one lau-suit N IM-: K A Its. AV, ilarfn r h tvintiiimw of TH I K Purl mar uttfiif imi t:. th f A KM PRuPKKTY. ISOLATKD IiWKI.I.IVin .d their FL'lSMTfilK r.-ln i-s issue. ii, im of ONE, 'in BEE or FIVE TKABS. i(TI.osses tquitaldy adjusted ati, I promptly paid . t's't; at this Agencv. COPELANf! ANKXSKN. Agents. E CO. IIMICI COMFMY. STEAMBOATS. REGULARPACKETS. r3 VOJftli TO ST - It.J.'S'tl H ww of tin!. 1 he Louisville and Heodefvou Liirht-Draucht, Swift, Side i, Wheel 1. S. M. and Paaserjcer Packet, l ;le, Capt. A. DON N A I. I.V, J. A. Lu-K, CI k Leaves Evausville lor Louisville every 51i nd.iv at 12 o'clock M., and every TkqmJay at C o'clock p. M ., arriving at Louisville Tuesday and Friday evenings. Returning, tea.aa Lo.iisvillo every Wednesday uud Saturdnv evening at 6 o'clock. J NO. V. II A 1 L, Agent, jul28-tf No. 2 Water street. I.vmivillr. Louisville, and Owens Ijoro Pastenger Packet. THE NEW AND FINE STBAMEB IIAM. SMITH, JIaster. Ai stin It Cur, Clerks. Leaves Brain 5 p. M. Leav 4p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays at uUvllle Tuesdays and Fridays at Li J4V Carro oncket. The elezint low water packdti J. If. IONK, Lewis DaTM. master, Wm. II. List, clerk, i will run tenlnrly io the Kvanvillp and Cairo trade during the season. F or freight or passage apply on ooatd. July IP. rmnfj: i: i: a i j.j it j.; vjjy8wmm.i,m M. an.l Padocal low water mail Packet, SAM KIR K M A N, .1. V. Tmioop, Master, J. Fi.of bnot, Clerk will leaTe Kvansrille Tnesdays and Saturdays, at o'clock p. m . , on :trrial of the Louisville and Evausville Mail packets. for freight or passage apply on hoard. juiy!2. KVANSVHJ.E AXD LOUISVILLE U. S. MAIL PACKET, 3- x o y 33 agio, W. n. DANIELS, ( apt. S. P. Ham.td'.y, Cork. JLj Ttit day ami Saluriiay at o'clock v m. H-turtiiD, tvrs Ltntisvilltr e W y Monday aul Krit:ivat 4 o'clock p. u. MT Tbrowrh Bill H LatUfeC bfl Rfva for i obaooo or othr frelpfct to Balttmoi or ew York at as low rated it tu t L wer thaii bvanj othf-r route Raaaelggon or freight lakm at parket-boat rates for any point on abe Ohl Iliver urn Own River. bif ' Tli- j ii!ieD;t'i' aA-coiuTnod.itioiiH of the firey Kafle are notnrpaasad bv uy boat apoa -the West ern vraaara. Apply on boacii or t- JO'.iS B. II ALL, jui;e7-i!tt' No. 3 Wafer street. JTj CAIRO EKIU'LAR PASS EM QKB PACKKT, CHARUCT BOWKS, Lff?'1:' Okxteb, M.v ivt Kvansvillc JjsiB&al TiMaday aui Saturday, at 12 o'clock M., arriv itig at P.nlucah at ti u'chk, A. M., Cairo at 12 o'clock, M., WednesrlrtV and Saturday. Rt turnin'4, leaves Cairo rery Wednesday and Sunday, at 7 o'clock, P. M., and Baal Inland every Thursday and Monday, at 9 o'clock, A. M., connecting at Kvansville with the Evausville and Crawfordsville R. It., and Packets for Oreen River. Also, con necting at Smithlau 1 h ith Cumhcrland River Pack ets ; at Cairo, with .Memphis, Now Orleans and St. Louis Packet. Tickets can he obtained on hoard the boat for all Eastern Cties. sept23 J' SJ.VS Sl I, . jJJVIi JF'JJJ LCJH M J 1' A 0 K E T The fine steamer DUNBAR, t.us. Fowler, muster, 'UM' 't - h aves Kvamville vry Motnhtv. Jffita;! a-Jg W ednesday, and Kri! iy, at 12 o'clock M. Leaves Padocah erory aNtaadaya Thua'iav, and Saturday, at 9 o'clock A. BE. Oonsjaetlaig at KvatiSTille with the Kvansrille and Crawfordsville Railroad lor all paiatl Nortii and Kust, with packets for Louisville Oreen, and Wabaati rivers. At Paducah with pack ets for St. Louis, New Orleans, and the Daily Mail boats for Cairo, Nashville, and Tennessee river. 4tJ5""BnHinetts promptly attended, and charges for freight and passage, same as charged by the regu lar packet. Through bills of lading given to New Orleans and all p i!:M nu thu Tennessee ami Cum berland rivers auglS Off SOUTH rW&.f-ATO,V -fV pond RIVER. TIm eleaaot pn.ssrn-er st amr T.T K RA VKS, I 1 HCvnHALDi natoeri i aylor, ;iera will make regular tli-wookiy trips to .South Car r.l tu and Pud Itiver, It-avin; on 31oud:iys, Wediicidtiyfi and Frulayd. Kor freight or pasae, npply on boar I. de20tf FORWARD'G & COrfTMISSION. H S NEW ARRANGEMENT. The A:ams Express Company respectfully an nounce to their friends and patrons, the public of Evausville and vicinity, that , with increased facili ties for the transportation of FREIGHT, 1 A C K A G E ' . voir Br a x u valuable & They solicit s continuance of former favors. Es pecial care ta!;h iu the collection of Bills, Drafts, Notes, and the transportation of small and valuable packages. All persons wishing to avail themselves of the fa cilities of i ho Express, can obtain any desired infor mation in reference to the routes and details of tbe business, at their OrBce, on Fiist street, between i i.i.l Locust, opposite the Post Office d 1" O H FISH A rent Old Established Wharf lioat EVANSVILLE, IND. P. a. O'RILEY & Co. COMMISSION M K RC If A N TS . Grenernl Knilr ' , feHmh'.it , and Kxprf-" Acaaffa r?peeiHl Agents tor the PENN. CENTRAL RAILROAI;; Utd connections, over which we are authorized to Kii -through receipls at tile lowest ncssible late Having a mammoth Wharfhcat at the lauding, i th i largest on the Ohio River, callable of storing and protecting all merchandize liable to damage ' from exposure, we are prepared to facilitate the dis- j patch of all consignments, foiwarded tc- our care ' RIVER, RAILROAD OR CANAL, j Particular attenti n paid tu UeceiviuK, Stvri?:(C wid Kerwnrdin, also, to the Sale of any Produce, or other property, consigned to us for sale, and satis- j faction guaranteed. i t!!i e atid extensive Warehouse on Water street, ! adjoining thri Telegraph, and on the Wharf boat, where we are to be found, attending to the interests I of our patrons at all hours, day aud night. With our superior facilities; longstanding; un- i tiring energy ; and knowledge of our business, we ! feel confident of gh ing general satisfaction, and I hope to merit a continuance of the e.xteusivepatron- I age we are now enjoying. Liberal eaeh advances will be made on allcousign. ! merits to either ourselves or correspondents iu any of the principal markets, North, East or South , P. G. O'WILEY A CO. CITY OF EVANSVILLE -VS. SCHAPKER & BUSSING. Viiwo? tup tro.y'oiL.t ttt.p ctTW i-liads" have seest fit toenrich ns by an aaetbst ant aaeeaasaesU of our taxable proierty, and becaus we irill M0t make oath to an uncertainty, and failed to uotice that we must attend to a part "which usually was the Asst ssor's duty . we have to submit to an unjust taxation. Row, for fear that the city's financial affairs are in a condition to cause such a course towards the tax-payers, and iu order to make tbe "beet" out of a "bail" barsrain, ami tw sustain the city s credit, we will taku city nd I louji,, ufuosiw ury i in a rate that no one .111 olject to, and .sell goods for (hem and cash very cheap in order to close out our summer ftoek. SCHAPKEB it Hl'siSlNG. Slice ssor to ti. Kmbich tt Co., )alyl9 No. 4;i Main street. BJT JOII.riOJ noon 'M a ki: and Biaiik Book Manufaclurer KVANSVILLV:, INDIANA. VBUnfc Bvolu rnit il, pai;oti aitd mi-tln tn nnUr Lf the bM ti.t -t, ir.-m , &mimuIun ti thv !i i;et Lftici. Hatiic aad Maraziu;r4 !muii in any illNED TO SCTCKKP GEORGK THOUNHILL takes pleasure ba rn arming his old customers that iu the quality aud style his work, be Jlatters himself be cannot be excelled. lie miy still bo found at the corner of Second and Slain streets, where the choicest Har ness ''nd Saddles ,f every description can be obtain ed on the best of terms. tJ- Itepairiu lone with nearness and dispatch Second-hand Harness ilnaja on band. jol gfttsJ. COMMERCIAL. EVANS VILLE RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED DAILY FY COOK & LANGLEY, iVu'crs in all kinils of Kaiu-y uth StHpIf Kniily Groc-rien, ut the Eureka Udzanr, No 7a Miiin et. I LULU AND FEED 'Veal, per lb. paw 10(U,ll Flour, extra white -wheat ; Perk, " per sck of 98 1!'....2.7j FISH Do. sack vi i9 tbs...l.4 I.MaUielel, No. I .12U Corn Meal per bu IX) ,l extra ioess.1 Bran, ivr ltOlk 7" " No. 2.small.2T,.J Com. per bu. SDjSaloiou. pftr Its Io OROCKr.IKS ' smoked 22 Snar, prime. K. 0 10Cod, per Dv " A. I. crushed. .12 , Halibut, smoked 15 " powdered l2Vi Herring, Bait. Boo....:5.1.. Coffee, Rio 10"3 White Fish, fresh lake " Java 20i per lb " Mexican 1 Trout, do do do 10 Roasted 20' PRODUCF. Tea, Imperial WIU, 1.00 Potatoes, old, per bu... ' Gunpowder..756 .1 ..r0 " near " 43 " Young nyson.40(iiSl , Beets, per bunch 2V- " Oolong Black.JOyjiSI j Carrots, do 'ilZ 11 English Break- j Onions, do 2 fast 75; Pieplant, do 5 laases.reboiled per .Lettuce, per head.. .14 gallon 50jCabuage, do '-iitr 1 sugar house tiOi Cucumbers, each I Baltimore syi up. .70 ! Peas, per peck 20 Beans, white per (it o FRUITS Apples, dried per lb. ..8 Peaches, do do 124 Currants, Zante,pr lb 10(al2V: Ilams.sug. cm 'd can- vassed per 11 i Ilacpberries, per at " plai in 13 PrOMs, Gr. per lb.. .124 Shoulders ... ....1I " Turkish 124 Sides, clear 13 Beef, d'd sugar cur'd 12- Pork, pickled 10 Butter, prime table.. .-20 " for cooking. 15 Cheese, new 10 old Lard... 12 Raisins, extra 20 " Cooking No 1 ..15 FLUIDS Alcohol, per gal 75 Burning fluid, pr gal. 75 Lard oil, per gal 1 10 Coal Oil 901.00 Vinegar, pure cider 20 CUT MEATS Milk, per qt Beefsteak, loin peril... .9 MISCELLANEOUS round H. Chickens, old, each 25 " roast 8 Lamb, fore qr 8 " bind qr 10 young dologj-o Eggs, per doz.. .11' Ice, per 100 lbs... The City Makkki. There is a dailv maiket for ! produce open from i to 8 o'clock in the xnoining. the two City Jlarkets being open on alteruute days as follows : The Upper Market John Robbers, market mas ter is open on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings, at the time specirtvd. The Center or Lamasco Market Frant. Schnei der, market master is open on irionday, Wednes day, and Friday mornings, at the hours mentioned. There is also an afternoon market open at the Center Market house from 4 to liu'cbs k i . on Satui d;iys. New York market. Nkw York, July 27. la Flour little more is doing, both for export and hon; consumption, but tbe market still continues heavy, and holders are compelled to meet the view3 of buyers in order to realise. Hales l.:,120bbls at G5 10 for super State; 5 10(ri;5 30 tor extra State; 4 905 00 for super vVestern; 5 05j,5 25 for common to medium extra Western; 5 25n '5 50 for shipping brands ex. round hoop Ohio; closing heavy. Greater pari of sales for export. Canadian Flour doll and droopiug, particu larly common brands. Rye Flour in lim ited damand at '.i 504 20. Corn .Meal quiet and nominal. Whisky dull and drooping; sales 250 bbis at 2uic. Wheat without change. Shippers are disposed to purchase, but the extreme scarcity of freight room, and high rates asked, operate as a serious check upon business. Sales 13,000 bushels common Milwaukee Club at 1 21; 8,300 bushels choice spring at 1 iCl 17; 6,000 bushels winter Red Western at 1 25; 2,500 bushels Red State at 1 20; 1,000 bushels White Canada at 1 31; 900 new White Western at 1 33; 30u new mixed Ind. at I 25 ; 300 bushels white Michigan at 1 30; GOO bushels new white southern at 1 40. Rye quiet at SHfor Canada. Corn steady aud in moderate demand; sales 8,100 bushels at 'l(St)l . for sound mixed western; 20,000 bushels to arrive sold at prices within the rnnge. Oats plenty i.nd dull at 37Ci7y40. Wool firm and in fair demand. Hides dull and lieary without any transactions of moment. Pork dull and quotation! mostly nominal; sales 1,075 bbis at 19 12(719 25 for new mess; 18 37 ,18 50 for old ditto ; 20 25 for clear mess; 13 0014 25 for new prime; 12 50(?jl2 75 lor old prime, including 100 bbis new prime buyer's option 90 days on private terms. Beef quiet and steady. Cut meats quiet aud Steady ; BOaaJl 8ale8 ; smoked meat firm at 9 j 10 for shoulders; 1213 for hams; 1 1 j for sides. Bacon dull aud nom inal. Butter quiet at 10ia.lt; for Ohio : 10 (j19 for slate. Cheese in moderate request at i(rf 10.. Cotlee very ht m ; sales 2,800 bags Rio in Philadelphia at ?5J; 50 bug3 Government Java at 18.; 50 bags Mnraciribo at 14 ; 135 bags San Domingo at 13. To bacco the lower and medium qualities of Kentucky in better request; 350 hhdswere taken at 9JQ10, other descriptions dull and depressed. Sugar not quiet so buoyant, but no actual decline. Cincinnati DIarket. Cincinnati, July 27th, p. w. Wheat dull; red 95l 00; white 1 001 03 Corn lair demand at 40(??42 ; not much offering. Oats irregular at 30(a:32c tor new ; 3344 for old. I'rovisions quiet but firm. 100 hhda of bacon aides sold at 11 J; the prices iisked are 9(o9.V for shoul ders ; ll(S llj for sides, and 13c for clear side?. Nothing; done in hulk meats ; they are held at 81 0, and for heavy 9ides I03. .Mess pork nominal at IS 75(o. 19 00; the latter price for good city brand?. Nothing doing in lard, and no demand. Active demand for sugar; sales of 3000 bhda at SJWJJ. Coffep buoyant; sales of 220 bags at "l 5. 15. Molasses dull at 44c. Fair demand for money. Exchange ou New York ic. premium. Additional Klver News, Messrs. Chandler i Cooper of Cin cinnati have offered $4,000 for the Coneu-a-ijo. Capt. Spencer is taking time to con sider. The refitting of the ate Euros is about completed, aud, no preventing Provi dence, she leaves for Bowling Green to-day. The Sallie IAtt, from Wheeling, was at the wharf yesterday evening ami put off considerable freight, among which we notic ed 100 bbis whisky, 30 bales batting, 25 boxes candy, a lot of wrapping twine, and othr freight. Ai.iiaxy, July 27th. Much fctdiug ia es prtsscd to-day ou the removal of Mesirs. McQuade, Sigshee, and Galjney from ihe CttStoBl House, and tbe appointment of Far rell, Grilfin, and Hlanehard. The three newiy appointed officiali were all prominent in Ihe movement which defeated Krastns Corning; for Congress, and eleeUd John H. lieyno'ds l.y a union with the Republicans. One of the appointees is the editor of the Evening Standtff&fBnKVinnage), and the working editor of the Morning "Knicker bocker 1 Republican ;. The Albany Wide Awaks turned out in i great numbers lt night to attend the di d cation of it wigwam at Troy. "00 went up in uniform. CiiKAtiO, July -Till. Francis A. Hoff man, who wn? nominated af Ihe last Re publican State Convention, aud who pub lished his inten'ioti to withdraw, has, it is 1 understood, in accordant with resolutions passed at two Congressional Conventions concluded to withdraw his resignation, and consented to run as a candidate for that office. " St. Louis 9-r Rice 7 Pearl barley 7 Split peas SZ -PROVISIONS MISCELLANEOUS. WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING MACHINE, No. 5 First Street, tetween Main and Iiocnat . OVt'liH TO THE PUBLIC WW Wheeler t Wilson's Improved Sewing Ma : chine at reduced prices, with increased confidence i in its merits as the best and most reliable family sewing machine now in use. It sews equally well 1 on the thickest or thiuest fabrics make the lock stitch impossible to unravel, with the essential I advantage cf being alike on both sides, forming no i ridge or chain on the under side; is simple in con j strut Hon, more speedy in movement . and more durable than any other machine. W e give full in : structions to enable the purchaser to sew ardinary seams, stitch, hem, fell, qnilt, gather, bind, and tuck, all on the same machine, and warranted lor I three year. Wo also keep on constant l,v hand a full assortment of Singer's machines. 1 Circular containing testimonials of the above machines, from persons of the highest standing East and West, giving prices, .tc, w ill be furnished gratis, on application in person or by letter. feb91v F. M. S b LLM A N W9EJI10 IM.. -M.9L have removed above Main. Ji.J. I O !.HVktt CO. to W'lter rtleet. tbleJ dol.ls car WE are now aana4hotrig WeU' Talent Fold ing Spring Ked, the best aud mot eonwnieur now iu use, ai it can be moved or handled without auy trouble. Call and examine thm. lanSS St. Charles Saloon. NEW PROPRIETORSHIP AN ENTIRE RE-ORGANIZATION. QKM. from Noa I ised the ST. CilARLES SALOON, on First Mret; nearly oj(.o eite the lat Office, and have r fitted it in an ele gant and attractive ?tyle. The new proprietors have bad long exj.'eriencc as keepers of bshionabte and popular Reetanrautl in New Orleaiw, and they aril I einU-avor, In ri llt'W houj, to cttiuidiie a) tin' elefMicfev atid of Northern and Suutlit rn Uaittauratd iu iuxr.rifr tht ST. CHAB LES. They have l-ronht a lnrpe and ccinpleJe hh-1i f choice Litjuor.' lrwuj N w Orhwifd, which riiey collected a ith caie during their buainefi in that city. Th- ir cou!iccions and acquaintance in that city will enable them to obtmH the choicest mp piie." of Lijtiort, Fruits, and luxuries from that market in future, aud they will Bpare no expense nor pafau to iuuke the T. CIIAKLES surpass, hereafter, ita ftprnter representation, as a ple.sHnt Saloon, n place of good Living, and ele iut, reriiu-d iiud InxiiriotM raaort. tfc3r- BUliard pi.ijera a ill find at thai Saioou a et of tbe fluent marble top Billiard Triblrr. from the well known aud celebrated factory of J. M. itrkutj wick 4: Co. The uiidersigned flatter thenuelvea that long ex perience and earefnl ill tent ion frill nab! them to merit a reputation iv)ual t ny .sh1oi tu tlie went- eru couutry . -5' A splendid Lunch will bo Burvod mt'St disproved tyle, evtrv Daorutni; 1 lb, HAM M E II f,at- DRkiriFSS, I" Vu ( lan Hilit CO-PARTNERSHIP, arjr jfjsrtt it. .Hi.KRtjuj ti.i vtj'ti sTjff ptjrrji rsi Ccnaa B. H. ITiiiBiinitlUs . (for merly of the tiriu of B. Nurre t Co.) half of the Raw-Miil at the upjier part of the city, th il eatali lisbinent will hereatter I allied on by the uuder- siiued, oader thn firm and .siyle ol Ahleimg it Brommelhana. The mill will coniintw to til! nil orders fi r T.nm lar promfitly and with care Or4en S'-lieited. api21-dtf AlIl-F.Kl.Nii J BKOHMELHAC& jn o.. p thi mo jv.v t : .mm nice stock of trimmed anil untrimmed ni-ts on band, and whieh will l.,- sold cbea to lose out, at the my Goods tnrn of SfllAPb KB . I'.l 8SIIG, jnueJ No. in Main ptienj. T860. SPK1NG&SUILIER 1860. GOODS. i QfI.J'tiI. V a- It ti II, I. - HP h'PPCT- ! 9 fully inform their numerous fiiend. and tie I public generally, that they ure dnily receiving ac I cessions to their large and varied stork of Sirring and Sumner Goods, which, lor clearance, style and j variety, cannot be surpassed. Jt arostld I,- s-iper-I fluous to enumerate all the departments which) on I Inspection, will be found replete embrachlgaft the I leading styles and novelties of the season, j The business principles which have gained lur their bid established bouse sr.cb extensive patron ! atre, will Isi adhered to, viz.: Execution of orders j with dispatchattention ar.d courtesy to cu. iom-i-rs, combined with moderate charges. Their I stock having been purchased with care and jtid- Me ut in the best markets, aad of first gnality, to j getber with an adherence to sound principles of j trade, they are confident of being aide to supply ! those who may favor them with a call on the best ' terms. Autiexed they submit a list of departments. Cloths, Ciissimeres, ami Vesting-, Tweeds, Ry. .leans, Cottonades and Denims, New Style Prints, a gfeat variety, French Orgaiel ii-s. Lawns and Qtnahanas, Kuglish herag,'-i, anadais and Challis. Black and Fancy Silks, and Irish Poplins, Mohair Goods fur traveling dresses, French Berae BanBesv5 to 11 Volants, " Organdy " 6 tu U " Silk and Gingham Cmbrellas ond Parasol-, Panama, Braid, Leghorn and Palm lists. Boots and Shoes, Si lt Black and Colored Hals, White, Blue and Pink Uosqnito Netts, French and Bcotch EmbroioerieSy a reat variety , Black Lace Mantillas and Points. Hosiery, Cloves, Mitts, aud White and Colored Corsetts, White Goods, Notions, Dross Trimmings, Ac, .t c. S. A B. would call particular attention to their stock of Irish Linen Goods of their own importa tions, warranted Pure Linen, soft finish and Grass Bleached couMstingof Ja, 4-4, 0-4 and 12-4 Linens, Brown and Bleached, Damasks all sif.es. Linen Cambric HandKerchiets-, Towels, Brown and : Bleached flanks, Ac. N. B. Thompson's Skirts, requiring no Steel Spring around the body, are recommended for the following neonUarit.es and advantages : 1st. Facility of application. 'id. Perfect freedom from liability to chafe or ex coriate, and admit of any kind of exercise without the slightest inconvenience to the wearer. learner Main and r irst streets. S TUHV. The undersiTiied having engaged the Tobacco Busiuess, with the purpose of suppl ing, if possible, the wants Qt The home markit. mi now" reared lu pnay a well sole'-ted stock o, nianufax.r -s. 'tobacco from Missouri, Kenturky and Teuiessre Leaf, iu Pouuds, Fives, liales, Eights, la' i i lets, in any desired package. Terms liberal, and acceptable discount tor Cash purchases, but no sale less than live boxei. A. GL'MBKKTS, jyS No. 105 Main street, KvansvUic, Ind. MISCELLANEOUS. DU. HAAS, having leased the rooits formerly(r cupied by Dr. Kivett, iu Dr. liray6 building, op2o sie the Office, for a Hei ies of yean, would re- punl fully solicit the cttfaeM of ETanvillo and the aurroundinfr towns and country, 4o visit hit rooms aad see the specimens on exhSMtton, w hether thev uetl the services of a Dentist or not. Since the issuing of his latt circular and ndver Uaaaaafit) over a year 8in e, eeveral improvemenls and new in v.'in i(iib have been made, of which he haa availed himself, and allows nothing that will uaaaTa tbV interMts el ii i patients, to pas un M'eured. His tjvilitien are letter and raCablteh ment larger, witi'out doubt, lint nny other in onr State, and e.ual tany in Eastern cities. A!l thpae who need IVutal anerafioni performed, and are pleasedwith his work, shall be attended ;;i frith great pleasure. The following are tlie styles of work manufactur ed by him: t SonUnoonc nm: iHoca cr Carted i Work; Vulcanite Banc; Coraltte; Amber; Ch'-ot -j tic; tlold and Silver work. Welallia can excel the b -auty arid eleanlintHUk t ! the contiiiuoiis Kuni vv. rk. It without a s 'mi 1 or crevice, rheeks tli.it an- sunken can be restored to nearly thwir original c ntoitr by this style of : work, nod alM by the nee of the Vulcanite, (.Vital I ite, aud Amb r 5his . The hitter styles, for liht j iiess aud adaptHtit.n to difficult Dntba, eei ail , ceis anything we have ever seen. Hp has eeveral nnn-sth t ie,s for e!ttlati&g pi.:ti WbeB extracting teeth. They art- p rfectly harm- lss. TaoBjoiiC rieKcate can have then Applied. He does net advertise Hnythina be cannot do, nor exhibit anything n t mud by himself I Parents should consult the health and be c ty t ! their children by havinthe Hc-ntivt direct Iheir ! Tin.l dentition, t heteb rodiivi!! n ne-t r atid I health to th.si- invaltnide ii::is. Irre-rularity if children's teeth ror reefed bfc i ceeatolrT. T3:o-e having; deenre.l teeth, sh"iild either ha them extr-t; teii or h!hd -it titter Itfje birtt-r if ps- "iblei. ! h hew! Hi .t trie ; j iii- teeth deinatsd this. MJ " I takr pteaffnr in ! my 8u.'(v-mt to tin idd n hovLue h- v- fi! Hnd ie m h i ti- s atffl i ) i iuro.b:.-ir:r Jlt f:'nis rn tit s vi mi l. -.i II! - Una-, rdinjc, able Kri'i'i nr :nTriiur-e Mirri fbt ! ..!.'i, I ! am jdeased t find him one if the" proressin-r ; p.tsst -sitt; :;i-de ami htuib profes-;i"iijt T id.lt; iy and '. stuudin-r. W it h this view i can. a ith iiwt$, raconi- soend him to the comniutivfi tn a -kilTful .tu t iim- petr:t dent-t (mayJS) J. KIVKlT. CKABLES BABCOCK, importer and Dealer in Ooadt aud Saddlery Hardware, MAIN STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. M 2 rant;emeTiip wit h Eurcren and A mcrican niauufacturerai for a ditct s?ipjly of all goisili my line, I am enab!e'l to crfer inducenentr , that can 1 not fail to be to the interest of all engaged in the i bUMfi'S? to give me a triii!. I name in part: axles, springs made of tl e bvt ! steel; bands, enameled and of all kinds id" batinr, j cloths, linings for carrinq-es, varnishes, raMi'n; oi ' all kinds, saHdlw trees, English bridle leathers, bit?, ! stirrups, spurs, hantes, tine silver bame. of kinds, Jenny Lind Gig Tr.s-s, self-adjusting ktvlt, Taylor's patent hames, fly nets, shoe t hi ends, hor.- j blatikets, London Girth Webs, American (linn I am ein Webs, both cotton and wursc.'d; Londol I Welt M;ius. a tiiiperior article; ivory, gmta iwrha I and brsss lined jnartengul rirj:s; sniif;! i"r kereati j for horse covers, the bent quality di Carriage btilte, patent gig trves, &c, Ac. I Keep in (act evorytbing nvpertaining tu eiibm ! branch ef the business, and Bndoratatidfng both j branches thoroughly, we woidd rpect'::lly invit j your attention before purchasing elsewhere. I tin also Kge.it for ward! Patent Spriu t Sm.'.II . an20-dAw BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY, l.'i . ."ii fit. JBJfta ti.j. K. Pntrhcr. woulil Ksmetfallji gire notice tbat thev unntaoture to nidt-r, ami have constantly on ham!, all kisssV.af Hoots ainl Bku , lor Ladies', Gente. ami t'hi Id reu's wear. Haviag i replenisbed their stock of Kastt-ru work, they are I prepared to sell a low as any OIIWI in this cit' en i gaged ill the retail trade NaMte lott Phiiailetphia I u-orkuien are employed in this esiahlishuieut. ' Please give us a call. ' 1. 41. OURRSV A' I'd. sBajrl-Osn 1 9 of tba Bsccam Itssttaaacs 'o on pam', ( ictoher i 1, IS59-- -f TH. ! Caah on hand ! Oath in Continental l 8M 4fi aaraifnaa In- vertttnent Wi-'4 00 'iiah iu Ben It llniniiiimaaallti r,l'J7 47 Total S5,38J 'J7 Hank St..ekn .fio shares Bsnvlt i'oniinerre rii " Am'n Kx. llauk f list Hank New York II ' H'k N. America SM alls par val. J-.il, ism wort It tQt , Teatnorars Leans aecared by 11,008 U. S. Cesrnoa Wrsarle and 9ft stiares Beaattsts Fire IiiM.ranco Company 12,'ltsioo I Bonds ami .Mortapes b.-ing first lien, Ac 4f..1 r-r OH ; Premiums uncollected 2,501 tJo i Accrued Ins. on Kor.d and Mortgages A 'iemporary Loans i,7-t 71 I Balauie dm truru Agents pi let Total i.'apital Stock ! Surplus Uft4,K9l .SO $54X1. IMMI IKI 44,S1 811 9644,801 80 .K'SKI'H W'AI.KKR. Pres't ei. rotary. No Liabilities. Ii. I.. Hay STATE OF N'KW YORK, . CITY iS COI'STY OF NEW YoKK. J Personally appeared before me this Jlth day of Nuveml,er, A. D. 18oir, Joseph Walker, President, and Uichard L. Haydock, Secretary, of the Been, rily Fire Insurance Company, of the City of New lurk, ai'.t severally affirmed licit the within stat tnent by them subscribed is correct and true to the ; best oi 1 heir knowledge and belief. THUS. L. THOKNKLL, Commissioner for the Ste.te of fndiaua, iu New York, j This Company lias complied with the law of In I itiana concerning Insurance Companies, and is pre : pared to take risks in the City of Frnsisrillf and ! Vanderburgh coanty, Ind E. il. BASIS, Agent, dec16 7 Main street. Ova nptiijt vri-if .vi ovt is second to none HI lieanty and symmetrical proporti rm. Lovers of a comfortable, gooil-hiking, I fine and durable Hat will be sure tn get sotted and ; titted. Bring in your orders, gentlemen. : French Felt &Cassimere Hats, Alwayri on luind and niadu to order ut uuj wkfttxpa or rolur The Cricket and Zouave Hat, J um returning iuto ihion tor Sfprin; Jt tHxmWmtT, WOOL AND FUR HATS Of every imaginable shape, color and quality. iS t x sk, sjv C3-oods. An Immense stock, nUt low will sell at corresponding figures. CAPS, CAPS. A vpry iHrgi- atrn fc on hnnd nil the !:itet wtjle4t. MISSES' FAMCY HATS. TIm heat ever seen iu thu city. Infant, Boys' & Youths' Hats, An endless variety for Spring antl Summer. VAUTIKK J: MAliCONMLK, apr-t 39 Main street. LOWING AND THRFSHING M -5L O X-3Z X 3bT 5S. JI SH.tHPP A" CO., P t.K, -M- ti Ind . agents far the following Machines, which are the most approved patents now in use. Reapers and Mowers. w. a Wo.,.!' ptoM-d Mower. K. Ball's Champion Beanerand Mosser, Self li.iker, I ran Harvester, I fntiii-ky Harvester, Kacaeye Mower, B, Haifa Reaper sad If v.-r. Threshinsc Blachiues. liallston's Improved Thresher, Pitt's Patent Thresher, Moffitt's " " roay22.1y MISCELLANEOUS. .urr uitvcKKiEs. .i wfsr.r. isaorted utm k c.t Pri-rMrrs, i ih rules, , FlavoriiiK lvxtmoto, Ksarncea, Orsters, 8ar- Pickle, )iirt OH, Spies, Nnt, Isinglass, Ac. salt Um ut VI .'KKKY HKOS.. Saui dine All I iaoalS Nu. 2 Main i.t. m9. "0 li.iUUKI.H- 4 K.1H W OMer," tft liniic jualitv, lir Pii-kli-s, rtr. jipt30 8. K. QlIrBRBT a i v. tk'iman tad French Night School. fWMIMi WljyMfJBMBBttM'M.n .noHT HK- M apectftillT ln'-s l.av,- lo inf. rui liis fricrids ami tlie pul'l e in HCOeral, that ba lia .H-npii a night srluml lor the Instruction of llit- I'n m Ii i il Ci llifll laniiac s. Being graaiuttA nf i Fiirnan Liiivrrsitv, ami a laaokOT ul practice MM) exrs-ri-i nce, WBicli In- lias ncom bj exertion during a tiuml-r of viais, hv hotf(o MMhV all thnsi- alio maj entrust IhrmsalTi-ii r entrussad unto bis i-iiri-, anil li srn tin- imtmnage f bis f.-l!..:-iitii!ei Also, v.iuiiti rlrratiueji saol i-iniiiiti. af ttie fgatpMt are ri-qili-sli-i! t take im1 Hebrew kmaktMav. far I it of liis lis-. ii- in tlie rtictktra, app'-v to . M. DSLBaSCO, Modem I.allgliaAi Miineicial t 'iilicgc. . iv .I' It rlt . I - Il .1 li. ll a I liami a SwLKitl ii M 8 il .a . . ; i 6 k - -rrt z ... -'....4-- J-'l 0 0 PS il o n .v.- i H N' 3 ft rrrj -s5 Pi L I. 0 0 W cm alsu tnruisib i il.i.K r( ' A 1. 2-.S vl aii v pa E. rj Tbese Scales arc front ti.i niitiitiutctorj i( T. Ktl!ttNKS a- ' ., St. JoHintliurK, fet. limllt. kvi-rv Untie it test 1 noil Be li'il, ) Vi Hi .iiti'l ci-riv.-t. for Ui.l iiiii-itiuii we rd ourt.-itiil- of iierstius usliig tfieio. llti!;M;Uii K 0f., nil Wni r ttrara. Csa 9 IP HOOJ LAN U S GERMAN MEDICINEo ! 1 il axKAT o m 4 r n i ,- , , V .1 l r .' U J) R E M 1: UQ&t'ltJ SV ti A X B 1 T T A' U & G E R J! Witt POSITIVELY CHUM Liver (VBiphiints. Dftpmprih. Jmutllce, N rvt. Mrirtttg from it diaordt red HtcT, or wctki.t-Hs ( Htomavh and din'f oriXHiis, and win. r.JSiTivfci, rr.KVi:r.T YclitsU afef-cr, mtifiWm V ' t7", ami r'i'T tlHl A,j- See ot$r Alrn.ui.ic for ptvif. TtiOw 7.ctj per botttfl UOOFLA SO'S It A L8A MI f 'OHDIA L wiix ro-tiTivP(.v i t nr. 1. . , . 1 1 11 . .... . w. w : :. tn a, t'roiip, i'liLMiuiouiii, Iiti'ifiont (Jonaurnpt ion uud has pfitonucd tht8 nn-st aatoitiahiu CWM S kuowti of C O N V I K M E I) CO N ri II M 1' T I O X As a Iiiai rhiea cordial it Is nnaanaleri. I'lm, cents per bottle. kooFLANMi germ an pills, lv-iiijr weM-kuown 1 hi oughout Karopo and Aiut: r found. PlitM tfl cent1 pr bom. Thetn iu-dirii!os art pr-ariMl ly Pr. M. Jac mtx tf '., Philadelphia, Va.t and Bt. Louis, Mo. uvrrj wrivre. 1 h ia;nalure ot L Jl. Jackson wil be on tht outrjdo of eaeh bottle or box. ft. .ii.r L-....-..I, i ill 1 . . t a. ! Ml Irmm irom all krtfl ff ilm oiintPT. Thn nlnin- BSCS are icireu awaj by ail our Bgfhttu. BEWARE OF CQVSTEBFEITfL See- rht -"'i z-r-t H fltr.d ' fw'-rniiin Ititteifl. pre pared by Pr. M. Ja-k-tsiti. Philadilpliia, Vh,, and itiMt his mi dure if t" o the rappor ot" earh bottle Kvllt-r X Whits, A. !.- i r V. rattaYlUe, Ind. Leich Jt Cmriwtm&U d. do dv B r,..r..i-l full,- iiif.irm their frlenits orul tlo, iiiit.- ,.- ... -i v (tint rli.v fail 1,-riioveil tlieir oltti and stiire to tntit- new Itwaingon irst street, mree doors .-iliove Ptne st re-t. rn-nr the fouudrv. where I J Llie mill II i(l lien i ismmii . liiie 01 stoves will be sold out at retail, at wholesale prices m oroer to close out the stoct. deca KKATZ .v fll'If-MAX. C Mf. I si IAN RHATI WM. HKILIIAN. KRATZ & HEILMAN. CITV FOUNDRY 1 BANT KACTt' II Kits AXf lit' : LDER8 OF STE.t M EKciiNt'S AND ItOILKRS, Saw and Grist Miil Jlaiiiiuery, Tobacco Screws Uummine Machines, Chinese Sugar Cane Milts, Thrasliig .'! i. , lilnes, dtc. KVANSVIM.E, IMD rWVLE PBOPBJETOBS OF THE CITY FOUlt S. ilry beg leave to inform their friends and the public in general, that thev are prepared to do all ki(jds of JlACIIINi; AND KIXISHIKd WoKK, and everything appertaining to thw Foundry biisi nes- They are manufneturiug Stkam Kniiinvs ass Bon fks of any size and power reipiireil. Saw Milt Machinery and Mill Gearing of any size; Distil lery andliuing Ma hiticry, Tobacco Screws, Qom ming Machines, Thrashing Machines, Malt Mill., lioraeiH'wrs, Ciiru-shellers, Machinery of all kind mmle and repaind. Iron and Brass QsatUssjs of ; every description, Iron iiouselrouts, Cellar Uratts j Ac. Cn king and Heating Moves cf the latent im proved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Hog Irons, 4 . BItKW Kl;s, IHSTlLLLj-.S, BB TIFIKKS.Ac, ; Supplied with every desciipfinn of Copper ar.a Sheet Iron Work, lJ.-',,ving Kettles, ItelVierators. AtteiiijsiraJcir.4, gpargns, Srilllii-ads and Worms on an improved principle, Columns for Alcohol Stills, Yeast Juj;s, Cans, Sy;!uni.--, tc? Copper, Lead and Iron Pip-; Copper, Brass and Iron Pumps of every ' vai-iety, for Ueer, spirits, oil, stc.i Brass decks and Valves, Steam Whistles, ax. Workmen sent Co all partsto tit up wss'k ami du rep.-iirs on Stesm BeHlers, COiper and Sheet Iri-n Work, An. OLD METALS BOUGHT. They are) dealing iu and selling Allen's Improved stijim CincsB, Wrought Iron welded Pipes and To bing, Hirasn Hopkins' Improved Smut Machine, Stephen iiugbes' Flour Separators, a, , ,,,,, Pais. ingCioth, Gum Elastic stsiiinK, 1'ackiitg, il K-. of t,'-e best kind; Tlnptate, Sheet Lror., Block TI, Pig Iron, Babit Metai, Spelter, Fire Brick. They have every facility tJf t lis- best Machinery aud w-.;i kmeii, and v ill give all work eutrusted to them, their iudiidnal atteutioa, filliug orders promptly, warnuitliie. tWir w..rk, and an- satisiied with rnaaormfrhi prlrrs Office and Salt-!:.... j.-. No. GO Main -tint; rVondeiy, Boiler Yard us I Machine Sle i i 'i Piue street. betwMii Fiftt ' :. ! : - , llvat.s- rilie. Indiana. i 3 C '- - - ttW J. W. 11 CO II r 10 Main street, Evansriile t. 38 crates assorted, for the Country Trade : hand.