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i the fJattg 0ntRl. TRAVkLERS' GllDE. .Ovanaville & f rawfonUvlU R. R. rEr.V RTI EES. .ewmmcxiatlun Train 6.00 A. M. .Jail Train - 9.15 'tail Train 4.56 P. M. Accommodation 3.30 " Siraincrt Regular Packets. roa Cairo. r i Bowes leave Tuesdays anl Saturdays it 12 o'clock M. Arrives Mondays and Thursdays it night. FOB PABECAH. DrNBAR leaves Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri lays at 12 o'clock m Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday at night. FOR HIS'TEjnx. Gew. D- M. Whitis plies daily, leaving Evansville in th9 forenoon and returning in the evening. FOR L LI y. GifBT Eagle, of Louisville, loaves Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6 o'clock p. m. Arrives Tuesday s and Saturdays in the afternoon. Grey Eagle, of Gallipolis, leaves Mondays at 12 o'clock M., and Thursdays at 6 o'clock P. M. Arrives Sundays and Thursdays in the aftcruoou. FOR 1.1 K RIVER. Lt E Eaves leaves Mondays and Thursdays at G o'clockP. Jt. for Bowling Green. Arrives on Mon dayaaod Thursdays in the morning. There is regular daily communication with IIes i.euson and .M.vi i u.,11 by loat and land convey ance. . 1 . - - - - - EIVBR ITEMS. 8TEAMBOAT REGISTER. ARRIVED. Dunbar l'aducah: Gulden Gate, Lou.: II. i. Adams, Louisville: Emma, (Jin. PEI'AETEP. B J. Adams, N. O. Pun tar, Cairo: o iden Sta e, St. Louis: Emma, St. Louis. BOATS LEAVING TO-DAT. Charley Bowtn, Cairo: Grey Fagle, sr., Lou.: Gen. White, Henderson. The Rirer is receding again at Pitta burgh. Our Ui.spatcb.es report G feet G inch es liy the pier mark at noon yesterday. The recent rise was from the Monongahela. At Cincinnati it had risen 10 inches within the preceding 24 hours. There were then 10 feet in the channel. At Louisville it is ris ing rapidly with 4 feet in the Canal. At this point it ia also rising pretty fast. Weather clear and warm, with considera ble wind. The "big" Grey Eagle ia the regu lar mail and passenger packet for Louisville at i ; o'clock this evening. The accident to her machinery, by which the Charley Bowtn has been detained here, Las been fully repaired, and she leaves for Cairo at 1- o'clock to-day in perfectly good order. She receipts for freights through to all points on the Mississippi. We understand from Capt. Dexter that he has contracted with Messrs. Kratz & Neiltnan, of the City Foundery, for an entire new set of boilers and chimneys for the Bowrn ; the boilers, three ia number, to be manufactured from the best So, 1 Tennessee iron, fully inch thick, and furnished with two flues each. The work is to be done and ready to set up within three weeks. Tho Jiowen will continue to run regularly until the expiration of that time, and Capt. IV'Xter has made arrangements for charter- ing a boat to take her place during the j time occupied in putting in her new boilers, j which will be about one week. A Cairo correspondent says: The boilers and engines ot the Martha Putnam, which btirneil and sunk at our wharf dur ing the "free.eup' of iast winter, have been got out by Messrs. Uaird and Stewart, and are to be sold. They are in good con dition, not being much damaged. The T. C. Twitchell is not yet off the ways at Mound City. Capt. Tobin's new boat will be launched from the ship-yard of the Vessis. Howard, at Louisville, this afternoon. Thp wreck of the steamer Kate Sareket, as she now lies sunk in the Wabash river, will be sold at this place by order of th3 underwriters on Tuesday next. For particulars see advertisement. - The Memphis papers of Sunday say: The Hillman narrowly escaped burning up yesterday. Fire was by some means com municated from the doctor boiler, and when discovered the flames were making consid er iMc progress between the boiler deck and hurricane roof. Tho tlame3 were speedily extinguished- The iara fVe on her way (rum Cincinnati to St. Louis broke a shaft when ne.ir Ml. Vernon. Upon re. idling Cairo she rigged it up temporarily and pursued her jonrnejr. A heavy Storm is reported at Ilick- mati on Sunday uiiit, by which the Fair l'l iy, bound down, was badly iujurtd, one of Ikt wheels being completely broken up, and Siie lasl several horses overboard. The Cambridge, from Vieksburg for St. Louis, was l.hr.vp aenore, but not injured. She ar rited .t Cairo, on Tuesday, taking in tow tlie loaded barge of the Clara Poe for St. Louis. The 5 teats) or Wucommb was lately sunk ni-.ir Dubuque. The Wisconsin was on ot 1 1 boat and not worth much. Tiie steamer Ben. Campbell was re cently burned to the water's edge in the up per Mississippi near Buffalo where she had been for some months laid up. She was insured in the Quaker City office, E. Fay, agent; for !S,S0tl on the boat, and $500 on the sabin furniture. The Ben. Campbell was l".iilt near Pittsburg in 1852, under the superintendence of Uantt. Cod wick, for ihe 91 nine: i ta Packet Company. I'.oat.men's Convention. At a meeting of captains and owners of steamboats, plying ia the Ohio river and tributaries, held at Lou isville on Tuesday, Capt. B. J. Ctffrey was Called to Ute "chair, and t'.T. Ueeder appoint ed Seen taiy. Ten sUmuers were represent ed, all of whom joined the Louisville Union It. nevolent Association. A committee of six was appointed for the purpose of establishing rates of freight from Louisville to Tennessee river. Cumber laud river, Cairo, Memphis, and St. Louis. The meeiiug adjourned to meet again on Monday morning next, at the Inspectors' office, at the general meeting of the Asso ciation, called for that day. The best re s'llts are anticipated front this I'nion As Bociatioii -oae which will maintain freights at nnfform rates. HeafiaXa i lla 1 1 ! on il . A cot sr a, 1SI30. nir, W. "St. Alitltn t Co.: 6u bi.xes, Barnes: .-, buoCea,6. S. Sonutag; l box .0 b kales in 11 t . ; ... Dallatna ., llmdersou; II iiales bat tlng, I' Wolf v loos., Padticah. Ky.; 1 pair springs. II springs, Ghas. RaftcocX: case M., R. M. Allcu, lleudersoll, Ky.: 0 boxes, 1 cradle, 1 W. wagon, ! i cbspker .v Bussing: o boxes hats, ii. .li Xi .:. Lev. Mt. Vernon; 0 bb's grease, I'lnl- up 1) ckc: ::i .ii.i-kT, Alii t ttowes; Hal mils , L 1 M . Crane: il bags rye, B. Kustou; 2'Jd I,t.".0 Lush corn, Braiidiss A Crawford; 1 hhdice, 2 bcateade., Eilw rd lugle; V tH.xes 2 rolls leather, 4 trunks. 2 casks, P. l. O'Riley A Co.; boxes, An .. .i.e. .1 l'iar.t; :! boxes paint, Kratz .V Beilaaan; 1 box yarn; J. W. Oree ; 3'.'1 bushels w.'ieat, Oao. Koatera Co.: 1 sulky, H. Alexander; 5 doz brat raa, Vkkety Bros. A. E. SHKADEU, Agent. A NtACKSJIlTn havii been slandered, ni advised to :pply to the court for re- dres?. lie replietl, u itn line wlauom : t never sue anybody lor slander; I can go in to mi .shop .niu work out a better character "in six month that I could pel in a court-house ia a year.' INSURACE C0PELAND & NEXSEN, Gr IE- UST 3E3 H. -fiL T- INSURANCE JUtIHGY ! OFFICE: SAVINGS BANK, NO. I FIRST STREET, EVANSVILLE, ISli., rm KJB STOW PRE fJHIilt TO T.I HIi SJE Risks and issue Policies iu several of the wid est and most reliahle Insurance Companies of the United States. STORES, STOCKS, DWELLINGS, MILLS ASD MANITACTOKIES, insured at tlx nimt favorable rates MA11ISE AND INLAND : lAVIGATION Risks takeu on FLAT-BOATS, , BARGES, STEAMBOATS ami their CARGOES. I Also, applications received fur LIKE INSC BANCE. Combined Capital Represent ed, over $4,000,000. JEtna Insurance Co., Hart ford, Conn., Capital and Surplus $2,000,000 Phoenix Insurance Compa ny, Hartford, Conn., Capital and Surplus, 60,000 Manhattan Insurance Co., New York. Capital and Surplus, 40,000 Humbolt Insurance Co.. New York. Cash Capital tpMjtt 0 Charter Oak Life Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn. Cash Assets fJfiOO.OHO Merchants' Insurance Co., Hartford. Conn., Capital und Surplus, $200,000 .ZEtna Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn., Capital and Surplus, 900,000 COPELAND A- NEXSEN, Agents. GUARD AGAINST FIRE CHOICE INSURANCE CTRI IHSpCE CO. Incorporated 1819 Charter Perpetual. CASH CAPITAL $1,500,000, ABSOLUTE AND DUTlf PAIRED Net Surplus of $942,181.72, And tho prestige of 40 years snrmiM and experieDce. upwards or $14,000,000 Of losses have been paid by the .Etna Insu ance Company in the past 40 years. The value of reliable Insurance w ill I from the following apparent LOSSES PAID BY T II K A T N A nuKiao the past five teabs IuOhio 4ol,520.8: In Michigan, 158,043 .si In Wisconsin, 10,955.07 In Kentucky, 20I.M9.40 Missouri 384,518.04 Iowa A Minn. 101,3! !l.4fi Penn'a A Va.. In Indiana,. In Iltinoia... Ten oeesee, . .. Kansas X S" Ark. A (ia... 4n,trii.8i 44S,.!i7.4l 9749.21 19,945.77 23.945.0 i.Ls. Mississippi and A labium, ...S"-, li Fire and Inland Navigation I.mk.- in '. .- at toram fill iatfuit v if it silvtiicy autl : -s- pr4.rit. E$pecial attention glcn httrtu. of lil'H,LIl'(!& ami Content j' f tntn v 1 ' .r yflNr. The Holid ervic- ; ..c V4 MM .--uihv t- ifl, autl thv many HJvHiiti;t i I m Aitum 1 mmuiwkc Oomp my mu MM iu its Hiip, shontd T!-t lie orcriookeo by those ready to insure and amlilMalMUMJt thi ir b6Vt f lutereatd, Iurinp stringent tMMM M the MMWMftjf It re liable liiMiraiice becomes tiu imperative duty the ability of property owiMfft to NMtmin Iom being then much lensened. Ageuciert ia all tlie principal cities and koWBi throughout the State PolitieH tamed virh.uT Ae lay, by any of the duly authorized Aicentn ot the Com pan 3'. HurviuettH atteiitled to with (!'spat:h and ftdelitv. CUPELAND A NEXSKN, Agents, Imfl .avin-H Hank Huildniv'. Pfrst ?t BY STATE AUTHORITY. INCREASE OF CASH CAPITAL. mmii to INSURANCE BXCLH S IVSLY. FIRfi CHARTER PERPETUAL Cash Capital, Cash Assets - II. Iiihm. fwsiiialarj $400,000 $547,712.36 B. L It. il & ii. MAC.II.!., ClM'ISXATI, O. Cell-1 Agttf, se-Airenis In all the o' the Cnion.gsj princi pi LOSSES PROMPTLY 1'AIP 'Application receive!, pcitr-tefl isaood and re- newed, and all l)'sines pfriainin to the agency promptly attended to. Also applicatieiU4 ret-eived for Iile Itmiranee. in the -Ktua Life IvjsarmDQe to.. of ll.tr.i. :.!, Conn Capital and surplii" "V- r 92itltA00. COPFLANl f- Ny SI'N Agents. UN?" Ofticc, on Kir?t Jt., feet. Main M d c.. n Saiu Uunk Ihiildin. ARE YOU INSURED? DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS ! EVANSVILLE AGENCY OP THE MERCHANTS' INSURANCECO. Hartford, Conn. Cash Capital, $200,000 L I RECTO It s : Mark Howard, 8. Wixidmff, Limes Bolter, E. b'olerts. tiny It. Phalpa, Timothy She! Ion. .Limes 1'. Feoeter, Sidney . (Ti:ik. T. Ilille: , Elijah B. Owen; IT.-mer Bl.ini bartt, Richard D. Hul b.it.I. M. M. Merriman, W. L Collins. W. H. I Callelid. r i 0a7Ap plications .-ec-ied. Policies Issued and re newed, ami all business j. i tainina to the Agency nromntlv attend-. d to. tm.Losees i quit bly adjusted aud prompt ly V" at this Agcucy. augii COPEI.AND N EXES', Agents. STEAMBOATS. REGULAR PACKETS, irt t'.t jvm v t 1. 1, n .i nrB ! i bo MJ Packet. -Tbe MASONIC GEM. Capt. J. J. Puuacn, master, J. I, TrDoM.p. clerk, having been thor onshly overhauled and painttd, his entered the Evanarille and Cairo trade, wfeeresfae will ooattaae during tho fimiuitr. frh- makes two trips pet week ; leaves Evansville very Monday and Thurs day at tj v. M. lielurnin:, leavei i Cairo every Sat- : urday at 3 a. m. . and cvury WedllsndiftJ alp. jf. SI 1 1 f; v .'. t i: ti .t jh- ville and Bow lin Green Packet. The i usht draft I K Jlail Mcamerj BOWLIXi OREEX, A. I.TTEK, Captain, JOHN' TBAVIS, Cl'k, ! Leaves Evansville every Iondny and Thursday, at ; ii o'clock, p M . , leaves Bowling Green evury ; Wedneaday and Bsvtni lay. at 8 a. m . auirln -mzvjjsvir.i.K tiBJrmMB8mjv JUJ 1'ackt, SttB I. l. M. WHITE, R. L. Lancaster, master, runs as renuiar Freicht an 1 PasienRer Packetl daily (Sundays excepted) betweea this point and Ilenderson. auj:7 WW of time. The Louisville and Heu leivon Light-Draught, Swiff, Side Wheel I". S. M. and Passenger Packet, Grey Eagle, Capt. A. DONNALLV, .1. A. Lcsk, CI k, Leaves Evansville tor Louisville every Monday at 12 o'clock M., and every Thursday at 0 o'clock r. M., arriving at Louisville Tuesday and Friday I n If ICeturning, leaves Louisville every WTeduesday and Saturday eveuing at i 'clock. i li. If A L, Agent, july28-tf No. I Water street. K aiisvllle, Louisville, ami Owens horo Passenger Packet. Till'. KTVT AM' FINE STEAMER I j . O - FERRY, HAM. SMITH, Master. Ai STis A Gr.EfiU, Clerks. Leaves Evansville Wednesday! and Saturdays at 5 r. M. Leaves LouUville Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 P. M. - julgl'J Hfifcl.,J K f"..V'.' ll I. f. K JJVil M i. Cmro packet. The elegant water pa- ket, J. II. DON K, Lewis Davis, hiiit, W'm. II. List, clerk will run regularly In the Kvansville sod Cairo tfasle during tbe aaatoii. For freight or passage a-dy on boassL julyL, EVANSVILLE AM) LOO ISVI LLE U. S. MAIL PACKET, Gr x o y jE3 aglc. W. II. DA"KI ELS. Cant. S. V. IIai.i.id v, r Vrk i' J Tneedaj and S tlmday at 6 DdpcB f !. K turning, leaves LouUville every .Mi:day and Fri.bty at 4 o'clock L. M. &J Tlinitigh Bills ot Lading will bo giVMI ftrt" Tobw Co or other freight t. Baltimore or Rev York it a- low rs4M it uit lower than by any other route. Paesangori or freight takvn at pKKet-boal ratep lor any point on the Ohio River orcn Green River The :iaw n r i u . .jinni xl itiond of the Grey Esjgl - are un-urpas.-t d bv aity boat upn the West ern waters. Apply on board or (o JOHN B. HALL, juneT-dtf No. 2 Water street. JS J CAIRO RCGUItAR PASSKN " QBR PACKJST, CHARLEY BoWKN, LsjEK?? DaULTCat, Master, leave u K v;iTi-vil, feiTi'iwin.'l Tiitmlay and Sutunlay, at IS nVlock M., arriv int; at Padnc.ili at ti o'clock, A, M., airo at 115 o'clock, M., Wednesday and Saturday. Re turning, leaves t niro erery Wednesday and Sunday, at 7 o'cloi k, P. Mm unt' SrnilhhUid every Tliurnday ami Monday, al if o loek, A. M., OOnneOClDfl at Kvamville v.-itii th BTeAsrllle and i av lordsville K. K., and Pa kels for Green Kiver. Also, eon nrcting at Suiitl.Hn 1 with t'uml.erliand River Pa k ets ; at Cairo, With NMDpbie, New Orleans and it, Loui-t Packets. Tu keH can b oht,ned on bmrd tlie boat for all Eastern OUml eeptSS F.I.VS I'M t,J,K iJVI DUNBAR, tins. rowler, master, leaves Evai:svi!le aval! Mondav,, Wodnsadar, a&d l"riaayt at i o'clock 11. Leaves Padncah svery Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 o'clock A. M. Connecting at Lvansville with the Eramrviile and CrawfbrdsTtUa Batlroad lor all points North and Kiot, with packets for Louisville Green, and Wabash rivers. At Padacaa with pack ets for St, Lnuin, Now Orleans, and tho Daily Mail boats foi Cairo, Nashville, ami Tennessee river. Ci"U siuess pronaptly attended, and charges for freight and p.iKsam", same as rharccd by tbe regu lar packet. Through bills of lading given to New Orleans and all points an th TenueBsee and Cum berland rivers atrtrlfl (pit soirra tM unoMVin POND KIVKK. Tie- . le.-.rnt IWfimgtir steamer Ll'K KA V KS, ' -UtUV& NgDuVAU, Master, TavloB, Clerk, mIHmI will Ut tke regular tri-v.'eekly trips to South ai roltou and Pond River, leaving ou M Jinlayr!, Wednv-days ai.d Fridays. for freight or passage, apply ea MMfd. dcBMMl FORVVARD'G & COMMISSION. 2 'tJt.Tt i: X HM2SH sf- Jf J NKW AKIwA NO EUU7NT. The Adams Kxi'iif. w Oo&ttMtn reeyeotfatly an- I nf .iin-to tbeir friends and paArous, the public of Kvansville and rfcinity, that, with inei'ase-! CkrOI- ! tift for tire transiaMrtattOii of F H i: i ii H T , V A C K A H K S , .)! 0 .V F, V A H l V A hV A II L M t 'Phi y soln it a coi:tint:ance of former tavurs. J. i peeial car- tukvl, in the collection id Uills, Drafts, Nd S, and the transportation of pmH ami valuable paekaes. All peretms iahin-,' t. avail theinseivr-.s uf the f oilitiesof the KxpresH, can ontafcfn any desired Infor i nVtlon in lel'ei rln e to the I --iitf-is and d-iailM d th f bejsineM, at their Ottee on First street, between ' Main and Locyat. oyyoaif tle Poet Oflce da l fi. II. PISH. Aent. I Old Established Wharf Bsst EVANSVILLE, 1ND. P. a. O'RILlESli' $6. Co. COMSlJkSXO$ M V. Kt 'II A N Ts. OeuereJ Raifr-e .Steam boat, and Kxpr:-;- aui ior j pociaj Air'i.t- for the l'RNN. CSNTRACi RAILROAD; md cinnectT!', over whi:-h we are authrized to j give throivh cc- ipts t thv lowest poilde raie MaviDr mamr-n-th WharitfOat at fce landimr, the larsnet on the Ohio River, eapah.e of storing I and protactin; nil merchandire liahh- to damage ' froeji txposnrt-. wf are pMekrl te t toilltAte the dia patch of a!i -.ins.Lritint'nt", loi warded to dmt care ' hv either RIVER, RAJLKOAD OH CANAL Partitlllal attention pwiil f. UooiTinkr. M.-rin- . in I Forwarding, ab., to the Sale of any Produce, or ntlii-r prpiriy, nnainail i us fta nala. niiJ aal i- . fa, i-K-ii i. aai Maims! Offiaaaad eortaaaiaa Vavahanaa an Watf-r strei, ' aajoiaiajc tin- 'lVU-niaph, sinl on tin' Wtarf boat, ! whar, aw ail- to ba njond, atteadjns to th tetnnlatt of our pat runs at all hours, day ami niht. With tmr aapcrjajr fcrilitins ; Umg atauslteg ; nn- ' larini; snerpy; and knowledge ofsmr awainaaa, we ! fei now Bits ut of trivia: igsnrral il lafai Ifcm . and ope ii in. rit h continuant is ..f tl:,- etfasiMlsa patron, a-- wa nn1 now onjoviiijf. Liberal oaab advauo nsiU bt made on allronsig-n-neata to either onraeivea or un miaiiwidiiHla in any !' tho pi iactpal ni ii kt ls. North, Knt or South. I P. C. O'RiLEY fe CO. rBtJYKGJ B. S u Uplift Ei.s (..'. li s, etc. A" CO. d cboict qnatity . lor PfckU S. E. GnVBKRT t-:rnn- M ISE1 T SCCCEED SEOBGI THORN HILL taKes pleasure iu i: -"-niing his old customers that in the quality an I ' -y!e of his work, he rlatterb himself he cannot 1 e excelled. He may still be found at the corner f Secou.l and Main enroots where the choicest Har nesb and baddlea of even descripti. n can be olitain- the best of terms. IIepai.it ': .- .- :,b nn'-ins and ilispetrh. i ii .- .... i i-1 h,T Eua a :: ! for i;k.i. tNTAtl A 0 CiOIl. till., -i Hit.. COJ1, OIL y inst received and fot sal- at janeSO N.-. 11 MAIN STREET ed Si"': 4 do Jut received allgS COMMERCIAI,. EVANSVILLE It E TAIL, PRICES CURRENT. C'orrccceii Weekly by COOK i LASGLEY, Dealers ia all kinds of Fancy and Staple Family Groceries, at the Eureka Bazaar, So 75 Maiu st. FLOt r, AND FEED ;Veal, per lb. Flour, extra w bite wheat i Pork, "... persck of 98 lbs. ...2.75 FISH 8lU I0ll Do. sack of 49 lbs.. .1.10 Mackerel, No. 1 VllA )rn Meal per bu iiO extra uiess.l7;i Brau, per 100 lbs 75 " No. 2,small.2 Corn, ir bu jOiSaluioo, per lb lo GROCERIES " smoked tH Susar. tirime W. OlOailiOod, per lb " A. (.crushed.. HiHalibut, smoked 15 . !iudered UVi Herring, Bait. Roe....3 Coflee, Rio 18'iWhite Fish, Iresh lake " Java 2Di per lb .- , Mexicaa 18 Trout, do do do 10 ' Roasted 20! PRODUCE Tea, Impel ial 50A1.00I Potatoes, old, per bu... j " Gunpowder..75(ai 50! new - 80 j " Young IIyson.40(a;51 1 Beets, per l.unch 1 " Oolong Black. 40(0.31 (Carrots, do 2Vi ; ' English Break- Onions, do 2 i last 75 1 Pieplant, do 5 Molasses, reboiled per (Lettuce, per head X, gallon 60Cabbage, do dvjjo sugar house KOjCucumbers, each I " Baltimore syi up.. 70i Peas, per peck 20 " 6t. Louis 9S Beans, white per qt 5 Bice 7IFKD1T8 Pearl barley 1 I Apples, dried per Ib.. Split peas S Peaches, do do 12J PROVTSIONS (Currants, Zante.pr Uams.sug. cur'd can- lb I012- vassed per lb 15! Raspberries, perqt " plain 14l Prunes, Ger. per lb. ..12 Shoulders ltij " Turkish 12J Sides, clear 14 i Baisins, extra 20 Beef, d'd sugar cur'dl2 " Cooking No 1 ..15 Pork, pickled 12)4 FLUIDS Bntter, prime table. ..20j Alcohol, per gal 75 for cooking. 15i Burning fluid, pr gal. 75 Cheese, new 101 Lard oil, per gal 110 old JCoal Oil 901.00 Lard 14' Vinegar, pule cider 20 CUT MEATS Milk, per qt 6 Beefsteak, bin per lb. ..9 MISCELLANEOUS " round 8 Chickens, old, each 25 " roast 8 ' young dolo20 Lamb, foreqr SjEggs, per doz 12J-S " hind qr 10Ice, per 1011 lbs 75 The Citv Mareetr. There is daily market for produce open from 4 to 8 o'clock .morning, the two City Markets being open cruate days as follows : & The Upper Market John Bobbers, market mas ter is open on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings, at the time specified. The Center or Lamas. .. Market Frantz Schnei der, market master is open on Monday, Wednes day, and Friday mornings, at the hours mentioned. 1 here is also an afternoon market open at the Center Market house from 4 to 0 o'clock p. m. on Saturdays. Sew York Market. New York, Aug'. 31. Flour excited by the Africa' news auil prices have advanced 1025c per bbl ; sales of 18,000 bbls at El 405 55 for super state ; 5 C55 85 for extra slate; d 40(a)j 50 lor super western ; 5 65(o,C 00 for common to medium extra ; western, and 5 90C 15 for shipping brands j extra round boop Obio. Closing with a strong upward tendency. Sales of about 10,000 bbls of new for export. Canadian Hour firm ; sales of COO bbls at 5 4 55 50 for super and 5 057 50 for common to cboitu extra. Rye flour firm at 3 504 35 for common to choice extra. Corn meal scarce mid better ; sales of 450 bbls. Whisky active and firmer; sales of 800 bbls at 2323L nuil last evening 120 bbls at 22J23. Wheal unsettled and fully 2 3c higher, with ri?k export demand, c!'eck ed by light receipts ; sales of 150,000 'jush including 78,000 bush of winter red western at 1 351 37 ; 12,000 bush of white Ohio at 1 42 ; 2,000 bush of fair Chicago spring at 1 25 to ni rive ; 19,800 bush of white Michigan at 1 48(S)1 00 ; 13,200 bush of while Indiana at 1 391 45 ; 400 bush of Chicago spring at 1 23 ; 1,500 bush of Win ter red western at 1 321 34 ; 300 bush of Michigan at 1 37. Oats scarce and firm; 40(5 11 for Western and Canadian, and 41(a) 42 lor state. Hides steady with small sales at 22 for Buenos Ayres ; 21$ for Rio Grande ; 7i)8 for western slaughtered. Pork firm with lair demand ; sales of 1,675 bbls at 19 C8J19 75 for new mess ; 20,00 for heavy do; 14 50 for ord. mess ; 19 00 for thin mess ; 16 50 for western prime mess; 20 50 for clear; 14 12 for new prime ; 13 25 for old prime. Beef quiet and steady ; sales of 380 bbls at 4 00 (g,4 25 lor country prime ; 5 00(i?,5 50 for do mess ; 7 00(710 00 for repacked mess ; 11 0012 00 fur extra mess ; t rime mess beef and beef hams uoniinal. Lard quiet and unchanged ; sales of 400 bbls at 12 13. Butter selling at 12A16 for Ohio and 1420 for state. Coffee quiet ; sales of 400 bags of Rio at 13j13A, and 50 bags of St. Ihjmingo at 12$. Clnrlnnstl Markri. Cincinnati, Aug. 31'. Flour opened buojreuat; and as soon as tbe sieamer's news was made public, there was a pressing de mand, tuiJ some il.OOO bbls were picked up at au advance of I5e per bbl ; but after Hie news was announced on 'Change, together with iis effects on the New York market, the market became quite unsettled, nnd holders generally withdrew iheir stocks. tjerji' The Boston Courier sajs that the re-appearance ol the "irrepressible conflict '1 in Jlr. enni's Revere House speech has occasioned some alarm. It was suppressed in the Boston Advertiser, and the couutrv paper! are iioi1;ii: it. The ' irrepressible conflict " is just now best Illustrated by tbe issue between the i Poogtea anil l'.rci kenridge sections of the ' Democracy. That ' irrepressible conflict " first divided and destroyed the Whig party. It is now doing the same hing with the Democratic party. Slavery obeys a law " Signer'' than the Constitution. And the 1 Douglas men arlmit that their "conflict' with slavery is "irrepressible." Albany Journal. A fid it lonal Klver Ke we. At a general maeting of the steam- boatmen of Cincinnati, on Thursday, tbe following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Vn ureas, h Las pleased Almighty God to remove t'roni among us Jacob Strader, one of our tiin-t prominent nnd enterprising citizens, whose name is identified with the commerce of the West, and who tor more than a quarter of a century, as an owner and master of . steamboats , contributed large ly to the development and prosperity of the Valley of the .Mississippi. Resolved, That the character of Jacob Strader is too well and widely known to de mand ;it our hands any eulogy. Resolved, That, as a min k of respect to Iris memory, the steamboats in port be re quested to cany tiaos al halt' mast during to-morrow, and :h:it Capts. Stein, Neave, and Lopan be appointed a committee to no tify The boats. Retained, That the masters and owners will attend the funeral. Resolved, That tbe proceedings of this meeting be published in the daily papers. Tui.s. Sherlock, Pres't. Iua Atukars, Secy. A i;Jeat ot' the Chicago Pre :, ritinor- from Urbaua, 111., The Catholic conjprexatton ;it t'uis place is now destitute of a regularly settled pastor, but tbe vacancy is supplied bv occasional visits from a priest living at Kankakee. Yesterday tbis.piiest preached to the con gregatioti and iaformed them in his sermon that Mr. Douglas was a Catholic, aud that they, the voters, must all support him as such. MISCELLANEOUS. -'1 ... - - .. . erp t i jt v CO it It S-. Tli Mi best Medicine known for Diarrhoea. For i New Dni .tote. sal at THOMPSON i.i it tj: if iuiUH siu .j.'.. i.lt Jackson's Cough Syrup, at amrl THOMPSON'S Dm; -mtg tsjvxta PKIJIE WH1TJ Ja, W Wheat Flour for Bale at the lutaast selling at S2.7o per sack, julyi) at COOK ,t LANGLEY S MM rB M9 M1 (W W aV f t MM fM. MM WW BlL MWW '5 n w K rjti otismotjti to beouvb MM my presei t stock, in or ler to MAKE ROOM FOR FALL CCODS, I will, for THIRTY DAYS, scl! Goods at Greatly Reduced. Prices ! My stock is still large, and comprises an elegant varietv of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Adapted to the teasi.li and the wants of the people. Tlx Ijadies Particularly will tin 1 a large assortment of RICH ASV BEAI TIFVL VBBS6 GOODS, Which can be boil MAIN STREET. aug4 t very low figures at No. 5 WM. V. DGXCAH. "P.v.j JTUf'ETlilt, JOIJ'KJt' Ws Coopers' Tool Jn-i received Iri t he manu factory a full assort merit such as Planes, L'ench Screws. Saws, elr. Coopers' Drawing- K uiv?s, M Adzes and Axes, " Truss Hoops of all ei&ee, eC-. ele. liEO. b. Si'NNTAG i TO.; aT7 No. In Main street. MJUKtiH nVTTKH JJ'JO tJUS. M iiki lbs choi. itter, 200 doa Eggs just n r. ive,! und for Hale by CilAS. iicJt.JINc i'ON, aug!5 Posey lihs-k. WHEELER & WILSON'S SEW1NC MACHINE, No. 5 First htreet. betwiien Main and l.w-t OFt-KIl TO TSUI t'ttti.tt: WW Wlu't-l.-r f Wilson's Improved Sai chine at reduced prices, with increased cnfidanca in its merit, as the beal and most reliable family sewing machine now in Me. It news eqnallj well on the thickest or thincit fabrics; makes the I, . k stitch impossible to unravel, with the essential advantage of being alike ou both sides, forming no ridge or chain on the uinl-r side ; is siiiijiU- in con struction, more speedy in movement, and mere durablo than any other machine. We give lull in structions to cnablv tlie f hi rchiisrr to sew ordinary seams, stitch, hem, fell, ipiilt, gather, bind, ami tuck, all ou the same machine, and wamtUted ' r three years. Vonlsokeepoiicuiist uitly hand a fall assortment of Singer's BaflatSBMn. Circulars containing testimonials of the above machines, from person of the highest standing Kaat and ' st, givinj, prices, Ice, "ill be birnished gratis, on application iu person Or by b tter. r-bniv r. W. SKI.I.MAN. TRESS AND SUPPORTER. nfMiHnu .v:if -ix it ML able iustrium tits are offered as entirely new in action aud principle. Having a combined tn iraril aud Hpicard motion, they retain Uupturc with one-lm.lt lev pressure than others. Avoid the instrument with a riyil tgring. They will injure the back and cord, and from their roW stanC and piiuh2 pressure are troublesome. White's will produce RADICAL CLRK if properly used. Call on your Druggist or send for a Pamphlet Ere, to all Address BABNSS l'.VHK, Sew Tdlk". J. D. PAUK, Cincinnati. juue7-ouidAw Or KKLLKi: i WillTK. HH KS, 8MMVt9. 9 .vi dozen boz fs Piaaanto, ground; WHITE'S I Q PATENT.1, ji V",:v,!"vy 25 do do Cas&ia, ito; 25 do do OinjiiT, d ; 10 ih. do t'ayeno IN pper.do; ;', do do White do, do; IU do do Mace, do; 4 do do Katmej, do; 1 other kiuds of Spices, on hand and ! ELLIOTT'S FAMILY lilvlx ICKV And all sale at aaz3 Ml jr. to W x e e. . fbrea d.sicH above Alain VI are n-.w inantyfarturing wel Ine Sorina I'.e.l , the l ost and t... o jTalent I'. .Id- J nvecient now I in use, al it cun ie nwaen or nutou. .. ujinoui toij trouble. Call ami examine them ianSS CO-PARTNERSHIP. jf m it. JtBM.BBt.ytt .!. BMm purchased rrnrn It. H. HroTBinelhinis merly of tbe Inn of B. Nune d- ' ,.) half of the Satv-Mill at the upper part of tbe cit . Ib.it estab lishment will he:e:illei I ir:i-l ua by t lo under signed, under the lirnj and style of Ahlerjng A Erommelhaus. The mill will continue to till al! orders for Lum ber prompt ly and with care. Oideis s. li Bed. api21-dtf AIILKUINii v liKVI M I !. II A TS mm a. MM i. .v.t'urs! ao.v-.i'Ara.'.-J ce stoca of trimmed nnd uritrimmed Bon- nets on hand, and which will bo sold cheap to close out, at the Hrv (os,.is Store of SCHATH EIS . BCSSIN'i:. juneJ pi Ms lr mmmmm M. KKIbbls. Ileai v .i ml I.LU M -, . AO half bbls 1'ig lVt k. 2.". bids Bump l'..rk. 1;0 keg- Choice Kamily Lard, For sale by UF.i.i. 1'OSTLU k '0., juuel'J Corner Locus' t. and Caj-1. and sound, for sale by - juu IJO B. K. 'it I.BKK T .1- ". HOO.nH.- 00 flOZCVfOB .-..I.E to thetradeat m lUU f.iul liret s prtOM by jun. do K. GtLBKaT CO. tlttJi 'fr isifl -liiO BBttB lor sale by S. 1 . GilLBKKT ,t (JO. CITY OF EVANSVILLE SCHAPKER & BUSSING. 5 '-Dads" have teen lit toenrkh ns au t xoi bit- anr assessment of our taxable protawLE, aud because we mill aeXmakeoalh to an uncerlainty . and failed to notice that we nui-t attend to a part wfeiah nsnslly was the AN-:ssir's dtity, we have t., submit to an unjust taxaii-.u. Now, (at fear that ihe city's financial affvii s nr.-in a condition to canne such a course towards H4 hmX payers, and i;i order to make the "best"' out of 8 "bad" bargain, and t sustain the city's credir. We will take city aud couiitv orders for Wry Seeds at a rate, thit no one Ban of.iet to, an I sell goods fortheni and cash very cheap In order to close on our summer foek. SCIIAPKEI! . BUSSING Swccesaor t" B. Embh-h d- Co., No. 4 Main street. julylS MISCELLANEOUS. tort. f kE;l I .'V,laasV DR. II A AS, Having leased the rooms formerlyoc cupiod by Dr. Kivett, in Dr. Bray's building, oppo site the Post Office, for a series of years, would re spectfully solicit the citizens of Evansville and the Burrouuding towns and country, 'o visit his rooms and see the specimens on exhibition, whether they need the services of a Dentist or not. Since the issuing of his last circular and adver- tisement, over a jear since, several improvements ; and new inventions have been made, ef which he lias availed biraself, and allows nothing that will I a wrve the interests of his patients, to pass un- second. His facilities are better and establish- ' nient larirer, without doubt, thar any other in our State, and equal toany in Easteru cities. All those who need Dental oiierations performed, and are ! pleased with his work, shall be attended to with great pleasure. The following are the styled of work muDufaetur fl by him: Continuous Gum; Block or Carrad Work: Vulcanite Bast-; Coralite; Amber; Cheoplas tic; Gold and Esilvtr work. Nothing can excel the beauty and cluauliuoss tf the continuous gum work. It is without a warn or crevice. Cheek that aro sunken call be restored to nearly thir original r utour by this stli of work, and also by IU u;o of the Vulcanite, Coral- I ite, and Amber Bast. The latter styles, fur light- j DcoH Him auauirti iit i mihicuii uiotiins, excel nn v -eels artything we hav ever seen. He :. i- several aua'.thetic4 tor allatiuK pain when extracting teeth. Th' are erfectly harm less. The motit delicate can have them applied. II.- does not advertise anything h cannot 4o, nor exbibil anything not made by himself. Parent! should consult the health and beauty of their children by having die DtMtiaJ direct their I second dentition, thereby producing symmetry and ! health to those iuvaiuable organs. Irregularity of childreus teeth corrected sue :' cessfully. j Thaw having decayed teeth, should either have them extracted or tilled at oner ithe latter if pos j Bible). Th health of the parties and the re main - j Un: teeth demand this. I tak. pleasure In introducing Dr. Haas, j my successor to tht old rooms in Bray's buildifg, I hoping be will Und them both pleasant and prott ' a'le Vii'tu my intercourse with the Doctor, I I am pleased to find him one of the progressing; ; pudM-ssing taste and btg$ prtdessional ability and StamMosr. With this vie , I eau, with s.ifety, ri com- mend hiu to the i oiumuiMt as a skiiiiol and coni ; pet-i.t deutist. (may 28) J. KIVETT. CHARLES BABCOCK, Importer aioi Iealer in Ooaeh and Saddlery Hardware, MAIN STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. IFX. - t '.VV to.iir LKTBU .n' JIM- I MM ranxaBMintt with European and American I m:iiiiif.n tiirers h ra direct supply of all giKslsin my I line, I am enabled to i Iter inducements, that cau i not fail to be t. the interest of all unpaged in the business to iiivo mo a trial. 1 naaaa in put t. axles, springs made of the b.t stci 1; Wands, i-nanu led aud of all kimls of leather, cloths, Uninca sr carriages, varnishes, castings ol ail l-.ind, saddle trees, lOuglLsh bridle leathers, bits, stiriupn, spurs, hanies, hue silver hames of M kinds, Jenny Und Gig Trees, self-adjusting pads, Ta lorV j atent hames, fly nets, shoe threads, horse blankets, lamdon Oirih Webs, American Oinh t ;," Hein Webs, lajth cotton and worsted; LoDdon Wi It .kins, a superior article; ivory, gntta percha ami brass lined inartengal rings; Mparist kerseys for boii.e covers, the U'st quality of airrlage bolts, patent gig tr.-e, Ac., Ac. I keep in fact everything appertaining to either branch of the business, and understanding laitb I t. .'I, lies thoroughly, we would respoctfrdly iuvif yotir attention before pun hueing elsewhere. I un also agput for Ward's Patent Spriuit Mtli . ao'2i-d.4 BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY, 3S .71i Strttt. MM .W. tilt H fi V CO., BVCCJSatiOHS MM toj. E. 1'utcher, would respectfully give notice that they aianufacture to order, and have t nsiaully on hand, all kiuds of Boots aud tihoes, for Ladies', Gents', and Children's wear. Ilaviug feplenJalked their stock of Kaeteru work, they are prepared to aalfaa low as any house iu this city en gaged in the retail trade. None but l'hiiadelphia workmen are employed in this establishment. Please give us a call. 1. 51. OOKUX CO. may 1-bin vT.f 7";.rf K.y-T or- tub JVjVAIHB October I, 1S5! ASSETS Cash on hand 5 000 45 Cash in Continental Dank, awaiting In- 8U.SJ4 05 reatwettt Cash in Hank ( oiumouueulth . 5,1'J7 47 Total 595,381 7 B-iuk Stocks .Ml shares Rank Commerce " " 5U ' Am'n Ex. Hank " UK) " Bank New York 14 ' B'k N. America 214 ohs par ,aL S21,5"0 worth i!2,7S4 25 1'einporary Lins Secured by ll,ix8 U. B. 1'Mtipon Bunds and 25 shales Kesolute Fire Insurance Company 12,.'t0o 00 Bonds and Mortajres being lust lieu, Ac.40;.,15O 00 l'temiiims uncollected 2,501 80 Accrued Ins. on Bonds 'ind Mortgages A Temporary Loans ti,7G4 79 Balance diet from Agents 19 99 Total Capital Slock. Surplus .S544.891 811 ....&OOtQ06 (KJ 44,S'J1 W : u - : 80 Ltabilititv L. Ha vi..., JOSEPH WALKER, Pres't Secretary. R. STATE OP NEW VOBK; CITY COUNTS OF NEW YOKK. j i aft r.-i s,.nally ap).eared before me tt.i . 29tb day of : November, A. i. lsri, Joseph Walker, President, and RicbanJ L- Haydock, Seitretary, of the Sei'u ! ritj Fire insurance Company, of the City of New I York, at..! severally affirmed that tho within atate ! nienr l y them subscribed is correct and true to the best of their knowledge and belief. THUS L. THOKNET.L, Commissioner for the State of Indiana, in New York, i This Company has complied with the law of In diana concerning Insurance Comiutnies, aud is pre I pared to take risks iu the City of Evansville aud Vnriderhnrgh county, Ind E. B. SABIN, Agent, I deelS 7 Muiu street. o LB til'BIJS'O TV. JS-OVT OVT proper! i ins. Lovers of a comfortable, good-looking, hue and duiable Ifal will be Bura to get suited and fitted. Bring in your orders, gentlemen. French Felt & Cassimere Hats, Alwttyi u ha lid and made to order of any shap or color. The Cricket and Zouave Hat, Jest rtpnuig into laHhton lor Spring Summer. WOOL AND FUR HATS Of every iinainuMe r-hup-, colr and (luality. -tXTSfXrV GrOOdS. An immense stork, In-nht tow will liell at correponditir figure. CAPS, CAPS. A vnry larirr stock on hand all tbe latest style.. "misses- fancy hats. Tbe beat ever s.-eu in the city. Infant, Boys' & Youths' Hats, An endle.s. variety f..r Spriug and Summer. Y.U T1KUA MAKCOSMEK, ipi-: 39 Main street. .WOWING AND THRESHING rv SHAKPEK CO.,BtrjJ'srijr,.B, Jt. Ind , ageuu for the following Machines, which are the most approved patents now in use. Reapers and Mowers. W. A. WooO's Improved Mower. K. Ball's Champion Beaperaad Jlower, Self Raker, Iron HllWllll, Kentucky Harvester, Bu. keve Mower, , E, Ball's Reaper and M ver. Threshine Machines. 1 Rallstnn's Improvedthreaher, Pitt's Patent Thresher, Mfltt's " mayi-lj CHINES MISCELLANEOUS. mJft. is. joMJWio.y, no uk IttJS'Mt- Kit AIUI Mil Blank Book Manufacturer, First st.. bet. Maiu and Locust, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. BUT Blank Books ruled, paged and BMsdetOOrder of the best paper, from a Memorandum to the largest Ledger. Music and Magazines l.in,d in ny style. jel; diwll German and French Night School rwrm ML sr K TJ'MMMiH8HJS'Mi U .HOST Hi. spec t full v bees leave to inlorm his friend and the public in general, that he liai opened ,i night school for the instmclion of the Flench and German languages. Being a graduate of Em ope. m University, and a teacher of practice and expert ! wi.i'-h he has become bv exertion dining n number ol jears, ne nopes 10 sswat nu " " may entrust themselves or lie entrusted onto nil care, and begs the patronage of his fell..w cltlaevs Also, young clergiuei- and aliiliiili id the goejel are requested to take notice ot b'.s lessons in lb Hebrew language. For particular, JPP'j I R v. I'K. H. I'ELUAM '. Professor ot Ancient and Modem Laaguagr First st , rear of U, bio's Commercial nollege. may--.iuid 1 w BS We can also ntmlan fttAt K I.K.s ,.t an pacity. These Sealen are Ii ill II mai.ula, lot , E. T. rAIUBANKU Jt Cu., Bt. Johnsi.oi;' niont. Kvvry Scale is tested and SualM, aia I rauted corre, t. Kor teetimoniali rafai OUSaudS Of ,-e!H, i.. usii.g thoiu. HuliMihcH.b J l'l'., A;. :,'.i i, . v i Waier Hire.-t. Itvansvl a oi & i, j i HCKll i.AN D GERMAN MEDICINES! TBI (IKRAT S TA N 1) A R I) R ft M E l I ' of the present age, have acquired their great ularity only through yeais of tiial. Dnboirnd od sat istac lion i. rendered I)y them in all Laaeai BOtutAtnra G E R M A S B I T T E R S will positivki v cvaa Liver Coioplatnts, Dyspepsia, Jaundice. Harvests Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all -I.-.-.o." arising from a disordi.reil liver, r eeai Ileal I st jnnich and digestive organs, AND WILL POKITIVKI.V PUTKST Yellow Fevr, Bilivti Ferer, and Fewer and .1 g See our Almauac tor proof. Price 7.'. ts par btiCtli HOOFLASU'S BALSAMK1 CQMBfAL WILL POSITIVELY CHI Coughs, Colds, or lloarseuoss. Bronchitis, Influ enza, Croup, Pueuuionia, Incipient Consumption , and has performed the most astonishing cuies ev.i known of CONFIRMED CUN SUM I'T I d N As a Diarrhosa cordial it is unoqualed. Pi ice 15 cents per bottle. UOOFLAND'S GERMAN PILLS, being well-knowu throughout Lurope aud Amcr. can need no cotumcudation here. They are purely vegetable, are prepared with great exactness an sugar-coated. No better Cathartic Pill Can be found. Price 26 cents ptr box. These medicines are prepared by Dr. 0. M. J ack . ROM at Co., Philadelphia, l'a., and St. Louis, M aud are sold by druggists and dealers in asediOtties everywhere. The signature of 0 M. Jaekson will be ou the outside ef each bottle or box. In oar "Everybody's Almumic," published an nually, you will find testimony and couimeudutoi J notices from all parts of the country. These alma uace are given away by all our agents. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. See that you get Hoodand's Garautn Hitlers, pro. pared by Dr. C. M.Jackson, Philadelphia, Pa., and that his signature is on the wrapper of each bottle Kelier & White, Agents for Evansville, Ind. L.-tc.h & Carlstadt, do do do dec9 BBJJV JJVtt .tl-J I.. t 150 bushels Kar Corn, .'. tons Bran, , AO bush fresh Corn Mca), fust received and for sale by CHAS. MclOHNSTN, Pfe. v Me k bSxtrjctb Ot? VJJVt U, OB- MjI ange Flowers, Bilter Almonds, Kose, Mace, IJincrer, Allspice, Celery, Strawberry, Kaspberry, and all other kinds, of the verv best quality, at N. S. THOMPSON'S augl I City Drag Store. CH aiSTI AN aaaTz WM. H10XMAJI . KRATZ & HEILM A.N. CITY FOUNDRY! MANUFACTUKKKS AND Bl i LDEUS OFSTKA ia ENGINES AND BOILERS, Saw and Grist Mill Machinery, Tobacco Screws Gumming .Mac nines, Chinese Siugar Cane M His, Tnraatng IWnrhlnes, Sr. KVANSVILLE, IND rWTVlK PROPRIETORS OF THE CITY FOf M dry beg leave to inform their friends and lot public in general, that they are prepared to Ati al' kinds of MACHINE AND FINISHING WORK, and everything appertaining to th Foundry bu I nes. They are manufacturing Steam Enoinfs an, Boii tite of any size and power required. Saw M Machiuery and Mill Gearing of anyeizc; Distil lery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws, Gam ming Machines, Thrashing Machines, Malt Hills, Horsepowers, Com -shelters, Machinery of all kin ! made and repaired. Iron and Braes Casting' every description , Iron Housefronts. Cellar Qran ifc. Cooking and Heating Moves ot the latest im proved patterns; Hollow Vt'ar, Dog Irons, Ac. BREWERS, D1STILLEKS, RECTI Kl EB8,A . Supplied with every description of Copper anu Sheet Iron Wi.rk, Brewing Kettles, BtWgol it . Attemporatora, Spargea, tillheads and Worms ot. an improvol principle, Columns for Alctrhol Sui!., Yeast Jugs, Cans. Syphous, Ac; Copper, Load an I Iron Pipe; Cipp-r, Brass nnd Iron Pumps of every variety, for heer, spirits, oil, itc: Brass Cock and Valves, Steam Whistles, fc. Workmen sent to all parts to fit op work and do repairs on Steam Boilers, I 'opper and Sheet Iron Work, ifc. OLD METALS IHH'GHT. They are dealing iu and selling Alien's lai j.-. 1 Steam Gauge, Wrought I rod welded Pipes aioi 'ro bing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Machine, Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators, litimao ing Cloth, Gum Elnstic Halting, Packing, Hor, of the host kind; Tiuplate, Sheet li. e. Lio. k 'I'm, Pig Iron, Babit Metal, Spelter, Kire llrii k. They have. every facility of the best Mai bin. ry and workmen, and will itive all work en I mate 1 ta them, their individual attention, liiliio; OroVi , promptly, warranting their work, and are saw.' p. with reasonable pricev. dtr Office and Sale Booms, .'o. no Matn stl i oundeiy. Boiler Yard ap I Mac hhse Sb.-p on I . street, iM-tween First te(.,,n,i streets, k,at- rille. Indiana. J. W. HUGHE, 10 Main street, Evanevlij,' . H8 crates assorted, for tbe Country Trad. Eujm.f.Vfi w Ml hand a supplv ef ii it Iw? a. Ok 0 " ' : 0 esnft T A jBt "W-. band.