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TRAVtLEllS' GI JDK. w-anavll.e, Crawfonlx ille K. It- DEFAETCBCF. ccmm-.;atlon Train tiJX i ' ul Train U.15 " ABKlVAL-l. vil Triu 4 Jit, I'. H. commodatlon 3.30 " Steamers Regular Packcta. rCB CAliiO. Chablit Bowes leaves Tuesdays and falurdaya 12 o clock M. Arrives Mondays an'! iliuraaays ; night. -ob PAnrcAU. DsnU leTe Mondays, Wednesdays, and l'ri- iys at 12 o'clock M. Arrive Tuesdays, TUurt : .; 1, id Saturday t at night. TOE IIETiDECEO!.'. Gex. D. M. White plies daily, leaving Evan9v ille : 1 ths forenoon and returning in the eyeaiug. roBLoruviiLE. Gbet Eagle, of Louisville, leaves Tuesdays aud iturdays at 6 o'clock r. u. Arrives Tursuav - uud aturdays in tlie afternoon. Gbee Eagle, of Gallipolis, leaves Mondays nt 2 o'clock m., and Thursdays at fi o'clock P. si. I rrivea Snndaj B and Thurs ays In the afternoon. FOB BEEN BIVEB Li e Eaves leaves Mondays and Thul days at 6 'clock P. M. for Bowling Green Arrive M Mun hvs and TbursdajB in the : i--ruing. Thero is regular daily commnnication with Hf.n ebsok and vewecbuh by boat and land convey nce. RIVEK ITEMS. STEAMBOAT REGISTER. Ar.Bivr.n. ifasonic Gem, Cln'ti. Lady Jackson, Memphis. Key West, No. 2, Hit. John Ganit, Cairo, quality, Cairo. fanny Bullitt, Lontsv'e. DE PASTE P. Masonic Gem, White R. Charley Eowen, Cairo. Key West, fet. Louis. Joint Gaull Louisville. Fanny Bullitt, Heu'son. I.nly Jackson, Ciu'ti. ItOATS LEAVING TO-I1AV. Dunbar, Paducah. Luc Ea Grey Eagle, Ne. 1, Lon've. Groeu river. The Ri day was atill was clear nnd ir opposite tliis point, Satm stationary. The Weather verv warm until evening, wliea it clouded tip. and we had a fine thunder shower, cccompained by n violent storm of wind which caused several boats lying at the landing to part their lines and jwing oat into the river; but we learn of no damage done, further than the prostra tion of several flag poles in different parts of the city, The Dunbar, in charge of Capt. Gus Fowler, with the clever and attentive clerk, Gus Dusoucbet, in the office, leaves the wharf for Padueab at 12 o'clock to-day. Sho is the regular mail and passenger packet. The .lie Eaves, under the command of Capt. Jim McDonald, with the popular John Travis in the office, leaves for Wood bury and all intermediate points at 0 o'clock this evening. She is the regular semi weekly mail packet, and the only lamt now plying in Green river. The "star" packet, Otey Kjylc, she of the music-box arrangement, will be in port for Lonisville nnd nil way landings at 12 o'clock to-?ay. Sho i.-i particularly " funcy," and without doubt tlie most pop ular passenger boat now plying, dipt. A. Uonnally paces tliu liurricanc deck, while the office is worthily filled hy the frank and attentive Lu.-k. The absut.l report put in circulation by one of the Cincinnati pa pers to tho effect that she was about to leave this trade and ;zo above the F.ills, is of course all gammon. Considering the immense pop ularity she in gaining among the shipping fraternity, we ''rather colkilate the is' well enough suited to remain with u.;. The old ferry-boat at this place, ; having been drawn out of the water and thoroughly repaired, commenced running again ub an inter-State packet on Saturday. A ferry at this point is a great convenience, and her absence while laid up has beeu se , riously felt. Though an ungainly looking craft, she fills her place in a very credit- j able manner and carries her passengers I safely. She is owned by Postmaster Kudd. Tho Masonic Gem, which has been .so long gathering up a load for White river, arrived here after our port list closed on l'riday night. She lay at the wharf until lo o'clock on Saturday, when flic pasted on down. The Fanny Hull evening with a good trii it arrived Saturday 1 of freight and full f' passengers. She returned well laden. The diminutive steamer lttrtc, whieli 'ias been plying between tSwansviita, New burg and Enterprise during the summer, exploded heir boiler on l'riday morning, whilst lying at the landing nt Xewburg. There were three persons on board at the time of the accident, one of whom was slightly injured, but the others were un hurt. She was damaged to the extent of $200 or 3QO. IK-r owner, Mr. David Sprinkle, intends to have her repaired cud placed in -I mine order ni soon its possible. Xew boats r mtinue to pass down til- moatdaiW. Tbe new Bends packet, Mary AVc.ijc, a beautiful spceimcn oi New All an v marine architecture, went down ot Friday evening, and the MCtjt Wti Xo. recently lioisBeal nt Pitt-burg, nssed Satiir.biv morning OU her way to St. I.mii-. The CMtrUy Botctm and Bawiing 1 ireen arrived from their excursion trips to Mt. Vernon and iiie kport al about 1 1 o'clock Saturday, full of pasenger-i coming to see and hear lov. (.'or win. The Jioiren lefr at Ti p. M. for Cairn, crowded tvith freight and passengers. The Buw4imy Green took her pasjengei-5 back to Rockport, after the ev tiing dewoaattytioa was over. 1 -.i K 11 r a art September SCi, 1 .u : . i.u A. 1 '.. Lis, CO. Q'RUey sk, i. . Boribtaa; eisef, t:. V. Mattel!. Paducah; Is . phis Aikiu.tti A l o.; ScsshV schru Co ; S his. 1 1 Karile.i; - f Bsinf C. ttoar. 4 bales. W:u. iter X Kehi ; 0 bxa, 1 ba:e, Scaanker .v. liiissiatrt "' ;ci t ee. llement A sle; 24 s!;s wheat, Igleliari l'.ros: -St l-gs por.it. mis, V. Hvaeiaati; 'J t.s, fir. D I. Owen, New Harmony; i K M. Katelitta, j Newimrgli; 0 hUi wbi-ky. AMis .v Bo are, n bals -Us, C. S haiiiu Co.; 6:1 ubls fl dir. J. II. iigletbv: -4 einprv kegs, .1. Kiaricli; ".TO i.n-h hr.ni, p. S. ss intstflt 111 hash l.rin. T. O. VVm., Jr.: Is l.bls .lour, 1. A. C'r.me; lj tkl llo.tr, Kr.T i lleilmaii: us hales hay, S. Ktilitc 63 bgs wheat, iglehart llroe; 8S bxs. I c-k. I trunk, 1". (. O'Kiley . Co; :; bzsi Slaughter A- Hutik. rs-o : bn cheese, Geil !- 1 Heiiiilugwr, 1 b.x mils.-. A. Loam ftntaai; :;tixs. An- i ;icher Plant; 1 bx, N. Fitch, hew Baraaony; H lias, Bruwa & Aiknian; 2 1 asvy, J,pu-H & '; ." cases, llamiii-r-'.on. !i Iu J bit, I kg, vvai. Mer l ower; xhXSvC es. Wells; i bx, tiiiej a Mcl'heter.-; I bx, U. Eeldiiiaii: : :s. Uc.a. nt .1; Vi, ie; 1 kg l.arlev. L. Kcsaler: 1 -!i "t copper. P. W. Maxey, Nashville, Teun.; .1 hxs, J. Uvles, It.uuk, Slaughter .V Himkerson; M .s wuea-, 1. a 1. iuli- 4 i n.; 1 . A . C'1-Hi.e Ai bs, 6 tdls .'. S. Jajue-s km t Son, Ileudei son. Ky. v Iliitiuan; 121 sks wbeat, Islls briauiL-, Viskei.jt Bi A. E ('; - I'XS. I. K. Maor ! 1 ma gas pip . Krat r 15. Mills A- IV; ii SllitADEK, Arei I TnE Ant: Slavi.uv Elkmcst ikViruima. A writer in lija 2'ovv York TifAei demoii strates Ly reference iu to the cen.-us aad the . lection return? '.!:'.'. a nojofrly of nil the voles in Yjegima " i-S.ic-! by o;.,V vho mean to get rid of . '-it-cry if th ytttn. Thej have not one particle of Interest in Blarery, and never can have. The whole region in which they live -except the S alleys be tween the r:dgef ;t.j of mountain fid'-J - .lnisalelir naatures,aui coutain ifrftxhaiii ii!e material ! r minintv and nianutin tiiri'-. but utterly unfit for negfd slavery. Th have not even the poor privilege of raising negfo babie; f.-.r toe cotton market. They hare no eio. V ;.v rai ie Iham hm. 4 iNSUH " NCE. COPELAND & NEXSEN; C3r :es ikt ie: h x iimaii ism OFFICE: SAVINGS BANK, i,o. l FIRST bTRKKl, EA'A8VII,I,E, ISO., 1 3 ill-'. .'CO i" F H K HJ II M) II TO TJWr, -s? Bisks and i.sue Policies in several of the eld est and most reli tble Insurance Companies of tho United States. STORES, STOCKS , DWELLINGS, MILLS AND MANUFACTORIES, insured at the. most favorable rates MARINI". AND IN LAB 0 J.AVIGYTION Ricks taken ou FLAT-BOAT:!, BARGES, BTXAHBOAT8 and t'.mir CARGOE3. Also, appQcationa received for LIFE INSU RANCE. Combined Capital Represent ed, over $4,000,000, i iEtna Insuranco Co., Hart ford, Conn., Capital and Surplus $2,000,000 Phoenix Insurance Compa ny, Hartford, Conn., Capital and surplus, fjOtl.OOO Manhattan Insurance Co., New York. I Capital and Surplus, 400,000 i ! Humbolt Insuranco Co., New ork. Cash Capital $200,000 Charter Oak Life Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn. Cash 8Sfts 5000,000 I Merchants' Insurance Co., Hartford. Conn., Capital and Surplus, $200,000 iEtna Life Insuranco Co., Hartford, Conn., 'Itt;vt and Hurplii-, 800,000 t COPKLANP A KEX8EN, Apmto. GUARD AGAINST FIRE CHOICE INSURANCE WITH THE flU INSURANCE C Incorporated 1819 Charter Perpetual. CASH CAPITAL $1,500,000, ABSOLUTE AND UN hi 'Al REP. Net Surplus of $942,181.72, And the preatlge of 40 years uocew and fxper fence rPWAKDS OF SI4,000,000 Of loiee Imw beeja paid hy the JEtno, Iiianrincp Canpaiiy in tho past 40 years. Tin- value 'f reliable Insm from the following LOSSES PAID BY THE M T N A nvaivs the past uve rasin In Ohio, S4.il,.r.20.81 In Michigan, Si.:-8.ois 81 In Indiana,... lli;,Sl.81 In Illinois.... 418,.'I27.41 'IV ii nessee, .... B7J549.21 In Wiscnsiu, 100.UM.07 In Kentucky, 201,839.40 Mir-.iouri, asl,.ril8.04 Iowa is Minn. Peun'a A A'h. 101,3(9.46 I Kansas Sc Web l(i,!'4.r..77 31,595 S' . Ark. , (la.... 2.i.'.ilj0 Mississippi and Alal .ma, ....",412. Is. Fire and Inland Navigation ?inl fn.T tr..it. EPc: lI attention y m 'o iu 'ir? ri lM'KLLI StiS and Cont ft., for fniu ' I , .' ytLr. To noU ; jini k,uJ riiurnebri(tilly tritl, and th in:iiy advHiitm'B thr,.V'i Inmiraticc Company iKii N-Hren in it h lim , biiiniM not be 4vprkoked bv s tb(Bo roH1y tt insun and ttndeiiltAftcliBg lh(-:r vnt I intt-ront-, t Purinj; ' ptriii.ent linMM " tho nere-iRity fur re- liable In-uniuco beeomM nn Inip.erHtivo tiuty the ! altility of iroj'erty owiiiJ to etiitHiu bn " being then mtioli laneBftd. Agencies in all tbe priu lpal ritlM and townn throughout the t.te roUiies iH-i.cd v.itboiit dj 1 lay, y any i f th duly authorized Agent! t;f the ' Cuianarty. WST IbtfrinofW ttt: sded to with despatch and ; MeUfy. OPEIaAHO NEX8EK, Agents. my aviJl Busk Ituildin. Ffm Ht . BY STATE AUTHORITY. INCKEASE OF CASH CAPITAL. i .-. ... ., I ilSil I HftlUM, $400,000 Cash Asis 11 . IIAt.lLI., ISC IN If ATI, o. f ' n ' i A t , VAgentS in ali the prim :;j..l C r the t'asea.ssjaj LOOSES PXOMPTL r SApp'.Kations received, pC licit' aewetl, and all be.siriefs pertaining pi-ompily attended t.i Also appUcatlotis received for I.li f!.. .Kins l.iie Insurance Co., off 1 spiral and snrptns over S2iK:,ofM. CoPn.ANH ,f- N-Xr T"Ort'.-e. on PhW St.. i t. Mai Savings Bank BuiMing;. isajaed an I i e--iry KN. ARE YOU INSURED? DELAYS ARK MSi.KitOIS EVANSVILLE AGENCY or Tin: MERCHANTS' INSURANCE CO. Hartford, Conn. Cash Capital, $200,000 DiRBcnms : w oudraq, la lues B..llcr, K. lud.erls, ii iy U. Phcli s. Tituot-hs Sheldon, ones P. rosier. . idiiev A. U. T. Hlliver, Kbjib II. Cv.i-.,.' n-merBlsuobard, Kit-hard D. Uabbavw I. M. Uerriiaan. . I.. Coii I lis "v. plies L flu 1 sfl .!. Po'i.-ies ! nrtaiuing t. -01S- rtfi aim r-.-ency tiy Paid I romptl 9kL DKTOTFD T j FIRK IXSURARCK RXCLUSIVRL1 t 'M A R THE PERPK TV A L STEAMBOATS. REOULAB PACKETS. Let. The MASONIC GEN, Chpl J.. I. ri li.sb:"BY, n.aMcr, .1. P. Mri'NAi i. rlork. bavins bcon thor-l oiighlv overhauled and aiuUd, has cnterad I he Braaarflk and Cairo toado, whiiru ni OBtoemtiaue during the Minimi Sh malvas to trii-s jer week ; leaves Evansvillo tvery Monday awl Thurs day at 0 p. si. Returning, lev,-a Cairo every Bat unlay at J x. M. and evury V.'tdues lay i t 4 . -i atil -1 R HfiVIjJH UJ -V t - ville and B"wlio:; (ireen Packet. Th li -hi draft U. S. Mail Fteataen BOWLIXO GREEN) A. LITI'.R, Captain, JUUN TRAVIS Cl'k. Le.ives Eiauvillii every Monday and Tharsday, at C o'clock, r M , leaves Belia Green every Wednesday and Saturday, at 8a.m. sag 10 l.l--Vl r.I.E If HXJS'OBHBOJS- R. L. Lancaster, master, runs as regular Freight and Pasaeu-cr Packtl daily (Sundays excepted) tietweea this point and Henderson. aug7 VK-ff COMMi TO TJr.-t'tJJ'Oi; 9W of time. The Louisville and Heurier-ou Liirht-llraught, Swift, Side Wheel U. S. M.and Passenger Packet, Orey Saglo, Capt. A. DONNALLV J. A. Llfk, CI k. Leaves Evansville for Louisville every Monday at la o'clock m., and every Thursday at 6 o'clock p. M., arriving at Lonisville Tnesday ami Friday eveiDps. Returning, leaves Louisville every Wednesday and Saturdav eveninz at 6 o'clock. JNO. B. HA L, Agent, jul28-tr Ko. 2 Water street. K vHiist-llle, Louisville, and Oivent boro Passt'iiger Packet. THE NEW AND FINE 8TIAMEK Ij . O- FERRY, HAM. SMITH, Master. Aistin k Gbegu, Clerks. Leave Ev.insville Welnesdays and Patnrdajs at 6 p. m. Leaes Loui ille Tuesilays and Fridays at j P. M. Julglft as r: til L.i it sT fA- Cair-. i)acket. -1 he elexant low water jacket, J. II. HONE, Lewis Davis, master, mm. H. List, clerk, i will run regularly in the Evansville and Cairo trade daring the goafun. fot weight or passage apply on ooaid. jnlylJ KVANSVILLE AND LOUISVILLE U.ls. MAIL PACKET, 3r x" o y 353 agio. W H. DANfKLH, Capt. H. P. BaUWAT, Clert. M KJ IH8 MS "J.VW l.JHK VKU WT M 4 Tu sday and Hatiirday at 0 o'clock p a. K' turning, leaves LooiaTiUe everj Monday and Friday at 4 o'clock p. a. Through Bills ol' Lading will be given for Tohacro or other freight to Baltimore or Kew York at an low ratas it iiot lower than hy any other route. Pasiengers or freight lakan at paikot-hoat rates fr any point on the Ohio River or on Green River &T The passenr ar-orumodations of the Grey Eagle are nnfmrnasscd hy any boat upon the West ern waters. Apply on hoard or to JOHN B. HALL, juue7-dtf No. 2 Water street. Zt CAIRO RKGITLAR I'ASSKN ., GEK PACKET, UHARLJET BOWKK. Dextkb, Master, leaves Kvansville Tuesday and Saturday, at 12 o'elock M., arrlv Ing at Paducah at t o'elock, A. BL, Cairo at 12 o'clock, M., Welnosdav and Saturday. Re tundng, leaves Cairo every Wednesday and Sunday, at 7 o'clock, P. M., and Sinithland every Thursday and Monday, at 9 o'clock, A. M., connecting at Kvansville with the Kvansville and dawtordsville R. it., auil Packets for Green River. Also, con necting at Suithlaud with Cumberland River Pack ets ; at Cairo, with Memphis, New Orleans and St, Lonis Packets. Tickets can he obt,ned on board tho boat for all Eastern Ctles. septal El V VjtJVti VI 1, 1, K -.VJ J'JU I, C Jill The Fowl- DLJ.BAR, Gus. Fowler, master, leaves kvansville every Monday. Wednesday, anil Frida;. , at 12 o'clock M Leaves Paducah every Tuesday, Tuursday, and Saturday, at : o'clock A. M. Conuectiu at Lvansville with the Kvansville and Crawfordsvillo Railroad for all peints North and East, w ith packets for Lonisville Green, nd Wabash rivers. At Paducah w ith pack ets foe St. Louis, New Orleans, and the Daily Mali boats fm Cairo, Nashville, and Tennessee river. WB .tineas promptly atteude I, and charge for freight and passage, sano as charged by the regu lar packet. Through bills of lading given to New Orleans and all points on the Tenii--ssee and Cuiu bei land rivers augIS if OR HHVTH iJHROI.TO.- J.VIt rtM BIVKU. Tbe eknnt I.an!:i.:vr s. i uin- r LUE KAvlC8, M; it. kai i', Mjstr, Tatlor, ;ierk. will !i.;ik' rv'i!T" tri-weekly trips to South Otr rolton anil Pond Bivvr, leAvfvg on !-lir,Jn. WedDiLiyi fiu-J KritiAva. r trei;ht ot 1 HnsHjt , mpoXy ou t'onril. de-0tt' FORWARD G & COMrfllSSION. if i..'ify n xruuas t-ojn jj,v i NKW AUKANC.K.MKNT. A tiams ICx racai CoatpaaT re apectfnllv an- Tie nounei' o tbetjr friemts and patrttna, the public of Kvassaville nnd vicinity, that, with Ini-rease.l lacili ties for the rranspoi tation of r h t: 1 a b T, j-a k a g m s . V A" .' Y A K V VAhVAMLSS, i They solicit a ontiiiiiauce of former favors. Ks Metal cam taksn in the collwtion of Bills, Drafts, i Notes, and the transportation i.it eMail and valnable -packages. All persons wishing to avail themselves of the fa- ; cllities of 'he Express, ran obtain any desired infor- ' matkii tn reference to the routes and details of the ' htisinass, at their Office on Kirst street, betwi-en main ami Lax 11.1t, opposite the Post Omce de U G II. FISH . Agent. Old Established Wharf Bost EVANSVILLE, IND. 3-. O'RILEY & Co, P V I'OMMISSION MK&CKAMTS. v.v-iivtI Hnilr ; ,iStwimlo.-t, itl Kxijivc Airvnm v.t . ial Ap iit3 Cot th PKNN, CENTRAL RAILROAD; Mid cnnriectic?!, ovr wh!rh mrr autborle.1 to iv.' '..;!.,' r-rij(tri at tlt !oTtt (OMhil'lo mto Having h mniiH'Uith Whaiitoat nt the Inni'inff, ti lrirj;vt on the Hfver, capable ofntotioy n jrottctinc all nicrcharvli?: liable to iliimnpe from fxposiirc, wh ure prpHi.i t fucilitatr tbe die patch of a! ctr(idip!iruti!it-, !.iwirdHtJ t onr csrp by ither RIVER, RAILROAD OR CANAL. I'rtrtirular attv.jtii.-n pat. I t Ktsvivin. St.i Io an-1 Ft-rwardin;, kIso, to the Sale of any Produce, or -ithor proairty. rssaaifttifsl to us for sale, ami satis faction ciiaraiiteeil. I ifflct' anil extensive Warehouse oa Water street, Ojoiains; the Telegraph, and on the Wharf !oat, where are are to he foiiml, aftoititiu to ths interests of our patrons at ail honis, !sy and night. With our superior facilities; Iour stalntlng ; nn tlrinj; euusjf ; ami kiiowIe.1gd of our hasiness, we fil eonftdxnt of giving geueral satisfaction, and hope to merit a continuance of the extensive patron age we are now enjoying. Llheral cafh advances will he msde on allconii;o ments to cither ourselves or correspondents-ill any of the principal markets, North, Kast or Sonth. P. C. O' WILE Y A CO. O.V ll.lIt JJ'II MINEH Til ST'CCKFti GEORGE THoRNHILL takes pleasure iu ii orniiuz his old customers that in the quality au I tyl of bis wurA, be flat tors himself he cannot N excelled. Hi may still l-e fonud at the comer of Second and Msin suets, where the choicest Har ness so l "-addles of every description can he obtain el oti the best of terms. Jsa ftepsirip'r dort" with n-lln.s m.it 4irlrh e..T l-haud 'l"'- ' aa hai-d 4l TARTHFjHIP. "? - n i f -.v I lr..,o H II. Br h -s. (f..r- i .-I B. rr '. ' i '-IT of the it'tr p4rt of ihi- rifv cst estab- IT. m-rlv o Saw-Mill .t the lishmeii w ill li tgassl, nti-irr i Brommelhans. The ml!l wbl her tMonintlv si eaCt-r be c ie-l . o 1 y ni tin.'.--of Ahlerin v srvle i to fill all ordi-s f -r Lsna wm. Orders sollctte.1. ssr21-4tl AUI KtlKS v ui;ivMiii:LHAr;j COMMERCIAL, ; V A SS T I LIB RETAIL PRICKS Cl'BKEST. Corrtr'td H crf'y ! COOK L A N G L E I . Tolrs iu all kind of Fancy and Staple Family OTorerli, at the Eureka Da. Ko To Mun si LO L" K AN D FEED Veal, j r lb (Hlo llfAll Flour, extra white wheat Pork rersck of 08 lbs....2.73 FISH Do.siick of 10 lbs. ..1.4" Mackerel, N 1 VZy4. ! Corn Meal per tm GO estra moas.nVj ilrau, p--r 1UJ IDs.... Corn, Kir bn GROCElilKS j " Jio. 2, small. "s 0 Salmon, per lb la smoked tZ Bazar, prime N. OlOtilllCod. t-er It. " A. . crushed.. UVi Halibut, smoked 1" " )wdered HZ' Herring, Bait. Uoe....3Jy. Coffee, Rio 18Jj, White Kish, Iresh lake " Java 20 1 per lb I ' Mexican !8Trcnt, do do do 1" J Roasted 20: PRODUCE Imperial SQAL 00 j Potatoes, old, per bu... Tea " liunpowaer.. 75(1. 0W1 new ,., " Young Hyson. 4ba,$l I Beets, per bunch 1'A - Oolong Black. 40(J$1 Carrots, do 2V4 ' English Break- jOnionB, do 2 last 751 Pieplant, do 5 Molasses, rehoiled iaar jLettnoe, per head 1 gallon 50Cabbage, do 35 sugar house OOiCucambors, each I " Baltinioresyi up..70i Peas, per peck 20 " St Louis 9-j Beans, white per rjt 5 Rice 7 FRUITS Pearl barley 7 Apples, dried per !b...8V Split peas 81 Peaches, do do lij- PROVISIONS Currants, Zante.pr Hams.sug. cur'd can- ! lb 1012 vassed per lb 15 Raspberries, perqt " plain liW Prunes, Ger. per lb...l2Vi Shoulders 11 i ' Turkish 122 Sides, clear IV Raisins, extra 20 Beef, d'd sugar cur'd 12l " Cooking No 1 ..lo Pork, pickled 121,1 FLUIDS Butter, prime table.. .20! Alcohol, per gal 75 " forcwdting 15 Burning fluid, pr gal. 75 Cheese, new 10 Lard oil, per gal 1 10 old ; Coal Oil 90(31.10 Lard 14 Vinegar, pure cider 20 CUT MEATS I Milk, per qt 5 Beefsteak, loin per lb... 9l MISCELLANEOUS " round 8Chickeus, old, each 25 ' roast Si young dol20 Lamb, foreqr 8 Eggs, per"doz 12J " bind qr 10Ice, jer Its) lbs TOk Citv Makkkts. There is daily market for produce open from 4 to 6 o'clock morning, the two City Markets being open ernate days as follows : The Upper Market John Robbers, market mas ter la open on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings, at the time specified. The Center or Lamasco Market Frantz Schnei der, market master is open on Monday, Wednes day, and Friday mornings, at the hours mentioned. There is also an afternoon market ojien at the Center Market house from 4 to 0 o'clock p. a. on Saturdays. I yrom the Oin. Price Current, Sept. ."-tA. llualneas Summary for tbe Past Week. The demand for monev dtirinp; the week has been but moderate, and the market throughout has ruled easy, l'or all pood local paper, at 10(o;12. The supply ot currency has been moderate. The offerings of time bills on the East have been quite moderate and the dematid good, at Tdt.3 for thirty day, and 910 for Bixty and ninety day. On New Orleans the rates fur sixty and nine ty day drafts are 10,12. The supply of sight exchange on the l'ast has been belter, and though rates have not been altered, essentially, they have been but feebly sustained. Not much doing in New Orleans. We ciuotev BayiBtr. New York sight '"K:'i ll('l Philadelphia 30 preui Boston 3"(S?b prera Baltimore (Tc-'iO preai New Orleans American Gold J prem Tho Ohio Vallev Uank Selling. x, prem prem prem J-2 prem par :!8(ij;to dis continues, of course, to supply Kaitcrn Exchange at premium usual term?. Western currency continues in jood de- niand nt Jl dtwnuot buying rate; and ( r ad SelTiup;. Tlie weather bai been cool and dry the ! I greater portion of tho w eek, and the coin- I plaint for want of rain becomes more gen- j oral. Vesterday, (uitc u Ivcavy shower fell, j in thin city and wt.-u of here. Iu the lower ! ' portions: of Indiana, the corn is bciug cut j and put iu shocks, the drouth having dried it up prematurely. The most noticeable feature, in the busi ness of the week, was the excitement iu the Hour and whee.t market, ow ino to the ad vices from Kaglaiid, aud no advance of fully 40c per barrel, and if we count the asking prices at the clo.-e, 50e per barrel whs es tablished on tljttr. Iu another part of our paper, we jr.vc Iboae adricea. 1 rtuay, uu- j i der the news brought by the Africa, the I I market waa mote excited, than we have j seen it for a long time, aud holders of llour 'and wheat seemed greatly rejoiced. The next installment of new?, which was re 1 ceivcd tSaturday looked less favorable, and the mat ki t became dull ami prices fell back 10irc, but 3-esterday four days later news I received by the J'arstiiie, again excited the market, and prices advanced fully 10(rj)15c, S and we understand some 10,000 bbls. cnang : ed hands lute in the afternoon nt 55 10 to $5 2o fur superfine, chiefly for future de liver v. Bar the Crst week of October. Su perfine could not have been bought at the j : close last evening below 5 25, on the spot, j the market closing very unsettled. Wheel i advanced Sc per bushel, reaching $1 10 ; I 1 20 for prime red and White ; tell back I five cents Monday, but became buoyant I again yesterday afternoon and closed iin ; settled. Corn advanced to 4445c. Oats declined j to 28c, but apain advanced to 2H(f :J0c, clos ing firm. Kye and Barley unchanged, and I 1 the demand moderate. The supply of Wilis- ' ky has been very light during the week, and l ' not equal to the demand, and prices advanc- j ; ed to 20c; but at the close the market gtve I i indications of a decline, the advices from New York being unfavorable, in the Pro- j ! vison market there has been very little done j I during the week. A concession was made ia bacon and about 300 hhds were tuk-n nt 'jc for shoulders, 1 1 c for sides, and li'. ! for clear side?, chiefly, however, within the last two days, and there was more Crmness 1 in tbe market, at the close, under the ad- . j vance from .New Orleans, which will be ! : found under the Telegraph news, ftolders I seem lo have faith in the future of the mar ket still, and are looking to the South for a j good demand. The stocks of brl pork iu Xew York and New Orleans, for some ears back, on the 1st of September, compare, as follows: N'ew York. W ftilnsns brts. .JMJIH ..il.t'.lo ..J07 1 ..79,:ivi tils. 10,642 7.1" ii,44'; -'8,47s 11 033 IflSfi ISS7 18o8 issa lBliO There ha3 1 ii :t gooil deal ilons in llo?, for Novtiuber delivery, durin'' the week, at $6 MfAG 60; and onr ad viced front tbe in terior leave uo doubt that fully one-half of be heavy crop o! the West ha3 chauped owners at 0 to S6 50, net ; .ij(77i; '.'."i for December, and c-'- 2o(0 id for November, iieine; tbe prevailing rates, delivered at the leading Tiackitio; places, and there has been great competition to get hora hetw cen dealers. Mauy think, however, that tlie seuson will not bear thce prices, ar.d that this is the prelude to au uuprufit.i'ule eOisoa. lu the ttrocery toarket, noUiing transpired during the week of importance. tVe uotico a spbcsla ive demand tor hops iu the East, based upon tbe failure of tiie crop iu England, but tlu-.v are dull here at I0l2c. Deiiler-! in ttiis city do not be lieve tu f leculatino; in tbe article. 'ot. LliN T JTAJ ett, of Howt's ; ;r I.osork. Johu Hoar Comers, Pnrtnj;'! couutr. Otxio, who has voted tbe Deruocratic ticket for forty year.j. Las dually been compelled 'j dissolve lii;; coaucctiou with that party and Im how pn Ihr I.ittcoln and Baniin. The Last Dotlasite Discotkbt. The Detroit Tribune says Gen. Orviile Clark, ft most dogmatic Douglasite of that city, in a speech ou Friday evening, made the follow ing remarkable statement : The principle of self-government is one dear to every American. Our forefathers 1 ?ft a land of tyranny and oppression, for one where they could have a church with out a bishop a government without a king; where the people should be their own bish ops and their own king3. They settled on the bieak shores of tho Atlantic in a land without laws, and solemly reiolved that they ti ould be governed by the laics of God until they had time to make better ones. Democratic legislators improving on the law of God is a new phase of the great question. Cin. Gaz. What Douglas Saw ap Did. Mr. Douglas saw tje injustice of the Missouri compromise to the South, hence through his instrumentality it was repealed, and slavery extended from 36 degrees 30 min utes to the 38th parallel north latitude. Atlanta (Ga.) Confederacy. This Georgia journal should be careful how it presses this point. Douglas' friends are trying -to deny that he was ever instru mental in extending slavery. That he was, is a demonstrable fact, and we are obliged 1 to the Confederal for stating it so clearly. Albany Evening Journ 21. T II K CII1CAOO PLATPOBJli AS AMENDED ISC ADOPTED. BeDolvetl, That we, the delegated representatives of the Republican electors of the United States, in Convention assembled, in the discharge of the duty we owe to oar constituents and onr country, unite in the following declarations : 1st. That the history of the nation during the last fonr years, has fully established the propriety and necessity of tbe organization and perpetuation of the Heputilican party ; aud that the causes which called It into existence are permanent in their na ture, aud now, more than ever bafors, demand Its peaceful aud constitutional triumph. 2. That the maintenance of the principles pro mulgated in the Declaration of 1 udependeuce aud embodied in the Federal Constitution That all men are created equal ; that they are endowed hy their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ; that to secure these rights, governments are lnstitnted among men, deriving their just DOW NS from the consent of the governed " is essential to the preservation of our Republican institutions ; and that the Federal Constitution, the Rights of the states, and the Union of the .States must and shall be preserved. 3. That to tne t ulou or the stales tins nation owesjta unprecedented increase in population. Its surprising development of material resources, its rapid augmentation of wealth, its happiness at home ancl Its honor abroad; and we hold lu ab horrence all scnemes lor Disunion, come from what ever source they may : And vre congratulate the country that no Republican member of Congress has uttered or countenanced the threats of Dis union so often made hy Democratic members, with out rebuke and with applause frm Ihelr political associates; aud we denounce those threats of dis union, in case ot a popular overthrow of tueir as cendency as denyiug the vital principles of a free government, and as an avowal of contemplated treason, which it is the imperative duty of an in dignant People steruly to rebuke aud forever si lence. 4. That the malutenaore inviolate of the Rights of the States, and especially the right of each State j to order and control Its own domestic institutions i i according to Its own Judgment exclusively, is es sential to that balance of powers ou which the p-T- j lection ami endurance of onr political fabric de- j ' pends ; and we denounce tho lawless invasion by ' arnied force of the soil of anv Slate or Territory, 1 j no matter uuder what picti xi. a among tlie gravest - f criuies. 6. That the present Democratic Administration : j lias far exceeded our worst upprehenslons. in its I measureless subserviency to the exactions ot a sec- j ! tional interest, as especially evinced in its di-si-er- ) j ate exertions to force the infamous Leceuiptoii Con- stitutlon upou the protesting reople of Kansas ; in I construing the personal relation between master I i and servant to luvolve an iuoualined property in I persons; in its attempted enforcement, everywhere t on land sod sea, through the iuturventiou of Cou- i i gres and of the Federal Ouurts, ol the extreme pretensions of a purely local tuierest ; and iu its I geiui al and unvarj tag abuse ot the j ower intrusted I to it by a COoMtag people. 8. That tho lYoi.le Jaatlji vk-srwilh aim in the re. klt-ss extravagance w liicb pervades every depart -ment of the Federal tioerumeut; thai a reiuru to -rigid economy and accountability i indispeusahi" to arreal th syateniatir t-lumlyr of the public tr.is ' ury by favored pattisans ; ahUe Uia rarent startl tug ' dosokHMHcafs of frauds ai.-d oorraultoas at itie Fei- ! I eral Metropolis, show that an entire rhsHge ot . ! aitniiclstration is imperativelx demauded. 7. That 'he new doirma that the Constitution, of its own force, carries Slavery into any or ail of the Territories of ths Uicted litates, is a dangerous political hcrosy, at variance with the explicit pro visions of that instriiu-.eiit Itaorf, with contempora usoos exposition and with leslstativo and judicial preceiler.t ; is revolutionary iu Its tendeiu.-y, aud : nbiersiveot the peaixj aud harmony ol the countiy . S. That the normal condition of all the Territory j ot the United States is that of frtedom : That s our Republican lathers, when they had abolished I slavery in all our national territory, ordained that ! M no person should be deprived of life, litierty, or j projrty, without due process of law," it ttecoiucs j iir duty, by legislation, whenever such legislation 1 is necessary, to maiutaiu this provision of the Goa- j stltntii.il airainst all attempts to violate it ; and wa i deny the authority of Congress, of a territorial len isUtiire, it of any individuals, to give legal exist ence to Slavery iu any Territory of the Uuiled urates. 11. That we braud tho lecent re-opening of the Afncau Slave-Trade, under the cover of our Na- I tioaai Flag, aided by perversions of Judicial power, j as u ci line agniust Humanity and a burning shame So our : atid Age ; and we call upon Congress i to take prompt aud efficient messures for the total and hual suppression of that execrable iralflc. lo. That in the recent vetoes, by their Federal 1 dovernors, of the acts of the Legislatures of Kan- I bus and Nebraska, prohibiting Slavery In those j Territories, we find a practical illustration of tho ! boasted Democratic principle of Non-Iuterventiou : and Popular Sovereignty embodied iu the Kansas- ! Nebraska bill, and ademonsti alioa of the deception , and fraud iuvolved therein. It. That Kansas should, of riaht, be imm.-.li:.-lv admitted as a State under the Constit ution recently fallt aud adopted by her people, and accepted by the House i f Representatives. ,'. -. That, while jiroviding reveuuo for the sup port of the general government by duties upon iiti-j-orts, soutul policy requires such au adjustment ol taoae iinposts as to encouruwe the development ot the industrial Interests of the whole country ; and commend that policy ot national exchaugi : which secures to the working men liberal wages, to ! arlcultnre remunerating prices, lo mechanics and j nianiiiaciiirers an adequate reward for their skid, : labor, and enterprise and to the nation commercial . prosperity and independence. 33. That wo protest against auy sale or aliena j tlon to others of the I'nblic Lands held by actual ' settlers, and aualust any view of the Fn-e Bonis ' stesd policy whitli regards the settlers as paupers or suppliants for putlic bounty; and we demand the passage by Congress of the eomptete and satis factory Homestead tueasure whli h -al ready j.-vss-ed the House. II. That the Republican party is opposed to any ! change in our Naturalization Laws, or any State ; legislation by which the rights of citizenship hith i erto accorded to immigrants from foreign lands -hail be abridged or impaired ; aud In favor of giv ; Im; a full and efficient protection to the rights of . all classes of citizens, whether native or natural Ir.rd, both at home aud abroad. 15. That appropriations hy Congress for River - aud Hsrbor improvements of a National character, i required for the accommodation and security of an ! existing commerce, are authorized by the Coasii ; tution, aud justified by the obligation ofGovem ) ment to protect tho lives and property of Its citizens. 16. That a Railroad to tbe Pacific Ocean is ha i peratively demanded hy th interests of the whole country ; that the Federal Uovernment ought to I render Immediate aud efficient aid In its construc ' lion ; and that, as pielirninary thereto, a daily Overland Mall should be promptly established. 17. l iually, having thus set forth our distinctive - principles and views, ue iuvlte the co-operation ol all cttljeas, hoWeTtrr differing on other questions, wl substantially agTe wlls as iu thoir afflrman' and Sltpi ort. CITY OF EVANSVILLE -vs. SCHAPKER & BUSSING. tIA-CK run ls ' have eeu fit to eoi irb us by au exorbii- nt asjessmeotot our taaable property, aod lcaiise we tri;l Ht make oath to an uncertainty, and failed fo notice thst we Ejus, attend to a part whi- h usually wss ths As sor's duty, we have to submit to sn unjust laasjlbia Sow, for fear that the city's j HnaacasJ sTatss ar- lu a coudlllon to cause surh a eoaras towar.lt ie la I asiJWfs, and lu order to j luake the -ti ntjt nfa "bad" liarghin, and ; Im sustain the riiy's i redit, we will taka city and ..iiuty or-lers SV.r D: y GKds at s rste that no one - an obje-:t fo, sn 1 sell goods fi" them aud cash very hsr-p iu order to close oat our summer stoek. Si'HAPKER i BC8SISG, Succc85--r to S. Embich d Co., jnlvi ' Ko. 19 Main street. sO if-. Bef. ist rec awS nd and tor sals at tf.LittTrS rAMIKT (il;0in:r:T MISCELLANEOUS. CaatSTtAM KBATZ WJt. HKILMAS KKATZ & HEILMAN. JITY FOUNDRY I MANLTAITtKERSAXDCriLDERSOFSTBAM ENGINES AND 1PJILER8, Pasr end Grist Mill Machinery. Tobacoo S--iewi 1 Unmmini: Machines, Chinese Sugar Cane Milli, Thratlne ."far nines, 4c. EVANSVILLE, IND. rmvty PtiO PR IE TORS OF THE CITY FOUlt S dry beg leave to inform their friends and ths public in general, that they are prepared to do ail : kinds of ; MACHINE AND FINISHING WORK, and evervthiug appertaining to ths Foundry buM i nes- They are manufacturing Stkam Engines am BoiiEasof any size aud pov.er require 1. Baw Mih Machiuery and Mill Gearing of auysite; Distil-'- lery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws, Gom 1 ming Machiues, Thrashing Machines, Malt Mill", Uorseicers, Corn-shellers, Machinery of all kinds made and repaired. Iron and Brass Castiu oi every description, Iron Iloueelronts, Collar Grau. I fr. Cooking and Heating Btoves of the latest im i.roved patterns ; Hollow Wr, Dog Irons, Ac. BKEWKKS, DISTILLK.S. KKCTIFIKRS, Ac , 8uppliel with every description of Copper auo ! Sheet Iron Wcrk, Lrowing Kettles, Uelrigeratore , Attemjsirators, Sparges, Stillbeada and Worms ad , au improved pnuciple, Columus for Alcohol Stills Yeast Jugs, Caus. Syphons, 4c; Copper, Lead and Iron Pipe; Copp-r, Brass and Iron Pumps of every j variety, fo. Sieer, spirits, oil, arc.: Brass Cocks and : Valves, Steam Whistles, fv. Workmen sent to ali parts to fit up work and do i repairs on Steam Boilers, Copper aud Shvet Iron i Work,fc. OLD METALS lii'UGHT. They are dealing in and selling Allen's Improved ; Steam Gauge, W rought Iron welded Pipes and Tu bing, Hiram Hopkins' Improved Smut Machine, I Stephen Hughes' Fe.ur tjeparators, (Iciman Bolt ' lug Cloth, Gum Elastic Reltine, Packing, Hoe, arc., i of the best kind; Tinplate, Sheet lroi . Biork Tin, 1 Pin Iron, Bablt Metal, Spelter, Fire Brick. They have every facility of the I .est Machinery i aud workmen, and e ii; give el) work entrusted te them, their indivi laal iteiitiou, tilliug orderi promptly, warrintiii!i lb, ii i k. and are satisfied with reasonable price-. OfnVe and Salf N... l.o Main fclieel; Foundi'iy, Boiler V I iw i MaoalM Shop on P.t street, betvveeu First ville, Indiana. hand a sniiplv of 'e .jl.d streets, l.vaos. iloc7 We can also fvrnlsh TRACK SCALES of any ca pa. it v. These Scalej are trom the manufactory o K. T. FAIRBANKS dr CO., St. Johusbnrg, Vet mout. Every Scale is teited and sealed, aii war ranted correct. For testimonials ws rehar to tts thousands of persousnslug them. HORNBROOK at CO.. Agents, nori4 Water street. Kvansville. a n.noi-ii. . j. f-ocMvmjvtr t. JsTsV iiave removed to Water straot, threi dotvtfl above Main. WE are now inantitacicri'ig Wells' Patent Fold log Spriug Bed, the best aud most convenient uow iu use, al it can be moved or bandied without any trouble. Call aud examine them. lan'ZS tJ-k-f T IJ .1" iOHIIIJlJL TIIMi JB.J best sale nt Medicine known for Diarrlnea. For THOMPSON'S New Drug Store. Ls Jackson s Cough Svrup, at augl THOMPSON'S Drug Store. MM ! HOOF LA.NUS GERMAN MEDICINES! THE UHKAT S T A X D A R D R A' M K D I E 8 of tho present age, have acquired their great por Liarlty only rhroiigh years of trial. Unboand ed satisfaction If rendered by them lu all cases. BOOFLA KITS G F. R 31 AM B I T T E R 8 WILL POSITHEl-T eras Liver Complaints, Hjs(p-la, Jaundice, Nervsus t Del-lliiy, 1 1. h ,,f the Kidneys, and all disease' ; arising from a .lisordervd liver, or weakness uf . stomach and digestive organs, ami kill posuivu T eaasrastt i Keti'o Feuvr, hili-Ht Ptrnr, atd Peeer ffitj Aj See our Almanac tor ptaoC lrice 7j. ts per hoi t!e k0OrLAHtT6 It 4 ISA MIC CORDIAL WILL FOSITIVELT Cl'kB C. ughs, Colds, or Hoarseness, Bronchitis, luflu I en7Jt, I' roup. Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption, and has ja rforroed the uot astonishing cures titer '. known of CONFIRMED CON SUM F T I U X . As a lHarrlnea c.-rdial It is naocaaied. Price 75 ' Cents Jler ltfle. UOOFLANDS GERMAX PILLS, ' being well-known throughout Kurops and Amer cau need no I iMIIlnsailalbw here. They are purely vegetable, are prepared with great exactues uu sugar-ated. No latter Cathartic Till can I s foond. Price SS cents per box. These ineliciues are prepared by Dr. C. M.sai a sos; A' Co., Philailelphis, Pa., and St. Louis, Mo., and are sold by druggists and dealers in medirluef everywhere. Tbesignature of C M. .tacks4o will be ou the outside of each bottle ot box. In our M Everybmhj' Jhaaviac," published an nually, you will hud testimony and commendatory notices from all parts ot' the country. These alata. uas are given away !v all our agents. BEWARE OP CO l:A TERFEI'I'H. See that von get HooQaud's Irsriuau Bitters, pre- j pared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Fhlialelpbia, Pa., and that his signature is tan the w Keller & White, Agents H Lsieh A t'silstedt, do deen i-irtrr of tAish bowl Kvannri'le. Ind. do d -r J. W. fiCOEKI. in Main street-, EvacSvlUs' . iuis assarted, Rsr the C -natry wads. 2 t M g 0 v - arSvsHBBTrSi a x9?BEhi9sE9sSbSh Brass! - VTLjSpsiri sxssjfe 39LssVBT bTboIbfT TmEi 5 StBc4SBBE?t SSaBBB iSBBfesnBsaT! asaSsaavBsss rrrs w EsxssTaaf?Ivv SB aw MISCELLANEOUS. The Economist. M. first premiums at eveiy Fair where it has beeu exhibited. At the Sonth.-Wost.ern Indiana District Fair, held 1. ere October. IKoO, there wera but two premiumso'fered foi ro 'kin;: stoves one for the best wood cokiug stov e,and one for the host coal cooking stove. The Economist took the FI SJT PREMIUM FOR THE RKST OOKING STOVH F0RW0(I. Rcelker, KliiMiiankCo took the first premium for their cooking stove for coal. No other promiums Wars ottered. The largesilver medal wus warded to tho Economist at the New Toik Stat" Fair; aud the first premium at the United States Fair held at Chicago, and twelve other State aud County Fairs in IS60. In "no branch of nn- haitlfnl ai I has thsrs beeu a more apparent advance than iu tns man ufacture of stoves. It is but a fow years since the very name was a uovilty, representing a huge, shapeless structure, simian as devoi.f oi use as ornament, These hsve gradually given plac to patterns of grace and utility ; until thevarietirs our markets bow present have aim. sit exhausted the vocabulary of names; and the different phases the metal is made to assume, would astonish old Vulcan hi m-elf. lu s.yle and finish, the improve ment has lseu real, leaving nothing to be desireJ on that point, but tiie severe competition in prksi, to which the) have baan subjected, has deprived them of many of the more substantial qualities desirable This seems PSOtn aaptiriallj to bave been the ca-e in reference to cons stoves an article ct domestic economy that hasmorc todowtthsenMiag wives and crotche.y servants taaa most DOOBdsj Iro ! agii.e. The public have oc sought nil improve ment in this article, and w . i e are ready to pay any rce-toiiable price fjr a c oking stove, if it only j psasMass tne merits of size, wiight, convenlenco, I nnrability, i conomy, and pi rfection of mauufactur . ! These quaiines sseiu to be possessed most fully in i the Kcon mist anew stove, perfected and brought i out tb past season, by Messrs. Tread we:! , Perry i ANortor.of Albany. We huard so much of this j StOWS, aad it looked so much like a stove intended j for sse, that we concluded to try them, and tho j result of the experiment convinces us that the proprietors, lu their lists! Hliaal toil to make iheSen i (MM in the orW, BATS succeeded. We regal d the ' ScoDomist as .ossessing alt the merits atmre enu - merated as tlie great stove oi the day far lu uyi i vance of auythiug ever attempted in the liue ot ; stoves, perlict ii. all its ai -iiiliuetits, and true to : Its name In durability end the use of tool. Araim the many ctuveiueu'-cs alia, bed to it, may Ih. men tioned a large -eti, with h.ks arrsnged. Ur sas MOiding meats while r.-n-linv'. A copper wsUl i Lank, holding from Vl tu j.". gallons-warming i closet, broiling h.sitli, ,ic, Ac The broiling ' hearth isoneot Uso moat aoUesafctS ssaraEso of tala I reuiAzkable stc.ve. There in v. r has bssss, to oui : know ledge, any helling S Store that was nivlly sai i lstactory ib lis eperaiion. i lie proprietors ol thla stove have besin CoadaCtitlg a -eriis of experlmeuia upon broiling, elicitit'g sums valuatde tacts, and es Sultiug lu the iuveuti.ei ol a gridiron adapted Ki this stove, wtii-ti has ansa secarvd by letters paleui. aud Is one ol tlie most admirable things ol the klsal we ever saw- broiling without eimiU, aad keeping the oasis In a constant glow . We are always gta. to do justice tu uie.hani.nl nui roveiuents, and es peclally such as contl il.ti;-m largely to tho HOSMNrsa gis1. as lbs oue abiivs meui tonssl. Tlie BoonovrJsf, srali b laeoaHaaaMasMCoaohalasws solr, wilt bs f. inn! r-ulg at SCANTL1N a, UTk I'UKNS's, Haln bstasma Water an l Firm. Kvsu.1 111... lu.: noire BOOT AMD SHOE MANUFACTORY, 35 .ffals Strict. -M. CVmtKfK CO., M'CI XSNItHBt MMm to J. E. Dutebur, would respectfnllj gis notice that they aiatiutact ore to order, and have constantly on hand, all kinds of Boots and Shoe., for Ladles', Gents', and Children's wear. Having replenished ihelr stock of Eastern work, they arw prepar.'d to sell as low as any house in this city en gaged in tbe retail trade. None but Philadelphia workmen are employed lu this establishment. Please give us a call. D. M. C0ftB1 A CO. may l-Um sfs.7 up mi.ya HTfi. k js'o u opt sLS is' - d to none in beauty and symmetrical proportKSs. Lovers ot a rointortable, goott-sSoKiug, fine aud durable Hat will be sure to get suited aoJ fitted. Bring in your orders, gentleineu. French Felt & Cassimere Hats , Alwiiyn on bund ami made to ordor of kji - . tMT color The Cricket and Zouave Hat Jrmt returning into fashiotj Ihr fprlMg-PMOumkit WOOL AND FUR HATS Ot every iinsginable shape, color and quality. Straw Groods. An immense Block, b.ulit (ell pt ft.rre-Hii'!inLj tigurt-fi. CAPS, CAPS. A vrrv larg; stork ou hand all tho latest styles. MISSES' FANCY HATO. fat It-nl vtu' tn'ii in tbe city. Infant, Boys' & Youths' Hats, An Bodrswi vsrlety for Spring and fluminer. VALTIKR A MARCONNIKR, aprl 119 Main street. .il OWING AND THRFShTnG tMi Et HHJBPK It CO., Mi fVf-VS VMM. M. Ml, JF Ind., agents for the following Machines, which are the most approved patents uow in use. Reapers and Mowers. W. A. Wood's Improved Mower. K. Ball's " " Champion Reaper and Mower, 9elr Raksr, Iron Harvester, Kentucky Harvester, Bnckeye Mower, h. Ball's Reaper and Ik' v.-r. Threshing Machinos. Rallston's ImprovedThresher, Wtt's Patent Thresher, MotBtt's may22-ly CHARLES BABCOCK. I inporter and I1 ; in Uoaeh and Saddlery Hardwafv, MAT.V STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. MS V.V COMH PUT lilt .fit' J- MM rangemeutt with Enrepean and American manufacturers fora direct snpply of all goodsln m . line, I am enabled to offer Inducements, that can not fail to be to the interest of all engaged in tbe business to give me a trial. I name in part: axles, springs raads of the Lest steel; bands, enameled and of all kinds of leather, clotlis, linings for carriages, varnishes, castings ot all kinds, saildls trees, English bridle leathers, bits, stirrnps, spurs, haines, nne silver hames cf ali kinds, Jenny Lind Qlg Trees, self-adjusting pads, Taylor's patent hames, fly nets, shoe threads, horse blankets, London Ulrth Webs, American Girth sai' Hein Webs, both cotton and worsted; London Welt Skins, a superior article; ivory, gntta perrha aud brass lined marteugal rings; superior kerseys for horse ci. vers, the best quality of carriage Loiu, patent gig trses, Ac, Ac. I keep iu fact everything appertaining to either branch of the business, aud understanding 1mUi Iraurhes thoroughly, we would respectfully tastts your attention before purchasing elsewhere. I im also agent for Ward's Patent Mpriiw 9ssidl-. epai-dAw griijvci tvvj ti no jr. 13 boxe.- Proctor A Camnle German yea p. Lj " " ' Crown 16 2,. l for sale at COOK d- LANOLKT'S. AT1MT1T JJ'H 1. o vjv-t r OBUBHH W-S WsDted I We wMl heieafter take City an I Ctunty Orders at their lace for Dry Goods. SCHAPKER A ltl'SSIKG. aogifl Ko. 43 Main street WMMCM JL MJS'fi BFMCM1B. JYBTMMtan, Gmror, Cslery ST Macs, Cloves, Clnuamon rVed, arc, sale by ang iA Ac. A fresh supply jnstat hand and fo: WM. B1ERBUW Kit. Druggist, No. 78 Main St., Washington Block. M very supsrior artiels for washiug purposes s:n, tiarca au.l "WIHUS ooo iui o(e WM. BIKBBOWKR, Druguist, aogS 7S Main St., Washington Block. .1 GVMi jajsnicM.vvei -ujbkbwm Chlorite, Ayre s Agin, lure, ingooa inuis Cholsiogue, Btnith s loulc hyrup, tuaJlonoerger s Pills, Graves' Pills, Rhodes' Kever aud Ague Cura, McKenrie's Tonic Febrifuge, and Prof. Mott's Febrifuge Wins, at N. 3. THOMPSON'S augl City Drug Stors. AT III IP MB JiJVMt MMt fMSM. MT MB J Ws settled fact that Uarker's Chloriue Ague Kill er Is the best medicine known tor effecting a sure I aod permanent cure of Fever and Ague or Chills and Fever. It preveuts Ague Cake ana all tns Ills that Mlow rh use vT Quinlus. For sals by v. e. THOsiPaOK, augl At tba City Dra Stis. AOIII3ST33S