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F.vaiisville Ac Crawford vllle R. M. It M. Accommodation TraiiTT. 9M A Mail Train 9-16 tlHfiU. Mail Train 4.56 P Accommodation 3.30 " Steamers Regular Packets. ton c'AiKO. CaaBtiT Bowr leaves Tuesdays and Saturdays at 12 o'clock m. Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at night. ror. PAUCCAH. XhTMBAR leaves Mondays, Wednesdays, aud Fri- days at 12 o'clock x. Arrives Tuesdsys, Thursdays, and Saturday at night roa HENDEESON. Gix. D. M. White plies daily, leaving Evansville in the forenoon and returning in tho evening, roa locisville. Grt.t Saole, of Louisville, leaves Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6 o'clock p. m. Arrives Tuesdaja and Saturdays in the afternoon. Grev K.v.i r, of Qallipolis, leaves Mondays at 12 o'clock M and Thursday" at o'clock p. tt. Arrives Sundays and Thursdays in (he afternoon, roa oreex river. Lce Eaves leaves Mondays and Thursdays at 0 o'clock p. h. for Bowling Green. Arrives on Mon days and Thursdays in the morning. There . regular daily communication with Hra dcsson and Newbuboh by beat and land convey ance. RIVES. ITEMS. STEAMBOAT REGISTER. ARSIVED. St. Cloud, Pittsburg; Lue Eaves. Green river ; Grey Eagle, Louisville. DEPARTED. M Cloud, New Orleans ; Lue Eaves, Green river ; Grey hagle, Louisville. BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY. Dunbar, Cairo ; Gen'l White, Ilenderson. The Weather yesterday was cloudy and very cool during the earlier part of tbe day, but toward evening it became clear and more pleasant. There was a light rain the night before, in consequence ot which the River was swelling a very little yesterday eventng. The Dunbar is in port and will be receiving freights until noon, when she leave3 for Cairo. Let our shippers give her a good trip. The Evansville and Cairo packet Charley Bowcn is in port and will be receiv ing freights to-day for all points on the lower river. The Bowen possesses an ad vantage over the other " abort packets " in the arrangement she has for resbipping her freights at Cairo. Shippers patronizing her have the satisfaction of knowing that their goods will goeafely and speedily to their des tination. Capt. Lancaster has made arrange" inents to run the Gen'l D. M. White in such a manner as to accommodate the citizens of Henderson who wish to attend the District Fair to be held here next week. During the holding of the Fair the White will leave Henderson in the morning and return in the' evening, iying there over night, instead of at this place as heretofore. We yesterday published a paragraph, clipped from an exchange, relative to the shipping rates at Cairo, staling that there had been a decline. We have since learned that this is a mistake, and that the rates on freights from that point to New Orleans are stili fully l. per cent, above the Associa tion tariff. Tho Lue Eave arrived from Green River and returned with only a fair trip of freight. The river ia still in a bad condi tion, and there is but little freight moving. The famous fast packet Capitol is of fered for sale at New Orleans by the Bayou Sara Mail Company. The Cincinnati Enquirer says: The marine pumps that were sent down to raise tbe sunken steamer Fortune were brought back yesterday on the Sunny South. The Fortune has broken in two, but the boat has been wrecked. It is stated that Capt. Geo. W. Ca ble has bought a one-fourth interest in the John Wahh at St. Louis, and that Capt. Chauncey Cable is to take command. The lately sunken steamers Choctaw and City of Louisiana, have arrived at St. I.ouio, where they will be repaired. KKU At the request of Mr. Denby, Mr. Gavitt's attorney, we willingly give place for the following card : A Card. To the Public. Charges affectiug my integrity as Sheriff of this County appear in this edition of the Kvansvillo Journal. I respectfully ask, as nothing more than justice, that :dl persons-my enemies as well as my friends will refrain from forming an opinion as to tbe truth or falsity of those charges until I can reply to them. Strike, but hear. John S. Gavitt. Editor Journal. I wish publicly to ac. nowledge through your paper, the very sat isfactory manner in which Messrs. Cope land & Neiseu adjusted, and the prompt ness with which the ..Etna Insurance Com pany paid, the small loss which I sustained by damage to my Household Furniture by the firo of the 9th iust. Evansville, Sept. 14. Husky Adlkr. "The UIIOI FUS. 1 his is the title of a new weekly paper just issued by the " Bell and Everett Club " of Indianapolis. The price per copy for the campaign is forty cents. The paper is printed by Wm. S Cameron, and typographically and editorial, ly is well gotten up. Remittances should be made to Z. Tousey, Treasurer of tho Club and all communications should be addressed1 to " Editor of Union Flag." SS? The Republicans of Terre Haute in tend to have a big mass meeting on the 4th, and those of Vincenneson the 5th of Octo ber. Some first-class speakers will be pres ent. StSri'Ue New Albany Tribune, alter a temporary suspension of a few days on ac couut of the Are which destroyed part of the office about a week ago, is again out. We are very glad to see its familiar pages again. The out. la Hon. Geo. W. Summers, of Va., is a Iptte-r. talcintr strancr crnnnd agains anv attempt to carrv the election of President into the House, in order to avoid .v. c f i i : i . i . ..1 j the scenes of fraud and bribery that would inevilably follow such an issue. No Breckinridox Statx Tickxt. The Breckinridge State Committee adjourned yesterday, after coming to the conclusion not to nominate a State ticket. Tbe ma jority of the committee were predisposed to a cousining course, but seem to have found tome satisfactory reason for changing. We attach no importance to this action, as ivc should have attached none to a different ac tion. We shall have to beat both parties, or a good part of both, and we should lmve had to do about tbe same thing if a nomi nation had been made - Tr,d. Jour. INSURANCE. COPELAND & NEXSEN, M1MCI AH! OFFICE: SAVINGS BANK, NO. 1 FIRST STREET, EVAN8VILLE, ISO., W bjs j"o wfbkpjbkmi to tjskk wJl Risks and issue Policies in soveralof tho Sid est and most reliable Insurance Companies of the United States. STORES, STOCKS, DWELLINGS, MILLS AND MANUFACTORIES, insured at the most favorable rates. MARINE AND INLAND NAVIGATION Risks taken on FLAT-BOATS, BARGES, STEAMBOATS and their CARGOES. Also, applications received for LIFE INSU RANCE. Combined Capital Represent ed, over $4,000,000. COPELAND A- NEXSEN, Agents. THE SECURITY FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK CITY. Cash Capital, ALT. PA1K IN. $500,000. SlRPLliS SI 30,000 PARTICIPATION5 POLICIES, Entitling the assured to a portion of its Profits, OP WHICH 75 PER CENT Is set aside annually for that purpose, providing SAFETY In its yearly accumulations, which are fended in stead of being divided to stockholders, and CHEAPNESS In dividends to holders of " participation policies," or an ABATEMENT in Mar'ue Insurance from the standard rates ot premium to customers who may prefer uon -participation. JOSEPH WALKER, Pres't. TUOS. W. BIRDSALL, Vic.. l I sill Ml. B. L. Haydock, Sec'y. THIS COMPANY Insures against loss and damage by Fire on Dwell ings, Household Furniture, Stores, Warehouses and their contents. Policies issued by sept!9 COPELAND k NEXSEN, Agents. GUARD"AGAINST FIRE CHOICE INSURANCE TH. fNSUR&NCE CO. Incorporated 1819 Charter Perpetual. CASH CAPITAL $1,500,000, ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED. Net Surplus of $942,181.72, And the prestige of 40 years success and experience. UPWARDS OB" $14,000,000 Of losses have been paid by the jEtna Insurance Company in the past 40 years. The value of reliable Insurance will be apparent from tbe following LOSSES PAID B Y T II E ETN A UCRl.V.) Tflt PAST FIVE TIAUH: In Ohio tl31.ff20.83 In Michigan, "1A8,043 81 In Indiana,. i ' . -i In Illinois.... 44tt.327.41 iv.iL. -.,.... 97.549.21 Kansas A Nob lB.9i6.77 Iu Wisconsin, 10i,9.V.07 In Kentucky, MM,M. 10 Missouri, ;isi,6l8.'' Iowa Minn. 101,3! 9 10 lean's & Va.. HI ,M5. 82 Aik. rOa.... 23,9.".. 0.. Mississippi aud Alabama,. ..C52.412.1S. Fire and Inland Navigation Ricks accepted at terms consistent with solvency aud fair profit. Especial attention girrn to insurance of DWELLINGS and Contrtil. for term of 1 to 5 ttm n. The solid service long and successfully tried, and the many advavtnes theJEtna Insurance Company pod BMBSS In its line, should not be overlooked by those ready to insure and understanding their best interests, DurinR " strinirent times " the necessity for re liable Insurance becomes an imperative dutv the ability of property owners to snstaia Loss being then mucli leexened. Agencies in all the princlpul cities and towns throughout the State Polities issued without de lay, by any of the duly authorized Ageiits of the Company. - nuii,..H. attended to with despatch and fidelity. COPELAND '. NEXSEN, Agents. my Savinc Ilnnk Building, First .St. BY STATE AUTHORITY. INCREASE OF CASH CAPITAL. nevnrsD TO INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. FIRE CHARTER PERPETUAL. Cash Capital, Cash Assets $400,000 $547,712.36 H. L. LOOMIS, Prest. H. Kki.i.oo.i, Secrotary n. ii jt ii M. MAOILL, Gen'l Agts, CIX0fe!'ATl, O. MTAflsMs In all the principal Cities an.! Towns o' the l"ni..n.3( LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID I OjyApplictiO!is recMYei, policies Issued and re newed, and all LmelneM pertaluiug to tho ;ict prt'tnptly attended to. Ale. applications received for Life Innurance, in the JRtnA Life Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. Capital and surplus over S200,HK). COPELAND t NEXSEN, Agents. Or Office, on First St., bet. Main and 8yc, in Having Bank Bnlldlng. ARE YOU INSURED P DELAYS ARE DANGEROIS ! EVANSVILLE AGENCY OV TUB MERCHANTS' INSURANCE CO. Hartford, Conn. Cash Capital, $200,000 DIKECTOHS ; j Mark Howard , H, Wood ooHruflC Jamee Bolter, K. Roberts, Ouy R. Phelps. Timothy Sho'.dou, James P. Foster, BMrtey A. White Chss. T. Htllver, F.Mjah II. Owen." Il'mr Rlanchnrd, Richard D. Hubbard. M. M. Merrimnn, W. L. foil lue. W. II. P. Cal'.ender. BCtJ-ApplUatlons received, Puttclcs tssue.i and rc-uev-wl, and all business ..rtaiuln? to the Agsoeg promptly attended t... ISIS. Losses eijuit .!y OtljUSttHl uutl pl.'inptlV paid at. mis Is Aoeikoy atnp COPELAND 4 NEXKN, A; STEAMBOATS. REGULAR PACKBTS. BB n a W i. - it m m- villa and B.vWit 2 Green Tucket. The light draft l!. 8. Mail Steamers A. LITER, Captain, JOHN TRAVIS, Cl'k, Leaves Evansvillo every Monday and Thursday, at r o'clock, P ft!.; leaves Bowling Green every Wednoeday and Saturday, at 8 A. u. anglO WJJV8wMJLM,m tt hkjs'mmjbmsojs' Packet, Gen'l I). M. WHITE, R. L. Lancaster, master, runs as regular Freight and Passenger I'acketl daily (Sunday excepted) betvsvea this poiut and Henderson. aog7 i if; n co.nn to m t.i t H.vtii; WW of time. Tho Louisville and ! Henderton Light-Draught, Swift, Side W; , ; I . S. M. and 1'a.senger Packet,! ! Capt. A. DONNALLT, J. A. LrsK, CI k, Leaves Evansville fur Louisville every Mouday j at 12 o'clock M., and every Thursday at 0 o'clock , r. M., arriving at Louisville Tuesday end Friday ; evenings. Returning, leav-ee Louisville .-very Wednesday 1 and Saturday even ins at f o'clock. J NO. B. HA L, Agent, , jtilyUS-tf No. 2 Water stroet. EVANSVILLE AND LOUISVILLE U. S. SI AIL PACKET, Gr x o -y JE5 agio. W. a. DANIELS, Capt. 8. P. Halmdai, Clerk. JLM Tuesday and Saturday at 6 o'clock p. M. Returning, leaves Louisville every Monday and Friday at 4 o'clock r. M. M9 Through Bills of Lading will be given for Tohacco or other freight to Baltimore or New York at as low rates if not lower than hy any other route. Passengers or freight taken at packet-boat rates for any point on the Ohio River or on Green River. BV The passenger accommodations of the Grey Eagle are unsurpassed by any boat upon the West ern waters. Apply on board or to JOHN B. HALL, June7-dtf No. 2 Water street. -m-M VAISU BUiULAK I'ASnt.N GER PACKET, CHARLEY BOWEN, DexTEB, Master, leaves Evansville Tuesday ana Saturday, at iz o elock m.., arriv ing at Paducah at 6 o'clock, A. M . Cairo at 12 o'clock, M., Wednusdav and Saturday. Re turning, leaves Cairo every Wednesday and Sunday, at 7 o'clock, P. M., and Smithland every Thursday and Monday, at 9 o'clock, A. M., connecting at Evansville with the Evansville and Crawfordsville R. R., and Packets for Green River. Also, con necting at Smithland with Cumberland River Pack ets ; at Cairo, with Memphis, New Orleans and St, Louis Packets. Tickets can be obUaiaed on board the boat for all Eastern Ctles. sept23 rs S-J.VST VII. M. Jg JBJJ 1 I A C K E T Tbe nne steamer DUNBAR, Gus. Fowler, master, leaves Evansville every Mondav, Wednesday, and Friday, at 12 o'clock M. Leaves Paducah every Tuesday, Thursday, t.nd Saturday, at 9 o'clock A. M. Connecting at Kvansvill with the Evansville aud Crawfordsville Railroad for all points North and East, with packets for Lonisville Green, and Wabash rivers. At Paducah with pack eta for St. Louis, New Orleans, and tho Daily Mail boats for Cairo, Nashville, and Tennessee river. rBusinoss promptly attended, and charges for freight and passage, same as charged by the regu lar packet. Throngh bills of lading given to New Orleans and all points on the Tennessee and Cum berland rivers. augltt B, OH SOUTH t i HKO ,T.V JtJVU ML' POND RIVER. The eleKnt pnss.'iigcr steamer LIE EAVES. I McDonald, Master, Taylor. drk, will make regular trl-weekly trips to South Car rolton and Pond River, leaving on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. For freight or passage, apply on board. de20tf FGRWARD'G & COMMISSION. wj.nn tiXPUKSH co.iipj.vp.- M NEW ARRANGEMENT. The Adams Expkr.ss Company respectfully an nounce to their friends and patrons, the public of Evansville and vicinity, that, with increased facili ties for the transportation of TBMIOBT, V A OKA fi E S , HONEY AND VALUABLES, They solicit a continuance of former favors. Es pecial care taken in the collection of Bills, Drafts, Notes, and the transportation of small aDd valuable packages. All persons wishing to avail themselves of the fa cilities of the Express, can obtain any desired infor mation In reference to the routes aud details of tbe business, at their Office on First street, between Main aud Locust, opposite the Pint Office. de 18 G. II. FISH. Agent. Old Established Wharf Boat EVANSVILLE, IND. P. G. O'RrLEY&Co. TOHJUK, 'f I . It IH.'fi, JIJli COMMISSION MERCHANTS. General Railrr.e.', Steamboat, and Kxprec. Agents Special Agents for the PENN. CENTRAL RAILROAD; &nd connection, over which w are authorized to (five through receipts at the lowest r--r i. ratee Having a mammoth Whart l.m.t at the landing, the largest on the Ohio IUvor, capable of storing and protecting ail merchandize liwlde to damage from exposure, we are prepared to facilitate the dis patch of all consignments, forwardfd to our care by either RIVER, RAILROAD OR CANAL. Particular attention paid to Receiving, Storing and Forwarding, also, to the Sale of any Produce, or other property, consigned to us forsale, and satis faction guaranteed. Offlge and extensive Warehouse on Water street, a-ljoiulng the Telegraph, and on tbe Wharf boat, where we are to be fonnd, attending to the interests of our patrons at all hours, day and night. With our superior facilities; longstanding; un tiring energy; and knowledge of our business, we foel conndent of giving general satisfaction, and hope to merit a continuance of the extensive patron age we are now enjoying. Liberal cash advances will be made on all consign ments to either ourselves or correspondents in any of the principal markets, North, East or South. P. C. O'RILEY A CO. 4Tt OJV HJVU JJ-U . MIKTJiM- 9 MINED TO SUCCEED GEORGE THORNHILL takes pleasure In ii -orming his old customers that In the quality and style of his work, he flatters himself he cannot be excelled. Ho may still be found at the corner of Second and Main streets, where the choicest Har ness and Saddles of every description can be obtain ed on the best of terms. K Repairing done with tieatuess and dispatch. Second-hand Itarnen. lwav. on hand- lei Iiots forSaie MOST JBJSf TXRMS. w w The n.oet favorable epportunlty ever offered to the public. 20 lots of 5 acres each, on the New burg road, 1 miles from tbo Court-house, and 8 lots of 5 acres each, on Washington avenne, ene mi'.e from the city. As small a quantity as one fourth of an acre will he sold. If desired. Apply to WILLIAM BIERBOWER. nov22dlv iirtffw u 'i i. ij hk THK.nr WV 20n,n.Ki No. 1 Slaved Pine. Sbingles, six teen inches long. 3S1,(ss No. 1 Sawed Pine Shin gles eighteen inches Ion?. In yard and for sale by OLOVKIS, Septt ium Corr.er Main and Seventh street. A. it'll ool, It on as uf u- in. n iirtk onr young friends, the scholars ot Kvan-.- vilb , not to forget that w have all the Book uned iu trteir schools, and will be very glad to re. them when ever they are bnving, and will do our best for them with onr best thank. septa DOHKLL i CONYNGTON. AO MIOZ, i i canul, anu t Spring Chickens just received from canal. lor sale at Stlgo Kl.LIOTT'S FAMILY G BOOST. 1 JVKt, 8. - TJBJV JB.3i.KS sorted Flannels ; a ctsee plain aud spotted. I jur-t received and ior sale cheap by sept7 KEEN A PRESTON. ;i cr7oA'r.v rmm rmMCM) oi' jBS. Poplar Shingles. 2C0.00T No. I Poplar Sblngl" gomi as any In the market and forsale at 82. tO per thousand. A constant supply will bo , kept at this price, at GLOVER'S LTJMBKB YARD, 1 scpt.7 Cor. Main and !eventh streets. ? JaJP OshaburaP' 4 balea plain and striped, for ea'.e 1 bv (septT) KEEN PRKSTON. 4tt JK CM 8 JtJ'A B.T MM JFM B. IS Ls Cases aSftrtod ; Ticking, 8 cases ssso ted. for sale cheap.- desiiable for the fall trade. ti,t7 Kill 4 PBK9TOR. .V MM BTS OMJt tf - 9s era. IOQ do assorted fay KKBV k i't:K?TtN JS iv OO.fi P, SI UOOtlS.3 BLB Extra and Shaker tlrootus, iust revive 1 ta I lt-r sale l.y fU.VH SIcIOIIN&TON, iosey v.. - S-pt COMMERCIAL. e f a y s villi: RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. efed WtrkU COOK A- L A IIG1.IT, Dealers i;i all kinds of Fancy sad Staple Family Groceries, at the Eureka Bazaar, No 7' Main st. FLOCK AND FEED rVsal, por lb BM Flour, extra white wheat Pork, " 10lt per eck of !!8 lbs. ...3.00-FISH Do. sack of 19 lbs. ..1.50 Mackerel, No. I, 12W Corn Meal per bu 60- " extra iuess.l7J Brati, r 100 IU 75 " No. 2,small.26 Corn, per bn 60. Salmon, per lh lo GROCERIES smoked 22 :-n:rar, prime N. OMffHliOM, per R " A. I. crushed.. II ! Halibut, smoked IS powdsted U'.:: Herring. Bait. Roe....3Va Coffee, Bio 18;-'s White Fish, fresh lake " Java 22 T lb - ,; Mexican IS Trout, do do do 10 Boasted 22 PRODUCE Tea, Imperial 50l.0f) Potatoes, old, por bu... " Gunpowder..7."K1.50l " new ' 75 " Young Hyson.4oVftl Beets, per bunch 2 " Oolong Black. 40ot$1 Carrots, do 22 ' English Break- jOniuus, do 22 fast To, Pieplant, do 5 Molasses,reboilod per ; Lettuce, per head '. 1'4 gallon 50 j Cabbage, do .:...c . " sugar bouso WjCucumbers, each I " Baltimore 8i up. .70' Peas, per peck 20 " St. Louis 95i Beans, white per-qt 5 Rice 7 FRUITS Pearl barley 7J4 1 Apples, dried per Ib...8J Split peas 8 ; Peaches, do do 12Vj PROVISIONS Currants, Zante.pr Hanu,sug. cur'dcan- I lb 1012i vaued per lb 15 Raspberries, perqt ". plain lliPrunes, Ger. per lb...l2M Shoulders 11 " Turkish 12J Sides, clear 1510 , Baisius, extra 20 Beef, d'd sugar cur'dl2 " Cooking No I ..15 Pork, pickled 124i FLUIDS Butter, prime table. ..2: Alcohol, per gal 75 " for cooking 15, Burning fluid, pr gal. 75 Cheese, uuw 12 jLard oil, per gal 1 10 " old Coal Oil 901.00 Lard 14 Vinegar, pure cider 20 CUT MEATS iMIlk, per qt 6 Beefsteak, loin per lb. ..MISCELLANEOUS " round..-. 8iChickens, old, each 25 " roast.. 8 ' young dol020 Lamb, fore qr 8. Eggs, per doz 12 " hind qr 1 Ice, per 100 lbs Thk City Masxets. There is daily market for produce open from 4 to 8 o'clock 'morning, the two City Markets being ojeu ernate days as follows : The Upper Market John Robbers, market mas ter is open on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings, at the time specified. Tbe Center or Lamasc. 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 open at the Center Market house from 4 to 6 o'clock p. M. on Saturdays. New l'ork Market. New Youk, Sept. 20. Flour heavy and 5 10cts. lower with a moderate business doing for export at the decline ; sales 19,000 bbls at 5.12A5.25 for super state; 5.10 fj. 15 for extra state ; 5.12J5.25 for super western; 5.405.65 for common to medi um extra western 5.505."G for shipping brand extra r. h. 0.; closing steady at the decline. Rye flour dull and unchanged ; small sales at 3.50,4 40. Corn meal quiet and prices without change; -sales 100 bbls at 3.85,3.9.". Whisky in moderate de mand; market firm, sales 400 bbls at 23. Wheat a shade firmer, with a fair demand for export, chiefly to complete freight en gagements and to nil old orders, previous to the arrival of the Europa; sales 1900 bush els, red North Carolina at 1.38 ; 12,000 red state at 1.35; 14,f.00 Milwaukee club at 1.22; 12,000 Chicago spring at 1.1 7(5)1. 10 ; 1700 white Hick, at 1.401.50; 20,000 winter, red western 1.201.30, the latter for very choice; 14,800, w hite Ohio and In diana at 1.321.40; 1 100 amber Iowa at 1.32. Rye quiet, with a fair demand; sales 1,000 bu. 80c. Barley scarce and wanted at full price, 1500 bu. sold at 85 for Canada. Corn iu limited supply and the demand moderate ; prices advanced l2c. ; sales 21,000 bu. at 6GC8 for good and choice mixed west ;rn, aud C9 for Southern yel low. Oats heavy and 2(S 3 cents low er at 3739. Pork firmer for mess, with more doing, and dull for prime; 19 10 (3)19 30 for new mess ; 19 00 for old mess ; 14 00fj? 14 35 for new prime : 13 25 for old prime. Beef quiet aud steady. Cut meats dull and unrhanged ; 9i for shoulders; 10J (5,111 for hams. Lard continues dull ; sales 200 bbls at 12 13 . Butter steady at 12 16c for Ohio; 1 6fi 2 lc for State. Cheese unchanged at 9(U$o. Coffee in fair de mand; sales 2oo bags Rio at 13j14c; 1,000 mats Java, and 250 bags Laguira, on private terms. Molasses iu fair request; sales 140 hhds Cuba Muscovado at 2428c. Sugar steady at C0 for common refining , 6c for fair do.; Cjc for good do. Cincinnati Market. Cincinnati, Sept. 20, p. m. Flour is held firmly and full rates have to be paid by those who hnve to buy, but the demaud is exceeds ingly limited ; super may be quoted at 4 905 00. Wheat is held with a good degree of firmness, but buyers are holding oft". Oats dull at 30(331- Barley less firm. Whisky steady at 18c. 700 lbs new Hops sold at 35c. Provisions quiet . 50 hhds of bacon shoulders sold at 9e. Groceries firm ; active business doing at full prices. Sugar 8JJUc. Coffee 1415c. Molasses 41 42c. Money matters easy. Currency in better supply. Exchange steady at Jc prcni. Hendricks and the Pbopi.e. Keep it be fore the people that T. A. Hendricks, al though elected in 1852 by over 3,700 ma jority in the Cth District of Indiana, and af ter the introduction and before the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska bill, which contained the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, and which has extended slavery into a free ter ritory more than five times as large as the State of New York, admitted to his consti tuents " that the bill was unnecessary and uncalled for, and dangerous to the peace and integrity of the Democratic party ; " yet upon the Administration promising to " take care of such members of Congress as should vote for that measure, and for so do ing, be defeated by their constituents," T. A. Hendricks, well knowing thtt his consti tuents were opposed to that bill, did betray them, and voted for it ; did seek and obtain a nomination in 1854 for re-election, and was by that same constituency, for that be trayal, at that election, defeated and repu diated by over 500 majority ; and that that administration did take care of him, by re warding him for that betrayal of his con- . stituents with the appointment ot Commis j sioner of the General Land Office, upon the I spoils and incident of which he has grown wealthy. Can an honest man, thus betray : ed, vote a second time for his betrayer '' itd. Jour. Nkw York, Sept. 20th. Tho Herald s j correspondent says Mr. Seward made to-day ! the great speech of the campaign. He looked to the acquisition of British Ameri ' ca, Russian America, and Spanish America, ' aud declared that the man was born who ; would live to see the American people eom ; inp to the harmonieus understanding that this ia a land of freedom and lice men, that it is the land of the white man, aud that w hatever element? there arc to disturb its , present peace will before long pass away ' without enrhmgering this great Union. TalkiDg of the threats of the South to dis solve the I'nion he asked, who is afraid ? Nobody can lie bought. He prophesied that i the time would come when New York would cease to be the Empire Slate, and Pennsyl vania would cease to be the Key-Stone State, as Virginia has already ceased to be the Old Dominion. The New Dominion, the Em I pire State, and the Key-Stone State would .. b hereafter in the Mississippi Valley. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BT TUX X. a W. LUX. Exclusively for the Journal. j St. Josbpb, Sept. 20. By a messenger ( just in from the plains we learn that the! : telegraph poles are set wittfin twenty miles ; of Fort Kearney, aud although they have to j i be hauled fifty miles on the Westera portion : ofj the line, the companyjare putting up fire j or six miles a day. The poles will be up to Kearney by the middle of October and the wire about the first of November. Tho ; i company has pushed the construction thus j ' rapidly iu order to have the line ready to ; transmit the November election news by j i Pony Express from Ke.trney, which will in- j Eure a gain ot nearly two days upon the pres- 1 ent time. I Mobile, Sept. 17. The gale at thts port j i was very severe. Five steamboats were sunk during the storm. The ship R. Dixie, j from New York for this city, was blown ashore on the lower bar in Mobile bay, and became a total loss. The Captain and sev eral of the crew perished. Goodmau's warehouse with 2,800 bales of cotton, was destroyed by fire on the 15th. New Orleans, Sept. 18th. The brig West Indian, that went to sea, was lost at Pass a l'Outre, with ten lives. Several light houses on the Mississippi coast were blown down by the gale. The ship Galena has returned to this city for repairs. Nw York, Sept. 18. Counterfeit $5's on the North River Bank of this city are in circulation. New Orleans, Sept. 20. The steamer Franei.tco, at Havana, reports that Walker and Runnels had been shot by the Honduras Government. The men were allowed to de part unmolested. Locisvii.le, Sept. 20. The Louisville and Memphis Railroad was opened yesterday to Clarksville. It will be opened to Memphis by the first of February. Nashville, Sept. 20. The Odd Fellows paid a complimentary visit to Mrs. Ex President Polk. They rejected the proposed amendments to the Constitution. To-day they visit the Hermitage in a body. A Word to Republicans and Bell Hen Those who are advocating the election of John Bell and Edward Everett, for the two highest offices in the gift of the American people, are working for the accomplishment of the same purpose that we are, who sup port Lincoln and Hamlin the defeat of bo gus Democracy. And those who support John Bell are honest in their movements, and we respect them for their bold and fear less maintenance of their principles. And in this Congressional District there is cer tainly no cause of quarrel between the Bell men and the Republicans. We are all in terested in the success of the State ticket, for one man, at least, on the State ticket was placed there because he belonged to the Fillmore party, and wm the choice of the very men who are now advocating Bell and Everett. And the candidate for Congress in this District, a distinguished old line Whig, who is the choice of the Bell men. ns well as the Republicans, to overthrow Dem ocracy in this District, must receive the united support of all the elements of the Opposition. To concentrate all the Opposition ele ments upon the State ticket, and Mr. Davis, can only be done by avoiding ill feeling springing up between the Republicans and the Bell men. We fully understand that it is the purpose of the Democratic leaders to create a quarrel between the two parties, if possible, and they will leave no means untried to accomplish their purpose. They know that if they can prevent a por tion of the Bell men from voting our State ticket, that it will render the election of Col. Lane less certain ; and they hope also to prevent a portion of the Republicans from votiug for Mr. Davis, with the hope of defeating him. We do not believe they will be able to accomplish their purpose. Both elements of the Opposition under, stand their object, and will pay no res-ject to their eudeavors. The uniting of the Republicans and Bell men on the State and Congressional ticket will undoubtedly give us success. The success of our State ticket accom plishes the annihilation of Democracy in Indiana, for it is now in its dying strug gles. The election of John S. Davis to Congress redeems thi3 District, and will give us a representative who will have the interest of the District at heart. For years we have been misrepresented in Congress, and the interests of our people neglected. We believe that we understand the gen eral feeling of the Bell men of this county. We arc in daily intercouse with them, and we are sure that they are earnestly support ing our State ticket. They desire the elec tion of Col. Lane, and will give their sup port to him in October. By all means, then, let there be unanimi ty of action, so far as the State and Con gressional tickets are concerned, 'between the Bell men and the Republicans. Let ns work shoulder to shoulder for joint success in October. The purpose that suggests union is a common one one in which both Republicans and Bell men are equally in terested. There is no reason or cause for separation or quarrel. And the very fact that the Democrats are trying to get up a difficulty between us, should more firmly bind us together. In 1856, we all worked together harmo niously until the October election, and then went to work for our respective Presiden tial candidates. We can work the same way now, and we owe It to our StateJ and to ourselves that we do it. . A. Trih. Tbe Republicans of Western Vir ginia belf-a large and enthusiastic meeting at heeimg on the evening of tho 12th, which was addressed by the Hon. D. K. Cartter and the Hon. John A. Bingham of Ohio, Hon. J. S. White of Philadelphia and others. Over 200 Wide Awakes were out with their torches, and Wheeling was ex cited by the grandest display of the season. Sold, but not Delivered. "This is the watch-word, ?' even the "countersign of the independent Bell men of New York, who, disgusted at the open attempt made by their leaders to sell them to Douglas, are go ing over to the Republican ranks by hun dreds and thousands. Old Abb to Make a Speech. All the other candidates for the Presidency having taken the stump.lt ha3 been decided by Mr. Lincoln's friends to call him out. He will address the people, of all parties, from the east portico of the Capitol at Washington City, on the 4lh day of March next. According to the best authority, the num ber o!' persons on board the Lady Elgin, when she left port, was 393, including tho crew. Of these 114 are reported as saved. This would leave 279 lost, of which the bodies of only OT have been recovered. Tbe State Ticket. The glaring corruptions and extravagance of tbe general government attracts the at- 1 tention of the people to such a degree that we fear they lose eight of the enormous frauds practiced' by Governor Willard and his party in the administration of the affairs of this State. The people of Indiana are more directly interested in a fair and honest control of the finances of the State than ' they are of the general government, and ; should labor, first and most zealously, to effect a change there. We have heretofore shown up the reckless and dishonest course 1 of the Governor in carrying out the munifi cent grant of the swamp lands that hun- ; dreds of thousands of dollars have been squandered upon political partisans for par ty purposes that the entire grant, estima- i ted to have been worth at least $1,250,000 j has been lost that debtors to tbe State have . been permitted to go unprosecuted that i filching from the treasury through the pub- J lie printing has been tolerated that the legitimate action of the Legislature has been controlled for party purposes that two Senators of the U. States hold their places in violation of law and justice that shameless and reckless extravagance has been practiced in the location and erection of the new penitentiary. These things have transpired and are known to the people, and the self-respect of every citizen of the State should induce them to awaken from the in difference which hs heretofore permitted these things. The Republicans present to the people a ticket, in every respect worthy the confid ence and support of all. Men of untarnish ed lives of high and unimpeachable rec ords. Men to whom may be confided the great trusts of State government. For near.y twenty years the Democratic leaders have controlled the finances of the State.JJIt is full time there should be a settlement and a balance sheet presented to the people. This can only bo done by a change of rulers. We have looked into the Auditor's Report with some care, and we venture this assertion, that the people of Indiana will never know for what the heavy taxes of the State have been expended. The care less and indefinite manner in which tbe books are kept, will prevent anything like a satisfactory exposition of the receipts and expenditures being made to the people. A commission of able men are now engaged in endeavoring to ferret out and bring to light the dark transactions of he State Treasury. How far they may succeed, time alone can determine. This commission can not report until the meeting of the Legis lature next winter, and therefore the peo ple cannot know the result of their labors until after the election. Our opinion is, however that they find everything in such confusion that nothing definite can be found out, as to what has become of the money. We invite the attention of the people to the State election as of the highest impor tance. Richmond Palladium. Tbe State Military Encampment will commence to-day. The gathering of the soldiery will attract a crowd of people from all parts of the State. If the En campment should prove successful, it will do much toward aiding our military organiz ations and improving the condition of the military affairs of tbe State. Indiana is behind many ot bet sister Slates in the effi ciency of her volunteer milita a condition of affairs that should be remedied by proper legislation. Indianapolis Journal, Idth. Nkw Roao to Harmony. The Courier informs us that its recommeudatiou to tho Keniuckians to drive all Republican Uui to this side of the Ohio river, was witii Ihe "sole aim to cultivate a spirit of fraternity between tbe North and the South." The mean3 seem admirably adapted to the end. The idea is quite as brilliant as the tact of an editor who begins a mission to advocate the cause of Breckiuridga and Lane in the Free States by instigating mob law in the South. Cincinnati Frees. fg?A Horticultural Society was organ ized at Indianapolis last spring, and is now in a flourishing condition. Tbey had a fiua exhibition of fruits and flowers in the State House on Wednesday. When shall we have such a Society here. gaySome of the Democrats are consol ing themselves with the fallacy that Wash burn's majority in Maine uow is not as large as Hamlin's was in '50, when, accord ing to the Buffalo Republic, he had a ma jority of 20,000. But this was not his majority. He had that plurality over bis highest competitor. Over both, his majori ty was but 19,334. How much less than this is the Republican majority now ? The," Doughfaces" must look elsewhere than to Maine for comfort. But where is that "elsewhere?" Albany Journal. The two wings of the Democratic party in Wisconsin have been disputing as to which side Judge Gate, of that State, be longed. He has settled the question, how ever, by coming out for Lincoln. A M'MBsa of Wide-Awake Clubs have been organized in Wheeling, Va. Several thousand Republican votes will be cast in Western Virginia, next November. Ccrk for In-Gbowiso Nailb. It is stat ed that cauterization by hot tallow ia an immediate cure for ingrowing nails. Put a small piece of tallow in a spoon and beat it over a lamp until it becomes very hot, and drop two or three drops between nail and granulations. The effect is almost magical. Pain and tenderness are at once relieved, and in a few days tbe granulations all go, leaving the diseased parts dry, and destitute of all feeling, and tbe edge of the nail exposed, so as to admit of being pared away without anv inconvenience. The operation causes little if any pain, if the tallow is properly heated. It seems natural to a Democrat to hate a poor man. Senator Wigfall, of Texas, thinks him a criminal ; Senator Hammond, of South Carolina, calls him a mudsill ; Senator Green, of Missouri, denounces him as one of the lazzaroni ; Johnson thinks he ought to be a slave ; and Hon. Delazon Smith, of Oregon, General Joseph Lane's partner in the United States Senate, in a late public speech in Oregon city, said : "I had rather be a decent man's nigger at the South, than a poor laborer in the North." If there is a decent man in the South who wants such a nigger as the anthor of this, he will confer a favor on Oregon by sending for him at once. Mad. Cour. ktsbsstisg to Oil Well Stbculators. Late intelligence from the oil districts re veals the fact that the celebrated Tideout well stopped flowing over the top after throwing some two hundred barrels. A pump has been inserted and the well is now yielding some thirty barrels a day. The famous Crosbey well has dwindled from seventy barrels a day to six or seven, but the owner thioks the failure is attributed to the filling of the pump, and hopes to do better wheu it is cleaned. Out of two hundred and sixty-seven wells on the creek above Tittisville, only thirty-four are yet pomping oil. PitUbwiy Evening Chronvlt. MISCELLANEOUS. HOOILANDS GERMAN MEDICINES! THE till 1.' AT STANDARD REMEDIES of the present ae, have acquired their great po tilarity only throcjih years of trial. CnboanJ sd satisfaction is rendered by them In all cases. 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M.J -t sow A Co., Philadelphia, Pn., and St. Lonis, Mo., and are sold by druggists and dealers in medlrnea everywhere. The signature of C M. Jackson wtlt be on tbe outside f each bottle or box. In oar ' Ererubody't Alnumac," publish.sl an finally, you will find testimony and comuc-ndatoey notices from all parts of the ponntry. These alni.t docs are given away bv allorr st-ents. BEWABE OF COUNTERFEITS. See that yon get Hnofbind's Orman Bitttrs, pre pared by Dr. C. H.Jorkson, Philadelphia, l'a.,an! that nis signature son taa irai-ter ot esen mavmm Keller A White, Ag. r.t I. r Kvansviile, Tnd. Leich A Carlstcdt, do do dj dec CHARLES EABCOCKT Imiorer ami I?!fr in Coach and Saddlery Hardware, MAIN STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. m g1 VIJVH C9JB fl.tiTUU 1" JB MM rangements with Brmpean and An manufacturers forn direct snpf.lv of all irootlalu my line, I am enabled to i ffr Inducements, tltst ran not fall to be to the interest of nil engaged In tus business to give me a trial. 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WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING MACHINE, No. 3 First Street, between Main -vnd Lecnst. TfM OFF KB TO THK PUBLtt WW WheeUr Wilson's Improved 5ewing Ma chine at reduced prices, with increased confident in Its merits as the best and most reliable family sewing machine now iu two. It sews equally well on the thickest or thinest fabrics; makos the lock stitch impossible to unravel, with tho .vssontial advantage of belugalike on both sides, forming no ri,l..., a stiAtn r.n tin, tinder eirle : Is finol .n con struction, more speody in Dioveiwut. and mor-j durable than any other machine. We give full In strnctions to enable the purchaser to sow ordinary seams, stitch, hem, fell, quilt, gather, bind, and tuck, all on the same machine, and warraniea m three years. Woolso keep on constantly hand a full as'ortme.i t of Singer's machines. 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