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EVANSVILLE. INC. -BSDAY MORNING OCTOBER 18 EOPLE'S TICKET. ,tional Election, on Tuesday, No vember 6th, 1860. TOR PRK3IDENT, BEAHAM LINCOLN Or ILLINOIS. J6?"Thk People of these United atbs abe the rightful masters of both ng besses and courts, not to overthrow k Constitution, but to Overthrow the Kit whd Pervert the Constitution." 'rraham Lincoln. FOR VICB PRESIDENT. CANNIBAL HAMLIN OF MA INK. IS? "I Love my Country more than I dve my Party." Hannibal Ifamlin. Presidential Electoral Ticket. Electors for tke State at Large. WILL CUM BACK, of Decatur. JOHN L. MANSFIELD, of Jefferson. District Elector. let District Cyrus M. Allen, of Knox. id District John W. Kay, of Clarke. Jtd District Mortou C. Hunter, of Monroe. th District John EC. Farquhar, of Franklin, fth District Nelson Trusler, of -ayette. fith District Reuben A. Riley, of Hancock. 7th District John Manna, of Pntnam. Sth District Samuel A. HutT, of Tippecanoe. Pth District James N. Tyner, nf Miami. 1'th District Isaac Jenkinson, of Allen, ith District David O. Daily, of Hnntingtoo. From On Cincinnati Daily Timet Sellorgan. The Late Klrction. Politicians readily explain a victory of heenemy. Tliere ate no majorities so stu jendons thattbey car not overcome with a jvhiff of the breath or a scratch of the pen. And we have no doubt that gentlemen con- jected with other parties can now demon. trate that the Republican victories in Penn- vlvania, Ohio and Indiana, were produced a combination of extraordinary cir cumstances that will not occur at the PresL Uential contest. The American politician does not come to judgment until the last burn blows. But the prophecies of such people, their ingenious explanation and well conceived sophistry, do not alter facts, nor :hange circumstances that are unalterable. A majority of from ten to twenty thous and on a State ticket cannot be removed in the ordinary way, within a few weeks; and I a3 the three States named have given such j majorities for the Republican State ticket, it is only fair and sensible to presume that j they will do as much for Lincoln and Ham lin. Previous to the election, this was uni- I versally conceded, and no sound reason can I be given for disputing it now. These elections have dispelled the bright picture! drawn by skillful artists at Charles. ton and Baltimore ot Mr. Douglas personal popularity. He was presented as the only gentleman of their party who could stay the progress of sectionalism in the North, and clip the strength of the Republican party. The entire Northwest was deemed entirely safe in his hands, and it was urged that so popular was he and his doctrine of Popular Sovereignty, that if placed before the people he would sweep the whole Northwest like a tornado. To guarantee this result, Mr. Douglas made a canvass of the three great States that have jutit voted, and from the stump proclaimed the opinion that Demo cratic majorities would be obtained in each The friends of Douglas conceived that they had a right to claim Pennsylvania and In diana, both of which cast their vota for Mr. Buchanan, and odc of which, at every elec tion since, has presented a stronger Demo cratic than Republican vote. But Pennsyl vania and Indiana, like Ohio, have given strong Republican majorities, and that too in spite of assistance afforded the Democracy by the sapporters of Bell and Everett. It i, therefore, plain that Dougla3 can, under no circumstances, carry either of these three great States. So the question naturally ccctira, what tate can be carry ? Illinois ? There he must encounter the personal popularity of Lincoln, and as " Old Abe" is a rising star, and the " Little Giant" a declining lumina ry, the conclusion is irresistible, that he will fare worse in Illinois than his party has in I Pennsylvania and Indiana. If Mr. Douglas cannot carry Illinois, where can he get an electoral vote ? Echo answers where '.' In oar opinion Mr. Douglas i3 played out for the campaign, and it be remains in the field, will not receive a single electoral vote. Another effect of these elections is to de monstrate the folly of fusion in a national contest. In a mere local strife, where the only thing at issue is the possession of a le"v administrative offices, a fusion of parties holding to different principles is tolerable. But in a Presidential contest, where great principles and widely differing policy is in volved, the idea i" repugnant to common sense. This is especially the case when it is sought to enfold in one embrace two such elements as the Irish Catholic and the Native American voters. An attempt of that kind bears dishonesty on its very face, and must be disdaintul to honest minds of all political parties. The Amerit un voter would rather fight in the minority in a square fight, than triumph by a sacrifice of the principles ho deems es sential to the prosperity of the country. The fusion in New York, th partial union of the Bell and Douglas parties in Pennsyl vania, and the unblushing appeal of the Kentucky State Union Committee, urging j the supporters of Bell and Everett to sup port the Democratic tickets in Ohio, Penn sylvania and Indiana, all seemed to increase I the strength of the Republican party, and no doubt, multiplied its votes by thousands. The people were disgusted with the want of 1 nonesty in all these proceedings, and were i not disposed to fritter away their votes in sustaining parties niannged by gentlemen who proclaimed to the world their want of political integrity. A party that cannot i stand on its own merits must fall, and when I the managers of the Union party sought to I influence the Union voters to sustain the Doaglas candidates in the late elections, 1 they committed an error from which it will be difficult to recover. It was an act of so- ! preme folly. Certain a3 the world movea, will Penn sylvania, Ohio and Indiana vote for Lincoln. No political combination can be made to! change that resul' Almost as certain is it! that the New Yo, fusion will fail. What tho result will be is readily perceived. TVatchino the Ballot Box. A new evolution in the drill of the Indiana Wide Awakes. When a Judge of Klection takes he Ballot Box to his house when the polls adjourn for dinner or supper three Wide Awakes, uninvited, go home with him. Tbey stay by tbe ballot box, take dinner with the juds;e, and impress Mm that it is all done to save him from suspicion in case the ballot box should pot count out satis factory. This was done by our Wide Awakes in New Town, in this county, on last Tuesday. It is a capital idea, and in the future we hope it will be incorporated in tbe Nation.il Wide Awake Mannal. Laicrencebury Republican. A Government of the People f5tt1jeet to the Supreme Court The following we copy from the Cincin nati Daily Press, an independent paper : "Jackson, the founder of the Democratic party, declared that his official oath was to support the Constitution as he understood it, ; claiming an equal right with the judiciary j to interpret the phin letter of an instru- merit, so plain and simple that any man of common sense can understand it. He wa3 j denounced as an usurper, a tyrant and a traitor, but the people sustained him, and j his position was the Democratic doctrine of j that day. Now factions, calling themselves the aucieut, time honored Democracy, pro- i fess to hold their political opinions subject j to the Supreme Court; and one of them has i a plank in its platform, declaring that its great, distinctive, eternal principle, which is j to give the country peace forever from the slavery agitation, is entirely subject to n : decision of the Supreme Court. There is j no party that dare denounce this surrender j ; of our Constitution and the popular branch j ! of the Government to an irresponsible tri- j : bunal, chosen originally by a partizan Pres- j i ident from the most unscrupulous and ser- I viceable politicians, and holding their places j by life tenures. Is it possible that our boast- j ed capacitv of selt-government and our j model Republic have culminated in an ir responsibly oligarchy, the meanest in its or igin and the most odiou3 in its form that ever existed ? " The object of a written constitution is that it may be fixed and positive in its character, so as to be above the power of any department of Government. To this end it must be simple in its provisions, and plain and precise in its language. Ours is a model in that respect. The wayfaring man, though a fool, need not err in its meaning. It no more requires a Supreme Court to interpret it than to interpret the A, B, C. Legal questions arise in the ad ministration of laws, and when personal rights are at stake, persons have a right to bring their cases before the Courts ; but Congress is not subordinate to the Supreme Court in its legislation. Congress has the right to decide upon the constitutionality of its own acts ; and its acts cannot come be fore the Court for revision except when in dividual rights have been damaged so as to make a case for legal adjudication. " Then, if a difference arise between Congress and the Court as to the Constitu tion, which shall be supreme? The depart ment nearest to the people, or that entirely removed from their control ? Which would the genius of a Democratic Government trust, tbe representative! of the people, who are subject to their approval every two years, and to their instructions always, or a tribunal which is placed out of their reach, by Executive appointment, for life 9 Will the people say they are not to be trusted, but must have an absolute power to rule over them ? Most certainly not. It is on ly the desperate strife of reckless poli ticians for office that calls on despotic pow er to save the country. There need be no question as to the constitutionality of poli tical measures. It is only fraud that has raised any ; but the people and their direct representatives are the ultimate arbiters oi the constitutionality of their acts. When it becomes necersary to yield this right to absolute and irresponsible power, in auy shape, let us have a single despot, whose neck can be cleaved at one Ftroke, instead of a nine-headed oligarchy, enshrining judi cial tyranny, tho most hateful of all tyran nies, in the sanctity of the judicial ermine." A First hate Notice tor America. The Liverpool Times, in a review of the commercial relations between Great Britain and America, says : The commerce of America now extends to every country, and it possesses a com mercial marine which falls short only of that of tbe Old Country, and far exceeds that of any other nation. Like the country from which it sprang, America offers a safe refuge for the political -exile and an asylum for the oppressed of every nation, and the nmple shield of its protection extends over the humblest citizen iu the most distant re gion of the earth. Tho redundant labor and capital of the Old World find profitable employment with this young and prosper ous community, and adventurous spirits from all countries, impelled by the de sire for wealth, and crowds flying from the poverty and tyranny of ibeir native lands, merge their political and natural differences in the proud title of citizens-of the United States. The dense furests, which in the time of our grandfathers were unbroken solitudes, and tbe wide prairies which were the hunting grounds of savages, are now waving cornfields, the capitals of flourishing States, and the crowd ed seats of native manufactures, or the busv umrts of trade. CQy" Bayard Taylor lella tho building hia house very tiohly. when he was consider! nar what story ot He says sort of it house he ohould build : The community, I t'oiiDd, had settled the matter long before me. The house was to contain something of every stylish archi tecture which T had seen in my wanderings over the world. There was to be a Gre cian facade, with one wing Gothic and the other Saracenic; a Chinese pagoda at one corner, an Italian campanile at the other; and the pine-apple doom of a Hindoo temple hetween the chimneys. The door.s would be copied from Westminister Abbey, the windows from the Mosque of Omar, the ceilings from the Alhanihm, mm) Use staircases from the Mormon Temple at Salt Lake. The material, of course, whs to be a mixture of brick, granite, porcelain, tiles, clap-boards, marble, adobes, and por phyry. But a man's life and works, alas ! too often fait to realize the expectations of his friends. A Short Ltric. The following brief poetic effusion is to be snug to the tune of " Blow the winds of inoruing:'' There was a man iu eur town. Hi name was Stephen A., He search -ed for hi mothi-er In Penn-syl-va-ni-a. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. To Pertons out of Employment. AGENTS WANTED InE very County of the United States, rw0 E'tJJfE MJ' THE 8-1 ZE OF AT ia. host and most eleuantiv iliue'.iated W orks published. Our publications are of the most interesting character, adapted to the wants of the Farmer, Mechanic, and Merchant; they are published in the best style and bound in the most substantial manner, and are wirthy a place In the Library of every Household in tbe Laud. 16V To men of enterprise aud industrious hal. its, this business effers au opportunity for profita ble employment seldom to lie met with. tcftr Persons desiring to act as agents will receive promptly by mail full partlculsrs, terras, Ac, by addnssing LEARY, GETZ A Co . Publishers, octl7 No. 24 North Second si., Philadelphia. GfOJIK PUJIPKM.8 Ji FE W.no BE v left at (octli) COOK A LANGLEY'S. ATI R J .V K E R R ME 8 !CBJlJ BER WLs ries. Id ln:h choice Cranberrie for sal at 60c . r gallon, at COOK A LANGLLY'S. oct!7 75 BUSH. FttMJBE CORJ' .HE.lt,, at (oct!7'i COOK A LANGLEY'S. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IRRESISTIBLE STYLES AT PERSUASIVE PRICES. SHANKLIN & RE ILLY Have now iu store, ami are submitting for in spectioa, tbeir mort extensile purchases of Fait and Winter Fancy ami Staple Dry Goods, which for Klegance, Variety and Cheapness, are unsur passed. They would direct particular attention to the annexed list, which will be disposed of at prices that cannot tail to meet with the approbation of the mon fastidious, 'f lie Goods are all new and warranted periect. Tbey embrace Black and Colored Cloths, Black and Fancy Doeskins, Fancy English Tweeds,Cas simeres, Sattinets, Jeans, &c. Blankets, Flannels, Plain and Fancy Plaid Lindseys, Ladies' Strip ed and Plain Middle sex Cloakines, Eng lish, French, and American Prints and Ginghams, Silks and Fancy Dress Goods of the most approved styles, Renfrew Plaids, Royal Pop lins, Plain and Fancy Cash meres, Plain and Fancy French and English Mer inoes, Pacific, Manches ter and Hamilton De Laines and Alpaccas, a large stock of Bro che, Stella, Fancy Snow Flake, Sup. Scotch Clan Tar tans, McDonald & Malcom Long and Square Shawls, Fancy Bonnelli and Striped Wool Shawls & Hand- kerchiets, nam ana irancy All-Wool DeLaines. In fh Hosiery department will be found a re plete Stock, in Plain, Mixed, and Fancy Wool and Fleered Cotton Uese, Faucy Wool Knitted Goods, including Shawls, Hoods, Soutars, Nubias, Ac., Ladles' and Gents' Kid, K. Silk, Cloth, and Buck skin Gloves and Gauntlets, Ladies' and Gents' L. Wool and Merino Vests and Drawers, Hats and Caps in new shapes, and Ladies' Furs. Th.-v are orerared to exhibit their late importa- I tion f Irish Linen Gols, comprising Irish Linens ! and Handkerchiefs, the best assortment of Sheet i ings and Shirtings ever offered. Linen Damask j Table Cloths, Bleached and Brown, all sizes, Nap- kins, Towels, Daylies, and every other description pertaining to this class of manufacture. N. B. Now on h nols, a great variety of Thomp son's Celebrated Skirts, now so favors idy known to tbe Ladies of this city, and which S. & B. haw had the pleasure of introducing. As we ate desirous to give to our customers bvery advantage possible, and having facilities for bo do ing second to none in our line of business, we are therefore fully determined to dispose of our pres ent large stock at the smallest remunerative prices. A call respectfully solicited. oct!7 tT71 6flS -egus! E uas:- 300 nvz. MJ Fie re9h Eggs for sale at octr i;ucii. dt uaauiiB x 0 E iv-.V l'II.i.E UROV.1IK. for 20c., do S6c do .inc.. A Good Broom An Extra do A No. 1 do The best in the city for 35c., Only to be had at octlT COOK A LANGLEY'S. WlckllJ8 5 CMMCM KJ .'-10let. Ws Chickens for sale at octlT COOK A LANGLKY'S. GO ttni.h. consttrnm ntfor sale low, to close, bv COOK A LaNGLEY. octl7 TEME08CO PMC JKB8KVJ OF X ZKT JE3 A.H.TS 2 CRESCENT T CITY HALL, October 16, 17, 18, 10. and 20, 1860. Exhibition for Schools and Families on Saturday uftermim, Oct. Wth, at 3 o'clock. Ministers and Teachttrs admitted tree. Admission 25 ceuts; Children IS cents, small bills. See C: i U O.VER'S 1J QUEST HE J.St vr the bodv of John liannam, or Lanani, i whose body was fonnd at Ksppler's Botol, on i Water street, Evansville, Pigeou Township, Vau j derburgh County, on tbe 11th day of October, 1860, The verdict of the Jury was that he came to his ' death by a congestive -hll! ; that at 111" time ot bit I death he was about BftJ-fonr years of age: that he was ntmnt five feet ln inches in high' j I that when he died he was dressed iu a yellow flan I del under-shirt and a white cotton over-shirt, and i hud on his person, so far as we have been able to ! ascertain, what is above described, he having been : found undressed in his bed room. cctlU-3wd JOUN WAVMAS, C. V. C. 1T0J TTMJVtJ, COTTOJV .it.V(, Ar. MM) ioo bales Maysvillo No. 1, iO bags assorted Cotton Yarns. Also a full supply of Cotton Twine, Canill Wick, Cotton Kope. and Carpet Chain, for sale by (octlo) GEO. FOSTER A CO. Wm jTtV . 30O BMME8.H l.S jy'MM JB J9 boabu Gun-.y Baxs, 4,000 extras bosh tvain- less Bags. A - a lull supply of Hemp Si and Flax Sewing Twines, for sale by octlt; GEO. FOSTER & iking OR REJX'T. - 'i M JRUE It It It li and Wainut, containing ten rooms each. The out bulldlncs are iu good condition. Inquire of M rs. JONES, on Vine street, between Second and Third. octlfi-lwd ISE o dioa I. Card. CURTIS H. BILL, Itt. D., Late Pbysicias in N. Y. Hospital, ISToxt Yorli. ft"" All orders ft at his r.oms or at the Hot. I ofti-'e will receive immediate attention. NO CHARGE FXm CONSULTATION. f5offife and ResidPBce (for the'present), Sb.ir ood House. In tendering his sorioeft ro tKe cltiaeB Of Evstm ville. Dr. II. wit IMS 11 pertinent to say, that a'ter years of active practice iu New York city, thus bec.miitiic thorongly cuaversvnt with every phase ol disease, and havinir seen service in the largest antl best con-In, ted Hospital in America, he is con fident of being able, through the application of trtn medical scienee, and a ministration of the urost approved MfcBf, to satisfy all reasonable de mands upon his professional skill. Dr. B.,as a guarantee tf his standing and abil ity, is proinl to refer to the following weii-knowc K-e"ntlemen : Valentine Mntt, M. !., L. L. D., Prof. Surgery, N. Y. City ; Marlyn Paine. M. D.. L. L. D-, I'uiversity Prof., X. Y. City ; Willard Parker, M. P., Prof. Surgery, Coll. Physicians and Sur geons; Prof. W. II . Van Rurpn, Surgeon toK.Y. Hos pital ; Prof. I. T. Mct.alf, Physician to Believue Hospital ; C. Wbtar, H. D., A. L. Townseud, M. D., aud Dr. Goddard, of Philadelphia; Daniel Meeker, M. D., Lapui te, lud ; O. H. Smith, SI. D., Chicago: J. N. McDowell, M. D. tt C. B. Pope, M. D., St. Louij. Oct lil-lwd B JtBMBS' HM T8. IfE MA WE JUST MLj receiveI another lot of Florentine, Cobirir. I.eitliorn, Straw, Rutland, aud Cloth Hats M isses and La. octl2 1. Call soon, at SCUAPRER A BTJSSIKG'B, No. 40 Main street. noon MB Bnrro .V UJS-1M SHOES RE EMM A" ow s stock of Boots and Shoes is a:ain buve and complete, made so by heavy recruits. Their stock is inferior to none ever brought n this part of the State, aud they art- offering them at verv reduced prices to chiIi and prompt paying tride, at oTtl2) No. IS MAIN STREET. 0.000 HE.l J "I CLE.JB SMUES. Aim 200 lbs Cincinnati Eologna Saosnge, just re COOK A LANGLEY'S. pived at (oct!2) W& O U 8 E h E E PI great abundance at tl2 COOK A LANGLEY'S. f E R RlETl, OF WOOli LANGLEY'S. iifi VI illow war at at COOK .V nctl 1 TP BBtAA ES FOR Jll.l., RMCMI JX'll P.-or. ntiiv.in's Stove Polish, tbe test ever !-. I r aale bv CoOK A LANGLEY. iTAVf ! son T.. TK.1 1- ir. from V E.1 .- VJVft H l- la: ILK Y mm JSEW ADVERTISEMENTS. iujpo &iii:ti :hujvpo wiser : L DtH but tbe best Gunpowder Teas bad at COOK A LANGLEY'S. the City, an oeUit 93 .et r feu r,rtr. noon ian be had for, at COOK a LANGLEY'S. L-tl-2 c o'u.v jasou.ns 13 MIOXEJV FOB sm! low rv S E. GILBERT CO., eptl No. 4 Sycamore street. n JI.'TE l.--,'it0 BUSH M'UIT t: lie in a w:intet ;:t t!ie highest market pnee, for birh rji-b will be lialfL Prime .-irticle. COOK A; LASGLEV, Main street. octlJ WWBJBTU RHOO.m-, MM. do Duster, Whisk Brooms, common to extra, nnissel Dusters, ia gNBt variety. Feather d alt sixes, Bla-ktUK Brashes, with and without handles, Bcrtib Brashes, all kinds, to be had at oc lJ COOK & L ANGLE VS niiFiJiiti atmtMB aTn Stuart's Crushed, at loc per lb., do Powdered, warranted pvrt, at 13c pertb., do Granulated, at 13c per lb., do A Clarified, at 12c per lb. These sucars are the ijest quality of any iu the Cilv, and otTjrrd at lower prices, at octM COOK & LANGLEY'8. JfiJiJt PET A' J CKS, UTMTH rf.Vi w!v without leathers, at octl2 COOK & LANGLEV3. fc. l .Vfl it IE 8. WUYliO W SJ 3N, 9 Glass. Xail-, Almonds, Filberts, Brazil Nuts, English Walnuts, Figs, Kalsins, Currants, Prunes, Rock Candy, Dried Beef, Oysters, Sardines, Alrsm, Epscm Salts, .Sulphur, Roll Brimstone, Copperas, Madder, Extract of Logwood, Indigo, Cream Tar tar, Soda, Bedcord-i, Blacking, Batting, Cloves, Ce ment, Otkafl of all kinds, Nutmegs, Lemon Syrup, dinger, Glass Jars, Lanterns and Fia ks. Mustard, Matches, Pepper Sance, Spanish Moss. Stone i'lpes. Powder, Safety Fuse, Tofiacco of all kinds, Fancy Soaps, Btarehj Vinegar, Cordage, Letter, Cap, Note, and Wrapping Paper, Envelopes, Teas, Camphor, Saltpeter, c, Ac. A suppli of the above kept constantly on hai.d, and for ale at the invest prices by 8. E. GILBERT & CO., oetLl No. 4 Sycamore street. ,ltfi' UMJtXMM, JVVT8. MMMrS ft new i ron. just received by oetll S. E. CILBERTACO. W is my only Agent and Attorney for the State of Indiana and Citv of BvawiBa. J AMES HEWITT. EvaubYilV, (Jet. lltb-lnid" OR JX.--$1,jUU W- t iTI OR lers tor sale in sums to suit pnrcha.-i rs. O. R. LEWIS. Ague and Fever OR CHILLS AND FEVER SPEEDI LY CURED BT mVOJECJS Jg WJJR. M- in IM iih Hid 1 iiriwf, nd tlsoiM aflfct f.J with tht Chills ami I-Vir or Agun and Fever, in repcctfully invittd I thin celebrated medicine, which baa judly obtained high reputation throughout the country, tad for many years ha maintained ifri superiority over all otht-r remedies as n safe, certain, speedy and permanent cure tor Chillis and Fever or Ague and Fever. It does not produce headache, giddiness, buzzing of the ears, or auy of tho uuplearfant effects which hi) frequently attend the uses of Quinine or other remedies, but may be given in all casos aud uuder all circumstances whatever, to females, irtf.tutu, and all persons who are debilitated or hav the most delicate count itutiouc, without tbe lenst ap prehension of anv injnriona or even npn.Mipnt electa. This medicine baa become a staple remedy, aud for years has been extensively uat ti throughout the Rtataa of ICentucky, TVunessee, Alabama, Missis sippi, Louieiana, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Il linois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, Nebraska, Venusylvania, Michigan, aud California, aud more iately in Kansas Territory, and has permansnt y cured 2tOGO00 of cases in all its varied forms aud conditions, many of which wors of from one to three years' standi ntr, aud ha 1 resisted all the usual remedies known in tbe country, and in no case did it fail to make a perfect1 an 1 permanent cure where the directions ware properly followed. Sucb is its invariable success that it bus gained the confidence, favor, and patronage of a large number of respecta ble pritetitioners ol medicine throughout the coun try, who prescribe and administer it in preference to quinine and other n niedies. The Proprietor has in his possession a large num ber of certificated and other testimonials from per sons who have used this medicine, as well as from physicians, drugisti. apothecaries, and other deal ern "in tuedi- ine. atteating tyi superior virtues as a curative in Chills and Fever or Ague and Fever, and beeotild obtain manv thousand more, orenongh to fill up a large volume, but he does not deem it necessary, aa it is already extensively and favorably known to tbe public generally. For sale by city and country Druggists and Apothecaries throughout the West, North-west t nn 1 South-west. WILSON, PETER, &, CO., (SrCCESSORS TO WU.SO.N A STAEBIRD), Wholesale Aleuts, Louisville, Ky. JOH N J. SMITH, Proprietor! Jg B E II It i -V tJ 7 3 ItOXES OJS8T MM quality, iaat roceivi d and for sale by E. GILBERT it CO. URI.nS J US T RE- and for sale bv S. K. GILBERT A CO. ' M ceiyed per raiload oct 6 lOO.OOO C M eV J R 8J f.Mj QUJA.M- OU iti from Common to Genuine ln Havana , for Bale low by S. E. GILBERT A Co. oct 6 FBlOilJCt O IOO BOXES J-Vf t'Ji- M dies, Ponnds, l It's, 10s, rw, Twist, Pancake, etc , from ly&( t5c ( er lb., in store and to arrive lor sale by S. E. GILBERT CO., octfi No. 4 Sycamore at. BfJBOOT.S A" 8MMOB8. fm$imm cll MB rind some ex(iiilsitely ni-.-e Men's Calf, Con gress. Scotch, Everelt. Kan"ns and Balmoral Boors at RKA OA- BURROW'S, sept. 27, 'pO. U Main st. B j MM MeIF SHOES l.tUtite vSo wani M-jI good Calf, K id and Goat Boots, either single or double eole, can have their wants supplied at HE A D A BCRROW'S, sept. 27, '60. Vo Maiu it. MB O OB .71 ji TS, Mt O OB n1T8. i do: M-F ass. pi7es German Cocoa Door mats, J doz. a-is. sizes Jute Door mats, for salo by sept. 27. COOK A LANGLEY. jtt" mj8a mmcmjmm . se 'tte e Mt M fact that COOK A LANGLEY sell the liest Teas in the City. (sept. 27) M?Ott Tin: REST JSSBBTMBJrT and cheapest prices, all go by general consent to the (sept27i CDREKA BAZAAR. mW HatM, consisting of every style, shape and color, is o.en to the t rade aud at very low figures, at l.ri Main street. sep. 27 -ltd "T r Wis LKtt. M-RE8H FEjMTHER. - 9WMW9 New Wi nthers how on hand, and for Bale in anv tjuarititv to tuit. at SCHAPKER A Bl'SSING'S, septSrt No. 4:) Main street. W"E 8 !8B U'i.S :--8MJiVt'E8l 3P An end lea variety of Fall and Wiuter Shawls, at from 51 to 8S, at SCHAPKER A BCSSING'S, scpt20 No. 4J Main street. JH Ti:sT STI-MjES .- Prince of Wales Hats. do do Caps, Opera Hats, do Cap3. French Felt Hats, Fancy and Hiding Caps. Fancy Gents Hats, Y'oung Geuts Caps, Bovs Hats, do Caps. Infant Dress Hats, do do Caps, Every kind aud style of Hats, do do do Caps, VALUER A MARCONMER'S, 16 39 Main at. 0 BESS MMJT8 FOB FJtEL t.'l Winter now ready. Tbe latest styles, either Ik tix Caaaimere. Seiol in vour order to VATTiEli k MARCONNTER, oct', 39 Blain St. .1TE.T J 'i'.VTii. TEMi HJT8 oniv real Venti'Ued Hats ever made, at AL'TIER A MARCONNIEB, octG l9 Maiu St. ..!.'.,.: A' W. R. CHEESE 73 boxes for sale bv 8. E. GILBERT & CO.. tt No. 4 Sycamore st. T1; jMf. - 7i H.1EF CHESTS Jt'B iower. Young Hv-on, Imperial .!e bv S. E. GILBERT A CO. Buze. Our, and oct 6 e' Pit ITS T U B PMMJ T 1 JV E .t.'.f Linseed Oil, 15 bbls, i;i fine order, for sale low bv S. E. Gl LBERT A CO. EJKI. 8T.MBCH 75 BOXES FOB sale tri low, in lots to suit purchasers, by 1" Gl LBERT A CO. MISCELLANEOUS. aTIOTTOJS' RJ TTM.VtJ 3 O O HJZ.E8 y for sale to the Trade at Factory prices tr octS 8. E. GILBERT CO., Agents of "Cypress Mips." sra BBssnit P M . E feoo'bmWb. 20,000 feet just received from City Planing Mills, and for sale by JOHN V. GLOVER, oct5-dw tf Comer Seventh and Main sts. mTo TO JUfLEBH K W for good and all size Shakers. sept'21 NEW JEWELRY AT IKtfl MMVE JITHT ltKCEi VJi II Jl ww new supply of Jewelry, embracing a great variety of every new style. We would call the es pecial attantionof the ladies to some very excellent and chaste Etruscan and Carbuncle full and half setts, which are also of a very reasonable prloe We have by far the largest stock of Gold and Sib ver Watches, ClocVg, Silver Ware, Oold Pens, Jtc, of auy house in this city, all brought directly from the manufacturers and importers, and are selling at the lowest Eastern prices. It has heen our en deavor to buy none bat genuine Jewelry, and we hope to meet a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon us. Finj Watches repaired personally, or und.-r our immediate supervision, by competent work men. BITTROLFF BRO S., sept26 No. 43 Main St.. b't First and Second. mfm OVMKCOJT8, OF all it y lei, -MWW from mottled Whitneys, at 3.60, to plain Cloth or Russian Beaver, at 316.00. The lat ! ter cannot be got up by regular tailors for less than 1 820.00 or S2ft.C0. Save your money by calling at WM. E. FRENCH t Co.'s, scpt2 No. 20 Main street. IFtt MM Plufh osts, fancy "tyles.ana low , priced ; 2f0Blk. Sattinet " strong and durable; 300 fancy Caslmoro ffreat rarietv ot patterns, ' 200 Blk. Satin " all qualities ; loO Fancy Silk aud ftilk Pinsb Vests, elegant pat- , Urns. WM. K. FRENCH St Co., septC No. 20 Mala atreet. W.XJJIJ RUBBER OV-ERCOJT ana j M Leggin8. Just received, a Bplendld stock of the abve at 20 per cent, less than last year's prices. WM. K. FRENCH A Co., spt2fi No. 20 Main street. 1 "The American Clothing House." OUR STOCK OF CHE. MP .J.VH su per Clothing is now complete, together with full line of all styles of Fancy Notion! and Fur niidiiugOoods, all of which we offer to the Whole- sale tiade, and w ill guarantee them H give satis faction in quality, style, and price. We would also I announce to the citizens of kiausville, and to the . retail trade generally, that In addition to our . wholesale stock, we will keep a superior line of ' i goods lor Retailiu. Iu this line we will sell ex- j i cluive!y for Cash. But wh can and w ill offer goods j , lower than they were ever sold by the regular ( dealers in Ibis ci ty. Try us, and see for yourselves. WM. E. FRENCH A Co., sept2G No 20 Main street. ; 1pIisrii"Mi7R-50 n.i rrei. M Newark Planter Just received and for sale by , sept4 CHAd. McJOHNSTON. NEW FALlT MILLINERY, MRS. J. HASTINGS, m9o. so ,nj .v street, jvejlt I w W next door to Bittrolffs, ' respectfully announces to her ; friends and the ladies ol Kvansville ; and vicinity in aeneral. that -lie has just retnrnud with her Fall I stock of Millinery and Fancy Goods, which is tho largest, finest ; and most beautiful ever brought to i the citv. She invites all to give her a call and examine her stock, und she flatters herself that he will be able to please all, both ii prices of her goods. the quality aud eoptU Mr. J. HASTINGS. WJWR.tlEitH WHO HJtVB JVEl'BR JL traded at the store ol the youut; nrm, erive it i a trial once, and vou will save money in all kinds ot Diy Goods. Ladies' Shoe aud many other goods at MILLER & XIEAAL'S'S, sept21 43 Main street. ArUiJSU Eft, , f.Vi -B8 1 O HUSH C nne large quinces just ree'd and for sale by ep. 25 CHAS. McJOHNSTON. gBBEHB, CBBESE.H5 BOXB8 "tV prime W. R. Cheese just ree'd and for salo y eep. 2o CHAS. McJOHNSTON. Something New. Having opened an establishment for the manu facture of CORN BROOMS on Water St. bet. Main and Lecnst, in the Room formerly occupied as the Telegraph Office, I would respectfully call the at tention of the Citizens ot Evansville to the fact that I am now t'ianufacturing every description of Corn Broom i, aud will sell at lower price than the same can be bought In Cincinnati or Louisville. Dealers would do well to call at my establishment before purchasing elsewhere. Tbe Market price paid for Broom Corn at all time. AM. CONNETT. sep. 25-3md FATL TRAD&-18 60 .1. C0NNKB. CONNER WM. WORM AN. A WORM AN. -BM7HOEB8JM,B MM EJm EE RH .V WW Boots aad Shoes, No. 9G Pearl street, be tween Vine and Rare streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. Keep a large stock of custom and Eastern work, which is offered to the trade at lowest prices. aug21-3md as Q W o w 0 3 0 H o 6 a A o d B cS X w o - oo o u 0 J? S as o 9) o c8 rJ o EH 09 Ph CO o i-5 M CQ H w sz; a or: 3 P m is n o 0 0 H 0 b R P) b it H 4 f- o 11 p to aT 's to to 5 o to ft 0 'Jl MISCELLANEOUS. Closing Out at Cost. TfWE JVW tf OFFER OUB BJYTMBB WW st( stock of Goods at cost, with a view of mak ing a change in business. Terms caeh. Evansville, Sept 20, JAS. OAK. LET SON. sept21-lm BOOTS AND SHOES. BJl-E BJRFITTEB JJVZf JSJVl larged my store, and hare on hand a fall sup ply of BOOTS AND SHOES of my own manufac ture, all of which I will warrant of the boat quality. I have purchased my leather for cash, aud will sell on the one price system for cajh, lower than the same quality of good! are usually sold in this city. WM. EMKRT. scpt2i-3md 190 Main-st, eor. Seventh-st. SETfOBllTM IV OFFERMJUi O IB GOOD 8 JJS'V asking the patronage of this community, we have only to say that we come amongst you as per manent citizens, and promts that In all things onr word shall lie mada good. Our purchases hare beu made mniw the moat favorable circumstances, in New York and other Eastern cities. A long residence and Intimate business conneettons with the host mercantile houses there, gives as advantage to buy goods cheaper than ran be done under any other circum stances. We x9 adopted a system that is somewhat new here, but it is th only one which will enable a merchant to sell good at '.. prims throughout an ontiro stock CASH EXCLUSIVELY, OiVH PRIO IE3, AXD KO DF.VIATIOX ; AM. ARB TO BE TREATED ALIKE. Our endeavor has b a to boy everything of the BEST QUALITY AND Latest Styles, And we have made arrangements to keep our stock supplied with the most FASHIONABLE Goods as sooo aa t hey aiiear Kast. Domestic Goods, A large assortment, and CHEAP. Flannels of every color and grade, Fancy Dress Goods, Valentias, Mohairs, Plain and etiene Flgnred for traveling dresses, Faney Poplins, Sabinas, Persian Delaines, Magenta Gloths, FRENCH MERINOES, VERT CHEAP ; Printed Merinoes, elegant styles, RICH PLAIN VELOURS, Fancy Velours RARE IN STYLE AND COLOR. ALL WOOL DELAINES, PRINTED DELAINES, SOMETHING NEW AND ELEGANT, AND Black Silks of Every Grade. LINEN AND WHITE GOODS, TABLE CLOTHS AJTD "W IE2 Zj I 3ST From th Lowest to th t ineat. IRISH LINENS, BIRD EYE, D.APER, H0LLAND8, ae.. Ac. Embroideries, A LRGE ASSORTMBNT OF JACONET BANDS, EDGINGS, ISSBBTISOU AXD COLLARS AT Something very fine in EMBROIDERD HANDKTS- COLLARS AND SLEEVES IN SETTS, FROM 75 CENTS TO $15.00. LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, A large stock, aad every pair made to eur order, of th BEST MATERIALS, AND WARRANTED. These Good we ofter Ibr 6 ash at very low prie, intending to make out house hi that respect, a complete NEW YORK STORE. GILES & MoFHEETERS, No. B First street, near the Post OfBc Ptxter's'New Buildi eept,20 JNSURANCE. Insurance Agency. ALLEN c7hALL0CK Kvnnivillf UNDERWRITER ANli GENERAL INaUKANOi AGENT, A D J CBT Eft or AVEBAOK. AXD NoTAar PVMLM He continue to b.sue Policies from aevoral 1 .r4 Class and most reliable INSURANCE COMPANIES In the Country, on aland and Fire EM- Us u il! aleo receive applications for LIFE INSURANCE. He will attend to tbe Adjustment of Loose of every description under pollcie from other agwneies, and attend to the settlement of ull mat ure connected with INSURANCE, for parties in terested. His long experience as au IiegrBso AaKirr, has made him familiar with all sub,:,, connected with Insurance. CT Office. Marble Hall Building. No. 9 Main it NORTH AMERK3AN FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF It A RTF 03 D, COS'S. Cash Capital, $300,000. CASH ASSETS, 9375,000 W. C. HASTINGS, Secy. A. F. HASTINGS. Pres'l. Insures against loss Mad damago ty two on Dwell ings and their contents, Mauufnctoriea, Mills, Storehouses, Stocks of Merchandise, at fair and reasonable rate of premium. Policies promptly issued and loaast adjusted for tbe Company by A. C. HAL LOCK SON, Agent, Marble Hall Building, Maiu street, septI4 Evansville, Indian QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. CO (FftANKLIN Mi WALNUT STREET, i'HILAI HI A. Fire Insurance, Limited &PerpeUia!, On Buildings and Merchandi-e of all tnaK! Iptlons. GEO. H. HART, President. K. P. ROSS, Vice Pra' t. H. B. CorutenALt., Secretary. S. H. BfTLCn, Ass't Se. 'y . nuircTOKB. Geo. H. Hart, Foster S. Perkinx, H. R.Coggshall. E. P. Ross. K. W. Bailey, 8. Jones, M. D., A. C. Cattell, A. R. Chambers, Hon. H. M. Fuller, JohnG. Dale, Charles G. Imlay. BATTFLL, BEHM A ANTHE9, Agents for ICvansvilleand vicinity. Office at f.aw A Antbes' Law office, 7s Main fleet. septl2 HO'M'H" Insurance Co., OF NEW TOBK. i Oflice 112 and 114 Broadway. With a Cash Capita all paid In of ONE MILLIONDOLLARS. ASSETS JCLT Ut, 8(V Sl.SOO.OM The Home Insurance Company Insures agsinsi Loss or Damage by Fire on Dwelling and th.-ir ' content, for a term of fr m 1 to 6 years on most favorable terms Stores, Stock of Merehan dice, Warehouses, Produce, Manufactories, and all ! Insurance propertv. at fair and equitable rates and on INLAND NAVIGATION aud transportation I ilsks as low as the nature of the insured and th i Company will warrant. Adjmtlng all locses fairly, and promptly paying ! them. CHA8. J. MARTIN, Prea't A. F. WILMARTH, Vice PlWI J. Miltos Smith. Secretary. John McGsb, Ass't Soc'y. Applications made to end policies Usuod by A. C. HALLOO IS A SON, Agfa, aug2S Marble Hall Bnl'dings, Main street. HARTFORD F S CO., hartford, conn INCORPORATED 1810 f II A It T K R PKRPETrAt With f.8ucc9slul Business Fxperiet)C6 of ifty Years. Cash Capital SftOO,00(VOO Capital and Surplus, $89U,9B0.81 I Insurance against Loan or Damage by Fire, oo ' Dwelling, Fornlture, Store, Warehouse!, Mer I cbandise, Mills, Manufactories, and other kind o I property, can be effected in this Company upon aa favorable terms a the nature of the risks and secu rity to Policy holder will admit. ! PARTICULAR ATTENTION given to Insariag Farm property, consisting ol Dwellings, Barns, and outbuildings connected, and Furniture, Livestock. Hay, Grain, Farming fjtensils, fc, Ac, contained theriu, for a term of years at LOW rates of pre Urns. OFFICERS: T. C. Allyn, Secretary. II Huntington, Prss't. I C. C. Lyman, Ass't Sec'y. W. N. Bowers, Actuary. D. Alexander, General Agent for ths Western and South Western States, Columbus, Ohio. J. Graham, Ass't General Agent for the Western 1 sad South Western States, Cdumbus, Ohio. Applications for insurance may la, made to th undersigned, the duly authorized Agents of th 1 Company. A. C. UALLOi li A SDN, Ag u Orrics: Maible Hall RuiMiug, Main street ang33-2m INCORPOR A TED 1847 OF HARTFORD, CONN. Capital, - - - $250,000. C. C. WAITE. Sec y. C. B. BOWERS", Prss'l 9. H PBIGE, General Agent, Residing at Chicago, Til. CASH CAPITAL & SURPLUS $327,540. This Company insures against loss and damag by Fire on Dwellings and their Content, Stores. I Warehouses, Stocks of Merchandize, and all iusur able property at as reasonable rates of premium n I any other solvent and reliable Company, Adjusting Losses fairly and paying them promptly. Application made to and Policies issued bv A. C. HALLOCK A SCS.. Marble Hall Buildings, Main st., augtl-Sms Evas!vili.c, Ind. AT1HMM.Z.8 Jt.y'li FEVEB.IT MS .! settled fact that Harker's Chloriu Ague Kill : sr 1 th beat medicine known for effectiug a inn ' and permanent cure of Fever and Ague or Chills ! and Fever. It prevent Ague Cake and all the ills (hat follow the use of Quinine. For sale by ' N. 8. THOMPSON, augl At the City Drug Store. i MILLER & NIEHlTS, No. 43 Main st., bet. First and Second, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. rmBMB foujva fmbm Ma just M opening a part of their splendid stock (a far ' a arrived) of Staple Dry Goods and Fancy ar for , the Fall and Winter soason, and tender a friendly ' invitation to their lady customer and the rust of ! mankind, to give them a call, aud examine lor themselves. All their goode recoin mnd themselves ' by a prime qualify, and perfect frshnss, and will 1 be sola at small protlt for vash. epW I Mil