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TKAVBLERS' Gl lDE. Evansville fc Crawforrtiivllle It. It. DF.PAUTCRES. Accommodation Train Mail Tral y ti.00 A. SI. 9.15 ' ARKIVAL8. Mail Train 4.5ti P Accommodation 3.30 M. Steamers -Regular Packets. FOB CA1BO. Csaklxt Bowev leaves Tuesdays and Saturdays at 12 o'clock II. Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at night. FOB PADri'AH. Dvsbar leaves Mondays, Wednesdays, und Fri days at 12 o'clock M. Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday! at night. Gbs'i, Anders on leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 12 o'clock, M. Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the night. FOB HRJSOERSOJI. Gr.x. I). M. White plies daily, leaving Evansville in the forenoon and returning in the evening. FOB IOVI9VIILE. Crist Eaole, of Louisville, leaves Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6 o'clock p. M. Arm T i - and Saturdays in the afternoon. Gbit Eagle, of Gallipolis, leaves Mondays at 12 o'clock m , and Thursdays at G o'clock p.m. Arrives Sundays and Thursdays in the afternoon. Fob obeek biveb. Bowling Gbeen leaves Mondays and Thursdays at 6 o'clock p. m. for Green river. Arrives on Mon days and Thursdays in tho morning. There is regular daily communication with II rs deebon and iiEWBCBOH by boat anil land convey, same. g- - - - - . - . e RIVER ITEMS. STEAMBOAT REGISTER . ARRIVF.P. W. V. Gillura, Cloverp't ; Miunetonkn, I'adurah ; Louisiana Belle, Ciu.; T. D. Hine, Louisville; Peytona, New Orleans ; Com. Terry, Pittsburg ; Sheuango, Pittsburg ; Bracelet, Memphis. DEPABTF.I). Leu. Belle, Ouachita riv.; Minnetonka, Cairo ; T. B. Hine, New Orleans ; Pevtona, Louisville ; Cos .Perry, Nashville; Shenango, St. Louis ; Bracelet, Louisville. B3ATS LEAVING TO-DAT. Gen. A ndorson, Cairo ; Cliarly Bowen, Cairo: Grey Eagle , Louisville. The river was swelling quite slowly yesterday, mid is probably stationary this morning. The present rise has about reached it? height, aDd another decline will be the next thing in order. Cixcinkati, Oct. lltth. The river lias fallen ? 9 . inches. There is now 10 feet 3 inches in the channel. Pittsburg, Oct. 19th. Rirer 4 feet by the pier mark and falling. Veather clear. The"EvansvilIe Pony,:l Charley Bow en, is in port and goes to Cairo at 1 2 o'clock She is the regular Evansville and Cairo packet, having been longer in the trade, and being therefore better known and more firmly established than any other loat. Her officers are very popular with the trav eling public, and their standing with busi ness men generallv, i3 number one. The steamer herself stands not only in the first rank of boats of her class, but is above par in many respects. Possessing advantages fully equal with her competitors, tlie I'.owen cannot fail to merit a liberal share of the public patronage. The "lead horse" Grey Eagle is th retrular packet for Louisville, leaving at o o'clock this evening. For freight or passage apply on board or to John 15. Hall, agent, at No 2 Water street. The elegant passenger steamer Gen. Anderson is in port for Cairo at noon to day, and wants a full load of New Orleans freight. The Anderson is a first rate boat, managed by capable and clever officers, aud cannot fail to meet the approbation of all who patronize her. The Paducah Herald says : Capt Ren. W. Ksran has retired from the firm of Smedley, Kgan & Co., and accepted th clerkship of the Cien. Anderson, in the Pa dacah and Evansville trade. While con ersluiittinrr Admiral t ilbraltor on having se cured the services of Capt. Egan, we must take occasion to regret the loss to our eity of a uromnt and reliable business tnan. In this new enterprise our old friend bears with him our good wishes. We understand that the Pond river packet, Trader, has been purchased by par ties at Rockport, who have converted her into a ferry boat to ply between that place and the opposite shore. The new T. D. Hine, full of freight aud black with passengers, passed down yesterduy, without stopping. The Peytona, on her return trip from New Orleans to Louisville, passed up yes terday the first of the large boats making the round trip this season. The J. II. Done cleared from Cincin nati for Memphis on Thursday, with a fine trip about 250 ton;? freight, and full of passengers. The rale of the United States steamer Mink, which was to have taken place at St. Louis on Wednesday, has been postponed until the 291b inst. The Cincinnati and Memphis packet Messenger, report says, is lying tied up near Island 14, where she lost her entire water wheel. Itdroppe 1 in deep water and in all probability cannot be recovered. Capt. Kyle has contracted for another shaft. The Messenger's engines were' not injured by the accident. The Interchange, which lately sunk in White river, is being wrecked, and all her maehinery has been taken out. It is reported that the Masonic Gem, well known in this region, struck a snag on Sunday evening and suuk, in White river, about sixty-five miles above the mouth. She was on her way- from Memphis up White river with a valuable cargo, which will be greatly damaged. The report says the boat herself is not seriously damaged, und can be raised. The St. Louis. papers are complain iog greatly about MM levee thieves who infest that neighborhood. Scarce a day passes but that some boat lying at that port is robbed of a portion of its freight. The Economy, while lying there, was rob. Ied of some 300 worth of lead and grain aAILROAD RECEIPTS. OCTOHKIl 19th, 1M0. 1,070 bush wheat, 1 car load h. h. goods, Igle bnrt Bros.; 1 barrel butter, 1 Ark in butler, Cook St Langley ; 1 broom Cora draper, J. Matcll ; sacks, ft boxes, 5 half barrels, (Jeo. Foster A Co.; 1 car load timber, D. J. Hardin j 5 bids green apples, C. M. Kelly; 16 scks flour, John V. Gieb ; 10 scks flour, Christ. Thieman ; 1ST bWs Hon,-, 985 bush oats, fO bbls whisky, Crane A Brown; 1 bx egg, E S. Babcock ; ! Lgs grxss seed, Win. Mullock ; G bbls eggs, Wm. Caldwell ; 21 pkg-t lurfso, M. SI. Berry, Uuiontown, Ky.; 'A this oil, Leirb Sl Carl stedt ; 2 lioxes, t Dale, Miller A Nu'hain , 1 box, Schroeder 4 Kehr ; K I'u.xia oysters. Dement 4 Viele ; C bxs shoes, 1- iny H., Morgantield ; 2 boxes paper, John IL Geiipel ; 1 box, Gould Sl Newton, Paducah, Ky.; pkgs, Thos. Mumloid, New Barmouy ; 4 boxes, I. I. Hoiman ; 1 case, J. H Maghee ; 1 box. Keen & Pruston ; 49 boxes cheese, Preston Bros.; 2 cases shoes, Read A bur- j row; 1 kg soda, J Poster & Co.; I car load staves, A.Defrees. A. B. KHKADEK, Agent - itlHKtSH, Kc, Kc 400 9W UTte OnIMi; No 1,3 and :! Mackerel, in stoie and lor sale ut VICKKUV ITftOS , septlJ I? No. 82 Main stre gVHT HMU'EMl'Hn I i.JSHMt.tJJt Cured Uams ; I cask Surar Cured Shtulders ; ! cask sugar cured D. Beat, extra; 1 tank Cinciu liatl Bologna ; 600 ll.a Ureakfet BacOM. And ioi vale at low ftirm ee by septIS " JACOB SINZICH SON. jr r-. m.s -a fi. - - t'i t 'Mjfm t , ajtjmMM- JLJ ton, and Manchester, desirable askl rich styles, tur sale cheap by KEEN A I'KKSTON. wjkJB bjk i x n ,.f s sa it ri: m :t t jHJUi MLW Ginnhim' , assorted plain and fuller, a cases, just received by KEKN A I'KESTON. INSURANCE. COPELAND & NEXSEN, Ill OFFICE: SAV1NCS 3ANK, NO. 1 FIRST STREET, EVAKSVIL.I.K, ISO., . if nit v w pbk ijbjed to r.i h i: H Risks and issue Policies in several of thu eld est and most reliable Insurance Companies of the United States. STOKES, STOCKS, DWELLINGS, MILLS AND MANUFACTORIES, insured at thu most favorable rates. MARINE ANB INLAND bAVIGATION Risks taken on FLAT-BOATS, BABGES, STEAMBOATS aud their CARGOES. Also, applications received for LIKE 1NSI BANOE. Combined Capital Represent ed, over $5,000,000. COPELAND & NEXSEN, Agents. GUARD AGAINST FIRE CHOICE INSURANCE WITH THE OT INSURANCE 0. Incorporated 1819 Charter Perpetual. CASH CAPITAL 81,500,000, ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED. Net Surplus of $942,181.72, Aud tho prestige of 40 years success and experience. UPWARDS OP 14,000,U0O Of loss,- have been paid by tho Jt'.Um Insurance Company in the past 4b years. The value of reliable Insurance will be apparent from the following LOSSES PAID It V THE TXA DrUINO TBI PAST FIVE YEARS: In Ohio 143180.83 fm Wiscouain, 106,955.07 In Kentucky, 4,939.40 Missouri :'.S4,513.04 Iowa A Minn. 101,3(9.46 Penu'a A V.. 31,695.82 In Michigan, 1 58,043 81 in Indiana,... 146,139.81 In Illinois. ... 448,327.41 Tennessee y7.il'' KansasA Neb l'.,;.-4r..77 Ark. A- Oa.... 2.i,945.0. Mississippi and Alabama, ...852,4 12 1-. Pir and Inland Navigation Bisks accepted Ht terms consistent with solvency and fair profit. !',..:. :,. gicenlo immrance of lWF.LI.!SflS a tut Conterttl, for termt of to 5 yeir. The solid service long and successfully tried, aud the many advantages thetna Insurance Company pos sesses iu its line, should not be overlooked by those ready to insure and understanding their best interests, Daring "stringent times" the necessity for re liable Insurance becomes mi imperative duty the ability of property owners to sustain loss being then mr.ch lessened. Ageucies in all the principal cities and towns throughout the State Polities leaned without de lay, by any of tho dulv authorised Agents of the Company. k r ' I ..i (i. ms attended lo with despatch and fidelity. COI'KLASli NKXHKN, Agents, my 2 Savings Bank Iluildiug, Kirst St. BY STATE AUTHORITY. INCREASE 0FASH CAPITAL lUAOTtU TO riBI INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. CHARTER PERPETUAL. Cash Capital, .$400,000 M7,712.36 Cash A . L bOOHIS, Prest. II. K r.i.i.iMiii, Secretary. R II. & II. M . MAGILI., GeM'l Agl. CINflNSATl, O. fi"Ageiiis in all the prinr O1 the i oloii. LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID: SiWApplicatlons n-ceivisl, policies 1 waned and re newed, and all brsiness pertaining to the agency promptly attended to IKLAN1 J- NEXSEN, Agents. - Office, on First St . bet. Main and Kyc, in Savings Bank Hnildin. ARE YOU INSURED V DELAYS Mil) hMiER0VS I EVANSVILLE AGENCY OP THK WERCHANTS' INSURANCEC0. Hartford, Conn. Cash Capital, $200,000 DIRECTORS : Mark Howard, is. Woodruff. .i .tines Bolter, B. Roberts, Ouv K. rhaips. Timothy Bheldou, lames P. roster, Sidney A. While, Chss. T. IJiUyer, Elijah H Owen.' Bmmi BlRnchard, Bichard I). Hubbrird. M. M. Merriman, W. h. Collins, W. H. li. f'alleuder. lfc"Applicatieos reoeivail, Policies isiied and re newtvl, and all Imsiuess pel taitimg lo the Agency promptly attended to. !55Losson eijnit blv adjusted and promptly paid at I his Ageiicv. aug9 COPELAND .t NEXEX, Acents. THE SECURITY" FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF NteW YORK COT. fash Capital, A I.I. PAID IX. $500,000. Si :j,uot SIKPblS W t t IB St' K PARTICIPATION POLICIES, I 1 . 1 1 : : : ti : Sm - i '. to oi tio:t ot Mfl Fi olits, i OF WHICH 75 PER. CENT Is set aMd (.initially f.r tha pWj 06, frtvt.iii 8 A F ET Y fm Be yearly accumulation, which are firodeJ in- btevd of l i inp divided to stuukhol JUtt s, and C II K A P X E ti ti In dividend to boWi a of participation poltf ln" ! or an ABATEMENT in Hariia Iusiirnuc-. from I lb.1 standard ra'eb t rt-mitiui to aualiinwrii who i may pre far lion-participation. JOSEPH VALKEa, I'm'l. T0O8. V. H IKl'SALI., View i'lwidoiit. . R. L. Haviioi k, iii-c'y. T II i 9 ) O .HI' A N Y iMWiMfiiMl la huJ by lviH l-eii- i lipid, H'UtjeliId Furiiitnte, .Slore, H'areh' diws ' mad iii- - f tmnttt eoptl XIPKLANU & HM SEN, Agent. AblCY ! STEAMBOATS. REGULAR PACKETS. CHARLEY BOWEN!! II. T. DliXTER, Master. W.J.Markell,) clk. Win. Hently, j Klerks. The BOWEN ii- the regular Evansville and Cairo Swift, Light-Draught, L ti. Mail, Passenger and Freight Packet. Arrives at Evansville every Thursday and Friday morning, making close connection with the E.AC. BAIL UOAD FOB LOUISVILLE, CIN CINNATI, AND THE EAST. Ittilr Leaves Evauiville every Tuesday aud Sat urday t l' o'clock ., connecting with CUMBERLAND A TENNESSEE KIVKK Packets at Smithland, and at Cairo with the ILLINOIS CENTRAL EATLROAD, And with Packets fur ST. LOriS, MEMPHIS, AND NEW OR LEANS. lf&- The C. Bou ks Koes to Cairo everv Tuesday, aDd the Ciiaki :t BowtN goes to Cairo every Sat urdav. oct6 U. S. MAIL Evansville & Paducah Daily Packets DUNBAR, CI S FOWLER Master. GEN. ANDERSON, FOWLER Master. Leave Evansville Dally at 12 o'clock M., Sundays Excepted. Leave Patlitrali Daily at 9 A. M. The DUNBAR and OEN. ANDERSON make close connections at Paducah with packets for NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS, & NEW ORLEANS, And at Evansville with packets for LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Railroads, for tlie East. KSSi" The Dunbar gis to Cairo every Friday, and the Cen. Anderson g'jes to Cairo every Satur day. JOHN B. II ALL, Agent, septus No. 2 Water street. Mm- ville and Rouiintf Creeii Pack, :. .JDvii.- The I. Kht draft IT S. Mail a- -'mi''i T' BfUV I.I VC (JRKE.V. A. LITER, Captain, JOHN TRAVIS, Cl'k, Leaves Kvausville every Monday and Thursday, at (I o'clock, P M , leaves Uewline; Crcen every Wednesday aud HaUirday, at 8 a. m. aue;10 X I'ackst. Qsm'l I. M. WHITE. U. L. Lancaftf.r, ntasler, tuns as a fjaUi regular Freii;ht and Passenger "'Vfii iii daily (Sundays excepted) between this point aud Henderson. aiifr7 WMS JV VOMH TO &TJi. fHJJ-'ZE wW of time. The Louisville and mtm Heii.'er-im ilgfat-Drauht, Swift, Side JJLJ--rIi Wheel U. S. M.and Passenger r irln r ifTi ' i CSrjf 37- Eaglo, Capt. A. DONNALLY, .1. A. Lum, CI k, Leaves Evaiisville for Louisville everv .l-n; i;. at 'l o'clock M.. and every Thursday at 6 o'clock v. u., arriving at Louisville Tuesday and Friday eve:.ings. Returning, leaves Louisville every Wednesday aad Saturday eveniu at 6 oVhs k. .!.. II. II A I., Agent, No. 2 Water street. jolyS-tf EVANSVILLK AND LOUISVILLE U.S. MAIT. PACKET, C3r r oy IE! X s 1 o - W. II. DANIELS, Capt. S. P. Halliuav, C'erk. m k-t ras ms :i.-f vi t, i.kh irs-: n M-J Tuesday and Saturday at 6 o'clock p. M. Returning, leaves Louisville every Monday and Friday at 4 o'clock P. M. Through Bills of Lading will be given for Tobacco or other freipbt to Hal'imore or Kew Yisk at as iow ratus it not lower than by any other route. Passengers or freight takan at p;icket-ho.it rates lor auy point on the Ohio River or on Green River. tW" The pasxenger accommodations of the Orey Ksgle are unsurpassed by any boat upon the West, ern waters. Apply on board or to JOHN B. HALL, juiief-dtf No. 2 Water street. a. oh eoi Tii cj KKOf.TO.y HF ; . . . IMl' L L Tl 1 aaa. i r i ' it i r. I itv t I '. L. - , r . Mrl-oNALD, Master, Tavi.or, Clerk, will make retrnljir tri-w-ek.tv tripfl to South Car- rolton Hiid Poud Riv r, k-Hviur on Monduyti, Wwhi-tlrtyri and Kridaya. For freight or pacae, ajply on hoard. de20lf Steamboat for Sale. mmOTIVE MS II KB KB i' m W that the undersigned, Executor of the last Will of William C. Greer, deceased, will sell the i:i terett of sail dees Id in the Steamboat Fanny HvlMtt and appurtenance-', the same being one third thereot. The terms of sale, which will be easy, will be made kaawn to those making appli ttion at the Citv Hotel, Evaassrllle, by oet3 -Swd WM. II. BOIOOUBT, Kxecutor. FORWARD'G & COMMISSION. I. A . CHAN K WU.BRO'VN. CRANE &. BROWN. Forwarding & Commission Mercliants. EVANSVILLE, INI). Ifcfr' Apr-nts for Kanawha Salt Company. Liberal Casll ruivanops mad on bhlpmeiitrt f I'lo.luce. THti unIr-rsiii;n(d, of tli late flrmduf J. A. 'rane A V., and Brown A Aikroan. huv this day as.o tiaUi thtiiiirfclvtvi tojetlier under t he name of Ci ane A Brown, for the pirrpoao of tiniaMkctlng n fi.'Deral rw.irdinjj and (.mmlsoti hntfuni, as carriitf M by th late tirrnn. Krota our lorjj e.perieueand hicreued facilitiesi, I'pcethtpr with pus pernonal and strict Attention to the iuter.'itt of oar Ci.rrespoudentrt, we liuzird i,ottflo0 i:i giMrrintooin per fed MfiifacUm. We bg leave t express our gratitude tc tiioce who lmvt' Iiei et.-fere confided t heir inttTest lo our k-eviiig, arid trtMt to be ahle to Berve th in in fu ture, p.vd$;n our bct effort to the advaiiceiueot of t.e-ii iutere-jf.. ISAAC A. CHAN H. oett-iyd Wl i i.iam BftOWVt . NKW A KRAira KfKNT. The AitAMK Kxpr.rns i'ompaw ri-rtwetfullr rm- mmnmr to their fi ieni! and patron, the public of Etiurf7ille and vicinity, that. vilh iucre:iM-d tacili-ti.-d for the trausj-oi tation of F U B I (1 H T P A ' K .4 d K 8 . 3f 0 A' E Y A S Jt V A L, V A D S, Tbej9oticlta coutiBuance affbicmttf favorn. Ks peeial care takn in the Collection of Bills. Ural 1 8, Notes, aud the trauaortatiou of muaU and valuable pa,-kes. All persons wishing to avail themselves of the fa cilities of the Kvpresii, can obtain any desired infor mation iu reference to the routes and details of the business, at Ml air Office on Kimt street, between Main Mad Locutii, oeponiie the Pout Office, del! G. U. PISH. Aeent. Old Established Wharf Boat EVANSVILLE, IND. P. O'HIIiBr 8c Co. 'OX.itJ ti. 'OKttJiSflJ.UJ, J.V 5 COM"MISSIOa MKKCHANTS. neral l.'ailr.e ., , Ste.iiiiti.iM, and Kxprsc; Agouti ,e:-ial Atri-ntt. o-r the t" ENN. CENTRAL UAlLRoAD; nd conneotioriH, oer whieli we nrn authorize to give through receipt af th" lowoat paiiiilila rata Having a mammoth Wharf boat at the laadlojr, th i largest on tti" Ohio. Itiver, cupvhle of storing and protect tag ill men l.aioii. lial.le to dammcc from exposure, we are r-fjiuit-d to t.u ilit.it,- tho di patck) of all coneiirunu nt (Mvardod lo our rare RIVER, RAILROAD OK CANAL. "art it inter Ktl tin 1 1 Korw.irdiiikr .rilt Mi pan t( abro. 10 the Sale ?f zny Produce, or other property. momtgm$M tc ..n for wlmnd Wttitfa bctlon rn:ratit('t il. Ofltea aoi tensive WMVkooM Wittr Htrpr-t, HdjoiuiUi; the ThIumi Ifll, Uld on the Wharf (o t, where we are to bf fouml, attoadlog to th jytwert of our patrons at all boors, Iay km ! Ufgf-t. With owe NgMrior ficiu1tiet ; Umg HtaiHHi ; in tlriag euerpy : hihI binw ".. il. f or.r h infafc tri feel fjiDftdWat of fSMnl tiafiiciioti aud li U i.i ' i l - -i ' i ..!('-- :.-!; . l ia we are uow i i' - . liberal cash advaucen will be uiuil on allrouui! mentd to eitht-r oiiriielvt i or nunoi.ulH la any of the principal iaark:(t Noith, Ksi or rittMth P C. 0'Rlt.EY & CO. COMMERCIAL. N'eiv York Market. N'k'.v Youk, (Jet. 19, p. m. Flour heavy and 5c lower, with ouly a very moderate demand for export mid liurae consumption ; sales of 17,000 bbls at 5 i7(7 5 45 for super state ; 5 35(.'i 65 for extra state ; 5 35 5 45 for super western ; market closing dull, with a declining tendency. Rye flour steady and unchanged. Whisky iu moderate re quest ; sales of 7,000 bbls nt 2424J ; closiug at tbe inside price. Wheat heavy and 2c lowei vviih a moderate export de mand at the decline ; sales of 5.200 bush of Milwaukee club at 1 271 31 ; 37,000 bushels of amber Wisconsin at 1 301 34. the latter an outside price for choice ; 3,500 bush of white Michigan at I 50 1 55; 15,000 bush of w inter Ohio and In diana at 1 451 50 ; 17,000 bush of Chi cago spring at 1 221 27. Rye firm and in fair demand ; sales of 8,300 bush at 81c. Barley in lair request at 79()8:c. Corn n shade easier, and in moderate demand for export and home consumption ; sales of C4,000 bush at 70,71 for mixed western in store. Oats, a fair business doing at 38 40c. Pork firm for mess and steady for prime at 19 1219 25 for mess ; 14 50 for prime. Beef quiet and steady. Beef hams quiet ; sales of 70 bbls of new western at 15 50. Cut meats dull ami unchanged, with small sales at SJfJiJ for shoulders ami 10fill$ for hams. Lard quiet at 2 12J and 13 for prime. Butter 1 1(7713 for Ohio, and for stale. Cheese steady at 9(77' 1 1 for inferior to prime. Coffee pending the auction sales for to-morrow, the market for Rio was very quiet, but firm; the sales included 100 bags of St. Pomingo at iric. Molasses very quiet ; sales of 50 hhds of Porto Rico at 3839 ; 10 hhd.! of Barbadoes at 35c ; and by auc tion 100 bbls do, at 35$,38 for cash. Sugar refiners and speculators having withdrawn from the market, the article has become rather quiet, and we can only learn of sales of J,00o hhds, including Cuba at 6Jf7j',7j and Porto Rico nt 7J8. Hides steady at 24 for Buenos Ayres ; 2424J for Rio Grande ; 18c for dry western ; and 331 nt C months for Orinoco. Wool market for domestic fleece is very quiet, and we hear of 10,000 pounds of I 'nlifornia" at about previous prices. Cincinnati Market. Cincinnati, Get. 19, p. m. Flour dull aud nominal at 5 005 10 for super and 5 155 25, for extra. Mess Pork iu fair demand at 1 7 750518 00. Bacon quiet and unchanged. We quote shoulders at 8$, and sides at 1 1 1. Whisky steady at 18c. No change in Groceries ; we quote Sugar at 8,9J; Coffee at 15(,153; Molasses at 42 43 ; Wheat dull and heavy, hut notquot ably lower; sales at 1 081 1G for prime red and white. Corn steady at 40(5)43 for old. Oats dull at 30c in bulk. Rye dull at G4(S65 for prime. Barley prime grades are in fair demand ; the lower grades are dull; prime fall at 85c. Linseed oil in good demand. U 57c. Sew York Cattle Market. New York, Oct. 1 7. Bkef Declined (a,c per lb ; sales nt C(if0c for extra, first quality 8iV791,e. second quality 8,8$c, third quality 7j7fc; receipts 5,700 head. Veal3 and Cows unchanged. Shebp e lower sales nt 5(77;9c ; Lambs 87W0c ; receipts 15,500 head. Swink Lower and supply larger j live 6Gec ; dressed 7;Sjc ; receipts 14,000 head. New OrlcniiH 51rUt. Xkw Oiu.kans, Oct. 18. Cotton The market closed with an advancing tendency; sales to-day of 14,000 bales at lllHc for middling qualities. Sugak Closed steady; sales at f9(,V:9 for fair to fully fair. Molasses Sells at 37(7,40e. Floir Quiet; sales at 5 h74((t5 90 for superfitip. Coffrk Rio ; sales at 13514jc for prime. Excha stiK On New York ' per cent, discount to par. Thk AciioitA ok Freedom. The result of the election in Pennsylvania, upon which we cordially congratulate our readers and the country, reveals the important and no longer to be disguised fact, that the South ern dynast- which has led our Government such a dance for the past twelve or fiteen year?!, has entirely forfeited the confidence of the country, and that the desire of a now order of things; of a government with a northern exposure ; a government in which freedom is the rule and slavery the excep tion ; a government in which men are not proscribed for preferring free to bond labor; a government which would not permit the national flag to be made the guardian of piracy on tho high sens and of ruffianism on land, has become universal. In this State of Pennsylvania, this home of Presi dent Buchanan, and the last hope of the combined enemies of freedom, it appears that the Republican candidate for Governor lias triumphed by a largo majority. If this is the effect of fusion in Pennsylvania now, Lincoln may be fairly expected to carry tho Stale in November by a majority of not les3 than fen thousand over Curtin's, whatever that may be. These returns prepare us now to speak more definitely about New York, where the majority will lie nearer 100,000 than the figure at which we estimated it a few weeks since, before we knew the efficacv of fusion. Xiete York Pout. Republicans, Look Here ! The State Central CoDwii'tee recommend tlifit a meefinpr bo held by the Republicans in EVERY COUNTY IN THE STATE on the SATURDA V before the November elec tion, so thai the WHOLE STATE WILL BE IN COUNCIL AT THE SAME TIME. In the meanwhile let meetings be held in every township and the work be kept ener getically going. nJKnslI, i'MiHVHJS t'O. JkX hare removed iu Wut.r Kir, Hunt tfn above Muin. 3aKa E mWm " ta 3h9 MP ak 0 M y WK are now manufacturing Wells' Patent Fold lug Spring Bed, tk best and uumt convenient now in use, ai ii can be moved or handled without any trouble. Cell and rraniino ihui. Ian26 mwii.c- -. vimt-ui&B tA OVH, B fm A new st,,.-k ,it' Mill and Circular Saws ftewlantls a Woiatronah snd HcParlins' brand--7, ' nttfd M tt-ct. f'ivsul-n av from H to t,0 inches ii store and tor fi!" at CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. City or Evassville, Oct 20.18W). mmOTICJB MS if H HUB I G IV JUS" f that I, Christian Hedderich, Collector of the City of Evansville, between tho hours of 9 and 12 o'clock a. m ., and 3 and 5 o'clock p. m., on the 13th of November, 1860, will sell at pnblic auction at the door of the Court House in the City of Ev anaville, Indiana, the following lots, parts of lots, and parrels of real estate and improvements, as sessed lor the payment of City taxes for the year I860, dne from the owners thereof to the City of Evansville, tho same being now due and unpaid, and for the costs of said sale, and that such sale will be continued from day to day at the aforesaid hours and place nntil all the lota and parcels of real estate herein mentioned are sold as offered for sale : OBIGIKAL rLAN. Howes, Lswis, lot 25, original plan $i7 50 UPPEB ENLARGEMENT. Chandler, John J., 13th sobdivision of out lot No. 4 -1 30 Fairchild, E. H., lot 10 27 60 LOWER ENLARGEMENT. Baker, Wm., undivided half of 397 feet of Wharf property, below Division utreot between Elni and Leet street G9 Howes, Lewis, undivided two-thirds of 270 feet of Wharf property, above Leet street 69 00 Howes, Lewis, lot No. 1 - ... 63 82 DONATION ENLARGEMENT. Fellowes, Win., lot No. 149 9 77 EASTERN ENLAR 3EMENT. Baker k Oarvin, lot 6, Block 1 Kimt'n En'l 1 30 " " 10 " 1 2 30 M .. g .. j,, j 73 " " 8 " H ' 1 73 " 9 " ' 53 .. .. i .. 8g .. a 4a , 72 .. .. " S " 44 " 1 3S m 8 44 " 1 58 .. .. 9 41 i 3S " " 15 ' 44 1 38 M .. h 18 ' 44 ' 1 38 iio " 44 " 1 38 ' 21-44 " 1 38 " m as " 4i i :m " ' a ' 4s ' i 3 m .. .. o " 45 138 " 17 " 4 ' 1 27 h h X9 " 45 " 1 16 . h gg 4,-, .. i 27 " 8 " 4-i 1 38 Peuhler, W. O.. " S " H'J 7 48 Early, Ko'.ert, " 8 " -.'ti " 4 02 " " 5 " 88 19 ftd ' 13 " 4n " b 33 ' 19 " 49 3 10 " 160 feet on Sixth street by 150 feet on I., rust street, of Kfans's Home stead Gsrviu, Thomas K lot 5 Block 41 ' undivided C of Blcck If Hayhurst, Azaiiah, lot 19Blfck 49 Mentzer. Michael... " 9 " 40 Mesker, llenrv " 11 " 36 NefT, Peter N., " 4 " 4j Bimoth, Albert, the north half of lot 8 Bio- k 32 BAKER'S AUDITION. Emrich.Wm., lot 4 Bh-k a " north Of lot 6 Block 3 Oarria, Tbos. K., lot 18 Bhck 4 LAMASCO. Oarvin, TL.v E., lot 19 Block 135 43 12 4 03 6 75 1 38 4 60 4 93 1 38 4 OS 1 44 3 04 1 44 2 03 2 44 2 85 2 25 3 38 3 37 2'J Mi 14 la 2 4 136.. 136.. 17S.. 175.. Oifl'ord, Thomas, 128 feet by 18" feet ..f north end of Block No. 165 10 13 2 03 2 25 1. -:! , Lewis B, lot 1 Block 57 Lamasro " 57 " 57 " 57 ' 57 " 07 " 67 " 57 57 74 " 47 Block 58 " 58 " 58 " 53 " 2 25 2 25 " 2 81 " 2 63 " 2 25 2 25 M 2 25 " 2 63 " 1 88 - !4 I.Hmiisco 1 88 " 1 50 " 1 50 " 1 50 1 87 " 1 60 1 69 " 2 63 " 2 25 2 25 " 2 44 " 2 06 " 2 06 10 1 14 0 10 11 12 13 14 16 1 Resinger, .Tehn, " Scott, Lncias H, l"t ..8 85 8ft 85 86 8rt 8fi 86 86 ion loo 100 11)1 too ioi Wl 102 lec 102 101 un lot 104 104 104 104 1(4 10 105 105 105 M 105 105 Me 1H5 lOH 108 109 162 1 3 a 9 10 63 25 12 31 24 t; 14 15 ft l 12 IS 8 9 10 14 15 i 17 21 22 21 22 S3 At 25 26 27 28 2 13 ,1 88 60 OB 2 25 2 06 2 06 2 06 1 88 1 87 1 88 1 87 1 88 1 87 1 88 I 69 1 69 1 87 1 88 1 87 a 25 I 80 1 87 I 83 1 87 a 25 1 25 . 2 48 all f I 1 FOURTH ENLARGEMENT. Meier, W 8, lot 24, Block 10, fourth enlarge ineut 5 81 STOCK WELL'S ENLARGEMENT Green, John W, lot 1, Block 13, Stockwell's Kill. 1 69 " 2 13 do 3 56 Stockwell, J M, (heirs) lot 13, Block 17, do 1 65 ' 32 " 17 do 1 65 CARPENTER'S PLAI'F. Loder, Lewis B, lot 1, Block 4, Carpenter's place 4 13 "2 "4 do 3 75 BATTELL PLACE 10, Block I, Ratt.dl place 7 51 11 ' 1 do 7 50 12 1 do 7 69 13 -'1 do 7 68 14 "1 do 7 69 15 " 1 do 7 68 16 " 1 do 9 19 17 " 1 do 11 26 18 " 1 do 7 87 19 "1 do 7 69 20 " 1 do 7 69 21 "1 do 7 69 22 1 do 7 68 23 ' 1 do 9 18 24 "1 do 7 88 CHRISTIAN HEDDERICH, City Collector. 3wd CiOKi'O T I tt .V . v Tim. s Order for Plank Side-Walk. Septem'r 20, I860. And now it Is hereby ordered aud directed by the Common Council of the city of Evansville, that th owuers of all lots ir parts of lots fronting on or adjoining the uorth side of id St.. from Leet St. to the western line of Storkwell's enlargement In said the city, cause the side walk? thereon to he brought to the proper rde, audthat they rar.se aside-walk of class No.2 to belaid '- within thirtf days from the publication ot thi. order. P. BURKE, Clerk. City Clerk's Offlce, October 15,1800. CIO H J O B A T I O J JVOT MC X . ' Order lor Plank Side. Walk. Septem'r 29, 1860. Ami uow it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the city of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots fronting on or ad joining the north-west side of Bond street, from Market street to the western Hue of Stockwell's enlargement iu said city, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper g rade, and that they cause a ssde-walk of class number 2 to be laid dow n thereou within thirty days from the publica tion of this order. P. IU EKE, Clark. City Clerk's Office, October 15, i860. mmoTicis to c o.t ba cto ma. mw TbaOoBUBOB Council of the City of Evans ville will receive sealed proposals until the 23d day of October, 1R00, for grading, guttering and paving the alley extendiug from Sycamore to Vine streets, and situated between Third und Fourth streets. The contractor tu lurniah all the materials, and do the work agreeably to plan aud specifications on tile In this oAre. P. Bl-BKE, Clerk. Cleik's offlce, October 1st, I860. mmOTICK TO VOJS"TBJICTO hh. Ojw The Commen Conncil of the City of Kvans ville will receive sealed proposals until the 23d day ot Octeber, 1MD, for grading the alley extending from Tine to Division slreet, aud situated hetweee Third and Fourth streets iu said Citv. P. BURKE, Clerk. Clerk's Offlce, October let, I860. jnur 4 happtii Hp and Wan(. J Sure M? Remedy. L'se the Compound Glycerine Lo- j tion, which is entirely free from grease, or any ar- i tide that can possibly injure the skin. A ftw , drops rubbed on occasionally is all that is required. Prepared only at WM. BIERBOWl'.R'S, Druggist, No 78 Main street, Washington bl'k,) j octll,tf; yansville, Iud. ! MISCELLANEOUS. NEW YORK STORE. jr.v oh-fEBijyro ova eioontt jj-i M asking the patronage of this commanity, we have only to say that we come amongst you as per manent citizens, and promise that in all things onr word shall be made good. Our purchases have been made under the moat favorable circumstances, in New Ycrk and other Eastern cities. A long residence and intimate business connections with the best mercantile houses there, gives us advantages to buy goods cheaper than can be done under any other circum stances. AVo hive adopted a system that is somewhat new here, but it is the only one which will enable a merchant to sell goods at low pin es throughout an entile rtttick CASH EXCLUSIVELY, AKD .VO DFVIATIOS; ALL AHF TO BR TREATED ALIKE. Onr aadaavei ha- brea t-i bay avaffyftMnti ei thu BEST QUALITY AND Xji atost Style m9 And e have mad.. arraugtniu1s to keep our utock supplied with the most FAKUIONAKLK G(..o.1h as soou ai they Hpt-ar fBflt Ijomestic Gootls A larf rrrtyrfaitat. :W- 1 'IiKAP. Flannels of every color and grade, a Csv Fancy Dress Goods, Valentius, Mohairs, Phiin and cheue Eijiued for traveling dresses. Fancy Poplins, Subinas, Persian Delaines, Magenta G loths, FRENCH MERINOES, VERY CHEAP ; Printed Merinoes, elegant styles, RICH PLAIN VELOURS, Fancy Weiours RARE IN STYLE AKD COLOR. ALL WOOL DELAINES, PRINTED DELAINES, FANCY SILKS, SOMETHING NEW AND ELEGANT ; AND Black Silks of Every Grade. LINEN AND WHITEGOODS, TABLE CLOTnS AND From ths Lowest to the .uest, IRISH LINENS, BIRD EYE, DIAPER, HOLLANDS, kc, &c. Embroideries. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF JACONET BANDS, EDGINGS, INSERTING! A If COLLARS AT Something very fine iu EMBROIDER'D HANDKTS. COLLARS AND SLEEVES IN SETTS, FROM 75 CENTS TO $15.00. LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, A Urge Htock, and vry pair mude to our order, of tb? BEST MATERIALS, AD WARRASTKO, These Goods we offer for Cash at very low prices, intending to make our house in that respect, a complete NEW YORK STORE. GILES & McPHEETERS, Ko. 5 First street, Foster's New Buildings, near the Pout Office. - ep t.-O Closing Out at Cost. ", .Vtf ' OFFKB OfB K.TIBft WW stock of Goods at cost, with a view of mak ing a change in bueiuess. Terms cash. K.vausville,8ept 0, JAS. OAKLEY A SON. sept21-lm "boots and shoes. JT II J K It H K ITT KB J.VII KJV- M larged my store, and have on hand a fnll sup ply of BOOTS AND HHOK8 of my own manufac ture, all of which I will wairant of the best quality. 1 have purchased my leather ter cash, and will sell i on the one prica tntttrnt fur east, lower than tbe same iilality of goods are usually sold in this wty. WM. EMKKV, ; septal -3uid J90 Maiu-st, cor. Bevsnlh-st. MISCELLANEOUS. 'iS.'-W Wl.ti fmUJk WI.S .' An endless variety of F ill an 1 Winter Shawls, at from f 1 to 525, at SCHAPKERA BtGBSLNG'g, sept26 y ... 41 Mail street. JT wf TJShT kTt-i.Hb .- " MJ Prince of Wales Hat", do do Cape, Opera Hats, do Cans. Freuch Felt Hats, Faucy and Riding Cap?, Faucy Gents Hats, Young Gents Caps, Boys Hats, do Caps. Intaut Dress Hats, do do Caps, Every kind and Btyle of Hats, do do do Caps, At VAUT1ER A M ARCONMER'S, oet6 39 ttalnst mm buss hji th mob j. v MP Winter now ready. The latest styles, elthel Silk vr Cassimere. Send in your orders tf VAUTIEB & MARCONNIEK, ect6 39 Main at. Mj0JTMtJsr 'Pij.y Ti 3 tmTii hjTth M The only real Ventilated Hatu ev. r msde, at VAUTIER A MARCONNIER, oct6 39 M-Jn St. Bjr.i.niu tt(j a- if-, m. caiwsjBfi MM boxen for sale by B. E. lil LBERT & CO., octO No. 4 Sycamore st. DR. HAAS, Having leased tberooas formerljoc cupied by Dr. Kirett, in Dr. Bray's building, oppo site the Post Ofllce, lor n series of years, would re speettully solicit the citiwns of Evansville and the surrounding towns and country, 'o visit his moms and see the specimens on exhibition, hether khajf neeil the eervices of a Dentist or not. Since the issuing of his last circular and adver tisement, over a year since, (jevera) iinprovements aud new inventitis L-iv. bae'n made, of which he Iibm avail-) himself, and allows nothing tlttt will subserve the interest of his patients, to pass un secured. His facilities are better aud establish ment larger, without dnitt-t, that any other in our Stat', and .jiiiil taany In KasterQ cities. All thr who neel lVnfal oiMmtiins peif.TUied, and ar pleasinj with hi aork, shall be attended to with reat pleasure. The foUowtng an- the styles i.f work u;anufartur ed by him: Uontinu'ms Gum: Hlock or Carved Work; YuU anite Banc; ('.ral'te; Alntier; ftnnplM tic; Gold aud Silver work. Nothing can excel the beauty and, cleanliness of the continuous i?nui work. It is without a seam or crevice. 'heeks that are sunken csji be restore J to nearly thuir original contour by this style ot work, and also by the use of tbe Vulcanite, Coral it, and Amber Bane. The latter styles, for light ness and adaptation U dilticnlt month-, excel auy Cels anything we hav'e. ver swell. He has several ana'sthetics for allei iatiug paiu when extracting keeWt TheJT are perfectly harui loss. Tbe moat delicate can have them applied. He does not advertise anything he cannot do, nor exhibit anything not made b himself. Parents should consult tbe health and beauty t-f their children by having the Dentist direct knell 9econd dentition, thereby producing symmetry ami health to those Invaluable organ a. Irregularity of c'nildren's teeth corrected snr. cessfully. Those having decayed teeth, should either huve them extracted or tilled at once (the latter if pos sible). The health of the parties and the remain ing teeth demand this. SoB- 1 take pleasure In introdiiciug Dr. Haas, my successor to ths old rooms In Bray's building, hoping he will tind them both pl asunt and profit able. From 1113' intercourse with the Doctor, I am pleased to find him one id' the progressing; possessing taste and high professional ability and standing. With this view , 1 can, with safety, rt com meud him to the conimtinitj as u skillful and com petent dentist, (may) JKIVKTT. jCXMiBBjHtr sri.ns w -s hand a supply af Ws tan also furnish TRACK SCALES of sny ca pacity. These Scaleo are from the mannfactory o K. T. FAIRBANKS r CO., St. Johusbitrg, Ver mont. Every S-ale Is tested ai d sealed, aad war. ranted correct. For testimonials we refer to tke thousands of persons using them. HORMBSOOK f CO., Agents, nov-24 Water street. Evansville. QUACK NOSTRUMS. rmvin .vt vohk iu' boob M sayi-: Tlie majority of Hair Washes, Hal i Dyes, Hair Tunics, Hair Oils, and the numberless preparations now before the pnblic, undersuch ex travagant, hyperl,olicsl and f.tntastic titles as we see paraded iu show window cards aud newspaper headings, as hair preparation, are all humbugs of the Brst water ; their BSa mciit, when they pos. sess nay, is that tlo-y do no harm. Hog's Lard, Whale Oil, Lard Oil, Sweet oil. sceuted and color ed, niak.- up, ht-n iabenatlfttl wrappers end white tliut glass bottles, the costliest character of tonics ; and when thus costly, are bapti.ed with souie tri syllablo term, and caught at by verdant young an I old of both sexes Such is nut the character ol Professor Wood's Hair Restorative. This gentle, tleman comes lsjfore the world without any "high talntiu " Xilophloforiitni, or any other astounding ami startling catchpenny terms : he simply advci Uses a ITatr Katorrttinrvhat ft oxpreeses, precisely and as a Restorative it acla. Buy Professor Wood's ITair Restorative ; and as you value yoilr scalp, aye, jour very brains, apply nothing elm for it may be that you will get some worse sub stance than perfumed lard on your cranium. Be- member, Wood s Itestorative n r ine iiair is in, best article extant." It will, by nature's own process, Restore Gray Hair to tbe O-iginal Color, Will make it Grow onBnJd Heads, Will restore ths Natural Secretions, Will remove at once all itching. Will remove all lau(lrun. Will cure all eruptions even Scald Head, Will make the Hair Bolt ond Glossy, Will make the old appear young again. Will preserve the Color of Hair to old aj;c. Will always Fasten it and stop its Failiu Aud is one of the best Toilet Aiticles for th- Hair now in use. Manufactured by O. J. WOOD CO.. and sol 1 Wholesale aud l'.etui I at 4 It llroadway. New York. and 114 Market street, St. Louig, Mo. Ah i sold by all druggists in ttie city and i oiintiy. septl5 Notice of Application for hlrmn- mmoTICIi IS HKBKB3' tilVKJS' Yw that I will apidy to the Hoard of Commis sioner of andrburgh county, at their next term .ninionciug' on the first Monday in Decenfber lis8(, for license to sell intoxicating liquors in alasi quantity than a quart, for tbe term of one year. My place of business is oa Water street. Lot No 2d old Plan of the citv or Brans ri lie. oct2-3wd. HANK B BOOK LOI K EB mmoTir:: is iikhkih' m"k.- m W that tho undersigned los ln appointed Executor of the hist V.'ill of "William C. Greer, de ceased, late of Vanderburgh County, Indiana. Said estate, is supposed to be solvent. oct3-3wd WM. It.pOVSOVKr, Executor. Lots for Sale MmJ" MOST TKB.ns. WW The most favorable opportunity ever ..Pared to the public. 20 lots of 6 acres each, on the New hurg road, l- miles from the Court-home, and s lots of .r acres each, on Washington avenue, ne miie from the city. As small a qnant.ty as one feurth of an acre will he sold, if desired. Apply to WILLIAM BIKKIIOWKB. novidly t a,Tj,l O.t tl.l.U JiVB 1PKTKM- s MINKU To BTJOOBBO GEORGE THORN HILL takes pleasure In ii -orming his old customers that iu the quality and style of his work, he flatters himself he cannot be excelled. Ho may still be found at the corner ot Second and Main streets, where the choicest Har uess aud Saddles of every description can la obtain ed on the teat of terms. Sfcsy Ueptthiug d..ue with neatness and dispatch Second-hand Uarnsss lwayson band. lei 0 " "