5IlC fattg 0ttYttl. .
, vaiisvllle St Crawford villa U. II. ,
ccommoclatlon Train 6.00 A. M. i
tan Tim! i a.i5 " j
Ul Train 4.56 P. M.
.ccominocUtioa 3.30 '
Steamers Regular Packets.
Charley Bowen leaves Tuesday and Saturdays
1 12 o'clock m. Arrives Mondays and Thursdays
Dttsba leaves Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri
ays at IS o'clock m. Arrive Tuesdays, Thursdays,
rid Saturday, at night.
Gex'l Anderson leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays at 12 o'clock, M. Arrives Mondays,
Vednesdnys and Fridays in the night.
Okv. I. M. White plies daily, leaving Evansville
n the foreuoon and returning in the evening.
Grey Eagle, of Louisvills, leaves Tuesdays and
Saturdays at 6 o'clock r. it. Arrives Tuesdays and
Saturdays in the afternoon.
Grev Kaglf, of (iallipolil, leaves Mondays at
1 o'clock m., and Thursdays at 6 o'clock r. h.
Arrhea Sundays and Thursdays in the afternoon.
FOB GREEN RIVER.
Botvmno Green leaves Mondays and Thursdays
tit 6 ..'clock p. m. for Green river. Arrives on Hon
Jays and Thursdays iu the inorntDg.
There is regular daily communication with Hen
person and NF.WBrnan by lout and land convey
PoMSroy, Cincinnati ; John F. Carr. Pittsburg;
Daeotah. Pittsburg ; D. B. Camohell, B. Grasn ;
J.inden, St. T.ouis ; Prince of Wales. Cin.;
ftrsy Cairle. Louisville ; Mars, Cincinnati ;
V." "Oxford, Louisville : J. W. Chwman, Cin ;
J. Done, Memphis.
Pomeroy, Memrdils : John F. Carr. N. O.;
Tarotah. Memphi : Linden, Pittsbnrg ;
Prime or Wala. N. .; Mars. New Orleans :
Woodfisrd. New Orleans ; J. W. Chnesraan, St Lou ;
8r K.tclo, Loalsrille ; D B. Campbell, B. Green.
noTS I. E AVISO TO-rAT.
Charles Rrtwen. Calm ; r!en. Anderson, P.ulucali;
Gi Ragle, LeuTsrille ; Gen. While, Henderson.
The River oppasite this point haa
c omnioncp-l stvellmrr again. Tt wa3 riainp;
quite rapiilly yestenlay. The Weather, since
Snniirtv, lias been clear and pleasant.
Cincinnati, noon, Oct. 20th. The river
hi' fallen 2 feet since Saturday. 10 feet
: in the channel. Weather clear.
Pittsburgh, Oct. 29. River 5 feet 1 inch
by the pier mark and rising. Weather
St. Locis, Oct. 29th. River stationary,
with 6 feet in the channel out to Cairo.
The regular Evansville and Cairo
packet Charley Uowen will lie at the wharf
to-day, receiving freight, up to 12 o'clock,
at which hour she departs for Cairo. She
is the only regular boat for that point, and
a full load of Cairo and New Orleans freight
is solicited. Shippers may ' look farther
and fare worse."
The Oen'l Anderson is the regular
mail and passenger packet for Paducah.
She belongs to the daily mail line, makes all
f the landings, and runs fully up to her time.
She is also "up with the times" in other re
Bpects. Passengers cannot do better than
The Gen'1 White is the regular
lioat for Henderson.
The "lead horse" (!rey Kagle is the
regular boat for Loirsville and all points
between. She !! . the wharf at 0 o'clock
this evening. I' vtbing atboot the u big"
bird is fixed up ' 'ordir.5 t firtinter.''
The : little" Grey Ragle, on her
last trip, exhibited verv fair running abili
left this port :it o'clock on
liiifr, havinfr been prevented by
vine at her usual tlflu(6 P. M.
; ml arrived on her return at f
i an day, harinK mailo the round
P. M. OB
trips, ind i linLr all mail landings and other
stopfMsgea in 66 hours time. At that rale
she could make three trips tier week.
Octobfu 29tb. 1800.
1. has coflae, Tie.-, .lore Mingst A Co.; 5 bxa,
Ii!.-, Kc-n Prton ; 1 bv. .1. Straub Son; -ackR,
1 mat, 14 bales. S. ()rr ; I hx, P. G. O'Riley
A; Co.; 4 cases shoes. Reed A Burrow ; 1 bid, 1 bx,
H antlin v Stephens; 2 bxs, I chest, 3 bals, 1 ta
ble, L. W. Ban .' bxs candv, P. Bovle ; 432 bdls
trees, Alex. White, l' V2 tmsh corn. Win. Stoagh
tnn ; 130 scks coi n, Crane A Brown ; 40 bbta whis
kr A His A Howes ; : bbta, Sscka, E. Miller, Loeis-vil'-.K..:
10 bdls raf:, Schmidt A Stark; 75 bids
1 n. . W. M. Alkmaa A Co.; .10 bbls whisky. Be
iii.nl .V Viele . Uhairi.lils, doz brooms; Sorenson
I Co.; 1 corn sli. ller, 7.. II. Cook ; 90 bbls flour, I.
V. Ci in" 11 bales hops, O. P. Bej aires ; 2 bvs, Healy
Warn-n ; 1 bx Geo. Faster A Co.; 2H0 bush wheat,
Slanzhter A Daakergon ; 1 bid, Mr. Honkins.
A. T. SHRADER, Agmt.
RkPCBUCAua of Indiana and Illinois,
look out fob Pipk-Layers! The Douglas
iles have, it i.s rnmored, commenced run
ninir voters out of the State, into Indiana
and Illinois, with a view ot carrying those
States for Dougta. They have given up
all hopes of carrying Ohio, and are using
nil their money to Hood Indiana and Illinois
with fraudulent voters. The desperation to
which the supporters of Douglas are driven
kno'vs no bounds, and all possible means to
defeat the Republicans of Indiana and Illi
nois will he used. Republicans of the Hoo
sier and Sucker States! guard well your
ballot boxes. Prevent all this fraudulent
v. .tin"- and vour States are safe for Lincoln
fill nsi 1 1
by large majorities. Ohio
BUM Gascon auk. The Balti-
The roaring of
t of the N'evr York World
the Southern Recession
ians iu the Index have
papers ami poll 11
reached us. and are received with ridicule
and contempt. Kvervbodv herealiout knows
it is all a political trick, to try and frighten
off voters from Lincoln in the North. There
is no more serious idea of secession, even
in South Carolina, than there is of their at
tempting lolly without wings. As Vaocey
has let down in the North, such is the real
-tivte of feeling, even among the politicians.
As to the people, thev oav no attention to
bnneombe stuff. They are too use
A XOTUBH WPOB'
particularly well i
bv ex-Senator Bri
ant AccKSStOX. We are
.leased with the cheerful
in the position just taken
4s. ol ltensselear county.
He baa been , from the lirst, a straight-forward
American Conservative. No man in
Rsnsselaer county ha a more thorough rep
resentative charactt . and very few have
greater personal influence. His repudiation
of fusion, and big public enrollment in the
ranks of the Republican p:irly, are indica
tive ol a revolution which doubtless reaches
mueb further than many dream of, ani
which only will be in ade manifest when the
ballots are counted. BuffaU Com. AJ
in wretched hp
ing away undc
press ton. He
did Inst spring
Ilicirkinridge is s.iid to be
1th. He is pining and wast-
i lie effects of a singular de
sams ten years older than he
in. C. I. Dunham, whose injuries
oticed, i s in a fair way to recover
None ol his lames were broken
bv the accident he met with.
we have n
COPELAND & NEXSEN,
OFFICE: SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 1 FIRST STREET,
J RMJ ,VC W M RM! f3 RMi TO TJKJB
WML Riiks and ihbuo Policies iu several of the old
est and luust reliable Insurance Companies of the
United States. STORES, STOCKS, DWELLINGS,
MILLS AND MANUFACTORIES, insured ai the
most favorable rates. MARINE AN 1 INLAND
NAVIGATION Risks taken on Y I AT-ISO ATS,
BARGES. STEAMBOATS aud their CABOOKS.
Also, applications received for LI'E IrtSU
Combined Capital Represent
ed, over $5,000,000.
GUARD AGAINST FIRE
Oil INSURANCE CO.
Incorporated 1819 Charter Perpetual.
CASH CAPITAL $1,500,000,
ARSOLUTE AND UNI si PAUSED.
Net Surplus of $942,181.72,
And the prestige of 40 yearn so.
I PW A RDS OF S14.UOO.
Of loJrH VlBVr bv-'U j.aiil bj tlM
The YHln of relit.-.1 f iibim IK will ! HjpH.retit
from tlio following
LOSSES PAID S V THE IE T NT A
DfKlVU TIE PAST FtVF. VF.ARS:
In Wisconsin, IOB.MSJ0I
In Kentu.kv, 0n4.'irl.4O
Inwi Minn. ini.:!!fl.4fi
Penn'a .V Vs.. 31 ,596. St
In Michigan, tl.W ntt.SI
In Indiana,... 14,'W!.81
Tn Illinois.... MS.S27.41
Tennessee !i7. r-l'.i. J I
Kansas A Neb li.'.'l". 77
Ark. i fla.... SS3.M.1.0
MisHisnippi and Alabama,. ..?5-,412.1-
Fire and inland Navigation
Hisk3acceiit.dat terms consistent with solvency
and fair profit.
Especial attention oicentn instirance of DWELL! t:s
and Content, for tennt of 1 to 5 Mars.
The solid service Ion? and succosflfhlly tried, and
the iuany advantages the AStna Insurance CV. mi any
po-i mm in its line, should not be oweriaolrael !
those ready to insure and understanding their best
Duriiif- "strinaetit times" the necessity for re
Habte Insurance becomes an "imperativi' duty the
ability of property owners to sustain l.ws ladn
then much lessened.
Agencies in all the principal cities and towns
throughout the Stab- Polities ismed witliout de
lay, by any of tic duly aothoi i.ed Ageats of the
:to, attoaited I" with despab.'Ti and
rOPKLVNH A NKXKV, Agents,
my'i Savings Hunk sMMintr, Wrst K.
BY STATE AUTHOR!'! V.
INCREASE OF CASH CAPITAL
f&R !pr"rr. '
1 imIILl 4 mTXiVa
" 1 iwai.ii 1
t. tflsC Jll ;i aa I
IK i- Mian
Cash Assels -
II. KcttHM, Secret
S. L LOOM IS, rn:it.
It I! I.
CIN N ATI, r.
. tar.li. nls iu nil ih" principal 'iti and Ti was
j of the lnioii..Hif
COSSKS PEOMPTLt PAID'
snrApplicatioiis received, .i Holes issned and re
newed, and all basioess satrtaining to I fie a.-en.-y
promptly at leaded to.
COPETLA SU ,1 N..XS1:n, Agiyits.
?-OHire. on First St.. bet. Main aud Xyc, in
Saaiasts Rank Bvfldlng.
ARE YOU INSURED?
DELAYS ARS: DANGEROUS!
MERCHANTS' INSURANCE CO.
HA li TFOllit, OA v.-
Cash Capital, $200,000
Ouy Tt Murfr.
Klijab II 0
Il.in. i It Liu. 'toi il.
llicl, aid D. Hnl. bud.
31. M. Meniluiiii.
W L. CottilM,
W. II. I Call, n. lei
Wr"Appl nations recelv
sewed, and all business
I. Pole ies laswei
i tainiug to tlie .
tI.ossi-s eipiit bit sdjUS
at tats agency.
am;! COPKLANI) A
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
Of SEW YORK CITY.
( ash Capitals , v : N
Kuril lit!' ibeawnred tua poi t
SI .'. (
uu of Us Pro fits,
OF WHICH 75 PER CENT
Is set aside annually tor that j.,,, providing
.' A r E T Y
In Psyoarlv Sccu mutations, win- 1.
sload of being divided to stoekbolde
C H f I ' .V E s S
In dividends to boldereui pai .. i(
ocan ABATBMKNT in WaPue I
the stun. I. ii d i ales ot f
inav prefer son-partlcip
JUSKPH WALK Kit, 1'
THUS. W. BIIUMLALI.
K L. Hun.
T His c c
fpswis ssnslaat lass and .1
hsftSi Hoaseh.dd Puruitu
aad tlo-fr BOMtaMs
Poll.- i.'siisd by
II. T. DEXTER, Master.
The IliiWEN ir.tlie tegular Evalisvltki aud Cairo
Swift, Liht-Draiilil, U. S. Mail, IVaseageT and
V Arrives at Evansville saery Tuesday and
Ki iday in .ruin r, Wskiwsjj . !oee connect i.u with the
E.AC. RAILROAD Foil LOUISVILLE, CIN
CINNATI, AND THE EAST.
15 rj" Leaves EvuoviHe every Tuesday ami Sat
urday at 1' o'clock m. , connecting with
ClilBERLAND 4 TENNESSEE RIVER
P i. kefs at Sinithland, and at I Ssiro wiih the
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B Af LROA f,
And with Pickets for
ST. 1AIUTS, MEMPHIS, AND NEW ORLEANS.
t?y- The C. Boivfn (roes to Cairo every Tnesday,
and the Cii.vri.ky Bowen goes to Cairo every Sat
Evansville&Padaeah Daily ParketB
I.eavtiRvansvIllt llaily at Uo'flaeh
Leave Paducah Dally at 9 A. ill.
The LH'XBAR and GEN. ANDEltSON make
close conoecttons ai Paducah w ith packets for
NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS, & NEW
And l Kvausville w ith iai:kets lor
LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI
Rallroada, for the Raul,
BS'Tlo- Dunl ar go. s to Cairo every Fiiday,
and the Gen. Ainleraon i;oes to Cairo evi-ry Satur
lav. JOIIN B. II ALL, Aureiit,
seOt'Jti No. li Water street.
n k a 1: jj tt t-:
aTfib Ville mil Bowling Green Packet. ; Ifetir,.
Thi Ughl .trail i: S. Mail Steam-r:.Vn
A. LIT Kit, gap lain, JOHN TKWIS.Cl'k,
Leaves Evansville evavy Monday an-1 Thursday, at
'clock, p M , leaves rtewlin Oien every
Ineaflay and Satarday, at 8 a. si. aoglo
I'm kut, (Da i. Ii. M. WHITE,
Lani Asrr.n, master, mnsnsa
rccalar Proight and Passenger Packet
daily (Sandays excejited) belaeeH this iOint and
k cmjmm to nTjr. tHjJvan
Vw ft tinie. Tie Louisville and
Ib-n-n rcon Light-Draught, Swift, Sid.
Wheel B. S. M.aud PassetiKer Packet, 1
Capt. A. OONNALLV. .1. A. Lnn
Leaves Evannviili lor Louisville ev
at 1-o'clock st.. and everj Tkataffay
at f. O'clock
p. m . , arriving ai Louisville Tut sdav
Returning, leaves L...ii?-ville every
.mil S.itir. .lay eveiiiui: at Ii o'clock.
JM. H. HA I
No. 'A Wal.'
EVANSVILLK AND LOUISVILLE
3c x C5 y 3EJ agio.
W. H. DANIELS, Capt.
S. P. HAM.IDA.V, ( leik.
m kji'mcs k vjjsb ni. . je x mtjbm r
JLj4 Tn day e.nd Saturday at Ii o'clock p. w.
I!. ! in Ing. leavos Louisville every Monday and
Fri.l.iv at 4 o'clock P. n.
sS-Through Hill-of Lasting will be ivcu for
Tobacco or other freight to Baltimore or Kew fork
at as low rates 1 not lowei than by any other route.
Pii.jsn;;ei s r freight tak.-n at puckotboat rales
for any point on Ilo- Ohio River or on Oreea River.
fi5 The aaasfinsiii aicoraiiiodations ol the (irey
Eagle an' i.m-'v j : by any boat upon
I lie Wost-
Apply on board or to
JOHN n. MALL,
No. 2 Water street.
u,on so i tu ( j,T.v
w. man ai v an. 1 ur tin-gifm . -r. .
passenger etamei LUC EAVES, I lJJ.-A5
bIcDonalii, Master, lAVi.oK, clerk, .iraii-t-Ksd.-will
make regular trl-weekly trips to South Car
rotton and Poad River, leaving on Mondays,
vVadnesxiaya and Fridays.
War flight or passa:e, apply 0 11 board. de20tf
FORWARD'G & COMMISSION.
t. . I n.M'. WM. BKOV.N.
CRANE & BROWN,
Forwarding & Commission
O'.'J' agents fee Kacawha Salt Company.
fl.iT" Liberal Caab advances atade on btatpmepta of
The iindcrMgneil, or tbe late firms of I. A. Crane
A Co.. ;iud Drown A Ai'mian, bace. Ibis day asso
ciated themselves together under the name of
Crane V Hrown, for the purpose ol transacting a
GJenera! Forwarding aad Commission basttssss, as
Carrisst on by tlir late firms
Fi'oui our long experience and increased IswsUisias,
together with our Demoaa and sti i. I attention to
tin iutereata ('f oar ( 'lrrespondents, ve hazard
nothing in guars ateeing perfeet satisfaction. Wo
beg leave to express uur raiituJ.i t. thoss wbo
have heretofore1 confided thole interosts to our
keepings, sod trust t be able to serve tin m iu fa
turi pledg'ogiaif bsss.efiert to I be advssaceiaeal
ol n. iut. ie-.ts. ISAAC A. CHAN K,
. , U lyd WILLIAM BBOWM.
't.f.MN FX rKE 88 ro.ff f.f.VI'.-
NKW A KRANCrKM FNT.
Ahahis Uxear-a CsatFANS respectfully an-
ro rtietr friends and patrons, the public of
die -iinl vicinity, that, w-itii iBCteaaed racilf.
h M tbe iransNrtatii.ii of
It H I i U i , ! A C K A U E $ -.
M O 8 E Y A A U VALVAR I. E
rhe( Solicit a continuance oflortaav lavois. Ks-
pecial 'ere taken iu llu collection of Kills, Drafts,
Not'S, and th' tfaiissiM saMoB ol' entail and valuable
All pet Sols SfiSJSUUg to avail thesasetvea of the fa
cilities of the Kxpr.'as, cau obtain .my dmired Infor
mation iu reference to the routes aud dotaiis of the
ssstiness, st thwii Offtjos oil Kirst street, bstarstis
sfaiu and Locust, opposite the Post Otttoe.
le ci. 11. tl&B. Aent.
Old i:(ai;lishil Wharf Boat
f. a. o'RiXsEir &l Co.
& . ria tVJtf, AVOU tm -fV.
i i M M I SSK iN M K RCflA NTS.
0..ut'i:.l K.iilro.-f .StiMiuIi'iat, uiitl ICxpif-e .en -Spot
ial A8mUi for th
PBNN. CENTRAL RAILROAD;
iud t .'iiri-tica, ovvr uhjrb we are '1. .' ;o
g!v- tln t'iili recipl itt t ti luweit pcsiblo ratop
Uavinp iiutiiii i"th W iiarttHjot ut the landing
til- IkvrgMl on tha Olii Uiver, cup.11h f storing
aul iro;'0ting h 11 ium v.i.nli. liabl t dHtiiao
from xi'u9urt, me prt-pur.-.i to t:icilitalf the ti is-i.tit-!i
of all t-iiii;!iTHfMii'. ri wiurded t iur caio
RIVER, RAILROAD OR CANAL.
Particular attention, paid to Ueieivinr, Storing
and Forwarding, also, to the
Sale of any Produce,
or other int-jTi.T . ooiiio ti to .s frtsalt-,uuJtati(-
fartit :i frii:trrTit(-efl.
Office aud cxtenMva W.i eiifiia uu Water etrtel,
adjoining tbe Teieraidi, and ru the W'fiarf boat,
wlu re we are t" l found, attending te tii. iat9resti
of our Matrons at til houni thiy and uiht.
Wiih "tir si.jfti idi' laoilitio; i 'ii - . ; t. , uu
tiling energy; and kiHw1edg oC onr id.s.H-, wa
fetd t"iitidiit oi -ciwn-: meral atiishi ilicm. and
hiie t merit i ouutiutsanca -i the etoiisi-1atroije
a;.' we are uuw enjeg iiiK-
Ijibentl f-H.-ti asivaooee w ilt he niHtle u al!eouhign
inntf to either oiusttaM r cori eHVHiudeiiiH in any
tf the i-! iin ii:t) oi-iketri, North, Kaal. tr S'lith.
P. C. O'RILEY Sl CO.
B S)' ll'.MTs -t
WW Cotton Plush Vits t.
ici ntj leajsad low
pril SI ;
..r.n IJ1! . ,iitinet hIcoiik and dniaKlft ;
autl Pasaty Jaimars " wceat variety '1 paltorfM
-.'on it Ik Satin " all otsafttsss ;
M0 Eaiicv St Ik i.nd Silk Plsjsa Tests, i-lrantpat
tar as. WM . K VHY.Sif X Co.,
sppt26 N- 20 Main troot.
RETAIL PRICES CURRENT.
Oerrtctei li tet hy
COOK A LADGLST,
Dealers iu all kinds of Fancy and ,lc Family
Groceries, at the Eureka Basaar M t 7, Main st.
N. ii. Sugar
Crushed do, A
Large Loaf, extra.
Wheat Karina... .
....13 An h
....13 Onions 1.00
1 3 , Puuipkius, each oigl.
l-J-ijEggs, per do 15
. ..lo'C'rauherries, 33 gallon, 50
....! Raisins, extra, lb 20
....'20 ! Cooking 15
... 2-'Currants 10124 1
2S Dried Cherries 12 !
7OanasBB Prunes 12 !
French Prunes, in bxs.'Jo
.1-' i Molasses, reboiled 50
... mi sugar house Go
i-1 . Smart's Svrup 70
.12 I "do extra.... 80
lS St. Lcmls Svrup 90
Kluilr, W I Ite Wheat
Stuart's Excelsior... .LCD
i-o; Vinegar, cider, l gal. ..20
8 F. ia. 1:
Do. s.i. c i V.i In. ...I.. '.5 do While Wine. ..40
Col li Meal per bush 70 j Boiled cider 40
Bran, per inn lbs 75Lard oil, Cii.., Tgal 1 10
Corn, per bosli 4' burning fluid, pr gal. 75
Oats, ilo 4j Alcohol, per gal 7fi
Lard, prime Leaf ls'Brooms I:0i3o
" Stearine lt.Tea, Imperial 5Ul'.U0
Tallow, per IJ io " Gnupowder..75l.50
Butter, choice table. " Young HvBOn.oofai?!
. . r , .. ri .. l. -. ,
" good Roll....
Hams, sujrar cured
Pork, pickled ...
W. K. Cheese
1 i Eng. Dairy "
.15Vt Butter Crackers.. ..
LVef Tongues, each . .fin S wap "
Mackerel, extra mess, trickles, pt. bottles......25
eactl 17M . at 3o
" New No. 2.. 8Z " ).i gal 50 1
Large No. 3 10, " gal 75
UlIl do 3V.
iu vinegar, by
Salmon. evIt'A. nnr lh HI
Herring. Roe, each ?.
White Kisb, per lb
Irish Potatoes, bll...7o 1
Sweet potatoes 0,0! IT,.
Tnr. City Maurets. Tb
produce open from 4 to 8 i
the two City Markets belai
as follows :
re isa daily market for
clock of each morning,
opoa on alternate days
The Upper Slarki-t -Joha RoI.Ihm
ter is ojien on Tuesday, Thursd-iv,
niornings. at lh time sped Asia.
I, market mas
The Center or LamasCn Market Frantl Schnei
der, market master is open on Mouday, Wednes
day, anil l'ridav ntoralnga, at the hours mentioned.
There is also an after nocsa market opeu at the
(.'enter Marki t boose frol t to 1: o . I n k p m. on
nv York Market.
n little niort
,(W. -29, p. v. Floor exhibited
activity, but priced are gener-
ally without striking change, and holders
are generally disposed to realizs ; sale3 ot
'.1KI00 bushels at fi 255 30 for super;
5 40(7? 5 bS for extra state ; 5 705 75 for
shipping brands extra round hoop Ohio ;
market closing dull. Rye Hour quiet but
steady, with small sales at .'! .r04 35 for
common to choice super. Whisky dull with
trifling safes ;t 22(23c. Wheat opened
steady, but under more favorable advices
by the Asia, and telegraphic accounts by
tbe Fulton, the market closed 3c higher
with a pretty good demand for export ; sales
of 2'.KJ00 bushels of winter red western at
1 34: 2C50O bushels of white
Michigan :it 1 ll(r! 57; 47000 bushels of
Milwaukee club at 1 231 25 : 37000 bush
of amber Wisconsin at I 251 26; 1500
bushels of white Kentucky at 1 30 ; 39000
bushels of Chicago spring at 1 171 22 ;
42000 bushels of Racine spring at 1 HI ;
1600 bushels of red slate at 1 291 30.
Rye quiet at 7880e. Barley more active
at easier prices ; sales of 5700 bushels
at 7479. Corn heavy aud lower ; sales
of 65000 bushels of mixed western at 68(ii
C9o afloat ; closing at the inside price. Oats
in moderate request at unchanged prices ;
sales at 38.39J. l'ork lirm with a moder
ate demand ; sales of 1400 bbls at 19 0C
19 12 for mess; 14 50 jfor prime. Beet
quiet and steady ; sides of 300 bbls at 3 75
(ii), I 25 for country prime : 5 005 25 for
country mess ; 0 00(i;.9 50 for repacked
mess; 10 s(((?12 50 fur extra mess. Cut
meats very scarce and lirm at 8A,S for
shoulders, and 1 1 J(J1 1 ij for hams. Lard
dull and heavy ; sales of 100 bblH at 12jKi
12$. Bacon quiet at 910 for long clear;
9f.7 '.h for long ribbed ; 9$9 for short
ribbed ; loci'lo1, for short clear; 9(3rtJ for
Caliber land. Cheese steady at 9Jllc.
Coffee steady with a moderate demand ;
Bales of 2O0 baps ol Uio at 1314J.
Sugar steady with a moderate business
doing ; sales of 4 15 hhds of Cuba at C Jtjci
75 ; 275 boxes ol Havana at li(til7. Mo-
I lasses quiet and unchanged. Stock market
I decidedly active and much better, and in
some instances l(i72 per cent, higher
CfttM'inikat 1 Hiii ki i.
Ci n ci s ati, Oct. '-Ot.h, p. m. Flour un
rlj.injfetr nnd dnll: sales unimortant.
Wheat in fair demand at. 1 0C1 14 for
choice red nnd while. Corn unchanged and
steady nt 33c lor new and 43c for old. Oats
firm, sales iriOOlmsli nt .'iOc. Barley steady
and in fair demand at 85g 90c for fall. Rye
firm at (Mi-. Vfhiskj in pood demand at a
decline of (, with sales of 1200 bbls at 16c.
Provisions quiet and in moderate demand ;
mess pork IS 00; Bacon sides 8$c; but
both are held higher. Sales of new Lard
to be delivered within the cominir two weeks
at 10$. 00 bl.ls Linseed oil sold at 57c.
Groceries steady ; sales oOO bags coffee at
lf15$. CO hhJs Sustar at Hfa,9. 140
bbls molasses at 41(aV43c. (iood demand
for money hi 10(.?1J. Kxehange firm at J
New Obleahb, Oct. 29th. -Yancey is ad
dressing a monster meeting in Canal street
Two Union Representatives were elected
Sutrar is dull at 7(8J. Molasses 41
i::. Whisky 21.
Wool. Maiiket. -The
the Joth says :
The market confirm
inactive and prices
without any quotawe change, buyers coni
ing torwiteil slowly and tiurchasing in a
small way only ; about 150,000 lbs have
leen disposed of. mostly at from 45 to 55c
for medians Ui tine fleece, the latter for full
blood, including some (..reigns on terms e
did not learn ; fine fleece is held with rather
mora firmness ; pulled is dull.
Alay Benjamiii I). Pearce, of Monmouth
1 county, New Jersey, a leading Fillmore man
in 1856, has published an address to bis as
i sociates in that campaign, urging ihetu to
I vole feu Mr. Lincoln, on the ground that by
I voting for Mr. Hell, they will only succeed,
j if Lincoln is defeated, in throwing the elec
tion into Congress, where Bell aud Everett
i will have no chance, but Hreckintidge or
I.ane will he chosen. He considers Mr.
Lincoln as gund n State rights and taritf
man as Mr. Hell. The real issue, as between
the several candidates, is now coming fo be
universally tutder-'tno.l. and wise men will
so act as to five practical effect to their
votes. Cin. Gtiz.
Nkw Jkkskv.- - The prospects in e good for
a clean sweep of the five New Jersey Con
gressional Districts by the Republicans,
looking a gain of IfVu in tbat Slate. Oue
of the most closeiy contested districts' is
(hai repsresented by Speaker Pennington.
The Newark Mercury, however, regards his
re-election as beyond any hazard. The tu
sion machinery work? badly in New Jersey
as elswhcrc. Cin. Gnz.
?itt or Evambvihi:, Oct. 20, 18G0.
mmatMcx mb hereby ui vejy
W W that I, Christian Hedderich, Collector of the
City of Evansville, between the hours ol U aud 12
o'clock A. it., and 2 and 6 o'clock r. u., on tho 22d ef
November, 1860, will sell at public auction, at tho
door of the Court House in the City of Evausville,
Indiana, the following lots, parts of lots, and par
cels of real estate and improvements, assessed for
the payment of City taxes for the year 1SG0, due
from tha owners thereof to tho City of Evansvillo,
the same being aow doe aud unpaid, and tor the
costs of said sale, and that such sale w ill be con
tinued from day to day at the aforesaid hours and
place until all the lots aud parcels of real estate
herein mentioned are sold as oflered for sale :
Carpenter, Alvin B, 37 3 ft on Water street by
150 ft ueep, being the South-eas-:
half of lot No. 19 $ol.S7
3e ft on First street by 150 feet
dsep, being S. E. Side of lot be 39.10
South-west half of lot SK f 4.87
75 tt on First street by U9 ft on Vine
street, being corner or front pail
of lot No. 2a Sl'.13
Carpenter, Alvin B, the undivided halfof 3li7
ft of wharf property below Divis
ion stret '. f 08
Carpenter, Alvin B, lot No. 7 in block No. U7 C.61
do 6 do Ii 2.30
Hayhnrst, A?.ariah, lot No. 19 in block No. 44 1.38
Mcrritt, John J. lot No. 2 In block No 19 57
do 3 do 19 58
do 4 do 19 1.15
do 5 do 19 1.15
Merritt, John i.
South-east halfof lot
No. 22 in block 4
lot 3 Canal Basin 45 ft
Carpeuter, Alvin B
H.lot No 10 in hlock
do 10 do
do 12 d.
do IS do
da It do
do 16 do
ilu 10 do
do 4 do
do o dci
do 10 do
do C do
do 7 do
do 12 do
do H do
do It do
do 1.1 do
do Id do
the North half ol
do 8 do
do 11 do
do 2 do
do 11 do
do I do
do 3 do
tha North half i
do 4 do
do 14 do
do 10 di
do I do
do 10 do
do l'J do
do 13 do
do 13 do
do M do
do 13 do
da M do
do 7 do
do SSI do
do Jl do
do 25 do
do '.i'l do
do II do
do ti do
do 7 do
do S d.
do H do
do I" do
do 10 do
do 11 do
do 1 do
do 13 do
do 14 do
the whole of do
Law, loin. , lot No.
Carneuler, Alvin B.
EN LA KGEMKNT.
lot No. 25 In black 9 2 25
do 10 do a 2 25
do 11 do 3 2.63
do lii d. 13 JU5
do 17 do 13 2 25
do 18 do 13 2.1,2
do 19 do 13 3.00
do 26 do 13 2.63
do 7 do 13 2.62
do -m do 13 2.63
do 31 do li :.75
do 32 do 13 3.im
do II do 2n 94
STOCK WELL S
Oarpciitcr, Alvin B.
lot No. 3 in block No 1
do 3 do 3.00
4 do 2 3.00
do 5 do 2 3.00
do 6 do 2 3.00
do 8 do 2 3.1X1
do 9 do 2 3.00
do ID do 2 3.0
do 11 do 2 3.06
do 12 do 'J 3.1!)
do 13 do o ;( 19
lo V. do 2 3.75
do lrt do a a 7f,
do 17 da 2 4.50
do 1 do ( 3.00
do 31 do 9 1.69
fractional do 3 do la 7.50
Mei tltt, J.
Crane, 1 . .
tin J , the undivided half of lot No.
17 in block No. 8 .
the undivided one-tenth pan
or lot No. 16 iu hlock No. I
tbw undifc ided half o! lot No
18 io block No. 8 2.06
lot No. I iu bloi k No. li 1.09
do 2 do II 1.G9
do 3 do 11 1.(9
do 4 do 11 1.(8
do 5 do 11 1 r,9
do 6 do I joy
do 7 do .1 leg
do 8 do 11 l.e)
do 9 do li i.oii
do 10 do 11 j en
do II do n l ea
do It do 11 1.i;k
do 13 do H 109
do 14 do 11 .... 1.C9
do 15 do ... 69
lo Iw do n usj
do 17 do n I.GB
do It do 1 i 09
do 1 do 11.. .. i ( 9
d 39 do II i.os
do 21 do U l.oa
do 22 dn II 1.69
do S3 do 11 1.09
do 21 do 11 1.68
do 25 do II l.oti
do 26 do 11 1.09
do 27 do II 1.69
do 28 do II i.ca
dO 29 il- 11 1.6!!
do & do 11 1 6'J
do H do 11 1.08
do I do 4 1.13
do 2 do 4 1.12
do 8 do 4 1.13
do 4 do 4 1.12
do 5 oo 4 1.13
do 6 do 4 1.12
do 7 do 4 1.50
do 12 do 4 1.50
do 1 do 4 1.61
do 14 do 4 1.61
do do 5 1.50
do 6 d.. 5 i SO
do 7 do 5 1.69
do 8 do 5 1.08
du 9 do 5 1.87 I
do ft do 6 2 63
do 8 do 6 2 62 I
lh- north-Rest one-tenth airt of
lut No. 7 Iu block No. e.
Cmi nehli r, A. U , lot Nr.. 1 ia block No. 3..
do 2 do 3 3.0
do 3 do 3 3.00
do 4 do 3 3.00 j
do f io 3 8.00 1
do 6 do 3 3.00 j
do 7 do 3 3.00
do fe do 3 3 OH '
do 3 do 4 3.00 j
do 4 do 4 3.00 I
Men itt, lohn .1
the whole of block No. 1, 172.50
U I HUH VBJ"
1 W that I,
Christian Hedderich, Collector ot
tha City of Evansville, between the hours ot 0 and
12 o'clock A. M., and 2 and 5 o'clock P. St., on the 1
lr.th of Kovemher. 1860. w ill sell at public auctiou
at the door of the Court House in the City of Ev
ansvillo, Indiana, the following lots, parts of lots,
and parcels of real estate and improvements, as
sessed for the payment of City taxes for the year
1860, due from the owners thereof to the City of
Evansville, the 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 until all the lots and parcels of
real estate herein mentioned are sold as offered for
Howes, Lewis, lot 25, original plan J57 50
Chaadler, John J., 15th subdivision of out
lot No. 4 2 SO
Fsirchild, E. H., lot 10 27 GO
Tinker, Wm., undivided half of 397 feet of
WLart oronertv. below Division street
between Elm and Leet street CO 00
Howes, Lewis, undivided two-thirds of 270
teet of Wharf property, above Let
street B9 00
Uowen, Lewis, lot No. 1 - ... f.8 82
Fellowei, Win., lot No. 149 T7
Baker A Garvin, lot , Block Id. East'n En'l 2 SO
to R. 2 3)
u VO 1 "3
H 20 " 1 73
" 21 " 2 S3
7 22 " 2 88
a 42 " 1 72
h r. "44 " 1 38 I
8-44 1 38
" H 44 " 1 38
IS "44 1 38
18 " 44 1 38
.i .. ao " 1 38
. 21 ' 44 " 1 33
" 23 " 4 " 1 3s
ti 45 " 1 38
. . u M 4". " 1 38
" IT 45 " t 27
19 ' 4.". " 1 26
.. oo 4-, 1 37
" 8 " 46 " 1 38
PostMsr. W. J., " 3 " 3K 7 48
Karly, Robert, " 6 " M " 4 02
" S 36 " 19 55
" m 4o " 6 3:1
19 " 49 3 10
" 150 f-t ou Sixth str.-t by liO
teet Oil I.oi iist street, of K. aiiflN Home
stead GvrviD, Thomas E.. lot 5 Block 41
undivided ol' Block 18
Hayhurst, Acariab.lot 19 Block 49
Mentzer. Michael... ' 9 " 40
Mesker, Henry "11 36
Keff, Peter N " 4 " 45
Bimoth, Albert, the north half of lot ! Bloi k
Emricb, Wm., lot 4 Block 3
north u of lot 5 Block
Garvin, Taoa. K., lot 18 Block 4
Garvin, Thes. K., lot 19 Block 135
" 2a " 138
" " 14 " 136
" 15 " 136
' 2 " 175
' 4 " 173
Gifl'ord, Thomas, 128 feet by 380 feet of north
Mil of Block No. 105
i I 88
2 4 4
2 I Hi
Msiar, W .1, lot 24, lilo. k 10, fourth enlargo
ment 5 81
rITOOK WELL'S ENLARGEMENT.
Green, Jolio W, lot I, Block 13, stock well's Kul 1 60
2 " 13 do 3 66
Stock well, . I M,(hotre) lot 31, Block 17, do 1 66
' 32 " 17 do 1 65
Iio.ldi , l ewis U, lot 1, Block 4,C'urpsotei's place 4 13
lot I Block 57 l.smitu .
" 2 " 37 "
" 3 " 57 "
" 4 " 57 "
' 5 " 57 "
" a ( 37 "
7 ' 57
" 8 " 57
9 u 67
" 10 57
1 ' 74
" 14 " 47
lot 9 Block P)S Lamar.
" IO 66
"11 " 58
" 12 " 58
" IS ' 58
" 14 " 58
" 16 oS
" 1 " 85 "
2 " 85 "
" 3 " 85 '
-.. ! (;
2 " hi;
" 3 " 80 '
" 9 " 86 "
IO ' 86 "
22 " lis) "
83 " in) "
24 ' HHI "
H ' UU
14 " US) "
' 15 " inl "
ft " 102 "
h H h sa ..
.. Ve .. KM "
H 13 iu "
" 8 " 104 "
111 " 104 "
" 14 ' Ml
" 15 104
16 " 104
17 UU "
31 " lot "
" ti " lot
" 81 " 105
" 22 " 105
" 23 ' IW
" 24 ' IW "
' 25 " 105
" 26 105
' 27 H "
" 28 106
12 " 108 "
13 108 "
3 " 109
all of 163
"2 "4 do j 7i
II, lot 10, Block 1, Battell pUce 7 61
" 11 1 do 7 60
' 12 " 1 do 7 69
" 18 "1 do 7 68
" 14 "1 do 7 69
" 16 "1 do 7 68
" 16 " 1 do 9 IV
" 17 " 1 do 11 26
" 18 ' 1 do 7 87
" 19 "1 do 7 tt
" 20 "1 do 7 68
" 21 " 1 do 7 bft
22 "I do 7 08
" r3 "I do is
" 24 " 1 do 7 88
( HRISTIAN HKliDKRI. li,
glOHfOStJtTtO.y .ytJTlt K
IV Order for IMaiikSi.lo-Malk. Council rWaatfr r.
Oct.22d, 1860. And now it is harshy aedatsd sad
bwctod, by tho Common Council of tin City ol
Evansville, that the owners of all Lots or parts
of Lots fronting- on or adjoiniuc: Ike wast sida
of Second avenue, from seventh strest to franklin
street, iu said City, cause the side-walks thsreou U
! Iiioulit to the proer grade, aud thai !hef
casasi a sije-nalk of lass No. 2 to be laid dimi,
t'tereou, witbiu tliirly days Iroin tbe puklicalura
ol this order. P. BLKKE, Clerk.
Citr Clerk's Offlce, Oct. 23, 1860.
-f t f f o tt jt r i o .v .v o t m f n .
Ws Order for Brick Hids-Walk. Couocil Cliarober.
Oct. 22.1, 180(i. And now it is hereby ordered and
directed, by the ComraoD Couucil of the City ot
Evausiille. that tho owucrs of all lots or parts of
lots froi ling on or adjoining the north -west side
ol Walnut street, from 8ixtb to Seventh streets, io
said city, cause the side-walks thereon to be
broiurut to the proper grade, and that they cans
a si.!,i-walk of Class No. 1 to be laid down there
on within thirty days from the publication of this
oruer. p. BURKE, (Tk.
City Clerk's OSice, Oct. 23, 1860.
g 1 m mm 6 it jt rs J-'m t icrt
W-y Order for Plank Side-walk. Oct. 22, i860.
And now it is hereby ordered aud directed by tbe
Common Conncil of the City of Evansville, that the
owners of all lots mod parts of lots fronting on or
adjoining lbs west side of Second avenue, from
f'rankliu street to Sixth street, to said city, eaase
the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper
icraue, uno inai nj.'y cense asiae-waia of elan No
2 to be laid down thcreou witbiu thirty days from
tits publication of this orJer
P. BURKE, Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, Oct. 23, i860.
g i o u v o h .t r i tt .v jvmricM.
Order for Plank Side-Walk. (Vinncil Chamber.
Oct. 22, 1860. And now it is hereby ordered aad
directed, by the Common Council of the City of !
Evuusville, that the owners ut all Lots or parts
of Lots IroutiuK on or adjoining the weet side
Of Second avenue, from Sixth street ta Canal
Street , in said City, cause the side-walks
theraon lo be brought to the proiier grade, and
tSiat they causa a side-walk of Class No. 2 to be '
laid down thereon, within thirty days from tho pah- :
licatioti of thi order.
P BURKE, '.Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Oct. 23, I860.
TE V Ml H W PJMTP v
-SL" and W .11
WBW YORK STORE.
M asking the patrol. ..
OVIl HOOiiS .f.VP
of this coiuratinity, we
have only to say that we come amongst you as i-er-j
maneut citisens, and proiniac that In all Arftlgl our
j word shall he madu good.
Our purchasas have been ma.le sniili i tbe most
favorablo circumstances, iu New Ycrk and othr
Kastern cities. A long reeidenro and 'ntimale
business connections with the best, niercatittli.
I houses there, gives us advantage lo buy ,
cheaper than can be dono iin !r any othsr t'ircitsi'
We hive auopttU a syHtoii) licit is soiDi'.vUat IsfSI
here, but it is tbe only oue which will euablo s
merchant to sell good at loa pi ices llincji-'i .in an
O HM" IHJ PRIC HEf,
AND Nu 'i 17.1 i'l OS:
ALL ARE TO TiR TI:RATEI AL1KK.
Our endeavor has been t buy ev. i.v l'.ii. of tha
Xj atos t Styles,
And we have uiado arranitruien's lo l..:ci our St. i I.
supplied with tho most KASIIloK A IH.K
i. it Ma aatliey uapear l?a1
nomest ic oods,
A farjje a-.s. r! no of ,1.11.1
I E U.
Flannels of't'Vt rv ('(ii.r.inil grade,
Fancy Dies.-. Goods,
l'lalli and chriii- Kinar. I 1st (I -' line
Printed M linoes, elegant styles,
RICH PLAIN VELOURS,
KARK IN STVLK AND COLOlt.
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
anUKTIIINii NKW ASH KI.Lii AM ,
Black Silks ol Every Grade.
LINEN AND WHITE GOODS,
TABLE CLOTHS AND
from tlni Lowsst to the siesst,
IRISH LINENS, BIRD EYE,
DIAPER, HOLLANDS, Ac, fcc.
Fl m b t o i 1 e i r s
A LARGK ASSiittTM MNT OF
JACONET BANDS, EDGINGS,
ISxKRTlSCii A SI) C0LLAUH A T
Something very fine ii
COLLARS AND SLEEVES
I N B B T T a ,
FROM 75 CENTS TO S!5.00.
LADIES' CHILDREN SHOES,
A large rice k, and .
to our ord
vtuy paii niade
r, ol the
A M W A It It ," 1' i . :
These ftoovls we oin-i' lor Qsaji at v.-ry losr pi ices,
Intending to make our house in thai rsspoct,
NEW YORK STORE.
GILES & McPHEETERS,
No. .', rtiM street,
Foster's.New ijnnifhgi, Keif the Tjll Otlii i.
Closing Out at Cost.
WW rt."-k of Goods at
st, with tt vit-o ol utak-
ing a change in business.
Kvansvi lie. Sept 2tl,
JAS. OAK !.&' A SON.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
W . I'K RMiFi'TTtCH JJ'lr MfJ -M.
lurged my store, and have on I. and a Ml -'li'-plyof
BOOTS AND SHOWS of my (Mm tn ionlu.--turn,
all of which 1 will wairantol I he Untijuality
I have purchased wt leather fer ea-h, sud w Ml loll
on the oae priy tyln rhr cnh, lower tlmn tho Basse
quality of goods are usnally sold in thin i fry.
sopt21-3tnd 1!)0 Main-st cor. Pcventh-st.
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