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THE EVANSVILLE DAILY JOURNAL.
volume mi. EVANSVILLE, INI)., MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1860. NU3IBER 55, TERMS OF THE JOURNAL IMiM) Jy III week (payaMetoGarraarsl Iri Wwkli Paper..- A..'lv Pir Clou of l or .More .6 10 . 00 10 . 4 rS . i oa . 1 BT THK I:. A W. ll.Vl,. e. Ttw- privilege of ye-iriy advertisers Is limited miiiuiD bt JAMES H McNEKLY Editor. f. M. THAYER JNO. II McNKKLY, .-.., Psaamliii nt. UM)tl TUB riKM or 11IK - Ml; , r tl 1 klO 11 I n . A . . .a . a aa ra .1 u til advi rri.m.uU l. r the heuent ol other .innoMLIaB JUUnMAL LUDirHllI. na, aa well as leanl tlrtitnlM aad adver- iH...,...,.tH..t .u.i.i.-.d iTr.,trM win, jtttiruai Kn.iidiiifirs. i,o-m.m ;.. i, tu tut O ' In pii! for at III. MM nil Smith Carolina In tlic Field. We conclude, from a telegraphic dispatch in another place, that the South Carolinians Exclusively for the Journal are determined on precipitating the country NEWS BY TELEGRAPH, new advertisements. ..::i : i... ; .- tl.r v w a IUW H Ul II t fill liU.M IMI1I I im . , .ci ,f V ., r . . J k ' " i Collmhia, S. C. Nov. In the Senate t:ui nrtn ;t noou.. Knowing thut if ttnv COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. Cm or Evansvitk, Oct 20, IMM, ,mOTH K Itt UKKK 3 - eV 1 'JKJV w that I, Christian Lie Id. rich, Collator of the CSty of Evansville, between the hoars of 3 and HI SIMCSI- I.UCAI.S. I ... ... I.. . . -. , I at h tlfeBlM Wo ft port. rwmSiHaHi or preceatJIoja f any mi potation, KiH'iniy. mmm MM r pahltc meeting Bttif no i oliinillllii atiol, duvljLUed t call nttollHea to ... i iiinl',. i of 1 1 ii 1 1 1 . 1 ot individual intermt cava be iQeri4. null i.T us u iTrtietueBt. Stbatih or Stoli: From the under- i Contracts lor ywtrly advertising will not be n. . r, nw or 1, i mii.s an ..r.t-r to that effect hi Ml Ml aigned, aorrel Canawan Fo.NV. J lie the i.fflco.au.t erhea ilm null ml in ! hind fool U white. ,, r. the price of Ike whole yar will l charua. ate LapgaJ aatrsrt lei niite hereafter, will U pub- The pony heavjr set, ami lias a blaze Uh.i.f at the expenatt ol the attorneya ordariug, anil . , . .... . .I .t-lTrmlak i 'r UaraJ nrocaaaliBas. bat c-lhUble -Orehead, and Is shod all round. t oar .-...ii time. u. IWBM I'.r Job W laenioata ur i ASH reported a bill calling u Convention for the . 4th of December. I860, will sell at public auction second Weduesduv in January, to take into consideration the danger incident to the Lolcuhia, (-., .NOV. to-dav, the Committee on Federal Relations , postpone their rebellion until Mr. Lincoln is inaugurated and avows the course he intends pursuing as Pre itMrnt, that ii will oe impossible to incite an insurrection, me i iTniOM and to take measures against the . iw. ie from the owners thereof tc j traitor, who have thus fur he,-., permitted ; same. After a brief discussion the bill "he'JoMXh. ' lo (an tin prejudices of the people of their Stale into a Hame, unpunished- hatesei.ed ! upon the excitement naturally arising troni i t!ie Convention. In the House a debate jrk an J !..iai t adrer- K.1TKS or jutKmnaur!. to th A liberal reward will le paid person who returns the animal to nov5.-tf Scantlin A Stkphenm. at the do-. r of the Court House in the City of Iv- ansville, Indiana, the following loti, parts of lotn, und liari-els of rt-al eMtatn and ImnmrnntAtttM. s.- prcsent condition ol South Carolina in the sessiMl for the payment of City tax oh for the year to the City ol le and aniiaia, )... at,ta.a aala passed i eas i ; avs i. i ne uissenttr ditlered altout the time only. The election ' hours and place until all the lota and parcels ol is to take place on the Tuesday previous lo 2.-rt 1"'reiu maiio otter for OUIGINAL PLAN. he election of Mr. Lincoln, to plunge the ; took place on the resolution of sending a : Akkman, Win. M by 75 feet corner part people of the Slate into hcttiftl hostilities lliatead of waiting for Mr. Lincoln and his of lot No. 32.. ...147.i!0 I i S" 5- i g. J n 1J 1 - ! 1 Liu a. SO 75 I liu.. 75 j Tj5 ' -i li.ii. I on I 1 5o 1 KI I ; 75,' 1 26 1 40 1 75 t u i a as 51 wo " J5 7 l" 4 t . 1 SB IWI 1 5u 15 I 175 1 ' 1 90 i 2 lo i 2 ou i a so i 4ia r 4 MO I H - k'. TI oo "2"2A a 00 75 4 50 55 I Wirkt 2 50 Wijtxu. A good girl can hear of a pleasant situation by applying to Or. Baa, nor. 5-tf d. Commissioner to (ieorgiu, souie ineni"'jcrs . . . . , . a n'uB, iioitu-eaei or 01 lot nj uo.uo Speaking in tavor ol co-operation W 1th j Bates, Geo. (Ueirs), 81 by 75 feet alley end of other States. A bill urOTidinL' for notice lot 2 fi4.40 friends to commit nn act ot aggression upon i regulations c oncerning persons from State? 1 a'; bT 7r. ft corner part of lot 29 3l.a , . - , u i . i i i i , do iiortli-west one-third of lot 31 29 l their section of the country, tbey have tak- hostile lo slavery was reported. j Bal., Henry, 2d and 3d Mbauiafoa of lot 128 21.SS .... ..,.,,..:.... l. i. .!...: . i,.,n.,u,..l I Seven thousand lniuute men are driliinc Bnunecka, Christ. .improTementa on lot 80... 1.15 It ',rVI..l,l ,, 1 Ola .11, ,1.111' -. I aa . . , ...a,. . ... r a . . . . I here to-nicrbt. The services ot vo uuteers : "f1"."'. ,r'- " Spot, ill wlin Ii Hie W - and attempted to seize the arms in the gov- 3 75 5 00 6 25 T 50 75 I rVaJ 3 no 4 5U00 7 40 0 00 10 U I m, . 4 ih i mi uij lo oo 12 ooJ4 i Ma i. I i. 00 711 50 I 13 75 j 10 00 U 7 -. .lit, . 7 SO 111 9BJ l'J0 I 18 75 'ii 60 90 25 I ttn j 8 50 12 75 17 00 'ai 25 25 50 2M 75 w .v i ioooii&aop oa mk Mu m. I 13 UO I Tv :,o i jo oo j 32 50 I 39 00") 46 60 I .- M,.; 15 Ki 22 50 j 3Q 00 37 50 I 45 00 I .12 50 BUSINESS CARDS. A. LEMCKE & CO., I'iiler in Produce, Commission Merchants, Have rem ,ved to No. S4 Main Slraal. eminent arsenal. John Brown and .1 few fa natical follower-; captured Ihe arsenal at Har per's Ferry. He, with his compatriots, paid the penalty of their treason with their lives. It remains to be seen whether Mr. ill has an interes1 I ' B " , , . . . imig Lit-t-11 tiiit-icit iioiii uajreia, ji lasxaaiinti, Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee. FBRao.sAL. Mr. Shanks, President of the Rough River Navigation Company has been spending several days in the city looking after the interests of his corporation. He ! ''"hanan will be equally prompt with the has received some liberal contributions from I South Carolina traitors. They have com our business men and has been making col- ' B,ittd treason in the tuUest sense,,l' the lections. This enterpriw la one that ought i wor'- They levied war ""n the gor to be fostered. It is a tie that brings us into rrxmen- The law has been openly violated, close connection with one of the richest -N" 'oinproinie can palliate this crime. The portions of Kentucky, whose trade will le j laws must lie enforced or the government is concentrated at this Doint. We hone Mr at an end. Can tbey be, w ill they be en- i Shanks will meet with kindness and assist- forced? It i. for Mr. Buchanan to deter- I ancefrom all upon whom he may call. 5 feet south-west end of lot 32 33.61 Donning:, Paris C, 50 by 75 feet north-east one-third of lot 140 20.!9 Kdson, Abner ( Heirs ), south-east of lot 71 23.35 . . HHiau. moi., aoutn-east Hall ,,r lot I4U za.io LHAKLKSTON, S. C., Nov. 9. Dispatches ! F,.rd, Chas., r.ft by 75 ft corner part lot 120.... 27.00 state that an unsuccesslul attempt was made i l ' m . 25by8on corner part lot .... 28.75 to-dav to remove the Government anas tesw'Kl -; 20-70 , . " implies, T. Wesley, 204 by 150 ft south-east from the .Arsenal it; the city, to Fort side of lot 14 ro.is Moultrie. There was ureat excitement in 2 by .'oo ft aUddla y. of lot t; 28.75 Gautuer, 4 Becker, improTe- tuenta oa " 7 " Goelz, Leouliard " IS " 5S JJmt Ooel, Philipp J " 55 K.33 , Goelz, John, mitUle half of " II " 'II 2',.1'i improvemeiit oa B.vaiii Homestead S : Oantin-r, A " 4 " 27 I.C0 Gnt.ecker, ( has " 7 " 39 8.CJ i Uy at t, Stephen " 14 " IH 2.30 . 15 " 1 ' 2.S8 11 " 27 (. " 12 " 27 5.T8 it 4 t 3l7t " 18 ' 33 8.74 .. iu " x: ::i " 20 :U I 03 17 34 a.4i 90 " 34 4.0.1 " 1 " 47 i 30 " 2 " 47 1.73 ' ' 4 " 4S 3.1K , 6 " 48 3 It; i 14 " N 5.7 Hall, Joha B " 10 " :W J5 Hu(bea, I. Woodsou " ii " 3 4.03 ! . T " It SB a " :: n.6u . m i :: 11,60 Hallo, k, A.C t " I !' 7t f 1 21.27 I Hutumingford. J,k 17 " 4n 8.0:; Halchiugaon, laaac " 17 ' I 10.53 Hart, It. B 1 " 3 ''.18 2 " 3 17,8.! 7 " 4 2.C8 8 ' 4 0.33 I 14 " ES 5.1s j Henson, I. W. ' IJ " 4ii 1.38 Hall, James " 12 " El 13,80 ! Heunlng, I. B - 12 " 4 : 1.44 Heberd, L. W. 3 W of " 2 " 37 36.23 " 47 1.73 ! II hi h, -ii.., y. I ii.n A. Hi: Tt... T.;.r l... iK- middlt '..Of lot 31 31.33 : -"If."" T . . Hewton. John. 81 by 75 ft allev end of lot IBS 39.1o IO 1,11 1Z1.. conseiiuence Palmetto llag, and Ihe steamers' swivels saluted it. Immense resistance meetings are to lie held here to-night. OYSTERS! THE SEASON OPENED! .. .vow HMU Kirrjyo -. i" aT l A,l. out Kxpresn, the (JehMMTated rr" KALTIMOKC OYSTKUf, MRW f OKK ItAY 8IIEI.L OTSTKRH. M I I.Kiiltll, 11 A KI, KM , UTSTHISS, OKI.AWAKK BAY OYSTKIIS. M A Ii It A X T K O PRESIII Put up with eHi,ecial care and attention. Caas ...II i . II ... I .....I , Fmn aKatll Vnr ul. kff til rasa, half rtM aad can. Great inducements olterntl j . i.. ilaali ill atol i iiin'Omaia J. r. KKI.XER, Sole .ent. it 1 1 i i N 107 Main-st., KTansville, Ind. Our readers will not fail to read the legal advertisements in another column. Not lieing accustomed to seeing them in our paper they may overlook then. I'aor. Gbsimi, who has hitherto resided in the outskirts of the city has remove,: to the house formerly occupied by Or. .Mu ginniss on Second street. Now that the election is over and matters are assuming a settled condition our young people will have more time to devote to music. Mr. tienung teaches both vocal and instrumental music, and flatters himself cannot fail giving sat isfaction after a fair trial. ArofSTA, (ia., Xov. 8. A large and en thusiastic meeting was held to-night for the formation of a Club of Minute Men. Spirited addresses were made, and a large number of names enrolled. H, n rick, John Hutchinson, Dr. T Hendri, I Jacobs, Adam Jewitt, J B 3 by 00 f.-et Ol.... t ' . . ....... . O I ' X- . 1 '1' I . O I mine. iulljuu, .tui. o. i ne npoafwer a r. , .- ' "e House last night received a dispatch Shortly alter the close ol the .evolution, - from Virginia, tendering the services of a the population of Western Pennsylvania I roluatteer company in the event of South took it into their heads that the Govern- Carolina seceding. ment could not enforce its own laws aud w . 0 T Chaki.ksion, S. (., ISov. 8. James Con actually took up arms to resist a law tney , nerj District Attorney, has resigned. Col. iH.im.HK .ilcJOH.VHTOJY, WBOLR- lie and Retail GROCER AND PROVISION M Mil II ANT, dealer in Cordage, Naila, Glass, Ce aerat, IN i water, Raatex Paris, Ac., Ne. 128 Main ilmet, near the Canal, Kvanavilto, Ind. febtS ir. o tyl IxJ cc 3 i A 8 Kin t on Bfewa. tuxcuu The Louisville Courier of Saturday says a brief telegraphic dispatch the night before stated that Hell had t arried this State by a plurality of 2,000. Kentucky. We conclude from all the regarded as peculiarly odious. The conse queuce was. Gen'l Washington called for volunteers, who poured into the State in such numbers us to absolutely terrify the rebels and crush out the rebellion without the discharge of a gun. So would it be now. If President Buchanan would call on the Slave States alone, we are confident they would speedily annihilate the nest of traitors w ho have kept the country in an uproar for many years. The dispatch says 7,000 minute men were drilling at Augusta. 5o long as they mere ly drill, no exception will be lakeu : but Cook, Collector, and the Deputy Collector, have notified the President of their resignation. Charlkstox, S. C, Nov. . The bark John Fray, owned by Cushing's Boston Lin", under instructions from the owners, has hoisted the Palmetto flag and fired IS guns ! Foiit Keaunf.v, Nov. 10. The Pony Ex press from San Francisco on the .'list of Oc tober passed here at 5-.r0 p. ti. to-day. Lin colns election is generully conceded by all parties. The Repabtl cans in this State are gaining ground rapid!y,prineipul!y from de fections in the Douglas ranks. Louisville, Nov. 10, p. m. Kiver station- Weather when it comes to seizing upon govern mem ; arv. 9 ,eet incbl.s in tne Canal, forts aud arsenals, that is ijuile a different j clear; mercury 43. matter. We shall look for Fre.-.dent Uu- I channn's course in this hour of difficulty to h s I- Ui m O I t E 1 i r. I information we can gleaa from the Louis- ! with much interest. If be raciilatea there ville papers tbat this State has gone far I W he considerable trouble ahead. If he Bell. Indeed the Courier iBreckinridtr I moves promptly and firmly ih, insurrec- paper) concedes this much. tion wfM hardly rival tempt of old Brown. in interest the nt- C. SCHMITT & STatUtK, Vhol-M.le and Retail Dealers in I a 1 1 1 1 1 1 in tftavaisata The peiiple of Kansas have certainly passed tin, nigh (he luroHce of alllicltoii. For years they have lieen stitiggling to uiaintaiit the l!od-given tight of self-government, and now, when the prise for which they have contended so gallantly, is within their grasp, they are allhcted with room ana a prospect m lanune. i ne peo- J.A. The State Jourual has returns from 54 counties which foot up Lincoln's plurality 10,414. In these returns we no tice several errors in the " Pocket' couu" tiee, which, when corrected, will incrca,e the Republican majorities. The Journal s Aatilnat- thut thai 1 jt A'tjtw't.. a al I jaav I 3 5)" I g I -.-.....-. ...... a,.. aja uiun n. u ,lll liu, jl.C TlxjT H ' j OTor IS0 majority for Douglas is correct we ao not tnmK it will go over 1200. CoNMBCTlorT. This State, which was - aa I - , L a 1 . , I . 1 T . French, Englisn x American ' ,UUK,1L ,ur " p-aieiy o- me democracy j )le ,,f lbe , ,,, having pronounced iu- pA pr D H A N f, I N f. S bUt f8W moath8 " wbo wt'r" OB,T de- vor of the justice ol their cause, will have to r A ,,SLi"aDHaVbR U ' ' ,tt"leU lhe BnerKel"- Wrk the VVide ! send food to I be citizens Of tbat territory ,., ; Aan, gives la.ncoln a majority .,1 about ; .,, ,,,e, tn ... Prie,e nnv benefit f,,.m 20,000. (ilorious old land of steadv ., ti,. a-., l;, f .i . rr: I - the decision, l lie reruict ol the I mon habits I 0ltf pajaaprirsTii h preat while, tluriug which MiasOL'Hl. The St. Louts Kepubli, an of j tiaie the people of Kansai were neglecting Saturday concedes that the result in this State is still in doubt. It says the returns, so far as re -eived up to tbat time, give Bell 34,829; Douglas 34,176; Breckinridge 14,97fJ ; Lincoln i:t,718. It seems to lie nip and luck between Douglas and Bell, an I Breckinridge and Lincoln. Iowa. Eleven counties in this .Stale, nearly all of which were Democratic last year, give Lincoln and the Republican lunate territory, but not State ticket 2.794a maioritv. The Rstnnh. ! amounts to meet the demand Atchison, K. T., Nov. 10. The Chainpi" ou of this city published a statement of the number of trains which have out-titled at this place, this reason, for the gold region, Utah, aud the Forts on the Plains. Ninety trains composed of 177;! wagons, employing -020 men, mules and 18, 1 17 oxen, and carrying 8,220,883 lbs of merchandise have goue out. This amount is double that of any previous j ear. From ChiimiIh Toronto, Not. 10. Thomas (sradoul manager ol the Bank of Upper Can ida j Reily, Win., south-weat V. of lot 182 left for England to-day, on neatineaa con ! . '". . nirth-weat of lot 221 neeted with the Bank. C. J. Briilges, manager of the Great Western Bail way, leases tor England on Monday, on Railway matters. ... 35.iV. 00 j ny is! it lo.rth-wost side of lot 122 4.14 ib, hit lis O. AS I Beni-lch. John, liasj "tarljoit lialh l ail aye Kt hoe, John. lot 113 IK in I Jo 18J4 by 80 ft alley end of lot 113 17.05 McChesuey. Maria, 18J J by 150 ft of south east side .,f lut 20 43.13 Morris, Samuel (Heirs), r,a by 75 ft middle part of lut 2.1 34.04 O Ritey, P. G , 2.S by 150 ft south-weat sideitf lot 9 4(1.00 Ogtleii, J. K uth-weat qr of lot t',2 50.89 Scriber, Uenry, northwest ? of lot 71 36.08 0 lot 72 92.00 Singer, Chas. W., 18 by 99 ft subdivision of lot 125 and 121! 7.48 Schmidt A Stark, 6th aubdiviIon of lt 84.... 10.93 00 do 7th do do 1 ... 20.13 Bchlarop, C.t soatlvwest of north-east "f lot 110 SUM Saybart, John, ' r aiTiiri on lot 21 A 22 2.30 Speck h Feltlacker, 5th subdivision of lot 84 lti.t'-S Schwarz. John, 18;i by 80 ft front part of north-weet V, of Kouth east of lot 113 12.05 Tenny, R. S., 90 fy 150 ft alley side of lotSI... 112.13 Trait . n, W, (Heir), lot 53 40.00 do dr eouth-east V "f lot 54... 84.50 Thompson, John, 40 by 150 ft north -west side of lot 22 G0.38 it tory, John, 21 by 100 ft lots 21 and 22 23 98 Venueiuan, Joseph, 1st snbdiriiion of lot 84 34.70 Woods, Josephine, 25 by 150 ft south-east of lot 1-23 19.55 Weinel, Lewis, 25 bv loo ft on Froat at., lot SV, an by as ft Vine St., lot 69 29.90 Wehfc, Aun, north-eaat of lot 45 39.90 Wright, AnCiou, north-east ol lot 73 31.05 DONATION ENLARGEMENT. Ieariuo, E. H.. aouth-east K of lot 183 37 95 do on by 7A It alley entl ol lot 231 7.48 Decker A Heiltnau, 20 by 75 ft middle part of lot 101 0.33 Gail A Bennihoft, K'i by 104 ft nurth-east side of lot 203 1ft 04 Gates, ft S., lot 222 5.75 Hyatt. Stephen, sonth-east of lot 202 47.1" do lot 201 34.50 Hsllock A St -ddard, lot 190 33-20 do north east fi of lot tx 2t.85 do norlh-east 54 of lot 187...., 92.00 B on, J. a., 10- : by 141 ft north-eaat side Of lot 227 44.05 ilo 1st 191 32.66 Januoss Rea l. 1th hillitsloa of lot INI.... 22.43 L. ftpn, Sina, 50 ft on Third atieot by 100 ft Walnut street, lot 148 21.85 Mi Gill, I. 13i ft by 90 ft lot 155 15.53 do I8ji ft by 114 ft north-eaat qr of lot 155 29.44 DONATION EN LAIiGKMENT. Meviiainl. John, middle of lot 230 25.88 Neelv, W. P.. lot 180 ;ii.0b O ltiiey, P. G.. lot 210 5.18 Rowley, Nathan, 25 by 75 ft not th-eaat end of lot 240 3.45 Bobbera, Maria, 20 by 130 ft north-west side f lot 189 20.70 T7.0S 10. 35 Rick, John, lot 220 57.50 Singer, Chas. A., 5th aubdiviaion ol lot 168... 28 18 LOWEB ENLARGEMENT. Kruminackcr, H. B , S E y:t ' Mot-iii, Andrew 1 Lutr, Henry 1 Lamphere, D. W MeUler, A Smith, Improve nii-nts on Martin, li 8 Mclueruy, W Miller, Theobald ' Miller, J. H Megley, W P. 8 W4hf of New-master, Christ Newberry, Elicur Nlmrod, Leonard O'RIley, P G ' Oliert, Anthony Pharr, Chan F Parker, Edward Robbers, John Rlre, .lacob Sr Keitman, Henry, S K .. of ' Ritt.r, Philipp si;; of! Beilly, Wm ' Stahlhaetfer, M (heirs) ' Btocknelb, II ' 12 1 0 11 12 13 T 8 ' 10 1 ' 18 10 9 - 19 20 ' a 3 r. 17 13 14 15 17 19 12 10 19 9 4 11 22 41 38 38 32 34 15 11 21 23 30 30 50 3S 15 15 15 9 a 12 47 49 4 10 54 31 32 15 17 -hades and Fixtures, Curtain Goods, GUI Oor ,Cea, t'oriaiu Pins and Parlor Mlrrera. So 3 mid 5 First street, Rvansvills, lu.Uana. aprl'i-ly Jnmcs Steele, ((CCCKSaOB TO HTK.BI.K a H0NSBL.) 2d ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. ASH. DOORS, WINDOW BLINDS, Boards, Laths, arc., of every description constant - v nasi 1 Packistsj Beans of all kinds made t, rder. Saw Hie: u I every klud done on the shortest " Prl,-r , t ko,. Late ot .Iti.jne. A Co. asaoN acaaow. HEAD t& BURROW, wH'll I'MAI K DKAIKM iS Boots cfc ShooB, H ATS AND CAPS, o. 1 5 Malm at., K v A S V ll.I.K, 1 VU. Ml'4 W I la 1, I A M II. A X K , PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, foi-. Plrst and Sjismsrti sin. P. ti li. nl. ti attention paid to the repairing of Ma--i.ul, lb letting, aud FINK WATCH EM. a. n r, -:..,. H't-,f,'io Cur-ds aaafhjl Wrinea. their farina to defend their liberties. The result wn-, they were illy prepared for the severe drouth of last summer and the consequent destruction of their crops They have appealed to their brethren in the States for bread, and the appeal, we are glad to state, is being responded to prompt Iv Large quantities of provisions have already been dispatched to the nntdr- iii sutucaent As an indi- F'l urn Hr t U it. Vkka Cuuz,Oct. 28th. The constitutional ists lost 2000 men by the explosion of a mine al Guadalajara, and afterwards raised the seige. BrBNOeU COl sty. -It will he seen by the letter below, that our Spew-ei- county friends feel happy nver the result of ihe .No vember election. They deserve lo feel so. Carpenter, A. B., 31':,' bv 141 ft north-weet aide of lot 21.....'. 14.9 Ewinic. W. G. A G. W., math east Jtr let 4 27.00 Fisher A Boliiaa. 20 by 148 ft south-east side of lot 21 17.8.1 tb-tbardt, J. W . north-west qr of lot 3 17.83 Gates. C S , jm , !,, 118 ft north-west side of . . , , a ,. ' " lot 0 12.0 th. lot 12 34.5(1 ilo fl bv ft Hollth-aast side of lot 11... 19.55 HyeAt. Stephen, lot7 27.31 llartuiaii, tieort;e. south-east of lot 25 14.95 do attuth-Weet 1 ', of lot 20 10.36 liiwtK,d, Win., 25 bv 150 ft subdivision of lots 27 and 2.8 17.83 Lindeiismith, Ck;LS.. improvements on lot 15 2.30 M liiesney, Maria, ,2 and a half by 811 ft cor- a.u- narl of lilt H AR 111 They have labored hard and it is alwavs I s.-atea. Joseph (Heirs), eoasth-eaet half oflot s :j8.38 I a . 1 al a,, a... -a- a. .. 1 1 I a . . at a . ,, i i t 1 1 a t , I eit liuitn., to oa i It.lir, CllllUI to see the fruits ot ones lalmr. s a r Wrljjnt'. Antliony, lot 14 :.2.78 ' 10 as " 10 " 50 Seider, John " 18 " 38 Schraut, Conrad " 18 " 4s 1! " 48 Schnivo, D M " 8 ' 52 Mabin, E. H. 04 by 100 ft allev end of lota 21, 22," 23 and 24 " 1 Stephens, T, 3 Sub-di vision ot " 4 " 57 Sauderlin, Wm. (heirs) 8 " 25 Mchlamp.Caasemir - 12 " 25 Mchwoitzer, Jobu. e ' t ol 8 " 32 Sandermau, Alary 22 " 9 Schneider! Henry, .... 4 " 22 Mchaofter, Fred...". ' 8 ' 39 Wright, Authour ' 6 " 12 " 10 " 12 - i ' 13 8 13 u a .. ,, 1 15 ' 10 " 20 i i " 10 " 21 " 12 " 21 .. pa .. .; .. I, .. VI " 8 " 2S " 0 ' 41 ' R " 41 8 M 4:1 " 1 " 4, " 5 " 49 " 5 " 34 a " :m m 7 .. Hi BAK Klt'S ADDITION Curolck, Thos 2 " t 17.25 8.05 3.45 5.40 11.50 1, 68 15.53 10.58 5.18 4.00 2.53 20.13 4 IWI 2.87 ILXI 50.03 9.20 15.52 i " 10.10 3.08 2.53 2.53 2.53 ua 2.88 2.88 1.73 3.45 10.08 lO.im 5 75 3.11 O.DO 11.33 10.3.-, 2.53 1.73 14.38 0.33 2:.' 1 13.2.1 11.20 3.10 0.B1 0.02 NEW AD VERT ISEMENTS. Grand Jall oj ThuifEveniner, JV t:.HMKU i iat, AT THE OLD BREWERY, To b. givi n by the an nils is of CRESCENT FIRE COMPANY NO. I, 1 u.M.M lTTi;i: OF ARRANGEMENTS. Br 1 nti , ' A. II. .Ionks, lis. McEkKVEa, I Fuf.p. SHARrit, lOJ rQAVISK, I C'ASPKB liAUSHAI ritOOR MANAGERS. FaaD.SHAan, 11. Kibcbuoit, J..U8 A Is A NaT, I A. O. St i.livan. t'W- Free Dmuibiia will call for Ladles. DOVl2-till 22d. Volksltote copy. .V Brick Home, cpraes First and Locust streets, with I ire rooms. Kit, hen, and Cellar, also, a it,! well. Kn.juiie of Cniiicis Link. i,ovI2-3t BStf.ti TiJiVMti, mmm Tonrn.m. m m 100 extra choice i:-l TonKiies, of our own curliiu'.at uvo, t'OOK .4 I.ANOLKT'M 4-i' f.x m.as. i bxh 0W Proctor .V Gamble's V0.1 Soap.ln bxadoCrowu .v.p. 1, bs da German Soatt, lo bva do s : . lo lm d.i Tallow Caudles, SO bxa do full weiabt Star Oaii II. 1 tfhU inter Lar.l Oil, for aale by , aa12 COOK A LANGLRY. W?tui v.,- Tuti u-n 1.1, k.vssv. M. store, lately owned and nm spied hy Michael Gaviak. Aennaasd, 11s jrr.uery and provision store, coin, 1 ot Main aud Fourth streets. There is a first-rate smoke house attached to the store. Apply to John il ivlsk, or WM. KAHM, Jr. july'.i.dXail gp t TTi.Vf. . 1 Mlw nelton lUi t'utr. I " o received and 1. nov9 '. A I J. les Mayaville do., lust GEO. FOSTER t H). MP'- 2 7 Hit IS. mVJK JDBT ATjB- ara , Lved'per Bailroad, and for sale bv oki). Foster a co J.vw HK.t.y: -,o hhi.s. ML Kxtra Fluur, !5 sacks do., looo do Bran, in GEO. CUSTER A CO. ..v(ip.raijvij mtrcm- ML wheat, looo It s Iresh P.nckwheat, in bl.U stole novo . J!!-,t re,- 1 ahd lor sale by ;ko Ulster co. Jl ' K,,t' H I I T S. .( 0 u U H s av w T..rv. r Balsint, .j boxes Layer Raisins, 2 trail, Uatea, 5 libts Sicily Almonda, 5 di Itra il (pints), 1 case licaus are confident of carrying the State by 1 cation ol the ,li- tre-s prevalent, a correspon from 12,000 to 15,000. Iowa is a sman dent id the Chicago I'res- and Tribuno men SUte but she gives largo majorities. lions the fiact thai in one county (AllenJ there has not been raiseil !i()0 bushels of corn and half that amount of w lieat. I If potatoe. not one-tenth part of the anuiunt reonite,! . a - . a. . .. .Bw 1 out, According to tne Bumming 1 Virginia is still in some doubt, parties claim the state. Both 1 up of the electoral vote tn New York, pub- I'or planting in the spring, had la;en gather- u hue l-ime, i emem, 1 otton larn, v nue ... pa.,.v,t:-, ... . 1 n-ta .. 1.. h.I, l.iiot-ed Oil. Ac, Ac. Also, constantly en '" p"-" '""J""'.' o,uou 1. The vegetables bail been almost entire- 4PmS?kSLSS. j YM 5 S World,f Th"""'r, whic h does destroyed. The supply of meat, however, i 1 1 ; .. 1.. , rf 1 1 v .. , 1 nOf int'lllllt. A eimill tt 1 I alt f.l Ilia at..tnt I B . . at. a 1 . 1 mi a ,1 ent-n nutt tmtt un.i o. t iw..,., ' f - .wutitu-, , ,0llel' Uiatl lll.ll 1 1 1 HICHl. 1 iV UllVC SL few hogs, a good supply of cattle, and, about 100 miles west, is a good buffalo range, whither many ol ihe citizens have gone to lay in a supply of meat. A lien county has a population ol over 3,000, We are confi dent the people of the north-west, whose granaries are filled to over-flowing, will see ind i full stock of Sash, Panel Doors, Ac, of all : We hore the conmlete oflicial return? will ap26 i ' , not be long delayed. E. Q. SMITH. fa i , HAIR MANUFACTURER, fea - " v. u,v.su ia, .a. 01 r ri- M.trket street. Evansville. Ind., will 1 ; "ay contains returns irom Ol counties. .o. uu iiand and make to order every variety of Teliaai iriro Lincoln a maioritv r tt r.7r ate and Wood Seat CHAIRS. The Trade anpplied ! leUM ge Lincoln a majority Ot 33,j.G, lieiHg a gain over the vote of 1S5S ot 20,491 2 Marl I Hlie ,t lowest nttea. Hotels. Steauiboabi and Halls fur liabed promptly to order. All work warranted. jiiully enat r. MiLi.r.u. j. Hint mbhacb MILLER & NIEHAUS, I'Kll KKJt BOOlB, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Ac. X-. 4 3 NT UK KT, EVANSVILLE. INDIANA ; The Democrat still regarded the Senate aa ) to it that their friends in Kansas do not ; in doubt. It had dispatches stating that 1 3uflvr. i one of the doubtful districts had been car- i ried by the Republicans, and it was ouly gratify in We congratulate the Republicans on their u, cess. V, e also received a letter from our correspondent " Spencer County," giving th. rote in full which we will publish to morrow : KOCKPORT, Ind., Xov. 9th, l.-iol). Boitobs JmtTRMAit I prepared a dispatch for you yesterday containing all Ihe news We bad up tu dale and gave il to a friend who was cuing down ou the Little Eagle blithe failed to get ready ill time for the boat and of course yon did not get it. I now Send you the official vote of .Spencer. Bel mil me to add, that we w ill contest the honor of giving the largest gain for the Republican party since 18.rG with yon : Liayoln 1,296; Douglas 1,108; Breckinridge 172; Bell 175; Fremont received 235 rotes in 1S56. Lincoln's plurality is 1SS. We flatter ourselves that we also have done something towards redeeming the Pocket, and we feel proud of it. We intend to have a grand jollification some time next week and would la? glad to see you with us. It will probably come off about Tuesday or Wednesday evening. Hur rah for Old Abe. Yours truly, L. S. Cilkey. do south-west halt of !ot 15... 7.47 do south-west half of lot 16... 24.15 I'PPKR ENLARGEMENT. Atkins.,,,. Wm., 18 bv 75 ft of lot 21 3.83 Rabcock. H. O., lot 8 04.40 Fi-ber, Ronald, 47 bv 75 It middle part oflot 08 9.78 Hart, R B., 19?a by 75 ft corner part let 21 3.45 do 17lo by 7 ft corner part of lot 01 17.25 Kahn, LawlH, loi 29 4118 Lay cock, I.. S., aoiith-east I i of lot 2 17.25 do lot 3 42.55 Lane-ley. T K. D., uorth-west or lot 2 28.75 Ml -Gill, I. ST., lot 00 34.r,o ti'Riley, P. G .Iot 11 47.lr, R,.wle . N , 34i hy 150 ft middle pt of lot 50 18.4.1 Killv, Win . seiitb-eaat of lot 09 32 77 Rudil.C. R . 79' . by 75 ft alley end of lot 01... 25.30 do 25 h 75 ft alley end oflot 02 2 30 While, T. 1 (Heirs), tShjrlSO ft nerth-west side ol lot 88 12.30 Rrowu, Anthony, 21 sutalivuiou of out-lot 3 8 51 2 S.lti 2 3.10 2 1 .84 1 84 Carjsiuter, W Doyle, Patrick Gl.-ason, Patrick.... Hall.J B Reiser, S A Kinney. Dennis.... Major, John Whittalsey, A. T.... lo 11 24 15 12 13 IO 11 4 0 4 CHRISTIAN HED0KRICU, City Collerlor. j Hoa:e, Henry 11 do do do " 12 do ,0 do 1: do do do 2i do do Riin. ie, K. T 11 d.i do do 15 do do Nov 12-3wd .UKIti H HUl.K JS'O. I 4 D. 3 Notice Ii hereby given that by virtue ol an exe cution Issued out ef Ihe office of the Clerk ol the VanderburKh Circuit Court, in favor of Charles Viele, William Barnaul and Charles R. li, ment, an I against Nicholas Born, and to me dire, -ted, I will, on SATURDAY. DECEMBER Bth, 1800, Itetween the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 e'elork P. M. of said day. at the b.r of the CtMart Hoaae in Eransville, offer for sale at public auction the rents and proSta for the term of seven years, of the following real estate situate. 1 in VandsmlMargh county, Indiaua, to wit; Lot No. 3 of Lilleeton'a Knlargeineut of Kranavllle. And should said -Nuts. 5 do I- liberie. 1 i ,ise Olive Oil ao(iiiarte), to arrive and l,,r sale by GEO. Ti ST Bit .1 to. Coroner's Inquest MM li 1.11 l-i:it THK HO III' f MM Herman Hoefer, found dead al the bouse of J. Ha Roelker, on the corner of Mlxlh and Syeasaere treets, Kvansville, Pigeon township, Yainlerburnh oownty, on November nth. It-fin. Th- rerdicl of the jury traa, as none to his death by en ttm ; his throat, wrist, and stomach with a pocket knife In his own hand. At the time of hi. death he waa about 89 years of in;,. ; he was about live feel .-;t mh his high ; when he died he ass ' aresseu in nioe pants and white shirt, ami had nothing on Ida pi r-..n. jnjM .lulIN W. Yin AN. Coroner V. C. mT1'1 i HIT, atsrB MiMxMMK 9M W. bags assorted sizes Shot, 200 Ihe. liar Lead, so.tKio French g D. Gun Caps, 20,000 American ae , 2o,ooo American 8. B. do., 10,000 Americaa D u' Water Proof Caps, 5,000 P. Revolver Caps, j'ual receive.! and for sale at "ovs ELLIOTTS Family Grocery. SEPTEMBER, I86 0 DAILY RECKIPT8 of HARDWAEE & CUTLERY POM TUB W1KLE.LK Til A UK. Kei-ent pur.-huse of a choice Block at loduted prioas. Full invoices Irom American Manulac. tiin-s. Direct importations from Sheffield aud Wolverhampton (EOi-land.) Now Opening New ami Uest Brasses of AXES, 200 doz. AMES, and others, SHOV ELS GRAIN SHOVELS. BRASS KETTLES. TABLE CUTLERY, 2,000 dozen. POCKET KNIVES, New Pat. terns. WADE & BUTCHER'S RA ZORS. riTTTI it "TT Ti Jt -0kTTB-w a, m-nMs a asss aa. it isnxiAiva &uikiiks 4 u LOCKS and LATCHES 1.41 I ClXiWKSW (fT Xtirtrmc tjl aVVaVlaUi.1 1, W JkJ Sa U A A O. GIMBLET SCREWS. MILL SAWS. T. and STRAP HINGES HOOK TOOTH rind CUT SAWS SPEAR & JACKSON'S HAND SAWS. WOOD SAWS. COIL and LOG CHAIN. MANILLA and COTTON ROPE LINEN and COT. TWINE BLACKING and INK. RIFLES and PTST0LS. SHOT GUNS, Single and Double. 85.ns 10.:;.-, 0.54 4.f:; 4.0:; 2.88 3.10 4.00 2.88 2.SS 2.3o 2.3U 4.03 2.53 1 73 .1.10 3.16 lie 3.10 4.03 1.03 4.H.: 1.44 :iA5 4 on 4.00 l.'.o : 2. .9 2.:l 2.311 2.30 I 3.71 I I 44 1.11 I rents and nrotlts of said lot not sail for a .11,11 ..e. ficient to satisfy said execution and costs, 1 will, at GUN BARRELS the same time and place, offer for sale and sell at ' ttwt rtro T-ajr-ajr-rwri-i n public auction, all the interest of said Blrholas GUN TRIMMINT,S norn 111 tne lee simple of said lot, without ,, 1 tu valuation or appraisement laws, for the Ulefar tion of said writ. JOHN 8. GAVITT, Sheriff V (' Baker A Foster, pl'fls att'y. aovl2-.'Uw DvBR-WoRKKii Women. An over-work ed woman is always a sad sight ; sadder a ' Btoont, L H. great deal than an over-worked man, be- ' BuHaa Ceori cause she is so much more fertile in canaci- ties of suffering than a man. Mbe has so EASTERN ESLARGEMKNT Allen Wm. lot II, block 20 Backer, Michael. 30 by HO ft middle part 22. 23, and it, Hock 1 Bates, Geo. (loirs) cor. hall oflot 10, " 11 " 2 " 3 " 4 ' 4 1 Berir, rot--: , iiuproveuietits c,u 4t 7 j B .nn, Jacob, I Barijoilsky, A ntbonv at. nhi -- . 1. .. UCLBLISO. BRINKMEYER & CO., .Senate safe. We learn from the St. Louis Democrat that the Republican Senator in the St. Clair district is elected by 22 ma ioritv. This is close shavintr. but a L'nited SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS, States Senator depended ou it. EvanSVille, Ind. The Cotton States have all gone for Mauulacturers of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Railinica. 1 . . . . .... iioust, Fronts. Verandahs, Balconies, and Caalin,. OrecE lUndge by bandSOUie majorities. a . ew: 1 ua W firThe Albany , New York 1 Journal of necessary to secure one more to make the Wednesday evening, devotes its fourth page ' many varieties of headache, sometimes as to a curious mode ot expressing Republican : " Jaei were driving the nail that killed gladness. The whole page is occupied bv a j Sisera into her temples, sometimes letting Bp read eagle standing on a globe, holding j her work with half tier brain, while the in his beak a scroll bearing the inscription other half throlis as if it would go to pieces, "Right makes might! and " Liberty I sometimes tightening round the brows as if and I'uion forever I" A glorv between the i her cap bands were Luke's iron crown : and north-west hi ..f Biete, E. Bal, Henry, aouth-east 9 ft of 4 (heirs) ' Cowlo, Thomas, Catlett, W. A. 1 Clippies, Joseph, 1 N W hf of Catlett, M. A. Capell.-, Stephen, Mh Sub division of North east t of Cross, E. ' '. . ' . 1 . IWtnilU UMI-tllllMnlS tllaa . I .Wa I .. a . I aa aa I t 1 1 tt tt 1 1 al r rt tttt e ! ,Ttt Q O TI . I lit.,- li. nl'. . . I, A- a-J "The I'nion is Redeemed." The page is ! her fits of depression, in which she thinks I Cuidnirhaiuftiarv L i setietal. Cottpar. Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware. aeT Sales Room: 72 Main street, Meeker's Build -I,.- foundery : neer Mouth Pigeon Creek. aiy- urdera promptly attended to. Junel9-0o,. bordered by sentences in monstrous type for site is nothing, and loss than nothing, aud i Pi- fel, Leonard:, 8 E half of e I a newspaper, all expressive ot the same feel- j these paroxysms which men speak slight The True Republican of Centre- ; ing. liut there is an oddity about the his- 1 ingly of as hysterical convulsions, that ia I Dssasner Philie ir ville, Wayne county, says that last week a toiy of this bird. As a matter of course, he ' all, ouly not commonly fatal oues, so many ! Dusouchet, A. A. J..M . ,- Iat- Bi I ..a- 1... . .. . J '. I.. K.-.l ... .. 1 1. 1 1. . 1 L. ! "' a ' .;l0 I, , .. 1 . .u,,nn ,.. I. St... I. It ! oa .a 1 . k 1 W lit 1 It ttlUIUUClIt ntw, IUUI1U 13 l . .a ' j llf a t, UVUCU Ul.ll (V , It 1 1 i ISJUiUI- tllatlj t.ittvtl , 1 , ' O . lt 11,1 1IUC . 1 II ' 1 lllOI'lie .,, , , - l.a at-a CI . V. O O trnniMTW P A IT VP'S JeAd hi? father's field Wlth a ritle bM '-v tbe PrPert.v Of Democratic and n Be- structure, that she is always entitled to pity i Davidson, joahua, r.ar V Vt I I OlaiCaOALiXli X Al lliXVO, wound in his head. He had been sent for publican journal, doing duty for either as when she is placed in condition which do- Alley end of tbe cows, but not returning in time, a occasion serves. His last public appearance velop her nervous tendencies. Dr. 0. W. dealers in BOAT STORES, U-nfar St., bit. Iya and Mains Meet ITS. a?. -kkj- FKtcnTojs". mtmrni. mm. ansviite, tna .nercnants win alaava flna a fall ,v. . - .,o,k of Dry Gtoods, Boot., Shoe.. Hat. and Cape, at , T . .""CT bit Hoaae. which wilt.be aild on fair terms faepSl 1 8d aQd mysterious affair search discovered him in this condition. It was in the Albany Atlas and Argus, when was thought impossible that anybody the bird "screamed" for Buchanan. Before weuld murder a mere boy, and vet it is j that he had celebrated Pierce's election. Hob, SALE DRY GOODS HOI'SE, rirststreet, Kv- equally impossible to conceive an accidental i And now, with more delight than- ever, for 1 1,1.1 Meri-tl.nt. aa 1 M ala.aa la 1 .. Saall . I.. . Bt SB lo ceruiiuiv H. j net autin- uuw ne v ita itaaen la aiiueiiuie. -nf. Journal. j he shouts for Lincoln. .tin. Gas. One ot the best results of the whole IVacoli, Join; Kuala, James Etlgel, 51. Katt.n, Thoa Campaign was developed in the town Ol New- j Foatar! I. W port, ivy., wtiei-e L,iu,'olu beat Hreck inndge about two to one l.i III 8 3 12 2 X 13 9 in 18 14 18 17 10 II 9 0 11 12 IB 15 21 1 12 7 22 8 hk 31 " 31 " 11 " II " 11 8 ' 44 " 30 " If) " 14 " 54 ' M ' 11 ' 2G ' 20 " .in ' 52 11 ' 11 ' 51 37 ' 37 ' 4 39 0 ' 11 ' 11 li 1 51 ' 50 SO ' 52 1 9 ' 14 ' 15 ' 31 1 44 40 ' .55 ' 46 ' 44 44 45 WO THK 9m MM 1MB OK f Kt I TKt.V mW TO SELL EE A L ESTATE. 2.88 STATU OF INDIANA, ) (ft Vanderburgh County. ) Notice is hereby iveti that Harriet Wilson, aaminiitrairtx ;r.r tne estate ol nuiory Wilson, de ceased, has filed her petitleu to sell the real ebtate , a. . 1-. t a Ll I a . a aaa . . . 14 'IS tu. iteuuiii, tit. jwrttoilBl u,iii 1 11SII III. ' IOII t lo .. r; nav bis debts. And that said oetition will i I....-.I at the next term of the Court of Common Pleas of said county, to be held at the Court House in th City of Evanaville, on the 1st Mendav of Jauuarv next. HARRIET WILBOB, nov!2-3tw AdaiiDiatratrix. 12. C r bos 23.58 5.75 4.ST 4 3T 15.87 44 57 0.55 4.t 5.75 8.i3 4 37 1.15 3.45 5.7S 1S.0 4 37 10.24 I I 85 COOK aV 7.53 14.38 0.S3 0.80 g 1tt.-H.,1 K.y-TH TB L' LANGLEY.i 100 sacks pore Pennsylvania Buckwheat fln,:r, 100 bbls pare Northern Onions, 2,000 ir. prime Ohio aud Pennsylvania Butler. The above w ill be sold at Cincinnati prices, addinx freight, bv nov12 COOK A LANGLEY. mUfMVjeMBM, KMan.fo MiTTH K X M tra Mess Mackerel, In kitts extra No. 1 do., 10 kitu extra No. I do.. 5 Witts tonirnes an. I sounds. t bbl pickled Codfish, 3 bbls large No. 1 .Mackem!, 3 I his do No. 2, 3 bbls do No. 3, 2 tierces choice I Renneliack Salmon, 1 bbl Baltimore Boe Herring, ' 1 bbl Shad. 1,500 fbe Georgia Bank Codfish, verv I choice, 200lbs smoked Halibut, in store and for sale i by (nov!2) COOK A LANGLEY. t Ol OJ JVaVX. BJIIM. ins. Ac. Arc. oOO trash t'....- V .. . r t t Irt : I"- t. T or a ... ' ' OXB ' , r -emona, 10 ox itsver uaisins. 2 casks Zmte -.19 CurraoU, 1 cask German Cherries, 20bx Turkiah i runes, mi ururus astntana Kaiains, just received it navia COOK A LANGLKY'S. mATfWMMTJg K-HKJT Kf.UI TM. lOO S.18 sacss cuoice v lute w beat Flonr, at K 18 I oo.l. S2 10.35 i ii.33 1.00 ; COOK at LANGLEY S. MMBBUM as IH SB i o nos HOT tn t tle Horse Radish for table use best v u . r, ! J j5 ; -m-J?Zi2) COOK A LANG LEY'S. Vt'M W?.XTmj1 CBJBtCM J1TBMTMMBJV fO MEAL SEIVES. LANTERNS. FRY PANS. CURRY COMBS. SLATES and PENCILS. GUN CAPS, Six Kinds. PURSES and P. M0NAIES NEEDLES. BRUSHES and FEATHER DUSTERS. Large assortment of WHIPS and LASHES. MECHANICAL TOOLS. OHIO TOOL CO.'S PLANES CABINET GOODS. JAPANNED and STAMPED WARE WIRE, RIVETS, &c. CHAIN PUMPS and WELL CURBS. 3,000 feet best RUBBER BELTING and PACKING in tbe United States. PLATFORM SCALESatMan i ufactnrers' Prices. 500 dozen BUTCHER'S un- equaled Files. A.MI A COaiPlaVTB Liana 4K SHEIF HARDW.ARP any rket iu tba -His and all 1.7S 1.3 1.38 1.48 a 111, -a-er laioee. l.OCSV bliah am size PinV En.unH At prices lo . on, ., i,- uul 4.00 I -'eauauocK rotatoee, tbe beet in tne city, for aale i tounnj. t y m saw "siaoaara- 1" OS 1 n 101a lo suit ty (norI2) COOK. 4 LANGLEY. ! "" "ann. mili en,, exi In-no 1 00 ' 1 t ' u'llnl L'all V '1 n I lit' - ..a,-,.,.,.... ai..-t.r., llM.i rail t lentloa ! great i y k . t "T ? dncements i 1, an I prornpl lime ."ieVa bxa inra r ,- H.mharirh ' hut. "n I... T., . .. 1 J,"l'i iim,, . i leis. lisb Dairy do., 80 bus Faucy Notmeg do , for sale I vile I'lap, t-r I . lion early. IIARLES S. WSLLS. First Blreot, Kvansville, Iud.