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S ;.A4HUnMx4jtattriJ AslfcjUaaSKBaMisaaBraBba. ties-jar 1 1 t ; r t 11 1 10SBAT. MCS'Oili 5, 18IP. We have received the first number of a ban Jjomely printed sheet, called "The Paper," and published at Pitta burg, Pennsylvania. It b large, newsy, spicy, intensely Democratic, and seems to give rromiso both of ability and success. Aoriccltcral Report. We are indebted to Mr. Horace Capron.Com niissioaer Department of Agricul ture, for a copy of his report for the year 13C9. It -Is & most valuable work for all classes, atd is among the very few Congressional ducutnecU that will be read. MOJSDAY, DiC. 5. Oea. Butier U again la New York City. Oold closed In New York, Saturday, at f The tean?r St. Patrick, from g,nebe?, I bu arrived at Londonderry. , Secretary Robeson toft Nw York Friday ' veiling for Washington. - , A. large nnmber of Con;;rismen were in I ioii.od naturua cu rouia lor the Cral. Tha City of Bruveta, ai:inx irota New York Saturday tor F.uiop?, took out 15 0. twin specie. A I1.J.KO fire occurre.l Katnnlav mnrnin. ln trie rear of No. 4i Aon Street, New ! tori. Tho Severn, tba flac-sblp of the North Altan'le fciuadror, sailed from Fortress Monro on Saturday. FreJ. r, Bosch, the notoricin counter, feller aud conejman, convlrted on Saturday la n United Htatca District Conrt i St. LotiLH. Hevei-al member cf ti Hi'tlinore clsy Council are tn ft. Lotus, on a lour fi pleaaie and ot serration, and are receiv ing much attention. Tha Independent Cttistsns' Committee In Boaton nominated Wra. Uston mr Mayor. He bad previously been norninateJ by tbe Democrats. , A central Conrt Martial, by older of tbe Secretary of War, convenes In Mew York to-day, to try snco cases a may came be fore It. j ... . i ' i All tbe rnasona employed on tbe Van derblli Deiol.tn New Votk.are on aatriae a ' t an attempt to redo.ee ibrm to tUree-fonr'aa time. The damage to the KV, River eaissou will amount to JJS c.ll. Xha water will tie pnmped out and operations will be re aumed aa nsaal on Tuesday,. . Tbe Oirard Tobe Iron Work. In lbl!a dejphla, were dmtioyed by fire Friday nlgiil. lwa S!T",Ow Iiismbnce 5iti',lJ0. liy tbia eataatropn . " O workmen are thrown out of employment. The tetecrapk Una from Chlcajto to ' San Fraoclwn t operatlns direct ly a.700 mile, vow longest circuit eer atnces-.fully at tmptvd. TfiiM la the greatest kciejllrtc aciiiweuienl of tbe age. The famooa trottlos Maillnn IMotTeiu rde baa ln aold o fxier I.iadell, at HU Xoola, for $1i),imi Diirlnif toe paat three yeara lia has won iakea and remiuuia to Uie value of f-V.i 00. Falrbanka A Howe's planing mill and saw mills; l.yer' trhumlDK shop, and ilarrlaon'a foundry, at Ht. John -), N. H., were bnrned Friday nlnht. Toll 1oh a'lO.UtO WHli bat little Insurance. On bundred thoniand dollars baa been ofl'ercd and raised to entablisli a first clntut 1 1 an or ratio paper la San Francesco. The company cO-irt-vl tliUi for an old estate lianed eity daily to put I hem lnlo tbe tele graph CHMnbinallon. A brnlsing match for f', ) a ,aid and the championship of America, between tbe treat boxer of angiaod and tbe champion brnl.-er or America, was agreed loon fcamrday night in New York. The fight la to come cfT daring tbe second week In April. , Heavy rains, for twenty-four nonrsvbad prevailed in cailloroi.i up to Haiorday, with lieivy snow slornaa In the moun tains. Trains bave not aa yet been Inter rupted on tbe l'acitie Railroad, and tele graphic communication was par.ect. Tbe survlyori of tbe ofllrjars and crew of tbe United States orveire Oneida, nave tMen paid, In adlltio i to the amount due those 1'wl Dy the sad Uinssiar. a lull year's pay and allowaooes Tliu wa in accord ance with a resolution p.sed by Congress at us last session, due only c alms re maining unpaid are those of a few fami ne living In Kurope, and a half dnr-n Japanese servants who went down at tbe time of ibe collision ot Uie Oaeid wiiu tbe Bombay. Private telegram received Friday night from Alabama show that tbe nitution re mains tbe- same. Uu unit Tuesday, tbe law compels a vn'.e lobs 'atiea rorrtenutor. .It Is tuoujlit tht live Kepuhlican iu?iu tlvra of the House win oe unsea'ed by IerCOcrat" In cousequence of their inelig tntUD uiur tbe reconstruction act, they liavluf been federal o:lic boldera at tbe tiind of tbetr election. If Ibis be done. It will rtve a Jjtiuocaiio jOTlty ou joint ballot. Tli promiaent leuiocrte eanuldates are luue Ualuthwart, F. W. rtykes", and Col.Creasuaw, but It Is tuouabl tbat Li. Ciov. Morer wi.l be the ancceshlul man. It la true, as reported, that a num ber of Kpubllcan membeis liave ret and to suppoit Senator Warner, under aay lrcuintacce3. Tueir opposition is based upon Senator Warner's reiusai t vote lor tue fouilamenlal oodii ions In tbe admis sion of Ytrfcinla, Missi-mppl, Tezaa and UeorglJ. and tiu uiilrleudiiue'Ui to the courne of Henatota Snoiner and iMorton, as well aa bis lndorxeiucot of Andrew John son's policy. Alexander Wnite, Col. Fen- niog'ou and Judite itaraison are promi neuity named a tbe ilspnbllcau can did US. - Saturday Msai's DispaUhe?. Wreck Ibandoned An Address. f 8)nipatiiy to the Pope. New Yobk, December 30. A dis patch wasjeceived jcaterday by tbe Agents of tho liremen tv.eamship Line, stating that the hold of tbe wrecked steamer Un oa had lilJed with water, and that all hopss of savicg he had bsen abacUoaed. Tbe Union was aa iron vessel of 2,132 toi3. drawicg twenty-two feet of W4Aerch-Bi8hop 3IcCloskey, and the lii hops of hi Diocasr, recently cjo . Ited together at - llochester, ad reaolfed to framo an address f sympathy to the Pope, em oodyicg therein tbe ecotimnts of the ltortan Catholics of tho Diocese, and introducing a strong protest of th clergy and lity against the occu pstinn of Itoma by the King of Italy. The Arehbishon on his return tct the city "drrrdfiiatciy consnlted with his Counci!. To-morrow aa address is to he read to the variaaa churches aod signed fcy the c!erpy and a few prom inent laymea. Tte address oilers an avowal of homajri and obcdiencd to rr.a See of iV.er. of filial airs'- and epiritnal devotion to the Po; gym tatty in tbe affliction to bia aotru-Jt person is at presr jeet. It repudiates ani cocdei lawless irju3tica which has i the legitimate domini in t.f the I i 9 1 as a aovere gn Prince, and denounces the sacrilegious violence Tihich has brought under Captivity his sscrcd person. The address contiunes : " Jloreover. aj) citizens of the United States cf America, whose constitution and laws reoognize the liberty which the Church, has received aa an inalienable right Irotn AltnigCy UoJ, we protest against a violation of religious freedom and the rights of conscience, which has been perpetrated in tho deseorated nama of Liberty. We also protest against the invasion of tba liberty of the Choreh. in the persons of its bead, both aa an outrage against the stored prerogative of yoar Holiness, as Saprema Pontiff, and as the viola tion of a rifht which wa as Catholics pnisess. that; of being governed by a Chief, completely exempted irom, and independent of. all civl authority.' The address finally promises the con tinued faithfulness of American Cath olics to the Pope and the Apo-itolio See at all times. Tbe Case of Tcrger. WAtiBISGToN, Dec. 3. A recent letter from Jackson, Miss., fays tbat the grand jury, in July last, found a true bill against Yerg r for man slaughter. Col. Crane says tbat tbe Court bas not been in session since that time, and it is more than proba ble there will be a change of venue, and that it is somewhat doubtful whether there will ever bo a tritl or not. Eallraad Collision. Toronto, Dec Two freight trains collided on the Grand Trunk lUilroad, near Briaihton Station, ear ly tbi ifaoroing.. Three persons were killed outright and several lcjared. No eame have been received.- The trains were badly wrecked. . - - m ' A Schooner Slaabled. ... NottWicu, Dae. 3 A three-masted tfekotner. ihe 21. & K. Henderson, was run ioto on Friday n;ght by the .fame Ci"y of .Newport, la the Buubfl. ar,d ha rot IB?( N'ew J'Ooo far if-pai'- VOL. XXI. Congressmen Arrived The Message and Beporti French Minister The Frohabio Speaker. WAsnixoTON, Dc3. 3 A largo number of Congressmen ar.e already ia tho city, including soma' from the most diatant portions cf the country. From present icdicatiens there will be only a few vacant scats in both IIouse9 on Monday. . It is probable that copies of tho message wilt not be iia tbe hands of tha public before 2 o clock on Mon day. If so, early copies of the reports of the Secretaries of the Navy and War, and of the Comptroller of Cur rency, are promised lor the press in I advance of their delivery, but under ! a pledge not to be published before I tho sending of the President's mes- saga to Congres. M. Frei.hard. the new French Min- istar, ba3 received bit credentials. His reception by the President will take place early next week. M.Cer themy leaves on Monday for the North, and thence for Europe. So far as the election of Speaker is concerned, it ia believed that Speaker Blaine's chances for rc-eiection will be better if the new Congress assem bles on tbe 4'b of March than in De cember followicg, when his influence with the rid members rill not be so great as it would immjdiateiy after the adjournment or tie Forty-first Congress. It ssems certain therefore that Mr. Blaine's friends will oppose the repeal of the law providing for the assembling of every new Cong rets on the day following the adjournment of the oM one. ; Jew Ilormon Policies Irged Post master Appelated. Washington, December 3. There ia a strong feelm here against tbe ap pointment of Yaugbaa as Governor of Utah, aod an effort will be made to in duce tho President to withdraw his name Tbe President is urged to adopt , this policy towarda the Mor mons, and force them into obedience ot the l otted States laws. It is ad vised to appoint a man who will gov ern Utah with a stern, hand,, and in this connection certain Pennsylvania politicians are endeavoring to secure the appointment of Shelby M. Cullom, the present Chairman of tbe House Committee on Territories, and tho author of a very stringent - Mormon Bill., introduced in the House last session. Appearances indicite that the President intends to yield to these surgoations, withdraw Vaughan's name and adepta more stringent pol icy towards the Mormcna. - : The President bas appointed C. E. Talbott post master of Williamsburg, Virginia, aod J. G. Bitionan at Can too, Illinois- .... ... , .. .' TalertSB Lairjers Can ;fct Plmder Kecoverei. - Salt Lak. Dea. 3. A: few days since, T. G. Tracey, a?cnt for Wells fc Fargo, of this cijy, received a dispatch from Elko, Nevada, stating tbat two lawyers, named lionnii'eldt and Rand, of Elko, said to be the coun sel for Dan. Taylor, oi a of the C-P. B. R robbers, had, after a consultation with Tajlcr, suddenly left for the East. Tracy put the matter in tba hands of the police here, and they had detectives put their track, who, as soon as lijnnileldt and Bind arrived on the train, followed them west to this city, near which they were ejplured and arrested, in the act of digging up stolen treasure Two thousand dollars in greenbacks, and forty fire ounces ia gold dust, were taken from then, aod digging down fur-hc, they found iU0 in coin. They are i o r in jitl here. They say that Taylor told them whero the treasure was -hid den if tt.ey would act as his coucwcl. War Xt-ws Sifted. New Yoek, Dec. 3 A private cible dispatch says tha by sifting a vast number of confuted aod contra dictory war disra'ches. received at London, up to a late hour this morn irg, the fact is undeniable that the French f dices yesterday actually won a victory, as claimed bv them, near Orleans, but the Germans certainly repulsed tbe French attack before Paris. It is not true that the French army of the Loire effected a junction with Tioehu, though the i'russian liu"s were repeatedly successfully pierced during the engagement. The bayonet charges of the French were exceedingly brilliant. T c European Steamship Line. Philadelphia, Deo. 3 A large meeting cf merchants and others, held at tbe Exchange t ) day, appoint ed an Executive Committee to obtain $300,000 in - fcubriptiou3 to the American steam lice to Europe in order to secure an offer of the Penn sylvania liailroad Company of $100, 000, and to guarantee the bonds 'of the Company toward . building four iron steimers on the Delaware River. Great eotbuiiism wa manifested, and its subscription will doubtless be E0)n. : . i ' KxtraJlHoi of a P tHslan Imbrz ' ; z!er , Baltimore,' Dieember 3 On Wednesday last, Louis Dieble, late Burgomaster of tha town of - Katte witz, Pnusia, had a hearing before United States Commissioner Rogers, of this city, on a charge of being a fugitive from justice, for embezzling pablio money of that towo, amount ing to about $ 15,000, and escaping to the United States. The result was his remand to j ail. subject to the order of the Prussian Consul at Bil timore. under tbe extradi'ion of tbe treaty with Prussia. lie con fessed to the embezzlement at the hearing before the Commissioner. Ihefambells are Comio. Ottowa, Ost ,Dee. 3. The papers this morning contain advertisements, inviting all members of the treat Clan ot Campbell in this country to unite with their fellow clansmen in Scotland, for tbe purpose ot present irg a weddicg gilt to her Royal H'gh ness the Princess Liuina.on the occa sion of her marriage with the Mar quis of Lome. Tbe Campbells in all parts of the hmptre are invited to contribute to this gift. Pork statistics. St. Locis. Dee. 3 The Sjcretarv of the Merchants' Excbaoge here has received the following statistics of hog-killing in the Wear, np to date: St. Louis, -1J.180; game time last yar, 107,120; Cincinnati, 149,500; lasti-ear. 151 300; Chicago, 168,490; last year, 211.0tJ8; Milwaukee, 3G.500; last year, 1,700: Louisville, 102,802; last year, 111.433; Qaiooy, Ills , 2,701; last jear, 17,901; St. Joseph, Mo., 7,830; Galena, Ills., 1.038. The hogs packed here average 259i pounds, against '.' last year. Tclfgraph'f. IlAUKisuuKtr. Pa. Djo. 3 The Attorney General of Pennsylvania has been officially notified that several foreign corporations, among which is the Atlantic & Pacific Telegraph Co., of New l'ork, have entered tbat State and occupied territory, without legislative authority: Tha last Legis lature declared it to be the duty of the Attorney General to proseoute such companies. Atmtr&I Porter Denies. New York. Dc 3. A epeoial cor respondent telegraphs from Washing ton tbat Admiral Porter says he has no recollection, whatever, of ever writing suoh a letter as that published in two New York City journals yes terday morning over fcia signature. He profcoanccs tbe letter a forgery, and denies having ever' given utter ances to an sentiments reflecting againt Ge&ural Urant. L u m a WAR IN EUROPE! BATTLE OX THE MAEXE ! I 6mt Slaughter 03 Both Sides The Prussians Concentrating Etampes. at More About the Sorties fr sin Paris. ENGLAND. World ' Special. A FRENCH SCMJjrSO TP MSRBJAGk 1R R AliGED PKS8S CEXSORSH IF. London, Dec. 3. A dispatch dated Tours, the 2d, says: It was officially stated last night that one or two days must yet elapse before tbe fruits ot the movements in progress will be fully reaped. Up to" this time the most complete success has attended the successive steps taken. Every moment brings nearer each other the armies of the Loire and Paris. Marriage arrangements have been concluded between Algeron Sheri dan, third soa of R. Bridley Sheridan, and Miss Motley, daughter of the American Minister. ' Advices from Paris to date of the 30tb, says: An order has been issued to the press to the effect tbat military movements and particulars, not sanc tioned by the government officials, are not to be published uader pain of suppression. . . ISDIAS COTTON TH0M4S HUGHES ON ALA- : - t BAM A CLAIM. 'LoitDON, December 3 Dispatches from Bombay to the Cotton Growing Association in this city mention a seri ous decrease in the number of acres under c jltivatioa this year. Thomas Hughes, M. P., for Frome, Somersetshire, io addressing his con stituents th's evening, referred to the recent capture of American fishing vessels by a British gunboat. He de plored this as addicg a Iresh difficulty to tho Alabama imbroglio.. He cited his late American experience, and describes the sentiments of tbe Amer icans on these questions. He con cluded by expressing the hope that both the Alabama aod fishing ques tions would soon be settled amioably. At Birmingham, last evening, a large meeting was addressed by Messrs. Tharold, Victor St. Panoras, Rogers, Bright and others. Resolu tions in favor of m peace congress were unanimously ajdopted. The Economist in its issue of to day, referring to the German loan, saya the security is excellent, as no papulation is better able to bear a tax and none taxed so little. ISpecUU to the World. BATTLE OtTBI MA USE CREATSTADOHTKa 1BI ORRIS MS RETIRE, AH D THE I KENCH KKDltlTHIIB POSITI3N3. Los IK) -V, December 3. A special dispatch from Brussels, on the 31, says : . , . .. - , The Germans yesterday made a des perate effort to drive Duorot's army, which held all the villages -on the east bank of the Marne, from Notsey-le-Grande tn Ormcsson, back across the river. For that purpose at day lighf, yesterday.-the Twenty-Eigth Army Corps, and the Twelfth, under tbe Dnke of Saxony, and a Division of Wurtembergers, G0.000 in all, made a furious aisaolt. four columns advancing on the French position at Brie and Champagoy from tbe cast, northeast and southeast. Du crot withdrew within tha peninsula formed by a curve of tbe Marne di icatly opposite tbeBois de Vinccnne?, thus covering his flanks by the stream. As the German advanced to attack they were met by a terrible fire from Forts Nogent and Rosuy and Redoubt Arion. Tho slaughter was fearful. The German troop wavered but were soon rallied by their officers, who were themselves shot down in great numbers. The First Brigads, Second Divison of Saxon troopi tost all their officers. At noon a large column of fresh troops from Paris crossed tbe bridges near Brie, and drove the Germans some distance eastward. At 3 o'clock the firicg ceased, the French returning near tbe east bank of the river, not re crossing it but holding the bridges. The losses of both are very large. The German losses are the greatest on account of tboir sustaining the fire of the posts and attacking the French in their chosen position. None of tbe Prussian siege gubs are yet in position. It is said tbat if tbe King acoepts the crown be will assume the title of Kaiser Von frtvuen and Schirmherr Von Deirtschland, (Emperor of Prus sia and Lord Protector of Germany.) FRANCE. THE PRTX3SIAK3 CONCENTRATING. TouR3, December 2. The Prus sians are concentrating at Etampes, thirty miles south of Paris, to dispQte the advance of General D. Aurelles D'Palladines. Prince Frederick Charles has left Pithivieres. A 4CJCCTIGS 80COHT. Lille, Dec. 2. Evening General Duorot is now seeking to effect a junction with Gen. D'Palladines. XOU AIOUT THE SORTIES PROM PARIS. Tours, December 3. A balloon from Paris descended near Li Mans. It left the city on tho 1st, and brings tbe following news: The French troops kept tbe posi tion tbey took in the sortie of the 29. h and 30:h, and were preparing vigor ously to prosecute an offensive move ment. Gen. Yinoy held the position of the ereat advance with Gen. Da crot. The latter was stopped, owing to the sudden rise in the river, brought about by the Prussians cutting away a dam, and not on account cf any resistance offered by tbe Prussians. Tbe Prussians re-took Champaeny, but the French again took it. The Prussians, aod not the French, do minded a truce to bury tbe dead. The Army of tbe Loire mad a suo cessful forward movement to day. All the railro ids ia this part of the country bare ceased temporarily to take passengers, owing to the enor mous movements of troops. OLU NEWS. Ardennes, Deo. 2. A force of ono thousand Germans occupies Ab beville, in the Department ot Sum me. A German column is threatening Doullens.near Abbeville, in the same Department. Herald Cable Special. A CONTRADICTION. A telegram from Cassel, dated on the 2d, states, on good authority, that Prince De La Maskowas al leged agreement with Napoleon and the King of Prussia, never existed, nor was it contemplated. EGYPT. FUBLOCGUa WITHDRAWS. Caibo, Dao. 3. The army fur lougbs have all been withdrawn, so that, in case of difficulties arising from tbe Eastern question, the army can ba placed at the disposal of the Sultan. ITALY. Florence. Deo. 2 SiKnor Torri- ano has been appointed President of the Italian Senate. AUSTRIA. rouTiCAi. Ajsxiary. , PiSTur, Deo. 2 Biron Von Beust, Count Aoderesey and the ex Secre tary of War met the Sub Committee of tbe Hungarian diet yesterday, and stated that the political situation was serious, but tbe military situation was good. There ia great anxiety in the Kmptre, A peacef j! solution 1s prob ahle, ", . NSVIJLEE RVANSVILLE INDIANA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 18.0. Stolen Li no Hall. Bonds Turned Cp An Air to Mashln-ton Telegraph New York, December 3. About ! four months since $250,000 dollars in com and United State? toads were stolen from tbe room of the Private Secretary of the Cuban Republie. For some time no trace of tbe missing money could be found. A short time s nee word cane from California that ot.e of the bonds had been passed there, and about $9,900 paid on it. Then, again, one wa3 found with a man named Chapman, who was committed. Since then cothirff more has been beard, until Deteotive Sampson, of the:-; .brokers Uoard, to-day round a man giving the name of Capt. J. A. Pelli tene trying to negotiate for the sale of three bonds, one of flO.COO and.two of 1300 each, to M. McNeel, a broker, at No. 79 Cedir Street, for twenty cents on the dollar. A dispatch from Trenton, to day, says that the contract for building an air line railroad to Washington has been awarded to Mr. Rand, of Phila delphia, formerly Chief Engineer of the Reading Railroad Company. The annual ball of the New York telegraphers occurs at Apollo Hall on Monday evening, December 19ch. As usual a god time is expected. Tbe Atlantic Cables. New York, December 5 At. this boar, (4 P Ji ) no European dispatches have been received at the Associated Press office, of to day's date. This is explained by a statement trout the cabls authorities that tbe directors of that line in England have ordered the transmission eastwardly by the Freueh oable, of the messages accu mulated in Amerioa since the recent disaster to the English cable. Mes sages are now going forward rapidly, as the late events da France hare caused an enormous increase in the number of messages both ways, and the facilities ot the Telegraph Company, having only one wire now, instead of three aa heretofore, are taxed to the utmost. It ;s likely, however, that the eastward business will soon be cleared away, when dispa'ches will come for ward as uual, in the meantime the steamer Robeit Lowe, ia actively at work repairing the English cables, and tbe telegraph authorities trust tbat communication will Boon be re stored in that direction. Land fiodlTlded. Cheyinnk, December 3. The first lot of township plats ever made in Wyoming were, yesterday, transmit ted to the General Land Office by Dr. Silas Reed, the Surveyor General. They are for tbe lately surveyed lands along tbe Union Pacific Railroad, and this city, where twelve townships are now Bcctionized and ready for pre emption by settlers. Twelve town ships more are also seotionized alon the railroad around Wvominer an Laramie, cities in the Laramie plains, and tbe plats wili shortly be ready for Washington. - The great Iron Moun tain will soon he reached by the pub lic surveys, which the Surveyor Gen eral is pushing forward as rapidly as possible in that direction. free Torts on the Elo Grande Lec ture on Lincolc. Washington, Dec. 3. The subject of the establishment ot free ports on the Rio Grande will, at an early day of the next session of Congress, be brought before that body. Moro than two years ago, the Committeo on For e'gn Affairs of the House made a re port pursuant to a resolution ' offered by Mr. Blaine, ins tructihgv that com mittee to inquire whether the action of tho Mcxioan Government, in estab lisbing free ports at Matamoras and other points on the Rio Grande, is not a violation of the treaty stipula tion?, and unfriendly to the commer oial tights of the country. This sub ject was brought to the attention of the American Government by Mr. Plumb, when acting as Charge d'Atfiirs at Mexico, and also by Min ister Rosecrans Tbe Minister of Foreign Affairs informed Mr. Piumb tbat tbe Government has considered, and will continue to ocenpy itself in considering this subject, with th) im portance it requires; but instead of affording u remedy, tbe free zone sys tem has been extended. Mr. J. II. Littlefield, artist, will lectori on his personal recollections of Abraham Lincoln throughout the North, under tbe au.pioes ol tho Lincoln Monument Association, the proceeds to be applied to the erection of tbe monument, a The Fort of Entry Matter A Ques- tlon of Lair Personal. Chicago. December 3. It is very generally known tbat tbe recent act ot Congress, making Chicago, Cleve land. Cincinnati, fet. Jjouis, and other interior cities, independent ports of entry ba3 been practically nullified by the stringent reflations issued by the Treasury Department. In conscquenco thereof a large number of importers, merchants, and bu-iness men generally, nave joined in a memorial to Congress asking the pas ease of an act whereby the unneces sary restrictions contained in tbe Treasury regulations may be removed and the plain objoct ot the original law bs carried out. A committee of importers and merchants will go to Washington for the purpose of hav ing the evil complained of removed. A suit has been filed in the Court of Chancery by Rollin Wheeler, against the city ot Chicago, to declare fo.000.- 000 worth of bonds, issued by the Comptroller between the date of the doDtion ot the new State Constitu tion and the time of its taking effect, null and void, and also the bonds pre viously issued for deepening the Illi nois and Michigan Canal.-1 he bonds thus issued and sold are Water Lian bonds." '3ewerage bonds! River Im provement bonds, School bonds and Lasalle Street bonds. The Bill says tbe bonds were issued to evade the new Constitution and for the purpose of accumulatiog a la-ga fund in the City lreasury, to be used tor unlawful and improper purposes. ibe Circuit Court ot this county this morning decided tbat the newly elected Board of Supervisors is a le gal body until the Legislature shall provide for an election of County Com mtS8ioners, who, under the new Con stitution are to take the placa of the Board of Supervisors. Governor Campbell, of Wyoming, is in this city, a guest of Hon. J. Young Soannon. B. B. Co. Enjoined; New York, Deo.. 3. The Bergen Tunnel difficulty of yesterday, bas to day brought ou; an injunction against the Morris & Essex R II. Co., re straining tbem from making any fur ther attempts similar to that which caused such a com motion and ob structed tbe public travel yesterday.- Attempted Assassination.' Washington, December 3 Gov ernor War mouth, while here, received a telegram from Captain Myers, com mandant at tbe port of Baton Rouge, saying that an attempt had b?en made to assassinate L. Bandy, wht testified against the Baton Rooga rioters at New Orleans. Another Bethel. New York, December 3. The congregation of Henry Ward Beeoh, er'a Church, in Brooklyn, have pur chased for $20,000 buildingv which are to bo converted into Bethel No. 2. Havana, le. j The steamers Columbia and Merid sailed at nuoa for an ocean race to New York. Count Valmaseda left Saotiigi Da Cuba, yesterday, for this tify. j Sa rtdaj I , Night's Dispatches. Brie Abandoiiod Frencli- by th? 5F1; ;h tin? Along the Line or the Army of the Loire. I GambMta Reports Prdgms. Mlscfllaneoas European Inte Ifffsce ENGLAND nan AUANfiosiri et the fkexch. . T liosDja, o p. ii , dieember 1 l te i Amiens by the Germans is confirmed, fighting at Brie on briday was very se- Tbe enemy, as tiny retired, blew up vere. the Germans being exposed to a the bridge between Albert and Ach steady fire from the 1 rench forts, but eu3: to protect their retreat, at i, oclook in the afternoon the Nothing has since been heard of renenreurea, leaving Demnd u-any prisoners. Lrie, though itbacdoned by the I rench, has not been occupied by . the Germans. 1 he 1 French wounded who have fallen into the handset the t-eseiger3 refc33 to be ! sent back, to Paris. ., , AEOCT ME SORTIE rrRTHER I.ITAIt.'i. i London, Dec. 4Tbe Tribune cor-1 respondent on the 1st writes: "The sortie yesterday against the urtem- burg division, east of Paris, between tho Seins and Marne, resulted in leav ing the French in possession of the villages about the Brie sur-Marnc. The Germans atiy they must re-take these at any cost. The French at one time occupied the line on the. right and left of Or messon. They were driven back, with , heavy loss from . this, their most advanced position. The Yrur temburg troopa were supported by brigades, of the Second Pomeranian Corps, the Crown Prince's old corps, aod part of the Sixth Corps. Both sides fought hard. The French were led by dismounted officers ot high rank, and showed something of their traditional fire. Had not tbe Wur temburgers been very steady while being driven" back, and bad not the Prussians . arrived promptly, their support in the German line migbt have been broken. The French merely gained a better foothold for their future spring. Their great want is space to deploy their forces. A very hard fight took place on the same day, north of Sr. Denis. The French sallied out against the Fonrth Prussian Corps Th attack was re pulsed, and prisoners were taken, by the Prussians. The loss of tho French was heavy, including seventeen offi cers. Frederick Charles' - operations, though not unsuccessful, are much hindered by heavy roads. The army is fatigued by long marches. Io day all is quiet in the southern front of Paris. The first shell fired into the city yesterday, from a Bavarian bat talion near Chatillon, was accidental. The Crown Prince has ordered the use cf no more guns at present at such range. It tbi rench try more sor ties, there will probably be a sharp attack on tbe outlying defenses of the City. Odo Russell continues to receive the mo3t emphatic assurances of tbe neutrality of Prussia on the Eastern question. The Tribune correspondent at Pesth writes, on the 1st, that Constan tinople advices say that the Porte is likely to accept the conference, under the conditions proposad by Austria and England. ? Bra Von Betidt was before the Budget Committee of the Austrian delegation to day, aod made a peaceful address. He hoped for the realization of tbe conference ua der necessary guarantees, and ex pected tbat the unanimity of the powers interested would secure the integrity and independcecs of Turkey. He said that all uncalled for med dling with the questions concerning the reconstruction of the, German Confederation, were far from his thoughts. . - Tbe general aspect of the affa'trs of the world required the country wish ing to preserve its existence to ob serve caution and extreme watchful ness, since the cbanoes for peace wero always in proportion to its readiness for resolute, defense. A correspondent of the Tribune, writing from St. Petersburg Sunday afternoon, says Gran villa's reply to Gortschakoffe second note was de livered yesterday. It insists tbat Gortsohakoif admits by his answer that his position is wrong in law. It consents to a oonterenco ooly on the understanding that Russia withdraws her original circular, and the preten sion to the right of separate action, and bring the proposition before the conference anew, to be decided with out tbe previous pledges. Otherwise tbe Embassy will be withdrawn. The English think it is a diplomauo victory. Her position is still deli ca'e. A correspondent of the liibune telegraphs from Berlin on Sunday af ternoon, that the King telegraphs to the Queen tbat there was no fiihtipg of any moment yesterday at Paris. The French are massing iroop3 from Vincennes. During the fight of Dec. 2d, the French loss ?as 1,800 prison ers, including one General and twen ty superior officers, besides seven guns. The bombardment of Belfort bas commenced. Nothing new has been received from the Army of the Loire. - The military situation among the best informed circles ii deemed criti cal. ...... - Manteuffel has beej ordered to march to Paris. It is stated on good authority tbat Bismarck insists that he must and will retire from office unless the Con vention vti'-h the South German States is adopted unaltered. FIGHTISO CONTTNTJR8 AM. ALONG TUB ARMY OF THE I (I RE OR KM AN IKBEB3 T-OSIKO COHFIDESOE-PRIXCE CEOlfiSOS TUB SITUATION. FRANCE. Tours, Friday Night. The move ment of the Army of the Loire con tinues, and there are freqeent en counters all along the line ot the ad vance, without any marked advantage on either side. In one of them Gen. Gourris was wounded and taken pris oner. This checked momentarily the advance of the Seventeenth Corps, which, however, held its position. The morale ot tbe troops ia excel lent, and the French are cobfident of success. A second attack was made on Autun by the Prussians, and was re pulsed with considerable ioes to tbe assailants. Tbe enemy continue their advance from the north. The Gormtn leaders are losiog muohof their overweening ooufi Jence in consequence of tbe recent military events. Prince George, of Saxony, in a dis pitch to tbe King ot Saxony, states tbat Brie aod Cbampigny have been recaptured, although the Fieach brought heavy misses into action. He admits that the Saxons Buffered grievously. GAMBETTA KEPJRT3 PBoORESa TBOora TJ TBI FBOST-OLD -AB JfT AUtKBIA. Tours, December 4. Tho govern ment makes the following announce ment: - ' 1 The Army of tbe Loire bas discon tinued its forward movement, owing to the resistance of the enemy, who bas concentrated large masjes ot troops between Pithiviers, Arthonay I aod Augerville. Tbe army occupies strongly cotrenobed positrons, in which it will remain for the present, postponing the alvaucs until a batter opportunity offers. In the mean while General Dacrot, with the army which he led out of Paris, ia disen gaged, and will be able to act more freely, not finding before him the masses of the enemy, which was sup posed wore going to meet him, but. which arc really retained north of Orleans. Signed Gambktta. They are marching troops through Tours ou the way to the front in cessantly. The weather is intensely cold. Duping has rector General Bureau. been appointed Di of tbe Engineering The Generals in Algeria have been ordered to the Southern frontier col- j ony to prevent incursions by the ta- tive tribes. BRIDGE SLOWS rP-3IlNTiri'FI, MISSIS', r .r r t- T- O TV- .: - I lilLLC, acu. o a uc CVBIUUUUU ill , Ger. . Manteuffel. and there is little j j0Qbt that he has abandoned his march on the north, and is hastening ; witn an h;8 force8 to par-g. s SPAIN. .. - 3IISI5TEKXAX. . - Madrid, December 2. Senor Mo ret', Colonial Minister, has been ap pointed Minister ot-rmance ad in terim, in place of Figuerola. resigned. Senor Moret, retains the Ministry of the colonies. ITALY. A KOrAL DEPUTATIOir. Florence, December 3 A Depu tation of the Spanish government and Cortes, to tender the crown of Spain to the Dnke of Aosta, arrived here to day, and was received with universal demonstrations of welcome. TURKISH DIBf. Bucharest, Dec. 3. The report of the Minister of Finance states that the floating debt bas been extinguish ed, and that the bill croatiog a to bacco monopoly, will be submitted. Qceenstown, Deo. 3 The Cuoard steamship Algerian, from New York to Liverpool, baa arrived. ..,-,... Strange and Faiai Disease. Chicago, December 4. The city of Elgin, some forty miles west of Chi cago, is greatly excited by the appear ance of a strango disease in that vicin ity, the first case known of which terminated fatally on Friday last. The facts are as follows: On Friday week Mrs. C. Y. Daniels, a lady.twenty-two years of sga.who was married two years ago and gave birth to a child eleven months sinco. was prostrated by what seemed at first to be premonitory symptoms of the typhoid fever. She had not been very well for some time previous, but nothing serious was an ticipated until Sunday, when she was compelled to take to her bed and placa herself under medical treatment. She complained of pains in her bones and soreness in her flesh. Nothing very unusual, however, was observed until Sunday morning when the milk from her breast attraoted at tention by its dark color, it looking like tbe washing of an ink bottle. Submitting tbe milk to a microscopic examination, it was found to contain immense numbers of animalcule, different in size and shape from any human parasite of whicn the attending physician had ever seen or heard. They seemed to be bexagonai in form, longer one way than tbe other. They did not seem to bave any head, but were evidently alive, judging from, tho ' way they moved about. I heir size was esti mated by the Doctor as varying from tbe one hundred thousandth to tbe five hundred thousandth of an inch in diameter. The power cf the mi croscope used varied in size from 150 to 800 diameters, the former pow er being required to make the insect visible. They were not traobiaa, as the doctor was well acjuainted with that form of parasite, and this new kind was much smaller and of an en tirely different shape. Authorities were scached, but cone of them gave any clue by which they could be identified, and the doctor and those with whom he consulted were im pelled to bslieve tbat they had dis covered a new species of the human parasite in tho iccintime. The par tient grew worse. She suffered terri bly, and complained of soreness all over her body. Nothing could be done to relieve her. She could not bear a batb and could hani'y bear to be touched. She liagered in agony until one o'clock l M., when she died. There was some reason at first to be lieve that the parasites were the pro duct of some disease of the breast, and were confined to that locality. , The Doctor determined to test the matter, and anticipating ber death he was prepared to do so. Five minutes after life was extinct, and while the body was still .warm he made an incision in the calf ot the leg, and drawing tbe lancet tn I examining tbe moisture which covered it, be found three of the parasites, only one of which was alive They were similar o thnse in the fluid taken from the br ist. He then dissected the arteries a. 1 mus cles of the leg, including a small por tion of the surrounding flesh. The muscles - presented a granular appearance, as it covered wirh grains of sand. These grains, the Doctor presumes, were par asites. The inrestieations were con ducted by Dr. Clark, assisted by Dr. Tjrrell, and neither of them, nor any of the faculty, who have been asked their opinion, are able . to explain the presence of what they regard as parasitical phenomena, u urtner examination of the muscle will be made, and it is expected that some light will be shed upon what ia now a mystery. The 'physicians think that the parasites hastened death, if they were not the immediate cause, while some of the symptoms of typhoid rc mained.to tbe end they were aggravat ed. The pains and soreness and throb bing, and especially death, came sooner and more suddenly thaa in cases of unmistakable typhoid. The baby had been pining some time before bis mother took sick, but as soon as be was weaned he recovered his health, and is now more robust than ever. He was not weaned until his mother was confined to her bed. The Doctor reports that he examined the chilu's i blood, which was perfectly healthy. - - Catholic Protestants. . I - , J 1 . JMEW IORK, loecemner in tne various Catholic cnurcnes in tno city this evening, meetings are being held and addrcsees delivered in sympathy with the Pope, and protesting against tbe. recent spoliation of Papal territo ry. The churches were densely crowded; the proceedings were char terized by greatearnestoess and una nimity. More Dratestants. PniLADELrniA, Dec. 5. A monster demonstration was held here this afternoon, at the Cathedral, to pro test agaioat tbe spoliation of the States of the Church by Viotor Emanuel. Catholio Societies met irf various sections of tbe city, and marched in procession, with music and flags, to the Cathedral. The building was oo cupicd by five thousand persons, aod many more congregated in tbe vicini ty, unable to gain admission. Ftre Loss of Lire. ilABRiSBUau,' Pa., December 3. A fire near Marklinvilie, Pa., totally destroyed the dwelliog housa of John P.. Boyer. Mr. Boyer, his wile aod two children, a boy aod girl, aged twelve and fourteen years, were burned to death. The surviving sen. Thomas, esojpad by jumping from a window in his nightelothes. Equalisation or Railroad Rates church Sold NatlonsI Tobecco Association. New York, December 4 Pursu-j ant to the last adjournment the K a i ! J roid Convention resumed its deliber-: ationsyeslerday, nt tbe St. Nicholas) Hotel, at which ail the members were present? It ia now I elieved certain that tho object sought by tbeCon-ll vention, viz., equalization of rates will bo attained. The meetine ad journed to assemble at Erie. Penn sylvania, Monday, December-19rh, when formal agreeme&t3v which- are in the meantime to bo prepared, will be entered into. The repre sentatives of railroads do not in tend to raise existing rates. They claim that tbe scheme proposed dis penses with an immense -number of outside agencies and officers, and gives to the railroads the amounts paid them without enhancing the prices of transportation to the public. It also secures uniform rates on all trunk lines. The vote cn the foregoing propositions was unanrinous. Mr. A. T. Stewart yesterday foccjbf, at auctior.St. Anne's Catholic Church, on Eighth Stroet, near Fourth Ave nup. Tbe price paid was $130,000. Tbe annual meeting of the National Tobacco Association of" tho United States will be held at Richmond, Vir ginia, on Tnesday, December 6 h. Terrible Fire Fire Persons Burnff?, New Albany, December 4'. At about half past 4 o'clock this evening a fire broke out in the- large briok flouring mill of - Peter Mann, on State Street, and fn a very short time the entire building was in flames. The fire extended to the wholesale dry goods house of S. C. Day & Bon's, on tbe south side, and tbe hardware es tablishment of J. Loughmiller, on the north, which were also soon com pletely on fire." All three of . these buildings were burned. The contents of Day's dry goods store were mostly removed. Tbe mill contained a large amount of wheat and flour; a part of the flour was removed; but tbe wheat was all burned. The stock of Lough miller was not removed, oons sMog mostly of merchant iron, and will be saved in a damaged condition. The entire loss on tbe buildings and stook will amount to $73,000; insurance $30,000. mostly in Esstern compa nies. During the progress of the fire the wall on the northern side of Loughmiller's buildiDg fell with a tremendous crash upon a two-story frame building, upon which some ten or fifteen persons; five of these were more or less injured, none of tbem, however, very seriously. Tbe roof of the frame was crushed and the build, ing nearly destroyed; tbe fire is still progressing, but the firemen have it under eontrol, and it is not probable that it will extend any further. Opening or Louisville Canal Jud2 ments Kendered. Cincinnati, December 3. The an nouncement that the Louisville Canal will bo opened next Wednesday, though several days may intervene before boats may pass, 13 received here with great satisfaction. The total judgments rendered in tho United Stares Courts, this week, against D. V. Brown and others, on transportation bonds, amounts to over S4S.O0O. New AdvertLseinenta. ST m All HAlSf5jX.dK -AND Orcen Slrer Limestone Works . , ESTABLISHED 1818. i . HENRY H. UHLHOBN, (Successor toUliIorn & Briukroan), : Ofllse, So. lOO Main Street, WHOLKSALR AND EETAIL DEALKB in AMERICAN & ITALIAN MARBLE,' TOMB STONES, MONUMENTS, MANTELS, FURNITURE t MARBLE. &C.&C BUILDING STONE Capi and Sill . Door Sills. Lentelp, " f . Steps & Green River lim tona In Blocks, Constantly on hand. W-Tlie trad, scrolled ultli AMERI CAN aod ITALIAN MAKRUK atjd I.1MK BTUNK, PUTl lf, AClll, liOS K, CLOTH, Office So. lOO Sla'n Klrc.t. Marble and Steam Works, CORNER OK FIFTH AND SYCAMORE. dPCly KVAXSVILLE, ISO. Application for License. NOTlCe IS HKRKHT fJIVK.V, that the r.nderslgned will anply to the Board of I mmls.slonerg of Vanderbureh County for License to sell liquor iu quan tities less man a quirt, uicusl Blreei-, be tween First and liecotnl. In tha bnudina known, aa tda opera Exchange. .1. 1J. WINCHESTER 0c CO. deco-dlt,w3w For Sale. OST ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT BIAW concern, ou board tha sLearnnr T ev EcMert, on TUlfflDAV, Decern br 6, 1870, to the highest bidder, the machinery saved from the weclc or Ihe steamers Norman and Pine Bluff, cooblHtlug of Boilers. En gines, Doctor, fire Pumps, Chains, An chor, one Bell, &c , die. Conrler copy. Notice to Steamboatmen and Owners. BAKER W. REYNOLDS has recently Datenled ail Imurovemeut. to be introduced into Steam Boilers, To protect them from F.urDlne or Baz- glng. Its construction la simple and easliy adjusted. A photograph ot toe In veil lion can be seen at P. HOKNBROOK'S, IT. H. Surveyor of Customs. Water Ht., or W. O. BnO WN & CO.'S Boat Btore, Waier Street, Iiwill Rive to any one Hteaicboat in eueh District tbe Right to use the sedluient Agitator, Or Ecalk Pbopelikr free of charge, by notifying me of trjose wanting to nse the improvement: also a description, or tie macblne, and bow it is applied. Address Box 10 S, EvansvtUe, Ind. B. W. REYNOLDS. Evassville, Dee. 2, 1S70. decJ AMUSEMENTS. MAR LETT'S HALL. Tuesday Evenirg, Leclura Decembar 6th. by ISAAC iA. XIV 'IAN. SUBJECT "t'CIKNCE, A!T THB KFsXT or CATKoLiciax on Bo;isty." He will also read a part ot "MAZEPPA." "Mr, Ionian discloses the immortality of tbe soul and the Discoveries ot soieooa, as brilliant aud luteaiglble aa 'D wue;'s Proverb i."'Cinc ninti UovuneiciuU "Mr. Inmao U'a fine Elocutionist," Cincinnati Ctroniela. Admisslou 5j cents. Tickets for aaia at tbe I'ostOfflofc News Btand and at Moott's old staod, ourcer ilaln and Seoond Ptreots Doore open at 7 ; to couience at 8. decJ 41 Post Offlje t'aroer shop. I HAVE SOW Sl'Cl'EEUEO IN securing the services of -two of the boat Berbers iu tbe Wesieru country, aod arr now prepared to do as good work as any In the ci y. lbere shall ba no lac on my part nor on the part of my mea to nlve sa lHfaci'jon to all win may favor me with a call. J. U. GLENN, dec2-lmd . Proprietor. : FANCY GOODS 1 TOYS, NOClONd. MUJIU.IL WAKE. New Noveltlee, Ac , for tha Fall trade, wholesale and retail, at tho old stand, No MftlJ Hi. OflS-HuJ A. U. i'USHfciS, ESTABLISHED. 183, holiday SCHAPKER. BUSSING FFEIt A'LAEGE St LKCTIGN OF SriTABLS GOODS FOR ffii?DfcQ8 11 a in and JMaIii linwl from HO els. to CI BROCHE SHAWLS from $7 to $100. lJniseley SIiixwl FANCY SHAVLS from $5 to $250. BLACK1 AND Japanese' bil (OF ALL COLORS AND SHADES.) IRISH AND MOHAIR ! DEESS; Cheaper "tlmiij SILK VELVETS, ' - VELVETEENS and - PLUSH CLOAKi: ,,.VJEIirrE.I312:i XX&I2AX3. COVERX,IIS FHOI2 OS CO HO TIIK LATTER MADE TO OUR OWN ORDER, ONE CP WHICH WILL WEAR LdNOER THAN ANY OTHER TWO -. 1 . IN THE MARKET. WHITE SX-u.TKS'e. OJEITP BLAISTKETS & COLOEED BrAISTKETS A t all Pricoti. -TABLE-'CLOTHS, NAPKINS' AK.D Handkerchief;, Collars, ''.a: ' ... ' ; Xifice Collars and feii?i Hoods, IVnlins Sc Comforts. THE 13 EST 1 KID G LOYEC. ' Also other Gloves nutl Hosiery IN ENDLESS ASSORTMENT AND VERY CHEAP. CHIGNONS, COILS AND MOHAIR SWITCHES ia all staJc?. L ADI ES'. II ATC BON NE TST an d ' MILLINERY generally already trimmed or trimmed to order on short notice. A nice assortment of JET JEWELRY, of good luality not the kind usually sold at 23 conta a grnb. All tha best makes of DOMESTIC UOODS at tho lowest pricei. ' Schapker, Bussing ii Co,, LARGE KLTAIL AND novis-ljanl TAX l.fci .TOTICE Is hereby given that the Tax o receive the taint X thatl am ready to showsthe rate of taxation In tha different NAME OK TOWtMHlM. City ol Kvan-.vtlle Pigeon Towneulp , Kulglit Tawni-lilp... Scott Township Arnisl- in,t Township.. Perry Township...-.. Union T wiiship. ........ Centre Township.... Oerman Township i'co Tax. Por every Male Do, tl O0: lor every Female Doe, 12 10; and for every ad ditional Male or Female Dog S-'.W). dec 5 3wdAw. JLs. Xiifffciei Jr.. Commission Sierchani, SOLE AGENT O XI I O Xt. I -V E Ji AMD Kanawha Salt Companies, No. 19 NORTH WATER STREET Evansville, Indiana. mt Orders and Consignments solicited fll A A HAT. LLOYD'S Patent Re cJfsrU volviog Doable Kteel-Piala Maps ol AiUERIC A and EUROPE, for lWl.show lng irora ocean too ean; Stx.AJ inches large, 1th the United (stale County Map oa reverne side with l,0ou,0t0 names. Price, mounted, only SI: Sbeeis. oOcts. UK) copies a day sold. Lloyd made all tho Map u ed by Oen-. oraut, oiocieiiaD, Bbermau, buer ldan. c. during the war. Hend uionev and see Maps flrxt ; if not sold, taken bade on demand. Box 4,540. E. L.LOYI). ia) Broadway, New York. novUMliL,wl SAW MXXIi. X8TAB LISHKD ItT I84S.1 JOHN -A.. REITZ, PROPRIETOR OF TUB SAW MILL At the Mouta of Piajeon t! - Llvan&villft, Indiana. Manulacturer and Dealer In all kind tI Poplar, Oak, Ash, Gum and Walnut Lumber, Lath and Shingles. Hr Orders left at Kelt A Haney's Foun. dry will l- promptly attended to. tuau ly Bit ASS rOUIIDEIl, JOHN IYIKS0N, BRA 3 ?02NDI I UD K SHE2 ' steim ana Cas.plpe Fitter, Manufacturer and Dealer In Steam and wator Uanaea, Bpeiter and Kabbitt Metal, and all Articles apper - tatnlng to a Brasa Foundry. 8TEAMB0AT A3D GKXZSAL CLACK SMliaiSQ, Water Street, bet. Fine and Leet. EVAJraVIIXK, IHD. aroiuta paid toy old Ooaosr n Rta COAX! CO AIi! UO TO THE CORNER OP MAIN 4 WATER ST? Where youcau ba aupplled with an art), cla or welt cleaned COAL at lowaat price. or ' Hi I4T:. ' V7APJIE2, Cf " f Y Y"" ir.ir. r i i v - "KNABIi" IIAN03, . "CZZZIZILIZ" PIANC -v Ac3 cr.0A!;.j pixes-eiix: anil 9 "Ml iwW V Au ' a ji L from MS to ti a- i FANCY Li. -AS I G-OODS! Eror'B?rorfc. covero : HOILXEfJ. WHOLESALE DEALERS. Ifoa. 47 anil 49 SIAIN STREET. FOR l?-i70 . Duplicate for 1S70 is now in my handjj, and hereon charged The following tuio Townships oa e h S.uJ Taxable Property 2 2- 3 10 2 c i Id 2 Sill ty.i 1 r, 1-2 ( i M 2 &VJ ft ;io B:2!... B'l'll... ,10 lbl li!...a 4it 60 IMlH:2 6 J 1J 15 101..,; 2 (..I Tax-psyert areiiueted to call and et tle as early as pot stole, aud avoid penal ties and oust. F. irKKEXItriVES, Treasurei VanuerburKU County. 8ale of ValaaJjle ilacSJnsrj FROM THE. WRECK OF THX Steamer City cf EvansYilla. THERE Hr. I,0 AT IIJB- 11c Auction, it KvH;-Vi, , lDt:: h. Dtrember 10th, Is" J, at 10 o'clock A H., lu following valuabl j machinery r-ovt-rt-1 from tbj i-.lty ol Evansviiio, to-wit: ENGINES, BOILERS, SHAFTS. PUMPS, And mlacellanco is Machlnoiy, ing of Brass, Copper and Iron. The attention of Steamboatmen la par ticular is speciall.' called to this sal, as the greater part ot the property is iu ... i condiUon, partlcn ariy trie Vv r..; -. t iron Shafts, the Uotlurc aud Pumps, inaie ii tlve. Ikhms OF SAtk. One-hall cash; bl ica In thirty days, wl h approved Kemirit jr. For further infor rnaiion, apply to oi ad dress V. UAKh ti, k.. t. VAN RIPER, Comndttewof City CxiuuciU EvASSviLl.a, De i. a. !;.;. lec,J-tJ TRANS PO aCtWiO :Z Stjar' UNION, Allontowii, ITatioii:xl JLiucs. or ncx ix 1I.1I.Xi Dnr.DL,(J No. 9 IIA IN CTr.EET, Evansvillo, Intlianix E. w! PA1SICIT, Ascsr. IjElV 2fl:iyl THE ESID1L CUAIICEU. ESSAY 3 FOl YOUNG Great Social iivili as?. Abases, Which luterero ith MARRI .0 U, vi: f sure meaus of rel ef for tue r : and VJnIortuaae, dlsetawd cd tlfliim!!, tient lu wealed iniler eoi-fiDces, f-te ft Charge. Addrtris jluWAKU "A.Nlf EV AID AS?OCI.VC N, No. 2 Btutrt Kia'.a bU, Phiiadeiphia. ta. v i i- , . , 1701 !salo TTAHJABIE i VI I Il.'a ItlfS, ctr- aujolnlug Cook 4 .lyc-amore euntui, P-.ce's ljeery, s.i a bargain. Also two U!c co taees lat;,irvia'H A t J tiou, aui ue iu b uiufru k.um ragmen i, A11 a nu oilier f wli-itujnovei ijmi in Southern liimrt, by WAK-tKN MATTiso novi3-3tn iUl'iiii, ja