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UK 3D IT, DECKMBZR C. 1SQ. Financial and Commercial. FISAXCIAU The coarse of the money market lis not changed much from the stringency noted In oar last. The demand la still active. The forthcoming report of Secretary Bou'. we' 1 1 anxiously loosed for In financial circles. A Wo tb wmi-tDDUil dividend. All have tiieln fl-ct oc themorey market. Kichanjc t u New Yoik In lu bt't tr sup ply, l.uylt;; par toil cents rer $!,'X0 dis count st;:iu; cd II 50 per 11,0 V premium Ure:niiui.t tioudd have Is ml a i tely matkf. H e p.iHi if. Tue lrar.se:iins la Hum hive tte: larger Ihau usual, the present low rate lucnciuj C ipilsli-t-f to luve I. BAKC1BII rUD3. IT. S. Treasury Motes. Is" atloual liana; Notes. Tue ltiitwuii quoun:otiii are from UiO OS! x ol Itie lt"r(irtnl.s' Na'Jdual ISaufc: CKOUKKI-ST, Wtata Ban of Indiana -10c ills. State Ban, or Oliio-..-. K'c " Indiana Kreo Bai ..u to d.s. Kaslern Bank Note...... Wlo iic " Mlaaoarl .lic " iisien' Usui ot Tenn . ;uc Ualou B.nk .... .MKS Other Tennessee Banks o to " Virginia, orlh and SoulU Carolina, liooraia. Alabama aad 1 ..... li) to te U ELN ERA I. KEMARK3. A general dullness perds hasiness throughout the city In mny branches, the sale bsln I confined chiefly to those - made by traveler, dome excellent sales of booU and shoci liavefjseu made t several nonaea daring the week, but ou the whole trade can only b called dail, while collec tion! are so slow at to cause general com plaint. Dealers report no changes in groceries, drugs, produce, grain, build ing material er metals, and very slight changes In anything else. LEAF IOBACCO. The receipts are still very meagre ; a few sales of lugs are reported for the present week, at from 4 to 8 cents per pound, boy era being very eager, nd competition run ning verj ilgb. PORK. Notwithstanding the warm weather of the past week, packing has gone on at a tolerably lively rale. A. II. Foster has cut. Inns far, 1,1X0 hogs; Akin has cut 1,533; Elliott A Son OU, and John Gavlsk about fifty, making the total this season, say 4,000. Foster and Akin killed yester day, and Elliott A Son kill to-day, about four hundred In the aggregate Xor two days, the prospect for cold weather mak ing packers a little better inclined to ope rate. The number thus far killed and cat, although leu than for the same time last year, la In proportion to the opera tions elsewhere. DBY GOODS. liROWS SHKETisod. Atlantic A, 13.:; blark A, 12c; Angnsta and Med fords, tie; Cannelton, U sheetings, MJic; Can nellon G. W. sheetings, HKc; Lawrence E, 11c; medium sheeting, 11c; Valley, 7;c. Dress Gooes Wool Delaines, so&5e; Fancy Delaine, 133 20c; Amures, 20c; Oriental Lustres. axifJOc. Pkists Merrlma; W, 13c; Merrlmac D, at U;c; Spragm-a Uc; Aahford's 10c; aimpson's 11; American, at 11c; Dan ael's, lie; Amoskeag, 10c; Lowell, lik; Troy, 7c. Tickings -Cones toga Extra 4-4, 25 a; Uold Medal, 4-4. 21c; CT 4-1, 19e;CG A 7-8, ISc. MlSCKUJUf socs Skirt Braids, G3c ; Coat's and Clark's Spools, 80c; Green A DnlerSi'COlH,I0c;2-bushel BagsTJiJlSc; 3-baah Bags, 50365c; 3-busn Bags, 60.3 6jc; Ralejgh Skirts, (13 0 per dozen. PEOVI3IOS3. , Mesa Pokk Sew IIS 30. Bacon None In market. I; true Mkats Shoalders 8j; clear sides Lard By the tierce l-.'-ic; in keg Ho. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. (Jkaxh Wheat Receipts better and ful ly equal le the demand with prices station ary. Quotations are, 90J1 00 for Mediterra nean; Si 03ai 05 for good English, according to quality; fl (531 10 white. Om Is in better demand at 40al5c for new In ear from wagons; there Is no shelled coming to market. OaU, demand .improved; 45350c -in new burlaps; from wagons loose, 353 4jc; receipts liberal. Bye, demand li fall ing off at t5aTic per bn&hel. BarUy, 80a85e for new.' according to quality, and very j dull. - - " I Fiodb Very dull acd prices stationary at last quotations, viz.: New white wheat flour Ki 006 25; choice extra 15 50a5 75; extra 14 24 i Corn MkW-Klln-drled S3 Cii 25 per barrel , and IM: per bn-liel; demand moderate and supply liberal. , HAT Baled, tlVijie per ton, according to quality ; very aall. Loose, demand mod rale at (lOalU. supply liberal Bias-Is hiild at 112 (CiU per ton. de mand improved. ' HHipsTura lu g-xd ddinand at 12225 per ton. - Halt Dull. Small barrels at 12 25, and large H 75 per barrel, adding actual dray age. Grmsre? New stock rcsewed is held at lJ20c; good quality of second-hand Id at 15 Ibc, and dull. - Sato-There 13 very little demand. Flax Heed. II ii3t 75. according to quality. Timothy Heed, tl 5&350J per bushel, and dull. (jEts APFI.I3 Dull; the market Is stocked, prtucipaliy with Western New j-ork apples, which aie selling at from 12 to ti per bbt; choice quaUlleH only bring the latter figures in small quantities. FoTATOia la very liberal supply at 75a 8iC per bushel. LlMOSS Better demand and supply 1m pioved;t73SpTbox. " ' - White Eeaxs Plenty at II 50al 75, and only in moderate demand. ' Druec Fruit Dull; Peaches 12 5033 10 for qu&rterc, and ti 00 S3 M for halves, per buahel. Apples 11 75.32 00 per bushel. Osiosa 12 7j per barrel; 75caSl 00 pexbnahel. Demand lmproviuf, supply light. Broom Cobs Plenty In the market at JWJ'V) per ton, and very dull. rxATHXBa 70075c per pound for live Beeswax. 53SJc per lb, according to qoallty. Butteb Nice rolU, 3U3l0c; common,' 2U 325c; supply very lrrejeutr; quality more BO. Eooa Have advanced to 20220 per do en; scarce and in good demand. LIQUORS. The following are tbe quotations for Jobbing trade. Bills for wholesale dealers in large quantl Ues belug filled at propor tionately lower rates:. WaiaM-Sew copper distilled II 50.3 2 00 ; one to two years old f J 0033 SO ; recti JlddS0c3!103; domestic Bourbon and Rye, SI 2o 32 OU. Cirr's best elht year old, tS 00. Highwises Patent Sis; old process 8 ic. BRAXDY Domestic tl 00; imported en 50.312 00. am Domestic fl Stl'J OJ; lmpcrtej 13 50 7 00. WiJCE Domestic Port II 5u; imported KiiatiW. lie porta I Sherry li 3J. 00. BrrTEBS Carr's Taa nessee -Hoy IS W per doz. BUILDING MATERIAL. Prices remain firm at quotation, viz.: Bash, 5c to lie per light; Doors t3 25 to f 1 50 each ; Blinds, ti 2504 00 per pair; White Lead. 19 SO to 113 60 per 100 los. Flaater, f 1 00 75; Lime, 11 10c to II 20: Cement. 12 2S2 50. Gr-Aas 6X8 to 8X10 Glass 13 504 25: 8X11 to WXIS do it 50a5 00; 11X11 to 12X18 do 15 5 LoM Zi per cent, dlsconnt. DRUGS AND MEDICINE. Alcohol, 8 per ct. 12 0J by the bbl ; Lard oil, winter strained No. 1 II 2J ; No. 2 11 15; Coal oil 27c; Castor oil 12 2); Linseed oil DSC all ; White read per 100 lbs. 19 00(312 60; Hoda.Englian6c; American 6c : Opium. 10 a); U3lol9 31 a 2 Si; Morphine fj 73; Balsam copaiba 9J.S1 Ow; Altai stead's asne tonic V do t! SO; Cloud's In vigorating cordial V doz 18 00; old Ken tacky bitters, yt dor 17 50. SHEET AND BAR IRON. Firmer; common bar iiiVi round and aauareS34aSJc; horse shoe 5Jiatfe: heavy band IJ4a4iV4; hoop and light band 6allH; oval Satire; half oval and round, 5!4a7c. Sheet iron, ti to 22, 6c ; do21 to 28, 654aic; do27 l'iHsan sheet, Noa 10 to -17 5Vic D It. ; No- IS to Tl, ttc ; N'oi. 21 to 28 S4c; No. i7. V,.. Chareoal to advance kov. rates. All sheets over 3 inches wide. Me pe' tra. TIN PLATE AND TINNERS' STOCK. lu Puatb I. C, Wkl 111 5 X. LL 10x14 114 VJ. I. C. Hx3J I'- ! a., lixao Ha SO. Koofiko Tu L C., 11075. I.X..IU75. torm-Sheet Xie; bott-jmslOo; metallic bottoms 28c Blocs Tut -Pigs 40c; h ats iSc; solderjlc Lean Pissf-: Dr - ' Zauo Cask llXc; sheet 12c;lab 12c HIDES AND LEATHER. ' HIDES- Dry flint i"o pe' poand; dry aalUd 1j18c; green 7 3. Demand falling off. Leather HaruoMj-Sc; sole, oak, 40c; Bpant-h VmZIc: Buffalo slauihter a.0e; ' calf, French. 11 7"2 00 per p mnd ; domes tic tl 2jt "; couiinou kip 70cll Ol pr ponoJ ; uppr 5a U pir dosan. i . MAN U KACTUKKO IOBACCO. Dirk Tens 65c; bright Tens 75oS0c; bright Virginia, pound, halves and quarters, 90cJl 10. GROCERIES. CorTKi-Ulo, common 185al9;;c; falr20V4 k21Xe; prime 21a2lXc; choice 21ia22c; La;nyra Sla2;Jc. Java, old Government, 30n32c; Imitation, 2Ca28c. Sugar Cuba 12al3c: New Orleans 12 al i'-c; Demarara l:iai:pa and firm; Extra C Italic; A coffee 14alc; B coffee 14allc; hards ll.'ialic; hard powdered and granulated same. Teas Black Souchong flOaSl 00; Oolong (1 COil 25. Green Y-uni Hyson 1 25al 5J: ImperiulSl 25al 50; Gunpowder $1 51 53; Hyson $1 2.'al 50. Molasse-1 New Orleans choice 73aii0c; New Orleans prima 70a7;c: sorghum 45a5J; white drips 8Jas2'-i ; Slewar 'snyrupSOaSic; s lverdrip7oaS0c; bte hive 72!a75c. Can'jlbs Full weight 20XiIc;14 os weight 16aI7o; light weight lial5ts. CAlfDY Slick and Barber Pole lUJ317o. Fish Mackirel, No. i, la bbis 813 CO; In half bbis S7 OOj.7 50; In kltts tl 4Jal 50; No. 2. la barrels J15al5 50; lu half bbis 17 5J aS; In kitU SI 63al 75: No. 1, in bblsS24 00 aTS; in half bbis 112 00al3 CO; In kltts 12 GO a 75. Ccd fish. In good demand at 0 50a 7 50. White fish, half bbis 17 50a3 00; kltts 12 00a2 25. PotoniacnerrlDg.il 50 In kltts; rJ 00 in qaarter barrels; 15 UlaO CO in half barrels. Her: ing, hox 65a75c. Starch MaJisou 7a7Kc; Erkenbech er's 7Xa3c ; Crystal ll.a!2c ; Corn 11)4 12c. Soap Palm 6.i6ic: brown eraslve 6a 7c; yellow eraslve 7a7Jc; olive 9a9c: Germaa mottled 9Kal0c; German plain Cottons Yarns 700 12;alJc; X) 1!c;50J16a164c;4001Sa1S14c. , . ' . BATTINQ-No. l.'.jiiCo; No. 2, 2ia22c. Carpet Chain White 85a3rte; colored 45a48c ..'-; Cheese W. B, 14al5!; Uaraburg 15X 16c; choice factory IGJal7e. Tar Carolina bbis H 50sa 00; Carolina half bbis S3 75a 1 50; Carolliui' kegs G0a51c; pine, in kegs 47a50c. VlNXOAR Bbis 17 508 SO. Rice Carolina choice 94alOc; Rangoon 9a9J. NArxa-10pto20pW2j;8pei 50:6p H 75; 4pt5 00;3pKJ 00;10p fenoe 84 25; Hp fence II 50; spikes, 5 to 6 inch 14 50. WOODEN WARE.: Buckets Oak 12 25 a2 S3; half oak 12 25a 2 35; No. 1 well buckets S3 C0a8 50; No. 2 do 17 50a8 00; red eedar, two hoop 110 50a 11 00; red Iron bound 13 50a7 03; red half iron bound 15 50a6 00; red brass bound IS 50a9 00; sugar buckets, rack II 25a 4 50; ball buckets, rack S3 00a3 25. . Tubs No. 1S1I OOall 50; No. 2 tubs 110 CO alO 50; No. 3 $8 50a9 00; nests, eight 4 75a 5 CO; nes's, three 13 01 CHCRsa White pine, 18 to 20 inches 19 OimioeO; painted pine, 18 to 20 inches (12 5013 00; red cedar, 14 Inches 815 00a Id 00; red ee-lar. is Inches 117 00al8 00; wwa ooaras 1- tijai t . Coopxragk Whisky barrels SI 50 each; iron uuunu wnisay iu; nour DarreiS i. MONEY CANNOT BUY IT I For Sight Is Priceless!! THE DIAMOND GLASSES, VTAHtPACTCRED BT 3. E. SPEN 1!L t'EK A CO.. New York, which are now offered to the public, are pronounced by all the celebrated Opticians of the World to be the MOST PttBFKCT, Natu ral, Artificial help to the human eye ever known. They are ground ondor their own snper vlslon.from minute Crystal Pebbles, melt ed together, and derive their name, "Dia mond," on account of their hardness and brilliancy. The Scientific Principle on which they are constructed brings the core or centre ot tbe lens direetly in front of the eye, producing: a clear and distinct vision, as in the natural, bettllhy sight, and preventing all unpleasant sensations, such as glimmering and w avert do of sight, dizziness, Ac, pecottar to ail ot bers in nse. Tney are MOUNTED IN THIS FINEST MANNER, In frames of the txwt quality, of all materials used for that purpose. THEIK FI.MSII AVO DUBAIUL IT V cannot be Kurpwised. CAUTION. None genuine nnless bear ing their trade mark stamped on every frame. L. BITTROLFF. Jeweler and Optician, Is the Hole Agent for Kvansvilie, Indiana, lrom whom they can be obtained. These goods are not supplied to Peddlers, at any rrte ( v2rt-l v -C-C- Corner of Fonrth eni Locust St?, EVANSVILLE, Is prepared to (Jura, Straighten, Retoo'n and perform Repairs on RA We of every description. All repair warranted to be well done. Jn connection with this, he will receive orders lor Large or Small CIRCULARS, of tbe best English Cast Steel, at the lowest market prices. All Saws sold toy me warranted. Saws filed and set. Particnlar attent ion paid to gommingaod straightening large Circular Saws. Orders from a distance promptly attended to. Address P. O. Box 211, Evans ville. Ind. novia-lm CLOUD'S CORDIAL. THE GREAT AGENTS IN o Jt O XJ X O XJ CORDIAL. For the Bload; PHOSPHORUS (Combined) For tlia Narves WILD CHERRY For tlia Stomach and Lungs BLOODROOT For the Li"er: MANDRAKE FQr the Eowels ; VIL,I POTATO For the Kidneys aad Bladder ; GOLDENSEAL For th. Macoia Surfaces ; - A OOXBIXATIOa ' t Uiiequaled in tlie World Kor tb diseases so common to thlschange hie anil tienininting nMrnate. lyl U cky Mountain Gobbler. L.SEELEY, The Great BO O KY Jlountain H May be found at ; I the corner 01 Third & Locust- All kind of BOOTH and SHOES made to order, and to tbe aatlsfaction of all. As for good fitting, ha cannot be surpassed in tbe West. Uive blm a call. IDS DeHfc Ol IPWJ'inww ouuu uu ouw. oct7-ly " ' - i n n K. HEATH'S manv Tears' ex I J nrlnce in coring the debilitated and diaeaed disclosed the startling fact tnat tbree-fonrtbs of tboe antrering with Dy. pepria, Nervous Debility, Jtxhaiuted Vitality, Vuntumption, Cancerous Affections, JHteatt of the Liver. Eoilrysy, jraratynt, ana ease of the Kidney "" f iaaaer. were hv and conld only be eared after caring them of S-mintU Meahnete. His immense practice has made his treatment as near perfection a possible. Hidt of bis patients bad paid from I00 to ttijm for medicine and treatment before seeing him. No better proof that patlenta can. not be cured without a searching exam ination or all symptoms and complica tions, nd scleutiao tre tlineut by an ezpe. rlenced pbyslclnn. Tlu-e st a dittaoce can be cured at tbdr homes without aa Interview. Advice frre at 710 Broadway New York, 'there are many nnsuooeiis ful nhveiclans. Dr. Heath will merely say he is tue author of two elaborate works ou Mallduu and Hurgery and one fin l-iieiUMiata- . if 11 - - f "r " Y '' INaURAHCJE. FIRST-CLASS INSU&AMCE LQRILLARD IliilB CflHPlY 152 Broadway, New Tork. CasU Atseis, - 1700,000 mnis sTcuLisiu m:w tobk X, Company, wltti its Million Dollars Capital, and ueirly a Mi i lion Huiplus, Known In EVANSVILLE FOR IIS EQUITABLE RATES, FAIR DEALING AND PROMPT PAY MENT OF ALL LOSSES, Offers to lnsrre all c:aves of risks aalcst At rates as LOW as any other Company of its class. Pork Packers Are Invited to call and see onr low and revised Tariff for 1870. C. li. DREW.Agr., NO. 3 MAIN BTREET, novl5-lf EVA.XSTILLE, ISO. . Life Association OF ALLEN C. HALL0CK, District Ag't. PARENT OFFICE, St. Ionia, Mo. EVANSVILLE DISTRICT. OFFICE No. 4 Nortb First St OFFICERS : J.8. JAQUES3. Pretidmt. W. E. FRENCH. Fice President. ALLEN C HALLOOK. Secretary. CHA3. DEN BY, Attorney. Q. B. WALKER. M. D.. Medical Examiner. EX SC0TI VE COMMITTEE : C.Clement, James Steele, O. B. Walker, M. D., H. O Babcoc.t, W. E. French, P. Semonln. J. Q,. Miller, Each of the following named gen'lemen, Trustee of tbe Indiana Department, holds a policy in tbe Association for the sum of ti'J.tvu. KVANSVILI.B. G. B. Walker, M. D., Allen C. Hallock, H. O. Babcock, Charles Denby, M. A. Hbenard. W. K. Frenob. C. Clement, G H.Hcbmlts, Hiram E. Head, P. Semonln, J. Q. Miller, John H. Morgan. Wm. W. Morean. Ueo. L. Dixon. Jno. J. Slnzlch. LmlsTODf. J.H. Jaquess, I.Haas, N. B. Hayward, K. U. Machen, K. H. Babcock. Cbas. Lons. James Steele, . Joseph Turnock. Francis J. rteitz. It Is a do rely mutual Association, in which all the profits are divided equitably among the members, and no part of them absorbed by Stockholders. For this reason it can insnre at lower rates, and pay larger dividends, than any Western or Southern COMPANY. ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Agent, No. 4 Nortb First Street. PatronJz) Western Institutions! Evansville Branch. American Central INSURANCE COMPANY, Authorizad Capital, - - 110,000.000. CENTRAL OFFICE, ST. LOUIS, MO. M. J. BRA Y, Preiident. ALL EX C. HALLOCK, Manager. LOCAL DIRECTORS. H. O. Baecjck. M. J. Bray, D U. lanpheab, Fbsd. W. Cook, AATH98Y KKH, A w.Cabpcnteb, WM. F. NlriBKT. K. U. Van Kipkr. Louis Topp. D. C. Kkllkr. Wm. m. akin. Ueo ZciutAor James K. Minoh CiEO. H, bT.)CKWKLL,liIBAM K. WELLS, ALLEN C. HALLOC K, J NO. J. SlKZICIl, R. S. TENNEY. II. M. SWEETSER. B. K UILBERT, ' JAS. L. ORR, C. II. MYEH1IUFF, CAT LIN Pkkston. L. KOFFSEB.jr., T. J. MOLLISOSWOKTH. OTHER STOCKHOLDERS. TTT QMl.n rnr a"hal TJiKaaaIt 0ml L. Curnlck, Frank D. Allen, Peter Frick, Herman Engle, Daniel Moraan, Francis Mobr. N. F. Carr & Co.. li. J. Day. Peter Gtro;rer, Hiram E. Read, Topf, Long A Ce., CT. Jenklnr, J. B. MeHker, C. H. Kellogg, Jacob Sinzicb. R. M. Martin, John Shank- tin. John Heat?. E. C. Mlnent. Uebhart H. ScbmitP. Frank D. Cald well, 8. U. Evans, Kicbard Raleigb. K. H. Kellogg, George M. Gardner, W. E. Holilngswortb, Osborn Reuiy, isaao j&een, reter water, wm. w. Morgan, l.u. Berrldse, j. Adam Miner, Valentine Dietrich. Geo. A. BittroIU. Ed. Bcetticher, John J. Roach. BRANCH OFFICE, Ao. 4 North first btreet, , EVANSVILLE, IND., ALLEN C. HALLOCK, A Kent. . A. COOKE l5 CO. WE HAVE JUST OPENED A fall and complete line of LINENS, WHITE -ARD- -- Jbaxncy Goods ! : iPLANNELS! ISlaulicts, Towels, Napkiru, Se. We Invito the attention of Ladles pnr- j chasing IUiiilioiclor,ies , AND LACES, To oar NEW & BEAU TIF DL STOCK Wblch, as to liilesraiice of Icsigrn ... . AND MODERATION IN PlilCKS, Cannot' be surpassed west of New York At No. 10 First St.,abo7e Main. novl-Jm LAW CARDS. J. G. UOLLIN'GSWOIiTII, Attorney at Law, Will Dractlce In all the Courts In tbe city rod adjacent counties; also in tbe U. B. uouris. umoe ou luua street, near ins Uouit Houses novtt iim WM. F. PABRETT. LUK1 WOOD. PABKETT & WOOD, Attorneys at L a-AV, OrrtCE Corner Third and Locust Sis.. EVANSVILLE. IN1. Will practice in all tbe Federal and State (Jotiris. rarucuiar aiieniion given to 001 lections. novi-am W. P. HAEBxlAVa, ATTORNEY at LAW Office on Third Street, in Washington Hon e Bioca. Will Dractlce Tariona OonrU the Clronlt. Frompt attention given to basin MM?. - - : - I W. FRED. SMITH, Kvauavllie. 1 (Furiucnr i um t ". ruckeb aiiirii, Attorneys at LaAv, North side Third u, Dei. main x juocust KvanaTiiie. mama W All business promptly attended to, Will have legal connections for Collection! tuUlaa., Ky., Tenn., Lid., UU, Ala. oci am ti tm-rl New AdTertiserapnt. DRAYTON, 7 Barclay Street, New York, Commission Merchants for tbe sale of Poultry, Game, Butter, Cheese, Kms, and all kinds of Country Produce. Weekly prices current and marking plates free to shippers. Flrtt-class references tarnished. Tlxe Best Paper, AMD THE . ISest XiidnceiuentH! 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Free from the rigors of Northern Winters, exempt from Throat Diseases. Vineyards and or chards in full bearing. For descriptive gampblet, address, wltn stamp, J. C. DER Y, Augusta, U. OIL PAP" THOMAS, IjruE HE Bo. should sold by all Agents. H Apply soon. ll.VY.LAtt- Pnbllshers, On. O 10,000 Canvassers Wanted. We want the name and address of a a yonng lady or gentleman in every school district In the Unified States to act as an agent for as; business light, wages good. ana no capiiai required, oena us your name and address at once, enclosing three cent stamp for return postage, and receive printea instructions. Aaaress u&tue.iiAbW9uu., Marietta, unio ROYAL HAVANA LOTTKtiY. Prizes cashed and information furnished by UEO. UP HAM, Providence. B. I. (knC A. WEEK NALABTl - Yonng O (J men wanted as local and travel ing salesmen. Address (with stamp) K. II. WALKER, 31 Park Row. N. Y. f O n f PER HOSTH to Agents tpWc If .15 entirely new articles. ta- jie as iiour. oKmpitn irec. liaiau L'ON, 88 S. Halstead sU Chicago. TJSTCHOMASCI, Any lady or gen- lleraan can make S1.0J0 a month, se cure their own happiness and independ ence, by obtaining PSYCHOMANCY, ASt'lflAHUa, or SUUL CUAttMiiU. 4C0 pages; cloth. Full instructions to nse in is power over men or animais at will, bow to Mesmerise, become Trance or Writing Mediums, Divination, Spiritual- , Aicnemy, r'ntiosopny or umens and ams, Ungtuia Young's Harem, Guide to Marrlase, So., all contained in this book : lOU.Ouu sold : price by mall, in clolii fl 25, paper covers Si. Notice. Any per Ma willing to act as agent will receive a sample copy of tbe woraree. As no capi tal is required, an Reurnus of genteel em ployment snouiu send lor ice door, en cloxins 10 cts. for Dosiase. to T. W. EVANS A CO., 41 South 8t.b St., Philadelphia. AHYbIEKV MOLVEIk. Fifteen Minutes' Private Conversation with Married Ladles, by one of their number. Sent free for two stamps. Address Mrs. H. H&12.WK, nanover, fa. A CARD. A Clersyman. while residing in South America as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy tor the Care of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay. Diseases of tbe Urinary aad Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious habits. Great numbers have been cured by this noble remedv. Prompted by a desire to benefit tbeatUicted and unfortunate, I will send tbe recipe for preparing and using this meaicine, in a seaieu envelope, to any one who needs It. puke or charge. Address JOSEPH T. INM AN, Station D. Bible House, New York City. GROCERIES. APPLES! APPLES! 50i Barrels, beet keeping varieties, of Eastern and Northern Apple, for sale, wholesale and retail, by VICKERY BROd novli 73 is Main street. TKW HEBBIXO, BUCKWHEAT Aol Flour, and Cranberries, In store and lor sale by VICKERY B BOS. , novll " 73 A 7tf Main ttueet. 8CB KB ACT ASD CABBAGE 12 Barrels and half Barrels Hour Ki aut. Heads Klne Largo Cabbage. Jut re ceived and for sale by VICKERY BKU9., novll 73 A 76 Main Street. mOTATOEBl BET QUALITIES OF XIrlsh and Bweet Potatoes, at one dol . Kotatoes, at one o VICKERY BROd.. lar per bushel, at novll Ti A 7tS Main Btreet. ORGHI II MOLASSES, AT. 50 TO 0 cents per gallon, at V1LJII.KI liKUS.. novll 73 A 78 Main Street. FOBEieH AND DOMKHTIC FRUITS, Pried Peaches, Apples, Cherries, Black berries, Prunes. Currants, Raisins, fcc, new and nice. Also, Canned Fruits of all kinds, for sale cheap, at novll 73 76 Main Street. STATIOKEIHr. FISH & BASTES, V aolesala Bootsellers ft Stationers, SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOCKS, UISCELLANEOVS BOOKS, . PAPER ENVELOPES. Ann- General Stationery. No. IO RXaln Street, 4 ETaimUIe, Indiana. nlyBly 8031ETUING FOB EYESTB0D1. T 8(11 LE PEEK'S PRESCBIP. 1. TION STORE, can be found, besides the largest and best assorted stock of Drugs, Patent Medicines, and Medicinal Wines in the west, tne iouowing list of SPECIALTIES: ponges and Chamois Skins, pomades and Toilet Powders. Jtxtracts, Colognes, and Toilet Waters. oudray 's Sachet Powders. ndla Rubber Syringes and Breast Pump kinds ef Combs and Hair Brushes. TT ad lea' and Oentlemen's Pocket Book JA rjrjooth. Nail, and Elesh Brashes. Ink BUnds and Match Safes for tbi pocket. English, French, and American otlel Soaps. fjhonlder Braces, Trusses, and rt AJ era. All of the above articles will sold ai very low prices. , KKMKM.Bl.rEt THIC PLACE. HIslCM MAIM A MO Jl . ttrs lJm M AC 1113 ill T. WXLLIAM HKILMAX, (Hnooowor to KraU A lioilm.n tvi ri'ii mu tun, ut:u fiittTaBi.K in it bTiTlUKlk Y Steam Engines and Hollers. SAW AND GRIST MILL MACHINERY TItrii ! MachlnaH,' Cotton and! Tokaceo Presses, CIRCULAR SA W MILLS, KVA VMVII.LK. IMIIAMA. SHEET IRON AND COPPKK VOKK made to order on n'lort notice. IRON ANll MKAS OATtNUM of every description. Dealers In WTKAM UADUKS. UUM BELTINU. FIRE BRICKS, WKOCUHT IRON PIPES, BOI.TINU t!l,OYHS, 4c, a maku facv.urers' price. KEPAIRINU done at short notice. It I N T Z H A E Y Crescent Foundry, 0 raer;of Uanil nn fnuie fits. KVAN8VI1.LK. INDIANA, Manufacturers of STEAM ENGINES, STEAM BOILERS Portable Circular Saw Mills, Ann Machinery of ererj Description DkALEKa III BELTING, STEAM GAUOEliU, FIRE HKICK, WROUUUTIRON PIPE, dec, ic. Repairing dono at Short Notice. Also agents for StiilwaLl's Patent Heater and Lime Oatoner. nov7 DENTISTS. DR. I. H-A.lB ISesident Ilentlitt. Over First National Bank, Corner Mais and Vint Street. Kvansvilie, Ind TyANiJFiJBEa or coNTiNri j. , fjU9 uuiu rr 01 m.y uvtu u t cauite, Corallte, and Amber PlaU, Carve Work, AruooiHi ruHi ADMINISTRATOR of NUrons Oxldi fan excellent and safe ansasthetic). Chit ro'irm. Ether, and also several local pan lyaera. NEURALGIC Affections treated. m v FACILITIES are as good and no: establishment as larse (consisting of ri rooms) aa any In the United States. I RETURN MY THANKS for the el tensive patronage received during the pas riuht Tieiwf mrtn NEW STYLE the Iagredients Composition PnbliBhed with EVERY BOTTLE. Eeoommended by many of the best . Phyajcians in the Land. Dr. John Magenlss, formerly of the Royal College of Uorgeons, and Burgeon In tbe united Btalee Army, during tbe recent. war, says : EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. I take pleasure in recommending Dr. 11. w.ciond'a iaiviaoBATisra vok IIAL as a remedy of superior excellence. In debilitated conditions of the system, it has proved. In my bands the bett combi nation of Tonics and Stimulants that 1 am a ware of. Jyl JOHN MAUENIS3. M. D. Johnson'a Real Estate aud Patent Agency. BtTSI S EMS and DWHLLINU HOOHKS Bulldlna Lola and Farms, and llinlxir- ed lands, cheap, and on easy terms. Pat urra of all kinds procured. ALVaH JOHNSON , (teal Estate and Patent Aioul O.Uo on Third tHreet k.uJliK. lad. imuli ty avics&aTMc Br IcORDlAt I hi LIVER i "ij srCJJMPLAIMT j - C. KP.ATZ, rOUTAlilli: AMD Circular Saw Mill Works. Oornnr First and Pine and Second and Elm Streets, EVAN3YILI.E, INDIANA. Portable Engines (saw mill tize), and Portable Circular Saw Millt. ! Important Notice. Tbe usual amount of steam used to do sawing with by the Portluie Circular Saw Mill is from l j to 15U pounds pres.vur. per square inch. I have tiUuiwl thisamannt and require only from 0U to Si) pound i tr . square inch, at which steam Is not coa- sldered in toe least dangerous, and Ls, at . the same time, more ecouotuical lu the ! saving of fuel, Ac We append tbe follow, j lng certificate of the first of my new style Portable Mills, for the noting and eartul perusal of sawyers and all those deniriug ; to purchase, and solicit a call and cirerul examination, they now being ready 00 hand and making, monnted on four strong w wudu wunun, wiiii wiua iixea ruu umvj Iron axles, easily drawn from a place, and atways reaay lur operation in a nw nours. Mb. Ejiats: The Portable Engine yon furnished me, I consider as satisfactory and perfect in every respect as any machine I ever saw, runs light, tutee 60 ponnds of sieam 1 or running a aonoie su ana w men airomar saw mm lor aoommon aay a bael nesa. An average day's work, ,UUU to 10.UU0 feet of lumber, easy, with 75 pounds 01 steam. A. j. uildwiw, LynnvtUs Ind. MARION, KY., September 5, 1STU. Mr. C. Kratz, EvansvUe, Ind.: Bin We take great pleasure in tlvlng onr testimony to the excellence of your Portable Steam Girmlar Saw HIU. The one we purchased of yon on the 22d August last has given entire aatlslaotloD. We are satisfied that with proper hands it will saw fifteen hundred feet of poplar ior hour. On the whole, wa think vou have great reason to congratulate yourself n poo having constructed a most excellent Mill, which will doubtless anperoede those con structed ODon other principles. Tbe Swiss gentleman, Mr. John Walt, whom you sent to put the mill np and start It for us, saams to be an exoelient machinist. Our friends who witnessed him working, say he ls the best sawyer that they have eer seen. Yon eonld not have sent belter machinist and sawyer, or one that would have given more satisfaction. We started to taw with 40 lbs. of steam to saw onr first log. Yonr Mill la just what yon reoom mend it to be. Yours, truly. epV-Sm ELDER BBC'S. Portable Btcam U RAND VIEW, IND., Ocr. 9, 1870. Mr. C. Krats, Evansville, Ind. : 81 a Enclosed please find 1400, the bal ance due on tne Portable Hleam Circular Haw Mill. This mill was purchased from you two months since, and as I have now thoroughly tested it, 1 (to meet my agree inent with you to speak my mind in re gard to tbe same) have to say that I now can safely recommend it to all desiring perfect satisfaction In a Haw Mill, and to procure what you said a complete Mill and Engine. I have run Steam Engine for tbe last twenty years, and have never handled Boiler and Engine that has so easily keot steam with the only fuel I nse (groen slabs wkbii 1 rum Lilt. iog uireci). We consider the Mill and its capacity to be all that can be de-dred ot a Baw Mill in every respect. Any person wishing to know if tbeae are all positive facts and true assertions, can find amnle demon stration of It by calling on us at the mill. xours, very truly, ocll WM. CADICK A DAWSON. Other sires for farm and plantation use and all other requirements. nor iMm u, julatz. SCHULTZE, TIIUMA1Y & CO. TVIecliixnios' FOUNDRY, Manufacturers and Builders of STEAM ENGINES, (JIU0ULAU BAW.MILLS, Gritt and Sugar Millt, Tobacco Screw Gumming MacKintt, Distillery and Mining Machinery, Malt Mills, Corn SlielUrt, House Front, Cellar Grates. IRON & BRASS CASTINGS or Bvutr naiu'KiPTioii. MICXIXESY or ALL Kinm MlbK AMD KKI'AlltKB. DXALBHS III BELTIN8, FliiK BRICKS, STEAM GAUGES, AND WROUGHT IRON PIPES. W-OLD MATERIALS BOOOHT. We have the facility of the best ma chinery and workmen, and will tlve all work entrnsteu to us onr inaiviar i atten tion; rill orders promptly: wanant onr worx; ana cuarge reasonable prices, orricn Ana oohdei : uORNES FIRST LEET STRS2TS, " EVANSVILLE, IND, N.B. Workmen sent to airparta to fit np work and do repairing. feZl SCHULTZE, THUMAN A CO. PLANING LIIIiLS. 10HH 8. X'OORKXX. JOHIf P. TWBaO. MoGORZLB & TWEED, Contractors And Bnilders, And Matnfaotureri of Sath, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Brackets btair-lCails, dec. We keen constantly on band a larse stock of Yellow and White Pine and Pop lar Flooring, Poplar and Pine Lnmur. Laths, Ubingles, Ac Bash, Primed aud Gtlazed, on band and to order. Bend lor Price Ldab FACTORY, Cor. WALNUT A EIGHTH STREETS, KVAvn.l., Iks. All ordera promptly attented to. I feiB JACOB MEYERS & CR0., Contractors and Builders, And Manufacturers of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, &o. AUBO PlfI.kH3 f LUMBER, LATH & SHINGLES. Estlntates made on Bnldlngs for fur. nlsblng all Mill work and Lumber at tbe LOWEST PRICES and of the BEST MA TERIAL. Southern Plaulngr Mill, Corner Water and Goodsell Street , EVANSVILLE, IND. W IOO.OOO POPLAR AND CYPRESS 8HINOLE3 for sale cheap. aprl-dm Crescent U.ty I'loorin; 01111 KAPPLKR & SALMON, Proprietors, J Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, ItXoulcIiiicr, Ac3. Planing Ripping, Bpiuting, and Scroh, Hawing done at Short notice. Pine and Poplar Flooring, Siding, Dress ed and Itongb Lumber, always on hand, lor sale. Alsb, Hole Proprietors and Manufacturers Of the CELEBRATED (11 iuiiiiiiuim lunm PIOKET PENCE. Knowcas theTerre Haute Ploket Fene It ls cheap and durable, and au ornameul to tbe place where ll stands. All order promptly attendud to. Vactorj.Cor. SlTlslon and ral 8U.. KVAisvii.i.e, Iao. priT-dly Utaw) .sTriJ-iiOAT.1;. ' A new supply of Flnj STATIONERY Hasjnst beun r?lve at Jontnairomco. JOHJt.J. BIHZIOIf I JACOB SINZtL'H. J. SINZICII & SON, AND DEALERS IS I30VT STORES. W A full stock of ( ORDAOE, OAKCM. BLOCKS, L A.K1I OIL, ROSIN, PITCH, Ac, always ou baud at the lowest prices. Front St bat Syctmira ani Vine. AgenU for F.OUER ' 11C 1LEU 8CALE PREVENTIVK. ep22-dly BOAT STORES. WX, O. BEOWS. X. SCIIOENLAUB. JAS. E. RANK IX. Wm. 6. Brown & Co., Dealers in Ss!o3i Baatstores - ASD Ship Chandlery, CoENia Sycasiohk and Water Srs., EVAXSVIXI.E, IND. A full snpnly of FR'CSH AKD CARE FULLY HELKCTED BOATeSTOREH ant BUIP FINDING always ou hand, and prompt attention given to supplying boats at all houts. dy or night, ou the Mofi'r LIBEKAL TCUMI4. sepA-:i:n Regular Evans villa and Tennessee River Packet FOR PADUCAH, JOHNW.NVILLE AND KAaTPUKT. The elegant passenger steamer -A. M. ORR Allen Duncan, Master: Will leave Evansville for tbe above and an intermediate porta EVERY BATURKAY. at 4 o'clock r.H. For freight or paag apply on board. or to OAKLEY, oc!2-tf Agent. Regulax Evansville, Padncah and Calrc Semi-Weekly Mail Line Packet. The new, fleet and unrivalled side-wheel steamer TT)Ti WT T. T Una, Fowler, Mauler; ' "t.r-r.014"-'! Clerks. Leaves Evnsvllle everv (VEDNEBDAY and SATURDAY at 4 p sr. Leaves Cairo every THURSDAY A HUN. DAY. at 6 p.m.. making close connection at Cairo with nrat-class steamers for Mt. Lonls, Memphis, and New Orleans, and at Evansville with tbe HACK. it. for all points North and Eat, and with tbe Morning Btar for all points on the Unoer Ohio. For freight or pannage apply on board, or to LUKE NICllELHON, nov9-tf Agent. Regular Evansville and Tennessee River Packet FOR PADUCAH, JOHNI40NVILLE, AMD EAHTi'OKT. The new and elegant passenger steamer F IsO IlENCl'i K, Liutt Howeil, MaMier: KbrtC. MoMechan, Clerk, Having been built expressly for the trade. With special reference lo comfort, pwi and ealety, will leave Kvansvilie for the above and all lnterroJiate porut KVKRY TUK-4DAY. at 4 o'clock T St. For freight or pawnee apnly on board, or lo W. U. BROWN A CO., HUMPHREY A LEWIS, nov9tf Agents. Regular Evansville and fowling Green U. 3. MaU Packet The new and eldgant steamer Samuel W. Combs, Makter; Wra. Noland, Clerk, Leaves Evans-villa tor Bowllni; Urent with the U. H. Mall every MONDAY A XHURH DA Y, at 4 o'clock p.m. For freight or passage, apply on board. GROCERIES. NEW Family Grocery, J II .V F. U It I I. IM DEALKU IN Groceriea Prodaca, &c, &c, Third Ht., bet. Division A Cir o itur. Evaxsviilt), Indiana. I HAVE JLST l'l'Jtf II ASKIt AM entire la w sto'k, and iiavu no old goods on hand. My irices will compare lavorabiy with any ttloru ou Main Hi. -..!, and all rny gooils are ol the bu.t quality. I respectfully invito the cuitoui ol the citizen of that vicinity. sr Highest price paid for COUNTRY PRODCCii. ooiat-atu john r. iiHii.t. Old Stand and New Firm. START, GOLDSMITH A CO., (Successors to T. B. Dodi), UEALEIia IX GROCERIES AND SASCrACriUKKI OK Nc. 152 Maia Street. We Invite all tbe old patrons of this slora to call agnlu. All art, invited to call aud fXAinlneuur goojx. We are not afrsld to comuare pricus. ClooJi dellverel tree ol charge. tiov-dtwliu CHARLES' VIEL A CO. Bl. O 10 1 J, MIIITIIWIAT I'llltUH first and Sjtamore Streets EVANSVILLE, IND. audtf MATTHEW DALZELL, Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Nails, White Lead, Lime, Cement, &o., Jo. :8 iUter Etc eet, declOdly KrAsiviuj, Ia EVANSVILLE GROCERY, IVo. 13U Main Htreot, Has on band, aud ls constantly receiving, a lull slock of staple aud faucy Urocerlea, Lamps, Butter, Kgns, Ac, Ac. Lime, Ce ment, Plaster, Nalut, Ao., ion for sale low. To Contractors and Eoilders. First Quality Uulldlng Hand at reasonable rates; Good Seasoned Wood Constantly on Hand. Ten Wood Cutters and Charcoal Burners wanted, The .timber within one mlle.of the city, mb. 8 m JAB. CKOITti. AAO HBIKAKS. DAVID HHIWAKK I. A I. Hi:iMAIV!V, Wholesale Dealers In GROCERIES, Fortiyn and Domestic Liquors, NAJLH, COTTON YARNS, ULABtfWAR Ac, AC., FIRST STREET, (NATIONAL FLOCK,) EVAK8VTU.B, IW. FISH DEPOT. orw dti ASIIBY'S SAIOON -AD IJLcsttvtiriiiit, CAPr. JAN. AM HUT HAM Fl rTF.II np the spaclou building ou Locii.t hL.lKlvr.n Walef KlMt, aa a MrL-cliuM 8A IAXN AND UtSlAliKANT. Tbe Har will always besuppliuj with Hie Hvht Braklk or I.iuiiOHM. aud tbe Km- tauraut will be furnl.oed with tlio Cnoicest Brands of Gysters, 'ah kluds of Uahi lu season, and what ever tbs most faitilduma aiHPtite may de r.(. Alt aeivad with Irua aiilstlo VIV. e i;ie can. . outit il I S E V tl. i- 'or Othrr Kirfr Ilenu, Bte ffyurlh I'uqi. TLe weather ycsterJay was cliW fly cloudy sod warm, with a Iremcodou galo riiiirig almost to iho Jignity of a hurricine, from ear!y moroio until after coon. Tho mercury was raoiriDK about CO'. The river 1 a J ricn 7 or 8 inches, during tho twepty four hours ending at 3 r.M. Arrival and Jr.pnrt ur . The arrivals aaJ tlerartures up to 3 P.M. include the Dwiplit iScwcomb, from Cairo; Fayette, Henderson and return; Tarascjn, t Louisville; Quickstep, Cairo ti, return ; Minnie, to Ncwbarg. : liof I'i II, r. . Among tbe li cat Loats due hero are the Mallio ltagoti and Idlewild. from Cain; Koho " Ilitc, from Lsuisville; Miry ilou.toa, and In diana, for New Orljtns; Mdtrcy and 'lary Miller, from Memphis; Vir ginii, and Tom litem anl largpa, lrom 2iew Orleans; Situ. J. Hale, for Memphis; Kate RobioffD, for St. Louis; FloreDO! Lee, lrom Kantport. Nightingale, for Arkansas River; Kv ansvilie, from IJjliDi Jrcca. Iloitta I.ritvlnic To-dy. Fob Cairo. The new and mtniS cent pipsenger steamer Mallio Ilagon is tho mail and express packet for Cairo and all way ports at I P.M. to day, and a more pleasant or comforta bly appointed boat could not bo de sired. Captain Joh V. Ttfoop, a gentleman of the old bcIioo), is in command, and Walter B. Pennington, one of the mott popular clerks in commission, assisted by George S. Throjp, an accuia'e, courteous and attentive gcntl-mao, is her chief clerk. For Loc isvillb Tho elegant passenger packet ll)h0 Hi to will leave this evening for Louisville and all wiy points, in charga of thoso emi nent navigaten and excellent gentle men. Captain Ki. Crider. Phil. Bev erly and John HolJcroft, all of whom are proverbial for their attention to passengers. Foa IIesdebson. The flset steam er Fayette leaves for Henderson at 3 P.M. to day, in charge of that com petent and attentive commander, Captain A. O. Durlsnd, with James II. Letcher and Jeiry Uoylo in her office. All are p!easant and obliging gentlemen. Foa KASTPoaT. Tho magnificent new steamer Florence Lee, may Le expected to leave at 1 o'clock p .m. to day, for Kastport and all way land ings on Tennessee lliver, havibg the most elegant passenger appointments. .She is commanded by that topular officer and pleasant gentleman. Cap tain Lee II o well, with Robert McMc- cban, Al. Maynard and Dick Morrow as her clerks, all courtoous, accurate and obliging gentlemen. Foa Memphis. Tho beautiful Minnie will take her departure posi tively at 4 r.M. to-day, for Memphis and all way points, having been thoroughly overhauled in tho Dry Docks here. She is in admirablj con dition and superior passenger accom modations. She is commanded by Capt. W. G. Mepham, with Mr. F. T. Yiard, in tbe clerk's effioe, both are gentlemen of experience, excellent business aecompliithmetits and pleas ant address. Captain Mepham pro poses to keep her in this trade, and we hope to see him prosper. SI liwellu. Business was Vcty dull on the wharf trterday fotcDooo, with to arrivals except the Fayette, fiom Henderson. Tho win! blew a (uriom gale all morning, from ihe eouthcast ly south, blowiog almost direetly id hhore, renderiog it iuipossiblo fur tLe Tarascon or Minnie toget out from shore till uoon The Fayette came up about 10:30, having a pretty toueh time of it in bufTeticg the heavy gale, and causicg come apprchenbions for her on the part of her fricods on shore. As she cimo io, the wind struck Lcr fairly on her tide, causing her to careen almost cn her beam's end, the water nl'in? a foot and a half deep over her larboard uard, and the wave breaking half way up her wheelhou-tc, but she gallantly bat tled the wind and the u ive, Tom. Bennett laying her gently against the hull of Humphrey & Lomis' wharf boat without s'artin? arplioter Ths Minoie madd a gallant attemp'. to get out from the bank at tLe bone yard. She lay at anchor to win! ward, and haulai her bcal out, bat just as she was ready to go abea, the anchor tripped and her head went back to the bank with a rush ..About noon, the Tarasoon took advantage of a brief lull of wind, succeeding Id making an offing, and left for Louis, ville. As she was dropping back alongside W.G.Browo & Co.'s wharf boat in the morning, the forward spar of tho wbarfboat suddenly tripped, and tho head of it twinging around with tremendous force, knecked al most the entire forward bulkhead of her cargo-box out, giving lomo car penter a job -Tile Dwi?H New comb arrived from Cairo about 7:30 Sunday night, having made a splendid ran from port to port The Qiickstep was momentarily expected at 1 p. M. yesterday She passed Mt. Vernon at 7 A. M , but doubtlet s found it rather hard work battling with the fierce wind ..The new and beautiful etca'mer G. W. Thomas, just completed at this port by Capt. Oidt Thomas and Marsh. Walthall, raised steam yesterday to try her ma chinery. She is announced to leave on her maiden trip for the Cumber land River, Thursday at 1 P.M. the is a staunch and elfgant little steam boat, and we hope to see her make money for her deserving tnd enter prising joang owners W.H. Hogo, a well known river clerk in days pone J by, has taken a general aiicney for the Fiorenoe sewing machine, with Lis Lead office in this city All Our fun is spoiled; the boys ctrricd IT the shooting creckcri', aad tendered im possible iho r'J'Olkic! dijlay co itemi Iatel for Christmas, and Cap tain J. W. Ua'ehelor left for Cincin nati, on Saturday tiht, with Colootl Palmer, thus postpon ing the court martial. 'Tie very ead -Mark Kcholrf and Wm. McClure take oat the Minnie. UleBlBK frera Onr Kx(kMi PlTTSBURO. The Commercial of Saturday says: Tho marks last evenin indicated, oir feet teo-ioyhea and falling alowly. Tbe weather was all that could be de wired for operation. Jrado on the landing was brisk, shipments lar. Keveral bsats are announced to leave k Ad cbaogo say: The practice of insulating u m toilers with a Ioohc jickct of woo 1 i r tin. and filling io the tavity betwf u li e two surfaces wilh I latter of Pii, i now coming into V is-.- i-Tt t, lively, an 1 v.i'l n,si l d j. hhUh. 1 ndep nlent of - n ' f , v . fuel, the ra-J ntion of the l.f .t i Ilid more iir-''t.'y to t!, 1 . n,-)! of steam, whili tluro in nun h 1 it, convenience und annojraif" to tl firemen from the heat. Wh.-n t!. gypsum Las iiardeued il.o txto,.. casing may t,o removed, il it i t c(ii u 1 creu cxpeuiei.t. uti.i.j rr 'Tt.t.'v , una veen bsim lor a sotcewtia t nimU purpose. fFpeiially lor eoati-g tut,.. ir conuucuni Lot uir t; vu r. an. for locomotivi s. Cincinnati. The Ct,mm r;,,l ,, Saturday pays: Captain Locklarf. n crJ. r t i a coinmoJate tin; coal f. o : i;., j . lifir? ttutv., 11 - j 1. ...... I l . ... intcrB-.t, annot bce t),at in- vsilJ ( . i the canal to navigation on Wcira ,i ncxt. J his in'.eiiineii will i.ot ou!, add phipj ing i:ir-t I -it vni: ( ,. ;ii ly relieve Men phin, .New On, :. j other .Sjut) !rr portn where ,:.! i!4 , scarce and Li , &bd the ui !y t i, hand about cal aUitcd eu,l bv.,i,f at fabulous j ri(-,. Captain t!Lir,k'e lias f xi i t.Ji d uvrr tlM)Xji ia producing ti.o Luv.it at, 1 best cqn'ptied tteauirr Vfr -.,i,-tt m, t ed for tl'p Cine nnaii and NV w ( ) 1 .:if.., trade, while Co cmodyre '.'. I'. I tt vi J on has expend. id over: ;',( nil u m.in,. Cincinnati ati.t Ma-liaoa tn-chaui.-H and artitiaijs in Luilijiij il.o larto an l rnopniticent L,ty ol t.' iif, -y, ,l(.,, Kjh, and rni ther t.uj iib 4., , r now in the cnu- he of cnuBtrui-iioii li. i c at James Mak' hip-yard. Yh. hC gentlemen not inly deserve ert.dt lur their energy an 1 enterprm-, but .aVI! distribuicd ov sr four ,(,,,,,, th,,n. find dull'its au oog our peoj le. Tho Gazette f ays : I'or the purj-Ofo of" cm fan" jri , give the dimersinuu of tt,o M.mmri John Kyle and Chai Hodiuan as t---corded at he t'Mnm llou-c: Lcr.cil, of John Kyle. 5 le t: Lr.,tn, teZ feet; d-.il. of ho! d, 8 5 1 t; hull tonnsee, vtyj.t ; total tunriav.. I . ft Ml lu: T ii . . . in v ir ii. liinirt.aii 277.2; breadth. Kill; depth ol bol l. 7..i; hull tunna ;o, K17.1J; total tun naye, l,HP4fi, Captain 11. I'. Hart yent.fr d 'iy pnr ehaed tho hu 1 ol this oil Chaih-y J3wen and wi.l tow it d wn thn n v r loaded with c al, rnh tl.o Ji.l.n li. (jroehbcolt, whi n the latd r cot'.t out. The Commr ial of Kunday mjs: The opening of the canal Inn cre ated fui'e a B'ir in boating tucle.i. Cap'ain Gus. iSrowu will eotiniicn-o loading tho -N'ashvitJe ('i.-m j m, j rtcamer Spray lor the Cumb'-tlar.d tomorrow. Ctptain l.u ,n uill ul.-.j drop the lloliert Burns (J ,o lo mar row, and depirt lor Menu hi (,n WednfRday. ( aptain Geo. W. t'.J loni will also d part for ,1, L jui on Friday, with tin LxprcbS Liue packet Shsmrork. Captain J. L Carter, eh ik of tl.o Kdioburg, Lrotg.it up on that boat u lamp ot lock islt, taken froin io- L Fait fjUArries in Kngland, fur Caj-tam fciper, of Ci inuoaii. 'Il.ii I uri lump we'uhed 17 pound, and ivul i uccd by Captabi Li ijer cn lnn rattlo farm in place o;' salt. The Allegheny JJtlla No. I t i Louisville tody,to sfiht tl.o Gsir rett'a barges over the falln. and out 1 1 Cairo, if neeesi ary. JesRe Bird ha gone to iSt. L'iu'.h to clerk tho Chami ion back to Cin cinnati. Louisville TLe Coitrir-.Jon-l. of Fatarday sayi: The Magenti rot awv from fdem. phis for M cw Orleans Thursday, wich 1,:;00 baits of uotton, an 1 a full j SlJ Bcn?rr Ji"t. 'i ho Nick Longworth I -n 1 . n thoroughly rep ured. an 1 is in A No. 1 order. She cleared tho port t t Now Orltaos Tuecdiy evening, lur L; . vil!e. Mr. Tbomas Dorrairh, clerk f tho Bello Vernoo, arrived lrom Cineinristu yesterday, to link after tho in!-., (. of his boat, no r lying at the Porllan 1 1 aifqn. Captain Jack W. Blink's new ?t l magnificent st.amrr OimLita J X 1 1 . i has rcotivod the litii;4,ini' touehcH, and will dr woer d li,o falM thin aftrr noen or to morrow inorn n, and li 1 at the J'orilan i wharf, wh ro i in w , 1 cC'iuniCQoi tier ving lor New Oih-ans dirte-t. 'ili leave cn her Virt ui trip Tiiohday, i t 5 v. ji, 'J ho Oua chita Jfello is a fildo wheel itcamer, and is tho finest boat of lu r clam tia. hasbeonbu.lt at thin port 1 r I a years or mnr':. Ilfr enbin ii r'r geounly furiiiiihcd, and hi r Mat ) r ihh are inferior ta i,o boat's on thv nv. r for pize and ooi iort. 'Phoh i who de sire li rut class fare and uriitirj.r'.-d cabin accomtti idatioiiM, n l vntlitil, tho attention o-' clever an 1 r(jii,. t i,t officers, wo world adviso to taWo pm sa'c on this nc vr boat. Tho Commrrciul naj ; Ouo of tho !!:.' in the laibui 1 h(n' r of the BteaiiK r JvJmbuu h culinj i u l at Portland wl arf i!y beforo ychicr day, whiln umiKrg'Jng Lydroiitatii tht by Boiler Inspector Georco !i. Houghton. 'iio pr''-Hure per r-pinrc inch obtained was L-0 pounds, when tho flue came together with tcmJ. i force, complete ly Hat tening itn hidci, and hhakinf tho wliolo baltrry I boilers by tLo :onciiH.iion. Sr. LoUlH. 'I ho 1) iH'irrnt of Saturday Fays: Weather c!e r and plea uiut. A ro maikably fine intor no tar. Tl -o do clino conlinueh nfeady in tho I'jf ' r Mihximippi, an i no ico yet reported at St. Paul. To Cairo ix f,-et tiennt is reported, and trouble lor b'iaM bd"w Ciro. The I.ichrnond fctu.k fct I land 40, and a small steamer was to go yesterday to he r ansiMtanco lrom Mem phis. bhor V j Bar is !ho mu h in the way. The- New Otlean bosN cra loading 1 1 , n advantc; Hour cents; pound freight :;u ceats, an 1 Minj rates to I'lttHhurg. alex, ii. ro.'iTi;::f PORKPACKEP-, Cunr of .Choloe S. V. IUiU AM) - JiUIOAKlWST IJA(X)N. WATr.lt A JI) I.KKT MKt 1.1 , ,.v.-j.if :iT;i!isUlIe, Intl. BLESIKEO rmU! AN fit: Ixcehlor Stove VrI.s wnoi.riAi.i-: iai r Ari i triii i,ir KtOVOM, hi 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 Ilcllow-Ware, Tin 7ar Ami D.wli -ia In litu ,1r Simple I '-'):.' No. 11 K f 1 111 ttl.nl Hlrt, Iiitl ii,iv''? I r ,A V - . ILL,.. licit-Ait :t JOHN sun is hij.i I'hoi-s I r.fou tr - u i: B A. V lit I Hi Ti At tha Mutth of I'l's.a Cm I ; i n i, n 1 1 1 I ml J a i a . Uaoulactuier i-uil lu-uiur In ;l !i.i Puplar, Oik, Ash, (jura u;;.! i.-ituht r, Lath ar.J t.Mr J. ir.Un. I' I Hi I I I J - ti t In .