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Deportedfor the EvarvtHs Journal
New Orlkaks, April 4.
Havana dates of the 3tt report Mr. Kiog'a
iealth failing rapidljr. The physician have
so hopes. When Consul Sharkey adminis
tered to him the oath of office, on the 25th, the
Vice-President, was unable to stand up, was
obliged to be supported; he leares on the 5th
for Mobile. .
Santa Anna with his daughter and family
passed through Havana on the 28th, and left
the next day for Vera Cruz.
The New York steamer from Aspinwall
at liar ana reported that the steamer Union
from Aspinwall for New York with 100 pas
sengers, 100 miles off Jamaica, during a
strong wind, broke the crank pin of her star
board engine, and was obliged, it wss feared
to return to Aspinwall for repairs.
j Over 1500 slaves from Africa were landed
on the Cuban shore within a few days.
I "y: ; ' New Obleavs, April 6.
Flour and Corn unchanged. Mess Pork
limited demand 12j14; Bacon sides actire
7J; Shoulders 5a5J; Lird Bbls 8 J; Kegs
SjalO. Good Rio Coffee 9a9j; fair Sugar
A. . Prime Molasses 2U22. Whisky 19.
Akeiveo. Jamestown, Lewis Kennet,
Hary Hunt, Pacific, Aleck Scott.
New Orleans, April 7.
California news important. Steamship
Tennessee totally lost, near San Francisco
on the 12th ult. by running ashore in fog.
No lives lost. Much anxiety about Vander
lilt steamer Independence. Nothing beard
from her thought 40 days beyond her time.
Sha had a large number of passenger on
board; the steamer Sea Board gone,in search
of her. She was to have connected with
Northern Light from New York January 20.
last seen 10 February off Cspe Lucus.
Hopes are entertained, that she put into home
Immediate port.
Passengers of the Tennessee 600 all landed
safely. Mails safe, more California accounts
from mines favorable. .Gold mines of great
value discovered in Oregon. Bandits of Jo
aquin still continue depredstions on hotels
and were pursued but always escaped.
Much rivalry among Clipper ships in dischar-J
ging and receiving cargoes.
Ships Contest cleared San Francisco, re
turned little over hundred day's. Marine
News, arrived 3d. Java, Philadelphia, 5th.
Ships Cumberland, New York, 9th; A. M.
Lawrence, Philadelphia, 12th.'
Cikcixnati, April G.
The river has risen 10 feet within the last
24. hours. Weather cloudy and disagreeable.
. Flour is firm, with good demand for city
trade. Sales of 1500 bbls at 365375 for
I aa r A ä . . I a-a t
common, ana aw ior extra, wmsxy
In provisions 250,000 lbs Bulk Shoulders
oli at 4 J. Good demand at 4 J for shoulders
and 6 for sides, but both held quarter higher.
Sale of 270 bbls 3Iolacs from Unding at 25.
Nothing of importance done in Sugar. Dried
Apples declined to 115 per bushel.
New York, April 6.
Flour 2500 55Ga5G2; Ohio 43Ga-iS7, firm;
600 southern 4315, steady; 7300 Wheat,
Genesee lal25, steady; 12,000 yellow Corn
63, quiet; 150 bbls Whisky, prison, 24, firm
er. ' Pork 1462al475 for Mess, unsettled;
Alnss Beef 12jal3.
;. Pittsburgh, April 6, 7 P. M.
River 12 feet and falling. Weather cool
sind damp.
-Female Delicacy. Above every other
feature which adorns the female character,
delicacy stands foremost within the province
of good taste. Not that delicacy which is
perpetually in quest of something to be
ashamed of, which makes merit of a blush,
and simpers at the false construction its own
ingenuity has put upon an innocent remark;
this spurious kind of delicacy is as fir remov
ed fiom good taste ss from good feeling and
from good sense; but the high-minded deli
cacy which maintains its pure and undeviat
ing walk alike amongst women as in the so
ciety of men, which shrinks from no necessa
ry duty, and can speak, wlen required, with
aerioumeis and kindness of things at which
It would be ashamed to smile or blush that
delicacy which knows how to confer a benefit
without wounding the feelings of another,
And which understands also how and when to
receive one that delicacy- which can give
alms without display, and adrice without as
sumption; and which puns not the most
(bumble and most susceptible being in ere
Ation
'fTT-The Vermont liquor liw nrovideai
r - - . . . . . 1
amonv other thin ?s lor the arrest ot a nerson
found intoxicated, and his detention until he
will disclose where he obtained the liquor.
A case under this provision haa already
arisen in Woodstock, where-a man was ar
fnr in ..Tirattnn and lodged in fail On
examination be refused to give a definite an
swer as to where he obtained his liquor, and
w. rrnmm;tf,t tniiil. He still refuses to
divulge, and the Justice says he will keep him
in jail for a year unless he owns up. At St.
Albans, three similar Instances have occur-
red, and the witnessses, having the aiterna-
ti of a term in isil. owned no. and the Ii-
quor taken on'their information and destroyed
At Rutlsnd, the liquor law transgressors are
to toe the mark, and the Vermonters seem
determined to make a clean sweep of the
crittur."
Grocer Mr. Editor, I'll thsnk you to say
thst I keep the best groceries in the city.
Editor Pll thank you to supply my family
wun groceries gru.
Grocer I thought you were glad to get
Amatkini. In fill HP VOllT DBnfT.
EditorI thought you were glad to fill
store-rooms for nothing. It's a poor rule that
won't work both ways.
Exit grocer, in a rsgc threatening to kill
the paper.
' OrLet a prudent man accomodate himself
to the present, though the put may teem
better to aim.
II. KELSON.
AUCTION.
WOOLSEY & nSLäOXT.
WATER street Evansvllie Indians, Auctioneer
sod Commission Merchant, Manufacture Agent.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Furniture, Chairs, Clocks, Looking
Glasses, Picture Frame, Notioos drc. Fartlalrfatlen-
tlon given to Um ale oi all descriptions of Good. Kegu
Ur Sales every Tuesday, Thürs lay, sod Saturday. Caan
advances made on Consignment. ,
augOly WOOLSEY dt NELSON.
FDHNITUBK.
SOFAS. Divan, Center, dining. Breakfast and Card
Table, Walnut and Mahogany Plain and Dressing
Burma's; Rom Wod Marble top Dressing uo. ""
and plain Wah Stands, Lounges, Bedateads and Mat
treasea. Also a large and general assortment of W ood,
Cane and Hair seat Chair, for 'w.by
aug23-lyd WOOLSKY ot KELSON, i
KWELRY A NOTIONS. Ear-rings, Fingerrings,
Breast Pins. Shirt tud. Gold Pins and Pencils,
Watch chains, Key, Gold and Silver Watches, Steel
Beeda and Cap. Bruhe, Combs, Purse. Pane) Scape,
Accordiana, Violin, Picture and various other notion.
fa ng 23by WOOLSEY & KELSOS. .
CHAIRS-Jast received and for sale low at our Fur-1
nlture roome on Water atreet, 3d dozen wood-aeat,
ca ae teal, and aofa-aeat Chair. -
JanJ7 WOOLSEY A KEli?Oy. j
SOFAS. Jost received and for sale at our Furniture
rooma, eight fine Sofaa. j
Jan27 WOOLSEY dc KELSO. !
BEDSTFADS Just reeelred and for sale low, a lot
ofhlghpost Bedateada.
Jan87 WOOLSEY 4 ÄELS05.
GLASS-WARE. Juct received and for sale at auction
and private aale, a lot ot Glassware.
Jan27 WOOLSKY dt SEIKOS.
JUST KECE1VEO and for sale, a larr lot of Looking
gUaa PUte. W OOLafeY dt A"tL4üü
IH3SE0 C0V7DEIT & BAIUIER,
WOULD reapectfully Invite the attention of
. m mw ..w V .WM... ..aw aa.a-a. J , aai V A.
I aa 1 . .t. .al..-.l. t C U ift W f J- iJ
larrc auu weauuiui aciovuuu uioi n a .1 v -v
M 1 L.L I .NEKY that they have Just receive J from Hew
York, and never auriaanl la this ely for variety, tvle,
and beauv. Those In want of handsome cheap Honuela,
Ribbons, ('lowers, Manttillai. be., would do well to call
on Main street, between Water and First streets. eat
aide, where every endeavor will be made to please the
moat lustwioa taste.
St. B. Milliners and Apprentices wanted. ap2
SM. ALTIonDS- S bags landing from steamer
Gn. Lsfajetts. and for sale by
apt S. E. GILBERT dt CO.
LOST!
SOMEWHERE 00 Main or Second streets, a ladv's
Gold Dress Pin, la the form of a Lilly, with a white
set. 'The tinder will be suitably rewarded by leaving: tue
same at this offlcs. mL3U
XOST!
LAST Sunday a bluVI-R LA PIX E WATCH
was lost. The owner say be "would be d d
elsvd to have It l-ft at this offlc ." and would
b.i-a pay a reasonable reward. Bring it along.
mDiTJtr
HEW SPRINQ GOOD&
C0LBUB5 cV HERSHBEKGER have Just recelred.
and bars now open, a Urge snd elegant SMortnent
of the newest fabrics and latest patterns, both for latii'
and geuUeuien'a wear, which tbey would be very happy
to snow their friend aud customer who may lavortiiem
with a call. ALSO A large assortment ot Staple and
House r'unilsblDf Goods, Carpets, Dam ask i, Muslin
Curtains, Linens. Cornices. Curtain Pins, Linen Sheet
inr. 4cc. AU fur sale low. Call and examine for your
selves. COLBURU de HEKSUBKKGEK,
mh3l Corner Main and Water its.
CEMENT
BARRELS for sals tj
nib31ddzw
50
SAMUEL ORR.
P.t RA SO LS AND FAS. Alarseandelegsa
assortment Just received at
mh3l COLBUK.N k HERSHBERGER'S.
I aTinHOIDIaHIEH, F.DG AND IX
I . SEKTION.S. A mixed assortment of Jaconet aiid
Sw!s of Uli neweit pnlteros, at
mh31 COLUUKN V HERSHBERGER'S.
Co I, I, tits Alio jJxnF.MHiWw.x a
hrjc variety of Lace and Muslin, of the latest stjles,
fr sale low at k
iuh31 COLBURX de HRRSHBEKGEK 8.
TJAItFCE, TI8S'I & ;ii:AIlKS.
XJ A large assortment of Plaiu and Funcy, of the new
est paueru,tl
mh31 COLBUKN dc HEKMIBERGER'S.
TTTHITK Clt APK SII WTLÜ.-A larce lot
v plain and embroidered, lor ule low, at
mh3l CÜLBUK.V v HKHSUHf.KGER'S.
B
F.lllC.i; DK 1, VIZI'S, f. oUH aKO
PKIXTS. A lane nrtmerit ltfit received at
uah3t COLHITU.N Ac HbK.SJIUEKGKR'S.
Sl'FEHIOIl KID l..lVi:s.-Gent,aand La
ilies' white and color ed KU Glovet, of all and
ot tlie best quality. Just received at
D1Ü31 "VUBUKS At IlKKSHBERGER'S.
a
TUST RKCKIV
500 ll more ol them rich Fare
J Cbeesu, direct
I'rom the W extern Kriterve and for
ale at
COOH'aS FA.MILY OKOCEUY.
MOLA33ES
4(h bb s Prime PlanUtlon, Burnett' Cooperage;
a no unr House;
40 do Keboiled;
40 do Kirop Batturie;
'& do hair bbla Surar House and Plantation:
AU in prime slilpplng order, and for le by
mns os 1 galt? öt uituw x.
CorrtB
2tM But; Prime Rio;
3U da Java;
15 do Manilla, for nA by
mU29 FOSTERS & BROWN.
SUOA.R
hhds fiilr to prime If. O.;
!U bbl St. James Kmall Loaf;
30 do Loveiinr's Crushed and Powdered: for aale
by ' Dh29 FOSTERS dc BROWN.
GnOCRRIES
A very large assortment will be sold low at whole-
ale by 111 h a FOSTERS dt BROWN.
HOPKINS de READ bave In store a fine stock of
Look I up Glasses, Carpets, Mraw Maltinrs. and
tug. Also a good line or feuinmor t lothlog, flats and
Caps, die., duo. mil 30
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY MAKING!!!
MESSRS. SATERLEE dc Dt'GARMO have now on
band a good assortment of one nd two heree Car
riages, Kockuways and Bugries, manufactured at their
own shop aftor tu most approved snd modern styles.
Messrs. n. mt ueu. win promptly nil all orders tor cus
tom work In the neatest and niot substantial manner.
and not surpassed by Eastern manufac turers, either in
quality or price. They have an experienced Carriage
blacs smith who does up the Iron work In a style not to
b excelled. sdI IT
COFFEE no USE AND RESTARAUT.
tTattr Stritt, wtxt ataraac Csnvaay, vaci7,a.
HENRY SCHAEFFER'.H new Coffee House and Res
taurat. In the three story brick house, between In
surance Co. Blee and the Pavilion Hotel, la now fittrd
pin the bestftyle, and he la prepared to receive his
friends and the public, and accommodate them in the
L. - a It" I a 111 L - I - ä I . L .1 a t
ocii manner, nis car win oe uppiiea wiiu tue cnoicest
liquor. Wine and A lea, which, with other refreshments,
he will serve up In the most approved style and at all
hoars of Ue day. Mr. 8 , will always keep a good va
riety of the best brands of Cigars.
AtUched to the house U a BOWLING SALOON, with
two flue Alleys, and every accommodation requisite for
such place. mli31 -6m
STILLi GREATER NEWS FROM AUS
TRALIA. Dift$rti ik$ Bnk 0tk Jtltfktnf Rivt, wear
Ftlttkmrfk, th (,rM( JV(areI PETROLtVM r
ROCK OIL.
Th whd are afflicted, are renpoctfully Invited to it
a Ciicular and look over the Directions for Ague, Rheu
matism, Piloa. Diarrhea, Flux. Too-a-atbe, Burn
Worms Scrofula. Coughs, Bronchitis; Cronp, Old
Pores, Cholera Morbus, Contractions of the Limbs and
Joint, bore Eyes, Blindueaa, Cosüveness, Dyspepsia,
and other Dl teases. .
By that üme you may aay "it cures too much." But
recollect It is not a HUMAN INVENTION, but com
pounded by ature'a master handand ature does
not do her work by halves.
The Oil is used both it.ternally and externally.
As AGUE, SOKE EYES, PILES, RHEUMATISM and
SCROFULA are 10 common la many parts of the West,
we are construineo to say, thst ehUethi Oil will cure
and relieve c-thcr diseases, U baa been and is constantly
met with mcMtcoxFLm srccsssln those cases.
TT'Pric SO cents per bottle (hal'pinL)
Ills a beautiful red color.
Look for S. M. KIEK'S name written on the label of
the bottle.
For aale by the Druggists throughout Indiana, and by
K.M. LYON.Fo.t Wayne,
f Proprietor in the Western Sutes.
Also for nale by DrojgUts ten rally In EvansviUe,
and by . KELLER dc FA R.N S LEY.
maiS-Snc-dlyw
Wholesale A genta.
SUNDRIES.
TITCr M.l.ul. IV KnaK rtvtäat IniilM!
J S bush Dried Pea (bet; 300 lbs Sugar-cared Pried Beef;
10 lb Sugnr-cured Hoga Tongue;
100 - Western K senre Butter: dS Essence Coffee;
II Kit's No. 1 Mackere. aad foi sale at
tna?a COOK.'S PAMILY GROCERY.
poPFBI5.-40 bag Deep Green Rio, landing from
steamer Lafayette, and for sale by
S E. GILBERT A CO., 1
apl Sycamore, near W'ater,
D. WOOLSKY,
I j. c iiensow ct oar.
I v a nM . mr wn k f PTD eno Till? lt AO
PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
irrrm, Jtfeta Strut, kttmttn Frtk aad Fifth,
Bv&naTllte Ind.,
A RE now prepared to attend to the iiities of Und-r-
t. takers In all its various branches. aid have provided
themselves with good and neat Ht arses, and 'rust by their
long experience in the business, the superiority of their
Matalllc Burial Cases over the Collins which have been
In general use, their moderate charges, and desire to
S. lease, will entitle them to the patronage of those who
lesire their services.
Particular attention paid to Dressing and Shrouding
bodies, engraving name plates. cVc, die. Also, to pre
parinr and encasing bodies for transportation, with care
ful attendant t any part of the Union.
N. h. A large tock of Wood aud Cloth-covered Cof
fins ou band, and furnished at the shortest notice.
rahiitt 3m - .
PIlOSPIaCTUSoftho Indiana Free Dem
ecrat. jä. VAILE Enrroa axn Paorairroa, Im
4imtp0lii aia. At the repeated solicitations of a
large number of Free Democrat of this State, and at
the request of the committee appointed by the late Free
Democrat State Convention to make arrangements for
the establishment or a Free Democratic JNewspat-er at
Indianapolis, the nnderslgoed has consented to dlscon
tinue the publication of the luiUn Trut Dtmtent, at
Centrevilie, Wayne County, and undertake the publi
cation of a similar paper at Indianapolle under the
name of the Is nun Fan Dihockat.
The Fr D,m,crt will be an Autl Slavery, Politi
cal, Moral atd Literary Newspaper. In politics as its
name indicate, it will advocate the principles of the
Free Democracy. It will advocate the political regen.
eratlon or the Government both State and National. It
will aim to exentse the right of Free Discussion, and
as freely on questions of Mavery as on any other. Re
garding slavery a sin against Gad, and crime against
in an, w tm n nonuman eoacimein or uajre can maae
right, It will advocate it abolition by.Conjrreaa where-
ever it exists by rirtue of tlie laws of the General Gov
ernmenl; it will oppose the ad iision Into the Union
of any new slave Ktates, and the acquisition, by Treaty
or otherwise, ef any Mave Territor) ; it will urge the re.
pout of the Fugitive Slave get of &0, as repugnant
both to the Constitution and the principlea or Chiistl
a nit. In short regarding slavery as a sectional Institu
tion' not only wrong In lue If, but detrimental to the
whole Union, the Free Democrat will urge it a the du
ty of the Federal Government to relieve itself from all
responsibility for Its existence, and to place It influ
ence actively on the side of Freedom, leaving the sub
ject of Mavery, and the extradition of Fugitive from
service to the States.
The Frei Vemicrtt will favor the policy of grantln;
Public Lands, In limited quantities, five of cost to land
less settlers, whether of native or foreign birth; It will
advocate appropriations by the General Government
for River aud Harbor improvements when necessary
to the safety of Commerce with foreign nations, or be
tween the several States, and the principlea and mea
sure generally embraced in the Platform of the Free
Democacy adopted by the Natioual Com eution of Au
gust 1852.
Thee Democrat wil else advocate Temperance
Reform, moral suasion for the unfortunate drunkard,
and both moral and legal suasion for the drunkard ma
ker. U will give a condensed view of the Political So
cial, moral, aud Religious condition of the World, to
gelher Ith a brief account of all the Important reform
movements ofthe age, and the current new or the day.
It will give the proceedings of the State Legis'sture and
of Congress so far as they may be deemed of general in
terest. Eduation, Scieuce and Agriculture, will re
ceive a sh-re of attention. In short It will be the aim
to jrive variety and Interest to the Free Democrat, and
make It a good Family NswsnrBR.
It will be published weekly on a double medium
sheet, and with rood clear type, at $1 50 per year, pay
able in advaoce. II, VAILE.
Indianapolis, January 3,1633,
mar2S-lwd3tw
ADVERTISEM
EVANSVILLE merchants are repetfully Invited to
make themselves and their ware known to the
people of Mouth Eastern Illinois through the medium
of the UtDEPEJtDSWT PRESS, FAIRFIELD,
III. .
The County of Wayne, In which the PRESS hai a cir
culation or about goo. already trade more exclusively
at Evmsvllle than with any other city. Owing to the
improving Mtrktt Ftcititiii, aud the constaut influx
of population, this trade will rapidly increase. Those
merchants, who would reap the benefit or tnla trade,
and who can supply country dealer aud consumers
advantageously, should ln'orin the public thereof,
Ordera for advertising and sulmenptions may be left
with Geo. Darron. Esq., K. Raleigh's Wholesale house,
Main st.. Evansville, lnd. J. C. MANLKY.
nih'J2 Proprietor of thePresa'
NEW ARRIVAL OF SPRING GOODS
At the Wall Paper and Lamp Store;
or
JOHN DEVEREUX, JR., MAIN SREET. BETWEEN
FIRST AND SECOND.
THE undersigned hereby return hit thank U the
citizens t EvnUsville and vicinity for th-i liberl
patronage heretofore bestowed on h m, and would moH
respectfully call their attention lohli present new and
beautiful slock, coinnrlnin the Litest Djtternsof Hall.
dining? oeni, chamber and other Papers or superior
qualities. His stock of Void Parlor Paper I
meet complete, anl will vIj with any bouse ta the
West. They are now ready for the Inspection of all
those who may ft vor him with a call. No trouble v
snow goods. mUiTtt JOHN C. DEV Kfc.UX.Jr.
SMUT MA CHIN B FOR SALB-
THIS Machine was patented by J. II. McCray March
S3 )&2, and Is inferior to do machine now In use. I
have several onhands.and am prepared to furnish them
to order and warrant them to clean wheat therebv.
I nave the right to the States or Irdlana and 111 nois
and wish to sell one of the States or an Interes. In both.
This Is a chance to make money, and If any persen wish
es to enguge In It they will pleaae call on me at Mechan
lcsvllle, 3 Miles front Eraijsvlale on the Princeton road.
Hi KAM HOPKINS.
mh21-26d25w
SADDLERY. A complete stock of Harnes and Trim
minra. Saddlerr. Hardware, tos-ether with SaHdli-ir'a
Tools, can be found at BABCOCK BROTHERS.
MOLASSES 175 bbla choice Pl-.rlatfon, in store for
ale by S. E. GILBERT dt CO.,
feb28 Sycamore near Water.
ENANSVILI.5 BOOK STORE, Just ree'd Uucte Tom's
Cabtn, a farther supply of Ourse of Clifton. Two
Merchanut Emigrant Squire. SAM. LISTER.
mar!4
NEW APRIVAt, CP SPniNO AND
SUMM BR GOOD3.
r WIE undersigned have Just received and are opening
X now at tht-ii store on Water str et, near corner of
Main, a very large aud handsome slock of spring Goods,
as: -
SO cases Fancy Prints, of the latest style;
10 do French Lawns:
S do Bareare da Laines;
2 do Fancy Popplins;
C do bleached Muslin;
6 doRipnaaand French Cotton ade.
Alsoalarsre assortment of Sw'ss Muslin, Jaconet,
black and Fancy Silks, Farates. Embroideries, Swiss
and Jaconet Elrimr and Ins rtinfrs, Thre d and Cot
ton Laces, Ribbon, Bounut. brovn and bleached
Ta blec loths, Gloves, Hosieries, and a good many other
thing toon umerou to mention.
. ALSO:
A fine stock of ready mad- Gentlemen's and Boys
Cloihinar. Hats. Ca)s. dte.. Are. We are new prepared
to supply all calls either wholesale or retail at cheaper
rate-than ever before. Call and examine the Goon
we have Just received, as they are worth v of examina
tion. mhSQtf WM. LOKWENTHALckCO.
; ATTBUIIOa??!!
THE firm of Bvford dt Finch, by mutual consent, la
thi day dissolved. Those knowinr themselves in
debted will please call and settle at the old und,
where either of the Arm may be found ready to wait on
their friends, either professionally rr financially.
tnh:i im
TRANCISCO tllLLB" FLOUR. -BBL.,
a very choice article. In tore and for sale
low 'or casa on delivery.
S. E. GILBERT eV CO..
50
mh29 Sycamore, near Water.
ÖPKINS dt READ will open In a few days a large
and choice stock of Wall Paper, of the latest pat-
em, and will sell them at wholesale or retail, at Ettim
prictt. To all who are in want of thi article we will
make It an object for mem to examine our atoca oeiore
making their purchases. mh30
T?Ä rIR'SMONTHLY' FOR AFRIIs
JUST received and for sale at
apl 7 RATH BONE dt WHEELER'S.
MORE BOCKS Ä STATIONARY.
CLARK'S Commentaries, latest edition; British EIo
quence by Goodrich; Napoleon Dynasty; Loaang's
Ft Id Book of the Revolution, Ranlett' Architect, 2 vol
aoirplete: Dicken'aCPristraasTalea: Castle Avon; Ital
8 ewart and other late worka. Also School Books
ad tationary in quantity- For sale by
ma 2 RATHBONE at WHEELER.
COTTON TABLE DIAPER bale received and for
aale by JAS. LOW dc CO.,
febSS 417 Main St., Louisville. Ky.
EOOFINfJ TI3T,
foraal by
130 bOTesla store and to arrive and
finarSJ SAMUEL ORR.
W
K will take In exchange for goods. Ginseng, Bees
wax, rtaxseed. Feathers ana nag:
mart MERR1TT, FIELD et CO.
20
BALES Brown Drilling.
3 do Bin do; ree'd and for sale oy
mh2J . . .. J. R. MAÖUEE dt CO..
boots aud cnoza
as
V. K. HENDRICKS dt CO.. have received a
general assortment ef their large Spring stock
of BOOTS AND SHOES, of all kinds. suited to
this market. Their suddIv comes directly from
Eastern manufacturers of the best repute. Their pur
chases and contracts were made very early, before the
price had advanced. They confine their attention
tki krmmek aia .a, and have facilities for
offering article or good quality, at prices quite as low,
as any other wholesale house in the West. They invite
the attention of Cocarav MBacnaim so their stuck, to
which they are to receive regular additions, throughout
I the Spring season.
i Their supplies for the RETAIL TRADE are to com
prise an unusual variety for Spring and Summer wear
adapted to the ages, purse and taste of all.
, mh3l Main Street, near the Bank.
OHIRTINGS; Just received 10 Bales
heavv Western.
O for sale by
MORGAN, KEEN dt PBESTON,
snarlO
SHEETINGS; 10 Bales Heavy 4-4 Heavy Brown Sheet
tings. Just received per steamer Forrest Rose and
lor sale by MORGAN, KEEN de PK TO IS.
niarlO - ' - '
TTOPK1NS dt READ have In store a few chests of
! JLJL choice Tea, for family use, which tbey are offering
at low bargains. mh30
MCJ1IAP IKON WANTED!
WE want 10 tons old Castings immediately, at our
Foundry buildings, on the Canal, comer ot Canal
and Ingle streets, where we will at all times pay cash
ior a good articis of Scrap IroQ.
uh30 G. D. EGGLESTON t CO. ,
TO RENT.
ONE of thepleaantet offices in the city .over Cook'
Family Grocery, heut low, pouetion given im
mediately, at ply to Z.U. COvBV.
EVANSVILLE BOOK STORE!
JUST received, Villelte by Carron Bell;
Beotrive, by Catherine Sinclair. For aale by
mh2G 3d53 SAM'L, LISTER.
HATS
7 eases Leghorn and f. dai Hats;
lido Mlk ' d; Just received and
for sale by ruh24 MORGAN, K EN & PKKST0N.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
cafes Calf, Goa , and GTained Boots, and Men'a
fine Calf Shoes juxt received audforaalo by
29
mh24 MOKGAN, KEEN 01 PKK.STON.
WANTED.
X WISH to parch are a fw hundred dollars worth of
A
Lamasco City W barf Bonds.
rnarU
SAM'L ORR
PANT STUFFS, TWEEDS, AC.
or) cases iust received embracing every variety
of
itAj quality ana color.
4 Bales Ticking:
IV pes of blk Ciotha and Casslmeres, To all of
which we in ite the particular attention of the trade, as
they are for sale low.
in h24 MORGAN, KEEN dt PRESTON.
WANTED
50,000
pounds Feathers;
,UUI do Ginseng;
iUiX.0 do Beeswax.
Our arrangements are such that we can always pay
the very hig .est market price in Cash for the above ar
ticle. K. A. HOLDEN dt CO,
mh23-ly I iticlm.atl.O.
Mcdonald & ccs
NATIONAL
aDisaracrrt-ataa al levy .
"ITESSRS McDONALD dt CO aould respectfully In
1J. form the cltizena of Evansville and vicinity, that
tney have taken the room formerly occupied by Mr.
Webster, for the purpose of establishing a permaueut
gallery in this City. Mr. McDonald has had long ex
perience In the business, both in Mew York, and Louis
Tille.
Call and examine specimens! Pictures inserted in
Pips, Kings, nd Locket. Instruction given In the art
on reasonable term aud lustrumeiils Otc. dee furnished.
inh23tf w
ALTON, MT. CAFWEL AND NEWAL
B ANY RAILROAD.
NOTICE Is hereby given that there are no Honda of
this Company in circulation, as the Books of this
Company will testify that no bonds have ever been is
sued or authorized.
And as all the stock formerly subscribed on the Books
of thi Company, wa sold bv the Sherifl uuder execu
tions Issuing from tli Circuit Court of Kd ward Coun
ty, 111, and was by the purchaser at such Sheriff's sale,
or by their assignee surrendered to the preseiit Board
of Directors on itfth Jauor.ry, lf-53. a1 etrtifemtn ot
lock bearing dale revieaa to that time are wartktii
it bavins; been reported that Bonds and crrtiflc tea
of to-k of ibis Company, have been offered for aalo or
pledge, by parties formerly connected Ith this Compa
ny, the Board have thought it right, thu to put the iub
lie on their guard.
T. B. THOMPSON, President
of A. Mt.C.andN- A. R. R.CO.
Savvbl Tiionrson M. D., hecretary to Board.
niarlU tf
JUST received 1 case of splendid rich Plaid and Shad
ed Cotton Caseimere
S Bales Patapst-o Bagging.
1 CMi of superfine Blue snd Orange Prints,
aud for sale by . MORGAN. KEEN dt PRESTON,
maris
5 CASKS Sad Irons auorted quality;
3 do Bed Screws 6, t, 7 Inches '
Just recolved andforale low by
müSl C.M.GRIFFITH.
APPOLLO HALL.
THE nndersltrned take pleasure in announcing; to the
public that hia flue aud spurious Hall, can te rei ted
atany time at reasonable terms for Balls, Solrits, Meet,
ings, Co nccru dec. die
inhlaMy . X. STRASSAR.
GOOD CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN.
TO be disposed of on the moat accommodating term.
The well known old established Dry Good and
Grocery Store at Wiualow. Pike Con ty lnd. The stock
In much reduced to make room for a new one.
YTf Son e part of the capital employed may remain
In the business with approved security
mhl9 3tw GEORGE DEAN.
Winslow march 19, 1852.
50
HHDS prime Sugar for aale by
roar25 SAM'L ORR.
a XL GILBERT & CO.,
A rent fo- Cypress laciarr
TT AVE no w on hand and are constantly receiving. Cot
11 ton Yarns, Carpet Clutlns and Cotton Batting, which
they will sell on as favoraole terms as they can be pur
chased at in this or any oilier city. taarmu
500
DOZ Chest, Cupboard, Till Drawer, and ward'
tobe locks Just received and forsa-e by
mhSl
C. aU.UKlfrilU
BT. PATRICK'S DAY IN THE MORNING.
NOTICE.
ALL Persona Indebted to H. J. HART, cither by note
or account will please call and sctde on or before
the loth of April, and save costs; sfter that day my ac
counts and notes will be left with J. T. Walker Esq
for collection. I am determined to settle up!
maalStf ' H. J. HART.
EVANSVILLE BOOK ST CRD.
JUST received
Frank Freeman's Berber Shop, by Rev. B R. Hall.
Allison's History of Europe, from the Restoration ol
the Bonrboua to the present time (fart 1.)
For aale by mar 2 SAM. LISTER.
HATS 1 HATS I! HATS !!1
"TTTE have received a large stock of Men's and Boy's
IV Silk Panama. Leghorn. Palm Iaf, sua many
other klndaof HatssufUbie for the Spring trade. Also
a line assortment of ladies Summer Bonnets of the late
est style of Silk, Satin, Florence braid. Gimp.Albonl,
Jenuv Lind. Tronoli. China Pearl. Rice Pearl, bueea
Braid, aud other desirable kind, all of which we offer
to the trade at very low prices.
mar M ER RITT. FIELD 6s CO,
TiOTATO UNIONS. Just recelred. and for aale 90
A bu. of Potato Unions at,
n,ar7 COOKS FAMILY GROCERY.
PRINTS, IS case of Philips. Allen dc Ron's, Cochlea,
and Dunneli's best Prints, Jvrt re'd and for sale by
m.rl5 MORGAN. KEEN dt PRESTON.
SHKETING.S, 20 Bales Heavy 4 4 G. W. Brown
Sheeting, received per Steamer, and for sale by
maris MOKGAN. KEEN dt PRESTO.
N,
O: SUGAR. 25 hhds Prime Jr st received and for
. S. E. GILBERT dt CO-
mh23 Sycamore nea r wate r atreet
R.CHEESE.25bxs lust recelTed and for sale low
B,fi.UtLDI.ni VU.,
mbül sycamore near v ater.
ftr BALES assorted Tickings of the various brands.
t3 in store and lor sale oy
ub3
J. H. MAGHEK dt CO.
CASES
ass'd Coatings and Pantaloon tuffs for
mhSS J. H. MAGHEB et CO.
tie by
CASES Jenny Lind Tweeds just arrived and for sale
by
mh
J H. MAGHEB dt CO.
FRIWTS.
eases Prints Just lec'd and for sale by
mass MORGAN. KEEN dt PRESTON.
14
WATER-CURE EOOHS-
A VARIETY of works oa the Water-cure treatment.
Including the Water-cure Library complete. Also,
a general assortment of Fowler 4s Wells publication oa
Ifygjene. For sale by gAjpgQjg WHRELER. '
EFArovn.LD HAT UANUTACTOIIY.
Spring Fashion, Gentlemen' Eats.
I SHALL introduce my fprinr St)i of Gentlemen's
Hate, on Saturday, Mrcu 4th. 1 he atyle and shape
is admirably neat, and th quality the best thatcne ma.
terial and good workmanship can possibly produce.
1 am now ready to take orders. Persons sendltif or
der from a distance, mar rely on their being promptly
sucareiuiij BUCQ. f . VAUTIÜK-
mart
First street td door aboro Halo.
HEW SPillllG GOODS.
CCieap ! Cheaper ! I Cheapest ! ! !
I nave Just received th best selected assortment of
Spring Gooes, ever brought to this market: Consist
lug of ready made Clothing of every variety ; together !
with a apleudid lot of HaU. Cap and furnishing Goods, '
which 1 will sell cheaper than ever. My faciliti for
buying good enables ma to offer GKEA1EK INDUCE
MENTS then ever.-
MY SEWING MACHINE
still continues to turn off the best of custom work, cheap
er than can be made by hand anyw here. 1
Call and examine my jjods, they are worthy your at-,
tention mart S. GUMBEKTS.
LOST.
A LARGE newTarpaclin conUlnlngsome CO) square
feet, baa mysteriously disappeared livm our
wbarfbott; marked T. dt H. on the Omers. We hope
the borrower will return Itsoo... It is quite a conve
nience la oar bu.inesa, aud we want itlolend again,
marl? TAYLOR de HAK v E Y.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HO PK I INS &HI.IU would say to their frienda
aud customers that they are now receiving their
FULL supplies for the hPhlNG TRADE, to which they
respectfully invite the attention of all, aa compritlug a
large and carefully selected assortment of the newest
designs in Drtss Omsds, aud the most desirable of all
kinus or FOKEiCN AND DOMESTIC f ABK1CS. Our
stock of Embroideries is large, comprising most every
Uiiiig in the way of Under sleeves, t nder-Hdkts.; Fine
Linen Cambric do; Collar. Jaconet and Swiss Pointing
Edgings and Insertions; llain ana Embroidered CKAPfi
SHAWLS, from S)0u $30. Also a variety of cheap
Spring and Summer do: Cuitain Muslins and Laces; Fine
Painted Shades and Tri 11101.1.; Gloves of all kinds;
P. lute.' Ellk; .Mitts, Fine Fans, Paraaol. and Ladles Silk
Umbrellas, etc., etc It ta useless to enumerate every
thing we have in store, a office it to say that our stock will
be more complete this Jason thau erer, and being da
termlned to sell our goods LOW, we ask an examination
of our stock by the community la geueral. mb3d
NEW OOODO FOR BPRWO 1B53.
J. H. MAGHEB CO.
WkiUitlt DiMlin aad Jibheri in Firiign uni Dt'
ntstit Drw Qdi, Butt, Sksti, Hail, t'aat.fc.,
Futsr STa.srr, vavnsvii.LE, Uo.
Respectfully Invite the attention of Merchants and
the trade generally to ttelr unusually large and full a
aoitmeut of Spring and Summer 1 ry Goods, which they
have now in store, and to which they will be daily re-
Jtivin fall .titln.! tK.,1.S t h. aWmi .1 tm iaaai.s..
It is unnecessary for tliem to enumerate, or particu-
larize the different styles; qualities, and varieties of
their goods. Iiis sufficient to say thst their atock will
oeiouna imiana complete witn ever aeacnpuon oi
gooda auiuble for the Western market, all of which
have been selected with particular regard to quality,
i) te anu price, ana wuKU, rrom their long exptneuce
in the trade, they can confidently recoaimeud to their
friends and the trade in reueral.
Their stock of Boots and shoes Is also large and com
plete, consisting of Men's and Boys' Boot snd Shoes.
Monroes, and Brogana of all ainda and varieties. Wo
meu'sand Misses' Gaiters. Bootees. Shoes, Slippers,
and Buskins, with Children's Shoes and Bootees, of
every kind and price, all of which they offer at extraor- -u ouku. arebeale.i, and all who use it rejoice ta
dinary low prices beiui; purchased In Boston for cash 1U healing and inTigomtitif efiecu.
exclusively. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL LINIMENT possssse
The) have also on band a fine assortment of Hat, ' curntive power superior o all other external remediea,
Caps aud Bonueta of all kinds for Spring- ana Summer being so tkimicallj combined h( to reuia In its combl
Wear. - I nation all the virtuea of it several Ingredients to a
llta swssrjiatl V rstfiriAat t Knwava an a.vatnlnattAk rvf - Shift 11 if tan ra ntPatt la thai Wtrtt . a-aaaala Ii. Ka 4am.
mm-vj hb h w. awwv vujvis aas waauiiHwtiwH wa
their stock before purchasing elsa where, as they can and
will sell at prices as low, ami on terms as advantageous
as can be met with at SL Louis, Cincinnati, or any other
.. U a
ciwis uiaracia.
100
BALES Brown rtomeatica, comprising
Ancnor Mieeunrs;
PenuMIII
do;
Canneltoa
be vage
Spencer
Fountain
Washington
Cohoes
do;
do;
do;
do;
do:
do; In store and for sale by
J. H.MAGHKH dcCO.
54
CASES Spring Prints
Richmond dt Can's Madder Colors;
Dunuell's do
Globe' do
Light Jaconet Globes do
do.
do;
do;
do;
do;
do;
do;
do;
Providence do
Fall River do
Chintx Fall River do
Philip Alien d Sons; do
Spragnes do
Manchester do
Connestotra Double Purple;
P.ngllfch Merrimack Style;
Waverley;
Civ de Com. Color;
Clyde Small Fig'd Green;
Green and Yellow;
Hloomdale;
Perkins;
Fancy Madder Style;
Black tone;
Monsum Black;
Washington Mourning;
.Merrimack Blue and White;
Wattnppa Blue and Orange;
Menotomy do do;
Robeson do do: '
Harrop do do:
Suffolk . do do; received and 'or sale
at low prices by mb22 J. H. MAGHEE dt CO.
FANCY DRESS GOO CO-
CASES assorted
Mousliit Ltelalnes;
12
Barege JJelainos:
Plain and Figured Col'd Lawn;
do do Black do;
Solid Check aad Plaid Ginghams ass'd; .
Chambrays;
Silk Bares-ea: ree'd and for aale bv
mhSW Jl' M-GHEE dt CO.
TUST ree'd a snlendid lot of Saei and Plaih Cntasi
I direct fiom the Western Reserve and fer sale at
mh23 COOK'S FAMILY GROCERY.
1 UST ree'd 1 cask Bvass India Pale Ale
I l do di London Porter; and for
ale at mh22 COOKS FAMILY GRCCEKY.
fi.kTinTT arrjna.
PUT up in 1 lit, t do.Hndi do packages direct from
the old Rochester Nursery.
ALSO: a large lot ofanaker seeds put up in the usual
war. all warranted fresh. Just received and or aal
at COOK'S FAMILY GROCERY.
marl7
COATING, a few cases of Coating, Jeans and "Sattl
tiets, suchas superfine Gold mixed Tweeds, waived
shaded do.. Uudei tkenvicay jeans, ciue aui xromt
Cam biet do. Cadet waived Satlinets. green drab, corn
and brown colored do Plaid changeable Cotton Cassl-
mers. I'rinted Drille, assorted low unced Tweeds etc.
Just received per fcteamor, and for sale by '
marli MOKGAN. KEEN At PRESTON
TT ATS. A few cases of Leghorn. HaUof various onal-
XJL Hies and styles, and Kossuth Soft Fur HaU, and
Magyar Wool Hate, Just received and ror aale oy
maris MORGAN. KEEN dt PRESTON.
BOOTS AND SHOES-
TTTE Lave commenced receiving our Sprirg and
YV Summer sunk ol Boots and Shoes.
S3 cases per Steanw Tbo. Swan In store consisting
of Genu Cair Boots, Gniue. aad Kip do; Genu Goat,
Calf, G raised and Patent Leaiber Hoes, Gents Pumps,
Men's thick and Kip Boots, Woman's Calf, Goat,
Grained, fatent Leather, and Morocco boots, do Back
akin. Chlld'a Grained Bo U and Kuan Cacka
Boys and youths Calf Hrogans, Men'a Kip Brogans,
women's ni ppera arc. c. lorsaie oy
maris MOKGAN, KEEN dt PRESTON.
DISSOLUTION CF PAUTWERSniP.
THE Partnership heretofore existing between Hersbl
berger and Brother. Is this day dissolved by mutua-
consent. j Mt.s a. hkkshbekckk.
mhltf JOSEPH N. HERSHBERGKR.
CO-F ARTTTEU CULP NOTICE.
JAMES , . HERSHBERGER having disposed of bis
iuterest In the flrmef Col burn ot Hersbberrers to
Joseph N. Hershberger, the new firm will continue un
der the style of Colburu and Herah berrer. and are alone
authorised to settle the business of th j old nrm.
ANDREW J.COLBUKfl.
JOSEPH N. HRRSHBERGER.
mhl9
25
r BBLS Surar House Molaaeea ree'd per SulJaaa,
and for aale by
. til. BB'l.IIKH .
. , ,, . . I
WA DDING. Batting and Cotton Yarn; a lull assort-
erneut ofth. tov. tgg'gff ftyj , co
ir-arsa
BOOTS
V SHOES.
mti.ri.M.mMtri larce Fpriar Stoel:. lustre
1 cetred. Including Men's, By andYouUls Bronns
and Calf Ko-ols, oj ww.
w ay aa m i ii w 1 1 a it jm a a a
mar
FAHVY UOOOS.
THE Unrest stock oX Fancy Gooda and we ties eai
befouadat MERRITT, FIELD dt CO.
man
LAW AND XICDICAX. WOIUIO.
NEW Law and Medical Books lust received try
tnh . RATHBONE dt WREELKat
.LOlTIb VlLLE AN D OT. LOÜXO
MAIL LINE.
lady pike. itrnEiirvc Hatter
' EDT. WOOLFOLK, Cuit,
fjm k "ITT" ILL leave Louisville for Ft. Loals
Y Try Saturday at 11 -!
r t clock. Leaves St. Louis for Loalavllla
sr. 1 every Tuesday at f. at. raase fcv-
anivlVeatS o'clock A.M, Fundaj'r, for St. Louis;
Thursday's at 7 A. M. for Loukville.
Passengers tickeUd to Cincinnati, WheeMrg. Pitta
burgh, Baltimore, Philadelphia, ai d.lütertnedlata
rointsat very reduced prices, In first ilsss C.r and
learn boats- Boaruinf on twats tw Plttaburgk ti.la
ded. " marietf
nestilar Pacliei.
r - am 1 1 THE Steamer Fawn Wm. V. Hollcrofk
f !!ZfS maater. leaves l oulsvlll for Henderson,
I- X
every Tuesosy.ana rnuay. atj r m.
and leaves kvausviile. for lOuitVilU.
every Wednesday, and Saturday evening on arrival 4
ue car.
oct
O'RILET dt MITCHELL, Agents
UI C C LA" FaVANKVILLaK sad
LAFAYETTE. PA K FT.
The substantial steamer KENTUCKY.
Ii. K. it. TedforJ. Maater. havinrr been thorouahlr
docked and repaired. Is now in better OMer than erer,
will con inue regularly in the trade durii.g the season.
For freight or paaaagc apply oa board. "-
Hecrular White iriver
rS-JU FUi:iUT PACKET.
THE NEW llghVdraughtsteamorHlTE RIVfR,
Thomas ftinaon. Muter, will run regularly in ta
above trade. U.e present winter. JanC-tf
liefular Loalsnlle V St,
Lcnis Packet.
The substantial and rast iteamer
LADY PnNKi.lW
ST jm
Capt. Mauowaa. Master, will be at
aiisvil, every KDNEMiAY MOKMXG earl), for iU
" n eery r-.i a I NUhAiau Wr LOUUVtlle.
or freight t p age apply on boarf . febttf
REGULAR LOU1BVILIE A:JD CT.LCÜ
IS DAILY TJ. 8. ndAIUjI stU
fTSlA, The TELEGRAPH NU.. Cart. Taeg
Y r i I M.ltjr. Will paM EULfTillt lor aL
ri ' -" '- j fcuiaday niabt at 13 oVIotk.
hur treiUt or passage apply to O'hetly dt Mitchell at
on board. mar 3 Cmd
BVJSVILT.TI PT!TPT A
J Bli ROTT OA MAT. PaCimT
XEw AN1 SPLENDID CANAL PACKET
Ston ier. Glasgow. Master, will run the
eusulut; season as a regular patkt t front Evansville le
Petersburgh and intermediate Undinrs. It is exiected
that she will be able to commebi-e runnirg in the fort
j part of January as far as the reservoir In Gibson kvji't,
aud extend ber trips to Petersburgh and V aal r fta-i
a soon as the canal is completed. As ber owneu fears
used every exertion to have their boat complete. mul
order, they hope the public will award te them a liberal
... .a. . . .
reauy 10. ousines aa soon aa Uie canal was lu navlir. ble
For freight or passare apply to
ROWLEY ot GLASSGOW
dec22wtf Or the owner on board.
M R H H Ft H
11 4 M SI 4
AlCaLEAH'S VOLCANIC
TBE GREATEST REMEDY EVER DISCOVER
T ED FoR MAJf OR BEAST.
HE UNPAKALELLbD succeor die Liniment U a
sufficient guarantee for it wtonNbinr efflcacv.
the LA ML are made to walk, the WOUKi"D, BhUlS.
- we w mmm e vwaa MJW arw V MIST"
a minuting in healing iufluence, removing the CAUaK
of tue disease, aud Imparting life, health, strength aad
: Tlvacity to the whole stent.
I -aa m.M I.. J . 1 1. a aa a
ici uvi uear uuy oi persoa wuo were conurmaa
CK1PPI ES. Their arms or legs were paralised of
drowu crooked, their muscle being shrivelled and cob
tracted. who now rejoice in the permanent restoration
or the use or their limbs by the use or McLean's cele
brated Volcanic Oil Liniment. -Who. then will suffer
with local pain or external diseases when a sal and sure
remedy Iso esil obtained 1
JO K K A 1 K R I 4Ji
Are you affllctedwiih Cancers, Piles, Tumors, Swellings
Bronchele, Goitre. Paralysis, Chronic or Inflammatory
Rheumatism, Stiffness iu your Joints, Contracted Nut
des. Neuralgia, Weakness of our Joints. Muscles or
Ligaments. Ear Ache or Tooth Asbe, Bruises Sprains,
Vt ouuds. Flesh Cuts, Ulcers or Fever, Sores. Caked
Breasts, Sore Nipplea, Burn. Scatda, Infiammation or
Pains, no matter how severe or how long the disease has
existed? Suffer no longer. McLANE'S VOLCANIC
OIL LINIMENT will cure you. It ha been thoroughly
tested in all of the above diseases, and we have ever
known it to fail in giving speedy snd permanent relief.
THAT LOA1HOME AND DISTRESSING
Disease, the Piles, which has heretofore been considered
incurable, can be permanently cured by this wonderful
Liniment.
READ AND BE CONVINCED. "
Ma. J. H.McLim St. Louis, Mo:
Data Sia: I have been afflicted for twenty-three yearn
with Rleeding Pile; for the laat fifteen year I have bees
unable t work; during this time I have spei t more than
one hundred dollars with doctors, but they tailed to re
lleve me. 1 used a great many remediea, imonf these
the Mexican Mustang Liniment, but none of them did
me any good. Fortunately 1 was Induced by others
who had experienced the good effort of Mr LEA
VOLCANIC OIL LIN1ME T, to give it a trial, and It
relieved nie th first application, and continued to help
me, now I am permanently cured. I waa also troubled;
with a pnin in in back across ny kidney. I applied the
Lmiia-fit, audit cured me. I have used lion Burns and
other complaint, and It has never Llled In giving spee
dy and iiermaneiit relief.
Aenla,Aov. 8, IM2. WM. LISTEN:
1 live two miles aud a half west ef Xenla, Clay co ,111s.
A. B. Should any one doubt the above statement, let
him write or call on me, aud I will give them further In
formation if necessary.
r o certify that the above Ute menu are strictly
true. Lor i Baoason. A rent.
We have In our possession hundred of such certifi
cate, which we could publish, but we deem it unneces
sary, a the use of one twenty five cent bottle will be
sufficient to convince even the most incredulous of its
magic power in curing every external disease.
run 11UKM1S AAL) UlHtK AMNAIJt.
McLeaL'a Celebrated Liniment la t e only safe and re
liable remedy or the cure oi Spavin, Ring Bone, Wind
Galla Splints, Uunatuia! Lump. Node or Swellings.
It will never full to cure Big Head. PoltevU. Fistula, Old
Running Sore, or Sweeny, if properly apj lied. For
Sprain. Brul.-e. Scratches. Cracked Heels. Chafes. Fsd.
die or Collar Galls, Cut. Sores or Wounds.lt is an infal
lable remedy. Apply It aa directed and a cure ta certain
in even instance.
There are plain directions la English and German
around each battle.
PRICE OF THE LINIMENT In onseaueneeofth
Increasing demand for this valuable liniment. Hi new
putting up in additi n to the 25 rent bople. 50 cent, and
one dollar bottles. The fifty cent bottles contain three
tmes the quantity of the twenty-five cent alze, and so oa
inproportio to their cost, so that purchasers will save
money by Rettin? the larger sizes.
For sale by J. Ii. Mi LEA N. proprietor. St. Louis, Mo.,
and by KELLER dt FARN SLEY,
nib 30 Water street. F.vansvnie, lnd.
COFFEE SO bigs choice deep green Rlojust received
per steamer Glendy Burke, and for aale by
S. K. GILbEK r ot CO.
mar Sycamore near Water.
KACKtK WHEAI. Grat am Flor .nd Pear
Barley. Just received aud for sal M
maris
COOK'S FAMILY GSOCFBT.
HA.RDW lR J.
PA BOXE.4 Axes different brand.
Oil 30 doz- Shovel and Spads-
3U do nay ana ma ere nnw
lit do Tea Kettle.
30 do C-ffoe Mills.
90 do Ha che Patent Counter seales.
40 do Grain and GrassScyUea
30 do -jibes Snath. ,
2 Casks Log Chains.
1 An Kad Iron. .
Received and to bave and for le bf
"RPElTTiR3.
JUST Received, rl fs Splendid Work on Archi
tecture, In t x complete, eon's aj ir various
designs in every vaiie or building. Th beat book oa
the subject ever publ.sbed.
jroara gAiHBUJt or wtun.un,
carjRca books.
TUSTReeelred very FJegnot Edition.
J Episcopal Prayer Book, gUU
Parish Pralmndy do
Pslama aad Hymas da
Methodist H.nwn do
Ursullne Manual do. .
And a general assortment of BTbloa and Testaments.
.a i.ii nnl'L , ,i'iit..vr
man Ainou.r cc nnukba.
GOLD AND SILVER.
"VTOTE. on the Mem t
Jj deetao1 , calu 4
Stemphia. .larTlmdJ
OTE. on the Mem tt Saving Institution are r
a. Jäia office. No u Front Row
J. K S. OLIVER, Cash.
ftlDCfWf.
O pcs 'P1'' "d Summer Ribbons Just rw
&jJJ cetred and for sale by
mart wbkmitt. FIbt.p er syp
A fC BALES Cottoa Yarns:
JKJ 3S do Batting; la store end for aale by
DbS3
J. II. MAGHEE dr. CO,
-rtOTTON YARNS ; 75 begs Pittsburg Eatle Cottoa
Yarns, Just received bv Forest Rose, snd for sale by
marlO MOKGAN. KEEN dt PRESTON.
SHEETING; 10 Bale Heavy 4-4 Counter Sheetings
Just received and for sale by
taarro MORGAN, KEKA ex rUMi u?.
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