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ADD. II. SANDERS, Proprietor.
EVANSVILLE, IND., WEDNESDAY BlORNING, JULY 23, 1856.
t .gatlg Journal,
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. WIIEEIiEIC JtfCOBI-VSOS,
ATTORNEYS A HD COUNCILORS AT LAW,
., . (Suecessn-rs toln?le, Whaeler 5e iglehart.)
8rt toad and Coliecting Ageutl, Offlc M
Ouiiiile (A e L'nart oi'i
Wnthington Hotel, fsi,
. MLB. H. Q. Wobeie Noury Public.
FOttWAKIM IV C!TlUIS!ION
r SKW OKLEASS
aec.or to .,.,, Wh-rier Iglehtirt in Keal Estate
"At - Agencies.)
WK? 1" Law in the Circuit Courts of Vanderrr ureh
ind tUMJomlog counties. Offlceoverthe Canal tank,
KvansTiile. Ia. 'el14-iy
TtOHRIS S. JOHNSON,
STTORHBT AT LAW AMD RAL ST.TC A8"T.
n.'7J. 7?. -ln Bray's buildi.gs. aearly opposite th.
P.t Of&e. EvaaavUle. Ind.
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NOTARY PUm-10 VD J ,
sTICE OF PEACE,
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Mrrrr.,tUfri ta naueoiiatr aou ,o . .
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I. .aidomoe.. pym ' "a..m-,
R.for t. W. T. ra., E-j.. CaM
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WHOLEmVlR AND KKTAir, 11KALKRS 15
" oIdCS clIES & PRODUCE,
MQ00RS, & "
DOOM AB0V 8CC B.ITAMVILLE, 1KB.
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GROCER. FORWARDING O PT COMMISSION
, M 3 SCBANT,
DIAI.IR 1 AtL KlNBaOr PRODCCr,
i Ki'nee, "J- . .
fnrtlenlar attention paid o forwarding and Receiving.
Wa4kRST. BTWlll VIR ANDDIVtSlOK,
! ' ' WM. H. BOICOURT. Proprietor
W. A. t'lA.
r " ' 5 . ' . w r- w llariHrifki A? I;0. 1
WH0LE3Ä.LE DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES
rUBJ R " M"
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J. . RQQKR
. j0, 22. PUYDKAS STREiiT,
, Lleraloash advances will be made en consignment
' ''c hot I at" H ar a tso H & Va,.,, St. Louls.Mo.
Bkoict& Williams, Gray ville, III.
O'KiLax & Co.jKvansville.Ia.
PnsoorH.T & Raos.. Mt. Vfrnon.Ia.
f . u äp 11 . . M J H
..V.l. ? S'.TiVmbV HÄRLA .it
dt ' a-a aw a
' 1 0,Af-.r..,h.m.We. together a. part.er.in Ih. praetice
ar imuuiv"'",,v i
CeUtIW' . P . " r.alJ.J 4 ,Ki.m
..flaw, and will attenn o ... ffiV; on Löcuat.t
r aiway. u . -- :---, i
Prompt attention will begiren toooii.o..
BraniTiU., Not. 9. 1854.-ly
tt and TU Whilst., CincmnaiM "
tTAVK on hand a heaoiiful .toe
If nn Da r.l. p.rd Sheets.
!r f PRINTEH'S l"A
n,rf Shn.ts. BlanK ana ooiorea i.u,
-m-mrm tr nr:itRW.
ATT0RVEY ÄTUff AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Omoeln the "Cruscent City Bank" '
ILL attend faithfully to all basin. entrusted t. Mm
...ntll.IK IM UBÜCKKIK ASI UJUORl.
WATCH A J ü vi.-. b.!..
l'sfä... Grocery and Uqaot
. : ih...th,.H aimea.oD
ivaiiMH. KTing anotedöd the bainet
. . i .k.i.i.AAV on ri mil
, 3Stf2:C-VX aW. to oit er a.
VQ & CASH, as any house ia EransTilleorany KY,
' mHB subscrilTer has taken the above House, and nas
1 entirely refltted and refurnished It and ii miniri
" to entertatr. the patrons of the house in a satisfactory
manner. He has also rented the brick Stable.owned by
, Mr. Peter Burke, aud has a ood stock of horses and car-
' ''TheVtahleU large, clean and welllocated, and good
will be paid to the care of a0?.16"'1!0
. ajc.andin allrespects, the public ha IHnd 'e sher
I1ITB. 2S-asenew tyles rancy rriut,
l""'' 5 do black and white do;
"' S do aolidblack ?. . A
R..'dthi.dayaadforalekv JAMES LOW C-O .
nh'8-dw 48 Main street. Louisville. b-T-
STgr?Ooiö7no; 150 gro Linen F,o,,:
2. dos Hair Braids: ISO dos Dress Buttons;
. ts oos fancv Silk, handsome styles: "
I , iISMaokBomb.lne SO faoevaU wt Bweges;
...,j.ir.i....lf...l. h JA WHS bllW K j
. am Miin ret.. I.onisrille
KljUl K at reiur.a
A XK. Collins
r.lnnenootts and Manns; 5 casks trace
chains, hog and Halter chains for "a,"wTAtpKjRf.TI.
aflOOPRR'S TOOLS A full assortment oi r"";
. B , i.. . -T- - u-fta ;. ree'd bv steamer J r.
Tweed and forsale by
Main street ht. "tand2d."
B, K BOOR". A lame and complete asortment ot
Blank r.ednrs. Journals. Div and Cish Books of every
riety.f.tyl...d binding. f9r..bVsYyfTOV &
3 1aOsBTHIlJ PRETTY.-"
few chiice. first rate
"trf BOXES frerraan soap; 20 boxes Palm soap; 25 boxes
. 9 Cream cheese: 2 gross of aas'd scrubbing brushes;
boxes ef ground spices; 40 dox of ass'd Carry Combs for
sale by mhi2 ' ft D. H MM AN a-.
tierces ree'd psrT. O. Twithell for
. S. E. GILBERT ft CO..
Syo. n.ear Water.
W sal. by
CHOICRRfO POFFKR. 50 bags best quality ree'd
per T . 0, Twioh.ll . for sale by '
mhl ' 8.8 t.lLBBRT ft 00.. Sye. near Water.-
rl BLi, has also just .eceired 5 boxes suoeriorio o leaf
i. .i t ...... k nn n--i s .ross short cut J- Anderson'
-'(Solace;) 7 gross short cut J. Aadorson (Amarati Wgesh.
with one of the largest stocks of drugs ever brought tatk
market., - - ---
'!! KTROPOUT t! ROOTS. The abovj artlcVa baa
1 instarrired. Itis the lame tnat riro suco xuj.rr -
Isfactioa Kit full and soring.
Come aid fit vcursslves with a
pair tor nnaav. mn
l"- iv tv r.
B"aT k Y. bales brinht ft moth v ree'd p"r enal b-.at Mor-
KM. gaa. forsale by mh2l OKO. FOTBR ft co.
WK tX8. W bnsh small white ia shipiunir order for sale
M9 by mh2l m FOSTEt ft OO.
- BCHIKESS CHANGED.
. I RATE said toy sto-ek of Groceries t Messrs. Z. H. COOK
a ft Sox. who willoootinue the husinesa ej, mv o4d stand
which I have rented to them for five ve.ica. Tber will also
oaaect with it their present b isinens of FamUy Groceries
aad Produce I hone my friend and ':utuotra wslX aalt aad
xauaias their stock aad gir. them a liberal trial,
Ia retirinr front my present bosinesi. I would retnxn my
la.ere thank, to my aumerou ''reads aud customers fortheii-
r . v.ry llooriu wivHf..a, wmu 11. is iii'trn ue.muiD
liuAiaas.-th.ir verv sreaeraf ouaMualitv in "material aid.'
I shall henceforth be fouadi at tit office of Gr.o. FoaTEtt A Co
f which firm I am a member:), aad will give to the business
t f that house my personal attention, and where I .hall be
pleased to s. my friends.
JT i.n22-t . M. W. FOSTER.
'fTlÖB ttlCO. f'ivs Lampeheapto close consirnment.
f-rl d ' p.O FOSTRR ft 00
'0WilfflOII5.-!V CighU ass'd Sush;
Iii Paanel Doors, in stör and forsale bv
. ,ap . . ORB. P-Af.gKuai ft 00.
ISOhbis Plantat'oa ia fine order aulßO
fl k.lr.Ula far aiäIb irr.
ORF.i DAL ZELL ft OO.
FaASK CAKTKK ...W. B. JOUITT.
FORWARDING AN D COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
0. 20. (Ul &IUB THIRD ST.. KT. StAlJC AD WATEk
LOt loVILI-K. KV.
Sei.FnMiO., P. G. O'Riley A Co..
Evsnsville. Ind. jeU-ly
mmTu-t tivii i (.i.a Hua' Welting
reo'd this day and
I LOW A CO.,
V för sal. by JAM ICS LOW CO.
418 Main street. Lonisville. Ky.
CSIMERE piece, fancy Cas.imere, handsome
1 tyles. reo'd thi. day and fox sale ' y
41& Maint,, LomiTiU. Ky
(TO I' I'O -su uase. Ripkas Cottonade; Z3 cases
w York Mills Cottonades, reo'd this day and forsale
418 Main street, LonisTiHe. Ky
shirts, raw 1 1.
3 75ipieee.Silk Handkerchiefs;
1J0 d Shirt Bosoms; ree'4 t dy nni for "ale by
JAS. LOW 00..
aetg 41 Mtln rtnrt. l,oni'l'e. ITT.
JIJ4" fIRCKIV KO. '-v
Ifome J .urnal ApriM2; Billons Pietorial Atrl 19;
N. Y. Pi-avnne April I; -. I . unpawn Apr.ii.-,
Saturday Post April 1; London Pnnoh March 22;
London Illontrated Vews Mirh 22:
London 'llnstra ed T(es Mareh 22;
TT Y Ledr April 19; Broth r Jonathan April 12;
T' Tim" A""Ui; S- Y- ai" g LBTER.
TK5TI.'Ji. i ease plaid Marseilles Yestint;. ree'd this
W day and f.r sale Vy JAS LOW & CIO..
mhK-dAw " Mai jtfaet. LonuTille. Ky.
5 cues Cantos Flannels;
2 bales yellow do:
o An. 1.1..- ITUnn.la!
2 do xreea do do: reeM this day an forsala
I1VBS LOW no.
41 Main stret. LooiiTille. Ky.
i , -. . ..im h.n vn FT.n.hMk Toweling:
a do bleached do do: ree'd this
day and for .ale y JAS. LOW co .
rvlVO-V Ac GOD IUI a N
AGENTS FOR CLIFTON ANDOITY MILLS B JOK AND
PLATNBR ft SMITH'S
1)1 mk nook Paper;
SMITH ft PBTSliS OUT CARDS CARD SHEETS;
IisrUtbody's Hook and New Ink J
MAD RIVER MILLS, BT HAW BUAKira, ee.. eto.
"UJ1S' " " " ""CINCINNATI. O.
VY nere tniyoner...r, r'.rT!!".?-.. !
daeonntry trade, ana in. material .mpiuyeu iu iv. m.u-
aa-i .mU larica pain tor nags.
rivrlvftTI lAPKll V kKKHOL'tsK.
"lHEundersignd. Wholesale Paper Dealers, invite thj
attention of d'alers and eonsomers to their large and
varied itock of Papers. Our arrangements wtta Rastern
manufacturers and dealers are sucn mat w. are
keep an hand, at all t.m.e. a large stoek of Caps and Lottere,
flainsnd ruled: Plat O. oa. Demys. Medinms. Royals and
apes Kvysds; Blank Book Papers, manufactured by Flatn.r
ft nmh, aua otner nrst o.a.. mu.'wwi.ii.
We are agent, for the best Printers' Csrds, and keep on
hand, at alt times, a complete stock of rr.nters- rapers .i
very descrii-tio. Llghtbodv's Book and News Inks;
Slccreary'sunioreo in... rmu u .r..o....
i..... h.. a . Um .tack ol the best Fonr-
drinier Newsand Book Paper., and can supply orders to al
most any extent, with regular aitas, and irregular sues
make t order on shortnotie.
W. pay the highest market prtce ia cash, for Kags. Bag
ging. Rope andCotton Waste. nnnn...
Wholesale Paper Dealers, ft Manufacturers' Agent,
Ii 77 and 79 Walnut St.. Cincinnati
S.OR grinding wheat and oora,
requiring grind ng. .
Genuine old Auohor Brand Boltn
and all otbarsubtteate
Hing Cloths, and Bolting ol
all widths. . .... ...v. v
Our a.ut. J. R. Monroe, i antoonsea w .on m.
articlesatourOinoianatipriees, including freitiht.
flail at J . Monroe's eamiiy wrooery, nmivi
Second streets. . . t.
iel8-tf JAMKS KAUriISU X Vmnmua--.
FKF.lt. EI, llONDItlO,
KO. 7 LAFATBTTa STBKgT.
I , OR the sale or Butter. Cheese. Lard. Errs. Dried l-rnits
L.-T - u ..t ..a .11 lArrs af Wuitirs Proose. and oi
the nnrehas of aroceries. eta. Cash advaaaas made pa eoa-
aj 7i ui
lbs assorted Ouu Paekiag)
1 . ...t. Pack in. Yam
200 lbs assorted White Kor:
3 dos assorted Wrenches:
30 lbs Nc. 1 Flour of Emery!
S bbls Winter-etra-ned Lard Oil;
or aale by my7 1IORNBRO0K ft CO
PAYSES MEAT SHOP
IS now opened for the season at th old stand ol
ri stetreet. between vine ana ycimutflsuww
fi.ik-. I will keep constantly on nnn an
m i- ..nalit.ie.. and all of them at the lowest mar
kt prices. I would be glad to have calls from my old custo-
?""" f--"-a 1- r i vv p
m w r !.' . nnw veivin. the l.rrest and mos desiraVV
W toek of DRY GOODS. BOOTS, SHOtiS. HATS
CAPS and notions ever offered in this market, to which w e
respectfully invitee trad.. j JAjCess c0.
(" OFFKB 10 bags prime, per Empire, for sale by
J not 13 QUO FOSTER ft CO.
T''-tRI'KT C'H.-tliti. 25basto,r sal. by
S. 14 . GILBERT a OO.. Sy. near Water.
! tl'KKREL.-25 kits prims No. I Mackerel rec"d an
IIA for sale by mb.4
KCKIV ED 230 gross N.Y. Papes Matches 'or sale bj
I. ft D. HEIM ANN
EYÄJISVIM.F, TOOL TBE.
HWJS OP THK Bt PI.tXR.
MAIM STUKET BETWEEN F1HST AND SKCOrD.
rstxTTP. nnii,n;.MMl h.vin. larvelv inereased bis stock n
9 Hi,.1uil offers for sale to ih eititens of Vanderburgh
and surrounding Cwe. an eatJTe aaaortment oi
for Carpenters. Joiners. Millwrights. Cabinet and wagor
makers. Cooper'. Masonry Gunsmiths. Rlacksmitha and
Butchers, fte. Also constantly on nna a muswu oi general
locks, latches, butts aud shatters, hinies. bolts, screws, brass
goods, ets.. nails, glass. sash and painea.
Uli jiiri. in".,
.,i.i ml ,...1. niitiari Chairs. Brushes. Scales. Hells
xe and a great variety ot articles usually itpmu..in
S" Orders by mail or otherwise -aroiuny atternen io
Ml y APGÜSTPS WALDKIRCH
fcKKTVTS. Animtrataartioleot seed D3
fcO mh24-lm o tiA.-. a ijji.. nuuu.
Ü"rrERFIiK FLÖCliCho toe brande at retired price
by mh27 J.e.ss. '
Sfll P.N. f'LOCKM, JEWELKT.ftC
"mrE have lost received, (and ar continually makisuta.1-
l.r.. and An. stock ef W aiohes. Jewelry
Clocks. Siver Ware, ia short all articles usually kept la a
Jewelry store, and being direct from the manulacturer's we
are enabled to sell at verv low figures. Th publie generally
and the Isdies in partieular. aT invited to call and examine
eur ssncst and prices. ni..riurr a Yij
apiV iMIO B.ICB. WW., ui
.Ml KS It RRI.AL8.
20 eases elegant Fancy Prints;
10 do assorted bleao ed Muslia;
100 pieces plain 1 eh Lawns;
100 do half molding- Lawns;
85 do elezant Freaeh Robes;
120 do Challie Besege, eatra qriatities; -5O0
do assorted Pongee Silk Handkerchiefs;
30 cartoons assoited Ribbons, just ree'd andrer sale
my$ - J. H. MAGHEE ft CO.,-
GROCERIES AN t PrtOVISIONS.
WH ERB ean thn hungry people get
The best ol Groceries, dry and weth
They'll find them, you may safely bet,
:-.-. AtZ. H. COOK ft SoS'8.
There's flour and sugar, soda, soap.
Pipes, pickles, bucket, and kitchen stuff;
. Ciga -s auite worthy of a puff. .
For cash at Z. H COOK ft SOS'S.
There's todlish. coffee, starch snd spioe.
Hams, eheese and bu tor. very nice;
All to be had at th-lowest price.
Fur cash at Z H. COOK ft Son's.
Corn meal, molasses, pork and salt.
Aad further, lest the rhvme should halt.
You'U find lust every thins but fault
For cvh at Z. H. Cook ft SOS'S.
Tn fact, berveve this tale or sot
No man. excevtastopidsot. .
Can warn-for ova. pea or pos, -Or
any thing that can't bo got
- To nibble cold or swalfw bos.
- For cash at Z. H. Cook ft Sow's.
Boxes Planes atd SilsA Irons just reo'd by
TO THE LADIES,
AwtHANKLTN ft REILY won d, respectfully invite the it-
Attention of the ladies of Evaasvilie ans) vicinity to their
large and varied stock of Embroideries, and whits goedajnst
jumestck Liaoe uoiiara as saaee.
Emb'd Linea i do do
Maeso Chroohetdo - do;
Book Muetra do djK
Jaconet. Oamhrie aad Swiss Cxiltarsr
Swis aad Jaooao' Rurbroidere Bands;
do-. do Edgings and TasersioBSp
English Thread, Laos and Kdgings;
uAI,,.in, r.nllara and Sleeves:
. White and black English crape Collars;
Molian and whit embroidered Skirts;
French Corsets aad s lk Vests. ' "
Striped Nanisook. 8wisf and Plaid Muslins;
Real dotted aad Embroidered Swiss dress pateras. for
. alale. ow piiees by say SHAIKHS & REILY,
Z. H. COOlv & SON, ,
WHOLES LK -WD R KT til. HK.tl.FR8 IX
U.(OC'l-:iIEi A: PliDVIMU.iS,
EVANSVILLE. IN WAN A.
H HOI.KSALK DKi' VRTMEXT,
FIRST STREET, FIRST DOOTS FROM MATS'.
MAIN STREET, FIRST DOOR BELOW THE CORNEK
TW H. C0OKbfo thank his friends in Krinsville and
fj neighborhood, lor their favors so (reply bestowed nron
him since be has hen 1. business unospt them. nd takes
-hts oppertonlty of infrodoe'ns to their notice h'sson.Mr.
H A Ci'OK. whom he has taken inio parmemhip from this
Hate and solicits forthenew rm o Z. II. fooK A Sos. a
nontinoane. of the support so liberally ron'erred on himself.
Z H Co-'kAon harin tkn the hnimes premises and
nnreirssd the wh le of theilvck of Mr. M W Foster, feel
confident thatth.vw.il he enabled to snpply the eitiims ot
Bran.ville with every article they may rerii'e in the Gro
cery and Provision line. Z. B C. a Son wish especially to
draw the attention of persons in the eonntry havin produce
nfaav kind to dispose of. to their increased facility for tak
inc oif their twek. and snrtplyinr them at 'hei store, with all
article, required in the wholesale department, at prices that
must ens-ire their orders for the fotnre feb '-t
rST reeeiTe at Mrs. McKiv's f!p and Trimmer Store.
At,, an assortment of Window Shades. Oil Cloths, Bu-
rean and Stand Covers on Firststreet near Wain,
mb ' 4 kh y s k a v .
I-VXI? ! PUJTIG!!
GEORGE G. WALKER & CO.,
OKN AMKS4TAL AMD PAIXTIVfJ.
LL orders will be attended to with punctuality and des
patch. Omce Veonemaa's Row, Yin street, between
S.end d tbird streets. fehM-tf
ftTiTa BIXRS city Window Rias 8x10 üxl? inxl4 10x12
W " lxlfi; 20 iross eitra pint flasks received this day
and forsale by
I. & D. HEIMAN V
ITK I.KtTHER OtITKRS.Oente black drab
cloth, patent leather aither hoot. Ox'ord and Prince
Mh. rt cute from the most fashionable mainfactory Fsct.
HBiVDRlCKS ft MaRKA.
unASES Ladies Bootees: SO eases Child Botees;!l
II 9 laaes Men's calf and kip shoes: I so oases Men's hoots
for sale bv .
J. H. MAGHEB! ft OO.
BUS!! Corn, at 30e per hnshel .
7 if nrtrtK "IV
1WKK OF COFFKB. 10 boxes J. grow each just
ree'd. for sale low bv
hSl S. E. OILBF.FT ft 00.
Syo. near VateT.
PICKl.Kn PORK.-10 bhls M-ss Pork for retailing,
instTee'dby ap2 HBRRBKBW ftOARWf
3I.OI"R. 50 bags superior floor for sile hv
4 apll HER-iHBBOER ft OARS OV
snRI MliTS WORKS
1T5 kers V a nails assorted
JS J sites, reo'd this day and forsale by
I. ft T. HSIV ANf .
- m? T9 rr,. nh..,. ree'd this dav and U
i and forsale by
.c.a t n rRIMAXN'
ft. eST BXS full weight Star Candles ree'd this dav and for
TkS salakT ap I. ft D. HEIMAVN.
PBOCTOBTS PK tff I.- STIBOB W boxes of this
...afiI. Vkr.nrl ins, ree'd and forsale bv
apq s K. 'tliiHHini ij'i,. sranew w.mt
CiriVW R KiS- 8.000 for sale totv low to close enn
W sjlnment. S. B. qrf.BPBT ft nr.
fj gT CANS fresh Baltimore Oysters. Whole cans 1 ; hrlf
9 9 oaasSOo; justree'dand for sale by
. . t . IMIi ' IV K I.T
(w f DOZ Bucket.; 20 dot wash tnh in store and rr sale
Z. n. COOK ft SON.
TFTE subscriber having received a frssh simply of Imp'e
ments. is now tire pared to furnish the following articles
on the most liberal terms consfstinr of
Plows, all kinds.
Linineott's "train Shovels. Rest Cast Stael Forks, and a gin
eral assortment of Garden Implemen s.
Sendia veur Td.rs for rhreshing laomnes, as tue supply
will he limited t tb. demand.
mh6 THOMAS K ir,jnainstreet.
sw Tb. BAGS choiea Eastern Bin Coffee inst ree'd per
älF steamer Tweed by aif Z. H 000 ft SON.
ifi tlt'XKl.TOV SHKKTiV:. 2IT bales of CenneltflB
sly Sheeninx ree'd this day and for sile by
mhW-dw J AS. LOW ft OO , 41 Mail St.. Lot.. ICv.
1 sfa DOZ Well Ruckets
2 doz Bun. starters:
1.4 dos wire tied whips: 4 do fancy dastin brushes;
1 do nones bead brushes: 1 do pores eve brushes.
4 do Floor Mops: 10 do Floor Met. fnrsn1 by
I. Ar 11. rlfjlHAii.
a gf DOZ Plow Lines
J.s dot Mannille Bedcord
dos Mason lines;
S do Chnlk lines;
76 nest ass'd marxet basket;
13 dnx Lead Fa-sets for mle
I. ft D. HEIM ANN.
2001hs Cotton twine;
10 nest cloth baskets;
hf-che ts Gunpowder; S h'-chests Imperial;
5 de . Yonn Hysn; S do Black;
5 and 6 lb boxes ass'd Teas, just received bv
my.2 lZ'J'j ?0K & S0V"
BUST received 20 boxes Western Reserve Cheese, forsale
by my 12 CADDWELL ft LAN GL BY".
DRKSSUOORB. . ,
SO pieces Challie; 100 pieces Crepe d'Espagne. received
Bis day ana lor saie or
mvIO JAS. LOW ft CO
418 Mninst , Lon . Ky.
BOXES Summer Candles ree'd andiors.iie by
,r22 I. ft D HEIMANN.
UXOR IKS. 7 dox fancy and common Buckets;
211 rms ronnd wood hox aiaicnes:
S dox Pine and Oedar Chums, ass'd sites; received per
Yuba, for sale by my8 J. W. ft 8. VICKHKY .
Tlt2 4fla POPLAR Sbi'e- is yard and for a.Te
ap29 JOHN F. GLOVER
11 At'K KBEI, tOgil.MOS.-
ili Wikittsloug No. 1; 2ökittsNo 2. large;
5bbla do 15 qr-bbls No . I;
20hhl. do S; 3 bbls Salmon;
25 kitte Salmon, received aad forsalehy -mv7
I ft D. TTPTM XV.
I CASK Logwood; I cask yen rod. l oxes iouhle r-tintd
aleratua in H and I Ih papers: 200 lbs Extra Indigo; 1
case pitaah ia tia-eaaa, reo'd direct tT"mtiS.t uTn
ap'i9 . Z. H.AlOOKft SON
Ca CASES French Chocolate! 15 boxes Yellow Vermicelle:
t !t boxes Maecoronie; 6 do star Mecorone;
2- do Citroasi 1 bbl gTeen Cheese. fnrBile
low by D3 I. ft D. HEIMANN.
'loo bush Potatoes: 2 bnsh drfed apples:
15 do dried feaehes inst receiveo ana tot saie ny
mvS CALDA'KLT. ft LtNGLEY'S Family Grocery.
1.L. WOOl, TtVKKDS. 2 baleserey Twe dree'd to
dayandfor saleby -IAS. LOW ft CO.
dTtlTY MILLS FLOUF Selling at $5 an 75. Fine
C J Flour at I 505. The Mills are giving $1 for Wheat
onnni. Tirnmn -
5? 2" gross, ine varus, white Spool Thread;
do: ree'dthisdsv and
for sal e by
JAMES LOW ft CO.
black ?e-wim silk, r-n'd to
JAMES LOW ft CO..
kTryday and lor surfe by
418 Main street. Louisville, Kv.
r cases sol id black lawns, received
i to-duvand forsale by JAMES LOW ft CO.,
ap28 418 Main street Louisville. h,y.
-s case Tsrod' to-day and ror sale by
JAM"ES LOW ft CO.
418 Main St , Louisvillee Kv
TRIMMl.tiRS 10 cartons Silk Fringe; lOcantoossilk
trimnsings. reed to-day nndmrsile by
. f J i . ( c j r nor . nn -
! 50 cartoons Bonnet Ribbon asnrted;
do Dress Trimmings do: ree'd this davsnd for
JAMES LOW ft CO.,
4IS Main stret. Louisville. Kv.
-I20bbls aad halves and Prime for sale by
OB. FOSTER CO.
II a spai
14 iTiYT liOUBIR ASil T!CIi iflll.L.
rfy H K nndersiiraed have established a Mill, on Hie corner ot
I Sa-nnd and Canal streets. foT tb purpose of manufac
turing Flour and Meslfo' th home trade. Wo will keep
ruiuuil, AT, hi.nd extra brands if Flour, and in quam titles to
nitthe ttnil. W hone to merit a share of tta nublio pat-
tronasre bv r i vi voa aiciod article of Hour am Meal.
f Grinding done to accommodate the eonptry tade
HART ft FA5RCHILD.
rZ. Tai sTsV sTst LBS assorted Wire;
9999 24 slabs Mock Zinc;
30 Pigs Block Tin;
5 casks Sheet Zinc;
reo'd and forsale by my17
C! 4 LOWELL A: LASGIEY,
HAVING taken the old stand formerly occupied by 77. H.
Poo next the Post Office, have large and well select
ed scock of Family Groceries, which they offer low for cash.
ho-piBg by close attention to business to receive a, Ivb oral ahaTe
of public patron aire. ' my8
IaTa S äfl t i an ARRIAGE and fire Bolts ass'd sixes;
tltPamftlllF 150 sett brass and silvered Bands;
7 150 do- dash irons- oj- Bnggies. for
salr bv my17 - SAMI Bi. ORK.
ClORIKS. 50 bushels Pbtatoe
30 lbs Table Buiter,
yj lOOdos fcggs, jast received at
CALDWELL ft LANG LEY'S
-m g fätLrr S hi pst n ff just reo'd and for sale
HBRSHBEROER ft OARSOX.
M DOZ painted Churns;
20 nese-varnisiied sugar boxes:
Mar i s i
hza head Alnthns nine: 12 dox ass'd woo Sen spoons;
nest seder wash tube (9 ia Best:) 25 boxes steel Peas for
saie oy- . api. " ' .
- ran, i I.-1 XI , XI xT
aTt.niKii ntTtTir ivn TnRrrS.-tr lbs extra
m W sngaroured dried Beef; 50 extra eugir cured Beef
Tongues; ree'd per steamer J.
. CarMin at
Z. H COOK ft SOW.
Corner Main and 1st-.
RafaV BUSHELS Neehanio potatoes;
20 bush white beans
dried Apples; 18 do dried peaehoe
for aale by sotT
HÜRBHBERGER ft CARSON,
WIIKEI.-Elt A U'II.Oi.S
SEWING MA Cil I NE'S .
THESE Machines eperate upon an entirilir new princi
pie, using no shu tie. 1 ut one need;e and tw. threads.
They hare been in operation in the han-ia of families and
manufacturerssuthciently lon to give thrmathoroughtiial,
and have t iven entire satisfaction.
They are very simrle in construction, and birhly ar&amea
tal as well as uselul, fitted to adorn a laays i-ari". or occu
py a less conspicuous position in theshop of the aitisd.
It has been onr object to furnish iVarhme that wonld be
applies ble to family use. as w H as to the warns o Tailors,
Dress and Cloak Makers. Shirt end Collar Manufacturers,
ftc. We are C'-nfidant that o-ur Machines in tl presentform
are the best erer offered to the public.
Thonsm-ls of families est testify to their merits on all
kinds of family sewine, while Rhirt and Col ar Mannfactn
rersfieely acknowledge their superioriiy ter all others for
An examination or the Machines hrespeetfully snli itedn
atllorkinsft Read's. B. O. READ
epiTtf 8ole Acent foro-.th.rnlolia
BOILERMAKER AND BLACKSMITH ING IN GENERAL
ANUFACTITRE of Boiler Rivets. Riilroad Chairs and
S-.ikes. N. E. Oorner -Main and Churry streets. St.
Second baud Boilers always oa hand. Repairing lone
upon the shortest notice. mhl-3m
I HAVE opened, on the er-Srji,'-',"-"s?.
Pkaer of Canal and Main ntvets. JWZdl'S
a ÜOAT öTimw ana r.siwi..r '-r"r.t.i r,nu-
lfshment. where I will he pn nard at all times
to supply Canal and Ohio Boats, and families with every ar
ticle they need in the wav of Stores
Canal Boatsmea are particularly Teqn-.f'-i to remcmoer
my place. mhl3-2twdtf JOHN FARKHi.'..
los. NEW sPKiso ; ns.
JrST received in st-re afrehlotof Spring Style Goods,
which we are prepared to dispose o' i the low. finnres
We shall continue to rece;ve all the lat . sts'.lesof xoods di
reet from the importers and niAoiifietuTets, and hope by out
strict attention to the wants of the rnernhs to mrit a fair
shareof their patronage. J. C J KW ML ft Ci..
1,1-1 ,.f i;oTnT . me ain rir"i, ic-o.
1 Plaster Paris in store nd forsale bv
Z. H C ' lIC ft s )V.
R E F I N E M EXT.
t VFRY one of the above namis will be ronnd well adspt
J ed to and a true representatire of the immense quanti
ties of Goods int arrived at the wnll known Store of
Vm. Locwenth'il tV Co.,
Coroerof Min anl Frsts'reets. Haviug ai assortment and
a selection of 'Iocm. surp"?'nr in te variety of t. les, colors
and shade", also io n.ant 'v and .(uali'v ant and every thlrg
which we oranvother house trerx ib.ted. we tak parti"ii
1T pletsnre to nrite our frien1 and customers in Rvansvlll"
and vieinitv to rive us acall. We extend our invitation in
particular to the fair sx. aa'irin thm tht ev-ry article
iieirinal'le under the name of Dry 1ni. Em' rnidevien
(Swiss French and SootiM Faiev iMotli Minllla V bit
OooHsnf every description. Shawls, Millinerv end R'ru.w
Hoods, can he seen in the richest, choice a"d most varied as
sortment. We ar. ftillv eonvin.nd that we cm atisfy the
uiost'aosulne exnectstions. and at;f eierr -1 im i"epoctin
good tistennd low orioes. In Clot' in-if every kind and cut
we ran pUase evrv demand as for fishion color or quality,
and he same ia pio'oe goods. "ai and eenvince yourselves
mhil WM LOEWUNTHAL ft O ).
W KMOS. lOboxsin store aad for nie hT
g. pia PRESTON BROS.
pSTIlA FtII,V FI.OOl. Justreeaived a further
B l supply of e. Varkie's extr. s i i rune nour. warrantee
equal to the best St. Louis t ri
wf HUSH ELS II
out of rore
wholesale or retailby
minv iiistfrnm tk:e mills and oi'ii
white flint - llomiov confersaleat
P. no UN BROOK ft CO.
CASK Zante Currants:
1 bbl naper-shell Almonds;
-U bnves Raisins acs'd M
R. and Lnyers;
2 trails Datus, rao'd per steamer D.-l(-uder ty
7.. H. C.XIrt ft SON
-21' boxes just received aed to- salt-1
1, s M.(J POWDER. 25 kers ost. Tec'd and for
sale by apl5
r KMO.V SVRC1' -Baldwia ft Myers' pure lemon.
Ii ree'd per Persia, for sale by
ap8 S. K.UlbEKKr a in.
KMKT WDM VIR 75 bblsCement: 100 bblstt hit.
. lAStors aad for sule by '
B.35 ORK. DALXKLL, & V".
lo cases I aad Dounl cans, ree'd uer i'eria. for sal.
S. E GILBKKT ft OO.
Ts, k DOZ Grain Cradles; 20 dot H.lf Bnhls, in stor.
4?J S. W
for sale by ap.S
OUR. DALZKLL ft CO.
CASH. sr titAüE.
I HAVE a large double Warehouse at the Canal Basin, ca
pable of torio any amount of produce, whic h wiil be re
ceived, stored taken care of and held subject to the owner's
orders, on the most reasonable terms
mh-6 P G. O'RIf.EY.
IF 30 bbl!
t m Brtwdy; 20 bhls Bourbon A Rv. W biuky;
do Gin; 19 du Peaoh Urandy;
Cherry Brandy, fa-r sale a -
. 3. MYERS'.
frtoRKii.: BiiAnir aad w iaks -.
Maderia; Malaga; Port; .
Catawba; Claret; Rhine Win.
Forsale by mhai S. Ml ERS.
" fSPKlVO ,D StI.IIIIE'l fiOOBS.
fHAVE just returned with m- st ick ' f sprieg and -nmmer
a-oods. selected by myself with re .t ct'e as to styl a d
material an I invite th gentleman e.' the oity and vicio.it)
to call aud see lor themselves. Shop on 4-eond st. oppo-
sito Mr. MCarersfUi-iroh. DAN. O'NEAL.
"TrvrKhH'4 AT VVHOI.Ks"- M.E IMIHlif All..
'SHE undersigned constantly k mpe on hand a larse aort
R ment ot fresh Wat.ir. But ..r and Sugar Crackers and
also of Soda. Pilot and Vaval B-ead. which being manufac
tured by th laies4 inw ioved y.iehiaery. thev can be sold at
a. low a prioe as ia any place it. the West, and areuotexoellec
ia auslltv u v any otner manu-acsoiy in me itwumi., j.
Water street betwecr
StOCK aiwa .on B'mu as uijr ru,, w
Sycamore and Vine,
dee 1- dt l
f . STNZfcn
.tn rlrnifrn td havi
" g uetermineu to move to tanior-
a oneratorsale e farm on wu'ci ne uns ibsiucb.
situated on the road lea .in from rTyaasville to Mt. V eroon
in Perrw Township. crotaia.mg 126 acres. .aid land is com
prised of three tracts, all well improved and supplied with
the best water, aud i . a, healthy part of the county of v ander
burgh. . Persons i Jiiog to ,uir. Hase a part or the whole ef
said Farm, will ler rn the terms by aenlicatiou to the under
signed npon the p ,-emises. Title Indisputable.
anl(.iwd3mw THI'MAS KMOPT.
II MI'II IMI'SI ll llltli.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP.
WIl.IJtM BOVI.K ft CO.,
AV'VG nurchased Mr. Henrv Sohriber's well known
F uudrv. w.iuld respectfully ass a continuance of the
i.irn. extended him. and invito the attention of all who
ant Foundry vork of an;' kind done, te our faciliti.s. t
ire ei .pern nee. m tue holiness, and win warrant an or.
we d . and p-iees r- asonaDle. We are prepsr?d to mannfsc-
inre steam Bigines. Fir Engines. Hydraulic Presses. J o
bacce Screws and Presse-,. Saw Mill and Grst Mill Machinery.
Build ns Baitings Hfsepewer inrasners. i.orn neners.
Lard 1 ettles. Lard Presses. Railroud Work. Steamboat Re
pairsdone, eo. -
n.... - ..-.w deaerinlinn made to order at shortnotice.
Steam Boilers, Z ard Tanks, and all the fixtures belonging
Brass castings of a"i Hinds mide to order.
All orders may b.- add. eased to WM. BOTLT5 ft CO.
mb28 Bw Evan .Till. Ind
M okoss k Fasset fill, d with leather :24 dot Ui Slarroa
M: 1 dox long 1 square Genian Colrgne. 24 dox hears oil for
sale by api i. u.uoi.iu
! 125 cartoons Bonnet RibboLS. new and handsome styles;
JOO do new styles ures. Trimmings:
150 dos Cambric Cravats asserted qualities; . r
25 pieces surer twill'd Frencl Black Cloth;
. 20cartoons Silk Velvet Ribboa dilferentwidths:
350 Parasols, assorted styles. 5tw Satin de Chine;
50 dos Tnek Combs. 75 dox lud". Ruhher Puff Combs;
lfiodoiHirn do, 150 gro' Met I Vest Buttons;
100 ero metal Coat Buttons; 150 gt i horn Pand do: roc
this day and forsale by JaS LOW ft CO., -
ma-y-uaw ais Aiain street, ..ouisviiie. Ay.
U. B. tn-.- J M STASriELD.
ULiAKlVfj & TASFIELIJ,
CAUPENTlBRS A!sD JC INtKItS,
Shop corner Fipst and Chesnut streets.
LL work entrusted to its. done with neatness and dis
patch. - .
tff Particular-attention paid te the putting up of Starts,
Store Fronts, and .fohblog eenersllv. mb2-tr
psyjC BBLS Lakesalt; 20 packies No 1 Mackerel for esie
4 Ö by apl. Z. H. COOK ft SO-i"..
From the' Philadelphia Bulletin, July 17lh.
Fif ty Peron Cruxltiril and Hurucil to
jue.Atii una one uundrea juaHgiea,
NAMES OF THE KILLED AND WOUNPED,
About nine o'clock this morning, the appal
ing intelligence reached the city that a collision
had occurred upon the North Pennsylvania
Railroad, between the regular morning train
from Gwynedd, and an excursion train that
left the city at five o'clock this morning, with a
large party of school children, with their teach
Th'i particulars, so far as we have been able
to learn them from reliable sources, are as fol
At five o'clock this morning, a special train
of ten cars left the Master street depot with
the schools of St. Michael's Roman Catholic
church, in Kensington. The excursion party
consisted of between five and six hundred per
sons, the great majority of whom were child
ren. , Thev intended proceeding to Fort
Washington, fourteen and a half miles from
the city, where they were ,to enjoy a pic-nic.
Owing to the number of carsrand the weight
of thtt train, there was some delay, and the
conductor, Mr. Alfred P. lloppel, finding him
self behind time, pushed forward with great
rapidity when towards the end of his trip.
The regular passenger train for the city left
Gwynedd at six o'clock, and reached Camp
Hill at six o'clock and IS minutes, finding
the excursion train had not yet arrived, Mr.
Wm. Vanstavoran, the conductor, determined
not to wait for it and as his train was moving
along the expected train came thundering on
around a curve, at the rate of 35 miles an hour.
A collision of course ensued with the most ap
The down train escaped without serious
damage, but the scene presented by the excur
sion tram was fearful, lue three forward
cars of the train were crushed completely to
pieces, and the wreck mingling with that of
the hicomotive, took fire-.- and the flames com
municated to the other cars of the train. The
two next cars after the three were wrecked
outright, took fire, and were entirely consum
ed. The i mates of the three forward cars were
completely mixed up with the wreck, and a
large jiumber of them were killed outright.
Therä were probably fifty persons in each of
the tnree cars, and the lowest estimate we
heard fixes the number of killed at fifty, while
it was leared the d read aggregate would reach
When our informant left the spot, every ef
fort uas being made to rescue the wounded,
and the bodies of the dead from the wreck.
Everything was in the wildest confusion, and
it was -of course impossible, under the cir
cumstances, to arrive with any certainty at
the number of the victims, or to pretend to
obtain any particulars as to their names.
Henry Harris, the engin er of the excursion
train, was cut to pieces and killed instantly ;
and John Bagans, the fireman, is among the
missing, and it is believed he is under the
As soon as the dreadful intelligence reached
the city, a car was despatched with all possi
ble speed from the Master street depot, with
plysicians and other assistance.
One of our reLOrte.s, on htaring the news,
immediately repaired to the office of the com
pany, at Front ani Willow streets, but the 10
o'clock train had just left the station. . .
He then proceeded along the line of the
road to the outer depot of the company, where
he li;und the Vice President and engineer of
the road at the depot, which was surrounded
by thousands of excited men and women
He was informed that an attempt had been
made to send hand cars along the road to the
scene of the accident, but they had been im
mediately surrounded by ttte mob, and the
polic and the employees- of the company had
the utmost; difficulty in keeping them, from
beim; run o!f with. -
The excitement at the Willow street sta
tion was also intense. Excited crowds weie
eagerly inquiring for the latest intelligence
from the scene, while those who had children
on the ill-fatad train were in the most dread
ful condition of suspense.
The news of the accident having been
widely circulated, a huge numter of persons
who imagined tLeir friends might be among
the injured, also proceeded to the outer sta
The excitement among the pedestrians, the
majority of whom were females, appealed to
increase as- tkey reached the Cohocksink sta
tion. . , -
The Bulletin publishes a list of sixty seven
persons wounded, and then the following list
of the killed; by which it appears forty per
sons lost their lives : ,
. f THE DEAD.
1. Hunlt Campbell, residing in Jefferson
street, between Cadwallader and Washington,
2. Mary Lilly, residing in. Charlotte street,
burned up in the cars. '
3. .James Mclntyre, lfyears of age, dead:
residing in Washington street, above Jefferson.
4. Mr. ; unknown white man, burned
up. Nothing left bat a few bones and his
shoes. ' " " ' -
5.' Mrs. r unknown, white woman,
; 6. Miss- , unknown" white girlr dressed
in white, head crushed.
Ts Dugan, residing 5n Master street,
below Germantown road.
j 8. , unknown white man, head
9. John Riners, dead. P.esided m Cadwal
lider street, second door'below Oxford.
1( James Hickev. : Resided corner of Phil-
lip and Jefferson streets, dead and missing. ,
..IL. Rev. Daniel Sheridan, of St. Michael's
church, dead. Resided in Second street, above
Master." He wa3 crushed m a dieadfui man
ner between two cars. s . . . .
12. ;. Wm. Barnard, residing- in Cadwallader
street, near Master, was burned up before h -
coula be rescued.
r, TT TT ' lt.
Aii. xaenry xiarns, engineer,: cuea vu tue
way to the cars. His injuries were of a dread
ful character. - He was aged 21 years., V' - i
14. John Tuton, near Frankfort road and
Washington avenue. Employed in a machin
16. James Roy, residing in CadwaJlader
street, Leiow Oxford. Body dreadfully crash
28. Eleven bodies of men and women, and
two children, were burned to death in one cat;
The names are unknown. They were .cabghl
under the side of one of the cars, and roasted
itlive. When we saw the remains, thejpre
sented a horrible spectacle. . j h
33. The mutilated remains of four men an!
women and a child, were dug from beneath
the engine and fender. ....
34. The remains of a small chi'cT were foiiria
under the remains of the eng:.ne, in the ash
pan. " - - :
Af mi .i s i.
. lu. x nc remains oi six einer uoüies wer,
raked out of the ashes, and placed on the grass
opposite to where the accident happened. " 3
From Ibe Bull.tin or the IBtb.J y f
INCIDENTS OF THE DISASTER. -v
The suicide of the conductor of the down
train, is one of the tragic incidents of this ter
rible affair. Mr. Vanstavoren, after the acci
dent, procured a vehicle and came to the city
with the dreadful news. He received no bod
ily injury by the collision, but when he reach
ed thecity he was in a terv high state of ex-
i-ncuicui, auu uiiituu ut an iiiitmion to uesiroy
his own life. This was subsequently put into
execution. In the course of the fiernoon he
procured an ounce of arsenic, and tcrftlloweri
it; he soon afterwards expired, notwithstahd
ins the exertions of several physicians to ear
him. , :.,! -.;
Mr. V. was but twenty-nine years of aeo:
he was unmarried, and resided with his broth
er in Buttonwood kreet, above lUth. Hi
funeral will take place on Sunday afternoort.
i ne deceased was much respected by a very
large circle of friends, and he enjoyed the con
fidence of his employers in the fullest degree.
A report is in circulation that he was employ-
ed on the Camden and Amboy Railroad at the
time ot tne Uurlington disaster, but this," we
are assured, is entirely false. . He had ßö con
nection whatever with the accident; ; , , j ..
The weather yesterday was terriblv hot.
and the sun glared down with dreadful inten
sity upon the poor victims, and upon those who
toiled torelieve their sufferings. - - j -,-
An eye-witness describes one car that took
fire, and which was in flames in an instant. As
soon as possible the car was broken open.'fcwf
no Itvivg soui was left tntt. Ihe inmates wert
all dead and enveloped in the fierce flames. -
as most ot the victims were Irish of conrso
the demonstration of grief which met one's
helpless ears were of the most voilent charac-;
ter. They surpassed anything within" thai,
range of the reportorial experience. ; h
Ihe bodies of those who were burned - be
yond recognition were gathered together. In
a blacksmith shop near where the accident
occurred, we counted twenty-one burned
bodies. . ,' i ;.'
Under a temporiry shed lay the bodies of
eight other human beings so charred as to b
utterly unrecognizable. ' ' ' .
Near where the engines came in collision
portions of human bodies lay amopg the smok?.
ing timbers, and the bent iron. . :
e will not shock our readers by a descrip
tion of the condition of these bodies. All wero'
burned in the most horrible manner--and of
the whole number theiewere many that were
so mutilated that there is not the slightest
hope of their being identified. Very few had
any vestige of their - clothing left on their
bodies, and the heads and limbf of many were
burned entirely off ! ' This morning 'here were'
fifteen bodies at the Master street Depot that
cannot possibly be recognised. ,
öome of the bodies of the victims wen
without boubt entirely consumed. Ex:LieutC'
Davis in ' eearching among the ashes under
some portion of the machinery, found a few.
calcined human bonds in two places. They,
were, without doubt, all that was left of two
hu m a n bei n ga! Ihe rema ins of loth could read-
ily beheld in the palm of the hand-- '
1 wo or three trains ran to and fro between'.
the city and the scene of the disaster during,
the afternoon. The friends of the sufferers
crowded upon the trains despite the exertions
of the police to - prevent a rush, and some of
the more daringr ones actually rode upon the
cow catcher in front of the locomotive-. , ,-.
aWLA llll i Ks J I rsT llh.t tl 4 r-aJ
9 Sugar House .Molasses . Zinc Washboards; - ,
J'lsnta-ioa do; vvasb rubs; . -
Conklin ft Wood's Vinegar: Fancy Buckets; ;
Star Candles, full weight; Mackerel and Herring; ' '
Tallow Candles; Liverpool Table Salt; - r
Fes Caps and Bar Lead ; Transparent. German aad
Cincinnati Soaps, for sale cheap by (
jeiu 1. siaiivftv. "
itTECHKAn! ICECKEAMl!' M
f WISH 8 inform my friends and the public generally, that
I have re-opened my Ics Cream Saloon or. Firststroet.'
nearly opposite the Postoffice, wheie I hope to give entir
satisfaction to all who may favor me with thsir pa'ronage. - -
myio-tt r. ainn, a i .
Slit IT TTRPKA T tX K J ust r'd aad fo aal by the
barrel or smaller quantity. . r --f
my28 3. . GILBERT ft QO.,Syo. gcafWater.
ß? I' IV OK IE
rCJ 50 ease Lemon Syrop;
10 eases Catawba Brandy;
"t io do Cordials; -
. 4 do Green Swiss Cheese;
'. 7 do Cnravo. for aal. lav !
8. MYERS, Sycamore st.
5 do Braady Cherriss;
4 bbls Peach Brandy: ,
5 eases Jamaica Rum; .
fcI PIOH Fl. K KI.OI R ia bbl andsaem. various oranas.
for sale by
J. W. ft S. V1BKERY.
TPJTOSilKRV. "00 dos assorted Hose and Half- Hose reo'
II to-day sad for sals or
JAMES LOW ft CO.
r,rii a 0 on liM. T.oaf:
10 bbls Crushed;
Jaj ' 20 do I'ewdered: iu- ree'd, for sale by
TENN1TY ft SORBNSeif
C1HEKSK. 30 boxes üngii.n Dairy ana western ne-erv;
J C he."e forsale by myl4 I. ft P. HEIMANN.
tRPER'8 M AGAZlXk for Mav. just reo"s and for'
T. CONYNGTON ft CO.
-100 boxes instor and for aale by
- - PRKSTO BROS.--
UECETVED by CRAWFORD BELL, t largest assort-1
ment of concentrated preparations evsr brought to this
Phytolaecin, -'" J
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0 bbls St. James Sugar-house Molasses. ,
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TENNET ft SOS-'NSO; 1
EVANSVILLE IIYSrUASCR COTaPAÄ V,
of f-'Tavsaville, Insjlar., , . -:
OvnCTJ 0 WATM BETWE MAI! AHT STCAMO STBTB.
fiinHTS Company wiir tok risk. ra Buildings, Stocks of c
1 Merehaadii and other property against fire. Is on
moheaud cargoes generally against tks perils of th ,
river. and toUaranspat.-
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JOHN S. HOPKINS. Fres't.
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