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EVANSVILLE, IND., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, I860.
iOLUMK XII.
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THE EVANSVILLE DAILY
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By e week (payalile to Carriers) .
Tri-Wc kly 1'aper
Weekly Fajit-r
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. TI... ..rKIWu f rcnrlv a.lvei tinrnt i- limited
to ih own immediate hircmsiH, in flair .. ., rain.-;
ami ill ailvi lUseTm-iita for Fr l-fl ! Mi' r
penbvs, m well n lefial iMU.-rtiM-ni.-iil and r
UsesontHof uuitioii rni'l i.!erl,kci.i.-ii:s .nth
tin- i.imn of otla-r pars, n. ut in l.y iln-i.t.-must
be iid for HI tlf-usual rates'.
!Vj Nu report, resolution .r rniewaiafc i.f suy
soi-partition, msii ly, assis-tating or ildlc nui-iii n
,iii.I rohtntiiiili atioli ileidgm-d to .-all attei.tl.ni to
may xiatter of limit. -.1 .-f In. liviilnal im out .-an '
lusortud, uulesn. paid lor an ail adverti-a-un-ut.
e i',.i.t'...i. for yaartj advertising ..til n-il nj
disci litiniad unless an ord. r to that etlc. t i l. rt at
the i ffti'i-, and uln-n i!iK4-i.tiliiiiii'.l in less than n
jar, the price or lite whole year u ill lie . tiai ud.
MlXcKbI advertbxnaenU hereafter, win l- -luilifrfat
tin- exjauno of lb. attorney" or.lori.nr. ami
Dot flnlayalde for legal pr. . . d'.,e. latl .-..les-lalde
at our usual tint.-.
B.Oor fairitiH for Job W-rk ami tranateul xltrer
ttaatwutil fcrt UAST1.
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t in i t m i -: very ltw nite.. He has a very nice aajort
i'"' i sol ii.-7( -Imi ment i.t Siniig slmwN. '"'(H
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BUSINESS CARDS
It. U. WUIKI.KU.
.as iiii.va.nir.
WHEELER & IGLEHART,
1 TOT'lTN fi M J f k T I A 167 J
All Uriilt I a A 1 1AW, i-
liKNKKAI. .'Cit.tKCI ION AM
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
(tftlee on Third -t , upi. tin. Court llonae.
Apritj
WltLIA HI A V K ,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER,
Cor. Plrat itnd S-i:c.iiii' Sts.
I nrtlcnlar atteutioi: paid to IHe repairi I, I Mu
.l, tteiiealiiiK. mid FlfK WAl't llKS
Out' Yuilimj and WrtUwy iUriU tHutif V. hira.
BMratf
t . I'1. Bitot t; 11 TO..
UK
mi.lt CJll. THK JfT.".EJS'-
lion iif his friend-'
rtcr of i 'lurl. in I t
id Hi
i-titi-i
Mote, e'-rtiT of
1 . . W li.-:
has just nMMd n-
nrmiffcixt totil tVrei'i-.
ntmfme will Is- supple , I w:l Tin- purest ,il liel. -of
misiieit.es l.f BTii'te: te st the lotrest e.-ish priii s
r the rfty. tin
Jacob Sinzieh & Son.
, l'-.!er fit f
BOAT UTGRES,
IH f.- ', '',-f. f Vi it fffemmtmrtf
i LiTER VIEULINQ'
- . - f - r, . o. i a a: r t tjk h
MP si-u r,B i . K v s.-V i I.I.K, Kn ,
l-Mtltu i i Paint-, Vartiistm, Alls, i.-.SiiilN. Win
. i . -iv tl. usi. I'li;, liciiuii' Shop Km itilore, Mltoui-
der ' nrai-es. Alslonii'iiil Stipporti-rs,
Suteii si I-triit,i.-ee o. Ac.
ALSii I'uin Win. ami Itiatidi.v, am! all poi.u
tar palt-nt niediciiu-. e! ti.. .i.-. i.. j Is
gf ili.i H I. H i JtieJ It - -HTV, Bill Hid
y ai.i and Ket.il UKOtiKR AND KIU-V l.-'lit.N
M m'Ki'll A.N'I', dialer in ( .ii Ja'e, Nails. Claims
Dieltt. row.l. r, i'l.isli r Cai Ar., No I i-- ''i.,i-i
stiieet, Bear tlie t'anal, Kvauavi'de. 1ml. fttWW
gSHU, hjU.itMtM.'t, lit., UUCJKH
P stri-et, K-. ins i!!i Iudl&Xia, Vtliu!i.-iMl,' !'.e
tn in Grocer!.. i. aiel all kinds ,,f Piislnc. NalU,
ftlaiui. White t.iine, t'siinei, t , t'olton Ys . n , Wh i l
bend, LiDseid Oil, He., ,Ve. A Wo, couataiutlji ei.,
hand a full stock uf S:u-.h, fun.-! Doors, jkc, of all
a:2ti
fft E. Q. SMITH, R$ ;
h CHAIR MANUKACTl'UI.R, Mk j
T I Market slns-t, KvaMville, Ind , wfll l '
keep on baud and niiike to older evei y varii ly ei J
laai anil nwsrmu i:haii. i ne t -ram- nippne.i
at loa est rates. Hot, Is, Steanil-ealH au.l II ills fin -nislii
il proinplly to order. All anrk w.u rniiied
1 u 1 1 1 I y
raw JHJt B'mJlatT, I'M tsn lul.v s
m A Nil DKUtiOlSTS.
We are reeularlji lee.iviiie niM it loirs toours(,H.k
of Dut as, fi l.lili'l.Ms. I'tiKMle.l.s. I'sivrs, tin. A,
tTAMUMiaa, I'tiunxtHV, and I .si ! AnTiei.i,
rllHWt are fn'pared to offer te flte trade on i
v'oimI t,-i ins as rut' U. pi ;-h.-lseil ill ('im-illfnitit boll
iaville, or St. l.oiiis.
tVe have in -tor IS Ions of K.xru. Pi'itr Wiiiti:
tffcAn, ill kejis of 2f tfie. So If is, and i'lil ths. M lii.-li
lei .- I" t lie tin ile al Butkatacinrnn prion
Kr LI.Ki, VVlll l K.
No. ..I M-:ifr.s I.
ir.'KKJ' K I'ltHSTfiJS, Wuai.K-
Mk hAi.k nitv uoons tim sb, t i ii -.n-.-i. kv-
Visville, I nd. " Men hauls will alwajn Rud a full
stock of Iiry Hoods, BaotB, Sthoisi, Mats .ted I'aps nt
lite. floHse. wllh-li witLls. sold on fair terms, (spl'l
m,mnm:ttf umtTMKit, wirtt m.-
V BALKAN H UK r AIL DKAI.KIU) IX
PAMIJLY GROCERIES,
CLASS, NAILS, FLOUR,
aralYi, Heeds, Bat?, Lard. 1 ill Itlieketn, t.linrns.
and N'eo,twae jsvneratlj, Nik. IU Main stivet, K. -utisvitte,
Ijid. (oHids iletivert'sl in any iirt of Hie
rify free of eRorjcb. liH-l-'t
ns. yf. vti KSitv .mn vwitv....fiA-s"i rtci.rKi .
fwi' lfl M'ilt.n US- HI;tHJK8h
All A IV ALL1S A IHIWKH, r'orm.'im: and
( s.iemlMio.i Mrreliatits, Ke. t ili els of tin i-etelirat, d
M.atjnolia Whisky, llealeis in all kiniilil el Ptxdies-,
aperior Old It, nirls. n and Kye Wllislfiis. si.-i l- oi -
D.'lll'KllU I.1UIIO.S, A.-., Viatel . I.S.,
alaive V iiri, KVansTille, ind.
iAuu n. als. Btatia mnn
r : vEr- -v s- . .
m MltTX HHIKT .tlJ'?rri:
TOKV, 3& MAIV BtfttKKT,
KvANKVII.tr, iNllt.NA.
If you wisb to tf-t tlo- wuitli of your money tit
sliirts,(ieiille.T.en"s Furnishing Goods
FANCY SHIRTINC PRINTS,
Pleasu raU al 33 Haia Sin . t.
All ,.i,i, j.-t .-in, Intl.- Silk, t'often ntt'l Llta-u
i is,. .. ! . , pi - u j.i ; lUU-luleil le. slid neatly executed.
., UraU-ful tor past patronaue, I n ss-i-tnii!y iulicit
a ( .lUliimauee ot the name.
liirts inaile ie or-isr from measurement , are!
aatin&wtiuu warranto. -,-'t.!-ly
jAMtS M. SUANkLIN BKAMPBE VI. II .KIHN.
SUANKLIN Nc HAH1HW,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Itl-WUVll.l.V IVIl
rr. mm; hkai. ktJtm. j.vii
Niits.rl:1 Imsitiesi i-ii'iihimI to them -a:!i r...
ceiie ptoml I ami earsful attention. Kuivcia! at
tention -v i 11 be given to tho collection ,,f ta o;.,s in
ia- f.41ievii-.. tvivns, tin. fcvaiiakin. lKaak
Jit, Yi-.aou, li -oiiviHc M. ,.!.,i, ei, ,
rann,
an-
ii.ll.iu, Priucetnu . Vuicriii.ca, Ma.-hi1.4t, , 11...
am! I'l tvi uburth, ai.0 it. the eoaati.s in u hK-h i,;
Iuvqi are located.
(iFFlC'K Third Bfraaa, aajntniny the i:outi
llolllte. keptfi-li.l
M. K FRENCH i 00.,
WUOLK6ALK DEALERS fS KEAM-MAUK
Olotlaiiis,
TAXKE E ,M O T'OiV 8 ,
etc.. 20 Alniia Street, F.TSiiiv .lit , Ind.
Agents for Germaa AmcHav lli.ttit.j? Cloth.
atxaxav.,
...; -a ,m a.
it can claiin the authority of de
WholeKtlitt (trtieWi" ItaOtmetng tVns-rvatitcs, and uniuiting
Hv .iiii. .. sfic.i u twi-vii Water and He., h :s- iheir motived, when Ibey seek to ttltulv a
vllle. Indiana. A lull assorlmellt d llns-elles nl- - lr-
wuy on bamb aud for sale at the losest i.ii.... , tiliielv brake lo cheek the de-siructive speed
Ltiitfarf,:4..xta-ess'lltki. I'.iiom nrns,. , ul
BMUiutu. uiier' (n-ice
(ii. a i
&hc gtfUg 0UttttK
rURi.ixiiicii y
JAM KS II McNKKLY Kdilor.
V. M. Til AY Kit, Hat' I ISiuinr Miauujrr.
JNO. H. HrMKKLY, Hup t lmtmmmm Jortint
liNIIKS tui riKM or thi;
EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COMPANY,
iourual Buildings, Locust St.,
H titer tit rtrmt ltd K'attr.
KvuMnvlllr &. Crawforjlavllle Rail
road.. DKPARTUUKS.
i-roniiii,uT;ttloli Tr:iir. f..Ot A. M.
Mail Train "
A Kill VAI.?.
Mail Train - - P M.
A-r.,iiliiiiMtatlotl t it. .Ml '
Local and Miscellaneous.
Ill SINKS- LOCALS.
JoST' ' lie ladies should ty all mentrs call
at Hughes' and take a look at those beauti
ful Kn-m li (.' biul7.es, which he is oiferin at
8a H. RkiaoN k Co. sell at their Auc-
tion Koom.-, corjn-r of Main and Third Kte.,
oti Tlmrsdny, April ?rt(h, twoA?os Kip
DooU, t wenl y-tliur pair (.'ari.et Slipper?,
thirty pair Uea'a Miii- xvo SlipperV, thirty
twiir Kinbraid'-red Slip-rs. sixtv
pair l!rn-
ffatif-
Prints, Oinoliams, IVIiiincs, Tab'e
Cloliis. and a trrenl variety Of Notic-t.s.
i -.( T '
ItIi skxshahk. Mr. J. W. Hiohks has
leturneil from the South ; nnd although
be is cousbiMtly receiving fresli M)il 1C4 ot
, , Cu.'et.f tvnie, ;jasw.uv, fit:., jm will get,
per Auturr-it, next trip, kit iitiiui-iist- stock
jiirt fruM Hist liand-, in the largest variety.
His extensive .-stc.bli.shnie.if, Mffy street,
Bexl io tiielranch IStuik, is the place to buy
(hiiiit,
ware,
;iotvel:iui, glass, crockery, and otfac-r
wliukti!e or retiril, al liberal pint
1 "I
side of !
nb.Brio;lit. iiret- on tbr : oppu-tilu
the Itiver indicate that fatmeis are burn
1:1 corii-stalks, prc-puiulory to plsnriag for
the now crop.
err"The Samuel ti . Duily, who likely
to gel the seat as delegate from. Nebraska
that Kslabrook ha ' squatted" in, fornn rly
li-cd in I iidiaiiapolis
1'ii.v. -!-"it lloy Foti'Mi. Xiuc days ago,
mfe aMKHMced that n Iniy named Jam as.
IIh.kv Piioi-roii went a Mttog or to catch
drift wood, and did not return. Yesterday
his i'rtly was found at the mouth of the
bayou, just iilsive the upper savr-niill. He
bad been drowned. His age was nine years.
The funeral look place yesterday.
Prj!"SYaue;li'.s Mirror of Italy was exhib
ited here last evening for the last lime.
Tbe proprietors did a nood business in
RvMBtille, Yesterday afternoon there
were 1,000 children in to see the panorama,
and hut niyht there was a full house.
It is exMbtWd next at Vincennes, then at
Tern- Haute, kbca at Jticbmond duiino tbu
Horse Fair, then at Indianapolis.
A RAUa Phkxomb.no.n. Last evening,
,,,t're "eeW9 1
sight not often
nerfaftty clear i
A '
there occurred an oceitUalion of Ycntis, a
to be seen. The sky was
and the planet shone with
ureal brilliancy. The moon was m her
first quarter, and seemed like a silver boat
gliding along tin- "upper deep."
When we li r Jt noticed the position of the
two bodies, iln- planet just touched the
southern born of theiuoou, and bht.cd with
a brilliant and steady light. The. apcctacM
forcibly reminded us, without much stretch
of fancy, ot the guiding lamp on the proer
of tbe I Hint which bears "Old Age " into
the " datk unknown,'' iu the Inst of the
splendid series of pictures illustt iting
" Cole's Voyage of Life. " Only tbe vener
able form of I be lonely passenger was lack
ing to couiplclii the picture. If we were
not in such a sentimental mood we could
easily supply that, figure, in imagin it ,011,
with " I he man in the moon. ""
Ven3 disappeared liehind th" horn ot
the moon, and was v. 1 n 1 1 3- hidden fniui view
a half hour. Quite a Niawf of rttizcBS
were out, witnessing this luautiful plu noni-
eiion.
This occultatian is an event wliicb has
been anxiously looked for by astro:,'. -mors
and the scieutilic world has been on th
Breath an lit ipation ot the occasion.
KTue Viuconnes GaxttU of the 2 1st
1 ii sr.. contains a savngc reply to our stricl-
, ures uikui its verv oiec1ionnhle eourse in .
. - -
, throwing discredit on the motives and dc-
...... - . , ..
1 nonneing the action ot Hie Conservative
Opposition. When the ChuMit acted so oil-
generou.i a part toward men who are iust as .,.,. a..jei..,i ni,, m;m-:,-- - . 1.1, i
I a 1 -' , sttiimy sesMim. in,- raajni,,, :tie reaiiv to
: honest, patriottp, and right-iuinded as the i-abandon KiiekiuiMge I'm (Juihrh-.
' Gazette writer, we saw proper to give UMrtih :Ari- ,aumiate.couu-sl may (x eV-.-i-feit in
pai.er plainly to imdcistaud liiat nm dtc.";,,,.e v,,"rM,",n. o-'i..-rmw t,p ti.o .question
1 : .. - ,, ,.
,n ,0,10. ll.us.-n,,,. oi. v,..- o. .10 lieu-
cals would be subuiitted to. I his duly we
'have performed, and we hope the plain
words we have spoken will he productive of avt iust autaed after a most t Biting
' ineeti-tg. Alnltama, SHr?isj'.fii, I'lrjnda,
' Ai kiius .s, Texivs, and LvoUUiua. auuoiinced
Famiiy quarrels we 'detest We wish to ! eiuuiiaticaily tiuit luey would fro out of tjii
have no further ' cross words with the' Oo. " S"fc ph'-trbrm was
zettt. The numerous email jealousies and un
fair actional ou the piirt of that paper tow at.I
j this., we shall try to foroct. Ail sve ask is
for the ti.izette to oj ve us efedif for co:ntnon
honesty of intention, aj il claims 4i'.; faii!e
tor Htf. Tiie tfbzetft is not so old a .jier '
in tiie -aiisi. i.f tti,,.,'...l Is-.,.,, fr.ii.l.ti.-, i.
, i..i.i: ...
! NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Exclusively for the Joiimal.
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LATEST FROM
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I'iliLUIiliCJXUil LUxH JTullVl
STORMY SESSION.
Douglas in the Ascendant!
CALEB (TSniNi; PRESIDENT!
Brutal Prize Fight in New York !
XXXVI COXCJltKSS Kli st Sexslou.
Washin(;tox, April 2t, u. TIot'SK. The
Speaker laid hekire the House a mes-sage
from the President in reply to ? resolution
in which he says : (Since the admission of
Minnesota into the Union, no act his Ueni
performed ly him recojrrii.in the existence
tit mi nriranizcd L'vi-rnmeiit in tiie remain-
ino or outride territory of Minnesota. WIW adojited imanimmisly.
The House went int.. eominitt. - of tito ir Kjftnmov then returned thanks, conn
whole on the state, of the Union. seling moderation and harmony. We Hre
Hr. Uinfritaa rea-aeveu vrnu -wity the
political condui t of those whom he eharac
ler.-.o.l iLs the .-sectional Slave power, end
advocated the exclusion of . -i.ivery iroin All
pla. -ea where the V. S. (Jovrrnmf.it had jn-
risdiciion, as the best method 6f oHayhi
theslrile.
ASHi.N.crox. Arin! p. M .'several
political speeches wer. made, alter wjikjjiilf plfofifti find hia inpUo ot " truth justice
the House ailjotirned. , const.tioii,'' jcaUtai foftiv prolougad cheer-
Cha:(Li:sj-o.v, April 23, p. is. The city is
que tu-u:ui. i u.-ro is no ,nii)iic speaking
al :iea tquMi ieis. l tie votes ot t tie dclega-
tioiis to-day r rcaarded a iiidu-altng tlKr l
nr. ,t,.., ..I ft.,,, All t. r. I l . ,t
"i "in ' .'"".. ' i oo lAiijijiiu
ueiegatea voteu in invor or xtie soft .ti icga -
lion troiu New York.
The committee on credentials will report :
r.'elv iu i
iu .iicn inTui. ynu ui.iu in :uvor 01
,7,- - 4 i . , f .
u.e m ii.'..- uoustas ueicga.. ,t : .a-
titas dcicgatt. it K-
wilt vote for DougMe. i ' '
i ter is Stin th sbauir.
mrcq Liie ..ild
i tie tlicl tuotm
Alalionta will demand a slave code, mid'
aa ' t!"rl Wili be ,1"l,1.,t' l,a,,'ot ,,,r " v-iiiui- ;
nine iiriuie me eoiiiiiiiuee on piaiiortu a-
potts. The judications are tUat the Co:i veils
ttou will a-Jjount by Thursday.
Trllinue'ii Curreiiiiuiiilciwis.
ho i ,ri-.i. lit. iii,tii:it:,iit is , j
but Uito i-. opposed by the Doug!.!.- men;
and tbe CMrctne Souib favors such policy,
ii tn li.-sl Litlculiileii to haiiutmi.e toe ililler-
HMM of the New York delogation, because
their absentees uju expected to-
some ot their absentees are exiiecled to-
nigbt.
Mr Hai r was appointed in place W Mr
I'l.iirch mi lile eiiliii:,iUn lo all 1 iu.i ,
It is uow decidedly anti-Douglas. George
Sanders will be refused a sent, w hicb has a
initicauco of feeling iu tn;: dclugatittn.
Present signs conspire against Mr. Douglas,
and ruaior says that A'ew York will go for
Mr. 11 u, iter, which has dampened the hopes
of his frit-iids, who concede an unexpected
detec tion in the South, where he Will pro
bably receive 7 Vote. The combination
between mmM York and the North West j
is now contiailicli.-tl. a:i I the tonne, is re- !
ceding tor tear of unititi'' tbe South
against their admission. The Sooth ia con-
their admisMou. Tin, Soiim. is .......
centra ting on .Mr. Hunter. The delegaterlo his i.oliticnl antecedents as entitling Ins
from South (.'atolina have recoiisidcrcd thera;
purpose tu vote for Mr. Davis, acd WtlH ibMl
Mr. Huntcf. His champions claim the
I Alabama delegation, half of Maryland, M-i- j
kissiiaii, ball ot Missouri. Arkansas. F lui -;dxjl
North Caioliua, South Carolina, Texas, Vir
ginia ab mt HO votes in all. Kentucky and
Tenfifssce stand by (iuUiricand Johnson.
If Kentucky had -ouij here uiicommiCed.
Mr. Breekieiidge could have lieen nomiuat- '
ed on the 2d ballot, with tbo admitted sup- j
port in Penti-v Ivania, New Jersey, and New i
England. The Pennsylvania delegation did i
not reach, the question of voting .1- a unit
this morning, but heard professions of conciliation.-
from Messrs. Wright, Cestui, ami ,
others, Douglas men, who express a willing-.!
uess to adopt the Cincinnati platform, m l
anirm the Ur.'d Scott decision. Then-ar .;l j
llrcckiu ridge men in the delegation.
Mr. Wood has brought only t' delegates j
to be appointed, but is attended by a lat
body-guard of outsiders.
Mr. Dickinson is industriously press,
a" few personal friends.
The oi.lv coutinpency in which be
I by I
ean :
possimy oe 1 onsioercci, is n case ol Uireatcii
ed ruplure Ueje, when tlwi South may ten-
, 1 1 1 1 im lis a '-rimiicmn isn. ...in.ti.l'ito II.
has 10 votes in the New York deiceation !
and the rest are adverse. 1 ajiptuntinent of the committee on nsolu-
Li tit il Mr. Douglas is disposed of no safe ' lions and platforms, was then called up, and
opinion as to the candidate can be lorrae-d.- an amendment oltered. that an balloting-.be
Some new men may U sprung on tho Con , allowed for President or Vice President u
vention at a fortunate moment, like Mr. til the con mittee have made their report.
P..IL If aaAv n.-o ft, r..a,.-o Me r. ......... ,.f I TU,. vote tr.K til.,, i.l.Ori An . t ! .... , aiK. nt ion
, .. ..... ...v. ... ' ' , ....Mi u.!.
Maryland is suiiQcsleil bv some iirtiiolas''
nie:i who have resolved tn stand by him
resolutely, and prevent two-thirds for any
other candidate, but they cannot hold the
eastern delegation for sc. eh a purpose as they
anticipate. Hence, they will tail it tbe
expeiiniciit is trieti.
The cniiimmiltec on organ
cltosen .nr. f uslling, rresnjetit, witu oni
j Vice President and S- erelary from each
Dtaae. mk sngni nnsnt,rn!triio.n was ex
pressed by a few members ho wi re not
present.
The committee on credentials are' -tiii
.:..; v,. :ii ,t,:, fn!, ,.-:.
: s-...., . ..s ,,. .. ..... . ..... ..- ,,i, ...Mil. j ,
; doult. Tiiere will probably lie a minority
-. k.,.1.
W'""1" .oia.
11. .'to P. M. The Pennsyivauin dele-
bnxtuiu have inst adionrned nl'ler another
waetuer a maj nity nt a ..e.egaticii may
v0,,. .- kSlll,- ,, being fWlSidci
I ed i.eccss t y to aRtrm Ihe ,-ciT.tilj oil
', '1S52 a-i -I '5f. The S ju-.iieiii di-legatiotis
uapfica.
CiiAhi.ts-ro.v. S. C.. April 1 i, m. The Na-
tioio.l Democratic Coo volition ro-asaembie (,
at In o clock tuis morning.
The eoininittee on norm '.nent ot oaiiia
(ifi lt,i;r!ed in favor of Caleb l. ('ui)liii:o
for I'resideirt, ami one Vice President tor
melt estate in the I'nion . e
Tho.se of New Vurk tire Krastus Coauing
at,d J. tiki ward Coon.
Maryland. W. I). Bowie ar.d I). L. Lowe.
Pennsylvania. Thomas t'ui.ni ujcham and
F. Vaaaaatda,
A trispatrh from Washinoton was how-n
around the Hall from a member uf the
...... xx-,V-x
CaWnetj dor l.trinp that reports of Jissr-nsion
in tlic Trillin, t, growing out of Walker's
tcatiniou v. uro entirelv ilmtitnro nf fiimln.
ton, nnd" that the Cabinet were never more
enwrciy uarrnonioas.
The committee on permanent organization
Ml? reported an additional rule, viz.:
That in an
That in any State in which it has not
been provided or directed by its State Con
vention how its vote may be given, the Con
vention will recognize the right of each
delegate to cast his individual vote.
Charijmtox, April 24, m. Mr. Wright
of Pennsylvania made a strong appeal for
harmony. If harmony did not prevail
here, the nomination to be made would aot
be worth the paper on which it was record
ed wheu brought before the people. He
wits in favor of the rnle that every dt-leirate
should tie permitted to ca3t his vote in ac-
cordanco with lim convictions and with
those , of his constituents. ' Pennsylvania
had never voted as a unit, except when
tli:ir sentiment was unanimous. He closed
by demanding the previous question, and
the vote was taken on that part of the rc-
r.ri rol...tm tn a i.r.a;.1ino-r.ffi. n,.,l ;i
; all inarch int; under one flaff. The Demo
cratic party have bpt one flag, the flag of
nnr country. He denniineoil atvtirtnnllom
oar conn try.
nMf hoped fo m)rc abrusTous"ipiild be '!
' maile to such divisions. 41J
The Hon. Caleb Cu3biiig was then iutro-
duced to the Convention, and mftde a most
eloquent and patriotic speech. Hisulhisnin
, injr. It was the desting ot the Wwuqeratie
j party he said to stand upon this and strike
down nad conquer the traitorous tanaticism
, arravfcd
against it iu one St-Cttou Of the1
liniou. Mr. dishing was again Icudly -
f l .L .
euceieu upon tue conclusion oi nis aunrt
, AUmi halt an hour was tbe
' settlinc .ttie Vice Presidents.
' 7 I I
.iriiL : ;Lntl ciu'i'Mt-tK tin i nit-i.t n iiiirnn.
" I
j ,Htn .-uU-e iu tiv Mtuiv pruc-PWH' ot
, mvnturv mice iu tlv f'Muiv procecili :i..-s
UtTA - tutfi&riM X fWiti ' ocluTe t!
siw-uae- oiiJlSle'rdW rMAtd bv the co
,'iett
CO m-
miCvrn ofianiion, In -hifh Messrs
RieliurdH, McCook, (Vs. in. of Peuusylva-
f nia, ti.ny ot Mississippi, Josiali IC.ilidall,
j and uinny others took part. Several of the
Sout.l;ern delceal& oppoded the rule. Mr.
; iai.daH also oppoatd it, dectiroiv; tiiui . er-
i 1 l. ,1 reTi-i'lor v loom 1 ,ors m I lio itc r-L'.iti.ei
' proposd 4q violate and misrepresent liwtt
! cnastifticrihj rn vuiing for DonghM. whose
: nummaiioti, in ins opinion, would lead to
i certain dejeaf. lle.tbi;n wtiutiUuitrrecictv
f iPfterrT'trf'flie' wrfvwlm'f Jhfi
f M 'he a'-t't.n of Htc prPtttdin Deuiocralic
( onventioiio on tins subject.
Mr. uionacdMti rose 10 Kvim and asko.i
Mr. Randall who made bun an expounder
of De.uioeratic principles aud precetien'ts?
How lon bill I lie geutieiotm lieen in I lie
Democratic ranks? This ca used cries of ' or
der," aad i:rit excitement. Several tier-
sons rosu o-poiirs ot oruer.
The tltairman Aaajded that Mr. Richard
sou w:i. entitled tothe Hour, aud then
chan.ujed bis decision, denying his right.
Me. Ilicbardsoti, Marffting in the ceuU-r ot
thtaliali, with his sleeves roiled up, and OB-
turjBined lo tte lieara, wnauinlly allowetl
10 go oh, and mraia attarked sir. Randall as !
ikOV
i - Havim. - recent I v come uto the foiJ. iilluditiir0' '
is ' - s s - s- -v.-
opiuioi'S on Deiijoi-racy to but littia consid-
t ration. He fli
lot desire alter a life ser-
vice jn t In ( au
rtlits'bf ycsteri
sued.
At Z o'clock
to order again.
, to be rt-provtd by the re-
iy. A w a riu -9uai en-
ie Convention was called i
I
tl
Mr. Jackaou arose to a ifrtestion of privi
lege, relative to his State h?tegiition.
The question was then called, on this mo
tion to Strike out tbe J"u,le relative bj the
right uf members ojsfach delegation to
vote as 1 hey tiiink ptotier, unless inslruetod
by tbe Con vtion tbttt appointed them.
Oiii ing the eali of the roll, the greatest
exeitem-iit existed. f
Tbe .lVnjieisen and ViraL.i delegations
e- . .-1. .: :l,.dl,.l till. ! Tlll.OlT.l-, Oil ' 1 . Ill' till
, s
1 I'h.tirmait eivtuc ..be rotes as a unit
; against the adoption of the rule.
T.-u of tiie twelve Tennessee delegates
wtr.- nppoed to the manner in which the
I -vote of 1 1 1 it 1 State had been recorded.
Ti e vote van lina.l v- aii.lOUncuili "
fob
fe.vs Ayes, tol , noe-, 10S
So tin-rule
" n dole 1-
a :.dopte.l, iltid ft - iaionit rVt'
tion cannot compel
with them as a unit
the Convention tiiat. 1
the minority to vote
unless instrui ted by.
.hitiii.
'J !n
S A 1 J L . a I
ik r. solin :. n
tftr the
- - - IT 1 1 Tf ? . " r.T , lTe-. j Y
lor the ajauiititnietu of tbe coininittee, wblcbT
was adopted. The committee was then it
pointed.
., , .. ...
I so vote 0:1 the rule against unit voting
, . . . 6 . . . ,
s retran'ed a? a test vote. The vote to lav
it op the tabic was as follows
t on the tabic was as follows : t t ,
s) - .alllllnsctls ii : Pehiksyivanta '14 ; Del-i7:-.iiou
has aware 1 j; Maryland 3i; Virginia 15:
North 'aiolinia 7 ; South Carolinia S ; Geor
gia 10; Florida .; ; Alabama 9; Louisiana
o . Mississippi 7 : Texas 4; Arkansas 1 :
MiMotlil 2 : 'la'ifon-; U ; O.egxiu
Total ayes, 101. Nays- all the. balance ,
ll,A DkklM Tlia rlu - - - - tlta,. ,1 . t u. ,
. . - nil tT JTI ik X3 ' ..
by :icc!aui.itton, -'.nd it v.'as reti rr.-d tti the
in . 1 t a 1 t.irti'J
Tbe committee on credeutiais announced
that th.-. wou: t n it be I'lbie to rt-noit before
.
r. . K 1 ,r
After the committee ,ou iilatioruid was .iti-
f Ha'tini e4Jli metfti- vatJ? -en-i tsl that no
balloting shall take place lint:', the report of
the committee on platforms is adopted
; -f
h c tn ole , i
, motion fo lay tbe rco!ulioi
Oil
ell --ave.1
noes
j 'tuvWow' v
tion and it at
wis : lien .token oh the re-olu-
as adopted by acclamation.
A loiie debate then ensued on the propo
sition to limit nieuibers more than once on
the same syblect, nnd it. was fj
until to morrow.
: it was finally lai.l over
T. f -
The President vns directed to invite
minister... of-ttie IMspW th opeif fife Conven
tion with prayer.
Judo Meek will lireseet tiie AiaL.una
w pUtfoVftr.
The Convenliog then adjourned till ten
:k lo-tuorrosv morning.
"t . . . . XiL l
J Ti llniiies Coiti-iiKixJi iicB,
Cl'lAni'-sTos, April 24, p. M. Ali the
spea'iir at ilie meeting of the Southern
4t4H;at oils fast iHclft; Were decidedly radi
cal and uiK-iniSnaiis"tWp. NoWiinjr ht. in
ex rente MMfrlrftt trill Safisfjr them, except
a Southern candidate, and he must laj Hun
ter. iJjobts'pvUsfcat or a dUmyUou of
the Couvention seems iuevitahio, If a
comoination can be furmod to give h'm the J
liwessarv niimlier, six States wimld instanl- )
ly withdraw, and probaMr nominate l)avi.
seconded by Fernando W'ood nnd Lis fol- !
lowers. . . . . k am mm.
31r. Uuchanau s letter of withdrawal is
in the pocket of a delegate.
Xkw York, April 24, x.Tbc Tribune s
Washington correspondence of April 2.'5d
says, privuto advices from Charleston ind -rate
that the Massachusetts and New York
delegations will act in unison. If the latter
gets seats without . difficulty, they will
go for Dong as, provided their strength
secures his nomination.
The cotton States are advised bv their
Senators here, to insist on the slave code
I n'l Congressional sovereignty, or secede
rrom tne Convention.
Mr. Douglas wiJl not accent the nomina
tion on sncb a platform. He is still confi
dent of success. However, tbo Adminis
tration advices are favorable lo Mr. Hunter,
on the Cincinnati Platform.
t ' - . . . .
iwessr tinnier ami Jiouuts am said to
UnderstarMl each other. tn,l will tfci-nrd n
hearty Siin'Ort to wfiichffcr' may receive
toe noniinatwn..
Ii ... i, . t . I .
Dispiitcltes to the Administration men
assert tlial l)ouolr- stox-k is depressed, tvnd-
that the South vH
em man.
be united
on a o:if !i-
,ljf5w, Yois, iVpril 3. v. xm.'Uic (in-lit
Itetween Harry Offbhen and k'dwarft Wilson
took place this morning, on Li Ley's Island
tn the Kast Hiver. 01 rounds lasted over an
j htmr 'and resulted in a draw ''All, ln-itlu-r
' being able lo proceed. Alter the contest
; a an m oaf of hghts occuied between
i 'tends orhai-ieaaeattme part fey.'
he
Si Ioski-h, Mo.. yV-Jifj -V M - A
' Change in tl.e Uok-oftiie Pouv
I L. ..
ot his address, tween San Frapaiatu and-St. .foseph is inat'C 3 "1 -tben
spout in ' vij;.: Leave Sau Knin-Jiseo every Tueifay
aud ariangiug at 5 o'clock 4 M., arrivinai f FridaV . - j
preparing for a of the follow in week. Leaves "St. JoVepS t-
' v.r-v. at i. i i i. i
"V,.T -'' 111 "'V v 11 i.-l., HI
o cj
arrives al Sau Fraucliciiw TaJof
tbr
secoml eek.
Tin Kxpress
Ia9re4t wjll
p iss the outer '.e'eirrnpli statioo etirly TtieSfiliy
Bturnutg. The returu express will p.i-sitla'u
on the same 1 uestlay. Py tins amuisieiiH'Ht
keiegraptne mspau ui s irtnn salt Francisco
and intermediate itnU received here "ii
Saturday, will lie sent promptly foKv-frd, and I
U iWsU'eti a reply can oe r.-turneVI to" leart
1. i... .. .... , a . .. .....
.VIso Hies- :
lift deceived j
til) Tut -dav
.safks Ibr Sivn Kraiv i t-o niii
! from the Express at tjib .station
;uid for a an I c i to S.it. Kraucico i
so that replies can lie reriiriie.l to conic out
I tie Slew evonine Tl.lo .1, . ,.:il 1.1..
- - 1 V? . -. ' i i i ' lli I IlilUll
tuesojiges to be sent from any lu.ii.it in flic
Hast to t'alil'oiniti and a reply got in 20
days, and answers returned to Sau Francis
co in lo dayj The next Exfirew wili leave
Satutttay next. April 28th, r.t 1 ! m lock
P. M.
CixcixxA-n, April -Jl. m. Kiv-r. liilien
0 inches iu last 24 hours ; now ft -t (J in
ches ia tho ctittiinei.
Mew- Voi-U !. ! .., I
Nk-,v YotiK, April 2 1, i-. m. Fiour buo.v-
, jant; the market loutiiiued llnouehsiut tiie
" i "-i-.j . ....- c,.wtCT
: ,ul ""l""'--"'.- ; "e a.m csteiu nave i.u-
proved fc; sales 10,000 bids, part .f which
were taken lust evening lit .1 M55 40 for
rurjier state ; 5 4"fVt,5 r0 for e..tni do j 35
(ai 40 for super western ; 5 50(a) 5 tCi for
l'0"""011 "i.'dium extra do ; 0 05(2,0 15
for shipping brands exfa rouud hoop Ohio ;
market closing firm, i.yc linn and mudct.
I ntoty active with a Eur supply at 3 30f
4 40. Corn itlen! contittues ntrll ; Jersey
3 70. Whisky quiet ; sales 40 0 bbls
at 21 jS'2 I 2.500 boxes adamantine can
dies, old at lfir,H A fair enqui ry both tor
t'le houio. trade and for export still contin
ues for wheat, and prices have furtfcer ad
vanced 1c; Sates 1 I'oflO bu-jii ' Milwaukee
club at I 2!i,i 1 .'id; 5.5!lii httaWiii ano
spring in store at I 25 ; 4.00O bush white
I
I -
at 1 72; 5U0 bush wiiite Mich., at
1 72: aud 1,,'iOO bush red winter Western
at 1 35. Rye dull nd heavy with a large
upply at 85. Barley dull hud nominal at
707V8;t.' fairn in good demand and prices
lirui; sales 4,100 bush at 75 for western
""N' '' ; 1 (' '. lor southern ytllow :
yU(" fur white southern. ats-TniJ and
witbont change. We retain otir quota
tions of :w(a 10 tbr Jersey, and ,4201.1
lor western. forK opened firm with a
moderate demand ; sal
(S!8 00 for .ii'W m:-ss :
"s 950 bbls at 17 87
17 "il for old; 1 ! 37
(.' 14 4i) for new prime ; 13 00 for old
1 I
aud 5i2l tor cJcar. 15-e! vb-aily will
Willi. tn -
erate demand. Cut meats dull: Sitlfs 2005
pkgs at Jt)7 ; sbo.llders HS, ). RaOOn ;
quiet and unchanged. bard firm yr:!h a '
mt I t
. ,
lemaud : salts Co ;:k--- at H'jfTb,)
111. iiiitler dull and
tint
lor
irged
at
1
13 lor Ohio : 1 lfi 20
State.
C
. steady tit I Hil.-.. Molassea 111 fair dawn
, , ,, -,. T-..
at lull prices tor prime nil il.ties ; m',.,-
1 ,, V
ma ,
ior I
very dull, suar liolders having ativatieed
their oretensioas, 10 wbieh buyers jeein 11.1- !
rtlkitlU to ar-ccile the mark-el U less firm to-
nay. nui uui e ac: ,.e : s-m:p, 1 i"i-'-tuiu i.una
at 5.16.
"..If.. 1. Tobacco quiet: sales 0 b:n
Us
Kenlticky at 1 4f7i, I
C 1 11 in nal i Jlm kii.
CiMlNNATI, April 24, si.
-Flour utteiuing
ed ; demand moderate: superfine
70.
Whisky sUady at l7jI.T. Mesj pork
17 25; holders ask 17 -50. BaooM tinebang
ed. Wheat firm: whiOe 1 3S : red 1
1 33. Corn firm with good demand. Lard
treld M 10V." jrteef1es stenrTy' ai! uu
cbanged. Ik. . - ' . TJIB
J I AX 1- k- e.
I illLAoKLrillA, A.ini 24. M. t 101H' M'tn
at b MattS 134 for sii:ie-. rheat active :
ivti'ip at i j(,i ta; reo ax i nup.j
Cora scarce aud iu cood domnnd at-Tfiffa
Wbiskv firm al 22. ' " u
' j,
Italtlmore Market.
I!.L-i.Moiii;, Ajuil t. Flour buovaut; j
j i in i -. , ,P.s , , t
run4 MaftVartfl ; iiaiute lkiC8(?rl8; rf" j
t loot. , on. iorn doscl Willi an tuivancing
fendeiicr ; white. 7'7.": veliow. 7t'f.a74.
rrovisitm? ijaiei but. unchanged in tales.
rtrtelty Steady at i.
NEW ADVEJtTIKMIpri'sV
ERSKINE, CUNICK & C6.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
iKAI.F.Bei IS
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
JJ'M f HlltlCCK U K.y'JS n.1 1. 1. i
47 MA IS XTUEET,
apr!i5 EVA"""
NEW ADVERTISEMENT.
SPALDING & ROGERS'
NEW ORLEANS CIRCUS
FROM
New Orleans
THEIR
Amphitheatre,
Ooitiirisinjr the e-lire of thfrr rlire (-Irrnes, (the
l'roprietoie 1 1, , - ar uirfeootiutiinr all tlleir trawt
iui; t'.ituiimuiee i ixtt tkie our, in or.ier lo oiicn-
trale npon it all tlu-ir eaerkieti anil uw-iiitit-H,) will
lie pmiukm at i ana 7 f. .t
tiiidar fi ...'I .-.
pavilion, ta l-- eriK.UKl at
Evansville, Wed'sday, May 2.
I . "J i
' I'r.ti-r the j.i t-soti.-il suiK-rinienJeov
af the Alan-
!! Proprietor, Str. .1. KnUKItS.
;''",'i",0,H"r 5tct.
IUUlr.i,t n -vMUla, I eta.
I" tlii unpiiiceileiiMtil clIurtioH t Star Kmiips-
t-it-ni.es. Stir K,iU.-atti,iiM, star A.r..u,t. Wt
tytiinaKto-, tav downs. Star ilnraea. will lm fomnJ
i " '
I Ali us. rantiow,
j jeane .IoTiukoii,
Mrs. F. OVuIoiirT,
AuDus, AWmjtUn
Totn IKumioiir,-,,
Hi.p.iv,'
Hick F.wter,
Jolrm.-K.i4.-lv.
i.iwiis-r ?M,
r." W "ill,
l'r -f. rp.nni.
tHgBOtr Anlonio,
K. i(. Poppi-r,
Ili-iviile I.il 1 y,
John liart v,
W. II. unit
1 . . , ,, ,v . m. , f 0 f XI
1 "rlTflHIfrg i IIUnHTCCvJfjt OtiaUly
4.0 .
S
m
i" ;
I g
J
M
a,
CAMPBELL MINSTRELS,
j Eni'-r -Hn,- Hie
htdi'e e.f fae rfrrO Pe:-ff,l Hie! ri c-
evKI.KUT KTUIDI'IAN KN1J K-
i iSPl'Vl'tS
rATNMJiNT, uniitw li'- i.'tacqs tea!, iaivv-'lint. tv
utter e.i.-f. fTjrcnii pvi f.-i a o.ee.
HllllvxMWtMl HetM ,-K-iil !St It lit.al. 1 .t (Iaiiuh.
i Mai ah
iipiiA
3
Yl.it I! It!
I.OIK! Xlilih Of
l ex I la II i:ih awl l-il li.-al KMHi" ills ay.1 ou
hatui. Mrdvr risjiaie l l a
!V si.clt tx'tra ivj'.ite Wheat
uulliaio Mills
I lour,
V) hbl. do tUes-- , ,
ii.C iwcks extra -tied Wl.ual Upitaii ean Mills I'lour,
rsi MHa W. do.
I-. 0.--i.os- rrados " Klour not kept in st.a-e
t:oicj l-t k.w tx-ni ever ilelivc-ild lo I'.nitiie, froia
KKHKfNK. fl'HNffK .1
(atv Kauiily :C'rnoai y, '
ipt-a ' V.,. 17 .Main str.t.
11 I ! itlib ' alitW MmMXHT,
-ViWm fltali tXVOi Hie Jlills-at
KKSKfNK, ft' ICeJ i K .ti ii.i,
aa-M ' '1 Main tftre. -t .
M HIV i'AJHI HJJl.l
t.s j..
ior nrticji,. fur let liui;
lutHiioiiu twice the Bill
Ittlo aamntltrall
liil'-ii. of llrili, Hi
tile tune pliee
fll ut-oia Strrl Vh.
fi-t all cl.uit
an-1 try it, at
Ct'liKlCK t'ti '6
t i--y fuiarly l-Jr.s-.-ry.
arz5 47 Main street.
CtT 2 ttitJk'fi 1 V H'tl J-JIif, M!0.;4t
' Al ni ii Htrec-t. Lot all lands ef families, lnjial
kecpers, aud ulhers, call at the ai.ovi-iuinied eiliil
lisl.nient, and 3e tin ir stock of Potatoes, in eveiy
variety, aud at all pticc.-. Jeminla.r, ,i
apii'.'. KKSKINK, I'I'IkMCK X. Cti.'S.
0 UUM.fi. Ui'
1 fie beat iii the ,ua -
WW Jlailis.ni Wl.i'e Lin
liMKUOC, UUMMOK m t.-U.-.s
City Kumily Orik-err,
47 Maiti M.leat,
npij
." (loi oalcaaiaa.
1 Ofm INirkeys,
F,i- Miie plieau at
a 1 i.'.
lUCPXNWil,
Heaajr liiock.
1'
of upeiior Than li-oin the cuwiitrv. iust re-
ci iv.si at T. KKI.MI.N P'.s I'oseT Ulocal
Sjp ; I It !, ti it I'ltUH .t.t Kiffl'.-
lo l.l.U ..I No. 1 Pickled pm-k,
tlKXl lle eael. i f Hams. SI, , il.'.-is. and Sides,
Va? sale at X. UJill.MONIl'H, l'.ej Ill s k.
je if ioMm j.v t j is. 1 ws. .1 Kxjvm
-31 is. ,t inii. nt of Itye and llotirboti W'biriky ; a
superio:- arti.-ie or Coaiaiou ri bujkv of rarttlati
liisn.l. ; .lii,W.n. ( iirt.ru of sii;s-ri, r .jukilry, for mile
cii-.ip -.1 '1. I.-KDilD.Mi .s, tlpx-Ir.
MOAVVA''..'
nc.ivi a ts. -Titi.il.
fan caaik-i-y-
m 1 1. 1 -.'ic . n -!:rT r-.s.
,..vo -i hi : iltJUi.. -in ,-t.
&IIH vi'i,-. Lick M.t.sh'l l.l.i),
Berase Dnnr far jlus stou-.filjc lateat
"'. 1' leet-lv.-n and f.r .j.- i-,w l.y.,
- a, ... " It.-.
l1 1 -
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by iMILi.hl! ,t MKlllf.-.
apCii 4:i Main Klf.-ef.
SUiLOINC HARDWARE,
i-j..v,-i';:s U'lltf .tui: JUfttr r
l.ilild aiil lill-i it to tbcil itllelefci tocxiilniln
St I'll, i u
will liiei it 1 tbcil icti-.'cbt loll.,
u p, e-e.s t. f, 1 ,- ni.iU : i-e 1 n. ii ri
ilie;..-
.. i..,. !,, ,, i.,r ,1,
tain:
seasoii, as we
ure:.!.-t.-i ihiued
, sell -a, low Hal Hliv
li.iv,- 1 11 lir.'. : 1 l.c"
of&ar aaalara
and teunMkl
ia tke ity.. y
xskorlfueti t of
iireeliwoeit's Ulltt Kiliffe...
Ilisir Locka ard LatcUcj. ali si.ns i.ttd prices,
.Scll-l.'io-jilie; r-hnttrr and Sata Miuu-'s ami
Lat .-lies.
H:ind Kail screiss.
liiaibl.-t Bnlalail d.. from re 4 inela,
I.T .- -
nm Kinishiie Nails iroi.i f-
ila !naw
Li :i,t and ili-avy ntrjp liiuee.
SI t fka ripi ir.g,
JAOfJll s j'K.M ii v MK,
apfti ;it4 Main 41.. I f- Washington Pons .
ixpi TTJiit : isi ttavu .' af rrc. -
MM : .a ils. W.stetu lie. rv I'sttier .:, ''lotti.
lor sale MKM liAtULKV.
,.,J;s7I4M'
if file- 1'i.WotC
.f..7 A'.j,r
i. Pi-inn. I'tiM ,n I
,m a p.... jum
J aW2 . i UUI
Hi.! I 1 , A N . . r. i-rv s.
aprz
amaa'A lif!K.-' fit f H i huJtr aVMTI)
2SIHI is, larahli bj w . J
- I
sil.ra". ' : " IJULIK
A I. A NCI Lf.Y.
B a. ' se . j - r ur,e.r. 4,vuu
MM. ST. SV. Davis o .--asl ( nr. -d Cirota.sed 1
Han:
,.Vio His Oiiiirli-v'i. Iiai.it
t, inoo
v.. is,r s- inar sa-erl I
""wsjiij i iiok
mrr
I a UM.S. "mmmmm
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lor sals l.y
OOK .i- I.ASUI.f V
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r-r Itki:..., r.,t sat. I v ' . tniK A L.WVfit.1- S
75
aft
jC K f IJ fi MS T H.1 f- -w "
WM Flour, n-sale ay A'iK liAVltM .
nxs. it Men cnMui.fi
10 boxes KiiK-i Ii Hairy do. 1".
:-r jaln i.v cooK -A
w J r MB UkM .-- .
.1 lit II a - ,
jYW t v .is' tf'l tnne.i Unit
, nun "itnuiiti 'i imii " .11 i.i.ii' 'i
, .. ,.ua . I-or sale i licafti oy. . j. . aaJ"
W Al. BIElililBB,
WasliintSt"U l'.e k . Mm. street.
E-l J:i
IM -
m a
td i . r
4
AT
SPRING SAW
GHAS I IM
13 FIRST STUKKT,
wr.is his ca fa ci ins ; rf
MM linhnient tilled with NEW GtIS reroived
within tiie last Wttr weeks tiy ca, from l!Nl! LA Nil
ni ni ilKi.MANY, and by railroad from Nov Nag
laud MANUJ AITl'liKiiS. They have 11 pur
chased, many of them, for CASH, mid to Iii K it
CH ANTS, CU0CKHS and TliAllKlto, I10 wis!. In
pay Cos?., or pnmtpt time fcn'i.rs, lie can give his .m
aruace that thev can lairciutse thoir s-erii stock
oi him at the ItOTTll.M OK ANY K.SJSTKUN M A !:-
KKT -implv aildin-j freiirht.) Matly pis, Is nro
UUich K I I 1 K , ' IN PIUCK, and IlV.lt.3I N 'I S
will DO THKMsKLTKS GOOD to cal! on him Is -(ore
they hnv, and learn what the UllTTi'M UK
TIIE UAItKJCX 13.
In his iimple snpdy m ir he ftmnd the follon ing
8TANDAKH fcHiyilS.
3000 Pairs WALKER'S and
other, TRI CE CHAINS.
5 casks LOG AND FLOW
CHAINS.
50 doz Root HAMES.
50 doz Horse and Mule COL
LARS, (GOOD.)
100 doz AMERICAN HOE
CO.'S Planters' Hoes.
50 doz Garden RAKES, steel
and iron.
25 doz MANURE forks, ass'd.
50 doz 0. AMES', and others,
Shovels and Spades.
50 doa -rJTTLE !S Hook Tooth
ross-Cut Saws.
100 doz WELLS', (Hunt's)
Lippincott's and Collins
Axes.
50 dos HUNT'S Hatchets.
25 doz HUNT'S Broad aud
Hand Axes.
25 doz WITHER BY'S Draw-
ing Knives.
25 doz SPEAR & JACKSON'S
Hand Saws.
50 doz COOK'S Patent, and
other, AUGER BITT3.
200 doz AUGERS, Blue Nut
Gra'd Twist and Common.
20GQ doz TABLE KNIVES,
English, and J. Russell &
Co.'s AMERICAN.
500 doz WOSTENHOLM'S,
Bunting's and Barnes'
POCKET KNIVES.
50 doz WADE & BUTCHER'S
Razors.
1,000,000 G. D., S. B.y and
Water Proof Caps.
3t,3.cio,
100 doz WALDR0N Grass and
Grain Scythes.
50 doz BLOOD'S Silver Steel
SCYTHES.
100 doz Superior SCYTHE
SNATHES.
100 doz FORKS, 2 & 3 prong,
Superior.
50 doz Grain CRADLES, Bow
and Wire Brace.
50 Wood HAY Rakes.
100 Grind Stones, 18 to 30 in.
200 doz Scythe STONES.
L li-O,
500 doz BUTCHER'S Files.
20 cases OHIO TOOL CO.'S
Planes, reduced prices.
,uj:jjt for amu
2000 feet RUBBER BELT
ING, BEST IN AMERICA,
on hand, 1 1-2 to 24 inch.
Till. K'I'll Kit WITH
SHELF HARDWARE AND
TOOLS of every description.
IViJ Urtl'n cxeeutcd with tin- utmost car.- .-ind
plnmpfitlli!
lea -13
CIIAIII.KS S. WEI.t.S,
WlmUwala Ileal, r.
B.iltt K.II.H.
U.-MM.I tea swi.ti .
Mi b.-itnrd.iy, itl i'.ili, one two-hor wbkoii
and cmipliiiKX i also, uandTy article,, !' mnvjM, h,
retnaiuitti. in warchouve, iiucalieil for; alsn, al.-t.-i
R,i rrel nnd OobpcrnK" Mai lifn'i ry, IneTnUlnft Wave
Joiuti r, V!i, i i do , lasiiii. . Hdw (or ahiutfl'- l
clii'n. i-y, nnd Cih-peralxe V, ,.rt, generally, which will
iioacld to imy f.el.-iht and .ihniicea. The owner or
oivn.-ih, it any tlii te i,e, i :l! p!i ;ts., I-U.v due, in, lice
of this iitrveitist nu nl, an t govern iheniWdves hc
gaolinyly. Sale p,.iliv. T.p. alaive w niil.it
machine, and well worthy of anr one pnrrllBsilijr.
aavat'StaaW v. a ot.itimy.
i)Ui) It I II. M
aa S.,-,1. j.:.-t n'( , iv,
WfVW.JiW.', IJIXS
i and for iae t.
r. HiiAuri: eo.,
aprtt No. 130 .-hoi. Ktreet.
s omse. UMSMSf To.yuiMtt,
'r 4 ke?s W. B. Buffer,
jax hatb. Irlafc Fota uaa.
fust received at
auriM KI.LIOTT s K.-. M 1 1, Y fl IS
K'KltS
TY-r-
n.M UC Sil. MH.MU VOMJ
ftf .-.n i.tisl, belle.'. Corn,
For sale at KM.lorT'S l-AMIf.Y ftlSOCIriSS
jr jimo MMiTmZ i. hmm i-jfttn.-jt
M-d prime article, fax nuk at
aprtl KLMOTT'K FAMILY tiliOCKISY
.'. s" it it i. s cojiL uiii,-
Jmt rrceiV' ii and (at Kaie at
aprl
EI,LlUTT'8 FAMILY GBOCBJIY.
Cf.ir .v.-s-r i '.H ";.vr .-. o o uu .
' fttiia Falls i-i-nicnt for sale i.e.- at
aprtt Kl.t,ltTl"S t'AMiLV tsRtXiKItS
smMiii.i iis.f.i . i i ti-iiiiii ....- n
HP t'frr, I Di I id Bel f, i i-' .
and for nalc low at
niir21 KLLlliTT -s FAMILY t,'ROOKKY.
.-. I II V I. V 1 l .
WW SVIute Wln-at f k.nr. 1,
for sale lnr cdah XI
apr24 KLLIUTrS 1 A.illl.1 tiISOCt.lt .
' w ojs'iiiij fouTic n- i o nmxnjv
- iinart l.,,ttlo. IJan lay f) i'erl.ln-' Lendon .ir-
ter
loi.'
4Hdoziiint lajLtles. Just lie, tiling tut inva
.fust received aa i fi r sale ar
apr4 FLLIOi 1 tamii.i i.i.i" i .
ll.-CIlMill TM.-.-lt UXB. fVA'l fl
ed Tin f-r Meat 8,i(e-, received and :
(apxfM) SAMT-ET.UISJ;.
1 v
rami.
M tlr: iii I.
-., ia.-, ,11., 1 l'i i.1! te Tin -in
kti.r.- and for sale l.v
.4AM OKI. Ollli.
A con
apn
aprM
,1.11'Mi HIM..-Z MMUr.MiJV IflJ.mltT
lii.ttK-s Olive Oil ; Z d i tilnt tiottlev olive
Oil, juat recjHil and ior sale at
aprz4 KLLltiTT's. FAMILY frit PC KB Y
9 It WMIfU: rot TMif.H 1
A lis, ket .Miami ISille P eailer,
10Uk.;;s .I- lilstu.;. i'.,..-..ier.
Mlk.-.-K Austin .1 Smith's ilin I'owd t.
lOaaruiaai I ..! .r.
Just r.sx-ive.1 frmii the Mill and lor tx .at1
aprZt KLLIOTT'S FAMILT QLOClfHY.

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