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t7V ANSVILLE, IND.
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FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
Presidential Electoral Ticket.
Elector! f t Ue Stale at Large.
WILLIAM CUM BACK, ot Decatur.
JOHN L. MANSFIELD, of Jefferson.
1st District Cyrus M. Allen, of Knox.
2d Ditrict John W. Kay, ot Clarke.
3d Ifatrict Morton ('. Hunter, of Monroe.
4th District John H. Farqnahiu-, of Franklin
5th District Nelson Truster, of layette.
t'.ih District MkM A. Kiloy, of Hancock.
7tb listrict John HautiH, of Putnam.
Sih District Samuel II. 11 ml, of Tipiiecauue.
Mil District James N. Tyner, uf Miami.
10th District Isaac Jeukinson, of Allen.
11th District David O. Daily, of Huntington.
Opposition State Ticket.
HENRY S. LANE, of Montgomery.
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
OLIVER P. MORTON, of Wayne.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE,
WILLIAM A. PEELLE, of Randolph.
FOR TREASURER OF STATE,
JONATHAN S. HARVEY, of Clarke.
FOR ACDITOR OF STATE,
ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
JAMES G. JONES, of Vanderburgh.
FOR REPORTER OF SUPREME COURT,
BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT,
JOHN P. JONES, of Lagrange.
FUR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
MILES J. FLETCHER, of Putnam.
The Supreme Court.
The teltsgraph yesterday brought us the
"Judge Daniel, of the Supreme Court,
died to-day (May 31st) at Richmond.''
We suppose that the individual alluded to
is Peter V. Daniel, Associate Justice of
the Supreme Court of the United States.
If so, now is the opportunity for the Presi
dent to reward his faithful and well-beloved
servant, Attorney General Jeremiah
S. Black the man who wilt descend to any
depth of degradation to please his master
and the oligarchy. We shall probably
hear t;ext of Mr. Buchanan sending the
name of Judge Black into the Senate for
confirmation as Supreme Judge of the
I'nited States'. It is well known that he
has been hoping and praying for such
an opportunity to reward Judge Black's
devotion, and the only thing that can pre
vent the appointment will be the question
If Judge Black should be promoted to
the Judgeship, the Attorney Generalship
will become vacant. Then Old Buch., in
order to complete the disgrace of his admin
istration, and thoroughly signalize his devo
tion to Slavery perpetuation and extension,
ought by all means to make Charles O'Con
or of New York Attorney General. Mr.
O'Conor believes that Slavery is a divine,
a holy, a beneficent, an indispensable insti
tution, and therefore is just the man for the
modern Democratic party, and its great
head and embodiment, James Buchanan.
We presume that, as the chances for Lin
coln's election improve, and the danger of
the Democracy losing their power increases,
petitions will be presented to Judge Taney
by his anxious friends, just to be so accom
modating as to die or resign, so Old Buch.
can put in some younger believer iu the
infallibility of slavery than the Chief Jus
tice. Although such a request would under
ordinary circumstances be absurd for who
ever heard ot a Democratic office-holder
dying or resigning? yet in view of the
emergency the certainty of Taney dying
during Lincoln's term, for one foot is already
in the grave he may, just before Buch
anan goe3 out of office, in case of Lincoln's
election, resign, and give his place to a
The Supreme Court will be -when the
Senate passes into the hands of the Repub
licans which it will do soon after the new
census -the last bulwark of Slavery. It
may be depended on that the Democratic
party will keep that in their hands, by fair
means or foul. It is the " forlorn hope."
Lincoln's Political Opinion.
At no time, in no manner bas Mr. Lin
coln avoided a public avowal of his political
views. At no time in the canvass of 1858
did he conceal from Judge Douglas or the
people his opinions on national question?,
past or present. Several days ago we pub
lished Mr. Lincoln's answers to interroga
tories propounded by Douglas, but we de
sire to republish them to-day, in connection
with the full iiud candid explanations which
he give3, and we trust that none of our
readers will consider them too lengthy for
careful perusal. The manner in which he
answers the questions stands, out in manly
contrast with tiie evasive replies made by
The interrogatories propounded by Doug
las, and Lincoln's answers, are as follows:
Question 1. "I desire to know whether
Lincoln to-d-iy stands, as he did in 1854, iu
favor of the unconditional repeal of the
Fugitive Slave Law?''
Answer. I do not now, nor ever did,
stand in favor of the unconditional repeal
of the Fugitive Slave law.
Q. 2. " I desire him to answer whether
he stands pledged to-day, as he did in 1854, '
against the admission of any more slave
States into the Union, even if the people
want them V i
A. I do not now, nor ever did, stand
pledged apaint the admission of any more
slave States into the Union.
Q. ::. ' I want to know whether he
."lands pledged agaiul the admission of a
new State into the Union with such a Oon
ti tot ton as the people of that State may
see fit to make ?
A. I do not stand pledged against the
admission of a new State into the Union,
with such a Constitution as the people of
that State may see fit to make.
O. 4. "I want to know whether In
stalls to-day pledged to the abolition of
slavery in the District of Columbia'' '
A. I do not stand to-day pledged to the
abolition of slavery in the District of
Q. 5. " I desire him to answer whether
be stands pledged to the prohibition of Hie
slave-trade between the different States?"
A. I do not sland pledged to the prohi
bition of the slave-trade between the dif
Q. G. " I desire to know whether he
stands pledged to prohibit slavery in all
the Territories of the United States, North
as well as South of the Missouri Compro
mise line ?"
A. I am impliedly, it not expressly,
pledged to a belief in the right and duly of
Congress to prohibit slavery in all the I'ni
ted States Territories.
Q. 7. I desire him to answer whether he
is opposed to the acquisition of any new
territory unless slavery is first prohibited
A. I am not generally opposed to honest
acquisition of territory ; and, in any given
case, I would or would not oppose such ac
quisition, accordingly as I might think such
acquisition would or would not aggravate
the slavery question among ourselves.
Now, my friends, it will be perceived up
on an examination of these questions and
answers, that so far I have only answered
that I was not pledged to this, that or the
other. The Judge has not framed his in
terrogatories to ask me anything more than
this, and I have answered in strict accord
ance with the interrogatories, and have an
swered truly that I am not pledged at all
upon any of the points to which I have an
swered. But I am not disposed to hang
upon the exact form of his interrogatory.
1 am rather disposed to take tip at leasi some
of these questions, and state what 1 really
think upon them.
The Fugitive Slav Law. As to the
first one, in regard to the Fugitive Slave
Law, I have never hesitated to say, and I
do not now hesitate to say, that I think,
under the Constitution of the United States,
the people of the Southern States are en
tided to a Congressional Fugitive Slave
Law. Ilaviog said that, I have had noth
ing to say in regard to the existing Fugi
tive Slave law, further than that I think it
should have been framed so as to be free
from some of the objections that pertain to
it, without lessening its efficiency. And
inasmuch as we are not now in an agitation
in regard to an alteration or modification of
that law., I would not be t'e man to intro
duce it as a new subject of agitation upon
the general question of slavery.
Admission of Slave Stales. In regard
to the other question, of whether I am
pledged to the admission of any more slave
States into the UnioD, I state to you very
frankly that I would be exceedingly sorry
ever to oe put in a position ot uaving to
pass npon that question. I should be ex
ceedingly glad to know that there would
never be another slave State admitted into
the Union; but 1 must add, that it slavery
shall be kept out of the Territories during
the territorial existence of any one given
Territory, and then the people shall, having
a fair chance and a clear field, when they
come to adopt the Constitution, do such an
extraordinaiy thing as to adopt a slave Con
stitution, uninfluenced hjr the actual pres
ence of the institution among then., 1 geo
no alternative, if we own the country, but
to admit them into the Union.
The third interrogatory is answered by
the answer to the second, it being, as I
conceive, the same as the second.
Slavery in the District of Columbia.
The fourth one is in regard to the abolition
of slavery in the District of Columbia. In
relatiou to that, I have my mind very dis
tinctly made up. I should be exceediniily
glad to see slavery abolished iu the District
of Columbia. I believe that Congress pos
sesses the constitutional power to do it.
Yet as a member of Congress, I should not
with my present views, be in favor of en
deavoring to abolish slavery iu the District
of Columbia, unless it would be upou theso
conditions: First, that the abolition should
be gradual. Second, that it should be on a
vote of the majority of the qualified voters
in the Distriet ; and third, that compensation
should be made to unwilling owners.
With these three conditions, I confess I would
be exceedingly glad to see Congress abolish
slavery in the District of Columbia, and, in
the lauguage of Henry Clay, "sweep from
our Capital that foul blot upon our nation.'
International Slave Trade. -In regard to
the fifth interrogatory, I must say heie,
that as to the question of the abolition of
the slave-trade between the different States,
I can truly answer, as I have, that I am
pledged to nothing about it. It is a subject
to which I have not given that mature con
sideration that would make me feel author
ized to state a position so as to hold myself
entirely bound by it. In other words, that
question has never been prominently enough
before me to induce mp to investigate
whether we really have the constitutional
power to do it. 1 could investigate it if I
had sufficient time, to bring myself to a
conclusion upon that subject ; but I have
not done so, and I say so frankly to you
here, and to Judge Douglas.- I must say,
however, that if I should be of opinion that
Congress doc3 possess the constitutional
power to abolish the slave-trade among the
: different States, I should still not be in favor
of the exercise of that power unless uptm
t some conservative principle as 1 conceive it,
; akin to what I have said in relation to the
' abolition of slavery in the District of
My answer as to whether I
; slavery should be prohibited in
all the Ter-
; ritories of the I'nited States, is tull and ex-
plicit within itself, and cannot be made
: learer by any comments of mine. So !
suppose iu regard to the question whether
I am opposed to the acquisition of any more
, terrritory unless slavery is first prohibited
j therein, my answer is such that I could add
j nothing by way of illustration, or making
I myself better understood, than the answer
; which I have placed in writing.
' Now iu all this, the Judge has me, and he
has me on the record. I suppose he had
Haltered himself that I was really enter
taining one set of opinions for one place
and another set for another place that I
was afraid to say at one place what I utter
ed at another. What I am saying here 1
suppose I say to a vast audience as strongly
tending to Abolitionism as any audience iu
the State of Illinois, and I believe 1 am .- ty
ing that which, if it would be offensive to
any persons and render them enemies to
myself, would be offensive to persons in this
After reading these bold and frank avow
als of opinion, no unprejudiced man can
ay k.s than that distinguished Southern
Senator and Lawyer, John.P. Benjamin, de
clared in the United States Senate last week,
that Mr. Lincoln was a much more conser
vative man than he had been led to suppo.-e.
All old Whigs will recognize these a. none
but the lime-honored doctrines of the old
party. And there is where Abram Lincoln
stands to-day, fighting against its old ene
my ; and we believe all honest old Whigs
will rally to bis support.
Pofi-LAit Political AssmfactfUM.--Ab
straction ot the Publif- Funds.
Tub First Act of Lincoln's Administra
tion. When the news of his nomination
first reached Springfield, Mr. Lincoln's
friends rushed to bis house, and asked him
how many euns they should lire, whether
one hundred or one for each State. "Well,"
said he '! must begin my administration on
principles of retrenchment and economy.
Vou had better fire but one for each State. '
Just roreived tit
anarts -ti4 pint,
COOK Jfc LANGI.
si ij.iu 1:11m it umr.it
Beef. j.issilhs Prime dear Sides.
lav a! COOK. 4 LANGI. KY'S.
fit 1.71 H If S. Ii Mr'. It.
2n boxes Prime New V. K. Cheese,
BW lb Extra W. it. liutter,
oOO lbs Choice Fresh Coitutry,
150 doc Fresh Eggs,
Just received nt BOOK A LANG LEY'
mXm u s a x ru WMt rt: u a.t T
lour, in store and lor-alu at the
fa u.t ijn i-iti.ni;
MW 10 bbls Hoi lis.
nut cm tea.
in half bbls do..
10 Pockets Java Coffee.
For sale by COOK LANGLKY.
I.ItS ICXTB JV. 1 J. O. tV-
par for 1, to be had only at
j junel COOK A LAKOLEY'S.
jr yit: a x"j-jn 1 1. 1 s VJL it iu
st7 tbir own Soap, tine pound of Concentrated
Lye coating -.V, makes gallons of good Soft
I Soup. To be had only at
WM. BIEP.BOWKR S Drugstore.
Jf .Fl 1' It It 1 K .H J T O f .7 Jt rJX
wt street. Last notice. Owners of Main street
property are notified that in order to secure the
deduction of eight a)r cer t, on the cost of the im
provement, they must band in their antes without
further delay. (tee ordinance.)
W. 'BAKER, Mayor.
Mayor's O0ee, May 31, 1860.
ST It I H
' TOO 1.9
II for Joiners Carpenters, Coopers
r'arruer, of the b.-st ollalitv. lo
which we call the
attention of all concerned.
GEO. S. SON NT AO A Co.,
No. 10 Main st., below the Br. Rank.
it t- i: s t t it o f. s n u J. s s
Scythes, Grain da., Cradles), Sneaths, Sick
les, Hoes, Bakes, a large stock of different kinds
for sale cheap at UKO. S. SONNTAG A CO.'S.
IVj! aTTTA'.VJ'O.V ' U0VSM1-
fltaopeis is called to our large and well-se
lected stock of Plated German Silver, Briltania
and Tinned Spoons, Soap Ladles, Table Knives and
Forks iu gnat var iety, Knameied Kettles and Pots,
Hrass Kettles, Meal Seives, Frying Pans, Fi re
Shovels and Tongs, Dog Irons, Sad Irons, etc.
Cheap at G EO. S. SON N TAG A CO.'S.
UMIjiW -ft -J TK HI t A. A'.
Locks, Hinges, Knobs, Doorsprings, Bolts,
Bell hangings, Screws, etc. a well assorted stock,
st (junel) GEO. S. SONNTAG A CO.'S.
ly invited to call for anything they should
want of articles generally kept iu a well stocked
and regulated Hardware store.
GEO. S. SONNTAG Jt CO.,
Sign of tho Circular Saw,
junel No. 10 Main St., below Br. Bank.
BOVCTMmjV MJV Tllf-J JPHICH Off
WHITE LEAD. The undersigned has been
appointed agent for the sale of White Leadat man
ufacturer's prices, and can now sell at lower figures
than ewer ofssred before in the city. Call and see
for yourselves. W M. II. P. STODDARD,
niar30 17 M on st.
rmi wi.w. ;j iiJ. sht f.vi;
-sa tbix, suitable tor re-eewing Gunny Bags ;
also, a full supply ot fine and heavy Hemp Pack
ing Twine, for sale br GEO. rOttTKK A CO.,
.ocust st. and the Canal,
sfaA .i. n f.ifi:it ii 1. 1. v us.
WjW Patent fixtures to them, for sale cheap
43 Main street.
Importer and Dealer in
Coach and Saddlery Hardware,
B M-J I'l-W
IO.HP I.KTHIi .ni'.fjf-
rauirenietns with Eurepearj aim Auierh-jin
uiaiiufacturer for a direct supply of all giHids in my
i line, 1 am eoahWd to offer inducements, that Caa
I not fail to be to the inttreiit of all augagttd in tho
I Luniness to give me a trial.
I name in part: axles, springs matle of the best
! steel; hands, enameled and of all kinds of leather,
j cloths, linings for carriages, varnishes, castings 01
' all kinds, saddle trees, KngfieD bridle ii-athers, bits,
j stirrups, spurs, hames, fine silver hanns of all
j kinds, Jenny Lind (Hg Trees, self etljCBfing ja.is,
I Taylor's patent liautes, fly nets, shoe threads, horse
j blankets, Londeu Girth Webs, American Girth
uui' Heiu AVebs, both cotton and worsted; London
i Welt Skins, a superior article; ivory, utta pereha
j and brass lilted wrtee)gfcl ringK uperior Kerys
I for horse rovers, the beat quality of carriage bolts,
I patent gin irees, Ac, Ac.
1 keep in fact everything apirtatniuK to either
branch (if the business, and untleistauJiu both
branches thoroughly, K"fl would respectfully invit
' your Hill Inn before purchasing elsewhere.
I Ui also agent lor Ward's Pat.'til Spriiv SaiMh .
it ox. i-oiii oi'.fr tuts, .iss.,
and 2 lb t'ans. lo tlnz Frvsh Lobsters,
ass., 1 and '2 lb eans. 5 do Ire.h Salmon, 1 and 2
lb do., at RUOK A LA N( LEY'S.
till US II. I I I. N CMOCOM.J1TJB.
" Haker's "
2 " Baker's Cocoa,
For sale at
mimi .' troBMt inn it a st
assorlltieut in the City at the Eureka Bazaar.
No. 1 Mackerel, No. 1 Salmon,
Mess Blue Kiih,
No. i " Shad,
Baltimore Hen :..
Juft rec.iv.ii ut CotiK LA MG LEY'S.
IJ .1 It O II II It S. I' Jt I It
prime. Received aud Inrsale by
uiayai OlOO. rOSTEBJ Co.
I 150 bbls Mess fork (eeuf own ctirite-'.)
100 " M. O. "
SS half bbls Pig Pork, '
in store and lor sale by 0EO. FOSTER C(
j it a. a so anus- i'hoiii: pjum-
1 ily Lard, for sale by GEO. FOSTEB A CO.
NEW ICE CREAM SALOON.
rglMfJ 0 USCHtUMCH tfAAAffTAU
- forma Uia TcietpQa Rnd ifae imblic in genend. j
that h linn n tK-tl hii l't- Civ:im SjiHifin ut rH- j
IdtMov mi tlit Ni th sjtii? if Secimd street, betwwn i
31ain itml lec t t St ttwt Ik will tnrnisli thiMii
Iie CrPeWa.of the best quality, rwrtir nln att ii- i
ti'n paid to farnidhlojc Ice Cretan to lumilif-i, for
dlnaen or parties. The rooms will ! open Irotn '
12 till 11 o'clck v. M. (Siuniays except. ) Tho i
rooms are ritwUvd ii quiet mid rw tired locality
ami will bv rapt-riiitcmlcti hv Mrs. Hriokl.-y.
i.myJl-lin THOS. E. BKICKtET.
READ .V IttRROU
Larsesl aniLBesI Selected Slock
BOOTS Si SHO
TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY,
15 MAIN STREET,
"IW9 TICKET 0CO JT RlM C T O R 8.
WW The Common Council of the City of Ivans
villi i!l receive proposals until the Stli day of June
A. V. 1800, for tfradinf; and Ailing the alley Iu
Block No. 3 , in the Eastern Enlargement of Raid
City, running from Vine to Division street, and be
twaen fifth and Sixth streets, said alley to Degra
ded ami tilled iu the proper gvadsj a the same may
shown by the City Surveyor.
P. BUKKU, Ceil..
Clerk's Office, May 11th, i860.
4? 1 II li I' " it .1 T I ."-
T i: Mi,
T order for Plank Side-Walk.
Common Come il.
May tit-, 1800: And now it is hsrebjr ordered ai.d
directed, bjf tlio Common Council of the City of
Kvansville, that the owners of all Lots and parts
of Lots fronting on or ... j ;huik the south-cart
side of Division street, between Sixth and Seventh
streets, in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to
bo brought to the (.ropar Citj grade, and that the
cause a side walfc of Class No. , to be laid tkra n
thereon, within thirty days from she publication ot
tbi order. Said side-walks to be carbed with good
white oak plana, not less than twelve by two and
a haif inches in dimensions.
P. BURKE, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, May 29, 18fl0.
mi it it r a u JTt m a jm -v it r v jk.
W-S Order for Plank Side-Walk. May 26, 1800.
And now it is hereby ordered and directed, by the
Common Council of thtt City of Evansvillu, that
the owners of nil Lots and parts of Letts fronting
on or adjoining the south-east side of Divis
ion Btreet, between Seventh and Eighth streets, iu
said city, cause the side-walks theroou to be brought
to the proper City prade, and that they cause a side
walk of class No. 2, to be laid down thereon, within
thirty days from the publication ot this order.
Said nide-walks to be curbed with good white o ik
plank not lest than twelve by two ami a half
inches in dimensions.
P. BUKKE, Clerk.
I Clerk's Office, May 29, 1SC0.
I O.VTltl I TIIM8. -
V W The Common Council of the
City of Evaus-
viHe will receive sealed proposals until June 22d,
IstjO, for grading, graveling, aud paving the alley
extending from First street to Second street, and
situated between Main and Sycamore streets. The
contractor to furnish the materials ami do tbi
work according to specifications now on tile in this
office. P. BfJRKK. Clerk.
Clerk's Office, May 20, 1SG0.
W-S Older for Plank Side, Walk.
-V O T M V a .
ftlay 20, 1800. And now it is hereby ordered and
directed, by the Common Council of the City of
Kvansville, that the owners of all Lots and parts of
Lots fronting on or adjoining both sides of Leet
street, between Water and First streets, iu said
City, cause the side-walks thsreou to be brought to
the proper City grade, aud that they cause a Side
Walk of Class No. 1 to be laid dowu thereon, within
thirty days from the publication of this order.
P. BCRKE, Cl'k.
City Clerk's Office, May 29, 1SC0.
g10 R M O ttJl T M OJ' JVOTICH
Order for Plank Side-walk. Couucil Chamber,
My 2(i, 18ii0. And now it is hereby ordered aud
directed, by the Common Council of the City of
Evansville, that the owners of all Lots aud parts
of Lots fronting 011 or adjoining the north-west
side of Division street, between Seventh ami Eighth
streets in said City, cause the side-walks thereon to
be brvught to the proper City grade, and that they
cause a side-walk of Class No. 2 to be laid down
thereon, within thirty days Iroui the publication
of this order. Said side-walk to be curbed with good
white oak planks, not less than twelve bj two and
a half inches iu dimensions.
P. BURKE, Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, May 29, ISM.'.
jf -f O It I O It. I T I II. V
JV'O T I C M
Order fur St"ue
Curbiuc. Council Chamber.
May 26, 1860. And now it is hereby ordered and
! directed, by the Common Couucil of the City of
I Kvansville, that the o uers of all Lots hereinafter
! described, being corner lots situated on Cherry
, street in said city, cause stone curbing to be placed
! upon the si le-w&jks of said lots for a distance 1
' twenty feet; that is, ten feet in each direction from
j the corners, viz : Lots 11 iu Block 11. at the corner
I of Fourth and Cherry streets; Lot 1 iu block 22,
at the corner of Cherry and Sixth streets; Lot It
iu Block 23, i u the corner ot Cherry aud Sixth
streets; Lots li ami 20 iu Block 4e; Lots 1 aud l'l
j in Block 11; ' i s 1 aud 10 iu Block 18 ; and Lots
11 aud 20 m Block 4'J, all iu the Eastern Enlarge
ment ; and Lot 1 iu Block 2, and Lot 13 in Block 1,
i iu Baker's addition, within thirty days from the
I publication of this order.
P. Ill'liKK, Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, May 29, 1SU0.
The Original and Genuine
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
Sa r s a i a i tin
Great Renovator of
THE SOVEREIGN KE.MEDY FOB
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
Ulcerated Soros, :ind
All Forms of C utaneous Diseases.
't hese louiplaints cm be speeJily and effectually
cured by tho use of this
Thousands have experienced Its salutary effects,
aud tens of thousands have witnessed It, until it
has ceased to be a question among the intelligent
portion of the community.
When the Blood becomes lifeless and stagnant,
either from the effects of Spring weather, change
of climate, vtaut of eren iec, the use of a uuiiorui
saline diet, or any otaan cause ; this oinpounil Ex
tl.tct of SarsapariUa, will renew the blood, curry
.It the putrid humors, cleanse the stomach, KKG
V L.VTK THE BOWELS, ai.d impart a tone of vigor
to the v hole bodv.
To the Public.
The fiublic are hereby uotifiud that the prepara
tion extensively known as 1R S. P. TOWN
SEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT 111' SAKSAPA
III LL A, is now manufactured under my direction
and supervision, from the original recipe obtained
from Vr. S. P. Tow nsend ; and I certify that it is
composed of ingredients purely vegetable, nd with
out mercury; aud also that the ingredients are ju
diciously compounded, so as to obtain for tkem
their greatest medicinal effect.
JAS. K. CHILTON, M. D., Chemist.
OR. 8. P. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EX
TRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, has a reputation
Wnosg all civized nations us the best preparation
tor KENOVATINO AND PCR1FYINO THE
BLOOD, which science has ever offered to man
In this resides its fieciiliar excellence, and to this is
die- its world-wide renown.
It contains all the vegetable principles which ex
perience has proved useful in clearing the satem
from disease, extracted and eombineil with the
highest skill which the refinement of modern chem
istry enables us to employ.
Whatever may be said by mortified competitors
or splenetic physicians, the fact that this medicine
is everywhere used, ami that its use creates an iu-riva-e
I demand, shows conclusively that it kihsi ss- I
es medicinal merits of the first order.
CAUTION. To avoid imposition it will be nec
essary to see that DR. JAMES R. CHILTON'S
certificate, as well as the signature of Dr. S. P. ;
Townseiiii, is tin the outside wraertor ot etit-h hor-
! tie. Be very careful to use no other.
Proprietor's office, No. 41 Fulton street, N. V.,
and for s ite by every Druggist in the city.
- .. a i va t ijm.K
Biipuly of Caliv.iHH.-d mid Hlaiu llaius. Clear
iiml BJIwM Siilvr ami Slmulilert, which wi ufft-r low
lo file trutlefor CSah. GKO. KOVTER A Co.
2 vjtrjvr ujtom- o hji.mTs
WjW- largeand heavj 2' :t bushels, Iu .ion. au.l fur
ale ly GKO. KOSTKU4 CO.,
roay.il Coiner Locust strbc-t au.l Canal.
ryl r- z. m em p
: eM M 5"- C r f
tt 00 .
, f4? If r
Q ft. 2x
woior s .i a i:
t it . ' u it a it
dling House, containing ten rooms, with
nil the neci ssary out-buildings, situated on Locust
: Btreet, between Seventh and Eighth. If not sold
before the 1st of July, it will then be for rent.
) For fin ther particulais enquire of the subscriber at
j the Picayune Mills. JOHN B. MILLS,
J'S K I T It Wtt K It. TO I' it Jf -veut
moths from injuring woolen gooths in
warm weather. for sale at Thompson's l'rii
ess Willi the undersigned, or any enqni.
ru-ts tti m.tk
relative to miiv property owm-d by bin-
in the City of I'vsiisvilU: or County of Vander
burgh , lire requested to cat! on Meesy. John Law
St M U Ai:tbes. Aforncj . :iud 0 iniicellors at I a ,
at their office, ,, s; Main street, K insviile, i.,
door above the l 're- cot City Bank, wltd will give
all desired information relative lo I be e.iitto.
Mayl5 2wl. WW. 11. LAW.
I'M t.H JTtO V J-ilft ttVKJS'Hli.
will apply to the Board of County Commissioner,
at their June terse, 18'io, on the lirst Monday In
June, for license to sell spirituous liquors in less
quantity than a quart, on Water street, No.
between Vine and IHvis.oti streets, iu the City id
Kvansville, Pigeon Township, Vainlerliuivh Coun
ty, Indiana. s.VMI'EL 1'. B-A.VL.1N.
HJi Jl J'Ji WTU-O iiOitSK
for sale cheap, by SAMUEL OISK.
i' 1 .i Yi. :;oo st it x a t hh-
11 ant ihojs: 6UO Hv.vin.Mis
sheet iron assorted sizes, in store and lor sale
Jow by SAMUEL ORR. mylo
.abdb it 11 x lis u-i.vitow
y low at
9 jw P w assorted sizes, for
Thompson'9 City Drug Store.
ar.VAS I HK ltTV TOBACCO. Those
-sv liking the weed can find something to suit
their taste at CHARLES McJOH NSToN'S,
maylti Poesy's Block.
LADIES AND GENTS :
rii ut Nn. ,s Secoad ntrti room fur a few
more. Come unl kok no trouble to riUovv thon'
eosjr littlf dovo anil tan coloi-l G titer. Give in n
caU, and I know yitu will buy. &tve Kid, FreiiWi
K id and Morn.ru Polka Booto, ot" t hi: ino-ft exquisite
styles ttvt-r ottered in this market, Miasm1 and
('.lildreu's Gait-r-, of every linle and odor; Kid
an ! Horaces ot" every style, with and without
het-U ; Copper-tipped of various kinds, of the im
Gents' tine Tntent Leathur and Calf Boots made
to 0K0EU of the beat imported stock we have had
tor years. Glove Kid, Patent Leather, Calf and
Morucco Congress Gaiter exoelsior, a la mode.
Made by the mont fashionable and best workmen
to be found Btt Eastern cities not excepted.
Friends, come on strangers, give ns a trial.
JOB X RASCH,
marSl No. 8 Second st., Kvansville, tnd.
X CARPETS f!
Also, Lace Goods, Damasks,
Pink Bobinet Bars,
And an assortment f the finest DUESS TRIM
MINGS ever brought to tho City.
J. S. HOPKINS,
aprS-tltl OnFirsf Slreti.
HAVE REMOVED TO
COR. MAIN & WATER
AND NOW OFVEH K
I A L
A Large and well Assorted Stock
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
HARDWARE AND rUTLKRY.
EXTENT AND VARIETY,
CITY & COUNTRY TRADE
sir f i a mil o.- Tim .liost
BABC OCK & CO.,
Cor. Main & Water st3.
JS,H mVM JVST RKVEIV'KIt .
WW large vai iety of Ctabiottabie and beautiful
White Crape Shawls,
Figured and Plain Berag ea,
English and Crape Berages,
Travelling Dress Goods,
Plain and Fancy Silks,
A Large Stock of Hats and Caps,
ToMtlier with a totiiph-te hjbiI Tarieti pssortnnni
of rMcy ami Hteple Dry U(nJ(., UU of which we
will aril nt i. i t nnly nns4ua)h yries.
DUNCAN A COOKE,
t"yl'. Ku. 5 Mnin wtreet.
ea.Ti t:.'T, i.t.Tm. tee.
Iiki bble fresfa Uydraaiic Cetuetif.
:mio " White Litue,
a liluli Grev '
50 IthlH Planter Paris,
Also a eotnplete assoritucut ut Doors. Saslt. ;ias
dH-., on liautl ami for sale by
my3l QKO. TOfffKBsrCO.
Ctl.VS. B. NI : .
NIEIIAI'S & UKCKMAN.
REW STOVE AND TIN STOKE
-WM-.wU S.I K JlJ'li R K TJ I -
WW dealers au.l aianul.ictiileiv ot I in, c
and Sheet Iron Wan s. No. 8, Water street, b
M.iin and Locust. Kvunsville. 1ml.
The uudcr&igiiod hav. constantly on hand a full
assortment of Stove of every variety and pattern,
at the lowest price", anil beg leave to inform their
friends and the public generally, that they have
the best and neatest assortment of Tin Ware ever
offered, and here constantly on hand a lull assort
ment of lu uggist Cans, Ac, fc.
Those pot si Hit alsliiiitl week in their line are rer
KpectfySt) requested to gHe them 'a call before pur
eliasiug eiacwhere, as a, prompt at lent ion to tleir
buaimsiaanel a thorough knowledge ol their trade,
tbev liopolo give general .-Hli.laciioii.
NIETIAl'S a BECK MAN.
COPPER AND JOB WORK.
Steamboat, liietillcry. and Brewery Work; Steam
IVp.-, So la I'oitiitaius, Pumps, aiid general Uopper
smithing ami Sheet Iron Work, made and repaired,
Meia! Rooting, Rwtterfttg, Ac.
Work sisi Silases! til sue urrfevt tatittaetiuu, at (Ac
1.9 VlP Just received and now opening, an ele-
1 k of goods suitable
t casus fancy prints;
for the Spring Trade
Iff m bitoHched araetfeav;
1 law ns;
'Z " uhulli;
lo " cottoiiane;
4 ' apron checks;
lo bales iMrtfafSJ strip,
And a erreat variety of ii'thUr of nil kinds, all id'
which we are Helling below Cincinnati prices, as
we are determined to draw the no,ii trade to Kvans
ille. Come and examine fur yoursel rea at
mai. .1. II. MAldlKE A OO.'ct, ITIrat St.
Store of Thomae Kerth has bveii relBved
from So. 7 (Fle)lnuMCe oM standi, to To .Main St..
Opposite Washing;. .n Hoiei, wheie w keeps a 1llR
supply of LKATI1RH ANI F N 1 ,i;s. lb- keeps
on hand every variety and sells cheap tor cash.
V: m. ip iH'rS.sru, ll iuiutr' oi l Haleemait. i"
with me, aud wilt te on mind lo wait on our oM
frieude and all the new customers who may call on
us. He v. ill d.ije.sii. e t;. all.
masie-ltud TUG M A U KKKTII.
til Jt: i. i .v u .
IH kesta assort eH sizes, j is!
'.III. s .
l.y UilAU. M. .lolIN.-foN,
I'usuy's Bha-k, Main street
JTT it I I li T
-fit In sjveaf variety,
New Dru;; Store of
Til' I. JS
lok'est price, j.
rgui t s sTo t'H mjs TAttKJV Tim
JL first premiums at every Fair where it has
been exhibited. At the South-Western Indiana
District Fair, held here October, ISo!), there Were '
but two premiuuisoic.trod for cookito; stores one for
'the best wood cocking stove, and one for the best coal '
cooking stove. The Economist look the FIRST !
PKEsxlUM FOB TUE REST .OOK1NO STOVF '
FOU Wool). Boelker, kinsman jt Co took the first
lirciitium for their cooking stove for coal. Noolber
premiums were offered Tho large silver medal was
avrirded to the Economist at the New York Slate
Fair ; ami the tirst premium at the i'nited States j
Fair held at C'hkag'.. and twelve other State and
County Fairs in ISSlfc
in no branch of mechanical at t has there
been a more apparent advance than in toe man- .
ufacture ol stovts. It is but a lew years since
the very name was a novelty, representing a '
j huge, shapeless structure, almost as devoid ot !
I use as ornament. These have gradually given place ,
I to patterns of grace and utility ; until the varieties
'. our markets now present have almost exhausted ;
I the vocabulary of names ; and the different phases ,
! the metal is made to assume, would astonish old ;
Vulcan himself. In style and finish, the improve- !
inent has been real, leaving nothing to bo desired '
I on that point, but the severe competition iu price, j
j to which they have been subjected, has deprived
them of many of the rnoro substantia qualifies
desirable. This eei nis more especially to have been i
' the case iu ref'erenc to cook stoves an article of ;
domestic ecouomy '.hat has more todo with scolding
. wives ami crotchety servants than most people im- 1
agino. The poblk have long sought an improve- i
meut in this article, and we believe are ready topay .
' any reasonable price for a cookiug stove, it it ouly
possesses the meriis of size, weight, convenience, '
durability, economy, and perfection of mauulacturt .
These qualities seem to bo JjpSBHSSI A most fully iu i
: rue EcoU'iinist a new stove, pel tected and brought i
I out the past sessjstlf by Messrs. Treadwell, Perry i
i ANorttin.ol Albitny. We he;,rd so much of this I
j stove, and it looked so much like a stove iuteuded
' lor use, that we concluded to try them, and the I
result of the experiment convinces us that the i
, proprietors, in their determination to make the be
: sfinst in Me world, have succeeded. We regard the j
' Economist as possessing all the merits altove run- J
on rated as the fireat stove of tho day fiir iu ad- j
' value of anything ever attempted in the line of
i stoves, perfect iu all Its appointments, end Iras tit
, its name in durability and ihe use of fuel. Among :
! theiuauy cotiveuieuces attached to it, may be men- t
tioued a large oven, with hooks arranged, for sua- j
j pending meats while roasting. A Conner wster
i tank, Il tilling from 12 to 'i gallons warming
' closet, broiling hearth, SrC.t Jcv. The broiling j
i hesucsh is one of the most noticeable features of this ;
remarkable stpve. 'I here uevor has been, to our
' knowledge, any broiling ftxtore thai was really 6at- ;
Isfactorv iu Its operation. The proprietors of this j
i stove have been conducting a series of experiments
upon broiling, eliciting some valuable facts, and te
nedting Iu r Inventkm of a gridiron adapted to
this stove, which has seen secured by letters patent,
and is otie of tho most admirable things of I ho kind
we ever saw broiling without smoke, ami keeping I
the coals iu a constant glow . We are always tlad !
tit do justice to mechanic tl ini rovements, and es- ;
pSCietlj such as ContritSUtC so largely to the general
good, as tho one above mentioned. j
The Economist, wbit h is commaudiMgsuch a large !
sale, will be found oxly at SCANI LIN A STE-
iHENS'S, Main St., between Wtttor ami First, j
Evansville, 1ml niarG
mo. SPRING & SUMMER
A- JiMt.iM.JL m'9 MiMx S i J' f ''.
UiU- liilorm their nuiueroua Criettdi and the
that they are duty reorivfltc ae
large uud varieil - k. of Spring
im iJinHwr ii . , wtiicu, for Htyle autl
variety, ceiuriot bfl .surpassed. It would be toper
tluou ta eawBittmta all the dopartmentd which, u
itisrection, will bt fouod replet embiaoin all the
iettdiog BtylsM td I novelties of the season.
The l-usiueM priuc.plei whirh have rained far
taMfir i.ld ettalt lUlied hoine marU extensive patron
age, will L-e rthtjriwl to, viz.: Kxerutiori of order
with dispatch attootsVoc a.id . ourtcy to caaiom
em, combined with ntoajerate tUmiuji n Their
stork koving been purehfinetj with MM Mod jllf
utent in the best market, and of firt jtidlity, to
Kjether with an adherence to vund principles of
trade, they are confident f befog able it supply
thoae who UUJ favor them w ith a call on tho best
terniH. Annexed they submit M lUf frf iriprtMMnnnt
Cloths, flMMsttlOnfTiM. Mtll VMfttagS,
Tweeds, Ky. Je.tnri, GottOMVMdea and PwMImH,
New Style Prints, a greet variety,
enrh OrgMiolieMt Lewae end Qiogheote,
.- . r DerogeM, ahikik and uiuuits,
Wii-k iiml Fancy Silk, and Irish PoDHits,
?0o2iair Gooda for traveling droMMHM,
JV-to,-h Berate Robes, to 11 Volants,
OrsjHady " S to y w
I SOiv-VJiui GiognMBI Cinbrclhia and Paiusds,
i i tn . ;t: Itrtid, Leghorn ami Pnhn Hats,
J toots Mflid boe, Soft Black and Colored Uats,
Whius HaW end link HosqaJte Nettt.
French and Weotch KasbroMorii a groMl variety ,
(tlack ! - JMaotillaH and Points,
Hosiery, Glove, Mitts, and White ami Colored
White Goods, KotSoo, Dress Trimmings, Ac, Ac.
f S. .t It. Would :;ill MSMi'tfeMlMr MsttSOtioM to their
stock of Irish I, ;n-- . GikJ of their own importa-
tions, warranted PUM KtiAeM, std't finish and
J Qtmss Illuacheti sSMMMfstssgMST Jh" t"' SJld 12-4
j jLinetsS, Brown snd Blesciied, pataasks ull sizes,
JJii- ii Cambric Handker :liid, Vowels, Brown mmmJ
j Bleached il ticks, Ac.
j N. B. '1 hiiiipnn SsiirtMj secjHlrfiig u Bteel
sVrittg around the body, are MSf MMMSSlMlili ! for the j
gid lowing peculiarities and MdSMtttsjgoj :
I 1st. Facility d applii atiun.
2d, Perfect freedom from lisbili-y iu rehab- or cx- j
1 enriato, and mliuit of any kind of SstefsCSS without ;
, the sligbtest iii':ouvouii-m:e to the wearor.
ffJ?"Corije: Main aud first streets.
aims, tyi.it r it just Rminv-
t-il auJ for sale rhsjtn Ui cloie ssMsssfrnsaesji.
KLLIOTT'S FAMILV OBOCKKT,
sroa utihs who jrk .tun i t to
JL built! will tin.i it to tlu-ir interest to examine
our stixk tiutl prices b lorf sakiax their errange
ments for liunlware t-tr the Miring Sanson, as we
Bra determined to sell as law at uuy oilier ilt-Hletn
in tk city. We have on hand alarsjeaad Cootpleis
Green wood's Butt Hinges,
Door Locks anil Latches, all si.s ami prices,
hell-C'lo.iiug Wiulti-r auu Gale Wages and
Hand Kail tjcrews,
Gimblet Poiuted do Ironi to I IncliCT,
iiratls ami Kiuishiuic Nails troiu to ;i iuclies.
Lightautl Heavy Strap Hinges,
d'atcut Sash Fasteners.
JACOB STRAUS i .SON,
apii'i 71 Main at.. Itelow Wsnhlngron Boss.
gj t :.vt jmJKnictJVK. Tiio.nr-
m ,uu has the largest sseortlNeMl of Patent
HssUcsMS -t er offured lor sale in Kvansville. For i
tjeuume raeuiciues, call at his Now iru Store cor- j
ner Main aed Second streets. niylO I
WM. lot of these truly sad justly celebrated, newly
: and gieatly improved summer and winter cooxinj
j Stover, of ihe unrivaled Stewart's Patent, and at
i the only agency in this city.
j Tho. Scunlliris, No. 29 Main street, between
First and Second.
The fiist premium was awarded to this Stove as
the best coal or wood cooking stove at the South
westru ludiana District Fair, held at this place.
No stove ever devised combines as numerous or
! important scientific principles as this of Stewart's.
! it broils, boils, bakes and r. .tie at the same mo
ment, without one dish imparting flavor to another,
or producing that sameness of taste in meat and
gravies, which, to the delicate and fastidious of
; taste, makes so insuperable an objection to evsry
j other king stove now In use. With one-fourth
of the fuel employed in the best of stoves now is
use, this most perfect and complete cooking appa
ratus peri. Tins, simultaneously and moro perfectly
i titan has ever before been accomplished, everything
required i:i the beat provided families, so far as
: cooking i- concerned. When, too.it is borne Iu
mind that the most delicate females can visit tha
; kitchen when Ihe Stewart Stove is fully employed.
-iid the tiiv is at its height, without the smallest
unpleasantness from the change of tmperatars,
I s,t utile is the he-it from it diffused externally, an
ittdutieaunt i- presented for its universal employ
ment never heretofore presented in any otherstovs.
' That, indeed, is one of its principn'. attractions, as
well as it g-entest Srosider, how h at is so econo
mized sud diffused within the stove itself, and o
I litt le p. r.s pt iblv i-cajs-s into the k ilebelt, a iIh,
where, w ith any of the ar.ives anw iu use, uthsc
than Stewart's, if is scarcely possible for any mm,
in aarm weather more particularly, to breathe with
, comf'ii t.
Fur 2U jttars Mr. Ste wart has been employed iu
perfecting this stove, ami sjnee last February, ho
luu obtained three new patents for improvements,
. which, in bis opinion, and the opinion of all who
have ex tedded it, mailt it perfect. Within four
I veer t'ceitlv tlumvtmd of them have Iiei-n sold, under
a full gcaianti e, and not one has been returned.
These remarkable results have eiuiwddcnsd a host
of stove manufacturers to imitate the Stewart Stole,
' but, save in exterior atperauce, which the old
patents (having expired) enables them to giie, they
' no more resentlsto Stewart's than chalk dor cheese.
; Thes imitations are known by various names, but
they are all deficient in various particular", such
a . t he air-tight boxes, by which full control is kept
over tin- tile, ami of the heat, by a draft wasnper,
ingeniously contrived, which also admits . con
staui current of eehl air on tlw outside of ths firs
; box, v hieh again becomes heatad air, aad, rasias;
into the oven, is made available for cookitg ur
poses. The agent and subscrilajr is receiving thf best
imitation ol the Stewart Stove, called " Pride .f
toe West," which he will be happy to dispose of
at two-thirds of the price of the genuine Stevart's.
It is possible, of course, to coek with it, tut II
bears no resemblance to Stewart's.
The ' stew art " is sold by the agent, undnra full
guarantee to perform as rcc-un mended, and if, vithia
three months from purchasing, auy fault istouns
w ith them, h will take them back aud refutd the
i mouey. Housekeepers will bear In mind, then,
that the genuine Stewart Stove, bought at the only
aaent's here, 'will, with half the labor anc out-
I fourth the fuel, do more aud better cookinc thas I
' any other stove ever constructed.
'i'liOS. SUANTLIN, No. 29 Main strest.
Sole agent for the sale of the Stewart Stove is f
Southern Indiana aud Keutucky.
Hartford Fire Insurance ('.,
J.I.VI JIU YJL mt, lSfiO.
Rash eu ban 1 and in Dank, $38,338.11
Cash in hands of Agents.aod
in course of transmission, i2,69ri.8t)
! Cash loaned on call 30,000.00
Bills receivable for loans, amply secured
Ileal Estate, unincumbered, (cash val.)
it'W Shares Bank stock in Hartford,
220U Shares Bank Stock in New. York,
960 .-hares Bank Stock in Boston, Mar
Ion Shares Bank idoek In St. Louis,
Jin Shares Bank Stock, Kail Road, and
other Stock, Market Value
Hartford City Bonds, 6 percent., Mar
ket Value m
State Stocks, (Tennessee, Ohio, Mich
igan, Missouri,) 6 per cent.. Market
jo Shares Statu Bank Wisconsin, Mar
i .Fl li E OF A V IHT0R OF STATU, INDIANA, I
Indianapolis, Feb. 13, 1860. I
To the Peopaaos Inluana: The Hartford Fl
Insurance c.tmjtany having complied with the la
of Indiana, by hling in this Office a Statement
its I i. ndition on the first day of January, 1860, at
haMiii; in rlted au examination ot its auairs oy in
Department, I.John W.Dodd, Auditor of the Sta
of Indiana, hereby certify that I have mads a ps
sooal and thorough examiuatleu uf the books SB
assets of the Cmpany, at thoir Office in the City
Hartford, Conn., and that the Company own at
have in their possession in cash, and in secnritl
convertible at pleasure, nearly One Million of Do
lar, applicable to the payment of losses s
amount corresponding with their official Slat
men t of January last. The Hartford Fire Inr
ranee Company has been in existence for half
century. The high character of its officer for s:
perienceand probity the promptness and fidslil
Hit It which it has met all its engagements just
entitles it to the highest rank among the Imuran
Companies of the country, and commands it to II
patronage of the people of Indiana.
JOHN W. DODD, Auditor of Stat
Insurance against ItOSS or Damage by Fire, i
Dwellings. Furniture, Stores, Warehouses, Ms
cbandise, Mills, Manufactories, and other kinds
property, can be effected In this Company upon
favorable teims as the nature of the risks and ssci
ritv to Policy holders will admit.
PARTICULAK ATTENTION given to lusurtt
Ft rut property, consisting of Dwellings, Barns, si
outbuildings connected, and Furniture, Live Stocl
Hay, Grain, Farming Utensils, Ac, Ac, contain
therein, for a term of years at LOW rates of pn
Applications for insurance may be made to tf
ntlftf ' aTaTffi 'he duly authorized Agents of tl .
Co in pa, A. C. IIALLOCK st SON, Ag'r
Of ficii: Marble Hall Building, Main street. V
XI. 5 M
U. f H 1 T I H IJ Ojy, IIJBJTI8
baring removed from his old rooms. Ms
Street, opposite the Court Houe, to the corner
Main sad Second tc, over Thompson's Orugstoi
ami Laving increased his facilities for doing
kimls of Dental work, he is now prepared to snpn
lite damans). He is still making those beauth
Gold plates with Gum teeth, which are preferred
so many, aud which, for strength aud purity, ca
not lie surpasteit. Also, tho new styles of woik, t
Continuous Gum, which is very beautiful; ths si
brr, which is Kiiperior to vulcanite; also, cheopli
tie and silver plates. He has been using for 2 yes
the electric process for extracting teeth withf
pain, and in the majority of cases, with jut
surcees, as hundreds of persons will testify. Tare
may insure health and beauty to their children
baring tltuee enstressing irregularities of the tei
corrected by the dentist. The most extremely
regular teeth can be corrected. Ths prices of D,
listry have been iu the last few years so very r
soiiuble that all n-sy now enjoy the benefits of i
Dr. K. HUTCHINSON, Dentist
Cor. Main ami Second sts., Xvaasvllle, Ii
.-6 uu rvsh. u ii.y-aliuiJJS" UMJ
stai Seed, jusi received sudfor sale by
F. SHABPE CO.,
No. ISO Main street
fj IO. URHty TOJVUVM8.
m i kej;-) W. K. Butter,
BOO bush. Irish Potatoes.
Just received at
aprg KLLIOTT'S FAMILY 'IOCIltT
.11 It II WHS! UJMM MMISTOM
For sale cheau bv
rstS WasMngtnn Block, Main street
1 1 1 HIS II MOSS.--1 9 RJDf MJLi
for sale by
8. K. GILBBBT a I
Uostou Saioked Halibut, for sale by
ut, for sals
- "im ssssssssssssBftv ?
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