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" " T II A V AC L. K 11 S ' OU1DK. CraaiTllK CrwfordillU II. K. tTp JaiL ln KratiBTillo. 9.25 A. M. Arrtw at Vineenues (passengers for St. Louis and Cairo go Went 4.55 P. M.)...12.10 P. M. Leave Vincennes. ............... 12.13 ' Dinner at Junction (passengers for Cin- cinnati and Lonisv'e go East 1.26 P.M.)12.23 Arrive at Terra Haute (close connections m for Indianapolis, Cln'tl, ana umceJ uTam Hants ........ 4 00 Leave Terra Halite Arrive at Bockville 6.24 Domw JatZ. ..6.10 A. ...7.40 M. Leave Book villa. Arrl-a, at Terrs Haute Leave Terra Haute (close connections from Indianapolis, Cincinnati, to.) 2.35 r. M. Arrive at Vincennes-.......... ......5.84 " Leave Vincennaa (O A M. train arrives from the East at 4.47; from the West at 1.26 P.M.) . 6.40 Arrive at Evan8vUle.......- o-m Freight and Accommodation. Up Monday, Wednesdays, and Friday t. Leave Evansville .............. 6.30 A.M. Arrive at Viocenuee...... ...... ........10.67 " Leave Vlnoennes. ........11.30 " Arrive at Terre Haute .... 4.25 P. M. Down Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Leave Terre Haute -................ 6.0O A. M. Arrive at Vincennes. ............. ........li.3f " Leave Vincennes 10.57 " Arrive at Kvansville . 3.25 P.M. SteamtriRcgular Packets. I For particulart, tee odvertMemettft. FOB CA1B0. CocaiEB leave Tuesdays and Saturdays at 12 o'clock at. Arrive. Mondays and Thursdays at oiht. roa PADUOAH. OaiBLCV Bowm leavea Mondays, Wednesdays, end Fridays at 12 o'clock H. Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at night. FOB LOUISVILLB. Etoknb and Obex Sable leaves Tuesdays and Saturdays at 2 o'clock p. m. Arrives Tneadajs and Saturdays in the afternoon. FOB SBEKN BIVBB. Lc Eaves leaves for South Carrolton and Pond Biver, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at noon. A rrives on Tuesdays and Fridays, at night. There Is regular dally communication with Bbm dbbsoh and Niwbbuh by land conveyance. STEAMBOATS. REGULAR PACKETS. Fast Mail Passenger Line TO . A -. s orfowm C-e 3 BOATS DAILY FROM EVANSVILLE For all points on the Ohio Biver, (Sundays and Thursdays excepted.); THK MAIL PACKET Charlev Mo wen : Capt. JOH.n MtCLJMlJV, Leav&s Evansville," Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 12 o'clock, for Paducah and all "Way Points. Leaves Paducah Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Satur days at 9 A. M. THE MAIL PACKET co trm 12 it: Capt. J! V. T HBO OF. Leaves Evansville, Tuesdays aud Saturdays im mediately npon arrival of Eugene. Cairo and all Way Points. Loaves Cairo on Sundays and Wednesdays at P. M. COJYJS KCTIOJ'8 JHJMOB JIT CJMBO WITH ST. LOUIS AND ILL. CENT. R. R. JtLBO,JlT BWJJV8VMI.TH WITH E. $ C. R.R. $ LO UIS VLE PA CKETS. WFor Freight or passage, apply on board, or to P. D. VIKTS Ag-nt, octlS Office over the Canal Bauk. REGULAR WABASH PACKET. T an kmjve, jve w jjit , rrr:- Staunch (steamer cr-ifJ' et --. arf it al'ifa-JCBMBM "T" XX. I O P. FLEMING, Master. J. A. Dickinson, Clerk. Will run regularly as above during the season For freight or passage apply on board. f.4il2 HJi I) UJ.JI at EVANSVILLE AND WABASH PACKET, GEO. SUTTON. Captaiu. Will leave Evauavills Weekly for U7 . t V. .4 . , : . 1. r... : . or paesage, enquire of Bl CUi. A HUMPRET, Agrtnte, janl7 . Wharf Boat. W9KUVrMH I, f IT i t-i- Mh, VILLE, EVANVILLK aud HENDEK30N Packet, 1 ir. V. F. SAY RE, Blaster. DAVIDSON, Clerk. Unsurpassed for comfort and speed, win leave Ev ansville for Louisville every Tuesday and Saturday, At o'clock P. M. For freight or pasoae apply to P. D. VIKTS, A st. Office over over Canal Rank. Evansville, 8ept. 9th, 1861. sep9-tf REGULAR Evansville and Green River Mattie Ooolt! A. LIT Kit, matter. The MattieCook will hereafter run Id the em ploy of the Guvornmeut, from Evansville to the different points on Oreen Biver. Passengers aud freight will be taken at the customary rates. The Mattie Cook is the" old reliable" packet, aud has excellent accommodations for paSHeugers. for Freight or Paraage, anply to nov26-tf COX A HUMPHRKf, A'ts. 11 jjuvan Ainu V Airio rAt a.t r, LEWIS DAVIS, Maxtor. 7 dtliLL nia. o. snuiuisTaUl, Hart. Will leave Evausville on slondnys and Fridays at 12 o'clock on arrival of Louisville Packet. Re turning, will leave Cairo n Tuesday and Saturday evenings, at 6 o'clock, P. hi. Will leave Paducah on Wednesday and Saturday raoruinp, at A. M. For freight or passaLro, apply on bnarri, er to CuX J- liUMPHHKV, Ag'ts. All freight received by Aeula lor the J. H. Doue, will be free of ioaiuiiions. d4 C&. ANSVJLLK AND HKSDKR- BON PASSENGER PACKF.T. The JSjJf new and splendid V. 8. Mail Packet tSaaujkt BIU UKEll.' KAOLK," O. B. TAYLOR, f apt..... ...... K. SMITH, Ja.,Clk Leaves Evansville tot Louisville every Tuesday at 6 o'clock p. a., and every Saturday at 5 r. m. Heturning, leaves Louiavi He every Monday and Friday at 6 o'clock p. m. oc31-t COX A HUMPHREY, Agts. Paducah and Louisville Packet -?ytf waster, u. b. kodb, i i a, r.r.ri.jiiil vly rezularlv betweeu the above points, leaving Eausville every Thursday morn ing at 10 o'clock, on her downward trip, and ev -ery Saturday morni ug at 10 o'clock oa her upward trip. She has superior passenger accommodations. For Freight or Passage apply on board or to JNO. B. HALL, oct25tf No. 2 Wlr street. Louisville, Evaasville & Henderson PASSENGER PACKET. The new and spleudid V. S. Mail Packet "STAR GREY EAGLE," A. A DOSKALLV, Cap!., J. A. L.USK, Clerk, Leaves Evansville for Louisville Every Mouday at 12 o'clock, and Every Thursday at t o'clock p. H . Beturniug, leaves Louisville every Wednesday aud Saturday at 5 o'clock p. si. iepT COX A UCMPUBKY, ApeuU. 7jriJf-x-vaj'A' miu o trus. e JL We have Just received another beautiful sortmeist of the above calebratee kid gloves, and twr sak? jbsa? at 8CHAPKEB at BUSSINO'S, ,bl 4'J Main St. and Commission. I Forwarding J. T. Cox F. M. HnwPHBCT. fiOX & HUMPHREY, Forwarding & Commission Mercht's STEAMBOAT AGENTS, AND WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS, " KVANSVILLE, 1ND. ' We have taken the Grey Eagle Wliarf-Boat, and ask of our friends a continuance of their patronage. One of us will be found aboard both day and night to attend to the wants of shippers. sepl l Geo. Foster, A. H. Fobteb, Wb. A. Gwth. GEO. FOSTER & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Produce and Provision Merchants, COBNEB or LOCUST STREET AND THE CAltAL, aug9 EVANSVILLE IND. Watts, Given A Co., 1 ( Cbai 4 Bsowk, Paducah, Ky., J 1 Kvausville, la., Haboino, Given it Co., St. Louis, Mo. WATTS. CRANE & CO.. COMMISSION MERCH'NTS, No, 45 BrotO Street, NEW YORK CITY. We have opened a House in the city of New York for the sale of Tobacco and Western Produce. Under the name of WATTS, CRANK & CO. Mr. D. Watts, of the tinn of Wait., Given A Co., of Paducah, long familiar with Tobacco, will take charge of that department of our business, and Mr. I. A. Crane, of Cranu and Brown, rvaiisviue, will take charge ef the Produce business. . may31 WATTS, CRANE CO. PRODUCE AND" COMMISSION HOUSE, C'lieese and Butter Agency. n. ErO'RI&EIT, x co. o x xj o io AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Agent for the sale of Western Reserve Butter and Cheese. N. 'A Sycamore Street, dec29 KVANSVILLE, INP. 10 PJ M TJK US Ml I' We have this day associated with us, iu the Far-warding and Coinroiaeion business, Mr. K. K. Dunkerson, form erly of the firm of Slaughter A Duukerson, uu der the firm name of Crane, Brown A Co. novU CRANE A BROWN. I. t.cuit. K, BBOWH. B. K. bCNKBBSON CRANE. BROWN & CO., Forwarding and Commission MorolLants, SPECIAL RAILROAD AGENTS Give through receipts and make liberal cash ad vances on shipments of produce and tobacco Mew York. CRANK, BROWN t CO. Kvansville, Nov. 20th, 18ol. r . . . sao CRANE &. BROWN Forwarding & Cominission moronaiits. And Steamboat Agents, JiVANoVlLLlfi, 1JX1J. A rents for Kanawha Salt Company Liberal Cash advances made on Shipments of The ADs as (mi- t!iii an v . respectfully r an nounce to tl' - ..ic la and jm Irons, the publico! Kvansville au.i'.liuii, that, wslh increased faoitl. ties for the IruuaiHjriatija ot ; , PHKIOUT, I'AOKAHKH, 3 U W fc' ' AND VALUABLES, Thev solicit a con tin nance of former favors. 10a. peoial care taken iu the collection of Bills, Dra ts Motes, and the transportation of moult aud valuabl tarkAffM. All Dersons wishing; to avail themselves cf the fa et II ties of the Xxpresa, can obtain auy desired Ini or. mation In reference to the routes auu uitaiia oi to business, at their Office on First street, between Main aud Locust, opposite the Post uiin-e. dels Q. U. F1SU. Agent. 3EIAIEIF(D)3BI1D EL HARTFORD, CONN. INCORFO RAT ED 1810 C 11 A It T K 11 P K R. P K VP. V A L. With a Successful Business Eicperienoa of 37 f-t y 5T 3 sTX 3? m. Cash Capital ... Capital and Surplus,... ..$500,000.00 ...$890,986.81 Insurance aRainst Loss or Damage by Fire, on Dwellings, Furniture, Stores, Warehouses, Mer chandise, Mills, Manufactories, and other kinds of property, cau be effected in this Company upon as favorable terms as the nature of the risks aud secu rity to Policy holders will admit. PARTICULAR ATTENTION given to iusuriug Farm property, consisting of Dwellings, Barns, and outbuildings connected, and Furniture, Livestock, Hay, Grain, Farming Utensils, the., Ac, contained therin, for a term ot years at LOW rates of pre mium. OFFICERS : T. O. Allyn, Secretary. H. Huntington, Pres't. C. C. Lyman, Ass't Sec'y. W. N. Bowel's, Actuary. D. Alexander, Geueral Ageut for the Western and South Western States, Colanibus, Ohio. J. Graham, Ass't General Agent for the Western and South Western States, Columbus, Ohio. Applications for insurance may be wade to the nnderaiimed, the duly authorized Agents of the Company. A. C. HALLOO kl ft SON, Ag'ts. ss-Ofllceon First Street, opp. Prst Office. ang-23-lyd Office 112 and 114 Broadway. With a Cash Capital all paid la of ONE MILLION DOLLARS. ASSISTS JVLYU Tlie Homo ti8ut-aacj c'ompimy fDurts ainl Low or LauiHg by Kir oa Dwtstliugs mnd clieii contoats, f yr a term of tVotu 1 to 5 yt4rH on th inuttt favorable ttrms. aSurefl. Warelioaaetf, Stocks of N ere b&n dice, Prodnre, Iannf&t:toi'ira, Machine and all iuaurabl) property, at fir aud eqaitati rates and on INLAND NAVIGATION And Transportation, shipments upa the Sivers, Lakes, Canals and fcailroadu, as low as the nature of the risks will bear, with fairness to the assured and the Company. Adjutdng all losses fairly, and promptly paying them. ( UAH. J. MAHT1N. Pres't. A. F. WILMABTU. Vice Pres't. J. Milton Smith, Secretary. Joun MoUck, Ass't Sec'y. Applications made to and policiatt issued by A. C. H ALLOCS AcON, Afrt's, First Street, opp. Poet Office. ff.MLUHUTti 6 bbls, new croo, just received Mr by 8. K. GILisKRT CO. JfpXCteLHMOB SFJH7P.-3 bids excelsior -M J Syrup, the best iu the city, at Jau8 U. A COOK'S. mmOlnM 100 half aud whole barrels. W VM Plaatation aod Sugar H jane, for sale by jan 16 8. K. QILBKRT A CO. Lamps ! Lamps ! r J VOOU OCU Hi Oil. w LAMPS, as you can get tbein altered for a small price, wheu they will be just as good as any Ileal Oil Lamps that you can buy. t have on hand a frood supply of geuuiue - ' CUAL OIL, i KXTMJ BURNERS. LAMP VMMNEY8, COAL OIL WICKS. Also a good aaorttneut of Coil Oil Lamps. The above are for sale at luw prices, at - jau H. J. HCULAKPrKK'S Drugstore. ' miiM UALLoN. 20 bbls sugar house Molasses, just received and for sale at &u cents par gallon, at J" H. A. C00H.'. JTiCJiV Oil! COjnFSi7io bbls ex L tra Coal Oil, Just received at Jan8 H. A. COOK'S, 73 Main street.- IMRA1E CO. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "FIRM AS A ROCK. SIXTKESTH SEMI - ANNUAL STATES! ENT '" ' or THS - MtlJVJJYCIJll, VOJS'JDMTIOJV , '. OF THI Plicenix Insurance Company OF HARTFORD, CONN, OH THE FIRST DAY OP JANUARY, 1SG3. JI 88JBT 8. Cmth, $105,836 98. Cash on hand and in Bank.. .t 00,427 68 Cash in the hands of and due from Agents ............ 46,399 40 J105.826 98 J2sf J?f f, $1T,500 Beal Estate owned by the Company... 517.500 00 JLoaua, $45,340. Amount loaned oa Mort- caeee of Keal Estate 517,000 00 Amount loaneu ou pieuge of Bank Btocks 25,400 00 Amount loaned, otherwise secured 3,140 00 $45,640 00 Yte IVrA Sauk Stock; $104,030. Pab Vat,. MiB. TaL. 60 shares United States Trust Company's Stock, N. T... 85.000 $6,000 200 shares American Exchange Hank's stock, JN. u.iaaj xo.uuu 200 shares Metropolitan Bank titock, a. x - ai, i8,4oo 300 shares Uanufactnrers and Merchant!!' B'k 8 k, N.Y. 20X00 18,000 150 shares Continental Bank Stock. N. T 15,000 11,250 423 shares Mechanics' Bsi -:k Stock, N. Y. 10,700 9,630 500 share Fhenix Bank St'k, N. X 1U.UCU ,000 200 shares Merchants' Ex change B'k et'k N. Y 10,000 8,000 100 shares Merchants Bank Stock, N. Y 5,000 4,000 100 shares Ocean Bank St'k, N. Y... .,.,...... .. 6,000 3,760 - Hrtfr Bmmb Block; $lS5,6UO. 300 shares Fanners' St Me chanics B'k 8'k Hartford 30,000 33,758 209 shares ;City Bank Stock, Hartford 20.000 22,000 200 shares tua Bauk Stock, Hartford 20,000 20,000 203 shares Phoenix Bank tt'k, Hartford .". 20,000 19,200 200 shares Merchants' dk Man- olaotnrers' B'k 3'k H'fo'd 20.000 18,200 200 shares Mercantile Bask Stack, Hartford 20,000 17,000 l'o shares state Kan k Stock, Hartford 12,600 1 5,250 oo shares Hart lord B'k St'k, flartford . 6,000 . 6,500 SO shares Conn. Biver Bank Stock, Hartford...- 2,500 3,250 10 shares Hartford County - Bank Stock, Hartford 600 450 Wmttrburu, O., ttmmk M(fe,,$l.S90. 100 shares Citizens' Bank St'k Waterbury, Ct 10,000 10,500 38 shares Waterbury Bank Stock, Ct....... 1,900 2,090 JBtetUomou Honk Stacks, $15,850. 50 shares Niagara District B'k Stock: St. Catharines. C. W 5,000 5,150 25(1 shares Ontario Bank St'k, . Bowmausville.......... 10,000 10,700 Horn; $30,300. 20 New Britain Water Bonda.l0,0iX ' 11,000 10 Hartford City Bonds 10,000 10,500 20 Tennessee State Bonds 20.OCO 8,700 Mtscstlmniou, $ll,SOO. 100 shares Holyoke Water Power Company's St'k... 10,000 10,000 Chio Stale Stock of 1870 2,000 1,800 Itrtt, $3,?G4 75. Accumulated interest on Investments S2,7A4 75 TOTAL ASSETS f5Vl,7Ul 73 L.lJi BM LIT IE 8. The amount due and not due to Banks and other creditors of the Company None, Losses adjusted aud due Noue. Losses reported, unadjusted, iu susuense audwaitiug further proofs (20,961 Losses contested 9.200 Total or ajll Liabilities. 34,1G1. INSURANCE COMPANY, or HARTFORD, CONN. CJWH VJM'MTJIJL $400,000. Devoted tc Fire Insurance exclusively, and its aim will be, to secure a continuance of public con ndence, by a prompt and honorable adjustment of ait uur claims lor loss. S. T,. LOOM IS. President. H. Kellogq. Secretary. BRANCH OFFICE CINCINNATI. R. H. & H. M. MAGILL, Oenebal Agents. by INSURANCE may be effected with tl leading and popular corporation, at FAIE RATKS by application te any of its authorized Agents, in an principal cities and towns. J. W. NKXSKN, Aqent, MABBLM1 HJlVMi M UAL-MHJG, JV. 9 Mat Strtit, janno KVAN8VIILK, IND. MTJTTJ Fire Insurance Company, OF VANDEBBUBQU COUNTY. SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. Amount of property insured Deduct amount surrendered.... Deduct amount expired ..8758,200 ... .410.726 ... 317,180 327,905 Amount of policies outstanding $130,295 00 usd on nana as per btn report..., Z.Jfct vi CASH RECEIVED SINCE. On premiums... 1,154 10 72 00 4 00 -101 88 1,331 98 On Policies On assessments On interest. $3,696 05 DEDUCT PAYMENTS. Salaries of officers S462 50 Losses 726 00 Bonds 450 00 Printing 33 00 Dividends 409 74 -2,081 24 1,614 81 Value cf premium notes as per 6th annnal report J43.978 75 Value of premium received sines.: 10,023 76 $54,002 60 $270 11,317 91 -- 111,587 91 Deduct amount surrendered Deduct amount expired Present value of premium notes. .$12,414 69 ASSETS. ' Pretent value of premium notes..... $42,414 69 Jasa on baud 1,614 81 Furiiitme.. 150 City bonds. 863 31 Total Assets $54,894 21 Number of policies tut standing 315 Assessment made ou premium notes... None. Losses accrued not vet paid . None Attest : BEN STINSON, Sec'y. STATK OF INDIANA, I Vandor burgh county. J William Baker, Richard Raleigh, J. B. Ahlering and Henry V. Aliis being dnly sworn, say tcey are Directors of the Mutual Fire Inaurance Company, of Vanderburgh county, and the foregoing report is eon act and true to the best of their knowledge and belief. Seal. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 31at day of January, 18C2. Qbampee W. Harden, Notary Public. ' W. Bakes, - 1 . BlCHABL- UAJ.KIUH, ! J. B. AHLtainu, I , H. D. Ali.is. J feb3-lm v swwr jfwviJ uJtta. JLM A large stock of Bonnets of th latest styles, Chiids' , Uusea', and Ladies' Hats, just opened at ,: - v - : 6CHAPKJEB Bf SSIKS S, BUSINESS CARDS. OLD HOUSE UNDER A NEW NAME- ERNEST C. MINGST, jfjyfjfomjiis Mtta fbibjvbb jjvi B patrons that he has taken the TOBACCO ESTABLISHMENT, ' of Theodore Mingst A Co., ot the - ' JS5 Corner of Main and First StrecU,-)i And -will keep constantly on hand the choicest brands of Cigars, Smoking & Chewing Tobacco, &c, &c. He invites the attention of Smokers to his stock of Imported Cigars, the finest ever brought to thi city. BBMKMBBB THK OX.MM 8TJJVH. oct21 d3m . : . TOBACCO BOUGHT! m a. tjjwEB wovjkit JtitsruvT- Jr fully inform the Farmers and Tobacco growers in this vicinity that he is now in the mar ket for the purchase of 200.000 LBS. LEAF TOBACCO, Tor which he will pay the highest market price, aud hand over the cash on delivery. Tobacco Sold. J. G. SAUKB also manufactures, all kind of Chewing Tobacco, and will keep constantly -ou hand for sale the following brands : jaoixArTJiijyr bosk, MMCKHJl WAT, UJi r. f jpoirjvns. JliJMOJVU WWMBT. And warrants the same to be made of the best stock, and to give satisfaction. CIGARS. He continues to make Fine and Common Cigars, tu suit the tastes of every smoker. ALMS & UOWJES, corner or vine na water streets, are my agents for the purchase and sale ef Tobacco for me; or I can be found at my Mauu- factory on First street, below Division ; so DB1VK KISS IUUK XUtJACHJU IV declS-3m J. G. SAC Ell. a-OtT DRTOGIS AND GR0CEB, Corner of Carpenter and Clarke Streets, H P-Jtj& VI I. IU, US'. Medicines and Groceries at the lowest cash prices of the city. angia AMDBX B. OILBEBT ,....WU.I.IAI B. . Wholesale Grocers, Sycamore street, between Water and First, Evana- vule, Indiana. A lull assortment ot uiof-i ways on hand, and for sale at the lowest prices, J. II. MAGHEE & CO., Are now ready with a good stock of Boots and Shoes, for the Fall aud Winter trade, to sell entirely for cash: s At very low prices. We Uavs - Blue and Gray Satinetls, While aud Gray Blankets, Prints of all kinds, Canton Flannels, v Bed and White Flannels, Linseys, Brown Sheetings, Bleached Sheeting, Shawls, Undershirts, Anrf, ffnmt variatv of Neero Goods. We invite all to call and examine, as ws hold out great inducements to cash buyers, AOVEMBEB 12, lBOt CPfHTH'S r.&LLF.RY OPKNKD UNDKK THE STYLE OF ADAMS' GALLERY, Cobneb Main A Second sts., otkb Dbuobtobe. EvaNs ville, September 10, 1861. fKtli. THK VJVOKBttlUJVKO, Wm citiieus of Henderson, are acquainted with J. V. Adams, and can cheerfully recom mend him as an artist who takes great pride in his work, and is worthy the patronage of the citizens of Kvausville and surrounding cobo- try P. II. Hillyer, L. W. Powell, John II . Barret, J- E. Raukiu, Geo. M. Priest, , Thomas Soaper, V. It. BurbauU, James H. Clay, i David Hart, Kobt. T. Ola--, Arch'd Dxion, Win. HcClain. p. 8. Pictures cheap and mieqoalled. fVST MMiVKEVHIt .- , 2t cases Hats, loO oases Boots and Shoes, 30 cases Negro Shoes, .. . for sale cheap by J. H. MAGHEE A CO. novll - IHTH II! FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF HARTFORD, CONN. Cash Capital, - CASH ASSETS,.. - $300,000. 31 5,000 W. C. HASTINGS, Sec'y. A. F. HASTIHCIS, Prea't. , o Insures against loss and damage by Fire on Dwell ings and their contents. Manufactories, Mills, Storehouses, Stocks of Merchandise, at fair and reasonable rates of premium. Policies promptly issued and losses adjusted for Company by A. C. HALLOCE A SON, Agents, aay2 First St., opp. Post Office- SWORDS I SWORDS I mi' st niicmvMin a mt ok v. s. Otff Begulation gilt mounted Swords, a good ar ticle. Also, V. 8. UKt) ULJ TIOJV BKI. TSf V. 8. BKfiVITlOJV SJLHHBSf V. a.MBttOi.JTIOJV B tiff LB Si U.S. BKti UI TIOJV CJ f 8, 4V. 8. KKtl ULJl Tl O.V SlIOVLBBB 8TB J I'M, All kind of military caps, for lues and boys will be sold cheap.- Now ready all the latest styles of gentlemens', youths' and infanta' Lars and caps. Prices te suit the times. , . Also, all kinds of military andcaptrimminzs, at VATJTIEB A MABCONNIEB, . ocl8 39 Slain street. V A OJ' llJIJVIt J.'S'lt MBTMB - MINED TO SUCCEED! GEOBGE THOBN HILL takes Dlsasure In in forming his old customers that in the quality and style of his work, he flatters himself he cannot be excelled. He has removed to Bray's new building, Second street, bet. Main and Locust streets, where the choicest Harness and Saddles of ever; descrip tion can be obtained on the best of terms. tsr BeoairiDz done with neatness and dtspatcb Seoond-haud Harness always on hand. lei mmBUr WJSJtB'8 JIKT8Vt.l conld 0r w Le nicer or mere useful for a New Year's Gift thau a nice Coal Oil Lamp. A u other fresh lot just received at VICKF.RY BBOS., d CJX - Ko. 82 Main street. wm OW TO BAVK MUjyrM IV If you MM have a lard oil or burning fluid Lamp, you can have it altered to bnru coal oil at a moderate expensn, aa we have a few dozen extra coal oil burners fur that purpose; fetch your lamps along, tu VI0KEEY BBO.S., uocG No. 82 Main st. "m 'fj"ioJVOTBJPJI B.M reams as wU sorted, fancy colors an d new Btyles, just re ceiven. for sale by . K. GILBERT CO. janll No. 4 Sycamore at. 11 IO COKKB K too bags prime for sale by . K. UlLitlJCKT A CO.. WJS-WBI.OM'BB. 60,000, assorted, for Bale Mlt by 3. K. GILBEBT A CO., janll No. 4 Sycamore street. 1 1 Tl PZf BI-8UBLB Bl.nB WHIYM JLOl" BEANS, at H. A. COOK'S, . jau8 73 Uaia street. MISCELLANEOUS. r ft mm v fi tTk DB. HAAS, having leased the rooms formerly oc cupied by Dr. Hivett, in Dr. Bray's building, oppo site the rost umce, fcr a series of years, wouia re spectfully solicit the citizens of Evansville and the surrounding towns and country, to visit his rooms and see the specimens n exhibition, whether the; need the services 01 a lntist or not. Since the issuing of his lest circular and adver tisement, over a year 1 luce, several improvements and new inveutions have been made, ef which he has availed himself, and allows nothing that will subserve the interests of his patients, to pass un secured. 11 is facilities are better and establish ment larger, without doubt, than any other in our State, and equal teany in JEaetern cities. All those who need Dental operations performed, and are pleased with his work, shall be attended to with great pleasure. The ioi:owiug are tne styles 01 work manoiactnr d by him: Coutiunous Gum; Block or Carved York; Vulcanite Base; Coralite; Amber; Cheoplas 1 ; Gold and Silver work. -Nothing can excel the beauty and cleanliness of the continuous gum work. It is without a seam or crevice. Cheake that are sunken can be restored to nearly their original contour by this style of work, and also by the use of the Vulcanite, Coral ite, and Amber ifase. me latter styles, ior iignt nees and adaptation to difficult mouths, excel any- eels anything we have ever sees. Lie has several anapstnoncs tor alleviating pain when extracting teeth. They are perfectly harm less. The 111 out delicate can have them applied. He does not advertise anything he cannot do. aor exhibit anything not made by himself. Parents should consult the health and beauty (4 their children bv having the Dentist direct their second dentition, thereby producing symmetry and health to those invaluable organs. Irreeularity of children's teeth corrects suc cessfully. Those having decayed toeth, should ettnsr nave them extracted or filled at once (the latter if pos sible). The health of the parties and the remain ing tecta demand tms. mm-1 take pleasure! in introducing Dr. Haas, my successor to the old rcoms in Bray's building, hoping he will find them both pleasant and profit able. Frcra my intercourse with the Doctor, I am nleased to find him one of the progressing; possessing taste and high professional ability and standing. With this view, 1 can, with safety, recom mend him to tne community as a skiuiui ana corn- potent dentist. may&) J. KIvKTT m1 BBjEJV JfPM.H8.' barrels G-en WJT Apples, at H. A. COOK'S, jin8 7.1 Main fctreet. W MABH 4890BTMBJST OK TOM, WM. letSoapaat H. J. SOULA KPFFH'S Pacts for trie People. It is a fact nut to be disputed, that Roser Bros are now opening one of the best and cheapest stock ot Drv Goods in the city, com prising every thing fashionable in Ladies' Dress Goods, from the lowest price ot fcc per yard, up to tue highest, Shawls in great quantity and variety, Silk Dusters and Lace Mantles. Our stock of Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, Ac, Ac, is complete. Alo the latest stylos of Prints, Lawns, Organdies, Baraaea, Ging hams, &c. Bleached and Brown Muslins, Irish Linens, also Cottonades, Lineu Drills, all for men and boys wear. Ladies, Mioses, and Child runs Shoes, and a good many articles usually kept in our ine, all of which we warrant to sell as cheap as the heaoest. tUMKK rJHOfi. rC VBJVT8 JPBM L I. O.S' KO B Pj? pure Carbon Oil. Also a pur article of Cannel Coal wll. Couesmera can dopeud on get ting as low from us as the article can be bad ii town. VlCK.EB.x BROS., 82 Main st. nmBBWIjtJV 8-BIJK. J nut received Mi at Jan9 II. J. SCHLAKPFER'S Dreg te. cr. CTB, J at dec7 per lb. fr uice fresh dressed cbickeu V1CKKBY PROS., No. 82 Main st. B .MBit OH..L bbls extra No. 1 wiuter .JLA strained Lard Oil, just received, at JanS H. A. COOK'S. -rvBOB&M UjtJYi KI&II.VIW poutida tLff choice uew aud very fat Georgia Bank Cod fish, at H. A. COOK'S, - Jau 8 . 73 Main street -mWJlVMBBKM. IJ" H ITT It VIM 10 kit la Na.1 Mackerel; 10 do No. 2 do; 6 do mens do. At jan8 II. A. COOK'Si BCEltHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTEhS. KOM Liver Complaint, FeverA Ague, &c The successful introduction and use of this cele brated Bemedy has been the signal fora literal flood of componudH called " Bitters," offered in various forms, from a quart bottle to a live-gallon keg, un til this word 'Bitters" is but another name for " grog," or some villainous whisky mixture. But the really great relief derived from the min ute dose, one Uasooonful, of our medicine, Bcerhaye's Holland Bitters, and the entire dbtenct of after prostration, has tib lisbed for it a reputation which tho host of imita tions and counterfeits have failed to undermine this positively vegetable preparation, with barely suffi cient pure spirits to preserve it. But onesize of the genuine (Half-Pint Bottles), price On E Dollak. It is a medicine c long tried efficacy for PwifQ' ing the Blood, so essential for the fon ndalion of good health and for correcting disorders of the soBiacb and bowels. Two or three doees will convince the afflicted of its salutary eflects. The stomach will speedily regain Its strength, a healthy action of the liver, bowels, and kidneys will soon take place, and renewed health be the quick result. Kor AJYBIMK8TMOJY; Try Boerhave's Holland Bitters Bcerliave's Holland Bitters. If or- VI II IT 'V, Tru Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. Ko r tVJi TJH BUM 8 It, Try BoDrhave's Holland Bitters. Kor HKAIMIUE, Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. Kof LOBS OK tKKjBTITMi, Try Boerhave's Holland Bitters. For COSTMVttJYJiBS, Try Boerhave's Holland Bitters. Kor J MLB 8, Try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. In all Nervous, Bheumat.c, and Neuralgic Affec tions, it has in numerous instances proved highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure. Read Carefully ( The genuine, highly-concentrated Bcerhave's Hol land Bitters is put up in half-pint bottles only, and retailed at One Dollar per bottle. The grst de mand for this truly celebrated medicine has Induc ed many imitations, which thepublio should guard against purchasing. Beware of impotilion I See that our name it on the label of every bottle you buy. Benjamin Page, Jr., & Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS. PITTSBCBUH, PA. KELLER & WHITE, AOENTS, Evansville, Jnd. CHARLES BAB COCK, Importer and Dealer in Coach and Saddlery Hardware, MAIN STREKT, EVANSVILLE INDIANA . W IK VJJtJ CttjnKLB TBI D W f A MB. raugom-nis with European and Amerlcar manufacturers for a direct supply of all goods in m. line, I am enabled to offer inducements, that can not tall to be to the interest of alt engaged in the business to give me a trial. I name in part: axlos, springs made of the be steel, bauds, enameled and of all kinds of leather cloths, liuiugs for Mtrriagea, varnishes, castiugs ot all kinds, saddle trues, Euglish bridle leathers, bits, tirrapa, spurs, hamcs, hue silver hames of all kinds, Jenny Bind Oig Trees, self-adjusting aJa, Taylor's patent liaui-n, fly nets, shoe threads, borat blankets, Loudon Uiilli Webs, American Girth eat4 tteiu Webs, both cotton and worsted; Louduu Welt Mima, a superior article; ivory, gut La percha and Mass liued uiarteugnl lings; superior kerseys for horse covers, the beat quality of carriage Lolu, patent gig trees, 4c, &:. 1 keep in fact every thiug appertaining to elthet branch of the busiueas, aod understaadiug both branches thoroughly, we would respectfully iuvilr our attention before purchasing eiaewnere. 1 am also agent for Ward's Patent Spring Saddh, p-JO-dAw jf 1 1IOlJl SKMIBS. Uaviug a large stock mjf of pure ground spices on baud we are still aelling at the old price, notwithstanding the late advance for pure Spices. Be sure to call at jan2a VICKEBI"8, No. 82 Main street. rmiKLis fowiiBB, Js. A. . in lib ami 235 canisters 5 cases Jast receiT ed and for sale by 6. JL GILBiBI A CO, CSTY ADVERTISENENTS. . CORPORATION NOTICE. OttDEB FOB FLANK SIDE-WALK. Feb. 15th, 1861. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the city of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots fronting on or adjoining the east side of Market Street, from Bond to John Street, in said city, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought to the propr grade, and that they cause a sidewalk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publi cation of this order. P. BURKE. Clerk. Clerk's Office, Eeb. 20, 186& CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOB PLANK BID S-W ALE. Feb. 15th, 1862. And now it is herebv ordered and directed by the Common Council of the city of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts of lots fronting on or adjoining the east side of Har riett Street, from Ann to Sixth Street, in said City, cause a sidewalk of Class No. 2 to be laid down thereon within thirtv davs from the publication of this order. P. BUBKE Clerk. Clerk's Office, Feb. 20th, 18G2. CORPORATION NOTIC1S. ORDER FOB PLANE 8IDK-WALK. Fob. IS, 1862. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Conneil of the City ot Kvansville, tuat tne owners ot u lots or parts of lots irontijiK on or adjoining the east side of Har riett St., from Sixth to Franklin St., in said City, cause a side-walk of Class No. 2 to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of cms oraer. P. BUBKE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Feb. 20, 1862. CORPORATION-NOTICE. ORDER TO REPAIR BRICK FIDK-WALK. Feb. 15th. 1862. And now it is herebv ordered and directed by the Common Council of the city of Evansville, that the owners or all lota or part oi lots fronting on or adjoining the east side of Harrie' h treat, irom Franklin to seventn street, in said (Jitv, cause a sidewalk of Class No. 2, to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. r. cierx. City Clerk's Office, Feb. 20, 1861. . r&mOTMCB OK THB OKBJVIJY& mV V and laying out of Public Alleys. Agree ably to the Charter and Ordinances of the City notice is hereby given, that on tho 18th day of January, 1862, an order was passed by the Common Council of the City of Jtvansville. requiring an alley to be laid ont and opened in Block, nam ber eighty-one (No. 81) in the Town of Lamasco City, now city ot jEvansviiie, ana tnat a plot snowing the position, width, and length of said alley was appended to said order, and is now on file in this office. P. BUBKE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, January 30. 1862-6w MLB OK KIMB BJYa l'X 8 JUYI HOSE. The City of Evansville offers for sale two hand Fire Engines and a quantity of leather Hose. Application may be mails to either of the undersigned. WM. BAKE It, JanlowG JOHN A. HANET. mmo t m cm ok iMacoyrTMjvt7Mjyra ml W the Alley in Fiactional Block No. 17, East ern Enlargement. Agreeably to the Charter and Ordinances cf the City, notice is hereby given that on the 11th day of January, 13.2. an order was passed by the Common Council of the ity of Ev ansville, requiring the alley along the Eastern line of Fractional Block No. 17, in the Eastern Enlargement, and extending from Gum to Mul berry street, to be discontinued, and that a plot showing the position, width and length of said alley was appended to said order, and is now oa hie in this office. All of the owners cf real eitate adjoining said alley in said Block No. 17, having signified in writing theirronaeut to the discontinuance of said alley. '. BURKE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Jan. 18, 1861. CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDEB FOR PLANK BIDK-WALK. Dec. 21, 18C1. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lota or parts of lots fronting on or adjoining the north side of Second street, from Fulton Avenue to fifth Ave nue iu said City, cause a sidewalk of Class No. 2 to be laid down thereon within thirty days from the publication of this order. P. BUBKE, CI k. Clerk's Office, January 1. 1862. r CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR PLANE BIDK-WALK. Dec. 21, IStll. And bow it is hereby ordered and directed by the Crmmou Council of the Cily ot Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts ot lots fronting on or adjoining the west side of Filth Avenue, from a point opposite Swoud street to Front street in said city, cause a i'fe walk of class No. 2, to be laid down thereon wiihiu thirty days from the publication of this order. P. ISUKKE.CU.rk. Clerk's Office, January 1, 1862 " CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR PLANK SIDE-WALK. Dec. 21, 1861. Aud now it is hereby ordered aud directed by the Cqmon Council of the City of Evansville, that tue owners of all lots or parts of lots frou ting on or adjoining the Northeast side of Front stieet, from Fifth Avenue to Pearl street in said City, cause a sidewalk of Class No. 2 to be laid down thereon wihiu thirty days from the publication of this order. P. BUKKE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, January 1, 1862. "CORPORATION notice. ORDER FOR PLANK BIDS-WALK. Dec. 21, 1861. And now it is hereby ordered aud directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lots or parts ot lots fronting on or adoining the Northeast side of Front street, from Pearl to Sixth street In said City, cause a side-walk of Class No. 2 to be laid dewa tbereea within thirty days from the publica- tiuu ot this order. f. Buna., uiera Clerk's Office, January 1, 1862. CORPORATION NOTICE. CXDER FOR PLANK SIDE-WALK. Dec. 21. 1861. And now It la hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville. that the owners of all lots or parts of lots fronting on or adjoining the Northwest side of Cherry street, between Eighth and Ninth streets in said City, cause the side-walks tnereon to ne brought to the proper grade, and that they cause a side-walk of class No. 2 to be I id down thereon within thirty days from tne publication of this order. P. BUBKE, Clerk Clerk's Office, January 1, 1852. r'm OTlCMi OK THB O K E JY I JY i ml V and laving out of Public Alleys. Agreea bly to the Charter and Ordinances of the City, no tice is hereby given that on the 11th day of De cember, 1861, an order was passed by the Common Conneil of the City of Evanevllie, requiring alleys to te laid out ana openea in siocs numoer eigmy two INo. 82.1 in the Town of Bamasco City, now City of Evansville, and that a plot showing the position, width and length of said alleys was ap pendeJ to said order, and is now on file in this office.' P. BUBKE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Jan. 8, 1862. - 6w CORPORATION NOTICE. ORDER FOR PLANK BIDE-WALK. Dec. 21, 1861. And now it is hereby ordered and directed by the Common Council of the City of Evansville, that the owners of all lota or parts of lots fronting on or adjoining the west side of Third Avenue from Franklin street to Sixths treat, in said city, cause the side-walks thereon to be brought to the proper grade, ana tnat tney cause a siae-waia of Class No. 2 to be laid down t hereon within thirtv days from the publication ofthisordor, P. BUBKE. Clerk Clerk's Office. Jannary 1. 18h2. ml JYO. 1 COMJV BTJIBVH. For salo at U. J. aCHLAa FFEB'B - DOVH New Drug Btore 2T JI.nf8 I LjIMKS The fourth invoice Jt-M of lamps in thirty days received per steamer Lebanon, comprising a great variety of Styles, su perior to any yet received. Also, a supply cf the itosecrauz or "star earner" tnaaes, chimneys. wicks, s.c. M or sale at VICKEBT BBO'8, jan!4 No. 82 Main street. f llUIt H T. MHLMt H VTTBB, at vl aecia H. A. COOK'S. SIOJK.VM LOW by loxes Herman aud Palm, for sale 6.3J S. E. GILBBBT A CO. JjntXTBJ WHITE WHEAT KLO VB MZl 29 bbls lust received, and for sale at febll V1CIKBI BK03.. i mam oi. mf:iHILUBEJrt8 COMB Ta Ws Co dozen children's Indian Bubber long Combe just received, and for sale at 10 cts apiets, at 6CHAPKER A BUSSIN'OS, feU2 ' Main Street. rm0BJICCO JtJVM CMABB.A. Urje M stock kept always on band, from common to the very best S. E. (JILBEBT A CO., jeb3 Mo. 4 Sycamore street. -w mi JS HI J B-CI 1MB B 23 bbls. for sals W by febSJ S. K. QILBEBT A Ct). mmaiLB. 300 krgt, all sizes, bent, for sale mlM by feb3J 8. E. GILBEBT A CO. .ru'flP AJS'I M lb HE 8. 60 boxes as- Lv at, ' Bor ted, for sale by febS S. E. GILBEBT A CO. jnvBB ttBovjyri JM for sale very low, by 8KICE8.AU kinds . K. GILBHET A CO. feb3 9. rtHEAK COJVXBE. Otiio Bye, and Coffee Beans, said te be good nbitirates for Coffsa, Also, Hammsl't Essence of Coffee In tin cans. - For ale at . TICK Earn, fet6 Ko. S3 JkUia street.' MISCELLANEOUS. MBA? c u n Ii I DR. LET. ATID'S A1JTI-IIHEU11IATIC BAUD, a ana. unn akuws BEsieDY KOtt Rheumalisni, Gout k Nenrali' AND A CUBE FOB All Mercurial Diseases. - It is a conveniently arranged Band, containing medicated compound, to be worn around the wais without injury to th most delicate persona. n change In habits of living is required, aud it entire ly removes tne aisease irom the system, withoo producing the injurious effects arising from the use of powerful internal medicines which weaken and destroy the constitution, and give temporary reliot only. By this treatment, the medicinal properties contained in the Band, come in contact with the blood and reaches the disease, through the pors oi the akin, effecting in every instance a perfect care, and restores the parts afflicted to a healthy coaditiea. This Band is also a most powerful Ami- Mercurial agent, and will entirely relieve the y s tem from the pernicious effects of mercury. Mod erate oasea are enred In a few days, and we are con stantly receiving testimonials of its eff cacy in ag gravate cases or long standing. . raicBct.uo, to De naa oi aruggists generally, .i can be sent by mail or express, with mil dlref tii.ut forcse, to auy part of the country, direct from tut Principal Office, No. Q8 Broadway, Mew Vor, G. SMITH & Co., Sole Prop!?, N. B. Descriptive Circulars sent free. Agents wanted Everywhere. For sale la Evansville by Keller A White. . ' Bbbbwood House, Evansville, March ith, Dial, f Mr. W. P. Mane Dxas Sib : Enclosed find (2.00. I nod thai yonr Anti-Bbeuraatio Band has removed my Ehi'o mat ism. I am, respectfully, yours, L. A. Bvesi, ap.-lvdAw With J. S. Jaqnees A Co. iirWVlB 81' J B BVBJVEB." General jK Bosecranz patent Coal Oil Burners, porta ble, only requiring 2 inch chimnvi." famples may be seen at VICRK-RY BROa. 04M I 8VAP - - AjP 35 boxes extra Palm Soap; 10 do German . do; 10 do Fencv Bar do. Beceived this day by II. A. COOK, n8 - 73 Maiastieet. tfi BE J T -f TTBACTIOJS" at BCHJtK IliC KEBA BUSdINGVB. We have Jast receive! our second purchase of Winter Dry Goods, oomprising some of the be brands that the world can nroduce. A jrreat vari ety Of Dress Goods, Broad Cloths, Tweeds, Cassi meres, Ac. HCHAPBEIt A BUSSIMU. onv3o 49 Main St LVB JBAJYBIO pes extra quality Blue mixed Jeans just received and for sale sheas at SCHAPKEK t BCSSiaa'S, dec30 . No. i Main street. griOJIL ollMTcJllLiT8 For sale at janll VICKEBT BHO'S. gtHEJI UBOOJil 8A. good Broom for vLs lo cants and batter ones Shakers at 5 cents each, at - - VIOKERT BBO'8, - janU No. 61 Main street. O 8. 4LMOJYB8,& bbls soft shelled A.JV Almonds, at 11. A. COOK B. rWWB tJEJ UIJYti COCOJIJYB MAC JUL . Lnstrate, Almond, Cream, Circassian, Bears, Boas and Antique Hair Oils. or sale at H. J. tCULAEPFKB'S, JanlS Drug Btore. mZLOBMIia, LJt'EJYIEB, MOHtri, M- Orange and a good variety of Cologne Wa ters for sale at 11. J. SCilLAEPFEk'S, janlti Drug Store. "' jt7 jF HH O tj8H tit'MtfP. M barrau sugar hcuse Syrup, received this day, and sold . at 60 ceuts per gallon at H. A. COOii a. 73 Main street- "grmOMCB KICMLB8 IJV VJ.YMti.MM. A- 10 bbls extra Pickles, at Jang H. A. COOK'S. LOOK HEUE, EVERYE0D WB are new manufacturing Wells' Patent Fold Og Spring Bed, the best and most convenient now a use, ai It can be moved or bundled without aa rouble. Call and examine them. ntZS WymHMTB LEJIO 60 I'.er par fore saie by o. i. ui.c mi ' J- NEW DRUG STORE. The undersigned having purchased from N. S. Thompson his entires tock in trade, will eontinue the business at the old stand, corner of Main aud Socond Streets, where be will keep eonstantly oa 'jand a fresh and full supply of Drugs, Medlciaes, Paints, Oils, Dagnerrean Stock, and ail other arti cles con nected with the business. I am prepared to offer uu usual inducements to cash buyr. jnne24 HENEY J. BBLa.lCPFEB. 7HI IB B Jl JVM 8 BCJILB8 Mr hand a supply ci -We have - B We can also furnish TBACK BOALEi of any ea rity. These Scales are from the manufactory o T. FAIRBANKS et CO., St. Jobanburg, Ver mont. Bvery Scale is tested and sealed, and war ranted correct. For testimonials we rater to til thonsaads of persons using them. r- gjjagoojt CO., Agents, nevvt water street, avansviiie. THE GREAT VESTERH.- RUNS THE BLOCKADE Theodore's Esciiaiige, BILLIARD-. A N D RCTRESmiEIil1 SALOON ! Taa proprietor of the above establishment har. with renders to all his friends his ai ncara thank a for the favors they have bestowed noon him fur so many long years. At the same time he takes opportunity to inform the public that he has niad up nis piace oi business in new style, and tnat he baa taken care for the necessary accommodation ef uu visitors, i Aa usual, the Restaurant will be fumlahed with the most superior delicacies of the season. A free lunch, consisting of evervthiaz that the season can produce, will be set at 10 o'clock, svery lorenoon. There will be found at the Bar the finest and purest Wine and Liquors. Also, the best Beer and Ale to be bad. Together with this, too wiil find there the depot of MALTB I & WO-.B-B- N0WNED OYSTERS. Order will bt filled promptly, and to tbs satis faction cf mankind. . . - 0 -:""t. p S P " k I - fy eh ;f rf 777 H - tig kn .':iHb n ! vs