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1 , -j - .srsi 1 : . in. . 1.. VOLUME XIV. : ziai'kd-triiZf.'' "' A. RUSH S CON FECT 1 0 ETL Y - K'rwted tt Secend M.. ML - turnery I j t : b.ve Lad-! i-iav. at, i in ..0 .tloilo'n o'd m in hig i oi.v-i ' . . FIRST-CLASS BiKsRY, AM itiumitM to mi o d and urWtioui th.t who. . ev. r -nay give me an urder foi takes and Coi.fec. tloi.erea.t will fjrnltb tli ra iu S'ich a s-yle as would bo creditable at the TV bit Uouw " - - - A. RU-H. " rebUJCnV Sera-.nrt St eet, near Main. C.7 SCHHITT & STARK, '. Vhotxoain ud ftetail Doier l . French, English 6 American AP.ER HANGINGS. "h-.Jei and Fixtures, Curtain Goods, Gilt C.r .e, Curtain Pins and Parlor Mirrors. So. 3 and S First strwt, Erausvine, Indiana. tTomos Stoolo, (SCOCXSSOa TO STXELX HCNNXL,) Zd ST., BET. CHESTNUT & CHERRY, EVAHSVILLE. IKD1AMA. ASH, DOOKS, WINDOW BLINDS, - Hoards", Laths, Ac., of every do-jcriptiou constant ly on hand. Packing Boxes of nil kimin made to irder. . Sawing of every kind dene on tna shortest notice. '. . acrl8.lv NATIONAL H0TEL7"" Corner Mala and Fourth Sis., Iiouisville. Ky. T. A. HARROW PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. uov?l-tf ; PHILIP DECK KU, :: : ' ' (8ncc(wor to Decker A Kramer; '-' MANUFACTURER OF LARt) OIL. SOAP AKD CASD1.ES,' -AUo an extra article of " M ' l b-v.vw, ijvtj tjYH, x can mt.. Coalers in Rnsin, Soda, Aahe. At. Also PURE CATAWBA WIKE, - " vnrowi raising, in quantities to suit purchasers, . JSmim a(rf(i. fri tt Pteoad, JCVANSVILIiK, 1KD. sarTerms cash, or o djs .Hjrr ucotiitble In ank. 'jHn-ly JAMES T. WALKEK, JUSTICE O I 7 II E P hA CI GKXXSAt, C0LLECTIS3 AGSN r. Evanteille. ., ntiiaia. Omoe on Third streut, between Alain . W. Syn yir streets. , , - HUNNSLL'S (FOBM1CBLY or STEKLK HDNNELL.)"' Ploorins JXiilis, .' CORNER OT WALXCT STREET AND TIIE CANAL, K FA iVS VTL 1 F, I XT), nfltiltt JYH U BSTAaZISIIJBBJYT JBL is bow iu full operation, with new and ei'in. plots Machinery cf the latest style, for PUnius; aud trresnina; Lumber, Flanlag and GrooTing r'loorintc, making Doors and t-aah MonldisifH, Win-low Biinda, and every othar description of work done in snrh esta .IshnienU. All work at these. MlUa warrantod tv be well dune, and ill be ottered at the lowest caen trrii c. Dry foplar flooring and V eatherbnardii-g oen 1 staDtlr on band, and will 1 o)d tcr cash. . I Brackets and .Vroll mwd to any patternr - - r aiming ana ait Kinas oi aawirg done toiler, B'i in lae muni appruvvu bmms WM. RHNSKLI - " -- ' .- WBGLKBALa OSALBE IH , . - .'; GROCERIES & LIQUORS, So. Sis) West Klrtt street, - . apg-Vlr EVAN 8 VI LLK .-I KTr - GREAT BARGAINS l I J Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Hats, Gaps, &c. - ' 27333?1.1VIS CASH. JOHN J. ME RRITT, . 1 Successor to No. XO Ura3-t at., j9-r itrent indu emeui iu UK 1 A 1 1. ChmU rxitum -r in the -election Irom their Lar-e, Sew, an: KlegHtit tock of Fxliiouatle l-rj. 'jloJj, lio-ots Hhuu, tin nn.l 'h-s, - , AT VHOLESALE PRICES I LIN ENS;..; HUSIFRY U'illTK: GOODS, -tnd ..DOM ESTK Uf!eredAti3 per tt cs Ilian tiilnii!. i r; "tailed at in the city. i AU are invited to come and compare quality au pnee with any other house in tho citv. J. 8. JAyt'KSS CO., aptl-lyd-cl2t No. 10 First Btreet. johs law, m. b. AKTim,(Notarv Pub ic LAW & AKTHES, ATTOKMfilSATLAW, . SXliKBAL COLLKCTION ASB ESTATf. AQKNTS. office No. 87 Main street, opposite the Cou r House. Kvan.vil!e, Indiaio thv1--I .-i FttrjV, MM IUVS, P LUMHS, die. Jt. We have Just opened a larice otocx ol ttouu t . and Trimming Ribbons, French r'lowerd, Koses Plumes, Eushse,aad Millin.rv 0kH genera'Iy . SCHAPKiiB. a Btd-IXQ, i nov30 - 49 Mnin St OF TflilZinery Goo&& AT MBS. HASTINGS, Main Street, between First and Second. ' ft ajfji j car axvKtVBa .n t - ML prirg Stock of Milliuery Qjod-i, conaistins, '. of Booneis, Ribbons, Fancy O ods, A ., which were bought at very low flguree, and 111 be sold for cah ouly, at prices to suit the times. " - The attention of the ladies is called, to ibid stock, which is the largest and bat selected evr brought to this market. - I apr6-3md MBS. J. IlASTlMiS' TWM.YB. l.OWV by ...... . MM beat quality for sale low 8. K. GILPEKT COj . JTOCJl jvvrml cask, new tLy ceired aad tor aJ hr " croj)ljtjrf . . 8. E. QILBKTtT A TO . dec27 .1 Ko. 4 bycamore strtet.'- II JJfJjJt JPO UH tt. fur.iio by mhio I o. fc. uiluiui ' tu. , r ,SCHLAEPFER'S." wajsr r HJLtrtt .VsT, von JUt at Sohlaepfrw New I ug etorx ' BODA Ash an! Potash, fjr tale at' SthUepfer's Stw Drug Store. COSRAU'S Bug Poiacn ThJ bent bug destr or In the world. . tic s!e M U. J. JChlIl:r'8 K Urug btore. .... JudT receive!. Aro'hcr aupp'y of thegennlna Pernvtaa Syrup, at Sch'.a pf.r'a hew Drug Store. luarll- . ; Onlo Rye Coffee. . wfitmv mur. go it 9 ra kcs JSJx TON'S now tn get some of th t Justly coie - r arwl Ohio Bye Coffee, whicn has jtut arrived per t earner Leaoaster Ke. 4. - . AWe received per railroad, 63 bushel, of Indiana growth of Bye Coff -e, whloh gowi off like hot cakse at extremely low prioea fur cash, and ah only, at , ... .- . . v...-. eoTovs febi Feed Btore, Water stret " w,TL Lbavitt (Sotarv Hub I .) K. HoitMaocK LEAV1TT & HQRNBROOK, attorneys at jLatv aVAvSV.b4.si. 1ND. . Colleotion and Baal Katata Aou- Wiil attend eolleet eg belains' aud uuieiumsnt claims ot avery deierlptioa.' . v , Office ou Third Street, bet. Main sad Sycamore, . saa2 -fresh Eggs' 'or U ceu:a and t pou ds choice Done far quarter, at VIGKKhY BBUit, ! Ne.UMala g'.reei. KISCELLANLOUS. .1 Slight volar rrf cr gfcr-c &licjut;r -,-r:. mm lovuci, m 1.7ft.? t-c cneoceo, 'with- a-'-simrle "remedy. ' : ris-flicted, often terminates scrizztzZv. -F"c- ars awxre cf the importance cf. eioppin.? a cjuh. cr TLltvL i fclcL in it3 frst stage ; that vshiph in, ike btjirininrr viovZd yi-Jd 'to rn.Ha. retnedit, if rci aiietuLsd toi'cz attacks the lungs. ujersjirat introduced eleven years ago. It ha3 bsen proved that they are the best artioU htfors the puUia for L&tTLrrija., alaiLtfi., the Hacking Cough in ?cji&u.miilcuz, and numerous affections of the S7uLaati giving immediate relief. . . ', '. JRtiblic Speakers It Singers vjiu find them effectual for dearirg ana strengthening the voic: Sold, by all (Druggists and (Dealsre m jAedioine, at 5 cents per tor,' Sold in Evansville by KELLKE WHITE.' BCERHAVE'S . . .' HOLLAND BITTERS. roit liver ComplainC Fever & Ague, &c ibx snccesaial Introduction and nse of this celo. urawa ieromiy nas oeen the signal for a literal flood 01 compoends called Bitters," offered in variona iornie, irom a qtmrt bottle to a flve-gallon keit, un til thia word Bitters is but another name for oraomeTillainoua whuky mixture. But the really great relief derived from tlia ruin cte dose, one taaspoonfal, of our medicine, Bcerhave's Holland 1 Bitters, ead the entire ainenc af qfter prottratton, has eatab. linked for it a reputation which the host of lm!ta tiucaandcoutrerfeilaharefailer) to undermine this positively vegetable preparation, with barely suffi. cieDt pure spirits to preserve it. r , Eat aneeizecf the genuine (Half. Tint Bottloi), price One Dollar. ... It U a mediciueof long wle efHcacy for PwiA. incr the- Blood, so essentials far the foundation ol ROjd health and for correcting disorders of the stomach and bowels. ... .. ... Two or three doses will convince the afflicted of its salutary euects. ILe stomach will speedily regain Its strength, a h"althy action of the liver, bowels, nil 'kidneys 'will soon take place, anH renewed hetitttr hethe qnick result. ' ' ' r fVUiUri0.r, TYy Ban-have's Holland Bitters OT MtMHTitVUJV. try Bcerhave's Holland Bitters. ' - - - - M?or Ji CM It MT Try Bcorhave's Holland -Bitters. Boorhave's Holland Bitters. Bcerhave's Holland ' Bitters. 4-or LttSH Ol JF'ATT'. .Baerhave's Holland -Bitters. Bcarhave's Holland Bitters! - - Jhor Try Bcrrhavo's Holland Bitters. ; "'I tierVoaik BhcnmatiB jud-Simrtio Atiec tiou, it liM in numerous ii rfcjti'? .roved highly beuedctfl, aad iu other r'tu "eeidod cure. : ; ' Keail Caretvsiy t. . . . 1 fc gfnain, hicbiy:jii'.tirt"e. lia-rl,ave's Hoi. Un.l liittere is pui up in hnii pint bottle only, ami lei.iit i uuii. yoiur i r,.,ttie.. ne great oe. mand tor this rrnly c!etT-itt 'u.wUciue h.s Indue , e;i ciatiy imitaiioni, w i: ps;l!c hal I guard tgainxt purchniine' t -1 before at iinpotUionf zee'tluit tmf nana it on the . label of rrrry t,ofte pon ! ' i iienjaciia Page, Jr, & Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, rli i'sliOit-iU, -r.. - -i KELLER &'1 WHITE,- A J EA'TS. Evanseille, In J. GUSTAlTLTS hop" VS'iiou-a e lieitrr iu OVP," LETTKIi, MANILLA, WKAPPINa PA PERS Printers Cut Cards, Bonnet Eoards,' S'WI AND B'MiK PU MEl I.SK. , No StS 4 Jluln Sireet, tetween Kill ud7ih etrcefj, CiNllNNATl, IIIU. K ijhe-t pr.ee pud for ras. . J mh'20-l2rnwdlmw - Olaoico FRUIT TREES, Evergreens, Roses, &c, &c. ClLllVAIKIi .P KHH SALE Al'Iilifi COLUMBUS BATEHAM, HAKFORD & CO., V. Orders TBcuivnd by O. F. niluUuHTOM, sole Ageut ret3-du4m Sol d ier&Ciaims t BEN. STINSON AND "JOHN TENNIS, P-.VANfcVILLK, IM., Procure INVALID PENSIONS, B0T7XTV MOS KY, A UU KA KS VF PAT, land Harriots, and other Government prom ine?, for claimantri juuf.y ent tk'd. io charges uutil claiius are secured. Off cr. : Ou Third Street, near Main. fet'5-3mrl tJfli (inert K&GGrf&9 '' WHOLESALE AND EETAIL, V-.- '. . AT-." : SCHAPKER BUSSING'S, SO. 4'J.SlAIN .STjiKET. ye, : II J va '.V li J .Jb I K G B ww stock if rdnimedau-l uulrunuted Boone', Hats,.Flo-ers.. Rciuen, Biulioi, hti., Ac, and llavios; i-kiliful srliuwer eHzased for Ile Ron, we a ill trlin EoptHts aid iiitst short no. ties. . - : ; : , ,-seilAPii:a BU-tflliG, . ap2i. . Wnin street. J.VJ1 S 111 M. Ms 43 vouads Rood BiO Cone f r one doiitr at ira-rv Broe. 10 pounds good browu uiiirr f.ir cue doiliir.; . . 8 1 ourid4 white ' ' At Vickery Bros. WANTED TO EXHANOK. " r alrl Biiks " connterscais lor aplti'orm fcnlt. Ou of 00 to 1,j poumla diaujl t pttf-"ed. VICKKRT BB03. aprlO No. Main Hrr-et. m I K.lt.i kegs um.s , all sizeit, at George er w ro.ter io. s. Et.AilLKS3 BAGS. 4,050 Mamies fiv Fi ster d: Co.'. bogs, at Pv)TAT0KS. 3,H0t bi:skel (Ne-bauee and Pink CtilKT AND LI Jlri 60 Lb's freuh bydTBullo ' eaient : 10 bbls treiO n iin-e. ' GEO. FOSTER i CO., ,j,ar2s Co ner Locust and Cannl TOWNSHIP LIBRARY NOTICE rsrtiiB to a. t,mr imwrr JS will be trpt cont ntly open from this date, for th - i saof the cit'aen of Pid-on Townhip at th- Township Trustee's tifla (wl b.Ja. T. Walser) Third sir eel, near y oppoeiie the Court House, E am.vi.le, Sntrdavs and the onual h ilidays only eaceptei. ttJice hours from 9 A. f to 5 P. M. JOHN WAYMAN, sy23.d3w Town'hip Trnntee. MCH l Co bbls bet quulltv, fur sale oy . , tebij : K. uiutsKttt a v.u. SJ'SK tfH JUHi VjMM O f .Vti IV CHOP xi ,o Moi, sioe, ,rom he 8oih Jai t rei-eiv d and' tor a ile by the btml, half barrel, at retail, by WJ-t BiltLY A CO., 47 Ma!a St.- ' sr.;:: Ri Rater Advertising. i t,6JJ T5 I 00 1 l 35 175 ha. 75 1 IS 1E0 I 1 K) 90 1 Pay,. ; 1 00 1 60 X 75 SS5 7 3 5 i i Da?- f 1 2,- 1 0 S 60 S 15 i ?76 4 15 t Vatit. 1 90 r 2 10 2 801 S60I 4 t 4 90 t- I Sm, 25, i 00 75 4 60 6 25 : S : -"J 75 I 5 00 I 6 25 I 7 50 8 76 i 1 i 4 60 00 70 9 00I1O6O 00 6 00 t a 00 J 10 00 V oO 14 O T 0tt 8 TStlt 60 1 13 75 lb OH f IS 75 i Mo t, t 3 60 11 6 16 00 18 75 22 60 Wi 26 1 Ma': r 8 50 12 75 17 00 f 21 25 25 60 29 75 g Mo-t. IP 00 15 00 20-00 f 25 00 j 30 tut 85 0 ' ulo r. 13 00 19 60 ( 26 00 32 60 39 00 46 60 i, fo' 16 00 I 22 60 SO 00 1 S7 50 46 Ow 62 60 ... . ..Advertising In CbAVckljr. i J yae square, one iasertion . v. i ..,..4 00' ..o. ;i two . -u i ' irV ..." . three . " . ...-,, J.00; f qt each subsequent insertion, and far-'-x eacn insertion of each additioniir--J' square ... ....0 6 Advertisements published in both the Daily and the Weekly Jocbsal will few charged the fall Daily rates, with one- half the Weekly rat eg added, .' "; ;.- tiliv: ... Business notices publiahed in the - local Qolarpns, Will be charged for each insertion ten cents per line. ; ' 4: ' :.' Charges will be made for Inserting: the notices of the following Orders, Societies and Associations at the rates named, to be paid in advance. .... , . - -: : Military Companies,' Order of Odd Fel lows, Masonic Orders, BeneTolent Societies and Singing Societies - ? 1 ior each notice not exceeding 8 line 25 cents for each insertion; over eight lines at this rate. - . : .. Announcing deaths with funeral: notice attached, $1; without notice, free. fc Marriage notices 60 cents, (: ; .-' Notices of Festivals, Picnic3 aud Excur sions, gotten up by . individuals or associa tions, or by churches, at regular prices; Advertisements leaded and placed under the head of Special Notices, if ten lines, or over, will be charged double the usual rates.' " - ...; Advertisements making less than three lines, inserted once in the Daily, will be cnargea urty cents. early advertisers to pay Quarter! v. : Announcing candidates of every descrip tion to be charged at the -rate of $1 50 for each name in the Daily, and $2 in the Daily and Weekly, the same to be, in all cases, paid in advance. : EVANSVILLE JOURNAL CO. LAMPS! LAMPS! RSO Jl HJi JVOUf HViTLIKD V 7 with the celebrated Bosencranx Coal Oil Burners, requiring only a chimney from two to four Inches long, and no danger of exf lotion. Also, a nne assortment oi unandeiiers an i various other hanging lumps, soluble for public aud private hilie, churches, stores, Ao , Ac. Abo, a tceod as- fortmetif jt kitchea and parlor Lamp., all of which we propose to sell fully 25 per cent. low.r thau heretofore. ' , ' TO DEALERS. ' ' We wotild sy that we are prepared to duplicate bills of lamps bought iu Cincinnati or elrewhere. Weet our fouuts, pegs, cases, burners, c, JC. , direct 1rom the manufacturers in Connecticut and elsewhere, aud pot them op here; we are tt erefore enabled to warrant every lamp perlect, beside ,ving breakage, freight, Ac, Ac. . . . OLD LAMPS jan be altered to burn Coal Oil at until ezpeuse aud those who have broken lamps can have their burners put on new ones or now iOLts put to old marble cases, by leaving them at rub!7 MUKKiiY BBOS, No. 82 Mai at.. V neo-strangers ee crowds passing to and fro, They ank-what does all this hurrying mean I Whv they're going to that -popular store ' Of Scbapker Jc Busslug's lor new goods to see.' ' "Tuy are always the first of the season Te supply their customers with good-, streng and fine, .- And to buy. floods at prices in reason, li lo the store, on Main street, number forty- uin.' ', ' , It' our cus'omera will but notice this, We will give them a few items and a prico lint. Our Pr; wis at twelve and 'half cents can't be beat '1 he colors perfectly fast, and styles vry neat ; T'eXatuesaud Challies of aver) kind, Arall priiipj, to suit the moet tasty miuds, li.eacli'ii aad uubieach'd Muslins at twelve and haff, .... tTiio'd grumble at that would grumble at being hang'd. Alex nder Kid Glove, fer one doll sell, Uut Silk, ciaie Thread, and Cotton Gloves we keep as well. Our fUck of Hoosiery is new complete, W ith shoes that make the feet look ao very neat ; Iu short, to flud a Drv Oooda stock complete. Go to Sehapker A Bussing's, forty nine Main street STOVES, CASTINGS, AND , : tinware. tHOM.JK m- LJU yt JY It HKTJ GOOD CHANCE FOR BARGAINS Tuk undersigned have a large and complete an. Sf rtrueut of the above articles of the lte-t styles and jbe most durable quality, which they offer ou .the most leaaonable tft ins. , . 1 lie' manufacture ail kinds of COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, Grates. Hollow Ware, (fastings, and the beat of Ttiiware. : .... Ihe times are hard, aud we design to eell cheap in proportion. Every article is iusured to be of Ihe bet quality. ; Ki member the place on Main street, opposite the Court Ho use. jau2t BAIN K METER A CO. 2S HLOT77-eXc3.. HUVBHKUV TH I J fit tt MS B- S WaBE. The above reward will be pUd for such information as will lead to he detection aud conviction of the person or persons who have been guilty of sneaking into yard, and gardens in ihe nitrijt time, aud carrying eff Tose bunhes aud other shrubbery. - - . W. BAKEB. Mayor. j-.- -Ma Jorti fflcet EvansyilleiABrU. 23 ;bu lgSi Notice of Application for License- moTiCB 18 HJBUBBW tliVBJY y V that we will apply to the Bsard of County Cjmn.ia8ODers of Tanderbargh oonuty, their next term, comaiercicg on the first Monday in .lime. ISC2, for license io sell intoziraiiug liquors in a letsquautity thaa a quart, for the term of one year. . Our place of business is on Water street. Lot No. 4, Old Plau of tho City of Evansville. ap5-d3w H. SCHAFFKB dV BO.1 - XTttA ttUUMIt CVUBU UJ.11 tt. 3,600 extra sugar curei Hams, just received. BACON. 600 lbs Choice Lean 4M.-kfast Bacen, Just received. . ; BRIKD BEEF.' 1,090 lbs choice canvassed dried -Beef i 1.009 lbs uncanvassed do. Just received. SHOCLHtBS. 2 hhds extra engar eured Shoal. !era, just received. '. : . l ABBAiitC. 200 choice heads Cabbage. - , A -: PAKdNiPS. 15 bushels Choice Parsnips. . .1.600 aacks cboico fine table Salt, ' . .- & OO boxes extra fine tab s Salt. - - lOO reamv aoorted sises wrapping paper. - BKAK.t-750 sacks rich country Bran. . FAMILY FLOUB. 35 bbls ehoioe fatally Flour.. -fcOAST BTK AND BARLEY. 1,030 lbs prime roaUd Bje and Barley ,eady for use. . OSlONSy 20 bbls prima Onions, at mli3 ." . H. A. COOKS.., r. xjy ,BJrjr a stmj vjmjvmjm. b u cm- j Mr. .WHEAT FLOCB in any a.uantitiea to suit the trade, ireeb and good, at .. YiOiiEBX'S,.,, Jan28 . ..... . ': ., - C- SOtyJW kegs best Newcastte. Oct S. K. ILBEB,T A CO. aV.47eserfCzi nj.si99jfe-., dum. oor r K3 ghum Moiasaoi, far auperier to the last, just 1 teceiTsd and for sals at VICKEBT BBOS., ' ' . , No. 88 Main st.' ' eci 7 SVANSVILLE, fND. 31 ON DAY HORNING', MAY 91 1 1862. Twti' , ?if-w'eaa-ir i The following u the notice es we find it &UjJ -BuXUilWl'1 that print. Tjje'otr raiscreaat ia Btlll JAMES H. McN EKLT. i r. M. IIIAIIE. I ! JkO. H MoNKKLT, ti(i?i or tBi . EVANSVILLE JOURNAL COMPAKY. JoornallBnildings, Loeast &U, REUULATIOiS FOR 1S2.. . tJS5 All Advertisements amounting to $3 or less must invariably be paid in advance to secure attention. o All Job Work must be naid fdt 01ltJdeUver& Transient f- Work mnst be Ipre- paid. lr1 ::yr v: . CALENDAR FOR 1862. .11 mm n 2' 3 rlO 3 v 10 11 ! 1 7 1' 12 13 167 16 17' 18 19- It9: 20 ! b.20 21 22 23 24125 j26;2T 23J29 38 31 21 28 89 30131 .t; 2! .3 'eio 5 ,6k7 9 23 itia m 14-is is is 20 21 22 lluCI.Ml .ID 1.1 ir,i7 2oai '221 bi3;24 28 29 30 2 S 41.6 6 tt-7 1144 1.1 W17 304!W IHjlW '18 1 20 27 J4 28 CC' (.'1 Zi22. 25 i. 2 2b' l !!1t 71 8 138 ;29 I .3 t 9110 9 IS Hi til 14! 15 17 18 21 22 , 23 O 2:1 25 28 230 to 1 8 15 22 6 7 13:14 6 11112, 1M4 19l2o:21 20 21 2S:27!28 30j31 6 7 13114 27;28 29 I 4i "6 2 31 4! 10'U! 9 11:12 13 IS I7jl8 19 20i21 27 2 15l!l7 18 19 20 23:24 25126 1:21 1'2S 22'i'2i 43.26! 27 WI...1...1... 29'30:il ISS A rebel song was picked up at Isl and No." 10, of which this was the chorus: '' i ' "j ? Walt for the waron , ' "The dissolution wason, . The Scuth fs our wagon, - Awd we'll all Jak-a ride-'V "The dissolution wn?ou " is good.- One stanza opens as follows : "Our wagon's plenty large enough, . ! Our running gears are good," . A piece of Information which has. been largely corrpbprate4 of late at New Or leans, Yoiktown, and other-points. Par" There is at this moment a strong movement being made for the abolition of slavery in Delaware, 'Maryland, Missouri, Western Virginia, and Kentucky, by a'por lion of the citissna pf those State?, some of the most active and influential men engaged in it being themsefves large slaveholders. Col. Metcalf, of Kentucky, who Is the owner of abjut twenty slaves, in a speech be re cently delivered in Nicholas contity, Ky., said:-".'1 :' ,:-'.vM:'-:-r ; Fellow-Citizbss : Y"ou all know 'that nigger is the raw bead and bloody banes, the scare-crow tbat Is continually held ap to your view, a never-ceasing agitation. lou sausi stand sentinel ail night, you must stand sentinel all oay, with your tnus- Ket, over your darling black angel?, while they work In the field,, to keep somebody irom stealing them a.od you mast stand watch to keep- down insurrection eternal vigilance is the price ;oT nigger !: All this hue and cry is kept -up when tbet-e is not the slightest danger. . .. ' 'J ' f " Well, gentlemen, does not all tbia sug gest to your minds a gleam of. common sense ? - Does not the weary sentinel begin to ask himself, when wiil the relief come round ? Ah, me 1 when or how . shall 1 ever find time to enjoy myself with my lov. ed ones ? Where is . that bappin&s ' this sacred institution is to produce ?. When shall I rest? 'Now I see this never-ending clamor has at last beat it into my bead that I had. better take the value of these gems from Africa s burning sands aud invest in something tbat will not forever disturb my peace, use the mnsket on traitors and take the hoe to myself. - Nigger and cotton have produced this rebellion, and should be made to foot the bill. "There is a big nigger scare still on our Congress.' They shrink, afraid to take the bull by the horns ; it is not just that. loyal men should fight out the battles to save their country from the iniquity of traitors, and then pay the damages they have caused. China bad to foot to bill with England. Mexico bad to come up to the clerk's office and settle, and the Swiss, reb els bad to pay for all the. dishes they broke; ana twenty-live dollars jper neaa on nig gers, and two cents on cotton, will soon pay for educating the southern micdj . -, , .' JSyTwo ; lawyers in" Lowell,' returning from Court the otherday, one said to the other: "I've a notion to join the Rev. Mr. s Church : been debating on the sub. jecfor8omeUme. Wbat do ftu Jjfynft cf : Because.-" it" would do "you no i possible good, while it would be a very great injury to the church, . Boston Courier i- Cspt. XV. W. Harris Boqnctl Bloodhoandt. From the Nashville.Tenn., Cuion. j We stated in yestefday'a issue that Cap't.' Brown T6r Louisiana, brother-in-law of Got. Isham G. Harris, was captured by General Dumont in the fight at ; Lebanon. In this we were mistaken. Ue was not captured but slain; his -horse, pistols and negro were captured,.'. But Capt. W. II. Harria,ris Tennessee regiment of cavalry , was captured, and is 'now a prisoner. We understand that he is a great favorite' witb many of the disloval ladies of Nashville, and that .they mte greatly incensed because they have noM been permittea to lionise iu , . tror hia uathwav with roses:' that . ' .j nanoi rinm.i.1 h ihev are ouiraeeu ium. utus... i does not give bim ihe freedom of the city, to visit his friends unrestrained, taking his "word tbat'.ba will return,' when , required. That be ia a capital object; of admiration there is no doubt, but why . we have been uuable to guess, unless indeed .it' may be hersiusa he is the wretch who, in the Nash ville Daily Gazette of Dec. 1, 1861, adver- bloodhounds, lo hunt down o , r m the toyaIittBens of Tennefaee, for no crime but love Of country. . . ; t. ,. - TCTICB-"tSTlU(fBmSAir,-j.i.;.;--. We, Ihe nBder8firned,"will pay .Fit dol lars per pair for fifty -pairs of swell bred Hound, and Fifty .Dollars ior one pair of thorough-bred Blood Hounds that wUl Uk the track "of a '.'.manl The porpoaea for -which these dogs are wasted U to chase- the lolernal cowardly bashwaekerg of e adraatage 9f,the bush , t kill and cripvay exee?tbuodayrat. uT. " - pie raahy good soldiers V to .tbeir dena and capture them.- The said' Hounds mast be delivered' at Capfc BanoerV Lirery Stable by the lotb of Peceraber nert, where a mas tering officer will be :precent: to masteH muii macvi iucu, r, , er;c:;a;t;-.!. . ) dii.i r YT.-B. HARRIS. P V'fofcrt, Campbell bounty, Tennl, ' H-- ! " ; -Ana now we insist that. some gay aweet damsel who maker ugly months at Union officers aad-iingults " decent Union soldiers while attending to.th8ic:da.tiea.;fif bd a biff 1 boq.aet,far Ibis Eroom of bloodhound " Let -3 "Fher'carry'a'ntier of bloodbianc; poppies an her arms in order to tnalce the presentation a. of dandelines, poppies and ' johnny-jamp. ops, more imposing. i HEW A tVFRTISEW E PITS. li! 1 WMrE.HALLOCK, 7? DRUGGIST and APOTHECARY llfll .v-i.-.---;i e:.i i ' So. lO FIRST STREET, f j Opposite the Post Office, Has jiat received direct from the' Kaat a. full as .. . - .eortment of Pure. , ; Drags, Medicines & Chemicals, rerfumery, Brushes, Combs, Soaps,?.. 3 toilet articles; 'l':.f. ! 1 FIAVOEIITQ EXTEACTS, fcELECTfD rXPBESSLT Wor jFamilii Use. ALSO, THE" , Popular. Patent Medicines. To tact, everything that a retail' Fanllv Druar tore oneht t . keep; eaa be found at No. lo. Fir.t ot.. oppoite ine rest Offloe, EvansviUs, Indiana. aprtu - - i ... Hew AdmMstration ! Jff fVIHlM TO BB BVBBBB JL down. Shaved. Hair Cat. Chantrjooad. all dona up In the moet approved, fashionable, a la mod style, finished oft with a warm or sold bath, ko to . JiarDie lian uarDcr Saloon I The node rsluued has taken it oa alone- Uuw and h-a re-paioud the bath tuba, and iw-fitted the whole establi.hment ; and we are ouufideot tbat th close attention, KEATNE3S.: aud our lonir experience in the business, we -shall give entire MiniKtiiiB io aifinac pairontxs ns. J., Jtisvadiss: UUtsset? Mid i Children's. executea in. me latest style. - i X - maya-2wd JKNKIK3 ft N0BBI8. WJVTltMBtiTMJYtt Jf TiCB. It B JL - CLINK IN GBOCEBIES. I - Havinfir purchased, iu Iwrson. e larsre stock at staple abd fancy groceries," for CASH, such aa su gar, ooflee, utelBMSes, brooms--Shmker and ether good brands star coal oil aad tallow candles, va rious brand, of soap, a -iarce and varied assort. meat of braths. each s - whitewash, sonh. ihn. ouster, tootn, and aonte nrtube. essence) of coffee, roa-tud and greeo rye, black and green tea, ..tube. oueiteca, nue market baskets, hemp, twine can. die -wicki eorton mops. Mason's blacking,' Ae. maoy of the above artieea, with ethers too nitmer: oLs.to mention, we offer at a great redaction . lorinev prioes,-. vail ana see, at . . . aprtO, j. ,. . ., TICKEBT'B, " No. 82 MaiirstveeC' ' " Viclceryr, Mr os?' EM MJrnKLlmjV ., CO PFBB Becom.. -AL mended by physicians Tor its medicinal qnal- it.ee, ana s jprior a oenrerage to anv otrter sub. stituie far coffee. .Call and try it at Vickery Bros. KOTAL' LAMP CHrMNIYS The best chim ney ever offered in this m trket. Call and as them at Vickery Brcs : ;'t FLOUB Extra family fljur, the Iet brand,, I in sicks or oar- is, at vickery Bros., Ko E2 Slain street.; ;. rs i, i j ; HAMS If you want a nice bacon ham, not too Bail, you can get ft cheap at VIciery Bros. . . . SUGARS Brown and coffee sugars, at astonish ing low lates for the times, at Vickery Bros., Ko. 82 Main itr et. . QCICK TEA3T, or -Baking Powder Bishop ricks, Durkees, Andrews, and. other good brands of Baking Powder, at ' . - -,. . r '..: - .VTCKIBTBBOS:." may IS r . .N- 82 Main Strait Hiram: NrtsoN.- Jo "F. KcKirsoiiia.-. AUCTION & COMMISSION STJf J1TBM.BOM' It .. CVi nOUM.D XjyT' mSlm form the public that they will attend to selling on commission at suoiion, or private sale, any and all kinds of merchand ee. Particular at-' tent ion given to selling real estate. We will at., tend to eeUrnfj-jiorse mnlet, wagoni, carriages. and other vehicles. Particular attention given to' eeiliag household foruitnre, both old and second band, and we will attend to selling at auction sale in- any part or ine city or co my. r .H.aelson will pay particular attention to collect. ing debts or claims, will act as agent for - renting hou.es and collecting rents, and any and all bust-. cess eotrurt-d to us. OrBceon Main street, opposife Ceart Housa. one djor from Cresceot City Bank, Kvansrille. nsayift 11. fiKLSUH a CO. REMEMBER THE DEAD. . Helmerich & Back, ft-iawftMiei - nx&xiiV, WorfiniientB,' maBXles; Bareau 'Lops (marble), an4 In short every thiog in tbeir tine, with promptness and warrant their ;work to give satisfaction. Thy especially desire those wishing tombstones to call and examine their style, of work and prices before purchasing e.sewhere. . - . . TardsodCOcs on First street, bet. S; Canute aDdVine.-- : r'j ,: - - ' 1 : maylp-emusd . - TO:.. -rr Xtnmvw B swill ,: wb IV invito their' attention to our well selected . stock of t-. .:;:::' ' ' : :-.-''i . r: HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. ainnds a. S. ' Graau Grain, and Briar Scythes, Straw and Hay Kuivei. Cradles, 2, 3 and 4 prong f..vlc. swtha atones. Shovels. StadeS, Hoes. Bakee a t . Trace and Loar Chains, Broahee, Curry i Com OS, nails, uu a w.pw. mwoi .".du. wi .. .. , . , . . . r - S B E L F 0 A R D W A B E, ,: -: .v. .ilor M to CASH buyers at JL9v f 9 iut,(JefV& . M M . m wannrt etrm a tro enir jauua DiaAun k ouiii j . apt f Bsain oi.( oeiuw niBuitgiQn ubbjw. VaAieUV BUtUMH.liK Oneaus aad JL Cuba Sagars just received and. fr sale at at small advance on cost, at VICKERY BBO'S.' - jscMJ No. 82 Main street ftflBJa. Imperial, Young Hyson, Gauuow- .j ML der and Oolong Teas, at from 45c. to SI 00 per r . ... tT.tw VDY nkAA - - - I , . . ... - No. 82 Main St. Slvf csw Beef Tongues, at - ' dscCS , i, . VIC4ERY.BB0aMarn St. ill ! JfEWLADVERTISERfENTS. ArciFal; md Departure of (The tin hare set down is adjaeled ta eeiWraW kovrt. 'On the Bir&r thara is varimHAa iMantina. Meireanutanoea. . - , i Ii.r.O"i i: TIM K- OF CLOSI NO. ' Bilrod Hail Viiioronas, Terre Haote, - ' n ' Prinoeton. -Washington, Petersburgh. - tt '; Sullivan. Carlisle. BockviUe. Indianaoo. ast 6 lisi jQlttcinnatl. . AxiuisvUJs, St. Louis,' 'trmttnUn-i 'Atnil riwerlu avarm ..Tniwilav.' Thursday r and Saturday at -r- 6P. a. Cuiro Hail river) every Monday 1 and -o Ttaarsdsa' wt ' - ----- - i . ,.lr.a And every Tneadav and &atnrdar at 11 I. Ijgrw rfiesr, fffait fea-Jowling Wreen and way iojnM.,-i jjiscoatiBsed oa account ol MV Vernon, . Matt (Tan i ) . every Tuesday , - Thursday, and Saturday at a. st. Sett Harmon f Mail ever Monday, Wed nesday, and Triday at . , 7Ja-"-' Nest Harmony, Stewartsvl?, Poaeyvif'e. , vyntnia, and OwenavUle letters) some - and go daily.) - J . x SoesjHw Afaii .aad) every Jonday Wed- nesday, and Fiiday at b..n. Fetsrsswryk Mail (way) every Friday at (Peterabnrxh letters. Ac coma and ro ' bv BaiirMd -im.lT.t Gynikiana Mail every Wedneeday at, 7 r. si. (Leaves at 6 a. m. Thursdav morning.) Bielurp iheata MrnU every Saturday at 1 e. u . TlUK OW DKLIVKKIMO. HAUrooAt Mail, every day except Soaday at r. Jaaii (river) every ' Tuesday, Thnrsdv. and fiatnrd&v h a M Cain Mail (river) every Tuesday aad Jrl day by . -. r - a sc And every Monday and Thursday at. ' t-.-.- Graraj Mail. Discontinued ou account of the Bebellion. Ut. Vernon Mail Uand) every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday by Sr.. FewHermunp Mail, every Tuesday, Thurs- . day, and Saturday by 4 r. M. SKKArport man Hand) every Sunday at 2. r. ., and: Wednesday and Friday at 7 A. M. (Arrives the evening before, after offloa - ;- hours.) - - Pettnimrgh Mail (way) every Friday by at. Oyntkiane. Mail every rriday at 7 a. M. (Arrives the evening: before, after office hoars.) "so?r6." r. On week days. Delivery closes from a so aM.:ahd from 63tfto- P. M. on week days during "the closinir an d opening; of the Ballroad maif. Office epun from 2 to 3 p. w.on tee (Sabbath. JAME8S. M.iittLT. P. M Kvansville. Ind.. May 6. 182. - 7: , , JUST-.RECEIVED. ... vum jp LIFE QF .WASHINGTON, . " - nvi vntnwis r v nv, r' Boyal Octavo Edition, la clear type, oa foe paper' Handsomely IUiistrated 1 1 ' ( ' AND ELEGANTLY B0CNI.:-3 'lo la Cb th. Half Calf Antique, and in full T urk.y Horooco, at ''...-.:..- JOHN HEALT'S, -"-." ' Corner Main and First 8ts. Mrs. ELISE SPIEGELBEEG, , FASHIONABL ;;J Cloak, Mantilla, and Dress Making. , , . EMBBOIDEBINQsnd PINKING . ; . . . Sous to order, at 13" First" Street, 1st.'' Main and Locust, EVANSTlLL-g. IND.'; ' ' ' " : : For Sale or Rent. 1 ; rjplVO BTOf B BOU8BB, OJV.VJIJY M. Street, for sale Or rent, cheap. Enquire of . :,; CAtJPEB MABS3ALL. api-8-lmd - ' . . 4 diod lor best article of cowl VIOKEBY BBOt ., . . SSMaiuet. oec7 taOi" VtltJVa store and for sale by Mil; i . ; , ... , . H.a. UOOK. : ' " ' ' ' . r"" '"" ' " " MSB BlmtJTMB TB -Al"I, i lot ef heavy Horee Blanxets and Covers lust re- Ofl-el at KCHAPKER A BUSdIKG'rt, , decttn : :-'? No-dftMalu stree . TKfMATsTA- BULK JUri JtlBBH mw Pork. Lard. Tallow. Bacon. Whea . Corn. laaf -aj,, nay, riour, - Airted - Apples, lined Peaches... Jeath-rs,, Ksgs, .Geenang, Beeswax, BeanS, Potatoes, Dry or Green Hides, or any ether preouce in excuaoge ror urocerlea. jan ( 1 GEO. FOSTEB A CO. BOOTS AND SHOES. - fWIHB VIJTBBr LOT OB JUMBtBB, " ..Ml. Misses', and Children.' Gaiters, Beota, Hal. snoral Boots, fclipners, Ac, of the latest style, jost wn...;w.m.l)l Hi. HU.m.T.rj (flW. " Also, a superfine article of . French , Calf and Glove Bid, fur gents' boots and gaiters, made by the finest workmen. ; i. , r . Ladies wishing smethiesr neat and dnrab'a for them.tA.vea aad. lamilies, will aave money y call, iugon . .. JOHN BASCH, : i:...: ; - -. Ho. a t-econd Street. - MIl4XiIIfl-I3Ia.Xi AT SCHAPKER & BuSSIKGS, :-:--d L ..- NO. 49 MAIN' STREET.'' VEMpX -IMB JVOW ' BBCBIVIJS 0 WW larg stock of Bonnets, Bunhes, Americjn aad ' FreaeU Flowers,- Ribbons, Children' and Misses' Hats, Ac - !; ', .- ... . Havlne such a tact ' for bavins; cheap, we will leave-nothing undone to merit a continuance of the reputation selling very cheap." ; apS ' u- -i 'CALDWELL'S." i v, 1 MJBBBJ, I MM JOB CMJVCUVjrJl TI M Corned Beef, just rewired at Partner Cld well' b'o. 9 First street. -. PEACHES. 5 doc cans fresh Peaches Jost re ceived at No. 9 First street. : LABD. 2nO tbs etrained Lard just received at Partner fJeidwell s. - , , . : ' 3 doz! Cotton Bope Ju, recti red at No. 9 First streets i r.i. HtOSI COFFEE 600 lbs Ho osier Coffee, S. 1 article, roasted all ready for use. . ,r . PARTNER CALDWELL, : . Tryg j - ' No. 9 First street. WTM Ohio Bys, at H.A.COOK'S. i BOAST Sya and Barley. -50r) Donnds roasted rye. ! ' SCO - - barley, at H. A. Cook's. -SEED POTATOES. Prime Pink Eye and Ne hanock potstoes, at 20 cents per bushel, at H. A. cook's. :;-' " ". .... .... . ., it ..-- SWEET POTATO PLANTS. 100.000,06a eholco swset potato plan's, on hand and lo arrive, and for sale cheap in lots to suit at U. A. Cook's.: . . ORANGK8. 35 boxes, ehoioe. Just received at H.A.Cook's.,; ii ;,.! ..... LEMONS.-10 boxes, just received aad for talo at H.-A. Cook's. i . .. . . i . CORN. and OATS. 50 bushels ear ooral ' ' ' 75 bushels oats. F r sale at H. A. Cook's. I SMOKED HALIBCT. 100 lbs seoted smoked ha ibot. aH, A.'Cook'a. O j 'CHOICE TAMILT FLOOR. I f. ino ateks aas rted brands extra Deer, 40 half sacks assorted brands extra Soar, J:t Fir sale at H. A. Cook 'a. , , n CHEESH. 48 bxs prime rle eld cheasa, : e ... 10 ." . : new oheese, Just reeolv- d;si T." Av Cook's.' ' " ' t ' , j .. COOOAjNDTS. 1,096 fresh eecew as tsi received this day, at H. A. Cook's; , j (.. :i j .1 "' STEARINS LABD.-o09 pounds prime leaf stearin lard, H. A. O ossV ; COBN MEAL. 123 bashela 'rseh ground com ealiat - .. , - A. COOK'S. 'meal s' aa iv ffi p - - - J a a a sin mUST MBCBIVBB' B1T41. MLB a m0 HA BBS. at the St. Charles Saloon, on First street between Main and Locust; 0 bb;s ef Har ris' Celebrated Dayton Ohio AW who ha, been sp pointed the sole exeat for the aalei of aaidj liquors. sola caenp nr oasa. L . . i, . Ll &U'.xno-ma NUMBER 198. OISCELLANEOUS the J; W- WEXSEN, jST 23 H. j. X wmm ...mm ,. .OFFICE: N GARBLE HA.c. KVA3SV1LLK, iXD., W9-PM ti flMKU TO TJHjh f1 -'.' - ausca ana issue Policisa In aeveral nf th. ri,.. saosl reliable tosoranee Cimpsniee of J.. States. " BTORKS. STOHKN. nwi'LI IKca S??!8 MILLS AMD MAS PrACTOHIES, Insured a- the most favorable rates. MA KINK AND I!t.AM JAVI&ATIOH Risks taken on FLAT-B0A1M . BAEa3,ETalAMBOATS and their CARGoK.S. -Also, appUcatkina received for LIF IMSl Combiziefi .Capital Represent : ed, over $5,000,000, W-Office. Marble Ball Buid ng, no. w laln. V . Cfh. T 1" ' a ,w-,'' v' . i a I f I . J -' a5HTyA'J,sT,ise2. Losses Paid,; Upward cf 014,000,000. e great prtblfeserrtoe, promptness and rella bnity of this well-tried and sterling Oompnsy, re. oemntendit to preference with tao.ie needius: lu euranee. . Mr-Insurance solicited and Pnllcie. Issiial Dv . - J. W. NEXEN, Agmt, - fcfca "'.Marble Hail Building. No 0 Main st. IN TIMS S I --AGAINST TUP lTItJCC ni? f A T 1 I A AAAWi'trJX lllbj ' J L 17 flLI -B V. - PRIME A" NO. I ISSUKASClfi EII(EiIX m. COU' Y OF HARTFORD, CONN. The Fruite of" the Pncanix ""'Are manifest in the follow Irs- statement r 1 FACTS AND FIGURES ! Showtnc the amount eaaalfzed to rrtlblla tMkn.fl t In the snap af losses paid i the West and South, during tho past foni yearei a line of valaaMe ser. Vice, honorable as well as commendable, and wt,i,-i should suggest ' To every man who desires to bestow his tusurane, " ' patronage upon a i WKU TRIED CORPORATION. 40,277 45.-. ...........OHIO.... S40.S77 4C 27,Bt2 94 . 60,174 fVi . 32,670 l 34.220 IS 19,823 3 . 8, hi.) lw 1,1b7(0 27,622 94.. 69,174 58 , INDIANA...h- .. ILLINOIS .. , MICHIGAN ...WlfiCONSIN... awlO A eeasMeea MINNESOTA aNEB BA8KA. 82,670 08., S4.220 ia... 19,323 34, 8,653 10 1.187 0f) 9,765 OO. ...S&RSAH . d tm or .i.aArioAO.sMwwsi M,H8.. .ETUCKT ... 34,054 43,051 SO TK N K JCHSEE ': s.u it- W,ea M..,....MI8SISSirPI..,. 20,S32 5 - 27,698 S8..;..,..MIS50CBI.....M 27 s S3.839 & -ABKANSAS.,.... 22,SH: 43 TEXAS . 3.B61 665 65 ALABAMA. .. 666 66 .. in (As equitable: eMfnunm, uu prompt Cath re eponte to lotto, the PHO.N1X ttandt pre-emiumult like head aj itt prefeeeions ttkJt itt ecCemies, proo. oloal, and Urtt-dutt bnsinet tutfem of local agtncire, it net tMemlled bp any eimUar corporation In the world. Insuranciee solicited, and poiiciea issued aud re sewed In this leading; Corporation, at lair rate by . J. W. KKXSKA, Resident , Orlrict: Marble Hall Roildin, Main T10TTOJV BJTTIJV&WO bales for Ml W.S by .,- . n S. K. GILBERT A C., - cell ; -' ' - ' ' ' '' No. 4 Sycamare street jfmM90Jmai tiUOOjaai-S. select lot of MB "Union Village," Shaker and other Broojii from IS to 20a. VICKEKV Blt( jBB0 BW-B.6Q AS quantity by bushels lor sale in any 5. JC. GILBA'BT A CO, Janll Attachment Notice. H HIT JV J T- WWyt ty-BBMB Ma WW-. -1 TACUMENT wai issued o it of mv . tH. e on the 12tb day of April, 1884, in f vor of ."aiuuel w. Gilbert and William R. Bnker, sgaiosi D.n-el Fowler, and it appeariug by affiJavit iht s 11 de fendant is a non.resldent of the S at of Indi.t. a aad that service could not be bad by summons, said defendant ia bereby notified that th Oearlvg of said rause will take place at my ttle in Pigeon Township, Vender bo rg couotr, Indinna, on ibe 16th day cf Maj, lg62, at Blue o'clock in tiie tore, aeon. G. W. McBhliiS, Jostire. bsal. - ap2o--3 Thomas E. Gasvin. ' . Janes Usui. - WAR CLAIM AGENCY, Attorneys at Law & Real Estate - ---f-ciak.eroxx'tjsi- Offlce on ThiriTStreet, EVANSVILLE. INDIANA. ' Have peculiar facilities in Washington, and will give prompt attention to the procuring of Pen. sions,' Back Pay, and Bounties, and the proseou tion of claims against the Government: mi.l 'J s FBESH GARDEN SEEDS. rwvtB avuavBuBM ran ff.t" ii'Ef.HtRWoSu &r4 6f ifj-Sl s-rlofo-rT: Rhubarb, such as be haa been supplying h Is custa. mars with at his stall in market tue last two years. One year old Catawba Grape Vinos, Arborviim from two to five feet bigb.OaObage. ewe- et Potato Plants, Sc., at bis stall io thenpiier Market House en market mornings: and at his Garden on the Kswburgb road. Orders left et L. Mini's sto e oa Main street, aojolnlng Washington Hotel, will be prompt Iv attended to., - :. . mhl9d2a . . WM. 0. WEAVER. 1 GUSTAV H. KRACH, DYER AND i SCOURER, r&Ma MBJito wbo Bia it irnM-ti MM. aod Scouring establishment from Looust Sc. to First St,, between Svransore and Vine, opposite Metart Hall, where be is prepared to da all kinds of Dyeing and- Scouring lu ta; most approved manner. . He asks the coutinuauoe of old i.troa ageaadnew. ma.Sl-lmd jaPloT7ri3 1 iJEXQr&i '-' GET THE BEST. ! The rnHtaledFestern Tiller, ., Manufactured by , . ; ! N.G, DAMSON, Tvn - jrxiaaT puhmmujo. mbvbi JV at Coiled States Fair, at Loulsvtlie, In leT. over seven eompettiors on actual tr.al. . Mercbairfs and planter supplied .at menuractur. .. .pi. . m aitAa- MjZZtUutZd lb l P order. It ! IrTth. bbl at than it ba ooo,?n, ,u ae aari. ; ;,; (;;.0D - a a. GiiiOes.. c a tu.. . 'SrOf 4 Itr easuora a : .. .. .1 . -or V' -f I ' n . "f. ', IT. -I.