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Tin- claim i.f F. A. Mniitoinpry for I'livmeiit of Ms exppimos to Washington, which was o,l miuimI j entenlav, coining iii, Column Honor I'Ut li'b, seioiiiit'il by l'otiiiniiMiLt'r Srol t, inovi-d tluit pi be iiilott i ti in paunt'iit of t-iime ; and a vole lirinj; taken, Coniiuis biomr riiu!'!, cott and W.niain.s voted in the uflirmative, and Com missioner Suiiili in ti e locative. Motion carried and f-aid claim al lowed for ?irj:."iO. 'I lie Secretary and Trt-itturer then called attention to the untinifdied vote at the cpcrial September u.eeting upon the motion to fix liiu valary at (J.V'O per miiriiii, hen Comuiitisionrr Heath stated that be had, nheu a nu mber of the Hoard in 1X.HJ, moved to redu'-e the salaries of the officers of the Board to the preaent ume; that he bad become convinced that they were not, in the cases of the Secretary and Treasurer uud Chief Knginecr, adequate, and that it was fer the public nooil that they uliould be restored to the former sums; and therefore moved that the salary of the Secretary and Treasurer be uxed at t-.iiH) per annum; which motion was seconded by Comini siouer Scott, and on vole being taken Commissioners Scott and Wit hams voted in the atl'mnative, and Commissioner Smith in the nega tive; couiniiksioner rheips uot voting. .Motion carried, and salary or secretary anu lreasurer nxeu at f.'.iiiu per aniiiini. It wus then moved by CominiHNioner Scott, and seconded by Com missioner Williams, that the salury of the Chief Engineer be tixed at ouw per annum. A vote Ieini taken. Commissioners Srott. Wi lining ami Phelps voted in aftirmutive, and Commissioner Smith in the negative. .Motion earned, M.d the salary of the Chief Engineer fixed ai ?ouihj per annum. It was then moved by Commissioner Smith that the Cotton Tax Col lector be allowed 8 cents per bale on cotton. Instead of 5 cents per uuic .o kccoiiu. At li.TO p. m. Commissioner Smith retired. The dancer of the lurire and exiiensive levee nt the linml i.f Tjilt a liolivar i-avinj; into the river in a few years, if the present rale of caving continues, being considered, it was moved by Commissioner Scolt, anil seconded by Commissioner Williams, that the President of mo i.oani appoint a committee, or three to memorialize Congress on the subject, and take such other action us is necessary to protect the head of Lake liolivar. Carried, and the President appointed on said committee. Col. W. A. Percy, Chas. Scott, Esrp, and Mnj. Wm. Starling. It was then, on motion of Commissioner Phelps, seconded by Com- niuurr neon, 111 me uitiucr oi claim ol Adams & tiaines for per lection of their drainage under contract of Mav 1st. 1877 Ordered, that the Engineer of this Hoard is directed to have dug the ditch required in this matter, upon the laud owners executing i.imt uo M.au uu prepaieu uy uie attorneys of this Jiwuril, relea sing this Hoard from all further obligation or duty under said contract of .May 1st, 1S77. C. W. Dudley, Cotton Tax Collector, then submitted bis report, which was examined by the Hoard, found correct, und ordered recei ved and tiled. Ordered, that I1:S0 be allowed C. W. Dudley, paid by error on cotton from Shaw's Station, us per November report, ISfSli. Ordered, That the claims ol the milliliters for inileil'ib nd per dii'ui at present meeting bo allowed and ordered paid, Commissioner Heath, 4 days, 18J miles, , , , . $27 31 Commissioner Williams, 'J days, JO utiles, . . . u 75 Commissioner Scott, 4 days, 1)1 miles, .... l 04 Commissioner Phelps, 4 days, 80 miles, . . . yo (0 Commissioner Smith, U days, 8 miles, .... g 43 Tho minutes wero then read uud adopted, uud the Hoard on motion adjourned. DEATON ADDITION. S. W. FHKfiUSOS, Secretary. THE iUl AITLK ( IIKIST.1IIS. "1'Ih the tiny after Oirlslinss, and all tliroiiKti tlie city The due tors lire teurhifr, and more is the I".v, The children are wrltliliijr with pain In the betlii, While violim. of Ipecac dunce through their IiiuiIh. The hnty, In ..- of Hie nume'i "I told yer," llud In ked alt Ilia pnlnt elf a little tin iohllcr ; And Touiiiiy, who reveled lu pi"'" ami pies, .ainga lbu got wind ua t" mi'1 ...MStuiuaeh und teari jf:4,TXx-j Louisvillo, Now Orloam and Tosa$ Sallway Company, On sad after Oct. loth th Mlimlng I'hrdiile will he operated dally, ti-wlt : Piiunr, Dally. Biinioulh. N. 1 l. Mniihi I liirk-.lul,. I,i lun.' ESilCSlCtSflSjll Hih and Iry aid Veil Inked. IT! EE HiOM MsTudTIIE NOISE OK MA( HI.NKKY. ONLY SOLD TO DESIRABLE PARTIES, ACTUALLY IN TENDING TO BUILD. To such, sales will be made for a small cash payment, balance at such times as cart be conveniently met. For particulars apply to JOSHUA SKINNER. SH II . amex ni;i:d. Greenville, Ml Dee. 3, 1SS8. This Is to certify that I have bought souie of Major Jleliu't Allen Cotton rahieil on his Austin Deadening place, and that the ataple nieatured 0.0s inch and rivK-titiirriia. Uoskst S. Dir. I have a large lot of Seed from the cotton to which Mr, Day, of the firm of C. S. Farrar & Co., re fers; which I WILL SELL IN LOTS TO SUIT, At 1 lr Ton. dee:t (i. M. 11 ELM. C S. t'AIUIAH. In comRwwtin ill.- , eyes. ..ulna with a hi'iuliuhe. papa In his cups, Are angrily talking d life's tlowna and tta ; And out In the street, with a 1111U0 and a clatter, The doctor drivel up snd xk, "What Is the mailer t" ..MitU-nt ..... Ar. Vu k-oniK - I.. ' llnrrl-lon Ar Ni'w oili-'ui I'iw. I Sii. a : in 7 HIV " II M ' ' III II I.' i; III I ml i 11 . m Jio 7 u l.'i in 11 i 11 111 ;n ' 1 :u " '... ?. H. IAIlICAJt, Cotton JJrokor, Grocnville, Mia. ROBERT S. DAY in thurgo of Cotton Department ALSO C. S. FAItRAH, COTTON FACTOR, 1Ni. fo Union Mtreet, New Orleans, La. l.lheral advances loads upon conslirn- meiita to us. Irpt is who wsnt s RELIABLE t'iME-KEErER without liav in tune f' HUBHCniBE rou THS A Public Journal, Established in 1SGS The especial advocate or TUK XiGveo System, ISO THS Interests of the ti '"hull .1 iM " 1 H Hum II). Ar M-IiiimI lllllilrlt Vlrk-lilllK Ar Hi. I I'lIN. I Nit. 4 I -a pin Hit" H liim A U el k's au;ill li s In Itullvar, Rosedale Leader. Marshall .lenkius, colored, shot n nero through the ear Christ inas iiIkIiI, and the next day caino and surrendered to tho olllcors. Lewis Cliapmaii, colored, wus killed on Mr. Fred Clark's plan tation Tuesday niht by an assas sin, who fired through the window with a shot gnu. In mi nflray between two ne groes -Jim Powell and Mill Dun can -ttt this place on Christinas Eve, the latter was shot and 11101 tally wounded by the former. Olio of Col. Stokes' best no Krocs was killed 011 his place Christinas eve ni(;ht. Two other negroes were shooting at each other, one with a pistol and one with a Winchester. It is not tlell nilely known whether the inno cent party was killed by the ball front the pistol or Winchester. Neither of the uiitiigonists were hurt. Mr. M. S. Rlackwood was out limiting on Sunllower liver. Had a camp 011 the river bank, near the water. A young man caino to his landing last I'liday night, when ho was expecting no one, but re ported that he had been for sever al days apprehensive of an attack by d panther, having seeu trucks 11 rou nd his camp several times, The young man landed his canoo very near to Mr. l'.lack wood's ea 110c, mid the latter, 011 hearing a noise, crept out to Investigate tho eauso thereof, and on approaching ing to where he could see him (very imperfectly in the dark) the youi-g man from some cause tin known, Jumped out into the river, and Mr. 15., fired a fatal shot through him. Goln North. I,V Ni'W OlIt'HIIN. Iliirti.toii,, ., Ar Virk-hlO ... I.r. ' .... IlllHlllll' r,iiiiii 1 i,.,k-i.,i. ... Ar, MriiiplitM Plllingtr, Dill), No 1 No. 4 .1 mi 11 III II HI ' I mi ni III a 111 4 in II an 11 111 II IHI II III .1 III II 111 IV Ml 1 H ml II II IP tl " Lak Waahlnaton Brunch Dully, Ai-i'ioii No, l.i. No :l- siAmiNn. !.No , ,No ( .;i",nii :l M iiii: A r Ulmiil ti, Mini :4.Vai ;i 1.1 iiiih iimi' I" "I i-.hi I :m M mi 1, 111 1 1 11 . nT l:iA .I '.'O Hi lii-k I I In 17 11.11 I I.'niiii Hi lini lltilln Ar. Ill :i;im 11:1.1 A Ifi ft IHI 4 Inpm Ai'riml I i,rf Nil 1.1 No. '.M StAruixn. (111- Ar: Ai-rom No J I mi. Is. A :L1 iti I Union Ar l.iliiml . li :l :tiuu HI.1 inn A J.'i Hi. 1.1 1 si Hli, ,:l II s rA " (l ift in .111 M it n :l :,i 11 m ii ' 4 in ' 111 Hi 11 1.1 n II I .-i 7 Hi 7 ill I M 1; u I, "II tlilukl II 10 iiliii'viiiilU Ar 4 :li Ar " lni.11.1 Sninwitor i.l II ' iinli i:,l:, I Avuii ii ;tt I I ,011111111111 1 1 in j K-iiia '1 : li 1 1 :t 1 ii-li ill Al impiii II. ill ' II Ml ' 4 to pay s small alr.sd for .or It ahould get one of the COLUMBUS WATCHES. They are the very latest Americas Watches mails, have all the nssT in rnovKMKNTS, are ri.xsi.r riNisiiKn, snd are the Most Accurals Tims-Seepert, anil are snhl at HALF TIIK 1'KICE that wntehea nf the luine grade of other makes are solil for. S. reppcrman TIIK Ol. I) ItKI.IAIH.K JKWKI.KR, aor -Jii ir.) IS Slil.K AGKNT I OK SANK, Comprising the Counties of WnNliIngton, liolivar, Issaquena and Sharkey, AND OF oiieenvi;lle, The District Capital. A UK. CITY BRANCH DAILY. l';l,'li!0'l' No II II VI i III II II II . ' n II !. Ill Si. mis. Ar IjIuiiiI ... N'Oii'illle, . . M lli'inki . , . , , IV 1 11 1 1-1 villi1 . ii . . Iliiiilhiiftnn . I'l .Ar, Cii-i-i-nm-r. Nil Ii I II 4 M II 1.1 J. II. Leavenworth, Miiiiiifscliirer of Rough and Dressed Li U A 113 13 II. 8rKi:lAt,TIKS I rLOORlNQ, SIDING, CEILING SHINGLES, LATH PICKETS, BEE HIVES, PACKING BOXES, Eta., Ets- II us on hand s large stock of Cypress, Walnut, Oak, Voplar and Pmc, At prices as low ss can lie had from other market!, Also Refuse snd rooky Cypress, Qum and Cottonwood, IfVtKT I.SW.U Trices andestinintea furnished on ap- pllentlon. aiTllis Communications of local interest throughout the Delta solicited. Particularly upon Improvements and diversification of Farm and rroducts. Upon Uoad niaklng, Fences and all things calculated to develop the resources and to produce prosper ity In that section of the State. The fire fiend hits destroyed in Sunflower Co. this fall and winter five or more gin houses, with large lots of cotton in each one. This county has not gone scnthlcss, and in a majority of instances no insur ance. A man who will run a steam gin without insurance certainly is a gambler of the richest kind, or needs a guardian to help him take care of his business. Valley Flag. Bucklen's Arnica Salve- Tim IiKtiT Salve in tho world ior Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, t JMieum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Uands, Chilblains Corns, Eruptions, mid posi- Vib s, or no pay re- iiiucciiingive per nor money refund per box. For I ONM I I IIINN No :l. U n hm loivniiMi ni IX Moon Ii in Ni-w I Irli'.Hi- alio miiU'Wi'M Hi l-lmiil li Mriin-lil mill 1,0 Ark.,ii.nl Ml No 1 1. Ii nint lin i'ii nil- ni I in i' m, nr. rlii-, hi I'liilln r llnrii n wi it in 'I'hl truln itr ri 1 i-t nt I i-l:in,l .1 :L1 it 111 I ruin o 1 u!i,-4 l,vl:iii,l 111 in 11 in 1 iirrni- ni vti'tt-iuirx rJ.li in , iiinl :il iirli :io- n mi 11 in No !l. Ii-iiniii I. rum ill,1 ill ! II III . ii-iiil Li-Inn,! II .'in n 111 . inuMim i-lot-M roii- iii'i-liiin ror MiniiiliiMi mill ut u..m ii. in. l'nr 1 t.ii-iiiirir No 4, liiiilior Vit-Vliiir l S II ni., ur rn i-n nt liiffiti illr ill 10 -? (1 111 No I, Inning Mriiiiiil ut 4.ai i in., nrilirs m lini'in nil-111 10 :i; e 111 No 11 li iiviiiir lhiiiiini:ioii ni S:II jt. 111., Jtir. llvm ill Uiii-iitillnO ll::li i. Hi, K VV. II, i , I.lli'l '- Airt.. M,'iii,lili, IViiii. A A. Siimii-, M:iirrnTiini'n Virkliilrii, MIhh J. S Ml llnlAl It, Al-rnl, O'li-itlilli', MiiW. Georgia raciflc Railway Company. Dlvlnlon ) On anil atler Molality, Septenilisrllltli, triiins III run as follows: Train No. 1 leaven Crccimlle ilmly. except .Sinulsy, nt.. , . 4;W p, lit. t.enves on Sunihiy nt 4.11(1 Train No. 3 srrh'es dully, ex- lt Similnv. nt fl.t.l . ni. Ajrives oil (Minilay nt H:;i7 " TruiiiH fiir.lnhiinoiivllle eoiinret ilnilv nt Moiievllle. except it, -It la ami oth Samlava of eneh inoiith. I. Y. SAliK, tteiil. Snpt. Sami.. II. I'l la t.i.i..Suiit. GREENVILLE and BOLIVAR TRI-WEEKLY PACKET. Steamer J. C. KERR. I M t. II AMIIKIIN. - . :,s, r. . jrr- 1,enves(il:KKNVII.I,Kevery 1'i'K."!! Tiii'hsimv nml vn- mi 111 il e. . Leaves ItOl.lVAIt every Moniiay, WriiNi.Mii.tv nml Maiikhav ii c. i. ect I lli-aiilnr Nr Orlrnns nnrt vrrrntlllr litirkrl. The Swift nml Kcliuhlc Steamer lJ,VIlCi)UI). J r. Mi i, M:itrr. t in I.kwk. Clerk. rr k Leaves New Oriesna forCireen ; ' i villi- every I t KsllAV nt 5 p. 111.; have lirvenville for New Or h nnn everv Kill HA Y nt 5 p. m. 4tY- rtiii! line reserve the rlitlit to pans Landings that the I iiit.-iin mnv rcniKiil. er unanfe. l'linsencera to New Orlenna ninke liirhtninir time. svoiilinR Hnilronil ili-lnys nml rtpense. The fare anil tren ernl ni-i-oiiui.iMliit iiriia e.-m mil lie excelled. 't'lii lr linnta do not run hem only t iromrh Hie entton cenmin ; lint iiIk'ii oriiiimi ine nun inmtthH. to derve a mh- wiin ii F.11 1 r nlioiilil w, ,,... t... i & Co. (leb'J cunlimie toreeit'iroeale Money to Lend. am prepared to ne$o Hate loans on improved real estate, for a term of years, at reduced rate of interest. Jpply early. J. M.JAYNK, Attorney nt I.sr, limn h J7 tireenvllle, MIm, H. GOLDSTEIN 4 CO,, COTTON FACTORS ASH Commission Merchants, GKEKSVILLE, - MISS. Liberal advances made on con sigiiinents. septlS GKKKNVM.I.E, . . - MIHS, Contractor and Builder. fork Done Most BtaMiablt TERMS. skilled Workmen Sd flout Material Orders promptly nltended to lit city and stirronudtng country. Will furnish plans and specifics (ions for all styles of public and private buildings. julySl Begular Vicksburg and Greenrilla Packet. TJ. S. MAIL. The fast and rcliablo steamer IHHAQDENA" Henry Marlneaux ....Maater. Frank telglenian Clerk. Leaves Viekibitrg every Mon day, Wednesday and Hatiinlny nt 3 p m. lieturnlnir Iravea Greenville every Tuemlsy. Thurwlny and Sunday at H o eioek p, in. Kor freiifht or iissaare spiily on board rnto Siiiierinten .dent Merchant Whar Host, Greenville. ftuly t, 'S'l 3V Stories of fiction, and poetical contribntious always declined. Best Pittsburg Coal. A fresh supply of I'msiiunc Coal, First Quality, lias been received by M. V. MeBBIDE. It will 1? Soltl OH follows s In less quantities than 10 boxes, GO cents per box, delivered. In 10 boxes or more, 55 cts per box.delivered J. 0. McCord will receive orders in Bagley's Drug Store. The Steamer Chas. L. Grant will do any job bin work in the vicinity of Greenville, such as Towing Timber or Boats. ' oct30 For Low Prices Go to the Old Reliable Hardware House. EL E. Wetlierbee, -Dealer in- Hardware, Queensvare, Glass and Tinware, Table and rochet Cutlery of Best Makers, Cooking and Heating Stoves of all kinds, NorlhweNtcrn Unrb Hog Wire, ristolSjCnn Implements, Wads, Shells, and every variety of Cartridge, oubii, jroors and Winds, window Ulass any size. Ons and Steam FittitiL's, ISeltins and racking: of everv description. Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Dryers and Colors of the best brands, Manilla and Sisal Rope of all sixes, Lime, Cement, Fire Brich and Tile, Wagon Material, flows, riow Gear. Ilamcs and Brides. Agricultural Implements and Plantation Goods all kinds,lowest prices. Sole agent for Hazard Towder Company, and keep constantly on uauu in magazine a large supply or little, Duck and Wasting Powder, at St. Louis prices. All OriUrs Promptly. Fill.d at LOWEST Mtrk.t Prlosi. Jis. E. Negus, President. A. II. Shields, Asst. Cashier II MERCHANTS BANK GllEENVlXLilS, MISSISSIPPI. Transact a General llaukinc and Financial Business. Collections and Correspondence Promptlv Attended to. Exchange Bought and Sold, CoiTewpomlentH t Union National Bank, New Orleans, La. Mercantile National Bank of A'ew York. Mechanics Bank of St. Louis, Mo. ALL MANNER OP Job "Work DONE NEATLY, Cheaply and Expeditiously A. 33. ITinluy & Co., DEALERS A DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, Paints, Oils, DYES, GLASS, c, Union sets, and Garden Grass and Flower seeds of all descriptions. Corner Wiulilnirtoii Avenue snd Mulberry Streets, If you have goods to sell ADVERTISE IN The Greenville Times If you have goods to buy, read the advertisements in TS3 Greenville Times. you have wantss ADVEKTISK IN The Greenville Times. -ADDRESS Greenville, Mississippi. SNOWDERGER & BROWN, UNDERTAKERS. (Successors to II. M. Snowbergor.) JOS. WALL I'flllYr shoj; Greenville, tl Having established a FOUNDRY in connection win, ' chirk Shop, I am prepared to make all kinds of lroi ' ' 13 rasa Castings on short notice and at reasonable ' for CASH. Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Governors, Shafts eiei eic, iuraisueu vu euutt uuiitc uuu uni-ciai U&ken, 1 REI'AIIt WORK A. SPEClAt' Bbop one square from Wbarf boat and Georgia Pacific E. ' ' D IT 1 . .asw . IL U - ?-T H. B. BRUSEeI VICKSBURG. . - - Mi;t Has in Stock a Complete Line of Robber Belting, Lubricating Oils, Pnmps and Inspirators, Gam Tacking, Brass Fittings, Fire lino It aud Tile, Hemp ftj Pipe sndW xire iiricK auu me, juacb nuij.i Machinery Supplies, Sewer Fipe and Clay, Belt 6n. Copper Rivets and Burs, Builder's Hardware, Cookiuf gjj J Contractor's Supplies, Cutlery of all kinds, Heating S Japaned Tinware, Stamped Tinware, Coal Oil gtil Lamps and Chimneys, Illuminating Oils, Cotton BalsJ 1 A . : -.1 11,1!... Air.... LM.nl 1 1 .1 - , n tiuuubuu ii niun imo, ouuij i uwuer anu tjsjn MANTELS AIVD GRATES, uil pri( GAS FIXTURES AND PLUMBERS' GOODS, AT Store, 1G3 "Washington Street! TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WcJ Gas Fitting and Plumbing, n . TT 1 n i 1TT-1 . rt vjiu xiuusu auu country uorK a opecu3 Workmen sent out and St. Louis prices dupl ted on Sheet Iron Work and Gin House Roof;, Shops 172 to 178 Mulberry Street. H. B. BRUSEE, HE. & N. Wilczinsld COTTON MEBOHAN1 -AND DIALERS IN- GEKEEAL MEIlCHiUSTDIS Washington Avenue, Greenville, Miss. Our FALL STOCK, FRESH from tho Eastern markets, iid daily, and comprises a full line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS? Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, YaU Clothincr, Provisions, Plantation Supplies, Bagging, Ties and T which we are offering at Rock Bottom Prki We are sole agents for Washington connty for HALL'S Gmt and for tho SOUTHERN STANDARD Cotton Pr If-' To winch we desire to call the attention of all interested. This rreMB' ninny an vantnttci over all other mnkeg, principally the price, $1 10 C0D1P' Uin he operated by iiteRin or home power: U very tlmple In coiisimrtwj obviate considerable unneoew arv labor. In order to give a practical UlntfJ or ltd working we are now having one erected on our Wild wood plantu j liort distance from town, where we will be pleased to explain all that ti J lor It. Iresa oiakantkui, and uiilcms it prove satisfactory money will be tela Agent for Washington, Bolivar. Issaquena and Sunflower countk J 11. & U. WlLCma Always on hand a full line of Metalic Caskets and Cases, Wooden Caskets and Coffins. novl3 Orders promptly attendrd to. THEODORE POIIL, Ml'I.BEHUY STBKKT, . , OEEKRTILLE, M18B. Wliolcnilc nml lictail Dealer lu FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS Wine, Porter, Ale, Cigars and Tobacco, I call especial to my well selected atock of E5& 0ld Kentucky Bourbon Whisky Chewing and Smoking Tobacco SOLU AG EST FOR Christian Moerlieii Brewing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Scott's Billiard Saloon. ISTewly Pitted up. New Billiard Tables. Good Light and Pleasantest Place in Town. SKCONI TO NONE. llie best ol Liqiiorsalwaysonharid Cji11 and kcp rm. Corner Wnshiiigton Avciiuo anil Locnal Btrcct. April 21 j Bcon. LOOK ! LOOK ! ! Next Door to Weiss $ Goldstein's. J. MARSEILLE Dealer ir General Hardware, Queensware, Tinwi Table and Pocket Cntlerv. Scissors and Shears, Crockery and Glassware, Lamps anil Chandeliers of all kinds. Wooden aud Willow-ware I ti of 'l descriptions. Paints Oils and Varnish. I Lime and Cetnont of best of best qualities always kept on M A Full I tna nt D.I.I..., a m .. . . . t'( r, , mi. u, U1 ,MCy 8 very 5, uainoun 8 ana oiner r and Gearings for same, at very reasonable fignres. A well assorted stock of Wagon Materials. Doors. Sash and Blinds at Factotj Special Bargains given on Heating and Cooking Btovei. Country Orders Promptly Attended Jt Give us a call before Purchasing elsewh' . Roofing, Guttering and Repairing of all rf in. nil.f I III ri nr, 4 7 J. 7.' 1 .... Jt. -.- M-wfto vu vi ucr u,b uxiraorawary Kates, and at Short Notice. ! ALL, WOltK AVAIlltAIVTEI. T. ISENBERG SALOON, Corner Main and Walnut Stree Wholeaale and Retai Dealer in BEST OP LIQUOES, WINES, t in lie Havana, Cicai