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nrn'x'"'rTT"'! BFEsrnifTToy tibm-h abuxcz e 4 -bs ft I i DAILY. Ce year, by f i-i ttr,..... 11 9 00 Cm year, by Mali . lOdlt Thro month..w...H.H........ ........m. 3 8 One month .. ......... ..... 1 53 Ir nu, (ni i-(we i, eervvd by Carrier K 9 ft-JE.RXY, PSa TEABi On copy .. 00 TEI-WEEKLY. One year... . ..$T 00 tlx month 00 Ihr montlui........ da rira copy asal witk ac e!6 of tea name for mtrdt4 ml mm fin. MONDAY....... APRIL 16. VSIOIf STATE TICKET. For Seeretary of State, KELSON TBC3LES, ' y. ' . ; e Fayett. t For A pdf tor of State, , f THOMAS B. McCABTY, of Webaeb. i'pnT Tf : ? FW Treasurer of State, : ckn! kaphas kihball, of Martin. For Attorney Gonaral, t DXLANA B. WILLIAMSOX, J of Putnam. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, - ,-. GKOBOC W. BOSS, j f.. of Marlon. ' ? Latest Sews. It is reported that ft portion of the mn of the British men-of-war Pjlades, , bad mutinied and had been put in irons i Xhe Pyladei in consequence pat to eea " " ' ' suddenly oa Friday. The crews of other ,.'.'.; eaeJg, h m said, have been tampered ? j with, and, further difficulties are eat- peeled. fj; ' ' :- ' T T 1 A row occurred at Calais on Friday oetween some Fenians and British sol diers, who had come over to the town, he latter were driven back bunoli?e were lost " i t Two hundred Fenians arrived at Eaatporl on Friday. , , s VT I The resignations of the Aoti-Confed ,' " Oration "Adminigtration, of New Brnns wick, were promptly accepted by the poveraor,' A new Administration has "ot yet been formed. Gen. Mnrphy and his staff are still ex citing much interest in Canada. The press and public -are excluded from the The street railroads in New York have mlmo!. entirely suspended operations. No propositions for . compromise have b;ea made. A mass meeting of the drivers was held on Friday. , ' Unsnccessfal speculation in stocks is . jsaid to be the cause of the defalcation of ttha eushier of the Branch of the Bank of s,.FrapQe. . The failure of Maury's emigration cheme in Mexico is fully confirmed. ; It is not only a failure, but a swindle, j The Liberals in Mexico are very ac I live and are causing- the Imperialists Baaoh tronble. '" ' i x The anniversary of President Lincoln's death was to be properly observed, yes , .erday, at Fortress Monroe. The Fenian Senate is still in session in ITew York. 2 The Judiciary Committee are cousid Vi ring the case of Jeff. Davis. 1 J , Blanks for the U. 8. - Assessors are t- Swung prepared as rapidly as possible, i if' The Eeconstruction Committee will ie-day report another batch of testimony, iEreudjog that of Ex-Governor Sharky, Got. 'Johnson and Gen." Sheridan. . ! ! II I til' ' f-Work Was commenced on the new ; .Gait House, Louisville, on Wednesday f Indiaka DiTORCEa.- The Supreme -Court of the District of Columbia, in ... the case of Annie J. Worcester, has de cided that a wife who leaves her Iras band for the purpose of residing in Indiana, and obtains a divorce there, j f U riot thereby relieved from the marriage contract." SuiciDs. A son of Ex-Governor Big ler, of Pennsylvania, ' committed sui cide a few days ago by shooting himself. 'Temporary insanity, superinduced by, sickness, seems to have been the cause., The ' Confederate Democratic Press , comforts the blind adherents to that party by comparing the Union ma jority of this year with that of last .They dara not compare the voce for the last several years, because that shows sn average .Union majority very little above that of this year. r. , , The little tricks that Grant and Sheri dan were playing off on their Southern allies so terrified the Connecticut Cop perheads last year tLat they could not recover breath in time to vote. It is poor comfort PrOposbd Immiobation from Madeira. The Department of State baa received dispatch from the United States consul at Funchal stating that avast number of labored of the island ot Madeira, who are skited in the raising of cereals, tha -vine, sugarcane, and in gardening, are desirous of emigrating to the United .States, bat have not the means for re- -complishing that object lie expresses ibis belief that if One half of their psss ge could be advanced to them by par ties in this country on a contract, under the act to encourage emigration, to re pay it in labor, at least ten thousand of them would be prepared to leavl imme diately. . , -- A Ca8 of " Cosscissce " On Satur day last the Secretary of the Treasury received a copy of the following letter: tM Washisotos, D. C, April 6, 1860. ' To Hon. Hug h McColUch: , r " Sia: Inclosed is; $5 (five -hilars) which you will put to,, the credit of the United States, and 'much oblige your humble servant. " A Penitbst." jfjT-At a great dinner given on Pt Pa .rick's day ai Charlea'.ou, S. C, a Mr. Thomas Ryan offered a toast "The "memory ""p-'-Preston Brooks." Ex change. - " , The atrocious condact of Mr. Sumner makes ns remember Preston Broo'irg often and not. very BBkiudly. Louis- vide Journal. . , r Of : course, " not very unkindly." It was highly chivalric In . Brooks to strike a man behind his back, , l",s ,1" Obdbbbd to Pokt Huron. Two companies of the 17th Infantry were or dered to Port Hurots, and left by the Grand' Trunk this morning. . Nothing is known of- tha- meaning of this1 order, bat it is quietly whispered by the "know ing ones, that they are to-Keep' an eye on the innneganvmovements in that d: rection. Detroit Vrion, 9th - W ADVEIITT" reiiovj?::; u;r.-. THBCSftF to Ivmove fn I od the w Ji '' ' Oar ' .- t x i " : Will oomnieaoe to-da to oerTa hj,. 'IGItj CJJanEaLaJjLvJCj, Tbe Era f tha B - AET'WI?.L B1! CONHT tofum a iadlv' '. . i' WitailiaiMI ,;. -i',, . ttra, tUron- . - - rdr" vh-ti is 4 ' VOLUME XVII.' THE VERY LATEST TELEGRAPH. Mutiny on a Britisn Man- oi-war. t- r Pip-ht at Calais between British Soldiers and Fenians. nitizena Join the Fenians. The Trial of Jeflf.' Davis i,t$ Kgws from Mexico, VvwYml ADril 14, The Herald's Gaatoort. Maine, special - says: (I British man of war Pylades went ttf sea o. .nan1' vaatprdav afternoon. It aoiii that fiftv at the crew had ma tin!M And had been nut in irons. Hence triA rtnnnrtnrfi of the vessel. The men of other vessels have been tamnered with, and similar difficulties arA ernpMgd. ; - . ' Yesterday a party of English soldiers ftrnaued from St Stephens to Calais, where they got into a dispute with some Fenians, when a fieht ensued wnicn re sulted in their being driven back over the bridge which: crosses toe r?ver De tween the 'to towns. No lives were lost The citizens ioined in wiib. the Fenians in the fieht. The steamer from iBoston this morn ing brought abont 200 more k enians. Thev were aoartered in the town. - A lare number of Fenians have just arrived in a steamer irom dew iotk. The Herald's Fredaricktowa (New Brnnawick snecial savs: The fesif na tions of the Anti-Confederate Adminis tration were accepted unconditionally by Gov. Gordon yesterday. No new Administration has yet been formed. The House of Assembly has adjourned nntil Monday, to give the incoming party time to re-organize. " ' The Herald's Toronto special says: It is now thought that Murphy and his staff will be tried under the Alien Bill, which was passed after the St. Alban's raid had. been committed. This bill gives power to incarcerate a man on suspioioo'of plotting against a friendly State, and of detaining him against the demands of habeas corpus, , The press and public were excluded from , the trial on ' Wednesday, which fact is creating indignation even among the loyal Cana dians. ' . ' " Nw York, April 14. AtO'Mahoney's headquarters, in this city, everything is quiet; but those who know, eay tnatters are progressing slowly and surely. Tbe strike among the drivers has spread to all the railroad lines in the city, travel being almost completely sus pended. Thus far, tbe companies have made no offer to the men, who seem de termined to hold out A mass meeting of the drivers on tbe vWidus roads was held yesterday, at Union Square, and speeches were made by a number of gen tlemen, all of ' whom encouraged the men in their present course, ' r (Unsuccessful speculation in stocks is said to be the primary cause of tbe de falcation of the cashier of the Poictiers Branch of the Bank of France. Before leaving for this country, he is alleged to have contracted an additional sum of $30,000, the greater part ot which was secured when he was arrested in this city, on Monday Ibb'. His examination before Commissioner Betts v has been postponedTintil next Tuesday, s . ? The news'from Mexico City confirms the report that Maury's emigration scheme has proved a complete swindn line? operation. -1 , ; ..J t " The Liberals have concentrated part of their' forces at Omeolicia. "The oc cupation of Tecotlan secures the Vera Cruz coast and Oriziba district - Bonda, one ot the Liberal chiefs is Monelia, had forced large loans, and Mejia, tbe Mexican Imperialist, was pur. ming the same course in Mafamoras. ' The Liberals are still watching Matax moras, keeping Mejia closely in his in trenchments. , - - Through the General-in-Cbief of the Tamaulipas farces, Juan De La Garcia has issued a proclamation encouraging Maximilian's soldiers to desert The Herald's Fortress Monroe special says: Preparations are being made in the fort to keep in memory the assassi nation of President Lincoln. The band will play dirges, the soldiers will parade with arms reversed, and minute guns will be fired. 4 .Business in produce and merchandise was less active yesterday. There was less doing in the freight line, though rates were in favor of shippers. The Court of -Appeals has announced that no opinion will be given in the case of Gonzales and Pelicier, the murderers of Senor Otero, nntil June. , . ; Wm. Wolf, of . Utica, was arrested yesterday on a charge of bigamy and larceny, preferred against him by Man arsah Goldman of No. 165 Alden street. The complainant tjuted that the accused committed the -doiMe crime in Septem ber, 1864. He waf committed for ex amination. 5 ' ' y .The Fenian Senate is in session in this city. '. " ' .';;,, The Tribune's special says the sub committee Of the House Judiciary Com mittee met again yesterday, to consider tha case of Jeff. . Davis. They have not received any of the evidence from, tbe Bureau of Military Justice, t ' A. Washington speciel dispatch savs that blanks for the collection of Internal Revenue taxes for the present year, are beinjr distributed to the - Assessors as rapidly as possible, who are ordered by Commissioner Rollins to commence the assessment as soon as they receive them. The Reconstruction Committee had another meeting, yesterday, and have agreed to report another lot of testimony on . Monday next There are about twenty witnesses wnoae testimony is quite voluminous. A moncr the witness' es are Jfrovisionai ex-uovernors bbarkey and Johnson, and among the military officers is an affidavit from General Sheridan. Stephens s testimony alone is aboat tour columns in length. - ' - - Eastpqrt, Maikb. April 10, Colonel Kerrigan, with two aids, arrived here last Friday. r The excitement then com menced 'flad continued to . -increase. They -spend Sunday in making arrange ments l at -tb Frontier Bank fo"draw funds from Boston. j On Sundat they were anxious to obtain news by tele graph, but obtained none. Monday they spent in endeavoring - to charter small class vessels, and in calling at stores in quiring, the trice of 500 blouses, 50ft caps, etc., which caused great jb:' La ment here among our Provincial ceigb bors. All business is snsrndwi. Pro ductive labor is dorm'.-.'. A;i eitixens are enrolled as eo'-Tsers anj anlled four hours daily.- Tho pecpla are tiiing off their ctt 'c, etc ? Tfct morning V,K) or more Fenans a'fived in a boat f-jr Portland. Tbe leaders, upon their arrival her, grt atly diapleaied at the at, jcCite m-n: Tbey caHe. crt. meeting,' a-:d are 6- tar to-morrow. Our Ct.'''.-" ' :e " 1110 'hey think of i & : of our back towns to a j.t 'Jrtk'.r developments . . '.. ,.roN, April 14. A special dispatch, :om Washington, to the Advertiser of this city says: Preparations are Rak ing to hold the regular term of United States 'cuit Court in Richmond next mouth, J theVja! of JeTersoa Davis, for high treacn may bo expects i in two months. 1.0' iSVIM B, I r, x.l 1 4 A report is j"tr..l !';'.;! Ija Wi9 J t I aw Or'escs ior s, wLile special that department. ho " si receivea, btit the Oscar Qarbridre was racprilly 6 , t fV-:-t la, ! ad OCt Gesiiral who was iisirif Toboso. C Anril 14. lbe man who was arrested at Cornwall yesterday, turned out MO be n person name Wbeeier, an ex-Cofederat8 offiier, and not a Lieutenant Colonel - of the "Federal armv. On beintr searched hie commis- ston was touna upon """""j irivea bv General Sweeney to recruit a hattalion in Canada. "Ssv eral other interesting documents were als discovefed in his possession. but says he'tas done nothing to juBtify Ki nrreitt . He is satisfied tbat Sweeney will be over shortly, and show cause for his release. . . . ... r - i NAILS AND S-flKES, Best Ilarn-iiierecl HOUSE and I1ULI3 SHOES Steel .Too Callis, iiobsk enoE AILS. TUll, ASS0ETJ1ZNT conUat)ri hand and for sale by - SH0E5BERGERAC0., . No. 15 Public IndiBg, CISCIKN ATI, O, PAPER. PAPER WAREHOUSE Ho. 7 1-2 South First Street -DEALERS IN i t- . Vested Paper Bags, Card Boards, CutCardol. Window rJh3es Paper Hangings, Letter, Cap, : Note, Wrapping, and Manilla Paper. ITT WILI. KEEP A COMPLETE ASSORT VV meat of v.rvthlon Id oar ItncMwhol. ale and retail. Let all who daaln good Ooods cbeap, rail utj and examine our itock. . " '.' Ho. 74 Sooth Flrtt Btri't, marl-tf XTnTllle, Indiana. CABS. w Cabs I Cabs ! Cabs ! - riTHB MOST EXTENSIVE AND EEArTirrt. 1 - aofmeut of Obildreo'a ifab. ever brought to tha city, cao be ffond at . No. I Halo atrout. GROCEIIIES, VICKERY BRO'3. r Groceries! Cheap Groceries! . Wl ARB NOW RimCIVINO LARGE ADDI tiona to our stock of Urocnrlea, bona; tit a be verv lowset fifiurea of the lata declioa, and will taka great pleasure la giving tbo public ttie Lime fit of our luw parcbuie. . We are determined not to be undersold by any Mouse in the City, either old or new. And will aell at crat If secraatry to carry out our determination.- our an almott everything nana! determination. Ouratok It Urge.ardc.mprieae II. I. a fln.t flL. i 9 "t v -.-- i FAMILY GROCERY. We ara just bow 1b receipt ol a nice amor I men t of Children's Cabs and Gigs, ranging from ft to 1 23, Lovora of ( . - , ZXaple Sugar and . Molasses " I will And aoma eholc aamplaa at oar itore, at a very great decline in prlcea. We have a wall aa aoried atock of CANNED QOODd, such .aa . I Strawberries, Cherries, Easpberrles, Pine Apple, Peaches. Peas, Corn, r ' Oysters,' lob-tersJLcrAc'.''. Alao. Eztracta and Etaencea. Onr rhiladatpbla and Cincinnati Soapa ara equal no- tlioaa. of any other maonfactnre, ana rausiULS littli CHEAria. in will aell ". J-"' : : SUGAR, COFPZE TEAS, and other atapie articles of Oroctrlea at a tmall adrauoe on coat. , We have In etc re a l.rga atock of Liine, Plaster Pari?, and . Cement, i v which wa deliver In any part or tha city, and at tha depot or rivet, free of drayage, r.nl at aa lew a orioa aa an hon e la the city. . . ; : -t I t, 1 Our Vincennes Itouso s " " t i - jwi '"J", Keena na well snpplird with Bran, Sborta, Ileal, Potato, Egg! fluttur, Poaltry, and other art! oua - . -1 -i-lM f COUNTRY PRODZCB.- In fact, onr facllitloa for obtaining Coanw Pro duce of all kinda ara better tbaa l!x of - : any other Uonaa In to city. "Wa call the attention cf fain'" e Soda and Pionie t-Yickerj, v edged by thoae who tiaaetr ! u !. In the city. Wssre ts tor tut BXTBA IfAMILt tt C. : ViCKVKT Tint 'AplHtf 2vt. y,.t.t. i MEAL AND OAT- K.i 0 RBLS. IBBH OOK olaiAL. tj 6,v) bii.ael. White l.., oOV article for svijut nxttivwi J. l''UOfla!tCfC jio. 19, l.a:sr StrattX- CHINOLINE. Hoop Skirts for the Uillioa. iHB MOST BEAUTIFUL BOO'P'feS.IET M the inatket, of every aize frcm 4 to So eprioga, Juat opened and aotd very, cheap at - - r -, .sun a? K.K. KUfiexso k con NOTICE. ' Notice of Attachment NOTICB is hereby pi van that, oa thetweirtl th day of Kaixli, l--i. a writ f at:i taifi.t waa leaned' by ma,-Win. Bv Vf.no a Justice ot the Peace of Vanderborfth county, fitate of Indiana, npoathe atNdavtt of Jacob Eaiftl.r, and aeaioac thefwyla, cnatties, riehta, sicneya, eatdita and aSecla of Kl j.h K. Isurk, and tbat on Saturday, tha titenty-hrtt day of April, 18bti, at 10 o'clock . m , at my othoa iu Kuighfr townehip, county naid, I will proceed to hear and decide on td claim of licob 'A fit r, h -re f (aid Eli.ish 1. Bur and all other concerned will is.,? f:.-s - WM. B. Vab, . Justice of the i'.ire. 1 2s- trEarroiis at Hossxboos, Att'y lor Pi' 3'. $25 Bartlett Sewing Hachic.3i AeVT9 WIIMTIB-TO INTRODCJH TT'E Barilntt i!lelnK a!chne. Prica oiv !ll-. Th oMy ( bmp !M la the P. S. lifu.-c i to Baa the WlienW A w.,iMiti,ornnder ftd. c-p'a are eiesf-Mti from tr to 30 p-mik. ' Ci.n:y rlghta given to Anu. If-rpJime siaps l ai. irons PatiS PrrfKaJ. janl3 2wwtt eo. Ag'ts, T.'Wo, vi. .-J,y, rJL.-j:.... .,,-- ,iii I i CLOTHING, &C GlRLjl'S EMPORIUM -o r- ,5f fid mom Heady for the Spring Trodo I TTAVINS JUST BETtTBSEI) IBOH THE ax aait with a aplendid atock of SPRING GOODS I now offer to thoae in want of good Gaeda, the nneai io or uooda avar (tiered in thla market At Greatly Reduced Kates. Ai I VM in the markat whan tMnsrs wflm vl their Jowwt ratet. I U ogbt mj Ooods for 1 LESS THAN ANY ONE In thla alty, aa othera bought curly and had to pay higher price for the aanie Goods, My block coniiau of a foil Hne of PIECE GOODS, sren as French" Coatingrs,' PANT GOODS. Vesting, all Kinds & Styles. READY-MADE "X- CLOTHING! LOf mv own mako! T now m.k mv R.l..m..l. . . . . : J . uvw4n mj own i i my i htorn. Tbey are of tbe. BEST;'L$iATERIAI-; and tha Finest Workmanship. GOODS MADE UP TO ORDER, At tha shortest notice. . MA .."'. . JEnll Suits Made IJT THISTY-SIX H0IT2S, . . And arjnifcil to fit o no aale. - HOYS5 JDLDTH 1110 A Iargj) lot on hud at vet; low prices, - .. .-; . . ; All Sizes and Kinds GENTS'' FURHISHiriGGflQDSI A foil itock on hanJ, inch aa SHIRTS, - - . XDRAWERS, - . UNDERSHIRTS, -; .--HANDKERCHIEFS, 1 ' a "ties,'" ' ' : . . . SCARFS. , 'i -1 ; ' i GLOVES, HALF'HQSE. . . ,.. ' 'AND SUSPENDERS. I ib i t i? I 4 ... t 4 -- " A fu'l stock of tha above Goods always on hand and of tbot. - -' i Finest equality. GOODS HADE TO OEDEE, Y FOR . rLESS Than any other honaa 1 1 h-SM-rmanot arraca. ... r toaretbr in auc. b . j . . jlV ono can .th n-e If1. jnc. r MONEY city, aa I have made h njy basd to work mpete vmlned ! To Keep rr.i'.Down, s.t u t to 1 e ot -i- r aald- by any one In'Bvana Toa il e float -v iVo.-8"Fix-st Street., -i:-EVAHsy-iiLs,'niiir"' cl J. : H. CAELI1T. - i - snar31.-3ai. STOVES AND TINWARE. IX-.XL.-JBll.XSlVXKJSXC.- EiS KIHOTID IEOM HIS OLD STAUD on Alain attest to bt I aew house, " " i Uo. 14 Second Street, between Main and Sycamore, and received a larga addition to bis stock of tY, so that bow ha Itae iaa Uru-a.n4 but aeincted atoak in th city of Plain and Fancy Tinware, COCKtifi A1 I'EATISO STOVES, , , ; i" ' iIASTLi.S, JIASTL16 FEOST3, The very bet XXAMELSD GKATE3, fins and ... . , - commons - SKILLCT3 AND LIDS, , r-OVE.S-j AND LIR . -r f - t.f::ws -BC6A& KSTrCXST DOQ-IBOKS, EM00THIS l-IITTS, f i-i'-y and wramua, COAL !'! AN f VASE, - BKITANKIA W a EE, ; IBOF TI5fSL', AhD ESAMELJED WABS, and evErythiiiij'conn&ctod with tha business ; In lact, a feenerMl aBAOrtment of Kinso'FniraiilaUIng; Ged, '' Bsr-A good aavortment of Tinnera' Stock. ' All joL.,ini(.anchaaGrJlXlJlta.ltOJl"ISat etc., done at aliort notice. t . Ail wairanted aa reoraaanteS, l-if-ra to aei cheap, at whales! and retail . viavte auuviivu. - , -m i ,i-i,. ,,,.-, - i , . EVANSVILLE, tii.. .MONDAY, APRIL 16;, 1366 Th farmers'-Companion. J. M. GLlttOHMAS OFrUBS HIS IMPROV ED STUMP XXTB10XOS. to tha nnbUo. Thia MecMn) ia on of too moat oaefnl to farm. era now ia nts. Thla Machine ia .designed for 4hrM4ajBJdrt0iQt BnrpoMasf . : " . ' " ' " Fliit fo extract Etnaipa. f . Beeond To haul Saw Legs. i .'' Third To raia and haul large Bocks. It ia durable a impls and cheap. Two bob can work it. .- Varmera U wish their Held and meadowa clean of Stnni', will Sad it to thoir interest to get one or toaa ffiacbfoee : For parUccuira apply to 1 - - i. M. GtEXCBMAR, Ho. 89 ifainatraet, opposite Conrt-honae, mar!4 3vidaw Kvanavllle. Ind. OLD AND RELIABLE (Batabliahed 1850.) Wholesale Drug Store, KELLERti& WHITE. feb7-6m 33 Malta Street. E. W Clook, I W. M. Akib, Formerly of Loaiavllla, I Formerly of Carllaa, ' ; Kentucky.- Indiana. . CLOUD & AKIN.. -WHOLESALE' ' ' DEUGG-ISTS ""HAVE REMOVED TVTo'. 'G ..Tain Street, And aro now receiving flash supplies of Drugs, Iledicines. Paints, Oils, - - varnliLeij-Dye-StuCi, Window-Glass, Brushes, - f ' . And a general varluty of DrugsiistH' Notions, all of which they ara offaiiua at Cincinnati price.. . . All order promctlv attended to. Tha firm wl I be known heruaJter aa. - KdecUdon . --CLOtD AKIN, LUC11 & PICQUET, Wholesale - and - Retail DRUGGISTS," 78 Main Street. 78 EVAXSVILIE, . I-d! TVHOLK8aLB AHD ftRTAlL DEALKB9 IK v v iA-aaa, Medlclaa. Painta. Oil.. oi.i...r.. Dye Stutlw, Patent MmIiciims, Perfumery and Vaucy AiticUw, Pur Wtses and Liquor. , jams om " - r i II AHD W ARE. JAf'OH STR.41II & SOX, Hardware -Merchants. No. 74 Main Street. 1 ty :x..EvansvilleInd.,- t KVITK TUB ATTENTION OF KEK-CIIA-TH. MANLITAO.rBKR. Mltf HAN. ICS and othara to the fullowinff, which wa will aell at I ha LOW AST MAHKET KATkS: C. S. Planters'-Hoes, all sizes. Trace Chains, straight and twisted, Breast, Loj and EUter Cnaiss, ! Ames' Shovels and Spades, I itowi&na s co . no i Portland's " do " do II. . & Co.'s Garden Hoes and Hakes. H, B. & Co.'s Uay." Karrnre and SpdiDff Forks. - -' i H. B & Co.'s Common and Patent Sneaths. ; ' . H. B, & C6,'s Dutch Bow Cradles. 4 and 5 fingers, , v; f H. B. & Co 's Hay .Eakes, 1 and 2, Blood's Cast Steel Grass Grain y Enar and lawn Soytaes, j do . German Steel ; dor,-, do do ! Waldon's Grast Scvthes. ; Franc's - do co Qninebar Scythe Stones, German Grasa Hooka and Hay Knlvea, Pruning Sawa and KnWea, Sheep Shears, t-r - ' -' urass ana enameled Settles and Sancepans, - - American : and 3 English; Tahle t Cntlerr. Pocket Knives, flaree assortment). Parker's and L. & 0. Tea aLd Table Scoons. W. ft B. Bazors, , ,f American and English Razor Str.rj. , Serin.., Koirllah tt American Shears and Solaaor. Grain and Meal Sieves, rushes, Horse, Shoe, W. W. and Ciotnes Brushes. Curry Combs, American and English, Cotton and Wool Cards, . .. - ' Scales and Scale Brants, j ' : - j Bard Frame Blt , " " " elats and Lead Penctla, ' Steel Pepa and Pea Holders, ' - D M. A Co. and German Padlocks, Pittebnrg Door Locks and Latches , t A merle in -crw, . Grranwiod'a Bntt and Strap Hinges, Wheeling; Nails, Brads, finishing Clinch Bad uaalng JSana, New ttyle Molaaaea Gate. 1. 9 and 3 Frary'e Patent Oil Fanata s , v. - Braaa, Metal and Wood Fancets, Cow, ghaep and Hand Bella, . t: Iron, Braaa, Ziroand Brittaoia hopper Coffee If ills Sida hopper and tin bottom Giffee Hill, Ball and tpike Gimblets, ; . , T Skimmers and Ladies, " ,-- Baiiinfr 8pon, ' Braaa and Japaned Candlesticke, Chew, Smith A Oo.'a Tacks, Bra4a and Piniahing Naiia, Berea Gri ndst.onoa fl Hwiigintrs, ' . . BLO&J,TANXKAPdiLLlPS' Hateheta, Band and Broadaxea, Boya' Axes and Foot Adzes, BLOOD'S 8l;ip Carpent r Axes and .4 dua, . COOK, JEf. MUGS' A Co.'a AngurBitts, Bright, Common and Cast Steel Acgura, . - . Kngnan ana American Chisels and bongos, CuMtoa'e and S. A t. Hand, Wood and Xenon Sawa Atkios' Fatent Croas Cut Baws, Kowland'e 61 ill ae. . - - ubio Iwl Co. Planea and Plana Irons, u. iv. Barton's Bhester cooper Toota, . L A 1. 1. Wbile'a BufUlo do Ten a Haate Trasa Hoopa, -Bntcher'a, Speoccr'a, Moea A Qambl and Greave;s beat snglieb a iles, - - - Flat.half ronnd, round and square baatard 318 in.. Fiat aid half ronnd smooth, lu-16 inch, ... Mill 'iie, 10 IS inch. Hand taw File, 8- n5i -",( " Cabinet itapa ana r ilea, ' ; ; f . Cof'Oer Riwte, - " - ' Htanley a Knlea, beveia, Bevu ana 1 ry aqnsjea, Iron and steel tqnares, BemK Dividers, tjallipera and Oompaaaei, f t Brick; 'pMaterinir, pointing and garin Truwela, Cat steel Uattocks, FlckJtJtud. Qrub Hoaa, Cabinet Hardware, Wrongbt iron, braar and tab hi ElEgeo, " - ' " Ironud braaa t;sMor,-- - " - Mahogany and walnut Knob, vTf-I T clIr Flintpaper" V".-"- "...5..... ..t i kagle- Iiock Co.'a till, wardrobe, cupboard, chest, and drawer Locka. ,,. ... .- -s. Coffin scraws, tacks, hinges, platai and handlaa, no Laca, 3 ana row, - - - - Butcher s A 8. . 1. Taming Chieele and donorr liradbttry't'Spokathavea, - - . Boring Macbtnea, , ,i BuiUire Hrdrara, Chain Pnmpa and Fixtmea, Hollow Anvers and Spoke Trlmmera, Washita Oil Stona and Slipa, . r Handler, augtr, croe cat, hate he tl axe, pick, bee, I adze, cblei. file and elans handle. T"ERIM!4 flASIJ AMmiIm ftf.rt nUvitMi: " ' ' V japrA- -'ztew i JAOOIf ST CI AC B A SOS. NOTICE. Order f D'iscontinnisg: a Street in - , Langhlin's Addition to the City of EvansYille. - NOTId IS HEBEBT GIVCX, THAT THE Common CoaucU at tiia slty of Xvaaavilla, at its aeaaion held on tbe W:H day of Fabraury, 1866 paeeed an order for vacating and 4iacon tinning th atreot aitaate i Lsaghiin's Addi tion, and leading from Ooodsell atreet to the weatera line of enid Knlargirtaeut, and dividing between lots V S, 3 and on ono aide of said atreet, sad lota S and 10 on the other aid if said "TpUtof tha part of Langhlin' Additfon In which said street is vitnaU, it recorded ia the city Clerk' oCisa-- All parties intaraateaV BP. fiellng themeelve aErrfeTed b said order, way he rdie by tucking application to the Common Council with- I in aiz weeks from trie mblteatiOB of this order. ' By order of tha Conncii. :,- A. 31. KcSSirr, C'ty CTrk. Clerk Office, lab. &, ,Jeha-w. " " Coroner's Inquest. . NOT1CS 13 nS2iiEY GIVEN THAT 1, J033 Biachman, Coroner of Vaoderburvh ci noty, with a iawi ml jury f twelve peraoaa, AA bbld aa Inqneit at Kreuch hlonii, Lnion T'.wnihip, on the 8th day of April, is06, over ta fancy of a Bian name nnanowo. Verdict of the jury Cam to hil aVeeith by drowoioe. . The boiiv haii on, when foand, a woolen coat. blue Jeaia pants, htrkory ef"rt, b'ocan nr.. and hnmll .miMl HCU. si .oiKOn waii almoin '-: t;-rlf r. " i . anu a a .t. vf'..'- f t - - - .... .. - ..... . .,.,, BOOTS AND SHOES. 0 '0 a 'H' .1 V. .8 Q 0 a, ti 0. 0 ' MBliiiil o O O 0- st..l -SB.0 2 f-rl to A A aa P. s . r-i a 9 f m if J ; o b o .3 a' to ta es , as a THB DNDSBSIONID HATS FORMED A Go-tartnarahln. fnr IT: . nmiM, nf iMnwl. ing a a-eneral Beta 11 8hoa Unaicaaa. and nn ad the Stock of Cody A Bjer, Wo. 83 Slain street, avanaTiue. tds business will be conducted is th name of William H. W.lk-r A Co WILLIAM H WALKXB, - - - - GKOKGX W. WKLkOBN. wiiiwiiiisi., O...KAIN STSEET,. OPPOSITK TBI WASHINOTOH HOUSE. ABK now opening and offer at the lowest figure au&erlor article of Ladlua' .... . , . . ... " r i 1 Kid," Goat and Glore-Calf ; BALMORALS 1 - AHD , , t . ' v s ;l tt POLISH BOOTS, Lastinf' Consrresa Gaiters. Glove -calf Congress Gaiters, .' T ' If Qlove-calf Button Balmorals, &c.1 Lasting, Glove-Calf! Kid, V and Goat Eoots, Misses' Coneres3 Gaiters. of Every Variety, i CWldren'a Cloth. Kid, Goat, and Calf Shoes. MEN'S Lasting Congress Gaiters, Glove-Calf Congress ; Gaiters, '. . 1 . " LASTING BEOGANS, Lasting, Glove-Calf and Pat. Leather Oxfords, Film CALF BOOTS Fine Calf Scotch Boots, It IX BOOTS i- AKD '' ' ' BEO-GAljrs, BOYS' BOOTS, Cair and Kip, Congress, Lasting . and Glove-Calf Gaiters,? y Calf and Buff Balmorals, Tofetber with a Generat Aeeortment of Shoes, Boots and Brogans. Persona pnrchaaing are respectfully invited to call atjt,o.8J Main afeet, and ezamiua onr atock; ' Btar7-6ra . , THE FIES1' STSEET " i SHOE STORE! BOOTQ, GHOEG , " ,-A-asr:P . - "-" -:HA-TS V'; At Greatly' Eednced Prices. HATTSQ BESCMED THE SHOfi tOSINESS, baa in atora olr 'good of every da acription, to which ia now being addM everything! new, beautiful ao4. aatata?al .( reqa.wt for Bprin'it trade. ,r t , ,. ., , .. , I am Bow receiving, and4hiy-wfrf continue to arrive as aeadad, Irona - j -.Hm .' j and tha torronnding towns New Tork, Phil' delphia and Cincinnati, the bast Custom-made' Shoes, for ladies. Hisses and Children, 5 Hen, Boys and J Youths, AH lor aale a. low aa In any town in tha Weft. Alaa.god variety of Hack and colored ? S Q F T H A. whkh I an eloaing oat AT COST. TS 1. W. TURNEB, marS-Bia o. T Firet Street. PHYSICIAN.. DR -.E.tT.'RUNC.E,- i i ? : OFFICK AHD CWXi,LINa If First; Street i First. Door Above Walnut. - ; r"- marl-6ai Strayed or Stolen. F BOX TBS CSDEBSIsKED.OSTHrT!IAT Biorn!DK,a di-rk iron-gray Berw, bnna high, and 5 years oid. A lib-n.1 reward will b given t ary onv returning 1.1m to ta mr. ny rr.t denca ou irat atmat, ta-. door from biow Tina, or giving miormatioa tbat will lead to hta dis covery (ap lw) TH. i':Eltii. . y .SASH AND DQOHS. STEELE & TJilBLE, BCOBD 8T.,BST.;SrTSi;7 AI-X CSS&BT, KTAHaVILLS. iSJjIAXA. ash. Ecoss, ifiirsai? rurrs , Xtba, Ao., Of every doariit;oa Baaian1t . k-J rn tl I.. I... m. CLOTHIKG. !K"o::5. ". v.- -lrA ' T-l 't ' J 1 K 1 IPO-? 1 FIRST STREET,5 EyansviUe,1, Indiana.," J. : lotspoich, . Late of Louisville, Kj., .. (Snoeeaaora to AaiPacHica ft Soa.) : Kasp in Store ovary Grade of ' Men's c J3oy9a G L 0 T li I f G AHD" n rUESISHISO GOODS. , Piece Goods An of all Grades and of beat Uannfao- , ; 1 OlotllS, ;Cassimcresf . TTcstinss, Made up la tha beat manner. Style, Ma . - - terial and fit guaranteed. MR. JOHN CLAEK, On' Cutter, ta direct from 0LE5CEftS BiPOBTEbl OF l'A8H 10SS. full. .n to atyla in vry Garment, aad Will please all who give ua a calL Wa shall give e.pecial atttatioB to ' CHILDREN'S CLOTHING! : AND '-.y Furnishing Goods, And always hava the beat atock la tha city. Lad I, will Sod onr SUITS for OUIIilJltKM very handeoaae. and varv low. Fnll Una of Hosiery and Gloves, ; Alexandre's ' Kids, AU aliea. iUfo 5 First Street, KTAS8VILLB, IND. AC? 5 .FIEST STKEET. Xilviiiisville, Indi , maris CLOTHING. T. A. Ltm. LYON Si Jo. SiMoBia. WOOLtSALI DKALXSS IS , ciiOTHiisra GEUTS' FUKUISHIlfG GOODS, (At tha old stand of Goldman, Berg A Co. - JTo. 24 Horth First Street, ' .... i -.. maiS-Snt .. , . REMOVAL. Charles Adolmann Haa removed hi - i ;" vj ; ' 4 Shop and Boot and Shoe Store, U From First atreet to Water street, between Vina and Diviatoa, when ha as saw located, sad will keep oa hand tha beat asaortra.nt of French Calf Skin Boots, Made in the moct fashionable bub Bar, BOOTS c SHOIIS, . , .". ... . - - Had to order 6a tha ehortset Botica, and Warranted to -Give Satisfaction, Am h atnpioyi nonf but the baft of workmen. HILLINERY. . : Sirs. Bchaeibr WISHES TO INFORM THE LADIES Of K.anavlll. ad vietalty tbat aba atill eon tlnne her Millinery Bnainea. aa Third atraet, oecween Simla ana Byname, Mlflg racatvao a new anpply of Gpring Oooda: also. Draea and Cloak FatterB. Haviog aecurad tha rvlcea of a Bratciaas ' - . Dress aridCloak Maker, Is confident of giving the tnost decided satisfa. tirm. tjhe frals tbankfnl for past &vort, and con tinues to solinit their future patronage, fche ha alao the Agency of ttia celebrated UBOVEBA bakxb '.:...:' . - - - I Sewing Machine, , The (Glrover A Bafc.r Is the noataimpla, darabta And perfect Slewing ili-hlne before the pul-lio. It aaafcaa the celebrated .atlc i oshte Lock alitch, which will not break vaa -oa a biaa, aud aaed bo fastening at t a end of iu aeaaa. It not only doe every other kind of eewing ia a laoat perfect manner, tjut do tha Bioet beautilni aaibroidery. , AO assortment of Machines oa hand aa for aa's. Foil iuaiructiona will be fir en with aaah I Machine by an experienced operator. urn-IB; ..i . -uakulimb bCHAFEB. SADDLERY HARDWARE CHARLES DADGOGK. n Importer nd dealer fa ' Saddler y Hardware, Sprlag-s, Axles, Wood Work. Eam . asks, Varnish, Harness Ea- " ameled Patent Leather Pad Sluns, Skirt- - -ings, k ST. -1 BUWaiT AUCTION. xie ti oncer. Hjs perma;.trdy kcatii hit AucUcm ' ii&os at lTrt' r vr TTT "i irnni i Jm 6i) A.j.:2i.AXa M A, jt JL , ; '. (Opposite tha Waab. g.a X!ij WSser w'!l att-n'' toT! ' ' ef - ' - 1 eaa: t i ftui.. of iiiu t5 - "t SAlt. VTT of . -baaaaairasces or-cMwia&tJ - ESTABLISH KOt 1831 IIJSUBANCE. Jj'ira and Inland Marine "Issiiraiicagcsac, SO. 6 SOUTH WAT2 S1EEET, - (Between Main acd (.oeostj : ' Evansville,tlnd. ,:ARCTica;v;.r:- Insurance l"Vl8 Walt Street, Fair Tork.r Asset?, - - - - $625,888 85. . Iaauro agaiaal toe and rHmag by T1BE and tbe danger of IN LAM) ma VIiJaTIhn term a fvo,bl a th a ore of tb rl.k and reaj Becuriiy a i ,a I nan ran and of the Company WASHINGTON ,:;-,. ., - i 1 Insurance Oo . , . . . t - '"So 17 Broadway, H. Y. i Assets - - - - $688,391 46 ! . general rIBS and IMLAMB- MAKIMK i In .ara DC bn.inrsa. Policifa en titled ta partiol- r-- -. ,o ran ' .a i. o in net proBt. Fonr eoaaaoBtiv divldad of CO PIB CANT. EACH, declared to participating coatomara by tha COLUMBIA ; (fib k) " fI-' ; INSURANCE CO.j STo. 181 Broadway, IS. Y. Assets - - - . . $538,472 76. Insnrea Balldioga, Marchandi.e, Honaahold furniture. Bents, Loam, aud other property, "a u,i ay etas. United Fire and Marine irJSUIL&HOE. CO., Of Cincinnati and Cofir jrton.1 Assets $359,953 31. 1 inaorn HULLS, CABG0E8 and FLAT BOATS, at fair ratea of nr.aiium. A m.r. . I. ., nrA " w.MwB m wo., v. mi. uumoni m no., uans. Uavidaoa A Co., of Cincinnati; tfenra. Ford A Co., Lana A B.rtlvtt. 3. H I'.m i t ."iwmu new aioaay. . , i All I otaos promptly adjoated aud paid.' cvui-Ria aua in an tne atiove comtiaalaa. vw auui, lerraa. ov . EOG4U feSIAKPC, Ajrtat larlT-if Ka. btionth Waturatr.t- A I Co. ; ' 03rd STATEMENT . ' ., OF THE Jab. 1, 1868. Cash Assets. tl 087,455.80 Liabilities Vet Assets. . 2,S9143 3,833,084 37 THIS VETERAN OF 16,000 Fires, , STILL ' ; -- " " Hard . at Work III ' BT AH . - Efficient organisation, of 4,000 practical j vnaencniers,jrom IS ova Scotia to California, and Lake Uuperir ' or, Mexico and the Gulf, ' harmonizing , the , science cf ' averaae with eomnenmiinn vatm 4a (hi advancement of the public welfare, FLATTEHISG TESTIJI0S:iAL8 1 Mp& Insurance Co., , - , w tn . , KSrBlSCK 0EF1ETMEST , OT THE . 4 !.,;.f . STATE of NEW YORK. Tha Insnianca Commissioner to .in .-the Ie?islatnre , ; " Tb tna Inaaraae Oomnanv. of BartfnrJ. OB of the moat Bccaaafnl fir Inanraaca CB panie 01 tuia or any other aouBtry." Oonneotlcnt Oorapanle follow the rulra and practioea of tb jKma alnnat a carefully aa if ia7 ww. nuuuuiwi ia iiamia i.w," i Asain, solatia to errors nf nru-ilM in w Tork Compantoa, th iEtiia'i aucceatful m.n.... naot and solid rule are oailed to their .ti.ti. thus: . . . . - s , .,, ... "It still ramaina mora a m.tfnr ainni. .,.. ItnitatioB ia th insurance world." . . ' By what anblta alcheoiv ha thla eornoratioo been enabled to torn it fuU-pald c filial into th phiioaopher's stona 1 " ,tJ. ; i.i T " w , The avtraordinarv a rente which fca.e dlatla. sutaoea ua anparatiaa oaaotat history." THE AVERAGE LOSSES FES DIEM Ilf THE vnnmv BTATJaH, at TBI8 PKRiuD Or . THE YEB, ABB ABOOT IKSO.OOO. THlt TKLKOKAPH DAILY t.OU.NOs STABTLlNaBOTASOV WABN. ' !" IAS 10 ALL PBODIBX. ' - - PIBSOKU. . De aiot MfUct tk Saeairltw of Rail. i IanrtBti, Policies issued without delay by J. Vlf. HKXBKJI, Agent, aswaaiswlll, lad. "A 1 COa- WHITE-LEAD C0I0B WQRXS, ' Kuuha, miiAs st- to., ' .A ': '" '' ": ,f i e, H Cincinnati 0.---- TMxa'm Xt'imtMV lat Bnlra", Eckstela A Co. Towaiat Bitu, lat Harrison, B ills A Co. ' HavlBK IfMently -porch ad ihe Whit' Lead Work, fomariy knewa a th Work of - n AliXllSON, HILLS, e CO. f , But mora rrcently at th - '. o ' Pluxnlx "ITtilte Lead and ' ' Color Weirlt. . i'f':., Would call the attentloa of Dealers to our Vbmmx Brand of Pars White Lead, Which tobaintt mad under tha espxeial snper viaioa of Mr. iillla, who havabaJ awzperi.nt of twnty-.a year In th jnacBf.etma of Lad. and wa the mannlactur r i f thn tr. d a long and favorably kaowa to Doalrrs and Painur a. ' HA.EEISOJT, HILLS & CO. '3 PURE WHITE LEAD. Onr faetlitlea tor oorrodinsr are anrh aa to an. able a to uent Lrotnntiy alt arder fur tli a bo re brand of Whit Lead, either dry or ground ia oil, which for parity and quality shall have bo superior, ltBM in, Aasricaa or Atig.ish aiaon factnra. -: ... . , .... . We alsd Biasnfaetar th fallowing brasilt ot WHITE LEAD: "Sarsricr," "Imperial," "Col-in- tia," and "CLio." Tf with a fall Ho of COLOB D PAITfl and VlTlV. whteh wa orS-r to tna Trade in ! nttial aawtuimt of pa.kaia at in LOWAf """'"TXIir.HItMcO.. ' oriiia, ho. t b si net itraet. ' For aala by tb Trade genwally. .., "V 12 EGA IS. ctory. . - 3f x a 2 OT, 'Mt.am and Cham. rK-fr L ' aT5 y CLOVviS-VV 6 .do .Praaerved Canton 01ort at th f r.-V . "yV : ; V - OUriB KAA-PEBH' KMPOBICM. VXAV- A i 1, loo hrla Prime PotalUs; ; ',V"!Xa" 'J?T1 X ''-'J 5d.5 0i.iin.: . , rS-- J S mrfUZi ' . 6 do Turnit: . ' - O P B N I B or THE MOU;a.'-TI;cJtG, E LI P O 01 U LI I 78 Uciin Efrcct. E.' A.' COOK .....I03H HE ALT. TT WI LL BE TUB AIM t K THE PKOPBII- X TOK of tre (,'' k.fjwrs' Kmporinm to anaka It tbe Kowfrj. artera t all kinds of Family boppliea, both Staple and Fancy. Onr Ooods ara all new. and aeltfCwi with great care by onr Mr. H. A. GOO a., lb chuioMt quality of Oooda ia every line at the l...t market price, and perfect aatafactina in all ca-a guarantetd. Strict par tonal atten Job given to ail ordtra from cbiiUrea and arrvanr Bef ectiully. tAUiilti'a A a, Mr' luK buAPrt Th beat I ni.de in the I nlted stales, aud only to b f nd at tha HeUSE -KKFPKttS il.H r'OKlUM. BCKSKA'A fabkN I OV A STABCn. 76 bo ImryeVs fatin til-aa Biarch ; I" do . - do Snpriid' 10 do Torn rfti-c-u, at the HOISK hKK'Ktiif EMPOKICM. MA1ZWI. A h w article for iv-wrt, at the UOt'?a k l I'tU' A.VPOIiiCM. .'Oa TiliS BKM T'i K OF H-II, an to th 7 . UOU-B KBtPkBS' KMatatDH. AX THA FAT UOh Af ACKEKEI.i & do do bay Ko 1 do 10 do f a-g Xo4.i aud S - : do, aae'd 6 do Ezt a Labrad rlierrlcf : 1,000 lt Cfidlisfa ; 3 IrnltirjNo, 1 Silmid; , j $ 10 hf bn. No I W hite 'ieh ; ' , AO hf and qr brto alar.kerai, aaa'd ; 40 kittsait'd M. 1 eitr. Ho. 1. and No. 2. Mackerel, warranted new and A No.'l, at the J)l HL.a.9 IN BAHBKL8. 15,000 choic loos . Pk-klea, la brl or 1 y the l. i-n or hnndred. COOS A HaAbl'S, 7( Stain atreet. BAGS t UOICK BIO Cu ; 18 do Prim do , do 6 do Java do at th HOPSE KEEPERS' EMPOHICM. t)K BBLSObDUAB; 6 do Crushed aud Powdered Sugar : i"ao a nugar ; fitiere a good Brown r?ngar, for sale low at HOlBB.likiCPi.ita' KMPOBICM. the 5BBL8 DOUBLE KACLS 8TBFP, the best ia the city; 10 do Boetoo Amber isyrup; . 8 do I x Bojrar.Houaa Moia'SOi ; 6 do Choice H. O. do at COOK A H EALT H, 76 Main atreet. IKGLIH BLOaTSBS. 1,ik eboio Jtngliaa A BUalart, tha flnaat ever offered in K.aiaviila, at tb HO(JbK h.kKPKUV KMPoEiUM. ONLV TO Bfi HilNO AT"?HS HOCSK KEKPES3' EMPOB10M : . . 260 Ih Pitted Oried Chrria; 2ftOlba Dried Blckbrn; Iba hew Irk frlrti plum; c 140 lbs Dried Kaavburriea ; 1600 1bcic!ly Plnnia. , . , .-- ! 1,000 che'ee Cocoa N'uta, at COOK A Hi. A LI'S. 5CAEa GKSUliiX FhEHOa MUcTABD j 5 do Imt do do 3d. PkkM Olive J ' ' . 3 do Ck ra ; , i 15 brUaaa aKnt, Almond, Fiiberta, WalBaU and Brazil uta; 1 cask Canary tieed ; 1 do U p do; ii! r-rtl at J OaSUK itV'S, 7 Main a treat. IMPOBTK.' I1AL1AN M AO ABONI AKD VEB AIIOILLA . S cae Macaroni, Imported; -S do - Vorniicilla, do 85 l)ni Maiaroni, doiuoatio; ' 't !!6 do Verniicilla, do at 0R A Hi ALT'S. ISSKJiCE OoFFES. 60 lji.ro Pl.iladlp ila A kaaenc. Cofloe, at CO.taV S HCaLI'S. LIOI, DATkS BA1SINS, etc , etc. S. U boxra Layer Balains; : 6 ma a t erdit-aa do ,( . 10 boie gnltati do " ' " 5i6 drums Fia:a; .. . .. IMiboxes d ' " , ' - " 6 do. Cenoa Oitrrn ; - . . ' 6 eaaka .tut Cnrrauta : oaaaa French Pranea, In Jan; I do do oo . in glaaa boian 3 mat. aira choice Date j o tiaaKets napitat igs , Pur.nii : Beets ; Applx; at Hie liOl!-KkklCPEUS KMPORHIM. J.NOLIrtU 8 IftJKS AND PiOhLiM. A la doa.n hl.piut V) orceatarakir rauc.: 10 d. pint do do ! ia- 10 10 s do do do do do do Louden Club do do Ki.g'l-ll do iOlio dhow Plrfcle) as. d Kugirah " do i . ;, t Plrkld Kij Csl.l,acj . do - Canlfllonwr ; at th 3 110USE-K AUPklls1 KMPOnrOM. f ONDOS FdtU'KK AND ALK. ., . . Aa'M zsb Hlbtieri's Porter; ,.:'-. it do Baa Oo. I... at the 1 UOl'SE KSKFilBS' EMPOSirf'. SOAP.-lOboaea Imported Oerman ('into.. p COO B. A B EA LY'd. 'pEAs 30 hf-cli alaa.'d oub Myauii, Una, A uvwdar. Imperial. Oolonir. Muirliah Break. faat au& Japau T.aa. , In Teat, we throw down the eannllot to alt. and cba' lrnfe copiparisoh of prlow and quality, , 7 aiaia atlee;. I I 'llT our Si Blwk Tea, t the A UOUtK.KSEPIi.A8' EMPOBIOM. ODB YutNO UYrON, aoaalrd fur the price. at Si 40, cannot be CO.'K A BEALY. ( MASSED rBOITH, Ac.-. J bo doceo White Heath Peaches : 10 do Brandy Peache: do 1'rc.h Tomato ; do do P ; i do . I do Corn rV ' ' do do ritrina; Bvana; do do ' Blaltilerriea ; . do do Rtrawb rrtea; . ' do ais'd Jellle; do Tii,Jato.Otflop; , do Peach MarmaUne att COoaX A BbALY r), 7d Main atrn.t. 10 10 10 15 IS 6 IE XTBA fcLUi Att-OUatLI IMfllr.; do do Dried Bcf : ... f d '' Broakfaat Bacon ; . do nhou'dera; . , . ... ,t do Ham rbtuau, at tha UOtbE-KKEPKBS' EMPOBTTJM. YAfiKEItV'iOBl'ABLEs ; , 20 die 1 lb oann ITrvah Lobitera: 10 do Iba do . do do 10 do 1 lb do dofalnion; , do 2 lbs do do do do a d do do Mackerel; : - i IKl d 1 lb do OovOyaiera; ' 30 do 2 Iba do do do . " ' r,; ! 10 do da do Lunch Oyster JO do Pick lei Oysters, laglaaat ' -"' 10 do Spiced do do Uondanaad Milk, at ' O.iOK A HEALY'S. 'A1 NDBRWn' BAKIKG POWDKBi , Durkea do do, aaa'd sixes, at COOK A HEALY'S. BABTLETT'fi BLACE1 Hi to be .wnd at tie HOUi-K K BEPESa' KMPOltii: M . CtALJl'OBNI W1S.K4. , ''"' : ' 10 case California Port Wine t . .. . 10 do do H.ck do 6 6 S do do do do do do A n no Una Win.; l uacateil do Brandy; is 6 do do sitters. ! Tb abire Wmae ara warrantd PtJBE, and are I Big' ly retmisiwinded bv aM PliraM.na. For tala at in --- MOUBa,-li.KPICKrl' AHPOBILM. DENTIST. ,W ' Jf 1 1 I . ' ' I ) x . ji yw a. ts EELIMO HIT TIUVKi-CI. Foil TUB A Lberni p;i'"airerroaiviyt darinft the paat I.. or yean, and boing a ..riaiieut real. Jen t of Oil city, deairea ail puraoia (whrthar ttiey need hia pru'i lonal aervjee or a jt; to vl!t hia roomaaod ei-atl-a Varlat Strl' lwerkBaaerMlnd Imcroreents and Inreat It i Are Doing made, an-1 avervtMnt that will v arv. thetntaroal of hi pattern iauwured by Imn. Ul , Istabltsament and FacIIltl s j Ara equal to any In ' j .m a i t kr if j i y i e .-..7 , He tas EsTeral A n s th s tia ' I Allwlatla; Pslia whia .... i.. fcavb. JExtjrenttataj lAaelv aliat ar aunkan oan 1 raotored to apar !y .'.i uniuw wuwur. jkii uaeirai;-. atyiiaiol , fo? AETITICIAL . ;i.e E TS, ror mad BiVwhere In tli TJuit?d feutw,"ra trjfcd tj fctm. Inetruiiwltit' of Children' Toth suecm. Biiy correcUHl. Tuoae having , ,. "DEOAVCfi TEETH1 ' '. ' ' Khnald cHber hav thera Evtracin or Fli!f,th latur -r puaalble ) Tat b-l.n ui tite partiw and . - tne retnatulna: Ttir;i d fnit.'i it. bALUALO.O ALI - Tr.11fO. ' ... Ai..i 'hr I'A'.ATal "a Office Heolbrast ear. J- irl and Irlain ... AJerxtnl OiMce. 'I'Bi rBSt'8!BF.B WOrLD P.K-PKl TKCL A. iv taloria the citizen, of iivanivlllt, ,ul vic!nty, that b haa removed lac-ir bia old ofllce, oa Alain street, to 17o. 10 Tirst Etrect, Bttween Slalu and L'jcuat, ' Vier ha at sow crtnared to perform .11 li-. varioc op. rtlona baion!in to tho pruieasioa ia tbe moat skillful manner,' vi. i. .... i j . riilirsr, Cieanicg, EitractJo aai Inserting ArtiScial Teeth. Carafol aitfotioti r ivfn to ! ildrnri ' T.Tth. t would CAil particular attration to my sty 1 of . Artilicial Work.- From a TiH)th foil aw l'i-rt d ( v tfr.s -n. in tnny j'ftr mi j! o-n -ii"t i j a.o',';i - tl J rV -"-at-J I a G 1 1"