SUESCRIPTIOV ySSMS-IS ADYA3XE
Oaeyeer,by farrier 919 00
One year, by Sail ....... 10 00
Six month) ........ A 00
Three monthly .......
One month .......... .. ...... 1 Sf9
Per weea, (six ppers), served by Carrier M 9
WeUSK.LT, FEB 1EAB:
Onoopy ,WM... .......ta 00
On year .... .tT 00
Six months ....... OO
Three noi i bi... .,. .. S 5
Aa eetrs espy aval wia sack b( o lea mm fer-
TrtrrfAfi ftf rW4 ft..
rXIO.V STATE TICKET.
" .... For Secretary of BUt,
Tor Auditor of Btle, ;
. , thomajs b. McCAHir, !
. - of Wabash. '"
Tor Troaiarff of Stat ),
QEN. NATHAN KIMBALL,
For Attorney Genera,
DELANA E. WILLIAMSON,
Tor Superintendent ef Public Instruction,
OEOltGB W. HOSS,
..".: latest Hews. .;
. , Preparation, it i said, 'ft re being
made to bold the "regular terra of tbe
, U.,8. Circuit Court io Richmond next
month, atiti the trial of Jeff. Davie, for
treason, is expected to take place in
about two month,''
..... - X. ;
la (be .House of Representatives, on
Saturday, General Garfield io support of
si motion made by bim to adjourn ins
tneiliBfly after the House met, deliver
ed an able and affecting speech on tbe
life and character of Abraham Lincoln
after which Ibe House adjourned until
Monday. ' r-
' ' Tbe drivers' ftrike In New York con
4iDaes, and signs of violence are begin
7 mng to be manireste(j.
The Caulkers of New ' York have
struck for a reduvn of boor of labor.
Tbey bave indued an address to the ship
owners and merchants, in which they
charge the muster ship wrights with
. making exorbitant profits on their work.
! ' Tbe funeral of General Lyman Van
Saren took placeja New York on Sun
tiny. ; :ii - '
. r An attempt was made at Leesburg, by
tbe Federal troops, last week, to Arrest
. , tbe rebel guerrilla Moaby, for appearing
-in tbe streets in rebel uniform. Tbe
marauder took to tbe woods and made
Lis escape. ' ' .' '
The North pacific Railroad Company,
nk Congress to naraiitee tbe interest on
$57,000,000 of thpir bonds to run twenty
. years, . .. ,', , : .
- Tbe steamer Angusta has been ' sent
to tbe coast of Maine to watch tbe
,' Fenians. H- 1 ""! ' 1 i
It is reputed that Louis Napoleon is
witbdrawir, f "tbe ' French troops fmn
Mexico, lu d that Maximilian is Bupp.y
Ing their places with Austrian and
; 'Belgian recruits. t
Tbe City of New York with one day's
later news has arrived frca Europe.
It is now said that tbe French troops
will be withdrawn from Mexico in three
detachments, viz. r In November next, in
. March, and in November, 1867.
There is no change in the Austro-Prus-aian
1 1 " The report that the United States
Government was negotiating with Den
" mark f;r a For; ia St. Thomas, is denied.
. Judg'' - Ider wood ! f oblisbed t
" "4 explaining bis late decision in a
habeas corpui case at Alexandria, Ya.
Gold quartz is reported to have been
"i found on the Potomao, 14 miles above
Nine Fenians are said to have cap
tared a British revenue flag on Indian
- Island, on Saturday night, nnder the
guns of an English man of war.
. A suspicious brig was captured on
Saturday night, off tbe coast of Maine,
by a United States Revenue Cutter.
There is great indignation felt in
Canada in consequence of tbe secret
trial of Murpby and bis staff. ,t
Tbe scare In Canada -is extending.
and, many, are croBsiug over to the
fetates lor saiety. -
Mrs. C. C Jlay, having returned
from Fortres' Monroe, has laid before
the Presid tecommendations from
Oeneral Grant, ; Senator . Wilson, and
Tbad. Stevens for tbe release of her
hufHand on parole.
1i rumored that the President has
appointed Mr. S, G. Courtney Uni ted
States District Attorney, in compliance
' with the dying request of Hon.DanieI
Tbe Beeratary of War declines to con
firm the sale of .the Liucolu car, made
at Alexandria orr- Thursday last. It was
struck down at $6,800, and cost $15,'
COO. Ex-Mrebal Lamon was the sue
cessful bidder. It is proposed to place
the r?ar in Ford's Theatre as a relic of
the war. ' '
s PsaesofTiO! op Union Mkn in Ecn-
nociT. Mr. Zeb. Ward, of Woodford
county, Ky., is just now being made the
ubject of malignant persecution by ex-
rebels of tbat county.
In 1862, Mr. Ward was compelled by
- General Juuiant then commanding at
Frankfort, to point out such men in
AVooiiford county as were or bad been
active rebels. A number of these were
, subsequently sent to Louisville in charge
. of Mr. Ward, who paid their hotel bills
. stt the Gait House, to prevent them from
' eing put in the military prison the
night they arrived in Louisville. He
also, the next day when they were
"placed in the military prison, gave each
of them what money they thought would
'. he necessary for their comfort, and sub'
aequer.tly used Lis influence to procure
- their release, in which be succeeded.
Now, these iograte rebels bring suit
against Mr. Ward for falsa imprisonment,
laying their damages at an aggregate" of
,f 140,000. -H
Witharjbel jury, his conviotion fol-
"lows as a natter, t course.
A PrsMRAfu ;,led. A desperado
named MbDji with a hand of cut-
throat, hcii la- s
maintaipin j a w
toe, Mies. Oo 1'
-a.ek, tiey mu.
Kit , ti:d
for some time past
i of terror in Pont
idny evening of last
-ed an. old farmer
; daughter, with the
"rurpose of rebbiog the old man. The
stttentioa of eee ef King's neighbors
kaving been'ttr-.t-d by tha discharge
of fire arm i .tit y listened to Kings',
san.el v',; nsi. a-''? succeeded in kill
ctptarinz on of hi
. . f the gauges
jrnt-r viirWB v wua
f - . lm MtDoita'd
I ' b lowers
I"'" -' " '..,-ctistitates a 'uti-c,i-A-
. when ve Ule -- .
, .4 V-.y-.r..r'i- ; ,.
r,eJ M''.t. -- ?
t-Tbe Evansville Joobkal cornel
down on its champion, "Jim Lane ot
Kansas." The widows of murdered
Southerners in that God-forsaken com
munity will, no donbt, heartily indorse
tbe Joukkal's conrse toward that mas.
Why don't yon raise yoar own voice
in favor of the widows of murdered
Northern men, who were etarved in
Southern prisons, shot down like dogs
and buried like so many dumb brutes?
The blood of those men purchased., the
freedom yon now enjoy, and yet yon
have' little to say Jn benalf of them.
iSTln Memphis they pay $6.20 pe
thousand feet for gaa In Cincinnati
they pay $3.25, and in Philadelphia they
pay $3.30. -
, PAPER. .
Ko. 7 1-2 South Pint Street
Wrapping, and ,
h Manilla Paper. ',
Cat Cards, '
Wl WItl. KK1EP A OOMPLBT ABSfHlT
Disiit of everything In our Hqa, mt wliolw
hIb kud null. Lt til who dolre icood buod.
Olioap, Mil wurty zwnlno cur mock. .
8. N. DOCK Kit A CO., , ,
: Ho. Ti Booth Flrrt trt,
Mrl-tf InHtvlllo, Idioa.
DRY GOODS. &o.
Spring Pry Goods.
DO TOP WANT HKW BTTL1CH IN PRINTS
u4 iMLtlne. U the kWMt prieM t Ob to
- ' Ho. 40 Mto ilreot.
O TOW WAKTAHRIDttlSII FOB AK
Mwrtmvot, go to
- PrtsoLi. -
DO TOO WAST A FINK PARASOL OB 8TJ8
B11ADK? tor varlst? nd oletrMie, ro to
. .., . lfBAIMOOMSrS.
.,. ' , Silks. '.
DO TOO WANT A SILK BB?S FOB
qniUity ud cliipie. Ro to
DO TOO WANT TKIMMINOS, BDOINOS,
BUTTONS, o. For m.methinR n.w, ft to
SIAU A MUOWKK'.
DOTOTT WANT BLBACHKO AND BBOWN
DALE prion? Oo to
, , BEAD A MOONXT'8.
DO TOO WANT FISH IACH, TIN! FANS,
Olovrti, Ilonlery, rkl Ooll mn H't
krchlelT Oo to UAU A MOONKY'tt.
DO TOO WAFT TOBKOUCB TOOB XXPBN.
6 SB I Uo nd JOST PBICN (beforo buy luj),
B( BKAD A MOONBV'M, -
mrl3-3in No. 40 Hala (trvet.
Groceries! Cheap Groceries!
WS AI S NOW BICKIVINO LABQB ADDI
tlooi to mr itock of Orocerhw, boagbt lb
rry iowMt tgatt of lb. Into dtclluo, nd will
tnie (ml pleuuro la gt'lng tbo pabllo tbo beno.
fit of our ow pnrcbua. , t . ,
We are determined not io be undereold
by any Home in the City, either old or
new, ,: , ; ; 1
And will nil at eo.t if ucnuary io carry oot oar
datermiuation. Our ato -t la Urga.apdoouprtaM
alms.1 aTerytbloi naually kapt ia a ft rat olaaa
Wa an Jtut bow la receipt ol s aio aMortiMat ot
Children's Cabs and Gigs. ;
ranging from f4 to i5. Lovara of : :
ElaplO Sugar arid MolaSSOS
wilt find iom choice- aampla at oar ilora, at a
vary graat dnolina In arlooa. Wa hara a wall ai
aonad atook of OANNCD OOODS.auch aa
Strawberries, Cherries, Raspberries,
Pine Apple, Peaches, reus, Corn,
. . ' i t
Oysters, Lob iters, lc, ic. ;
Aho, Bxtraota and BUonoaa.' oar milaoeipbia
and Olnoiouatl Soapa ra aqaal tto . tboaa of
any other mnoofuciuta, and rauaian a in.a
cHBaraa. -Wa wilt sail - -
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEAS.
... .1. tit flmrarlaa at a mall
ad Tau c ob coat. Wa ban ra atora a l.rga itock of
Lime, Plaster : Paris,
' Cemont, .
which wa dallTar la aoy part of tba elty, ana ai
tb tht r rl.nr, fraa of drayaga, aad at aalow a
prioa aa any buo ia tha oily. j
ia 1 :
Keepa ot well anpplkd with Bran.SBorta, ueai,
rotatoet, Iirirs, Butler, i-uuihj, u w..
la feet, car faetlttlee for obtaining Country Pro
duce or ail ktnde are twtter tnan inoae ei m
any other Honee hi the city.
We call tha attention of funl'tea to onr B'ca
ff. d. and Vicnlo Crckera. which ate acknowl
edged by thoee who hae tried theu to be the beat
In tne City, we v vm. orauua w.
m:- riLa.Di d bus,
Apt Htf Uo. 132 Main Street,
amaawawamemi . i.. . 1. i .
STOVES AND TINWARE.
II. 13. BLEMKER
FBOSt HIS OLD STAND
M on Main atroet to hi leew houao.
xrA 11 Rp.nnd Street. :
between Stain and Bycamora, and received a large
..ii.i... (a hi. w-k nf ware, ao that now he baa
toe largiet and beet aelected itock la the oity of
Plain and Famcy Tinware,
C0OKIN8 AND HEATING 8T0VF8.
MABTLX3, HAN TLB FBONM
Tha very beat SHAM ILED GRATK3, Baa and
- j s
fiKTt.t,T AND 1108,
, el-UAtt e, fci t lii,
SHOOTHIN7-IBON8, fancy and oommoa,
OOAb HODS AND TASKS. -BU1TANNIA
IRON, TINNkD, AND XSAMKLKD WABB,
md everything aonnected with tbe biutneeat in
mot, a generol aaaortmeut of .
IIe.ee C urntctilnn; Goods. ,
SS A good aeaortmitnt o Ttoini' etock.'
AU Jobbing, aooh aa OUTTKaiNa, Hoof I NO,
T K Xa 13 OKA II-
New Yobx. April 16. The car strike.
all the roads, an oe-
..tnnLl mr mnnics on Sixth; avenue,
it i. rnmnfitd that tbe drivers are inclin
ixr tn inUnce. and demonstrations will
ha md tnav to tear up some of the
rod. Police are stationed in the.wi
ous precincts where the drivers pSjife-
ttat ihm xreasorer pi ub xuiru
avennn road puhlisbed a card this mora'
in?, stating that tbe Company in the.Iast
five years nas lost over n,wv.
Th eanlkers who are striking for
reduction of hours of labor, 'have "pnb-
sbed an address to the shipowners, mer-phe-nts.
and others of New York, gating
tbat tbe exorbitant bills made on them for
retiaira are the doings of the msstersbip
wrights and not the actual charges of
th ranlkera themselves. ' "
. The funeral of Gen,, Lyman Van B
ren took nlace in this city to day.
Tbe Tribune's Washington special
savs: An attempt was made last week
by tbe Federal troops stationed at Lees
burg, to arrest the notorious guerrilla
Jobo 0. Moabv. in Confederate uniform.
Mosby took to the woods and thus avoid
ed the gaards woo nrea several snots.
The Northern Pacific Railroad, whose
projected route runs from Minnesota-(o
Oregon and tbe Pacific coast, are asking
Congress to guarantee tbe interest on
fifty-seven millions of dollars on their
bonds, to run twenty years.
Tbe steamer Augusta is to be sent to
Maine to prevent any revolution of neu
trality laws by tbe Fenians. '
A Washington special says the official
evidence is tbat Lonis Napoleon is with
drawing bis troops, and that Maximilian
is substituting Austrian and ikslgian re
cruits. , i twy,,Jf r
Some excitement has beeii caused bere
by the discovery, ki thi last few 'days, of
some gold quartz about fourteen miles
from bere, on the Potomac.
Tbe Herald's Eastport special of the
15th says: Some armed Ferjl'ans cap
tured an English Revenue Msg on Indian
L Island last night. They belonged to the
crew ol me t eoian prtvaieer, irom wnicn
thev lowered a boat, and proceeded with
muffled oars ander the., gi ns of the war
ship Pyladea, and in teach, at atiy time,
of the picket boats. .Tbflag was sur
rendered without a shot be.Sag -fited. It
is believed there were iso s.44iert on the
island. - , i ' '
Tbe U. S. gunboat Winoosk arrived
iWs morning, and anchored off the town.
Reports from Calais say tbat ten ot the
volunteers at .St. Stephen's threw down
their arms in revolt, but were arrested.
A : suspicions brig was captured last
nlgbt hf the U. S. Revenue cutter Ash
oelt, and was towed into the barbor to-day.-'
The Herald's Canada correspondent
lays that pubfie indignation, in rs;gard to
the secret trial ef Murpby and bis men,
Is openly demon? rated ail over Canada,
and sympathy lot' the prisoners ia thereby
excited. ; , atP
The scare is extending. It prevails
along Lake Erie's shores to. as great an
extent as it does Tin Newt Brunswick.
The people are flying to our shores for
safflty. -. . fc! - :
Tbe nerald's Washington special says:
Mrs C. C. Clay returned from Fort Mon-i
roe, within tbe last few days, and has
laid before tbe President recommenda
tions tor tbe release of her husband on
parole, from such officials as Gen.' Grant,
Senator Wilson and Stephens. Tbey all
express tbe opinion tbat Mr. Clay iwill
observe bis parole, and his conduct in
voluntarially giving himself np to the au
thorities en'itlea bim to this much con
sideration. His release at Fort Monroe
from confinement is expected in a few
days. !: .. j
Naw York, April 16. The steamer
Vera Cruz, it is thought, will, with tbel
exception of part of tbe cargo, prove a
New York, April 16 Tbe Tribioe's
Washington special saysi Mr. Wakem&n
returned last night, having, it is under
stood, taken with him a letter of appoint
ment, frm Mr. S. G, Courtney, Assistant
United, States, Attonney-rrihis being in"
compliance .with tbe last wish of Mr.
Die ki-ion. and. being, the message he
to tbe President before he breathed
his last; The President has written alet
let to Mrs, Dickinson expressive of bis
sorrow at the death of her husband, and
assuring uet of, bis sympathy .lor her
sorrow.- ;' . . " f
Nsw York" April 16 The Times
Washington tpedal saysfThe Secretary
of War has announced that.be .will not
confirm tbe sale of tba magnificent Car
bich bore the remains of Mr., (Lincoln
to their final resting place "in Illinois.
The sale took place last Thursday at
Alexandria, under order of Q. M. Gen
eral, in pursuance of an order from the
War Department, at public auction'. The
car was included in a lot of Government
property, and was struck off to Ward 11,
Lamon. late United Slates Marshal of
the District of Columbia' for $6,800.
The car cost the Government eomethine
over $15,000, and was manufactured by
tbe Government Miliary .K. IS, Compa
ny, to be used by Mr. Lincoln when he
should have occasion to travel by rail
road. Air. Lamon, a steadfast .friend" of
Mrr Lincoln-,- purchased "it to- prevent
other bidders from getting possession of
it for exhibition, aud be coincides with
Mr. 8tanlon, who thinks the Govern
ment should hold tbe Felic-aud; placet it.
among the rebellion archives tn the lata
Ford's Theatre, i j'-'M'-t
. The steamers jifaratbort'-)n City of
New York, from Liverpool, lave arrived.
."' t--i i j ;
WssniNaroN, April IC.-JudVe Under
wood, of the- U. S. strict ftjo'urt for
Virginia, has published a' cai'd to correct
a perverted report of one of ' )is.-itecent
opinions in a habeas Tpus case. J The
Judge says: "In thai opinion I did not
express a doubt ot the legality ot tbe
late peace proclamation,; nor wav.it le
gaily called in question by any one con
nected with toe case;' nordiC : 1 express
tbe opinion that the writ at.Aabeas car-
vus could not be executed in one Stite
while it was not suppressed in anotuer,
bat the verr contrary opinion. , Myopin
ion simplv was that the late peace proc
lamation did not reach the previous
proclamation Of President Lincoln, bus?
i- .... ,4k. -. . u
penuicg in certain jshws iu vpi an tua
States lately in insurrection! ;-and stated
that the peace prochmatioif did hot in
elude Texas; and if tt had it- was not
intended to have so broad and general
an application as the; petitionee--' sup
posed, and. therefore refused to grsut his
prayer. -, - lXr.t - s
a 1 a -'... i
Washington, April' 16. Among the
mass of testimony submtttdd to-dey from
the Committee on Reconstruction , was
thavatf. .itQB.-A -tlv- Stepbena M r,
Stenheos eives, as his opinion, that an
overwhelming fjajority of the people of
Georgia, are exceedingly anxious tor the
restoration of 'the Govetumbt, .anil fr
tbe Statei to take her 'former position in
the Union, and enjoy all her rights, and
ad in at all ler objurations as s.5tst nn-
dor the Constitution of the United States
as it stands amended, liie opinion is
1 h4 Ln haw i tm sanf rt ttta rvar1a ft C a
!" flf .f.-.
is, tbat tbe exercise ot tne rie&i qi
secession was resorted to from a desire
to render their liberties and institutions
more secure, and from a belief on their
part that this was absolutely necessary
for that object. Be thinks the people
ere- perfectly satisfied . with, the experi
ment,' and tbey wilr never 'f'f sort to that
kind of redress again..," lie biieva tbe
only hope for their liberties bow is, the
restoration of tbe Constitution of tbe
United States, and of tbe Government k
nnder the Conntitntrt -J f"; :
Nsw York, April .IS. The VrasbisV
Son dispatch -saySv -Another be-teh- 'of
General high f;:-ades' will sooa' VI saSr
,Mwt AnA nnwmmnmvtit - Zltrti .i 3f i
' I"'ire i.iu.- - t . a
haYedatttu. x--i U r,:;5 ra.ee.
i i C i i.i
New Yobc, April 16. the steamer
City of New York, brings one day's later
news via Qaeenstown.
Liverpool,' April 5,: H. Austrio-
Prussian situation is unchanged..,;
' Notbinz to confirm Pacific news.
Tbe French troops will- be. withdrawn
from ' Mexico in tbree detachments
First, next November scond,ln March
and the third ia Wovemser, 4o.
It is officially denied at Copenhagen
that the American Government is in
treat? for tbe War Port at Sa Thomas.
'i The Hibernian Irom Portland arrived
at Londonderry on tbe 15th.
; .Cotton .firmer; ? Wednesday's prices
advanced id on Thursday, an J Friday's
market easier and improvement partial
ly lost; Wednesday s saies, 10,000 bales.
Breedstolfj, quite steady. Provisions,
quieL - - :
r Londo, . April 5 Consols, 86J
Paris, April 4. Bourse flat Rentes
67f 42c, 23c lower than yesterday.
Regiments are being ordered to camp
at Chalons, two months earlier than
a sua', and the report has arisen tbat
France intends to make army observa
tions in view of protection of the
frontier. . :. ."
Florshck, April 4. The journals
bere declare that no military prepara
tions are being made by Italy, and there
is no question of concentrating troops
at Bologna. - The military movements
have simply been occasioned by ordinary
requirements ot tlie service.
Hobo Kosa, March 15. Tbe Te sea
son is over. , ibe total exports were
14,000,000 pounds. . ;
Shanghai, Marcn y. lea : quiet
Silks inactive. " ", ' .
Losdo,-C, W.,' April 16. The sup
posed accomplice in the seven-fold Phila
delphia murder has been arrested here.
He give his asms as Cbas. McCutcben.
Southampton, April 4. The Brazil
mail baa arrived.
The French ship Pauline with 7,000
bags of ccfTee from, Ilio Janeiro, was
recked on Kio Peal, on the23d of
February. The crew was saved and
landed at Balna. . . ,
Washi- i wo, f April 16 Tha Presi
dent to da, nominated to the Senate, for
rnnfirmation. Mr. 8milh.'Prnaidnt nf Ihn
Central National Bank, to be Collector P
for the port of New York, and Samuel
G. Courtney to be ; U 8. Attorney . for
the Southern District of New York, vice
JHr. Uickmson, deceased. , ,
It is rumored, and on such authority
as to leave little doubt, tbat Henry S'ans-
bury, of Ubio, has been appointed Asao
ciate Justice of tha Supreme Court of tbe
Unite4 btates for the Southern District,
vice Justice Catron, deceased. " "
MiiiWA meet!,-April 16. The United
States Circuit Court has affirmed the
judgment in the case of Selab Chamber
lain against the Eastern Uivision of tbe
LaCrosse llailroad Co, for principal
and interest, amounting to about one
; Toiionto, April 16. Orders have been
issued for -the -whole Provincial force to
parade and drill tfo days in every week.
Also, a proclamation, directing that the
act respecting tha public health be en
forced for 'six month, 1 and also quaren
tine regulations., .,',..,, , - ; d
., CiNcrsNATi,' April 10 Noon. River
fallen 4 feet 9 inches, with 23 feet in
the channel. Weather warm and cloudy.
Cincinnati Market. .
OiaoiTif April 16. '.
FI.TJR la in good demand and prlcea atill ad
vaonfti.. ataitdvd encernna 7 (K to 7 SAf extra
S OOOfH Vi, family S 6U(10 00, fancy lu ai
U IKJ. ' . . - - . '
WtlCATIe nnnt lied and li -her; Nn. S new
rod 2 oo. aud S Ugi iiO for Neil; old ia held at
3 4U,-ajS IM I i
to an U Id good demand, at 62,35.1 j la ala
Toliira. v, .
OAT8 ara to higher s 40o for Bo. 1 and 3 to for
o. i. - i -
KVB 8'tn at 70rii(75c. .
BABLEX sncbauged ( for No. 1, I 10; Cana
dian 1 26. -
WHIHKT dnll; aaleaat a 22.
. PBVlblONi apeut-d S'm r t eloeed rather
tget-ti nioae pork iielS at .. a6;i.i MJ f.r -oun-iry
and oicy ; bulk menu bold at 10, 13 and 14)e,
bat not much done ; bwoa li, 14H and lAHo- - -'
LAKO bald at lSlSJ-jc, but bo buara at
orer 13. ;
- OR'i'JIf RTKf? unchanitl, ? !
COTTON dull j nO accutata quotations can U
'Naw ToK. April lS.t,'
1LOU1 10(ai5o better, and la pretty good de.
nu ll at 7 4o7 8U for extra (
WHISKY I. at-aJy at 8 21!' j
WHIM moreactlTe, an.i l'jtio bett-ri I SS for
good Ohio, 1 65 fur red, 1 7IH91 70 fir new No. I.
. BARLET doll aud nominally nuch.nged. '
C.iltN doll and nominal, with triSing taloa at
79(itHlo lor unaountl, 81(tiio for aonud mixed,
boih In etoreaod dullv-rod.
OATS ara quiet; 42($49o for new wee tern, and
68gM for old.
t OFF B dull I '
- BUO SB dnlt j 1010, f,vr Cuba.
MCLASSiid dnll, and email talaa Porta Bios at
PETBOLIDX dnll at 24o for erode, and 37(3
for refined. ." '
1'Otta. opwed firmer a 96 OOSC S7S f ew
ua, eloaihg -mi 4S ooeeeh ; 26 1X125 ill for aid.
and ill 6U(g2. 00 I t prima. i
tt'Tf SMIT1IT. 'f f 1
fttoeks' mi7y y -r r -
Ooid 11. si l!-S. Ci.SOempenaof ISC5, 1M,;
10 40 coapon., lit aeri, M, 2nd aetice, 100;J
jvoticb is ticnrBTeivsN to allthoue
Xv hsvinf a aelf Mag-i -, i? ' - , . j
"1XA.TX D- LOOM, ' 5
Tbat w re pr-pari ta faruiaW tMn. on fli
Warps for weaving Jeans,
Of tha bint quality, ready to weave, aa low aa can
be boue-bi ftnTwtirirM. ' k i i. -. i x . ,
Orders will be promptly attended to.
. eeuu oa your peaoter- 4 - i
;.-.. i. i - ' JOHN VT. 43BDEN A ot., !
Oor. Bond atreet and C'aDt
TO! o0'l;'",P,fc:t ory.
II 1UI llflUlSMUNIU Ual-il'ltLi r Afl
1. nouDce, te tha ubiio 1n aeueutW bat meet
eepectally'to'lhe' Farmeratbat ibey are prepared
to take tn wool lor manurectnrlug Into the lot
Jeans. Blankets. Coverlets. Plain
f and "Plaid FIannelJVX.mseja,
Batinetts & Stocairisr Yarn.
On tha moat en!ito terms aud abort notice.
We have aleo a good anpply of aboTe UQde on
bar' foa aale or txchaoira for Wool, eo tb tt per
aon. Hirers at a ntatance. who briua er tend tbalr
Wo9 early, ra . have tbetr good right off. Price
lint for, masuu.ctaring will beeeston application.
I Otlca ana JEaatucy ooroar Boud tn-e( and Canal.
' ave-tiu JOHN W. OBUKN A OO.
,,,, , t&T TO THE LADIES.-!
GEO. H( ,REED;&,CO.'S
01 s WILL JfOT JFREEZIL vJ
Patented October 17, 1865.
npriE eonetaotmemand wa ba'e bail for I IQUID
X. DTAf kaa induced aa to pat ap a complete
line. or r v v ,ve , s. , -v . T
40 Shades, all tiquids,
which will recommend tbemaalTa o t?ot
lilXLTANCT OF C0L0R.C '" '
KIMPT.IOITT OF TJrE.
0 CEBTAINTT OFj BATIStACnOS
Kiomplete DlreclioriWor aaa with every package.)
asaTTJSE THE BEST ABTICLE.rt
From eminent Cbemleta, on each package.
Sam plea actually 1 dyed wi'th' each' of the colors
on ailk and woolen, may be aeea at tbe Drag
Btoree. . h -
' SMTSoItt lEirery-w lera.-l
aw If roa doafra to Intnre GOOD CO LOBS. In-
quire torRtwl'i oiuatie Dyei, and taJse
GEO. H. BEED A CO., Boeton,
" " " Manufctorer.
For aala iy CLOUD ft A SIS, STaoeville, Ind.,
art maBafiwtnreri - prlcea. mint am
rBBt.SOBH MKAL. jatt r.-cc ied end lor
r aaia Dy- . J. v afwpuuja a i w.,
Mo. 18 H aUj-etr?t.
7Ci BiiLS OlCMkNT, joot rrceivod end for aaia
Z ' No, 19 Water atree.
BiiLSW IifTS LIME, ja.t receieed and
fvr aIa by J. O, DU'JsOUvw rT s w. ,
't A V r I 1 . ' HO. I mwH WTW.
BUbliSWi IXA.aSAAJVAXa,JaaS re.
i lEVANSVILLE, am, TUESDAY, APBIL 17 1866
The Farmers' Companion-"
JM. Gtl'CHMAN OTF1CR8 BIS IMPBOV
. ED lLilP AXTBACIOI4. to tha pabllo.
isia aiaeatsaiatmaoi torn moat naarai to rara
ara bow ia oaa. Thia Hacbiaa ia doalgaad for
throe lnpnrtaat purpoaea: . , - J
Fiiat To j tract S ton pa.
8acoud To haul Saw Loga. '
Tbird To rala and baal lara Bock. '
It la dorabla.s Impla and cbaap. Two maa aaa
work it. .. -
Farm iti who with their fialds and aaadowi
clean of Stomp,, will find It to their Internet to
get one of tbm SlachlDee. f ,
For particulara apply to
J. M. GLIICHM AN, t ; I
No. 89 F.atn atreet, oppoaitr C'eort-booae,
maris Ssadaw iTanaTllla, Iud.
OLD AND RELIABLE 1
"Wholesale Drug Store,
KELLER & WHITE,
J-A Mala Street.
H. W. fi,0FD, f W. M. AiH,
Foroerly of Lool.Tllle, I For marly of Cerlie,
" '-"CLOUD & AKin.,
BATE IiEMO TED
IVTo. C1Ma.iiiL Street-
And aro sow recaiTlDg freah aoppllea of
Bragi, Hedicines, Paints, Oils,
varnlstes,; uye-Stults, 1
A ad a general variety of
Sit of which they ara offsilue at Cincinnati
All order promptly attended to.. The flrm
Wi 1 1 known barealter aa.
iecl2 tieta , , CLOUD A AKIN.
Wiiolesala and Retail
78 Main Street. 78
KTASSYJiLE, ? e ,..tjv." I5D.
WBOLKSALB AND BITA1L DEALERS IN
Drua, Medkinoo, Paiuta, Otla, Ulaaaware,
Dye Stuff., I'atuut &ldloinea, Perramery aud
Fancy Art.cle., Pure Wlnaa aad Llqaore.
jenll Hat , . ...
- J4COB KTRALIl & SOU,
- No. 74 Main Street,
, Evansville, Ind.f.
Invite the attention of web
CHANTS, UANlffAOl DBEBS, SI ECU A N
ICS aud othore to the following, which we will
aoll at iba LoWWT MAUKiT JtATKS: .
C. S. Planters' Hoes, all sixes, '
Trace Chains, straight and twister!.
Ereast, Log- and Halter Chains,
Ames Shovels and 8pades.
Powland's do do
Portland's do do
H. B. & Co.'s Garden Hoes and
- ' : :- 'Bakes, - ' ;
H. E, & Co.'s Kay. Manure and
J Spdinsr Forka, : ,
H. B & Co. s Common and Patent
. . Sneaths,
IL B, & Co-'s Dutch Bow Cradles,
4 and 5 ngerg,
H. R & CVs Hay Eakes, 1 and 2,
Blood's Cast Steel Grass Grain
Briar and Lawn Scythes,
ilo German Steel do do do
Wi,ldoa'a Grass Scythes,
jsrane do do
JJnineburg' Scythe Stones,
German Oraae Hooke aod Hay Kelrea, '
rrnaiai uwi igg ainn, -- ' : ,
Sheep Shears,. ' - : ;-'.)
Iras j and Enameled Kettles and
American and English Table
Pocket Knives, (large assortment), '
Parker's and L. & G. Tea ai.d labia
W. e B. Eaton,"
American and Bnalieb Baaor Ktraoe. " '
German, EoKll.b a Amaricaa Sbeara and Sclaioro,
Orain and Ileal Sierei, . ,-. , .
Brushes, Horse, Shoe, W. W- and
Clothes Brashes. :
Curry Combs, American and English,
Cotton and Wool Carda, , j
bo ilea and Scale B ami, . ! ' I i
Bard Frame blatoe, ' ' " '
biate aad Lead Penclle, .
Bieel Peaa aud Pen lioldri, - ' x .
I M. A Oo. end Serman P.dlorka,
Pitubnrg Door Locka and Latcher, j
Groenwt.ud'e Bntt and Strap DIngea, I
Wbenllng alla. itratta, Ftaiabing Vlfcb and
; Caalug Aaila, - - i
New btyla atolaeaes Gate, 1, t and 3, i
Frary'o Patent Oil FatwU. ,
Braee, Metal and Wood Faacete,
Oow, Sheep and Hand Belle,
Iron, Bnuw, Zincend UiitCaalabopperOofEMMUl
bi.le hopper and tin bottom Ji ffo Mllle, ,
Nail aud tpike Glmbiata, , 1
fck ton more and Lad lee. v
Patiug Bpuona, j i '
Braee and Japaoed CandleeUcka. - .-.K-t- ! '
beae, Smith A Go. 'a T.cka, . .. t .4. '
Brala anil Finishing Malle, ;
Berea Orlndotonee aed Ilanglna, '
BLUOD, TAMlulfKaPulLLIl'a' tTelctteta, Band
and Broadaxee, Boya' Axes and Foet Adzea, .
Fl.OUD s Hliip Uarpeut r Azea and Adroe, . :
COOK, JENMStio' Oo.'e Angnr Bltli, ; '
Bright, Common and Cast eteel Angara,
Knguen aati amettoan unieete ana uongea, i
DiMtoa'e aad 8. A J. Hand. Wood aud Tenon Bawa
Atkloe' Patent Oroea (Jul 0awa, ; -. j
Kowlaad'e Ulli c:awa, - . - , : 1
Ohio Tool Co. Plauee and Plana Irona, ; "
D. B. Vartoo'a Bocheetnr Uwper Toole,
h ft I. J. Wblte'a Buffalo
Ten a Haute True Hoon.
Buicber', Bpeoorr'e, mora m Qambla ana tiroare
- s beet Knglieh Fttear i
Flat.balfronnd, ronadaud equare bee tard 3 -IS la..
Fiat at d bnlf round emeotb to-lS Inch, , -- ,;,
Mill file, W-tf. tncti, ' 2 f .
Hand baw File, 8-S Inch, C S :'.. f - - ;
Cabinet Baope aud Fllea, J
Horae eboe Beape, - - -
IHauiey'i Uultx, Lerele. Bayll aad Try Sijaareev
Iron and eteei bquaroa.
Bom to' DiTtdera, Ualilpere aad Oompaaaea,
Brick, plastering, pointing aad garden Trowels,
Gael .toel Uattocka, Plrjte and Grab Uoe...
Cabinet Hardware, l t
Wrought iron, brae and tel le Hinges,-' t '
Iron aad braee Ueotore, ' -- ' '
Meh.'gaoy and wainat Eaobs,
Fliut Paper, - ' ' '
Kagla Lcck Go. 'a till, wardrobe, cupboard, she,
- and rtrawer Locke, . t
Coffln acrewa, tacks, htngns, ptalesand handles,
do Lace, t and 3 rowa, - . . .
Botcher's A 8. A. J. Tnrniag Cbbels kod Gonjca.
Boring Machine., -... - - ;
Buildiug Hardware, -
Chain Pumpa and Ftstnros, I
Hollow A n. ore and Spoke Trlmaers,
Wnehita Oil Stone aad Slips, "
Bandies, anger, tro cat, batcbet, axe, pick, bee,
ailr.e, cbiRel, file and plane handles. i
TERMS CA8U, -Orders by Mail solicited. ,
apro-2tew ' JACOB 6TBACB A SON.
Order of Discontinuing; a Street in
Laug-hlin's Addition to the City
of EransTille. . u-cu
VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THB
AT Common Council oC tba oity f Eeans-rtlla,
at Its seal ion held aa tui lath day of February,
166, passed aa order for vacating and diecon
tluning the atreet altnate in Laughlin'a Addi
tion, aud leading, from Soodaell street to tha
western line of aaid Kalaxgement, nd diTiding
between lou I. 2, 3 and Son one aide of aaid
street, and lota 5 and 10 on tha other aide of aaid
"a'pUs-o tba f a'rt of Laaghlins Adx'.tlon la
which aaid atmet ia situate, ia recorded 1b tha
city Clerk's office. - , '-. ' - -" - '
All partifc? interested Pr feeling tbmselTes
aifirrieTod by taid order, may be redrsea by
nuking application to tbe Comooa Conncl with
in six weeks from tha pohliaatioa ef thia order.
. By order of tha ConneiL
1 A. M. McQRirr.Clty C!er!t.
Clerk's Offlos, Feb. J, lSu. fcbil-wSw
N OTIC 8 IS BE BIBY GIVEN THAT I, JOHN
Biechman. Coroner of Vndertiiirh onnty,
ii . w.ft.l inrv of twelve oersons-, did boss aa
lr.qt.f jt at French Blongh, Vnioo Township, ob
tneStbdayof April, 1S66, over tbe body of
Verdict, of the jnry Came to kill aWfr fcH
l'i.. bujv had on, whott found, a woo.
. . . " ... .1. i p. h r (
x i otue jeai.B iu.( - - . ,
and browa wooUnss..age BCJ.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
1 . i -
' r. O
rpHl CNDESSIQNED HAVE FORMED A
X Go-partnerahlp, fcr tha porpoee oi traeeecJ
lug aeneral BetailShoa Ucaineea, and parches
ed tbe Stock ol Cody A Bir, No. Sit Mala street,
E-ocille. The basinees will be contacted ia
tha uaaie of William H. Welk- r A Co.
, ...WILLIAM H WALKEB,
, Q SO HUE W, .TV ELbOKN.
OPPOSITl TBI WASHINGTON BOUS1. t .
ABB bow opening and ofler'at thalowrst flgnrea
a superior article of Ladies'
Kid, Goat and Glove-Calf .-. 3
T3 j.Tu JML O Xt -A. Us S
AND ' ,
POLISH BOOTS, i
LBsting1 . Congress Gaiters,
Glove-calf Congress !
t :.; ' Gaiters, jv
Glove-calf Batten Balmorals, &e.
Lasting, Qlove-Calt, Kid,
and Goat Boots, '
Hisses' Congress Gaiters.
of Every Variety,
Children's Cloth. Eid, Goat,'
and Calf Shoes. '
; - MEN'S'
Hasting Congress Gaiters,
Lasting, Glove-Calf and Pat.
- Leather Oxfords, " 'f
Finn CALF BOOTS
Pino Calf Scotch Boots j u
2S1II BOOl j S
' r r f (
S BOOTS, i
Cair and Kip, '
Congress, ' Lasting ' ,and
Glove-Calf Gaiters, i
and BiHT Balmorals,
Together with General Aaatirtment of '
Shoes, Boots and
Psraens pnrchaalng are respectfully iorlted ba
call at No. S3 Main atreet, ana examine-one stock.
. . ,,,;, umar7-in'- -
THE FIRST STBEET T
-e- a a oaar aaw
HA VI NO BE3UMED Till SHOE BPSISEPS,
haa ia etoro avaeonable good'of every tie.
asriptlon, to wbkh U now betogaSded everything
asw, beaotifal aud sat stantlnl lu reqnii for
Bpring trade. . i t
I am now receiving, and tbey .will ooutinns to
arrive aa needed, irom t - '
13 O S T O IV n
ana the sarroondlng iowns New York, Phila
delphia and Cincinnati, tbe beat
Castom-made Shoes, - for Ladies,
Misses and Children,
, Men, Boys and Youths,
All for aala a. low as in any town In the Wast.
Alao, a good variety af Llack and colored "
S O FT H ATS, i
wbkh I am Closing cot AT COST. '
T. W. TUBNEB,
BtarS-Sm . . . . Nc T Flrat Street.
DR. E, T." RUFJCIE,
OFFICS AND DWILLINO ;
X7o. 24 First Street
First Boor Above Walnnt. ,
v marU-Sai - ;
, Strayed or Stolen. :,.
F BOM TBE CNDEBSItiNBD.ON THTJBSDAT
TsorolBY, a d. rk Iroo-gray Horse, f hands
high , and b years o'.d. A liberal reward will be
giea o ay cue rvtnrsing Lim to mat my reel,
deuce Ou Fir.t street, o.i . door from beiow Vine,
or giving tafurmatioo that will lead to bio dis
covery. , . (ap Iw) - i .TH. EMBICH..
SASH AND DOORS.
STEELE & TRIBLE, ,
gCOKO St BAT.OESTN0T AND CHS HE ,
B7A' TILLS, INDIANA.
;. 9 - :--r'-f-',--r vj
Late of Louisville, Ky!,' I
(Saeceesorr to Asit-achib ft boa.)
1 ' Keeps ia store erery Grade of '
Men's &, Iloy'm
An of all Oradea and of best 11 an a fee
sf ; . s '
;) lOlotllS, - .
ei .' F at i
, i r;,'" '; "'
Made np in tha best manner. Style, Ha.
v , ' toriel and fit guaranteed. , ,
mC John ' clare;
Onr Cntter, la direct from OLENCBOSS'
BEPOBIEtt OF FASHIONS, fully ap
to atyle ia aeiry Garment, and w il
aa all w no give u. a call. ' ,
Wa shall glr aper lal attention to
c hTld fj e r j ' s .
.- i A A
Furnishing Goods, ;
Aa aVwItys Atree tbe'-liaat stork la the
nty.f Laaioa llt and oor. bliJTir lor
I'll 1L1K It N eery bandsome, and very
low. Fall line of
2 Hosiery and. Cloves, I
OC libO .Aifsias.01 .) 5 A. ;
TSo. 5 First Street,
i ' i.
i .;. a. X
"3 I3T'n.l.aj -Vl 1 1 4 1 X aal i 'i
LYON a SEMONIN.
WUOLISALB DEALERS ITS ! ..,
GBHTS; FURNISHING GOODS, .
; (At the old stand of Oo'dman, Berg A Co.) i
No. 24 North First Street, t .
Bas removed ii
Shop and Boot And Shea Store,
Fmm First atreet to Water street, between
Vine and Division, where he la stow located, and
will kep PC haejUlM sl asaortmeot'-f - -
French Calf Skin
Hade la the most fashionable manner.
IGMaJa Wcirde a thbahorteat aotlea, and ,
Warranted toi Give Satisfaction,
As he mploja none bnt th bit of wotkmea
B2rs. Scliaefer 1
mrirtrEB-Tti iKFOSM tub xai is-t or
. kTiwvlll!n .W.lty tbat eke still con-
tluuee ber atllliuery Bcaine.e, on Third etrows,
between Main and Sycamore, having received a
now anpply of Spring Clootie ; also, Dreea aad
Cloak f uur as. Having secured tha aervLaa af
r Dress and Cloak Maker, ;
fseAatdsot of.lvlBg thv-mes decided satislao
tion. nbe foete tbenkful far paet favora, aad con
tiaoee to eollclt tbeir fntare patroaga. tbe bas
a'so the Agency of tbe celebrated UROVEB A
BAKES r. t
Sewifi "Machine, !
The Grover A Baker la tbe most simple, durable
and perfect Sewing Machine before the pubtio. It
mokes the celebrated Elastic i unl.le Lock-Ktitth,
wbiuti will tot bra even on a- biae, and net-da
noiMntetiluar at t e end of It, smhko. It, not only
J dees every otber kiuaVuf eewiag la a moet perfect
manner, bot dose tbe moa bvautilnl embroidery.
A b aeaortmeet ef alacbiaee ob Band aad fur
a'e. Full lD.lroct.on. will be given with each
Slarbiua, by aa experienced operator.
t . t. V
, ,j-t v ( Importer and dealer ia
. . i,,.: itiJ!.i!'l-l"' ''
fiptLn's; Axles,' Tood WortJ Dam
asks, Varnish, Harness En-,
ameled Patent Leather ,.:" ;
.... ... - - pa(L Sjua4v.kixt-
ings, &c, &o.
.,x .rt' ftiv !tV!
IVo.1 S ST.
, j. '..-., I "mart ,.; r f '
' Illft.OI KEUCS, . .
i: ' j.-. :' '
XT. rS. -c'kYictioiAeer,
Ea$- pemanfhf located his Auction
K " smooth at
" (Opposite the aehfagton House.)
Where be w" - - e' "'m brwt-
-riro ; and Inland Marino
Ho. o SOU 13 WATER STREET,
(Bstweea tfaln gad Locust,)
Insurance IO oM
- ITo. 18 Wall Street, New York
Assetf, - $625,888 85.
Insures aeainet toes and dameee by FIBI and
tbe dangers of INLAND NAVIGATION, on
terms as ftvorable as tba it m of ,h. wt..
real Beeiuity of tha inaarsd and of tbe Company
Insur a n c o Oo.
- No 172 Broadway, N. Y.
Assets ----- $688,391 48
Dose a areweral flBS and l Nn mistks
suaaranae numness. PoHrla entitled to nutlci.
"r ia ran A.s.air. or toe net profits.
i- ... aivioenes oi au rsa t a ri V.
EACH, dtclared to participating customera by tbs
No, 161 Broadway, N". T.
Assets - i - - - $538,472 76.
I nan roe Bnlldlnss. ' kterchaerfi... rrAn..hM
Fnrnltnre, Benle, L-aaoe. and etl.or nroiiartv
United Piro and Marino :
Of Cincinnati : and Covington.
Assets ' - - V -.' $359,953 31.
inenwa HULLS. CARGOES .n.l n.ATRnl Tfl
a lair ret, a of premium. Amung its potnae ara
tiavia Uibsoa Co., C. L. iintaont M Co., Cspt.
Davidson A Oo . of I.wMt,.,i u . r ... k
Co., Lane A Bartlott, J. U. Farry ft Co.', af Lou-
isvl l rsa a nn nas. aw s hm,
kMieoe promptly aJJuawd aud paid.
' OmS-Policlea ieened in all tb.
Barl7.tr aa 6 Month Water atrwt.
OGrd ' STATEMENT
or tub .
i. t " v.... i ' IV - . N V X V t 1 '
C ' v.
. ,,, , Jan. J, I860. : ! '
Cash. Assets,...... 31 067,455.80
Xiabintias..."..,..'..... ' 244.39143
NeLAssets......... 3,823,084 37
; , 18,000 Fires, '
i-,,; 4 ITItl. J ''
--.rjrisWat.-.VaT4aaasv t f"
, , UY AN ....... -I S
Efficient organization of 4,000 practical
vnaeryyruert,jrom A ova Scotia to-u
- ' California, and Lake Superi-
Yi or, Jtlexieo and tfwQulf, '.'
harmonizing the ecience of ; ' s
average with- compensating rates to
the advancement of the public welfare.
Miiiz Insiaranca Co.,
- ruui TUI
I5SIEASCK DEPABraEJfT ,i
, . or THE ' 1 ...
STATE of NEW YOIllv:
The Insurance Commissioner to
, tha legislatnre : . J'
Tha Etna TnSBvance Company, of Hartford, i
one ot the moat naaeeeefol Fire Insurance Com-
panlt-s of this or any of her auuntry," : 'I
"Connecticut Companies follow the mire and
preotfoee of the A:ioa aim' st as eareftilly aa if
seey .were ewveuitHi ia etetaia iw."
Agalo, pointing to errors of practice In New
York CuBipaolee, tha Etna's aaceestful manage
ment and solid rules are called to their attentive
tnae: u .-. , (
'It atill remains more a matter of wonder tt-.ea
imitation in I us lo.uranoe world. " :
' ' ' - ,) . ..:
"By what snbtle ale hem v has Ibis corporation
noon enamea vo turn its nu-paid oepitat Uto tbi
pbiloe-vners tone ? " ' , , . . , , , .., j ,
a .a .af-i: a . '-
- " Tbe extraordinary events which batsdlstla-
gutsnea Its aoparailad Snaacial alatory."
THE AVKBAGB LOSHES PES DIRM IN THE
VMITdl) HTATEo, AT THIS PKHKiD OF
s, THE VAK, ABB ABOUT S tftO.OOO.
, TH fc Tgl.gGbAPr! DA! L OCKlg i! 1
TABTt,INONOTAF WABN. .
" " - IO ALL PBLDAlK't ,i j,
: ... t '. rXBAONa. ' .. ,
Da aot BSglset tba aVMaritw of Kcll-
'Policies issued without delay by' j
AlCXStCM, Agent, : '
WHITE IKIB & COLOR WORKS,
ECKSTfill, BlttS. & CO.,
' .. i-. - - - . i
Faao'a Ecsrrsiir, hu Salre, Eck.toln A Co, !
1 Towaasna Bilia, lata HarHaoa, Ellis A Co. '
- Having recently prrch eot the Wblte Lead
Worka, formerly knowa as tba Works of , ., . -,
HARRISON, HILLS, & CO,
j i -. ' tn w BoS Bsoas rtcently as the "'
M) ' ritfcnlx Wlilte lad and
Color We rk, s
Won Id call lbs attentloS of Dealers to nr ',
Pboenix Brand 'of Pore White Lead,
Wblch Is being made aniler the especial an per
vt.toa of Mr. till is, who be had aa experience of
twenty. five yeare In tba maouloctare of Lead,
aad was tbs meaaiectnror of the brand so long
and favorably kaowa to Dealers and f staler es
. 'fnAP.PJSON, HILLS & CO.'S
PUKE WHITE LEAD.
Oor faculties tor corroding are each as to an.
able as toexecnte iromptly all orders for tba
above brai.4 ef White Load, eltber t?ry or gror.ad
in oil, which for psvity end qnaiity sbali beva aa
superior, either ia Amertcaa or Ang lea awiaa
factora. : We also suvoefectttrs tba following brar-ds of
; WHITE "LEAD; .'. " I
"Snperior," "Imperial, -Coluin-bia,Mand
Together wUh a full line of COLOB1 T PAINTS
and i'L'TTT, which wscCor to tbe Trade in tbe
nsaal assortment af packages at the LOW tat
AuESTEIS, HII-L A CO., -"
Ofli JS, SiO. S Boraat atreet.
For mle by tha Trade geooreily. e.;S
NAILS AND SPIKES,
; Best 'Ilammered .
HOUSE end HULE SHOES
Too ' On.lIsf- .
"... .i", i, -l '.-- :..'
house SH6E irxus.
OPE NI If
t ' . OF TKf- . f
1 76 Ham Street. "
H. A. COOK..
r1 WILL BE TEE AIM OP TUT, PBOrKIl
TOlis of the ilou.e k-oprs' i'nporhim tc
make it tbe Ui-ntcji er ton i ,! ti-.v, ot F.tslly
tmppliea, bo-th itale ad Vancy. (.m-Uoixu oie
all new atd snitcird wuh great care ty oor Mr.""
H.A.COOK. Tbe cboieofct rjueiity olOutd.la
every Hna at tbe lowest market price, and perfect
saUeractlua in all catee gnarsntetd. btrwt per.
eonal attonioa givon to nil ordtrt Irom cbtldrea
and aervaut. - Bespectfuliv,
COOK A HFALY.
BABBITT'S KIW YORK eoAl-M. Ths l ast
m.de to the L nltod Mates, acid only it te
f mnd at tha HuUSB-K RkPKK8 E POKil .
T-tCKfkA'S OLt.N t')VS STABi U
AJ 75 bnxea JDuryee's fatle Ulxts starch ;
lu do a do Snporlor do
10 de Corn Sta-cU at tbe
BOUfK Kbkt-KbS' KMPORITJlf.-
MAIZENA A nsw article for I'ee-rt, at tha
HOU.ife K kliPltli' MPUB1UM.
J. OB TU8 BKtr sTiit'K or T-H. go to tba
' flOl'-E Kkk.PKBS' EWPUBIUSS.
C BRLSEXritA FAT MiOttK MACKKBkL
s ft do
do Iey No 1
I a ge No.. 2 sud S
S do Bst ai abrad rUsrrlofi;
1,000 lbs Cudrtsh;
3 Cm l.nn o. l ttlm.iDi
10 bf-brie No. I Wfcite Ft.h ;
. 60 far aud qr brls Mackorel, aiu'd ;
SO kittsssi'd No. 1 extra. No. 1. an 4 No. S.
Mackerel, warranted new and A Nn. I, at tbe
r ll'itM'tit.l r-ferts- I JfruritUM.
T)ICKT.K9 IN BABBKL8. IS.ixW chcioe looea
JL Pickles, in brls or by tbe doron or hundred,
at COOK A I1EA.LV U, 7H Mala street.'
BAGSCHulCK hlO COFFkk;
&do Prime do. di
S do Java do at tbe
HOUSE KKKPEBS' EMPOKICM.
i Jrt.-Mi and Powdered Stiffart
Itido B Suiter j
6 tiem s rood Brown Pn.-tir. Vr sals low at
the HnOIC.KAKPKH.v KMPOhlUM.
5 BRLS D0CBLB ALS bKBUH, the beat la
10 da Puston Amberwymp;
6 do Kx bnnr-liouse kiolaeaes;
6 do Choir N. o. do at
COOK A HK'AtY'H.MMeinstrest.
ENGLISH BLOATkiid l.noO choirs knxi'.b
Bkntera, ths finest ever oltored in Kvan.vtli
at the HOOSE-KSI-.PEli-t' KMPtihlUM.
ONLY TO ! FODNO AT '1UH liOijsE-KkSPEOS-
aSO lbs Pilled Dried Cherries;
ft0lbs DIm! Blarkberrloe; '
'iO lbs New York Driod Piaoia; ' '
MI Ibe Dried Rsplarrtee ;
1"0 lbs bicily I'lutns.
COCOA N CT. 1,000 choice Cocoa Knts, at
CtMtK A H KALI'S.
5 CASES GENUINE FRENCH MUM AhD;
6 do Imt do do
3d. Pickled Olives;
3 do Capors ;
IS brtierVd Nnts. Almonds, FUberts, WalotttS
i an J Br&eil Nuts;
1 cask Jauary Seed i
1 do fi'-nip do; Imported at
COOK A UKL'8. 76 M:n street.
IMPORTED ITALIAN AtAUABOMl AND VAS.
MIC1LLA . .
6 ca.ee ftlacaroni, Ittiported;
5 do Vwm tril'e, .do ' ' -
25 boxes Macaroni, domestic; ! '
26 do Vermlcilla, do at
COOK A ITEALY'S.
T.''88ENCE COFFER. 0- bones Philadolpula
l oeencrt Cull , at
XuE A Ukan'o.
,nO-(, DaTKii. KAISTNS, ete , eic-
6 mala r-ed,eas do
It) boxos Hult)i.a do - . r. .
' Vi drums FigsJ
160 hoses do f- -. .-- ;
6 do OeuoaCitrcni
' 6 casks 7. ml,. CnrrauU ; ,
, S cue. Freach Prunes, In jars ;
. 8 do do co lu glass boxes;
S mat! extra chofr? Detrs; . , , ,
ft bankets Neploa rln t
10 cases Sardines, wbo?s bnlf and qr, boxes;
0 do Preserved Teuton Cinrer; at the
HOUSE KtkPEltis' AMPORIUM.
POTATOES, ORION8, Ae.
100 brie Prime Potatoes;
0 do ttui no ; f , . .
5 do Turnips;'
Sdo; .araius ... h'-'y ''
1 do Boots ; ( x i
6 do APt,,,,; at the '
- aol-B.KK;icpFHS, KMPoamif.
ENOLIHII 8 UCfcS AND PlCgLKS.
IHdi acn bl.pmt VVorceetersblre tattre:
10 do plats do dn
IS do tendon Club - - ' do
10 do Kuglisb do , do
S do Oboe Chow Plrklot; ,..,'
10 do aes d English -tio
S do Pickled fled tbbage; ' ' 5
3 do do Cenllflnwnr; at the
1 Hous KEKPii.'.:s' iMrnitiru.
I UNDUN TOKTKtt AMD ALE.--,
Aj Jtd. rou Hibbert's Porters. ;
M do Bas- A Oo. l, at the
Hol'SK KKKi'Pits' tMPontr vi.
SOAP. lOboxes liuportcdO'-riBSit i!Htil- up,
at , . ; (h3 A HEALV f.
'I'lCAS 30 hf chMtsas.'a V .ung HyeoS. Ouu
L powrtor. Imperial, Ooioog, JCuglisi, 1 ink.
fast and J..pan Tone. f - . -
In Ion., we tbrow dowp tbe gauntlet t -.11.
and challenge comparieoa of jirlcoe sud i i' -,
t ,..,'"" " '
'Jyoor M.TCVft.KTkPB .8' EMPOHf "V.
iVB TOP Nil IIVSON, at 1 l, caim-.t b
eqiiKled I t the orice. - COON. A 11 aiA 1. F.
CIA N Mill FBI.' IT.-,
Mldoaen White lloath P.-echco; ' -
10 do Mramly Peaclitm ; , t -5- .
' S do Froeb Tomatus;
10 do do. Fess; 1 .-j-:,' V.
' 6 do " do Corn ; ' .
6 do do String Boans; f t
10 do do Nisi ktterris ;
,10 do do birawb rrlos;
16 do au'd J.lllo ; , . ,
16 do 'i omato Catsup ; ' '
r 6 da Poach kiarmalade t
" COOK A HKALVfi, 78 Main if t.
j do do Dri-Kl Bwif.'
do da ' Ureakfaat Bac n :
do Shoulders; - . .
do Hera EUttskg-e, at the
HOl rtK-KKSPkBd EMPOBICd.
YANKEE VKOETABLKS , ...
, So do 1 lb cans Fresh Lobttort ; 1
10 do t lbs do do do , . .
10 do 1 lb do do Salmon; t
S do 2 lbs do do do, , 1
S do S da do do Mackerel: .
so do lib do Cove Oysters i ' '
.'10 do 2 lbs do do do .
10 do .2 tie do Lunch Oytr; '
10 do I'k-kled Oyeters, logieits; v,-,
10 do Spiced ' do
,S, do Cunduoaed Milk, at - ? '
' ' ' . ' " A I1EAI.Y rl.
ANDREWS' BAKINO P0WDA8;
Dnrkee's do 'I", asi'd elase, ot
COOK. A Ilk A I. ,1.
BABTLKTT'H BLACK IIO to h.f.,r,Dd,(
HOUSE KFK'PKBS' E.MPOU1-
California Port Wine;
1 do . Hck do - ' '
do AoKllca Wlj;
oo - oiuvatttii 00
A are dts ' . ftr.nriw ; a ( .' !
5' do ' do "'" ' Biitein.
The above Wiuea are warranted PCBE. -on 1 eve
big ly recommended bv all Ptiv.iclne. K 3 ;e
at the.. -'llOUMaVftKkFKUir' KaiPOBtCW. .
' '- t1''" . -, ' : - 1 '
II J. A. ti m
iEKHNQ Olji. THANRFXti JTO ! -H
A? liberal paJ t4ao;ereoMive dortng the p t tsr
DLL! THANE FCtt FOB TP
years, and belnp, 5 perMat reektoot of ti.is et'y,
deelroe ail oertoij' iwhother tbey no.l bis 1 ." J-
slouai aervkx or u.tj to visit bis rousus and aw .
Varlowa atyla, slwsrk BIaratvael
: ImsroTeaients and layetttf
Ara being made, and wrsrythlng that will -rva
aha leteresta of bis patieota Is anenrnit by b . V I
IstabUshtteat and facllU! s
Ara eqoal to any :a
iHAIf ERI OfVIBll.
Ee has Eereral Anms'thetU
Allswlatlas; Fsla wMb EttmiKg
Cheek that are sunken can be restored IS iiy
beirorlginaleontoar. All desirable styles ot .
ARTIFICIAL T2ET .
mads anywhere la tlte Ci!t-d PUfce, ara !
him. Irrrtteritioe of Children's 'i'eetlt .ums
Blly corrected. Those having .
' DECAYED TKETI1 ,
Bbonlrf either have thorn Extracted or Fill , i -be
latter if possible.. The aooltb of.Ja part. a
tbe rem(.iali:g Tith druii i tt.
SiACMALaiO AFFLICTIONS TT5KATFD '
Al Cl.K.iV l ' t
OfBca Nonthsaat cor. Flrat and .V e t a
riHt SCBaC'BIFEB WOULD liESPKC
J. ly Inform the cltlr'iie of k v.u-vii . si, i
Vicinity, that be bas removed from hi Ol" cS.oe,
oa at am atreet, to ) '
No. 10 First Street, '
" Botwean Ualn aud Locntt,
Where he is' now vroper-d to p"rf;.rm !! tf.'e
varloos opi-ratlens b-lougiog ro tbe. t'rajes-u.b in
tbe most skillful mauoor, vis. : .
Filling', Cleaning, Extracting and
t ; , Inserticg, Artificial Teeth.
Otreftil attention slven to O i!ilrns Te I
won Id nail particular at ton lion to my style st
f rcso on Tooth to full fnHrted bj soti'n
Or Atavos.pbrt Pratwarsx. Fall' itlwvj, ij
r saDf &m prttal ptac, r,r lu -u -will
ria.it of It, will lr inverted Without tie
of Cialt fttjBjwer.ag l ttio iu ,naem (ax
thee B.rj intftniistd ' '
. rsyTtsODa. sattAsatioB frtT In rrry or
tt avnsMh ticf nfH to ftUevi-rt pisT
ttrtsotg t4Mth. Troii r-. aoui.b.e. ,'T
No. 10 First tt'-'-e.
Btva &I!a Jii Loco!, Evmm-.
c I,BLd. FBA'fM r (:-- -
O 600 btubeis Hi''".
for seed j ait r( ei ' ,, ,
'. f 'S'lUv..
- ap a. bb
Ail w.'s!' aa r; .-.-:nt".i,
tr '' aolaaew aud retail.
V-,n aoitMit. , ..... HeS tf
fm, 14 otul f.r.-rt.
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