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   Evansville Daily Enquirer (Newspaper) - July 22, 1857, Evansville, Indiana                                 I  JOHX B. lUXL, PrapHetor.  ««  Ovr C««»tnr—Oar C«mt»y>s latenst« and Oar Country'« Men««.»  TÉS CÍE^S PER WEEK.  VOL. V.  EVANSVILLE. lA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 22, 1857.  NO. 9.  Sp iuansttilli Inquim,  rostitao DULT An wout mt  a-OSCKT 3B-  T KRMä Of DPAPKR s  OulT pr per, for year,i«v«W« in •dTsnec.........W  .lo Inr "ix mouth«, io adraoM...........3 SO  iJo for three monthf, in »dTUiM......... ^  "ia *o (or on« <retk,psr*ùiatoasrrwn...... t«  TRaHâ O ? WKSLT PAPBII :  V^eWy Paper, far yoar, ^«TkM« ta ad*»n<«......ÍJ  'WdeUlf Pjp'r, for tiz months, ndTue« p»y«»nt. 1 «•  Jliilceilaiitns.  JOHN HYDE,  Sutler il Inmaa ^ firtion  MONUMENTS, HEAOSrONES. &C.,  rnuT  ■TAirsTtLue. uro.  H A4 Iwt «Mai««« » IM** «Urli «r WMto Statmty IteMli, rapaiMHa WklHr to aay th«t vM mur ImT !• bnwfht t* tk* Walt«* coaatry- M<«M bf hfmicirat (haQaarrl«« rx^rcMly for tkia Inda, airt  bnpcs by rtrirt attrattaè t« knioaM and tb« «Mplmr.  'ilmtflfa  CRESORNT CITY FOUNDERY.  rpB* Aibwihor« h»»e formed • eop»rloar«bíp for tha niaî.t of'noo« fcnt <ap<ní«r «erkmcB, aaenra to biBarl/ 4 panw»« <rf earryin? oo thf-ronwiiry and m«em^ llbaral »har» pf pvbHc rltroBa«. —pt3.  Uminlm; in tue teui.d«T comet of Inel* '«f ----------------------------------------  c»..»l. w- »r.- pr«pi.r»J to wt» »rery »a»t»tjf ol toun-d-rr worn »t tii» »liorte't pontiWe noHc-, and on term« th«t«>> >>l Plc»«^. W» »Mort^t Of  »»ítem» tor mil! «fearing ani «ngim«.  Pátiartid »nd drafts for »ork m^» .rji—« . CMitrart«r> will flad It to th»«r Intetaat to »l»a •• » c^uÑi'or. parcliMlB¿ bridge and ball line ea»ting.al»e-•her«.  •»•ViSbln* and r.palrinf done p^^tlT W« W«?ectfully »oücit a 1 beral *har« of tba trada of  t»p<-ity an.l »urrounlinfroaotry. _______  ill «orti oí braa« wnrk for m»«h»nery Bada to order. 8 TE A M B0ILItR5, o' *»-rT "Us and Jet-riptioD nadanpoa eontraet ta «uit  •'"rS'-Ti.e UtOIIKST pmCKal-ay. pJd for «CRAP lUO.V, OLÜ BRASS HANKTJ^  Planetf 8 Bitters.  TUI3 oto AND CEi-KBRATKD TOXIC iPDRÜtY io it» c..in|to«iU«nl ha» been ulal fora long thiir wi lnjruatiUcceM, fr.r ihe cure of  FUlulency,  Saa Siekncat,  lleadarhe,  ani a'.l ocrTim. nfTe-uon». H U pleMatit to th« talle, aiiJ if ■!»«■ • It-riif» the fyatem ag..iu«aU  Ili !.■> 1« C >iiipl»iutJ>, ferer iOd Açu«,*c., R» t-icui ul- in le ^mri»u» cUie« and town» of the  '^""X V Iii JKS iV CO , New Yorl;,OeuaraJ AgeoU. V .r- < •• t» Jrugixi« í> ueTaHv, and b» r.,19 ■ TKNJiY^i  COK D A G ET OAK UM, & c .  SMITH. CODPtU &  m Pr..nt «reet. SEW YORK and 75Tchonpitoula«  M^VCK\iHUtKIlS OF t ORUAOK. OAKCM, .>,!,t r.rsjl'i .1 ln>l n«'irrn-iil «Í  XAVW u.i't bXlUA OAhCM. <J.-!iv.Ta'jlf III V iru »n l .Ne« Urlean». inj Ii 9m  JOHV 1. nrcssij.,  PKODDCK, FORWAEDtirO AlfACOMMISSIOS MIE. CllANT. KTAUSTILLB, IND.  MIee and TTareboiMe oo Vatar ttreet, betwaro Mata mmt Loeatt; alsoeomer of Walnnt ttraat and the Canal, and at the bl|C Wharf beat at tb* foct of Main at.  OTILLADVANCE CASH ori ALL KINDS  Vv of ProdMt conaiKiiMl to kl«.roT aala hora, or (• (hip t» biaOorrMpandanU at New OrloMa tha BaM-irnCItiaa. Onlera far pnrebaalny prodvea an4 m liae, ftUad atthe f hortaat notie« and at tha lowaat prirca.  nta «riti sire prompt »ttentloa to the P«>r«afdtaff «rail ■arehaiulticaBd Predare entroatM to Illa earat Md «Ith kia experienra and ampia faHlltiaa or atora««, ha daoa bot he'itate to enarantee «atlafartlon-  ADAMB A C0.'8 RXPRKSS.—The nnd«r*{(aad «miti«-OMto art at Atent for tha delirerr of atl «onda and Paak> anea forwardaJ to thia Tlrinity, hy the aboreaxp-eaa. Ha vIUalao. a« Aiteo), reeeipt for ali kindaof pa.-kacaa,Tal> sablea, hank note«, ipeele, Ac., to badelirercd at aoy aad ali plarea »h«re the Company doa* boainet*.  Tarma and ratei mada known on appliratton at bla Of-«(». Water itreet, «p ataira nadar the T»le*raf>h Offro. .sJtf _JOHl^B. MITCnW.L.  " jrinr «rASHfi^cTòM notBL.  The proprietorf • ' ' i ouwharéreraoTedfrnm theirold utand oa Maiulireet, totheìrnrwITo tei unt flnifhed, oppoeitethenew Court tloo*«, where the are preparrd to aerommndste tbrtr old cnato mere, and other« vhe may ir» fit 1« cali npon tfiem in !» marh iaperloT ety'» «han f"rir''rtT. Thanhhil tnr Ti»«t patroiKicp, we rrvpwtfiiür «nlirit a rnntinnaare «f the lame, whirh wn ehall nee «11 out ««•leaTera toaarit Ovr hTf vili he the b»«t the market afforda.  Qond »tabliagaiid wagon yard kept tnr ronntrirente» y». dA«. PRLKmiARRnDiadCli.  1857. 1857.  J. C. JEWELL&CO.  NEW SPRiNG STOCK  DRY GOODS!!!  The onderwxneii bnve. and are reeeirine daily.the LAROEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK of Dry Goods, Motions,  Hate and Cap«,  Boots and Sboes,  ev«r hfittrt brouflit to this market, consiatiiiBiB partof  40  i V  3  4 t 1 1 1 1  Itto »0rk pmtis mtnis.  _ _____y^J_ _ - ■ - — - - - —^nnnnf  nnif  ALBERT 6. R<CHARDSO!£S  Adfartiaia« and Corraepondlnr Otie«, No. SM Ih«  way, (npMita the Park,)  lara w'^«' Olli  Ikcaa  PAVILIO."« IIOTKL.  WATS* STIEET. rao TINC <TC<IVII<IAT LA.tPim.  KVANSVllXE, IND. Tins notftliabeatitifiillvcituntfd.cntnmanHins  t Ifirff«. ,.vnnn«> nf lKtf»Oh)<  larsr fxp^rì%e of the Oh io rivcr. .md an nrar i> niakr it |»articularly convenient t'> pt riiin» wish i ni to travfl »-ith- riip or down. A wstcl: i» kep' : diy anH iii?htto faciliiatethenrrir.il and If-pariiire I ortravellpr.<:nnil the Ione e*t»''ri<*n<'c ofthe Propri j etor enable* him. not onlv io iinHeratnnd. hnt to CONFrXTIONKRY, FANCYHOOD-SÌ "tiely the waii'iofjiiseueiU C. K. nnRW,  aNÌ) TOt'.-^.  M\IV STHKKT. nKI WKW í liííT ANO ?WV>M>, KVANSVILLh. M> Jljlj-.  lOlIN W. FOSTER,  Att'.rn-v al Lbw am! Notnry Public.  Tir.. o .'Tiiit 1 -ir«!, ili reír of CrrícMit City n«okj bài. iia-, l.i.nusv¡l>. lui —j  JA.\lr:S M. SHANKL.N, j  Auonn'V iti Law ami Notary Public.j  " - , T I ri "r. t, :a tl-az of Cr«*reiit City Baalil ( .1,1: I;;. lu.l ap-Wtf I  M. I-. .KlHNSON.  lì  liuiV^ Mtiiiufaclurer;  .na^ liuOii ^  ani P.ip'ìr Ku!»-r. j  «t.t:.-!:i;\t üa.vk ei ilmvg.opposite TUKCOUKij li >I St. »ni '>'.J Books jÊfM »IT íí.lf .l»iir>-J All ^Mi w< -> ¡: , 1 I.in l-oranl» an i «it.'i «l'» pilru. lii.í hcra- rui^^l at Ui« »horteil lioti^r. ap¿3 tí  M A '. Vv  l..j;il in «IT  EDMUND Ba SEYI\»OUB,  .Ä-ttox-Axcsy o-t - _  ASI» NOT.niY l'VBUC. orn r. ov raníi) sr.. BtTwti» Mtis 410 ¡.occsr. I A.\si\ il-LK. IN''.  C. «I.  C O M M. S s 1 (.) M 1: K C H A N T  No. Il l,¡ir¡i»fMp Si irei, (X<ar cororr Trbcuf (touîat itr« t,)  \KW ()1{I.E.\NS. LA.  ej-p..T-«rn»! »'vl I>r«i7i¡.'. sttpnliPo ;ivcn tC>th«»alaol «n ■.•n'irnm-iit- >1. liir a lln-s«. Aso to the pnrcha«» an) «h:;-'!-<>' «irrn rroiut-r, .«js»!" »iid Mola««aa  ................A l>»n-'f ma l.- Jj^iU rou»iinB»««t»»il  Wi-T-rti I'- .in".-. !(. :nv »•Mreí.í.or to myfriendíio Me« y.>rk «¡I 1 Hl ' IfeoT  Forrtirrlv of rhc r..i[fli.Tiifce."! WTI.<'Car«'«nve Kv.in?v!M,.,.vcrym(irnin2and i»TfT,:r.;'"<ir Princottin. Vincflfinei-.iind Terreliaiite, an<l all otiier Uiw'ni>itp the ^VahaFli V'allev.  Steamers pa<>i> FIvanaTillehoiirlv fxr ill place* "p and 4»wntke Ohio riv«r, and the Weatcmrivera jenerally.  ThcBo\v!inj fireen and Mnmniolh Care: (Ken-Mckyl packc'» l«avf F.vunaville ».verv other Hay hrouiih the year. Time to Rowling Itreen twenljr  hours  Horw» and caniagemt the aiiorteai notice toac commodatetravelirf _  DR..T.J. PENNINGTON.  WIIOLK."«\l.li AND RKTAII. PKAI-ER i\  DRUGS, MEDICINES CHEMICALS, PKIIFUMKKY, OIL«.  DYE STL'FF.«. VXRMSHES. BRL'SIIES, WINIM»\V UI.ASS, O- 1 A. « « SP^s»,  MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, Medicinal Brnmiies, VVineji and Alcohol.  A full «apply of all th* popular  PATUiVT meDICiNES,  NO. 3. WA«HT\«T'»if BliOCK. (u-sr tlir Court Iloq>e) Main htieet. Fvaiiavilie, lad.  oeT  .1. J. PENNINGTON  HASJUST received FKEt H SUPPLIES  nr the (ullo'luf—  aaaorted Print», do I^wna, do de LainM, do Challie^ do GinKhama, French Jaconei Lawn», plain black Lnwiii, aMorted Poplins, Barrgea, de Bei«a. BlMcfa<^ Mtulina, Oenima^..  assorted O>itonadea, Suminer Twetd, Summer Jeans, Shepherd's Checks, Apron Clweks, Marseilles Coating. Cadet .Mixture». Spaui:<h Linen Cobtioff, Linen Drilling, Colored Cambrics, Brown l.infnu. Checke»! Coating. Blue Urilline, 100 hales Brown friteetings, 15 do ^bi^tinc Stripes. It* dü Bruwn DrillinK, " do assorted TicVine, 15 do Fine rnbleached Sheetings, 25 pieces Carjieiing, 10 d«. Oilcloth, Craeh.  Summer Cas.iiniers, Summer Guitipg, colored Tabby Velvet, Ul.-<cli Silks RjchCol.ired Süks,  (  IO 5 3  3  3 2 I 1  1 ■J  2 i 2  do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do  frsssKoitatioK.  ADAMS* EXPRESS CO.  do do do do do do  luO 15 50 25 20 50  7 • Silk MaiiiiHss, 25 Crape Shawls. 30 Blitck and Colored Silk Shawls, »0 d«» IjOine rhnwis, TsCiiallie shawls, ■5 Silk Scirfs, 2.'i ca^ Men's black and rolored Wonl H^it", 30 ilo Men'« black nml oilurcil Kiir llaLs, do Roya'filuck and colurcd Halli, d» Palm Hat«, uo Ijeghorn Hn<«.  du Women's uilored i^Mk [^mnets, do Women'* .Straw iionnels.  J r JFAVKLL vV C<:.. comer Fir^t and Viiu!>t4., Cvani>vilje Ind.  « Ltou's Kathairoa  has Bow beeomo tha standard pia. paratlon (or tba bair. ItstmsMKSa sale, nearly _  l.OOO.OOOBOTTEL  ,T>er year. attesta ita esoellcnèe a®d n«at «npeiriority »yr «Il othor ar-.ielas of tha kind. The Maa nai-«•rsall« ntunrunee th* KATUaTROM tob<<.brtH',tha fiteat««! aMSt ■zreeabla aritele th«y «ead. roitoresthe halr attar II hastalloi; l,irv1|orates ami bannlMea it, *'rialto R a fMl ItloMy <^pa*T-ft», Md iMparta »d«Mi*Mil yar-■M. It Ir aekBowlad^ed by al] to «e the be«t prtpamtioB for the hi ir i«er made. Sold tjr ali daalers Ibionskant tha United «Utes. Ca-Mexico, Cnha, aiad South  kdkerica. _  BEATH, WVKROOP A CO., Propviators, 63 Mbertr Street, New York.  Manafacinrers ot Perfiimery ofall klsde, andfnereat Ttrlaty. deelT6md*wB  .RAZLETON & BROTHERS, ~ PIANO FOIITE  MANUKACTURERS,  No. 209 Centr» Street, New York.  n^ nBRK aiay Se foundasiipcrioraasort-«\ ment of Piano rcrtea, in Plais and ■B[SB||B Omameiited Caie«, from "Ji oetaras, of ^^^^nTfl the best material», aad proanceneed I7 H " > Il u diatinaviehed artisti te ba uosurpasied. Will ha lold oa tho most reaior.abla terra« and warranted to ftand in any ejimate. Ordaii fromthe country promotly at-tended tn, ai.d ear.h Pianogaat«nteed to gire satlitaetlon, il not so. the Piano may be ratumad to ns, we rcfuad-Ibg the money and freight,  At fie sreat KxhibitSon at the Orystaì Palaeo, Kew Tnrk, 18M, a PrìteMedel wu awaided to lUnmit A BKOTBras, for the luperior quality of thair Piano Fortas, » hi<-h w,.re leiteil in Touch, Tone, Kqnality, and Dura biHty ofTone, and plaeed in the hicheet ((rade by the mtlowìni; di«tinRUÌ«hed Artisti—WILLIAM MORRIS, Chairman on Vuiical Initrumenti; JDLLISN MAX MARRT7.KR. W.H. FUT.K. S. WILLtS.T. EISPKLDT, T. MKmNK.V, RMULICa GfKAO OWÌGHT, Jury on Musiral XnHtr'imenU, iiKORO£ F. BBI8T0W, Seeretary on Motic^l luitrumeiits. jelS ly-daw K.  DUUCAN, SHERMAN^OMPANY, SAITKSÌIS,  Corner Pine nn«l atreeta«  AB IV YORK,  TSSTJR CTRCObAR NOTRS and LRTTKRS of CRIDIT for travellera, arailablein «li the piinelpal eities of the wn Id. Alle.  .HKIiriAWH.K CREDITS on the OatKSwt. Bakx OoaFoRA*fo<r, Oro PR.tB0i>T k Co., London, and Base o» Nrr Sonra fVALCS, Auiirali.%.  ItiiU of Kirh'inse nnd Ca«h ''redlt« on C.t1ilorn!a and Anstralia, furnished on application I Inter,>«t silowert on rarront aecoanti and ipecia depoliti, lub jert to arrangement. sapS6-1y daw a  NEW ARRANdEMElh'.  Tai ADAMS KllUiM OOMPAHT (««pcetfally an. nOBnest* thfir fHands and patrons, thapnMie toffiTansTtna aad vMalt:^, that #lth iiktraasad faelU-ia for tha tmupefUtloa of  rnight,  Paekagss,  noBey AM ^  taloaUM,  (hey solieit aeontinaaneo of fomer Ihtott.  ■«peetal eara tekaa ia tha coUaetlC« of KIls,  Dratoi  SMcs,  'and thotaanspartaUoil,0/MakUor TataaMo packaxea.  A V person« wMU«g to «Tsil theflMslTes of llie ficili-.:;aa »t tta tspMsa, aaa obt^n nnr doMrad Inforoiatioo in T*«sreBee to tha «oat« aad details of tba hntioesi at thrir nfficsjpa Plrst »tnot, het«f«>i Main and Laemt, oproiite tMPast OMee. Q. B. FISH, Antt. «ranseU^liae. 18._ly  REGULAR LOTJISVILLE & EVANS-VILLE PASSENGER PACKET.  'J'HR well known ard fast steamboat  llisftllanwas.  a. W. IIARDO,  ATTORNEY AT LAW  and  ÉEAL L'STA TÈ A G EXT,  EVANSVÎLLE. IN'D.  t7'0fflre~P08t Ofliee Buildiue, up f «air». jyl4ljf"  SAMI EL TICKERT, ,  Pealer in  FAMILY GROCERIES 4- PROriSIOA%  Sontbeast corner Main and Second StreSts, EVANSVILLR IXD. TTTOoods dalircred in any part of the ciljf  II «-uooas oaiiTcred in any part of the cil» eharge. Coaatty proUuce botght and loîd }¡  SU  TENNEY & SORENSOINI. . ^jinlfsnlf îtalirs in ißrnrKits niiiiïm»  CORNER OF TTATKR AK» TINE STRRSTB  EVANSVILLE, TA.  IO K! 15 25 iu  J.COLBURN A CO. 4  M.íS.iaCTU-E"S OF //J  M V I Tukssh:S.  ; L • ' « .1 L f s \ L l A = f * a ASD Hi^Lûw ,171 3 d » I li ce s: '  Ü N M Í s □ : -  A r h K s T a Y. K T, ! EVANSVILLE. 1 ND. A  TUE  PR'NCE & CO.'S IMPROVED MELODEONS  (-»LUIìST BSTAPLISIIMBVT IX TÜK D.  Eiiiploying Two H ndred Men  AND FIXISUING  E!;;hty Iiii-^ruiueiüs per Week.  s.  WM. A. KATBS. Capt. B. L. Dunean, has entered the trade for the season and; will eontinne to make rewlar trips. tearei liTilie eresy Mondfly and Thnrsday at 3o'clock P.M. ^tornine leavea Braasrilla a»ery Tnesday aad Fri-day at 4 o'clock P. M. Ilm oeeommclations for pas-■ennrs an of a saperioi irder. For frelzht or paisaea apply on board.__ap30  GREEN RIVER PACKET. THR NEW, SWIFT AND REGU-. mm, w  I lar boat UNION, Captain Roberts. L^Ktf harinit been bnllt «zpresslr for the Rrana.^^™" Tille and Sr*anr<Tar^trada, will make recatar trips titt the end of thassasorf._ ap4  T^ISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP.-  J^ Tho partaashlp heratofnre ezistin« between Thomas Conyoftoa aad Jnha Healy, ander the Arm and style of T. OonyagtOK k Co., is this day disioWed by ma:nal ronsoat.  JOHN HEAtY, barlag honrht oot the enHr* iaterest of his latepartMT, «III beraafter carry on the Book and SUtionery bnsineis in hil own name a) the old »fand, corner of Main and Ilrst itMets. Either partr is an. thi^aed toosa tha nOH of th* trm for the i»nrpoio of THOMAP CONTNOTON. rohai ___JOnw HEAtT.  FOR SALE. ARr, AUTHORISED TO SELL TO  the highest bidder, at priyate iilt. the tscant lotadioininrand immediatelT eait of John Aeldel'i ta. »»m, in Lanasaa, ind fW>i<tÍQc oo the iteemhoat w'lurf Alio, tho northeast quarter of the nartheait quarter of Sertion grTeen, town six. ranee eterm west. B.)th th«^ tracts are desirable as either haitness or ipceolatiya mraitaients. For particulars eaqnl'« of "».TS__JNO. B. HAM.  Encourage Home iVIanuracturing. WE WISH TO CALL THE AT TENTION  of oar old cnltoueri, aad of arerrbody in want of eleeant aad durable FURNITURE, to'niir aaw and rery rich patterns of Sofas, Sociable*. Dirans. Klixa. bethan and Parlor Chain. In haimoth, pimh and bro catel, whi.ih will be rcaiyfcrtnsaection in a fewdayi.  Every aitiele in tbenpholstary lina is made nnder our own inprr!ntendi>nee and espresily for the city trade.  We make It onr ain to letl a« cheap as any home »B the West. *b4 all we ask is, gire as a anil hefon yon spend your money ahr*«d. IP'S C. SCnMITTA STARR, First it.,near Main  ASA leteaABT............u. a. Aitvnia, (KorAarnisuc.)  Attorneys at Law,  Will prtcticr Inw in Vaudrrborirli an<i s'ljtilninp roun-Uei. The* will pre particulnraltr.nliou to •■olleptionl, couvexanrin^ and exaniÌDatlon of land tilles. In eon iiexion they hare opened a Keal Estate offlre. and «ill .tieiid to the parchase and sale of eit) I Iti, as well ai „ . ,, . rarniing laodi. In any of the Westrrn .Sialw. The> alM) * h»lf oi taTe,  par tixci, pnicure and locate laud »«rrants. Olllee 2** ort«»e Melo'»on  BrrwKFS i«.ooo ant> i9,oro of rmiSE msr  mentf hare bren (Inlíhrd »t;d s'e now ni le. The tatest iniprorrmenti in r.ur Vt-lodeon is th DiVID^D SWKI.L, Secnred to «e bv Lettori P»fent 2Jd .May, 1?56. Bv mean'of tili' 8weM i'oio Parf»;«-! miy be played with the Ulli powfr of the inMrtimeiit. while tha Accom-panimriit is solt and stibUurd. Hereafter, all malodeocs ma>]r by ill. will be furniehnl with thil attachment without extra charice.  One liitrnmrnt* nre al", finlshol in Rosewood Cares, and Oie workmanehip is cf the beitqoality. The Style mod prices are  IN PORTAHLE CAfE: Fonroftate Melodeoa, extending from C toC....t  ..........CtoF____ 60  F to F.... T5  JAXESW. yirxiXT. fDARlrS !ICJOB!W«I»j  VICKERY & JOHNSTON, ,  GROCERS.  SU» a cjD tn £p JEiCS OB Ep o Ha 30. ija O ANi) DEALERS IN PROPUCK GKXKftAIXT, Kits StkSFT, BITWEEK SiCOsn AXB TBIR .  KVAN.SVILLK, IM>.  Goods deltrered to any part of the ettr, free eharire.  Produce *an ted  ISAAC BlillASIC. DAtin lUIJUSH  I. A I>. HRTMAIVN, WHOLESALE AND Retail dbalers in OROCERiES & PRODUCE.  qtJEElMSWAIti, IIQCOBS, AC., AC., MAI* STBiEtl 3 DOOBS AOOTX SECOND, KTASSTILIE, iSD.  jBhJS-ly_____ _______  T. McGi.^hw.......................s. A. OaviI  T. McGINNIS & CO.  (Sommrssioir mib /ortoarbing  1VCX3X1.0 SC^JN'X'S,  Ito, 64 FHOVT AXD FUl.TO.N STREETS,  NEW ORELA.NS. Our personal attention given to the sale of all kinds of produce received per steamer ani Hatbuats.  dec4-iy d&.w.  I. BABBora. 0. a. siiAW.  I. c. setti.  o. II. BABcoca.  Tlie iMteMt Improvement.  FLKXIBLE SILK IIATS, Whieh areaa comfortable to wiMaa as k. t-fr ti»t^to be Had «t  VADTIinl"* MARCONVlER'S, fliySS Malo street, betwsen Firetand Seeond.  Or. E. fien-lN.  IOFPBR *rr PROFESSIONAL SíBrTCES TO THE citixeni rf K*aniy{||e «nd etiewheT», »nd purtlrn i.irly Inr'le fie attentlon of thoie who are afUctcd »ith chronir or diiemes of lons itandin?, to thiñ notics. I «ill alíw» Rive ipeciai attentionto liiseases of the eve. Tbe mnetrálfable leferenees, both profrsiional asd pri-ratr. r.nn ha airea. Ofloa «n the comer of Saeniid aud Locuitstwets. nylS ly  O^TcTfñsiLBORS^  OFFtCV.oS TH1RI> STRERT. hetween Main and .^iKt. Reaidence oa Third itreet, hetween Syca-more and Tine. my23 3m  SHAW, BUELL & BARBOUR  Xmgortrrs anti Sobiiers o(  DRY GOODS,  CINCINNATI. 0. J. C. WHEELKR,  ^9araac3e>a;»ssxLac» £E:K»XLa<Btr aob  RECTIFIED WHISKY  A^D DOM ESTI C LIQUORS,  evan'sville wahftiocsk, Comer of Lect and Wpter Streets, f.vansvili.k. tni>  C.TWIOIIEH.  ..I Turir'in.T..  . B. rAIBCBUB  T, Co T¥JCHEIX & CO.,  Commission anV^ortOHrbii|  NO-TOPOVORAS »T«Ee-r  eoy.lydAw. _____NEW-ORLEANS, LA.  U> IS RiCB  COOK & RinE. CITY BR KU ER V^  Kighth Street. Bet. Main and Sycamore,: wo ninares frotn Canal bridge, FVWSVILI.E. IND.  in barrel!, half  rREO. COOK.  Vbitr Lead, BrJ l.ead, firn lirerii. Cùrr.mr Gr«ea, Chrome Tellow, Drop Bl-i-^, Lin»»«! Oil. Alrohol. Buminc PI bid. Paint Bralir«. Sand Peper. Carpet Brii«lw«,  Tin foil. Gol I Lrnf, r»nrv .*oap, Blarkinc Itrofbes, !*cri'b Brushes, l|.:>rM Rmihel, Tiínnen» Bmihe«, Common Duiter, Parlor Dalier, Hair Broom«, Whitewash Brnihes, Mirkioc BrmbM.  1  M. T. no.s.s. M. n.. I  ""BNTiVUS lilt i-'«'^*»'^«»! to theeitiienS of I  t-iAi.frvU!.. »liti »iriii-^jr. Krrltlriir«.  •lili.-- fot Kvan^» il'*  lar!«reo i  ..t'i eiiJ .1. II. Itofivndi'-kn. on Ctirrrr «tteet, 1 Injiana. deòlA* ly |  JA MKS HEVNOI.nS, ojsisiissiox, r< i:w.A«nxc axd produce  MKHCIIANT, Ci raer of Water and Main i!r«et«,  AGENT OF TUE ARAM- EXPRESS COMPART,  Vive  Bulbs, Flowers, Seeds and Roots, IMPOKTF.U DIKECT FROM HOLLAND,  1 and tor lalc by  J. J. PENNINGTON,  Uyarinthi..........*ort'........Bonbla Rod.  I»o Uo I>o Do Do Do Do Oo  r.^r;!i-aUr atti-ntiuiJ i>xid to the purchase aadaalaor Tulips.....  proautc auJ uef cli»oUiis> geDcr.ilIy  apMMu  a  CHARLES W. LONG  Bcas 1eiTi>io iiiloru) hi' frieud« and patroM that ha  in r»Tt..| th» niiii.itiiir known a" Carpeoter'i KlocK, 0!. Foiirth f treet, nrar tlir mirkrt, part ot which li. W.I I rri»iu ill h<<»»n ^hjm^hiou at a tliiTKL, wh^r« thi- •-""jj.n'jJition »u.i uiile »il. be fouo Ij and he | W.I. i..t rf'in»inilcr 0Ü lu tenrroeut'. api  Paironi/? Home Manul^i ture,  Especially wiir< iti» to yocktour  I xl'aotn;.. t.> do «o. Uariug eonaitlrrabW «itl«rf .«i our ctahliihmcat aadoBgaged to work f.ir U« h.it rate «orkmeo, we are prrpard to laraiih  our ruKomm aiib ercr.r kind and M» Ir of  II AT-* A\D CAPÍ. Of ULB MANÜFACTI-RE Til.. «11- f-^^r-tv of oar« over £a«trrn mannfartured p.vi« h»- iiiilBileotlr proien. auJ ha»r gi»rn »»t t'laetion m r..rrr»B« W« win lU.e «eMoBoCarfreat. eriii.lur..mmi» tbau c»i-rbrto»«  uth:i vautikr A UARCONNIRR.  Orowa lB}«riala.. .U aoru.  Aaarrtlia........................  Do ........................  Ckoeus..............12 lorts.  Aunemnnel........S » «orti.  Rauonculea........10<l SurtS.  i Jonquilles..........9 SorU.  ' Lu Im*..............1¿ sorts.  With a lar¿a tariüty cf choie*  6 «"rti........Mole.  . « do ........Hark Bina.  .. O do ........LtphtBloe.  ■ • do ........Double Blaa.  • 6 do ........Double Yallow.  .. e do ........Double White.  .. 4 do ........White and tallow.  ........Mixed color. ,  .42 »octt........DduMo.  ..Joaephlao. .lagiMO«' Hollaad.  fra DOZE.X SEIVF.S. 14, 16 AND 18; 50 vVF di>t o:ur and ml buckeUs I& dos No. 1 pain tod tuu#; .'Ì doi .\o -i paintad tnb«. dos No 3 do.. It De^u otM lu tutu reeaivai and loríale by  Kbjl ^ I. « D. HAMANN.  c  A R P E T S . —THE UNDERSIGNED  tiMaa a atoea of carpelaof bis owa maantaetara oa hMd for aale. T.VLSMiNE ACKER,  Mtrket «Iraet, betweea Cheatnut m4 Uktrrr.  a B.—fn» oigbei't market price paid lor rK*- fsbWIy  FRESH .-^ND NICK,  The pretty dbv «oods just _  recaifftl at 9A MURL KMBICU'S, Main strw«,AA Ukfc-" ayjri t«lo« secoad, ar« esactiy tha kindr^n^  to p%a«e ths taste aad &ucy of arar/beily. Call^SJ __«*»•  Flower and Vegetable Seeds^  J.ITPENNINGI ON  Has just received a largesupply  of superior family taas. «anpowdar, Toaag Oysoa, kxtra flaa Tj«a( B/son, Imperni and Black, in rwidiaa aad paeka-«a, or by tho found, to lait eaa tomen. _ ___febl3  NEW SPi.lNG MILLINERY.  JUST RECEIVED.—MISS P. R. BARKER  haa just raaairad a large aMortsaaat of MUXUIKIIY.  ea«sisti»gor  frsMh tlaiaaa,  LMsaad  MeaMHaa  Alas,  Silk aad  Straw Sauata,  BthkaM,  J AMES D. SAl'SDERS,  Coverà sueVBYOR FOR i nfe COUN-  tyof Taodetbargh. OOao «■ Walsr s(i»M, he-«Man l«at and Bi*t4oa atrssts. Mar tha BsaMBUIa WafwWBM. R'avtUI«. lat'aM. Sa«14ly  GOOD EVIDENCE. «J^HB CROWD OF CpSTOlf  tha dry gimit  hm pna(^ I  Vl.ihohil it aaaatlas  THAT  •aJ dlapasa of la, he hM Jast  Odi  •»IT  on ITiir't itre-t. nearly opposite the Court House, Et D»ìl)e, indiana  They bare for lale eirbtr flne hulMine loti in the Eastern and tan lot« in Crefcent enlareement.  Alu», lereiitv lotx and two acres ot land on Fulton avenue; a house and lot on Main itivet, between the Court Houw and canal; a fina buildinc lot near .iwiice Bakur'*: ooe on Krcond itreet, opposite Kichard Ra-leiKh.  Kighty anea, eight miles from the eitv, one and a half Bsiloifrom the canal, Biiely tinibered.attT poracn Kighty acref in Datiew comity, eicht tulle« f cm Waeiilactnii, at f7 per aere, twenty acres of which is under cnltivatioo, with a house on it  Seven hundred aerei between the 'canal and New. bare, fix mi ra from th'« citv.  Two ona kundr»! and «ixt.'acre trvts, I'xteen mile« from EvaoiviMe. one fourth o( a mile from from th' ca^al,attIOf«racre; ten acres of theonebeing under caltiration.  Fire ganlea lot» of four acre« each, but a ihort dir tanee from the cit;.  One huudred aerea of well t mbered land ÌJ4 müe» from the Court Hou-«  Thr«etiunlred and iwentv acre« l'i mile» fr im this city, a larga portiuo of wblrb il un .tr cult.ration, is offend for sale la a body, or tracts of eighty aens or ieaa ouaaay term*.  F to F.  130  FWe oc fave, doublé reed, "  IN PIAXO CABEi Fireoctave Moli^leon, eztending from F to F ....$100 .«¡x or'riTe. >I-l'vIeon, " FtoF.... '30  PiTr.vtare, dio>i'.i r«^. " " FtoF .... 150 Orbali .'lalodcon (for Churrhn.) flveoctares,e<cht eiop«. ooe and a liaìf orta;« pedali, four s<tts  rred»..........................................350  A preti for the lale of eur mnlodeopi may be found in ali tbe prtncipai ritie» ar.'l townii ofthe United Siate«, GEO. .«.. PRINCE A CO  rnrner Niaj;a'a and -Marylaui stieets, ButTalo 001.5 Cmilaw K and 87 Fulton itreet, New York._  PHALON'S PAPHIAN LOTION, %0r Flora! Beautifier.  4 GREAT ca'oietic forbeautifvlB« theikin and rem-plexiou, and l'or ruriae charmi handl, face, lips, tan, lunburii. irpfklri. pimnlrg, IPalds. burnì, etr. A «ure ami ««re cure for the plln—one walbiUK will pire iti^lant re'irf. After shiriog it il eery anothlng to tbe 'kin. It kcepi the hanj» loft and white, and for ali inflair.m; tiona of ihr «kin >t wiil be found to be a gieat remedy. Prie« One DoUar per bottle.  Phalon's Magic Haìr Pye.  One of the rery he«t naturai dre« ia the world. Iti long use has prored it to be beyond comparlaont and.  Evansville Paper Wa rehous«. WE H.WR NOW ON HAND ANO OFFER  f > on liberal term» a well aiiortrd »tock for Priaters and Bookbinders, .imone whieh we name  500 b indies printint; psper, assorted sixes; inoo do «(raw boarJs; lOOn do tar hoaida; as wMl as rotored printing paper, plain Cap and Post, flat Cap. demi, moliom. white and colored card* and card boards, wh'ch we can have eut to any sise; Po»t Ofllre panrr, Manila wraopingpfTier, Printer»' Ink. Ac. We alio bee leave to eall the attention of dealers to our stock of  2500 bundles wrappin? paper, and 100 em«s honnat hoarda.  The hifhest market price paid for RAGS. mar3 TKNNET A 80RENS0N.  Ale and Beer of the best quality, barrels and ke;S, alwar« on li.ind.  N. B.—The hlfihest market price alwa-vs paid, cash, for Babiet. <lrcI6 ly  in  Prfleea acrea on Puftoa avenae, between tha river brtna a regelahla production, no Injury can peasibly be and nfenn errek. dons to the skin. It i« ranHy applied, and yonran ob-  - ■ defy the best  l'Iva and ten a«ra traets 1 ^ miles froin the Coarthouse, jnlniag Klllott's enlargement.  Two hoAHoaaod loU on logia strast, forsale cheap. A toa lot in Laaaaaco.oa Falto* Bvenua, betweea canal and river. . iThoy have landa for sale la the ceunties of Gibaoo, Kaox. CUy, Wbiio aadJaapar, aad alsoia tha i^uteof Illinois. J«1  First  Goods at  Arrival of Spring Drv S. EMBICH'S.'  Those penou wi»biag tn buy gooA  DRV UCODS  eaa afain find an sxeellaot oDportnnitv at 8. Rmbieh's, Main »treat, three door« below Second. Be has Joit neaived toe largest and prettiest aisortoieat ever It to this city.  tain a Mark or a brown which will lodges to tell it from nature itsrif. Prlra S'i and tl SO per bor. Muto and sold > r H. PHALOM, at 1*7 Broad-Bvenua, betweea tha ! wav. mirrrr Dev itiaet, ani SIT Prnadwar, St. Nicho lai Hotel, New Tork. aed all dru^Sta asd fancy iteres Ihmogboat the United States.  Phalon's Chemical Hair Invijsrorator.  The most complete srtiele of the kind sv^r before offered to «he pubU It has itoSd the test of twenty rmr* in this roantrr, and not one of the aiany hon dred.« of imitation« have bren able to compete with it for praaervine. draifins and beaaNfylng the hair and keep-ÍDii fli* bead clearfrom dandruf, etc. It la laaitiaablei in liinrt i* il errrything tha hair requires. Price Mc. and $1 per bottle. daeA daw SawR  to which abalaellsstha p»rtlealaratteath>aoflhi)ls<ltf of Kvawvllla aBd.yielBily. F.R. ItAIUUIil..  first stfaat, batwasa Hai* aad Loeoat, MM _____»ptMaita IM J^ «Maa.  FRESH SPRING FAMTONS.  m'  m  JOHN BÄSCH,  I 01 lac nod It» asst. hda« Mais, haajai trrhila«r!rkia alarga W« MktawMaalackaf LAOIRS' SMOn.  •ARBS. aa<  onuMurt iBon,  oí every style.  BEST WEALTH. JTBEING WELL KNOWN THAT"COM-  content" tl the test riches any person would rarctDOMBd yo« to tbe sune of p>»psn youraaU with eoatfortabie dretss* for the appiuaehiag saa ion, with which he i s abuudaatly supplied. myT  fort a»d can s^joy, we  «AHUIíL KMBICU, wkan yan  41'  hr aalo  BEAUTY PRESERVER. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THIS IN-  dlipaMahla artlela. hettir knowu as Parasols, at ssyT lAMCKL BMBICH»«.  SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!  Of TBI BHT MAKE«, WHICH UATB OB talMdtlsa itaima* vaputatlaa af haia« th«»baat  ia theeiiy.» tesaiael^ at SAM'L EMBltiU%_  INTBRESTINO TO MILLINERS.—WE I haM laesiveri thU day »good staek of adiiimry artielaa aaeh aa Rasehas, Ptowan, Wreaths, Blond Uaaa, aad a fa«l aaaartsent tt straW tri«Biaga. M., all af wUeh »eaSer law at mbal^w bb fl>. BshS BOSRB. BRO.APSST.  UAAU«.  Anerieaa HayyOakiia.  Bar* aad Bxttt Oakam. Maaafceiwred by tha BWJRB OAK I'M WORK*,l»r BMRS, WB^BB A CO. m mM atreuL, New Tofk.  FUST RECEIVBD—«0 CASES OLD HOL-  ftaOKBWIOB.  •PRING AND SUBIMER CAPS.—A  Cridtadoro'ii Hair Pye.  Within annt »bell alt thamerits lie. Of Cristadorn'i never equalled dv»; Redi'makes Mark, to brown tra'.sfnnssa grey. And k^pt the fibres always from daeay.  TBrS matrhiess revltiliiinr hairdn still hoi is Its poMtiOQ aa th' mott barule«B and oOraeloM •air dye ia the world. Prepared and arid, «baifMl«aa4 retail, and applied ia ten prirate moois, at CBI8TA. DORO 8, No. 6 Altor Hoase. Broadwav, New Teck, aad by aIldmMi«t« an J p>Kam>ra la IhôUiiltf« S ataa.  Acents, l,ontsville. By .: Wilsaa, Itartdra * Swrfttl Mrs. Q. Nichols, fourth street. iyaU ly B  —NO PEN NOR INK USED.—  $1.  Roeopv imiutad. No tearher Main« • MACLAURIN-S PATENT SELF INSTBUOmiG PRO CBSS IN PKNMANSHiP enables every OM ta wHtawiA thecraatast «as*u elegance aad vapidity, ft haa ham adoptad hy the Public Schools of New Teefc, aa4 by aar first mercbana. Tho proaaM,. eomnlete. with full 41 reetioaa for «S«. will be sent prepaid on th« receipt of tl. Tael^ «Bagsau, Bix as^ «arfT. A Uhaial distaaat on large onlers. Addrsaa I-BLABO * MAO-LAUBIB.MSBnadwsv. Kew Tork. _  '■¿fflffl  GOLD HEDAI« PIAMOSI  STEINWAY & SONS. Manufacturera,  Si w «LKBB fTRBBT. BBW lOtlK.  RBHEITKD Pirat Plise Medals ia e* petit a« with tha hMt maker« Bastea, New TorfUfMadelBUa aad Btf-I tHaasiB. Twa first-Mae Mala a* tha __ ^ ^ Metrapaiitaa Pair. WasUaclaii, Manh. AM MedJlEthiCrystil^E^ Bew Tork. HU. A Medal at tho Maryland tnadtat», Balttaaoie. ISS«. First Prtaa IfcM-M ai Ihls, Oiyatal M««^ Tork, I*M. ApMg^ «en «Mb aa Hi  awyawu faglia»»', a «c  ■üaaga:  LIQUORS, LIQUORS.  WC. EWING & CO. HAVE JUST RE-  , crived and offer for Sale at Cineinnati prices, 2Sbbts Ginterwiae, Si do Gioger brandy, 10 do Muscat wice. lidoOld Bourbon whi^kr. Sdofine Port wine, 15 ■ <y Jnmviea rum, 10 do Cherry Bounce, and lOObexei CI»r-t wine. At tbe Sam* time wa inform nur custom er« thai «e alwar« keep a selsnlion ot all kinds of fancy liqner», Holland and dOBMPStie gin; al'o en extra fine article of applebrandy, Ac., besidn a fine lot of legars W. C. EWINOA CO , mhie _ next dser to thejírescent City Baak.  IVew Feed Store,  WHOLFf ALR ANO RETAIL, ByR. B. HART.  Comer of Súrood and Canal »trrrts.  Baleo hat, com, oats, bran, shipstnff, No. I extra f.iur, chicken fred. crashrJ feed and cornmeai, in qnantitiesto inltihe trade. All trade delivTed by ex prais promptly. Ori-iding dona at all times to aceoai. mcdate the eoautiy trade. 1 hankfal for past bvon, I hope.bv strict atteatioa to buyers, for a ceatlnnaoee ol aU^ral tiade. jaalS_R B. HAi T.  WIIiUAM P. DATK^  (•tWCEMOa «0 t. TX8T,)  Manufacturer of Hydraulic CeiEent  and dealer in PLABTBR OF PARIS. South side Main street, between Bank aad Psarl,  NEW ALBANT, IND. B^AIl oidora promptly attended lO at the asoal terms of naBafaelaiera. febl3 Omo  W^f. C. EWING & CO., Wholesale Grocers,-  AND DEALER» IN L'QCORS, FORF.KiN AND DOBtXS-  TIC WfJlKS AND SKiiARS, Opposite the Court House, Main »tre..t, two <Ioors from Third, in the Crese.tit City Rank Building, EVASSVILI.E, tnd.  Great bargains ore olffr<"i bv the nibscr l>er» in lilfnars and rmreriei. Opntlrm''n.oneiirit»ll, aa we have i nit open»1 a fine bncinp«.'! hnii e, two doors above tbe corner of .yain and Third itrert". opposite th» Conrtno««e, in the Crescent C:iy'nank Buildinc. we will elfer the folloivinç'liet of article»,, whirh We will »ell to the eitisen» of Kraniville and «iirrouadiog ron a try on easy term«. .Ml ora»r« will be promptly attend« ' to at the shorf<..«t notirr, Al-so, .«hipmontl to any » ' of the conntry where th^re arr Tnrilitíe... 25bbls01dBo<irb Whisky; 5 hf bbM Old Prach B'oyi ».tUd  3$hairbbl».T>ld Bon.bon; 20 bbls. Old Rye Wiii^ky; 10 half bbl». do <ln: 20 bbl». Old Ky. Whiskvi  5 half bbls Chr.rrv Branrtv; S do do Aniseed Cordial; ISO kegs Nsil«; ino boxei Tobacco; iO do Poapi 20 do StarrD; SO do Canillr«; 10 keçs Powdrr; 10 boxes Mustard; 20 do f>nihe'l .'¡'igtr; 10 erosi Mstrhe«; 50 hundís Wrr.pping Paper;  rio do Old Apple do; 10 lid ilo .V«!rl')ry Cotrnaej 2 pip s AIrxaiidH» do; iDhKlfbbl» llollan.l Gin; III do do nomestir Gini G do d". Mii'rat Winei 10 l.hl« Mark-reli i'O hfdo 'In; fOrlie'ts Tea; 50 kiltv" .e.i; .I.OfiO fi. r-irs; Sifll«ie.' PfPiwr; 20 do A ¡»pire; 20 do Ch«.»»; 90 Î0 Oincr; 'J.i I'llr.i Oiknm. a nSS  this  LIQUORS. LIQUORS.  WC. EWING dk CO. HAVE JUST SK-  • esised per stsaaer IwsUow  8 plae« iaiportrt PelleroiBea Braaay, S do pal* Preneh Brandy,  • do Borgandy n>rtWlM> 10 hhls Madsira Win«^ SalpaaCheny Bsaady, 3^0 Hollaad Ola, » bMs Old Bye Whisky, n aa OMBaaAaa, 10 da Sweat Malaga WlM,  MeaasaOhloCata^ _  Call a^ ««a. W. C. BWmO A 00.. mji_aext daar t»Cw«««at gty Bank.  FRITZ PFABFFLWS  LAGBR BBBR SALSCB.  Fritz has raa«ee4 froai hia eU alaad to first stnet, haCWMM SycaSMW m4 Tlaa, (aoahl'sold stando «hera Im kaapa • htardlac hwu« aad tatUn  raat.  yi^HniCH every Maralagat Mo'eloek. »yB  ji^Rtcnva^^  CIDER VINEGAR MANUFACTORY UNDBRSIOHBD. WISH TO  MsMia» ar tha whslasal« «Mr^ata Mats !■ iiw - V to tha fMt that «twtaf a pm artlela of Older Tla  THE  WE,  eantha s of ByaaBvllle.aai „aaiaafw  aaar. which «awliiaan M at* ta eeaMot* with Claefn.  ■Sii erVlttakHB fsfe«. OieaMa aail. A fair trial laan waMW» * »ILfOBD. B. B.—Tbe «anihetaty la eltaatad a« tha «arawr oT  iiE:vR\ Gr.iiiir,RT.s*  CLOTHING STORE.  The SCBCtllRliR, bavins re.'ently openRd in citr. rrabracei tiiii opportunity of iuforining tho eitixensof Kvansrille and lurroundins country tbal ho ba» just opened one ot the largest and most sslsct aa sortmeut of  Ready Made Clothing  ever tntroiIuRod into this mtr or couniiy. His stack comprises every article of pentlemen'i auct hoj S« usually foand in clothine itorei, among which fouad Saperb Overco*t.<,  of cxcellsat I  Superior Silk Telvot Triti, fiae Pantaloons, Cloaks,  TraTclingPaaw*. Uati an« '  Shirts aaa Vnmm$t».fm,  of tbe very best quality« a'aree a»»ortmentor Trimka^ GENTLEMEN'S FUR'VISHINO GOODS, Aa. He will obligate himieirto »ell as cheap as any ìiwmw la theeity,and<rilt^arranthli|^s of the very »a«* and molt substantial manufacture. He respectfauB M-vltea those in want of clothing to give him a eaii, M»d he endeavor to give them »atisfaction. Store In WIUaM Oarpeoter*«»tonefn>ut, en Main street, next to 8. Am Ueh's. betweea Hrst and Seeond streets.  JanS ly____HKNKY 00»»»i»-i».  ^ «. AUSPACIIEK,  Sycamore st.. between First and Waiar,  Has last rrerivrd from CinciBnatii M.KONOLIA WHWKY-50 barrels. MONi)NOAHRr.A RTE WHISKT—Ml barrete. BOURBON WHISRT—35 barrels. COON AC BR ANDT—26 bar ^ als. REAL COONAC BR ANDT—^ one-eighth plgaf. BWRICT ME(M)A WINE—1 barrels. PORT WlNO->-eo*ka. CHBNRT Bu'^CR-lObarrris. MUSCAT WINK-10 barrels.  Also. Coastantly kept on haod a faU stock of OkrBpway,  fuMh Bsaeaee,  BoUand Oin.  Jamalea Rubs, Madeira,  Catawha,  Claret aetf  RhineWlaa«.  All klads of B1TTBR8, CORDI AIS duff BEO ARB,  rtsaitstle aad Imported; Playinr Casds, Be. - deqlltw  PRINTERS STATIONERY.  r A BBAMSftat Cap e dU aS da Fiala Post . Plain 0>p.  r ■ 1» do Colored Paper. _ ..... ii 1' . i  MO Baidl«« Printing Paper of the IhllMlaf bIb«  AjuBatWifs. - ^  . «fcjii«. tijj _iS __ ___  ¿raara'ky ' I. BB. BBWANN  àÉâii  , J"'  Wiìitf   

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