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A WO VOL. I. EVANSVILLE, I.A., TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1848. NO. 8 Hl Of WM. 11. CHANDLER Ac Co., Pubtis her? . OFFICE ON FIRST ST., BELOW MAIN 1 ' TERMS OF ADl'ERTJSjyG- 7 For twelve line?, first insertion, .M cents For each additional insertion, 25 cents For twelve lines per annum in Daily or Weekly paper changeable, $9 00 For same amount in both naoers. 10 00 For one-fourth column Daily or weekly 20 00 do do in both DtiDen. 2j W For one-half column Dailv or weekly 35 CO do... ...do. in both papers 43 00 i For Cards of six linns and ander 1 00 The privilege of annual advertisers is limited to their immediate business, and may be changed as ofvca as once a week ; and all advertisements tor the benefit of other persons, as well as all legal adver ticments, and advertisements of auction sales sent in by them, must be paid for at the usual rates. . No reports, resolutions, or proceedings of any cor poration, society, association, or public meeting, and no communication designed to call attention to any matter oflimited or individual interest; can be inser ted, unless paid for as an advertisement. No advertisement can be inserted gratuitously for charitable or other societies,public institutions or com panics. , ' " Agreements will be made at higher pricce for ad' rcrtiseracnts inserted before "mamiges and death, but all advertisements that exceed the limits engag ed, will be counted and charged for A. It. JOÄES CO Produce Scalers Commission ""rth'ts No. 19 Front Street. St. Lotus. Inferences : E & W. Iwi9,.. Evansvill Harrington, Hannah &. Co., Bcckwitlu. Dryer, .f . . iS.VV Ball. MeHosei English.! fct- Ml Whitmore, oet 2$-y) .Mathews Ä: Patch. s. ru 5 forth J. i OAJiFoarn. J. DA2VFOIITII & SON. - WHOLESALE LEiLEBS IS FOREIGN'AND DOMESTIC FU Y UüUDS. 'o. 4ft, Main St. Louisville, Ky. m21 IV. C'PETEBS & CO. MUSIC PUBLISHERS, No. 50T Main Street, Louisville, Ky. (NEXT DOOR TO TOE BANK OF XjOI'ISVIUX.) CONSTANTLY on hand,doublj and single Action Ilarp, .Musical Jnstru meats ol every aescnption, Italian Strings. Music published cckly -Muoic bound in the strongest manner. ; li t no Fortes repaired and tuned to let, and sec .1 t. . 1 lini. rt K I fljl. I m .fr Yl !i II rrtA .Seminaries tupulitJ villi Music at a liberal dis-! r mar"'llv J II. HAU II EC A CO., Aeents of the BONHJkRBOUR MINING ANO.MANUFACTURING CO.. VTA VP :..-t rw.o'.t XX 50oe doz. cotton tarn, Which they ars authorized to sell at Louisville prices at all times during th season. These Yarns are of an excellent quality, and supc rior to most of the Pittsburg Brands. Please call and examine them. ap8 CÖ.llUIUlt'IAL. HOTEL. . I A t UlS V1IJ.E, K Y. V. XV . III HD. IMIOPIBTOR. m " J . . CrOppositt the Washingtoa. Kali, 5th street, be tween Main and Market. mar 21 y J0HX IXGLC JR lt.nTHQ. WUtELLB INCLC Ar WIIKIXKH, . ATTORN F.YS AT LAW,McctssoBs ro Bathll Ä: l.xviLE, UtH'Tol Collection and Rail Elute A -ency. t )fliee on Kirst street, below Main. i. U 11. U. WHirtr-R, Notary Public. oc9 tf AMES G. JONES, Altormj First "trtet, bolow Main. at L OlTice on aP2Ü tf. co.xbad OAm.n. THOS. E. GARVI A't'trrn: at Lsiir. Kvans- B AKLU &. GARVIN, A'trmi at villc, la. Oflicc in the Court House. eep3 'lb. MEDICAL.. ÜKO. IJ. WALKKR, rAyicim$ Surrrn, corner of Vine and First ets. Ijy 16 ' 1 5 MKDICAl. JOHN R. AVlLCOX.PAtc.awd Üurpvn. First St., above Main, Evansville. ap20 MTO. MORCAI. JAMES MOROAX. MEDICAL. P. J. MORGAN, Vkpician and bürgten Office on First sL, between .Main and Sycamore. ap'JO tf. e. 5. vrttvi a mark thai tos W15KV ER &.TK AFTONTA,V'cia Sr Surgeons OlTice on First et. near the Sherw ood House. N. B. Dr. Wecvcr's residence is on Second st, first door below Rev. Mr. Ldße's churcli. nov 13-Cm. - DU. JOHN T. WALKER. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Olliceon Main Street, between iiccond and Third, and nearly oppof ite the Clerk's ollicc, where he may at all times be found unless absent on professional business. . dec , '47-tf JOTtX E. TAYLOR. . R. GILL lURVtY. -rpAYLOU t HARVEY, Commission and For JL varding Merchants, Water st. F.vansville, Indi ana. Have also a large, new wharf-boat where they will receive aud store treight free of drayage. ap'-JJ C. TUSRI.KGTO:.'. i. V. HANSAH. Z. n. rAIRCIIILD "ft a if i?l Vf iTflV ll.II.tm.in... XI and Commission Sltrchants, Water st., opimsite the wharf boats. Still continue to receive and lor ap2ltf. . woryi on liberal terms. WOOLSEr &, N ElON, commission Mrckant -ivcf(onr,Main,2d door from Second st. a B RADT&. MATHEWS. Tailors, shopon the east atue ol .Main et., one door Irom the corner ot r irst. HOLDEN. 'iÖi.'o-. Main street, over James Beamtin So Son's Stove store. apätly. WM. M. MORRISON, Taylor, Main st., one door irom the corner of Second. Solicits a share of the patronage of the town and country. ap'il ly. D. O'NEIL, Fashionablt Tailor, first st , above Main near the Sherwood House. ap20 ly. SOA1 AND CANDLE .MANUFACTORY. MATHEW McINNERNEY &iCo., would res pectfully inform the citizens of Evansvillc, and the public generally, that tlicy have established a Soap and Candle Manufactory, on Division street, between 2J and 3d, at the old stand of Wilks Ilea gen, where they intend to keep always on hand a supply of Soap and Candles, of the bct quality, which they intend to sell at Cincinnati priccj. The highest mar kct prices will be paid for tallow and grease of all kinds. fob 12-6m. PRIVATE HOARDING HOUSE. Ay, THE undesigned has opened a trivte 1,. r.ji Boarding House in the Brick Buildingon Wa WiJL ter Street, above Main, known as the Wheel cr House. My object is to keep a bouse for the ac commodation of (ientlemen nrincinallv. Xhro . however, three or tour very pleasant rooms in the iiouse wnicu can niie-i up lor the accommodation of small families.- The table shall not be surpassed Yj any in the city. Nov. 4th A.FARNSWORTH. EATON &. II UGG, House Carpenters and Joiners, Cd fetrcei between Sycamore and Vine. ap2j dy m . i St -J J - J . CRAWFORD BELL WROLL8ALL AND- RJ.TAIL 'v- DRUGGIST, MAIN STREET, E VANHVILLE INDIA yA HA& ttow'ih store and daily receiving hi Spring supply Drugs, MeJicints, Faints, 07, up. Stuß, Spiers, iioaps, Ferfumery.' Window Glan, UUtssware, V ariA, A ainlunU 1 arntsA Urushts, J. ij-c. My stock is one of the largest and most com pleteever before offered in this market. coniDriins almost every article iq my lne, selected by myeell wun great care in regard to trie Dtst qualmt., and purchased directly from first hands and on the best terms, by which means.l am enabled to sell at as low a rate as any other lloue in this part of the country Dealers are respectfully requested to call and examine my stock beforepurehasing elsewhere, and those who cannot do so, by sending their orders shall have them attended to as promptly and at rates as low as if here in person. - ' Si y stock consists, ircpart of the following 300 ox Sulp Quinine; ,.:ijMwt'iuu.i.t l'ellow; "5 oz Iodine; . ;.. A. 10 bids Tanners' Oil: iou ozlly'd IVitässo, j 50 oz Peperimv '' v' ' 5 200 oz hxtbarkPreciiVlilO do Linseed do; do pure Castor Oil. do Spirits Turjen- tine; -do Copal Varnish; jjv iuj dum AkK; a) do Assafrilro;' 250 do Pulv UhuUrh;. 5 . . I do. Alcohol; 10 do Copperas; 5 do Alum; C00 boxes lioltles and . Vials; 'jOO do Window Glass; .v ... siyiivi 15 bbis Sulphur; - ft Hn llrtinaf stnr am lbs s(. lndiffor iao do fine Madder, 2U0 do Nutmegs; I . 3 Carboys UU itrtolj 6 d - Nitric dMu , r is tic Acie; (1500 lbs t&lneratus; . 300 do Cloves; l00 mats Ciiwiamon; . 2t0 1U Calomel; 500 do Cream Tartar, 10 LMp. Whitinjr; 10 do do Ürown; 10 do V. Ked: (1000 do Ked Lead; 300 do litharge;. 10 boxes James' River Tobacco; 150 kegs White Lead. 150 lbs Chrocie Green; . loo do i arts Oreen; 8Qr(ifrt. flaxseed. Fenthrri. and EretKai ta ken at (he highest market price in exchange for a goods sold, or in payment ot dt bo due me. - N. B. All persons indebted to Uta firm of W. Sl C Dell will please settle uo as soon as possible, cither f by note or otherwise, as the firm has beeu dissolved ' : . i . id i . . i . jan2!t'43.tf. CRAWFORD CELL. DItfJGS'AND 3IKDICINKS. rJr ALALNC.; HALIXICK, Druggut ca AT hrharmacut'uti would call the attention a Ol- i'the citizens of Evaiuville and and adiinin; towns to his cumafrtc assortment of Dru?s,Mcdicines, Chemicals, Uih. JJyestufis, &c, Lc., &C. AH of which arc carefully telect-d and received fresh from the Lantern Markets.' Thysk-ians and merchants may depend upin dicir orders being promptly attend ed to and flic genuine article always delivered, on terms wholesale and retail as tavorahle as the same Untity and quality can be purchartnl at any Place. A lull amort men t ol botanic 'Medicines, uuuU, t Wfl. 1 I . L . A. . II I . I I t;t np by the Shakers. liallock's pperior cold drawn No. 1 Cantor Oil, jianutacturcU at Mt.Carniel, Illinois. Alarme assortment of Pattent and Family Medi ciues, Lsencc's, Hair Oil's, Perfumery, Soaps, and lancy articles-r-CoV-gne, Bay and Rot Water, allof the best qualities Scidtitze audSoda Powders, care fully put up and of full weight. Copal VaruUli at $"J 00,i 25, and $1 "5 per gal on. . t . ... Superior Pale French Brand v, P. H. (nxldard &.Co's Brand, warranted pure, lor medical purposes ouly. Hallock s Uorm Candy, a sate and pleasant med icine to destroy wonus in children .and improve thcii their efttral ficnlth; ft v" Hailock's Couh Ca n-ay composed of Ho rebound Boncicl, &.C. for nil km Is lcatih. ALSU. UN sali:. . 4 At the proictors prices Dr. Wtid's Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry Bittcrs See advertisement. - Ur. Upham's Vegitablc Pile Electuary Sec adver tisenient Wildert Sugar Coated Vcg. Anti-Fever rills See advertisement. . . . Dr. VauZandt's Health Ucstorative Veg. Pills See advertisement. Dr. r olgcr's Olosaumon, or all Healing Ualsom See advertisement. Dr. I'eUrr's Vegetable Tills, Worm and Cough Loz nge s . Dr. Lc Roy's Universal Vegetable Pills, composed ot &ararillaaiul Wild Cheriy. Dr. Porter V Poor man's Curative Sugar Coated Pills, at lu cuits per box. Ur, rortvr'si'oor .Mau s tMrcnuthning 1 Master, at 10 cents a piece. -Barnes' Tooth-Ache Drops, warranted to cure In al ca.-8. Overst reel's genuine Linament, and Doctor Beach ramilyPiII. . . Dr. Grave's Anti-I-cvcr and Fever and Aue Pills Clwlcra iniatitum and Iwwcl com plaint Pill. ; , Dr. Grave's Pain Extractor, for burns, scalds swel iings, nheumatk: ' t'ains, &c, warranted to give in stallt relict in all case. Merve and bone Linament, highly celebrated for its curative powers At the New Drug Store; Main street opponte Be ment &. Viele. jylotf .MALE ACADEMY AND FECIALE f SU.11ITAUY. s THE tubsrrilier, grateful for the increasing patron age the above institutions are receiving, respect fully cives notice, that the M)rin; Term. will com mence Feb. 21st, and the Summer Term, May 15th; the Academy, to be taught exclusively by himself. th seminary, by Mrs. 1. M. SafiX)rd, assisted by Miss E. F. Morton and Miss S. C. Bowot.v; teach- I !.. ' ,1 u I;. ..;.. i tJ tHjr ju" "J ..'. unu.uw..ia biiu experience in teaching, to give thorough instruction in aU ',Jf hranches usually taught in the best Scmiua j lea vi iiiv tuuuujr. Two other VOUH2 ladies from the East, of tried, and highly approved capabilities lor teaching, are expect ed in a short time. The public may rest assured that no pains will be spared turcndcr the schools wor thy ol thejreonndenceand coidial supiwrt. . ror the better classihcaiioii and progress of the si hilars, the pupils, ot the Seminary are arranged into two departments ;-irirnary and Academical, with appropriate teachers assigned to each, but both under one general tupervi!ion. Hy thi arrangement, the best order will be secured, and all due attention paid to small, as well as large scholars. It if greatly to the interest of those who attend the school, that t ley commence wiih the beginning of the term; as classes are then formcdvand subjects of stu dy commenced. . rates or Trrno.v ix tite academy. Primary English branches $1 UUper Qur Higher English branches 5 00 " " Creek, Latin, Hebrew, Algebra, Geome try . cither or all, together with the pre ceding 7 (0 " " TUITION 1 THE St.MI.XARV. Primary Department 3 00 per Qur. Academical Department 1 10 to 5 00 " " EXTRA BRANCHF.S ' Iatin, rrench, or Algebra lor each-. 2 00 " Muj-ic lessons with u; of instruments 8 IX) " Use of instrument for practice 2 00 " Evaxsville Feb. 8. W. S AFFORD. . SIIE11WOOD House. FIRST STRttT, EVAMSVItXX. I.XDIAXA. THE undersigned having become proprietors of i he above well known e ahlihmt ntbeg leavo to offer their services to the public and to solicit a share of patronage. They hope to be able to continue the favorable consideration the IIou.mj has heretofore enjoyed under the manageinent of Mr. SherwotiJ. No exertions will be s'isrdJ to rive uni versal satisfaction to all. ' The. Tablo and the Bar will be abundantly itirnishcd and the rooms kept clean and neat. - Charges as heretofore noderate . N V P.. AN R'- WLEV, noy 4-tf . PETER Bi'hK. Are yon Insured? . THE undersigned as agent for the Col embus Ohio Insurance Company, is prepar ed to take risks on on shinments of Merchant dize. i'roducc, &c, from and to any part of the U. tates by team and sailing' vessels, steam, .anal keel and flat boats, also upon buildings, merchandize, furniture, &c, on mosi reasonable terms. The hijjh reputation which this Company bears for its ability, liberality and promptness in adjusting lost ses, entitles it to the confidence and patronage ol the, public. nov27-tf. JNOM.S TUCK FIRE & HI ARISE IXSURAXCeT "If there V safety only in good security in order to be secure we mast be safely Insured." m H EN we hear of our friends loosing their prop- erty by tire,or that the vessel on h Inch they have made shipment of Produce or Merchandize is lost, the first question we ask is 'were you insured f Now if we feel such an interest in the welfare ot our friends, how can any one risk the dangers that are continually sur rounding his own property withou beingable at any time to answer the question if put to himself, "Ye I am Insured." , The Camden Insurance Company of New Jersey, well make insurance on Buildings, House hold furniture and Merchandize of all kinds also upon shipment of Produce and Mercandize, on boad of Steam Boats, Sailing Vessels, Canal, Keel and Flat lioats, at a fair valuation and atreasonablorate ot Premium, and, in case oi loss, as soon as the claim can be properly adjusted pay over the same. ALLEN U. HALLOCK. Asent. uuice on .Main St., near Water, Evanstille, la. mar 9 LIFE INSURANCE. JANUAKY KEPOKT. THE Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company du ring the month of January, 1818, issued 1S1 new policies, ix: i'o Mercltants Sc Trad ers, 69 Toll. S. Officers. " Teamster, Ijawyers, " Farmers, Filot, Agent, - " Mechanics, 21 Manufacturers, 20 " Clerks, ...10 Clergymen, 6 " PhyMcians, 7 Indies, 9 Editors, 2 " Teaclicrs, 5 " Brokers, 4 it 4 Servants,. Sea Captains, Auctioneer, Student,' New Policies issued in January. 1813. 181 ROUEitT T. PAT TERSON, Present Becj. C. Millcr, Secretary, ALLEN C. IIALLOOK, Agent. M. J. Bray. M. D. Medical Examiner. All persons wishini to make insurance on theii own or on their friends LIVES, will please call up on the agent in this City, Office on Main street near ater, and examine the terms and rates of the Com pany, mar 9-y HARDWARE; CL.AftI.TT V MILLER. Importers and Wholesale lealers in For emu una voincMic llnrlvnrc. Cutlery, ii it us and Fanrv Goods. Ab. &26, Main Ä'fr., Loui&viÜc, txeniucky iHE subMrrihers are now in receipt of, and are daily receiving additions to their Snrinz Importa tions, embracing one ol the Unrest and best aasorttd Stocks ever otii-re! in this market. Our stock ot I'able and Pocket Cutlerv stands Dre- eminent in point ot variety, and at prices which dely competition in the East or West. Our importations have been very heavv. ordered di reel Irom Ute Manufacturer in England and Amcri- at the lowest hgure, and have been selected with great care assorting our Stock with the latest and cost choice styles ot Uoods, which we guarantee to .u upon tne most tavoraole terms. Having extended our acquaintance with the Euro tiean aud American Manufacturer, we are enabled to otfer purchasers advantages superior to any former year. SB a a. An examination ol our stock is rcspecttuliy solic leb. 20-3mo. LousviLLL Kv., Feb'y.21th ISIS. WABASH AND ERIE CANAL INDIANA g Canal Lettings. r j Hr undersigned will receive sealed proposals at J. Terre Haute, Indiana, on the 21th day ol May next, for the construction of Forty Milts of the Wa- b-tsh amH Lr Canat, extending from Terre Haute to l omt Commerce, on the West rork ot White River 1 he line wi.I be divided into sections, about a half a mile in length, and will embrace the variety of work usually presented on a timilar division ol Ca nal; amongst which one reservoir, a number of lift locks, culverts. Sex. together with the rebuilding" ol a portion ol Eel river dam and the guard-Ioc i connec ted therewith. Payments will be made as the work advances in par tunds. The line to be let, will be ready for inspection by the 15th of May, and by the 20ih of that month, the plans, specifications, estimates and quantities, &c , will be exhibited at the Engineer's office in Terre Haute. Dated, Terre Haute, 17th March, 1848. CH A iv EES BUTLER, THO. H.BLAKE, AUSTIN AL hUETT. Trustees of the Wabash and Erie Canal. apG-Cw ftt A V A LUAI1LE FARM for SALE 2J- CONTAINING two hundred and .ix ty-one and one half acres, ninety-six improves, mi mil?s Irom Evansvilleon the state road leading to i errc iiauic, one nan nine irom J-irowning's steam mill. This land lies on both sides of the state road, and can be so divided that it will make two eood larms. un ine rast nie ot the road is a new two story trame house, with a store room attached, thir ty-two leet long, a frame smoke house and shop, a large double log barn sixty-six feet long by twenty two ide, with a twelve toot sheu running the whole length, and all other necessary outbuildings, and plenty of good water, one hundred of choice apple trees, with a variety of peach and other Iruit trees On the w est side of the road, is a good frame dwell ing, a frame smoke house, with a large double barn, well shaded, with stables and other out buildings, one hundred bearing apple trees ot the best kind, afso a vaJiety ol peach, plumb and cherry trees, a never tailing wellot tue best kind of water. The land is in a high state of cultivation, plenty of good hickory. white and black oak timber tor ali purposes, plenty of sand, free and lime stone rock, in short everything to make it a detira'jlc location. It is one of the best locations in this part of the State for a store and pub lic house. This farm will be sold on reasonable terms and payments made easy. For turthcr iul'or mation enquire of James T. Walker, ot Evansville, or t I he proprietors on the premises. Possession may be bad immediately it required. JOHN BUM IS. THOMAS HENNPSSY. Scott townhi p, Va nderbu rg co. I a . apl3d&,w6m. TAYLOR HALL. JNO. M. A tT respectfully informs the jublic genera Illy that he has leased tor a term ot years, the well known t wem stand in tv ansville formerly kept by E. Ehrsam, and lately by lienj Nurre. The house has been thoroughly re paired, and handsomely titled up with entire new lur niture, and those of the travelling public who may fa vor him with a call, may rest assured that their com . . . a fort and convenience will meet with every attention. Ilia Table will always be supplied with the best that the market affords, and his liar furnished with the choicest loquors, carefully selected by an ex peri enced hand. Attached to the Hall, and immediately on the Public Square, are his etablcs, acknowledged by all to be the most spacious and convenient in the place, aus 2. 1847 t f. JNO. M. APr N KRS Oil 255 BBLS T .nners Oil just received and for sale, rrl.'-i riirk't k A- k m a t V Ii WHOLESALE AND K LT AIL Fashionable Sat Establishment, ferner of Main and First Sts, Evansville. OItHE attention oleountrymcrchants and dealers i9 particularly directed to the large and varied as sortment of 11 ATS, CAPS, &c, now opening at the above establishment, comprising the most complete itock ot fashionable and durable Spring and Summer wear ever offered in this city, and unsurpassed in the WVt. Possessing the most favorable facilities lor purchasing and a judge of all articles in my line, 1 am able to sell at rates lower than can be obtained eist where in the city, and as low as such articles can be had in Iouisville or Cincinnati. My retail customers are are irvited to call and ex amine my stock ol Spring and Summer Hats, several styles of which are unsurpassed lor beauty of finish and lashion. It is my intention to sell either by wholesale, or retail at prices which, must command purchasers, and I earnestly solicit a call from all who intend buying. R. ALLEN, mar 21 corner of Main and First sts. SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK MANUPAOTORY. I P F.T.T.IOTT. tS sor to W. M. &J. P. Elliott A witt continue the above business at the old stand. Main street, Evansville. He will always keep on hand a constant supply ol Saddles, Bridles, t runks, &c. &c. of the best workmanthip Also A great variety of Trimmings used by Sad dlers, Harness-makers, and Trunk Manufacturers. Persons dealing in the above articles will had it to their advantage to call and examine my stock. All orders promptly attended to at the shortest no tice. feb 2C-tf. J. P.ELLIOTT. PURGltt' FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. ' it the old stand. Main St. above the Market.) I have on hand and shall constantly keep for sale, a large and general assortment ot FURNITURE, made in the best manner. and which 1 will sell at remarkable low prices. Those wishing any article in my line are re quested to call and examine my stock. N. It. All orders Iroin the country promptly at tended to and furniture carefully packed tor shipment Feb. 1-Gm ROBERT FURGUS. CHAIRS! Chairs! 1 am able to offer p the public an assortment of Chairs ol all K qualities and prices, ol beautiful patterns and workmanship. Call and examine at my Furniture Wareroom, Main street above the Market leb 1-bni ROBERT FUivGUS. COFFINS, made to order. Constantly on hand and ROBERT FUNGUS. Main Street. ieb I Cm Evansville City Foundery, r a lit. t'UL.ältiitL nave lust erected 1. tde City of Evansville a FOUNDERY, which i ciiuated below Division street, and near the Ex change Hotel, where they are prepared toexecute all kinds ol castings in Iron, such as cooking and par lor Stoves, Ploughs, Corn Shelters, Wagn Boxes, Hollow-ware, and in fact alt other worn in their line at Cincinnati prices. They will warrant all work done bv them, and their Stoves for twelve months l'hev invite calls from those in want of work in theii line before coing elsewhere. All orders will be punctually attended to and faithfully executed. Cash paid for old castings. Jan l-6m KRATZ &. HEILMANN, J. VAUTKIN V CO U'OUI JJ resucctfull v announce to thef 4 citizens ot Evansvihe and country ad-W jacent, hat they have recently opened a Shoecioie oi the Westf-ide of Main street, next door. the cor ner of Jrccond, where they are manufacturing BOUTS A.ND SHOES 1.1 ALI. THÜR VARiOt S BRAXCIILS. Thcir experience in the business will enable them to procure the best of stock and have it mann fact und in the most durable manner. We invite the citizens ol Evansville and public generally to call and examine our work. as we have a good stock 'ji ready matte work ol our own manulacture. You ig men wishing tine Boots can obtain them here of every description, ready made or to order it preterable. All orders lett with us lor work will be promptly attended to. The Ladies of Evansville are respectfully invited to call and examine our large stock of Ladies' ware, as we stand ready at all times to wait on those thai feci disposed to favor us wiih a call. We are prepar ed to manufacture Fancy hoes of every different style. 1 hoe leavins orders fornoes may rest assured thai no pains will be spared in trying to accommodau them with anv sivle thev wish. We feel wifiing to acknowledge our gratitude to the C1UZCH3 for Ihf Iriendship they hava manifested towards us. and thank them for I heir lilieral patronage, and hope that in return our work may merit thtii approbation. Ö3r All wotk done by u; is warranted, and no charge made tor mending work that Hhould cive way. feb 14 w&tw it. J. VAUTKIN & CO. ItK.HOVIID CII'V SEIOC STORE. W. II. UAH ER, WOULD respectfully return thanks to his friends and the public generally, lor the patronage here tofore bestowed upon him at his former stand on wa ter street, and would take this method of informing them that he has removed to the house formerly oc cupied by J. It. Phelps, as a tailor shop, on Main St., between First and Second, immediately opposite C. Uell's Drug Store, where he will keep constantly on hand a large and well selected atock.of Boots ft fchoes ol every variety and of the latest and most approve style, which will be sold very low at wholesale ai.d retail. jn 22-tl BOOTS AND SHOES. JUS'l Cli T RECEIVED AT Till Y ötlOE a'iO.iE, ON AlAi- .. . . . oi'LiL..MJ1L assortment ol uoots ana cnoev, . con listing of Gents Fine Calf and Morocco boots Ladies patent Leather and White Ki l Slip pers, Gaiters and halt Gaiters ol various patterns, together with a large lot of Childrens fchoes of every discription. The above goods are ot the best quality. and suitable tor the present season, nease call ana examine rny goods and prices. No. 22, main Street, ap 6-tf W. R. BAKER. JUST received this day by pa Express A lew cases of Boots antJ hoes, and a variety ol Ladies1 and Misses tine Shoes. W. K. BARErt. jan. 22 Mam street. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS- rpiIE subscriber is now opening IoO Packages of i iUercnanuk, consisting oi um uouia, uwi (fc Shoes, Hats, Caps and boxrrs, Hardwarl, Glass Ware and Crockery; which he will sell as low as any llous in the City, for Cash, or i roduce, such as fork. Wheat, Corn. Oam, Flaxseed, White Beans, Beeswax. Feathers or Tallow, dec 21-tf JOHN SHANKLIN. BRANDY AND "WINE. 5 quarter casks pure juice fort Wine; 5 Old Port do; " " ' Maden a; " " " " Sherry; 1 pipe pure Cognac Brandy .Otard, Dupuy's Brand. These Liquors eave beon purchased esiecial ly lor sickness, and the public can rely upon theirpu rity. In store and for sale by ljan29 C. BELL. TRUNKS. Leather Trunks o good quality and low prices; also Car lt Bags of every variety for sale at the Cincinnati Clothing ötore. AHLERING L BRUMMER. nov 4-tl ALE! ALE!! v I iuu iui5. wity iUaauiacmrcu ixiu in muic v.-v aii r a a. l At. and lor sue (.wholesale or rttaiu oy I ani.T uar.a iv aurtjiiiiv. l NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! AT WHO L KS A LR AND if FT A TT,. IN THE NEW BRICK STORE NEARLY 'OPPOSITE THE BANK. (Formerly occupied by THE subscriber bxa opened within the last tew days, an extensive and tnlendid assortment of: Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, V hich bavins been purchased at the latelar?e Feremutoru Auction Salet. he flatters himself he can sell at much less than the usuil ptices He is determined to well with purchasers who are visiting the City, as with uiiy request tne attention oi ail to n)setocR, which he hinks will not fail to give entire satisfaction. NEW SPRING GOODS JUST RECEIVED BY KRCESEN & MORGAN, O. 35, J9IA1N STUJlTr, EVANSVILI.E, 1ND. THE subscribers are now in receipt of a portion of their Spring stock, consisting of Berages, Sprint Dress oilfcs, äuperfino Iawns, Girmhams and Prints. Linen Handkerchiefs, Tickings. Summer IttuS" of various qualities. &c, which have been purchased nets, lor c ami. ins long experience and close buyuig, w ill enable us to oiler such inducements as should not be disregarded by Cash Bcyles. we are determined to sell as low, or lower than any house west of tha mountains. . - We will be constantly receiving-new goods from this time forward until the season closes. ap 11 """"jrH. iAJAGHEE & CO., , Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. ARE now receiving about 800 Cases of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, tHOES, BONNETS, HATS, &c, suited for the fcpring and bummer trade, which they offer altogether at Wholesale, at remarkably low prices', ll you want to buy Goods cheaper than you can get them anywhc.e else, w est ol the Mountain, call on us and see tor yourselves. We have just received . t 1U00 pieces Fancy t'rint; 5O0 pieces Pantaloon Stuff; 100 pieces Lawns, 100 pieces Ginghums; 500 doz falm Hats; 50 doz Fancy &. Straw Bonnets; lot) cases fehoiaoi Boots; And a large variety of small article?, to w hich we invite the atteniioa of the trade. ap 8 WILSON, STARBIRD. & SMITH, WM OIL. iti ö -(k fl Das QJ UdJ 13 O . MAIN STHEET, LOUISVILLE, KY., ' ARE now in receij of their Spring Supplies of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, oils. Dye-stuffs, Patent Me dicines, Surgeon's inftrunients, faint Brushes, epices. Window Glass, Shop furniture, Vials , bot lies, i'ertumery, Virginia, Missouri and Kentucky .Manufactured Tobacco. Their stock was purchased upon the very best terms of importers and Manutacturcrs, of hrst hands, and is one of the largest and most t complete in the United States. . . . '1 hey would respectf ully invite the attention of Druggists, Merchants, rhyeicians. Manufacturers, and dealers generally, to tiieir stock before buying elsewhere, as they are prepared to warrant the qualities of their goods, and are determined to sell them tor cash or to prompt dealers on the usual time on as good terms as any other house in the West or Southwest, or on an average as low as they can be bought Lat in the quantities usually bought by Country dealers, wiih carrirge, insurance, and exchange added. Th;y have resident agents i:t the East, through whom they are enabled to keep their stock complete and liesu during the season. Persons who cannot visit the city, by sending them their orders shall be served as promptly and with goids at as low rates and of as good quality as if they were here in person 1 lie loilOWing compose a pari ui men laic rcwuia ; . 54 cases Lwnoticc; UO barrels Alsm; 50 dozen c weet Oil; 1,200 do Phila. Blocking;. 200 do ass'd n Brushes; COO do Scotch SnulT; 3,500,000 Percussion Cape, 300 gross Matches; " . 500 reams Cap l ap'r, a?sd; 600 do Lett'r do do; M.O00 lbs Prime Madder; 100 do 50 do 50 do 100 do 50 do 50 do IjO do 50 do 10 do 5 io gr'd and copal Japan Black 10,000 Ids choice Soft Indigo; 3.000 gross VPl & Bott'e corks; N. B. Ginsen-, Beeswax, Flaxseed, r, ains, r ' F. " ... a -as i-ai vi try produce generally taken at the market price in exchange lor their goods or in payment ot debts due to 1 lie Evansville Journal is authorised o publish the above to the amount ol $10, and send the bill Journal Office for payment. Um. Jour. ALEXANDER LAUC.il HIV, Wholesale and Retail tf Grocery, Iron, Nail, Tin and Sheet iron store. WaTEh STKfcKT, EV.NSV;LLE. 1.ND1AN 7 E beg leave to cull the attention of merchants. Trndrrs. and Farmers Eenerallv, throughout ihe Wabash country, Illinois, and the boutliern por .ion of Kentucky, to our large and very general lock of Groceries, Iron, Nails, Tin Plate, Copper, Wire. Axes. Cotton Yarn and Domestic .Manufac tured Articles. Which we orfcr for sale at very re- iuced prices for Cash or Produce. The head of the house residing in Pittsburgh, will enable us to be regularly supplied with all articles in jur line. Dealers and country merchants need not travel bevond fc.vanvide lor asuppivut' all article lhy may need, and they would considt their interest by giving us a call, as we are determined to rm riti hare ot "public patronage. The business will be conducted by JAMES LAUGHLIN, Jr. JOT Feathers, HiJse. Tallow, lieeswax, and ali kinds of Produce purchased at the highest market price. - may 4, MT-tf. L UMBER. A large and full assortment of Pine! Lumber. Forsalebi r may4 it A. LAUGHLIN, Water si ITriNDOW Class. An assortruet of Window W . Glass, assorted sizes. For sale by may 4 tt. A- LAUGHLIN, Water NKW UUUbSi'KEW Gi) Ml JUST received by JOHN SHANKLIN, corner of Locust and Water street, Lvansville; IOO i'ack ages, consisting in part ol the following articles, viz: 5t0 pieces prints of the newest style, 15 bales urown meeting, 20 pieces nd Fltmnels, 0 " White do 20 " Canton do, , 50 Bed Tick, ! 25 cases Boots ami Shoes, 100 pieces Bleached ohirtings, 20 pairs Large Blankets, Blue and Green Mackinaw do, 13 boxes liats and Caps, assorted, I CO dozen Hosiery, ; Satiinets, Cassimers and Jeans, liuena Vista C-ssinierc; Paramatta and Coburg Ctbth?, California Plaids, Cashmeres, M. de La ins, Alpaccas ol evry variety, Wool Cloakings, ' 5 uicecs Gro Du tthinc Silks. Also , Linen Cambric Hdk'fs, fancy and Black Silk do. A large assortment of Shawls from 50 eta 8,00. COr All kinds of Produce taken in exchange dec21-'47tf ? r DISSOLUTION. THE partnership heietofore existing under tbefirm ol 'ichtlnirale Ai Sowers," Tobacco and Ci- gars lanutacturers, lstni- aay uissoiveu Dy mutual consent, the business cl the late hrm win be i et tied a the old stand by YViluam IN ightingale. WM.NIGHTLNGALE JACOB SOWERS. A CARD. WE the undersigned have thisday associated our-L, uai Ptaw selves together under the firm of NightingaleheaP wholesale St. K ister. in he 1'obacco and Ctrar butinet, at the ola stand of John S. Mracken, Main Street, would resDectlullv announce to the pub'ic, that we intend keeping constantly on hand a good assortment of the! best brands Virginia and Missouri Tobacco. "Snuffs") Regalia, Principe, Car one, Caradava, half Spanish and Common cigars; together with all articles in the line. Orders from abroad attended to with punctuality and dispatch. WM. NIGHTINGALE, ap 4-tf-w&tw JOSEPH KISTER. C1IIAWLS A eres t variety of Shawls, amnnsst O which are an extensive assortment of superior and common black, cloth, 1 artan, 31 ode, 1 ureni, &c. For sale low by fsSl M. W. FOSTER Johnson f- Crane. " ' and is constantly receiving directly from New York " Hats, Sonnets, Boots and Chocs, exert himself to make his establishment popular as those who are residing in town, and would raspect- oilers at wholesale and retail upon terma which be apl5 MORRIS 8. JOHNSON. by the Senior partner ot the firm in the Eastern mar- 100 barrels Copperas; 50 do Plaster Paris: Spa Whiting; English Venetian Red; Spirit Turpentine; Tanner's Oil; Ko. 1 Castor Oil; Winter Lard Oil: . 1,500 boxes Window Glass; l,ouo do Vials and lot ties; . 200 do Shop Furniture; 50 do Ground Pepper; ' ' 500 do Virginia Tobacco; 200 do Missouri do; 300 do Kentucky do; 30 casks Chlorade Lime; . 40 do Sataratus; chop'd Woods; V armsh; do; do; lax ana i ow lernen, yountry cigars, uara and uoun a rr t . . to them. to the mar. 13 tflf I pieces Black and Colored Alpacca Lüsten "JVJl2S Kentucky Jean. 100 " Sattinetts all colors. 130 " Red, White and VeUew flannels. 73 Cases assorted Prints. 5 " iileacaed Muslins. 500 Woollen Shawls. 150 Pair Blankets, just received and for sale very cheap, by J. II. MAG11L.L, &. CO., oct. liMl Mainstreei A SPLENDID let of Paper Hangings and Win dow Paper, just received and for sale low by janBMf: J. H. MAGHhE &, CO. SUNDRIES. - 'CA BBLS Plantation Molasses; ...... JCF ÖO doz buckets; 13 diesis tubs; 2UU0 Gunny Bag's, just received and fer WADASII FLOUR, 200 bbis "Otter Creek" Brand, racae'rad ,jer Arkansas Mail, and tor sale by BEMENT& VIELE al by WABASH FLOUR. -iTTDPDTrtD I I f 1 1 vijtiuun utoiiua lureaie oy O mar9-tf BEMENT& YIELB.' FISH! FISIIl! 100, BBLS, No. 1 Mackerel: '200 " o2 do; 200 halves and quarters Nos 1 and 3; iiw ooxes Herring, Direct from Boston and lor sale cheap. jan 2o BEMtiNT &. 1ELE. Window, Wall Paper and Borderine. r UL.L supply of the .aiest paterns, ' r and for sale by ljan29j C. BELL. REFINED LOAF SUGAxt. öicwan a iouuie lienneu; a bbis Crushed do do 1 do Powdered, in store and for sale low by Jn29. , c. BELL CLOTHS, Cassimeres, and V es tings iiourlly's celebrated French black Cioth; t.ng. & Amer. bl ue, black, brown and olive Cloth ; Plain and plaid Cas6imeres; Saitn Velvet, Woolen, and Silk Vcstinga. Also a good assortment of Tailors tri ai anngs For sale low either at wholesale retail. ap25-tf M W. FOSTER. LAWNS AND PRINTS'. 'TUST received a small lot ol handson cawns and o J Spring Prints. mar25J M.W.FOSTLK.; PANT STUFFS. . IUST received brown and bleached Linen Drills, Cotton Cashimers. Cottonades. De min bl ue lirflln- &c., euitaMe for men's Summer wear. mar 2o. M. W FOSTER. JUST Openinr Superior Silk Warn Black Alpaccas: 50 ps low and mediut price cott Warp Alpacca; Mode and high colored Lustres and Cassimeree; Oregon and California Plaids: Plaid and striped De' isles and Mohair Cloth; Gala Plaids and all wool Cloakings, n at wholesale or ratal!. ep S-tf. M. w. foster: 10C a. reis Kenhawa. Salt for sale by fdei 21-u) JOHN Sil AN KUN. BBLS Kanawha Salt, on hand and for rale lap 11 KRfJESEN & MORGAN. STATIONARY. REAMS Foolicap paper, assorted; 100 reams Letter paper, do; 100 50 gross blak Ink Also, a upply of Quills, steel Pens. Wafers, aai Sealing Wax, in store and for sale by jan 21. C. BELL. i ' 1 -I w 1 P I I -I i; r ! '1 1 1 i i 1 1 i HS'