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VOL. I.
EVANSVILLE, I A., TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1848.
NO. 20
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WM. II. CHANDLER & Co., Publishers.
OFFICE ON FIRST ST., BELOW "MAIN.
TffATS OF ADVERTISING:
For twelve lines, first insertion, 50 cents
For each additional insertion, 25 cents
For twelve line per annum in Daily r Weekly paper
changeable. . . $8 DO
For nine amount in both papers, 10 u)
Fur one-fourth column Daily or weekly 20 00
. uu uo" in ooui paper,
For one-half column Daily or weekly
do do in both papers
...25 00
35 00
43 00
-4 00
r or Cards of aiz lines and under
The Drivilepe of annual advertisers is limited to
their immediate business, and may be changed as
often aa once a week ; and all advertisements lor the
benefit of other persons, aa well as all legal adver
. tisements, and advertisements of auction sales sent
in by them, must be paid for at the usual rates.
No reports, resolution, or proceedings of any cor
poration, society, association, or public meeting, and
no communication designed to call attention to any
matter of limited or individual interest, can be inser
ted, unless paid for as an advertisement.
No advertisement can be inserted gratuitously for
charitable or other socielics,public institutions or com
panies. Agreements will be made at higher pricee for ad
vertisements inserted Ufore "marriages and death","
but all advlktisexexts that exceed the limits engag
,d,. will be counted and charged tor.
A. It. JONES & CO..
Produce Dealers dt Commission Elh'ts
No. 19 Front Street, St. Louis.
Inferences:
B. & W Lewia, ( Evansvillo
Harrington, Hannah Sl Co.,
Ueckwithot Dryer, i ct - t S. W. Ball,
Mclloae &. English, I bt' ljms- III Whitniore,
t2-y Mathews fc Patch.
I.
Di Ü FORTH - J. L. DAJIFOBTH.
J. DAIV FORTH & SON.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS.
No. 444, Main St. Louisville, Ky. m21
IV. C. PETEKS & CO.
MUSIC PUBLISHERS,
No. &07 Main Street, Louisville, Ky.
(MUT DOOl TO THE BANK OF LOC1ST1LLK.)
CONSTANTLY on hand, double and
single Action Harps, Musical Instru
meats ot every
description, Italian '
Strinz.
Music published W eekly Music bound in
est manner. !
l Im strongest manner.
Piano Fortes repaired and tnned to let, and sec-
25minaries aupplied nith Music at a liberal dis
count. ; mar 21 ly
J. II. ItlAGIIEE V CO.,
Agents of the
BQMHARBOUR MINING AND MANUFACTURING CO..
HAVE just received
500e doz. Cotton Yarn,
Which they are authorized to sell at Louisville prices
at atl times during the season.
. These Yarns are of an excellent quality, and supe
rior to most of the Pittsburg Brands. Fleai call and
examine them. ap 8
COUrtlEIlCIAL. HOTEL.
LOUISVILLE, KY.
P. W. BIBD, PltOPIETOR.
fcJ-Oppoeite the Washington Hall, 5th street, be
tween Main and Market. "21 y
fun i.iaLT, J horatio q. wheelee
INt.I.i: Jk AVIIEELEIt,
ATTORN KYS AT LAW,tjcoctssoEsTo Battell
St. Imwlc. General Collection and Real Estate
Agency. Öfiice on Hrst street, below Main.
N. II II Q- Wheelek, Notary Public. oc9 tf
JOHN J. CHANDLER, Attorney at Law Office
First st. between Main and Sycamore, ap 2o
JAMES G. JONES, Attorn at Law, Office on
First street, below Main. ap23 tf.
9X1A ail EX.
mos. E. GAE VI
BAKER t GARVIN, Attorneys at Jw. hvans
die, la. Office in the Court House. sep3 '46.
T TEDICAL. GEO. B. WALKER, Physician A
ilX Surrson, corner of Vine and First sts. jylG'45
MEriCAI-JOHN R. WIIXTOX, Physician J
.Surf eon. First sL, above Main, Evansville. ap20
iXIKL XI tGA. JAMES M0RGA5.
MEDICAL. D. Sc J. MORGAN, Physicians
and Surgeons Otlice on First St., between Main
andSycanr.ore. apJO tf.
WTXVTK ' MARK TRAFT0M
T7EKV ER SLrRArr01i,rhwsicians& Surgeons
f Oft. on First st. near the Sherwood House.
N. B. lr. Weever's residence is on Second St., hrst
door bf low Kev. Mr. Dodge's church, nov 13-6m.
UU. JOHN T. WALKER. "
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office on Main
t.-..-t ki.-niennl and Third, and nearly
pr-iiM ihi Clerk's office, where he may at all times
b and unless absent on professional business
it-2ü, '47-t f
Mi jr TiftAL R. GILL HA R VET
fTIAYLOft Ax. HARVEY, Commission and For
A K rardin Merchants, Water St., Evansville, Indi-
Haie also
a large, new wharf-boat wliere they
tore Ireight free of drayagc. ap23
wi...eeive and store
C. WtRM'JT--f.
I. B. HAJf.f An.
E. n. FAIKCUII-D
HARRINGTON, HANNAH . CO., ortcarrfs
and Commission Mrchants, Water st, ophite
, th wharf boat. . Still continue, to receive and for
TAvrd on liberal terms. ap 24 tf.
WOOLSEY Sc N ELSONomwo Mrchants
A uctionrs. Main, 2d door from Second st. a?
BRADT&.MATIIEWS, Tailors, shopon theeast
side of Main stone door from the corner of r irst.
WM HOLDEN, Tailor, Main street, over James
Scantlin &. Son's Stove etore. ap 241y.
WM. M. MORRISON, Taylor, Main st., one door
from the corner of Second. Solicits a share of
the patronage of the town and country. ap?A ly.
T O'NEIL, Fashionahls Tailor,
First st , abov
JLS. Mail
Main near the Sherwood House. ap2Uly.
T T. HUGO.
Home Carpenter and Joiner On
J Vine street, near Mr. Dogde'a church
imyz-om
EATON &. I1UGG, House Carpenters and Joiners,
2d street between Sycamore and Vine. ' ap25 dy
CINCINNATTI AT HOME!.!
OAP AND CANDLE 31 AN U FACTORY. J
MATIIEW McINNERN EY it. Co., would res
pectlully Inform the citizens of Evansville, and
the public generally, that they have established a
Soap and Candle Manufactory, on Division street,
between 2d and 3d, at the old ttand of Wilka Reagen,
where they intend to keep always on hand a supply
of Soap and Candles, of thebeot quality, which they
iatend to aelt at Cincinnati price. The highest mar
ket price will be paid for tallow and greae of all
kinds.
j -
teb 12-4m.
TOBACCO.
JUST received from Baltimore,
SO boxes Tobacco;
Areorted Brands, in store and for sale by
ap54 ALLIS&H0WES
CRAWFORD BELL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGIST,
MAIN STJ2EET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA
HAS now in store and daily receiving his Spring
supply Drugs Medicines, Faints, Oils. D.
ptces, coaps, rerjumery, n mOouj lidifi,
Glattware, Xarnish. Paint and larnith Brushes. Ac.
4-c. Mytock is one of the largest and most com
plete ever before offered in this market, eomnrininu
almost every article in my line, selected by inyseH
with great care in regard to the best qualities, and
purchased directly from first hands and on the best
terms, by which means I am enabled to sell at as low
a rate as any other House in this part of the country.
Dealers are respestfully requested to call and examine
my stock before purchasing elsewhere, and those who
cannot do so, by sending their orders s ball have them
attended to as promptly and at rates as low as if here
in person.
My stock consists, in part, of the following .
500 ozSulp Quinine; , 150 lbs Chrome Yellow;
. .5 ox Iodine; S 10 LbU Tanners' Oil;
100 oz llv'd Potasso. ) 5 do Linseed do:
50 oz Peperine; ; 5 do pure Castor Oil;
tu oz rix t U a r k free i pH; ; 10
do Spirit Turpen
3M lbs Gum Aloes;
350 do Assnfetiiio;
250 do Pulv Rhubarb;
2jO do do Jalapo;
15 bbls Sulphur;
5 do Brimstone;
300 lbs Foil Indigo; ,
1200 do fine Madder,
200 do Nutmegs;
300 do Cloves;
tine;
do Copal Varnish;
do Alcohol;
do Copperas;
do Alum;
boxes Bottles and
Viala;
do Window Glass;
5
5
10
5
200
jOO
5 Carboys Oil Vitriol;
6 do Nitric .Sc. Mu
riatic Aeie:
100 mats Cinnamon;
200 113 Calomel;
500 do Cream Tartar;
10 bbls pp. Whiting;
10 do do Drown;
10 do V. Red;
150 lbs Chrome Green;
?1500 Iba Salacratus;
?. 1 K V 1
luuu ao neu Aeau:
300 do Litharge;
10 boxes James' River
Tobacco;
150 kegs White Lead.
JU0 uo t ans Ureen:
m . - . - 1
ttGinsene. Flatten!. Feathers, and Beeswax ta
ken at the highest market price in exchange for a
goods sold, or in payment of debts due me.
N. 13. All persons indebted to the firm of W. &. C
Bell will please settle up as soon as possible, either
by note or otherwü, as the firm has been dissolved
since the 23d of August ladt.
jan:W,Md-tf. . CRAWFORD BELL.
DltUGS AN1 MKDICINES.
ALLEN C. IIALLOCK, Druggist andJJ
PAarmaeutitt, would call the attention ol
the citizens of Evansville and and adjoining
uiwns to his complete assortment of Drugs,Medicines,
Chemicals, Oil?, DyestufT, Scc, &-C, See. All of
which are carefully selected and received fresh from
the Eastern Markets. Thvsicians and merchants
may depend upon their orders being promptly attend
ed to and the eenuinA art irl nlwitvo delivered, on
terms wholesale and retail as favorable as the same
quantity and quality can be purchased at any Place.
A full a59ortment of Botanic Medicines, Roots,
Barks, Herbs, Extracts, To wders, &.C., prejiared and
ut up by the Shakers.
Hallock's snperior cold drawn No. 1 Castor Oil,
lanufacturcd at Mt. Carmel, Illinois.
Alaree assortment of l'attcnt and Family Medi
cines, Essence ', Hair Oil's, Perfumery, Soaps, and
!ancy articles Cologne, liay and Kose Water, allot
the best qualities Seullitze and Soda l owers, care
fully put up and of full weight.
Copal Varnish at $3 00, $2 25, and $1 75 per gal
on.
Superior Pale French Brandy, P. H. Goddard & Co's
Brand, warranted pure, for medical purpoHca ouly.
Hallock's Worm Candy, a safe and pleasant med
icine to destroy worms in children and improt e their
their general health;
Hallock's Cou;h Candy composed ofllorehound
Bonese), i.e. for all kinds of cattgh.
ALSO ON SALE.
At the proprietors prices
Dr. Wood's Sarsnparilla and Wild Cherry Bittcrs
See advertisement.
Dr. Upham'a Vegitable Pile Electuary See adver
iisement
Wilder'a Sugar Coated Veg. Anti-Fever rills See
auvertisenient.
Dr. VanZandt'a Health Restorative Vec. Fills See
advertisement.
Dr. Folgert (Jlosaonion,or all Healing Balsom See
naveriifement.
Dr. Feter'a Vegetable Pills, Worm and Cough Lor
rces.
Dr. Ie Roy's Universal Vegetable Pills, composed
of Sarsnparilla and Wild Cherry.
Dr. 1 or ter'a Poor man's Curative Sugar Coated
Pill, at to cents per box.
Dr, Porter's Poor Man's Strengthning Tlaster, at
10 cents a piece.
Barnes' Tooth-Ache Drops, warranted to cure in all
cases.
Overst reel's genuine Linamcnt.and Doctor Beach
iamilyrill.
Dr. Grave's Anti-Fever and Fever and A cue Pill-,
iwiioiera lniantum ana Uowel com
plaint Till.
Dr. Grave's Pain Extractor, for burns, scalds swel
lings, Rheumatic Pain3, &c, warranted to give in
stant.relief in all cases.
Nerve and bone Linament, highly celebrated for its
curative powers
At the New Drug Store; Main street opposite Be
ment & V tele s. ivlt) tf
MALE ACADEMY AND FEMALE
SLJUINAHY.
THE sulwcrilwr, grateful lor the increasing patron
age the above institutions are receiving, respect
fully givea notice, that the Spring Term will com
mence Feb. 21st, and the Summer Term, May 13th;
the Academy, to be taught exclusively by himself,
tlie seminary, by Mrs. L. M. S a fiord, assisted by
Miss E. F. Morton and Miss S. C. Bowden;--teachers
amply qualified by their literary attainments and
experience in teaching, to give thorough instruction
in all the branches usually taught in the best Semina
ries of the country.
Two other younc ladies from tiie East, of tried, and
highly approved capabilities for teaching, are expect
ed in a short time. Ihe public may rest assured,
that no pains will be spared to render the schools wor
thv of their confidence and cordial support.
For the better classification and urocress of the
scholars, the pupils of the Seminary are arranged into
two departments; 1 rimary and Academical, with
appropriate teachers assigned to each, but both under
one general pupervij'ion. By this arrangement, the
best order willbe secured, and alt due attention paid
to small, as well as large scholars.
It is kreativ to the interest of those who attend the
school, that they commence with the beginning of the
term; as classes are tnen lormeu, ana subjects ui stu
dy commenced.
RATES or TCITIOX 1 THE ACADEMY.
Primary English branches 4 U0 per Qur
Higher English branches 5 00 " "
Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Algebra, Geome
try, either or all, together with the pre-
ceding w
TciTiorr in the semis arv.
Primary Department $3 00 per Qur.
Academical Department 4 00 to 5 00 " "
EXTRA BRANCHES
Latin, French, or Algebra for each'.. 2 00 " "
M uric lessons with use of instruments 8 00 M "
Use of instrument for practice 2 00 "
Evansville Feb. 8. M. W. SAFFORD.
Evansville City Foundory,
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED have just erected in the
J. City of Evansville a FOUNDERY, which is
situated below Division street," and near the Ex
change Hotel, where they are prepared to execute all
kinds of castings in Iron, such as cooking and par
lor Stoves, Flougha, Corn Sheller, Wagon Boxes,
Hollow-ware, and in fact all other worn in their line
at Cincinnati prices. They will warrant all work
done by them, and their Stoves for twelve months.
They invite calls from those in want of work in i their
line before going elsewhere. All orders will be
punctually attended to and faithfully executed. ,
Cash paid for old casting-. w
Jan l-6m KRATZ & HEILMANN,
Are you Insured?
THE undersigned as agent for the Col
umbus Ohio Insurance Company, is prepar
ed to take risks on on shipments of Merchant
dize. Produce, &.c., from and to any part of the U.
States by steam and sailing vessels, ateam, canal.
keel and Hat boats, a wo upon buildings, merchandize,
furniture, &c., on most reamnable terms.
The hb?h reDUtation which this Coimnanv lnr for
Usability, liberality and Dromptness in adjusting lost
wu, rnuues ii to me eonnuence anu patru . e
public. nov27-tf. . JNOM. STOCK W -
FIRE $ MARINE INSURANCE.
"If there be eafcty only in good security in
order to be secure ve mast be safely Insured."
WHEN we hear of our friends loosing their prop
erty by fire.or that the vessel on which thev have
made shipment of Produce or Merchandize is lost, the
hrst question we ask is 'were you insured?' Now if we
feel such an interest in the welfare of our friends, how
can any one risk the dangers that are continually sur
rounding ma own property withou being able at any
time to answer the question if put to himself, "Yes
I am Insured."
The Camden Insurance Comp any of New
Jersey, well make insurance on Buildings, House
hold furniture and Merchandize of all kinds also
unon shipment of Produce and Mercandize, on bond
ot Steam Boats, Sailing Vessels, Canal, Keel and
Flat floats, at a fair valuation and at reasonablo rates
of Premium, and, in cae ol loss, aa soon as the claim
can be properly adjusted pay over the same.
All CM P lltTIIUir .
Office on Main at., near Water,
mar 9 Evansville, la.
LIFE INSURANCE.
JANUARY REPORT.
THE Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company du
ring the month of January, 184c, issued 191 new
policies, ix
IV Merchants & Trad
To U.S. Oaicers..."
Teamster,
Lawyers,
Farmers, '
" Pilot,
" Agent,
" Servants,
" Sea Captains,.."
Auctioneer,
" Student,. .....
4
1
4
4
1
1
8
3
1
I
ers,
Mechanics,
Manufacturers,
Clerks, .......
69
21
20
10
6
- 7
Clergymen,
Physicians,
Lndies, ...
Editors,.
9
2
5
Teachers,
Urokers,
4
New Policies iwued in
January, 1818,
181
ROBERT T. PATTERSON. President.
Bexj. C Miller, Secretary,
ALLEN C. HALLOOK, Agent.
M. J. Brat, M. D. Medical Examiner.
All persons wishing to make insurance on their
own or on their friends LIVES, will please call up
on the agent in this City, Office on Main street near
yy ater, and examine the terms and rates ol the com
pany, mar 9-y
TAYLOR HALL.
JNO. M. APP respectfully informs the
public cenerallly that he has leased for a
term ot vears. the well known tavern stand in
ansville formerly kept by E. Ehrsam, and lately by
Benj Nurre. '1 he house has been thoroughly re
paired, and handsomely fitted up with entire new fur
niture, and those of the travelling public who may fa
vor him with a call, may rest assured that their com
fort and convenience will meet with every attention.
His Table will always be supplied with the test
that the market affords, and his Bar furnished with
the choicest loquors, carefully selected by an experi
enced hand.
Attached to the HalV and immediately on the
Public Square, are bis stables, acknowledged . by all
to be the most spacious and convenient in the place.
aue 26, 1817 1 1. JU. M. Aff.
SHERWOOD HOUSE.
FIRST STREET, EVAX8V1LLE, INDIANA.
THE undersigned having become proprietors
of the above well known establishment, beg
leave 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 House has
heretofore enjoyed under the management of Mr.
Sherwood. No exertions will be spared to give uni
versal satisfaction to all. 1 he Table ana the Bar
will be abundantly furnished and the rooms kept
clean and neat. Charges as heretofore moderate
NATHAN ROWLEY,
nov 4-tf . PETER BURK. .
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
THE undersigned has opened a Private
Boarding House in the Brick Building on Wa
iliL ter Street, above Main, known as the Wheel
er House. My object is to keep a houce for the ac
commodation of Gentlemen principally. There are,
however, three or four very pleasant rooms in the
House which can be fitted unfor the accommodation
of small families. The table shall not be surpassed
by any in tne city.
Nov. 4th A. FARNSWORTH.
FURGUS FURNITURE WAREHOUSE.
it the old stand, Main St. above the Market.)
1 have on band and shall constantly keep
for sale, a large and general assortment of
rUKlM l UKj, made in the best manner,
aSijand wnicii I will sell at remark aMc low
prices. 1 hose wishing any article in my line are re
quested to call and examine my stock.
N. li. All orders from the countrv nromntlv at
tended to and furniture carefully packed for shipment
Feb. l-6m
ROBERT FURGUS.
CHAIRS! Chairs! I am able to offer
Ypk- the public an assortment of Chairs of all
nn qualities and prices, of beautiful patterns
and workmanship. Call and ixamine at my
Furniture Wareroom, Main street above the Market
feb l-43m ROBERT FURGUS
COFFINS.
made to order.
Constantly on hand and
ROBERT FURGUS.
Main Street.
feb 1-Cm
WABASH AND ERIE CANAL INDIANA
Canal Lettingo.
rrMIE undersigned will receive sealed proiiosals at
1 l erre Haute, Indiana, on the zttn day ot iviay
next, for the construction of Fortv Miles of the l'a
bush and Erie Canal, extending from Terre Haute to
Point Commerce, on the West Fork of White River.
The line will be divided into sectiens, about a half
a mile in length, and will embrace the variety of
work usually presented on a similar division ol Ca
nal; amongst which one reservoir, a number of lift
locks, culverts. Sue. together with the rebuildings of a
portion of Eel river dam and the guard-loc1. connec
ted therewith.
Payments will be made as the work advances in
par funds. .
The line to be let; will be ready for inspection by
the 15th of May, and by the 20th of that month, the
plans, specifications, estimates and quantities, See,
will be exhibited at the Engineer's office in Terre
Haute. "
Dated, Terre Haute, 17th March , 1343.
CHARLES BUTLER,
TIIO. II. BLAKE,
. .-- AUSTIN M. PUETT.
Trustees of the Wabash and Erie Canal.
apG-6w
BRANDY AND WINE. "
5 quarter caska pure juice Port Wine;
5 " Old Port do;
3 " Maderia;
1 M " " " Sherry;
1 pipe pure Cognac Brandy, Otard, Dupuy'a
Brand. These Liquors eave beon purchased especial
ly for sickness, and the public can rely upon their pu
nty. In store and for aale by Ijan29 C BELL.
MACKEREL,
10
BBLS
jan Q
No 1, in storeand for sale by
C. BELL.
FLAT BOAT 80 feet Ion?, will he sold cheap by
ap II KRCESEN &. MORGAN,
Ev
fl
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fashionable XZat Zlstablishznent,
Ccrucrof Main and FirstSt Evansville. .
a THE attention of country merchants and dealers
is particularly directed to the large and varied as
sortment of HATS, CAPS, now opening at the
above establishment, comprising the most complete
Jtock of fashionable and durable Spring and Summer
wear ever offered in this city, and unsurpassed in the
West. Possessing the most favorable facilities for
purchasing and a judge of all articles in toy line, I
amabltosell at rates lower than can be obtained
elsewhere in the city, and as low as such articles can
be had in Louisville or Cincinnati.
My retail customers are are invited to call and ex
amine my stock of Spring and Summer Hats, several
styles of which are unsurpassed tor beauty of finish
and lash ion. It'ia 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 us."
J. VAUTIMN & CO.,
OULD respectfully announce to theft v
citizens of Evansville and country ad-lV.
jacent, that they have recently opened a Shoe Store
on the West side of Main street, next door the cor
ner of Second, where they are manufacturing BOOTS
AND SHOES IN ALL THEIR VARIOUS BRANCHES. Their
experience in the business will enable them to procure
Uhe best of stock and have it manufactured in the most
durable manner. -We invite the citizens of Lvansvule
and public generally to call and examine our work,
as we have a good stock ot ready made work ot our
own manufacture. Young men wishing fine Boots
can obtain them hereof every description, ready made
or to order if preferable. All orders lett with us for
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 tnat
feel disposed to favor us with a call. We are prepar
ed to manufacture Fancy Shoes of every different style.
1 hose Ieavins orders lorbhoes may rest assured that
no pains will be spared in trying to accommodate
them witn anv sivle thev wish.
We feel willine to acknowledge our gratitude to
the citizens tor the friendship they have mam tested
towarus us. ana mann mem ior tneir uoerai patronage,
and hope that in return our work may merit their
approbation.
IKrA 11 work done by us is warranted, and no charge
made for mending work that should eive way.
feb 14 w&tw tf. J. VAU 1 KIN or. CO.
REMOVED--CITY SHOE STORE
. W. R. BAKER,
lYTOULD respectfully return thanks to his friends
V v and the public eenerall v. for the patronase 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. II. Vhelps, as a tiilor shop, on Main St.,
between First and Second, immediately opposite C.
Bell's Drug Store, w here he wi'l keep constantly on
hand a large and well selected slo- !of Boots & Snoes
of every variety and of the latetth.uL most -approved
style, which will be sold very low at w hofcsale and
retail. y . jan 'J-tt
p BOOTS AND SHOES.
I JUST RECEIVED AT THE
mnirj CITY SHOE STORE, ON MAIN ST.
A SPLENDID assortment of Boots and Shoes,
ii. contesting of Gents Fine Calf and Morocco
Boots Ladies patent Leather and White Kid Slip
pers, Gaiters and half Gaiters of various patterns
together with a lartre lot of Childrcns Shoes ol eve.y
discretion. The above goods are of the bet qiiy.
and suitable lor the present season, i lease can ana
examine my goods and prices. .
No. 22, main Street.
ap6-tf W.R.BAKER.
JUST received this day by
Express A few cases of Boots and
Shoes, and a variety ot Ladies' and
MissesMino Shoes. W.K.BAKER,
jan. 22 Mam street:
DISSOLUTION.
TIIE partnership heretofore existing under thefirm
of ''Nightingale & Sowers," Tobacco and Ci
gars Manufacturers, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent, the business of the late firm will be fettled
at the old stand by William Niphtingale.
WM. NIGHTINGALE.
JACOB SOWERS.
A CARD.
WE the undersigned have this day associated our
selves together under the firm of Nightingale
ft Kister, in the Tobacco and Cigar business, at the
oiJ stand of John S. McCracken, Main Street, would
respectfully announce to the pub'ic, tliat we intend
keeping constantly on hand a good assortment of the
best brands Virginia and Missouri Tobacco. "Snuffs'1
PriniiinA f".finnriA fTfirjitnvA Hfilf nfinitli
ttnl Common cVars: together with all articles in
the line
Orders from abroad attended to with punctuality
and dispatch. WM. NIGHTINGALE,
ap 4-tf-w&tw JOSEPH K ISTER.
CLAGETT V MILLER,
Importers and Wholesale Sealers in
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
Cutlery, Guns and Fancy Goods.
No. 526, Alain Street, Louisville, Kentucky.
THE subscribers are now in receipt of, and are
daily receiving additions to their Spring Importa
tions, embracing one of the Urgest and best assorted
Stocks ever offered in this market.
Our stock of Table and Pocket Cutlery stands pre
eminent in point of variety, and at prices which defy
competition in the East or West. ,
Our importations have been very heavy, ordored di
rect from the Manufacturers in England and Ameri
ca at the lowest figure, and have been selecU-d with
great care assorting our Stock with the latest and
cost choice styles of Goods, which we guarantee to
All upon the most favorable terms.
Having extended our acquaintance with the Euro
pean and American Manulacturers, we are enabled to
offer purchasers advantages superior to any former
vcar.
An examination of our stock is respectfully solic-
Iteb. 2-3mo.
Lousvillk Kt., Feb'y. 24th 1843.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
TUST received by JOHN SHANKL1N, comer of
J Locust and Waterstreet, Evansville; iw rack
ages, consisting in part ot the following articles, viz:
SW pieces prints ot tne newest ttyie,
15 bals Brown sheetings,
20 pieces Red Flannels, '
20 " White do
20 . Canton do,
50 " Bed Tick, -.
25 cases Boots and Shoes,
. 100 pieces Bleached Shirtings,
20 pairs Large Blanket. .
Blue and Urcen Mackinaw do, .
. 15 boxes Hats and Caps, assorted,
60 dozen Hosiery,
Satiinets, Casfimcra and Jeans,
Buena Vista Cassimcre;
Paramatta and Coburgh Cloths,
California Plaids, Cashmeres, Af. do Lains,
Alpaccas of every variety. Wool Cloaking?,
5 pieces Gro De Khine Silks,
Also, Linen Cambric Hdk'f, fancy and Black Silk
do. A large assortment of Shawls from 50 cts. to
$3,00.
XT" All kinds of Produce taken in exchange. -
dec21-'47tf . ;
TRUNKS.Leather Tniaks of
Urn
iXJjj good quality and WW prioes; also Car
rjTTT;! nt Ra rrm gf aucnr varic.lv fAv en 1 a At t Via
WV P61 ß8 ' every variety for sale at the I
i-.l.J-l-l Cincinnati Clothing Store. . 1
nov 4-tt
mii-ir.in.ii. cc rn.u.i.it.K.
NEW GOODS!
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL..
THE NEW BRICK STORE NEARLY OPPOSITE THE BANK,
IN
(Formerly occupied by Johnson f Crane,)
THE subscriber has ow ned within the last lew days, and is constantly receiving directiy from New Yerk
an extensive and splendid assortment of: -. ,
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. XXats, Sonnets, Boots and Chocs,
.,. . . . . , , , and Fancy Hardware,
Which ha ving been purchased at the late I arge Peremptory Auction Sales, he flatters himself he can sell at
much less than the usual ptices He is determined to exert himself to make his establishment popular aa
w-ell with purchasers who are visiting'the City, as w ith those who are residing in town, and would rnspect
ully request the attention ol all to Ji)s stock, which he offers at wholesale and retail upon terms which he
hinks will notfail to give entire satisfaction. ap 15 MORRIS S. JOHNSON.
NEW SPRING GOODS JUST RECEIVED
BY KRCESEN l MOG-AN,
NO. 25, UIAI1V STREET. EVANSVILLE, 1ND.
TnE subscribers are now in receipt of a portion of .their Spring stock, consisting of Berages, Spring:
Dress Silks, Superfine Lawns, Ginghams and Prints, Linen Handkerchiefs, Tickings. Summer Stuff
of various qualities, &c, which have been purchased by the Senior partner of the firm in the Eastern mar
kets, for CASH. His long experience and close buying, will enable üs to offer such inducements as should
not be disregarded byC'AJu Bcvers, we are determined t J sell as low, or lower than any house west of the
mountains. . '
Wewill be constantly receiving new goods from this time forward until the season closes. ap 11
J. H. MAGHEE & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic dry Goods.
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
ARE now receiving about 800 Cases of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, BONNETS, HATS,
suited for the Spring and Summer trade, which they ofler altogether at Wholesale, at remarkably low
prices. If you want to buy Goodseheaoer than you can get them anywhe.e else, west of the Mountains
call on us and see foryourselves. We have just received :
1000 pieces -Fancy Prints; 500 pieces Pantaloon Stuff; 100 pieces Lawns,
100 piece Ginghams; . 500 doz Palm Hats; 50 doz Fancy &. Straw Bonnets;
100 cases Shoes i. Boots; And a arge variety of small articles, to which we invite the attention
of the trade. ap 8
WILSON, STARBIRD & SMITH,
WEI OIL IB SAIL IB H3 Iß 1U G & II T S ,
HI A IN STREET, LOUISVILLE, ItY.,
ARE now in receipt t)f their Spring Supplies of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-stufls, Pa Me
dicines, Sun-eon's instruments. Paint Brushes, topices. Window Glass, Shop Furniture, Vials , Bot
tles, Perfumery, Virginia, Missouri, and Kentucky Manufactured Tobacco. Their stock was purchased
upon the very best term of Importers and Manufacturers, of first hands, and is one of the largest and most
complete iq the United States.
They would respectfully invite the attention of Druggists, Merchants, Physicians, Manulacturers, and
dealers generally, to their stock before buying elsewhere, as they are prepared to warrant the qualities of
their goods, and are determined to sell them ior cash or to prompt dealers on the usual time on as good
terms as any other bouse in the West or Southwest, or on an average as low as they can be bought East in
the quantities usually bought by Country dealers, with carrirge, insurance, and exchange added. They
have resident agents in the East, through whom they are enabled to keep their stock complete and fresh
during the season. Per jus who cannot visit the city, by sending them their orders shall be served as
promptly and with goods at as low rates and of as good quality as if they were here in person. -
1 lie lOUOWing comp m pari ui uii-ii take icvcipiB
54 cases Liquorice;
100 barrels Alum;
50 dozen Sweet Oil;
1,200 do Phi la. Blocking:
200 do ass'dPU Brushes;
JCOO dp Scotch Snuff;
3,500,000 Percussion Caps,
300 gross Matchen;
500 reama Cop PanV, ass'd;
G00 do Lett'r do do;
20,000 lbs Prime Madder; " '
10,000 Ids choice Soft Indigo;
3 1MJO NM Vi't Ät-iott wrks-.
100 . do Spa.
50
50
100
50
50
150
50
10
5
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
er
rl
Copal
Japan
Black
IM H (Ünsenor Beeswax.rlaxseed.lrur.bktn5.riax and low Linen. Country Uiears. Lard and Coun
try produce generally taken at the market price in exchange for their goods or in payment of debts due to them.
The Evansville Journal is authorised to publish the above to the amount of $10, and semi t'ie bill to the
Journal Office for payment. Lou. Jour. mar. 18
ALEX AN DER LAUG II LIN,
Wholesale and Retail
uiurocerv. Iron, saxi. A in
and Sheet Iron Store.
water stbeet, evansville, indiaka.
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TUTE beg leave to call the attention of merchants,'' onMrf"Ie:"onade8' üemin Wue UnIta
MM Traders, and Farmers generally, throughout"-; "m '..r. ,
the Wabash country. Illinois, and the Southern por- mw25. m. W FOSTER.
tion of Kentucky, to our large and very general
.entucKy, to our targe aim ijr Eciiciny-, . . M. . . .
Groceries, Iron, Nails, Tin Plate, Copper, Cincinnati Clothing StOrO.
sea. Cotton Yarn and Domestic Manufac Next door to Bell, Druggist,
OlOCH. UI UI
Wire. Axes
l : i
tured Articles. Which we offer for sale at very re
cineed nriees for Cash or Produce.
rI'k . A f .1. kmii. rocirtinT in PittaHiirrrti will
enable us to be recularly supplied with all articles in!
our line. Dealers and country merchants need notX Cincinnati, the latest ork styleot
travel beyond Evansville for a supply ot all articlec.' rb.G & SUMMER CLOTHUG,
they may need, and they would consult their interest A" which are made and tnmmed in the best man
by gi mg us a call, as we are determined to mrriti lncr. under weir direction expresly for this market,
share of public patronage. The business wiU be and consists of every article requisite to complete
public patronage.
conducted by -
JAMES LAÜGHLIN, Jr.
fcSr Feathers. Hides, Tallow. Beeswax, and all
kinds of Produce purchased
price.
y T I
I J r.nmhfr. For sale bv
may4 tf. A. LAUGHLIN, Water si
TTTINDOW Glass. An assortmet of Window
v Glass, assorted sizes, r or sale by
may 4 tf.
. . . i ,,r i
...ic.
A VALUABLE FARM for SALE
CONTAINING two hundred and six
tv-one and one half acres, ninety-six improved, ten
miles from Evansville on the stale road leading to'
1 erre Haute, one halt nue irom drowning a steam
mill. This land lies on both sides of the state road,!
and can be so divided that it will make two good
farms. Un the Last me ol the road is new two
story frame house, with a store room attached, thir-
I .""MA'W'iDrtA Frock tod Sack. Brown Linen and Linen
r i . - a t
two wide, with a twelve toot shed running the whole
leng h, and al othcr rncessary out buildings, and
plenty of good water, one hundred of choice apple;
trees, witH a o( peach and other truit trees.-;
On the west side ot.the road, is a good frame dwell-
'"ik. Pm?CC Vk. ? i .Krg rÄV"5-
ii'p channi with Kt.hlr-. anil nthrr mit hinlninrr
one hundred bearing apple trees of the best kind, also
, j i-. j -?
a vaiiety ot peach, plumb and cherry trees, a never
failing well of tne best kind of water. The land is
in a high state of cultivation, plenty of good hickory,
white and black oak timber tor all purposes, plenty
of sand, free and limestone rock, in short everything
to make it a desirable !cation. It is one of the best'
locations in tlds part of the State for a Etore and pub
lic house. This farm will be sold on reasonable
terms and payments made easy. For further infor
mation enquire of Jamea T. W alker, of Evansville
or te the proprietors on the premises.
Poffeestnon may be had immediately il required
JOHNBURTIS.
THOMAS HENNESSY
Scott townbhip.Vanduburs co.Ia. lar13 d&wGm
J i W " . r . t B"a.bnP' Linen bosom shirts: Muslin and Fannel do.; Flan
large double log barn sixty-six feet long by twcnty-Li . i w . ..,L. v,;,. n,. ci,:- r-i
For SalC or Real. Main street, EmntviUe, Indiana.
BROWNING'S "STEAM MILL," with'THE subscriber respectfully informs the Public
two run of French Burs. 10 miles from Evans-I -L that he ia carrvine on the Plouch Manufactu.
faj-
ville, and I of a mile from the stale road. Immedi-
ate possession will be given.
DCrr or further pariiodars apply on the premises.:
AillllAKD
Scott Township, April 22.
BROWNING.
ap 24-di,w3m
A"' ULL scT'ily of the latest pa terns, in store and
J. for sale by ijan29 . C. BELL
TO COUü J V IimCIIANTS-
r Trc .k:i. n
.tuDuuBviiueiia unw opening luu lack ages o
-s itercnanaise, consisting of Dkt Goods Uoots'
& Shoes, HatsXips and Bo.xets, Hardware, Gusai
, , Bnu .'-'Kockert; wnicii he w ill nell as low ast
any House in the City, lor Cash, or Produce, such as
Pork, Wheat, Corn, O it?. Flaxseed, White BeanJ
iwwwaieniBerior tauow.
dec 2i-tf - JOHN SHANKLIN
NEW GOODS!!
100 barrels Copperas;
50 do Plaster Paris;
1,1)00 boxes Window Glass; "
Whiting;
English Venetian Red;
Spirits Turpentine;
Tanner'a Oil;
No. 1 Cantor Oil;
Winter Lard Oil;
1,000 do Vials ard Bottlet;
200
50
500
200
300
do
do
do
do
do
Shop r t miture;
u round repper;
Virginia Tobacco:
and chop'd Woods;
Missouri - do;
Kenttcl r do:
Varnish;
do;
do;
30 casks Chlort. 1 Lime;
40 do Salaratti,
nett
LAWNS AND PRINTS.
JUST received a small lot of handsome Lawns and
Spring Prints. mar25 M.W.FOSTER.
PANT STUFFS.
1 UST received brown and bleached Linen Drills,
"I MAIN ST., EVANSVILLE IA.7ZVZ
W AJEJ"U8t received from their Manufactory in
gentlemen's wardrobes.
COATS.
Superior Black and Blue French end English Cloth
1 I- if i
it .'rili'. ,.rlTi Dreefl' Frock nd s"ck Coats, full trimmed
at the highest market, Cassimerct, Brown, Green and Gray, and aU col
may 4, 4.-tf. ors of Tweed Dress Sack an j Frock
Black Summer Cloth, Lustre and Cioton Cloth
wn Lu
Check and Ginsham Coats.
Every variety of Coats
iCoateesand Roundabouts.
PANTALOONS.
Superior Black and Blue Cloth
and Cas&imers
I O . r w- i r. I
uhis. rancv r rencn cassimere ao
Black Lustre,
Brown Linen. Linen Check. Tweed and Corduro
rants, ot every variety and price to suit customers.
VESTS.
Bbk Satin, plain and Fancv Silk and Velvet.
white Marseilles and Marseilles of all colors, and all
kinds of common vests and prices.
FURNISHING GOODS.
All the late styles.of phintff rtfi
id fancy silk and satin Cra- ", ! 1
and fancy
vats. Scarfs and stocks; while
rilk and all colors Pocket Handkerchiefs; Linen
"v uu aviva7 a
and
, Fashionable Beaver, kid, thread and cotton
Gloves; embroidered and plain gum suspenders; silk,
ginghaniand cotton Umbrellas; Silk Tlats; Caps; :
h waIki cane 1
An ., rf,..T- n-t -.1,; .1. .t,-
furnishing line will be sold at Cincinnati prices for
1., .
'VAMI.
We shall continue to receive fresh supolies weekl v
during the season from our Manufactory in Cincin
tatt. lap 4-tf AHLEKLNG & BKUMMER.
STATIONARY.
REAMS Foolscap paper, assorted;
100 reams Letter paper, do;
100
so gross lilac k ink.
Also, a supply of Quills. Steel Tens, Wafers, and
ealing Wax, in store and for sale by ;
jan 29. - t. BELL.
vii a. riiUuuu xrxAra mjm: aja VUX.
ring business, in Evansville, on Mam Street, near
me vanai, wnere ne &eeps constantly on nana, a su
perior article ofSloop, Dimond , and improved Di
mond. with a cast mould board. ' He wul warrant
these Ploughs to be as good as any to be found in this
city, and request those wishing to possess a good
affiwt0i eiTe hintk before purchasing elsewhere.
. KTCall and examine for yourselves.
P2S J.M.PARVIN
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iQflfl Pieces Black and Colored Alpacca L
IÄUU125 Kentucky Jeans. '
ti 100 " Saltinett all colors. "
Lustera
i jo " nea, mteana jeuow rianneis. .
75 Cases assorted Prints.
5 " Bleacaed Muslins. .
500 " Woollen Shawls.
150 Pair Blankets, iust receive,! and f ir
ivery cheap, by J. H. MAGHEE. & CO.,
1 oct, l-t Main itrc 3
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