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VOL. I.
EVANSVILLE, I A., SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1848.
NO. 24.
I -,- V
TT a ä
WM. II. CHANDLER & Co., Publishers.
OFFICE ON FIRST ST., BELOW MAIN.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING :
For twelve lines, first insertion, 50 cents
For each additional insertion, 25 cents
For twelve lines per annum in Daily or Weekly aper
changeable, 3 00
For same amount in both papers, 10 00
For one-fourth column Daily or weekly 2 00
do do---- in boih papers, -.f..iJj 00
For one-half column Daily or weekly... 35 00
do do---- n both paper 43 VO
For Cards of six lines and under 4 00
The privilege of' annual advertisers is limited to
their immediate business, and may be changed as
often as one m week ; and all advertisements lor the
beucht of other persons, as well as all legal adver-
tisements, and advertisements of auction sales sent
iu by them, must be paid for at the usual rates.
No reports, resolutions, or proceedings of any cor
poration, bociety, 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.
N advertisement can be inserted gratuitously for
.charitable or other societies, public institutions or com
panies. Agreements will be made at higher price for ad
vertisements inserted before "marriages and deaths,"
but alx advertise exts that exceed the limits engag
ed, will be counted and charged for
A. lt. JOXES A CO..
Troduee Dealers d Commission XOh'ts
ISo. 10 Front street, St. iouis.
Inferences:
K. tW. Lewis,.. ....... Evansvill
Harrington, nannaii ct. i
Ueckwitht Dryer, io. T,:a I S.W. Ball,
ish, I ( II Whitmore,
t2-yj
Mathews Sc Patch.
j. pijtroaTH
J. DAXFOIKTII
'J. I PAN FORTH.
WHOLESALE DEALEUS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY (jOODS.
No. 44, JIainSt. Louisville, Ky. mC
XV. C PET EU S & CO.
MUSIC PUBLISHERS,
No. 507 Main Street, Louisville, Ky.
(.VEXT DOOR TO TBE BAK OF IXlChSVILLE.)
71 CONSTANTLY on hand, double and
n singlo Action Ilarps, Musical Instru- i
menu of every description, Italian
Strings. Music published V cekly Music bound in
the strongest manner.
Piano Fortes repaired and tuned to let, and sec
ond hand Pianos purchased, sold, or exchanged.
Seminaries; supplied nith Music at a liberal dis
count, mar 21 ly
J. II. ITIAGIIEE V CO.,
Agents of the
B0NHVH30UR MINING AND MANUFACTURING CO..
HAVE just received
500 doz. Cotton Yarn,
Which they are authorized to sell at Louisville prices
at all times during the season.
Thea Yarns are of an excellent quality, and supe
rior to most of the Pittsburg Prands. Please call and
examin them. ap 8
CO.lI.lIEllCIAL. HOTEL
LOUISVILLE, KY. . -
P. W. 1KB, IMIOPIETOR.
ftSrOpposite the Washington Hall, 5th street, be
tween Main and Market. mar 21 y
JWHJI IVL. JR HOBATlO Q. WUEELEU
incli: & wheklek,
V TTORN EYS AT LA W, Erects-. -bs to Dattell
x. &l I.niiLE, General Collection and Real Estate
Agency. Otiiee ou First street, below Main.
Ä. Ii II. Q. WuELB, Notary Public. oc9 tf
JOHN J. CHANDLER, Attorney at La w-OfTi.-e
on First st. between .Main and Sycamore, ap -6
TAMES G. JONES, Attorntj at Law, Office on
J . r irst street, below .Main. ap'JJ tt.
-OX RAD BAKER. T110S. E. GARVIN
BAKLK&. GARVIN, Attorneys at Law. Evans
ville, la. Office in the Court House. sep3 '4o.
T TEDICAL. CEO. I. WALKER, Physician A
jjl. izurg'on, corner of Vine and First sts. jylG '45
TX TEDICAI. JOHN R. WIIXTOX, Physician
1A Surgeonl mt St., above .Main, Lvansville. ap20
BA5IKL MORGAN. JAMES -VORGAX.
MEDICAL. D. Sc. J. MORGAN, Physicians
and Snrgtons Office on First St., between .Main
and Sycamore. ap20 tf.
C. S. VTEEVia MARK TKAFTO.N
WEE VCR Si. TRAlTON, Physicians & Surgeons
Office on First st. near the Sherwood House.
N. B. Dr. Veever' rei.lence is on i?econd st., lirst
. door below Rev. Mr. Dodge's church, nov 13-Cm.
DR. JOHN T. WALKER.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office on Main
Street, between Second and Third, and nearly
ppositQth Clerk's office, where he may at all times
be (oaf i unless absent on professional business,
de 3, '47-t f
JOHS f TAYLOR. R. OlIJ. HARVEY.
rp.Vf LOlt fc HARVEY, Commission ami Por-
1 ; irding Merchants, Water nt., F.vausville, Indi
m Iav also a large, new wharf-boat where they
wili?vjei uul tore Ireight free of drayage. ap-3
c. wjrUinrGTox. j. b. hanxah. e. h. fairchiu)
HARRINGTON, HANNAH & CO., Forwarding
and Commission Merchants, Water St., opposite
the wharf boats. Still contiaue to receive and tor
word on liberal terms. ap "1 tf.
M HOLDEN, Tailor, Main street, o er Jumes
Scantlio t Son's Stove store. ap 'illy.
WOOLS EY &. NELSON mission Merchants
Auctiontsrs, Main, Cd door from Second et. a2
RADT&. MATHEWS. Tailors, tliopon the east
side of Main et., one door from the corner of First.
TIT
: A1:? ?RUI?,0A' ra0IÄ,?'L.'??!io?V'
f V from the corner of Second. Solicits a share of
the patronage of th town and country. ap"-- ly.
D,
O'NEIL, FaskionaK Tailor, First St , abov
Main near the Sherwood House. ap'A)ly
JT. HUGO, House Carpenter and Joiner On
Vine street, near Mr. Dogdc'a church. my2-6m
EATON Sc HUGO, House Carpenters and Joiners,
2d street between Sycamore at:d Vine, ap, j dy
Stfi- This Hotel is situated at the foot of Division
street, opposite the steamboat landing. Char
ge moderate and accommodations excelU-nt. my 10
CMCIXKATTI AT IIOMKÜ!
flOAP AND CANDLE .MANUFACTORY.
MATiiS!.inVK. wou1:1 rcs; 'kimi;of citings in l-on, euch as cookin? and par-
pectlully inform th Citizens of Evanvil!, and lor Stoves, Plo1.2hs, Corn Shellers, W.on Boxes,
the public gcneralir, that they have established a , Hollow-ware, and in fact all other worn, in their line
and Candle Maautactory, on Division street, al Cincinnati prices. They will warraut all work
between .2d and Jd, at the ol-Utani of Wilk3UeaSen,' done hy them, and their Stoves for twelve months.
Where they intend to keep always on hand a aupply , They invite call from those in watitol work in their
of fpand Caridlpa, oftheberiq.wliy which ihey : me before going cl-ewhere. All orders will be
intend to II t Cincinnati prices. 1 he h.ghest mar-; punctually attended to and faithfully executed,
ket pn ces will be paid for tallow and grease of all ; Cash paid lor o!d catin-'n.
kinds.- to: i--r.,,t.
CRAWFORD BELL,
WHOLESALE AND RETA IL
DRUG-Gr 1ST,
MAIN STREET, E VANS VILLE, INDIANA
HAb now in store and daily receiving his Spring
supply Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye.
Stuff, Sjuces, Svaps, Perfumery, Window Giant,
Glassware. amish, Paint and I arnish Brushes, it-c.
4-c. My stock is one of the largest and most com
plete ever before offered in this market, comprising
almost every article iu my line, selected by my wit
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 e nabled 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 pending their orders shall have them
attended to a promptly and at rates as low as if here
in ixrsoii.
My flock consists, in part, of the following
500 oz Sulp Uuinine:
1!0 lbs Chrome Yellow;
75 oz Iodine;
100 oz Hy'd Potasso,
DO oz Peperine;
10 bbli Tanners' Uil;
5 do Linseed do;
5 do pure Castor Uil;
10 do Spirits Turpen
tine; 5 do Copnl Varnish;
5 do Alcohol;
10 do Copperas;
5 do Alum;
200 boxes Rottlcs and
Vials;
lOO do Window Gl as?;
5 Carboys Oil Vitriol
6 do Nitric & Mu
200 oz ExtUarkPrecip't;
IDs Li urn Aloes;
3j0 do Assafetiuo;
2M do Pulv Rhubarb;
250 do do Jalapo;
15 bids Sulphur;
5 do Drimstone;
300 lbs Soil Indigo;
1200 do fine M udder;
200 do Nutmegs;
300 do Cloves;
100 mats Cinnamon;
200 Iba Calomel;
riatic Acie:
?1500 lbs Salacratus;
500 do Cream Tartar; (1000 do Kol Lead;
10 bbls so. Whiting; 300 do Litharge;
10 do do Drown; ( 10 boxes James River
10 do V. lied; Tobacco;
150 lbs Chrome Green; ) 150 kegs White Lead.
100 do Paris (Jreen; )
QCrGinseng, Flaxseed, Feathers, and Beeswax ta
ken at the highest market priee in exchange for a
goods sold, or in payment ot debts due me.
N. 11. All persons indebted to the tirtn of W. Sc C
Dell will please settle up as soon as possible, either
by note or otherwise, as the firm has been dissolved
since (he 23d of August Iat.
jan2V43-tf. CRAWFORD DELL.
OKI ;s ANI JltiDICEXES.
-M
ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Druggist an
I narmacutist, would call the attention
the citizens of Evansville and and adioinins
towns to his complete assortment ol Drus-Meuicines.
Chemicals, Oils, Dycstufls, &.c. Sec, Sec.
which are cart fully selected and received fre
tho Eastern Markets, Physicians and mer
All ot
freh from
iv8icians and merchants
may depend uiKn their orders beins promptly attend
ed to and the genuine article always delivered, on
terms wholesale and retail as favorable as the same
quantity and quality can be purchased at any Place.
Aull assortment of Potanic Medicines, Roots,
Barks, Herbs, Extracts, Powders, Slc, prepared and
tit up by tho Shakers.
Ilai lock's smitrior cold drawn No. 1 Castor Oil,
ifianufactured at Mt. Carmel, Illinois.
Alarme assortment of Pattent and Family Medi
cines, Essence's, Hair Oil's, Perfumery, Soaps, and
lancy articles Cologne, Bay and Rose Water, allof
the best qualities St idlitze andoda Powders, care
fully put up and of full weight.
Copal Varnish at $3 00, 2 25, and $1 75 per gal
on.
Superior Pale French Brand v. P. ti . Goddard &, Co's
Brand, warranted pure, for medical purposes ouly.
llalloek's Wurm Candy, a safe and pleasant med
icine to destroy worms in children and impro e their
tin ir general health;
llallocks Couüh Candv conmosed ofHorehound
Bonese, Sec. for all kinds of caugh.
ALSO ON SALE.
At the proprietors urices
Dr. Wotni's Sarsaaarilla und Wild Clierrv Bitters-
See advertisement.
Dr. Upham's Veritable Tile Electuary See adver
ttsement
Wildcr's Suar Coated Vcg. Anti-Fever rills See
advertisement.
Dr. VanZandt's Health Restorative Veg. Pills See
uuvcriiiM. mein.
ur. rovers uiosaomon, or all Healing Uulsom See
aavcrtiM ment.
Dr. Peter's Vegetable Tills, Worm and Couh Loz
ngcp. .
Or. 1? Roy's Universal Vegetable Pills, composed
ot .arsajianllaand Wild Cherry.
Dr.rorter'HlWiiian'j Curative Sugar Coated
Pills, at 10 cents er lox.
Dr, Porter's Poor .Man's Strengthning Tlaster, at
10 cents a piece.
Barnes' Tooth-Ache Drops, warranted to cure in all
cases.
Overstrect's genuine Linanu nt.and Doctor Beach'
Family Pill.
Hr. o rave's Anti-lever and Fever and Ague Pill?.
' Cholera Infantum and Bowel com
plaint Pill.
Dr. Grave's Pain Extractor, for burn?, scalds swcl
lings, Rheumatic Pains, &c, warranted to give in
etant relief in all cases.
Nerve and bone Linamcnt, highly celebrated for its
curative powers
At the New Drug Store; Main street opposite Be
ment !t Vi-Ie"n. j'!0 tf
MALI: ACADEMY AND FUJI ALE
S12JUN AU Y.
THE subscriber, grateful for the increasing patron
age the above institutions are receiving, respect
fully gives notice, that the Spring Term will com
mence Feb. 21st, and the Summer Term, May 13th;
the Academy, to be taught exclusively bv himself
thc seminary, by Mrs. L. M. Saffokd, ast-isted by
Miss E. F. Morton and Miss S. C Bow dun; teach
ers amply qualified by their literary attainmenU and
experience in teaching, to give thorough instruction
in all the branches usually taught in the best Scmiua-
ries of the country.
Two other young ladies from the East, of tried, and
highly approved capabilities for teaching, are expect
ed in a short time. The public may rest assured,
that no pains will be spared to render the schools wor
thy of their confidence and cordial support.
For the better classification and progress of the
gtholnrs, the pupils of the Seminary arearrancd into
two departments ; Primary and Academical, with
appropriate teachers assigned toeach, but both under
one general supervision. By this arrancement, the
bei order will be secured, and all due attention paid
to small, as well as large scholar?.
It is greatly to the interest of those who attend the
school, that they commence with the beginning of the
term; as elates arc thcu formed, and subjects of stu
dy commenced.
Primary Lnali.l, branches fit W per Qur
Higher Englith branches 5 00 '
Cireek, Iaun, Hebrew, Algebra, Geome
try, either or all, together with the pre
ceding 7 00 " "
TUITION IX THE SEMINARY.
Primary Department 3 0C per Qur.
Academical Department 4 DO to 3 00 " "
EXTRA ERANCUtS
Latin. French, or Algebra for each - 2 0f
! Muic lessons with use ol instruments 8 U0
it
I Uf ol instrument for practice 2 00 "
j Kvav.iu Feb. 8. M. W. SAFFORP.
Evansville City Foündery,
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED nave just erected in the
: 1 City of Evansville a l'OUNDKItY, which is
i situated below Division street, and near the Ex-
' I If . 1 ...I i .A r. I til MVf'IIIA Mil
t;iiaiij(j Ytiiiit; iirjr uiv i'ivjfmw T
Jan 1-Om K Ii ATZ Sc IIEILMANN.
Arc yon Insured?
THE undersigned as agent for the Col
umbus Ohio Insurance Company, is prepar-
t4 111 If! L P r I L a An el.iik.nnta .-f f Ik. n t
1 " - - " . v. . vii ial PU I filler It .lllvll)i'
dize, Produce, Sec, from and to any part of the U.
States by steam and sailing ve?nels, steam, tanal.
keel and flat boats, also upon buildings, merchandize,
furniture, &c, on most reasonable terms.
The hih reputation which this Company bears for
its ability, liberality and promptness in adjusting lost
WS, entitles it to the confidence and patronage of the
public. nov27-tf. J.NO.M. STUCKWELIj Ag't
TIKE & MARIXE INSURANCE.
"If there be. safety only in good ecttn7y in
order to be secure tec mast be safely Insured"
WHEN wehearof our friends loosing their prop
erty by tire.or that the vessel on which they have
made shipment of Produce or Merchandize is lost, the
lirst 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 his own property withou beingable at any
time to answer the question if put to himself, "Yes
I am Insured.'1
The Camden Insurance Comnnnv of New
Jersey, well make insurance on Buildings, House
hold furniture and Merchandize of all kinds also
upon shipment of Produce and Mercandizc, on boad
of Steam Boats, Sailing Vessels, Canal, Keel and
Flat boats, at a fair valuation and at reasonable rates
of Premium, and, in case of loss, as soon as the claim
can be properly adjusted nay over the same.
ALLEN C.HALLOCK, Ag-nt,
Office on Main st., near Water,
mr 9 Evansville, la.
irrrTTTNäTu it A xJTiT.
JANUARY RETORT.
THE Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company du
ring the month of January, HS U, issued 131 new
policies, tiz:
To Merchants &, Trad
To U. S. Officers,
44 Teamster,
44 lawyers,
44 Farmers,
44 Pilot, --
4
ers, G9
" Mechanics, 21
" Manufacturers,v20
44 Clerks, 10
44 Clergymen, 6
44 Physicians, 7
44 Ladies, 9
44 Hdifors, 2
44 Agent
tt
Servants,.
Sea Captains,
8
3
tt
44 Auctioneer,
44 Student,
1
1
1 eachers, 5
Brokers, 4
New Policies issued in
January, 1818,
131
ROBERT T. PATTERSON. President.
Be.vj. C. Miixer, Secretary.
ALLEN C. HALLOOK, Agent.
M. J. Beat, M. D. .Medical Examiner.
All persons wi.-l:ing to make insurance on their
own or on their lriends LIVErf. will please call ud
on the agent in this City, Office on Main street near
Water, and examine the terms and rates of the Com
pany, mar 9-y
TAYLOR HALL.
JNO. M. APP respectfully informs the
I 1! 111 .1. 1 I I 1 I'.l'ti
puuuc generali iy uiai ne nas leaseu lor ai.
term ot vears. the well known tavern stand in Lv
ansville formerly kept by K, Ehrsam, and lately by
lenj rsurre. 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 best
that the market affords, and his Bar furnished with
the choicest loquors, careiuiiy seiectcu uy an cxperi
enctd hand.
Attached to the Hall, and immediately on the
Public Square, are his stables, acknowledged by all
to be the most spacious and convenient in the place.
aua26, 1317 tf. JNO. M. APP.
SHERWOOD HOUSE.
FIRST STCEET, EVAXSVILLE, INDIANA.
yfÄ THE undcrsJgned having become proprietors
V-::;t of the above well known establishment, beg
leave to offer their services to the public and to
solicit a share of patronage. They hone to be able to
continue the favorable consideration the House has
heretofore en ioy cd under the "management of Mr.
Sherwood. Ko exertions will be pnarcd to civa uni
versal satisfaction to all. The Tahiti RJid the Bar
will lie abundantly furnished and the rooms kept
clean and neat. Charges as heretofore moderate
NATHAN ROWLEY,'
nov 4-tf .PETER. BUIIK.
PKIVATK BOARDING IIOUSIJ.
THE undersigned has opened a Private
1 Vim-ilincT lloncfin thr lirirIt I'.nil.linrrvn W
m ter Street, above Main, known as the Wheel
er House. My object is to keep a house for the ac
commodation of Gentlemen principally. There are,
however, three or four verv nleasnnt rnnm in th
Hou.-e which can be fitted up For the accommodation
ot small famines, i he table .hall dot be surjtasscd
by any in the city.
Nov. 4th A. FARNSWORTII.
FUUGUS' FUIIN1TUKE AVAItEIIOUSIi.
' it the old stand, Main St. above the Market.)
I have on hand and -hall constantly keep
for pale, a lan and general assortment of
FUliMTUl.E,madeiri the best manner,
and which 1 will wll at rrmnrtnhl Inw
prices. 1 hose wishing any article in my line are re
quested to call and examine my stock.
N. B. All orders from the country promptly at
tended to and furniture carefully packed for shipment
Feb. 1-Cni ROBERT FUKUUS.
CTIAIUSI Chairs! I am able to offer
Yj the public an assortment of Chairs of all
Tt qualities and price?, of beautiful patterns
and workmanship. Call and examine at my
Furniture Wareroom, Main street aliove the Market
feb 1-oni ROBERT FUUGUS.
COFFINS.
made to order.
Constantly on hand and
ROBERT FURO US.
Main Street.
leb 1-oni
BRANDY AND WINE.
5 marler casks pure juice Port Wine;
5 " " " Old Port do;
5 " " " Madcria;
1 " " " Sherry:
1 pipe pure Cognac Brandy,Otard. Dupuy's
Brand. 1 hese 1-iquors cave beon purchased esjiecial
ly for frickness, and the public can rely upon thoirpu
rity. In store and for sale by Ijan'jV C. PELL.
MACKEREL.
BBLS No 1, in storeand for sale by
jan . c. BELL.
10
TANNERS OIL.
25
!Z BBLS Tanners Oil just received and for sale
by fftbsai DECKER Sc KRAMER.
LAWNS AND TRI NTS.
JUST received a small lot of handsome Lawns and
Spring Prints. manlj M.W.FOSTER.
PANT STUFFS.
1 UST received brown and bleached Linen Drills,
I Cotton Cashimers, Cotton ades, Dentin blue Drills,
i.e., suitable for men's Summer wear.
mar Jo.
31. W r 0o 1 LR.
fiO pieces Black and Colored Alpacca Lusters
wUui;5 " Kentucky Jeans.
100 " Sattinetts all colors.
150 Red, White and Yellow Flannels.
73 Cases assorted Prints,
5 " BleacaeJ Muslins.
5(X) " Woollen Shawls,
150 Pair Blankets, just received and for Bale
very cheap, by J. 11. MAGHEE, L CO.,
oct. 19-tl Main etred
STATIONARY.
Infi REAMS Foolscap paper, assorted;
-JLAJ " " loo reams Ietter paper, do;
50 gross Black Ink.
Also, a supply of Quills Steel Pens, Wafers, and
ealinz Wax, in store and for salf by
jan -V. C. BELL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
P ashionable Sat Establishment,
Ccrner of Jlain and FirttSts., Etansiille.
PT) THE attention of country merchants and dealers
is particularly directed to the large and varied as
fortment of I I ATS, CAfö, Sec, now opening at the
above establishment, comprising the most complete
Mock 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 my line, I
am able to sell at rates lower than can be obtained
elsewhere in the city, and as low as euch 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 for beauty of finish
and fashion. 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 comer of Main and First ets.
1 J' VAUTH1N Ä CO.,
1 13 WOU LD respectfully announce to the
' icitizens -of Evansville and country ad-L
jncent, 'hat they have recently opened a Shoe Store
on the YVeteidt ot.Main street, next aoor me cor
ner of Second, where thev are manufacturing liOOl b
and SHOES is XJ J. THU& variocs BRANCHES. Their
experience in the business will enable them to procure
the best of stock and have it mann.1ac1u.rcd it iA most
durable man ncr. We invite the citizens of Evansviile
and public generally to call and examine our work,
as we have a good stock ot ready made work of our
own manufacture. Young men wishing fine Boots
can obtain them here of every description, rerdy made
or to order if preferable. All orders lelt with U3 for
work will he promptly attended to.
The Ladies of Lvansville are respectfully invited
to call and examine our large stock of Ladies' ware,
as we stand ready at all times to wait on those that
feel disposed to favor us with a call. We are prepar
ed to manufacture Fancy Shoes of every different style.
Those leaving orders for Shoes may rest assured that
no pains will be spared in trying to accommodate
them with any siyle they wish.
We feel willing to acknowledge our gratitude to
the citizens for the friendship they have manifested
towards us. and thank them for their liberal patronage,
and hope that in return our work may merit their
approbation.
ÖCrAU work done by us is warranted, and no charge
made for mending work that should give way.
leb 14 w&tw tf. J. VAUTKIN & CO.
nBOOTS A AD SIIOEIS.
JUST RECEIVED AT THE
CITY .SHOE STORE, ON MAIN ST.
A SPLENDID assortment of lioota and Shoes,
contisting of Gents Fine Calf and Morocco
boots Ladies patent Leather an 1 White Kid Slip
pers, Gaiters and half Gaiters of various patterns,
together with a large lot of Chilorcns Shoes of every
description. The above goods are of the best quality,
and suitable for the present season. Flease call and
examine my goods und prices.
Ne. 22, main Street.
apC-tf W.R.BAKER.
mi
JUST received this dar brrf?i
Express A few cases of Boots and lr jl
hoes, and a variety
t Lriulies' and V
W. II. BAKER,
Main street.
Misses' fine Shoes,
jan. 22
im5tyn;iiu.v; ;.
THE partnership heretofore existing nnJcr thfirm
of N ihtlayale & Sowers, Tobacco and Ci
gars Manufacturers, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent, tho business of the lite firm will be fettled
at the old stand by William Nightingale.
WM. NIGHTINGALE.
JACOB SOWERS.
A CARD.
WE the undersigned have this day associated our
selves together under the firm of Nightingale
Sc Kiter, in tho Tobacco and Cigar business, at the
oli stand of John S. McCracken, Main Street, would
respectfully 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, Canone, 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 K1STER.
HARDWARE.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Foreign ami Domestic Ilsirdwarc
Tiitiorv. uns naI ancy oois.
No. 52G. 'Main Street. Louisville, Kentucky.
THE subscribers are now ' ia receipt of, and are
daily receiving additions to their Spring Importa
linn. mlrrin(T one of the Is rarest and best astorted
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!-!tvL a over n(Lrvl i n thiamnrlcet.
..f,,i- r 'i'ni.trt n,t iwkot futfprv stand-ipre-
eminent in point of variety, and at prices which Ucy
competition in the East or W est.
Our importations have been very heavy, ordered di
rect from the Manufacturers in England and Ameri
ca at the lowest figure, and have been selected with
great care assorting our Stock .with the latest and
cost choice stylcsot Goods, which wc guarantee to
All upon the most favorable terms.
Ilavincr Ktpnil! our acquaintance with the Euro
pean and American Manufacturers, we are enabled to
otler Durchasers advantages superior loany iouuit
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An examination of our stock is respectfully solic-
Lb. 29-3mo.
Louisville Kt., Feb,y.24thlS13. -
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
JUST received by JOHN SHANKLIN, corner of
Locust and Water ktrect, Evansville; lOO Puck
aes. consistmn in part ot the lollowinj; articles, viz:
500 pieces prints of the newest style,
13 hales Brown heetinrt, -
20 pieces Rel flannels,
20 White do
20 " Canton do,
50 " Bed Tick,
23 cases Boots and Shoes,
100 pieces Bleached Jfhirtinjrs,
20 pairs Large Blankets,
Blue and Green Mackinaw do,
15 boxes Hats and Caps, assorted,.
CO dozen Hosiery,
Sattinets, Cassimers and Jeans,
Ikiena Vista Ca?imere;
l'aramalta and Coburgh Cloths,
California Plaids, Cashmeres, M. de Lain?,
Alpaccas of every variety. Wool Cloaking,
5 pieces Gro Do Rhine Silks,
Also, Linen Cambric Hdk'tV fancy and Black Silk
do. A large assortment of Shawls from 50 cts. to
$3,00.
JÖT All kinds of Troduce taken in exchange. -dec21-T?f
TIIUNKS. Leather Trunks o
good quality and low prices; also Car
pst Bags of every variety for sale at th
Cincinnati Clothing Store.
A HEERING Sc BRUMMER.
T!
nov 4-tf
CiTV l'LOLGII MANUFAÜlOllV.
Jl'iin street, IZtxtnsville, Indiana.
TUE subscriber respectfully intorrns the rublic
that he is carrying on the Plough Manufactu
ring business, in Evansville, on Main Street, near
the canal, where he keeps constanuy on nana, a bu
perior article ot Sloop, Dimond and improved
li
mond. wiih a cast mould board. He will warrant
these Tloughs to be as good as any to be lound in th s
city, and request those wishing to possetss a good
article to cive him a call betöre purchasing elsewnero.
Öall and examine for yourselves.
aP2i J.M.PARYJN.
NEW" GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE NEW BRICK STORE NEARLY OPPOSITE THE BANK,
(Formerly occupied by Johnson J- Crane.)
THE subscriber has opened within the last lew days, and is constantly receiving directly from New Yrk
an extensive and splendid assortment of :
roreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Hats, Bonnets, Boots and Shoes.
ww uu u . , and Taney Hardware,
V men na Ving been purchased at thelatelarga Peremptory Auction Sales, he flatters himself he can 6ell at
much less than the usual ptices He is determined to exert himself to make his establishment popular a
well withnuruhasers who are visiting the Citv. A3 Willi tllOQA whrt nr rcirJi nrr in tstun on4 .a.
lllly request the attenuonoi all to h)s stock, which he
uinKs wm nouau 10 give enure Fatisiacli on.
NEW SPRING GOODS JUST RECEIVED
BY KRGBSEN 8c MO RG-AN,
3VO. 25, MAIS STKEET, EVAXSVIXLE, IXD.
THE subscribers lare now in receipt of a portion of their Spring stock, consisting of Berages, Sprin
Dress Silks, Superfine Lawns, Ginghams and Trims, Linen Handkerchiefs, Tickings, Summer SStuil
of various qualities, o-c., which have been purchased by the Senior partner of the firm in the Eastern mar
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.eis, tui vrtoii. lung tipwriemre auu cioe uuying, win cnatie us to oner sucn inducements as snouid
not be disregarded by Casu Buyers, we are determined to sell as low, or lower than any house west f th
mountains.
We will be constantly receiving new goods from this time forward until the season closes. ap 11
J. IL MAGHEE & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic dry Goods.
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
ARE now receiving about 800 Cases of DRY GOODS, ROOTS, SHOES, BONNETS, HATS, &c,
suited for the Sj ring and Summer trade, which they offer altogether at Wholesale, at remarkably low
prices. If you want to buy Goods cheaper than you can get them any whe.e else, west of the Mountains,
call on us and see for yourselves. We have just received
1000 pieces Fancy Prints; 5u) pieces Pantaloon Stuff; 100 pieces Lawns,
100 pieces Ginghams; W0 doz Palm Hats; 50 doi Fancy Sc Straw Bonnets;
100 cases Shoes Boots; And a arge variety of small articles, to which we invite the attention
of the trade. . ap 8
ALEXANDER LAUGUL.1X,
Wholesale and Retail
i---ri r-lj 2 t 7
una oicci iron oivrc. - - --
WATEU STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA.
1TTE Iteer leave to call the attention of merchants,
V Traders, and Fanners generally, throughout
the V abah country, Illinois, and the bouthern por
tion ot Kentucky, to our
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ur iai"a iu tit Kt,H;""
Strv k fi:mp Llmn.Naik Tin Plate. CoDDcr.!""u V"""0iB. k M y u,UU6tt
iron, 4uiis, iu i Hf11
Wire, Axes. Cotton Yarn and Domestic .Manutac
duced prices for Cash or Produce. L SuPc "or Iac1 and e 1 A English Cloth
The head of the house residing in Pittsburgh, wUl,08' roc nd Sack Coat, full trimmed
m,M rlnrlv Bunnlu Jwith all articles in Ca?mere , Lrown, Green and Gray, and all col
i . r.i. tri -.L ITV c .. . U .t ..n w.
our line. Dealersand country merchants need
our line, ascbicis aim tuuuuj ukiumuw iwv hwi
travel beyond Evansville for a supply of all arücles'
they may need, and they would consult their interest
b v ei vinsz us a call, as we are determined to merit i
share of public natronace. The business will bei
conducted by
JAMES LAUGIILIN, Jr
Kr Feathers, Hides, 1 allow Beeswax, and alljßrown Lincn unen check, Tweed and Corduroy
kinds of Produce purchased at the highest market nts, 0f every variety and pr ice tte suit customers,
price. niay 4, '47-tf. ' VES'l S. r
7T7. Bbk Satin. r!a;Ti and ancy Silk and Velve
I U Ji WUK.-A larje ana iuu asooruuem 01 1
1 1 Lumber. For sal-j bv
may4 tf. A. LAUGHLINj Water si
WINDOW Giass. An assortmet of Window
Glass, assorted tizes. For Kile by
may 4 tf. A. LAUGHL1N, Water
A VALUABLE FAHM for SALE
CONTAINING two hundred and six
mill, l Iiis land ueson ootn siues oi uie state roua,
.l . , m . a .1. -1 II
and can be so divided that it will make two good
farms. On the Ecst side of the road is a new two
story trame nouse, witn a store room aiiacneu, iuir-
ty-two feet long, a trame smoke house and shop, a
laree double loe barn eixty-six feet Ions by twenty-
two wide, with a twelve toot shed running the whole!
length, and all other necessary out buildings, and
nlentv of cood water, one hundred of choice apple
trees, with a variety of ach and other fruit trees.
un me west siue 01 tneroau, is a coou irame uwen
ing, a frame smoke hou?, with a large double barn,
well shaded, with stables and other out buildings.
one hundred bearing apple trees of the best kind, also
a vaüety ol peach, plumb and cherry trees, a never
failing well ol tue best kind of water. The land is;
in a high state of cultivation, plenty of good hickory .j
white and black oak tim!er for all purposes, plenty
of sand, free and lime stoae rock, in short everything
to make it a desirable location. It is one ol the beet
locations in this part of the State for a store and pub
lie house. Tins farm will be sold on reasonable
terms and payments made easy. For further infor
mation enquire of James T. Walker, of Evansville
or t the proprietors on tho premises.
Possession may be had immediately il required
JOHN BUKTIS.
THOMAS HENNESSY
Scott townslup.Vanderturg co. Ia. apl3 d&wGm
For Sale or Rent.
BROWNING'S MILL," with
two run of French Burs. 10 miles lrom Lvans
ville, and I of a mile from the state road. Immcdi
ate possession will be given.
5For further particulars apply on the premises.
Scott Township, April 22. ap 24-di.w3m
Window, "Wall Paper and Ilorderii tr.
A FULL supply of the latestpaterns, in store and
Jtl. for sale by iUi29 C.BELL
TO COUNTRY MEKCIIANTS-
rnilE subscriber is nowonenin? IOOPackasea of!
JL Mrchaadic, consisting of Bey Goods, Boots
oofciJOES, Hats, Cars and u in .nets, Hardware, Gxjiss
Wabe and Crockekv: which he will sell as low as
nv Hi.ia in thn c.itv f.r r.sh nr Prndn Rtirh
ect waxFcathers or Tallow.
de21c-tf . JOHN SHANKLIN.
t 1 vn A V T - T O W V LOTS AT
1' Uli LIC SALE.
rpiIE undersigned will sell at public sale at the
1 the Lxurt House door in t.vansviue,on 1 nurs-i
day, June 1st, 1848. the following lots in the 4th en
largcment, commonly callel lexas, adjoining tha
City ot Lvansville, viz:
Liots y, 10, 11, and vz, in jbiock io o.
Lot 21, in Block No 9.
Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, in Block No 10.
Lots 5. 6. 7. and 8. in Block No 11.
Also, the following Lots in the Eastern Enlarge
ment of Evansville. viz:
Lot No 15, m Block rooi. ) Lacn 30 feet wide by!
Lot No 16, in Block No 5 i 116 Ion:
LotNctlMn Block NoW.
Lot No 4, in Block No 3'X
Lot No 7, in Block No. 27,
Lot No 6, i,n Block No 31,
Lot No 16. in Block No 33.
We have also at private atJe a smalt Farm in the;
Hornbrook neighborhood, bc'.ween the Uvo Princeton
roads, in a well settled neighborhood. It contains
60 acres 60-100, about 20 acre cleared and in culuva-f
tion, a good dwelling house, stable and barn, is good
land and lies well for cultivation, bein the cast hall1
üof tho north-west quarter of section No 18, Town 5
f
Kango 1J, and known as the 1 nomas . vv atker
Farm.
L If not sold before, this farm will be sold at the same
time and place with the other property
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lerms ot sale one-half cash, remainder at G'-
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monms, on note witn approved security. Uenera!
warrantee deeds will leeiven.
1 -ill -
1NCJLE
may 11 d-w2w.
Sc WHEELER,
Attorneys.
ly-one ana one naii acres, n.e.y-M imoruv wi, len (jovc,. embroidered and plain gum suspenders; silk,
miles from Lvansville on i the state road leading tojd ham anJ wtlon Umbrellas; Silk Hats: Caps
Terre Haute, one halt nie from Urqwning's steam iv .. shns- irlkinr cmipq. &i r
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offers at wholesale and retail upon terms which be
lap 13 JJIUICUIS S. JOIIISSUX
Cincinnati Clothing Store.
Äext door to C. Hell, Uruggist,v
MAIN ST.,E VANS VILLE IA.ZZFZ
A1ILEIIING & BRmLIIER
II AVE just received from their Manufactory ia
J-JL U
inrinnnti. ih In test New York Ptvlo of
SPRING Sc SUMMER CLOTHING,
All of which are made and trimmed in the best man
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ner
ner under their direction cxpresly for this market.
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complete
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COATS.
Mtiij n
llnfk ?
"iacsK
X' (
k and Sack, Brown Linen and Linen
Check and Gingham Coats. Every variety of Coats
Coatees and Roundabouts.
PANTALOONS.
Superior Black and Blue Cloth and Cassimcra
ine;wLite Mar.eilles and Marseilles of aU wlur JTiul
kinds of common veets und prices.
FUIINISHTNG GOODS.
5!gsSS3S-' All the late styles of plain ffy
-ay-- and fancy eilk and satin Cra-("ytwrrt
Skvats, Scarfs and stocks; whiLiM
silk and all colors Pocket Handkerchiefs; Linen and
Linen bosom shirts; Muslin and rannel do.; Flan
nel and Net under shirts and Draws; Shirt Col
lars; 1 ashionable JJcaver, kid, thread and cotton
An tV)- nrt;,.iP, nnA rvtU; t-
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furni;lhi jj iU eoM at 10,, price3 for
. n 0 y
wl,Ul
We shall continue to receive fresh sundies weeklr
during the season from our Manufactory in Cincin
nati. iap4-tf AHLERING & BRUMMER.
GHOCER1ES.
F 11 E S II
JUST received by
Cincinnati, & c:
AU1IIVAL9
steamers Alex Scott, Empire,
100 bags Rio CofTee,
10 Old Gov't Java;
40 hhds New Orleans sugar;
23 brls Purified do:
12 Ioaf and Powdered do;
50 " PlanJation Molasses;
20 and half brls Sugar-House d,
5 tierces Rice;
120 half and qur box Raisins;
1 cask Zante Currants;
75 drums Smyrna Figs;
10 boxes Lemon Syrup:
. 10 'St. Julian" Clarret Wine;
10 Sperm Candles;
50 " No 1, Boston soap;
12 " '-Collins' Hartford" Axes;
10 qr casks No 1 Family Mackerel:
1 Lit. ' 1 f 1
4 bbls Nos 1 and 2 do do:
23 " " 2 and 3 do do;
5 packages Codfish;
50 " Herring;
50 bags Table Salt;
5 Pepper;
3 " Smce;
40 boxes V'irginia Tobacco; . " "
2 balro Cotton;
lOOOUunny Da;s;
1500 select Corks:
15 bbls Tar and Rodn;
5 Tanner's Oil;
Lampblack, Alum, Copperas;
Madder, Indigo, Spanish Brown;
Vcn. Red, Red Lead, Larthage, Whiting;
Sulphur, Roll Brimstone;
En. Salts, Salaeratus. &,c.. See.
Which added to my former stock, and Iatearrivt?
from Cincinnati and Pittsburg, makes my assort
irom vinciDnati anu x lttsDurcr. makes mv
(trade, and are offered to merchants end others at a
vrv eniau aavance ior casn.
1 . 1 nankiui tor past tavors 1 solicite a call from my
jirienaa ana me puouc, ai uie corner 01 Alain arnj r uet
streets
(mar 25
M. V FOSTER.
pitESU AHHIVALS
OF NEW GOODS
BY KIKES EX & IflORGAIV,
' No. 25, Main Street, Evansville, Ia.
OCifi PIECES sup. American and English Prints;
rJyJ 50 do Painted Lawns, at from 12Ho 25c;
10 do do Lawns;
10 . do black and cord Dress Silks;
20 doz summer Shawls and Scarfs;
5 do Victoria Skirts;
20 ps. beautiful summer 'Vestinirs:
10 do col'd and white Linen Drills;
1 do Linen sheeting 12 qfs wide;
10 do Cloth and Cassimere;
50 do Ribbons;
3 do Carpeting;
10 doz. blk and white Kid Gloves;
10 do superior Bonnets;
10 do Pic Nie Gloves:
20 do Shawls and Scarfs;
25 do Hosiery, Misses' Ladys',
Childrcns';
10 cases Boots and Shoes;
5 do Hats; -
1 doz. Pant ma, pup. article;
and
2 do Leghorn, do ; doi'
And many other articles wnich we will be hapny to
.1 L. n: ri'l l ...
. ;,;c .1. t.., .,yt,0 .1
an Eicdk rati mio Iii nie ujj.uii v, uu nu
he .la or.li ntrlv law. - - .
ielv
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We resoectlullv bolicit a call, as we are satisfied!
we cau pleaae as to ualitf and the price shaU be no
object. t may 4.

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