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SATURDAY MORXISG, MAT 20. It it supposed that there are in this country oyer four million of our population, of German origin, and any one acquainted with their general character for industry, economy, sobriety and patriotism, would : rejoice to see the number doubled. The West is fast filling up with these hardy tillers of the soil and their industry is converting the wilderness into the garden, causing it to bud and blossom as the rose. Fo YrcATAj The "Patria has received intel ligence from Campeache, to the 29th April. A letter of that date states that notwithstanding the treaty ' between Gov. Barbachano and the Indian Tat, the savages had entered that territory and taken posses sion of I turbide and Cibalchen, villages twenty lea gues from Campeache, which had been cowardly abandoned by the troops placed there to defend them. The savages were roaming about the neighborhood unchecked in their depredations, as the soldiers had ought refuge in Campeche, and it was thought that if they approached that city, the walls would be no protection to the valiant forces w ithin. On the same day a vessel arrived from Belize with the intelligence tha: the native chief Cecil lis Chi had attacked the town of Bacalar, but had encountered an obstinate resistance on the part of its inhabitants. The writer of the letter concludes by declaring that the salvation of Yucatan now depends on receiving foreign assis tance, without which the white inhabitants must succumb. Delta. Jlfay 13. 3"The iollowiug is a good idea, whoever may be the author of it : IkVt AND CTRL. If every pain and care we feel Could burn upon our brow, How many hearts would move to heal. That strive to crush us now. A Tocoh Story. Our Uncle Ezra is in the habit sometimes of "stretching the truth," a vicious sortot propensity, from which the rest of the family are singularly free. We heard him tell Snooks a rather Revere talc, one day last week, which we have con cluded to give to the world: When I lived in Maine, said he, MI helped to break, up a piece of ground; we got the wood oil in the winter, and arly in the spring we begun to think of ploughin onl! It was so consarnedly rocky that we had to get lurty yoke ot oxen to one plough we did, faith and I held that plough for more than a week. I thought I should die. It e'en almost killed me, I swan. Why, one day I was holden and the plough hit a stump, which measured just nine feet and a half through it hard and sound white oak. The plough split it and I was going through, the stump, when I happened to think it might snap together again, so I just threw my feet out, and I had no soon er done this, thin it snapped together, taking a smart hold on the seat of my pantaloons Of course, I was tight, bat I held to the plough handles, and though the teamster fid all they could, that team of eighty oxen couldnt tear my pantaloons, nor cause me to let go grip. , At last though, after letting the cattle breathe, they gave anuther strong pull together, and the. old stump came out about the quickest; it had "monstrous long roots, let me tell you. My wife made the cloth for them pantaloons, and 1 haint worn any other kind since. The only reply Snooks made was I thould have thought it would have come hard on your suspen ders. CO.TOIEItCIAL. New Orleans, May 13, St'dAR Sales ISOhhds. at previous rates. Monssts Small sales at 12316c. Flocr Market firm, but inactive. Sales 900 bbls Illinois at $t 75 and 80 from store at $5. Com 3350 sacks White, Yellow and Mixed, part in cotton sacks, was sold at 33c, and 500 sacks Yel- low Rt 33c roil M ooiM., a mixeu lot was sold on private terras; 93 bbls. Mess at $3 50 and 25bbls. M. O. at $3 and 50 bbls. Rumps at $C; 25 boxes Short Middles cold at 4 tc. t Bacox 10 casks choice Sides cold at 41c. Labd Sales 79 bbU. and 100 kegs at 5c.; 94 kegs at $5 95; and 30 bbls. inferior at 4c. GC55Y Baos 25,000 21 bu&hel bags were sold at 10c. Bosrox, May 17, lOr.M. The Royal Mail steamer Brittannia sailed to-day with $12,500 specie on board. Pittsburgh, May 17,9 1-2 r. m There is 3 1-2 feet water in the channel and rising A fiatboat, laden with 150 tons of railroad iron bound for Cincinnati, sundiu the Alleghany river to day, having struck the pier of the aqueduct. Cl-tcissATi, May 17, 8 r. M FtocR The market is very quiet, aud the tenden cy is downward; sales of 1000 bbls at $4 31 1, to be de livered in June. ; Grai.x- Sales of Wheat at 82c. WmsxEY The market is unchanged; talcs of ICO bbls Rt previous rates. . Scoak Sales of Sugar at 41c. Provisions There is nothing doin; in provisions . m - . a mm V exempt pickled meats, t? ales of 'JOO bbls .Mess rura at $7 75; sales 50,000 bulk cides at 33ic; C00 kegs Lard at Cc Cctttx. Sales of 200 bags fair Rio at 71c. - CaiEst MC. Lxchaxoe. Lastern exchanged 2 per cent prem. It h?s been raining here moat of the day. PHiuiDEj-rau, May, 17,8li Tst. Flocr Sales at $5 871. Grai5. The market i unchanged. I iaocxarxs are at last quoted. Psovisio.f s. Sales of rrime nork at . f3 50, and Mess it $1075 market firmer, Shoulders 3c; Sides 55; llama 5e, all dry raited,. Cuttto!. 1'hm Market remains 'nuiet. It has been raining all day, which has checked out door business. New Yoaa. Mar 17. 8i P M FLOCR-Salcs Genesee at 5 931 3b. 181. The de mand for regular brands, frech is rood, but other qual iaea an heavy and neglected. Good desirable brands are firmer, irrecular lots are neelecled. (J rais There have been no salesof Wheat worthy of report, but corn is firm and in good request. Paorisioss There is less movement in Pork, the market bein? heavy; sales of prime pork at $3,25 and xnes2 at $ 10jb2 13 10.75. Lard I . C0TT05 Sales of fine cotton at 7 for Louisiana, and 51 for Upland. There is some inquiry for cotton. Tailow tfeles at &39lc. txoAjfot The market for Stocks without change. Everything is quiet. BBBBBBBaat Baltimore, May 17, 81 r. m. Tiact Salesf Ilowsrd street flour $5,75. The market for all other articles is without change. i TL'ST received by steamer Tens pest, ' J JM BbLs Whiskev; i 10 Linseed Oil; 1 3 Lard oil; -' 175 Kgs White lead; - 30 Bxs Candles; 20 iaiarch; or Itle by ALLIo & HOWES ,.ap.2l . ' Water at. By Telegraph to Louisville. From the Louisville Courier. THIRTIETH CONGRESS. Washington, May 16. SENATE. The Senate was called to order at the usual hour. Mr. Douglass from the committee on Terri tories, reported the House bill for the admis sion of Wisconsin, as a State, into the Union, which was read and made the order of the day for Thursday. Mr. Bagby moved to take up the resolutions he had previously offered, which declared that neither Congress, nor Territorial legislation, or the people of said Territories, had the power to prevent the admission of slavery into said country; which motion was agreed to, and the resolutions were discussed, by Messrs. Bagby, Foote, Badger, and Wescott, A motion to lay the resolution on the table was passed by a vote of yeas twenty-six nays ei&ht. On motion the Senate took up as in commit tee of the whole, the Yucatan bill. Mr. Bagby addressed the Senate. The question was then taken on DavU'amend- ment, as modified by Lewis, and rejected, by yeas 5, nays 26. The bill was then postponed till to-morrow. Mr. Bright moved to take up the bill relating to the surrenderor the Indiana state bonds.held by the Government, which motion was agreed to. Mr. Clayton proposed to amend the bill by making a provision to accept 661,000 of the State Bank loan, payable in 1856. which was adopted, and the bill was finally passed. On motion of Mr. Hannegan.the Senate went into ExecutiTe session, and adjourned till Wed nesday. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. In the House, the first business in order was tne reports of the standing commit tees. On motion, the House went into commit of the whole on the naval pension bill, which was discussed by Messrs. Bagley, and Wy- ey. When the House on motion adjourned till Wednesday. WASHi.GT0JT,May 17,91-2, P.M. SENATE. The Senate being called to order proceeded o the regular order of business. Mr. Niles offered a resolution calling upon the Secretary of the Treasury for informa tion relative to the interest of the Public debt paid at Boston, .Philadelphia and New York The bill allowing steamers to touch at Hav ana was passed. On motion the Senate resumed again the discussion of the Yucatan bill. Mr. Hannegan announced that news had been received from Yucatan, of a treaty being entered into between the whites and Indians, and moved a postponement of- the further consideration of the bill. A debate arose in which personalities took place between Messrs. Hannegan and Niles. Mutual explanations were finally made, and harmony was restored. Mr. Foot, in his speech upon said bill, di rected his remarks especially against Mr. Cal houn. The Senate on motion then adjourned till Thursday. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. In the House the Naval Tension and Post Office bills, were considered in Committee of the Whole. The Wilmot Proviso was debated by Messrs. Woodward, Bailey and Murphy; the resolution was then adopted. The House then adjourned. New Bask. A new bank is about to be created in New Yurk city for the especial ac commodation of persons engaged in the dry goods business. Markiei On Thursday the 18th. by Rev. Joseph Wheeler, Mr. Edward Parker, to Miss Sarau Rcs dex, all of this city. SCrWe are authorized to announce JOHN SPIKER as a candidate for a seat in the Lower House of the next Legislature, at the ensuing election. ftCrWe are authorized to announce WILLIAM WHITTLES tiY as a candidate lor a seat in the next Legislature. ruar23 STEAMBOAT REGISTER. . COSRICTDACB DAY BY TAYLOR A5D HARVEY. IHK.-; . Paducah. Louisville Fort Wayne Cincinnnati St. Louis, Mohaw k New Orleans Louisville Atlantis Louisville Paducah, St. Louis. Cincinnati Cincinnati Louisville, New Orleans ti Mem ohia Cincinnati r'nS-.. St UuU, Klt.brgl J UST received from New York, 6 Halt Pijxs Cognac Brandy; 2 Pipes Holland Gin; 10 casus rori ine, 10 casks Madeira; 2 hhds Rum; 10 barkets Champaigae; 5 bxs Cordials; 1 100" Claret; 150" Sardines; 400 cans Oysters; 2b thousand Tigara Cieare; r..r .1- hv ALLIi &. HOWES. ap 21 Water st. JUST received by steamer Glcncoe, 75 sides sole Leather; 25 Bxs Lemon Syrup; . 3 Tierces refined Sugir lor family jise, for sale by ALUS cc "O WLS. aP2i . Water at. FIGS! FIGS! FIGS! QfT BASKETS Figs; - - 450 Drums do., all fresh: fcrsaleby ALLIS cc HOWES. a 21 Waterj lirOOLSEYövN ELSON,eommiMio Mwckants, Y Jictionur; Mam, 2-1 door trom öecona si. a -I V Wholesale dealer in dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardware, Cutlery, Leather, &c, &c. OZ7 WATim. STILES?, gHHtP DOOXX. ÜJ20VZ3 EZAXXT STTlTliTr EVANSVILLE, IND. DRY GOODS AT WHOLESALE. TO Country Merchants. I take this mctho 1 to inform Merchants visiting this City, that I am in receipt of one of the largest and best assorted stock of Good ever brought to this City. Among which I enumerate Ticks, Demins, Drills, Stripes, Janes, Plantation etuffij, Osnaburgs, Wickmgs, Wad dings, Battings, Cotton Yarns, &c. My assortment of brown and bleached Cottons is, I believe, the roost complete west of the Alleghany mountains, comprising all the most desirable styles selected from the best manufactories. My bleached Cottons are mostly from the Lowell and Waltham Factories, and are eecidedly superior to any other goolji either foreign or domestid, offered in this market. With assurance that my term and prices are more favorable to buyers than at any other house in this city. Very respectfully, may 16 OLIVER LADD. DOMESTICS! ' firri Bales 4-4 heavy Brown Sheetings,in store and vJ for sale by myl6 OLIV Lit LADD. PRINTS. f I? Cases of new styles spring Prints; Jm-tß 5 da Blue ruf Orange, tor aal hv may 16. OLIVER LADD. MOSQUITO X UTTING. "I Oft. Pieces Mosquito Netting, just received and JLU gaiety ImylG OLIVER LADD. LADIES SLIPPERS and BUSKINS. QOf Prs. Ladies slippers and Buskins of supe 9ß"" rior quality and stvle ever before brought to this market, just received and for sale by may lb. OLIVER LADD. KIP and THICK BROGANS. "I CT Case of Prime Kip Brogans; JLtß 5 do do Boys do; 5 do 1 tuck do. For sale by (may 16 OLIVER LADD. WALDIIOM SYTIIES. tTf Dozen superior Waldroin Grass Scythes; J VF 10 do do do Corn do; a do do do iiryer do; Allot a superior quality for sale by may 16 OLIVER LADD. SYTIIE SNATHS & PITCH FORKS. Of k Dozen Lampson patent Snaths; ÄvF bü do do do Common: 10 do superior Pitch Forks; For sale by may 16 OLIVER LADD. FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS AT RETAIL, HUE subscriber would most respectably inform the public that his stock for the Ketaif Trade is full and complete, consisting of one of the best as sortments of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods that can be found in Evanjville. Please call and examine for yourselves. Imay 16 OLIVER LADD. TO THE PUR L1C. WHEN I advertise my stock in our Daily Jour nal, I am not in the habit of advertising dou ble or tribble that I have on hand, but come to the quantity by referring to my invoices of Goods pur chased East, Imay 16 OLIVER LADD. COTTON YARN. "I fi fififi Dozen Hope Factory Cotton Yarns, JLvr.VlUVJ jo9. 500. COO and 700, thw day re ceived per steamer Rosco from littsburgh. For sale t I , fit M'L'ii T tllh BOY WANTED. A GOOD steady German lad, (one from the coun try would be preferred) who can epeak tolera ble English, can get a first rate situation by applying to my 16-3t W.U. 31. V ALKL.it. J. L.. BITTROLFr.SgU euH THAIS Kr Vu tor past libera! putronage, would respectfully inform the citizensof Evansville and vicinity, that he has just received his new and spiendid stock ot jewelry, watches; and Clocks, winch he will sell at regular Cincinnati prices, his stock consists in part ot: !.!- ti i 0:1 r me uuki anu oilier uurcr aicuc?; A splendid assortment newest style ladles. Coral Breastpin?; Carinas, Fingerrings &.c; Gold Guard and Fob Chains; Miniature cases, and Lockets; Fine Mourning Pins, Bracelet Clasps; Guard Kevs. Collar Buttons, and Studs: A large selection of Gold Pencil with and without pens; A large lot of Bayley's best Gold Pens with without holders; Silver Tables and Tea Spoens; Silver Thimbles; Every description of Steel Trimmings; Steel Beads and Purse Silks; Fine Fans, Accordions; Solar Suspending and Parlor Lamps; Girandoles Slc.i and Every description Silver and common Spectacles; rine pocxei ivnives ixc,; B lew Fine French Mantle Clocks: to which be would call the attention of those wish ing to purchase. Ladies are invited to call and ex amine tor themselves. J. L. Bl I I ROLr t . ap 15 Main Street between First and Second. NAILS. Orft KEGS Boston and Juniata Nails, assorted sizes: 23 kegs Flooring Brads, assorted; 25 do Assorted spikes. For sale by A. LAUGH LIN, ap25 Water street National Bakery, At tht corner of Water and D it im Inn itrrrtg. FREDERICK WETZEL, begs leave to inform his friends, and the public general t. that he has again returned to this city, from Mexico, and recom menced the business ot BAKLNU, in all its various branches. Fresh Bread, and a variety of Ctkes, Crackers, i.e., can be had at all times, and on the most reasonable terms, uive him a call. may 4 F our Days Later Front Europe, ravorablo to All Cash Customers. ALLIS aV HOWES. THE HOUSE that sells goods for small prof In and ready pay, have just been receiving several im portant additions to their large stock ot Groceries. They pledge themselves to sell as good articles and at as low rates as can be obtained in the West, and invite all dealers, who wish to do a saving butmets to come and convince themselves that those asser tions are something more than empty boasts. Their stock embraces every thing belonging to the grocery trade, in proof of which see the columns of our city papers- ON EVERY PAGE YOU WILL FIND Til EI R ADVERTISEMENTS. ap 21. SUGAR ! SUGAR t SUGAR t 1 HO HHDS New Orleans Sugar. XUU 200 Bags Rio coffee 250 Bbls Molasses; in store and for sale by ALLIS & HOWES, ap 21 Water st. JUST received from Pittsburgh, 100 Kgs Nails; 25 Bbls Ale; for sale by ALLIS &. IIOWFS. ap 21 Water st. fitiite of Indiana. Warrick Conntv. NOTICE is hereby given, that on the 2tith day of Anril. a. d. 1848. a writ of Foreign Attach ment was issued by me. Josiah Jones, a Justice of the peace of the county of Warrick, at the instance and upon the sffidavit of Rowland S. Ellis, against the roods and chattels, credits and effects of Laken D. Baker, by virtue whereof the sum of filty-seven dollars and sixty-eight cent has been garnisheed in the hands of Joel Wane IS. Moore, whicn belongs to the said Lakm D. Baker, and that on the 18th day of November, A. D. 1848, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, at my office, in Boenville, in said county, 1 vill pro ceed to hear and decide upon the claim of the said Rowland S. Ellis, whereof the said Lakin D. Baker, and all other persons concerned will take notice. JOS1AH JONES, may 9 3t Justice of the Peace. C. ITARllI?CGTO?r. J. B. HA?5AH. . H. TAISXHIU) HARRINGTON, HANNAH & CO., Forwarding and Commission Merchants. Water St., opposite the wharf boats. Still continue to receive and for word on liberal terms. ap2tf. WHISKEY. QT Bbls Russellville Whiekey, Ol 50 bbls Cincinnati do 20 " New Harmony do, In store and for sale low for cash by my 10 BEMENT &. VIELE. JUST RECEINEDf Ofi TONS assorted Rod and Bar Iron; rmt3 100 kegs assorted Juniata Nails; 25 bundles soring Steel; 5 do fheer do; 1 case extra Cast do; Tlow slabs. Boiler and sheet Iron; Rasps, Files, and Door Latches, Which, together with our former stock makes it complete. ror sale low may 9. by LAUGIIUN, Water street. JUST RECEIVED. C?f KEGS Pure white Lead; t)U 10 bbls Linseed Oil: 5 do Turpentine; 25 boxes 9-10 Window Glass, For sale low by A. LAUGHLIN, may Water street. SUGAR and 3IOLASES. 100 UhdsNew Orleans Sugar; 250 Bbls do do Molasses; 40 1 do do do do; 25 Bbls Sugar House Molasses Polka brand; 25 t Bbls do do do do do. For sale by A. LAUGHLIN, ap 25 Water street. BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS. A FULL and ceneral assortment of 'every thing in that line, namely: An- igArfeglKaQW Fi If a und Grntpg For sale by A. LAUGHLIN, ap 25 Water street 1IYDKAULIC CEMENT. AFULLsunly of this article fresh from the mills, L- logetner wr.n me uesi 01 uoacn Lame. For talc by the batrcL A. LAUGHLIN, ap 25 Water street. IRON. A LARGE and general assortment of all sizes of Common Bar, Tlat, Round and Si u a re. Broad and Narrow Band, Axe and Hoe Bar, Plow Bar, How Moulds and slabs. Is ail and small Mods, to gether with nil sizes usually called for in the above T: f tt 4 I illiMit ir tine, ror Miie uy a. LiAuuiibi. ap 25 Water st. PAPER HANGINGS. PIECES Wall Paper, new styles; 250 100 " .Vew styles 4-4 Window Paper; Just received and tor sale low by my 6 J.1I.MAGIIEE&CO. INDIA MATTINGS. yES India Straw Matting:; ust recti ved and lor sale low by my 6 J.II.MAGHEE&,CO. MOSQUITO NETTINGS. OflA PIECES Assorted Mosquito Netting;.- OvFvF Just received and for sale low by my 6 J. II. MAG II EE & CO. BOOTS AND SHOES. "I Afk CASES Boots and Shoes. JLvLF Just received and for sale at wholesale pri ctsby my 6 J. II MAGHEE 6cCO. STEEL. LARGE and ceneral stock of the best Brands of American Blister. Enclish Blister. German A and Ensrlisb Sheer, brad and narrow Sprine, and all sizes ot tlat and squared Cast Steel, Axe Temper. ror sale by A l.auuiil.ijm. ap m Water street. MORE NEW SHOES. THE subscriber is now opening, at the City Shoe Store, a splendid assortment of Ladies, Misses, and Children's Shoes, Gentlemens' Gaiters, etc., purchased of the Manufacturers in Cincinnati, hich will be sold unusually low. Please call and ex amine the goods and prices, at No. 22, V ain st. may 13-tT W. R. BAKER. MACKEREL. B ARRELS, Halves and Quarters, for sale very low ny imy iuj a r 1 " VI - I BEMENT &, VIELE. CLOTHS, CASSIMEHES & VESTING SUPERFINE black French Cloth, Superfine black French Cassimeres, Black, Blue and Bunn cloths of every quality and price. Fancy Cassimeres, Fancy Vestings. Wbith and Colored Marseilles Vestings, with a large assortment of Gents Plain Black and Fancy Silk Cravats, and Patent Stocks, superfine Plain and Figured black Silks, and Satins for Ves tings, Gents, superfine, Black and White Colored Silk and Kid Gloves, with every desirable article for (Vnu. Snrinff and summer wear, for wholesale and retail by lap 151 MORRIS S. JOHNSON. PANTALOONS STUFT & COATINGS. COTTENADES, Crotens, Tweeds, superfine black Freuch Drap, ets., Drap de Nienne, Lin en and Union checks and stripes, with all the most desirable styles, for sale low at wholesale and retail oy ftp 13 JlUHKia 3. JUlll'mi'. PRINTS! PRINTS!! AN endless quantity and variety of Prints of the newest Spring and Summer styles, together with every thing new, in the way of Dress Goods, for sale at wholesale and retail by apl5 MORRIS S.JOHNSON. GLOVES! GLOVES!! GLOVES!!! LA I) I ELS superfine light and dark colored ifllS'.A fllvo. . niurlinii ltltlr An ennrrfir f White do., surjerfine white and colored Silk do., supertin black uet Gloves, and Mils fur sale low by ap 15J MORRIS S. JOHNSON." MOTXRNTNQ GOODS. A FULL and very desirable assortment ol Mour ning dress Goods, superfine Bombazines, Silk Warp, Alpacas, (some very tine) Alpaca Lustres, supertine black, plain and figured berreges, black Lawns otc, now open and for sale low by aP15 MORRIS S. JOHNSON. FANCY ARTICLES. THE subscriber has recivdd an assortment of: Seals, Sealing Wax, Note Paper, Steel Beeds, Kings, Tassels; Bag Clasps, Needles, Purse Twist; Fancy Beads, Pins Knitting Pins; Razors, Razor Straps, Shaving; Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes, &c, tec. Also, Edgings, Inserting, Drawer Goods ot every variety, for eale at wholesale and retail by ap 15 MORRIS SJÜHNS0N. LAWNS, GINGHAMS & LINEN LAWNS A VERY large assortment of the newest styles XX Please call and examine them. . ap 15 MORRIS S. JOHNSON. PALM HATS, BONNETS, FLOWERS &C. A VERY larfre stock conaistincr of everr variety XX of Summer hats, leghorn, palm leaf, French oroid, snans, etc., tur ana sua; nata 01 every aesira ble style bonnats, all the newest styles, with a splen did assortment of flowers, ribbons and bonnet-trim mines for sale by apl5 MORRIS S. JOHNSON. W M. HOLDEN, Tailor, Main street, over James Scanüin 5c Son's Stove store. ep2ily. TO CITY AND COUNTRY ME RCIlÄNTS, JXJm - MM X WHOLESALE DEALERS IM FOREIGN AND DOMESTIS DBY .600DS CORNER OF MAIN AND WATER STREET. EVANS VI EEE, IA., VOULD INVITE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE TO THEIR UNUSUALLY LARGE STOCK OF Spring and Summer Foreign ... . WIUV.ll W C IUCUJIIT lew 1 Ü i.t1 with frrpat rare and at extremely low rates, IVVvm " & 7 . 4- O.SII with an especi ecial view to the patronnge of S AND SMALL PROFITS, of "LARGE SALES TABLISIIMENT. . . . ... A ' M-r - rnr Mprrhnnta. Dealers. Traders. o:c.. wno wui oe Kina enoucn toon i i U n.tAri rwl vritv rf Goodd. but also TO OFFER OU M. rft u" it am n i i-Vrr v VßTl I V OF YOUR ATTENTION TO BUY tt5-Youare particularly requests! on vuiting our L ity to ran ana ooiam prices ueiore purmo3.uS. -1-Cllat the'UXPlilS STOKE," corner of Main and Water Street. ' ep!3 CASSINEETTS AND JEANS. B LUE, black, steel mixed, gold mixed, drab and fancv Cassmetts. Plain, blue, fancy, gold mixed, stel do, and striped Kentucky Jeans. Also New Hope and Steubenv ille. Brandy Wine, isherville. Woodland, ISukeve, Westminister4 Brooklyn, Herino, and Rockaway Manufacturies for sale low wholesale and retail by E. & W.LEWIS, ap 13. Corner Main and Water street. THREADS, BUTTONS Ac. 3000 DOZ. assorted bpool 1 hreaus. 350 Kolls Cotton 225 Dounds of Liain 40 lhd American and Italian Bilk. 15cX cross assorted Buttons, for sale low wholesale and retail at the Express Store, lit W.LEWIS, ap!3 Corner Main and Water street. HATS aud CAPS. IOO Cases Hat aud Caps. CONSISTING, in art of 1st. 2nd, and 3rd rate .t V Jjeaven 1st, 'zna and Jnl rate JJrush;,werro Uor do, Buena Vista, Silk, Wool, and all other varieties, Also, 500 dozen Palm Hats; 10 do Leghorn; 5 do Straw; - . - 5 do. Panama Also a few dozen CAPS. All of the above are of the latest and most fashion able SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES. For sale low, at wholesale or retnil, corner of Main and Water street ap 131 E. &. W. LEWIS. Bonnets, Artificials & Ribbons, ZiJ? TH IS dny received, 75 dozen assorted Sfel Florence Braid, Straw, Devon and Chip Bonnets 59 boxes artihcial Flowers of French and American Manuiactures. 1 Oflfl Pieces Ribbons white, linnet black, fig lvUl ured, fancy, cap, colored Taflata. black Tatf:i, Gold Satin, fee., with all the latest and most fashionable Spring and summer styles, comprising altogether one of the largest nssortmcnts in the city For sale low, wholesale and retail by rJ. & vv. LEWIS, ap 13, Corner ain and Water street. SHAWLS, DUESS GOODS, Ac. THIS day received at the "Express Store, a few beautiful CRAPE SHAWLS, which the ladies are invited to call and examine. Also an assortment of other varieties of Shawls, and an ample assortment of Dress Goods, Ax. E. & W. LEWIS ap 13. Corner Main and Water street. LINENS! LINENS!! 1 T PIECES Irish Liners; A I t-J 50 pieces Brown French do: 30 pieces Check do; Also 300 pieces Swhs Muslin with a ceneral and varied assortment of Whit Dress Goods. E. & W. LEWIS, ap 13 Comer Mi in and Water street. VESTINGS, GEN TS. CUA VATS, Ac. THIS day received, an assorted stock of Vestings, Gents. Cravats, lihdkfn., etc., suited to the Spring and Summer trade, for sale low at the "Ex press Store." 13. & W. LEWIS. apl3 .. Corner Main and Water Street. GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, HOSIERY Ac. 300 doz. assorted Hosiery: , . j .t - ;im iju uu no uioves; U Hi do do Suspenders, Consisting of all tne varieties ever brought to this market, or ever called lor, at Lie corner of Main and Water street. ap 131 E. 1 W. LEWIS. UMBRELLAS & PARASOLS. AN ample assortment of Silk. and. lotton Umbrellas, bilk and Cotton. Parasols. Also: a small lot of Shades, which we will sell our usually low rate. - E. &--W. LEWIS, ap 1 J corner Mam and v ater street COMBS! COMBS II THIS day received Butterfly. Polka. &. imitation Shell, Tuck Combs, Side do,Vockei do. ivory do, Keding do, and all otner varieties, t or sale wholesale and retail by ap 13 Corner Main and Water street. FLOOR CLOTH. 3 PIECES Floor Cloth, expressly for the city trade . .-. L. & W. LEWIS, ap 13 isomer Mam and Water street. APRON CHECKS. f PIECES Apron Check, this day opening, for sale low, wholesale or retail E. & W. LEWIS. ap 13 Comer Main and Water street. A SPLENDID lot of Paper Hangings and Win dow Paper, just received and for sale low by jan 13-tf: J. H. MAGHEE Sc CO. LEATHER AT AUCTION. WE will sell to the highest bidder at our Aue tion store, on Main streut, Evansville, on Sat urday next. May 13th, at 10 o'clock a m, seventy two sides ot Upper ijeatner an 1 ten eidea ot Harnes Leather, say in lots ot halt to one dozen, a brst rat article. A credit of three months given on note with approved recurity. W JULSEY & NELSON my 10-td City Auctioneers F. P. FAGAN, JT Fashion able Doot and Shoe Maker. f WOULD inform his lriends and the public 1 that he now has, and intends to constantly keep, a fine lot of Phdadcbhia Calf-skin. for fine work. Work of every description done with the utmost neatness and despatch." On Main street, oppoaue me pen. spZidly. . 1 0 ' AdteM MM Af and Domestic Dry Goods, mm t n r r . Our . stock has been se- , , r 11 . 'tU L under the most favorable circumstances, (with tne the Evansville Trade, and as we have adopted the motto we have no hesitation in pledging ourttrve to City and ana feeu. not oniy w 1; CH H ARG A UNS AS OUT OF OUR Eä . .. . ,. ... ,..,.. nUWC.r.. IIMII'S and FANCY PRINTS. OfSfail 1s- newest Spring and Summer styles for rUVFU Orange, Blues, and Fancy -Prints, now now on hand and receiving daily; tome ot mem very beautiful, and well adapted to the city trade; which we offer at a small advance on Eastern cost, at the Express Store. E. &. W LEWIS, ap 13 corner Main and Water street. LAWNS . AND GINGHAMS. Q Tfa American and Imported Gingham; 5ÜII 200 pieces assorted qualities and ptylea of Lawns, for sale very cheap at the" Express Store, . . E.iW. LEWIS, ap 13 corner of M ain and Water street. DOMESTICS, OSNEBEIICS, TICKINGS, 1 f( BALES assorted brand ot Muslins from I JLvfvF light to 37 inch heavy. Also, 10 bales Onebergs; 10- do" Tickings; 5 . ilo Drills; " 8 do Blue Drills;- 6 cases Bleached Muslins. For sale low, wholesale or retail at the Express Store, corner "of Main and Water street. aP13 E. & W. LEWIS. PANT STUFFS, frfifl PIECES Pant Stuffs, this day received, con. QUU,istintT in patt, Cottonades, Camlets, Checks tambroons, t!tc:, also a kw Pieces of extra article of Fancy Linens for sale low, at wholesale or retad by 7 - E. W.LEWIS. " ap 13 " Corner Main and Water street. ALPACAS. Ax. . . 1 HA PIECES Alpacas. Plain lv U. Mohair . Plaids. Also. in, tiiacK, f ancy ana a tew pieces ol Silk Warp Lustre, for ale low wholesale or retail. E.&. W. LEWIS, ap 13 , Corner Main and ater street. CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES. " FRENCH, English and American Hue, black drab, olive and steel mixed Cloths and Casei mers, at wholesale and retail low, hv E. &. W! LEWIS. . ap 13 ' Cornor Main and Water streets. . BOOTS AND SHOES. NOW on hand and receiving 200 1 cases Boots and Shoes, consisting in part of: - r Ladies Black Pat. tip Buskin; do Colored do do; - do Calf and Morocco Shoes; do Kid Slips; . ' do . Buskin?; - - Misses' Slips; Children's assorted kinds eacks; Men's and Boy's Calf-skin Boots; do do Kid do; do do Thick do; 'do - do Congress Gaiters; do Patent Leather; , . - do Pumps; Gents coarse and fine Brogans. Toeethej with a varied assortment not above men tioned. at wholesale or retail low by - E. & W. LEWIS, ap 13 .corner Main and Water street. TO THE LADIES. THIS day received Steel trimmings and tassels, consisting of bag clasps and tassels purse rincs, furse clasps, steel beads, shaded and plain purse silk, or sale low by E. Ai W. LEWIS, ap 13 Corner Main Water street. PERCUSSION ' CAPS; Qflfl Onn PERCUSSION CAPS, G. D. and ÄUUUU U assorted qualities, w ' Also, 50 dozen Shaving Boxes, for sale low, whole sale or retail, corner Main and Water 6treet. . r p3 . - , E. Sl W. LEWIS. IIANDKKlCCIIIErS. A LARUE assortment of Silk. Cotton,.Ginghara, Bandana, Wax Colors and 'all other varieties ever brought to this market, at the corner Main and Water, ap 13 E. &, W.LEWIS. . ' LOOKING GLASSES.- JUST received 800 Looking- Glasses, consisting of the plain and double bevel, fancy' round, bevel band, cherry, tablits, German toilet, statia, &c. , from 5-8 to 21-14 inch, for Eale low, .wholesale or re tail by Xj. (X. . . . Iju ,v o, ap!3 Corner Main and Water street. iriosauiTo Bins' fZfm DOZEN. Mosquito Bars,. Oil 10 Kolla Linen. E. &W. LEWIS. ap 13 Corner Main and Water street. PANCV noons. NOW on hand and receiving dailv on'e among the largest assorted stocks of of Fan er Goods ever brought to this city, consisting, in part, oft ciias, uress liandercnieis; , .. ' . . Silk and Worsted Ties; ' ; Linen and Cotton Edgings, Footing, &.c; , Tapes, Pins, Needles, Beads; Neclaces, Finger-rinfis, Breast-pins; Violins, Violin 6tring3; ' . . ; Hair-pins. Razors, Razor straps, Fans; Pants Buckles, Shoe Lacets; Spool-stands, Pocket Knives; ..- Plain, Black, and Fancy Veils; . .-. Also, a variety of Berriagee, Cable Cord; silk and Cotton PursesV Pocket Books, Wall P ipper; . Fire acreens. Carpet Warp; Cloth and Hsir Brushes; . Hooks and Eyes; Paste Boards, Bonnet Wire; . . ßhavtl Pins, Fringe -.. Whalebone, Shaving-aoap atJotc. With a great variety of article not abgrämen tion -ad, which we will be pleased, to show to onr friends md the trade generally. E. &, VL LEWIS, ap 13 Corner Main and Water street. 100 efeirets Kenhawa Salt for tale by doc21-tf . JOIlNSaANKUN.