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i TUE SD A Y MORNING, MA Y 23. Dap. On Tuesday morning at 1 o'clock, Allen C. infant son of Elisabeth P. and Allen C. Hal jock, 'aged "1 4 month and 18 days. ,. , ' : - The friend and acquaintance of the. family, and the members of the Sons oi Temperance, are res pectfully invited to attend the funeral this morning at 9 o'clock, from the residence of his father' on Wa ter street near Walnut. .!: Which isthe Best? Let those who consider n increase of imjorts favorable lo a sound con dilioa of the country, says the Cincinnati Ga zette, determine which is the most favorable the state of the national finance in 1847 when vrt exported 812,000,000 more than our im ports, or that of 1843 when the exports will be 840,000,000 less than the' imports. " Which täte will it be easier for the people to make settlement int , Hosbid Affair. A telegraphic despatch to thsLouisTille Journal, dated Cincinnati, May 19th. says: . . A southerner yesterday . purchased a. negro woman and child at Covington, and placed them in jail for safe keeping. Last night the woman cut ner cnua s trtroat. tne man per forming the same diabolical act upon the wo man, and then cut his own throat. The man : was living to-day, but his recovery is doubtful. . The woman and child both died of the wounds inflicted. . . . (Q-The receipts for wharfage at Cincinnati . for the month endin? 11th insl.. as we .learn ..by the Cincinnati Commercial, was 81,193 95. The number of boats that arrived, mostly of mall class, was 159. We calculate that when our wharf is finished, the receipts for wharf age will equal this. Why not.? The Pbesidexct Democratic Contention. ; Recent accounts from Washington say, that the Democratic Conven lion will adopt the two thirds rule; that the Buchanan delegates will be admitted; that the old hunkers will be pen sioned off; that Cass will be defeated for the nomination, and that Folk will not be a can didate. The Cincinnati Chronicle says: "Most of these statements we believe to be true. If so Cass, Buchanan, Dallas, Walker & Co. are all out of the question! The Convention must then cither nominate Levi Woodbury, or some en tirely new roan. It is said that the last course will be adopted, and that F. R. Shhxk, of Pennsylvania, will be nominated. Mr. Shunk would, on the whole, have some strong recom mendations. The greatest, probably is, that Iwis utterly unknown and unthought of, by the great body of voters. On the other hand, there is one thing very much against him. It is the fact, that a trick of the same kind very M rarely succeeds twice in succession. , The peo ple are on the look out for the trick of nomina ting an unknown again; and it is very likely will not approve the idea of going through an- - other Polk Administration. The nomination, too, will most thoroughly condemn the present administration, bydis- carding not only the President, but all his Cabi net from the field of debate! Ci.ncw.xati, May 19, 8 r. H. The river has fallen 16 inches since my last des 'patch. It has been raining hard all day. . .The sales of flour are moderate at previous rates. Sales of whiskey at 13le. 1 hear of no sates in pro visions to-day worthy of report. The market is very d all for all descriptions. Sales of butter at 1131 be. with a downward tendency. Sales of cheese at 51 3 U. Sales of lead at 3 80. There is no change in ' other articles mostly spoken of in the market. Pittsburgh, May 19,9 p.m. There an 10 feet water in the channel and fall , There is no marked change In flour from yesterday, but the market is if anything duller. Sales of wheat at 90393c. Sales of lard at 5351c; hams 5c. Mar ket doll. Sales of flaxseed at 95c. New Oatxajts, May 16. , ScgaK axd MoLixsts Sales confined to small lots at previous rates. , YvovK Sales 1000 bbts including 100 second St. Louis at $5; 200 at $1 95; 250 at 4 75 and 215 Fine at $4 05. Coax 3000 sacka Yellow and Mixed were sold at 33c; 1500 bbla in the Car at 40c. per bbL Oats 260 sacks sold at 30c. TJacox 20 casks Sides sold at 41c. Laid Prime very scarce; 270 kegs were sold at 61c; 75 bbls Fair at 6c. and 66 kegs Inferior at 5c. Tauxw 60 bbls City Rendered sold at 71c. Da. Jathe's Faxily Mf.dici.vis. It is our princi ple in the management of this paper to notice any thin? which we rind out, from personal investizstion 10 be of utility to the public. Some of Dr. Jayne's medicines we have usedinour family formany years. For instance "The Expectorant," "The Carminative,' and Vermifuge," which we know to be good for the complaints they profess to cure. We were on Lake Ontino. the past summer, when several of our trav ellinr com oan ions, from havincr. in Western New York, drank, for many days, the limestone water of thst region, were badly attacked with violent Jjinr rhjcraand Pysentery. Mr. II. had provided himself, nrtirioui to Ieavim? home, with Tbe Carminative ot lr. Jayne,and in all cases of its use, among five gentlemen, it was succeselul in etiecting a speedy The Expestorant we have known used among our intimate rnends with equal success: and we feel that we shall do a. good act to tamilies (especially those situated so they cannot have access to immediate medical ikill,) to advise them to keep on hand both the Expectorant and Carminative. The Expectorant is penevea Dy gooa physicians, to oe tne oest recipe for Pulmonary Consumptive complaints, that has ever yet been compounded. The reason is Dr.Jayne is not quack, out a regular, seiettihc, and able med ical practitioner himvelf. Hi medicines are used by the best physicians. tZKA liULDfc.N, -. - . . Editor of the Fhila. Saturday Courier. Jatjtx's Sa-vativx Pir.cf , thouzh not recommended as a universal "cure-all have, nevertheless proved superior to every thing of the Hind, especially in Liv x CojirtAi.TT and LiTsrrrsiA. and when used con junction with his Tonic Vermifuge or Alterative, will not lau one time in a hundred ot etiecting a per manent cure. Prepared only by Dr. D. Jayne, Philadelphia, and sold on Agency by. C. BELL, Druggist, may 2J ' - Lvanaville. POPULAR AlttUSEHIENTS. 1 TIL I' BJ HARDY, the inimitable Natural Ven- -LVJ. triloquiat whose extraordinary oerformanees throughout the principal cities of the the Union, stand uoarivalleled, begs leave to inform tha Ladies and Gentlemen of Evansyiile that he will on , Tues day and Wednesday evenings, 23rd and 2tth instant, at the Court House, offer tor their amusement hi novel entertainment, consisting of a aeries of the most beautiful and astonishiag specimens of Ventril and Mimicrv ever before attempted; ahow ing the astonishing peculiarities of the human voice, and the innumerable variety oi tones i; is capaoic oi . . . . ... r . 1 I - rt. 'i- "- -4 I.U. OTT, A TIP OAT REOI3TEH. cokkxctkd lach vir t taylok axd hautet. Atlantis Faducah Louisville Ben FranklinNo6Cincinnati St. Louis Rainbow New Orleans Loa isville St. Louis Cincinnati Cincinn ati - Florence , German town, - W. G-Campbell Alex Scott Cumberland, liibernia North Carolina Gladiator Dewit Clinton John Hancock Gen. Lafoystte Palestine Maj. Barbour Peytona Maj. Harbour Schuylkill, Andrew Jackson Swan J. B. Porter uouisvuie..' Cincinnati,.. Louisville Pittsburgh. St. Louis St. Louis N.Orleins N. Orleans Is.ew Orleans .........Jiashville 'Faducah .St. Louis '.Pittsburgh v Cincinnati Cincinnati Louisville Cincinnati Memphis Green River .Henderson Orleans.. Louisville Henderson Cincinnati.. Jouisville New Orleans New Orleans Evsnsville Evansville Cincinnati Wabash, Wabash TEAS! TEAS!! ALL IS & HOWES. Evansville, la. AG EX TS OF THE XEIV YORK CAXXTOXT 7Z2A COLIFAXHr. The Oldest Tea Establishment in America. THE Canton Tea Company has been popularly known for many years. This is the largest and oldest Tea Establishment in America. The public have had full proof of their integrity and responsi bility.. But auch has been the great and pressing de mand for their Teas of late, that they have been obli ged to enlarge, to a great extent, their two principle establishments in New York, viz: IX Chatham Sc 1G3 Greenwich Streets. They moreover possess facilities, in relation to the Tea trade, in a very abundant degree, and doubtless superior to any other Tea Concern in America Their scrupulous regard to all principles that tend to elevate the character of a Urge house, is well un derstood, and has already procured them a connec tion, probably, larger than all other Tea establish merits united, and they consequently ait determined to 11 tea purer, more fragrant, and perfect for the price, in the aggregate, than any house in the world China excepted. - They most zealously invite the attention of the in habitants of this city and surrounding country to thei agency Messrs. Atxis &. Howes', where the following assortments are always on hand; and they feel no hesitation in statin?, that wherever a single trial is made, a verydecidod preference is given to the celebrated Teas of the Canton Tea Compaay. 83-Reader make the experiment. Retail prices as follows, subject in all eases to I r turned if not approved of. . . , . GHLESs. Good Young Hyson Fine do do No 2 fragrant do No 2 very fino do' CO 50 9 B 0 ii 0 75 1 00 1 25 0 75 Silver eaf, do' Good irwn S Very ne do I 00 25 50 75 00 25 75 00 25 bxtra vagrant Good Hy son skin Good lmperia 1 very fine do Extra tine do Good Gunpow der rine do Extra fine do BLACKS. No 1 Souchong I 0 50 0 62 O 75 No 2 do Finest do Fragrant l'owchong, various prices Congo, various prices .r.r r me liolong 50 75 oo veryhne do Extra tine do 4 Ningyong, various prices i-incst Lnglih Jireaktast l ca. ivery ricn 1 Vkoe flavor: 73 62 00 Fine Orange Pekoe Finest Pekoe Flowers Ilnwnim.nr finest 1J lack Tea imported" 00 lie Ullis Ul tin icii viu uitoi iun , vi a .' I I . I' V.U " -.l I1..1r of all descriptions, the highest grades grown in China, $1,50 PrP9?PS- . J A A. H J U HUH. e canton a ea iompany are the exclusive venders of the superior Black Tea called "Howqua's Mixture. They . introduced it in America in isw ana every otner person or nous professing to sell the same at all mu ch less at a low er price deceive the unwary, as the public them selves will percteve, by comparing the spurious wan the genuine "Howqua" vended by the Canton Tea Company. v Every package (in addition to its containin g fnll weight, independent ot the wrapper,) bear the stamp ot neatness and elegance, ana the 1 eas therein are so thoroughly secured from light and air. that . their quality and power will remain unimpaired in any c!i mate. my 16 ALUS & HOWES, Ajent A Card rrlnsrnolla. Restaurant! TVTR. Editor At the solicitation of a portion of JlvX my patrons, and at their snzccstion, the Eagle Kecesa will in future he known by by the name of 'Magnolia WesturantJ Also, through the columns of your popular morning daily, 1 wish to return my most cordial, warm and sincere thanks to the citi zen of this city, for the heretefore very liberal pat ronage extended me; and having thoroughly rent- ted my Kesturant Exchange, Ice Cream and Lemon ade Saloons, (each distinct and seperate-,) and having secured the services of a French cook, the good Ufrs, epicures, citizens and strangers otour growing city, may depend upon having their various taste and wants supplied in the most princely and magnificent manner, and not to be surpassed in the city, every thing will be served as near as our market will admit in the Northern tfor. or Southern Magnolia style. Come along cents, trench, upper ten. citizens and strangers, whetiier as the b'hoys in a sarcastic manner would say if you belong to the' bond box, aristocratic, ruffle bosom centry of our city. or. whether you move or walk in more praiseworthy but humbler spheres of life of the "Mocosin Boys," all are welcome at the Maznolia JetlauranL- 8CT Remember every exertion shall be used to to please, and prices will be in accordance and keep- inir with tne times. may 17-tf JAMES CARTER, Proprietor. Ice Creams, Lemonades, Cakes, &ceb5 Served in the most superb and fashionahblLJ style and ratnner and with lightning dispatc , war -ranted tequal if not superior to any in the city, at the Maenotl & ice Lream anaiiCmonaae oaioun mayl9. JAS. CARTER. 24 Hours in advance or the .Hail. FrcthFWh, Crabs younir öquirrels. Oysters, Sardines, Chickens, r.,rWv- I lucks. Ham. Turtle Soup, ecet r&e'ablcs of every description, with an almost endless variety o eatables and drinkables which an English noblem an might be proud to boast of; at the Magnolia Asi tau ant. Imayl8 JAS. CARTER, Prruto: , SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK m Aixur a otohy. J. P. ELLIOTT, (Succes sor! lr.M.&-J.P.EUiott will continue the above business at the old stand. Main street, Evansville. He will always keep on hand a constant supply of Saddles, Bridles, Trunks, &.C.&.C of the best workmanship, which he offers at wholesale or retail at the lowest prices. Also A great variety.of Trimmings u-ixl by Sad dlers, Harness-makers, and Trunk Manufacturers. In addition to my former stock of materials I have just received a very large and general assort ment of , , . , Saddle Trees, of all kinds; Skirting, Harness and Bridle Leather, Hog skin seating; , , Call skin do; r Plush do, every vanetv; 7 Bridle Bitts and Buckles, all kinds; j ' Stirrup Irons, &c. &c. . .' Riding, Buggy and Wagon hips, . Together with all articles in my line, at wholesale and retail. ' J "- .. Persons dealing in the above articles willfindif lo their advantage to call and exa .nine my fctocV."" All ordera promptly attended to at the shortest no tice. - tmay 9 ly ' J. P. ELLIOTT : . FIGH!FIGSl FIGS! - - - OÄT BASKETS Figs; -.' - - ; 450 Drums do., all fresh; ' or sale by ALUS HOWES. ' ap 21 - - - '' Water st. . ST 1 L5Jj Wholchalo dealer ü dry Goodö, Booto, Shoca, -ÖatdJ lOapo, Hardwaire, Cutlery, Leather, öc.f. Ctc.,:r:' 0KrV7ACHIl L1! 1 1 IIP-BOOH ASOVn rTATTT - EV ANSVILLEi IND. DRY GOODS AT dines. Batrinsrs. Cotton Varna. Xn T9 .ContrrMerchaBts.---I take this methol to inform Merchants visiting this City, that I am in a. receipt of one of the largest and best assorted stock of Goods ever brought to this City. Among Which I enumeratA Tirk. liomtna t.:m" i ui...: - w mt:.l.' wr-.P My assortment of brown and bleached Cottons is, I believe, the jnost complete west of the Alleghany mountains, comprising all the most desirable styles selected from .the Last manufactories. My bleached Cottons are mostly from the Lowell and Waltham Factories, and are eecidedly superior to any other goods either foreign or dumestid, offered in this market. With assurance that rny terms and prices are more favorable to buyers than at any other house in this city. Very respectfully. ' - - roay 16 OLIVER LADD. DOMESTICS! fir A Bales 44 heavy Brown Sheeting, in store and w toraaleby myl6! . OLIV ER LADD. PRINTS. "I ÄT Cases of new styles spring Prints; J-- 5 do Blue and Orange, for sale by my-o- OLIVER LADD. MOSQUITO NETTISfß. I OH Vlece Mosquito Netting, just received and XrU for sale by my!6J OLIVER LADD. LADIES SLIPPERS and ItlTSKIKS. 00 jau'e lippers and Buskins of supe rior quality and stvle ever before brought to this market, just received and for sale by may lb. OLIVER LADD. KIP and THICK BROGAKS. "I fir Cases of Frime Kip Brogans; JL3 5 do do Boys do: 5 do Thick .do. For sale by (maylG OLIVER LADD. WALDR03I SYTIIES. fir A Dozen superior Waldrom Grass Scythes: UU lo do do .do.. Corn do; D do do do Kryer do; All or a superior quality for sale by may 16 OLIVER LADD. m mm k . . m m . . m m m m m. m. v mmm.3 Q A Dozen Lampson patent Suath; X3 50 do do do Common: SVTII V aV iTIIHI At PITPIf I.V1T? MSi 10 do superior fitch Forks: For sale by (may 16 OLIVER LADD. FAXTOY A HD BUY GOODS AT STAPLE It ETA IL "YMIE subscriber would most respectably inform the public that his stock for the Retail Trade is full and complete, consisting of one of the best as sortments of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods that can be found in Evansville. Please call and examine for yourselves. Imay 16 OLIVER LADD. TO THE PUBLIC. WHEN I advertise my stock in our Dailjr Jour nal, I am not in the habit of advertising dou ble or t ribble that I have on band, but come to the quantity by referring to my invoices of Goods pur chased East, may 16 OLIVER LADD. COTTON YARN. "I A A A A Dozen Hope Factory Cotton Yarns JLU.UUU Nos. 500, 600 and 00, this day re- ceived per steamer uosco lrom ntisourgn. r or saie by Imay 17 OLIVER LADD. BOY WANTED. A GOOD steady German lad, (one from the coun try would be preferred) who can speak tolera ble English, can et a hrst rate situation by applying to my lG-3t WM.M.WA LftLK. J. I BlTTBOLFF.f THANKFUL for past liberal natronace. would respectfully inform the citizens of Evansville and vicinity, that he has just received bis new and splendid stock of Jewelry, Watches; and Clocks, whiah he will self at regular Cincinnati prices, , his stock consists in part pt: . . , . . .. t me Gold and bilxer Lever v etches; A splendid assortment newest style ladies Coral Breastpins; Earing, Fingerrings Äcc.; Uold duard and rob ( Chains: Miniature cases, and lockets; " i -Fine Mouminc Pins, Bracelet Clasps; Guard Keys, Collar Buttons, nd Studs; A large selection of Gold Pencils with and without Pens; A large lot of Bayley'a best Gold Pena with and without holders; Silver Tables and Tea Spoons; " Silver Thimbles; Every description of Steel Trimmings; Steel Beads and Purse Silks; Fine Fans, Accordions: Solar Suspending and i arlor Lamps; Girandoles &c.; Every description Silver and common Spectacles; Fine pocket Knives Ate; B tew Fine French Mantle Clocks; to which he would call the attention of tho wish ing to purchase. Ladies are invited to call and ex amine tor themselves. J. L. BITTRULFF. ap 15 Main Street between First and Second. NAILS. 250 KEGS Boston and Juniata Nails, assorted sizes: . 25 kegs Flooring Brads, assorted; 25 do Assorted spikes. For sale by . A. LAUGHLTN, ap23 " Water street National Bakery, At Us corner of Water and Division streets. FREDERICK WETZEL, begs leave to inform his friends, and the public generally, that he has again returned to this citv. from Mexico, and remm menced the business of BAKING, in all its various branches. Fresh Bread, and a variety of C&kes. Crackers, &.C., can be had at all times, and on the m oat reasonable terms. Give him a call. may 4 . Four Days Later From Europe. PROSPECTS . Favorable to All Cash Customers. ALLIS & HOWES. TIIE HOUSE that sells goods for small profits and ready pay, have just been receiving several im portant additions to their large stock of 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 business to come and convince themselves that those asser tions are something more than empty boasts. Their stock embraces every thing belonging tQ the grocery trade, in proof of vrhich see the columns of our city papers- UN KVLRY PAGE - YOU WILL FIND THEIR ADVERTISEMENTS. , ap 24. SUGAR t SUGAR t SUGAR t IAO HHDSNew Orleans Sugar. XIU 200 Bags Ri.y coffee -.-.. . . ' 250 Bbls Molasses; in store and for sale by ALLIS & HOWES, ap24 . . . - Water st. JUST received from New York 6 Half Pipes Cognac Brandy; 2 Pipes Holland Gin; . - . . 10 casks Port Wine; 10 casks Madeira; ... 2hhdsRum; 10 barkets Champoigne; 5 hxs Cordials: 100 " Claret; 150" Sardines; : . i 400 cans Oysters; 25 thousand Tigara Cigars; for sale by ALLIS &. HOWES. ap 24 " - - - Water st. f JUST received by steamer Glcncoe, . 75 sides sole Leather; ' ' I ' ' 23 Bxs Lemon Syrup; " 3 Tierces refined Sugar for family use, for sale by ALLIS & HOWES, ap24 ..-w. Water st. JUST received fron New Orleans, . . 20 BblsfTannera Oil; V 50 " TTr? T. 4 Jt' Varnish; .'. . 15 Turpentine; .' - j 5 Bxs Oraneesr - " 10 Lemons; ' ia store and fof aale by t . ALLIS & HOWES. : ; - .- i ; ; - Water st. WHOLESALE. WHISKEY. Q Z Bls Rnssellville Whiskey,. iuv do lms Cincinnati do 20 New Harmony do. In store and for sale low for cash by my 10 BEMENT & . VIELE. JUST RECEINED, OA TONS assorted Rod and Bar Iron; emtß 100 kegs assorted Juniata Nails; 25 bundles spring Steel; 5 do- sneer do; -1 casa extra Cast do; - ; ' Plow slabs, Boiler and' sheet Iron; Raina. Files, and Door Latches. Which, complete together with our former stock makes it For sale low by may 9. LAUGHLIN, Water street. JUST KECEIVED, KEGS Pure white Lead; 10 bbls Linseed Oil; 50 5 do 1 urpcntine; 23 boxes S-10 Window Glass, For sale low by A. LAUGHLIN, may Water street. SUGAR and MOLASLS. 100 Hhds New Orleans Sugan 250 Bbls do do Molasses; 40 I do do ' . 25 Bbls Sugar do do; - House Molasses Polka brand; 23 ft Bbls do For sale by ap25 do do do do. A. LAUGHLIN, . Water street. ItLACKSMITII'S TOOLS. A FULL and general assortment of i every thing in that line, namely : An- . ., ' t ii . ". ri. viis, i; i lows, icos, ocrcw i taics. 1 Rasn. r lies and Grates. For sale by A. LAUGHLIN, ap25 Water street IIYDItAULIC CE3IENT. A FULL suply of this article fresh from the mills, jL together with the best of Roach Lime. For sale by the batrel. A. LAUGHLIN, ap 25 Water street. IRON. A LARGE and general assortment of all sizes of Common Bar. r IaU Round and fcquare, uroau and Narrow Band, Axe and Hoe Bar, Plow Bar, Plow Moulds and slabs. Nail and small Rods, to gether with all sizes usually called for in th above line. For sale by A. LAUUtiMiv, ap25 Water sU PAPER HANGINGS. OfiTfl PIECES Wall Paper, new styles; &ß3 200 " Satin faced: . . 100 44 New styles 4-4 Window Paper; . Just received and for sale low by my6 J.H.MAGHEE&CO. INDIA MATTINGS. "I A PIECES India Straw Mattings; .. ' JLAj Just received and for sale low by ' -my 6 J. II. MAGIIEE t C0.4. MOSQUITO NETTINGS. PIECES Assorted Mosquito Nettings; Just received and for sale low by J. H. MAGIIEE &. CO- 300 my C BOOTS AND SHOES. iAA CASES Boots and Shoes JLVfvr j ust received and for sale at wholesale pri- a s by Imy 6 J. H. MAGIIEE &, CU., . STEEL. A LARGE and general stock of the best Brands of American Blister, English Blister, German and English Sheer, brad and narrow Spring, and all sizes ot hat and squared Oast oteei, ax i emper. Forsale by A LAUGHLIN, ; : ap 25 Water street. MOnE NEW SHOES. TIIE subscriber is now opening, at the City Shoe Store, a splendid assortment of Ladies1, Misses nftd Children's Shoes, Gentlemens' oaiters, otc.. which ex- may 13 tt W. IL BAKER. MACKEREL. - BARRELS, Halves and Quarters, for sale very low by my 10) BEMENT & VIELE. CLOTHS, CASSIMEHE3 & VE3TINO SUPERFINE black French Cloth, Superfine black French Cassiraeres, 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 Gents. Spring and summer wear, for wholesale and retail by fap 15 MORRIS S. JOHNSON.k ; PANTALOONS STUFF & COATINGS. COTTENADES, Crotens, Tweeds, superfine black Freuen Drap, ets., Drap de Nienne, Lin en and Union checks and stripes, with all the most desirable styles, forsale low at wholesale and retail by aP15 MORRIS S. JOHNSON. PRINTS! PRINTS!! A N endless Quantity and variety of Prints of.tht J. newest Spring and Summer styles, together with every thing new, in the way of Dress Goods, for sale at wholesale and retail by -aplS . . MORRIS S. JOHNSON. GLOVES! GLOVES!! GLOVES!!! . ! Htt if IL LADIES superfine liht and dark colored mr(0Kid Gloves, superfine Black do., superfine llii White do., superfine white and colored Silk do., superfine black net Gloves, and Mits for aale low by lap 15 . . MORRIS S. JOHN SON. MOURNING GOODS. A FULL and very desirable assortment ol Mour ning dress Goods, superfine Bombazines, Silk Warp, Alpacas, (some very fine) Alpaca Lustres, superfine black, plain and figured berreges, black Lawns Süc., now open and for sale low by aP15 MORRIS S. JOHNSON. FANCY ARTICLES. THE subscriber has receivdd an assortment of:. -; Seals, Sealing Wax, Note Paper, Steel Deeds, kings. Tassels; Bag Clasps, Needles, Purse Twiat; Fancy Beads, Pins Knitting Pins; Razors, Razor Straps, Shaving; Tooth, Hair and Nail Brush, ivc, Stc, Also, Edgings, Inserting, Drawer Goods ot every variety, forsale at wholesale and retail by ap 15 MORRIS JOHNSON. LAWNS, GINGHAMS St LUTEN LAWNS A VERY larce assortment of the newest stylea Please call and examine them. ' apl5 MORRIS a JOHNSON. PA TiM TT A TS, BONNETO, FLOWERS &C. A VERY larsre stock consisting of every variety J. of Summer hats, leghorn, palm leal, Freren broid, ehana,&cfur and ailk hats of every desira ble atyle boansts, all the newest styles, with eplen did assortment of flowers, ribbons and bonnet 'trim mings for sale by ap 15 MORRIS S. JOHNSON . ;500' BBLS Kanawha Salt, on hand andforsrde KKU2SEN 6t MORGAN.' nurrhnsed of the Manufacturers in Cincinnati, will be sold unusually low. Please call and min ti rrknitnnil Drices. atNo. 22. ainst. NIB WS" ' Bf T S9 - . . SMSS - T ö C I T Y AMOCO U is. w. WHOLESALE DEALERS 111 FOREIGN AHO DOMESTIG DRY -GOODS WOULD LNVITF. ATTENTION OF THE TRADE Spring axid Summer Foreign and Domestic Dry Groodo; fT 7-HICH we are daily receiving from the Eastern Markets, Manufacturers, &e. . Our stock has been se VY lected with great care and at extremely low rates, under the most favorable circumstances, (with the CASH with an' especial view to the patronage of the of "LRGE SLES AND SMALbrKUMlTS," Country Merchants,Dealers, Traders, &c, who will trt nlpnjw von in stvle. extent, and variety oi toooa, nut aiso i urrrja i -"i. l- ' u Vi AV. wfLLÄKK irANoSEC-r WORTHY OF YOUR ATTENTION TO BUY OUT OF OUR ES TABL1SI1MENT. 53r You are particularly requested on visiting our City . to call and obtain prices jCrCall at the "EXPRESS STORE,? corner of Main and Water Street. , riSSINEETTS AND JEANS. B LUE, black, steel mixed, gold mixed, drab and faniMf mmj inotta Plain, blue, fancy, trold mixed, steel do, and striped Kentucky Jeans. Also New Hope and Steubenville, BrandyWine, Fisherville, Woodland, Nukeve, Westminister4 Brooklvn, Herino, and Rockaway Manufactories for sale low wholesale and retail by E.&, W.LEWIS, ap 13. Corner Main and Water street. : THREADS, BUTTONS Ac. OAflrtDOZ. assorted Spool Threads. . öU Uli 350 Rolls Cotton 225 pounds of Linin " 40 lbs American and Italian Silk. 1500 gross assorted Buttons, for sale low wholesale and retail at the Express Store, - E.&, W. LEWIS,- ? ap 13 Corner Main and Water street. : m. HATS and CAPS. inn C.ttnfm Hat and Cans, CONSISTING, in part of let, 2nd, and 3rd rate vy üeaven ist, zna ana jru rate rrun;crro voi do, Buena Vista, Silk, Wool, and all other varieties. Also, 500 dozen Palm Hats; . :. " . 10 da Leghorn; - . " 5 do F traw; ' -v . f 5 do 1'anama. : Also a few dozen CAPS. : .... , . All of the above are of thelntest and most fashion -able , SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES. For sale low, at wholesale or retail, corner of INIain and Water street ap 13J . E. & W. LEWIS. Bonnets, Artificials & Ribbons, tft 1 ii i5 (lay rect-iveu, j uuwii hwm llortnce Braid, Straw, Devon and'- Chip Bonnets 59 boxes artificial t lowers ot r rench and American Manufactures. ' " -a ffi Pieces Ribbons white. Bonnet black, fi2- XUUl ured, fancy, cap, colored Tafiata, black Tafla, Gold Satin, See., with all the latest and rotiet fashionable Spring and summer styles, ' comprising altogether one of the largest assortments in the city For sale low, wholesale and retail by 1 . V. - B. &. W. LEWIS, apl3, Corner Main and Water street . SHAWLS,' DRESS 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 or Dress Goods, &c. E. & W. LEWIS apl3. ' Corner Main and Water street. LINENS! LINENS!! j syfr PIECES Irish linens; X I O 50 pieces Brown French do; 30 pieces Check do; Also 200 pieces Swum Muslin with a general and varied assortment of White Dress Goods. E.&. W.LEWIS, apl3 : Corner Main and Water street. VESTINGS, CEJiTS.CBAVATS,&c THIS day received, an assorted stock of Vestines, Gents. Cravats, llhdkfs., fitc suited to the Spring and Summer trade, for sale low at the "Ex press Store." - - E. &. W LEWIS, . ap 13 Corntr Main and Water Street. GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, HOSIERY! Ac. 300 doz. assort 1 Hosiery; tit A. :.Ia . i .n tiii till mini ... Consisting of all the varieties ever brought to this market, or ever called for, at the corner ot 3iain ana Water street. sp 13 E. &' W. LEWIS. UMBRELLAS & PARASOLS. AN ample assortment of Silk and Tjjlf Cotton Umbrellas, Silk and Cotton Parasols. ... Also; a small lot oi BiinaeSjWuicn we. win sen at our usually low rate. K Si. W.LEWLS, ap 13 . Corner Maiaand.Water street. , C03IBSI C03IDSII - ui THIS day received-Butterfly, Polka, t J &. imitation Shell, Tuck Combs, Side do. Pocket do. Ivory do. Reding do, and all other varieaies.- For ..whalal .nJc.cil bJr R fc V". LEWIS. -apl3 Corner Main and Water street. - FLOOR CLOTH. 2 PI EC ES Floor Cloth, expressly for the city trade E. & W. LEWIS, ap 13 Corner Main and Water street. . - - ATPttÖN CHECKS. V ÄT PIECES Apvöh Check, this day opening for tß sale low.-wholesale or retail. ' v " ' E. & W. LEWIS, ; ap 13 Corner Main and Water street. SPLENDID lot of Paper Hangings and Win dow Paper, just received and for sale low by , jan 13-tf: J. H. MAGHEE fit CO. j LEATHER AT AUCTION. WE will sell to the highest bidder at our Auc tion store, on Main street, Evansville, on Sat urday next. May 13th, at 10 o'clock am, seventy two sides of Upper Leather and ten sides of Harnes Leather, say in lots of half to one dozen, a first rat article. A credit of three months given on note with approved recurity. W JOLSEY &, NELSON my lo-td .. , City Auctioneers 1 F. P. FAGAN, " w FlFashionsble Coot and Shoe Maker. . f WOULD inform his friends and the public Tf( I ibat he now has, and it tends to constantly fM V keep; a fine lot of Philadelphia r.tf..it- for fans work. Work of every description done with uHs-Biaiwsi roawesa ana QesrjratQn, vn Mam street opposite the Bank,-- . -"i''- - p adi. JE IL Iß (Gr E& A IP HU! .- -JP- - R N T Y M E ß G II AMT S, iüis wies TO THEIR UNUSUALLY LARGE STOCK OF Evansvllle 1 rade, ana as we nave .0P JJq we nave no nesitauon in pieuguig wuibci.w v.., be kind ttmghAo nil and see vi 1? to before purchasing, aP13 ORANGE. BLUES and FANCY PRINTS. OfÄA PS. newest Spring and Summer styles for 5UUU Orange, Blues, and Fancy Prints, now now on hand and receiving daily; some of them very beautiful, and well adapted to the city trade; which we offer at a small advance on Eastern cost, at the Express Store. Ev&. W LEWIS, ap 13 corner Main and Water street. IiAWXS AND GIXGIIAlilS. 0 Ki J3- American and Imported Ghvhams; rmfOxJ 200 pieces assorted qualities and styles of Lawns, for sale very cheap jyjg ap 13 corner of Main and Water street. DOMESTICS, OSNEBERGS.TICKINGS, 1 fmfi BALES assorted brands of Muslins from I AUvF. light to 37 inch heavy. . "Also, 10 bales Osnebergs; . 10 do Tickings; . r 4 v 5 do DriU?; .. .. " . 8 do Blue Drills; ' , 6 cases Bleached Muslins. ' For sale low, wholesale or retail at the Express Store, corner of Main and ater street. ap Ij K. & W. LEWIS. PANT STUFFS. K fl fl PIECES Pant Stuffs, this day received, con OVJvfsisting in part, Cottonadea, Camlets, Checks Gambroons, &.C., also a few Pieces of extra article of Fancy Linens for sale low, at wholesale or retail by E. W. LEWIS. ' ap 13 Corner Main and Water street. ALPACAS. Ac . '. t fin PIECES Alpacas. Plain, Black, Fancy and 1UU Mohair Plaids. Also, a few pieces of Silk Warp Lustre, for sale lo0LE0WIg " ap!3 Comer Main and Water street. CLOTHS AN CASSIMERESJ T7RENCH, English and .American blue, black JD drab, olive and steel mixed Clothi ahd Xassi- mera. at wholesale and retail fow - ' an 13 ' '"' Cdrrior Main and Water s treeti . r - ' - BOOTS AND SHOES. KnW An hand and receiving ' 200 cases Boots and Shoes, consisting in part of Ladies Black Pat tip Buskin; - " do uoiorea 00 ao; . do Calf and Morocco Shoes; 4 do Kid Slips; , , . do Buskins; ' " Misses' Slips; . - z : ' Children's assorted kinds cacks; Men'a and Boy's Calf-skin Boots; - do do . Kid do; '- do do Thick do; do do Congress Gaiters; ' db Patent Leather; . . do Pumps; ' Gents coarse and fine Brogans. , Together with a varied assortment not above mea tioned at wholesale or retaiUow ap 13 corner Main and Water street. TO TIIE LADIES. . rllS day received Steel trimmings and tassels, consisting of bag clasps and tassels, purse rings, purse clasps, steel beads, shaded and niacin purse silk. For sale low by & W.LLWte ap 13 Corner Main Water street. PEItCUSSlON CAPS. '' ' OA fa nnil PERCUSSION CAPSC-. D. and äUU.UUU assorted qualities. , ' -Also, 50 dozen Shaving Boxes, for sale low, whole aale or retail, corner Main and Water sweet. t3 E. At W. LEVIS. I ir a wnsxi?lla;iIimTPS. . ' A LARGE assortment of Silk, Cotton, uingliam, Bandana, Wax Colors and all other varieties ever brought to this market, at horner Msin and water. ip " " TUST received 800 Looking Glasses," consisting of .1 tha nlnin and dnuhle bevfel. fancv round.' bevel band, cherry, tablits, German toilet, statia, JiC.,from 3-a IO Zl-l-i inCU, IOr eaie low, wuuirsaic or re i.u ut T. in 4iiria t. Oi . Lilj V IO, ap 13 Corner Main and Water stree t. ' 1TIOSQUITO BARS. - CT A DOZEN Mosquito Bars, :- OU 10 Rolls Linen, E. &. W. LEWIS, ap 13 - Corner Main and Water? street. FAKCY GOODS. ' ' NOW on hand and receiving daily one among tha largest assorted stocks of of Fancy Goods ever brought to this city; consisting; in part, tf; cilks, Dress Handercmets; ; - . 1 . Silk and Worsted Ties;. ' Ianen and Cotton Edgings, Footings, Arc; Tapes, Pins, Needles, Beads;' i - Neclaeee, Finger-rings, Breost-pins; ' ' Violins, Violin strings; Hair-pins. Razors, Razor traps, Tttt l ... Pants Buckles, Shoe Lacete-,- '. ' Spool-stands, Pocket Knives;' ' - Plain, Black, and Fancy Veils; - i - V Also,n variety of Berriages, ' " ' " Cable Cord; silk and Cotton Purses; ' ' Pocket Books, Wall Papper; : , Fire screens. Car pet Warp;; . Cloth and Hair Bruthcs; -? -Hooks and Eyes;- .. r- Paste Boards, Bonnet Wire; -Shawl Pins, Fringes; V " -"'. " W halebone, Sha vfug-soap ie, &.C. -, With great variety of articles not above mention jd, vrhich we will be pleased to show o onr friends and the trade generally.. ' E. &. W. LEWIS. op 13 , - Corner Main and Wrater etreet. ' ' .. IOWA F LOV1U - V t . fif- Bbls Burbrgtön M ills, just received per stea vlcf rrner BreokU n.'ftnd"- for sale by . f jtDjlO- - LIMtNt & VIELE, . i Ait..