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i .! FX I i ( A0 j t i ' " i I VOL. I. EVANSVILLE, I A., FRIDAY, MAY 2G, 1848. NO. 29 all c im T1 I . 1VM. II. CIIANDLKU & 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 paper " changeable, $-00 For sani amount in both papers, 10 DO For one-fourth column Daily or weekly 20 00 do do in both papers, 2." DO For one-half column Daily or weekly 35 IX) do d'- in both imptrs 13 00 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 oft as once a week : and all advertisements lor the 1 benefit of other persons, as well as all legal ndver- tisements, and advertisements of auction sales sent in by them, must be paid for at the usual rates. No reports, resolutions, or proceed in es of any cor-1 Deration, society, association, or public meeting, and i aao communication designed t call attention to any ' i i . -ii.. . matter of limited or individual interest, can be inser ted, unless paid for as an advertisement. No advertisement can be inserted gratuitously for charitable or other socicties,public institutions orcom- Agreemenls will be made at higher pricee for ad- j rerti-ements inserted uciore "marriages anaaeatns, (but xix. advertisements that exceed the limits engng .ed, will be counted and charged for A. It. JONES A CO.. Prouce -Dealers öl Commission XVIh'ts f a. 19 Front Street, St. Louis. References: 12. & "W. Lewis, Evansville .Harrington, Hannah Sc Co., S tic kwjih Sc Dryer, i . rjlll!, I S. W. Ball, iicI-seiEgls,iSt' LouIS- III Whitmore, ct SMi-y Mathews c Patch. J. HAJfrOETH J. I.. DANFORTH. J. DAXFOIZTII & SOX. WHOLES. LE DEALERS IK FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DKY (10 ODS. Jt. 414, ainSt. Louisville, Ky. m21 " W C PETESSS CO. MUSIC PUBLISHERS, Jfo. 507 lUain .Street, Louisville, Ky. (XT DOOR TO TUE BAiK F LOllSVILLE;) CONSTANTLY on hand, double and TffTTTfl 6ing,e Action llarps, Musical Instru- i ij 3 if J J nienti of t-lrv description, Italian ' .Strings. Music published Weekly Music bound in the stxon eest utuaer. t Piano Fortes repaired and tuned to let, and sec ond hand Pianoa purchased, sold, oi exchanged. Seminaries supplied 'vita Music at a liberal dis count. mar'Jlly j. ii. ?i vaiici; v co., 80NHKRB0UR MINING AND MANUFACTURING CO.. HAVE just received 5000 doz. Cotton Yarn, Which they are authorized to sell at Louisville prices at all time during the season. These Yarns are of an excellent quality, and supe rior to most of the Pittsburg Brands. Please call and examin them. apö CO.lItUEISCIAL. HOTEL,. LOUISVILLE, AT. I. AY. Ill I!Ut l'KOlM CTOR. -Opposite the Washington Hall, Mh street, 1- twsen Main and Market. mar 21 y JOHH I5GLE.JR t!OR TI Q. WHEELER ingli: &. wiiki:li:u, A TTOIIN EYS AT LAW, tfcccEsBSTo Battell i I."iLE, Genrral Cullectutn and Real IS. late Agency. Ollice on First street, below Main. Ii H. Q. Wueeler, Notary Public. oc9 tf TOILN J. CHANDLER, Attorney at Law Office J out irst st. between Main and Sycamore, ap 2b A.MtS U. JU.MV5, AUorntH at 1mc. UiJiee on First etrcct, below Main. ap23 tf. 4.0.VR1D BAKER. TIIOS. E. QARVIX BAKEU &. ÜAKVIN, Attorneys at Law, Evans ville, la. Otlice in the Court llou.-e. sep3 MC. M EDICAL. GEO. D. WALKER, l!,ysi.ian J. iiurgion, corner ot ineand rirst bts. IjylG'-lo M EDICAI.. JOHN' R. WILCOX, Vhnician , Surgeon. First st., above Main, Lvansvihe. ap20 BAXIEL MOROA.f. JA MI S MORiJAX MEDICAL. D. &, J. MORGAN, Physicians and SurgKns Oilicc on First St., between Main and cyeamore. ap-u it. t. . WTtTER MARK TKAFTC.N XT EE V ER t TR A riöXJ'jicia .t 4- Nu rgems Tr Olhce on r irst st. near the Mierwood lloue. N. B. Dr. Weever's residence is on Äicond st., first door below Rev. Mr. Dxlge 's church, nov 13-Ciu. DR. JOHN T. VALKKR. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Otlice on Main Street, between Second and Third, and nearly oppoaha the Clerk's oilicc, where he may at all time. be fc-.n I unless absent on professional busincsj. dec Z '47-t f '.'SI E. TAT LOB. K. IJ.1 UAli . HAYLOR Si. HARVEY, Commission and For- UAirJmg Merchants aterft., Lvansville, Indi an. Have also a large, new whan-boat whero mey will receive and store height free of drayage. apJ . WARBtTO?r. S. V. TIAX.NAH. E- H. FA1KC1MLD HA RRINGTON, 11 A NN AH Sc CO., Forwarding and Commission Mrchants, Water st.t opposite tha wharf boats. Still continue to receive and for word on liberal terms, ap 2 1 tf. WOOLSE V Si. N ELSOS, commission Mrchanlfy Auctioneers, Main, 2d door from Second st. a2 M HOLDEN, Tailor, Main street, over James öcanthn &.bon 's btove store. ap lly. B R A DT fit M AT 1 1 E WS, 7-i7or,phopon thecast u'ide of Mai st.,one door from the corner of First. WM. M. MORRISON, Taylor, Main st., one door from the corner of Second. Solicits a share of the patronage of the town and country. ap-t ly. D. O'NEIL, Fashionahlt Tailor, First st , abov Main near the Sherwood House. ap201y J T. HUGO, House Viae street, near Mr. Carpenter and Joiner On Dogdes church. my2-6m EATON Sc. HUGG, House Carpenters and Joiners, 24 street between Sycamore and Vine. ap23 dy INDIANA IIAI.Ttt: i.ir ft ii T-rl 1 . ; j:: This Hotel is tituated at the foot of Division - """street, opposite the steamboat landing. Char ges moderate and accommodations excellent, my 10 CJXCIIVNATTI AX IIOtIEI!! SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTORY. MATHEW MclNNERN EY Sc Co., would res pectfully inform tho citizens of Evansville, and th public generally, that they have establiihad a Snin nA tn. l snufaetorv. on Diviiinn vtmnt between 2d and 3d, at the old stand of Wilk.a Rcagen) where they intend to keep always on nana a supply of Soao and Candles, of the best quality, which they intend to sell at Cincinnati prices. The highest mar ket pri ct-5 will be paid for tallow and grease of all Junos. 1-b 12-Cm. CRAWFORD BELL, WHOLESALE AND RET A IL DRUGGIST, MAIN STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA HAS now in store and daily receiving his Spring supply Drugs, Mtdicins, Faints, Oils, Dys StvjT, Sjuce, Soajts, l'erfumery, Windout Glan, Glassware, arnish, Faint und Varnish BrusJus, fi-c. if-c. My stock id one of the largest and most com plete ever before offered in this market, comprising almost every article in my line, selected by inysclt with great care in regard to the best qualities, and purchased directly from first hands and on the best terms, by which means I am enabled to sell at as low a rate as any other House in this part of the country. Dealers are respestfully requested to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere, and those who cannot do so, by tending their ordersshall have them attended to as promptly and at rates as low as if here in person My stock consists, in part, of the followinjr 500 oz Sulp Quinine; 150 11m Chrome Yellow; t J oz Iodine; 100 oz Hy'd Potasso, 50 oz Peperine; 200 oz LtBarkPrecip't; 350 lbs Gum Aloes; 350 do AssafctiJo; 250 do Pulv Rhubarb; 250 do do Jalapo; 13 bbls Sulphur; 5 do Brimstone; 300 lbs iH)lt Indigo; 1200 do fine Madder; 200 do Nutmeg?; 300 do Cloves; UH) mats Cinnamon; 10 Ibis Tanners Oil; 5 do Linseed do; 5 10 do pure Castor Oil; do bpirits 1 urpen tine; do Copal Varnish; 5 10 5 2C0 do Alcohol; do Copperas; do Alum; boxes 13ottles and Vials; i00 do Window Gln?s; 5 Carboys Oil Vitriol; 6 do Mtric.3c.iUU- riatic Acic; 2U0 llw Calomel; 500 do Cream Tartar; 10 bblsr p. Whiting; 10 do do 1'rown; 10 do V. lied; ISO ll3 Chrome Green; (1500 lbs Salaeratus; (1000 do Ked Lead; 300 do Litharce; 10 boxes James Hirer Tob'tcro; J 50 keys White Lead. 11H do Paris Green; grGinseng, Flaxmd, Feathers, and Beeswax ta ken at the Liehest market price in exciianne lor a goods sold, or in payment ot d bts due me. ' N. H. All ni rsiin- ind ditfil tn th firm ofV. St. CI j?ell will pleabe settle up as soon as pible, either bv ?ote or ottierwi, as the hrm has been uisssoiveu since .'he 23d of August last. janSy.MS-tf. CRAWFORD BELL. i tu JiTANirji I :v i ci n i:tf. is ALL C. HALLOCK, Druggist autVLA Thnr.n,. rL'tist. would call the attention ot the citizens of Lvansville and and adjoining towns to his fimmitd assortment of Drus. Medicines, Cliemicals. Oil-. Uvoetutls. &c, &c, V-c. All ot which are carefully st-iVctcd and received trc&h trom the Eastern .Markets. Thysicians and merchants may dejend upon their orders b ing promptly attend' etl to and the genuine article r I ways delivered, on terms wholesale and retail ns Krorable as the same quantity and quality can be purchtuX, at any Place. A lull nv-rtm nt of ltitniii Mfio-Vcines, Roots, Darks, Herbs, Extracts, Powders, &c, prepared and tit up by the bhakers. Hallock's sniK'rior cold drawn No. 1 CaMor Oil, jianufacturcd at Mt. Carmel, Illinois. ... A large assortment ol Pattent and r amii v iviedi- cines. Essence's. Hair Oil's. Perfumery. Sonus, and aney articles Colotme, JJay and Koe Water, av oi . - ' . . . . ' 1 1 f the liest nualities eidlitze and fcoua Powders, cart- ully put up and of full weight. Copal Varnish at 3 00,2 23, and SI 75 per gal on. Superior Pale French Brandy, P. tl. Goddard Sc Co's Prand, warranted pure, for medical purposes ouly. llallock'a Worm Candy, a sale and pleasant med icine to destroy worms in children and improe their their general health; llallock s Cough Candy composed of 1 lore hound Donctei, Sic. for all kinds uf causrh. ALSO ON SALE. At th proprietors prices Dr. Wood's arsanarilla and Wild Cherrv Eitters- See advertiscnunt. Dr. LYham's Veritable Tilo Electuary See adver Use merit Wilder's Susar Coated Vcir. Antt-Fcvcr Tills Sec advertisement. w Dr. VanZandt Health Restorative Veg. Pills Sec advertisement. Dr. Folgcr'sOlosaonion.or all Healing Dalsom ee advertise ment. Dr. I'eter'a Vegetable Tills, AVorm and CoiU'hLoz rges. Dr. Ii Roy's Universal Vege. able Tills, composed ot JSarNiparillaand Wild Cherry. Dr. 1 orter 's Poor man's Pills, at 1U cents ner x. Dr, Porter's Poor Man's Strcngthning Plaster, at 10 cents apiece. Parncs' Tooth-Ache Drops, warranted to cure in all cases. Overstrc et's genuine Linamcnt, and Doctor Beach' lanniy I'm. Dr. Grave's Anti-Fever and Fever and Ague Tills, " Cholera Iufaulum and Bowel com plaint t ill Dr.Grave's Tain Extractor, for burns, scalds swcl lings, Rheumatic Pains, &c, warranted to give in sunt rclicl in all cases. Nerve and bone Linamcnt, highly celebrated forits curative powers At the New Drue Store: Main street op:xitc En m nt & Vjelc8. iylOtf jyio 31 ALE ACADEMY AND FEMALE semi: Alt Y. nIIE subscriber, grateful for the increasing patron J. age the above institutions are receiving, respect fully gives notice, that the Spring Term will com mence Feb. 21st, and the Summer Term, May 15ih; the Academy, to be taught exclusively by himself, the seminary, by Mrs. L. M. f-FoRi, assisted by Miss E. F. Morto.v and Miss S. C. Bowdex; ttach ers amply qualified by their literary attainments and expeiicnce in teaching, to give thorough instruction in all the branches usually taught in the best Semina ries of the country. Two other young ladies from the East, of tried, and highly approved capabilities for teaching, are expect ed in a bhort time. The public may rest assured, that no pain? will be spared to render the schools wor thy of their confidence and cordial support. For the better classification and progress of the Scholar-, the pupils of the Seminary arc arranged into two departments ; miliary ana .caaemieai, witn appropriate teachers assigned to each, but both under one central suoervi sion. By this arrangement, the best order will be secured, and all due attention paid to email, B3 well as large scholars. It is greatly to the interest of thoso who attend the school, thatihev commence with tho beginning of the term; as classes are then formed, and subjects uf btu dy commenced. KATES or TCITIOX IX TL ACADEMT. Primary English branches $1 00 per Qur Higher English branches 5 CO " " Greek., Latin, Hebrew, Algebra, Oeomc try, either or all, together with the pre ceding 7 00 . " " TUITION IX TUE SEMINARY. Primary Department $3 OOperQur. Academical Department 4 00 to 5 00 " " EXTRA BRANCHES Latin, French, or Algebra for each-.. 2 00 " 44 Music lessons with use of instruments 8 00 " Us of instrument for practice 2 00 " " LVansville Feb. 8. M. W. SAFFORD. Bvansville City Foundery, THE UNDERSIGNED nave just erected in tin. City of Evansville a FOUNDERY, which is situated below Division 6trcct, and near the Ex change Hotel, whero they are prepared to execute all kinds ol castings in Iron, such as cooking an I par lor Stoves, Ploughs, Corn Shclltrs, Wagon Lio.v.'s, Hollow-ware, and in fact all other worn, in their l:ne at Cincinnati price,. They will warrant all work done by them, and their Stoves for twelve month. They invite calls from those in want of work in their line before goins elsewhere. All orders will be punctually attended to and faithfully executed. Cash paid for old ca?tinga. Jan l-6rn KRATZ Sc HEILMANN, Arc yon Insured? THE undersigned as agent for the Col umbus Ohio Insurance Company, is prepar ed to take risks on on shipments of Merchant dize. Produce, &.c, from and to any part of the U. States by steam and sailing ve?sels, steam, canal, keel and fiat boats, also upon buildings, merchandize, furniture, tc, on most reasonable terms. The high reputation which this Company bears for its ability, liberality and promptness in adjusting lost ses, entitles it to the conlidence and patronage of the public. nov27-tf. JNOM. STOCK WELL riltE c ItIAI-I2VI IXSUIMACE. "If there he safety only in good security in order to be secure ice mast be safely Insured." WHEN we hear of our friends loosing their prop-! crty by re,or that the vessel on which they have made shipment of Produce or Merchandize is lost, the first question we ask is 'were you insured V 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 Insuretl." The Camden Insurance Company of New Jersey, well make insurance on Puildings, House hold furnitnre and Merchandize of all kinds also upon shipment of Produce and Mercandize, on boad of team Boats, Sailing Vessels, Canal, Keel and Flat Poats, at a fair valuation and at reasonable rates of Premium, and, in case ol loss, as soon as the claim can be properly adjusted pay over the same. ALLEN C. HALLOCK, Agent, Ollice on Main st., near Water, mar 9 Evansville, la. LIFE I N 8 Ült AN CE. JANUARY REPORT. THE Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company du ring the month of January, ISIS, issued 1.1 new P,?1 lcies, viz: Po Merchants Sc Trad- en, 6'J ' Mechanics, 21 u Manufacturers,--.-20 " Clerks, 10 " Clergymen, 6 Physicians, 7 " Ladies, 9 " Editors, 2 Teachers, 5 Brokers. 4 Toll. S. Officers,. Teamstir, " Lawyers, " banners, " Pilot, Agent, Servants,.. ..... Sea Captains, 14 " Auctioneer, ' fetudent, New Policies issued in January, 1913,- 181 ROBERT T. I'ATTLivSON, President. Cenj. C. Miller, Secretary. ALLEN C. IIALLOOK, Agent. M. J. Bray, M. D. Medical Examiner. All persons wishing to make insurance on their own or on their friends L1V1-?, will please call up on the agent in this City, Olüce on Main street near Water, and examine the terms and rates ot the Com pany, mar 9-y A, TAYLOR HALL. JNO. M. A PP respectfully informs the Vi public gencrallly that he has leased for a y-fr, term ol years, the well known tavern stand iu Ev ansville formerly kept by E. Ehrsam, and lately by Benj Nurre. '1 he house has been thoroughly re paired, and handsomely fitted up with entire new für ' ,.i .-I . it- ii i e- niture, ana tnose oi ine travelling puuuc wno may ia vor him with a call, may rest assured that their com fort an4 convenience will meet with every attention His Table will always be supplied with the lest il nt the market a fiords, and his Bar furnished with the cl-'oicest loquors, carefully selected by an experi enced hind. AttacJt-'l to the nail, ana immediately on the Public Square, are his stables, acknowledged by all to be the mojt spacious and convenient in the place. au2 2, 1847 tf. JNO. M. APP. SlIEKWOOD HOUSE. FIEST STREET. E". O'SVILIX, INDIANA. THE undersigned Living become proprietors of the above well know'u establishment, beg leave to offer their services to the public and to solicit a share of patronage. Th.y hope to be able to continue the favorable consideration the House has heretofore tnioyed under tho management of Mr. Sherwood. No exertions will be snared to cive uni versal satisfaction to all. The Table and thö Bar will be abundantly furnished and the rooms clean and neat. Charges as heretofore moderate NATHAN ROWLEY, nov 4-tf PETER BURK. PRIVATE BOAIIDIN HOUSE. . THE undersigned has opened a Private 1 Boarding House in the Brick BuilJingon Wa .11- tcr Street, nlove Main, knovnas tlie Wheel er House. My object is to keep a house for the ac commodation of Gentlemen principally. There are. however, three or tour very pleasant rooms in the House which can be fitted un tor tli i econmioilatioii of small families. The table .hall not be surpassed by any in the city. Nov. 4th A. FARNSWORTII. rUKUUS' rUKNlTUUE WAREHOUSE. it the old stand. Main St. above the Market.) I have on hand and shall constantly kecD for sale, a large and general assortment of -..w1 . - .- t5 " .''-- VI Kill. ITTM k.. mn.)p in tYtn Kct mnnnni- I WU tt . ! k .. . ana wmcn l win sen at remarkable low prices. 1 hose wishing any article in my line are re quested to call and examine ray stock. N. B. All orders from the country Drommiv at tended to and furniture carefully packed tor shipment Feb. 1-Cm ROBERT FURGUS. fjs CIIAIItSX Chair! I am able to ofiVr the public an assortment of Chairs of all nrj qualities and prices, ol beautiful patterns and workmanship. Call and examine at my Furniture Wareroom, Main street above the Market leb 1-btn ROBERT FURGUS, ,TJ.ri COFFINS. vi. niaje td ordcr. feb l-6m Constantly on band and ROBERT FURGUS. Main Street. BRANDY AND WINE. 5 quarter casks purejuice Port Wino; 5 " " " Old Port do; 5 " " " Maderia; 1 " " " " Sherry; 1 pipe pure Cognac Brandy,Otard. Dupuy's lirand. 1 hese Liiqnorseave beon purchased especial ly lor Fickncss, and the public can rely upon their pu nty. In store and for sale by jarüTJ) C. BELL. TANNERS OIL. GytZ BCLS Tanners Oil just received and for sah WOby Iii2l DECKER & KRAMER. LAWNS AND PRINTS. TUST received a small lot of handsome Lawns and O Spring Prints. mar25J M. W. FOSTER. PANT STUFFS. IUST received brown and bleached Linen Drills, Cotton Cashimcrs, Cottonades, Demin blue Drills, ic, suitable lor men s bummer wear, mar 23. M. W FOSTER. 000 P'ccts Plack and Colored Alpacca Lusters vf125 Kentucky Jeans. 100 " sattmetts all colors. 150 " Red, White and Yellow Flannels. 75 Cases assorted Prints. 5 " Blcacacd Muslins. 500 " Woollen Shawls. 150 Tair Dlankets, just received and for sale very cheap, by J. H. MAGHEE, Sc CO., oct. 19-tl Main street STATIONARY". 100 REAMS Foolscap paper, assorted; JL" loo reams Letter paper, do; 50 gross Black Ink Also, n supply of Quills, Steel Pens, Wafers, and caling Wax, in store and for Bale by jan 29. C. BELL. MACKEREL. BARKELS, Halves and Qunrtörs, for salo very low by my 10 BB.MFNT Sc VIELE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL F ashionablc Hat Establishment, Ccmcr of Main and First Sis., Evansville. fT THE attention ofcountrymercbants and dealers -is particularly directed to the large and varied as sortment of HATS, CAPS, Sec, now opening at the above establishment, comprising the most complete Mock, ot fashionable and durable Spring and summer wear ever offered in this city, and unsurpassed in the Wet. Possessing the most favorable facilities for purchasing and a judge of all articles in my line, 1 am able to sell at rates lower than can be obtained elsewhere in the city, and as low as such articles can be had in Louisville or Cincinnati. My retail customers are are invited to call and ex amine my stock of Spring and Summer Hats, several styles of which are unsurpassed tor beauty of finish Zi j i t. !. ,n : . 1 V... una lasmou. n is my internum iu eeu viiuli ov wholesale or retail at prices which must command purchasers, and 1 earnestly solicit a rail from all who ' . - I A T , I. V lnienu ouvuig. u. fn.. mar 21 corner of Main and Fir.t sta. J. VAUTIUN k CO., ... . flj v UUIII respecttully announce to thea j ---Citizens of Evansville and country ad-Jb iaot nt, :hat they have recently opened a Shoe Store on the West side otMain street, next door the cor ner of Second, where they are manufacturing BOOTS XD SHOES IN A I.I. THEIR VARIOUS BRANCHES. Their experience in the business will enable them to procure the lest of stock and have it manufactured in ths most durable manner. We invite the citizens of Evansviile and public generally to call and examine our work, as we have a good stock of ready made work of our own manufacture. Young men wishing fino Boots can obtain them here of every description, ready made or to order if preferable. All orders lelt with ua for work will be Drommiv attended to. The Ladies of Evansville are respectfully invited to call and examine our large stock of Ladies' ware, as we stand ready at all times to wait on those that feel disposed to favor us with a call. We are preiiar ed to manufacture Fancy Ihoes of every different style. Tho.' leaving orders lor Snoes may rest assured that no pains will be spared in trying to accommodate them with onv sivle they wish. We feel willing to acknowledge our gratitude to the citizens for the friendship they have manifested towards us. and thank them for theirliberal patronage, and hope that in return our work may merit their approbation. fiCAll work done by U9 is warranted, and no charge made for mending work that should give way. ftbHw&tw-tf. J. VA-TKL&C0. MOOTS AND SHOES. 4j f IT'f1 ii finiirtTiii a rv mti JU.-iA !', rU A l till. CITY SHOE STORE. ON MAIN. ST. SPLENDID assortment of Boots and Shoes, 7jl contesting of Gents Fine Calf and Morocco Boots Ladies patent Leather and White Kid Slip pers, Gaiters and half Gaitersot vanous patterns, together with a large lot of Childrens Shoes of every discretion. The above goods are of the best quality, and suitable for the present season. Please call und examine iny goods and prices, main Street. W. ap 6-tf R.BAKER. JUST received this dav breA1i H ITIirrs-s A few rnse. uf Rioia biiiI flriJV'l V--Mioes, and a variety --.. I-.. 1 of Ladies' and Misses' line Shoes, jan. 22 W. Ii. UAKER, Main street. DISSOLUTION. THE partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Ni:hi insula Sc Sowers," Tobacco and Ci gars Manuiacturers, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, the business of the lato firm will be lettled at the old stand by William Nightingale. WM.' UNITING ALE. JACOB SOWERS. A CARD. WE the undersigned have thisday associated our telves together under the firm of Nightingale & Kister; in be Tobacco and Cignr business, at tbe ol J stand of John Ö. MeCracken, Main Street, would respectfully announce to the pub'ic, that we intend keeping constantly on hand a gool assortment of ihe lxst brands Virginia and .Mi.-H)uri '1 obacco. "Snufls" Kegalia, Trincipe, Canone, Caradava, half Spanish and Common Cigars; together with all articles in the line. Orders from abroad attended to with punctuality nightin(;ale. and dispatch. WM. ap 4-tf-wÄ.tw JOSEl'II KISTER. HARDWARE. CLAGETT A FILLER, Importers as?tl Wholesale Dealers fn rofcin and Domestic Hardware, Cutlcrr. 3 un-ami aiicy t.oous. No. 2G. Alain Street Louisville; Kentucky. rpiIE subscrihers are now in receipt of, and are JL daily receiving additions to their Soring Importa tions, embracing one of the largest and best assorted Stocks ever ofiercd in this market. Our stock of Table and Focket Cutlery stands pre eminent in point of variety, and at prices which dely competition in the Last or v 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 styles of Goods, which we guarantee to All upon the most favorable terms. Having extended our acquaintance with the Euro pean and American Manuiacturers, we areenabled to offer purchasers advantages superior to any fonntr year. An examination of our stock is respectfully solic- Lftb. 9?-3nio. Locisvillk Kr., Feby.2lthl818. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! TUST received by JOHN SHANK LIN, corner of ) Locust and Water street, Evansville; lOO Pack ages, consisting in part ol the following articles, viz: , 500 pieces prints of the newest style, 15 bales Brown .hocting, 20 pieces Ked Flannels, 20 " White do 20 u Canton do, 50 " Bed Tick, 25 cases Boots and Shoe, 100 pieces Bleached Shirting?, . 20 pairs Large Blankets, Blue and Oreen Mackinaw do, 15 boxes Hats and Caps, assorted. GO dozen Hosiery, Sattinets, Casimers and Jeans, Buena Vista Cashmere; 1 'aramatta and Coburgh Cloths, California Plaids, Cashmeres, M. de Lains, Alpaccas of every variety. Wool Cloakings, 5 pieces Gro De Rhine Silks, Also, Linen Cambric Hdk'fs, fancy and Black Silk do. A large assortment ol fchawls irom 50 cts. to $3,00. IPT All kinds ot rrouuee taen in excuange. dcc21-'47tf TRUNKS. Leather lTunks o f, "OTJil good quality and low prices; also Car KTtTCTd pt Bags ot every variety lor sale at tu fr- i-i-i--- i Cincinnati Clothiiia Store. nov 4-tf A1JLEK1NG Sc BKUMMEK. CITY lOUGII aiAXUFAfroUY. Main street. Evansville. Indiana. THE subscriber respectfully informs tho Public that he is carrying on . the Plough Manufactu ring business, in Evansville, on Main Street, near the Canal, where he keeps constantly on hand, a su perior article of Sloop, Dimond and improved Di mond. with a cast mould board. He will warrant these Ploughs to bo as good as any to be found in this city, and request those wishing to possees a good article to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. JOrCall and oxatmm for yourselves. ?2ü . J.M.PARV1N r ? r NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. IN THE NEW BRICK STORE NEARLY OPPOSITE THE BANK, (Formerly occupied by Johnson y Crane.) THE subscriber has opened within the last few days, and is constantly receiving directly from New Yrk an extensive and splendid assortment of: Foreign aad Domestic Ery Goods, Hats, Sennets, Soots and Shoes, and Fancv Harrlcarr- Which ha ving been purchased at the late large I'ertmptory Auction Sales, he flatters himself be can sell at much less than the usual ptices lie is determined to exert himself to make his est ablL-hmcnt popular a m """F-' " c -iiyi s wiui uuy requesi uie a neu iiou ox u ut njs stocK, wmcn tie hinks will not fail to give entire satisfaction. NEW SPRING GOODS JUST RECEIVED BY KRGE3SEN & MORGAN, IVO. 23, HIAL fcTHEET, EVAXS VILLE, IID. THE subscribers are now in receipt of a portion of their Spring stoek, consisting of Berages, Sprinff Oress Silks, Sapcrline Lawns, Ginghams and Prints, Linen Handkerchiefs, Tickings", Summer StuK of various qualities, ic, which huve been purchased by the Senior partner of the firm in the Eastern mar kets, for CASH. Hisjong experience andclose buying, will enable us to oiler such inducements as should not be disregarded by G&su Bcyers, we are determined to sell as low, or lower than any house west of th mountains. We will be constantly rtceiving new goods from .). H. MAGHEE & CO., "Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic dry G-oodo. F V A S VI LLE, INDIANA. AfcE now receiving about 800 Cases of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES. EONNETS, HATS, Sec, suited for the Spring and Summer trade, which they ofllr altogether at Wholesale, at remarkably low prices. If you want to buy (Joou c heaper than you can get them anywhe.e else, west of the Mountains, call on us and see for yourselves. We have just received 1000 pieces Fancy Trints; 500 pieces 1 ntaloon Stuff; 100 pieces Lawnsr 100 pieces Ginghams; 500 tloz 1 'aim Hats; 50 doz Fancy Sc Straw Bonnets; 100 cases Shoe. &. Boots; And a targe variety of small articles, to which we invite the attention of the trade. ap 8 ALEXANDEK LAtGlILHV, -rYzT Wholesale audi Ketail wSJJ, Grocery, Iron, Nail, Tin Jfe-i iL r i - - r and Sheet Iron Store. WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. U AVi-just received Irom their Manufactory iu WE beg leave to call the attention of merchants, J--L ftl?1' h J?, pX?.?!?!? Traers. nndFarmtrs enerallv, throughout . fhVVNt' feUMMLR CLOnillsG, the Wabash country, Illinois, and the Southern por- UI wmcn,ae maae ?na uimmed m the best man lion of Kentucky, to our large and very general ner, undc.r their direction expresly for this market. Stock of Groceries, Iron, Nails, Tin Tlate, Copper, Wire, Axes, Cotton Yam and Domestic ManufttC.Benuejwnswalf: tured Articles. V men we otter lor sale at very re-i duced prices for Cash or I'roduce Vj ..r PiitAnm), -ni enable us to be regularly supplied with all articles in1 assimeret, Brown, Green and Gray, and all col our line. Dealers and country merchants need not.0"?4 eed lress Sack and rock Cpata. travel beyond. Evansville for a supply of all articles1 Wack bummer Cloth, Lustre and Croton Cloth they may need, and they would consult their interest .resf "oc an,d back, Brown Linen and Linen by eivin us a call, as we are determined to merit i Meek and Ginsham Coats. Every variety ofCoaU share ot public patronage. The business will be and Koundaboats. conducted by I lrAi l AlAXJiNb. JAMES LAUG HLIN, Jr. p81"1 Blaf.k ln.dpw? Vlarh and Cassimer , ... , r, j ., 'rants. Jrancy rench Cassimere do. Black Lustre. CO" Feathers, Hides, ftllow. beeswax, and all i?,nwn t i.;nn rui 'i.,A n i.,.J kinds ol Produce purchased at the hiyaest market price. ...ujr UMMEU.-A large and full assoruuent of Pine JL Lumber. For sale bv may 4 tf. A. LAUGHLIN, Water si TTIDOW v v Glass, as; Glas. An assortmet of Window assorted sizes. For sale by may 4 tf. A. LAUG11LLN, Water A VALUABLE FA11M for SALE VV-r j. V it s ii uuui va out1, n null. 1 us land lies on both tides of the s a e rood, nnl ran tw en r!l Vlilt-d t Im t It Will tnflkfi two fOOIl ty-one ana one iiau acres, mueiy-M iuiuroeu, ien ji..,M, i mi .1... i I i: 10tS, i 1 1 . r . - . miles irom rvansvine on uie biaie roau leuuiu 10 jniTjj Terre Haute, one half mile from Browning's steam i . ?, " . lurnisinng line win tc sold at Cincinnati prices lor farms. On the East tide ot the road is a new twoAS v pi.. ,wi story frame house, with a store room attached, thir-j w h ,j continue t0 KCciyo frcth gupplies weekly ty-tvvo teet long a frame .moke house and shop a Juri f our Mnnuf; lfn large double log barn sixty-six feet Ion- by twenty- tL - t 4tf A,ILERLNÜ & jJitfJMMER. two wide, with a twelve loot he running tbe whole! r J lenirth. and all other necessiry outbuildings, andi Dlentv ot cood water, one nundreu oi cnoice appie trees, with a variety of peach and other Iruit trees I On the west side ot the road, is a jood irame owtu inz, a frame smoke house, with a large double barn, well t haded, with stables and other out buiWinns,! one hundred bearing apple trees of the bet kind, alsol a vaJicty of peach, plumb and cherry trees, a never iailimr wellot lue best kind of water. The land is in a high state of cultivation, plenty ofgood hickory. white and black oak timber tor all purposes, plenty of sand, freu and lime stone rock, in short everything to make it a desirable location. It is one of the best locations in this part of the Jtate for a store and pub lic house. This farm will be sold on reasonable terms and tiavments made easv. For further infor mation enquire of James T. Walker, of Evansville or t the proprietors on the premises. 1 ossession.niay be had immediately it required JOHN BUKT1S. THOMAS HKNNES3Y Scott township,Vanderburg co. la. apl3 d&wGm! For Sale or Ilcnt. BROWNING'S "STEAM MILL," will two run of French Dura. 10 miles from Evans-! ville, and I of a mile from the state road. Immedi ate possession will be given. - tv-. r . .i . :T I I. . swr or iurmer particulars appiy on tne premises K1CHAKD BROWNING. Scott Township, April 22. up 24- d-cw3m , Window. Wall Paper and Dorderii c. A r ULL supply ol .the latest paterna, in store ami L for sale by üan2'JJ C.BELL TO COUNT11Y MUnCIIANTS- THL Bubsciiber is now opening 100 Packages ot Merchandise, consisi ing of Dry Goods, Boots Sc Shoes. Hats, Caps and Bonnets. Hardware. Glass Ware and C rockery; which he will pell as low as! any iiousc in me -iiy, lor , or i rouuee, sucn as rk, v, eat, torn, oats, riaxseeo, ivnite ueana ccswaxFcathers or Tallow. de21c-tf JOHN SIIANKLIN. IiAND AND TOWN LOTS PUBLIC SALB. AT m t t r i : i -ii 11 ..m: .l I thr,nrtl7r..i, cW fn Evnnsville. on day, June 1st, 184S, the following lots in the 4th en- ; : largement. commonly called lexas, adjoining tlie ity oi l-vansville, viz: Lots 9, 10, 11, and 12, in Block No 6, Lot 21, in Block No 9. Lots 1, 2, 3, and 1, in Block No 10. Lou 5. G. 7. and 8. in Block No 1 1. Also, the following Lots in tho Eastern Enlarge ment ot Lvansvnle, viz: Lot No 15, in Block No 54. ) Lot No 16, in Block No 55 I Lot No 14, in Block No 50. Lot No 4, in Block No 39. Ixt No 7, in Block No. 27. Lot .To 6, in Block No 34. Lot No 16. in Block No 33. Each 30 feet wide by 146 long We have also at private sale a small Farm in the llornbrook neighborhood, between tne two 1 nnceton roads, m a weu settled neighborhood. It contains CO acres 60-100, about 20 acres cleared and in cultiva tion. a cood dwelling house, stable and barn, is cood land and lies well for cultivation, being the cast halt of the north-west quarter of section No 18, lown 5 Range 10, and known as ths 1 nomas Walker Farm. If not eold before, this farm will be sold at the same time and place with the other property. , Terms of sale one-half cat h, remainder at f months, on note with approved security. General warrantee deeds wdl be given.' ' ; , INGLE Iii WHEELER, raay 11 J-w2w. . 1 - Attorneys. Liir mose who are rescuing m town, ana would inspect. oilers at wholesale and retail onoa terms which lap 15 .UOIlItlS S. JOHNSON. this time forward until the 6eason closes. apll Cincinnati Clothingr Store. JVext door to C. Dell, Druggist, i m MAIN ST..E VANS VILLE IAS. JLL AIILEKINC; Ac BIimiMKIt . f very anicie requisite to r. - v v fCl T aillLlC ICUUUlL- LU CUIIIUICLH COATS. Superior Black and Blue French and English Clolk Uress, irock and Sack Coats, full trimmed Pantg 0f ever varietv nnd Drica lo Buit customer VESTÖ. white Marseille, and Marseilles of all colors, and I Bbk Sattn, plain i 1." e:ii. Jt Kinds ol common vests and prices. FUUNISlllNU GOODS. All the late styles of plain rfffy and fancy silk and satin Cra-("yirf vats. Scarfs and stocks: w-hileLf silk and all .olors Pocket Handkerchiefs; Linen and (Linen bowm shirts: Muslin and Fannel do.; Flan 'nel and Net under -hirts and Draws; Shirt Col- ars; rasiiionaoie lieaver. kid. thread and cotton embroidered and plain trum susDenders: .ilk. am and cotton Umbrellas; Silk Hats; Caps; A1, the above aml evcrvthin5 eIge in lho e i- . . 1 . " GROCERIES. ruts ii AitiurALS. JUST received by steamers Alex Scott," Empire, Cincinnati, See : 100 bags Kio CofFee, 10 " Old Gov't Java; 40 bl-.ds New Orleans sugar; 23 brls Purilied dof 12 Loaf and Powdered do; 50 " Plantation Molasses; 20 " and half brls Sugar-House dt 5 tierces Rice; 100 half and qur box Raisins; 1 cask Zante Currants; 75 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 boies 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: 4 bbla Nos 1 nnd 2 do do; 25 " " 2 and 3 do do 5 packages Codfish; 50 " Herring 50 bags Table- Salt; 5 " Pepper; 3 " Spice; ' 40 boxes V irginia Tobacco. 2 balro Cotton; 1000 Gunny Bags; 1500 select Corks: ' 13 bbls Tar and Rosin; 5 Tanner's Oil; Lampblack, Alum, Copperas; . Madder, Indigo, Spanish Brown; Ven. Red, Red Lead, Larthage, Whitingf Sulphur, Roll Brimstone; . Ed. Salts. Salaeratus. Slc.. &.c. Wldcii added to my former stock, and late arrirab wuwuuau unu xiiit-uurg, maKCS my asort- '"tin very general anu weu auo DteU IO the 1 ntormr . i . trade, and are oflercd to merchants and nthem t v.ry small advance for cath. . 1 hankful for Dast favors 1 eolieita nil Kriends and the public, at the corner of Main and Firet tetreeta . fmar251 M. W FtlSTF.tt. Sr Thura-iFUtSI1 Alll ALS OF NEW GOODS ; 14 I.1LI & ItI01IGAVv No. 25, Main Street, Evansville, la. POfl 1IECI euP- American and English Prints: ßKß 50 do Painted Lawns, at from 121 to 25c. 20 do Ginshams: 10 do do Lawns; , 10 do Llack and col'd Dress Silks; 20 doz summer Shawls and Scarfs; a uo lciona OKirts: 20 10 1 10 50 ps. beautiful summer Vestings; do col'd and white Linen Drills; da Linen sheeting 12 qrewide; do Cloth and Cassimere . do Ribbons; do f nrnptinor. 3 10 doz. blk and white Kid Gloves; 10 do superior Bonnets: iu go l lciMc Gloves; 20 do Shawls and Scarfs; 25 do Hosiery, Misees'- Ladys', and Childrens: 10 cases Boots and Shoes; -5 do Hats; . 1 doz. Panama, up article; 2 do Lor horn, do do: And many other articles which we will be happy to show you by calling. The goods have been bought at a great sacrifice in the Eastern markets, and will be sold accordingly low. We respectfully solicit a call, as we are satisfied we can nleaso as to Quality and the pric A be no object. . may.. v. a i i I ( 5 H i Vl .' .-- - -'- . 'L-''-.-. "