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The Daily Jock.xal is published every mo min (Sundays excepted) nt 10 cents ior week, payable to tne Earners, or 85 zo per annum, payable in advance. The Tri-Weekly Jocrxal, or tke country, con taining all the matter of the Daily Journal, id pub Iished on 1 ucsdays, i huriays aud Saturdays, at 81 () per annum in advance. The Weekly Joccxal is published every Thursdav at $2 IX), three copies for $5 00, seven copies for MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 26, 1818. TUE TAYLOR PLATFORM. 'The power given bj the constitution to the Executive, to interpose bis veto, is a high con servative power, which thoulil never be exer cised except in cases of clear violation of tbe constitution, or manifest hafte and waul of consideration bj Congrt ss." "The personal opinions of the individual who may heppen to occupy the Executive chair, ought not to control the action of Congress up on 'juestions of domestic policy, nor ought his objections to be interposed where questions of constitutional power have been settled by the various departments of government,. and ac quiesced in by the people." . . "Upon the subjects of the tariff, the curren cy, the improvement of our great highways, rivers, lakes, and harbors, the will of the peo ple," as expressed tho their representatives in Congress, ought to be respected, and carried out by the Executive. War, at all times, and under all circumstan ces, is a national calamity, to be avoided, if compatible with national honor. "The prin ciplesof our government, as well as its true policy, are opposed to the subjugation of other nations and the dismembermeut of oilier coun tries by conquest, for, in the language of the great Washington, 'why should we quit our own to stand on foreign groand.' Z. TAYLOR. Fbom Yucatan. Intelligence from Yucatan has been received at Charleston that the Indi ana nave violated tne peace treaty as soon as made; and their slaute ring: is continued with renewed barbarity. They are murdering the wnites wherever they can find them. It is thought that nothing but relief from this coun try ran arrest the fearful carnage. Advices have reached New York that the French Government vessels had arrived at Fonce with many refugees from Martinque, who state that the whites nad driven the blacks from the city. On the receipt of this intelli gence the Governor of Porto Rico issued a pro clamation exhorting the slaves to avoid all meetings, and threatened instant death to the se who should be detected in arms. A flairs in Yucatan assumed no better pros pect. Depreitalions and murders were contin ued. The town of Ysanped was taken, and 'hundreds had been murdered. From the Louisville Journal. Philadedpuia, Jun 21,8 P. M. 15 an arrival from Central America, 1 learn that the English have taken possession of the town of San Juan de Nicaragua, and establish ed a fort at the head of Polaca river, where they have stationed a garrison. They have imposed a tarifTand tonnage duties. Accounts from Porto Rico state that the ne groes have risen at Guayama and that tnanj persons were killed. Philadep.ua, June 21, 8 P. M. Tbe brig Columbia has arrived from Martin ique, and brings over many planters who have escaped the terrible revolution of the slaves in that island. The whites have been fearfully massacred, and great barbarities have been prac tised. Some families were shut up in houses .and burned. The revolution commenced at Spierre. The government, instead of calling out the soldiers to quell the revolution, proclaimed the abolition of slavery as directed by the French republic. Under these circumstances, all the whites fled who could. Fearsare entertained that fur ther atrocities will be perpetrated unless assis tance is sent to the inhabitants. Washington, June 19. The Senate was called to order aud proceeded to business. . Mr. Webster presented the memorial of the Chicago convention, which was referred to a select committee. . The bill to amend the naturalization laws was taken up. and passed. It provides that temporary absence from the United States does not violate the rights of those who have declar ed their intentions. y The resolution giving the carrying of the Southern mail to the Richmond Railroad Com-.- pany was debated. """In the House, Mr. BusR was elected Speaker . during the absence of Mr. Winthrop on account 'of sickness. ' Mr. Wentworth presented the memorial of the Chicago convention, the consideration of which was postponed till Wednesday. Mr. Andrew Steward moved a suspension of the rules in order that he might iutroduce a resolution instructing the Committee of Ways and Means to report a bill increasing the duties on luxuries and foreign manufactories, which come in competition with American labor. The yeas and nays were called and the mo tion was lost two-thirds not voting for it. . The Vattemare bill was passed. ' The House meets hereafter at 10, A. M. . Washisctox, June 20. The Senate was called to order. . ' Mr. Fitch presented the credentials of Mr. Fitzgerald, who was then sworn, and took his . ........ ...... seat. The House bill relating to Vattemare's ex changes was received from tbe Library Commit tee and passed. Mr. Dix introduced the House bill to pre vent the importation of adulterated drugs. Mr. Dix offered an amendment, substituting the Senate bill for that of the Houee. rela tive to Vattemare' exchanges of weights and measures, as he regarded it a more per fect bill. The bill as amended was then passed. , The Indian appropriation bill was then tak en up. lne amendment one red previously, allowing the Cherokee Indians to remain in North Carolina, was adopted, and the bill was ordered to be engrossed for a third read ing. The Senate then adjourned. In the House, the Speaker was reported still sick and Mr. Root waschoseu Speaker pro tein. Mr. Houston, of Deleware, offered a reso lution authorizing the clerk to employ Smith's system invention for taking the vote of yeas a id nays. A discussion arose, when, on motion, the resolution was laij on the table. Mr. King introduced a resolution authoriz ing the Library Committee to erect a granite monument to the memory of Mr. Adams, in the Congressional burying grounds. The reso lution was opposed by Messrs. Ilenly and Bowlin, who contended that the monument should be uniform with those already erected there, and of plain white stone. Pending this discussion, Mr. Vinton moved that the House take up the civil diplomatic ap propriation bill, in Committee of the Whole; agreed to. Mr. Lincoln then spoke, remarking that he was in favor of internal improvements. Mr. Whick read a slrong Whig speech. Mr. Hadson then read a slavery speech. Mr. Sawyer asked "Are your sentiments the same as your candidate for the presidency Uen. iajlor. Mr. Hudson replied by reading a portion of Cess's Cleveland speech, and said that Cass was truckling to the slavery interests, and that he preferred General Taylor, who was an honest man, to Gen. Cass, who was a hypo crite. Mr. Ficklin asked "If he who conceals his sentiments was not a hypocrite. Mr. Hilliard here then obtained the floor tbe committee roue, and the house ar jourued. PiTTSBUBO, June 21.9P. M There are four feet water in the channel and rising. The Democrats lave nominated Col. Bla.sk for Congress. Cincinnati, June 21 , 8 P. M. The disposition of the Government loan causes a Detter leeling in monetary aCairs. The proposals for said loan were opened on baturday. Messrs. Corcoran & Riggs, for Ba ring or Uro., Londen, took 814,300,000 and Clark & Co. 81,000,000. ' Corcoran aud RieM bid lor the whole amount. Two millions of the loan was taken on foreign account; an ar rangement was effected by foreign capitalists to take a large amount from Corcorau & Riggs, in pledge, at D per cent. We are authorized and reniirstH In nnnminrfl MICHAEL l JONES as a Cnndiilata for Countv commissioner lor District No. 1. Vandcrbur; County. QCrWe nre authorized to announce JOHN SPIKF.ir as a candidate for a seat in the Lower House of the next Legislature, at the ensuing election. DR. S.S, FITCHE'S CONSUMPTION HEME DIES. 'TMIE subscriber has just received tho agency for ply of his Abdominnl Supporters: mis viir uiiu surrvuiiuiuir ioumrv. huu a uu Shoulder Braces; Inhalein? Tubes: Also hia book of six lectures on the uses of the Lünes causes,.prevention and cure of Pulmonary Conumu ui'ii, uu-cnsi-s 01 tne oeart, ana tne true mode ot pre serving hi.-ath and prolonging life. A LLEN C.l 1 A LLCC K, Drug'st jo 21 Main st, near Water. DISSOLUTION. rpilL partnership heretofore existing between L ilaob Si. Seppcch in the Grocery business was dissolved by mutual consent on the I'Jth inst. The business will hereafter be conducted by Mr Ilaub who U authorized to settle up the bunncs of the farm. june21-3t IIAUB & SE1TECII. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SADDLE. HARNESS. AND TRUNK MANUFACTORY. Main street, Evnnsvillc. Ind. SAMUEL CUPPLES bcp. leave to iniorm his menus and the public generally, tltat he has remov ed his shop to Main street, between First and SSocond, next door to L. Heirs Drug store, where he keeps 1 larire and ccneral assortment of Saddles, Dridlcs. liar ness. Trunks, Carpet Dags, Saddle Bags, Valises, and au einer articles in bis line, which he otiers -t whole sale or retail at the lowest cash prices, lie also keeps cunsianuy on nana a large ana general assortment 01 trimmings 01 all Kinds, such as, Saddle Trees of all kinds, Skirting, Harness and Dridle Leather, 1 log-skin Beating, Pad kkins, Plush of every variety, Brass mounting ol all kinds, Dlack do do do, Dridle Bits of every kind, Dridle Duckies do, Stirrup Irons do, Bu?gy Hiding and Wagon Whips, Together with all other articles in his line. Coun try merchants and farmers would do well to call and examine my stock before purchasing slsewhere. as 1 am determined to sell first rate articles at very low prices. Junol4-dlwiw3mo. " SAMUEL CUPPLES. CITY CLOTING STORE. S. KOIIN, No. 21, Maim street. EcanniUe. Imd.. WILL keep constantly on hand, a large and gen eral assortment of dress, frock and sack Coats suitable for all seasons; Cloth and Cassimere pants, fancy Cassimere, Drown Linen, Linen chccks1 weed and Corduroy Pants of every variety and price to suit customers: plain and fancy Silk alul Velvet Vests, Marseilles of all colors, an J all kinds of com mon Vests; fine and common Cravats and Scarfs; Pocket llandcrchiefs; Linen and Linen bosom Shirts; common do; flannel do and draws: Hats: Caos: Boots; Shoes, &c, See. My friends and the iublic are rcsDCCtfullv invited to give me a call. ' je 22 dy. CLOTH, CASSIMERES & V3riNG CiUPERFlNE black French Cloth. Suprrfine black O French Cassuucrcs, Black, Blue and Dunn cloths of every juality and price. Fancy Carinii res Fancy Vestings. Whith and Colored Alarseilles Vestings, wun a large assortment ol ucnts nam uiact and Fancy Silk Cravat?, and Patent Stocks, superfin Plain and Figured black Silks, and Satins for Vee tings, Gems, supertine, Dlack and White Colored Silk and Kid Cloves, with every desirable article for 1 ' Li 1 T r i 1 1 vicius. cpnng ana summer wenr, icr wnoiesaie and rf tail by ap 15J MORRIS S. JOHNSON. FAItTALOONS STUFT & COATINGS CPENADFV., Crotens, Tweed, superfine Mac, r reuch Drap, ets., Drap de Nienne, Lin en and Union checks and stripes, with all the most uesirao'c styles, tor sale low at wholesale and retail by ap!5 MORRIS S.JOHNSON. PRINTS! PRINTS!! AN endless quantity and variety of Prints of the newest Spring and Summer styles, together with every thine new, in the way of Dress Goods, for saie at wnoiesaie ana retail ty ap 15 MOllRIS S. JOHNSON. FANCY ARTICLES. THE subscriticr has receivdd an assortment of: Seals, Sealing Wax, Note Paper; Bteel Heeds, Kings, labels; Dag Clasps, Needles, Purse Twist; Fancy Beads, Pins Knitting Pins; Kazors, Razor Straps, Shaving; Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes, &c, &.c. Also, leanings, inserting, ura wer tiooüs 01 every variety, lor sale at wholesale anl retail by ap 1j MUKKIS SJOHNSON. PALM HATS, BONNETS, FL OWERS &C AVE1J.Y large stock consisting of every variety of Summer hats, leghorn, palm leal. French broid, Bhans,&c, tur and silk hats ot every uesira ble style bonnots, all the newest styles, with a eiden did assortment of flowers, ribbons and bonnet trim mingsforealeby ap 15J MOiUUSS. JOHNSON. MOURNING GOODS. A FULL and very desirable assortment oi Mour t. ninü dress Ouous. suoerfine Dumhazines. Silk Warp, Alpacas, (some very tine) Alpaca Lustres. iuperhnc black, plain and figured berreees. black uawna xc., now open ami lor snl low by apl3 MOKKKS. JOHNSON GLOVES! GLOVES!! GLOVES!!! LADIES supertine light and dark colored Kid Cloves, supertine Dlack do., superfine White do., suiierhne white and colored Silk do., supertine black net Cloves, and Mits for sale low by lap 15 MÜKK1S S.JOHNSON. REAL Estate for Sale. I now offer for sale some of tho moat desirable Kcal Estate in the city and county, consistins of tho following lots and tracts 01 land. lt no ja upper enlargement and tuts No 162 &. IGo donation enlargement of the city of I. Ejvansviue. Also the late residence of Saunders Ilornbrook. ilec'd. said to be one of tho finest upland Farms in the county, containing 281 acres; also about 500 acres of land in which there are several improvements; this last lot will be sold 111 lots to suit purchasers. Also, 10 shares of Dank stock. For terms apply to P. IIORNrKOOK. je2j-d2ni&.wjm. j Sale of Ileal Estate. BY virtue of an act of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana passed at its last session, I will expose to Public Auction on Saturday, the 15ih day otjul next between tho hours of 10 o'clock A. M., and 6 o'clock P M.. of said day, at tho Court House door in Evansville. One fourth part of Lot No 29. in the Lower Eilanremcnt of the City of Evansvilie Indiana. The property of the heirs u 1 nomas Liewey, late ol v anderburgh Uounty, dec u. The above i Lot is pleasantly situated having a con venient Dwelling Houso and stable upon it. A good Warrantee Deed will be given. Tebjis or Sale Cash. But a delay of three months will be given on I with approved security. JU1IN INOLE Jr. Adm'r. Rob't Nigutinqau, Att'y in fact for heir. jelldvVwlw. f MUTUAL DEINE FIT L.IFE IKSUlCAMCi: COMPANY. THIS institution is distinguished from a others, at home or a broad, Xy all, or most, jf tho fullowinr peculiarities 1. Whure the premiums are over ftW. it rcouirea um y one quarter pari 111 casn, insicau 01 toe whole. 1.. : ....... . . "i. It allows the assured to uav vearlv. ouarterlv. monthly or weekly. 3. No part of the nrofits are. withheLL or divert ed from the assured, either in charity or otherwise. i. 11 nas no loan, either nominal or real, to pay interest f r, having a ex. Hicicnt capital funded, from remiums received. 5. The assured can withdraw his nrofits. or hava them to accumulate, year by year, at nis option. o. 11 assures 10 the age 01 b7, instead ot stopping at CO. 7. It declares the profits vcarlv. instead of once in live or seven years, and issues scrip yearly io the As sured, liearing 6 per cent interest which scrip is re deemed in cash, when the prolits amounted to 200.- (HA), or allowed to accumulate at tho option ot the Assured. 8. It enables n man to uroviJe for bis w!fa and children in such a way, that although he may losoi every thing, they are sale; and all persons, whether married or unmarried, to provide lor Uld Age, Sick ness and Want, as well as for Death. 9. 1 he Assured can surrender the policy at any 1 time alter the first year, and receive its equitable value. 10. At any time after the first year, the Assured can borrow on the scrio issued, two-thirds of its a- mount, so that he has nothing to fear from a chance ol oi S umstanccs, or inability to pay the premium. 11. directors ana umcers are chosen yearly; and the Assured votes according to his interest. 12. The funds are all invested in United States. New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts stocks, and in Keal Estate in New York and New Jersey. wholly unincumbered, and of double tho value laan- ed. 13. It pays no Directors, na Auditors, no Solici tors. It lends money to neither. II. It does not reckon the Assured a year older than he is but ironi six months less to six months more, so as to equalize the estimate between all par ties. 15. The rates are lower, the expenses less, and tho Cronts larger, than with foreign Utlices; investments ere yielding from 6 to 7 per cent abroad onlv 3 oer cent. to say nothing of 33 1-3 percent reserved; nor ot interest arowed to those who lurnish a "putran tee capital," at the rate of i per cent, on evenr hun- dred pounds subscribed, for every ten pounds paid in t 10. instead ot encourajrimr. everv precaution ia . 1 . . . 1 . 1 .1 1 lauen w prevem, a loneiitire Ol tne policy. 17. 1 he liability of the Assured is limited by Law, to tne amount 01 his premium note. ALLEN C HALLOOK, Agent. M. J. Brat, M. D. Medical Examiner. AH persons wishing to make insuranco on their own or on their friends LIVES, will please call up on the agent in this City, Office on Main street near Water, and examine the terms and rates of the Com dany. je ift-iy ÄEH AND CHEAP DIIY GOODS JUST OPENED AT KRUiSEN & MOlMiAN'S Ifirlm tke New Frame Building, on Main StreetG$ pÄTH I"S-fancy Prints; w ps. oinghams l'rints, at only 10 cents per yard: 20 ps UinghaTna, colors warratcd, at 16 c'ts per yard; 100 ps bleached Domestic; 10 cases Hats; 10 do lioots; 10 doz Ladies slippers; 20 ps Irish Linen, from 25 cents to $100 per yard; 50 Derage Scarfs, at only 50 eta each. 23 sup summer Shawls; 20 ps Fancy Linen Drills; Gloves, blkand white Kid, Pie Nie and Cotton; Steel Deeds and Pur?e Trimmings; 50 dox Hosiery, embracing every quality; 3 ps Cnrpeting; 5 Dales Drown Domestic; , I do Drilling; 2 do Osnabergs, . ' And many other articles, which makes out anrt. ment equal to anv thnt rnn h f.iunH in thofltv We most respectfully olirit n rail frnm II whi with to buy goods, either at wholesale or retail, aswefeel conhdent that they will find it to their interest to purcnaseoius. KKUiSEN &. AIOKOAN. . J 6 No. 23, Main etrtet. CITY COUNCIL. ceta every Saturday evening on First et. Ofli cersJamesU. Jones,Mavor; John J.Chandler,Clerk; -Samuel Orr, Treasurer; Vm. Hell. Marshall. Couh cilnen 1st wnrd, Jonn M. Stock well, 2nd ward, Si las StepIießS) Jrd ward, Willard Carpenter; 4th ward, M. W. Foster, 5th ward, Isaac Hutchinson; GUi ward Stephen Childs. SONS CT TEMPERANCE. Temple of IIo.vok, No. 1 Meets every Monday evening at Temperance Hall, Water st. Officers for the present quarter, P. G. O'Keilly, w c t; Osborn Keifly, w v t; James T. Walker, w b; R. B. Hart, w a r; Isaac A. Crane, w r a; John Shanklin, w t; Wm. Holden, w v; John E. Taylor, w p r; Edward DeGarmo, w o; Robert Allen, w 9. Lyman Deccher Dmsiox. No. 25 Meets Tues day evenings at Temperance Hall. Officers Wm. Holden, w 1; Jas, Laughlin, w a; James T. Walker, ft s: A. Warner, A a s; John Henson, r s; Robert Darns, 1-, Joseph Turnock, C; T. Grant, a c; C. Dates, 1 s; Robert Vance, o s. Temple or Hoxoa Division, No. 54 Meets Friday eveninirs atTemperance Hall. OtFicers John Greek, w p; A. C. Hallock, w a; M. W. SatTbrd, R s; W. Carpenter, A us; James D. Walters, re; W. 1 1. Chand ler, t; II. Allen, c. J. V. btinson, xeiJ. Uoyek. 1 s; J. E. Pi itman.o s. Laar. MoRXixa Star Looue. No. 7 Meets Thursday evenings at Hall, corner of Main and First sts. Olli- oer L. L. Lavcock. p g; II. O. Dabcock, N g; W W. Sullivan, v o; II. O. Wheeler, s; O. Ladd. t; R. W. Dunbar, c; W. HunnelL, 1 g; C.Colvin o G. MASONIC. Evaxsville Lodge, U. D. Meets first Saturday evening ol each month, umcers u a roster w n, John C Heberd. s w: James T Walker, i w; P (; O'Keilly, s; N Rowley T; John Shankl in s v. A Far nesworui, J v. Ii. t'airidge, s 3t T. RATES OP POSTAGE. cent Letters For a single letter, not exceeding half an ounce, tavoirdupoise,) sent not exceeding 300 miles, 5 Sent over 300 miles 10 For evety half ounce, and any excess over every halt ounce, the same rates ot postage; and when advertised, two cents on each letter, or four cents, if the advertising cost so much ad ditional. For drop letters, not tobe mailed, each 2 Circulars For any printed circular, handbill. advertisement, unsealed, sent any distance J Newspapers Ot 1'AW square inches, or lest-, sent over JO and not more than 100 miles, er any distance within the state 1 Over 3Uch a distance li NetBMjtapera unless to sultscribers, 3 cents each,pre- jKtul; or not lor warded trom the 1 ost-ollice. J. If BITTKOLri4FS' ItlAMvfUL for Dast liberal imtronane. would resnvcifullv iniorm tho citizens of Evansville and vicinity, thai ho has just received his new and splendid stock of Jewelry, Watches; and Clocks, which he will sell at regular Cincinnati prices, hi: atoCit consists in part ot: v:.. 1 -i 1 1 0:1 t iir.i.i i iimiuuui uiiu oiixcr liCYi'r if aienc?: A splendid assortment newest style ladies Coral lireastpins; Larings, I ingerrings &.C.; l.old tiuard and rob LI Chains: Miniature enses. and Iiockets: Fine Mourning Pins, Dr&celet Clasps; Guard Kevs. Collar liuttons. and Studs: A large selection of Gold Pencils with and without ens; A large lot of Daylcy's without holders: best Gold Tens with and Silver Tables and l ea Spoons; Silver Thimbles; Every description of Steel Trimmings; Steel Deads and Purso bilks; Fine Fans, Accordions; Solar Suspending and Parlor Lamps; Girandoles &c: Every description Silver and common Spectacles r ine pocket Knives ate; D lew Fine French Mantle Clocks: to which he would call the attention of those wish ing to purchase. Ladies are invited to call and cx amine for themselves. J. L. DITTROLFF, ap 13 Main Street between First and Second. PANT "STUFFS "I UST received brown and bleached Linen Drills, I Cotton Cahimers,Cottonadc8,Demin blue Drills, &c, suitable tor men s Summer wear. mar 25. M W FOSTER. COItONEIt'S INQUEST. "T7E the Jurors of the Jury empannelled and sworn IT diliiTeiiuv to ennuire nnJ true rtresentnmnt make, how and in what manner and by whom one James Curry came to his death, report, that from the testimony deduced lefore us, and trom an inspec tion of the body of the said deceased by us, it appears, mat tne said jamos currv came to his death hv a stab indicted in the left breast, is of about the age ol 30 years, is aooui nve leer, nine inches in ncightn.un- married, and has no relatives in this Country to the oesi 01 me Knowieaireana rxiici 01 tne witnesfcscx. amincd before us and we do further report that we found up;n examination of the body of the said James Curry, deceased, the sum of one hundred and twenty dollars in gold. Said deceased had been for some time a hand on board steamboat Gen. Scott, and made Cincinnati his residence when not employed on the liver. In witness whereot we have hereunto pet our hand. and seals ai Evansville this tenth day oi June eigh teen hundred and tortv-cight. li. li. WALKER, Foreman. Signed and sealed by the Juros and Received by me je 14 LEWIS HOWES, Coroner. Stnte of Indinna Ynnderbursh County. Vanderburgh Circuit Court, in vacation Juno 7, ldl3. Uelilan unyett, J F6 Tct. for Divorco. John Onyett AI L now at this time comes the complainant by Ingle and Wlieeler her solicitors, and tiles in tlie othce ol the Clerk of the Vanderburgh Circuit Court her certain petition for Divorce. And it apjiearing from an affidavit this day filed in the Clerk's olüce aforesaid that the said John Onyett is not a resident 01 tne Mate 01 Indiana. Therefore notice is herebv (riven in tho ,;,? T.,l,n f 1 t.. r Onyett, that unless he personally bo and appear here uii ui miuic me i-aiimg 01 mis cause ai tne next term of said court, to be held at the court house in Evans ville, on the fourth Monday in September next, the same will be heard and determined in his absence. je 11 SAM'LT. JENKINS, Cl'k. Administrators Kale. Bi virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Van derburgh County Indiana. I w;ll on Saturday uie um uay 01 juiy next, Detween the hours 01 10 o' clock A. M., and 6 o'clock P.M., ol said day exjwse to sale at Public Auction at the Court House door in the City ot Evansville, Lots Nos. 9, 10, 11 and 12, in Dlock No 2 in the 4th enlargement; adjoining the city of Evansville to pay, the purchase money. The oove lots belon ging to the Estate otrranc Cham. x.-rs deceased. 1 erms op Sale. One half cash and a credit ol 6 mouths will lie giveu on the other hi.lt with approv ed security. JOHN INGLE Adm'r with tho will annexed. jo 14 Sheriffs' Sale. BY virtue ol two writs of Fiereiacias against Te ter Gute, issued out of the office of the Clerk of the Vanderburg Circuit Court, the one in favor ol Jacob Geisler, and the other in favor ol Conrad Siden dale. I will on the 30th day of June, A. D. 131H, at the door ot the Court House in the city of Evansville, between 10 o'clock A.M., and 3 o'clock P.M. ol said day, expose to sale at public auction and outcrv. first, the rents, issues and profits, for the term of sev en years, of the following described real estate in the city ci r.vansvme, 10 wit: uoi io. lu, in uiocK. rno. 31, in the Eastern Enlargement of Mid city, and bounded as follows, commencing on Main street at the South West corner of said lot, thence along Main streit in a Northeasterly direction, one-fouith of the breadth of said lot, thence by a line-runninc at rizht angles with Main street through said lot to the alley thence, South west along the alley to the North west comer of said lot, thence along the line dividing lots No. 10 and 9 Main street to the place oi beginning, and should no Derson offer or bid for said rent. i sues, or profits a sum sufficient to satisfy said execu tion, and chosts,! will at the same time and place pro ceed to sell at public auction and outcry the fee sim ple 01 saia aoove aescnoeu premises to satisfy said writ, and interests and costs due thereon JOHN ECHOLS, S. V. C. jo 7-p $2 f TO CITY AMD COUNTRY MERCHANTS. WHOLESALE DEALERS III FOREIGN AHO DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, COIIXER OF JIAIS AND WATEB STREET. EVANS IM.E, WOULD INVITE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE TO THEIR UKl'SUALLY LARGE STOCK OF Spring and Summer Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, IT7HICH we are daily receiving from the Eastern Markets, MaJtufacturers, &c .Our Stock Las been reat care and atextremcly low rates, under tne mosi iavuru t.cU....., jcial view to the patronage of the Evansville Trade, and as we have adopted the motto is AND SMALLFROF1TS," wehaveno hesitaüoa in pledging ourselves to City and (JAbll with an es of "LA ROE SALES AD LISI! MENT. Country Merchants, Dealers, Traders, &c., who will be Kina ennwe. VniTrril R V (' A INS AS to ..lease you in style, extent, and variety of if, 'fJ, M pOHT : oVR A WILL MAKE IT AN OBJECT WORTHY OF YOUR ATTENTION 10 lil'Y OU1 Ol OLK Lb You are particularly requested on visiting our City to call and obtain prices wiorc purcnas.ng. 55-Call at die "EXPRESS b'IX)RE," corner of Man and Water Street. . ap- Wholesale dealer in dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardware, Cntlery, Leather, &c.f ficc. OH WATER STREET, TECZXUD DOOR. ABOVE XUXAX27 ST11EET EVANSVILLE, IND. DRY GOODS AT WHOLESALE. 1 O Country Merchants. I take this mcthol to inform Merchants vL-iting this City, that I am in 1 - receipt of one of the largest and best assorted stock, of Goods ever brought to this City. Among which I enumerate Ticks, lcnfins, Drills, Stripes, Janes, Plantation stuffs, Osnaburgs, Wickmgs, ÄYad dings, Kallings, Cotton Yarns, Ät-c. My assortment of brown and bleached Cottons is, I believe, the most 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 Walthain Factories, a.od are eecidedly superior to any other goods eithfjirHuniestid, ottered In this market. With assurance that my terms and prices are more favorable to buyers than at any other house jit tins city, Very respectfully, may 16 . . . OLIVER LADD. DOMESTICS! T Dales 4-4 heavy Urown Sheetings, in store and tor pale by my 16' OLIV ER LADD. PIIINTS. "I T Cases of new styles spring Prints; 5do L'lue and Orange, lor sale by may 16. OLIVER LADD. MOSQUITO NETTING. "I Oil Pieces Mosquito Netting, just received and JhmXJ for sale by myl6 OL1 IVERLADD. LADIES SLIPPERS nnd D US KINS. QAM Trs. Ladies slippers and Buskins of sune "VfvF nor quality and style ever before brought to this market, just received and for sale by may 16. OLIVER LADD. KIP nnd THICK DROCANS. "I T Cases of Prime Kip IJrojjans; JLß 5 do do Hoy do; 5 do Thick do. For sale by may!6 OLIVER LADD. WALDR03X SYTIIES, firrk Dozen superior Waldrom Grass Scythes; 3J 10 do do do Corn do; 5 do do do Bryer do; All ot a superior quality for sale by may 16 OLIVER LADD. SYTIIE SNATHS Ar. PITCH FORKS. OA Dozen Lampso.n patent Snath?; 50 do An Ii f!mm,ir do do Common; 10 do For sale by superior t i:cn rorks; may 16 OLIVER LADD FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS AT RETAIL, rCllE subscrilier would most respectaLly inform I the public that his stock for the Retail'Tradc is full and complete, consisting of one of the best as 8ortmentsol tancy and fet.iple Dry Ooods that can be found in Evansville. Please call and examine for yourselves. may 16 OLIVER LADD. COTTON YARN. 1 A Af) A Dozen Hope Factory Cotton Y arns -jv.ww ios. auu, uw ana w, mis uny re ceived er steamer Kosco trom 1 itts"urgh. tor sale by . Imay 171 OLIVER LADD. THE PUnLIC. WHEN I advertise my Kock in our Daily Jour, eal, I am not in the habit of advertising dou ble or tri ble that I have 011 hand, but come to tlie quantity by referring to my invoices of Goods pur chased East, may 16 OLIVER LADD. . JUST RECEINED, Qfk TONS assorted Rod a nd Bar Iron; 100 kegs assorted Juniata Nails; 25 bundles spring Steel; 5 do sheer do; I case extra Catt do; Plow slabs, Boiler and sheet Iron; " . nasps, t lies, ana Door Latches, together with our former stock makes it Which, complete. For sä le low by may 0. A. LAUGHLIN, Water street. SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK MANÜPACTOHY. .,1 . a . liuuiu ti, iocr t t rr t triTT iq ;BB sor to W. M.&-J. i EUwtt will continue the above bu-ine?s at the old stand, .Main street, Lvsnsville. He will always keep on hand a constant supply of Saddles, Bridles, Trunks, ccc. dtc. of the best workmanshiD. which he offers at wholesale or retail at the lowest prices. Also A rrcat varietvlof Trimmintrs used bv 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 ol Saddle Trees, of all 10 nda, Skirtingf Harness a:id Bridle Leather; Hog skin seating; Calfskin ' - do; Plush r do, every variety; Bridle Ditts and Buckles, all kinds; Stirrup Irons, &e., rttc. Ridin?, Busriy and Wasron Whins. Together with all articles in my line, at w holesale and retail. . -' .Persons dealing in the above articles will find it to their advantage to call and examine my stock. All orders promptly attended to at the shortest no ice, may y ly - J. ELLIOTT J T. HUGO, House Carpenter and Joinrr-O . me strest.ncar Mr .Dodges' church. Imy26m - 14. t t Tour pays Late From Europe. rnosPECTS Favorable to All Cash Customers, ALL1S W HOWES. THE HOUSE that sells good fosemall profits and ready pay, have just been receiving several im portant auditions 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 ih at those ascr tionsaro something more than empty boasts. Their stock embraces every thing belonging to tho grocery trade, in proof of which see the columns of our city pnfr- UN EVERY PAGE YOU WILL FIND THEIR ADVERTISEMENTS. ap 21. JUST received from New York 6 Halt Pipes Cognac Brandy; 2 Pipes Holland" Gin; 10 ca?ks Port Wine; 10 casks Madeira; ShhdäRum; lObarketsCharnpaignc; ; 5 bxs Cordials: 100 " Claret; 150 " Sardines; 400 cans OyMers; 23 thousand Tiara f!ifnr. - for salo by ALLI &. HOWEfl JUST received by steamer Glencoe, 75 sides sole Leather; lixB Lenion vriin: 3 Tiercca refined Sugar for family use, for sale by ALLIS&, HOWES, Water st. ap 21 JUST received from New Orleans, ' 20BblsTannersOiI; 50 " Tar; . . . 4 " Varnish; 13 14 Turpentine; 5 Bxs Oranges; 10 Lemons: in store and lor sale by ALUS HOWES. - Water tt SUGAR I SUGAR ! sWMnf ' iriil HHDSNew Orleans Sugar. AvJLF 200 Bags Rio coffee . . 250 Bbls Molasses: in 6Xre and for sale by , ALLIS & HOWES, P24 Waters SUGAR and MOLASES.. lim fit I ar m . iw iinos rvew urieans r-ugar; 250 Bbls do do Molasses; 40 do do do do: 2d Bbls Sugar House Molasses brand: Polkr 25 1 Bbls do do do . -do For sale ly A. LAUGHLIN. do "P 2j Water street. NAILS. KEGS Boston and Juniata Nads, assorted rtJJ sizes; 25 kegs Flooring Brads, assorted; 25 do Assorted spikes. For sale by ap25 A. LAUGHLIN, Water street JUST RECEIVED, , ÄTA KEGS Pure white Lead; 10 bbls Linseed Oil; 5 do Turpentine; . 25 boxes 8-10 Window Glass. . r or saie low by , A. LAUGHLIN. may - Water street. HYDRAULIC CEJIEt7 For2r le by the JtUL our street. J Ctnm'nn ? etnera,l.a2S0Ttmcntof all and n.af Ut Hound and Square. Broa- Axo and Hoe irnthr ;.k -.r00 BIab8 tl and small Rods, to- Vfff "7 ""cd for in the abov wi oaic uy up 25 7 A. LAUGHLIN, Water r BLACKSMITHS TOOLS. A FULL aad cenersl every thing in that line. namlw . aV -vus. liellowa. V Scrww llaw For sale ap 25 by u bou urates . , A. LAUGHLIN, aur street.