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DAILY JOURNAL. The Daily Joumal is published every morning, (Sunday excepted) at 10 cent per week, payable , to the Carrier", or j pw luuuu, payaoie in advance. The Tai-WiiXLV JoCal, or fA country, con tainin all the matter of th Daily Journal, isoub liihed on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at $4 00 per annum in ad ranee. The Wceclt JocasAL is published eyery Thursday at $2 00, three copies for $5 00, seven copies for 911 w, ten copies lor SIj U),in advance. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE!. 18iS. . . THE TAYLOR PLATFORM. . - - i . -; "The power given by the constitution to the Executive, to interpose his veto, is a high con servative power, which should never be exer r.iitri Trpntin cases of clear violation of the nnii!( nt inn rtr man ifest haste and' want of consideration by Congress. ..... " , The personal opinions of the individual who xaay happen to occupy the Executive chair, ought not to control the action of Congress up on questions of domestic policy', nor ought his objections to be interposed where questions of constitutional power have been aetlled by the rarious departments of government, and, ac quiesced in by the peopled '."! ; ; ," ' . "Upon the subjects of the tariff, the curren cy, the improvement of our great highways, riven, 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 ciples of our government, as well as its true policy, are opposed to the subjugation of other nations and the dismemberment of other coun tries by conquest, for, in the language of the great Washington, 'why should jre quit our own to stand on foreign ground. i . Z. TAYLOR. -The Barnburners' Convention! VAN BUREN NOMINATED FOR PRESIDENT Utica, N. Y., June 22. The'convention of Barnburners organized at noon to-day, by callingThos. Farringtou to the chair John VanBuren president. Messrs. King and Sam'l Young were among the deligntes. Great applause was made when their names were called. D.-leg ites from Ohio, Wisconsin. Connecticut, and Massachusetts participated in the rctedings of the conten tion. The chair appointed a committee from each judicial district to report permanent officers for the convention; and prepare an an address and resolutions. - The contention then adjourned till 4 o'clock I M At 4 P. M. the contention reassembled. The committee reported in favor of Samuel Young of Saratoga, for President, (tremen dous applause.) Eight Vice Presidents .were chosen.' . " - ' , ' The President spoke with great enthusiasm; said he, was proud of being a Barnburner, say ing that thunder and lightning were some times barnburners. Speeches were made by Messrs. Smith,Gov. KitTg, Van Büren, and Butler; which were greeted with great enthusiasm. Mr. 'Butler read the letter addressed to Mar tin Van Buren, and his reply thereto. Van Buren declares that be is in favor of free terri tory, end approves the course of the Barnburners , V ; A. .l . r.- . r -- declaring mat ne cannui vine iur ruuet wss ui Tavlnr. The convention then adjourned till-morning:.. It is thought that Van Buren will be nomi nated for Preside ut. Utica, June 23 8 P. M. The convention re-assembled this morn- .ine. - A letter was read from Illinois, numerously signed, which closes thus; We want Martin Vax Bests for a candi date lor President, the slave power broke him down in 18-14, we will break that power down in lS4o. . A motion was made to nominate a president and vice president viva voce. The motion was mended by nominating Martin Van Buren for President; this was received by acclamation. Afterwards H. Dodge was nominated by ac clamation for vice president. There seems to be no doubt but that Martin Van Buren, despite the tatter read by B, F. Butler fiom him, in which he expresses his 3iish to remain in private life, will be induced trj accent the nomination. A large mass meeting was held, which was a a ma a m aaressea .uy Marcus Morton, layior, oi Viti rinnati, and the delegates from Illinois, Indi ana and Wisconsin. The convention has paved resolutions advo cating the. freedom pf the public land to actual settlers at a price barely sufficient to pay the expenses of sunrej s. ' Apian for Ahe organization of the campaign was then rad and adopted. . . . . The convention finally adjourned. -. . - .." Washisctox, June 22. The Senate was called to order, and proceed- ed to business. 1 he hour ol assetLblui" here- The House resolution fixing the day for the final arimnriimpiir. was ennsmereti. - ! Mr. Badger offered an amendment, to reas t semble on the 2nd Monday in November. . Mr. Hannegan .preferred the 3rd Monday in V October. i "MrAtchison adrocated its passage in a few remarks. Mr. Clayton expressed himself in favor the resolutton in an able speech. Mr. Butler opposed any action at present. 4 Mr. Atherton said he was opposed to the res clution. . , Mr. Foote charged that the .Whigs desired t tne aojournmeut -to avaut the ölavery ques i'tioe. - . Mr. Manzum replied thai tliev were ready to (neet any issue. ... I Mr. Miller rharzed General Cass with hav ing taken : both sides of the Wil mot Proviso question. i Mr. Foote defended Cass, and said thai Cass Iiad defeated the: Proviso, and that at one time he bad favored it, but had seen the error of his wars. I. The Senate then adjourned till Friday, with Dot lakinz the Question. - I In the House, after at an exciting debate Mr. Vinton called for the legular order of bu üneas. - - . The Senate bill amending the naturalization ' savb wan nassed. On motion of Mr. Vinton, the House went ma Committee of the W hole on the civil di idomatic appropriation bill, which was debat ,d till theiionrpf adjournment. OGrThe Louisville Journal says: We have been anxious to find a report of the speech of Jefferson Davis, U. S. Senator from Mississip pi at the late dinner in honor of Mr. Critten den tt Washington city. Not finding one we annex the brief report of the correspondent of the Baltimore Patriot. Senator Davis is greatly admired by hi' Loco foe o friends, and his opinion will go far with the moderate and candid portion of that party . He alluded to Gen. Taylor's present politi cal position, which, he said, was a source of some regret to him. He did not wish to see him trammelled by party ties. He then went on to eulogise the army, and, in doing so, he uacea witn a master s hand and with all the fervor of one who feels what he says, the mili tary careerof GeneralTajlor from Fort Harri son to Buena Vista, and so portrayed his sterl ing virtues and ere at worth, as to charm his listening auditors. With burning indignation he alluded to the power behind the old chief wnicn took trom bim his resularsiust before the battle of Buena Vista and left him and his raw volunteers to the mercy of Santa Anna and his well-disciplined mighty hosts! Qvt. Cass a Fed eh a list. The Delaware Journal says: It is no kind of use for the Delaware Gazette or any body else to endeavor to prove, that Gen . Cass in the early part of his life was not a Fed eralistwhy, he was born a Federalist, teas educated a Federalist, and vore a black cock' ade, when such a badge was fashionable. rtow is it not strange that the Locofocos.who pretend to have such a horror of old Federalists should choose one for their candidate for the Presidency? The first political writings of Gen. Cass, which were published, were aimed against Thomas Jefferson, the great farther of true democracy : and yet Gen. Cass is present ed as being the very pattern of true democracy! r uture developments will show that the Loco focos have been cheated in the man and that under the name of democracy they have been deluded to nominate, for the Presidency, an old federalist. Gen. Taylor forms a striking contrast with Gen. Cass: while the former was born a Dem ocrat and still is one, the latter was born a Fed eralist and was proud and ostentatious of what he considered such an honor.- Delaware Jour nal. fTTThe Courier des Etats Unis, miblished at New York, remarking upon Gen. Taj tor's nomination for the Presidency, says: ''It will in all probability, result in giving to the Union a President- of rare modesty and simplicity. of singularly correct judgement, and of tried sincerity, Surely, adds the Courier, the nation ought to be satisfied, for Washingtons do not pnng up every day. ihe manner in which his able French journal has invariably spoken of Gen. Tylor shows the strong' impression which his pure elevatedcharacterhas made upon the mind of an intelligent and disinterested observer. We are authorized and requested to announce MICHAEL r JUNES as a Candidate lor Countv Comruisfcioner for District No. 1. Vanderbureh County. . - JCrWe are authorized to announce JOHN SP1KER as a candidate for a seat in the Lowrr 1 loupe of the next Legislature, at the ensuing election. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SADDLE. HARNESS. AND TRUNK MANUFACTORY. Main street, Evansville, Ind. SAMUEL CLTPLES begs-rTFTTj) leave to inform his friends and FftXTVI ihe public generally, that he has remov I IT I I ed his thop to Main street, between First and Second, next door to U. Uelrs Drug store, where he keeps a arge and general assortment ol rviddles, Undies, Har ness. 1 runss,iurpet U a gs, saddle bugs, Valises, and all tt'ier articles in his line, which he oners .1 whole sale or retail at the lowest cash prices. He also keeps constantly on hand a large and general assortment oi trimmings oi an ainas, sucn as, Saddle I rees ot all kinds, Skirting, Harness and Bridle Leather, Hog-skin seating. Pad skin, Pluah of every variety, Brass mounting of all kinds. Black do do do. Bridle Bits of every kind. Bridle Buckles do. Stirrup Irons do. Buggy, Riding and Wagon Whip, Together with all other articles in his line. Coun try merchants and farmers would do well to call and examine my stock be lore purchasing elsewhere, as I am determined to sell rirst rate articles at very low prices. June ll-41w&.w3mo. SAMUEL,JUri'L.IS. CITY CLOTING STORE. - S. KOIIN, '.' '' JVtf. 24, M'tim street, Evansville, Ind., WILL keep constantly on hand, a large and gen eral assortment of drcse, frock and sack Coats mitalJe for all seasons; Cloth and Cassimere pants. fancy Casimere, Brown Linen, Linen checks,! weed and Corduroy Pants of every variety and price to suit customers: plain and lancy frtlk. and velvet Vests. Marseilles of all colors, and ail kinds of com mon Vests; tine and common Cravats and Scarfs; Pocket Handerchiefs: I jnen and Linen bosom Shirts; common do; Flannel do and draws; Hats; Caps; Boots; bhoes, etc, our. my friends and the public are respectfully invited t ) give me a can. je a ay. a " State of Indiana. Vanderbureh Co.. set. Vanderburgh Circuit Court, September Term, A D I 13. r.i. rrj: u(4iv iuim vi uiuiuia, - r. David E. A. Strong. John II (Jroesbeck, Francis V. Mil ler, Kuth Ann Miller, Eliza K. Miller, Jeremiah K. barn' es. Craw lord ifeli. Willard Carpenter, Joel C. Mills, In Chancery Jonn liarnakle, ueorge A. Miller, Ueorge 11. llabn, Peter Voegle, John Rabbers, Mathias MahlhcHer, Hora-tio.Q.- Wheeler, Vincennes Ruark, John L. Bittrolff, Elias Steiger, and Peter Kro menacher. TVTOW comes the complainant by John J. Chand jj ler, ber solicitor, and files her Bill of Com plaint herein, and it appearinz by the a&idavit of disinterested nd competent wi'wie, filed this the IMhday ot Jone, 1843, that the said defendants. Da vid EA. Strong, John H.Groesbeck. Francis W. Miller, Ruth Ann Miller, Eliza R. Miller, and Jere miah R, Barnes, are not residents of the fctateot In Hiana. Notice is hereby given the said defendants of the pendency of this suit, and that, unless they, the said lavirl 1. a Simnn J.ihn 1 1 imsbeck. Francis W. Miliar. Kuth Ann Miller. Eliza R. Miller. Jeremiah R. Barnes, shall personally bo and apper uetore tn said Vanderburgh Circuit Court, on or before the call ing of this cause at the next term ol said court, and olead to or answer the complainant's Bill d Com plaint, the same will be taken as con Jessed against them, and the matters and things therein contained decreed accordingly. SAMUEL T. JENKINS, Clerk. jelS-pfSl. . By R. JENKINS, Dep't. DISSOLUTION. TMIE partnership heretofore existing between X. II aub & Seppech in the Grocery business was dissolved by mutual consent on the 19th l-.ist. The businen will hereafter be conducted by Mr Haub who is authorized to settle up the business of the firm. jiine21-3t HAUB i SEPPECH CLOTH, CAS3IMERE8 & VEST! NO CJUPEKHNE black French Cloth. Superfine bl.ck French Cassimeres, Black, Blue ana Bunn cloths of every quality and nnce. t ancy Casteimeres, Fancy eatings. Whnh and Colored Marseilles Vestings, with a large assortment ol Uenta f lain Blac and Fancy Silk Cravats, and Patent Stocks, supcrrina Plain and Figured black Silksand Satins for Ves tings. Gents, superhne. Black and White Colored Sila, and Kid Gloves, with every desirable article for Lt uiufrs, w nit tin; ucBirauie anicie lor 3g and summer wear, for wholesale and ap 151 MORRIS S. JOHNSON. uents. fepnn retail by ... PANTALOONS STUFF & COATINGS plOTTENADES, Crotens, Tweeds, superfine black reucn uimp, eis., uno ae lienne. I jn- en and Union checks and stripes, with all the most desirable styles, for sale low at wholesale and retail by aplS MUKKI3 s. JU11?ÖU.. PRINTS! PRINTS!! AN endless quantity and variety of Prints of tbe newest Spring and Summer tttvles. together with every thine new, in the way of Dress Goods, for sale at wholesale and retail by ap 15 MUKKLä S. JOHNSON. FANCY ARTICLES. THE subscriber has receivdd an assortment of: Seals, Sealing Wax, Note Paper; Meel Ueeds, Kings, 1 assets; Bag Clasps, Needles, Purse Twiat; . Faucy Beads, Pins Knitting Pins; Razors, Razor Straps, Shaving;' Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes, &c., &c. Also. Edirinss. Iosertimr. Drawer Goods ot evenr variety, for sale at wholesale and retail by ap 15 MORRIS S.JOHNSON. PALM HATS, BONNETS, FL OWERS &C A V ERY large stock consisting of every variety OL of Summer ham, leghorn, palm leaf, French ,roil. h ana. &... fur and hi lit hat of vprv !aira ble stvle boimdts. all the new Mit atvW. with a. anln did assortment of flowers, ribbons and bonnet trim mings tor sale by lap 15J UUKKlS . JOliiNSU.N. MOURNING GOODS. A FULL and very desirable assortment of Mour ning dress Goods, superfine Bombazines. Silk Warp, Alpacas, (some very fine) Alpaca Lustres. superiine black, plain and figured berrcges, black Lawns &c., now open and for sale low by ap 13 XUUKK1S Ö. GLOVES! GLOVES!! GLOVES!!! LADIES superfine light and dark colored Kid Gloves, superfine Black do., superfine White do., superiine white and colored Silk do., superfine black uet Gloves, and Mita for sale low by lap 15 31UKK1SÖ. JUUiNSU. REAL Estate for Kale I now offer for sale antnit nf th tnnat dmirnhlrt Rpal FlatatA in fhfl city and county, consisting of the following lots and tracts of land. Lot rio 'M upper enlargement and ots No 16J& 166 donation ealarcement of the city of Evansville. A I art itiA liitn rMi.lonro rf Snnnlr Ifornlirook dee'd. said to be one of the finest upland Farms in the county, containing 261 never, also about 500 acres of land in which there areNwveral improvements; thia last lot will b sold in lota to suit purchasers. Also, 10 snares ot liank stock. For terms apply to P. HOItNBROOK. je 22-d2rn&w4fn. Sale of Ileal Estate. BY virtue of an act of the General Assembly of tbe State of Indiana passed at its last session, I will expose to Public Auction on Saturday, the 15th day otJul next between the hours of 10 o'clock V. M. and 6 o'cioci r M..01 said day, at me isoun louse door in Evansville. One fourth part of Lot No 29, in the Lower Eilargemcnt of the City of r.vansviiie Indiana, l lie property oi tne neirc oi Thomas Dewey, late of Vanderburgh County, dee'd. The above i Lot is pleasantly situated having a con venient Dwelling House and stable upon it. A gooa Warrantee Deed will be given. Terms or Sale Cash. but a delay of three months will be given on ft with approved security. JOHN JNGLEJr, Adm'r. Konr NiGimxtniJ:, AU'y In fact for heir. jel4d5tw4w. MUTUAL D E.N E FIT LIFE IK SUlt AN CE COITIPAXl'. THIS institution is distinguished from a others, at home or a broad, by all, or most, jf the following peculiarities 1. Where the premiums are over 50. it reo u ires only one quarter part in cash, instead ot the whole. 2. It allows the assured to pay yearly, quarterly. monthly or weekly. J. rio part ol the profits are withheld, or divert- el from the assured, either in charity or otherwise. 4. It has no loan, either nominal or real, to pav interest for, having a sifiicient capital funded, from premiums received. 5. I he assured can withdraw his profits, or have ihem to accumulate, year by year, at his option. r I. i- i e v. ii U33UC9 to uie aire ui o, insieau oi stopping at GO. 7. It declares the profits yearly, instead of once in five or seven years, and issues scrip yearly io the As- sured, bearing 6 per cent interest which scrip is ra deemed in cah, when the profits amounted to S200,- i00, or allowed to accumulate at the option oi the Assured. 8. It enables a man to provide for his wife and children in such a wav. that although he mnv losa every thing, tbey are sate; and all persons, whether married or unmarried, to provide tor Old Age, sick ness and Want, as well as for Death. 9. The Assured can surrender the nohev at any time after the first year, and receive its equitable value. 10. At any time after the first year, the Assured can borrow on the scrip issued, two-thirds of its a- mount. so that he has nothing to fear from a change of ci 2 umstances. or inability to pay the premium. 11. Directors and OUicers are chosen yearly: and the Assured votes according o his interest. 12. The funds are all invested in United States, Nbw York, New Jersey and Massachusetts stocks, and in Real Estate in New York and New Jersey, wholly an incumbered, and of double the value lean ed. 13. It pays no Directors, no Auditors, no' Solici tors. It lends money to neither. 14. It does not reckon the Assured a rear older than he is but lrom six months less to six months more, so as to equalize the estimate between all par :isi 15. The rates are lower, the expenses less, and the rofits larger, than with Foreign Offices; investments iere vieldine from 6 to 7 per cent. abroad only 3 per cent. to say nothing of 33 1-3 per cent reserved; nor of interest allowed to those who lurnish a "guaran ri i I a r ,1m rat nt S nr ernt. on everv hun dred pounds subscribed, for every ten pounds paid in! 16. instead of encouraging, every precaution is taken to prevent, a lorteiture ot tne policy. 17. The liability of the Assured is limited by Law, to the amount ot his premium note. ALLEN C. HALLOOK, Agent. M. J. Brat, M. D. Medical Examiner. All persons wishincr to make insurance on their own or on their friends LIVES, will please call up on the agent in this City, Othce on Main street near ater, and examine the terms and rates or theuom dany. je 16-ly NEW AND CHEAP DRY GOODS JUST OPENED AT KRtLSEN & MORGAN'S . &Wa the New Frame Budding, on Main SlretLJX OfiTft PS. fancy Prints; WvJVF 60 pa. Ginghams Prints, at only 10 cents . . per yard; 20 ps Ginghams, colon warrated, at 1C Cts per yard; 100 ps bleached Domestic; ' 10 cases Hats; . . 10 do Boots; 10 doz Ladies' slippers; 20 ps Irish Linen, from 25 cents to $1 00 per yard; SO Berage Scarfs, at only 50 cts each. 23 sup summer Shawls; - 20 ps Fancy Linen Drills; Gloves, blkand white Kid, Pie Nie and Cotton; Steel Bcedsfand Purse Trimmings; 50 doz Hosiery, embracing every quality; 3 ps Carpeting; 5 bales Brown Domestic; 1 do Drilling; 2 do Osnabergs, And many other articles, which makes our assort ment equal to any that can be found in the city. We most respectfully solicit a call from all who wsih to buy goods, either at wholesale or retail, as we feel confident that they will rind it to their interest to purchase of us. KtUESKX & MORGAN, je 6 No. 25, Main street. CITY COUNCIL. Meets every Saturday evening on First ft. Ofli cers JamesG. Jones.Mayor, John J.ChandW.Clerk- aomuei urr, i reasurer; vm. ueii, Marenau. cowm- cilntm 1st ward, Jonn M. Stockwell, 2nd ward. Si las Stephens; 3rd ward, V illard Carpenter; 4th ward, M. W. r oster; Dth ward, Isaac Hutchinson; tth ward Stephen Chdds. SONS OF TEMPERANCE. Temple of Hoxor. No. 1 Meets every Monday evening at Temperance Hall, Water st. Oflcersfor the present quarter, P. G. O'Reilly, w c t; Osborn Keilly, w y t; James 1 . Walker, w a; K. 15. 11 art, w a r; Isaac A.Crane, w r a: John fchanklin. wt Wm. Holden, w r; John E. Taylor, w n u; IMward DeGanuo, w o; Kobert Allen, w s. Ltmax Beecher Divisio.v. No. 25 Meets Tuer day evenings at Temperance Hall. Officers Wm. Holden, w r-, Jas, Laughlin, w a: James T. Walker, a s; A. Warner, a a s; John Ilenson, r s; Robert Barns, t; Joseph Turnock, C; T. Grant, A c, C. Bates, I s; Kobert V ance, o s. Temple of Hoxon Dmstox, No. 54 Meets Friday evenings at Temperance Hall. Officers John Greek, wr; A. U. llallock, w a; M. YV. SaHord, a s; W Carpenter, a r s; James D. Walters, fs; W. H. Chand ler, t: R. Allen, c: J. W. Stinson. icJ. Boy ER. l s: J. ti. Hitman, o s. Lo.o.r. Morxino Star Lodue. No. 7 Meets Thursday evenings at Hall, corner of Main and First sts. Om- eer u. L. Laycock. r o: II. U. Babcock. w c; W W . Sullivan, v a; H. Q. Wheeler, s; O. Ladd, r, R W. Dunbar, c; W. liunnell, l g; C. Col vin o o. ' MASONIC. . Evaxsville Lodge. U. D. Meets first Saturday evening of each month. Officers C A Foster w U; JohnC Heberd. s w: James T Walker. J w; PG O'Reilly, s; N Rowley t; John Shankl in s d; A Far neswortn, J p; u i auiuge, s ot t. RATES OF POSTAGE. cmti Letters For a single letter, not exceeding half an ounce, (avoirdupois,) sent not exceeding 300 miles, 5 Sent over 300 miles 10 For every half ounce, and any excess over every hall ounce, the same rates ol 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 3 Newsfafers Ot 1900 square inches, or less, sent over A) and not more than 100 miles, or any distance within the state 1 Over such a distance ......H Xewtpapm unless to subscribers, 3 cents each, pre- paid; or not lorwarded trom tbe 1 ost-otlice. J. L BITTROLFF.0 iCtaä liiAMKtULi tor past liberal pvtronase. would respectfully infotm the citizens of Evansville and vicinity, thai he has iust received his new and splendid stock of Jewelry, Watches; and Clocks, which he will sell at regular Cincinnati prices, his stock consists in part ot: r ine uold and buxer Lever vv atches; A splendid assortment newest style ladies Coral Breastpins; Earings, Fingerrings Sec.; Gold Guard and Fob Chains; Miniature cases, and Lockets; Fine Mourning Pins, Bracelet Clasps; Guard Kevs. Collar Buttons, and Stiuls: A large selection of Gold Pencils with and without . . Pen; . . A large lot oiuayley a best Gold lens with and without holders; Silver Tables and Tea Speons; Silver Thimbles; Every description of Steel Trimmings; Steel Beads and Purse Silks; Fine Fans, Accordions; Solar Suspending and Parlor Lamps; Girandoles &e.: Every description Silver and common Spectacles r ine pocaei tvmves fee; B few Fine French Mantle Clocks: to which he would call the attention of those wish ing to purchase. Ladies are invited to call and ex amine for themselves. J. L. BITTROLFF, ap 15 Main Street between First and Second. PANT STUFFS. UST received brown and bleached Linen Drills, Cotton Carbiniers, Cottonades, Demin blue Drills, .1 &.C., suitable for men's Summer wear. mar 25. M W FOSTER. CORONER'S INQUEST. W E the Jurors of tbe Jury empannelled and sworn diligently to enquire and true presentment make, how and in what manner and by whom one James Curry came to his death, report, that from the testimony deduced betöre us, and trom an inspec tion of the body of the said deceased by us, it appears, that the said James Curry came to his death by a stab inflicted in the left breast, isof tjxut the ape ot 30 years, is about five feet, nine inches in heighth.un married, and has no relatives in this lountry to tne best of the knowledge and belief of the witnesses ex amined before us; and we do further report that we found upon examination of the body of the said James Carry, 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 river. In witness whereot we have hereunto set our hand. and seals ai Evansville this tenth day ot June eih a a a . teen hundred and lorty-eight. U. B. WALKER, Foreman. Signed and sealed by the Juros and Received by me je 14 LEWIS HOWES, Coroner. State of Indiana Vanderburgh County. Vanderburgh Circuit Court, in vacation June 7, 15t9. Delilah Onyett, . 1 VS. Pet for Divorce. John OnyetL - A In V now at this time comes the complainant by lnsle and Wheeler her solicitors, and files in the office ot the Clerk of the Vanderburgh Circuit Court her certain petition lor Divorce. And it appearing ffom an affidavit this day filed in the Clerk's odice aforesaid that the said John Onyett is not a resident of the State-of Indiana. Therefore notice la hereby given to the said John Onyett, that unless he personally be and appear here on or before the calling of this caase at tbe next term of said court, to be held at the court house in Evans Tille, on the fourth Monday in September next, the same will be heard and determined in his absence. je 14 SAM'L T. JENKINS, Cl k. Administrators Sale. BY virtue of an order of the Prebate Court of Van derburgh County Indiana. I will on Saturday the 15th day of July next, between the hours of 10 o' clock A. M., and 6 o'clock P.M., ot said day expose to sale at Public Auction at the Court House door in the City or Evansville, Lots Nos. 9, If , 11 and 12, in Block No 2 in the 4th erlargement; adjoining the city of Evansville to pay, the purchase money. The bove lots belon ging to the Estate of Franc Chambers deceased. Terms or Sale. One half cash and a credit ot 6 months will be eriveu on the other hilt with noDrov- ed security. JOHN LNGLE Adm'r with the will annexed. je 14 . Sheriffs' Sale. T"l V virtue ol two writs cf Fierefacias against Pe I J ter Cute, issued out of theoflice of the Clerk; of the V anderbunr Circuit Court, the one in iavor ot Jacob Geisler, and the other in favor of Conrad iSiden- dale. I will on the 30th day ot June, A. U. 1843, at the door ot the Court House in the city of Evansville, between 10 o'clock A. M., and 3 o'clock P. M. ot said day, expose to sale at public auction and outcry, first, the rents, issues and profits, for the term of sev en years, of the following described real estate in the city cf Evansville, to wit: Lot No. 10,. in Block No. 31, in the Eastern Enlargement of stid city, and bounded as follows, commencing on - Main street at the South West corner of said lot, thence along Main street in af Northeasterly direction, one-fouith of the breadth of said lot, thence by a line running at right angles with Main street through said lot to the alley thence. South west along the alley to the North west corner of said lot, thence along the line dividing lota No. 10 and 9 Main street to the place ol beginning, and should no person offer or bid for said rents, is sues, or profits a sum sufficient to satisfy said execn- tion, and chosts,I will at the same tims and place pro . ii . ii : i . . i r f ceea to sen i puimc auction inu outcry ine lee sim ple of said above described premises to satisfy said writ, and interests and costs due thereon JOHN ECHOLS, S. V. C. je7-?$2f NEWS MY TEL IE (RIß. A IP HII! TO C 1 T Y A ND COUNT RY MERCHANT S. JXJM X4 UM M m . at m a WHOLESALE DEALERS 111 FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, CORNER OF MAIN AND WATER STREET, EVANSV1XEE, IAM WOULD IN1TE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE TO TIIE1R UNUSUALLY LARGE STOCK OF Sprinir and Slimmer Foreign ITnilCII we are daily receiving from the Eastern 1 f lected with great care and at extremely low rates, under tne mosi lavoraoie circunw.a... v hu CASH with an especial vhw to the patronaee of the Evansville Trade, and as we have adopted the motto . nun oi? ij vr. oif 1 1 t pnni'iTvj uo k, nn tin.it tiAn in -nlfidiTinff ourselves to Lity and Country Merchants,. Dealers, Traders, ccc., who .will wfMyiVoS TABLISHMENT. . ..... tty You are particularly roq lested on visiting our tny to can pnu uuum KrCall at the "EXPRESS STORE," corner of Majn and Water Street. , ap . (TOTrjr WKCR mmm h . - Wholesale dealer in dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hatfl, Caps, Hardware, Cutlery, Leather, &c.ruc. OTT STRUCT, Til J HP 230 OR AZ30VZ2 rX&XXT STZUJS? FVaN svillf. ind. DRY GOODS AT TO TAnntn Marrlmnli T tafcaiU. moililti 1 receipt of one of the largest and best assorted stock ot Goods ever brought to this City. Am3n which I enumerate Ticks, Dtmins, Drills, Stripes, Janes, Plantation stuffs, Oenaburgs, Wickinga, Wad dings, Battings, Cotton Yarn, fcc. X I.. ... r t,. . - I 11 I I T l -1 . L . 1 -. . - f -1 .11 1 iiijr uMuiiuiniiui uiuwn uu uicotiicu vAJiions is, i ueiieve, uie most complete west oi tne Aiiegnaay mountains, comprising all the most desirable styles selected from the best manufactories. My bleached Cottons are mostly from the Lowell and Waltham Factories and are eecidedly superior to any other (roods ' either foreign or domestid, olft-red in this market. favorable to buyers than at any other house in this may D03IESTICSI .'... tTfrn Bales 4-4 heavy Brown Sheetings, in store and OU for sale by mylGJ OLIVER LADD. PRINTS. "I fiT Cases of new styles spring Prints; JLl 5 do Blue and Orange, Tor sale by may 16. OLIVER LADD. MOSQUITO N UTTING. Pieces Mosquito Netting, just received and forealeby, fmyl6 OLIVER LADD. 120 LADIES SLIPPERS and BUSKINS. Oflfl Prs. Ladies slippers and Buskins of supe Ovlvr rior quality and atyle ever before brought to this market, just received and for sale by may 16. OLIVER LADD. KIP and THICK B ROC ANS. Cases of Prime Kip Brogans; 5 do do Boys do; 15 5 do Thick d. For sale by mayl6J OLIVER LADD. WALDROM SYTIIES. fifrk Dozen superior Waldrom Grass Scytlies; t3J 10 do do do t3orn do; 5 do do do Ilrver do; AH of a superior quality for sale ty may 16 OLIVER LADD. SYTIIE SNATHS Ac PITCH FORKS. OA Dozen Lampson patcuuSneths; 50 do do do Common; 10 do superior Pitch Forks For sale by (may 16 . OLIVER LADD FAXTOT.AI7D STAPLE DRY GOODS AT RETAIL, THE subscriber would most respectably inform the public that his stock for fie 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 ca II and examine for yourselves. Imayl6 OLIVER LADD. COTTON YARN. "I A Dozen Hope Factory Cotton Yarns XVF.Vf UtF Nos. 500, 600 and 700 thia day re ceived per steamer Rosco from Pittsburgh. For sale by lmayl7 .. OLIVER LADD. THE PUBLIC. WHEN I advertise my atock ikour Daily Jour nal. I am not in the habit of advertiung dou ble or trible that I have on hand, but come to the quantity by referring to my invoice of uooda pur .Ti jt t. i, . niivpp i.Aitri Ul. laiOT IUI vim MtK urn JUST RECEINEI), Ofl TONS assorted Rod and Bar Iron; emt3 100 kecs assorted Juniata N ails; 25 bundles spring Steal; 5 do sneer do; I case extra Cast do; Plow slabs. Boiler and sheet Iron; Rasps, Files, and Door Latches, Which, tocether with our former ttock makes it complete. For sale low by A. L.AL'iiiiL.11, may 9. Water street SADDLE, HARNESS AND- TRUNK EX A ZT UF ACTOR?. ' J. P. ELLIOTT. Sucres tor to IV. M. EUiott. crnTD will continue the above business at the old stand, Main street, Evansville. lie will always keep im hand a constant supply of Saddles, Bridles, Trunks, &c. fee. of the best workmanship, which he otters at wholesale or retail at the lowest prices. Also A great varietyof Trim min gi ued 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; Calfskin do; Plush do, every variety; Bridle Bitts and Buckles, all .kinds; Stirrup. Irons, &.C., &-e. Riding, Buggy and Wagon Whips, Toge'ther with all articles in my line, at wholesale 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, msy 9 ly J. P. ELLIOTT r T. HUGO, House Carpenter and Joiner O J . V ine street.near Rlr .Dodges' thurclu my2-6m 4 waw and Domestic Dry Goods, Markets, Manufacturers,, &c. Our stock has been se- kind enow i? es Ta . J ., .-!-.. v,.. IL MOT. , . j WHOLESALE. i inriwm Mprrhsnti üitinir thia ftit. ttint T ani With assurance that my terms and prices are more ' city. eryrc?pectful'y, OLIVER LADD. Four Days Late From Europe. Favorable to All Cash Customer. -. ALLIS Sc HOWES. ' s THE HOUSE that sells goods for small profits aad 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 ana convince tnemseives tnat those asser tions are something more than erqpty boasts. Thaiv stock embraces every thing belonging to tbe grocery, trade, in proof of which see the columns of ouTeitr papers- ON EVERY PAGE YOU WILL FIND THEIR ADVERTISEMENTS. ap 24. JUST received from New York, . 6 Halt Pines Cognac Bt and y; 2 Pipes Holland Gin; , 10 casks Port Wine; . 10 casks Madeira; , 2 hhds Rum; ; 10 barkete Chrunpaifne; 5 hxs Cordials: 100" Claret; 150" Sardines;' 400 cans Oysters; 25 thousand Tigara Cigars; . for sale by ALLlS Sc HOWES. ap24 Water C. 75 sides sole Leather; ' 25 BxS Lemon Syrup; 3 Tierces refined Sugar lor family use, for sale by ALLL5&HOWE3, ap 21 Water at, , JUST received from New Orleans, . 20BUs?TannersOil; 50 " Tar; 4 " Varnish; 15 Turpentine; 5 Bxs Oranges; 10 " Lemons; in store and for sale by . ALLIS Sl HOWES. Water st . t SUGAR ! 8UGAR ! SUGAR t 1 Ofl HHDS New Orleans Sujrar. jLVIU 200 Bags Rio coffee 250 Bbls Molaasea; .' in atoreandforealeby- - ALLIS &. HOWES, p24 . - . - Waters ! r... SUGAR and 5IOLA8ES. 100 Hhds Ti9w Urleana Bugar; 250 Bbls do - do Molasses; 40 r do do dd do; -25 Bbls' Sugar House Molasses Polka brand;v 5 t BbU do " do do io da. by A. LAUGHLIN, Water street. For sale ap 25 NAILS. 25Q KEGS Boston and Juniata Nails, aasorted 23 kegs Flooring Brads, assorted; , 25 do Aerorted spikes. For sale by A. LAUGHLIN, ap25 Water street ' JUST RECEIVED, v KEGS Pure white Lead; 10 bbls Linseed Oil; ' 50 5 do lurpentine; 25 boxes S-10 Window Glass, For sale low by A. LAUGHLIN, -111117 Water street. HYDRAULIC CEMENT. T A FULL suply of this artich? fresh from the mills, rX: together with the best of Roach Lime. lor sale by the batrel. A. LAUGHLIN. " aP25 Water street. IRON. LARGE snd pencrsl A XX. Common Bar, Flat, Round and Square, Broad and Narrow Band, Axe and Hoe Bar. Plow Bar tow .uouiuaana siaoe, Piail and small Koda. tc- gether with all sizes usually called for in tbe abora line. For sale by A. LAUGHLIN, v P25 .... . Water at. BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS. 1 A FULL and general assortmett of I every 0n in that line, namely : An IT?1"' JHt vcee Screw Plates aai.Jirii a v m aa w For sale by A; LAUGHLIN. P J Water street.