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The Daily Jouk.ial is published every morning, (Sunday excepted) at lOcent per week, payable to the Carrier, or $3 20 per annum, pnyable in advance. The Ti-Weeelt Jour.xal, for ike Count' yt con tainin; all the matter of the Daily Journal, is pub lished en Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday?, at $4 00 per annum in advance. The Weekly JoCRtiL h published every Thursday at $ 2 00, three copied for 5 00, seven copies for $11 DO, ten copie for $13 UO, in advance. SATUItDA Y -MORNING, JUL Y 22. There has never been a party in thiscou ntry that has denied the power of making internal improvement to the Federal Government be. fore tills Polk and Cas party was formed. The following table thows that ' the power has been uniformly exercised by all our ad ministrations. It exhibits the amount ex pended by each on thU branch of the public service. Under Mr. Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, " J. Q. Adams, 649,400 707,621 2,310,475 10,582,882 2,222,544 1,016,500 Jackson, Van Buren, . Tyler, CO"" A correspondent of the Picayune wri ting from Baton Rouge July lOib, says: Our meeting on the 8th inst., composed of the neighbors and friends of Gen. Taylor, drawn together for the purpose of ratifying the nom ination of Gen. Taylor by the people, was ful ly attended and gave universal satisfaction. The proceedings throughout were conducted in the best spirit. There was no abuse of candi dates, uo unguarded expressions, and no ap peal to the passions. ISever before did I at tend a meeting so complete in accomplishing its purpose, so perfectly satisfactory to all en gaged in it. The citizens of East tiatou Rouge and vicinity participating in the meeting feel under obligations to your city for the services of Messrs. Benjamin and 1'eyton. Persuasion from the stump, kindly offered, like the soft answer, turns away wrath and disarms the ego tism of more political partisauship. "We annex a specimen of the abuse which the Old Hunker organs are heaping upon e: Pteside nt Van Bu ren. The extract is from the X. V . True Sun. and its spirit is bitler enough: The mask so successfully worn is at length thrown oT, and he stands boldly forth to the uaiioa oranaeu uy ms uwu inaiuie as iuc u . . .. . . . . I greatest traitor of them alii wnal waa con s.;,ias,i tha .rUma ifu hnlful rarrnQnt un.l ..I. ' i . . I CaiCl II At. KM KA, lUVu. a -J liv V aw a. the concentrated and deliberate plot of a band is as eternal as the perpetuity ofourinstitu tions. In the humiliating confession, we feel 1 Olir cheeks tinde and OUr finsrrs contract Oil the pen.' The .n r.i.l r K.trrl 11a i aw iwov . v. fcrw vj . m I so sustained, has given the lie to all the at tributes of truth, aikl perfidiously betrayed and abaudoned to the enemy, a geuerous and noble constituency. The delusion, however, is pass ed. In the nakedness of his character, be stand forth setf-striooed of every attribute that gave him the tontidence and respect of honorable men, without securing to himself the permanent esteem and retard of his deceit ful and'nitifnl associates. Eventually despised both, his few remaining days will close with the mark of Coin upon bis brow a sad emblem of retributive justice, and a lasting example of the righteous punishment ol an indignant peo ple. The Paris correspondent of the X. Y. Herald gives the following account of French female I twldiers: All the trench women stand ready, at a mo ment's warning, to put on pantaloons and fight in the rauka of the army lor t ranee; and Um re would be no more hesitation on their part than in performing their daily duties. Ask any French woman if she would put on men's ap- twrel, and take her place in the ranks? and she will answer you ves. with an expression, if nothine more, of surprise that anyone could doubt it. I hare no Question that one hundred vj ounitjJiruiUT a w 1 in ihaku.i ia uuui u 1 irienus 1:: uusunir 01 ever jjaiiuii" 1117 nr. um. iav- their Chief whose treachery has no pa rale I in lor three days before I couimenced usinjr Dr. Uphanrs . .... , . V... II...... the history of our country, and whose disgrace Electuary. 1 was entirely speecn ess ana my ou ai n , . 1 . . .rirunniiiir at large wiiiiiu tne city 01 r.TBiiiiie, iiii-I (iiuusauu 1 uiuuieers tuuiu or. nau ai 111c tao ui 1 ineuiuin, to iiivaue cngiaiio, 111 case ui a "'! anu an inumcicncy 01 men lor 1111$ purpose. All the women who go 111 the army now, wear pants and a tout coming down to tlfir knees, a iiattied wilh Iri-rolored ribbon, and their entire dress in uniform with the reeiroeuts to which they belong. 1 have seen treat numbers of them carrying tneir musKe's and swor.ls, and marching in the ranks with as firm a step and EOiaieriueair as auv man in me platoon; and wherever thevare ven, ihey are always finely uresseu in tueir uniionn. rBESiDEjrriAi. Dialogue. who's this-they have put up "I sar, Jake, a'm old Tay- lor?" 'Whr, don't you know; why, Gen. Cu&S to be sure."' ' ,..!. l .t t. , i, -What, him that writ that letter out here last July? "Yaas." "llim that used to wear a black cockade. and writ 'nonytnous letters agtnst JeflTer- son? "The same feller "What! that old Cass that roted for taxin' tea and coffee, swore we should have the hull of Oretrou. and .praised up Lewis Philip?" "la that the same feller; wall he will run. A m ill euess he'd better start now. Old Kough ..jb?.4. !r- 11 nf Oregon, ilean BUU Wuj -BU 6'- - - D- --, - - r up to M IU, ana lei nun atari iu vuiy, Knt ho ran wait till November, and Deal him so easy. YVny.Jake, U li De like ruuniug vw. ".I. ... . - BlOIlC . . .. f F, ' lila iass seih xwuuk.ii anu that's rich, it 19. "He'll be 'lected, he Will. Casa aRin Taylor, wall, the dimmycra a , , P ' v;u can take the socks, uow, any way. -Fuld Xiccc. DENTAL SUKGERY. ni? VAN PELT, o Milwankie, would res- ,-tiullv announce to the citizens ol rjvunsviue that he has taken rooms . . . ... dlwwrvt ho.ie. wliere he will be haopy lo receive ca renu ire h "J?1".. ,"C jy 13. r I .....a.WMifl N. li. pnees moderate HEMORRHOIDS OR PILES, IXTERS4LOS EXTERNAL, rER AXEXTLV CI RED BY Dr. Upturn's Vegetable Electuary. .1 Imfml .?., whir A if J according to ? rrcue, a car jor ujt a guarantied. SYMPTOMS OF THE DISEASE. A common consequence of thia Direction is a kind of tenesmus, or bearingdown sensation, as it is familiarly called; there id also heat, tension and throbbing in the part, varying from a moderate de gree of these sensations to the most excruciating suf fering; these are caused hv the great How of blood to the parts. Sometimes the inner cool of the bowels protrudes at every evacuation, forming what is called Prolapsus, or falling of the bowel; tin is the effect of long continued irritation and weakness of that or gan. In some instances the patient experiences ner vous pains, which are indht-rib-ible, and known on ly to the ufferer, which commence immediately af ter an evacuation, and continue from thirty minutes to several hours; these sensations are very annoying and sometime very distressing. This disease, when of long continuance, is attended by pain and weak ness in the back, irritation ol the kidneys and blad der, and other organs in the vicinity, pain and numb ness in the legs and feet, a sense ot straitlies about the chest, and unnatural fulnes of the abdominal vis-cera, accompanied with palpitation of the heart and oppression. Individuals sometimes experience, previous to an attack of the Piles, symptom deno ting great derangement in the circulation; liiere is a sense ol weight and pressure in the abdomen, with a peculiar feeline of'uiieaines in the bowels, consti pation or perina-uni, attended with pain in the back and loins, nausea, and flight pains in the stomach, pale countenance, confused sensations in the head, weariness, and irritable and discon tented state ot the mind, and a nenseof tulneaiid oppression in the re gion id the Horn ich. The circulatim on the surface is lecitie, ami the current oi rioou determined uiwaru and downward. Cr A II the above diseases and complaints, DU. UPH A.U'S VEGETABLE ELECTUARY c riMfy, and therelore prevents Tiles. HEAD THE TESTIMONY. Hi DdoM, Decerning 11, 1816. Gests 1 have used Dr. Upham's Vegetable File Electuary which I purchased of you, and find it one ol the bel medicine in use for the Piles, and. also f all billious a (lection, arising from an impure sta of the system Yours, Sic , E. A. COLE, Marble Dealer. U.S. Marshall's OrrtcE, ) New York, December 6, ltf!7. i Messrs. Gentlemen : Understanding that you are the general agents lor the sale of Dr. Uphain'a Vege table Electuary, for the cure of files, 1 have deemed it my duty to volunteer a recommendation in behalt of that invaluable medicine 1 have been atllicted for many years with piles, and have tried various remedies, but with no beneficial effects indeed, 1 be gan to consider my case entirely hopeless. Uul about the 1st of September last prevailed upon by a friend to mnkea trial of the above named medicine. 1 look his advice and rejoice to say 1 am not only relieved, but as 1 believe, perfectly cured. I mowt earnestly recommend it l all who may have the misfortune to be atllicted with that anno) in;; and danytruus ills ease. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, EIAMUURE. REMARK ADLE CUlÖToF PILESTHIRTY YEA KS STANDING. Mocvr Wamiinoton, BlrksIUReCo , ) Massachusetts. Nov. TJ. 1647. ) Mesrs. Ketchim At He.nsiuw Gents Forthir- ,y ycarj, ,uve alii;cttH wjlrl pile, gereral de- diiicv anu iniiaminaiuin, cautuiK iuhhti anu ituiap- . i i. i-li. r : . I .ii.i - I uoi uu uowti. anu wiuta uau reisiru oinnouivu ieal treatment Dr. Chapman and others coulJ gre, The lat three yearn ol that I inn my sufivrings defy lescription. 1 was conti ned to bed, unable to help myscii, anu at last given ap ty my 101111 u !. i.i . . ... 1 k ... I I - . . : . . I .11.. arm ... I use of Dr. Uuhanr Electuary, though an old max. ,aTe the measure of statimi the rAcr to the public that mv health is now eood. aixl hotie to live many Ivcars. it it i Gotl's will, to make known the virtue 01 ur. upnam s riectuary, anu to recommenu it 10 . t m -T . 1 1.. my amictetl lei low creatures. It helped me tieonu all exDectaiion of all that knew inv case, and 1 can onlv av to others thit it is iu mv oDiuion. the best medicine in the world for Piles, or any other disease of the bowcN: and it ihev will use it according to lie direction. 1 will niyt-elf warrant cure in every case. Yours, with the utmost extension ot trianniuines. CORNELIUS SPUR B EoaivoxT. lrk Co.. Mas.. Nov. 29. 1347. The aNive certificate tells a sinude and truthful story of suÜcrintf and relief, of which, a physician and witness in the case, 1 cheerfully endorse. UK. CII At .u AM. Notice. The cenuine Upham's Electuary has hi written signature, thus (83rA. Uoham. M. 1.) The hand is alone done with a Den. rrice il a box. Sarcoid wholesale and retail ty Ivb.lCUUMx II ENS1I AW. 1-21 Fulton stre t. N . Y.. and by Druir- viM generally throughout the United State and Canada A. C. II ALLOCK, Ag't for Evanaville la DISSOLUTION. NOTICE is hereby given that the copartnership heretofore existing between John If. Birth and Amasa W'ood worth i disolved,by said oodwortli breaking his contract. Those indebtetl to the firm will therefore prepare to settle only with the under- sisitied. jy!2 juu. 11. ihk i 1 o,. LOOK OUT! Monday, the 17th int , I a ik at 11 ' .""""'fnce - - tl . . rL. : '.""n" '?? r arge city 1 , f,,rtu..r notice. Bv order of ihn Council. jy -y WILLIAM HELL, Marshall. MOURNING GOODS. A FULL and very desirable assortment ol .Iour l nimr dress Good, superfine Uombazinos, Silk I. A nnra. (iome very tine) Alines L.utre. INDIA 31 ATTINGS. -f f riECES India Straw ."tattinff; LJ Jut recvtvetl and for sale low by my C J. II. MAG1IEE&.CO. MOKi: NEW SHOES. THE subscriber is nowoH tung. at the City Shoe Store, a splendid atvorlmciit ot Ladies', Alis, and Children's ShK-s, tientleineii' l.atters, &c, purchased of the Manufacturers in Cincinnati, vthu 8U' unusually low. Please call and e; amine the coodsand price, at No. ainst. rJj. v w R UAKER which ex- CASH FOR WHEAT! WE are prepared to receive at the Immnsco Steam Flour Mills. Wheat. Flour Darrel. Stare and Hendln;, Wood, A.c., nt thehiuh est market prices. jeVTdvV wliu S. ti. CLlr ti'Uli vV W NEW AKK1YAI. ru.t nreived at the ci'viho store on Mini street I miluli.1 l.t itl I.n.ll.. H11. It.it.in M'alkin iioe: I nU .Mi. ami Child's Lacel lloots, nnd Gents Gai- ter, c. All the lowest t iruvs ;;m ii.itie JY V . K. UA Kbit, Main 1 street. AUGUST KLECTION, 1S48. state of Indiana. Yanderbnrsh County : I .. .... ... . .-".i I 1. 1 omi"el 1. je.xki.-ss, ciem 01 me anoerourgn I M llUII "It I.. V V V I til 1 .I.V.. M. ' I i.M. ..!- Iu.1.1 Lip sü'uI i-fiiiniv il Vanilerburcrh, on the tirt Monday in August uext, the ftdlowing vi ral olfiot rs are to lc choM-n. to wit: one Kepre' entative in the l .eneral fi1?? Indiana,; .me ni, , ft"Ä" iiev ona Coroner, and one county CommissHiiet f liTtMslv s. T. Jenkins, clerk I July 7 o tne tmufiimii viuuiivuun TiPAL Estate for Sale. I now offer for sale ri tome of the most desirable Real hsla.e in the city and county, consisting ol the tollowing lots and tracts hd. Lt lots lo iscc idouohhhom.-.j,- L'.,.n..;il i.. i.tA a;,Ln of Saunders tlornbrook. dee'd, said to 1 one of tlie finest upland r amis in the v m ff Ä a. ... ft Sw. at a aaasj aV I liällVJ Ail . last lot will be sold in lots lo suit purchasers. Also, 10 shares of Bank stock. tmrvRrooK For terms applyto P. IIOUMiUOOK. cioities were iiii&ue. Dili uii lei i ivu icinc( nu - W arn. Aioaca, iome very ime; .wnüKew lork.arxlhv linnkernon ac utxTtine black, plain and tigured bcrreges, black Cllicai 111. E wards Sc Francis. St. Louis, Mo, Lawns &c, now optn and for sale low by I by Drur;its penerallv throu2hout the United ap U .ihmiiu.3.o.wi.'"... I Korsaleh J. JL. BITTIIOLFF.3 tii.YAivruii ior past noerai pstronage, r w a ati'niii r & li i would resDectfullv in lot in the citizen of Evanaville 1 and vicinity, thai he has juet received his new and splendid atock of Jewllry, v atches; and Clocks, which he will sell at regular Cincinnati prices, his stock consist in port ol: Fine Gold and Silxer Lever Watches: Asulendid aseorunent newest style ladies Coral Dreastpuis; Earings, Fingerrings Sec; (iold Ciuard and Fob Chains; Miniature cases, and Lockets; Fine Mourning Pins, Bracelet Clasps; Guard Kevs. Collar Buttons, and Studs: A large election of Gold Pencil with and without A larcelotof Bnyley'a best Gold Pens with and vt ithoul holder-; Silver Tables and Tea Spoons; Silver Thimbles; Every description of Steel Trimmings; Steel Deads and i'urae Silks; Fine Fans, Accordion; Solar Suspending and 1'arlor Lamps; Girandoles tc.; Every description Silver and common Spectacles t me pocket Knive iVc; II lew 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 lor themselves. J. L 1UTTK0LFF. ap 15 Alain Street between First and Second. WHISKEY. QfT Dbls Kussellville Whifkey, OU 50 bbls Cincinnati do 'JO " New Harmony do. In store and for sale low for cah by my 10 liEMENT & VIELE SEW AND CHEAP DIIY GOODS JUST OPENED AT KRCESEN & MORGAN'S JOrn tie New Frawte Billing, on Main StrertQ QüTfa PS. fancy Prints-,' GO ps. Ginehums Trints, at only 10 cents Pryaru; 20 ps Ginghams, colors warrated, at 16 c'ts per yam; 10O p bleached Domestic; I locates liats; 10 do Boots; lodox Indies' slippers; xopsirisn uincu, iroui j cents to 91 w per yard; 50 Derate hearts, at only 50 cts each. I z sup summer riuiwis; I .20 ps t ancy Linen DTills; I U loves, WKaiiU wnite Itio, 11c ic anu Cotton; Steel Beetls and Purse Trimmings; SO doz Hosiery, embracing every quality; 3 ns Carpeting; 5 bales Brown Domestic; 1 da Drilling; 'Z do thnaterir. And tinny other articles, which makes our assort rniit eiiual to any that can be I01111O ui lite city. I v emt re-peciMiiy koucii a can inmi ail who wein . . 1 1 ! . . II i f I 10 buy gl aal s, either at wliohsale or retail, as we feel con Iii! nt that tiwy wilt lin.t it to their interest to purtlKweot us. KRlESEN i. MORGAN, je 6 No. 25 Main street. CITY CL.OTI.Nt J STOKE. tf. K0I1N, No. 21, JItii slrrrt, Kcantciür, ., TT71LL keep constantly on hand, a larsre and een f T eral ass4rtmentoi'drpis. I'rtKk and sack Coats suitable for all seasons; Cloth and Caimere nnt. nml (,rHurov lant nfeverv varifiv mi. I nriw i. uuU cuniicrt: plain and fancy ilk ahd elvet . ' - r . . r t -.::. vests, m arsenic 01 all colors, ami an Kind 01 com r ' t f i mon Vests; line and common Cravats and Scarfs; ocket Handcrchieis; Ijnen and Linen bosom Shirts; common do; flannel do ana draws; lists: iaps; Hoots; Mioes, A.c., vVc. My friends and the public are resjiectfully invited I to give me a call je 22 dy. KOI'E STUIll JUST received per steamer Palestine 10 boxes Cincinnati No 1 Soap, 10 do Summer Mould Candles, 10 do (G. Fox's) Starch, 100 lbs S.F.Indigo, 12 gross Blacking, 10 . kegs pure White Lead, 30 reams Wrapping paper, 10 gross Itonnet Uoard, For sale low by jy 13 G. VENN EM AN, &. CO. 11 rt 0! 1 caM v 1 i ii iwl M 1 i A SOVEREIGN remedy for Ague and t ever. This great Remedy: to which the public atten tion is particularly called, has len extensively used in the western and south western states as a speedy .1. Ana ttm aviiA anil Ksvot" dumb ague. in ;:. iwV Thiiiitmnnlnl anil rnmnletesucces attending it list?; and so well proven have become its wide spread virtiriea over everv form of ame in the west that the 'Febrifuge' is now upereeding every other otlisred re medial agent, and looked upon a the oniy one tuai can I relied upon in all atage of the disease. flOrForsaloby Hoadley, Vhelps Sl Co. wholesale and States, r I. iv WM. M. UULBbl . azem lor t.T- ansvüle. IntL Winina !t Deusouchet. M t. v ernon. N Nettleton, New Harmony. W.J. Whiting, C'yntliiana. jy 12-fim. r (-irl t riTinn n Q TIackenzie's Compound Liver Pills These Truly Celebrated 1'U If, TVTOW properly esteemed in all neighborhoods 1 1 where thev have heen used, will nave tne most ..lnt.ru nn t linul Liver, and will most otwtn.iiir mim ihp miiniiirt. ami ai-io inoroutriiiT re- . 11 .1 1 I move the headache trom thore who are thus anecteo. m.-- ",.., I hey act specihcally on the L.iver ana isrere, re move all conietive action, aod morbid secretions, nurifvin? the blood, causimr a free and healthy dis charge ol bile, strengthnin the system, and assisting disrestion. . C. S. Mackenzie &. Co., Cleveland Ohio, Topne For snlehv WM. M. WOOLS EY, Evansville, and other agents throushout the country. .... - . . . ... vv iriings ot ueuwucnet, .111. ernon. N. G. Nettleton, New Harmony. W.J. Whiting, Cynthiana. jy 12-6rr. ICK! ICEI! JNSTANTLY hept for retailing at the store ol C may 2rt ALLlJ & HOWES. Window, Wall Paper aud Horderii ;. ...a 4" . 1 a h FULL supply ot the latest pa terns, in store ana r ttvl 1 . lor sale ty ijan zvj tian 291 C. BELL A CARD. rrHF. uhacnlier is settlini his business ana re- m m m m S I quest those indebted to him to call and settle immediately, uy complying mryniiiwiiiqwHium an important lavor. je 30 4w u- - i'- LAND Foil SALE. JJLSIBm 4 a- SaV -mr mmimw ' . m . . 1. ! a. 1. fkO .Aur.ir:.r 'U' 7 Th n.7 west: Sa d l fimd well lncat.il and the title indisputable. For terms I IIST OF LtTTTlIltS, EMAlNlNCt uncalled tir in the Post Office a. R Lvansville Indiana, on the first day of July 14 Austen, Mary Van, Mia McBrain, uh Andreaz, III) " McCalieter, rvt Anderson, John Mc.Murren William Afher, K C A mon, Susan Mrs Mc Dowel, Geo May nor, Jane S M a uder, Joseph Morris, James Miller, Peter V Mos, D, Sr Miller, Andrew McKee, Adam McUrath, Jeremiah McCue, C Mc.Milliii, John S Millar, Michael Miller, A A,Capt McCormick, James C Meloon, Maryau Mercer, John Nichols, Reuben Newman, Jnmes Newell, William 2 Newcom, Jacob J Noi, Fred or Jacob Uharo. E, Miss Pritchett, Ö 2 rxl,0, &. Smith Pattern, John Putnam, Edwin C Palmer, Jese J'erry, Milan Ross, A C Ruark, Erastus 3 Roltertson, Geo W Hi?ley, Ebenezrr KevU. Mark Randlett, Sani'I L Rogers, S C Strd, John A Serkle. Amanda U Stephens, Helen M Sit Lie, Andrew Stock well, John I) Sargent, Lemuel II SpiHman, Rjchnrd Sauer, George Spencer, Joseph C Stanley, Thomas Seav. Kachel B Aikeu, David, Jr Dlinn, Lorenzo Harwick, J S Dreed, Rufus Deal, Joseph Beal; John, Jr. firiant, r leninion D.xn, rtiilüp urown, Jeuy Lhzabetu Birth, John It Butler, Theodore Bolle, Charles E Baker, Thomas Dennett, Ivy Harnett, Joseph C Brown, James Black, Wilkinson Brown, Win Burexs, Julia Ann Bowman, Thomas Jr Burbritlire, Elijah U Cnmilell. Jona Carumern, Charles Craii, Mary Claycoiiib, John Q Collins, Alexander II Carlile, Sami Clark, Wilson Carr. Randal Ü CHnral, Franklin Cole, Lydia Ann Ca rot her, Tlioma V Carothcr, Thomas Clark, James F Craig, John Cole, Peter Cols. James Carney, Patrick Cohrty, Joscpu Coats. John Cushailler, Victory Clark, Samuel Carter, James Q Daub, Mnal Dawson, Uobt Stansburg, Jackson Downey, Caroline, Miss Struck, Henry Deular, r rcnarD, Daman, Volney P Shifts, Wm marmann, U Stsinbrook, Peter Stelle, James Shanner, Charles T Shanner, John A Skeel, Thomas Redd Temple, William C Thompson, Kendall Thompson, William Taylor, Milton Theusden, William Thorn pMon, George Vinin, Cireen Williamson, Samuel Watson, Mary Williams William Wooltolk, E Williams, Jamet D Waldo, O 8 Wilmoth, Susan Miss Woods, John Watson, Georpe Williamson, Edward Weluliiie, James W Woriuin. Joseph 2 Davies.John Oaman, Volney Davis E Dousman, George iDuahe, Wiu Uaer, D Rev 2 Eastmen, M J 4 E&zlefton, Eliab Etta, Hetirv Eastman, MahlonJ taton, Allen 11 Fenimore, Theodore or brother Frank. John P I Ko I"1 - öfter, Morrion Kerrell. lluih tialnsiiie. John Chrvin, Marvin I), Col Gardiner, James L (J raven, Charte r. Graham, John A Graham, Christopher C (ireen. John U Gahart & tiurkhaz Whehstone, Elizabeth Henson, Parthena, Miss William, Henry Harrison, Eliza Ann Wood, Itachat I, Miss Hopple it I lean Voan. John W'anl, John. Germnn letters. SAsteller, C Anstinjjer Fr licrnhard, A liuskon Anton Hurst, lieiiiaimn Hill, Wm yiyinhottom, Joseph Hall, Wm U Hohlen, James Holderly, Victor Hazen, Dyer li Jebler, Ixuis Dieter, M Deusner, D Fobz, Joseph Humcl Lli llibner.D 2 Hibner, Diotrick Uuerzleman, Peter ltotfinan. Phillip lledtlerich, W Jourdan Jaewb Knizer, Henry Knier, Jacob Koch, l'hillip Kessler. Erhard Kost, Jacob Kuhn, JnoG Kemuer. F arper. Jot-1 oward, Nancy, Mrs eiks, David urt, Elizab th 1), Mrs yanshaw, 11 li all, J no Higgiubottom, Can ad y Jeunt-r, Adam Jo v ner, Nancy, Jones, Sander Jenner, 1 horn a r Ingram, Gerom It Jones, Anglin, Miss Jones. Aquilla Kinilv. James Kirkwood, Robert 2 Karr, V 111 Langbein, W G Kramer Valentine JohnLunkenheimer, F Kavehaugh, Michael Lukey. CF Kelly, Sani'I Lang, Moriz l?chner, E Morri Morloch, ChrUtain 2Rheinlander,G Schnnetier. tJ Scheiner. John Seik, E Schmidt, John Knox, 1 homas Kcllorg, Ie vor a Kopps, Nicoious Laihrop, (Jeo A, M D Langford, Anna, Mrs Lvons, Amelia Lyons, Clarissa, Mrs. Lalerty, Ann, Mrs Lafcrty, John Seker. John Logan, Charles Slaneirin. M Longbotlieu At Co. MessrsSchelhorn, G N . . . . n j? r Livingston, Iaac li Soulier. G V l?mme, 1 iter Ijecroix, M D Schrieber, M Sosser, S G Shank, John Stord, John Tehman F Theneskatif, F Vollmer, John Walter. Jacob Macke, II II McDowel, William Mayheld, Jese McCarty, William McFarlaod, William McCoy, John Maxwell. Samuel Wittman, IVer Persons calling for any of the above letters will say they are adctrUted. D. F. DLTUY, P. M. Tost Office, Evaneville, la jy 6 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SADDLE. HARNESS, AND TRUNK MANUFACTORY Main street, EvansvIIle, Ind. leave toinform his friends and JHlsV Iim 1..1I.Ü- irenerallv. that lie has remov-8" 1 1 ed his sh.in to Main street, between First and Second, next door to C. Ueli's Druyt store, where lie keens a large and general aortuieiil of Saddle, liridles, flar- I ness,TrunRs, Carpet Hags, Saddle Uags, Valises, and :d t ier articles in his line, which he oilers A whole sale or retail at thelowetrt cash prices. He also keeps constantly on hand a large and jrvneral assortment r . r i.:.. l ....I. .u 01 irimminz u tu iuius, rw.u or, Saddle 1 rees ot al! kinds. Skirting, Harness and llridle Leather, Pluh ot everv variety. Ih-ass mounting of all kinds, HIack do do do, llridle Pits of every kind, Drille l'uckles uo. Stirrup Irons do, Busrsrv. Ridinz and Wauon Whip., Together with all other article in hi line. Coun- I I . I 1 ... I I .1 . .....I I ... .... II BnJ irv niercnants anu lariner wuuui uu " eti iwimi auu . , .. , ... , 1 i examine my stocn oe.ore purcnasin eisew nere. as 1 am determined to sell first rate articles at very low prices. June 14-uiWiXWJino SAMUF.LCUPPLES. SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK MANUFACTORY. j. r. eluott, SM,, crnj) sor to W. M. & J. P. Elliott,) P will continue the above business at the l l I I old stand. Main street, Kvanvtlle. lle wilt 'wy teep on hand a constant supply 01 sauuies, unaies, Tmntii.ic.tc.ol' the best workmanship, which he offer at wholesale or retail at the lowest price. Also A great variety ot l rimmings uhxi oy lau diere, Harness-makers, and Trunk Manutacturtrs. In addition to my tormer sioca. 01 iiiaieriai j have just received a very large aud general assort ment of Saddle Trees, ot all kind. Skirting, Harness and Uridle Leather; Hog skin seating; Cafi skin do; Flush do, every variety Bridle Bitts and Buckles, all kinds; Stirrup Irons, &c. Ui.linir. llnvrov and WlSOO V lllDS. Together with alfartalea in my line,' at wholesale I . . flfiriil TOT 1 1 wiufiadu to their advantage to ca I and examine my stock. All orders promptly a ttended lo at the shortest no ce imay y ly J. P. ELLIOTT TO CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOREIGN AMD D0MESTI8 DRY GOODS, COItXEUOF MAIN AND WATE It STKEET, EVA N S VI LLC I A DLD INVITE ATTENTION OF THETRADE TO THEIR UNUSUALLY LARGE STOCK Ol WOULD lected with creat P.ASII with an especial view to rut a itn.v : s AI.F1S AND SMALL Spring and Summer Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, WHICH we aredaily receiving irom ine eastern 4iarKci,.Mauuat.iureiB, - 7 1 ..1 mm rwl .tovtronilv hiw rnt.. under the tnoüt fnvoraMe circumstances, (with the 1 w iet:ieu wmi Country Merchants, Dealers, Traders, &c., win. will be kind enottuh to ca ' 7 .7 XgaiS I ;n at v I a ovtPiw. and vnrietv of Gomls. but alolO tfcrrER 1 OU SI UI ÜAIitjAlJAö III. Ul - ' . wiLirAKE lYÄS ÖWIXT WORTHY OF T IU TsJIlXH.-NT Jrr You are nö'ticularly reouested on visiting our Hat the ' tiArnrN) oit'nc, wurew Wholesale dealer in dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardware, Cutlery, Leather, Sec, Sec. OU WATEH STXLXZIT, THIHD DOOR ABOVE TJ1AIIJ 222UXCT EVAN SV1LLE,IND. DRY' GOODS AT WHOLESALE. TO Conntry Merchants. I take this methol to inform Merchants veiling this City, that I min receipt of one of the largtst and best assorted stock ot Goods ever brought to this City. Among which I enumerate Tick, Dentins, Drills, Stripes, Janes, Plantation stuff, Gsnaburs, Wickings, Wad dings, Uatting, Cotton Yarn, tx. My assortment of brown and bleached Cottons is, I believe, the mot complete west of the Alleghany mountains, comprising all the moM det-irable styles selected from the liest manufactories. My bleached Cottons are mostly from the Lowell and Waldmin Factories, and are eecidedly superior to any other good either foreign or dometid, otl't red in this market With assurance that my terms and prices are mora favorable to buyers than at any other house in this city. Very respectfully, may DOMESTICS! ?f Dales 4-4 heavy Ikown Slnseting, in store and OU. for sale by Imyl6J UL1VERLADD. Pit I NTH. " 5 Cases of new styles spring Prints; J-tß 5 do lilue and Orange, tor sale by may 16. OLIVER LA DD. MOSQUITO NITTTING. "I ()A Pieces Mowmito Netting, just received and XU forsaleby tnyl6 OLIVER LAD1). LADIES SLIPPERS and BUSKINS. OiW t'rs. Ijadies slipiiers and buskins of supe Ovfvf rior quality and stylo ever before brought to this market, just received and for sale by may 16. OLIVER LA DD. KU aud THICK BROGA NS. Iff Cases of Prime Kip llropans; W 5 do do Uoys do; 5 do Thick do, Forsaleby mayl6 OLIVER LADD. WALD ROM STIIES. Doirn superior Waldrom (!rn Scythf OVF 10 do do do Corn do; ips; 5 do do do Dryer do; Allot a superior quality for tale by may 16 OLIVER LADD. SYTIIE 8NATIIS & PITCH FORKS. Ork Dozen Lainpson patent Snatlis; ÄU 50 do do do Common; 10 do superior Pitch Forks; Forsaleby may 16 OLIVER LADD AHD STAPLE DRY GOODS AT RETAIL, rplIE subscriber would most resjectably inform I the public that his stock for the Retail Trade is full and complete, consisting of one of the best as sortment of Fancy and Staple Dry Cood that can be found in Evansville. Please call and examine for yourselves. Imay 16 OLIVER LAD. COTTON YARN. 1 A AAA Dozen Hope Factory Cotton Yarns lVF,VlU vf No. 500. tiOO and 700, this day re ceived tHT steamer Rosco from Pittsburgh. For sale by Imay 17J OLlVtlt LADD. JUST RECEIVED, Of! TONS assorted Hod and li ir Iron; tßJ lOO keg -orted Junista Nails-; 23 bundles poring Sterl; 3 GO sneer uo; I ca extra Cast do; Plow slabs, Boiler and fhect Iron; Kasps, Files, and Dor Latches, Which, together with our former t-tock makes it complete. ,rr iv For sale low by A LAI GIILIN, may y. , Water street. SODA AND II LUE 1.1 CK WATER. AC. IIALIjUCK has erected a fine Soda Foun- tain for the accommodation of the public and requests those who appreciate a cooling drink ia a hot, dusty day. to give him a call. . Alsoconstantly on hand pure Blue Lick V ater rom the Drennon (Ky.) Springs. my 26 FANCY ARTICLES. THE subscriber has receivdd an assortment of: Seals, Sealin2 Wax, Note Paper, Steel Beeda, Kings, Tassels; Bag Clasps, Needles, Purse Twist; Fancy Beads, Pins Knitting Pins; Kaaors, Itaxor Strap, Shaving; Tooth, Hair and Nail Brush, &c, &xr. Also, Edgings, Inserting, Drawer Goods ol every variety, for sale at wholesa1eandR TT. HL GO, io tarptnttr and Joiner -Vine street,mr Mr .Dodge' church- my2-6m PALM HATS, BONNETS, FLOWERS &C AVERY large stock consisting of every variety of Summer hats, leghorn, palm leat, French broid,shana,&.c., fur and silk hats of every desira hl tvle bonnats. all tlie newest tyles, with a splen did assortment of Uo were, ribbons and bonnet trim mings for sale by apl3 MORRIS S. JOHNSON. GROCERIES. JUST received by steamer "Gt u. Lafayette," and for sale low for cash 50 bag prime Kio CofTee; 10 Hogsheads of Susrar. 20 bbl Plantation Mola9sa prime article. 10 bbl. ilosin; 5 boxes of J -ernmons; June 13, M. V. FOSTER Corner n.ain & 1st Streets. the patronage of the Evanaville- Trade, and as we have adopted tlie motto A LLP RO FITS. we have no hesitation in plettging ourselves to City and ... . . YOUR ATT EN T TON TO HI' 1 OUT Or OL'K KS cuy to can ana ornain pnees nciorc purtuos-nj;. Four Days L, ale From Europe PH03PECT3 Favorable to All Cash Customers. ALLIS A HQ WES. . THE HOUSE that sells goods for small profits aud ready pay, have iut been receiving several tin tsirtant additions to tneir large stock of Groceries. They pledge themselves to sell as good articles and at a low rates as can be obtained in the Weft, and invite all dealers, who wh-h tu do a saving busmen to come and convince themselves that those er tionsare something more than empty boasts.' Their stock embrace every thing belonging to tle grocery trade, in proof of which see the columns of our city papers ON EVERY PAGE YOU WILL FIND Til EI R A DVERTISEMENTS. ap 24. JUsJT received from New York, 6 Halt Pine Cognac lirandy; 2 Pipes ifolland Gin; 10 casks Port Wine; 10 casks Madeira; 2 hhds Rum; I0 barkct Champaigne; 5 hxs Cordials: 100- Claret; 1 50" Sardines; 400 can Oysters; 25 thousand Tigara Cigars; for Bale by ap 24 ALUS & HOWES. Water kt. JUST received by stcamcrGlencoe, 75 ides sole Leather; 25 Uis Lemon yrup; 3 Tierces refined Sugar lor family use. for sale by ALLLS &, HOWES, Water at.. ap zi JUST received from New Orleans, 20 Hllsf Tanners Oil; . 50 - Tor; 4 41 Varnish; 15 44 Turpentine; 5 Bxs Orange? ; 10 lemons; in store and lor sale by ALLIS V. HOWES. Water st S1TC.AR I SUGAR X SUUAR I 1 Oft HHlWNcw Orleans Sugar. AliVF 200 Bags Rio coffee 2!iO HULa MoIases; n eore and lor sale by ALLIS &, HOWES, bp 21 Water t SUGAR and MOLASES. 100 Hilda New Orleans Sugar; 230 Bbls do do Molasses; 40 t do do do do; 23 Bbls Sugar House Molasses Polka brand; 23 I Bbls do do do do do. For aale by A. LAUGHL1N, ap 25 Water street. NAILS. QfT A KEGS Boston and Juniata Nails, assorted wOVF sizes; 23 kegs Flooring Brads, assorted; 25 do Assarted spikes. Forsaleby A. LAUGIILTN, ap 25 Water street JUST RECEIVED, trt KEGS Pure whiuj Lead; 0J i 10 bbls Unseed Oil; 5 do Turpentine; 25 boxes 0-10 Window Glass, For sale low by A. LAUG HLIN , may Water street. HYDRAULIC CEMENT. A FULL suply of this article fresh from the mills Xjl. together with the best ot Koacn Urne. For eale by the batreL A. LAUGHLIN, ap 25 Water street. . IRON. ' " A LARGE and general assortment of all sizes o Common Bar, r'lat. Round and Square, Broad and Narrow Band, Axe and Hoe Car. Plow Bar, Plow Moulds and slabs. Nail and small Rods, to gether with all sizes usually called for in the above line. For aale by A. LAUGH LIN, ap 25 - Water at. BLACKSMITHS TOOLS. A CT1T.T. mnA frpneral assortment ol 2 every thine in that line, i.amely : An . I ta2Atf tlflfraT vita fallow. Vices, ocrew a aa Raso. Files and Grates For sale by A. LAUÜI1L1IM Wate street t AH S'" Kenhawa Salt for sale by X"U (doc21-tf JOIINbllANKLIN. je &-d.jmctvvtiii lapplyto jy 3 K. w. ULiSUAK.