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VOL. I. EVANSyiLLE, A.. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, .1848. NO: 1G3 Ii: I -. IS' -4. t T (T i 1' ViTORTH J.L. DAJJFd&TII. J..DAXFQUTI1 &,$0f ; . 'j .. "WHOLESALE R.I,EK9 IN,',,,. , FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY UUODS. ' No. 411, Main St, LoiiiVyille, Ky. ru21 4...I' W. C. PET CltS V CO, if- MUSIC PUBLISH E US, - ' ' 70007 31 tii ii Street, Loumille, Ky. iV. I.Nsxr iwur ti rut iu,nk of jLotmyitLE.) , . fT -Tl. .. CONsTANTIA xii hand, double and Il.mj M n-i..-il 1 riTrn- t-mgie m ..j.i,, ...... - nt' verv descn : ion,- Italian -Klriif-r.-Masio published Weekly -Music bound in Vtlitstwnnrtst manner. -.;-... . , . , ' IWoortteiwirt-J an J tuned to let.anj arc 1 oml Laornanbrf purchased ,eoM, exchanged -'j&aUri.. wplW "Wi.Music at a i count.) , j 1 ..:!- I '' ' ' , i JiAitiriiey and Cnuseller nt Law,,, t i'.iJLclimr Arrnt-1'ur Saul far , II- JXfiws. Elizabeth Tow.llafdm co., Illinois . ; "Xtfirekces r-Tne Sootr. ) Eiizabcihtown. ' ' i m t L- l y r . 11.1. '.1 E. iL W. Lewis Evansville, la. -; "' . - It; JONES Ar. CO.. I If annall A. Co.. I Ball, I .r ..v n -M-.tr.nt A- PMC 1. " ' V ' oct J. II. ILkCillEK . A treat- of the .B3NMAR3QUB .MlNWS AND Lj AV'E ju.-t rccrive.1 " 1 " li ' 5000 doz. Cot AND MANUfACTURINS CO.. Cotton nrni VUK i-r are authiruJJ to sell at uomuus - ax;iUum during Uje 9va'n. Tb.. Varus sue ol an excellent quamy, - It i..'.Hll.i,nil. rior ta jnosto't thö ftrtsbur Brand. t'letu call and exmuiae tlvtin. ap8 ' co.nniEuciAL hotel. ! v. vr mim, i-itoiMETOR. M :K?0ppMri.-, W,4l.i..jSton Uall, Jf. f; IW-.eil .Vtai Mafi t. i.iar -i y - . i .. i j 'fill Ii- Lü! U sifuu.el nt th, fo,t of Dij -.o,. IlL,lr Vt, o; rt-iw the steamhoat Inn in;, Char- ; ., i- .... hitions exee! etit. Jliy U ge-i m r leraxcaii'i a v........ - T AMES t JONES, AUorn's'mt yr, OlTice- on npi-ttf. J Firsts First strfi-r. h-l.w M nin ! T VMES 11. HAPEli; Attorney at Law, ijy otli.-e nbove main. T. w vi.Kr.it. T!IYu Vn Ml'si'KtSKt)N.-t-lli-en Main P1 '. Second anJ -Third, and. mur!y .1... I'luli' .uliire. where he may at nil times UVoaii-l unU-,o a'jjeut oaproWsional bits.ncss. dec 2,' '47-1 f " " - ,MirrAl.. t;El. U. WALKE1L 1 l I v,P 11 I ail rzn. OtfiCti on Erst street ivtween l.'.t'uaf Vtml Wa nut. m moinc - v.rr . by Drs, Trufioii and Woever. . . , nug 0 l'"V. E.r8: st., above MaiiEvansvil ap20 WM HO LI) EN, Tailor Main street, over James Scantlin vt Spin's Stove store. ' ' ai vlly. ' - 1 ... - - - - i i D'O'NEIL, Fathhnah't Tailor, First st , abov 4 ;Matn near the üUerwood House. ap201y ( I R DT vt M AT 1 1 EWS, Ta ilvrs, shoj, n n the east X)jideof M a'ta 3t.onedoor frotn the corner ol i irsrt. TTAttitlNUTCIN: CKANE i'O ftlLEY, XT Girding and Commission Merchant, tsucces rrrr 7. n-r-;..... llmnih . Vn Water BtJ otr wiri io iiuiinii:iuu, -"-" - - poitethe whart boat. - sep 6. v.if ' cl , TAYLOU HALL. fUy JNO. M. AIT respectfully informs the JTXi ....v.f.r. TAnrnlll that he has leased lor a, al term ol years, well known tavern stand in ansville formerly kept by E. Ehrsam, and lately by u; vrrA '1 h house has been thoroughly re paired, and handsomely fitted tip with entire new fur iiiture. and those of the travelling public w ho may la- r odnce Dealers Ä Commission ran ts " .No. la yout Street, St. Louts. ' , . lieftrcuces: " E. & W. Lewii,--.. .- EvftnWi'.U ' . ...e -rivfTU k..ii.u nu.L.j njer, ariuexainine the terms nnU rates ot ir;eC.;m-' ' ' ' " . ' ,wai wccive and orMrum - . V there ;e. safety only in good security-in and vicinity, that he ha jtwt rereiv0d his new and - : . ttoRtTioQ. vvuLti.k.R OTutv lu he tiiciirc itc mast be haftly Juan red.' ; fpUndid stok ot Jlwllkv, Wxinits; and Clocks, '""V'vlNliLi: a: W11EKLKK ; J HEN we hear of our frien U loosin-thHr P'on-f nifu he wü altr,ful?r Ciutiati prices, his ' TTOSNKYs AT LW,Mvctss,Hs ro Bvrr rt -L ly lire,or l!iat M!V,.m., oa u,i?l they life ' co;m?t8 1 part oh "A V In- t l. titurrat Cotton and AW IMute maie ,Ul , f M f , n . , ' n,e OoU and M ir Lever V atche,; . . X).-nX eon Eirst street, Mow .ihm firr,es,i we ask is'wereyou iiuuredr Now iw A splendid assortment newest style . lad, eS Coral .SB- U.U. WWeb, Notary fub if. U9 if- A el such an interest in th,." welfare of our I, lends, how r Breastpin-;.. ' ) . t v ni i.i.'i u,meT at Law Olhc . roim.li.itr hi-.....i i.. : . Uold Cuard and Job Chains: 1 T ' l JC1 VN.MA'. I, AttKnerai uiwi: rouiidi.igliwnwn prnjierty withou Uinpablo at any o.i i at- l,,w-vUin an'1 t?v'"tl'",rti' ' ' j 'l,,,e ' unwer the question if put to himself, "Yes . - ! 1 am Insured.' , bvkfr: ' ' ' ' Tnos.t.uAviiThe camden Insnranee Company of New .'fi iKiiTr.Xa weilmakeinsuranceo.. "5111 A ) vdWlrw l)trueinlCourtlloiie.. "'V : hold lurr.iture and Merchandize of all kinds -also ' rvY i ca i;.- du. c. s. w Ef a er , m the ut, . ! lj firm of'l ratiod & Weever,) thysician and Sure office M.n ..thee on the corner ot First aiid V uie streets- I tVw d,Kirs alKve the Exchange hotel ' nufZ 'l '? Ml'. vor him with a ea,Tnajr resi bi -y-fart aol CAnveniehce will meet with every attention. . His Table wilt always te supplied with the best ,hat thr arket affords, and hU Bar furtushed with the cCicest loquors, carefully selected by an expen- " AUacÖto the Hall, and .immediately on the 'rub'uc Sauare, are Iii stables, acknowledged by nl to be tire mot paciow and convenunt in Che ptmcc, Jr;'AUfi.25; 1847 ti; JCl'UUii L r. JQ-M. At t. ' ' SltEU)VOOD HOUSE. ' VlRST STREET, EVAX9VILLE, INDIANA. . ,THE undersigned having become proprietors ottheabove wel known establishment, Ug '"lUL" leare toorPr tleir service to the public and t.i etrStftfthvc of patronage. They ,be l wnünue the ikvorable consideration the House has heretofore enjoyed undeirtr nianagement of Mr. Sherwood No eieftumS will be spared to give uni vert.M Ssfaction t..H. ''J ad the wriUbe abundantly furm-hed and the room, kept r-lp-in nn.l neat Charges as heretofore moderate . Pill V ATE BOAUIHNG HOUSE. i. M- THE undersigned has -opened a Envau Boarding House in the Brick Budding on i H a ter i?treett abov Main, known as the W heel er iiouse. -. My object is. to keep a house for the ac commodation of Gentlemen principally. There are, however, three or tour very pleasant rooms in the House which can be fitted up for the acaommoJaticm ef small families. The tabi shall not be surpassed V! '' :' A,rARNV,VOllTII. M VTVA L II cSr EFIT HFC lAM UAM i; COMPAÄV. TIIIo institution i.tdiatingm - ., . others, at home ur a boi, ly a!', or more, ot the following peculiarities 1. VVrwre the premiums are over 30, it require only one quarter part in cnth; intend ct 'he whole. , 2 It allywü the assured to pay yearly, quarterly, monthly ur wwkly. , J. Popart ol tiieprohtg ore withhild, or uivcrt ed Irom the aiired, t ither in charily or otherwise. 4. It has no loan, cither nominal or re. il, to pay r... 1 . t. - ... . 1 1 finrrrti i-r, nriMiii: a ai lucieni capiiai iunueii, Ircriii cae ui protracteu illness. premninis rectived. : ' :: . 'i he. -miliary comprises two drnrtments,PBiSA: 5. ,Tho a.-urwi can w iihdraw his profits, or have M and Acadlaiical, occupying distinct yet contigu-flit-tn to accumiilai'. year y year, at hiop'icn! . . ; I bus apartments, being unaer one general supervision, ' H. It assures to the age olü7, instead ol' fctopi ing I andconsuTuiingln reuliiy but out school; the studies ,ilV 4 ... . -t , j V tm friutary Ueparuunt btiiijj preparatory to the 1 .7. It dedare s the profit yearly, instead of once in more advanced ones ol the Academical courMj. ' live or veil years, unci Uiiessciip yearly io the Ae- heAcudemical Department is arranged into three fured, eaj-iiig6 per cem interest v hich ecrip ia re clastes, characterized by the branches ttndied by det nied in cash, w hen the profits aniuuuttil to vJU,- lne,u respectively, and denominated lor convenience CUU, or allowed to accumulate at the option ol the Uake, the Juiiior,'Middle and öenior Classes. Assured. ' .... . I ,jUtNU,B fcxiDiis Arithmetic, tocography. Ancient It enables a mnn to provide for hi& wife and and Modern History, Eng. Grammar, Walts on the children in uch a way, that although i he may lose' Mind, and Nalurul fhilotmphy. : i : every tlung. they are bale; and all pirtoiu, whether Mu dle Ljus$ Arithmetic, (finiched,) Algebra, married or unman ud, to provide for Uid A ge, ik- Natural History, Iiotauy, . Chemistry, 'Astronomy ness and Want', as well as tor i enth ' ' , ) Anatomy, & t'hysiology ü :.v y. The AtMirrd eon surrender the policy ;nt any.7 emokCuss ALjtbia vfruished,! Geometry Men time alter- the first year, and receive' lU- equitnba tal und .Vloral Thiloaophy, Ithetoric, Logic, Natural Vid le. .... , . -j 'Ideology and Lvidences ot Christianity. ; r.r. lü. At any lime after the first year, .tho Assuredly '1 lw ujve courw: is the uwre couiinon, and, in our can lorrow on the' scrip i-sut-d, twu-thirtlb ot its n- judgment one which should, in its general outlines, mvMinl, so that he hds nothing to fear fiom a change oe t.uinoJ by those desiring a Bysleniatie and thor-: t rircuriistiinee, or iii.at'itity to pay the premiums , ough tUucaiioii. t. , , , . 11. Directors and Otricers are chostn yearly; -and , ' "i he .Male Academy, designed more Dartieulany the AfcMireU votes according to his interest, . . , i for those studying tiie classics, and higher Englisli 12. The funds are all invested in Unitetl States, branches, wnl be conducted on the tame plan and New York; Ncw'Jerxy and Massachusetts' stocks teims as during the past year. ' ' ' nn.l in- Real Ftate in Aevv York and New Jers. y, i" " ocax. AUsic A course vt forty lessons, (two each wholly uiiincumltered, and of double the value loan- w eek) will be given out of chool hours, on the ele ed : , . . .- . . . -; . t.!. : mehiarypt in'ciples ol vocal music, for those who are 13. It pays no Directors, no Auditors, uo 3!i i- not inciubers ot the day school äs i M as lor those trs. It lends monev to neither ... rt i who are. '1'h.ise who have never studied music as a 11. it does not reik ui ihe A.?ureil a year older man ne is i.ut Irom tlx months Icsg to fix inonth) more, ko as to equalize the estimate betw een all par-' tie. - - .., ,t ! i .j , i ' 13.. The rales pre lower, the expenses less, and ibe nrolits larper, than w it b oreign tilhces; investments I nere ?re yielding from Ü to 7 per 'cent--ubröad only 3 per cent, -to fay notlitng ol 'SZ 1-3 per cent reserved; nor ol interest allow ed to those w ho furnish a "gnnrnn fee cant la I," at the rate ot 5 ter cent, mi evFrv him. I" dreil pounds subscribed, for every teu pounds paid in! . , . - I r . 1 . ' '..-. I 16.' In?tea'l cf encouram?. evrrv nrrctniirin iat taken in prevent, a forh-iture ct thepohcy. ' : . JT. The liability ol lh Avsurt d is lönitfrl t;v I.rw. to tlie ajiiount ol his nrt iniiun note. ' ALLEN C MALl.OOII, Agent, I I Dir I It I .w ..... I 1. : . All . . I - ' ii p-rs'na wisiung to niaKe insurance on thi-ir own or on thtir friends LIVES, will lilnin rnll nn. . - - " i . ..i. i uii me ux-m in im vity, Ttioe on .Main treef -rr ; UinrnsniiHmiitotfroduco and Alereandize, on L.inl ot Meaiu bouts, Sailing Varels,-Canal, .Kel ni)d Har UtKits, at a lair valuation and at reasonable rate ol Premium, and, in caseol loss, na soii as tlie claim can U prp rly adjusted pay over the s nne. t,. IIALLtiCK, Avnt, Otiiceon Maiu st., m-a Water, r9 LvasvilU', la. 1NSVKAXCC NOTICi:. : ' THE undersigned as agent for ihe Cnl. unibus Onio Insurance Company, i-iprep.tr-.d to ta ke risks o.i on shiniiieiit of .Merchant di-. Vroduee, t5wc, troni and to any part of tlie Ü. öiaies hy steam and sailing vessels, steam, tanal k ei and liat boats, also upon bui'.tling, meichindic hirniture, !tc," on most reasonable terms. The hih .reputation which this Company bears fo its ability, liiieialily and promptness in adjusting hs ee?,eniitles it to the confidence and patronage ol th public. HA AC A. CKANE,;'. Tin; N K VI YO KK ITIti: LIFE 31 A ui And Inland State Slock Insurance Com pan j. iNSU it E"5ag iinst loss by lire, damages by sva and iul iad navigation, and ngninlSji:kn.esH nn l ui human lin, mi terms equally.' or more lavorahle and advantageous than thoso oilVred by any other Company . The undersigned is agent for this Com pany and haa duly qualui.vl him-vlf to act us. such according to the statute of l!t?. ' aep 4-t f. JAM ES G. JONES. ! . M. C. COOK. M. !.,.! Corner of Jlain and Tine Street, sr. Louis, Missouri. ; ; DOCT. COOK tenders his uckqow led'e- ' inents to his numerous Datrons for thc c.n- tidence reiMised in his skill nnd nhhitv in the important an 1 critical department of the 'prole-" sion, t,o which he continues to devote hin attention, viz; the diseases of the EVE and EAIt. Having devoted the ast titteen yers to the study and piac tiee in this branch of medica science, lu feels assur ed that in even the mast in eterate case3 he can ac complish a. pcrmanant and sate cure. Iiis success heretolore warrants this degree of confidence in any case that may bepresenttri, persons who are untur tunately aillicted with tliense ot'eiiher the tYE or the tu.i;,are inytteJ to Call arid seek relict. ap 11 d&w ly. 1 i MEDICAL- CA KD. V J. l lNsii, would respectfully' inform JL his tnends and the public tiint ire has located himsell in the city of Evansville. where he in lends devoting his attention to the practise of .Medicine and Surgery. In tenduiing his services tX the public in this capacity ho pledges himself to attend promptly and bithtully tj those who may la vor him. with Ihcir coutuiuiice, and he truMHthai the opportuniiiett which he has enjoyed for acquiring a Medical Edu cation will be a sufficient guaraulee to his Iriendsat leat of bis cupabilities to discharge succcsstully the iiiiportant duties of bis profession. : vtticew itu Dr. L. L Laycock t. here . he may be found ar all times unless proiesiouaiiy absent. I . aug 10 dicwly. . . . ':.-.) PATWP-Wr' , s. V. WILLSEY wouldreturn hi thanks P O, to his friends and the citizens in peneial P A' for past lavors, and hope bv clore attention A I to business to meiita liberal share ol.ibe pub- I N lie patronage.. Thoe having work in my line N T will do well to live me a call, s 1 intend to T I wurk cheaper than the cheapest and a good as 1 N the best. All orders left with J. C. lieberd or, N i; T. G. O'Kiley will receive prompt attention (J , wpl9,dGm. . V. . i PAX2TTIKÖ. t . ,r : Murrs.&c.; l l'ST recfi've l, . . - J ; : l doz iajirs Munj, pome very nne, 1 do Figured Tables and Pinn no Covers hw by loct U . : M. V.. EOSTFJL ia! I i I SELECT SCHOOLS. ' ; rphe 3Iale Academy aud Female Semina A i ry , will lAo voleuie, couutieiKe their i ail ed biona ihe hrst .Vtonday in fcepteiaocr. " " 'l he 6Chiol-yvar cohmsIs ot two stvsiona of 22 week each; the tuitwn payable quarterly, as hereto tore. i'upils can commence ut any time, though it is exceedingly det-irable and important that they enter t lhe; Inhuming ot the term, when tubjects ot t-tudy art begun and clasps urbanized lor the session. Nu pupil w ill be received lor a less time than - hall a tef?iou. Induction will be made tor absence in science, will hnd the tourse adapted to ihetn Board and washing in the best ol private tumilitg, per week, . .-iil,fH to 17 Ttu'ion in btminary, rritnary , Department . tier qunrter,- 3 00 Academical "4 00 to 5 00 Ens'i-sh Branches and l-'rtnch .or. Latin 7 00 Vocal Aiuiu. lor the course. 2 00 Lessons on thel'lano i 00; use of instrument lor pruciice i 00 per quarter.' ' ' , - , , Mr v . SAFEOIID, A- M.t Principal. ... .T .... . ... Evnnsviür. An' 1MIS. j . AbnEM)A.--tiicourngeU by the increasing patron nrrc Juiiil' tlx- in-i ve.ir. we have at uo lulling ex ',h ne, muiic airan'enirn s to adtl very much to the laoxjmiaodations and Ijc:j.. 8 of the school, l'tlinir I... , o I i.i ruin ' of i duraiion L'eherallv. w ill respond to oar etfort by iiill niAm lili.-r:il 1 t r. til :1 . SI. w. s. f vim t o - i - - - Miniature cases, and Locket; Fine Mourning fins. Bracelet Clasps; tiuard Keys, Collar Buttons, and Studs; A large selection of Gold 1'encils w ith and without j . ien; A largfbitof Day ley 'a liest Gold Tens with and without holders; ' .- Silver Tables nud Tea Spoons; Silver 'I'hiinbles; Every description of Steel Trinirningo;" ' ,. Steel Heads and I'urse Silks; ; , riiie Fans, Accordion ' Solar Suspending and Parlor Ltmps; (iirandoles c. Every description Filt er and common Spectacles Fine p.Hket Knives Ac; ; B lew Fine French Mantle Clocks; to which he would call the attention of those wioh iug to purchase. Ladies are invited to call and ex amine tor themselves. ' J. L- BI TTKOLFF, ap 13 Main Street between First ami Second. SADDLE, HARNESS AISD TKUNK HAnupACTonr. J. r. ELLIOTT, iSucrrg aor la H M.A-J. . 12tott.) will continue the alwvc busines at th I old stand, .Main street, Evansville. lie will aiwaya Wevp on hind a constant supply Saddles, Bridles, Trunks, c.&c. of the best workmanship, which he oHers at wholesale or retail nt the lowest prices. Also great variety of Trimminga ysed by Sad dlers, llatncss-makers, aud Trunk .Uanufactufers. In addition to my former 'stock 'tt materials '! havjust received a very large. and geileral assort tnent nt , Snd.Me Tr. of all kinds;' ' SMrtinz. llarne ii.iil lri.ile l-aili r; Jlog smii 'seating; ' Calf Skill ' do; '' -;'"- ! I'luli do, every variety; '.' ' BridleBitts and Buckles, all kinds';' Si irrup Irons &c., cVc. . Kidiug, Buggy and Wagon Whips, Together with all articles in my litie, at wholesale ind 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 tice. Imayyiy- J. P. ELLIOTT aWfltl HOUSE ill tf-h 1 1 mi m w mwmwmwmm WW m b a. m m mm rnrn mM m - er m a. ji Ck a' AiD WHAliF-liO A T Shawn eetotvn, Illinois. THE undersigned takes this method to notify tlie pubPc, that he is the proprietor of a large and commodious WuxRF B j.vt, at Snawneetown, and that he stiil continues the Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Business, generally.. . , v l'ersons landing in the night, or desirous of secur ing passage in the night, will always rind a private room and a good bed, on board. . . ' lie also keeps constantly on hand, a general assort inent of Groceries, 1kovisjoxs, JLc, suitable to the river trade , , . In 'connection 'with the above business, he has opened a llonse ol .Entertainment, oil Front Street, (about lb yards lroin the Whart Boat,) in the "Morris" Brick House,- and two frame buildings im mediately below, called the Won. HofsE and Stagk Office, all of which have been recently repaired and refitted, and.where persons may secure beats in good Stage Coaches, lor any point in the interior, on the mail routes., . :, . . ' The oublic may rest assured that his Table and Bar shall be supplied with the beit the country can ; allord tor money, and no pains will oe spared to ac commodate comfortably ail who call on him: : ' " Iii Stable will be tilled with every variety ot grain, bay, & c and managed by honest and taithiul . l.-ilns. tor whom the uodersigued w ill be responsi ble. . . . , ; Persons landing from steam boats at nteht, will always be conducted to the Hotel it they desire it. I tt JOHN WOLL, Vroprietcr ITATON &. HUGG, Douse Carpenters and Joined i iM st: t bf-t ween Sycamore and Vine; ' cp,05pT EM ALEXANDER EAEGIILIN. v noiesaic. nnu xietaii -.t mujk rocery, Iron, bail, Tin and Shut iron Store. yy-jl: j WATKK STUEKT, EVaNSVILLe". 'iNUl.tN' . TT.E bog leave to rail tlie attention of 'merchant?, v r Traders, and Farmers generally, throughout the Wabash country, Illinois and the Southern por lion of Kenturky, to our larj;o and very genttal Stock of Groceries, Iron, Nailn, Tin Plate, Copjirr, Wire,' Axes, Co: ton Yarn and Domestic Manufac tured Articles. .' Which we olfer for sale at very re- ducetl prices for Cash or Produce. i ' The head of the house residing in Fittsbnrgh, will enal4e tu to be regularly supplied w ith all. iarticies in our line. Dealers and country merchants need not travel beyond Evansville for a supply of all articles they may need, and they would consult their interest by trivia us a call, as we are determined to nuriti share of public patronage. Tho business will be conducted by i . . r, JAMES LAUGIIL1N, Jr. '.ftir Feathers, Hide?, Tallow, Beeswax, and all kinds of Produce purchased at the. highest market price. , .. . may 4, '4-tt T- IJJflJLU. A large and fall assortment of Pine XJ Lumber. For sale by 1 may4 tf. A. LAUGIILIN,' Water si JUST KECEIXEO, TONS assorted Rod and Bar Iron; .. 1U0 kegs tisvortjej JuuiataNails; j bundles sjii ing Steel; 5 d- sneer do; ;l . 1 casa extra Cat do: 20 ,PIjw slabs, Boiler and sheet Iron; 1 I Kasps, riles. and Door Latclies, ' - i together with our loruur ttock makes Which, complete. For sale low by inav y. . -A 'LAUGIILIN, ' Water street; .1 . . . FltKSXI TEAS. -.. i i ECEIYED per bteamer Tuscaroia,31 packages I X of Iresh; eas in chests, boxes and caudy boxes lör sale very cheap lor Cihl i . oct 3 .... . M, W. FOSTER, . : - DANK SOTICeT : : - i j. ,v ' 0TICE is hereby given that the annual meet i. " ing of the stockholders in the Branch at Ev ansville ot the State bank ol Indiana; will be held at the Banklfg liout-e. on Monday, the tth day of Noveinlier next, nt 1 o'clock P. At., at which time a statement ot the condition of tire Branch will be sub mitted, and an lection held h, eg lit Directors to serve the ensuing year. Polls to clöf-e at 4 o'clock P.M.- Byouerotth Board of Directors, dJ &. w id . , G. Wf HA T1IBON E, Cashier. T7INDOW Glass. An nssortmet of Window ;iV. Glass, assorted fcizes. . For sale by- rnayitf. A. LAUGIILIN, Water t. J. YAVTKIX A CO., ft WOULD respectfully announce to the ' V-citizens of Evansville and country ad-J jneent, hat they have recently opened a Shoestore oi the Weft side of Main street, next door the cor ner of Second, where they are manufacturing BOOTS andSHOES imam, their varioi'sbra5ches.- -Their experience in the business will enable them to procure the best of stock and have it manufactured iutU most durublentfiHtitr. .We invitetheci'tirens of Evansville and public generally to call and examine our work, as we have a good stock ot ready made work ot our own manufacture. Young men wishing tine Boots can obtain them here of every descn in, ready made or to order it preterable. All orocr lett with us for work will Ihj promptly attended to. The Ladies of Evansville are respectfully invited to call and examine our large stock of Ladies' ware, as we stand ready at all times to wait on those that feel disposed to favor us w ith a call. We are prepar ed to manufacture Fancy Shoes of every different style. Those, leaving order forSnoes may rejt assured that no pain's will le spared 'in trying to accommodate them with any siylo they wish. '! We feel wilting to acknowledge our gratitude to the citizens tor the friendship they have manifested towards us. and thank them tor their liberal patronage. and hope that in return our work may merit their .:... Bpirou.tiiuii. &"All work done by us is warranted, and no charge made lor mending w ork that should give way. teb 14 w&tw tf. J. VAÜTRIN & CO FOB. SALE. T WILL sell at piivatesale Lot No. 9 in the upper jl . rjn largenient ui tne city; mie ntrieci. 11 is one oi the mofct eligible loc atkns in ti e ti'y fcr a piivni Also a ten years lease on a lot 374 by 150 feet, suit able for a residence. . t -' . aug $J) JOHN J. CHANDLER'.: NAILS. ' ' ''.'.! O-Trk KEGS Boston and Juniata Nails, assorted sizes; '-.....; 2- keso Flooring Brads, assorted; , . - j : . 25 do assorted spikes, , j For sale by ' fA. LAFCIILIN, ! p23 j I . i i . Water street ; ' FOR ST. LOUIS. " T-r. - TTIl' . 1 . 1'... ....ni .. THE elegant, fast-running steamer .1 1 LANTIS, S. S. Paxo, Master, w ill leave Evans v iUe tor the above and intermediate landings every Wednesday, at 8 o'clock A.M., . -. .-. , For freight or passage apply .on board or to IIAR RINtnoX, CRANE i Ü&. U'illLKY.71 HOOK BINDERY. L, II1SÜEN.1 Firtt Street, above Maim f I lit. X Ev subscriber would . inform . the citizens ef vansville and surrounding country that he has established himsell m tne nook. Binding bnsinees at the above named place, where he will be happy to re ceive all work in his line. He would inform' U. inends and th public that having a thorough knowl. edge of the business, and also having the .wry bet of materials, he is able to do every kind of w ork in his line in the best manner. . '. ' ang 21 2m. j ' ..'. ; . .' , i i ..... . .. ' . A; C ARD.: ', TUE undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Evansville and vicinity,' that he has re-opened his t-hopon Main street, opposite the Bank,; where he intends carrying on the Tailoijng business in a lew of its branches. Those vishirg to emplov ........ . ,i. . . i him will und tum on Hand üunru? biiMiita boar, eep 1 WM. DOLDEN. NEW GOODS. PRINTS, DOMESTICS, DRILLINGS, Ac J LS I' received Lywcumer Wyoming fc4 Uer mantown, 1 bales 4-4 heavy and fine domestic; "' I 2, rr -7-Ö ." ... Drilling; .. , ' , . r j . Also. Prints and other goods, the first arrivals ol my s ait eiock. tsep i ii. n. rucuuv. 1 SUGAR and M0LASES. 100 f lhds New Orleans Sugar; " j i :i - : 250 Bbls do ' do t" Molasses; ' : ' ; 401 do -do dOfi do; l , . 25 BbU Sugar f Houso Molasees Polka ; brand; , ... ., .. . , . . : j 23 i Bbls do do " do ' - do do". ' For sale by ' ' A. LAUG1IL1N j ap25 '. " Water street. . ' REMOVAL . ; OLIVER LADD, will remove his stock of goods to the naw -tlue' story brick cn Maina ireet, in about ten days, where his old customer are invited f call m him. eer 8. i J si - L " TIliCK llllOGANS. T fr Ca?esot Prime KiulJrOcans; . r: & -do Thick . v do; . ? lor sale by , maylf.) ULI VE R LAD D ; ' f s PRINTS. . I Jf's'new styles spiing Prints; -- ado 'Blue and Orange, lorsalehr mayiii. . v . OLIVEk LADD. LADIES VLIPPKRS and BUSKINS. Ladies slippers 'und Buskins of sune T.I "' quality and style ever before brought to this niarktt, jut received and lor sale by V.. .... . .OLIVER LAPP. A COTTON 'VA11N," D rO 000 Itt'on -arn, fyJ?JVJJ o-500. ttJOand 7ti), thia dy rl ccive PL. P ClAMXVV-kABI !'.. V , by iV . HflyHJ. l I. WULlVLi LADD. LAWlfS, GINGHAMS & LINEN LAW AVEiti'htfgeassortnieiifol the newest I lease call and examine them. t Mb i r .1 a n c iuu iti4 sjohxson GLOVES! . GLOVES!! GLCVTSm' i ÄlcJlr11?1 and .dark colore I tj li'jj ii i j "Irwine uiacK do., eupcrhna IXIU White do., uperlin white and colored " ,"k auu wpcrliiie black net (loves, and Mils li? fe low lap Jo -"-''MOKlilSö. JOHNSON- ' FANCY 'ARTICLES. ' itwciioer ha receivud an assortment ot .fecohng Wax, Nole Paper; Beeds, Kings, Tassels; ' lasps, Needles. Purse Tw ist; . Beads, Pins-Knitting Pins; I . tf 17fir Strnno v.l.. TH s. . .. St ih Fa Ra . -looih, Hair and Nail BruJ..- .,. . Also Edgings, Inserting, Drawer Goods'ut eve '.variety ,Mur sale at wboltsaleand retail by V pu m uu Kirf s.johnson. ?,NS TÜFr &"cöIrlNi f)SiMAIJt?l Cr0,e,ls' 'l'N wiierfine b ack t reuth Drap, ets., Drap de Nienne, Lin en and L mon check and stripes, w ith all the most aP lj MORlUSS.jQHNSoTy LiSf ra' BONNETS, FLOWERS &C A V EKY large btock consisting of every varieiv Ä'o -Kummer hats, leghorn, p.lm J French brold,shanSA;c.,lurands.lkhatsof every Sa ble style bonnets, all he newest styles, wiU, a SS did assortment ot liower, ribb..ns and bonnet trim. nnngslursale by ap 15 MORRIS S. JOHNSON : PRINTS! PRINTRII A N endless quanuty and variety ot Prir.ts of .L newest Siuincr un.l , with every thir new, in the way of Dress Goou", tot ;al515 1 MORRIS S. JOHNSEN . MOURNING GOODS. A i and very desirable assoriment cf Mour A. ningdress Goods, superfine Bombailnes, fc,ik Warp.Aipacassome very tine) Alpaca Lusücs upernne black, plain and figured bemges, black Lawns Ace, now open and for sale low by nP 15 ' MORRIS. S. JOHNSON. ,i J, c9,uty merchants: rpiIE -ubMiiber is now owning loo Packages J Meichandise, consisting ol Dry Goods, bocTs siiots, tlATs,CAfsand Bo.n.nets, Hardware, Glass Wake and crockery; which he will sell as low as ny House in the City, tor Cash, or Produce, such as ork, Wheat Com. Oats, ilaxseed,. White Leans cesw ax Feathers or 1 allow. " dccl-u. , JÜIIN.8IIANKLIN. iNEW; GOODS! MV (JüUDSü I UST received by JOHN SHANKLIN, corner U Locost and V aterstreet. Evaristiiu. inn pl ages.conoi.ting in part ol the following articles, viz 500 pieces prints ot the newest btyle. r . i j oaies urown tneettngs, ; 20 pieces lied Flannels, .. SW " White (Jo . 20 V Canton do, ' 50 . Bed Tick, .. 25 cases Boots and Shoes. 1 1 .. KK) pieces Bleached Shirtings,- ' ' 1 i 20 pairs Large Blankets, , ,. :: blue and (jreen Mackinaw do, 15 boxes Hat and Caps, assorted, : 60 dozen Hosiery, . . ; . :-: . .. J.,v Sattinets, Cassim'ers and Jeans, i; Buena Vista Cas?imere; ' " '':- Paramatta and Coburgh Cloths, -;.v Calitornia l'laids, Cashmeres, M. dj Lain A Ipaccas ot every variety , Wool Cloakines 5 pieces Gro De ubine bilks. . - . Also, Linen Cambric UoVfe, fancy and Black Silk u' luigu asesoi uircni t.1 cnawis Irom 30 rt ÖCT All kinds of Produce taken in exchange 10 TJ INER'S Cauadian .Verm ifnge The best tiV,nmfiPl.,,edr'-ever Tl discovered for ell kinds of WOli.M. It not onlv tlesir..va Worn.. . I i r J. : V """""iuiu in bo rates the w hole system, but it dissolves and carries oft the superabundant slime or mucus, so prevalent in the stomach and bowels of children, more esiecially those in bad health. . The mucus lorms the bed or nest m which worms produce their vouni. and hv r. mnlpinff it. it la imrvai.iKlj f. .... . . - ' . ......v .v., - V.1U13 iu remain in tne body. It is harmless huts eflects on the system, and the health ot the patients is always, improved by it use, even when no worms are di-coveid; th emed cine bein; palatable, no child, will refuae t take ia not even the most delicate. ÖO-Prenared by JOHN WINER &C0.VNo.83 Maiden Lane, New ork. Sold wholesale and re- .i , Mi" F' tJ,,ne, Agent lor Uie South and U est,1 131 Chartrea etreet,New Orleans , UTOaly Agents in Evansville, i .i ; , . rnarj-5.1y ' ALLISIJOWES ! DR. Si C. TVILSON.' 1 1 ' LATE of Ciminnati Ohio, having located hirri'-f-lt in the city ol Evapsville, would rest ectiuliy oftr his rviees tothe cniztns ol this place, nnd tl.otur rounding community tor the practice bt Medicine'snd uij;ri j in uii meir vnnous Dracehcs end fctreeui Bug 10 ilrr.vtw3n. TS rrrtvPi?0TSiAIVDnSK0F:s- ' ' TJ CCEI ED rersUarr.er Itiscaroia. 2cFfrr At Boofa and fcbee. tctepiish c tott crnrral e crtn.cnt oct 5 M. W.ICltfc. City clothing . Stem- 8 KOHN. , w - ' Ao 24 Main ttrett, EtanstiUc, Imd. THE subfcriber hajuet received a.' very Uurjgi5r Fiilct idid t toek of tnshionable .!u....i FALL AND WIM LR CLOTHING, ofthe iatrct styles atd iathiens, c ruprüitg t rercr al affomiicntul Coats o tvtry dttciiptioo; faete. locne ol all H7es, qi.alitiee aiid colors; esrs ol every gratle er rl color. Alton very gcraal effor'tr nt et tcantohable lurr.islirg Gcor?s. Lkfttrk Ct Win ur Clothing is bmutraxd byrmy Leite is tfce city, and respetitiilly reqt.tttA- itat ttc citrcts cf tie citj erd cctr try lUxld five fcitn e cell Nif re fxith elftwbtte, er! eaeteircrttecl: e tmtfr' .Gihce en the corner ol Locum and Firt streets c posite UM' hcrwoo! Ilotir-e, Rctidence et ibe house ot the Kev. John . DorW. enrnrr nf 1.,:. i o-i .-v. v. ..uri aim i.