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The Üulvi JöLtMi; i published evry niörninii . (Sundays excepted) at 10 cenu per week, pnyable to the. Carrier, or 3 20 per annum, payable in advance. The Tri-WiecL JoURSAL, for the count'y, con taining all the matter of the: Daily Journal, id pub- " lished oiiTucstliys, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 1 00 per annum tit advance. The Wehely Jocbxal. is published every Thursday at 2 00. three copies forj 00. seven copies for $11 00, ten copies for $1500, iu advance. ' , . T UESDA r. M OH MSG, OCT. 31. "i Advertising Prices in KvannTille'l'apers. 1 square of i: lines one insertion,' ' " S00,!0 ' each additional insertion, UU,2j ' one week, . 1,50 two weeks, ' ' . ' one month. 4.0O ' two months f,00 " three month-, ",r0 " six months, 10,00 twelve month, 15,00 ' fix months, renewable to 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 do X do it average not more than once a week 12,00 1 do " . twelve mouths, , lX,l)0 Each additional square for six months, 5.10 do " do do twelve months', ö,l'' No advertisements to be considered by the year un less sHrcilieJou lilt manuscript, or previously agreed upon between the parties.. Annjunciug candidates for office $1 for each n&me in advance. All advertisements from transient persons to be paid in advance. Advertisements not marked on the copy for specified number of insertions, will be continued one mouth, unless sooner discontinued, und pa) nunt exacted accordingly. '.):' The privihges ol yearly advertiser will lc con fined to their regular busmen, and all olhtr adver tisements not pertaining to their regular business a agreed for, to be paid extra. . All advertisements for charitable institutions, fire companies, ward, township, any other public uuct iags, and such like, u be charged half price. Marriages and death inserted without charge. Obituary, notices and funeral invitations to xe charg ed nail price. Regular advertisers and all others sending commu nications ot defiling (unices designed, to c:ill a'.t-n-tion to fairs, soiree, com crts; or any public enter taintiients w lit re charges are made lor admittance, all notice ot privat association, every notice de Lpe 1 to call nttemun to private enter,, izes, calcu lated or intended to promote individual interest, can only 1 in-erted wirn h un lfr.HTan.lin that the same is to be paid U.T. - It inserted in the fHÜtoii.-il which can only b.,at ihe.di.creiitn f the ebror.-) ilk? same will be chared at the rate of not !e3 than 12 cent per liae- Knowing the aliove rates to tie liberal mid mmh less tliau is charg -h in oilier cities and towns tor sim ilar work, we nuke known our intention to le guid ed hert alter bv theui; and to prevent any niisuiider standing, we deem it expedient to publish this on the t.'wde pages of our pipers for oue month, . that nil jerso:n m iv have art opportunity of making th m elve acquainted wit'u die rales hereafter to be charg es 1 by us Kspoctiv. lv. ... . ... ... :V1. II. CHANDLER &CO. ....... YOL'NGLOVC & SULLIVAN.. . . ,.11. UklJU.Nli-UjiU.., . , i 1 1 1 1 1 an i I 'CONSIDER EVERY WHIG VOTE GIVEN TO MR. VAN BUKEN DIRECTLY 'AIDING THE ELECTION OF Mil. CASS." Daniel WcbsUr. Sr.farr..tit . C m.vcidexc. Gen. Harri-soti's , majority in Pennsylvania was 313, and it is -announced tiflii iallv in the I'illsbtiri Jour ,Utl.tliat Johu.ou" majority for Governor U jo&t 343. " - CASS AND TAYLOR. ; - . In om respect the present ctuttest is verv tin equal; we'aliu lrt tu the pcrsonnl interest that ir . i ; i t - . . i I ' w ' I ii an cieu in iavur 01 vass. eiiju nt ar tnir hun lred thousand oiUce-liolders, all of whom with their iuiluetice and money are laboring lustily to retain their ''feeding boxes." And though they should know that alt competent and tailhful olftcers will not be lurut d out for , political .reassous, by Gen. Taylor, should he bucceeJ; yet they ,eein to apprehend their own short coinings in advance. and are afraid torik the whig caudivlate. . Cas,they know, adopts the New York battle cry, 'to the victors be- long the spoils," hence w i;h him, the most up- plidut is ou hi broadest und straightesl road to political honors, ; . . .To have oue hundred thousand in the field to begin with, is a very lair start, and with their usual excellent drilling, almost strikes Old Zich's corps of vol unter ith dismay, but we will risk a fight any how, just to let the old man see he ha some frirnd. ' ' Just think of it. Everyone holding an of fice now of any particular profit is of the Polk school.". This is almost invar iuLlj the case all over the Uuion.atid where will you find one of them opposed to the Baltimore "platform" nominee? There were a few in New York who had the rashness to declare fur Vau Buren, but they soon paid the forfeit of their temerity by the Jos of their offices. Benj. F. Butler is a case in point. Ou the other hand, Gen. Tay lor has declared he has no friends to reward cor enemies to punish heu.ee he has no mer cenaries in bis train. . Every vote in his favor is free, un bought, and. without the promise ol reward. His volunteers fight for pr nvipleand the country good, not to obtain or keep a por tion of the f poils of victory hence, we. again y, the contest in this, respect is txtreinel unequal. A hundred thousand men scattered all over the States, all interested peculiarly, can do a creat deal for Gen. Ca as. Their time and money U free and they are all industrious and persevering. But when the uninterested freemen of the country those who love our institutions and want thrui to descend to their posterity unharmed, when such men see these strong but improper influences that are brought his way at the bid of his country, through hardships and fire and blood, from Fort Harri son to Uuena ist, we trunk, and nope, am predict, that they will nobly come to the res cue. They will cive him a civic wreath tha .will etlipie his military fame, if that were pos sible, for they know that he has given his country a lustre which h worthy to be remem bered and repaU- ' We ask the friends of Taylor not to be dis harlened at the tolid columns ths sirrid ranks that they find against him, but go to the polls with the right ou your side ami you mus prevail, for "truth is eternal and public justic cerlalu."- Wabash Ex. .. Dttr On yesterday after a brief illness Mrs.CiiTiicBi5E . K enscu leb, consort o Mathiaa Rencjiler. , fj-The funeral will take place from the residence of Mr. M- Bnschler, .this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The friends and. '.acquaintances ..r K fmilr ire rrVnectfullT invited t9 attend FOR THE EVANSVH.LE JOURNAL Louisville Oct, 30, P, M. By an arrival at New Orleans from Yucatan we have intelligence from the latter up to the 17ih, which states that 10,000 Indians attacked thegarrifeoii at Yoxoba, and obliged the whites to retire with the loss of 200 killed and Prlso- ners, . ' . ; Gen. Bustamente was to march against Tarn pico with 1,000. ' Advices from South America state that a battle was fought in Venezuela between Pez, and the Government troops in which the for mer were defeated wMi the loss of 600 killed and taken prisoners. The battle was fought at Curoro. Cincinnati Oct. 30, P.M. The River has ri-sen 18 inches, and a consid erable rise from llie Kenhawa. There is no rain. , Sülesof FltMir at 63,73 to 83,611. Sales of whisky al 17i. " , , . , .Grain and Provisions remain unchanged. PlTTSBCEO, Oct. 30, P. M. . There is 4 feet I inch water in the channel and falling. OmcuL Vutb of GtoRoiA. The Augusta Chronicle, of the 16th, says the official Jvote in all the counties but Appling, in' the late Congressional election, show a locofoco ma jority of 213. Appling isr?ported 8 locofoco majority. . , NOTICE. At rf meeting of the Common Council, of tin city of EcaastilU, October 21, 1818. thejolloicui" order was passed , to vil: . It i ordeicd that the ovvneis of lots front inj on Wjter and LnMHt Sireet., betweetf Water and, JSecon l Sireetjaml the owners ol lots fronting on Main street between Walci uul First ISircetf. he r? quired, previous to he fiist day of December ncxl, !' cover aaicl otteels, between said points,' wiiii giavC six inches deep, nnd ' to 1 y stone gutte'S OJ' e.trli side ol said streets, tour fuel iviJe, with ihiee rows of brick? set edje or end wise in .1.- I ... . I lue uoitom 01 sa u iiiieis. me paviuf' stones ol said gutters to be 8 inches deep, lue cu.li next the pivenieut 15 inches deep. uid tho outside curb inches deep; the filter lo be lime iuches deep, and tho hnckt jdnced next the curbing of tlje sido walk. A; d tlso, that said uwi.ers of lots I ty - side- w i Iks on t.nch sido'ot Main stteet, from Wa ter up t First street, twelve feet, wide, am on L-.cusJ, Irotn Water up to Second street. :en f ei wide, and on Waluiit, - fiom Wale opto Second siteet,8 feet wide,' anil thai siid side wulks be laid down by the first da) of April next; n J tt is further ordered j ilia' the owners d lo s flouting on W der street, iietwcen Walnut and Mmn siteet5, previous o tlie first day of December next f hy side wilks between snd points twelve feet wide. od gut .eis three fi et wide' of, stone and btick, in the same manner and of similar in i- leiials as lhu- previoolj mentioned ' '. Tht whole Of siid work to bs done' tinder iht t'irectioii i.f the Alayor and City Surveyor. Notice is thcrelore given tint unless the nviiers of stid lo's comply with said ordei vvitliin the time therein appointed, the Coin noii Council will proceed lo litre said work done, in accordance with the Ordinance , in hit c;i?e made and provided.. ,.; . By order cfthe Cu;icil; ' JOHN J. CHANDLER, Oct. 23. 1818... V. . Cittf Clerk. FAI.X. AXD WINTER DRY GOODS, IUP Received by .M. W, t'osi er, at the corner of Main nnd Pirat stretU. a lorireaad ireneial an- üortniKt ot'Stale ami Fancy Dry ijood. uituble tor the present and annroaeniu seisous, conistin2 in nart of French and lOiu'lis-h lJlack. lilue.Ureen.oIivc nn.l Cadet; b-4 tl Ui, Caii.iiaere,hattiiK?tt8, 1 weed Jenns, Liu-t vs, KlaniK-Ls suuurior and common tied tnd over Ojut blankets, l'nnts, üin:!iams, Du.nn L:imi rii!ie and .Ma Ion 1'I.iidi and Stripes, l'lain and V .nirvd Alimeea Lustres. Uik atia'strinc. Movie and lirnrcd CasMinres. superior lien Gro Do I'ive, Italian and Plaid dks; iSil k. Velvet, iaiin; silk. Linen and Lile Lace, and Ldgings, Fringes, Buttons Flowers, KiblK)ti9,A:c., &e. Alo tiO Cacs liuots, Ihk-s, Hats, Cap. Bon net ic. makiiicr uiv apMortmen verv fpnernl. lesim- ble and cotnpltte. I wuukl respectfully invite the attention of purchaser tcall and examine ihetock. is 1 have no toutt, it vtoulil be to the interest ot both .artie, ns 1 am determined to sell at the lowest i ru-e lor cash, or in exchange tor produce. ocl 15 . 1 . M. W. f Ub l vAM)i:imuiuai circuit couiit. VN a.ljurnetl Term ot the September Tern of the Vanderburgh Circuit, .for the year 18 td will he held at the Court House iu Evansville, oo the 14th day of NovetnU-r 1Ü13. All otlicers and Traverse Jurors o said court, ana partie1 litigant are hereby notified to attend. , tAML T. JrlNKlNS.Cl'k ot the ane'erourh Circuit CourU ocl JO-Jw-pl $1 ' - - - - - - - - STATU OF INDIANA, i Vanderburgh County. In the 1'roiKite Court of Vanderburgh County. In vacatio.-. OctotnT Co, 1318. William Harper VS ) John E MiCadestcr, Jot-eph MtCaIl- Petition for ester. Cue Harnett, John E- Uarnett j 1'artition. NOW at thi.4 tiiive comes the above nam til Wil liam Harper by Wm A. Wandell, his solicitor atul file in the otlice of the Clerk of the I'robate Caurt of VanderiMirjIi County, his certain Petition lor Partition , and it satisfactorily appearing by the atlidavit of a iintero.ied eron, this day filed in the C'erk's oll'ioe tWoresaid. t!ut a!l vf the- above namtul d u udanu are non -residents of the State ot Indiana, . , ' i .t , Therefore notice -is hereby given to the above named defendants, that anltM they appear and plead to or answer aid petition on or lo-tore the callinot thiscaufe at the next term i said court 10 oe neiail th Court House in Evansville on the third Monday in November next, the matters and thinsjs therein contained, will be lieant and determined in tneir aJ sence. - . SjAM'L.TJCNJvLN'S, Clerk. , ItELIOVAL Of the New York Cheap Store To the Brick Store on Main Street, for merly occupied by Ytillmm Hughes. AVIIOLCSALt: AND RETAIL. R' lCHAltD UAL.fcUCll, returns bis thanks to the uublu. lor past lavors and solicits n eontmnn. Han ot the sal no. 1 am just receiving fiom 'ew Vork and Philadelphia a large and splendid stock ol Drv Uoods. conf istinir m part ol stincrtine L bths. Cassimeres,' Sattinetta, and rich estings. Hats, Oaps, Water lroof Uoots and t?hoes, Ladies Gaiters and r ine choes ot superhne quality A large and splendid slock of Domestics of every kind; i.k, (Jingaux, and cotton 'Umbrella; a large tock ol Ladies wear, such as bombazines. Fancy colored Alpacas, and Delanes, French, Kiilih,nnd American Calicoes, Ginghams, cVc; a lare assort- niont of Eight Day and "1 hirty Hour Cl.cke, Io,k tilnss's, and almost every article in the Dry Uoods line. .Also, i?alt, and Groceries of every kind nt Vhfle.3!. nil of which willlx? ld at reionrkahlv tow prices for cash or any kind of merchantable pro i i ....... l. . - r 1 1 l : . i . . nui'e. uouuirj iiicnuims in uini it intir lnierebt to call and examine my goods and prices, as I am de termined to sell as low as anv house weft of the Mountains. K1CUAKD KALlilGIL oct26-3m SIGN, ANEIt ami FAXCV PAINTING. GEO. G. WALKER Les leave to offer his scr vices to his friends, citizens of Evansville and vicinity, as a Sign, llauner and Fancy Pain ter, lie has iust returned home Ironi Cincinnati where he served in one of the best shops and under the eye of un accomplished master of his profession, and has commenced business for himstli, trusting to the encouragement of old friends and a generous public, and determined by cloe application to till further, perfect himself in the art. - Those having work to do, are respectfully invited to call and con sult with him.' Shop on M ain Street, over Mr. Wm. Hughes Store, entrance on Second street. ' Prompt attention will be riven to all orders from ncighltoring towns. Terni liberal. oct23 tf NOTICE TO EPICUKES. WE are in receipt of part of our stock purchased by our Mr. AUis in New York and L$ot.ton, wilh an eye to the tastes of our friends and cuMt. in ert, that are lonü of good living, which will te found enumerated below, and we invite a call lioin tho.se w ishing to purchase. Oct 23 ALLI3 &. I10WE3. . LOIISTKllS Received per steamer Dove from Uoton, lOO cans fre-h Lolters, hermetri'-ally bcaicdi for sale by oc23 ALLIS Jo HOWES. F It KS 1 1 Codßsh Ac. Received jr steamer Dove ;0 cans lresh Codhsh, 50 cans Ir 'h iral- mon, lor sale by oe 23J ALL1S &. HOWLS. Flinsil Plackerei Arc Just received from Boston, 50 cans fresh Mackerel; 200 can i fresh Oysters: for sale by oc23 ALLLS &. IUWES. SARDIXUS-Just received from Boston per steamer .Gladiator, luO cans pickled Lobsters; 00 loxes Sardines, iui sale by oct -23 ALLlS & HOWES. PICXI LKS Just received from Boston, 10 cases Win. Underwood's Tickles assorted. Walnut Catsim Yeat I'owder, , Tepper Snuce, Cnpt Caper!, ALL1S & HOWES. IorsJcv toc2JJ 13RESERV1-IS Received ier steamer Gladiator 2 cases Canta Cringer, 2 do Underwood's Currant Jelly, Z do do LlacktK-rry Jell, 2 do do -Ise'd. Kid Fruiu, For sale by foe IS A1L1S &. HÜWE.. SI'ICES, A c. Received and for ule, .. 5 bags Ground Ginger, . 5 (Id do Capid, 5 do do fcpice, 23 . do , do Pepittr, , 5 do . prepared Cocoa. . . . 20 do . do Chocolate; . -For sale by oc 23 ALLIS &, II0WK3 FIGS Jut rec ived and fretJi, , , 100 Drums Figs, . . i - 3 bbls Currants, , , - , 8 tierces Almond.', For sale by . oc 2JJ ALUS &. HOWIES. I UST received from Doston, '50 Coils ass'd size Manilla Cordage, 20,e.0 tiunny liags 21 buslkt-Js, 23 boxes Sperm Candies, 50 . do Lubick Herring, 3d cases Boston Mustard, loo boxes lancy Toilet and Shaving Soap, For sale by oc 23 . ALLIS Je HU W ES. JUST received from New Oilcans, 50 bngs Rio CutRe, 2 Tierces fresh Rice, 25 doz. Pockets, ' 23 Nests Tubs, 5 bb!s No 1. Mackcnd, 10 do lioaf Sugar, For als by oc 23J ALLIS & HOWES. ri'OIIACCO Jut received Irom rahiniore. J.' 50 boes ajt'd brands Virginia Tobacco, 2.XHX) 'do For sale by do Havanna Ci gars, oc 2-J ALLLS vV I IO W ES. JOII3 FONUA A CO.. llrlnJerife Dfilt-nt tit Gitoci:iin:s AM) FRUITS No. 50:1 Maim SrRrEr, Lfisvn,i,r, Ky. (.A-l joining Ike B'trnkof Jjonin'iie ) WE its;cctlully call the attention ol country mer chants to our large and well assorted stock of tiroceries and Fruits. Having made our purchases for cash, we are prepared and determined to sell as i)W as anv houc ol the kind in the W estern country. Our stock enibrncea th following articles: GKOCEllIUS C. Sugar, flinerior N. 0., St. Louis crushed and pul verizo.1, and lioBtou and N. Y. double refined; Molasses, sugnr-house and plantation, in barrels and half barrels, and Rio Cotlee; Teas, Gunpowder, Imperial, UIio, and 1 oung lly -n, in 1, 1. t, and 1-16 chests; Pekin Tea Co., Gol fern, den Chol, Nel'lus Ultra, Ooling, Plantation, Im perial, &c; Mackerel, Nos. 1,2, and 3, in bbls, I bbls, and 1 bbls; " ' Shad, pickled, in i bbls; " Codtih, in J rums and boxes; Herring, smoked, various sizes, in boxes; Sardine-, fresh Fish, Ijobsters, Mackerel, Salmon, and Codfish, hermetically sealed, in lb and 1 lb cans; Oysters, pickled, spiced, and fresh cooked; v tMiap, Rosin, Windsor Castile, variegated Sc fancy; Candles, wax, sperm, star, and mould; Saleratus, March, and Rice; Spices of all kinds, ground and unground; Tobncco, a large assortment, various brands; Cigars, regalias, principe, half Spanish, and Cu ba sixes; Snatf, Brooms, Buckets, and Tubs; Par lad. Shot, Nails, and brads; Cap, Letter, ami Wrapping Paper; Percusrio-i Caps, and Marbles ot all descriptions; Pickles, boston, assorted, and Matches; Catsup, tomato, mushtooni, waluut. and Pepper Sauce; Wines. Chanipaine, Tort, Madeira, Catawba, Muscat, and Claret, of various brands; Brandy Clierries and Brandy Trull;.. f ruits, Raisins, Figs, Dates, Prunes, Zante Cur rans,Cttrons, and all other fruits of the season; Nuts, Almonds, Filberts, brszilnuts. Pecans, Pea nuts, Ccoanuts, and English Walnut; l'r-ere. titngw, i'ines pple. Lame, Peach, Apri- cot,Fear,Sinwbmy, &c; - . ! i . Jellie. Currant. Pineapple, and Orange. Terms cah. The highest market price will Ui paid tor all kinds of country produce. EvansTille Journal, will please publish to amount o f?Snd cbargwtbi otiice. Ijon. Jonr. oct 21. - 5 do do 3 do do 10 do do 5 do do Stoves! Stoves?' 1 ' ITIOKE STOVES. JA3IES SCAXTLIN A KO, HAVE ju6t returned from Cincinnati and. Lou's ville with a large and gnlendid asaoriment of the most approved ' ' - Patterns of Stores, - FOR THE FALL. TR-ADEL' Which for Performance and durability are unsurpas sed in the Union, among which will be found the buck's Patent Cooking Stove, (imytvved,) the best Stove in ii'-e. ALo the Queen of the West, and Har ry of the West premium Cool in Stoves, new naf- erns; and the lates ftyle of Double Oven Cooking btoves. ' All sorts of Ileatinr Stoves. Some of the most beaut.ful air-tiht Parlor and Dining Room Stoves we ever saw brought to this City. Six, seven to ten Plate Stoves, new patterns. Rough and .Ready Par lor Stoves. . ' , - Any quantity of Tin Ware on hand as usual which they would dispose of at the very lowest Cixcixxati rKicts, i . s 4 : : . I , Give us a call arid see. for, yourselves at our store on Main street, ont doorirvro B. Nurtie 's Tavem. SeplddvVw. . . . Star Clothing Store. Corner IVIain and First St. Evansville A GUMbERTS, wuuKI inform his friends and Iii the public in general, that he has lately com menced theCLOTIllER bl'MNEtää in his spacious brick building on the corner ! .Main ami r irst streets, Evansville, Ind., where he intends to keep constantly on hand a large and well assorted stock of toshion ' ae and plain seasonable Custom Ready LXado lothinj, x - . r .At Wholesale nud R tail, His sale rooms being the largest and most commo dious in the City, and ins present stock of Wl.YJTU CLOTHING, Being Fresh and New. made up in the latest im proved i'athions he can offer much greater induce ments lor those in want of Clothing and Furnishing Goods, to purchase of him, than can be found at any other place in the. Stale, lie procure his Cloths in very large quantities, and mostly for Cash, which gives him an advantage over those who purchase in small quantites hence tho reason be can undersell all his would be competitors. His Stock now con sists of . ,. OVER, COAT.-?, . ". ' Made up from all the various kinds of Cloths now in use apart of which are :iice Brown, blue, and blue black, heavy broadcloth-.., AUolilue, Drab, and brown, beaver and Ulsnkel Cloths Also, Pilot, Tweed aiid Satinet adopt xl to all kinds of busiucos Heavy Frocks and Sacks, on article which every business and laboring man will tind. just the thing for his comlort. They are made up from the best Styles of Cloths for service, he can find in the mar ket, and warranted to give good satisfaction. Dress and Frock Coats, in great nbundance, made from Gtmnn. French, English and Amciican Clot lis, ol all colors usually worn, which will be found in the atctt style of cut and Finish. A few thousand pie cos of PANTALOONS, New and nice, made from blue, blue black, and Hlack Casiimeres, as coot, as can bo found at the Tailor's. Also, oil kind of Doeskin, Satinet, nnd Satin Vests, of the mo3t choice Patterns. Also boys CJp.;igt underSiiirtsand Drawers, and a large as sortment oi .'ans of all kinds, adapted to Pali and Winter wear u.rni hing Go.k1s lor Gents, such as line white Shirts of kin4- Vlso-ilarnilton Stripe, Twilled Stripe, auJ pn..wnte.lTO Linen Boscnis and Collars, Black and ti.cy Snk Cravats. Woolen Sockf. Suspenders, Gloves, fcicks, belts. Handkerchiefs, Overalls, Uiubrt lias, Grceii Spencers, 1 runks, ccc. oct. fco-u. 1'OIIK .11 EUCH AKTS, LOOK 11ERK! . THE subscribers will be prepared toSlaughterllog Cut and pack pork either in bulk orbnrrelsand also tur rendering lrd, all ot which will be done with neatnest and desuntch. Slauchterin Estab lishmeut btlow the Canal bridge. Jlain street.-:. And their cutting and packing house on Sycamore street, Evansville la. 'lhose ot a distance wishing to cor respond with us, may: rest assured it fhall meet our prompt attention. " JOHN ECHOLS. : JOHN WARP.T JCrPrinceton Clarion insert to amount of SLO0 nnd charge this oil ice. Oct 17 tf 100 lUrre 'a Kenhawa fait for side by fdcc21-tf JOHN SHAN KLIN. SHERIFF'S SALE. . T Y virtue of a decree of the Vanderburgh. Circuit JD Court at its September Term laid, in a suit in Chancery, wherein Thos. Wilson was complainant, and Barney Koyston, Mary Hazard and others were defendanN. and an execution issued thereon, and to me directed and delivered. 1 will as Mienit ot V an (Icrhiircli Countv en the 7th dav of November A. O- l&W at the door of the Com l llouse in the city ot Evansville, between tho hours of 10 o'clock A. M., and b o'clock 1. M.. ot saia day expose to sale at public auction, the rents, issues, and profits for any term not exceeding seven years o'the following real estate mentioned in said decree, namely i the most southerly two thirds of Iot No in the Original Plan of the city of Evansville, beginning nt the al ley, on Chestnut Street, in said city, thence along the line oft aid street; iy feet thence at right angles across said lot, parallel to said alley, to the back line of said Lot; thence along said back line to ibe alley aforesaid and thence along said alley to the place ot beginning. And should no person oiler for said rents, issues and protits a mini suiHcient to satisfy said executiou and costs, I will at the same time and place, by virtue of said execution, expose to pub lic sale, the lee simple ol said premises or ol such pari thereof, as may be necessary to satisfy said execu tion and costs. Said premises are subject to the rijiht of dower of Helen Hazard, widow of G. Haz ard, dee'd. JOHN ECHOLS, S. V. C. ocl 17-3w-pf$3. - - ! In the Probate Court of Vanderbnrgh County, Oc tober ill, 1SI3. John R. Wilcox, AdmVl of Stephen A.- Doolittle dee'd. r.. Henry W. Knotts, Sa lome Kiotts, Jas. Guth rie, Robert Tyler, end the unknown heirs of Stephen A. Doolittle, dee'd. Pet. formale of real estate. ND now at th s time comes the said Adminis trator, by blythe and Chandler, his solicitors, and files his petition herein, suggesting the insuffi ciency of the personal Estate of said dee'd to pay the debts outstanding against said estate, and pra) ing for ths sale of certain real estate, mentioned and descri lied in said petition, and it appearing that the said Henry W. Knott, Salome Knott?, James Outhrie Robert Tyler, and the unknown heirs of said Steph en A. Doolittle dee'd, an all non-residents of the State of Indiana. Therefore notice is hereby given to the said non-icsident defendants, to be and ap pear in this Court, at the next November term there of, to be legun and hajd , at the Court Houe in Ev ansville, Indiana, on the third Monday of November next,and then and there to ?how cause! if any, thej have or can show, why thesaii real estate detcrjlied ia said petition should; not be sold an J made assetajn the hands of said Administrator for the payment l the debts outstanding againstsaid Ei-tate.- " Attest - SÄM L T. JENKINS, Cl'k. by ILJetu.vs, Dept'y. oct 23-3wr-pf $3.' ' A 'LLI3 Sc HOW Kfc have temporarely moved their iA.-t?tock and-office to the new Brick Store, on Svcuiore street, next to Laaghlin's cornerv at which ptacfe they respectfully ' solicit thk friends und the puDiic tngcneralto extend to them the Fame liberal patronage," thev have So lore tniovcd.aiuns felt Ernteiul for, and will always endeavor to-deserve. Sp20. LAAD AM) TOWN LOTS FOR S A 1. i:. I WILL sell at private sale a tract of Land ndjoin illlT Evansville. contninimr atuint twentr vevt n acre; also, ten or litteen Lotsin the upjer enlarge ment ot Evansville, all of which I will sell on reason able terms in quantities to suit purchasers Thete wishing to purchase Land or Ix)ts, will lind it to thei JJTl to apply immediately; , Ev A. CORBKT, Apent, FALL COODS. v 17 TIJ3T, received a low cases vl .rny Fall stfck, a J r.vongst which are some Linen Edgings, Laces silk nnd worsted Fringes &.c. - - - : ; C oct5. - ' ; M. W.FOSTER Canal Letting. KOTICE TO CONTRACTOKS. . THE undersigned Trustees of the Wabajdi and ' Erie Canal, hereby give notice that they will re ceive sealed proposals ät Point Commerce in (Jreene County, Indiana, on the 15th day ol November next, for the construction of 17 miles of said Canal, exten ding along the valley of the west fork of White River, from Point Commerce to the village of Newberrv in said County. On this division, there are to be co ssructed 6 Lift-Locks, ond Gunrd-Lock.adam across Whita River, 12 teet in height and over 400 feet in length together with the usual variety of work be longing to a Canal. The line will be divided into sections averaging about hall a mile in length. At the same time and placeVproposals will be re ceived Jor.the performance of a pari of the Rock Ex cavation it tU PatoLa Snirtmit, in Pike G)nty. This tcction will embrace near 20,CCO cubic yards of solid lock, varying in depth from 4 to 15 leet, to gether with a portion of earth excavation. The work to be doue will be ready for inspection for two weeks, previous to the day of letting, during which time' all necessary information will begivtn b'v the Resident Engineer. Payment will be made as the work progresses, in par IuikIs. CHARLES DUTLER, , A. M. IT'ETT, Tru,u; A 1 IIVI. 11 iL.lVU. CrricE of the Board of Tevsteks, ) Terre-Uaute Ind.,Sep.7 113,. ,J . sep 13-td- .; . . A CARD. THE undersigned having purchased the interest of S. C. Johnson in the Livery Stable, ttnders his services to the public and solicits a continuation of favors. His stable is at the old stand on Vine street, between the Johnson House and the river, where he can at all times be found, ready to wait upon ths public. He intends to keep good stock, and his Charges shall be in accordance w ith the times, oct 7-tf. ' JAMES WHITE. NEW GOODS AGAIN!!! f UST received per Steamers North Carolina and J. Q-. Adams, 13 packages more oi our Fall and Winter Stock. - Which now comprises blue mixed and gold mixed Jean; hie and blue Mack. Pilot cloths and blue Flushings; Blankets; Linseys; brown Cottons nd Satlinets. ; .. - ; Ulack plaid mourntTtg and fancy Ginghams, En- glidr mourning, oil colored; Furniture, tluc and orange and new style fane Prints. t Combe, Buttons aud Threads; bl'k plaid English Silk Cravats; Artificials; Ribbons and r lorenee braid bonnets; bl'k and colored silk Fringes and (J imps; ladies bl'k lace silk Mitts and Gloved; Waddings; Padding and Canvass. Figured Salesbury Flannels; plain bl'k Satin Stri peil, liigured Mohair and real Alpticca LustresjRich figured colored Imperial and silk checked Lamar tine!. Infant fancy velvet: Bov's velvet and Cloth: Men Cloth, velvet, fur, cloth fur trimmed, point Print, glazed ana i iusn caps. K. v. black and drab wool Hats; rash Angola, Nutria, Russia and b. b and L. Crowned l'ianter, Monterey and Dueria Vista Hats, ... . . The above addition makes; our assortment com plete with the exception of boots and Shoes; which we are looking (or daily. , . :We have made such arrangements that we will be receiving New Goods the whole of the nrescnt a eon and will sell at low prices. Sep 15. ' J. IL MACULE t Co. . FANCY CONFECTIONARY. - Augustus Hiagen. n WÖULTF repectfulIywinform thedt1zens rf Evansville that he has lately opened a Fancy Confectiojiary. store on First ftreett above Main, where h6 intends, always' to keep' on hand a large and spleTidid assortmeiH ol Cakes, CNDIIh, Corpi als, and other fashiouahle drinks, and also in the truit season a varied assortment of Fkcits He would intorni the citizens that as he is a Confection er by trade, every thing in the baking line will bo done by himself, in any shape, size, or mode w is-hed. Having just commenced in business he respectfully requests tint those wihing to purchase anything in hia line would please give him a call, and examine his Work and prices before purchasing else whetc. Oct. 10-tf. , BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS. A FULL and general assortment o jJsS every thing in that line,' namely An "Vvus, wuows, ices, . ccr8w l ixtei RasD. r ilea and Crates. For sale by A., LAUGHLIN ap 25 . ; Wate itrcef uoru vrouL JUST received by the Steamer Colorado, 52 Coils Hotes, assorted eizes; lb' doz. Hemp bedcords; 4 do Six Stren 40 yds. long; 153 lbs Hemp Sowing Twine, 10 lioxes Star Candlos; , 5 da Summer Mould Candles; 2 bbls. Salaratus; 1 IfcjxCaps, (Kouph and Ready;) oct i7 u. Venn cm an &.cq TO the qualified . Voters of Vanderburgh County Mtntc of Indiana. You will take no ice that an Election w ill beheld by the qualified Voters of sail County at the Uruat places ot holding Elections in said County, on the 7tn day of Novem ber A. I)., ldltJ, to elect twelve Electors ot President and Vice President of the United States, s prescrib ed by law. itness my hand this 12th day of Octobct- A. D.. IS43. , JOHN ECHOLS, S. V. C. oct 11 d&.w tc, . TO LET. : . : " A CONVENIENT Dwelling-house now occu pied by the subscriber. , t or terms apply at the 6tore of Sy 3d OLIVER LAPP HYDRAULIC CEMENT. A FULLsuply of this article Iresh from the wills t. together w iih the best of Roach lime. For sale by the batrel- A. LAUG11LIN, ap25 Water street. IRON. A LARGE and general asFortmcnt of all sizes a LX. Common bar. Flat, Round and Square. Broad md Narrow band. Axe aud Hoc. bar. Plow Bar, Plow Moulds and dabo. Nail end mall Rods, ' to gether with an sizes usually called lor in the abort ine. For aala by - A.' LAUG H LIN p 25 - Water st. . PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.-' I HE undersigned - has opened a. Private Boarding House in the Brick Buildingon Wm ; ter Stretu. above M ain. known as the WhraJ er llOUSC. My Object h tO keep a house for the ac commodation of Gentlemen prtncijally. ' Thera arer however, three or lour very pleasant rooms irf the I I itf n viril am n Iia 1 . . .) .! . 1 ouuou ntiiv.il itu iaj liutu uuior ine accommoaation (if small families. ,'Tbe table 1iaUnot.be surpassed by any in the city.' . ' ' ' '-" 1 1 ivor. m A.rAUivow imiti. Vc r "