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Knowing the above rates to be liberal and much less than is charged in other cities and town for sim ilar work, we make known our intention to be guid ed hereafter by them; and to prevent any misuuder stanJing, wodcem it expedient to publish this on the inide pages of our p ipers for one month, that all persons may have an opportunity of making them selves acquainted with the rates hereafter to be charg ed by us respectively. w.w. h. chandler a co. younglove &sullivan. 11. c. huntington. oMMiMnntiii mnaw i am A locofoco paper says that "honest men re pudiate Gen. Taylor." Gen. Persifer F.Smith, who is a democrat, says that he has seen "Aim tried under all circumstances, and he altcay came out pure gold!". We think that very few iifn will be found to repudiate that article. Curious. An editor bomevt here in the west has become so hollow from being dependent on the printing business alone for bread,' that he proposes sidling himself to some gentleman, to be used as a stovepipe. A Good Joke. A coach standing across a pathway in Boston, two gentlemen coming up, requested the coachman to raove. He would not, and a lady (?) w ho had just alighted, came to the door of the tdiop in which she was, and indolently told the coat lima n not to stir. Then upon the two gentlemen pa$' in at one coach door und out at the oilier, to the extr.-rne dis imjosiirc of another lady who wai inside the coach, lit-tier tili, a party of sailors coming up, followed th e gentlemen aud scram bled through the carriage after them. Thrilling Incident ax the Mesagebie IS'üBLEG ALLAN TU Y OF THE LlO.N. Oil Thurs day of last week, during the heavy storm ol wind aud rain, while 1 lie exteusive collection of wild beasts in the Menigerie of Messrs. Khyinond & Waring, were iti the village ol Norvvalk, a feature was introduced in the exhi bition not previouly annonced in the bills. About four in the alieruoou a violent gust ol wiiiJ blew down the canvass which forms the large avil!ioti, completely envelloping the spectators and cages of animals in one com mon mass of confusion. The accident hap pened at thj lime when Miss Adelina, the Lion Queen, as she is stvled. was nerfiirminc - , ,r- . ...Q in the den of beasts, and as the fright of the animals rendered them seemingly unconlrola ble, great fears were entertained for the safetv of that interesting young young. At this mo ment a sceue of inclescrible terror aod confu sion Dresented itself. The roaring of .the terrified beasts, the screams cf women and children, and the 'pel ting of the pitiless storm wiihou, rendered the scene trulr appalling. The panic, howev er, was but momentary, as the prompt and en ergetic measures taken by the mauxg-rs soon cleared tha wreck, no persons having received the slightest inquiry. Luithe most intensely interesting remains to be told. The uproar among the lions, tigers and leop ards in the performing cage gave rise that they were devouring Miss Adelina. In the next nstant the canvass was.stripped from the cage, when a tableaux preseuted itself such as would defy either poet, painter or sculptor to portray with accuracy. In the centre of the den, a voung and beau tiful lion, (the same recently presented to Gen. Cass by the Emperor of Morocco,) in a ram- Tant position, formed the strong feature of the picture; beneath one of his hiudteet lay stretch cd the dead body of a leopard, and struggling within the invincible grasp of his fore paws were the User and sumng leopard, la the opposite end of the cage, transfixed as a stat ute of marble, with dauntless eye and majes tic attitude, the same as when she comraauds the wild beasts to crouch at her feet, stood the Lion Queen. Miss Adelina. The young lady states that the two leopards' and th tiger made X U t i.iw IViJr.iCii t!i- caiiWu v.js Vowu d)ru, a Ii t were. repu1. fd by the. 'noU i i liantrv . cf th lion, bounded between them and protected her in the manner defccribed." The presence of the keener, Mr. Pierce, soon reduced the savage croup to subjection, and the Lion Queen was F ,r ., tiapptiy reuerea irom iurnier participation in this extra performs nce.i. . I rue bun. REPORTED FOR THE EVANSV1XIJ3 JOURNAL Cincinnati, Nov. 6, P. M. To-day the river has fallen 5 inches wea er cold. Sales of Flour at S3 68 J to 83 75.- Grain unchanged. Whisky 161 to 16. Cheese 61. Groceries unchanged. Linseed Oil C7Ic. Green hams 4J to 5c. NOTICE TO EPICURES. WE are in receipt of part uf our stock purchased by our Mr. Allis in New York and Boston, with nn eye to the tates ot ourlnends and custom ers that are lond of good living, which will be found enumerated below, and we invite a call trom those wishing to purchase. Oct 23 ALLIS & HOWES. L OUSTERS Received per steamer Dove from Horton, 100 cans fre.-di Lobsters, hermetriallv sealed; for sale by oc23 ALLIS &, HOWES. Fit ES II Codfish Ac. Received per steamer Dove f0 cans fret-h Codfish, 50 cans fr th Sal mon, lor sale by oc 23J ALLIS &. HOWES. FRESH Mackerel Ac. Just received from Boston, 50 cans fresh Mackerel; 200 cant fresh Oysters: for sale by oc.-M ALLIS &, II WES. S.RDINESJu3l received from Boston per steamer U India tor, 100 cans pickled Lobsters; 2O0 boxes fcardines, tor sale by Oct 23 ALLIS &. HOWES. PICKLES Just received from Boston, 10 cases Wra. Underwood's Tickles assorted, 5 do do Walnut Catsup 3 d. 10 do 5 do For ale by do do Yeast Powders, Pepper Siuce, Capot Capers, ALLIS &, HOWES. do loc23 PRES ER V ES -Received per steamer Gladiator 2 caes Canta Ginger, 2 d Underwork's Currant Jilty, 2 do do .Blackberry Jelly, 2 do do -tss'd. IV Fruits, For sale by foe 23 A LL1S HOW ES. SPICES, Ac Received and for sale, 5 bajrs Ground (iiner. b do do Capid, 5 do do JSpice, 25 do do repper, 5 do prepared Cocoa. 20 do do Chocolate; For sale by oc 23J A LLIS &. HOWES FIGS Just reo ived and fresh, 100 Drums Firs. 3 bbls Currants. H tierces Almonds, Fit sale by oc 23 A LUS & HOWES. JUST received Irom Boeton. 50 Coils ass'd size Manilla Cordaire. 20,000 Ounny Bog., 21 bushels, 23 Boxes Sperm Candles, 50 do Lultick Herring, 30 cases Iloston Mustard, 10O boxes fancy Toilet and Shaving Soap, For sale by oc 23J ALLIS &1IOWKS. I UST received from New Orleans, 50 ba-'s KiotVin, 2 '1 ivrces fresh Kice, 25 doz. Buckets, 25 Nests Tubs, Ibbls No 1. Mackerel, 10 do Loaf Juzar, For sn Is by foe 23J A LLIS Sc HO W ES. "pOHACCO Just received from Baltimore. J. 50 boxes asAl brands Vireinia Tobacco. - 25000 do do Havanna Srgars, For sale by oc 23 ALLIS &. IIOWFi L.IQUOI1S. JUST receivetl a laJe lot of Li juors. liruii lies, ines, &c. I uo?c that are f ud ot a nun rticle lor nckness will please call at nov 1 ALLIS &. HOWES. s HOC JUSTr 1 Wi. 25 Cases HOOTS AND SHOES. rettived ases .Ien a iirosnn Mues; 25 Cases Thick and Ki, Bouts; 23 Cu-ts Women's lace Stitched BMit!; ForjaJeby oct3J ALLlSt HOWES D ALLEY'S Mnsicnl Pain Extractor. More proofs that Dal ley's Magical l'ain 1 Xtrac- lor is U st Medicin? in the world. Evtry day is de- oniiratiii the matclileos virtues ol this article. idters are coming to us from all parts of the Union xpres:-ing gratitude and surprise at the wotidertul ruiiertie it iMsses in ail cases ot burns, riieuma- ism, piles, wounds, &.c. The press abounds in no tices ol its high character as a standard Medicine. ud from the numlur we select the following from he Lland City of the 12th September : Dallev's Mldical rAi.N hxTHACTOR. An inven- ion like this truly wonderful article, so lull of virtues hould be made known to the universe, its cures, in many ca are absolutely beyond belief. Fur hums, senilis, aoret, swellings, pains in the limbs ofall kir ds. uts, wounus,and in every disease ot the uody, where it can be applied externally, it never tails to cure. A insular ca.-e came under our own observation. A nvnd in playins' with a st arp steel pen, ,un it into the palm nl his hand so thnt it came out at the back and hau to be extracted tint way. l he poisonou nature ol tlie ink in ttie wound, as well as the inatru nient itself, caused the hand to swell dreadfully. Dallev's Fain Extractor was applied, and the next lay the swelling had entirely gone down, the paiu iaa leii, ana n.e wuuna wascurtu in a lew aays. Iin.'mrUnt Caution Countcrleits ol my Lxtractor are unbluhingly published to the world in my name. rroteci yourstii, as you vaiue nie, ami tuuiwi, irom these deceptions. am, as every uruzcist in the Uni ted States knows, the sole inventor and proprietor ol Dallev's Magical Tain Extractor; no other bc'1112 has ever made or can make a cram oi it, tor no man liv inn has the secret ot the preparation but niys.ll". The only genuine has my written signature on each label. nil i sold whoW'ale anu retail at ttieOenerai L'epot 2tW Broadway, ISew i ork: and at '.he Nuthrcn De pt-t,15lC AltTllHS street. New Orlcas, my only eentrul Urpot lor tlie Cnutn inc vest. Ii UALLL1. All orders for Aceneiw.orforFain Extractor, must be addressed to J. WKRill l & CO., 131 U AK TR BS street New Orleans, only agents lor the South and W est QrOnly Agents in EvansvilJe, mar23-ly ALLIS & HOWES .SICX,BAXEIi and PAXCY PAINTING. 1EO. G. WALKER besrs leave to offer hisser- vJ vices to his friends, citizens of F.vansville and vicinity, as a Sign, Ranner and 1- ancy Pain ter. He has just returned home Irom Cincin 'alt where he served in one of the best shorn and u jer the eve of an accomplished master of his profession and has commenced business for himself, trusting to the encouragement ol old mends and a generous pub ic. and determined by close application to stil further perfect himself in the art. Those having w -rk to do, are respectfully invited to cad and con c"?f with him. ' Hir4i on M ain Street, over Mr. Wm. Hughes Store . nt ranee on Second stree:. Prompt attention will be given to all orders from neighboring towns. Terms liberal. oct23-tf MIANGES and COCAN UTS. Three bar yj reis ef fine Havana Oranges; also three barrel Cocanuts, just arrived and lor Sale cheap bo nov. 6. IL JACKSON JOIIX FOIVDA & CO., W hoi et.de ifrtttlert in GROCERIES ANU FRUITS No. 503 Mais Street, Locisvii.le, Ky. Adjoining the Bank of Louitcille ) ÄT7"E i espectfully call the attenöa of country mer v V chants to our large and wen aborted stock ol Oroceriea and Fruits. Having made our purchases for cash, we are prepared and determined to sell as low as any house of the kind in the Western country, i . t- ii uur stoeü embraces ine lonowing articles: GROCERIES Sugar, superior N. O., St. Louis crushed and pul verizod, and Boston and N. Y. double refined; Molaxses, sugar-house and plantation, in barrels and half barrels, and Rio Coliee; Teas, OuniHJwder, Imperial, Olio, and Young Hy son, in 1, I. I, and 1-16 chests; Ft kin Tea Co.,Gol den Chop, Ne Fius Ultra, Ooling, Plantation, Im perial.&jc.; Mackerel, Nos. 1,2, and 3, in. bbls, i bbli, and i bbls; Shad, pickled, in i bbls; Codfish, intfrums and boxc?, Herring, smoked, various sizes, in boxes; Sardines, fret-h Fish, I jobsters, M ackert 1, Salmon, and Codtish, hermetieallv sealed, in lb and Ibcans; Oysters, pickled, spiced, and lreh cooked; Soap, Iio--in, Windsor Castile, variegated & fancy; f ii... i ii onuuies, w ax, siierui, star, auu mouiu; Saleratus, Starch, and Rice; Spices of all kinds, ground and ungrounJ; 'lobacco, a largd assortment, various brands; Cigars, regalias, princijws, half Spanish, and Cu ba sixes; Snulf, Brooms, Buckets, and Tubs; Bur Lead, Shot, Nails, and Brads; Cap, Letter,.and Wrapping Taper; Tercussion Caps, and Marbles ofall descriptions; Tickles, Boston, assorted, and Matches; Catsup, tomato, mushroom, walnut, and Fcpper Sauce; Wines, Champaigne, Port, Madura, Catawba, .uuscat, and Claret, ol various brands; Brandy Cherries and Brandy Fruits; Fruits, RaUins, Figs, Dates, Trunes, Zante Cur- rans, Citrons, and nil other fruits of the M-ason; Nuts, Almonds, Fillerts. Brazilnuts, Tecans, Pea nuts, Cocoa nuts, and Kngliah Walnuts; Preserves, Oingcr, Pineapple, Lime, Teach, Apri cot, Tear, Strawberry, ic; Jellies, Currant. Pineapple, and Orange. Terms cash. The highest market price will be paid tor all kindj of country produce. tjvansville Journal, will olease publish to amount of 3, and charge this ollice. Iau. Junr. oct 21. FALL ANDSWINTER DltY COOUS, I UST Receivetl by M. W. Foster, at the corner of Main and First streets, a large and general as- sortmet ol Maple and rancv Dry doods. suitab e for the present and approaching seasons, conitinr in part of French and Englii-li Black, Blue, Orcen, Olive and Cadet; f-1 Cloth, Cassimcres.Sattinetts. Tweeds Jeans, Linseys. Flannels, superior and common Bc-d and over Cont Blankets. Prints, Oinghams, Delanes Lamortine and Madona Plaids and Striies, Plain and Figured Alpacca Lustres, Uik Satin stripes, Mode and Figured CasMineres, siirx-rior Ben Oro Do Rive, Italian and Plaid Silks; Silk, Velvet, Satin; Silk, Linen and Lisle Lace, and Edgings, Fringes, Buttons, Flowers, Ribbons, & a, &c. Also CO Cases Boots, Shoes, Hats, Cap?, Bon nets &c, making my assortmen very general, de.-ira-blc and complete. 1 would respectfully invite the attention of purchasers to call and examine the stock, as 1 have no boubt, it would be to I he interest of both narties, as I am determined to tell at the lowest price for cash, or in exchange lor produce. oct 13 M. W. tUifJ EK. Stoves! Stoves! ITIOIl STOVES. JAMES SCANT LIN SON, HAVE just returned from Cincinnati and Lou'e ville with a large and splendid assortment of he most approved Pattern of Stoves, FOR THE FALL TRADE! Which for pei fonnance and durability are unsurpas sed in the Union, among which will be found the lluck s l atent Cooking Stove, (imyroved,) the best Stove in use. Also the Queen of the est, and Har ry of the West premium Cool ing Stoves, new pat i rn?; and the fates style of Double Oven Cooking Stoves. All sorts of Ileatine Stoves. Some of the most beautiful air-liirht I'arior and Dining Room Stoves we ever saw brought to thif City. Six, seven to ten late Moves, new patterns. Rough and Ready l ar- or Stoves. Any quantity of Tin Ware on hand as usual which they would dispose of at the very lowlst Cincinnati r RICES. (jive us a call and see for yourselves at our store on Main street, ont door from B. Nurrie's Tavern. Sep ISdJLw. Star Clothing Store. Corter XVZain and First St. vansville A tit MB U UTS, would inform his friends and the public in general, thai he has lately com- meiiccu tlit'Ll.ui iiiic li l . l n ins epaciout- brick building on the corner ol .Main and r irsl streets. L vansville, Ind., where he tntemU to keep constantly on hand a large and well assorted stock ot lachion able a 'id plain wafonaMe Custom Heady Z&ade lo tningV At W hulesale nnd II tail, His sale nnjma bemii the largest and most commo dious 111 the City, and iu present stock of UI.MLIt CLUTlllU, Beins Fresh and New. made no in the latest im proved Factions he can otfer much grealer induce i uen Is for those in want of CiJthing and Furnibhin (ods, to purc hase ol lum, than can be found at any other place in the State. He procure his Cloths in very large quantities, and mosily lor Cash, which gives him an advantage over those who purchae in small qualities hence the reason he can undersell all his would be competitors. His Stock now con sists of OVER COATS. Made up from all the various kinds of Cloths now in use a part of w hich are nice Brown, Clue, and Blue Black, heavy Broadcloths. Also Blue, Drab, and Brown. Beaver and blanket Cloihs Also, filot. 1 weed a nd Satinet adopt xl to all kinuftoi bunts Heavy Frocks and Sacks, an article which every business and laboring man will find just the thing lor his comfort. I hey arc made up trom the best tyles of Cloths for service, he con hnd in the mar ket, and warranted to give good satisfaction. Dress and Frock Coats, in creat abundance, made from Oer Jian. French, English and American Cloths, ol all colors usually worn, which will be found in the atest style of cut and Finish. A few thousand pie ces of PANTALOONS, New and nice, made trom Blue. Blue Liack, and Black Ca ssi meres, ns jjooa as can be found at the Tailor's. Also, all kinds of Doeskin, Satinet, and Satin Vests, of the most choice Patterns. Also Coys Clothing, under Shirts an l Drawers, and a Innre as sortment of Caps ofall kinds, adapted to Fall and Winter wear, r urnishing uoodi lor uents, sucn as fine white Shins of all kinds. Also Hamilton Stripe, Twilled Stripe, and plain white Shirts, Linen Boscms and Collars, Black and Fancy Silk Crayats Woolen Socks, Su?pendtrs, (iloves. Stocks, Bells, nandkerchicfs,Ovcraiis, Umbrellas, Ureen Spencers, Trunks, Sec. oct. 20-if. "VANDEKiiUItGH CIHCUIT COÜItT. AN adjourned Term of the September Term of the Vanderburgh Circuit, for the year 1848 w ill ! held at the Court House in Evansville, on the 14th day of November 1S4S. All officers and Traverse Jurors of said court, and parties litigant are hereby notified toattend. SAM'LT. JLNKlNS.Cl'k of the Vant'eiburgh Circuit Court, oct 30-3 w-pf $1 Öäipllll Canal Letting. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. 'TMIE undersigned Trustees of the Wabash and Erie Canal, hereby give notice that they wiil sealed proposals at Point Commerce in Urei re- ceive iounty, Indiana, on the 15th day ol November next, . wwuiiiictM, III UICTIIC in g aiopg me valley ol the west lork ot White River, m Point Commerce to the village of Nu.lrrv in from sa . . t - . - va b j 111 LoiintV. On t hl diviinn tf.ro aratAkA ------ ... v. ... wtv w m TUCted 6 Lilt-locks-onil Wwnr&A xwV dim !S . . . , . V - n w wua VA V93 ll'L: . . -s ... inio itiver, ieei in i:eignt ana over 400 leet in length; together with the usual variety of work be longing to a Canal. The line w ill be divided into sections averaging about half a mile in length. At the same time and place, proposals will be re ceived for the performance of a part of the Rock Ex- .v.ti.m ,1ia 1 1. i?n.:. i: i. . u . i l uioivu iiiiiiiiui, in i me vounty. This section w ill embrace near 20,000 cubic yards ol souij rut., varyinR in ueptn irom 4 to id leet, to pettier with a portion of earth excavation. - 1 he work to be done will be ready for inspection i , . . I. n : A . 1 1 I . . . . . F'eviuus uj me oay oi leiung, during which time all necessary information will be given by the Resident Engineer. ' Payment will be made as the work progresses, in par luuus. CHARLES BUTLER, I A. M. PDETT, Trust THOS. H.BLAKE. ' J-C. Office of the liOASn OF I trsTrr 1 . f Terre-Haute Ind., Sep. 7 184Ü eep 13-td. NEW GOODS AGAIN!!! JUST received per Steamers North Carolina and J. 0. Adams, 13 packages more ol our Fall and Winter Stock. Which now comprises blue mixed and pold mixed Jeans; ble and blue black. Filot cloths and blue r lushings; Blankets; Linseys; Brown Cottons -nd Sattinets. Black plaid mourning and fancy Ginghams, En- gu-n mourning, oil coioren; rurniture, blue and orange and new style fane Prints. Combs, Buttons aud 1 breads: M'k plaid Lnzlish Silk Cravats; Artificials; Riblionsand Florence braid lion nets; bl k and colored silk rringes and Ounps; Indies bl'k lace silk Mitts and Uloves; Waddings: I'adding and Canvass. Figured Salesbury Flannels; plain bl'k Satin Stri ped, liigurcd Mohair and real Alpacca Lustres; Rich figured colored Imperial and tilk checked Lamar- tines. Infants fancy velvet; Boy's velvet and Cloth: Mens Cloth, velvet, fur, cloih fur trimmed, point Print, glazed and f lush Caps. R. V. black and drab wool Hals; Fash Angola, Nutria, Russia and B. B and L. Crowned Planter, Monterey and Buena ista Hats. The alove addition makes our assortment com plete with the exception of Coots nnd Shoes; which w e are looking lor daily. We have made such arrangements that we will be receiving New Goods the whole ol the present a son and will sell at low prices. Sep lo. J. II. MAOIIEE . Co. FANCY CONFECTIONARY. Augustus Ilisgen WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Evansville that he has lately opened a Fancy Confectionary store on First street, rbove Main, where he intends always to keep on hand a larce and splendid assortment ol Caks, Candii, Cordi als, and other fashionable drinks, and also in the Iruil season a varied assortment of Fkcits- He would inform the citizens that as he is a Confection er by trade every thing in the baking line will be done by himself, in any shape, size, or mode wished. Having just commenced in business he respectSully requests that those wishing to purchase anything in his line would please give him a call, and examine his Work and prices before purchasing elsew here. UCt. 10-tl- I1LACKSMITIDS TOOLS. A FULL and general assortment o every thing in that line, namely An vils, ltellows. Vices, Screw Plate Rasp. Files and Orates. For sale by A. LAUGIILIN ap23 Wate street XLEEXOVAXi. A LLIS Si. HOW ES have temportrely moved their iT. Stock and office to the new Brick Store, on Sycamore street, next to Lauühlin's corner, at which place they respectfully solicit their friends and the public ingeneral to extend to them the same liberal patronage, they nave so long enjoyed, ol was kit grateful for, and will always endeavor to deserve, Sp-20. L.AXD A KD TOWN LOTS FOR SALE. T WILL sell at private sale a tract of Land adjoin X ing Evansville, containing about twenty seven acres; also, ten or fifteen Lois in the upper enlarge ment of Evansville, alt of which 1 will sell on reason able terms in quantities to suit purchasers These wishing to purchase Land or Lots, will find it to thei jylt to apply immediately. E. A. CORBET. Agent, STATE OF INDIANA Vanderbnrzh County. ) In the Probate Court, Vanderburgh County; in va cation tictober Jl, 1&48. Henry D. Allis, Adm r of 1 James Waters dee'd. Petition to settle said estate as insolvent. vs Fhe unknown heirs of James Waters. BE it remembered that heretofore to wit: On the 11th day of October A.D., 1848, Henry D. Allis Administrator oi tneesiateoi James waters dec a, tiled his petition against the unknown heirs of said Waters, praying leave to settle said estate as insol veut and it satisfactorily appearing that the said unkuown eeirs, are not at this time residents of the State of Indiana. Therelorc notice is herebp given to the said un known heirs, that unless they appear and answer iaid petition on er before the calling of this cau?e, at the next term ol said court to be held at the Court House in Evansville on the third Monday in No vember next, the irmc will be heard and determined in their abience. ' SAM'L T. JENKINS, CTk. nov 2-3w-p f $2. STATE OF INDIANA, Vnnderburirh County. In the Probate Court of Vanderburgh County. In vacation October 26, 1S43. William Harper VS ) John E McCallester, Joseph McCall- Petition for ester, Eneas Barnett, John E. Barnctt) Partition. NOW at this time comes the above named Wil liam Harper by Wm A. Wandcll, his solicitor and files in the office of the Clerk of tha Probate Cnurf of Vanderburgh County, his certain Petition lor Tartition, and it satisfactorily appearing by the affidavit )f a disinterested person, this day filed in i he Clerk's office aforesaid, that all of the above named def endants are non-residents of the State ol Indiana. Therefore notice is hereby given to the above named defendants, that unless they appear and plead to or answ er said petition pn or before the calling ol this cause at the next term of said court to be held at the Court House in Evansville on the third Monday in November next, the matters and things therein contained, will be heard and determined in their ab sence. . SAM'LT JENKINS, Clerk. oc 2S-3w-pf $2 00 TO LET. A CONVENIENT Dwelling-house now occu pied by the subscriber. I-or terms apply at the store of Sep 28 . OLIVER LADD CASH TOIL TAIilOW. THE highest Cash price will be paid for Tallow at the Soap and Candle Manufactory ol Mc INERNY Ät Co.,at Division street. oct30-3m. TRUNKS. Leather Trunks o good quality and low prices; also Car pet Bags ol every variety lor sale at th Cincinnati Clothing Store. AHLERLNG & BRUMMER. nov 4 tl. 1 $ store and lor sale 50 bbl White Lima in good . order and Cheap junel . W. FOSTER. State of Indiana, Vanderburgh County, . In the Vanderburgh Circuit Court. John Shank litt &. 1 William Black. r . James G Jones, John Jones, Martha Jones, James King,Elijah King EI izabet h K i ng, Wil I iam King, Martha King, Louisa Shannon, Sam uel Shannon, Silas Sie- Jhns, Jane E. Scant I in, ames Strntlin Jr, Rob ert M. E. Sttphens, Hen ry C. Stephens, Salita hvans, John P. Evans, DeWittC. Evans, Rob ert M. Evans, and Berry S. Evans. In Chancary. AN now ut this time that is to say on the lTdi day of October A. DM 1848, come the coniplainant'a by James E. Blythe their solicitor, and rile in the of fice of the Clerk of the Vanderburgh Circuit Court, their bill of complaint in the above entitled cause against tha defendants above named, and it appear ing by the affidavit of a disinterested person hied in said cause, that John Jones, Jane King, Elijah King, Martha King, Elizabeth King, and William King, six ot said dt tendants are non-regents of the State ol Indiana; therefore notice is hereby given to the said non-resident defendants of the tiling and pen dency of said bill and that unless they, and eacn of them appear in said Court on the first day of tLo next term thereof, to 1 begun and held at th? Court House in the city of Evansville on the 4th Monday of March next and then and tbrre plead answer cry demur to said bill the matters and things therein will be taken as confessed to be true as against the said non-resiJent defendants and decreed according ly. Attest: SAM'LT. JENKINS. Clerk of said Courn ' By R. Jeskixs, his Deputy. oct 20, p f $ I CXI In the Vanderbugh Circuit Court. John F. Stacer. r.- i Catherine Da kcr, Henry Baker In Chancery. and Charles Baker. AND now at this time, that is to say, on the ZOtlr day of October A. l)., 1S4, the complainant by Baker &. Garvin, his solicitors, comes and tiles in the olfice cf the Clerk ot the Vanderburgh Circuit Court, his bill of complaint in the above entitled cause against the defendants above named, and it appearing by the affidavit of a disintcrstrd pe.son fil ed in said cause, that Catherine Baker, Henry Baker and Charles Baker, defendants, are all non-residonts of the Sate of Indiana. Therefore notice is hereby nven to said defendants of the filing and tendency oi'said bill, and that unless they and each of them appear in said court, on the first day of the next term thereof, tobe began and held at. the Court House, in Uli; viij ui M- ' Ulli? uujaua, vli liiv. nil .tivnuaj in March next, and tlien and there plead answer at demur, to sai i bill, the matters and things thereon . contained will be t&kcn as confessed to l true and decreeed accordingly. Attest: SA31 Li T. JEN KINS, I l k.. By R. Jexkixs, Dept'y. oct 25-3w-pf f 2. STATE OF INDIANA. Vauderburgh County. I ' Probate Coutt Vanderburgh County, ia vacation. October 25, 19. James T. Wnl'ier, Adm'r of Joseph Finey. dee'd. VS. The unknown heirs of Joseph Finey deceased. Fet. to sell real es tate. AND now at this time comes the said Adminis ttator. and files his petition, pravins for the sale of the real estate of the said Joseph Finey dee'd; and it satisfactorily appearing that the unknown heirs of the said Josep'i iincy dec d are not at this time res idents of the State of Indiana. Therefore notice is hereby riven to the said unknown heirs of the said Joseph Finey dee'd, to appear at or before the calling of this cause at the next term of said court to be held at the Court House in Evansville. on the third Mon day in November next, then and there in said court to show cause it any they nave or can 6iiow wny tne real estate ot the said Joseph Finey dee'd should not be sold and made assets in the hands of the said Ad ministrator for the payment of the debts and demands outstanding against said Estate. oct26-3w-prg2. SAM'L T. JENKINS, CPk. In the Probute Court f Vanderburgh County, Oc tober 21. 143. John K. Wilcox, Adm'r. of Stephen A. Doolittle dee'd tt. Henry W. Knotts, Sa V Pet.forsaleof real estate. lome Knotts, Jas. Guth rie, Robert Tyler, and the unknown heirs of Stephen A. Doolittle, dee'd. 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 tiersonal Estate of said dee'd to pay th debts outstancing against said estate, and praying for the sale of certain real estate, mentioned and descri bed in said petition, and it appearing that the said Henry W. Knotts, Salome Knotts, James Guthrie 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-iesident defendants, to be and ap pear in this Court, at the next November term there of, to be begun and held at the Court House in Ev ansville, Indiana, on tne third Monday of November next, and then and there to show cause if any they have or can show, why the sai J real estate described in said petition should not be sold and made assets in the hands of (aid Administrator for the payment of the debts outstanding against said Estate. Attest: SAM'L T. JEN KINS, Cl'k. Py R.Jcygis, Dept'v. oct 25-3w-pf fi In the Vanderburgh Circuit Court Samuel Orr. v. Charles F. Parker, and Sarah Chjncerv- Parker, his wife, Richard Jenkins f la " ainc"77 James M. Chute. John Shsnklin, and James M.Johnston. j A ND now at this time, October 20, 1843, comes r the complainant, by Baker &, Garin, their so- licitors. and files in the office of the Clerk ol the Van derburgh Circuit Court, his biil ol complaint in the above entitled cause against tne aeienuants aoovo named, and it appearing by the affidavit of a disin terested persen filed in said cause that Charles F. Parker, and Sarah Parker bis wife, and Sauf 1 M. Johnston thiee of said defendants are non-residents of the Slate of Indiana. Therefore notice is hereby given to the said non resident defendants, of the fil ms and pendency of said bill, and that unles they and each of them appear in said court on the first day of the next term . thereol, to be begun and held at the Court House in the city ofEvansviile on the 4tn Mon day of March next, and then and there plead, answer or demur to said bill, the matters and things therein contained will he taken as confessed to be true as a- hainst the said non-resident defendants and decreed accordingly. At st: SAM'LT. JENKINS, CPk. By R. Jeski5S, Dept'y. . oct 23-3w-pf 2,50. NEW GOODS AND 1VE1V HOUSE. THE store formerly occupied by Mrs. Tiixisto.v corner of Main and Second Streets, is now occu pied by THEODORE and JOSEPH VENNEMAN as a Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods Store. They have on hand a full assortment ol Fancy Goods, suchas, Casimere and Muslin Delain Shawls, silk and Muslin Delain Handkerchiefs, Lady's and Gen tlemen's Cravats, plain black and plain mode colored Lustre and California plaids, Marino and Bombazine black Silk 1 yurd wide, Linen Lace and Edgings at a very low price, a good variety of Cotton Lace and Edging new styled. Silk Fringe lor Dresses, and a good assortment of Trimmings, heavy brown Mus lin, brown and bleached Drilling, line Cloth and Cas fdmere, Cassinet, Jeans, and a large asso.tment ol Cotton Goods for Pantaloons and Coats, Boots and Shoee, and Fur Hats. To our friends and the public in general, we'res pectfully invite them to call and examine our stock and prices before purchasing. e respectfully tender our thanks to tlie public for the very liberal patronage extended to us in eur for mlr House, and we hope by punctual attendance to business to merit a share of patronage. Don't forget call, as we get new goods every two months. T. Sc J. VENNEMAN, IT Main Street!