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Tin DAILY TAT ft n i VOL. 1. EVANSVILLE, A., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1848. NO. 185 ... Advertising Price in Kmnsville Papers. 1 feauire of l lin.. one insertion. " each additional insertion, U0,2j do do do : do do do one week, two weeks, one month, two months three months, six months, 2,50 4,) r.,ou 7,50 10,00 15,00 ' twelve months, ' six months, renewable to nvprne not more than onee a week 12,00 20,(X) 5,00 t,tiO 1 do ' " twelvemonths. Each additional square for six mouths. do do do twelve monuis. No advertisements to be considered by the year un less specified on the manuscript, or previously agreed Urion between the parties. ' ." ' ' , Announcing candidates for office Si for each name in advance. .' All advertisement from transient persona to re paid in advance. r,- . Adverti.e:iir-nts. not marked on the copy lor specified number of insertions, will le continued one month, unbss sooner discontinued, anJ payment exacted accordingly. ' ' ' The privilege ot yearly advertisers will lc con fined to their regular l'UMnrs, arid II other t dver tiin"oUn t pertaining to their regular buainess as u-T fNl fl,r, to l paid extra - : . r " a lvertieninttrclnri'.abe insuuuions, tire comnni-s, w ard, township, any other public metf i and such like, to be charged hall price. Marriage and doaths inserted without charge. O'iJtuary notices and funeral invbaii n to be charg ed hall price. , ' ; ' " Regular advertisers nrvl all others sending conimu nicauonaor desiring notices designed to call attn tioii to fairs, vmrees, concerts; or any pub' ic enter tainments where chaws are in ide lor a ImiU'ince, all n.dice of privit associitions, every noii.-e de tune I tocnllaitonilui to prfvato rnu-r? u. ca.cu laTeJ or intended to promote individual interest, can only be iu-ertel witli the understanding that tno satuei tobe paid lor.) 1.1 bvetted in the editorial (which can only bi at ihe discretion of the editor) the sini j will be charged at tha rate of not less than 12 cents per hue- . . , , Knowing the above rttes to be liberal and mucli lesthm w'-harjjMinoihercttieiraml towns for sim ilar work, we mike known our intention tob guid ed hereafter by them; and to prevent any misunder tan ling, we deem it expedient to publish this on the i.i-i te pages of our paper for one month, . that ail i-rns m ly have an opportunity 0 making thcni ."lve acquainted with the rated bereatter to be enam el by m respectively. ., , .., W. C. PETEIIS A CO. MUSIC PUBLISHERS. ' ' ' No. 507 31:iin Street, Louisville, Ky, (EXC WC TO TUE HANK OF LoVIbVlU.r.) C! ST A N T I . Y on h a nd , dou M e a nd single Action llarj's, Mu-ioal lustru- men: oi every u., ..... r!.,-r, d.isic published Weekly-Music Unuid in I'iano Forte repaired and tuned to let, and sec-. cn I Inn I fmnos purrniseii, sold, oi esciiaii"eu. uerninaries siuv'ik'J villi .Viusic at a niH-rai ins- ouut. , mar -21 ly i. BANfOitTll J. L. T INFORTtT. J. DA.M'OIITII A SOX. WHOLESALE nEALERS IS FOREIGN ÄND DOMESTIC,, 1) LI Y r.OODS. . ?n. 4 14, Miin St. Loaiville, Kf. Im21 A. II JOSIW A' CO.. r odiico Dealers Sl Commission IJh'ts So. t'J front Street, St. Louis. . ' liijcrences: , Harrington, Hannah &. Co. Lk-ckIt!i & Uryr' t. Louis. Me lose Lnn lh. ) (1 w.r.ait,. ; Whitiiiore oct 2y Mathews r.ttch. ' J. H.IAU!Ii:C iV 0: ,( , -Agents ol" the . . i : B0::i.R33Ua MINING AN 3 MANUFACTUr.iri: CO WAVU just received . . ....r. 3000 dot. Cotton am, U'liich ilvey are authjiiz.1 to (.ell at IoaUvIU prices aRill times during the season. " ' ' ' .' The.e Yarns are of au excellent quality, and supe rior to most of the l'iitfcburs Lrands. Vlexft call and examine them. ' , ap Ö COIISIIUICIAI- HOTEL,. I.UVlsriLi.E AT. r.-w. uinu. iMtopir.Tou. ; fCrü.v.wsiie the Wasldngton Hall, jib street, be tween Main and. Market, marily ' ju.f inole. jr tmnvrio Q- wiileleu in(;m: a wiiecli:::. TTOIIN MVS AT LAW, Severs u:s ro nATTrr.t; 7"V & I-N JI F, Genrril ColLrtiott and liml , LVH Asr'nrv. Oince on First street; below Main.' - N. U IL Q. WuttLER, Notary Public. ocO tf lt. JOIIX T.'WALKKH. 1 PHYSICIAN ANDSUUt;i;tN. Oll'iceon Main Si reet. bet ween Second and Third, arid nearly opposite the Clerk's office, where he may at all times be lound unless absent onproicssionai bujhiiot. dec 23, '47-tf . ITi:iICAL. GI'J). U.vWALKi:il, Vhn-nrinn llx Ai Srff-i,"OIIice on rrst street between Locust and Walnut, in the oiHce iornierly qccupiej by Hrs. Trafton and Weever. ..- aus 10 i:DICAI-I)R.C.S. WELVKU,(of thelat 1J tirm of Trafton &. Weever,) Ph)ician and Sure frpon. ot'ice on the corner of First and Vine streets- a f w doors above the Lxchange hotel aug 2 jars r. TiTwe. ! :.: ; . , . oiu. lURvr.v rn,YIi)li HARVF.Y. Commio nud l'r- uvir.in Merrhiint. Waterpt.. F.vaiisville, ladi ana. Have als a large, new wliarf-boat where S) ... . , . ' i . i" . I- , .... wilt receive andsiore ireigtitiree oi nraynz-.- rnu njiRRINfiTON.-.-ÜAAC A. CBANE C O'KII.tV -f AliKINGTDX. CKANC & O-RILLY, Ft- AjL vxxrding nud Commi$sifH. Jlercka (succea orM to HaiTinu'ttm, Hannah Zi, Co.) ater st op posite tho wharf toats. eP6 INDIANA HALL IJr'A. iratiDoItl. Kill' This Hotel is situated at the toot of Divi-ioti Uimtrt. o.i v.isite the steamboat landing. Char ges moderate and accommodation. excellent, my IP .iia . ' Tnos. t. garvi.n r KF.'n A- C. VRYIX. Allonrs3 at L-tw. Kvans AJ ville,ia. Olbcein theCpurt House. aep3 M6. 1 AMES 0. JONES, Atlornty at Zar, .Office on J First street, below Maui ap-JtL A MF-. M. HARPER. Attorney at I.aw, otHce on 1st street above main. Üy 23J T01W J CUAXDLEIt. Attorney at Law-Olli ) on u lwen Main and Sycamore. ap2o M f.dicaIj jnnx n. wn:ox. j"Äciit a Unreron. First st.. almve Mam. Lvansville. ap2i) v T wicfioHer,.iain,auoori;oniDecoiiusua HL'tiG, llouwe Carpenters and Joined ,m street htwen Sycamore and Vin ap,25ff ALEXAIVOEIt EAEUIIMN. rv r. Wholesale and Retnil ivSAil Groenv. Iron. Noil, Tin m.7-daU(t Sheet Iron Store. . UWTEli STKKKT. EVANSYiLLi:. IMHA.NA. "T TTK leave to call the attention of merchants, f V Trader, and Farmers generally, throughout the Wabash country, Illinois, and the .Southern por tion ol Kentucky, to our large nud very, general Stock of Groceries, Iron,. Nails, Tin Hate, Copper, Wire, Axo, Cotton Yarn and Domestic Ma,'' tared Article. Which we -offer for sale at very re duceil prices for Cash or Trod uce. ' ' j The bead of . the house residing i:i Tittsbur;!'., will enable us to le regularly supplied wiiii all nrtich-s in ourJin. Dealers and country merchants need not travel lieVoud Kvansville for a supply of all articles they may need, and they would consult their interest ! '. !v giving us. a can, ns wo are Gcicniuiicu 10 im nti tfiare ot puhjio ipmrouago. ,-.Tho buatne?i. will be conducted by .', , JAMES LAUr.IIMN, St. lör Feathers, Hides, .'lillow, I;ceswax, anl nil kinds oi J'roduce purchased at the biihett market I price.. "' may 4, '47-tf , TAYLOll HALL. - JNO.'iL AIT refctfidly informs thefjitj :tuLlic2 nirilllv thai he ha leased for u ' ''t u rm i ye.irs, tlie well known taveni t-tund in i.v- J ansville'tornierlf kept ty . l!hram, ami lately by ; Uenj Nurre. The hu hn t'en thoroughly re-j paired, o:td handwintly littitl up with entire new fur-j niture, and luoet tiwj travelling public who may fa- j vor him with a call, may rest asiured i hat tFn ir corn- tort and cunveitn'iicj will meet with every attention His Table will always l! upphed w nil ttiefw st! tiial the market uiuriH, una ihj mr lurnisiu d witn UiechoitxVJui.Mi.carfiulIy wivcuja by aa cxjin-: euced hand. , - , . I , Attached to toe Ila.I, and immediately on the Tuhlic .Square, are asFtable?, acknowledged by alt ( vj e me in o.i p;ni-i'iu! aim cuavritniii in uiu nuif. nirV-V, 1847 lt. J.NÜ.M. AVt sncitwoou hüusi:. rtnsT sxurrr, EVANsvu.ui, i.ndia.na THII nnderiigned having become proprietors of the nlove well known estiibli.-hnietit.' i Ii i 1. 1 : XiiiSL- leave to oiler their services to tlio public rind to i solicit a bare of patronage. 'i'luy hope ti Ui able to ' Continue tiiiuc the Uvorabie consideration the House Km. heretofore tnioyed under the managenient of Mr. Sherw.wMl. No exertions will be spared to give unt- -eTal satiMaetnm to all. I h 1 able will tie abundantly fun Mifd and - the and tie liar rooms kept clean and neat. Charge as ln'retolore moderate ; nov -Iff . lLTi:ii Lt'ltK. rniVATi: iJo.isi)i. hot sr. ' TIIF undersigned hns )jHied a irivate i Iiiar.liirg llouse'in the Uric Ihiihiiricon Wa '$3 lb Ur St..-vi, above M.-iio, known a the Wheel er Jluu.se. Aiy oinectia uk. cj a iivMi. e jor tue ac- coi'imoxatioii oi i.eiiueinrn prniciitfi.iy. i nere are. !ati')ii of tieiitlenirn pnncii t L.iti.Mt'n. ' tlmtrt A. f.t.ir Viirv i.btC',rit rnnni. f. . I-it - III'AIHU ill L. ..-ti... ...-'ill.-' ... ...t "- .7',,". 1 ' 'T ""T r passed by any iu the city. Nov lilt ... A.FAnX.VOIiTII M. o. nioü; D. OIIIcp Corner of Main and IMne Streets, ' -j- ' ' . ' ST. LMTI., MPSOtRI. ß J ) ( CT . C i K ) hi .t en 1 1 t h i ae it u o w ler I gc- '-nen;i. t6 his mimrroiih pair. -lie tor the tfoii- . "-', - Jideiice repoi-ijil in hi.- -Uill n:d abi ity in the important and critical department of the proles sioii. to win. h Iif c ia'.inneto di vote his attention', viz: the diseases f the 11VK niht I' All. Having devoted the a-t tigern years to t!io tudy and prac tice in thii branch of :u 'i'ica science, Ii' tWU assur ed that in evf i the mo.-i in e:era'e eaca be can ac complish a permanantand sate' eure. Hi m(ccc.s heretotore warrants tl.ijdejrrc ot conHlcticc in any cafe that may be presumed. Person who are unfor innately ali'-icted wirh disea.-c ot t i'.lier ttie LYC or the KA U, a;r invited to call anil seek relief P lldA-wly.: ... ' ' , '' ; ; , tTIXKIfH Cnnntlinii Ye rniifnye Thebes: V retnedy ever yet; ducoyered. fur ull kinds ol Wt)iMS, it not in. ly dctreVH Worm? and invigo rates the whob'-j-ysu in, tmtlt iPi-sidves ftndc.triieSo(i' the superarHlnd.ltit--srlirit6 or ftmrcs, so prevalent in the stomach and bow-els of children, more epeeilly those. in bad health. .' lie mucus, tornu il.e td or ncJ Iftw hich worm prndu-e their young, and by rd moveing it,U is impossible for worms torejnain iu the Uxly. It Ubarnihiu its tliects y thesteni,atul the health of the pntu nts is alway s improved by it use, "even 'when r.r' wöirr. f.r dlse'otied; tli enK-d-cine Uing palatable, r.o child will refuse l take is not even tue most dt licate., ftrl'repared by JOHN WINEll CO., No. 83 Maiden Lane. ew ork. tsohl w holesale and re tail, by J. WnlüHT, Ceneral Agent for t!ie Siuib . ...... . . , , ami et, i-i v.nurirej'ireei, iew KTO. dy Airentä in l.vausviüe, marVVS-y v. .A Id .! V? IM i ' iriCIJICAL "OA KD.' J. I. S I I.NStN, would respectfully inform bis friends and- tiie uublic thai tie has located himself in the 'city .of Lvansville. where lie intends devoiio his attc'.uion to thepnetise of Medicine and urcery. - In tepderi ig his. tervi'.-es tA tne public in lbisei.r.city he jled himself toa'tend promptly and laithtully to iii .se who may fivor him vvita thtr ror.ridenee. and t-.e tnisf t!nt the oirwirtunitie which lie hns enjoyed tor aeoviring a Meuicat l.uu- cauoa wiupe a sHiiiicieiu guarantee to uis uu-nosai least of his capabilities to discharge sticcesslully the importahl ilatiHg of hM profession.- . tMlicc w ith Ur. 1. lj;,laycyeiv w;re. lt.c mi found at all times unless profuioiplly absmt. ' aag 10 dvVwly. 1 ' '" o.. .. . . f JjlG.V, BAni and PA.CV : --PAINTING. ! GEO. O: W ALK Ell bflgs leave to offer hi-, see vices to hin. friendi?. cituens of Kvansvilb .01111 vhiaity.ns a Sign, IJaaner ami raucy Pain ter, lie, has itiit returned liome Ironi Cincinnati where he served in oiw of thtest simp and indor the eycKif an accomplished master, of bis.rfofcstion, and has cotuuu need busiuest pr bim.-ejl,. tru.-ting to the encouragement of old' friends arid n gf neruus outvie.' and determined by cl . application to Mtiil lurvuer perlect. hinuell 1:1 the art-, lhos having work to do, are respccttully invited to cad and co.i- suit w ith him. , ',.,,.' I - Shop on MainStroet,ovcr.Mr. V, ra. Hughes otorc,; entrance on Si conjurer:.. ........ . ; ; Prompt attention will 1 given to all orders irom Terms liberal. oct 23 tf ' 1 VI - PAINTZKO. SF. W1LI.SLV would return his .thanks to bis frituds. and tha citizens in general. I A for past favors, and hope- by close attention , A I ' to business to rierit a liberal t-hare of tlie pub- I tic natronarre. 1 hose havina work in my line 1 will do well to live me a call, as I intend to Tj work cliea)er tlian tne clietpest ann a qoini as 1 1 the bebt. AJl orders left with J. C. llebe.rd or N , P,G:0'lliIey w iilreceiv; proi.ipt attention fepl?,iitin. ' . ... A CAItD. TIIEunilcrsigneJ having purchased the i:it.rc6t t t S. C. Jolmson in the Livery Stable, tenders hi services to the public and solicit a contimi-o i m His staSle is at the old stand on Vine street, between the Johnson House and the river, ! where he can at an uraes w ioumu, rem. iuu. upon tha public. He intends to keep good stock, and his charges fchail be in accordance wnh the iiiiies ott7-& JA.MhS UH11K . mm. . . - '.. .1 "" Ujtj " L ""Tal patronage, would respectfully inhirrn the citi?.pn6of i;Vfinsviiie and vicinity, that ho has just received his new and splendid stock ot Jtw tLRv, Waith ks; and Clocks, which he will pell nt regular Cincinnati prices, his stock con.sit?in part o!: FinotJolJ and ilxcr Icvcr Watchc?; A splendid assortment newest style ladies Coral HreasTpiiit; Karins:. Fingerrings Slc; . (iold (juard and Fob Chains; Miniature cases, and IiOckets; , Hue .Mourning Pins, Uraceltt Clasp?; : CJuard Keys, Collar l.attons, and tuds; " A larjjeKelection of Ciuld PeneiU wiili and without pen?; A large lot ot baylcy'a best Gold Ttua with and without holders; Kilver Table and Tea Spoons; ' ( Silver Thimblos: Lvery description of Steel Trimmings; Steel Iteads and TurMs hilki-; .. J-'ine Fatia, Accordions; ... Solar Suspending and 1'arlor Lamps; Ciraiidolts iVc; ' l'very I Scriprion Silver and common Spectacles Uno po-ket Knives A.c.; 1 I low Fine French Mantle Chx-kf; to which he would call the attention of those wish ing to purchase. Ladies are invited tu call ami ex amine for themselves. J. I,. UlTTIiOLl F. ap 13 ' .Main Street between First and Second; saddm:, iiakm:.ss aad tiu;k , IÄAIXUPAOTORY. J. V. KLIJOTT. (SuccfS Ny ir W.M.A-J. l fJUott ) will continue the above bnf'inws nt the old stand. Main Street, liVansville. Ilowill always keep on han! a constant eupply of Sad-ilet, Uridles, Trunks, &e.&c. of the leM workmanship, which he tli-rs at wholesale tr it tail at tlw. luvtest nrieeü. - .: r--- . j- greai vaueiy.or trimmings useu nyoai dlers, Harness-makers, and Trunk .Mannfacturt rs. In addition to my lonner stock of materials 1 have just received a very large and general assort tntnt ot . . . ... Saddle 1 rees, cl ail kinds. Skirting, Harness and Hi idle Leather; . ' Hog skin t-eating; Calf skin do; ' Flash do. every variety; . Üriilleoitts and U.ickk-s, all kinds; Stirrup Irons, &c, Ac. i , Ki liiig, Uugy and Wagon Whips, Togrllirrwiiht.il articles in my line; at wholesale md retail. ' - Persons dealing in the alwve articles will find it to tlieir advatuage to call audi xomiiic my fctock,' All orders promptly attended to at the tdmrtcst n tice. tmayyiyl J. P. IjLLlUTT ew1jöüi1s!"1 (iüiiDin I US'P rcceiveJ by JOHN SlIANKf.IN, corner o J IxK-ust and Wuterstreet, Lvaiioviiie; lOOl'ack cgef, coiting in part til the following articles, vi fH) pieces prints of the nrwest nyfe. 15 bales brow it t-htx.'tings, '' , "0 pieces ied Flannels,' . 20 " White" do 20 " " Canton do, ' . ' M ' " lied Tick. J5 eies Hoot and Shoes, ' ltUoieix's bleached Sliirtings, 20 pairs Large Plaiikets, lilue and Oreen Mackinaw do, ISboxts Uatj and Caps, assorted, CO doeti Hosiery, iutinet, Ckif-tiimerp and Jeans, liatna Vi.sta C as.-inu re; . - Paramatta und Cuburgh Cloths. Calilornia I'lnul-, t. rlinuren, M. do Jnins, Alpaccas of every .variety. Wool Cloakiogs, 5 pieces tiro l)v Ulurte Silks. Also, Linen Cambric Hdk'iM. far.ry and DIack Silk do. A large assortment uf thawl. from 50 els,, to s,oa, . : ... All kinds of Produce taken in exchange. " dccSItttf ', ' - CRAWFORD BELL, VVUUiJtiÖ SALS AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, I ' MAIN STj;r.KT, rA'AiWUIA), JiXDIAA'A HA? now in store and dni.y ri ci iving his Spring ti; ply of Urugt M Itrtttcr, J'aint ,(i., Dyi &:J, Siee, 1, J'rrnvtiry. WimUno Uta, OuiASwurt , Vamisi, Vnititnud I imiA Uru!its, Ac. kc. My stock is one of the largest and most com plete eer be tore ottered in tins marKct, comprising ultiioid every artit-le in my line, selected hy nijx u with rreat care in resrard to the ' best oualities, nud purchased directly tfom lirst hands and on the best unii- by which means 1 am enabled to seil at us low a rate aa any other House in this part of the country Uealersare respostfuUy rcmested to call and eiaiiiiiie my stock before purchasing rlscwherc. nndthoc who cannot do so, by sen'ir:! tlir 'orders shall have tin oil 1!) person. , . ' , . . i My slock consists, in part, of the fo'Iowini . 3iH) oi Sulp Quinine; 150 lbs Chrouio Vtl'ow; 15 oz In line; J 10 b! Is '1 aiuiers" (.)il ; ; ltH ot Hy'd i'otasso, ) 5'do Linsex-I do; ' W 02 Pcpcrir.c: ' " 7 5 'do pure Castor Oil; 20 ot Itllarkt ret ip t;' 10 do Spirit 1 urien J.0 lbs Lruui Aloe tiuiil tine: J.V) do Assal'etiao; 5 do Copal 'Varnish; 5 tlo ' Ali.hol; lo do dppe ras: 5 do Alum; . .lr 200 boxe I lottlcs and Vinlf; lOO do WinJow Glasn; 5 Carboys Oil Vitriol; i.T0 do Pulv Khubarb; do do Jalnpo; 13 Mils Sulphur; : ' 5 do Brimstone; . 300 lbs Sott lndi'o; 1JU0 do tine. Madder; COO ' do Nittmrgs; ' 300 do Cl-ives; " '100 mats Cinnamon;. 200 lbs Calomel; 500 do Cream Tartar; t 10 bbU sp. Whiting; : 10 do do Urown; 10 d. V. Ited; 150 lbs Chronic treenj ( 6 do NitrieÄi Mh ' riatic Acic; (1500 lbs Salaeratus; . (lOlX) do Ked Ixau;. I 'J(H) do Litharge; , 10 baxrs James' River ) T)bneeo; . 150 kegs Whiuj Lead.! 100 00 Itins t.reeu;. j . . r ftCrtiwg, '.Vixw, I-itlhcrf, and Btrtitax ti leoa.i or in ravment ot ibbtsduemc. At 11 ut tue Mattest mark.ei rrue in exchange lor a N ß All lv,rsn:J iJbted to the tirm ofV:ft C Hell will please settle up as joon as possible, either note or otherwise, asihe firm has been dis?oived sm-e the 23d of Auirust lat. . . 1 r MS.tf. " CRAV.'FORD HELL. ntlNTS, DfJ.MKSTICS, DItILLI VCS. JUS Preeeived by wreaintre Wyoming uu Ger mant wn,. IS bales 1-4 heavy and fine domestic 2 '7-8 " Drilling; ' "" ' Also. Prints and other goo-Js, the firft trrivals o my Fall stock. IsepH) - . AI. W. F STLIL SUGAR and MOLASCS. 100 Hh lsXew Orleans Sugar; 250 lilils do do Mola.-scs; 40 I do do 25 Elds Sugar do do; . House Molasses folka brand; 25 1 libls do For sale by ap 25 do do do do. A. LAFGIILLW Water street. REMOVAL. OLIYEft LAIM), will remove his Ftock of goods to thf new three story brick on Mains treet, in about ten days, w here l.ta old customers arc invited to call m him. tep 23 mm Star Clothing Store. Corner IXaia and Xir&t St. Svansvillc. VGU.Mf'LU'l S, wxuld intonn his friends and . the public in general, that he has lately com menced theCLOTlllKK UUMNE5S in his spacious brick building on the corner of Main and First streets, CvatiRville. Ind., where he intends to keep constantly on hand a large and well assorted tock of tathiou lo and plain w.a4)natlc ..... Custom Heady IZad e ' Ti At Wholesale und itctail, ' His safe rooms being the largest and most commo dious in the City, and tus present stock of ' WIJV'JTU CLOTISITtG, Hting Fresh and XVeM'. made up in tlie latent im proved Fathtons he can oiler much great r induce ments for thoe in want of Clotßn j tind Furnishing tloods, to purchase of him, than crm le found at any other place in the Slate. He procure his Cloihs at very large quantities, and mostly lor Cns-b, which gives him an advantage over thos who purchase in small quautius hence Üie rea.son he can undersell alibis would be, competitors. His Stock now con sists of OVER COATS, Made up from all the various kinds of Cloths now in use apart of which ore nice Urown,'Ulue, snd l!ue lilac., hesvy ltroadcloth. Also lilue, lrab. and lliown, Ueaver and Ulanket Cioihs Also. Pilot, Twed and Satinet adopt .'d to all kinds et 1 us ires Heavy Frock and Sacks, an article" which every business and laboring man will tind just the thing for his com tort. They are made up from l he beta Styles ol Cloths for service, he can tind in the mars ket, and warranted to give good nati faction. Dres and Frock Coats, in jjreat abundance, made from Cermn. Frtnch, Fnglish and American Cloths, el all color usually w orn, w hich w ill be found in the atest style of cut. and Finish. A few thousand iie ces of . . . PANTAU)O.NS, New and nice, made from Illue.'Clue B'nrlt, and Illack Cassimeres, as poot - as can be found at the Tailor's. Abo, all kinds of Doeskin, Satinet, and Satin Vests, of the most choice Patterns. Also liojr Clothing, under Shirts and Prautrs, and a lare aV sortmeiit ot Caps of alt kinds, adapted to F ol aim Winter wear. Furnishing God lor Cuntss-uch u line white Shirts of all kinds. Also Haiiihoi'' Stripe, Twilled Stripe, and plain w hitoShirts, Idnei lioi ins and Collars, Llaek ui Fancy Silk Cr v.jt Wotdeii Sock, Suspenders, (.loves. Stocks, i'tllf llandkrrchii ls,Overalls,L'Dibrellas,tIretn Sptiicr Prunka, Sec. oct. $)-:f Cincinnati Clothing Store, v2J Nst loor to C. IJclI, Druggivt, Jr4' & MA IX ST.,i:VASSVlLLU lA.Zzjfc TT AlILCKINC Ax lIHU.M.llKXt 3 j If .-vVtl just received from ' their Manufactory 'in I JLl. Cincinnati, the latest Sew YorWuybiof -j -.- FALL AND NVLNTLii CLOTtiLNG, . All ot w iiicn are made and trimmod in tlie bct man ner under their direction expressly for this market, and consists of every article requisite; to complete gentlemen's wardrobes. " - '- - - - . 1 . COATS. . Superior Black and lilue French and English Cloti: Dress, Frock and Sack Coals, lull trimmed - Cassimeret, Urown, lireen and Cray, and all col ors of Tweed Urcss, Sack and Frock Coats. - Mack Summer Cloth, Lutfre and Croton Cloth Die?s, Frock and Sack, Urown Linen and Linen Check, and tiinghnin Coats. . Every variety of Coats l'oatc;s aud itoundabouts. ALSO Ü lank nr coats: ' PANTAUKS. Surx-rior Claek and Blue Cloth and Cassimere Pant.. Fancy trench Cassimere do. Llnck. Lustre, Hrown Linen, Linen Ch'-ck, Tweed pnd; Corduroy Pants, of every variety and prico to suit customers; Vi:s i ' D'ik Satin - plain ami limey Silk nnfl .Velvc .' w hite M art illes and Marstillea jf all colors, and kinds of common vetits nmt price. ' rifit.MsiiLx; ,;ood.s. .'r3 'All tlie late rryles of plainVo 'iZyKwl nd fancy tdlk and isatin Cr a rS3s5vaLvöca''f rdidfctocks; uhitcULv silk and ailvoloit, l'ocket Handkerchiefs; Linen aud Linen Ihisoih shirts: Muslin and l auuel do.; Flan nel and is'et ut'der thirts and Draws; Shirt Col lars; Fasliionalilc lkavrr, kid,' thread and cotton Olovei; embroidered and plain gism suspenders- silk, cingliani and cotton L'm!rella; silk Hat; Caps; Ü'jots, Shoi s; walking canes, iScc. . :. All the a!ovc articles and everything else, in the rurnishiug line wi!l bwtold at Cincinnati prices for ;asil -' '.'."'' We shall continue to receive fresh supplies weekly during the reason from our Manufactory in Cinciu nati. . ap 4-tf AllLLJtLNti cc lilt LMM EK. Western C lothing Store , Next doer to G. Vcrintvtari 's Hope Store. " Water Strret, Ihansrillr, "In. ;;. n v it it u Ttisgii it v co. HAYE just received from tneir Manufactory in Cincinnati, a larjre assortment ol readn matlc fashionable clothing, suitable for all sea sonsot the year, all ot which are made mid trimmed in-the best mannerunder their direction, cspresslyfonhis market, ami consists ol every article reqursiw corn plerc -gentlemen's wardrobes . superijr, .biack and lllue l.remh and English cbuh d sse's,'' Jrock and ?ack coats, lull trimmed.' ljiue and blach Satnct frock and eack "cost4, Cashmeret-,' Lrown, ''ireeo, gray and black, and all eollorsuf tweed,, stck.. frock and dres coats, every variety of coats, owdtes and rouudaliouts, superior black and blu cloths and cae simtre pants. fancy French cassimere do., 1'iuo and black and cray and striped sarir.et pants and cordu roy pants of all colors and prices. Llaek tatin, rlaiu and fancy silk; velvtt casunere, and Mitir.tt vests, and all colors and kinds ot common vests at varlotta prices. . , . - . . . i ; All the late stvles of plain and far.ev tllk and ratln Cravau, Scarfs and stocks; w hile f-ilk and all colors Pocket Hnndkerchiets; Lim n and luen bosom shirt Muslin and 1 Innneldo ;r lar.ncl and Net undershirts and Diaws; Shirt Collars; ilea vr, kid, thread an cotton Gloves; embroidered and plain gum sus.h ii ders; filk, cinhaia and cotton Umbrellas; Silk Hau Cap?: Hoots; shoes: walktnc canCs.Mtcv 1 ;' ' '' All theabove articles and everything elso in the fnrnicbirT lm will lrf bold at 4 "J ni'lnn I i .iriv.a ll.i CASH. , J -i -. ' ' . : j i r : ' .V.'e fhall continue to receive fresh supplies ww k ly during th' season from our Minufactory in Cinciu nati.- ' (aug BRUMM EU, (c CO . . : . Cityf clotliinfj; Store,. No 24 Main street, Eianstille. Ind. TIILsubscrilxr has just received a very Iare and ..... -i ..i. . u: hjiienuiu Bioen oi iauiuiiaui3 ; , . j -FALL AX D W LN I Eli. CLOTHING, . oftiie latest styles and fashions, comprising agener al asrortnient ol Coats ot every description; Panta loons of all sizes, qualities and colors; V tts ol every grade and color. .Abo a very general assortment of scansonable Furnifchir.g Goods. His stock of Win er Clothing is unsurpassed by any boufeinthe city, and respectfully requests lhat the citizens of the city and country should give him a call belore purchas ing elsewhere, and examine his stock and prices. SCrliemctnber IVo. 21 Mein Hrett" 7 . :t 21. : : A C Alt. TIIK undersigned would respenfutlv inform the ci'izens of Lvansville and vicinity," that he has re-opened his tliupon Main street, oonosite the Bank. I where he intends carrying on tliol oiloring lKisine-3 in a lew oi its orancnes. i nose wiitimg to ea:pIoy him w ill f.nd him on hand during business tours. . Fepl 1 - WM.' HOLDEN. . PETE COTT, Taimer, Eiclicrge Hotel jyin 3IUTIIAL KE.MU IT LIFE 11MVUAKCI2 COMPANY. " THISinstitution isdistingm othus, at hoaie or a boad, Ly a!!, or more, it lilt fill f.iu- inir - "Ö r.vi..i,iK3 I. Y tiwte the Premium are nvrr cVi : it only one cpuarter partin cath, instead ot the whole. 2. It allows the assured to pay yearly, ouarterly, monthly or v.eeklv. 1 ' 3. No part of the profits are withheld, or divert ed trom the assured, either in charity orotherwise. 4. It ha3 no Uin filler nnmin.l .l . - latertst for, having a , uliicient capital funded, from premiums received.. d. i lie assured can withdraw his profits, or have them to accumulate, ytor by year, at his option. ... ii awu.es io uiv uge oi i, lusiead ol storpinrr CO. ... .r at 7. It declares the nrnftta venrlv in.in.J r. in . I --. j .j , .... uu v. niiiv Ha live or seven vcars. and is.vt:i . k.-ii. vnri a sured.bcariii!? 6 ncr cent iniere&i u bb-t. deemed in cisidi, w hen tho profits amounted to VZW. iw, ur unoweu io accumulate, at ibe option ot th CU I ITU. 8. lteiiablraa man ia tvaviIa fr l ie 4 ilC lilt children in such a way, Lhat although he may los every thing, they ate sale; and alt persons, w hether married or unmarried, to provide tor Old Age, s-kk- V. The Assured Can Miriender the rwdir trw time, after Uie firtt year, and receive its cqui'able 10. "At any tim after tli firct .1, a x j - - - - - ...... jui, I j j c li r; vi can borrow on the scrip issued, two-thirds ol its a- moum, to mat i:e üas notjiing to tear Iroru a chinge ot eircunista'nccs, or in.it ility to pay the premium. 11. Directors and Othcers are chosen ) early; and tho Assured votes according to his intirt t. 12. The.iiindsare all invested in United States, New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts sunks) and in KcaJ Estate in Aevu .York ami New Jersey, w holly unincumbered, and of double the value loan ed. - : ' ..... 13. It pays no Directors, no Auditors, no Solici tors. It ler.ds munry to neither. H. It does not reckn-the Appnred a year older tlian he is but Irom bix months less to six months more, bo as to equalize the estimate between all par ties. - .15. Thmte are lower, theeipenses less, and thu profits largt r, than with Foreign Oiliccs; inves'nu uis here viehiin? from 6 to 7 C3 - I - -- ---- ouu kh.ij ITI eeht. to tay notiurg 1 33 J-3pertiu resened; nor oi iDit-rosi aiiow (i to mote w ho Iurni; h a "guaran U.Q caotfal." at the rate nf ft rrr rr.nl k.. tired pound eubbcxibcd, for every ten pouuds paid in ' . . .... . iiiixau lion 19 taken M pn vent, a lorMttire of the policy. T 17. Tlie liability cl the Assured is limited by Law, to the amount of Ids premium note. . . AiiLLÄ u. iiALLUOK, Agent. M.J. Cray. M. D. Medic il Examiner. All tierson wishin" to iiiiLp inennno n ". own or on their friends LIV ES, will please call up on the ageii. in this City, Ollice on Main street near Water, and examine the terms and rates of the Company- ; ' je 16-ly FIItK k AniJEIXSUItACi:. "If there be. safety onhi in "-on zrrnriiit in order to be secure ice mast be safely Insured.' ! 11 hJN w;e bear of onr friends loosing their prop 1 t -rt v bv fire or ibitt il.n vku.I mi u l..i, ,1,.. I - - J 1 . - - .- w.. w. itjv.il lid , made j-liinrnent ol I'roflnrp np Mfr Inn.lio ; u.. . u . tirsfqnestion w-ask iswereyon insured?' Now if wo f....l ..aU .Hint... ! t ll . m ivvrjv.ii uuujLt iesi in me wenarcoiour rnends, how can r.nv onerik lbf rlnnrrera Hint nm -r.;.....li.. - j - " " . ' I . L J 1 1 U .1 1 1 2, ill- rounding hi own property withoi being able at any ...iiv. f ana o i.ii; ij.iLauujj ii ;ui IO IllOlseil, 108 I nm Insiirid " The Camden Insurance Company of "e-rr jeii-cjj eumaneinsuranceon liuildms. House- l. I .1 i" :.. lt i r .. .7'. "viu luwiiiiire auu jercuanuize.or all kmdj -alo upon shipiwnt of Produce and Mereandize, on boad otStram Uoats, Sailing Vrswls, Canal, Keel and Flat Loats. at a fair valuation nnd nt ii. ol 1'rcniiuio, and, in case ot loss, as wxin as the claim caiiucpruptTiynujusiea nry over tne same. .. . ALLEiN C.HALL0CK, J A rrnnt Ollice on Main at., nca' Water, Eva '.sville, la. mar 9 VlNSÜRAACK NOTICE. ' THE undcrbigncd as agent ' for the Col. umbus Ohio Insurance Company, is prepar ed tO take rLks on on sbinmeiirn.O X'.rrhmry dize. Produce, &c, lrom And to any part" of ths IT States by cream nnd sailing vessels, steam, tanal keel Mnd llat boats, also upon buildings, merchandize t'.irniturc.&c, on most reasonable terms ' The high reputation which this Company tears fo its ability, liberality and promptness in (adjusting loa ses, entitles it to tho confidence and patronage of th public. ISA AC A . CK A 2s E, A g't . SELECT SCHOOLS. rphc Male Academy and Female Scniinn J ry will Deo volente, commence their l nli Ses sions the brfct Monday in September. . "The school-year consists of two sessions of 22 weeks eBdi; the tuition payable quarterly cs hereto fore. Fupiis can commence atany time, though it is exceedingly desirable and important that thty er.ier at the beginning of ihe term.' when subjects ol study are begun and clashes organized lor the Session. No pupil w ill be received lor a less time than half a Session'. Deduction" wiil be made lor absence in case of protracted iilnee. The Seminary comprises two departments, Ff.i iU ay anil AtAUiMiciu occupying distinct yet 'contigu ous apartments, being unucr 011 general suntrvuion, and'conslitutingtn reality but onesclioo!; tin Ftudirs of ihe l'jimary leparrnient being preparatory to the more advanced ones ot the Academical coure.v "" ThaAci deinicalDcpannicnt is arranged into three classes, eiiaracterited by . tlie brtncbeo studieii by them resp;tively, arl detioniiaatcd lor convenience take, the-Junior, Middle and fcenior Clai-ses. ' Jr.Mot? Srrrtrs-f Arithmetic. Geography, Ancient and Modern History. Kng. Grammar, Watts ' on the Mind, and .Natural Philosophy.. 1 .....1; MirpLB Cmss - Arithmetic (Unbilled,) Algebra, Natural History, Cot any,, Chemistry, Astronomy, Anatomy, t Physiology ' "... SExionCL.ss Algebra (finisher!. Geometry Men tal and Moral yhilohoj.hy-, Rhetoric, lgic, Isataral Tlieology and Lvwienerw ofChrüJiauiiyj i.'a i ; Tho aKive coons the inoroconui.e-B, nnd in cur judgment o:ie which should, in ii gtneral outlines, be pursued by those desiring a sytUmatic and thor ough education. ' 4 - . ' I lie Male Academy; designed more narticnlarly for those studying the classics, -nnd higher Logliati branches, will be conducted on tlie frame plan and terms as curing the past year. Vocal Mcsic A course f forty lessons, (two each week) will be given oiu of school hours, on the ele menrary principles of Vocal music, for those who are nf membors ot the day schdoi as well as for : thoa wtio arc. Those who nave never ttudijd nmt-ic as a science, w ill find the ronrse adapfed to them. EXPKNSES. Board and washing in the heat oi private . tamiliesT perwoek,... -61,50 to I 75 Tuition in Seminary, Primary - Department i per qunrtert - 3 CO , . t Academical . "4 CO to 5 00 English Branches and French or Latin-.- 1 00 Vocal Music, lor the course, 2 00 Isont-onthe FiarroOO; as of instrument for practice? 00 per quarter. . , . . M- W SAFFORD, vi, Principal, Evansville, Aug 1, IZ48. . Addlxe i. Encctiraged by thff increaHnff ' patrcn age during the past year, we haTe at ny f rißinif ex pen", made arrasgements to add very nrcch to llie accomraoihtions cud Isci.u gof tlieecheolg, feeling and eseurance that our former ptrons,ar.d the iiirtins ot rjlucation ger.eraljy, willreypcr.a to cr cKlsfl?iv Ktilt rnor liberal fjurrcrrage. M.V.B. aug i7. 1 1 i ,1 . i i . 1 1.